^ " DEWBERRY. S. C_ FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 1916. TWICE A WEEK, IUI A YEAR.
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I The Vot
| The election on Tuesday passed off
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Sy quietly ana tn? reiurus 41c oiv
coming in. It may -be due to the
? number of candidates in the
ioas county positions to be filled.
is latest returns on Thursday acDted
for about 125,000 votes and
; includes about the total vote
;iere aeerns to be no dOu'bt that
epcoGd race will be ;be:weeo.
and Manning, ttiougli Blease
Bp to have pretty na.riy a majority
Hover all the candidates on the arst
running. According to t!*e figa res n
Bbe dail^* papers he lacks only abou:
HfcoC? votes of a majority over all the
Kn&dates for governor. It is a reKarkable
race that he Ji-as- made. The
K^ews and Courier gives -tie figures
Tara'-iAr'? as. fnlAWS V
Elease, Co,6-9; Cooper 28,201;
|mnning, 37,094. ?A- phone message
m Thursday afternoon from. Coluia- ;
Hs gave Blease about .61,000, Mann-J
B- 38,000; Cooper 25,000. These figKres
still give Blease a lead of tabou:
?0,(KK? or more.
Betiiea i& elected lieutenant govffnor;
Carter treasurer; Dove secreBiry
of State; a second race between
fcansier and Pant for railroad com bic-Tier.
ft i nes, Lever, Nicholls, Whaley,
k and Ragsdale reelected to conBp
In the third district ta second
for congress between Aiken and
Kinick with Dominick in the lead.
, B the race for " in this
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Ite for Oovernor
e in the County
circuit a second race will be run by
jKagill ana Blackwell.
Cooper admits iiis defeat and comes
out for .Manning for governor. He
says that he knows that be will nor.
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j iunuec'v.-e cause wno &u..tr?/ui oeu. aim uu..
feels that it is his duty to say ho he
The State of Thursday makes an
J appeal to partisanship and draws tiie
lines, or tries to do so, in the governor's
race. That will cut both ways.
! Some time back that sort of thing was
| frowned upon by The State and we
j i-re sorry to see the effort made to stir
up partisianship and draw factional
lines. It "will scarcely work at this
i It would be very remarkable if
i Blease should not win with the iarge
| lead -that 'he has-.
It has been difficult to get the re- }
turns for some reason. The official re- j
turn in Newberry -gives Blease 1.577; j
Cooper 384; Deschamps 3; Duncan 6; |
Manning 1272. The dai ly papers 05 j
rather The State and News and j
Courier have for two days been pub- j
listing figures giving -Manning a lead
in Newberry county. This makes a
tofcil in tliis race of 3,242 of which
1,673 would be a majority So Bl^e
lacks only 46 votes of a majority of
all the candidates for governor in
The table which The Herald and
News .prints is substantial}- correct but
some of the totals are not correct. We
did not get the report from the executive
committee in time to make the
Leading Candidate for Gc
Leads Congressman Aikei
The Next Coneress nan
changes but give here the totals in
several of the races as declared by
the committee which includes the vote
1 at the border toy the soldier ooys.
1 Cole L. Blease 1577
R. A. Cooper 384
John !V.\ DesChamps 3
J. T. Duncan 6
R I. Manning 1272
E. iC. L. Ad^ms 1323
A. J. Betl.ea 1905
VY . U\J > xvxxj
Geo. W. Wiglitman 1683
Carlton Iftl Sawyer 3227,
S. T. Carter : 1682
D. W. McLaurin 1526
W. W. Moore 3170 J
State Supt. Education:
J. E. Swearmgen 61W J
Thos. H. Peeples 31o2 i
E. .1. Witstr? 321J j
' Kailrrat! ( 'oner
Jas. Cansler 1031 !
Albert S. rant . 639:
G. McD. Hampton 11011
;T.\\ H. Keliey 357 i
\V. T. Thrower
Congress Third District: j
W-yatt 'Aiken 11611
A. H. Dasrali 203:
Fred FT. Dominick 1545
J. A. Kortcn 39 ;
H. C. Tillman 297 1
H S. Blackwell 277 j
B. V. Chapman 1954 j
Geo. T. Magill 754 j
T. Frank McOord 254 i
Alan Johnstone 1633
B. Boinest 1347
T. A. Dominick 1451
H. H. F.v^ns 1380
T -urm Fa.1L- 12S3
V\ T. Herbert <521 :
E. N. Kibler 1187 j:
ry 9? nn
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ingress irom imra uiscrici
n by One Thousand Votes,
i from the Third District.
Geo. S. Mower 113;
C. T. Wyche 123
Elbert f-T. Anil 151"
J. -S> Wneeler 42;
C M. Wilson 149(
Cannon G. Blease 215!M.
M. Bufora 1102
Clerk of Court:
J. C. Goggans 2544
F. \V. Higgins \ 725
J. F. Epting 960
E M. Lane 233
W. E. Pelham 299
C. C. Schumpert 1808
J. 2A. Bedenbaugk 505
J B. Halfacre 1181
R. Reid 390
Eugene S. Werts 1154
J B. Baker 4*6
J M. K. Bushardt 702
V,'. F. Ewart ...! 872
Vijn Smith 1185
J D. Quattlebaum 1191
K H. Rikard 1441
G. G. Sale 630
F M. Lindsay 222S I
C H. Ruff 1019.1
H M. Boozer 137S
J IC. Sample 1327
S. J. Cromer 1514
J W. Epting 1226
F. A. Graham 1445
L. C. Livingston 1740
Magistrates were elected as roilows:
Nos. I and 8?C. W. Douglas.
N"o. 2?C. H. Alewine.
No. 3?R. W. G lymph.
N"o. 4?"R. M. Aughtry.
5?"Riv rnnnor /
NTo. 6?J. H. Dorroih.
NTo. 7?W. P. Allen.
N'o. 9?B. B. Hair.
N'o. 10?P. B. Ellesor.
\-0. li?H. H. Ruff.
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' RICHARD I.
In Second Race With
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3 City Schools Will Open S^ptemljer b
i All the schools ol the Newberry city
system or schools, v.-?11 open on
. Monday morning. September is. There
will be some public exercises in connection
with the opening, announce>
n.enc of which will be made later.
The Superintendent, Dr. Kinard
i v.ill be in iii- cnice a; tiie High
school from September 13 to 16 for
the purpose of meeting all pupils
v.-hose classification is irregular, or
> who need to stand examination for
i any reason.
AH the teachers will meet the
; Superintendent at the High school at
4 :p. m., on Friday, September 15. |
This is a most important meeting and
every teacher is expected to be
' To The Voters In Townships Namber
1 and 8.
T <1pqirp tr> talrp fMs nf
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j thanking each, and every one of you I
for your magnificent support in the J
recent primary election, tand I sincere- I
ly thank you for the trust and conn- j
: dence reposed in me by electing me :
i Magistrate by such a handsome vote
j for said Township. desire, at this j
| time, to pledge to you and each oe j
! >ou. that I will honest! and taithjhilly,
' discharge the duties of said office;
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! without fear or favor. In rendering
| my decisions,- I shall not he biased for
| my friends or against those wh > j
j voted against me. but in each case I j
for said Township. I desire, at this j
dence. I will give my whole time an J j
attention to the duties of the office and !
ready to serve the public in the j
discharge of mv duties at any and all!
Chrjrlie W. Douglass
Card of Thanks. i
t nn'ha ?~ -rv*t- fr!on/1a f/\r f 1
1 tV UAIHIA'IV. mjr il ivuuu -.VA ??*v
handsome vote given me Tuesday and
ask them- to remember me again in
the second primary. Read 14 Chatpter 11
of first Corinthians, versea 34 and 35. 1
J. Wm. Polk. *
T>r Hakifitt r^lriwfell of rVuliniTLhia.
the guest of his .parents, Mr. rand Mrs. i
J. A. Caldwell. ^
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MANNING^" . <
Blease for Governor
To The Voters of 5ewberry County,
It appears- from, the returns that I
have been nominated for the third
I time in the Democratic Primary for
County Commissioner. [ wish to tilts
| my hat oif to my. friends *:io -fcava
mus again so loyauy siooa dv me. i
wish es-peeially co thank my friend.s at
;the cotton mills for the big vote
which they gave me. I shall continue
10 serve the best interests of mj
county as faithfhily in the future ua I
have in the past.
* ' Respectfully,
| L. Charlton Livingston.
A very delightful affair of the week
| was the 'picnic and straw ride given by
! the younger social set on Monday
e\ening. Tie party was chaperoned
Ly Mrs. H. H. Blease and Miss Gladys
Chap-pell. After a delightful ride over
town the happy buncfc enjoyed a picnic
dinner at the park. The- party included
about twenty-five couples.
Mr. Stone, the insurance agent who
has made a reputation traveling over
the state making political predictions.
is in Newberry. He says Ble^se will
'beat Manning in the second race.
Service a: Central Methodist oh.rch.
Sunday morning will be conduct-. "jy
the Rev. W. I. Herbert, <pres
elder, Cokesbury district. The pa 'ay:.
Rev. F. E. Dibble, will preach at
Rev. and tMrs. F. E. Dibble returned
yesterday from their trip to Washington.
Their friends are very glad t#
3ee them in (Newberry after their
Col. C. J. Purcell's many friends acd
>leased to eee him out again after hi*
ay_ui> from his recent serious acciient.
/NT) AC z
l??\ E. fi Cousins and family awe
noved ^rner of Harrington pad
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