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The Movements of Many Peop4
Newberrians and Those Who
Nr. vigfall Ciieathiami retirnled i
Edgefield on Fri(ay.
M11iss 'T'olly, whoi hts Ieni visitinl
MHiss Adelie Jolinstonie, lias returi1
MI.S. Jack Lewis is visiling... relilliN
es ill tle city.
Mr. Eugene H. Blake, of Greei
wood, is visiting NIr. idwet Hohne
Messrs. Earn1'iiest anld Itra Fellers. v
Columbia, are visiting relatives in Il
Mr. H. T. liwick left yestenla
.forl IIlilersonlville wh-lere he4 wvi
s-pvendl lit suunnlliler.
INIr. .1. '. Ow%en let yesteiy .
his 141me1 inl Orangebur.
Iev. W. 1'. 'aolnorough i!, coml"lline
inlg spvciall smrvices at Iollolon Mill
'IThle public is invited il attendol.
A\ call mneeting" of1 thle 11:11.heb
Maidis will he hel in the libwal
'Tuesday aifterioon at 5.30 o'clov)
A full itten'lniev is reuieslted(.
Nr. .1. C. Wilson is a caililate 6,
m i i na.(6-41-11il 'No. 10 towinship.
M'iss snle lMakie. 411 arlwod i
iliss MIitie Wiltonl. t' Blrtow, Fll
are the .1ests 40t NIrs. W 11. 11Ilt,
Nirl. 1,. 11. Kihler lias returned I
Nisses (C1:11 Make. Ilt'1enwo4
and ,Jessie Willians. 0f Ilartow. Fia
Jure visiting e li Misses McCalughiii
Mr. and NIrs. Ainerle Sebumperl
of Columbia, are visiting Col. ai11
Mrs. 0. L. Sebumipert.
Mrs. C. Ki. Bell, of Augusta. is %i6
itiing her parents, Mr. and1( Mrs. F. A
I'hie ho41i of trustees of tlie Gi
man11y sechool mnel saturdayllivlornlilt
and141 electe M('Nfiss Carrie hunter 0
Prosperity. (eallclorfor fie comin
Nir. .1. 11hithevriol41 Fair. Who ha
i'ity, lef't on Saitunirlay.
MIrs. C. .1. Pirvell -laves this 1m14,ru
in,_- wilhliher vIililreni for TYbve.
Hiev. N . A. Elcilrick, 4.1 ('1lt1l1l1 ii
is inl the city andi(I is co ndutin au s4
ries of, netings at the West En
O1ur Irosperit (011rrsponlltl
should read the annollocement eo
111111. T'I'ere is one1 seeki i legisi,
Tie grand iry should riemem)c
h we11 %v nov lave ma11igistraltes a1 ut1
'The lilt rgla ir s wllo lilave been operal
ing ill Newherry luring tihe past se\
vral lays appea. to be after somc
tlinlg e at. 'I'lley seem to he tih
''chleaplest Set that ever dlid hulsinle,
e' ida ol r sbl-su periso, 1 ri
l,. ('. Living.stion and3 no44 l.. V. a
wa:is Iirist print Ied in thle announ 331cC
NIr. d1ake 1144ze and'3 Mi34 Iiss Be14ssi
lhupt ist (chureb'3 41 on Sundav' ii fternooi4
at1 S::10)441 o'cloc hv lier. L . 1B. Whli I
Death of an Infant.
Char31ile's vliwland. thet infani t so)!
ofl MrI. an d Mr s. (Char ,les Wsson
was 1433iedl ini West End4 '(li temeterv a
44 o'clock ve'stera a''4 fternoon3144). MIr
anld Mr is. Wessonl 1:Vt hav te sinet
[n a3ccordance314' with IiIlie inIstruc34tion:3
of I lit' demIiocrat ie e'xOent ie commlIiit
tee in t his county' givinig the chiairmnai
au3tho4rity to a1poinit a3 comiriittee t
rece'(ive t he can33dida31tes, ('ountyv Chair
man Fr'ed. H. D)ominiekc has made thi
folltowing anniiouncemient of thant eomn
thle commiiiit tee on recetion333 stands(1 a
follows: Fr ued H. D)ominick, J1. Fr'e
Sclhumpert, E. HT. Aull, B. 1R. Leitzsey
L. A. Sease and1( W. C. Slighi.
TPhe commit tee 13as made41 diligenl
effort to see each member' of Amit;
Lodge to ascertain how many plate
they wishe~d r'esrCived for the Masoni
'Banquet, but it has been imipossibli
'to see all the members, and thos<
-ho have not been called upon wil
~lease notify the committee of ai
-rangemnents at 0once how many plate
they Mwishi reserved.
I. H. Hunt, Chr'"t
W. A. MoFall,
See. & TJreas.
Fred. H. Do'minieli
A. C. Jones,
W. J. Swittenberi
T. G usktd.m
THE OIROUIT COURT.
Presentment of the Grand Jury
Cases Disposed of- Com
mon Pleas Court.
0 Thlvemcort of ir-geeral Sessions,
.jllnd-e Chas. (. I)Ilt zler presiding,
:adjoill-lied oil Fridaly afNernloon.
Ill the easte of lth Sate vs. Itorave
slieplpardl alias (Oeorgo (liillilm, dharg
ed with tile murdler otf C'harlie oilliamn
tile jury itte Thursii.a afteritoon re
1111,n0ed .1 vil iet ot nlot gutilty.
Rtobert Itlillbert, colored, was conl
ivietedl of ear breakinig aind lareeny
and11 senlteneedi tit st'erv five Years or
tit pav a line of two hun11dretd dollars.
()nt Fridlay afternloonllde D11t,Iant(z
ler 1ward 1 1um111be tit' 11 iapil Cases.
Fllowin is tle final preSentmentvi
of1 the gr:1n14 jml-y:
Presentment of Grand Jury.
To liis I'looi r 4'. (1. 11hatzler. Pre
The 1rand jury b leve to re
I1. Tham tIhey have varehully conlsidl
v VIred :11111acted upon11 aill indictments
1 h:1n14e1 (itii bv th' solicitor atad have
e)orltei samtie to ite court.
2. We find that tile various vonity
ItfTivers have filedl the receipt for
1thet renlewal of, their honlds withl the
dlerk of thet couirt .
3. lit comlict' e With (lhe reqpest
mad14e inl oiur formler. report thle follow
ina t rial justif-s have presented their
books and doekvts for I inspectionl :
''riatil .1lustices C. 01. Blease. B. B.
lair. P'. B. Ellio, W. C. S JighJ.
IB. Smatith. .1lihn Ropp an d 'Jolhin I Ienl
dierson: aml (te following- trial justice
have failed to presenit their books and(
otiekets: Messrs. W. A. Counts, W.
F. Stber, S. S. Cunningham anti A.
.J. Ho lt.
Mr. H1olt after offerillg an explana
tion for nit presenting his dlockets
was excused and reIlested to pres
nt. his doeket at the next general ses
We rpeommiienI that tihe other trial
juties'he reituested to presenit thell
doekets. for investiuatiin tt te grand
.jury a lt the next 1-enVlerl*l sessionl and1
sh.w vause whyv thvy w have failetd4 tot
prewsenlt fiilm Ithis ssin
- .Aft*ter* v:114- 1 Nlull i .xa Ina ti of all
d:1111s and4bks appertainint: It, thet
, 'Ti,t -es (11 t11t- val-iouls alluve mnenl ti -
Vd ItrialI juIs tives, we flindi' t hat thle
i hooks of trial justices C. G. Blease.
P. B 'lisor. J. B. sillisJ m . B. B. Hait.
it IW. C. Sligh. .ohn liendersonl and
1- John Rop for the year 1905 and 1906
I- ha1.1ve been (leanily and properly kept.
We also finld that they have tilurneid
r over to tle eounltv treasurer all the
4 mllonlev collelced by tlli till uring that
timlle. holing proper voulehers and
- receipts foir tih( samle, and having fil
- l i lte samle in accordance with the
ow governin tile collection of fines
e ni -teneral affairs appertaining to
Stie ItTice of a trial justice.
5. 'IT' oe oiiittee appoinlted by tle
SfII eman f t' rand jury. to investi
gaiteth gener a) contdition of1 tt li'athecu
-yhoerepo4rtted thlat thle inmates oft
saidi tcilty homte wer'e all hig~hly
pleatsedl with the t.reatment areceivedt
htione keeper atnd that Itey aliso
foeeautd 1the home, as we)) as te fairm,
mt ant exeIllent an id Sait iIary ciondi
Iton. WVe, t'erefore'a, Iaike pileasutre
teo i' tiinetndi thle presentI otyiitt htomiit
ha:s cineti e atlid thie a tYairs of' lie
Ii. Wher'ieas, in ftortmali tin has reach
t't Idls Ithat one (Catrrie Subher is runi
thng anid mtaintainitig a houtise otf ill
fameti in this county; thterefotre, we
ficiatls taike sutch stepts ats may lbe nee
essary' to abli sh such nuiisatice.
7. We recommtltendt that the South
ern Bell Telephne company aind the
Ifteume Telephone company lbe requtir
ed to remove the t wo telephone potsts
(beit weent George Gilasgow and Sam
Dncaun) in Towinshtip Nt. 5, that are
si tatted in Ithe i'oadt ief sid towntshiip,
S. WhJereas, iniformia t ion has r'each'l
> ted uls that th le rotads t hrtoughot lie
e outnty (espe'ciallyv the r'oads covered
1 by rural rotes) ar'e in had conidition;
therefoi'e, we r'ecommlTend that the
('o41nty sutpeirvisor ordei' thle various
rottad over'seer1s ini the couty
to4 work atnd putt the roads in good
coniditionl oni 01r before the fir'st (lay
tof D)ecember', 1906, and that the
'countty supervisor give speeial atten
a tioni to all roads coveired by rutral
3 of the United States mails to the pa
Stronms alontg the various routes.
l 9. After examination of the county
- jatil by thte foreman of the grand jury,
" we find that the jail is in very good
heal thy and sanitary condition.
J. S. Dominick, Fo'rman.
Cominon Pleas Court.
,~The common pleas court was open
edyester'day morning, ando a number
oforders were signed-and other buita
ness transacted. It had been decided
tot take up no jury cases. Judge
Dantzler returned to his homne in
Orangeburg last night.
BURGLARIES IN THE OITY.
Several Residences Entered--Burg
lars Fired upon,Without .ffect
At Dr. Ellesor'i
Newberry has been consider-ably
irouiglt I rIng thie past several
days by a series of burglariea in the
city on Friday night, followed by
sevelal on Salirday night. At the
liome of Dr. P. 0. Ellesor the burg
lat-s were fired uipon several times,
but without effect.
It was sliortly before 1 o'clock oil
Friday iight that Mr. Frank Z. Wil
son, who was alone at his residence
in east Main street, heard some one
prowling about his premises. A few
minutes later ht(le heard a noise as if
SOMP le Was attempting to effect
I entrance thiroulgh his dining room
wvindiwms. 141r. WVilsonl with revolver
inl h1and11 waited in the room expect
ing to switeli oin the electire ligits
an114d fir1e as soonl as the man got ilito
Ite room. Judging from the noise
Ihat tle etrance had been made. lie
turned on tle iglits, but found that
lie had been too quick, the Ct rance
Inot hiavingl been m1a(le, and the lmrg
MIrs. P". 1. Ellesor was alonie inl
hier h1omne whIen she discovered 11l11th
SOle011 one was inl tle house. She
)lioined to Mr. B. M. Dennis' resi
fivet. tor assistance and Mr. L. G.
Eskridge and Mr. Dennis wnilt to
Dr. Ellesor's hone. As Mr. Esk
ridge went iin the house le narimrowly
missed beiing struck by a missile
throw)n at him Ihv bsomle one onl the
outside. Witi Mrs. Ell'esor lie and
Mr. )ennis made a complete search
of the house. the search lasting
probably half an hour. Mr. Eskridge
and Mr. Dennis tlien went on the
back pizza. Mis. Ellesor standing
inl the back door. Just as Mr. Esk
idg.le thurned on the electrice li-ght
above his head on the pizza a man
jiimiped through tle kitchen door
aind leaped through the door in tle
lattice work, in his leap touclinig tihe
floor of thie piazza only once. Mr.
Eskridge immediatelyv fired at vlose
ran1e. but with the ligbt just havin.
beeln tiui'ed on above his he.1 shini
inz in his eves, he was blinded f.r tle
m"meit. and his aim was no41t t0rue.
That was the only clear sh,t Mr.
Eskridge had. He fired four more
times in rapid succession thron-h the
lattice work. Mr. Dennis fired once.
and Mr. Eskridge then fired auain.
making seven shots fired without ef
feet at the fleeing man. There seems
little doubt that Mr. Ekrid,'e wvoul(1
have killed his man the first shot
but for tle fact that the li,-ht which
he had just turned was directly
above his eyes. and blinded him for
Some time during Friday after
noon the burglars paid a visit to the
homie of Mrs. 1. W. M. Simmons. and
were heard there again Friday night.
A t Mm'. S. P. Boozer's the lock of a
bIox of winter clothimig an the back
porch was broken. and the contents
scat teredh over the floor.
At Mr. .Jno. M. Kinard 's residence
the pantriy was entered and a ham
(ropped on the piazza. The burg
lars also gave their attendition to
the homes of Mr. J. TI. Mayes, Dri.
0. B. Mayer, and Mr. ('hmarles E.
Suimm'r. An overeoat was left hang
ing on Mr. Summer's fence.
On Sat urday iiighit the home of
Mr. Otto [Klet tneir was eiitered and
some eatables stolen. 'The home of
Mir. W. T. Tfarrant was also visited.
On Sunday night Mr. II. TP. Bishop,
who was at Mr. Cannon 0. Blease 's
iresidence fired t wuiee at some one,
but without effect.
The burglars seem to be priincipal
ly in searnh of something to eat.
Their efforts have for the most part
The people, however, have bein
considerably wrought up, and are pre
p)armed now to give b)urglars a warm
reception at any hour of the day or
Ice Cream Festival.
Pulaski Lodge, No. 20, 1. 0. 0. F.,
will give an ice cream festival and
magic lantern show in the West End
Griaded School building, Saturday
night, May 23. The public is cor
dially invited. A pleasant time may
1)e expected by all who attend. This
being campaign yeai' the candidates
will be wvelcome.
Mimnaugh's Big Sale.
Mimnaugh will inaugurate one of
the biggest sales ever put before, the
peopleO of this community beginning
on Saturday. It takes two pages of
The Herald and News and a four
page (lodger to tell the people of the
values he is offering and it will pay
eveiy pne who has the privilege of
reading'this paper to read this adver
tisement and call at. the big store.
There are some special values at spec
Mimnaugh tells you all about it
(ILL TO BE DOUBLED.
Stockholders Decided to Fill Pres I
ent 1juilding 4nd to Increase
Capital to One Million.
At. the annual meeting of tihe stock
holders of the Mollohon Manufactur- I
ing comlpanly which was held on last I
Friday it was decidedI to increase 1
the capital stock of the company
from five hundred thousand dollars
to one' million dollars, and to build
another cotton mill. This .will give
Newberry three cotton mills, with a
combined capital of one million four
hundred thousand dollars. 4
The equipment of the present Mol- I
lolion mill will be ineresaed during
this year. Two hundred and sixty
four looms will be added, giving the
mill a total of one thousand looms,
and the number of spindles will be
increased froin,29,952 to 42,952.. Mol
lohon Mill No. 2 will be built as soon
as the directors think it advisable
for the best interests of the stock
holders, very probably within the
next year and almost certainly with
in the next year or two.
This means much for Newberry.
'le building of the second mill will
probably increase Newberry's) popu
lation by sone fifteen hundred. The
enlargemeint of the present mill this
year will1necessilate tlie building of
about fifty additional houses in the
mill village. bringing soilne three or 4
tour hundred more people to New
A the s(ockholdres, mneeting the
fodlowing directors were re-elected:
Dr. Jas. McITntosh, C. E. summler., W.
H. lHunt. Z. F. Wright, Dr. J. S.
Wheeler, S. M. Milliken, of New
York: Edwin F. Green, of Boston, E.
B. Wilbur and George W. Summer.
Mr. George W. Summer was re-elect
ed president and treasurer. Mr. E. I
It. Wilbur vice-president and super- I
intendenit and Mr. Z. F. Wright see
The mill has had a very success
fil year. It began operation in
August. 1902. and the fact that its
capital stock has now been dotibled
an1 the erection of another mill de- I
eided upon is nll indication of tle
ability anld success withl which it
It!s heenI managed. A three per cent.
selmi-innual dividend was declared, t
payable on and after July 1.
Death of Miss Harmon.
Miss Lou Harnion was born August
1. 1890, and died June 15, 1906, aged
15 years 9 months and 27 days. She
united withl Bethel Baptist church
alnd1 was baptized at 12 years of age.
She was an earnest. faithful and con
sistent member oif the church of her
choice. Her home. church and Sun
day school has lost a loving and
faitlifi member. She was kind and
affectionate at home or abroad and
loved by all who knew her. The
fiieral services Were condicted by
her pastear R1ev. A. McA. Pitt mnan as
sisted by Rev. Whittaker.
''So fades the lovely blooming
Frail smiling solace of an hour.
See soonI ouri transient comforts
And( pleasurers onily bloom to
Gone to the ratherland.
Mr. Otto Klettner, who has been
in business in Newb)erry for nearly
thirty yecars, left yesterday for a trip
to his old home in Germany, wvhere lie
will visit relatives andI friendls whom
he has not seen during these thirty
years. lie will visit Hamburg and
Berlin., and other p)oints andt expects
to return by the first of September.
The Hebrald and News wishes for
him a safe and pleasant journey.
Thme Luttheran Church of the Re
deemer at a congrekational meeting
on Sunday granted their pastor', the
Rev. WX. L. Reab)rook, a vacation of
six weeks to be taken at any time that
lie may diesire. lie was also excused
from holding service on Sunday night
durinig the summer. HeI will likely
take his vacation. lbegimnning about the
middle of July so as to return to his
wvork by the first of September'.
I will give a first class barbecue I
at Newberr'y, back of Laundry yard,
July 4, 1906. Don't forget the day.
J1. M. Counts.
Violation of Dispensary Law. <
Press Gray was tried in the may-1
or's court on Friday morning chnarg- 1
ed with violation of the dispensary I
law. He xvas convicted by Mayor
Brown on two cbarges, transporting
and storhig liquor, andi was sontene
ed Ott the two cases .to pay a line of
one huntdred and twenity-flye dollars,
or to serve sixty days on the gang.
Gray wvas represented by Cole. L~. I
Blease, Esq, and has takdn an appeal<
A FINE PROPERTY.
Mhe Ashley Manufactuirlng Plant to
Start Soon-Now Machines
The Ashley Mainufacturinlg coi
niny have recently 1ha( the buildings
mnd wood work of the mill repainted
md orders have been placed for new
md up-to-date machinery, and it is
1xpected that the Knitting Mill will
)e put in operation in a very few
Mr. J. D. Davenport isq president
)f the new company and is a live, en
.rgetic and progressive btusiness man,
feing also president of the Excianiige
anak. Mr. J. A. Blackwelder is see
retary 1111d treasurer, and will have
1the active maliagelent of the plant
ind is very enthusiastic. Hei has had
.xperience in mill work with the Canl
on Mills at Concord, N. C., and will
,iv,e his whole time to the manage
nent of the Ashley plant. It will be
remembered that lie and Mr. Daven
)ort purchiased the old plant of the
Vewherry Knitting Mill and that it
ins been incorporated as the Ashley
fannufactiring company. They have
I most excellent and desirable prop
tity and it was plurcliased at a very
easonable figure, less than fifty per
-elt of' its original cost. The new
-oneern will put in, as stated, up to
late machinery an11d will double the
-apacity of tile plant. They have en
raged a practical mllanl who uni1der
ta hnds not only the business, but also
s, capable (f taking care of tihe ma
We should he glad to see this plant
tarted upl), aid we have no doubt, it
vill be made a success froin the be
liinling and will be quite an addition
4) the ninny industries of the city.
Messrs. Blackwelder andl( Daven
)ort who have conducted successfully
lie past several years a wholesale
,rocery and jobbing business in New
>erry, have sold out to J. W. Kihler
company, tihus giving both of them
nore time to devote to the Ashley
Lianufacituring company. The trans
'r of Ile grocerv business will he
niade on the 1st of July.
Will be Tried in Laurens.
Horace Sheppard, who was acquit
ed in the court of sessions liere last
veek of murder, will be tried in
anurens county. Sheriff Duckett, of
'aurenls, was in Newberry yesterday
imd carried Sheppard back to Laur
ms with him. When Sheppard was
rrested and charged with murder in
qewberry county Sheriff Buford held
i warrant against him for murder
n Laurens county. Sheriff Buford
land been on his trail something like
wo years and had located him when
he negro with whose murder lie was
larged in Newberry county was kill
dJ. Sheriff Biford had made ar
-angements with a man to point out
he house in wvhich Sheppard was liv
ng andl his cap)ture was to he effect
1d i a few days. Before the time set,
iowever, the killing with which Shep
tar'd was charged in this county was
'ommitted and when Sheriff Buford
trr'ested Sheppard hie found that he
vas the rman for whom lie held the
.saurens warrant. Sheppard was held
ni Newberry until called for by Sheri
if' Ducket t, under the or'der' passed( b)y
'L. 0. Linvingston-Not L. V.
Mr. Editor: Please allow me a
ittle space in your valuable pap)er to
nake at corriection. I notice my nameW
mnlounceed as a candidlate for' Subl
9'upervisor, which surprised me ino
ittle and I must say dlisagreeab)ly so,
is I have never' thought for one mo
nent of becoming a candidate for any
>)flece and am sorry that my name has
ippeatred in the canididate 's column.
Shighs, S. C.
A Persuaded Prisoner.
The resourceful man is the one who
ucceds. There is a deputy marshal
n Alabama who does not let any such
rifles as extradition laws stop him.
i. writer in the Washington Post tells
a story of one of his achievements.
Vhien the termi of couirt was about to
>egmn one time, a man wh1o wvas out
mn bail was reported to be enjoying
umnself in Georgia.
Deputy Jim went after him. The
iext day he telegraphed the judge:
"I have persuaded him to come."
A few days later lhe rode into town
mn a mule, leading his prisoner, tied
ip. snugly with a clothesline. The
>risoner looked as if lie had seen
"Why, Jim I" exclaimed the judge.
'You didn't make him walk all the
vay from Georgia, did you'?"
''No, sir;'' replied Jim.
"1 thought not," said the judge.
"No," resppnded Jim. "Part of
he way I drug hiim, and when we
ome to thie Tallapoosa river he
Where the UnfortUnates Ate dared
For-Mt. T. L. B. Evi SuPqr
intendent-A Nice Farm.
A few days ago the editor made a
bisit to the county homne. This insti
ution 'has beeni maintained by the
-ounty for quite a number of Years.
Xt first the buildings were of brick,
-ut they were very much dilapidated
nd sonie fifteen or twenty years ago
they were replaced by wooden build
ings, two rooni cottages being built
r. L. B. Epps, Keeper of County
Por the inmates and a wooden lbuild
ng for the keeper. , This wooden
uilding, however, needs very much to
1)e replaced by a new one.
There are now thirteen inmates in
the home, five whites and eight ie.
:roes. Rachel Spiller, one of the
white inmates, has been there for six.
ty-five years, having been taken there
>y her mother when she was all in.
rant. She was born blind, but seems'
to be perfectly happy and contented
inl her.home and with her surround.
ings and takes great iiterest in the
-hickens. The present superinten.
lent -of the homne, Mr. T. L. B. Epps,
has been there only during this year,
but Ie ha1s cleaned up things and hns
made everything as comfortable as
)ossible, under tile circumstances, for
the nlllfort ulnates, who oceupy the
home. The county has a nice ilnd
very valuable tract of land which is
planted in corn and cotton and the
farm is in excellent con(lition. Mr.
Fpps is taking great interest in this
work [ind seems to be giving general
Letters remainilig ill the post office
it Newberry, for the week ending
Charley Barfield, Hattie Adams,
Mollie Davis, L. C. Harrell, Mrs. M.
A. Johnson, Carry Nance, Sara Nich.
>lson, Rev. J. H-. Posey, F. L. Sligh,
W. F. Taylor, J. H. Wheler, Florence
Persons calling for' t hese letters
rill please sayv thallt thiey were atdver
W.inston Churebill, tiheEnis
Convert to liberAlism is making af
elutation for sharp wit. His curt
retort to a woman heekler, ''Madam,_
will not be henpeckedl' ' was the
est iig of the1( recenit campaign.
lIe is now raising a1 mUoustache. A
arm lad(y was11 being takeni into dinner
>)y tihe buIdding politician.
'Mr. Churchill, '' she said, ''I like
Vour Politics as little as I like .vour
It should htave b)eenl a cruishinlg
hiot, but1 lnt so to Chlurchlill. IIis rO
uly hut Onl tihe instant:
''MIadam, you are' not likely to
ome in contact with cithlen.
For Magistrate. 2
.J. C. Wilson is hereby announmiced
is a candidate for' maLristrate1 for~ No. --
.0 townlship) and( will abide thle rules
~the Demoraicparty E
SPECIAL NOTICES. IE
EOR ONE WEEK LONGER-ee
will pay highest cash prices for
children 's and3 infants' clothing of
GOLD MONOGRAM STICK PIlN
was fonld on the floor at. tile ball
"hursday night by Mr'. Fred( It
Dominick. . Tile owner may obtain
same by calling at his olilee.
VANTED-...Southerni minerail land.'
Cobalt, mnanganese, gold, graplhite_
talc, soapstone, kaolin. Deivennfl -
Eight WVall Str'eet, New York.
VANTED-..The person who borroW
ed may fountain pen to returnit
No questions will be asked. pleae
leave at Herald and News offit
E. H. Aull.
FPICE POR RENT-Comfortabh~
office for rent over Herald an1
rows office. Aply at,.this office.