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The Movements of Many People
Newberrians and Those Who
MIs. Sclrodler, of 'Savanilal, is
visiting at Mrs. John Suiiers.
Miss May Dold, of ewbeirry coun
ty, is visiting friends in Newberry.
Miss Kate H1en1derson, (if Glymp.
Ville, is attending cominiienenicnt.
Miss Lucy Willace, of Cliarlotte
is visiting Miss Bessie Cairlisle.
Miss Maude Folk, of Georgetown
is (lie guest of Miss Pauline Perry.
Mr. Thid Wyse, of Plains, Ga., is
in tlie city.
Miss i)uekett, of Greenwood is vis
iting Miss Fannie Parks.
Mr.. (d. 0-i11er vf Oae
burg is inl tle city.
lis ses Williaiso,II. 4df Vir1inia
are visiting'4 Mr. Willilm Heid.
Mr. ani Mrs. Adam Earle. of
Peaks, arec visitiln'.. in tle city.
Miss Eldna Duilkett, of, Lauren.,. is
visitin.. Mliss Sallie Bell B31ford.
I 's. Frank Browne of' Prosperity is
visituin- 1rieiils inl the city.
Mr. J. V. E. Wiles. of, Lone Star,
is visitig in the city.
M'r. Hip Simiipson, (if Irosperity is
in the (it v.
Prof.MAllis r fMt. P'leasantf.
is inl the citv.
Mr.1 Edwvan-4 llemIlrix. 40f C.Io l-dn.
N. C., is ill the (ity.
.All. 0. C. Swittenberg, of Jala
pa, is inl the city.
. 1'. lishiell Bowers, of P)rosper
ity.is visiting friends in the city.
Miss aura Hollingsworti is visit
ing Aliss Mtyrtle Dennis.
iNlr. Jov Zie--fler, of Orangeburg is
inl the city.
All. 1). 11. Ta'lylor, of1 Or'-anlgeiirg,
is al tenwlinl- colmuiieceienlt.
Aliss Carrie Pool returned yester
day from Holliis istitute. Va.
('apt. .1. W. .1eniny. of' Jelnnys, S.
C.. is inl tile vitv.
16,\.. 11. A. 1l('ullou1 , of M t.
Pleasan1, is visitinu in the Mity.
Um-. -1. S. Elmie. f.1r
s I.. i in t( . citY.
H.\ and-Jias.1 -. vo Gienwood
is visifil i visiting MW. White Jon
t'abhmells on-(o lg t. et
Nirs. a nd .\a11. .\. G l,
ohnewhi', a e i it inr., fi.i 1
Misses itr.l Lucile
WVallave. of Belfast. are viine r.
W. 11. Wallave.
MIliss Ellel Workimanl is tv ules
oflM. iA'ii. Mi. speaIan oni John
Ie. ai' Mrs. '. v-onll A. Riser, of
Rincon,( visi 6itinl." Mrl's. Johin
stmmniers, oni College street.
Messrs Ed1. anld Clarence Olnecy,
of New York, ase visiti.- friens
inl thle vitv.
Iiss .liflia Mitithews, of Niniety
Six is speIm.y1inu lie wee wit Missis
Matie Ep. ntinnrset
Mliss Mahel in Madr, ii of Mtl.
Al'Ia, ii*a vis.ii t Mo iss ieHNti ona
Coleg street.ino ('llgesret
Missghte of liie, of inord. IN.
C,ci visiting ater' brohe w ho ('is al
stdei'. eherrya coesge. 'ii
(trenvll, adi. panedWb Bhler is
ofter, MisJie BuC, te.i ow o
Misses lana Bels n of Ai'alsi
LouIrill Mnionry strietona
MlnisseI Annietto Wlchd)luesher,
Elai\le ell B Mrd liigo t
Profan. arou etl,s visiting hiMag.
,ren (\h. i ty.si econty
MNrs.Em W tso, of Rielunon,
V., ia n r and Mrsy. Jh ev
ell, ofi(irenwMoss arr visHo inoa Dr
W. . Ea Deonk Coflg itet.
Mr. Jo. H.laringt,of Sannalw
dauhtr.s. . r, of h ington, ohv
rtured ity hi hm n rdy
*Mr. Eurgen Wite, of aprit,I
ttne( nd CMr.eJn W.alent inere
ofLesile .C. aeintonfo
Mr. Olin Fulmer, of Columbia, is
visiting his sister, Mrs. Henry Wells.
Mr'. H1. F. Wheeler, of Little Moun
tain, is in the city.
Rev. W. 11. Aull, of Lone Star, is
visiting relatives in the city.
l)-. and Mr's. J. M. Boozer, of Co
lumbin. are visitiiig Mr. J. M. Barre.
Prof. I. A. Abrais, of Staunton,
Va., is attending commencement.
Revs. S. P. Koon and M. 0. J.
Kreps, of Prosperity, are attending
Ar. Thomas W. Holloway, is visit
ing hIis, parents, Col. J. B. O'Neall
Holloway, on Johnstone street.
Rev. W. C. Selacnfer, Jr., of Char
lottee, N. C., is attending commence
Ient in the city.
Mr. Jlames Bowers. of Atlanta, is
visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
JIamlles Bowers, on Boundary street.
Mlr. It. C. Loriek, of, Aul.-usta. (,a.,
is spiending seveal davs in Nevber
Mr. T. J. Swygert. caslier of the
Pe(Iples Bank of Union, is in tl
Mr. and 'Mrs. J. R1. Fulmer, of
Chapin. are visiting M:rs. John 1c.
President Benjamini. Sloan. of the
Souti ('arI-olina University, is visit
ing inl Newberry.
Mr. Julius Boozer of Columbia and
Mir. L. 11. Kihler. of AIlanta 4. ri'e N*is
i(ing Mr. T. P. lJohnlison oI Calhoun
Aliss Eulpliia McClintock, of the
Colle.n. for Women in Coluibia. and
Iliss M-1ar1Y Law 'McClintock, Who has
)eIIII leachin, near' Boston, Mass.,
will r-t-11ur nl e today.
Alisses Minnie, Maie and Mr. Jes
se Salter have returned home.
Misses Mad4ge Meubourne, of At
liens. and Ellie Connelly, of Ep
worth, S. C., are visiting the Misses
4alter in Helena.
A business meeting of the Bachelor
Maids will be held in the library
r1ms Tuesday afternoon at 5
Alisses lanie A,blv and Sally
Ad4y are visiti:vz li. Will Belen
hanv 1-."'s aiy
Mlr. C. A. FelleIs. of Inu, S. C..
is in the I v cit
MA. W. I'. lnf'. of Le.xiliultonl. is inl
Ohe vit v.
spi-mdin- several days inl Newberry.
Rev. .1. A. Slih, of Sidlis. is
Dv-. W. U. Svhaeffer, of Savannab,
is a iteidin. conniieeneient.
Miss Ethll Pavsingor is visiting
Miss Bell Kpting.
MIr. Jeff Gates, of Elloree, S. C., is
in the city.
Mi. Clatide .1. Rast, is in the city.
Rer. L. P. Boland, (if Mississippi,
is in tihe city.
Mr. F. W. lRauch, of Wyse' Fer
ry, is i the city.
r. W. B. Slealy, of Pine Grove,
is sp-endin" a few 3days inl Newberry.
lion. .1. 1). Cappleiai. of Charles
ton, is v'isit ing Dir. G. B. Criomei'.
Mr'. and Mirs. William P. Houseal
will 'elebriate the twenty-fif'th anni
ve'rsary~ of thiir mnai'iiage at t heir
homne on Saturday ev'eninig, June 16.
Picnic and Base Ball.
Editor of H-erald and News, New
Yi'u ar'e ciii lially' invit''d to attend
-i pienic and gamie of' baiseb)all on
'Ma turiday. theit 1 6thI, at Maybinaton in
Ih' pienic grov'e at Mr's. lichar'ds'
m nill. Andl arie respect fuilly request
'id to exteiid thle invit at ion to thle
uiciht throiuubi the colunnis of vour
lIefi'eshimeints will be' serv'~ed by~ thle
M avbinato n hall teamn f'r th Ile beneflt
of same. Veryv respect fully,
L~. S. H end(er'soni,
Varsity vs. Alumni.,
in thle '.amei of' hall1 yesterday af
t*i'noi n ,betw~een Varsityv and thle
Alumni the Alumni won by a s'or'e
ofi 5 to 6).
Mr's.M. (I. Senn hias been with her'
daughitei', M's. M. P. Lake, of this
city, for' several mionthis. Mrs.
Senni was stricken with p)aralysis
while visiting Mi's. L. L. Hendirix, of
G reenv'ille, also a daughitei', and has
sincee , been unable to walk. Heri
friends will be glad to know that she
Last year the British Isles import-.
ed abouf 137,000 tons of cheese, an
airticle of food for which the British
appetite is never failing, and 76 per
cent of that great quantity, eqjuival
ent to nearly seven pounds for every
man, womlan and child in the United
Kingdom, came from Canada.
A statute to the late Stephen 'Col
liins Foster, the author of ''My 01ld
Kentucky Hlome'' will be unveiled
3 in Kentucky on June 14. The scupi
tm, i s J. LnRot
cURT oALLED OFF.
The Orinmial Court Adjourned Until
Thursday-No Civil Court Next
A meeting of the Newberry bar. was
lield onle lay last week and a resoIl
tion was passed requesting Col. Oco.
Jolnstoie to confer with .ludge
Ihintzler anI re(uest him to adjourn
the criminal court until Thursday
anld tliet take up only such cases
where the defendants were in jail.
It was also decided to ask tihe
judge to have no civil court iext
week and to give the county a
special term some time later. Clerk
of Court Goggins has received tihe or
(let to adjourn tile Sessions court but
he has received notlng in regani' to
thle eivil court.
Tlere is a heavy docket in tt( ses
sions court but notling in the civil
(our1t except iew cases alnd of colurse
if the parties interested through their
attorievs do not want any court
there canl be no objection to calling
it off. The layman can see very
little reason in this if an extra term
is to )e called during the summer.
The following is the order as to
the sessions court.
State of South Carolina,
In the General Sessiotns.
Ex parite. (leore Jolstone. I'sq.,
aild otlhers. Menlwrs of the New
Whereas tle har of Newberry. S.
C.. has requested that the court of
.-eneral sessions for the county of
Newherr:v, to be convened on Monday
11th. day of Junie, 1906, upon con
vening, he adjouined from day to
day, until Thursday the 14th. day of
Junle, 1906, whei the said cot
shall then, on that day, enter 111)011
the trial of such cases as may be pro
pose(l of trial, or for tle trantsac
tion of such otlier bhusiness as may
ie properly brought to the attenl
tiln of' the said cour't. anid tie said
re<iest havin ben -ralted by tme,
l"W il i! qwrlered( thaLt the clerk of
ile saidI ci4n11't do openl tle said( court
fit 4-*(enter*al sessions on Mondav 11 th.
11.ay utofl Jume, 1906. at 10 o'cl4q.1k a.
It.. al .14l.i mirn the same fi'm t lay
ti lI utn t 'il fillally alljout'n ed by tile
order 41' th e cortI't or lbY oper'ation
It is ftirtlier ordered that the clerk
of the said eourt of reneral sessions
do Inotify all juiiors suiionled to at
tend said court, not to atteind the
same uitil Thursday morning, June
14th., 1906, at 9:30 o'clock, a. in.
Chas. G. Daitzler,
Judge Eighth Circuit.
,June 8th., 1906.
A JUST TRIBUTE.
Dr. Leavell Paid A Beautiful and
Just Tribute to Dr. J. P. Smelt
zer, A Former President.
lIt the ('oursi'e of his eloquent ad
dress~5 On Slitiday tiight Dr. Leavell
p)aid the following decor'ved tibut
to Drt. J1. P. Smeltzer', for' several
years pr'esidet (if Newberr'y col
'Commoti sense w'ilI plod and gent.
ius refuses to lhod-nd vet thet
pbodder's win ini the long r'un. -Na
poleon was a genius; We'llinigtoni was
a ploddet', whose N't imate truiur'nuh
was for the advantage of the whole
This college of out's owes much to
a pilain plodding mani, a man wvho
had iio shiininig pat'ts which attr'act
ed the gaze of the countr'y, and yej
the man intoi whose labors these later'
prIesidets have enter'ed. Howevei
much praise you may give to Dr.
Rehierer' for' the tioble work he is do'
in. hter'e and the fle snecess he is
achtieving; however much hoinot' is
dite Dr,. Cr'omer for the splendid a
c'hieoveents of his v'ery nioble ad1min
istra't ion of the aff'air's of the col
lege; and however' pronotluncied the
trecognitlti youi may c'houose to give
wise andl self-denuying ser'vice, thtere
wast1 onei pr'edecessort of these men
wvho made thenm and thteir' successes
possible. A simple hiear'ted, plain,
untost en tat iouts, labor'iouts, sel f-sacri.
finitg tmani who coutnted ntot huimself
butt gave all thier'e was int him to thi
college in the days whtich tried tmen'
soul11; a man but for whom the in
st ituitioni would have perished aii
the disasters of the time which fol.
lowved the civi war; a man who mad<
uponi its stuudetits the impression 0:
stt'aight and genutine mainhood, ani
whom we- all hold int htighest honor
a man who served God and serv'ei
his (lay and generation wvell, wvhos<
name and memory we reverence, wV
whto sat uundei' his instruction ani
who are yet .conscious of the influ
enee of his noble char'aeter; a mar
who hionored God andl w~hom God1
honor'ed-our one time President
. P. Smtneer
(Continued from First Page. )
and upleld its good name, by the
faith and prayers and enthusiam of
those who were now speeding it on'
to its high mission, he gave welcome.
I )uring the course of his address Dr.
Cromer referred to the money which
had been raised for the enidowimlent
of tle college, inl accounlt of which
has been given in The 1erald and
News. Dr. Cromer's address was
eloquent and feeling, and he was fre
quently interrupted by applause. Dr.
Cromer is himself one of those whose
noble sacrifices have made glorious
the history of Newberry college.
Dr. A. C. Voigt, of Charleston,
brought greetings from the Lutheran
Theological Seminary. The board of
the Seniinary hlad commissioned hini
to bear the greetings in person. Dr.
Voi"t saidi that much of his heart
was still in Newberry. It was more
than a common blond that united the
Seminary to the College. ''You are
bone of our bone and flesh of our
flesh.'' He thoul1ht it not inap
propriate to call attention to the fact
that it was Christian faith which
had created these institutions, and
at this time he recalled the faith of
those fathers who were few in num
bers anid limited inl means, but who
with faith in God entered ulpon the
wo'k and established nll institution
which now has behind it fitty yearsi
of such glorious history.
It was a matter of sincere regret
to the many friends and to every
friend of the college, that Gov. 1). C.
Ileyward, who was to be present and
to bring greetings on behald of the
tate of South Carolina, could not be
present. A telegram expressing his
regret was read to the audience.
Greetings from the State of South
Carolina were brought by Chief Jus
tie Y. J. Pope. ' The State takes
-reat pride in such ain institution as
Newberry college, he said. There
was a test about an institution as
there was about mel. Show him
an institution which furnished lreat
work and lie would show ini inst it i
tion worthy of the greatest praise.
He delied 'any one to point to the
aluni roil of Newberry college with
uther thanl pride.
Chief Justice P)ope spoikt. of his
regret that Gov. Heyward could not
he present. His address was elo
President Benjamin Sloan, of the
South Carolina University brought
greetigs from that institution. The
strength of a nation consisted not
ill its armies and navies, but in the
virtue of its citizens. Many years
ago lie formed an acquaintance with
the third president of the institution,
Dr. Smeltzer. To him lie had entrust
ed the training if his .daughter, now
a sainted memory. He had also
knew that lovable man, the fourth
president, Dr. Geo. W. Holland.
Personally it was delightful for him
to) be here. Long may Newberry
c'ollege 'onitiniue to live in the affee
tionis of the peop)le and gr.ow in the
grace of good work.
Dr. Scherer saidl there were other
rep)resentatives from the various col
leges, who hopedl to hbe present later
on, b)ut who were prev'ented from beC
ing present yest erday morninig. Col
leges and universities all over the
United States had( sent greetings by
letter and( telegrams.
The first. resp)onse to the greetings
wals by the R1ev. M. 0. J1. Kreps,
p)residlent of the Sputhi Carolina
Synod. No hear't throbbed with
g.reater pride today than the great
heart of the Church, lhe said.
Thromurh all the fIfty years of. her
life, has this daughter, been held
close inl the fond and lovinig emb)rae
of the mother. Whenever tihe dlaugh
ter exp)erienced hours of wveaknesses
the motheri sustained to thle utmost
of her ablility. With pardlonable
p)ridle the churc'(h p)ointed to Newber
i-y college and( saidl this daughiter hiad
fully dlischargedl every obligation of
her youth. She had p)aid b)ack and
was payinig back todlay many fold
all that 1had been given to her and
all that had been done for her. E
ternity alone would b)e able to reveal
the great and last ing good done by
this institution during the fifty
years of her life.
Newberry college, lie said, was a
Lutheran inlrtitutionl, but b)y no0
imeans sectarian, anid her doors had
ever been open to those of other de
Inominations. He sp'oke of Dr. WV. WV.
Daniel, president of the Columbia
Female college, a Methodist institbu
tioni, and Dr. J. W. Daniel, the sil
ver-tongued orator of the Methodist
Conference, both of whom are grad
u ates of Newberry college. As the
fifty years life of the institution was
reviewed, the pointings of the great
father of the Church wvere seen, and
the roveiwer could not but observe
divinie gnlidance in its affairs.
The church was grateful for aill
that 11ad been done and giveni to this
inlstitultinn. TTnderannlng thli
Church as he did, and how lovingly
she held this daughter in her heart,
he felt confident in saying that she
would join with those friends who
had already done so much towards
inereasing- the endowment of the col
1r. Seherer made ann111olineelieit of
greetins from the Lutheran Pastors
Association of Charleston.
Rev. J. A. Sligh, president of the
board of trustees, was tihe next to
speak in response to all the greet
ins. As was said by President
Scherer in introducing Mr. Sligh the
college has never had a stauncher
friend. Mr. Sligh said this was a
proud day for Newberry colleg.
This doubtless was the brightest and
happiest day the college had ever ex
oeieieed. For fifty years the col
lege had been meeting difficulty af
ter difficulty and her friends could
not be blamed, for on this day the
cup of their joy, was running over.
It was wvell to celebrate this day and
look back over the history of half a
century. As early as 1828 the Synod
of South Carolina realized that she
would have.to educate her own sons,
She resolved in 1832 to open a
theoloieal institute inl Lexington,
Dr. Bachman was the leadiiig spirit
in this Iov'niemt. Many men were
sent out from this institution whose
inluenice Could not be calculated,
Not ily iei we.e trained for the
ministry. but many were sent forth
to take their places in other ranks
of life. The work of this institution
led inl 1855 to the agitation for the
establishiment of the college which
was charatered in 1856. Il 185q
tle preparatoy deparlmen t was
opened, and the college proper the
following year, .175 students being
enrolled. The war came on and many
of the students answered the r4ll
call of their country. But with few
exceptions, through all the trials of
this lime the (Iiors were kept opei
until 1876. For this the college was
resI)oIlsible ilore tianl to any one
eles to one wll'se solf-sacrilices dur
inl-, ti4 :-t.- 1voithloui s Iimes haId nevei
been sitrp 'l.ssl. ll middle life h(
was plit at tile liead4 utf the college it
16 1. I'mu(ler these trying circum.
t ances lie kept tile college opent an
alnost unaided lie supported hi
family. vith his own hands hI
baked bread aid Sold it to the peoph
of Newberry. 'Mr. Sligh paid a mag
nificent tribute to Dr. J. P. Smeltzer
of whom lie was speaking. Dr. Hol
land, a succeeding president, hia
asked Dr. Smeltzer to prepare a his
tory of his life. In his modesty h
would not consent to do so, but Mr
Sligh thanked God that there wer<
those here today who could tell o:
his great work. His presidency ex
tended from the beginning of th<
wari up until 1877, a time durint
which soldiers of the South gave ul
their all on the altar of their coun
try and the Southern people passe<
through as troublous times as wer'
ever' paised by a brPave people ii
their agony. Durinig the elevei
years the college was in WaIhall:
seven classes were graduated with
twenty-two young mcen. In 1877 thi
college was returnied to Newberr3
Mr'. Sligh sp)oke of the prieseni
slenldid equipm)tent of the collegg
a prtopermty well worth .upwards o:
one hundred thousands dollar's, an<
eomphar'ed it with the scanty equip
ment of a few broken black-boarid
andl the i'emnant of a librar'y which
was pi'actically the whole equipmnen
at one time duinig D)r. Smeltzer'
pr'Ceienc. T~he futurme was g'ran<i
and glorious on this happy Semi
Centtennial occasion ande all the mor'
glorious by reason of the noble sac
r'ifices which had made it possible
Mr. Slighi spoke of excellent worl]
accomlishied tluring the presidene;
of Dr'. Gleo. WV. Holland, who wal
onec of nature 's Models, and of tht
successes which had beent achieve<
by the earnst effor'ts of D)r. (Geo. P
Cromer. Dr'. Scherer, lie said, th<i
pr1esenlt pr'esident, was a worthy suC
cessor' of D)i'. Holland and Dr. Cro
mer'. HIe could appr'oach a crowne<
thr'owned king in thte interest o
Newberry college and impr'ess tha
king with his individuality. Andi
lhe did not secure the ci'own for th
college he wvould at least put the kin;
in position where lie would sa:
nothuing against the college..
Mr. Shiggh paid tmibutte to the pro
fessors who had given their efforts t<
the success of thme college, wvithou
whom the work of the leaders wouli
have been in vain.
Mr. Sligh created great enthusiasr
during the course of his address
He spoke with great earnestnesi
and especially at the close of his ad
dress he expressed the belief that th
college would go on from conquer'ini
to conquest and expressed the earn
est hope, ''So mote it be,'' there wa
The benediction wvas spoken by th<
R1ev. Di'. M. 0. J. Kreps, prtesiden
WANTED--TO buy 15 fat Turkey
liens. Apply to C. B. ummer.
NOTIOE-Have your buggies and
carriages neatly repaired and re
painted bf Neely & M4 tnjear Mr.
T.-C. Pool's stables. AlVI'Wrk.guar
FOR SALE-One pure 0f oy cow.
First calf. Apply at th.W Offlce.
TAIW. - MAQI1#E 1E0OUDS
We have oA' hai, 4 limitid pupply
of 10 in. records Wat w4 will close
out at 40 cents eaeh
Cromegr & McGraw.
WANTED-You to see me before you
build and get prices on sash, doors,
blinds, flooring, coiling, shingles, etc.
0. W. LeRoy..
For Oounty Superintendent Education
I hereby announce myself .a candi
date for re-election for the office of
county superintendent of edu ation
subject. to the democratic. primary.
J. S. Wheeler.
I hereby announce -myself a candi
date for Magistrate for Nos. land 8,
subject to the rules of the democratic
Cannon G. Blease.
Jesse L. Burns is hereby nominated
as a candidate for magistrate for
townships Nos. 1 and 8, and is pledged
to abide the result of the Democratic
For Oounty Auditor.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for auditor of Newberry County,
subject to the rules of the Democratic
0. M. Buzhardt.
R. C. Counts is hereby nominated
for the office of Auditor for Newber
ry county, sulbject to the rules of the
W. W. Cromer is lereby announced
as a candidate for re-election as Au
ditor for Newberry county and will
abide result of democratic primary.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for re-election as a mem
ber of the House of Representatives.
Subject' to the Diemocratic Primary.
F. W. Higgins.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Supervisor for Newberry
colity. Subject to the Democratic
prilmary. Jack B3. Smith.
J.Monroe Wicker is hlereby an
nounnced as a candidate for re-election
for the offie of county supervisor, and
wilaie tihe rules of the democratic
I lhereb)y ann,mlnee myself a candi
dlate for Supervisor for Newberry
coumty. Sub)ject to the Democratic
prnnar. J1. C. Dominick. '
L. T. Feagle is hereby anniounced
as a canldidIate for the office of
County Supervisor and( will abide the
result of thle dlemoera tic party.
- L. V. Livingston is hereby ann)Iounel
edl as a candidate for sub-supe)rvisor
and will abide the rules of tihe demo
W. H. Wendt is hlereby annouinced
as a candhidate for .subl-supervisor. and
will abide the rules of the democratic
.We hereby nominate 0ur comrade,
Osborne Welils, for reelection to the
- ornee of Sub-Supervisor. anti pledge
- him to abide tihe result of the Demo
I cratic primary. No better soldier ev
f er served in tile Confederate army.
Mr. J. P. Cannon is hereby announ
eecd for re-election as sub-supervisor
and is pledged to abide the result of
the demooratic primary.
For Probate Judge.
t Jno. C. Wilson is hereby'announced
1as a candidate for re-election to the
offee of probate. judge. Subject to
tile democratic primary.
- .~1. L.For Treasurer:'
no cL.nEpps is hereby announced -
sf.cut Treasurer to succeed him
sl.Subject to the Demoorettic pri
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