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SECRECY ABQUT FEDERAL PLAN
Measures for Protection of Americans
in Chihuahua Undertaken.
Ortiz, Mexico, J une {39.-Intricate
manoeuvres about which the greatest
secrecy 1B maintained aro In progress
under the direction bf Gen. Huerta,
who, if successful, may squelch the
Mexican rnvnlution within a wee':.
.yVith the entire rebel army fortl
fletjl at Bachlmba, 15 miles north or
here, the government strategists have
mapped out a plan to prevent a get
away by tho rebels. Whether the
telling blow will be delivered on flank
movements or a rear attack at a point
between Bachlmba and tho city of
Chihuahua cannot bo stated positive
ly to-day, hut It ls certain that there
will be no fighting for at least three
days. This time Is needed to give
the various detachments an opportu
nity to assume designated positions.
Ruse Puzzles Rebels.
Bachlmba, Mexico, June 20-What
apfiears to have been a ruse on the
part of tho Federals puzzled tho rebel
leaders for a time to-day. Instead
of advancing from Ortiz, when the
big bridge was completed, the Fede
ral columns adopted a dilatory
course, moving troop trains hack and
forth as if experiencing difficulty lu
bringing their artillery ahead. A
whole day was lost in this way while
the rebels hero patiently waited the
attack.
The Federals appear to bo playing
for time, and In order to engage
them, Gen. Fernandez, with 400
men, was sent out of Bachlmba and
probably will encounter the Federal
outposts, numbering 800, skirmish
ing being hourly expected.
American Flag Hoisted.
Chihuahua. Mexico, Juno 2!)-Pre
cautionary measures have been taken
here to prevent disorder after the ex
pected battle.
All Americans have arranged to
gather in one place in case disorders
prevail here. The American flag will
be raised and the American consul
will be In charge.
WILL GET TEN FOR ONE.
Denjocrats Playing "Puss in the Cor
' ncr," Says Teddy.
Oyster Bay, N. Y., June 30.-"It ls
just a game of puss in the corner,"
sall Col. Roosevelt to-night, when In
formed ot the happenings in Balti
more. The colonel had been picnick
ing all day, and did not know what
had boon going on until he returned.
When he was told that W. J. Bryan
had declared ho would not be a party
to the nomination ol' a candidate
supported hy Charles F. Murphy, ho
laughed heartily, "lt ls very funny,"
he said.
"But, of coursof" ho continued, "it
is preposterous to think of a conven
tion in which Bryan and Ryan are lu
good standing. Has anybody got any
Idea what that, convention is golnii
lo do?"
Pi ah s for t! . forma'. .< bf a now
liaHy ir*: -Hil beinf h*hi -ip to
await devoiop^'iV?n'ts ai Baltimore.
? l expected " be a bj ki to 'tay sonic?;
I.hlng definite a day or two ago,"
said the colonel, "but the Baltimore
convention is hanging on so that we
have been delayed."
A report that Ormsby McHarg, who
managed Col. Roosevelt's recent
campaign In some of tho Southern
States, bad declined to join the now
party was neither affirmed or de
nied, Col. Roosevelt saying that ho
had heard nothing ol' lt. William C.
Ward, ol' Westchester, he said, had
written him a "nice letter" explain
ing why he did not wish to leave the
Republican party.
"There are a good many men who
will take the same view," he said,
"hut for every man who leaves us, we
will get ten others who were not
with us before."
They're Hacking Teddy.
Denver, Juno 2?).-"Tho progres
sive party of Colorado" was incorpo
rated to-day, its chief object being
to further tho candidacy of Theodore
Roosevelt, or some other progressive,
for President ot' the Culled States.
Its Incorporates aro Ben D. Lind
sey, E. P. Constigan and Phillp S.
Va nc I sen.
Among tho purposes given for the
organization are thc election of dele
gates to a nationa] progressive con
vention and tho entering of a ticket
In the Stato election.
"Only True Republican."
Jersey City, X. J., June 2!?.- Thc
Republican county co m nfl t tee of
Hudson county, Now Jersey, met
here last night with thc announced
purpose ol' endorsing President Taft.
Instead ol' that, a resolution was
passed, by a vote of 31)0 to 21, de
claring Roosevelt the "only true Re
publican," denouncing the Chicago
convention, and asserting that the
President had gained his renomina
tion by fraud.
Will Close July Kb.
We, tho undersigned merchants
and bankers of Walhalla, hereby
agree to close our stores on Thurs
day, tho Fourth ol' July: Carter ?fe
Co., C. W. Pitchford. Norman Co.
lower store), Cash Grocery (lo., O.
H. Schumacher, Pitchford & Rold, lt.
A. McLoes, Moss ?fe Ansel. C. W. ?fe
J. E. Bauknight, Mrs. W. M. Brown
Co., Mrs. It. Callaway, Moody ?fe Hul
ton, The Enterprise Bank. Phillips
Market. Sunday hours will ho ob
served at the post office, All inter
ested will please take due notice and
govern themselves accordingly.
Cotton (.nods Market Firm.
?New York, Juno 3Q.-Tho cotton
grinds markets have boon firm and
steady all through the week past and
tho half year of tho jobbers closed
with values well maintained. This
condition ls In striking contrast with
that of a year ago, and is regarded
as notwoithy because firmness has
como while Presidential conventions
have boon in session.
Fundamentally the cotton goods
markets aro In a sound position, as
many mills have cotnracts that will
carry them through the summer if
further trade is done, and produc
tion is rest-icted because of tho diffi
culty of securing sufficient hoi p.
CLEMSON EXTENSION WORK.f?
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Preserving Fruit? apM Vegetables for
Ex Iii bit Purposes.
To preserve fruit and vegetables
for exhibition In order that they may
appear in their natural condition Is
a process little unuerstood by the
majority of people. Howover, if one
has the time and inclination to take
tho proper precautions, very little
difficulty will be experienced in pre
paring the fruit. Success Hes in the
proper selection of specimens for
preservation. As much, If not more,
deuends upon the selection and pro
per handling of the fruit and vege
tables than upon the formula, used.
Never allow specimens to become
fully mature, and, to meet with the
best success, they should be placed
in the presorvln Ruled fully two
days before thoroughly ripened. Tho
fruits selected should he in the best
possible condition and without blem
ish of any kind.
After washing in clear, cold water
to remove all dust, dirt, spores, or
other foreign matter, place carefully
In the receiving jar. Avoid handling
the specimens any moro than is really
necessary. After filling the jar as
full as possible without bruising the
fruit, the liquid should be poured iii.
Some writers recommend straining
the liquid through several layers of
cheese cloth. Tills Is a good plan.
Make the lid air tight and place In a
dark room at a temperature of HO to
40 degrees Fahrenheit. Tho jars
should be examined every few days,
and if found fermenting the liquid
should be removed, the fruit rinsed,
and new liquid used, varying the pro
portion of chemicals.
The following formulas have been
used quite successfully in preparing
fruit for exhibition:
1. To vegetables, such aa squashes,
cucumbers, onions, dissolve one pint
of pure, clean table salt In every gal
lon of water used. Allow this solu
tion to stand twelve hours then strain
through Bevern] layers of cheese
cloth and pour over vegetables.
2. For strawberries, blackberries,
raspberries and currants use clear
water-white kerosene, but bo sure
that no water remains on the berries.
3. For pears, peaches and plums
use one quart of glucose and one-half
ounce of formaldehyde to every gal
lon of water.
4. For apples use one and a half
ounces of formaldehyde to every gal
lon of water.
6. For fruit in general uso one
pint of glycerine, five ounces pow
dered borax to every gallon of water,
then after fifteen days add two ounces
formaldehyde to each gallon for dark
fruits, and two ounces of sulphurous
acid to all light colored fruits.
C. C. Vincent,
Associate Professor of Horticulture.
Cotton Ked Spider.
Even now In rome fields th? rod
pider is beginning to do its damage, !
and thi? will becojnO mo/c- evident
.s our warbuM dud d:ier summer
, weather comes m. 'fbi! da mano ? au |
. bo roeognlx.bd bj thc reddish discolor- i
allon of the leaf of the plant infested,
beginning at the base of the leaf
where the stem ls attached and
spreading out over the entire leaf.
Different from the damage done by
what is known as "cotton rust," thc
leaves affected hy the red spider
shrivel and drop off. Tho so-called
red spider is not a spider at all. but
a little red mite, which cuts into the
leaf and sucks the sap out of the
plant.
Infestation will he observed to be
gin usually near tho edge of the field.
This ls due to tho fact that the spi
ders pass through tho winter on
green vegetation, such as we com
monly find about tho edges ol' fields
and along aitch banks. When tho
cotton has become well started they
wander on to this and begin to
spread. They lay numbers of red
dish colored eggs on tho under sur
lace of the leaf, and spin over these
a find web to hold themselves to the
leaf while at work and to protect
their young. Various agencies, snell
as the plow going through tho field,
a s'ray dog, or tho wind, distribute
the pests for a distance often of many
yards.
Prom these facts lt can be clearly
soon that a good remedy for the rod
spider ls a preventive one-to keep
down by fall turning of the land the
green weeds common about the edges
of the field. The next precaution to
observe is not to let the pest get the
start. Spray the infested area with a
ono per cent lime-sulphur solution.
Make up tho same kind of solution
you used for a winter spray for the
seale on your peach and tipple trees
and dilute this about twelve limes.
If you do not recall how to make this
solution, full information will be
furnished upon request by the Divis
ion of Entomology, Clemson Col
lege. If you have tho commercial
lime-sulphur solution, dilute 00 parts
to one of tho solution. Apply this
with a spray pump with Vermorel or
misty nozzle, producing a fine mist
and get this to cover the under side
of tho leaves thoroughly. Should a
spray pump not be available, use an
old broom or something of this type
and attempt tho same thing. If these
stops aro taken as soon as the form
begins to spread, lt ls a comparatively
easy matter for a fanner in lils early
Benson to treat a whole acre evin
with a good bnrrol spray pump. The
red sjilder will bo noted as of much
more damage during dry weather
than when we have plenty of rain;
and often, though nor always, a good.'
heavy shower is better than any
remedial measure man can apply.
Wilson P. Coe!
Assistant Professor of Entomology.
Warships to Quit Cuban Waters.
Washington, June ?10. -The battle
ships of the third and fourth divis
ions of the Atlantic fleet, now In Cu
ban waters, wore ordered north to
their home stations. The gunboats,
however, will remain about Cuba, as
will also tho marine guard taken
there by tho battleships. The ma
rines, four gunboats, the cruiser Prai
rie and a number of auxiliaries, will
remain until there ls overy assur
ance that, tho rebellion has been-en
tirely crushed, and that there will
be no moro attacks on foreigners or
their property.
FROM SOUTH UNION SECTION.
Former Resident Critically III At
?i Home in Georgia-Locals.
South Union, Juno 29.-Si>eclal:
On last Monday evening we had a
very heavy wind, hail and rain storm,
which, however, did not do any great
damage to crops.
Farmers aro badly behind with
their work, and have no time to talk
with candidates just now.
Mr. nacl Mrs. Joe Farr, ot' Lavenia,.
Ga., visited at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. Thomas Sunday. This ls
Mrs. Farr's old home, and her many
friends are always glad to seo her.
She will visit her sister, Mrs. G. W.
Shirley, at Seneca before she returns
home.
The many friends of T. M. Rich
ardson will bo pleased to know that
he ls some better. Ile has been very
sick with la grippe.
Thomas Wiley, of Westminster,
visited friends in this section re
cently.
"Uncle" Jesse Wright, an old time
darkey, had the misfortune to lose
his barn, two mules, buggy, wagon,
corn and fodder Sunday morning by
lire. How lt originated ls not known,
lils colored friends will soon have
another barn erected for him.
Rev. A. l\ Marett, of Westmin
ster, In the absence of tho pastor,
Rev. Mr. Mitchell, tilled tho pulpit at
this place Saturday and Sunday, and
also preached a good sermon In tho
afternoon at Rock Hill on the sub
ject of temperance. Rev. Mr. Marett
was once pastor at this place, and he
always lias a warm welcome when he
visits here.
H. H. Cole has been on the sick
list, hut is up again, to thc delight
of his many friends.
Andy Sheriff, of Lavonla, Ga., vis
ited homefolks at Rock Hill Sunday.
Luther Smith and sister, Miss Cal
lie, of Viola, Ga., visited their sister,
Mrs. II. P. Sheriff, of Rock Hill, Sat
urday and Sunday.
News reached here Wednesday
that It was hardly probably W. T.
Walters, of Lavonla, Ga., would live
through the day. Mr. Walters ope
rated a farm near here for several
years, having moved to Lavonla
about two years ago. He has been
In feeble health about eighteen
months. Ills many friends will bo
grieved to know his condition is so
serious.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Dowls, of Viola,
Ga., visited relatives here recently.
The Sunday chool here ls pro
gressing nicely under the supervision
of W. P. Harton.
The election for trustees passed
off quietly hero with the following
results: J. W. Sullivan 77, W. P.
Barton 56, Ottle Dorris f>u\ Jesso H.
Smith 2f>. W. F. Casey 24, J. O. Par
tain 1. The first three named were
elected.
Mail Carriers Will Fly.
This is an age of great discoveries.
Progress rides in the air. Soon we
may - VMPIO Sam's mall carriers
flying .; all itrocilons, I rnuspbtMug j
mall. People i ti kb a Wondct'ful Intel"
esl ia a discovery that benefits! them.
?That's why Or Kt nv. s v? .v Discovery
? for coughs, colds and other throat I
and lung diseases ia LU?, mo-i poi
medicine In America. "It cured me
of a dreadful cough," writes Mrs. J.
F. Davis, Stickney Corner, Me., "af
ter doctor's treatment and all other
remedies had failed." For coughs,
colds or any bronchial affection lt's
unequalled. Price r>0c. and $1. Trial
bottle free at all druggists.
A guilty conscience needs no press
agent.
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4? ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Candidates' Cards under this head
ing will he inserted for the sum of
$.1-strictly tn advance. Please do
not ask us to charge to an account.
FOR SOLICITOR.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Solicitor of tho Tenth Judi
cial Circuit, and pledge to abide the
result of the D?mocratie primary and
lo support the nominees thereof.
JNO. M. DA NM FL.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
1 hereby announct myself a candi
date for County Commissioner of
Oconee county, subject lo the action
of tho Democratic party In the ap
proaching primary election.
D. F. RICHARDSON.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the Office of County Commis
sioner for Oconee County, subject to
tho rules of the Democratic primary.
W. E. GILLESPIE.
I hereby announce myself a candi
dato for the office of County Com
missioner of Oconee, subject to rules
of Democratic party governing pri
mary elections. J. B. TOMPKINS.
I hereby announco myself a candi
date for County Commissioner, sub
ject to Democratic primary rules. I
thank the voters for their past sup
port. J. L. CHASTA1N.
I hereby announco myself a candi
date for County Commissioner, sub
ject to tho rub . governing Demo
cratic primary elections,
ROBERT THOMAS.
At the solicitation of friends I
hereby announco myself a candidate
for County Commissioner of Oconee,
subject to action of Democratic
party in the primary elections.
D. II. STANCIL.
I hereby announce myself a candi
dato for County Commissioner of
Oconee, subject to the action of tho
Democratic party In tho primary
election. II. C. WALKER.
I hereby announco myself a candi
dato for County Commissioner of
Oconee, subject to tho action of tho
Democratic party In tho primary
election. E. D. KINO.
I hereby announco mysolf a candi
date for County Commissioner of Oco
nee, subject to tho action of tho Dem
ocratic party in tho primary election.
JACKSON L. MILLER.
I heroby announce mysolf a can
didate for County Commissioner of
Oconeo, subject to the action of the
Domocratlc party In tho ensuing prl
I maries. W. R. HUNT.
FO? UNITED STATES SENATOR.
I hereby announce* myself a candi
date tor the United States Senate,
subject to the rul?s 'of tho DerrVo
cvatlc party. Your support abd In
fluence will be appreciated.
N. B. DIAL, Laurens, S. 0.
FOR JUDGE OE PROBATE.
At the request of friends, I hereby
announce myself a candidate for the
office of Judge of Probate for Oconee
County, subject to tho rules of the
Democratlo primary.
V. P. MARTIN.
I hereby announce mysolf a candi
dato for tho ofllco of Judge of Pro
bate for Oconee county, Biibjoct to
the rules of the Democratic party
governing primary elections.
JOHN B. S. DENDY.
EOR CONGRESS:
I hereby announce myself a can
didato for Congress form the Third
Congressional District of South Caro
lina, subject to thc action of the vot
ers of the district in the Democratic
primaries. MARCUS C. LONG.
FOR CLERK OF COURT.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidato for re-election for tho of
fice of Clerk of Court for Oconee
County, subject to tho action of the
Democratic party In tho primary
election. JOHN F. CRAIG.
FOR SUPT. OF EDUCATION.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for County Superintendent of
Education, subject to rules govern
ing the primaries. 1 appreciate '.ho
support given me four years ago.
THOS. A. SMITH.
I hereby announce myself a candi
dato for re-election to the office of
Euperlntendent of Education of Oco-j
nco County, subject to tho rules of
the Democratic party governing prl
mary elections. WADE C. HUGHS.
FOR COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Supervisor of Oconee '
County, subject to the action of the
Democratic party in the primary elec- ;
Hon. YANCY C. LANGSTON.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of Supervisor of
Oconee County, subject to the action
of the Democratic party in the pri
mary elections. J. R. CLELAND.
At the solicitation of friends I !
hereby announce myself a candidate
for Supervisor of Oconee County,
subject to tho action of tho Demo
cratic party in the primary elections.
AUGUSTUS T. SMITH.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for County Supervisor, subject
to tho action of tho Democratic
party In the primary election.
W. C. FOSTER. j
Feeling that I can well serve tho
public of Oconee I hereby announce !
myself a candidate for County Super- '.
visor, subject to rules and action of
Democratlo party. I
VT r.rv^: v TTftnsoN. i
I (ieroby annotir.ee myself .* unndi ..
?or thc office bi Supervisor of.
Oconee County, isubjeet to Hx action j
,)!' ib" Den.?Cl ll tl? pai'f. in Hie )>:-i
mar j v.^. -.v... -;.
W. N. WOOLPRIG1IT. I
The friends of W. A. GRANT !
hereby announce him ns a candidate
for tho office of Supervisor of Oco- !
nee County, subject to the rules of ;
the Democratic prvty in the primary
elections.
The friends of NATHANIEL PHIL
LIPS respectfully announco him a
candidate for re-election to the office 1
of County Supervisor, subject to the
action of tho Democratic party In the i
approaching primary elections.
I hereby announco myself a candi
date for the office of County Super
visor, subject to the action of the
Deinocratlc party in the primary elec
tions. L. H. V. HOBSON.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for Supervisor of Oconee |
County, subject, to tho action of tho
Democratic partv In tho primary i
elections. J. BENNETT HILL.
POR COUNTY TREASURER.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office ol' Treasurer ol'
Oconee County, subject to the action
of tho Democratic voters in the pri
mary election.
ROBT. M. SANDERS.
At the request of friends, 1 hereby
announco myself a candidate for
Treasurer of Oconee County, subject
to the action of the Democratic
party In the primary elections.
J. W. REYNOLDS.
I hereby announce myself a can
didato for Treasurer of Oconee
County, subject to the action of (he
Democratic party in tho primary
elections. W. S. (IRAIII...
In accordance with thc rules of
tho Democratlo party, I hereby an
nounce myself a candidate for nom
ination as Treasurer of Oconee
County. JOHN II. BROWN.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for tho office of Treasurer of
Oconee county, subject to the rules
governing the Democratic party In
tho primary elections.
RICHARD W. GRUBBS.
I respectfully announco myself a
candidate for the office of County
Treasurer, subject to the rules gov
erning thc Democratic party in the
ensuing primaries.
R. HENRY A HEX ANDER.
FOR CORONER.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of Coroner of Oco
nee county, subject, to the action of
the Democratic party In the primary
elections. GEO. L. ABBOTT.
I horeby announco myself a can
didato for tho of?leo of Coroner of
Oconoo County, subject, to tho action
of tho Democratic party In tho pri
mary elections. WHIT KNOX.
Tho friends of JOHN G. REEDER
respectfully announco him a candi
date for the offico of Coroner of Oco
noo County, subject to tho action of
tho Democratic party in tho pri
mary elections.
At tho solicitation of friends, I
announco myself a candidate for tho
office of Coronor of Oconeo county,
subject to tho action Of tho Demo
cratic, party in tho primary elections.
JEFF B. MARETT.
JOHN
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EASY TO PUT ON
Being; manufactured at Ai
Roofing can be delivered on
promptly attended to.
As good as any Metal Shit
able prices.
Call and see mc before plac
A TIMEl
It is now timo of year
fit in tho way of shoes and clot
surpassed in thc county for Ix
When you want, the best at t
store to do your trading.
FOR MEN, WQM
we have everything suitable ft
men and boys to buy their clo
apparel. Tho girl children cn
ular at this store-neat Givigli
rics. Also, slippers, hosiery,
reputation for looking after th
here to supply your every 1
Goods, Dress Goods, Notions,
It is a Great Pleasure
C. W. PITCHFORD, (The
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HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES.
1 hornby announce myself a candi
date for tho House of Repr?sen
tatives from Oconoe, subject to Hie
action of Hie Democratic party in the
primary elections.
J. It. HELLER.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for re-election to tho House
of Representatives from Oconee,
subject to the rules governing Dem
ocratic primary elections.
JOHN 13. HARRIS.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for tho House of Representa
tives from Oconee county, subject to
tho rules of tho Democratic party
governing primary elections.
M. R. MCDONALD.
I hereby announco myself a can
didate for tho House of Repr?senta
tives from Oconee county, subject to
the rules of the primary election.
W. M. BROWN.
At the solicitation of friends, I
hereby announce myself a candidate
for the House of Representatives
from Oconee, subject to tho action of
tho Democratic, party In the primary
elections. (REV.) J. B. TRA MICH.
I hereby announco myself ns a can
didate for the Houso of Representa
tives from Oconee county, subject to
tho action of the Democratic party In
tho primary elections.
FRANK II. SHIRLEY.
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR.
At tho solicitation of friends I
hereby announce myself a candidate
for Auditor of Oconeo county, sub
ject to the rules and regulations of
tho Democratic party.
ARTHUR F. FINLEY.
Having been solicited by my
friends, of whom several aro old
Confederate veterans, whom I de
light to honor, I announco myself a
candidato for nomination as Auditor
of Oconeo County, subject to tho
rules governing tho Democratic
party. OSCAR HARRIS.
I hereby announco myself a can
didate for nomination as Auditor of
Oconee County, subject to tho rules
governing tho Democratic party.
I). A. SMITH.
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ndcrson, any style Shingles or
short notice. All orders
lgles, and furnished at reason
ing your order.
,Y HINT.
to give tho children a now out
hing. Our linc of goods is un
nutty, durability, and fashion,
ho closest prices como to this
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)r wear. This is tho placo for
thing, oxfords and all wearing
n bo fitted cut in c\ery parti?*
nuns, Lawns, and tho new fab
ctc. Thc Indies all know our
cir wants. There is something
iced. Always tho best Dry
Slippers, Hosiery, otc.
j to Show Our Goods.
riacc to Buy Everything).
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FOR MASTER.
I hereby announco myself a candi
dato for Master for Oconee county,
subject to Ibo action of tho Demo
cratic voters In thc primary election.
W. M. FENNELL,
FOR STATE SENATE.
1 hereby announce myself a candi
date for Sfato Senator from Oconee
county, subject to tho action of tho
Democratic voters In tho primary
election. IC. E. VERNER.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the office of State Senator
from Oconee County, subject to tho
action of the Democratic party lu
the primary elections.
I. I). FINCAN NON.
FOR SHERIFF.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of Sheriff of Oco
nee County, subject to tho action of
the Democratic party In tho primary
elections. J. N. FITZGERALD.
I hereby announco myself a can
didate for the office of Sheriff of
Oconee County, subject to tho action
of the Democratic party In tho pri
mary elections. JOHN W. DAVIS.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for ibo office of Sheriff of
Oconee County, subject to tho action
of tho Democratic party In the pri
mary elections. M. W. GIBSON.
I hereby announco mysolf as a can
didate for the office of Sheriff of Oco
noo county, subject to the action of
tho Democratic party in tho primary
elections. W. M. DILLARD.
T hereby announce myself a candi
dato for re-election to tho office of
Sheriff of Oconeo County, subject to
tho rules governing tho Democratic
primary elections. W. M. KAY.
At tho solicitation of many friends
throughout tho county, I horoby an
nounce myself a candidato for tho
office of Sheriff of Oconee County,
subject to tho rules govornlng Dem
ocratlo primaries.
CRAYTON P. WALKER.
I hereby announce mysolf a candi
date for tho office of Sheriff of Oco
nee county, subject to tho action of
tho Democratic party In the primary
elections. JAMES C. SHOCKLEY.

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