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JL E. A ULL, EDITOR.
Friday, September 1, 2^" 6.
TOTE FOR FRED DOMJMCK. j
Ail the people of Newberry county j
"wiio <jan vote should get ready to cast
a vote for Fred Dominick for congress.
He*is leading in Anderson
county by a handsome Tote though
tksvt county had two of her own sons
In the running. He leads in Pickens
and wants only one hundred ani
#ftiv votps in Afthpville of riiTminr?
even with. Aiken in ihis own county.
Dominick has a lead over Aiken in the
district of nearly 1,000 votes someihing
no other candidate has ever
tad xwben Aiken had opposition.
T>ominick is going to be elected and
Newberry should show up well with
a -big majority. Newberry did well by
Chapman and she should do better
new lay Dominick as he has a fine op\
<portunity to win and in fact is go jig
to 'be a winner. That is the news that
comes from up the district. ,
>0 TRUTH IN IT.
The News and Courier carried a
special from Columbia on Thursday
in/regard to the failure of Congressman
Aiken to le his expense account
in -which it is stated;
"Fred H. Dominick, one of Con-.1
gressman Aiken's opponents, called at
the office of the secretary of State to day
and inquired about the account,
and this has laid the .grounds for the
supposition of a possible contest."
There is no truth in the statement
that Mr. Dominick called at the offi- 1
<ce of the secretary of State because
he was not in Columbia at all on
Wednesday. Mr. Aiken may not have
filed hi9 expense account. We do not
know about that.
There is no ground for the
"supposition*' that Mr. Dominick is
thinking about a contest. i>\5tn the
!e?^d that he has over Mr. Aiken there
is every right to conclude that the
"supposition" is that'lie will easily
"beat Mr. Aiken is the second primary
and that will be the only protest necessary
in the race.
falhy not be fair even if the election
is not going your way of wanting
ft to go?
And Sheriff Rector beat 'em in
Greenville. That is good, especially in
view of the kind of fight that had
been made on him.' There is a sense
o: fair play deep down in the human
breast and it will come out even If
. sometimes it is a little slow in exhibiting
Proctor Bonham is elected State
senator from fireenville bv such a
large majority that it is scarcely per- j
-ceptible that there was any opposition
We felt sure that the good sense 01
tlie Greenville people would manifest
itself and that he would be elected.
"We congratulate the people of Greenville
and wish Senator Bonham mighty
well. He is a fine fellow.
And Clint Summer, a Newberry j
toy and a fine fellow, is elected to i
the legislature from Anderson county 1
and the only one on the first ballot
to- get in. We are glad to see it.
And Sheriff Joe Ashley wins in An- J
derson after a hard fight and against
several opponents. "Well, he has made
a good sheriff and deserved a second
term and we are glad the Anderson
people are going to give it to him.
fW!as any one in the race against
Sam Nicholls in the fourth district?
Seems to us that -we heard something
of a little noise that made a feint like
it might he making an effort. Kne?v*
* 7V liiuf now" go 01'
and make a record for 'South Carolina. |
::: N ** ! .* ! r riir?r :n
o'.... ' ! pro 'ii' is diir. miiKes i;.o
; k'ii".s :.'ease :<i's; jopc-r 243; 'JesCraraps
o'; Duncan :j; Manning :>72.
Really the totals could easily have:
been secured and they tell a different
i tale. Why no: be fair? Forty-five |
precincts give: Blejse 1 ,f?74; Cooper
361: DesChamps 4: Duncan C; Mann-'
Xo good can come to any one by
misrepresenting the figures..
Good Looks are Easy
Look as good as your city cousins. No
matter if you do Tan or Freckle Magnolia
Balm will surely clear your skin instantly.
Heals Sunburn, too. Just put a little on
your foce and rub it off again before dry.
Simple and sure to please. Try a botde 1
to-day and begin the improvement at
once. White, Pink and Rose-Red Colors.
75 cents at Druggi&s or *oy mail dire&.
LYON MFC. CO., 40 So. StEa St, Brooklyn. N.Y.
If Its In The Drug \
YOU'LL FIND IT AT j
P. E. WAY'S
Newberry, South Carolina
Right Prices, Courteous Treatment.
Prescriptions our Specialty
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QflHID'C DescriptireFall I
nf 1IIIS ii Coaii rofolftflr
IIUUV V OOOU UQlQlUg
just issued, tells all about
Alfalfa and all
Crass and Clover
? Seeds for fall Planting.
Wood's Fall Seed Catalog also
gives full and complete Information
that can be planted to advantage
and profit in the late Summer and
Fall. It is altogether the most use- |
*??! owl volnahlA Pall Seed Catalo? i
Mailed free to Gardeners, Market
Growers and Farmers on request.
Write for it
T.W.WOOD & SONS, |
SEEDSMEN, - Richmond, Va. ||
SAVINGS BANK I:< THE SCHOOL
How many of the scnoois of the
South are teaching the savings habit j
through the instrumentality of tne j
savings bank in the school house? j
This practical departure in education j
is comon in the senools of the Nortn
and West, In one of \the New York
city school banks the children deposited
the sum $3,929 from February to
June, over 1,500 youthful bankers being
the customers. Every school in
the country ought to operate a savings
bank. It is the easiest and most
effective way of instilling the spirit of,
thrift into the mind of a child at a
time when it is most receptive of
ideas.?Charlotte Observer. j
ity Schools Will Open September 18. j
The city schools of Newberry will j
open on Monday morning, septemo&r i
li. The Superintendent^ Dr. Kinard.j
ill be in his office at the High school
on -S-ept ember 13, 14, 15 1C for the
pi rpcse of meeting a! pupils whose
| classification is irregular, or who
| need to stand examination for any;
i The tuit*'on rates for pupils who do
not reside in this school district are
as follows: $3.50 First, Second, Third
and Fourth grades; $2.50 Fifth, Sixth,
and Seventh grades; $3.00 High school.
These fees are payable in advance.
James P. Kinard,
Cans Ota Sons, Otter mweaes Wool rum.
The worst ca?M;tH>tpatter<yrfaPwTpftgi?te^t>g. |
are cured by fbe wonderful, old reliable Dr
Porter's Antiseptic Healing: Oil. It relieve
Pa:w vnd Keals at th* <~s.tr*. time. 25> . 5te.
\ t . . i: t'ri:- rip. .?
v.coi iv j.Ir. Ei W. \Verts as clerK
101 * v rubers oi t-.'j Pro.- tn'. iiy
box. and that he ruled Mr. -vY^rt.s out.
TLis is false. It was a misunderstanding
jciv, ocii An-. u ens aiivi Air. uj..sO:.
u.iU DomilliCn. Had lJOlilii'li
'.vn^isoever to uo wuii the cnunge oi
clfc-riic". Air. i^ominicK. clid swear in
l; e managers and clerk, dul ue kne\s
noting oi me misunderstanding an<l
should i v i ixi censured ior anotuer
W. T. Gibson^
K. K. Wise,
P. B. Mitchell,
R. CampDell Lake,
August 31, 1916.
To the (Voters of Newberry County.
in view of the fact that it will be
impossible for me to 3ee each one of
>cu personally, desire in this way to
thank you for the liberal support you
gave me in the Primury Aug. 29th.,
Begging your further liberal supTiOrt
in fhp SpfvmH Primarv iionr 11th
r ~ V" v- ~ J AAW1A f
1916 I am,
J. D. Quattlebaum,
Candidate for faster.
icard of thanks.
I wish to take this method of thanking
the i>eopIe of Newberry county, for
the handsome vote they gave me in
the first primary, and to assure theiu
that I will appreciate their vote and
support in the second primary Sept.
During my short term of office I
hi ve endeavored to give the tax payers
of this county tlie very best service
<?H>ssible, under existing- conditions,
and have spent largely of mv
personal funds to put the office in first
My campaign has been clean, and
on a high plane. I have made no aT.
t.aoks on any of my opponents. While
I do not possess, nor have I asked a
recommendation from the Comptrol'er
General, C. W. Sawyer. I do no:
think my opponent IMtr. E. S. Wert 3
; siould have waited until the eleventh
hour and published an undated letter
from a former Comptroller General,
Mr. A. W. Jones which was written a
little over four years ago. If I was
disposed,to do so I could no doubt get
a letter from Mr. Jones explaining
' why this letter was given.
Actions speak louder than words,
land you are cordially '"uited to iavestigate
my actions in office.
. J. B. Halfacre.
A CAiED OF THANES*
I take this method for thanking all
UlVfDC ?V11V gUVC 111C U1C11 S U^J^Vl t 1X1
the primary election for Magistrate
in No. 6 Township and the earnest
desire of those who could not vote
for me on. accounr. of being afraid that
I would come too near coming -up to
what the law would require of me as
several had expressed themselves in
regard to the matter. Now I feel
more honored in m'y defeat than I
would having been elected on the
grounds that some asked me to run
on. Now I again say that from what
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X Lie. ^ xz. scrcJLi au\i ucaiu l *??j
defeat an honor.
C. G. Johnson.
Kinards, S. -0., Aug. 31, 1S16.
PIANO INSTRUCTION?Session begins
September 18, 1916. Miss Mazie
Dorainick, 1801 College street.
LOST?Between 1000 Boundary
rv TD I \ y?n r\n n rrn 1
D LX L CLliU ? \JO L VUC SV1U
broach set with coral rose and two
chip diamonds. ^Reward if returned
!.o Herald and News office.
FOR SALE?One Indian Motorcycle,
one Overland Roadster, and twenty
goats. ' For further /information
call at Newberry Coca Cola Bottle
KINDERGARTEN?Mrs. H. O. Fellers
will open the Kindergarten at her
residenc , 1321 Wheeler street,
September 18. In order to have th?
proper equipment and supplies on
on band she will be glad to confer
at once with any one thinking of
sending -children. 8-21-tf.
DIXIE STAMP & STATIONER'S
COMPANY, Columbia, 1S.-C. -Office
j ^ *_ _ x ~ ~
ana oanK supplies. maaiuiti^iurera
Ol rubber stamps, seals, etc., qual
If it is monej
| have it. If il
us by asking
In Aug., 1915,;
''With the facilil
we are now pr<
enough money t
3f the price of
feel sure that no
the market. Wi
assist you. If y<
some of the offic<
| How well1
for the farmc
I the Federal F
tion, we are i
: in 1915 to rc
ity and service. Prompt attention
to mail order*, 5-19-tt
1 OUSC FOR RNT?Possession given
September 1. For particular
apply to E. H. Livingston at Farmarg
PUBLIC TRANSFER?If you want
Auto transfer phone 89 any hour
j day until ten o'clock at night Dray
| also. " 8-22-4t.
WANTED?Four Demonstrators for
nearby South Carolina territory.
Reference required, but no experience
necessary. Our representative
in this city receives $60 per
week. Call on him at Mrs. M. A
Gilbert's, Main street, at 7 p m.
Tuesday or call him at 364-3. He
I will explain the work and put yoj
I in touch with the company. 0. E.
| Rass, "The Wear-Ever Man."
| WANTED?All who are suffering from
,eye trouble to call and see me.
Dr. F. C. Martin. Office over Ander
sons Dry Goods Store. Newberry.
i >rEW GARAGE?Have opened AutomoJaiie
Repair Shop at my Stables.
.. ames Milam, expert workman, in
charge of repair part. All work
; guaranteed. Full stock of supplies,
: oil and gas. Will continue Mule
jsiness at same i lace. B. A. Havird.
: J-none 324-2.
| NOTICE?I have leased the Cotton
i pisiform formerly owned by Mr.
i Boyd Epting adjoining the Standard
i Warehouse Company, and am prej
pared to weigh cotton. I solicit
I part ef your patronage. W. W.
Honrsby, 'Cotton Weigher.
WANTED?Teacher -wanted for Gen
tral school. Term begins the 15 of
October. Salary $40 per month.
Apply to any one of the undersigned
L. A. Shealy,
J. D. Koon,
$ m * w% if?'
you wish to
: is service you
for one or both.
? -W W ? ? W -W ? ? ? ^ w *
we published the /<
r SACRIFICE YOUR C
:ies offered us through the Federal
spared to loan every farmer in N
;o prevent a sacrifice of his 1915 C
cotton continues below the cost oJ
intelligent farmer will voluntarily tl
ith this idea in view, we have prep
c>u wish to avail yourself of our sen
?rs of the Bank at your con^mience.
we carried out
;r? themselves t
low in a better
mder the 5arm
:e. Come in and
nai Bank of
\av?mr Q/\nfU C* m
ivii jr Muutii vaj
;r Federal Reserve
BARBECUE?There will be a barbecue
at Wheeland schoolhouse Saturday,
September 9, for the benef;
of the school, ah candidates are
invited to come and speak. An Invitation
is also extended County
Superintendent of Education to attend
and speak. *- 0.
| TUESDAY SEPT. 5th
V. L. S. E. Presents
"The BLINDNESS of VIRTUE
An Essanay Feature in 6 acts
p ip? i jf ft p
borrow, we 1!
wish, please *
allowing notice' ^
ewberry County aMl
F production, we
brow his crop on ^
ared ourselves to
'ices, confer with
the above is (1
o say. With 1
in full operaposition
ers an even
i tarn Willi US.
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Barbecue at PomamT ^
Tie members of New Hope and fl
Morris Chapel willvgive a first claa-i JM
barbecue at Pomaria on Saturday
Sept. 2, 1916 for the benefit of th3 I
Methodist parsonage. Good dinnev V
guaranteed. Come and enjoy the 9
J. L. Graham,
M. H. Kinard,
FOR SALE?Hogs and pigs. Appl; ?
W. L. Bushardt, Newberry, Phone *
4502. S-25-t*. 1
If you need them, we hare them.
P. C. JEA5S & CO.
! Jevelers, Watch Makers & Optician a
P. C. Jeans, Optometrist |
T. M. ROGERS 1
. Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician. *
All Work Gnaranteed.
j Corner Caldwell and Friend Streets. '
i Ftps fitfpd and sold on Installment.
?yvberry, ?. C. *
I Dr. F. C. Martin |
| Examines Eyes, Fits Glasses|
and Artificial Eyes. f
|>If your eyes are giving your 1
^trouble don't fail to consult himy
i Satisfaction Guaranteed. $ |
? Office over Anderson's. D.ryT M