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r || HORTON
I I John A. Horton
L I ing to a close wh?
pne of the cleane
f .1 waged in the Ti
District. . He has i
y I t|*e private lives 01
of his opponents,
and fearless in di:
I and privileges of
Some of ihe Cot
are opposing Mr
frank and open m;
I died the Labor Q
| are forced to adm
fj us auvucaicu aiijr u
| right between ma:
need such men wh
courage to come 01
discuss issues in thi
Horton's friends a]
District are confidc
win. Those who a
with the political si
is going to lead the
race and be an EJ
1THE SECOND. 1
Mr. Horton best d<
he is a TRUE F
TAEIOCS ALL ABOIT
The plural of wolf is wolves every- j
"where except in Laurens county.
So many people are figuring on th-L'
retur;.:3 in the ro'ernors race. v Some j
of tiitLi know about as much aoout ii;
; as Junius hison's pet crow.
Some people call the new park
"Mosquito Park." They sayr the
mosquitoes are there by the millions, j
There are sta ;n e: pools of water i
I and old swampy places rigiit in the!
city limits tliat should be cleared. Is '
all along Scott's creek looked after'
;f J\ELU. W
A WINNER. I |
of Belton, is bringit
his friends term
st campaigns ever .
not indulged in any
has he attacked
l vitm av%v& v* ?*?mj
He has been bold
(cussing the rights
ton Mill Officials
. Horton for the
inner he has han[uestion,
tit he has not said
tiing that was not
n and man. We
o have the moral
ut in the open and
sir true litrht. Mr.
II over the Third
;nt he is going to
ire in close touch
ituation believe he
in 1*1%a fii*of
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iSY WINNER IN
rhose who know
> not doubt that
RIEND OF THE
as it ought to "be?
"What Happened at 22" is what will
take place at the Opera House next
uc-vi-iy in J.c motion picture show,
when a southern girl solves a bis
'J Jere will doubtless be a crowd at
the PoTii.jria barbecue Saturday September
2, for two or more reasons. It
is to be for the benefit of the Methodist
parsonage and Senator McLaurin will
It will be worth the trip to go to
Laurens Saturday or Sunday, if not
both days, t> the all-day singing con
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HE STANDS I
ment to the far
He believes i
that the farmei
COTTON and s
He is a man
i vontinn Whpn ir onmes to 2X50d sine
' ing put Laurens county in the front
Don't pusli tne man who is out of
a job and can't help himself, if he
| eves you anything. These are hard j
i times to most people, but more so to
the man who has lost his job on account
of the war.
It would be a great thing for this
city if everybody in it had sense
enough not to throw thsir empty tin
cans into the back yards or streets
! to get full of water and breed mosqui!
r*T.nr?iT>ior>c! nocein<r t.hrmip'hl th'Q
J-/A U JULi AJLl ^ A o pwugiiiQ WM* W? ^
city say the Opera. House is the most
comfortable and best equipped moving
picture show they have ever been
in. This is high praise coming fron
til; 3e who know; and it is well deserved.
When the loss of his job comes to a
man through no fault of his; to a
man who loves to work and who hates
idleness, it is a tough proposition. It
i? a hard lot to fall to one whose
wcrk has always aimed to be of benefit
to others and whose heart has
never borne hatred fori his fellowmen.
Next Tuesday will tell the talc
Everybody is looking forward to that
C: y to see who will be nominated and
Who will be among the chosen few?
will ring the joy bell to some and the
death knell, politically, to others.
^ - 1- ?*? UJit
ine day win uring uittei j
ment to most of the candidates, for
many are called but few are chosen.
Who will be among the chosen few
There is so much cleaning up that
could and should be done in the city
to make it more beautiful <ind health1;
I We bet there are tin cans in
some back premises that have bee/i
there almost hince Noah's flood. 'Sickly j
September is coming, and the mosquitoes
are hanging- on like the European
v.*ar. The mosquito fleet] isi giving
battle to mary a defenseless home in
the live hours of the night.
In some cities the empty tin cans
^re picked up and carted ia.way "by or-j
ler of the authorities, and those in
the Trvirif -cards and ear^ens of citizens
are ordered to be removed. But wben
thrown out in the limits of the city 1
ol Newberry they remain until boys'
^ ant them for the tails of dogs?only
the cans outnumber the tails and.
T oys don't indulge iir ttfat1 pastime sj
in a former generation.
"Wfrat Hb-p-pened at 22," a mystery "
l n. i
mers, on long, ei
n perfecting the
rs will be able
*11 as the marke
of the People ar
I story of unusual interest and fascina- :
| tion, with Francis Nelson and ATtliui ,
I Ashley in the leading roles, is the attraction
coming to the Opera House
; Tuesday. It is a five^part I'Alorld
Film feature produced by the Froh
man Amusement company ana uireeied
"by -George Irving from an original
stony by Paul Wilstach.
The next marriageable cou/ples ar3 ,
looking ahead. :
Wfoat with people coming and going,
traveling on railroad trains and j
I A New Cong
direct from t
to store and
t demands it.
tions will find in
id for the Feoj
in auto-cars, crowding moving pict
Lire shows, feasting at barbecues and j
it other gatherings, congregating in |
the mountains and at the seashore, j
2nd various other vrr.73 spending
money, some -seemingly having much j
to spare, it is hard to realize that it is j
necessary for some men to lose their;
jobs. Yet it is true; men are thrown
out of employment at a time when living
is a difficult problem.
Dr. J. A. Meldau would make a
good chairman of a board of health.
foil Really W<
ressman From r
Win in the Seci
||p '**?'? %
[ HENRY C
hold their f
t him a true I
T!:ere are men in this city who wouldT
do tilings were they in position to actNewberry
needs men in more than
one department who will look after
;I:c health. cC t^e citizens of the p'ace
and do something besides acting as
ornaments to the town. This is no
place for the keeping up of pets, an*
office is no place for men who don't
need it only to fill it for their pleasure,
convenience or comfort. Men ore
needed who will work for tie benefit
of the city.
fhis District il
ond Race! I
mvv v iff i it i
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