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GLENN CLUB FORMED.
Home to Boost the North Ca
olina Executive for Presi
n cor. Columbia State.
ii presidential boom eln
-anized at Spray, N. C
e of the governor. Tb
Stdirough some o
zens of Spray, wlh
n today. One <
asm. that there
908 Gov. Glenn wi
t unanimously fo
f the Glenn presi
-en expected i
e national cap:
e recent widel
wen Gov. Glen
which the rail
nd best. But i
om what quarte
come of the boon
d most appropriat
town of Spray, whie]
10.000 American peo
townsmen, as well as fel
tizens of the governor. shoul<
place in which to break th(
tle of wine over the prow of th(
lenn boom -and let her sail over thE
eep blue sea of honor and succesE
along with the other good ships o:
The citizens of Spray are quite en
thusiastic, so those who have come t.
Washington declare. They thinl
that even though Mr. Roosevelt him
self should be nominated, as it is
conceded 'he will be if he can, Gov
Glenn has a record of accomplishmeni
against the railroads whereas Presi
dent Roosevelt has taken his out in
talking. Gov. Glenn has not busted
# any trust, but he has made the rail
roads accept the 2 1-4-eent rate or
bust. Moreover, it is said by the
prominent citizens of Spray that in
ease Secretary Taft is the Republi
ean nominee, Gov. Glenn will be the
only man yet spoken of who would
be any match at all for the big secre
tary in advoirdupois.
- This is but the beginning, so the
prominent citizens of Spray say, of
the -formation trouglbbut Rocking
ham county of Glenn gresidential
boom clubis and it is thought that be
fore the summer is over the entire
country will be thoroughly organized.
From Rockingham county it is ex
9 peeted deputations will go to a.djoin
ing counties to organize elubi; and
so it will spread thbroughout the na
Stion. Some presidential boom club
wvill make the nomination in the next
national eenvenion, 'Glenn banners
will be podlleed simultaneously
fromn all parts of the (eenvenlt1Cli, the
band will gtr'ike up t"1>ixie'' and the
convestin will be stampeded.
'Tis is the plan in .general. Of
eotirse the details are yet to be work
ed oust. The prominent citizens of
Spray who are in the city today 'have
been looking around for suitable offi
-ees for the Glenn presidential boom
headquarters next year, from which
to carry on a propaganda to -reach the
uttermost parts of the country.
Both President Roosevelt nd Sec
retary Taft being absent form Wash
ington, neither could be interviewed
today upon the subjecit, but it is
thought that as soon as the news
.reaches Oyster Bay a statement w"
be given out there,. - .
GBORGIA VOTES ?651~B~N.
Whreugli its Nl~satiiffB1i Passes
bya VeTzy Large 4Ejor
Atat.'~ te ~... l 30---h -lae
Geoiaj.6.iate 'som:e days igo, wa
, d<opf oy t,'re house tis wveeg by
a.roh of 1139 to 39. Trwo 'ndmenti
Sejdt to the bill 'by the house vai
'neesitate the bill go.ing back -to En
seniate for consurreate, of 'whiel:
ther is no doubt. and the bill wiI
to Gov. B~oke Smith for hia
, which has been practicall.
aients 'today permit the
alcohol by retail drug.
prescription of a trape
aLand also -aid whle
ugits to eg 'i-e alcohol
ck for sale ni to retailers.
ebill pieleWts the manufactuit
seeping $a hand in any place. 9
iness, ~tti sale or giving awa:y P<
die Mbiiness within the tsate o
y -lyaor that may produce intoxi
*The new law is to bet'oirEffecetiv'
annary 1, 190S. .
After the first fight oh the b' las
-eek. in which the oponent s howec
eir u'bility to ke tIhe ae from it
nird reading, and which tulmiuare
in a personal eneounter 'un the. Tier
of the house between members. -of il
obuse at the end of a 14-hour. 'sec...
n2 a-eament was r2aehed makin
e bm :a 'speeial .:rder fo- tocam
I taken a; 4 'l.-k. ThiV p
r- gramme was carried out. Thirty
amendments were offered. 13 of th
by the prohibition forces. Only i
were allowed. anid both of these we
introduced by the prohibitioidst.s. T
b anti-prohibitionists made their hai
, est filht to .secure t:he adoption of
.e amendment to postpone until June
f 1909, the date when the bill shor
o become effective. This was lost,,128
3, The bill, as amended, was put
s the final vote at 6.45, which was coi
l pleted 45 minutes later, a few of t
r members taking the opportunity
explain their votes.
2 Advertised Letters.
- Letters remaining in the postoffi
F at Newberry. S. C., for week endii
2 July 27th. 1907.
- A-Carrie Adams, Mrs. A.
t Adams. Mrs. Ophelia Amick.
r C-Maryran Curran.
F-Miss Lillie Mae Felton.
3 E-Mr. Johnnie Eads. Rev. J. ]
- G-Mr. younl Garry. Mr. Was]
H-Mr. Sam Higision. Mr. T. f
L-Mrs. Mary Lenzy.
N-Rev. Samuel Nance.
P-Mr. James S. Price.
S-Mr. Pat Smith.
T-Miss Mattie Thompson.
W-Mr. J. R. Wood. Mrs. W. Wa
Persons calling for these letter wi
please say that thev were advertise<
Chas. J. Pureell, P. M.
Edittr (i aves is leading a magn
ficent crow-hibitionist campaign.
News and Courier.
a Quick as a Wink*
That ersety expresses it, Just as quickly
a yo can tbe contents af one package of
THE DAINTY DESSERT
into a pint of bollingwater, you will hs re.
da desnert whc will surprise and
all who taste it. When It has become it
will jetlify ad be ready tot. For amoe
1WVWTVVW Andmart try the powing:
Peel tve large benanas, rub smooth with Lye
teasoonuls f .Add one cup sweet
cra beatenDf t a rfroth, then one pack
of Lemon Jel-O dissolved in one and oe
cups of boiling water.
**-" Pour In mold or bowl
u\~~9\with candid cris
Serve with whipped
ted ecie book re.
SThe Gensee Pure Food Co., le Roy. N.Y.
You will save money and get a
better roof ~by using
Slate colored-contains no tar-I
e asily laid-a roofing kit free.
Spark, water, gas, heat and cold
proof. Lasts long ad looks well.
Don't take an imitation.I
Send for a free sample ar-' '
jng plans for a 2 cen: -
c. H.- --a.
E. SHEE-iA B
Ale, coot P:2r, Chai
pagrie Cideri. Wiseola an
Dotmestic ager Peer ir
ipnts, 1N dozen ec me cask
W ~rite fr ecmpktc- pric
st.L Whelesale mnd retai
dealer in Wire~s anid IJ
no dsavi:g a naradetc.
eb.es and thosroughly heaJsan
'clear.e, ValuaN1e notonly for
atrelieves colds, throat troubless
hay fever, "stopped-up" nose, etc.
d e Ouarantee Satisfaction.
7u s o cent tube of -NOSENA from
your neokletby mail roc.
BOWN M4'G-- -nO"ren
- ~L io bro.'O'** '
l1e LOOK A
This beautiful C"ne Seat Rocker, m;
dried Oak. is so well gu-rnteed to u. I
did not give entire satisfaction we woi
any time within a year from date of sb:
special price $2.50
...lld biaR&intied Oak Centre Table,
%Ader round or square. This Table iS
~equaily as good material as the Oak
Rocker ~above. Regular pria# M inchi
$3.5> spcialprice $2%
- a -----x : I :..- :
Beautifu4-No'ttinghamlI1aee Cit ains
19&nii~d edges. Extreli length jy
yards, in beautiful paut:his. RegIIe
price per pair $'3:0, 'se'ial pviteI
per pair $14S.4i
If you dcfrfr amounts*$10.0
Post (*ice or Expfess Mone'
Cohibia cost I5e "Exchange
The Lion Pui
~1624 M~ain St, C
WRITE FOR BEAUTIF
ide up of select Canadian ai
h.t should you buy one and it
104 replace it with a new one
pment, Regular pr ce $3.50,
Fanecy Parlor Latap.
Length 35% inches, extends fo
55 in., rich gold finish, fancy
embossed metal work, r4 minc
cone shade, clear glassolfounit,
No 2 Sun burMr and chimney
Eah . . a 4
C AniAr Square.
improved 'q unliit y. H e A y
weight, i,hard woven; Med-lioi,
F1d# aind all-over' d~signs in
'Umabinations of Green, Tan,
&ted, &c. g ita BR [ ft.
Each . $4.86i
Sor morre. 'ReinAk with
r Orde-'. Cheeks out of
>lum bia, S. C.
Grand Julu Clearance SaIe!
We have too many summer goods, and rath
er than carry them over we are going to make
the price on them RED HOT. This sale com
mences Friday 12th, and includes all colored
summer Dress Goods, Colored Parasols, La
dies' Slippers, Men's Straw Hats, Ladies' Hats
and Flowers, Summer Clothing, Men's Low
Quarter Shoes. We sell Domestic Sewing Ma
chines $25.00, New Defender Drop Head
Sewing Machine $17.93, Machine warranted
Just received our 32nd car, making 3,555
bbls. choice Tennessee Flour, and while it lasts,
goes for best patent $5.35, half pat. $4.90..
Every barrel guaranteed to give satisfaction.
PROSPERITYi S. C.
Broaddus & Ruf
HERALD & NEWS
Pens and Ink,
In fact anything you need along that line.
*CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Don't forget to call on them.
They are also agents for Laurens Steam
E we use are without exception the purest grade..
We believe in PURITY..
We constantly preach PURITY.
We always practice PURITY when preparingmdf
PURITY counts, and coats for much, In. medicinees
Ask your doctor.
MAY ES' D3RUG STORE.
VERY LOW RATES:
NOINFOLK AND RETURN
-Account JamestgWfa Ter-Cemadflat insitioft
. . . VIA . --
Season, Sixcty Day and Fifteenl t)y Tickets on sale
daily, coJmmencing April 19th, tt and including No-.
Very kw rts wil also be tnadt for MILITARY ani
BRASS BANDS in unlfehni 'attending the Exposition'.
STOP 'OVERS will be allowed on Season, SixtygDEayy
and 'Fifteen Day Tickets, same as on Summer.Thur
Forful nd compl!ete information call on Ticet
Agents Southern Railway, or write
K. W. Hunt
Charleston, S. C.o