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The Movements of Many People
Newberrians and Those Who
shterit' Mi. Mt. muroni wvas in co
Clarenleo C. Sligjh, of (Ir-evilwood, i:
visiting relatives inl thlis cotonty,
Iter. WV. K. Slighi made44 ai buines:.
trip to (oltlllhii oil yestel ray.
Airs. cont wattr, or mirminigham,
Ala., is oi it visit i. it fIw dIlys Witi
her aun111, 11I.eS. 0sboine WYells.
Prof'. 1). (. Caldwell, of 11rlskl<n
cq)lvtg, will pn,aileh inl thei A. It..1P.
('i111-elh till iext S11nalily Imlorinil:g.
8111vta t -l tl or Col . L'. 1vIp ills is il
(' Ilumba attNIro. n i t meer tig ol'
11t dispensa-Y inlvestigntillg omImIIIi(
Aliss NI v11 'loweor rI-trneliv tol
Tu'lemdain>m1101 4 Philelpit,l whlene
sie is vel 11mile titd lNr.vir Nlawr
Aut i. d Ales t.arnst thu-l Iiiton
und Nliss Sallie (Iarlingon, who havk
beni visi(ilng reli es l in t lit y il the it for
smveral weeks. lefftill Weldnesta V.
Ilr. . 1. It. 'Neall loarritton 1and41
Nilt.s. C'harles Kier, ol, Nlississiplpi, nt'
fer vis,iting relative, inl Newherr-y 'or
S01m1t till l' e t for the(,i li t om on
Nir, ( tiln Il. ],title ill n Andei son
Kintemti upmln lt State conivenl
tionl ofthe Farmer Co-operative
1.11'IIot ir l l e i \ r e. ts t Mr tg i.
Lecture at Opera House.
Ier. . AI F.larris ofi tihe 1evor-i
lilt'h1strial 11411te till givv a practival
dd ln "untlival CI'hiity''
Cl hildera ll'se ayt Whuniyrer
T!!it ' p 111lit' i, erdll11Y i \ it t'd t liat
etn fth1is entrtinmnt.t4 fl1I .\mission
bY tleth t,11, t1Blioy's and.
The Hoge School.
Thile t1 1 .11ntorival vn illst i' ilt
nith lnadle tit' t liet le sclhool vtol
ored) was h0l tn Wednesay night.
The met.i was awated tio .oseplhint e
t. spe:l-man, withl hononable eneltiol
oi ll'gelna Williams.
A Dolightful Occas.on.
eluw. and lrs. 1-'. F . . v:is vier
home Io a1 unmh1eitr of Ilhe yollmx pevo
ple of NOiew hti' o Neitnty Ni. ,evv
Fo d lic"Itil. ti'itlt' Nh.tsAlv .111ev iot
in, nhn o f ai't'n .\e:lr,f
\0)"se . h is visitill.- I Ii!.ss a
wle st e.1 d A ls. an i s t ll oiim .
n end muh n iitntd b iy l ets
bntWednetlay West eni dn n
aughter of thels Confd ea.
ITeeing #am. l)l4 lonhtok'-d t,
hmwet~t, Br ahe t'nfederacy will
meeth wthry , .. W .st-'hu d n Tufegs
Children'sDa atr Whitmire.
>BTh e lamdst a ehng ishape:
W hie will~t elbate ehiiin
4' res ~et uat w il elpvrt n l adde
Dr trme "s secalyhap we
takn toth hiirn an a ntr
A plesantoccaion s execte on
FOR GOOD ROADS.
Resolutions Adopted By the Rural
Letter Carriors' Association of
TeItuiril 1,01ter Car-riers' associn
tionl of Newherry lillty iet in the(
comurio<mte onl WNednlesdaly. Flighteenl
or tle t weity-tir-ev carriers of the
oIIIty joiled the lissocitionl.
J1. 1). Sithll wats eleetedl presidenlt,
1H. A. Sligli, ice-presidt and W. 0.
Peterson, secrtairy 1n 111tr(1as1uror.
Thle followiig delegites were eleet
V%d to Ilte state conlventition, which will
Imleet at 1lni1111vlns. S. C., .Jgly 3 and 4
next: R. A. Sligh 11ad \. I . Peter
S41n: lternattIIw, ,1. Y. ,Jones andl WN.
The rollowing resoluitiois were
Wherels, Somllit of I1he hligliways
OVr Whichl the rura1-411 lete carriers
trivel Ilre ill halid condlitionl, a ( ,
Wherells, Some of Ilie highwAys
ha11vo had Ito over-Seers IIp)poilnte over
(teml this year. Iml some lit' (Ihe rollds
have lt beenl worked in severl- years,
Whereas, We believe that the high
ways. travellt'd by dh riual letter
arritrs, shonhd lIve the Ilrst atteni
tioln of the supervisor; Iherefore he it
1. That ilt,he l ltentio lt' tle siier
vistir le calletd to the coidition of thie
r,011%ds, and li at Ie It' reluestedI to
have the roatis along which the rural
lter varriters travel ilut in good ol
2. That the siipervisor he request
I'd to app1inlt vompetentml overseers and
see t1hat the roilds le pill in gooll or
deri' it e'ie. and that I(lw Siperv1ViSor
i(lpt, heSaid roads41 and1( See that
they are inl .ooll repair. Amid we ire
Spek" uI'lly ask lie patronis of, tle tir
tireint ruts (t) do all ithe. ealn to
see that it rad.S are pu1t inl ,-tood eonl
lT conveitii then adjoiuIned t4o
meevv lte fivst liN1111.y inlepeme
at 11 o'elock n. Im.. in tlit co rt hous .
1,11lowii art lilt Iunes ot' (hose
\ h' havei nr-11olivil themselves as mlm
i.ls ol' it,w associ a t'll: N vewherrv:
W. (I. Peterson. roite No. I .ln4.
A. Peterson. route No. 2: W. 11. Eililv.
notie No. -1-; F. 1'. DesVore, r-411tv No.
i: T. C. Chmlmers, route No. 6i; .l. Y.
.lones, route No. 7.
Kinlands :---.1. I). Smit h, roui1te No.
1: .1. W. ). .lmhnson, route No. 2.
Silver Stret:- M. 1. Sheppard,
routt No. 1: W. E.. Perry. rmite No. 2.
W hi tm ii rt:-Delhatie Metls, route
Pomaia: . S Seht,rouite N"o.
1: 1.. A. Shealy. roie No. 2.
- Slghs:-R.A. Sli-Ih. romte No. 1;
.1. 31. Kempson. oute No. 2.
L.ittle Mlimliin:-T. 1). Ro41land(,
rolutv N%. 1.
Prosp'erity:- - . C. Coints. Utlie
No. -1: .1. 1.. ir-mian, route No1. 5I.
R esolut ions.
4''it'resolte hv'N4~ iihei l"anioft'i
nItI r II the Nwhery Fateriti
1. Thai:t thte aut horized c'apit al
'.t-tek oft the Newheriy F"r:teityI llall
I 'empany he inine d so as~ to make
4 1ll- an'theri eiaptt o' therCom
'10nil't . ientoutand tollar ivd bhed
i:tt' ire hudedl r,o the poipiv 11(ar
\tl no et tit ledlr on o' eadbt'i'v
enihsand141 tl d llar ' diviied bno w
lre as areotit't ths~dee iilr valo
wittd timte Ztockhther eofie oai
en m'iainy,en for the acti ten
nia ofeti heehr' le to he helds
n.im.ier h 1sgRo of the build-ess ha
.eeted byta cr theomany gnuestd
wll stei (lthettl Th omewhery
ar. d., anditat thate solut pions h
publ~is f'o withelpm ae u redb
taoa anfntie ofmideetinst asond
a of be.n Tnnle meertisipo.
taut.and te t e o. shor
Anir ~'l Urenst reqe mist'l1lt
omeara tilea the itgomittee on,
etdertainmientpe fo the SemiCenten-m
~Vnia of the le orettothdou.
the will eerin oThe omine
aedapointed tha s~yod few replie
ofeud et to usean thge potalcr
is iliib h atrishim
Annual Commencement ;and' Semi
Cential Exercises Begin'Sunday,
Thle annua l omenclemlenlt nd14 tht
semi-evi1teinial exercises of Newlei
e college will Iegini oil Sunday, uIni
10. Tie past session, Ilwhich will marl
the Close of ll,ty years of usefulness
hits easily been the inost successfu
session in the history of the collegc
whicihe hails experienced a1 steady an,
heatlhy giroWIh luiniilg the list decad,
Crowds are expected in Newberr
t'rom every ]ait of tile state and froi;
many of Ite southiern states. An at
I'raet ive an interesting priogram iha
hweln airanlged. A 1niber of til
presidents 1 I le o1thler Colleges o
8othl Carolina will bie iwresenit 111
will flake parl inl ilit exercises.
'resideit 1). It. .Johiisoni, of WVinl
thirop, and President Benjaain Sloat
of the Soith Carolina 1n.1liversity tim
President II. N. Snyder, of Wofford
anld some ot, thle othler presidenits8 wil
It is very probable that oin Tues
day aftertnoonl ait 3 o'clock of comll
enilceenI t week the Corner stone o
tie Carnegie Thiehnologicail buildiln;
will be laid.
At (lite banlet to be given by th<
alumni assoeiation, )r. Gveorge I
Cromer will tct its tolst lilfter ai<
ille t,ollowinlig respolses will be maide
h'lie A1umn1i nd 111 the1v Collee-l1on
A. F. L1,ever., or ILeXilgton.
Phlyshilt vs. Phyl sies-Dr. W. (1
1louseal. of' Newherir1.
0ur Alima 1.1ter an1id ler Missim1
-1)r. .1. M1. Kihler. of Newherry.
THE NEWBERRY SCHOOLS.
Successful Session To Be Brought Ti
Close Tonight-The Graduates.
.\nolher sucevssful sessionl ol, ihli
Nt-wherry graded s0hools, under st,
i eriinatenidenit Stucekevr's admninistria
tion. hIs bet-1n broulgh 0 ito at close.
All itilerestllg andl(] attractive pro
-ramil fIs beenl ar 11and for the clos
inlll exercises. to bie hield inl thle open.
house toig:lit begilimilng promptly a
8.30 o 'elock.
h'llere ainre tlirtjeen grau(hantes in tIh
class of 1906, as follows: Misse
l.'lliv .jlaeobs. Ver'na M.1avhin, i b
Slmmer. Louise Hilpp. -ilook Sim
111011s. LI'va oggans, Juaniita I,via
Fl'anniv 'lolloway. Florencep Ilowmlan
Vanlessa Williams. Virgillill 0Chalm1er
.\1nie Tayloir an Alan Joistwie.
The ehitss chose five to represel
livtn by retadiig essays tonight
hl'lies. with tleir subjeets are:
Ahm .Joh list onle-Forrest.
E.,va (Iwns- Beatiies of' Nature
Lou1ise lIippl-litfe thle Two Pailhs
1100k; Sinmiioius- 1listorical Sketel
.1 nani a Vi-':ns -n hieit lridue.
'Te readiing 'f' the essays will be
t'ol lowed lby enu athlress by ltelRev. J1
1!L Thioirnwell, of' Fort Mill.
i'The openi ig pra'Zyer1 will he' mad.
NATIONAL JIM CROW CARS.
A Feature of the Railroad Rate Bi
That Worries Re.nul.licane
Atan all-day stessio'n ofC the'con
'eiretes on the irailroadl raite bill ni
congret.'n ani TI' '.l'ay a nuni:.er o tnO
dlisjutted aiil'iihntent w er ' a .. ted ti
time10 wasLi dn.'\. 1 to 3' aise'Isijon o1
Ste so-tcallted ' 'Jim Crow"' car Iro
visionl. This anmnent has give
the republiican confIX.m somfi'econ
eern'i b'ecause aof the opposition.: mad.
by itorthe'rn ntegroes against the al
leg~ed pincuiple involved in te sepa
iratIion of the0 races. Sena tor Tilmai
anniltoe.ced that lit wonl not consen
to ainy chiangie in thle Senate prvi
Wh~ien thwecontferetes adljo'urned foi
the day every amneindmnt in' thle bil
l.ud been gone over. Twenty-t wo of
hie titty-thiree af~dnemets have beer
dispose'd of, eit her by acceptance 01
re,ject ion, the indicantion being. thaI
most hiave beenl acte'ltd.
'[he iiportant amnidntmnts arn
still subijets of considleration, andl( th<
inditcatioins are that a speedty agre
menlt cannolit be hoped for. The ex.
press5 c'omlpanyi amendment is still dis
agreed to; the pipe line amendment
is also one of those noat set tied.
Mr. Tidal's Successor.
Giovernor Hleyward aippoinited Fiti
ager of the Statk. a1 membher o'f the
his T2ricl commisior>. in phtice of the
late J. E. Tindal, who was killed
recently by falling fromn a street Ear.
Mr. McMaster has taken much inter
est in this work and will doubtless be
a v'aluabte addition to the board.
- Enjoyable Entertavinment by ths Stu
dents of Mrs. Palme; on Tues
The song recital by the pupils ot
- Mrs. Nellie Sweeney Palmer on
Tuesday evening was very much en
joytd by a large number of . the
friends of Mrs. Palmer and her pu
I pils. Mrs. Palmer has been in New
berry for several months giving vocal
lessons, and her pupils have made
gratifying progress, as was evidenced
On Tuesday evening. ,The recital- was
Oven at the home of Mrs. J. H. West.
The program was as follows: .
''The Swallows,'' Cowen-Mrs. J.
'Sing Me to Sleep," Green-Miss
lessie Sehumpert; Mr. Otway Sal
''Out. On the Deep,'' Lolr-Rev.
(eo. A. Wright.
IDuet, ''0 Talit we Two Were May
ing,'' Smith-Miss Lizzie Salter and
Mrs. J. H1. West.
''Magnetie Waltz Song,'' A'llditti
-Mrs. F. M. Boyd.
''Angels' Serenade," Braga-Miss
- Lizzie Salter; Mr. Otway Salter, vio
'Waltz-Son,' Villa; '' The Last
Rose of Summer,''-Miss Sallie Bur
- All Through the Night''-1er.
Geo. A. W'right.
'Serenade,'' Sohub-ert. ''Call Me
lack.'' Cowen-Mrs. J. H. West.
The Farm For Boys.
A prominent (corgia citizen, il a
speeel delivered to a body of travel
I mienl of the State, directed atten
t0in to tle prosperity of the people
of Gorgia, and emphasized the fact
tlit "the farmer is mllore independent
than a king.'' lie said ''The boys
of the farmers are content to remain
at home and learn to till tle soil.
They have u(lit llshinlg oty to the
towns in searchl of clerical positions.
v'I'llo are stayin.i at home helpin:. to
develop the g'rea t est count n O
a Ith." ''lis inl indeed an1 encor
n.uing. report froml OGh.
t'ominlfilig 111onl vhat has beenl
lloted' above. (Ihe Savan 11n Press
says: ''The farmers' boys wh.Ilo are i
far wiser titanl those who are hunt
iIIg, easy jobs ill the towns. With cot
toll bringing 11 cents a pound there is
more money to he had in the country'
than ill the cities. All of the young
arImlers who are at all thrifty are
tle present good tiies coitillue tihey
will be elassed as rich men in their
respetive commim Ili ties by the time
they are fortv vears of age.''
Th'lis voniditionl of thle farmIlers h)ov
is niot conitinled to anly onle State.- but
prevails 11l over the Sout11. The hoy
w1o leaves the fari nowadlavs for
work il tle eity slould colnsider well
ho the boys who have aleady gone
toi tIhe c'itit's, askingi ihis quesCtion:)
".\ndAot how has it faredC4 with t he hov'
w'ho haive sought jobs ini the cities?''
"Now and1 t hen onet of except iona2'l
ahil ityv has madl'e a1 success'5. lTe vast
ma1:j'ority,'howe'ver are n)1 1' bett'er 4elf
th1 12n lhen the laeft'tt thbeiri1 homes on1
l the t2anns). They' are I till ('arnlingI
smal11 52alar1ies and( tind4 it dli!1lienit to
mleet 11 allte dlemnds onl 41 thbeirm pnr ses.
- And1 the ture1l' doesnl't hold14 out a
pr'omiise of pro~sper'ityv. Itf th1ey have
ma21rrietd t hey arel' ha vingI a hard'4 stru'lg
less t he mlost of t hem have wishued a1
thousand time)4s thmey had1 stayl~ed on
1.1011 to hear' yonnei ment' ill tils city
who lef't t he Yarm1 2a dozenl or1 hlf a 2
dozen y'ears ago say that if cotton
- picet the w11' ill gZo back to1 the counltry~
" 'it is 21 difTiult ma)tter1 to get a
foo4t hold in thle cities. Opportunities
I r 1 adlvaneent are't few and far be-1
tw."en. A boy)~ lin'1"g the farm for
12) c'lric') naition,11 or', in fact. anly
I ('the1r psition1 iln the city. thlinks at1
tir'st that 1he has ma)de a change fori
the btiter. lie believes he will nlot
ha'e 1to wor)k so hlard4 and that- the
r'oadl to for'tunet is easier'. Iln a veryi
few months11 he changes his opinion.
1Fhe wVorry and annoiIyanc'es lhe has to)
endlme and the dlificullty of earninllg
su1hicnt to (enable1 himi to se'cur1e ai
social posit ion to which hle feels he
is enltitled1 make him r'ealize thlat hc <
left contentment and indep)enden~ei
behind him when) he left thle far'm.'
IThis is a subject which initerestsi
hundreds, even thusan1ds of young 1
men. The times have und)(e1'one aj
great change. The .fann is not tihe 1
unIinlviting, ulnattractiv'e field for' ami
bitious, thr'ifty youn1m meni thlat it was
tin, or1 (een five't years ago.jI
Rev. J. HI. Wilson, D)J).. will p'each
at the Churchl of tihe Redeemer neCxt
jSnay mornim. a -:-ning0
Will Be Observed'At the Presbyter- N
fan Ohurch Sunday Night.-Pub- a
Tlhe .Presbyterian 'Sunday wlool of
this city will observe. Children 's day
for Foreign Missions next Sunday
itight, comnencing at 8.30 o'clock.
The speial object of this service is
fw. the support of Lapsley steamer,
now at docks in shipyard, Glasgow,
This steamer has beca built by the
generous contributions of the Pres- o
byterian Sunday schools of.. the o
South and cost something over thirty
It is now proposed to mend this N
steamer to the same foreign country,
fully equipped for her great mission b
to carry the gospel to the dark conti
nent, and this the children will do
The piogram for this occasion is i
a very i.nteresting one. There will be
recitations, responsive readings and p
sotngs, and it is probable that Rev. Dr. t
Leavell, who is now in the city, will
give anl informal talk.
At the close of the service there N
will be an offering for this good p
E,verybody is iivited to attend. I
THE ROYAL WEDDING. .h
All Spain Rejoicing With Alfonso and
His Fiancee. 0
Madrid, May 30.-All Spain is re- B
joicing on the eve of the wedding of
Kin Alfonso and Princess Victoria, 8
and the capital has not seen such
scenes of entlhusiasm during the pres- h
eit generation. To-night the whole el
City is aglow. with fireworks and elee- N
trical illminilations, while the streets
are thronged with dense masses of
people. All the central points from
tle Puerta del Sol to the Pardo are
literally packed. As the decorations I
anid illuminiiations take on tlheiir most
lurid luies it is a motley iltron,. with h
touches almost barba1ric-swarthy e.
Moors, wrapped illn towing robes and sl
wit I red I urbians on their heads.. Aus
trianl daicers performing their native
jota. Gypsies from Cordova and Se
ville, Salamancan herders in red vel
vet and tinselled gold, with many re
presentatives of Spain's clergy and d
hordes of blind beggars singing the sI
melancholy music of old Spain. At P
the corners bands play for street dan
cers. The municipality ha,; given free
reinl to tie popular rejoicinis. The
schools and public institutions have
beeln closel. and the whole population
has given itself up to celebratin' the
King's marringe. p
The chief events (of today were tlie
King's reception to the forei.n en
voys, inchuding tihe representatives of
the United States and the sizniniu of
lie wed din g c'. ntrc i _ t I. The latter cer
enmony toak place at the Pardo Pal- P
ne.e ini t he pu;esencee of' Prenmier' MoIret
anda the othier ('ab)inet ministers, with
lhe solemn ityv befit tingz a gzreat state
ceremonial affect inig the fuituire site
sin to thle throne.
The M arriagze cotracmt ap pearts to
i'ht int he a 'licio al azet te. Ariticle
9 ive the 1 . bride ant anntitual incoe 'n
if 490.it(00 an int the event of the Ii
K ing's deat I; 50.000. In Art icle .1 al
itt succ'essio n to the BIriti sht f trn e.
The at her aticdes rateto thI Ile mart
Precea Idingz the signIatutre of' thte een- 1(1
tac t te Smpaniisht journualists prwesenit- w
i-d toi Kini' Alfonltsol a goald pen with Itr
whItich to sin t he doeunmet. 'Te k inig
fan utIn'l accepted the ift. delarltt- th
ind that lie had always (defended t.he Ci]
Ryanish ptress naaitnst erit icisms. Pr
A Book for the Newly Married.
Wh~ len te eivilI ceecmnty of iart
'iie is pterfer io.1 itn France, h .'i a!a
ii alto eondtts itpasses to' th li
inewly wededt patir a book, w'J - 1
he 'ie ldlint, gift of th - renet Ir
'a I record(, the sve M l1 ; and :iu
>er of blank space'; for futurie bith .. i
ntarriages. and~ deaths in the family.c
TIe most *tmpor'tant feature (4f t( e
nmalI s ol,nnmte. however, is con t a '' -,1 e
.1 about stx pages that are devo'lteO
lie special instructions whtichi th
\eademny of Medic'ine htas ptrepa red Ont
Ihe carne a' young children. These.t
listrttion s tmunblet' 35 int all, atid
Itey refer to the feedling and elo!intii
'f r io nt andi to 'he fitrt her !pro le -*
Jon ofth h !'lel pless child.
Tlhis 'etu little wecddinog gif't wa a
in'jpired b the deep thtoughit whtieb of
htoe overntment fhas givent to thle s.t m- th<i
eet of the reduction of infant mot'
ality', a pr'oblemi of the utmost im
>oritnce int view of Ithe bac'kw~ard
tso'emenit in poptulaition ini France.-- fot
(at(tn Globe. S
ome In fanit iniduist Pies have grownt
To sturdy youthe, polite antd wild. SE
Iceasionally one is known
A spiled uneasoabl chid. i
The trustees. of Garniof fistret
o. 27, will receivo applications for
teacher until June 10, on wilichAy
9 o'Clock a. mn., the pattns arere
mested to meet and ele6t'a .teefioi.
T.* 1. Leitysey
J. J. H1. Brown,
Address: Newberry, P. F. 2..
AbKI.'G MACHINE RECORDS
We have on lianh a limited sIlpply
E 10 in. records that we will close
Lit rt 40 cents each.
Cromer & McGrav.
VA''*ED-You to see me before you
bui., and get prices on sash, doors,
linds, ji ring, ceiling, shingles, etc.
0. W. LeRoy.
VANTED-Turkeys and chickens.
Anyone having any to sell will
lease communicate with me. Want
eile on June 1st.
S. B. Jones.
VOOD WANTED.-Will pay $2.00
or cord for four foot'dry pie wood,
) be delivered between now and Nov.
st, 1906. Those , wishing to make
yutract will come at once beforp we
Rve bought supply.
The Mollohon Mfg. Co.
ASH-paid for children's and lad
ies' clothing for ten days at the
HAW'S PURE MALT is only sold
in the original bottling, and the
1c in the center of the label is pal
ited-always insist on ''the label
ith the hole.'' For sale at the
or County Superintendent Education
I hereby announce myself a candi
ite for re-election for the ofice of
)tunty stperintendent .of education
1bject to the democratic primary.
J. S. Wheeler.
I hereby announce myself a candi
tte for Magistrate for Nos. land 8,
ibject to the rules of the democratic
Cannon G. Blease.
Jesse L. Burns is hereby nominated
a Cand)lidate fori mnagistrate for
wns1hips Nos. I and 3, and is pledged
abi(le the result of the Democratic
i na ry.
For County Auditor.
I hrebyi announce myself a candi
to for auditor of Newberry County,
)ject to Ite rules of the Democratic
0. M. Buzhardt.
11. C7. (ountsi i.s hereby nominated
r t he lliee of Aud itor for Newber
county. subject to the rules of the
mu erat.Lie pri ma ry.
W. W. (rmner is hereby announneed
t can h diate for re'-election as An..
iir fori Newherry ctulnty and wi1ll
J1. Monre WVicker is hereby* an
uniiced as : a iandid ate for re-elect ion
r i he llice "f ellunty supilervisor, anid
II abidet lie rules of the democratic
te fir Supervisor. for~ Newberr
uoty. Sub)ject to the Democratic
inary*. J. C. Dominiek.
W. 1I. Wendli(t is hereb)y announced
a ecandiidatec for subI-sulpervisor. and
il abide thle rules of the democratic
We hereby nominate our coimade,
borne Wells,. for reelcction to the
lee of Sub-Supervisor and pledge
nt to abide the r'es'ult of the Demo
itic' prlimary. No better soldier cr
served in the Confederate army.
MIr. .J. P. Cannon is hereby'announi
1 for re-election as sub-supervisor
I is Pledged1 to abide the result of
For Probate Judge.
no. (C. Wilson is hereby announced
a eaiididate for' re-election to the
cc of~ probate judge. Subject to
-o ~ For Treasur'er: -none
no'.Epps is herebyanoce
county Treasurer to -succeed him
. Subject to th'e Denmocratic pri-.
DYour Panania' ilts to Laurensi
iaundry to be eane4 M(akes thern