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MURDERERS PAY THE PENALTY.
Three Die by Fatal Current in Twen
Ossining, N. Y., Nov. 20.-Three
murderers were put to death in Sing
Sing prison today, just as dawn began
to brighten the skies above Westches
The executions began at 5.28 o'clock
and lasted only 23 minutes.
It was first triple electrocution at
Sing Sing since the electric chair suc
ceeded the gallows in New York State.
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December 1-Daniel Boone.
December 12-College Minstreis.
December 14-The Traitor.
December 25-The Thief.
January 3-Finnegan's Honeymoon.
January 15-The County Sheriff.
February S-Madame Sherry.
February 16-Paid in Full.
February 22-The Lyman Twins.
March 29-A Woman of the Hour.
April 6-Christy Bros. Minstrels.
April 24-The Traveling Salesman.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for re-election to the office of
Mayor, subject to the Democratic pri
mary. J. J. Langford.
For Alderman Ward 1.
W. H. Shelley is hereby nominated
for Alderman from Ward 1. subject to
the Democratic primary.
W. P. Bedenbaugh is hereby nomi
nated for Alderman from Ward 1,
subject to the Democratic primary.
For Alderman Ward 2.
G. B. Summer is hereby nomninated
for Alderman from Ward 2, subject
to the Democratic primary.
R. H. Swittenberg is hereby nomi
nated as Alderman from Ward 2, sub
ject to the Democratie primary.
H. H. Abrams is hereby announced
as a candidate for Alderman from
Ward 2, subject to the Democratic
For Aldermani Ward 8.'
C. T. Sn.mmer is hereby announced
as a candidate for reelection as alder
na~n from Ward 3, subject to the rules
of the Democratic prmary.
For Alderman Ward 4.
E. L. Rodeisperger is hereby in
nounced as a candidate for reelectan
as Alderman from Ward 4, and i;s
pledged to abide the result of the pr'
P. B. Hutchi.neon Is hereby nomin?t
ed for Alderman from Ward 4, sub
ject to the Democratic pimary.
* For Alderman Ward 5.
0. S. Goree is hereby announced as
a candidate for re-election as Alder
man from Ward 5, subject to thle rules
of the Dexnocratic primary.
For Trustee for Ward 4.
W. S. Langford is hereby nominated
as a candidate for Trustee of the
.Graded School from Ward 4, and is
pledged to abide the rules of the
School Trustee Ward 5.
We take pleasure in nominating Mr.
J. M. Davis for re-election as School
Trustee from Ward 5.
The Herald and News-Newberry's
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TO THE OVERSEERS OF THE PUB
The law requires six days' work on
the public roads during the year. All
overseers who have not worked their
full time must do so by December 1.
L. I. Feagle,
11-14-3t. County Supervisor.
NOTICE OF PRIMART ELECTION.
Notice is hereby given that a Demo
cratic primary election will be held
on Tuesday, November 28, 1911, in
the Town of Newberry, South Caro
lina, for Mayor and Aldermen to serve
for one year; and Trustees for the
Graded Schools for Ward 4 and Ward
5, to serve for two years. Said Pri
mary Election to be according to the
rules and regulations of the Demo
cratic party of the Town of Newberry,
South Carolina: the polls to be open
ed at 8 o'clock a. m., and to be closed
at 4 o'clock p. m.
There will be a separate voting pre
cinct in each ward, and in Ward 3,
two voting precincts, as follows:
Ward 1-Council Chamber.
Ward 2-New Court House.
Ward 3, No. 1-Herald and News
building in Friend- street.
Ward 3, Club No. 2-I. T. Timmer
man's store. -
Ward 4-J. W. White's store in!
Ward 5-At corner of Drayton and
The following have been appointed
as Managers of said election:
Ward 1-Jos. H. Hunter. Hiram
Speers, C I. Epting.
Ward 2-D. B. Werts, Jno. A. Lina
say, C. Burr Martin.
Ward 3. Club No. 1-Alex Sngleton,
W. H. Jones, J. B. O'Neall Holloway.
Ward 3, Club No. 2-L. S. Darby, J.1
A. Derrick, W. T. Clamp.
Ward 4-Jas. R. Davidson, Jas. M.
Bowers, C. P. Williams.
Ward 5-G. W. -Hiller, E. S. Cromer,
The attention of all candidates is
called to the following section of the
rules governing the primary:
"Sec. 3. The candidates receiving
the majority of all the votes cast for
the said offices of Mayor, Aldermen
and 'rustees of the Graded Schools
respetively, at said election, shall be
declared the nominees of the Demo
cratic party of said Town;. Provided,
That on or -before 12 o'clock noon on
Friday, November 24, 1911, each of
the said candidates shall have left a
written statement with the chairman
of the executive comittee that he is
a candidate and that he will abide the
results of such election and that he1
has paid the assessment. No vote
shall be counted for any candidate
who has not so pledged himself."
The attention of v'oers is especially
called to the following portion of Sec
tion 2, of the Rules.
"Sec. 2. All Democrats who shall
!have their names enrolled on the
Democratic club roll of the respective
Wards five days prior t.o the first pri
mary election, shall be allowed to
vote; Provided, That in the nomina
tion of Aldermen and Trustees for the'
Graded Schools from tne respective
wards', only those wnose names are
on the club rolls from each ward
shall be permitted to vote for Alder
men and Trustees of the Graded
Schools from that ward. The Demo-1
cratic Ward Clubs as organized for
the State and County Democratic pri
mary election are hereby recognized
Ias the Democratic Ward clubs of the'
ICity Democratic primary; Provided,
IThat only those members of the re
petveWard Clubs living within the
city limits shall be permitted to vote
in the City Dem'ocratic primary elec
tio. The secretary of each Ward
Club shall furnish to the secretary of
the City Deinocratic Executive Com
mittee a certified copy of the club rolls
of his Ward club containing a list of
the members of said club residing
within said Ward and within the city
limits, said list to be completed on
Thursday, November 23, 1911, and no
name shall be perintted placed on
said club roll after that date. Said
club rolls to be turned over to the
City Democratic Executive Committee
Ion Friday, November 24. The said
club rolls certified to by the secre-I
taries of the various Ward Clubs
shall have received a majority of
the City Democratic Executive Coin
mittee and certified by him as the roll
fur?shed by the secretary of the
Ward Club. to the managers, and shall
m '. tL r~itrationi for said
Saturday & Monda
Advance Showing ol
All little friends of Santa Claus 4
grand display of Dolls and Toys.
day of fun and delight for the litt
Doll opening. No matter how exte
much extra space I take from adjo
days immediately precedinq Christm
in which the selection of Dolls and
made as it would be now.
So I have my opening now for the convenience of the
not only can have abundance of time and ease, and evei
mas Gifts for the wee ones, but you can bring the child
satisfaction and comfort to them and to yourself. Yci
preference. I have the largest and best selection of D<
lieving, come and see for yourself. I can only mention
D al.............-.- - -- - .ic. to $5 1
)$1,25 and $1.50 Doll on opening day only $1 I
Doll Carriages.......... ......--.- 25c. to $5.00 I
Doll Beds.....---------. 25c. to 9.00
Doll Chairs--.-_ ..___. 10c. to 25c
Doll Tea Sets. .__.. 10c. to 3.00 1
Doll Houses ......._ ___.._. 25c. to 1.00 2
Doll Furniture.........-...------- 25c. to 50c d
Doll Water Sets. ......._- 15c.2
Dol T abes...........---..---.._..... 10c. to 25c I
and many other amusing toys to please the children. 'i
you, mothers, so come and enjoy the day with your chf)
BE TTER GOODS AT
The House of a T
wd,and only those Democrats19.
oenames appear on these certified Tecniae r sesda 0-r
rolssall be permitted to vote." lo :
fo candidate for the office .of Mao,$0
yror for Alderman or for Trus- Adre,$.0
e fthe Graded Schools in a ward Tuteo rddShos 5
alhave received a mapority ofNopegwilbacptdfm
tet such election, a second elec-an cndat uleshepo ra
Linfr the nomination of Mayor or ssmn spi ttetm ffln
oderman or for Trustee of thehpl' g.
.de Schools, as the case may be, Mageswlcllfrbx,tik
lle held on Friday, December 1,etan isruios tth ofce f
drthese rules; at which secondthserayinTeHal idNw
1cin only the two candidates whobuligothafennprcdg
ciethe highest votes at the for-eah lcto btw n3p.m ad6
rnr ction for the respective offices,p.m
hl e voted for; and, provided fur-ByodrfthExcieCom
hr n the event t!iere should be a te
i tthe second primary Lor 3Yayor(Sge)0B.Myr
n ldermen and Trustees of the ai an
~~~~~~~~rse fGraded Sco1,te t d rray (ind .H.o ls ,
shall b helanTeseays will&call,So r exes, ti
y, Nov. 25.& 27
Dolls and Toys
xre invited to come and see the
Your mothers can make this a
e ones by bringing them to the
nsive my preparation, nor how
ining sections of the store, the
as witness the inevitable crowds
Toys is not as satisfactorily
mothers who have these Dolls to dress. You
y facility yourself for the selection of the Christ
ren to the Great Toy Store with vastly greater
ls and Toys thatlIhave ever had. Seeing is be
a few of the T oys I will show at this opening.
rms --. -.- .- --.-------.. 10c. to 2.00
ons .- - - . - -- -----_. 1c. to 50c
'oy Blocks -- - _ _ -............. - - 10c. to 50c
"ricycles.- - E--...$1 .50 to $3.00
locking Horses_. _...- 1.00 to 5.00
ittos...............--.---- --- 4.00 to 6.00
team Engines ..................__. 25c. to 3.00
agic Lanterns-...------ 25c. to 3.00
forse and Wagon.-_....--._. Sc. to 50c
~'his is an opportunity that has never been given
FIE SAME PRICE AT
The Traveling Salesmen
and Photographic Demonstrators say, "The Swellest
Studio inthe South!"
Well, it is our wish to provide our patrons with as up-to
date and make you 'feel at home a place to be photo
graphed as anywhere to be found North or South. We
want you to call and see if we have made a good start in
that direction. We will keep on the alert for every new
improvement in our line pointing toward better and more
artistic results photographically.
Watch for this space in next week's paper and see a pic
0. & T. E. Salter's New (irounId Hloor Studio,