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PICKENS, S. C.:
THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1908.
Broke Loose Again.
"It is a reproach to the Amer
an people that the two great
>itical parties of this country
-, dominated absolutely by
vo men-the Republican party
Theodore Roosevelt and the
emocratic party by William
"It is a. reproach t) the white
sople of the country, and par
cularly to the white people of
e South, that any such con
mtion as that to be held at
enver is possible among a free
id self-respecting people."
Again the News and Courier
eaks loose. The obsession is
rrible; the lack of reason pa
jetic. If Bryan "dominates"
to party, in what manner is
is grip made effective? Just
the moment when Roosevelt
"dominating" the Republican
irty in the culmination of a
umpaign in which the full
>wer of an administration con
-oiling every office, and distrib
Ling scores of millions in pat
Inage, has been employed, the
outh's vote seized, and opposi
,ion crushed with an iron hanl,
is it fair, is it even decent to
couple Bryan's name with that
)f Roosevelt iA m
Will the News and Courier
Ay what itifluence Bryan pos
.sses except the honorably won
'Ifluence arising from regard
nd trust of the people? He has
ever had an office to give or an
fice to promise or a dollar in
atronage to bestow. Where
.e has struck it has been at the
rossly wveaithy and unjustly
trong. He has possessed no
* ver to move men, no external
ower to force his views uipon
xe public. All he. has Is his
.ersonality, and the faith of
With all the strength of the
Aiministration, and public pat
ronage enlisted in his behalf, it
as published that Taft's relatives
and supporters used much more
.han a half million dollars to
*;ecure his nomination. Where
hmas a dollar been spent for Bry
.an's campaign? Bryan's sup
port developed without organi
zation or effort on his part.
The allegation that it is a re
proach to the white people of
the country and the South In
particulai' that delegates have
been sent to Denver to voice
the expressed wish of the Dem
ocrats of the South and the
country, is stillness so vapid as
to be stupid.-[The State.
* John E. Sweari~ngen, a nephew
of Senator Tillman, is hii the
race for State Superintendent
of Education. Mr. Swearingen,
though totally blind, is one of
the most remarkable men in
I the State. He is a first honor
graduate of the University of
I, South Carolina. He Is a teacher
by profession, and for nine
years was a teacher at the state
school foi: the deaf, dumb and
blind at Cedar Springs. Mr.
Swearingen is in every way
qualfiedfor the position, 'and
he popleof the state will make
~' wfl'mstake In electing him to
For U. N. Meunnte
I beg to announee liy candhiey for the
Utnitt-d States ennitI ill the *approichiig Demio
ritie p iiasry. and I respect fully io Ielt -the
support of the Demuderate voters of this State.'
It. U. iiETT.
For Congress, 3d District
For SolIcitor 10th Circuit
I am a tainditate for the office of Solbkit;r of
he 10th .Iudicial Circuit of South Carolina,
ubject to the rulegt of the Democratie party. I
lave Oerved In court Coghnously for several
rears al couit stenographer 'atter completing
ny law course and I am faitliar wiih the work
nigs of tile courts. St. C LOXG.
I hereby'announce myself a etindidate for the
illee of Solicitor of the Tenth Circult. and
uledgei self to abkte the result of the primary
;lectlon, land to support the nominees of the
Democratic party in taid primary.
PROCTORC A. ION.AItI.
I hereby announice myself as a candidate foir
;olicitor of the 10th .Judiclal Circuit, subject to
the Deinocratic Primary election.
A. 11. DA GN\A 1L L.
Subject to the Demqocratle primary eleetIon.
I am a canididate for Solicitor of Tenth .ludicial
c.ircuit. J..J. M US%% AIEN
For H oume of tteprementattives
The imy friends of the lION. JAMES P1.
.\It iEY respectfully ainnontice lu ims a?. C ndli
date for ite-election to the House of Represeuta
tives, hubject to the netiton of the voters in the
For Clerk of.Court
I hereby announce myself a canudidate for
Clerk of the Coutt for tPickeus County, subject
to the netlin of the De.6oeratic Primamy.
FR.ANK E. COX. *
To tie Uitizens of Pickens County:
Thanking you for your conatdenee ant sup
port in t-e paistt and a suingI youthat I shall
always endenivor to prove worthy of it in the
future should you see tit to tigainli cnt ri-t me
with the ottice, I offer my-self a eandidate for
re election to the oiee ot I ieik of Court, %uh.
ject to the Demiioctattit piiarv eletoi.
ltiespectfully, .. .lOHN HOGGS.
I herehr iunnounCe mysehf i eanidhnte for re
electioii to thiet oite if Sherit, subtjert to the>
nieti of the vtbtern in. the Deiocratie primiary
clection., .1. U. .INNINGS.
I hereby iionnee myself as a canididate for
for Sheriff of lickeis county, subject to the
rules mid regulittions of the llemocratic party.
J. 'M. .JA 31EMON
I hereby annonnee myself as a canita(tte for
the o(11e of Sherif' of I'lkkens County. subject
to the iCtion of th le Democratile primary.
It. It. IARK.
I hereby ainnounce myrelf as i candidnte for
the office of Sherili of V'ickents county, subject
to the netion of the Deiocratte primairy.
CHlAS. 1, C;UR ETON.
I hereby on'er myself as a (-indIdtile for the
o1ice (if Coi ly A ulitor. subhije5t to the action
of the leioerulle pty in the primiry election.
\Vhile comp t 111ltIvly i yumI 111111, 1 feel com
petelt to 11 slchnirt he telt.i of the ofilce, and
If eiectemt I will hil-charge sild duties to ay best
Give the bioys a cinoce to show what
fhey (E ......'' .....- -- -. i- JIltai.
I hereiy ainoince myself a ciandidlate for re
s Iect C Ito tile ofuiee (if -' !ty .\ndior.subject
t, tile stion or tle vootr-o it the Denocratic
N. A. C IiIISTO I'lER.
For T reasurer
I herely announe n myself a candidate for re
election to the ottice of Treasurer of Pickens
count), sul.ject to the action of the voters in
the Democratic primary election.
It. ). GARVIN.
For Co. S pnvt. of Idueatlin
T hereby announce myself as a candidate for
re-election to the offIce of County Superintend
ent of Eduention of P'ickens County, subject to
the action of the Diemocratic nrimary election.
The friends of MRt. E. F. LOOPER announce
him as a candidate for re-election to the office
of Counry Supervisor, subject to the Demo
cratic rimary election
The many frienuds of .ex-Commissioner ROB
E~irT8~l TWAwRT respectfully announce him as
a cansdidate for the office of County Supervisor,
subject to the action of the voters in the pri
mary election. '. VOTERB,
For Coventy Coummsoner
I hereby announce m yse f a candidate fdr the
sficee of County Commissioner, sulbject to the
iction of the voters in'the primary election.
-A JEFF WE 140ORN.
With the consent of a few'friends I announce
mnyself a candidate for County Commissioner.
(buject to the primary election. l~ambi favor of
the Texas wide road system, so the meni who
have been planting cotton and cutting ditches
in a aix foot road will have to stand cack.
J1. E. GASSA WA Y.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for the
anfice of County Commiusioner of Pickens
Uounty, subjact to the action of the D~emocrat1l'
party in the prijuary election.
W M. ti. YOUNG.
The many friends of 0. WASH IOWEN an
nounce him as a candidate for re-election to
the office of County Commissioner, subject to
he action of the voters in the primary election.
I hereby announce myself 'a candidate for
Lormissioner of Pickens County, subject to
the action of the vetera in the D~emoeratic-r-.
mary electioni. S.'A. MC AJfaSTER. '
The friends of D) A PARROTT respectfully
unnounce him a candidate for re-election to the
>ilce of Coroner, subject to the action of the
roters in the Democratic primary election.
A t the solicitation of friends, I hereby an-.
iounce myself a candidate for Coroner of Pick
1s -connty, subject to the action of the D~enu- i
ratic party in tile primary eicction.
P. HI. 11000S.
For Magiutrate Pickens Township.
'o the Voters of Picens County, 8. C.;
I am a little disfigured, but st'iii in the ring
or the oflice of Magistrate. I Want all of you
oters to seek mue early, wie I may be found,
efore the election day draws nigh, when many
hail strive, but few shall enter in, and the
otes will be counted and the election managers
hall say to all who are not prepared; depart
romi us, we don't know you, slid go ye dpwn to
wheire the Whangdoodle mouirneth fo his first
orni. WV. C. liRAMfi'.TT.
I hereby. annoimee myself a canudidate for
lagistrate for PLQ0l.-owniship..'stbject to 3
ho action ofa the. voters in the Dlemoefatto prl .
ary elec16ni : ~N
ARE you going awa
on any over nIgl
need of replenist
travel with? Are all ti
first class order, or do 3
. We have some Sui
and durable, for travelli
A full line of
-Some of the hands
ever seen displayed-a
can be made up for,
To see them is'to
WHAT THEY s,
SAY AJBOUT I
H.AR R IS -t
Read This, Thu
To close out quickly we are r
Another lot Soc shirts at 35 C
- Men's undershirts rnd drawer
A big lot ladies' vests, the.i 5'
Hosieay to suit any one at th,
lotwthstanding we are right in ti
iem. You should see our 8 i -
ad anything to equal this.
EMBROIDERIlES-We do :
cents up. nig
The prettiest waist fronig
Vest .End ":
y for a vacation or on business? .
it trip? Is any of your apparel out
Ling? Is your Suit Case, Bag o
e hundred and one things needed I
rou need any of these necessaries?
ts in the two and three-piece kind
ng, whether for business or pleasur
Negligee Shirts, St
and Summer Undei
omest Suit Cases, Grips and Tn
il at the lowest possible prices tha
DU GET THE
[E might sty his black pepper at 10c per p
3ait and leave the hook alone if you want to.
utmeg Is a small item to advertise; you ha
great ba~ain you get 6 for 5e. Well.
zu fI 6-t U
ow for the Fruit Jars. these will be a big d
my price. Come quick, when this lot is out no
handle the Fruit Preserving PowdeV said to be
ust to show it can be done, I will sell b-st bleac
ome drives in work shirts and and overalls.
est Flour made at $5.65 a
md a good patent at $5.25.
ring me the produce. T *
ik it Over and C
st Values Yet 4
sn's Top Shirti
ow offerIng a lot of Men's $r,Oo sh
s, good quality, at 25 cents and 50
c goods, in seconds at ioc, 3 for 25
e lowest prices that prevail,
rier Dress Good
ie midst of the season, we have pa
3 cents ginghams, vihich we are sel
iot handle the "trashy kind," but gi:
:o be seen any where.
(. PA R
\re you going
of repair or in
r Trunk fit to
or traveling in
inks you have
t the materials
yund is a "bait," well take the
ve been buying 5 for 5e.
Jst to miake. Ai"ng .
eniand. Jobbers want
moro at the price.
ling at 10c yd. or '7 yde. $1.
irts for 7Oo ents each...
cents a gawment
t the prite-knife deep in,
ling for 5 cents.. Never
we you good goods from.