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Shekeby an1ougeo 'helf as
a#didatebr re-election as a men
Sler of the Elouse of Reyresentative
Subject to.the Democratic Prnar;
.John. M. Taylor is hereby announc
ed as a candidate for the, House c
6eprQs4ntativles - from Newlerr
06nnty, atid will abide the rules c
the Democratic -party.
For County Superintendent Edicatio
. hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election for the office o
county superintendent of educatio
subject to the democratic primary.
J. -8. Wheeler.
I am a candidate for reelecet.ion fo
magistrate for number 10 townshi
and will abide the rules of the dem<
P. B. Ellisor.
I hereby announce myself a candl
date for Magistrate for Nos. land E
subject to the rules of the democrati
Cannon G. Blease.
Jesse L. Burns is hereby nominate
as a candidate for magistrate fo
townships Nos. 1 an and is pledge
to 'abide the result ' he Demoerati
I am a candidate for Magistrat
for No. 11 Township and will abid
by the rules of the Democratic part3
W. F. Suber.
For County Auditor.
I hereby. announce myself a cand:
date for auditor of Newberry Count,
subject to the rules of the Democrati
0. M. Buzhardt.
R. C. Coun'ts is hereby. nominate
for the office of Auditor for Newbei
ry county, subject to the rules -of th
W. W. Cromer is hereby announce
as a candidate for re-election as Au
ditor for Newberry county and wi
abide result of democratic primary.
I hereby announce myself a cand
date for Supervisor for Newberr;
county. Subject to the Democrati
- primary. Jack B. Smith.
J. Monroe Wicker is hereby ar
nounced as a candidate for re-elcetio
for the office of county supervisor, an
will abide the rules of the democrati
* I hereby announce myself a cand:
date for Supervisor for Ncwberr
county. Subject to the Democrati
*primary. J1. Chesley Dominick.
L. I. Feagic is hereby announce
as a candidate for the office a
-County Supervisor and will abide th~
result of the democratic party.
* For Sub-Supervisor.
I am a candidate for the offee a
SubrSupervisor from Newberry cour
ty and will abide the result of th
Thos. J. Wilson.
e. C. Livingston is hereby announ<
edas a candidate for sub-supervise
and will abide the rules of the demc
WV. H. Wendt is hereby announce
as a candidate for sub-supervisor an
*will gbide the rules of the demoerati
*We hereby .nominate our comrad<
Osborne Wells, for recelection to th
office of Sub-Supervisor and pledg
hhia to altide the result of the Dome
cratic primary. No better soldier es
er served, in the Confederate army.
Mrb J. P. Cannoriis hereby announ
ced for re-elention as sub-superviso
and is pledged to abide .the result o
the 1emocratio priniary.
'Foz rob to Judg6,.
S<Jo. C.Wilaoti.M hetyby agnounce
~acarididated'Lor re-eecldn to th
offie .of probate judge. 8ubject t
"M*~tCAN M. -s"ITC
O OK$ SO BA$Y~
Near the 1at4t7
SWll, here. it is
Xtah4l' r*6.6 ob one foo"
Wait to be oeard
f you wIll jist unfurl
And look interested.
NO; It In not a fairy tale
f Nor a joke,
But still to be on the sate aide
* It might be well
To have the buttons
Sewed on your vest
I A little tighter.
The people who know it,
Or think they do,
Tell you all about it
With a straight face.
It impresses them
What is it?
Oh, just this.little easy
Simple third grade stunt,
We are going-to abolish
That is all.
r VTalk about failing qff- a log
r Or eating strawberry shortcake
p When you are hungry
This boy's Job
Has them skinned
From the county treasurer's offtoo
In that respect.
Going to abolish graft.
That is all.
Not going to make the earth
B Turn the other way
Or cause water
To run uphill
Or make autoists
Obey the ordinances.
Just going to abolish graft.
"What is the world coming toV de.
manded un earnest reformer in a loud
"I know," piped up a little man in a
e back seat.
e "What Is it, then?" thundered the
- speaker, thinking some of the enemy
was on hand and determining to crush
him out. "What is it?"
. "An end," solemnly replied the little
Saved the Pieces,
Humpety Dumpety sat on a wall;
Humpety Dumpety had a great fall,
But the cook, who was standing by, was
And so they had scrambled eggs for din
Other Fellow's Funeral.
"What are you looking so glum
"My rent is due, and I haven't the
money to' pay it."
"Oh, well, it might be worse."
"I don't see how."
"You might be the landlord."
Good as Lost.
."An automobile! An automiobilel"
,shouted the up to (late monarch. "My
kingdom f'or an automobile."
"Might as well let it go first as last,"
said the experienced prime minister;
"the repair man would get it anyway."
The Con Man's Motto,
BIle kind to all you chance .to meet
If you would get enough to eat,
Because thg chances are that you
Will find a batter chance to do
Your pal up right, his eyes to blind,
By always being sweetly kind.
Last at the Post,
"What 'was that wooden horse of~
Troy I hear so much about?"
3"Don't know. It may have been
some relation to the wooden horse I bet
on in the third race today."
r PERT PARAGRAPHS,
A bad way to change your viewpoint
is to acquire a cold In the head.
An original thinker is an imitator
who has never been detected as a gen
a' oral thing.
It is a hard thing to frame up a code
of action that will suit yourself and
also please your friends.
-A party telephone line is resrponsible
.. for many neighboring feuds.
Thk.Nst as r A good umbrel
ponos ava n easily keep
- tO lent all the year.
- A 'good flatterer
- usually finds that
Ithe demand for
* jhis best .work
Many an air
Kship has Proved
to be only an air
Use your memnory to forget your
Meh devil always keeps on good
na?h with a deceitful wortan.
Ther was nothing wild in the tall.
eas vnfiner, so the lady' at tli 'm
ployinent bureau desk was rather stags
t04 when he told his wants.
"I Wish to engage a cook," he ob
"Francy or plain?" she said.
"Plain-homely as sin." he replied.
"in tact, I don't care whether she can
owk or not. Any old thing that looks
like a cook will do."
"And it she drinks, smokes or steals
silver so much the better."
"Goodness me! What"
"I specially desire that she be very
strong and in the habit of beating her
employer with a club."
"Upon my word!"
."In short, I want a rampant, rip
roaring terror, and I can promise good
The lady at the desk was begging
central to connect her with the police
"Hold on!" explained the caller.* "Al
low me to say that the domestic I seek
will be eIn- the employ of my wife's
A Man of Ideas.
"What makes you believe he has
such wonderful presence of mind?"
"Why, a.man was injured in an auto
mobile accident yesterday at the noon
hour, and hundreds of persons crowd
ed avound so closely that the injured
man could not get air, and neither the
clubs of the officers nor the pleas of
the physician could make them stand
"And what did Jinx do?"
"Took off his hat and started to take
a collection for the injured man, and
the crowd melted away like snow be
fore the summer sun."-Houston Post.
One on Uncle Joe.
Somebody played a joke on Speaker
Cannon the other day, according to the
Springfield Republican. When the
speaker sat down at his desk he found
a slip of paper asking him to call up
number so-and-so on the phone. He
did as requested, saying. "Do you want
me?" "I don't know," came back the
answer. "Well, I haven't time to be
fooling around here. Do you want
me?" Insisted the speaker. "Who are
you, anyway ?" "This is the govern
ment hospital for the insane," .was the
reply. "If you think you ought to be
here, why, come along."
MoA.key--Will you joini me in a drink,
Ifiipioiotamiius-i donm't care If I do;
just a umoutbr ul, please.-Plhiladelphia
Tihey were talking about the new star
"She never laughs at jokes," said
"Maybe she has no sense of humor,"
said the other man.
"Maybe she has false teeth," said the
And then the conversation languish
A. He Looked at It.
"Do you regard your re-electIon as a
vindication?" asked the innocent young
"Well, not exactly," replied the sena
tor, "but I can't help considering It
strong proof of the power of well dis
.tributed patronage."--Chicago Record
"Donut you think you ought to avoid
speaking unkindly of your friends?"
"Yes," answered Miss Cayenne, "but
the trouble is that when you say noth
ing but nice things about people your
friends turn around and say you are
getting to be a bore."-Washlngton
A DBivihle Hnmorist.
The justice, asked the prisoner:
"WThat do you do for a living?"
"I ketches mockin' blh'ds an' sells
"What do you sell 'em for?"
"A song, yor honor," was the smiling
"'There was a time," complatned hirs.
F'attley, who was a Miss 81imm, "when
you used to say I was worth my
"Yes," replied her husband, "but that
was before you. began to weigh so
She Is keetu@ing.
Madge-What became o( that ad
jVencedi~girl who advocated the retire
ment of.,persons whob had acquired a
Wu'jorio-She is 19cturing now on the
ere will be a'first class berbeoue
4'0hapman's, Old Mt. Enon, .aluda
Ounty, July 4th. Good string band
fdi those who wish. to dance. i The
Public cordially ifivited.
A. M. .Chapman, 4
J. R'. Webb. 4
Seholarship and Entrance ExamInation.
The exatinatton for the award of vacant
405M1111,sh1ps In Winthi og coilege and for the
admission of new students will beheld at the
County Court House on Friday. JulyK4Jtl at q
a.-ny Applicants nust not be les than 'ifteen
years of age. When scholarabips are vacatedI
ter uly 6, they will be awarded to those uiak
Sde li hest average at this examination
,r',Ide( te icmieet the conditions governing the
award. Applica nts for scholarship should write
to President Johnson before the exaeirnationfor
scholarshi p application blanks.
Scholarsitips are worth Sioo anil free tuition.
The next session will open Septemiber 19th, iq96,
Vot furthei itfornation and catalogit, address
Prom. D). It Johttaot Rock 11111. S 4 .
Real Estate and Insurance.
Do you have Real Estate to sell or
rent which you do not care to have
advertised to the general publie? If
so, place it in our hands and we will
give it our personal study and atten
We have standing buyers for cer
tain kinds of land.
Do you want to buy Real Estate?
If you inear business come to see us
for we have some property for sale
that might greatly surprise you as
well as interest you.
If you don 't mean business come
to see us anyway and we will tell you
all we know about the-weather.
We undertake to sell no property
before we have inspected it and ap
proved the price.
Loans negotiated on approved
Rents and accounts collected.
We are agents for the Aetna Life
Insurance Company. It will pay ybu
to see what this old reliable and con
servative company has to offer before
placing your Insurance.
More and more men are heginning
to understand what this statement
Office over the Commercial Bank.
W. K. SLIGH & COMPANY
HAVE YOUR WATCH
W. B. RIKARD
is now in The Herald and
News Office where 'he will do
your work promptly and under
GUA RA NTE E.
Give him a trial.
For Sale by
C. H. CANNON.
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THE s .of Me.
produosa eemuolugn seays, unet
P0efU a GUOl. ae whn ahlothermfull
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mess. tI mpotenez.Ni htlyZEnissio
al etol fect us or ereesan i ni tia
0w ihrj s~.tad y,uineseormns.
Imarea SUj~9d~and bloo build a.n.
he. 'a a h.7 nN
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b Which we use are without
1 We believe in PURITY.
10 We constantly preach Pt
We always practice PUR
k PURITY counts, and cou
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n Sleeping Cars
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ttion as to Rate,
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