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The Movements of Many People
Newberrians and Those Who
liev. W. B. Seabrook returned Sat
urday fromt Lexington.
l'. ?. Ml. Kelnnedy leaves today Col
Due West to attend commencement.
Miss Bessio Kibleri hits returied
from lAinestone college.
Mr. W. MN. Floyd, of' Spairtanbumrg,
is inl the city onl business.
Mir. John .M. Waddell, of Green
ville, is inl tle city on business.
ir. Oswell Stuart spent SundaY
with his fauily.
Mlr. .J. T. 'hristopher. < I I' I'llrenev,
is with (lhe Newherry -Stenim L,aundlry.
('01. J. ('. S. Bro1Wnl is able t4) be mul
aga-Iinate a hurspell (0f sickil.ss.
Nin. W . It. HodunuIII, lfit b'lester. i.
in tihe cit V 441n business.
Mliss Alary Bartin hals on to 1Hc1
Hill to attend commilienlee t'il at lil
Th'le hourl for I)penlin" thle library
iats been ehan-eil 1'romi -4 1o 5 o'clel
duin 'thekiummer mlonith:;.
I IIs. iIet 14 .\liss 'llie liniet
let' I 1n FridIay fIoir Ille es ilh
whe-re Ithey will1 spend Ithe sminmller.
'NIis \'S inlilie .\1lae W i kl 1 le t
Friay fi t(;n -en ville to v isit sI :Sr
\i vian (' ald well.
le S SrS. Jan II- s TIma.r.,h an Th Iat
WV. ( 'I leman i, 40f WhitmIlire. Spent Sa I
iI'ydv and Sii14da1v inl the CiV.
Mr1's. Nainnie Lake. of L1aurins. is
visitinl" Nirs. L-. ma Iake in C'olle'!
day tor* 41ue West, when-q. lie will II
tend' thie comeee terises.
.\liss Irenle 1.s1r, o Anderso,4,1 i..
Ilie g1uest Iisses ( 'aC rwile. tn 'al
himil street.I %
Nir. W .V . 11(llitvith. .Jr.. 4.f C1'1hnu1
hi.l, i: vi.,itin-_ hli., brother. Illt. . .
.\l. 1. . lenw ck relil-ned4 toilba
from irewnvill . le!e has hee;1
f'ori a1 week 4,1' ten dav.
Nliss Ilucy ltiser hast. been eleeted
tellcher. inl te 1_nmrallded sc1141ol at Spar.
anlhulrt an will no \ iIII ,t appl Ay forw a po) )si
t i(n ill tlie N ewberry 411sho next year.
Mir. 11we Lin wZ o h11. "-Iias heel
teachin'. schoolI inl 1_.arenS and1f1r
erl ,y -if Newherry, is spenldin". a1 1ev
days in Ie( ity \ this week.
Nlessrs. S. A. West. If ' .tin* tn
Ky., ;. I . E. W est. lit, I -111'11mbui
(l1.. : v11 is illing their brother. AtIl. J1.
11. Wet 1St.
Nlis ei er irde simlps"ll. will, ho Iait
nba 't i) r. ees
NIer'. :ni AIrs1. W'm t lii ne "Ii.eavelsll
arie Ji the1 city theguesti anf 1). ank
men at Newherrv~, . . olle ' hex week.
ia s'X' W )ii liiier, halii s complete
thie or ie bookkepin at ndi l)st(51
raphytli inilChe )1 Oil-Ala. Busins's leg
at'n A'hlaon ia.. and1 i . at hiome ih
4h ecread a god posion ialaws
ollite n MaonanLwllrelr.i
the posion tif easif nd booka
keer (lio the. southen ('Ilatoni ti
BoatNwrr. S.iiii & .l. Mior thepasi
atliveletis, hs resgned t accep :I
smrposit ion witte shyxanuni n(i ii
ufaturin Co., oft N1(ewhey. iiM
chried of the olke atil le plant 01e
toalear s success. nit :
eaher.I .Ciwl and keee.Auigusta
Thi e buin ecptirmon aron T'san
1E. lT.formerlyd of Nwherry.al ha:
benith he Sabt-m sine1Jnel at 10
aA~t whih mehe resigon nd t riosprith
position o exmine othe Uenite<
tates pratent; ome h a
Re. . . alwllan fmiy i
arie nPrsert tmrrwa
Increase of Taxable Property Ovi
Half Million In. County.-Near
.ly Seven Millioms.
Auditor W. W. Croner has made I
hisl abstract of ite real and person
property of the County and has fo
W11r1ded it to the comptroller getter
to le passed upon by the state Ioal
of equalization which meets son)
time in August. The figures may I
slightly changed and those on the a
-;tract Io iot include railroad pro)
The increase for the county is
little more than a half' million dc
lors over last vear.
The State 6111ar11d has tle power
rait '-e IIr lower. the pr)perty mI
c4blifity. The audlitior has not receivo,
file r(.turn,its of railroad property at
1iIsurn111ce Copalli.;s as these retutrl
c-lile thlrmufl] the comptr(Ml. gel
4a.I's ollice. It is understood that til
railald a"essesmlents have been ilt
terially incereased this year. Aceep
ing the assessimlent of these orporn
tiois as they stood last year wi
show a total assessmenit of $6.42(
316.00 mr ait increase over last yet
The increase is made up as follow:
This year 3.180.784 aeres and
5447 butildini--s at .. .. -$2.438.5
Lasi vtar. 3R0692 aeres ami
51)2 buihlin-s Yat. 2.183.8(
showinw, an incereast . . $254.( 6
l'itY real estate shows nilt
increase 14f .. .. .. .A].3(
l'er.oIal pri-4perty slhowms an
invrease. of.11 .., 146i.91
Tota;l itiereasV.... .... $509,9:
One If tie interestill.. iteimts of pe
snl prilperty is anl inr('ea141seL Of I(
de~s over last year or 1.200 in tv
years, mieallil" all additioin (if (vI
el111) it, tle silool 6umil. MIIneys at
ere.its are also increased by $26,39
l -ive ai idea ft' how taxab
vaines have incereased inl this counll
t will It iltlerestin.. to) note thll
'hun Ili the tel l f .\ilitor W. \
Cr"lmer. coeiga perilld 44f li
yrifrim 1901 tht- t(.1al zainl h
kIe'ni i.5t62.901. ilr lrle than wi
hat it was fuotr tlt - 'went v se'
years prevedin._ 1901l. To4 uive C
To)tai assessed property . inl
1901. . .. .. . . . ... $4.863.4
'Totat assessed property ill
T,t al inl 27 years. ........$68.s
This is nt much miore in 27 yell
1 1tat the increase for. tli'.4 year ov
It will be no41ted. too, that I
.:rar t of' Iii th increase tle pla
year(1;1 ha*s been ill real estate aid pc
s Dnl pr et an nt ierp
p Dr. I. E. Crimmn Here.
spec4illist,. who hasi beenI 'omtlig
INewbecrry~ for1 the last six year's at
is sob favortably known. will be
Newb'erry~ uint il next Tuesday, Jmu
Those wh'to wa'tnt thle services of'
skillfuli eye sight specialist outght n
to iss11 the oppor1tuityt to ('tll ont I
'ritnin atnd have t heiri eyes exa mine
II is '1lice is over' the poist otlice ine
to' Dru. T. W. Stmtit.
Death of James S. Spearman.
Mr'. .Jame11s S. Spea rman di.ied at hi
homtie .int Newbherri' county Wednuesdi
mort'g He'was ab)out 58 year's o
antd had beeni in feeble healtIh fot'
long titme, though r'ecenitly hte Iti
somewt~hat improv'41ed anid was able
he out. Mr. Spearmtatn wa'zs apr
perouts tarmetur andti a conisistant met
her1 oft Zioni lBapt ist chluric'h. He leav'
a wife, wuho wuas miss Mattie Whi
umive, a daughtter', Mi's. L. D. Hu
by' his pastor,. llev. C. L. I)owe
''Thursday' a ft ernoo and111( thle inte
mtent wa'ts int Hosemonbttt ceeterv.
'1The pathllbearerts were: Wini.
E. II. Lonigshior'e antd Z. 1". Wrtightt.
Examination Rural Carrier.
Po4stmaster' (. J1. Pureell held
plicant f'oi' rurtial c'arrier's. The ft'
howintg stood thle examtinations:4
IShtealy, George W. Setzler', anid J.1
Washington andt ilil be pafssed on1
This route will prtobably start fro
P~omamtia and w~ill be route No.
fr'om that point. The post1 offices
Waltoni, Craven Hill and Gly4npvil
have been dlisconutiued.
Mrs. 8. M. Calmies requests all wi
hold tickets in her prize picture cot
etto bring or send .themn in by ti
)r Given in the Opera House on Sunday
By the Boy's Band.of Georgia
Al The Boy's Band of the Georgia Inl
r- dustrial Ilome gave it concert in the t
atl opera lioise on Sunday afternoon. ihe
-d auditorium was erowded, and; all en- J
Ie joyed the cliarmniig mnusi rendered.
)e by the young artists, tuuder the lead
j- ershipi of their director, Mr. H. Good
hi- ig. The Georgia ndustrial Home is ]
located it Maconi, Georgia, and was
a founded about seven years 'ago by
1- Rtev. Dr. Mumtford, who had been in
charge of the orphanage of the North 1
o Geor-ia Coniferellce of the Methodist
ly C(hurch, South. l)r. Mumford saw
'd need for a hoie in which not only
d orphnlis or halt orphalns might find
is shelter2 aiid trainin, ut in which any
I- waif, fiomi slumls or highway, might
ie lid a iefiuge. )urin'g the service.
i- Rev. J. A. lai-ris, financial agent of
t- the iistitutiion preachied a splendid
1- serlm110n from the text " Ina'smuch as
11 ye did it uito one of the least of these,
,- ye did it iuto me. '' In the course
ir of his sermon, lie said that the home
was ol-sectioial, non-sectarian, non
denominiational. lit the band which
'eildeied the coicert, umiibering 18
0 boys. eight states are represeited.
Inl the lioie are minc hundred and
5 lift*y boys, and among them there are
three IIebrews. Ile said that thle
'5 boys of tle band. trililned inl tie
sclool. were now goinig forth in the
5 name of1 the Lord and in the name of
the home, doing service for Him and
10 for the institution that had done so
- iuch for theml. and in the iame of
0 humanity, to inspir-e to devotion to the
r- principles of applied Christianity. A
10 generotts ofYerig was m1ade by the au
'0 dietie piesenlt.
r ? The followinl. is tihe musical pro
d ram rendei'ed:
5. riand Processionail Mareli-Silver
le TIrumpjet s--iviani;
y Selections froim Flaust--("oineil.
It .Coret Solo--Se'lected.
. 1-aritoie Solo. 'ThY Holy City.'
-v ". Ada1,s.
is Nearer my.,o] to Th'lev, played byN
e thl1e bao111 ani1d sung by the audieice.
M Marh-''Onward Christian S,,I
ie diers.''-E. Brooks.
Trombone Solo-" The Emzlem.'
45 Waltz-"Poetica.''-T. Moses.
God Be With You.
15 Baseball During Commencement.
Is TIRher will be three gaies of base
er hall duriig commencenit week,
Moniay, Tuesday and Wednesday, be
ie ginning at 4:30 o'clock. alumii vs.
r,- The t'41llowing will be tle lilieup of
te the alumni team: Pitchers. Simpson.
Hast and Fulimer; atcher. Swyger't,
Ist base. Ilolloway; 2nd base, Fil
met' an11d FJmiore; short stop. Wiles;
c'e 3rd base, ( olemian;i left field, Rice;
to (c(nter field, Olney; right fiel. St oude
1(d mirie; substitutes, (Chiapmani and Gar'
ie The ebar'ge foi' admision will be 25
cents for' ladies atnd chiildr'en under
a fifteen yeai's, 15 eents. The net pro
rt eeeds of the game will go to the gym
r'. nasiuim. It is expectedl that the game
d. will be interesting and hard fought.
Land-McFall Marriage June 14.
'Thle r'ecent anniouncemeint of the
enigagemenit of Miss Elizabeth Land
is aind Mi'. .Jessie Younig McFall, of
y Newberry'~, S. C., has been the Iccals
Id ion of thle most p)leasturab)le comment,
a in wh'lich, how~ev'er. is mingled a tinige
id ot' sadiness at the thought of reliin
tol quhishling to aniotheri city such'l a car'm
s- ing womnan as Miss Land.
al- * Miss Land is a datughitei' of Dr.
es Robert H. Land, and is a younig wo
t-man in whom is very beautifully comn
nI- bined intellectuality, grace of person
ni. and a very' faseinating charm of man
I. Mr.~ Mc rall is onie of the pi'omi
r- nent yo ung men of Newberry' anid
holds the very respomisible ponsit ion of
'eshuier' of t'he Commercial Bank. He
is a mian of individuality and( moral
n, wor'th and is most emnminenitly' deserv
ing of the good fotrune which has at
No c'ard(s will bie sent out for the
1" marriage, which will take p)lace on
P- the morning oif June 14th at nine
U-. thirty o'loc'k at the Fir'st Baptist
church'l, and there w"ilh be no festivities
~' in('ciet to it, the young couple leav
-L ing immeadiately aftei' the ceremony
for Newberry, whiere they will make
to their home with Miss Land 's sister,
y' Mrs. John Kinard.-Augusta Chroni
Albert Piester Arrested.
tt Sheriff M. M. Buford. arrested a
ec boy today by niame of Alber't Piester
that is wanted in Columbia. Sheriff
Buford has been on the look out fori
this boy for about two weeks and I
0finally found him today and will take
~him to Columbia today.
3y Rev. J. H. Wilson, D. D., In the
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer.
Rev. J.H. Wilson, D. D., represent
ng the Orphanage of the United
iynod of the Evangelical Lutherai
'hurch preached two.. scholarly and
loquent sermons in the Lutherat
'hurch of the Redeemer on Sunday
Ais morning text was 'Lo, I am witli
'on always,'' and was a practical ap
)lication'of the great truth that thi
\Iaster is always with those who serv(
Jim for love's sake. He made t
;trong'appeal for the Orphan's Home
vhich is lorated at. Salem, Va., an
vas established only a few years ag<
4y one minister of the gospel of th1
State of Virginia taking into his owi
tonic the three or)han children of an
Ither minister. He told how a gen
rous layman of Roannoke gave a prop
?rty for the establishment of thi
line; how he purposed endowing i
6vith his wealth, but was prevented bi
the loss of his property in'the finan
!ial crash by which so mnanly in tha
locality suffered; how the number o:
.-hildren increased to twenty-five
low the home became inadequate foi
tle care of all who sought admission
bow through the loss of others thi
-hurch had an opportunity to acquir
i magnificent hotel just on the edgi
if Salem, built at a cost of $64,000
how the board purchased it for $14,
0O without a dollar of mnoley in sigh
but with faith in the liberality of thi
dhiurch. For fourteen months Dt
Wilson has beenl conduting the cani
paign to raise the mouvy to meet thi:
)bligation and has received more that
t welve thousand dollars. Soie othe
real estate for ftarmiig, gardening am
ither prposes was plurchased nea
the Home, and the total debt Oreatef
$17.500. Dr. Wilson is now visitinj
the churches to raise the five thous
and dollars yet needed to copli)let,
tle paiymeait. He will remain inl New
herry during the week and will eal
In the Lutherans of the city, givin
Ihem nil ol)lortunllity to Colintribite ti
tiis end(. Those whiom ie visited'ves
terlav were very terous in hei
Of Newberry's contributions t,
-ave San Francisco sufferers.
Mr. Eugene S. Werts has receive<
a letter from the secretary oin recon
struetion of San Francisco, acknow
ledge receipt of the donation by th
city of Newberry to the sufferers o
the stricken city. Accompaning tha
letter is a circular headed. ''Sai
Francisc., Dauntless.'' published b;
the California Promotion committec
of which Mr. Rufus P. Jennings i
secretarv. This circular sets fortl
lie ra opl)ortunity of San Franeise<
anid the spirit of for1ifude and ol)tim
isni of the people- of lie city of al
The Herald anid News recalls ver;
pleasantly the California Pomotioi
Society and its secretary'. Mr. Rufu
P. .Jennmings and1 the many courtesie
extenaded the press5 poirty from Souti
Carolina during its stay there las
August. The following is the letter:
Snan Francisco. Cal,, May 26, 100O0
Mr. Eugene S. Werts.
Clerk and Treasurera,
Newherry. SouthI Carolina.
Dear Sir-: By reason of the exceed
inely great demands upon)1 the tiam
of our Mayor, the Hon. Eugene E
Schniatz. I am requested by him t<
neknowledge thle receipt of your ver.,
kind letter of May 18th, and on be
half of the citizens of San Franicisco
to thank the people of the Town o:
Newberry most cordially for thei1
v-ery generous donation of $164.35.
Your kind wvords of symp)athiy an(
encouragemnen t arie deeply app)reciat
You)lr. very truly,
Riufuis P. .Jennings,
Ohildrens Day at Presbyterian Ohurci
The services last evening by th<
ehihiren of the Presbyterian churel
were exceedingly interesting and fual
of illustration. The songs were wel
rendered, the recitations were inteli
gently presenited, and( thme informav
talk by Rev. Dr. Leavell was ver-i
m uclh enjoyied.
1Dr. Peham.in thle supherint end(ent, ii
introduicing D r. Leavell referred tc
bim as now o)f Houston, Texas, but al
ways of Newberry.
The offer.ing for thle suppor)Ot of the
L~apsley Steamer about to start on
ier voyage of missions was generous,
N:3.75 having been givena. The at
endance was very good dlespite thec
veathier. T1hae song of Miss Mabel WVil
riamson was especially attr-active.
Nfiss Nannib McCaughrin with the
riolin and Misses Blease aind Bowman
Lt the organ were also good.
It marked a red letter- day for the
hunday school of the Presbyterians.
The Olass Numbered 13, a "Baker's
The commencement exercises of the
Newberry graded schools -were held
Friday evening in the opcra house in
the presence of a large audience. li
Seated on the stage were the grad
tating class, composed of 12 young
ladies and one young man. Superin- e(
tendent W. A. Stuckey, Dr. James A.
B. Scherer and Rev. George A. 3r
lhe following composed the class
of 1906: Misses Ellie Jacobs, Verna
Maybin, Ruby Summer, Louise Hipp,
Lalla Rook Simmons, Eva Goggans,
, Juanita Evans, Fannie P. Holloway, Tj
Florence Bowman, Vanessa Williams,
Virginia Chalmers, Annie Taylor, and of
Mr. Alan Johnstone. 0
The exercises were opened with
prayer by Rev. G. A. Wright. Essays
rwere then read by five of the gradit- I
- ates-Mr. Alan Johlstone, Miss Eve
I oggans. Lalla Rook Simmons, Jua- bl
nita Evans and Louise Hipp. All of
the papers were well writton and
wouldl have been a credit to persons
of m1ore1 mature years. : N
Owing to the absence of )r. J.- H. PC
Thornwell of Fort Mill, who had been to
invited to deliver the address to the 1.
; gradiluating class, the addi.ess was de- Co
- livered by Dr. James A. B. Selierer, I
president of Newherry college. The
- eaker chose as tlie subject for his
remarks ''The Baker's Dopen, the OJ
- theme being sig-ested by I tle 11numn1ber
of uraduates-thirteen. )r. Selicrer Ri
in his easy and graceful manner ad
r monished the class of 1906 to be gIra
I ciouns. giving good measure, ' ' for what
rmeasure ye ilete, shall it he measured lic
I to you.'' . ,
The address was thoroughly enjoy
- ed by tle large audience, the speaike).
' receiving thecelosest attention through- -
I The diplonas were delivered by'
I Prof. Stuckey, after which the bene- F4
W dietion was pronounced by DIr.
Scherwer. Music for the occasion was dz
- fun i ishIed by tle Newherry orchIestral. ec
COMMON PLEAS JURY.
Those Who Will Serve at Term Con
vening on the Third Monday.
Tile following jurors have been
drawn for the terni of common pleas d
I court for Newberry county, which
- will convene on June 18th. Judge P
- Chas. G. Dantzler, presiding:
J J. A. West.
N W. B. Kinard.
IM. M.AMetts. t
F. M. Boyd.
1J. H. Garrott.
M. 1. Long.
G. F. Howard.
Thomas 11. (romner.
- T. .1. Brown.
E. H-. L.ongshore.
M. B. C'aldwell.
'P. .J. Hayes. fo
4 Johni TP. McKitriek. r'v
J1. WV. Denning. dc
SE. B. Kibler.
J1. HI. Wicker.
TI. L. S healy. as
it. t. l4eitzsey. di
'P. K. .JohnIstone. ah
HI. 1B. Wells.
C. P. Tleague.
Geno. WV. Summer.
S. E. Boland. no~
WV. TI. Livingston. f
H. F. Livingston. w
.J. R. Davidson. p
.J. WV. Chappell.
(Geo. C. Hipp-. dal
. J. WV. Ellisor. co
A. M. Miller. 'pr.
W. E. Adams.
J. E. Sease.
Thomas WV. Folk.
Advertised Letters. as
Letters remaining in thme p)ostofhice wi
at Newberry, S. ('.. for the week end.. pa
ing June 2..
B-Mrs. Carrie Berry, Miss Maggie Os
Brown. H-enry Bugg- om)
(1-Annmie (littings. hii
HT-John Hlenderson-. erni
M--Mrs. WV. H. Meyer. er.
1R-Mr. Lee Royal.
S--Mr. .John H enry Speech.
P erso tns call i ing fori these will lease
say that t hey were advertised. a11
C. J1. Purcell, P. M. thm
Slashed With a Knife.
Madison Jeter and Will DeWalt
wvere visitors at the house of Louella or
Reedier, wiin lives in one olf t,he houses tih
nearn the .jaih, on Sunday afternoon.
Jeter drew his knife and1( slashed
Dewvalt in several places-on the arm ,
face and back. "There were 30 stitchli
es taken though the wond(s arvr for
ugly ones t hey are not thought to be seli
Jeter skipped after thme eutting.
The wounded man had his wounds' SB)
sewed up and dressed by Dr. W. 0.
Mean Maxihtni, 83.0; Mean Mia
Uean, 70.4; Maximum, 90, date 19.
Hiiinum, 36; date 10th.
Lireatest daily range, 36.
Total, 4.50 inches; greatest in 24
urse, 1.80; dlate, 2t6.
Number of Days..
With .01 or more precipitation 7,
ar, 13; faitr, 7; cloudy 11.
Thunder storms, 3, 6, 26, 27, hail,
Rainfall 5 months 1906, 19.21 in.
W. G. Peterson, C. 0.
LLKING MACIINE RECORDS
We have on hanh a limited supply
10 in. records that we will close
t at 40 cents each.
Cromer & McGraw.
ANTED-You to see me before you
build and get prices on sash, doors,
inds, flooring, ceiling, shingles, ete.
0. W. LeRoy.
'OOD WANTED.-Will pay $2.00
r cord for four foot dry pine wood,
be delivered between now and Nov.
t, 1906. Those wishing to make
ntract will come at once before we
ve bought supply.
The Mollohon Mfg. Co.
LSH-paid for children's and lad
ics' elothing for ten days at the
1AW'S PURE MALT is only sold
in the original bottling, and the
le in the center of the label is pat
ted-always insist on "the Idbel
th the hole." For sale at the
>r County Superintendent Education
I hereby announce myself a candi
te for re-election for the otflce of
unity superintendent of education
bject to the democratie primary.
J. S. Wheeler.
I hereby announce myself a candi
Ae for Magistrate for Nos. land 8,
bject to the riles of the democratic
Cannon G. Blease.
Jesse L. Burns is hereby nominated
a candidate for magistrate for
wnships Nos. 1 and 8, and is pledged
abide the result of the Democratic
I inn ry.
For County Auditor.
I hereby announce myself a candi
te for auditor of Newberry County,
bject to) tie rules of the Democratei
0. M. Buzhardt.
R. C. Counts is hereby nominated
r' the omeie of Auditor for Newber
county, subject to the rules of the
W. W. Cromer is hiereb~y announced
a candhidate for re-election as Au
ir forSIh Nwberr'y county and will
id eutof democratic primary.
J. Monroe Wicker' is hereby an
uncedl as a eandhidate for re-election
I lie (meec of county supervisor, anmd
11 abide tihe rules of the democratic
[ hereby ann.lnnee myself a candi
te for Supervisor for Newvberry
inty. Subject to the Democratic
'nary- J. C. Dominick.
WY. H. Wendt is hereby announced
a candidate for sub-supervisor andl
1 abide tile rules of the democratic
iVe heCreby nominiate our1 comrade,
)ornec Wells, for reelection to tIhe
cc of Sub-Super.visor and p)ledge
to ab)ide the result of the Demo
tic p)rimary. No better soldier cv
se rved in t he Con federate armly.
Ir. .J. P. Cannon is hereby announ
f'or re-election as sub-supervfsor
I is pledged to abide the result of
dlemlocrat ic primary.
,10 For Probate Judge.
n.C. Wilson is hereby announced
a candlidate for re-election to the
ce of probate judge. Subject to
no0. L. Epps is hereby announced
county Treasurer to succeed him
.Subject to the Democratic pri
D Your Panama hats to Laurens
aundry to b@ o(ea9e4. 3Makes them