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*1 the PostoEBc* at New- L
*VT3r, S. C.( *? 2nd class siattar. '
E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Friday, July 7, 1922
EASY TO PAY
That is to say, it is my purpose not
only to make the amount so that it <
will be easy for any one to pay for .
The Herald and News for one year
at the nominal price of one dollar,
but I am trying to make it convenient :
for those who find that they can not
come to Newberry. I stated in the 1
locf n-inpr tViat Mr. John C. Aull at 1
the Bank of Pomaria would take the
money and that Mr. L. YV. Beden- ^
baugh at Peoples National Bank at
Prosperity, and now I want to add ]
that of course Mrs. L. W. Harman 1
and Mr. Herman Werts at Prosperity ;
will also receipt you for whatever ^
amount you desire to pay, and that '
Miss Louise Shealy at the Merchants :
TTormorc "RqtiI- ctf T,ittlp Mnnnfairi
cm\a jl aimvic ?.* w
has kindlv consented to take sub*
scriptions for The Herald and News.'
Just drop in at any of these places
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H. Aull, Publisher, i1
So far as we have been able to read :
the newspapers the fourth passed off
without any serious accidents or casualties
in this state. That is the pro- (
per way to observe the day. ,:
The Newberry college has planned "
a first grade summer school and it
will be a great convenience to teach-:
ers living in Newberry. You get the
samp credit at this school that vou
will get at any of the summer schools
of the state. The school opens next '
The state campaign has been de-;
void of special interest and of all excitement
up to this time. All indications
and reports that we have heard
nnint frt fVio olpr?+irm nf Fnrmpr Clnv- i
ernor Blease on the first ballot It ;
will be the first time so far as we re-,
call where any one has been given a,
third term as governor in South Car1
It is a real pleasure to make a
newspaper when everything around
the shop is pleasant and agreeable. |
Come in and see us when you come
to town and if you live in town we (
will be glad to see you at all times. '
And don't forget that you can buy
the paper up to the night of July 311
at one dollar for a whole year. The ,
greatest bargain sale ever staged in 1
The main thing for you to remember
now is that you can buy for one
entire year so good a newspaper as
The Herald and News for only one <
dollar. Better come along with your 1
dollar right now before you forget it. I
This rate applies equally to all sub- (
scribers whether old or new or what- (
ever may be the date to which yotir
subscription has been paid. It will
not last long. Better get busy and
send the dollar right along. ]
WE ARE AGAINST IT !
People of the South, for a long .
time, had more than enough of the
business of amending the federal
Then came the proposal to get pro- <
hibition and woman suffirage by fed- 1
eral amendment and along with the
rest of hte country the South fell for 1
it, as we say in the street, and in so
saying make ourselves clear here and
The funny thing about these two (
amendments is that most of those
who favored the first one opposed j
the other! !
That is those who wanted prohibition
thought it fine for it to come by
amendment to the federal constitu-'.
tion .but were dead against getting ]
woman suffrage that way.
But this is like starting an argu- '
ment over what ^somebody said to
somebody else at a public picnic
"when all concerned were boys and
girls. What's the use? (
What we are driving at now is that
the twentieth amendment has been
proposed and we are against it.
Its advocates want to stop candidates
from spending so much money .
in elections or rather in campaigns ;
prior to elections and for the purpose
of being elected. i1
It is all wrong to spend this money ;
?that is admitted without argument
but what's the use to put a patch on
the federal constitution to check it?
What's the matter with the states?
It's just a scheme to provide a
whole lot of easy jobs for the folks
\vho hunger after federal jobs and!
congress is always alert to consider
a proposal that will provide a few,
jobs of this kind. There are so many
constituents wanting such jobs.
The rest of the country is just pes
tered to death now with petty federal
job holders. We are investigated, inspected,
counted, classified, tabulat- j
ed, regulated, and so on by federal I
representatives until life is just one 1 j
bore after another.
It's time to call a halt.
rn'- - - - 1- - :UT? cnrl I
i nis is such a dcumuic <*i uvic ?uu i
so clearly and forcibly said, and so:
truthful and states so excellently
what we have been trying to say
from time to time, that we copy it i
here and give ,it our most hearty;
endorsement, and to say that we too
are against it. There is entirely too
much regulating from Washington.'
There is entirely too much wet nursing.
We have said it so often that
we are glad that so good a paper as
:he Index-Journal has said it too, that
we want our readers to read this, and
then we would be glad to see and to
know that they are beginning- to
think. And the whole tendency of this
regulating business is to get everything
regulated from Washington,
and when that time comes, and it is
hastening, then we are going to see
the end of the republic and of free
institutions. But what's the use. the
Index-Journal has said just what we
The young ladies at The Herald;
and News office seem to be taking to i
work in fine spirit. There is one
thing we can say for them, they have
the business office in better shape 1
than we have seen it in a long- time,
and appearances go some little distance
in getting business. We bespeak
for them the kind consideration
of the friends of the paper. If you
should have business at the office we
feel that we can assure you a pleasant
welcome and courteous treatment.
\* i 1\T 3 ? i. 10 ? ' 1 ? ?l.
l>cAl luuiiuaj di u ciuv.fi tiir
time expires for entering the primary
in this county for this election year.,
So far there are only three candi-:
dates announced for the legislature,'
Dr. J. Wm. Folk, Dr. E. N. Kibler
and Mr. W. R. Watson.
Mr. Child declines nad Mr. Blease
has not stated whether he will enter
the race or not.
The first meeting of the county
campaign will be held next Tuesday
at Young's Grove near Prosperity, i
I am a candidate for reelection to
Congress from the Third Congressional
District, subject to the rules of
(Vio r)orvtr\r*ratir? nartv
"fred'h: dominick. j
Subject to the rules of the Dem- (
ocratic party, I announce mvsdlf a'
candidate for congress from the'
Third congressional district.
SAM H. SHERARD.
I am a candidate for congress
Third district subject to the rules of
the Democratic party.
E. P. McCRAVY.
Easlev, S. C.
FOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTA- j
^ t? ^? ? ? <-* ** v> /vn i- /\ t?r? a! ^ r> no !
X Iieicuy cUlUUUJltC IIIJCC1X a tail" i
iidate for the House of Representa-' \
tives. Will abide result of the Demo- i
:ratic primary. Platform, Lower i
Taxes, Observance of Sabbath, Education,
Equalization Property, Roads,
J. WILLIAM FOLK. ;
The friends of Eugene S. Blease
place him in nomination for reelec- J
iion to the legislature from Newberry i
county and ask him not to decline ]
and pledge him to abide the rules of i
the party. jJ
I hereby announce myself a6 a'!
candidate for the house of represen- j
tatives from Newberry county and ,
pledge myself to abide the result of '
the Democratic primary election.
EUSTON X. KIBLER. ;
I respectfully announce myself a'
candidate for the house of represen
tatives from Newberry county, sub-,
iect to the primary election of the
W. R. WATSON.
W'hitmire, S. C.
The friends of D. Luther Boozer!
announce him as a candidate for the
house of representatives from New-!
* ? 1 -!11 1.^
horry county ana nope ne win mane
FOR PROBATE JUDGE
I anounce myself as a candidate
For reelection for the office of Probate
Judge and will abide the result
of the Democratic orimary.
W. F. EWART. j
FOR MAGISTRATE FOR TOWN-!
SHIPS 1 AND 8
I hereby announce myself a can-1
didate for Magistrate for Townships,
Numbers 1 and 8, subject to the Democratic
primary. If elected I shall
endeavor to perform the duties of the
office in the future as I have in the
past, without fear or favor, and with.
fairness to all.
CHARLES W. DOUGLAS. |
I am a candidate for magistrate for :
townships Xo. 1 and 8 and will abide,
the rules of the Democratic partv.
J. H. CHAPPELL.
I am a candidate for magistrate for!
townships No. 1 and 8 and will abide
the rules of the Democratic partv.
W. S. JONES.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for Magistrate for townships^
Condensed Statement of the
Bank of Pr<
I Prosperity, S. C., at the Close of E
Loans and Discounts
Cash and Due From Banks
STAE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Before me came J. F. Browne, Casl
perity, who, beinjr duly sworn, says th;
statement is a true condition of said b.
of said bank.
Sworn to and subscribed before me t
J. A. (
S. S. BIRGE
DR. GEO. Y. HUNTER
DR. J. S. WHEELER
I lite tuudj
Reduced $5. i
NTo. 1 and 8 and will abide by the j the c<
rules of the Democratic party. jnc.
E. L. RODLSPERGER. in* t}
I am a candidate for magistrate for j al
\Trv 1 on/) s unri will nhide! inate
IU W iiOIll po AH KJ. x Uiiu w .....
the rules of the Democratic party- J to th<
W. A. GRADDICK. town?
FOR MAGISTRATE FOR TOWN- j Demo
SHIPS 1 AND 8
I am a candidate for magistrate for
townships No. 1 and 8 and will abide
the rules of the Democratic party. ,
W. L. GRIFFIN \?> Pla
FOR MAGISTRATE POMARIA PIedS,
I am a candidate for reappointment ^emo
as masgietrate at Pomaria and will
ibide the Democratic primary. I a
J. B. 5EDENBAUGH. maris
FOR MAGISTRATE FOR LITTLE |wiI1 a
w/mhttiim i n .mlVic
1V1UU^ 1 A1I1 | 1" ""<
The friends of Mr. J. C. Wessingerl
knowing his fitness for the position
jf magistrate do hereby announce
him for the position of magistrate for I <
the town of Little Mountain, S. C., \or *
and pledge him to abide the result of tne r'
the primary election.
FOR MAGISTRATE NO. 3 TOWN- 0.
SHIP ! niagis
I am a candidate for magistrate wju ?
for township Xo. 3, and will abide the
rules of the Democratic primary. SPEC
-ixr Tk nTTTuypirnpn i
VV 1J. HU jl iiuivr vivx/j i ^
FOR MAGISTRATE NO. 4 TOWN- Wh
R. M. Aughtry is hereby announc- 4jon
ed as a candidate for reelection as 1
magistrate for Township No. 4, and a?e 0
will abide the rules of the Demcorat- schoo
ic party. jNewb
77~ i-i r have
I announce myself a candidate for p
magistrate of No. 4 township, sub- ^oai(
ject to the Democratic primary. Coun
J. ERNEST YOUNG. and
MAGISTRATE NO. 5. held
John F. Miller is hereby announced
us a candidate for magistrate for No. tiona
5 township, pledged to abide tne ruies pr0pe
pleldged to abide the rules of the
of the Democratic primary.
FOR MAGISTRATE NO. 6. TOWN- , r.(
SHIP ! l" u
J. H. Dorroh is hereby announced v
as candidate for reelection as Mag- State
istrate for Xo. 6 township, pledged order
to abide the rules of the Democratic ?ch00
primary. i' .
FOR MAGISTRATE NO. 7 jing a
I am a candidate for appointment mills
as magistrate for No. 7 township ]oca^
subject to the rules of the Democrat- ' .'
ic party. ;
W.P.Allen. ! at th<
FOR MAGISTRATE FOR NO. 9 ^'h??
I hereby announce myself a candi-|tl10 date
for magistrate for township No. said (
9 of Newberry county, subject to the at 7 ;
rules of the Democratic party. j
J. L. BOWERS, Jr. ! lh
Appreciating the services renuemi a? m
?? - fCondition
business June 30, 1922.
lier of The Rank of Prosat
the above and foregoing
ank, as shown by the books
J. F. BROWNE.
his nth dav of .July, lsrzz. i
:OUNTS. N. P. for S. C.
immunity in the pasi and believim
best qualified to serve us durle
extremely hard years in which e
now entering, we hereby nom-| _
Judge B. B. Hair for reelection
e office of magistrate for No. 9
?hip, subject to the rules of the |*
cratic primary. j
His Many Friends, j
: T f
MAGISTRATE NO. 10 i
e friends of J. J. Kibler desire,
ice him in nomination for mag-j
e for No. 10 towonship and;
e him to abide the rules of the 1
cratic party. /L(
m a candidate for reelection as ^
strate for No. 10 township and
bide the rules of the Democratic Fx
J. A. KINARD. I Cl
im a candidate for magistrate
Jo. 10 township and will abide
ules of the Democratic party.
P. B. ELLESOR.
1 - i - . - ' ?? ??
MAGISTRATE NO. 11 ^
A. Felker is a candidate for
<trate for No. 11 townshin and Hi
ibide rules of Democratci party.1
:IAL ELECTION IN UNION Di
CHOOL DISTRICT NO. 32 j
lereas, one-third of the resi- Di
freeholders and a like propor- In
of the resident electors of the F
f twenty-one years in the Union1 ?
1 district No. 32,\ the County of ^
erry, State of South Carolina, t.
filed a petition with the County
1 of Education of Newberry C
ty, South Carolina, petitioning c
requesting that an election be
in said school district on the Ei
ion of levying a special addiI
tax of six mills on the taxable,
;rty within the said school disjst
w, therefore, we the undersign)mposing
the County Board of ca
ation for Newberry County, wl
of South Carolina, do hereby,
the board of trustees of Union ^
1 district Xo. 32 to hold an:
on on the said question of levyspecial
additional tax of six m
to be collected on the property
?d within the said school dis-:
which said election shall be held>
e Union school house in the said
1 district Xo. 32 on Saturday,}
2nd day of July, 1922, at which j _
election the noils shall be opened Su
a. m. and closed at 4 p. m. 1 di
e members of the board of trus- pr
of said school district shall act hi
anagers of said election. Only ti<
1 The Cc
Loans and Investn
Liberty Bonds, unj
Cash on Hand & i
Surplus & Profits
Dividend No. 50, <
JL/U1 i V/ T? VU iriviivj
To our Customers
Do you obser
constant ana conti
mer Grade is upo:
in the future, ali c
tomers and conser
We invite you mo
customers. By th
our new Banking
will be no more cc
Quarters in South
Jno. M. Kinard, P
Floyd Bradley, Asst
Miss Tilla West, Bi
Jno. C. Floyd, lo!le(
"The Bank Tl
Statement of the condition of the f B
AD1WEPS Awn MF.RJ
CHANTS BANK L
>cated at Little Mountain, S. C., at!
the close of business June 30,' ^
>ans and discunts $139,327.10 ^
irerdrafts 7,222.41 p
Dnds and stocks owned
by the bank 2,350.00 C
* " * - - -i rtnci n n c
irniture ana nxiures.... m
inking house 1,700.14 J
jrrency 8,562.00 C
M 10.00 Ii
lver and other minor
coin 4G6.28 '
Total $161,610.90 s
ipital Stock Paid In ....$ 20,000.00 !
trplus Fund 10,000.00 ;
ndivided profits, less ;D
current expenses and D
- ? ? -j ^ st^ 55 T:
taxes paiu iv.w
ac to banks and bank- j
ers T,393.11 g
ividends unpaid 33.60
dividual de- ; T
c t t 0 I
heck $54,598.17 iC
me certifi- 1
ates of dc- i
losit 19,705.92 j ^
a s h e ir's i
lis payable, including i S
certificates for money
borrowed 14,000.00 i
Total $161,610.90 w
ate of South Carolina, j a
County of Newbei-y, ss. j ti
Before me came W . A. Count;?, si
shier of the above named bank, j
no, being duly sworn, says that.the j
>ove and foregoing statement is a ^
ue condition of said banK, as
own by the books of said bank.
W. A. Counts, j C
Sworn to and subscribed before
e this 6th day of July, 1922.
B. W. Wise,
Correct Attest: i
J. M. Sease, ei
J. B. Derrick, v<
J. K. Derrick, si
Directors. i jr
ch electors as reside in saiu auuuw
strict and return real or personal tc
operty for taxation, and who ex- tz
bit their tax ceipts and registra- P'
)n certificate.. as required in genJ
dewberry, S. C.
: Condition June 2
r> /nr V T t> n n
sledged 140,950.00 $
d and unsecured
iue July 1, 1922
ye from the above si
inuous growth, even w
n us? Watch our cont
aused by our army of !
vative yet liberal Bank
st cordially to join the
/? ? T m W A n
e 1st ot [Nov., 1VZZ, w<
House, now being erecl
>mmodious or conveni
res. J. Y. McFalJ,1
. Cash. J. M. Kinard,.
jokkeeper C. W. Sanders
:tor Hunt, Hunt &
hat Always Treats Yo
ank No. 395. Bank I
Statement of the Condition of the State:
BANK OF WHITMIRE F
ocated at Whitmire, S. C., at the j
ose of c?UGincss June 30th, 1922. Locate
cans and discounts $461,622.71
onds and stocks owned Loans
by the bank 2,750.00' Overdi
urniture and fixtures .... 3,091.13 Bonds
anking house 3,756.46
>ue from banks and
bankers 17,655.18 Furmt
urrency 1,513.00 j Bankir
ilver and other minor ,Due fr
r.nin 1.248.77 i
hecks and cash items .... 375.381 Cio
lsurancc department .... 1,930.79 | Currer
Total ..r. $494,063.G11 Silver
apital stock paid in $ 50,000.00 ' C0!n
urplus fund 15,000.00 Checks
ndivided profits, less
current expenses and J -p
taxes paid 5,180.20!
ue to banks and bankers 7,379.05 j
ividends unpaid 6.00 1 Capita
tdividual de- J Surplu
posits subject j rjndiv:
to check 243,040.51 i '
j - ; rent
avmgs a e - .
pcsits 3,448.16 i Pa^
ime certifi- j Divide
cates of dc- ; Individ
posit 62,338.08 inflivia
ashier's to c
checks 171.01 ! Time
' 308,998.36 1 posi
ills payable, including ; Cashie
certificates for money :
Total $494,063.61 STAT
tate of South Carolina,
County of Newberry, ss.
Before me came M. S. Lewis, .
ashicr of the above named bank, iier ?*
'ho, being duly sworn, says that the;being (
bove and foregoing statement is a'andfo
*ue condition of said bank, as | ^jtion
lown by the books of said bank. i, ,
M. S. Lewis. !b00ks
Sworn to and subscribed before
ic this 5th day of July, 1922. ! Swo
W. R. Watson, 1 me
Notary Public, i
Jno. L. Miller,
M. E. Abrams, Correc
T. H. Watson, j
Directors. ! t
:'ai elections shall be allowed to,
Dte. Electors favoring the levy of i
ich a tax shall cast a ballot contain- i ... ithis
ig the word "yes" written or print- j
1 thereon, and each elector opposed!
> such a levy shall cast a ballot conlining:
the word "no" written or ^
IIIILCU U1CICUII. j
Given under our hands and seals'
ft 71ft Qfi
Wj 9 1/W?W
1 CAQ 1'JA GK
A J V I Vi W
hen the Sum- j
inued growth J
satisfied cus- 9
ing Methods. 1
ranks of our
2 will occupy
ted, and there
V. P. & Cash.
Jr., Asst. Cash.
ment of the Condition of the
d at Chappells, S. C., at the
i of business June 30, 1922.
and discounts $60,716.96
and stocks cwned by
ure and fixtures .... 1,500.00
lg house 2,000.00
om banks and bank
and other minor j
i and cash items 185.24 M
1 stock paid in 15,000.00
s fund 4,000.00
ded profits, less curexpenses
nds unpaid 25.00
ual deposits subject i
heck ! 24,437.39 g
t 26,147.67 M
r's checks 1,095.68
tal $74,869.21 |
'E OF SOUTH CAROLINA, M
County of Newberry. ^
>re me came E. L. Cook, cashthe
above named bank, who,
3uly sworn, says that the above
regoing statement is a true con
of said bank, as shown by the
of said bank.
E. L. Cook, Cashier,
rn to and subscribed before
s 5th day of July, 1922.
A. P. Coleman,
r. A. Webb,
10. B. Scurry,
h dnv nf .Tnlv. 1922.
E. H. AULL,
0. B. CANNON,
S. J. DERRICK,
? Board of Education for Newy