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The herald and news. (Newberry S.C.) 1903-1937, September 08, 1916, Image 5

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He knows h
I He has exp<
He did a go
terment of the
He is in po
L work in the f
I His record
I schools is wr
[ itself.
/ To the People of Ne
I am grateful for t
mary for the positioi
Education.
I I will appreciate tl
J on next Tuesday.
As I stated in th<
office on the record
discharge the duties,
rage of the people oi
I have faith in the
thought of the peopl
right. This is -an ii
sporsibilities are gre
quires service and tb
one of Buster Brown
"Record counts for e
banker, or soldier, or
ord because .he is ex]
fore. We know he
in his recent address
cratic nomination: '
the habit of rejecti
served them for tho
and conjectural pron
I ask you to consic
to you I will apprecii
and the only promise
and thus serve the <
record I made in th<
selection of a man to
on merit and placed
tics. I have offered
. merit and on that a!<
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flRHHHHHBHHHHHBHHHflHHHHHBMI
Carrl frn
I offer my
the good p<
county for the
the first prir
ask your suj
primary. I
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nnwBBBB?nai
rE FOR
^?1 aMI
riuuueiMuiu
rE FOR MASTER
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TE FOR
r H. AULL
?FOR
itendent of Education
lOW.
erience.
od work for the beti
schools.
tsition to do better
uture.
of work for the
it and speaks for
wberry County.
he vote I received in the prii
of County Superintendent of
le endorsement ?f the people
t campaign, I am asking the
I made and on my fitness to
I have not sought the suffa
|iny other grounds.
1
! sober judgment and sound
e and believe they will do the
mportant office and the re*
at. It is an office which ree
ability to serve. To quote
i's famous and true resolutions:
verything. A race horse, or
' anybody is taken by his recpected
to do what he did beivjll."
President Wilson said
of acceptance of the DemoThey
(the people) are not in
ng those who have actually
se who are making doubtful
lises of service."
ler my record and if it appeals
ate your support and your vote
* I make is to serve the schools
:hildren of t he county. The
i office speaks for itself. The
fill this office should be based
abcvejpetty or partisan polimyself
on my record and my
one.
espectfully,
ELBERT H. AULL
m Rlarkwell
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sincerest thanks to
;ople of Newberry
; votes given me in
nary, and earnestly
>port in the second
have, the UNANI
ement of the Laurens
Signed)
i 5. BLACKWELL.
t
A CARD OF THANKS.
I desire to thank the many friends,
j who were so kind to my husband, Mr. j
; D. E. Oxner, during his recent illness.'
I T1 eir words of sympathy and deeds of i
! love will ever be remembered with
j gratitude by us. Mr. Oxner, who is
I imnrnvinf irnns me in this DllbliC
j ^ ?
: acknowledgment of the great consideration
shown us by one and all.
Mrs. D. E. Oxner. f
? I
CARD FROM A. H. DAGSALL.
1 take this method of thanking those
Y/ho so loyally sup-ported me for Congress,
as it will be impossible for me
tc see the voters personally. I shall
always feel deeply grateful to those
who considered me worthy of representing
this District in Congress.
A. ti. Lfagnan. i
Capt. M. M. Buford is ill at the
Columbia hospital and it is feared lie
will have to undergo a serious operation.
His many friends hope he will
soon recover and return home. His
son, Mr. Pope Buford, visited him
Wednesday.
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| One Razor H<
One Cake So?
One Tablet
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While thev las
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I
Mayes'Bookan
j The House of a
I II1111 jl
I / jr effects^3
I XM Af,ter sp'rited t>if
/ hn}Vf50ckss^
1 i bldfor Hays' Jfc
m All or which sim
8 reputatioi) for SI
We have the san
an<^ see it*
the service
< AKD OF THANK*. 1
I
I wish to thank the people of Xc.v- |
lerry county lor electing me Clerk of
Court for ve consecutive terms. I
l'oel that 1 have always been treated
t; irly in my candidacy and 1 hope to j
s!?ow my appreciation by perform-,
- ~ ~ nf tlio /~?fRr>a nrnmnt 1 v >
llig lUC UU11CO \JJ. Ui^ uu n.v A r*",' ?
courteously und efficiently.
Respectfully, ,
Jno. C. Gopgans. I
i
CARD OF THANKS.
Please allow me space in your |
columns to express my thanks to the !
voters of 'Number 10' Township for I
the splendid vote they have given me ,
for magistrate, wnne l nave Deen
defeated, yet I feel that there is no 1
i
dishonor in defeat such as I have
suffered. I have run a clean honorable
race and appreciate the support
of those who voted for me and bear.,
no ill will toward those who saw fit;
to ciist their ballots for my opponent. !
Very respectfully yours,
J. A. Kinard.
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me - $1.00
ap - 10c |
- - 10c
$1.20
>t all for 35 cts
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Honam! TUngs. ;
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A
^ RECOR]
BROUGHT BY A
1JN AU
. man named Hays?in an Ohii
mong the articles offered, was a R
Iding, the Range Eternal was so
n 'Hays originally paid for it. 1
inge Eternal, bought new ones fr
ply goes to prove that the Rang
ZJRVICE.
Let Us Show You tl
Everlasth
le kind of range that Mr. Hays
Let us explain, one by one, the
? *-?. ? i i* i
of the Kar.gc Uternai so aengr
ige until you really understand
THE PROSPERITY HA!
^ PROSPER!!
Vote for Geo.
Solicil
TO THE VOTERS OF N
I want to express my de?
t.ion for the handsome vote
in the first primary. I tru:
. for me before will again c
has no candidate for the p<
who voted for my good frii
consideration to my candid
I call attention to the spl
my home county of Greenw
a tremendous majority of
had a home candidate aga
fact that I led the whole ti
f Viotm r?n riorfof tn umir \
X HC* ? V/ liV 4 4^ AAV VV J VMl. ?
most capable man in the ra
I have only one promise
. perform the duties of the
and absolutely without par
G
x Cam
The hour for the night services at
he church has been changed to F
ight o'clock. M
#r j
To the Ms
>^Jhe Bladi
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3 PRICE
RANGE ETERNAL
CTION
o town ? held a public sale of I
ange Eternal which he had purch
Id to Mr. Albert Ferguson of C
But that is not all. Later on,
om the local dealer.
e Eternal is "legal tender" and
fie RANGE ETERNAL
igly Good.
sold at such a record breakin
! 32 points of Eternal Excellent
ltful ? and so economical!. D<
the Range Eternal.
10WARE COMPANY
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T. Magili for
tor.
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EWBERKY COUNTY: ,
ep sense of appreciagiven
me for Solicitor
st that those who voted
lo so. Newberry now
jsition, and I ask those
end Chapman to give
acy.
IpnHirl vnfp driven mc> rn
kVAAVAAVA V W\> V V** AAA
ood, where I received
the votes, although I
inst me. Also to the
/
cket by a good vote.
rotes unless I am the
ice.
to make if elected. To
office fairly, squarely
tisanship.
T MAnTT.r,
Jidate for Solicitor. I
The Winthrop Daughters will meet
riday afternoon at 5 o'clock "with
iss Blanche Davidson.
M
Lit Wltll
l Mustache
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11S nousenuiu.
ased in 1914.
*rove City, O., for
four of those who ^
has an established
g price. Come in m
s which make f
on't buy any
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