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LEGARE FOR CONGRESS.
The contest for subernator
honors. while it is interestin
mainly because' thre chief ac
have Indu!,red in a great deal (f
"horse play," and this h.s -erv
ed to entertain a large number
of the voters, should not alto
gether take up all of the ,uter
est. We have members oI the
legislature to sviect, we ha ve
county ofticers to noinat"'ei dl
what is very importalt we 'have
a congressman for this distlriet
to put forward who is to re pre
sent us in the coun-ICs Of I be na
The matter of nomi ng. i nr a
congressman shiould be ca;refuliy
considere-d: the South" is abot to
come into its oxn for t.e dirt
time since the war btwen tr
Statts. True. we h ai i:no
the gover nment wi I the
of ext Maren, be ath ::d
the Democ.Pratic party, hrfr
it would be a great iistalle for
the South to make changes m
her congressmen: the most ex
perienced men we have are need
ed now more than ever before.
The reason the Republicans had
Such a sway in congress was not
so much because they had a ma
jority, but it was because of
keeping their men in congress.
Whenever a man of long exper
ience addressed that body, his
woi~s were listened to with tue
greatest respect, and unless it
was a matter of a strictly party
principle he carried votes with
him from both parties. Tis is
true as every stuent of gzovern-i
ment knows, therefore we say it
will be wrong did we not return
our congressmen to the phices
they so admirably filled when
they had an opposition party to
Regardless of personal prefer
ence the voters of Clarendon1
should give to the Hon. Gecorge
S. Legare the largest vote hie has
ever polled in this county. Two
years ago, Clarendon had a can
didate of her own, Mr Legare
expected this county to give to1
her son the handsome vot s 'he
gave him, but now the cand.idate
who is opposing him is not a
Clarendon man but from Cha~rles-|
ton, therefore Ciarendon not be I
ing unfriendly to Legare. wil
give him her support. Legare'si
record entities him to the con
sideration of the voters of tihe
district. Lie has done good work
as those who have been associat
ed with him dleclare, arid the rec-|
ords beaLr out. His opponent, :
Mr. Larisey, came into political6
life during the municipal contest!
in Charleston, where he made
speeches in the inter-est of John
P. Grace for Mayor, so far as w.e
know he has never hdd a public
trust, nor has he r-enderedi a
public service; usually before a
man asks to be sent to conress
he does a good service for the Ii
people at bomne where the people
can see for themselves what:
their is in him that entitles himn
to be sent forth to -represent I
them mn nation. i
To merely get before thre pu- j
pie with a whole lot of theories~i
does not entitle him to thre con
sideration of an intelligent elee- <
torate. Anybody can make pro1
fessions, and in them, they can
be sincere, but when they are
put in a positisn to carry out the
theories, they come in contact
with other forces, and3 views and
their enthusiasm gets a jolt,j
ther-efore we say the people of
Ciarendon should not be led as
tray to run after strange gods.
-' ' -faithful
urg~e our people to stand. bhi
A FATRIOT PASSES OVER THE RIVER. I
There- passed into thre grealt
beyond yesterday afternoon at
his home in Greenville. Hon.
William L. Mauldin in the G7th
year of his age. The dec-eased
was a devoted confeder-ate veter
an, a statesman, and aget
man. He served South Carlina
in sev-eral capacities and in eah
with ardor and tidelity. H.e was
a man of keen powers of perce;
tion, and as true as steel to his
friends. He reoresented Gri
ville in the State Senate for - n
vears. and there was no manrin
th~at bodv w ho was hield ing reter~
este2em. 'The wiiter is pr--v ie'd
to say and1 feels honored in do
ing~ so that Governor Mauld in
was his friend, and often hris
guide in matters in wich theC
State was concerned. H-e was~
chairman of the comittee of0ti
nan(ce. and in that cap~rity did thre
State great sCrvice ini aeep'in
a faithful wateh upon the- tes
ury. South Caroli na, in t -
death of G*over-~nr Mauldin'has
had a severe ioss. He- was. a y
gent!.elean. .A man lm a to
heart and a de-term inad smi:Kt .e
TILILNAN RENSA1\S NEUTRAL
Sen t a T 1m. 1: :m w r t
-ar rom \l . L . Si ms or
m ; so1
a1ital to u wit Iho voters
ut wh il L ko"ks t 1 is lik a I WO
lao at thec Ime i . I -
le does, nlol cons. .y~oe
1use he voted against the Ol.lt
ro' law, aid that' he regards
lhe Judte einie<ul ualifi-d to
)e t-ove-nor. But h( continues
o reiterate IS neutaliv in this
-ont''" by e g ow take
ades d catsthe nes
Cti Gh"we's at!t4ack on the
e.radt!:-e dictag -raphi
We (nnot tigure the letter to
)e any miore than an eXpression
i yinion as to Judg. Jones'
LIilitV to uake a govenIor: it
lid not need the expert opnion
>f our senior senator t.> say tis,
1.man 1OF dis(ei-rlnment wi ad
ni.t that J1dge Jones is compe
out. T1he social equality arg'u
neut is considered by the masses
hifferent from what the press is
Ltressing. The masses do not
or a nioment believe J Tud(g ,e
Iones would permit limself t
neet upon a social l-vol with a
01r. aid his vote i 1 r z :
e ng the'ssnrem tons
h at thl n l voti ng a-, he(
sne to an .qualTv wit the
ierocs on the trains. In other
words he was more interested in
:>ehalf of the nnances of the
railroads than lie wais in the coi
Ert an.:d convenience of the
white travellers. who. at that
time were subjected to a very
lose contact with the black race
:)n the railroads.
We do not agree even with this
:onstruction of Judge Jones
rote. He claims at that time,
such a law was unconstitutional.
et he cannot show where the
:nstitution has been changed to
.ter the situation. His reasons
ie weak. In our opinion there
.s more reasoning in his stata
:ent made in the beginning,
lhaL at the tu ne of this agitation.
te railroads were weak tinan
ially and pleaded with the gen
ral assembly not to force this
:tizdtional exuense upon thom
..n. iiad he stuck to this posi
ion it would not have hurt him
3t all, and it would have been
etter received. His showing
hat others voted as he did
ionts ti nothing, because
most of these voted that way'
fter hearing the a rgumients of
The lawyers in the legislature,.
hat such a. law was unconstitu
ionai. We have no idea that
:he thought of social equality
ntered into the discussion when
:he measure was pending.
The1 Senii'tori emfphasiss is
iutrality by saving "I say this
uore willin gly because it can not
e construed as my taking sides
s between the men. I announc
dc lust fall that I would not do
his and th us far I hiave~ seen no
asonl why I should change my
ttitude." When we take mntc
onsideration a! that has hiap
pened since "last fafl" when
This dleclaration was made, and
he fact that the senator still
fuses to take sies, in our
>pinion, there is absolutely
othinlg to give either of the
:andidates anyr consolation, that
s. if they are seeking the favor
> Senator Till man. We construe
he letter to mean. if Jones is
eted he is gailiied to be gv
rn'lor. thtut so far,11' i notig has
>.en~ proven aans=t Bleune. ad
L .ontintuation of tile Grace
nethods, and the dictagraph
dush, means the certain election
>f Bease. This is all there is
There has within the past few
lays come to this office comimun
catons fromn other counties, one
-romn Donalds, S. C., and another
-rom Waterloo, S. C., also one
romn Florence, a!li in the interest
>f the candidacy of the present
~overor, but inasmuch as these
:orrespondents are not residents
f this county, nor are they pat
ons of this newsp.aperCI, wef (do
t feel called unon to furnishi
re spaIce free of cho:1r'e for
he air'ing of th ir a' d a
alers (re wVell suvpplied wi~ith
>olti'0 opCinrionCf- te i hI i r
>thers usuai'y, but wxheni the co!
lnns of the newspaper~ts are mll
' wih ?1politie's theon politicl''
':ws beCcome mzono~tUonous, and
or the reasons given we decline
o nuhish the articles though
h'' repressent v'iews similar' to
It berius t'o look as if the
* i Moos 1)artv of whviich Col.
hooor.Ros.'''ilt is the' whole
miema ate : . he door
b tit (' umiot be' fo. Ied [f
['aft wants ths Iooe sae
neui at conve tinih e h i
-atting for thilli~ thi' ,y .m vI:
n oIihumor [or the nU'n IN
>umcanconein, :t'ed there
LET US HAVE A SLEAN EL1C1N.
The isue raised with regard to
t!i snuply If tickets for the pri
nayv n 'tihe 27th, i-s oic which in C
e I thIeIt ii re electoraLtC ot the
Stat,. so far as the State Excutive: f
Committee is concerned, we have
not the lcast doubt that it will
have enough tickets printed and
S;nt Out to the severa"L counti
It would be folly for the com
mittee to do otherwise, notw.ith
standing the fact a majority of 1
that body are not supporters of 1
the present administration. it
could not afford to resort to!
trickerv to defeat a candidate.
T'he only danger lies in the
handIling~ of the tickets after they
iave been sent out, a partisan
county chairman could. if be
were dishonest, distributes the
tickets so there would not be alf
sufficient supply at the pre
eincs -where the majority will
be against his favorite, but that
would be a dangerous experi
ment. the people would not
tazjd for it, were any lumber
deprived of their right to vote
) tierkery. It would be ex
treiely foolishly for a commit
tee or any set of men to counte
nance any such tactics. We re
call the Greenville case where
there was trickery resorted to
ml th primay. und the caudi
d che.ted ran in the general
eCetion: Senator Tillman was
appealed to and he pleaded with
tie voters Of Greenville to
stand bv the n0oIuiIwe as te
dio, t I u 'ye Cim
0 t e4. 1a --i-~io a01~ nd de
.ate d he comiti~te s h n iee
by ail ove, lhehnog majurty.
WwtO pl ~- rowil a-Atitis
Oi It euUsLtee~ w di .o in uo
uncertain way. NU People will
be content to submit to fraud or
a frauduently nominated candi
date, therefore, we say those in
I charge of the party machinery,
in order to preserve party regu -
larity and integrity, will noL do
anything which will give an ex
cuse for an appeal to the gen
eral election. Regardless of
whether Blo-ase or Jones is nomi
nated, it is more inportantto keep
the pri mary honest, and thereby
keep our people together. We
think that inasmuch as the ques
tion has been raised it should be
the duty or those who have the
handling of the tickets to see to
it that 1hey are not wanting at
the polling places by letting
persons grab off lar-ge quanti
ties, perhaps to destroy. If any
number of persons should by
an means be deprived of their
votes, it would be known, and if
the courts did not come to the
rescue, then there would be
grounds for an appeal to the
general election as was the case
in Greenville; the administra
tion having the appointment
of the . commissioners, these
would appoint the managers,
ence we say if there was any
trickery contemplated it would
be foolish to attempt it.
We hai-e no idea that in this
section oi tlhe State there could be*
found men who would consent to
rookedness in the primary, but
is th p country where there
determination to defeat this voteT
there is no telling what will be
done. In Charleston there is
also danger if those who profess
to know tell the truth. We
sincerely hope that there willI
be no excuse given for tr-ouble.
the people have sufferied enough
this summer not to h ave it con
tin ued on to November, they
need a rest from political dis
cussion and bitter-ness. and the
only way to have it is for- every
ma n to discountenance any at
tempts at trickery, matters not
wich sideS pmoposes it.
CARE SHOULD BE EXERCISED.
Whai t there is in the rumor
thait thieie will te trickery inl thle
comng primary we do not know.!
f dishonest tactics is resorted toi
it. would be deplorable. and in all
probabiity it would cause trou
be. W\e recall a few years ago I
in Greenville county, the party:
authoities were charged with
un~fairness, and it resulted in
their act being repudiated in the 1
g eneraml election. We sincerely
ope there will be no reasonable
round for a charge of fr-aud in I
the coming election. We may I
d iffer on individuals, and say I
many hard things of each other. Ii
this is bad enough, but when an
election has to be won by fraud
those perpetrating it will have I
Icause to regret it. What thel<
niIasses want is a free and fair I
joa ini to confim the verdict of
the~ priary ini he general eee
It i hined that in certam sec
ins the suply of tickets willK
not be suficient to meet the de
mand an1 d. because of this hint, I
a request was made for- an add i-(
tialI supply, but thme Secretary I
ofi the executiv.e commlittee takes t
the position thiat he cannot coin (
l1y with the request, a's he0 is in
structed to) onlyi furnish tickets II
to the County Chairmecn. and C
therefore, lie cannot fi:-msh~i can I
didates with extra tickets even|<
tough tile candidate pays th
e\pnse of the satme. Ujnher rul
4 t the party we thinik Scretar
Beet is right. This rule: red
as~ follows:-Eachi voter in said.
imfary shall vote two bal lotst
on wihich shall be prinited the ie
nime or names of the candidates
oed by him for each of the of-|C
!esto be tilled, together with
the names of the offiee. TheI,
h-t t~~.o be voted shall he fur
is~e byx the state and county
4executv coualmittees5 respective
ly and shiall conlt::in thle names
(f all candidates for~ th1 respew
ti - 'Onices and1 no other ticke-t
shall b- use.''
zsd in the primary. whathf
vritten or printed, or whether
vas furnished by an individu.
r the committee, but under ti
atest rule none but the tickel
urnished by the conmittes ca
>e used, and right here there
oom for trouble. If the chai
nan of the committee who is
artisan refuses to f u r n i s
nough0 tickets to supply the vo
rs or having furnished thei
)artisan managers permit t:
ickets to be carried away an
hereby create a shortage.
hat voters are deprived of ti
)rivilege of voting, it will cau
ots of trouble. therefore. thos
n authority should exercise
pecial care to prevent anythin
vhich will give the semblance <
i excuse for the charge of m
THE CLUB ROLL SITUATION.
There has recently been pul
ished a letter from our esteer
!d friend Hon. W. N. Graydoi
)f Abbeville, relating to the clu
-olls of Charleston, and what I:
ays of Charleston might be tri
y said of every county in tl
tate. The club rolls have moi
iames upon them than they hai
:oters, we know it is the case i
larendon, and we take th
ounty as an index to all of ti
ounties, and unless a rule c.
>e adopted to eliminate the rol
ntirelv and have the electi(
onducted so as to reqnire eat
:o:'r 7o cast. his ballot in tl
h o:-hin 'in which h re-ides ar
n e e\o,, we do notr, see ho
he duplication of names can 1
)revented It is a fact that ti
oVs contain the names of ti
,ame persons on several club
his was not done for fraudulei
)urnoses, but in most instanci
or convenience; the voter ho;
ver, does not attempt to vo
>ut at one club. We have tinr
ud again received requests fro
riends living away from tl
ounty seat to have their nam(
laced upon a club at the coun1
;eat so they can vote there
ase they happen to be in tl
;own that day. when they ho
his done they did not have the
aames removed from their hon
.lub, but if they voted in tl
own club they did not vote els
xhere. Now the Charleston si
lation is somewhat differen
her have a special rule in th
-itv which does not obtain els
vhere: frauds are alleged to I
xerpetrated in Charleston at
his may be true. but we cann<
ee how it is to be remedied ui
.ess toe local committee plac4
nen at each box to see to it th;
ione but those who are legal
4ualified can vote and t-> prevel
-epeating, if such is attempte
Lt is our opinion however, tb
~raud cry is "wolf when there
to wol f." and that it is intendf
o make the friends of the cand
lates more active and more vig
ant. We know Hon. W. N. Gra
ion well, and we know him to 1
L man of the highest integrit;
se should be willing to trust tl
mtire ma~nagement of the pr
nary in his hands, notwithstant
ng the fact that we do not agri
2pon certain candidates, at t!
ame time our confidence in hi
s so complete we can say th
e wish he was at the head<
WHY WORRY "UNCLE BEN"?
Senator Tillman's second le
er is about as indefnite as hi
irst, but then what differenc
loes it make how the Senatt
stands? It is his right and pri
Rege to favor who lbe please:
mud we do not think it propi
or his friends or nis enemies1
vorry him about it. We agr(
ith the senator that a Uaite
tates Senator should not a
empt to dictate who the pe'op
~hould vote for, as they are cou.
>etent to judge for themselve
We haye the same views aiboi
bec congressmen, they to<
hould refrain from having an:
hing to say in a State electioi
bev have their own affail
o look after, besides, the pe<
le are as well prepared to sa
cho shall be governor as the
re. We have a congressmeni
his district who realizes tU
1ecessity of looking after tt
ffairs concerning the office I
as ben elected to. and ieavin
l other offices alone. He is
:andidate for rec election, swing
ng to no man's coat, but pa
ihng his own canoe. Hon. Georg
i. Legare seeks re election upc
is own merit, and not upon th
lemerits of anybody else, at th
ae time. he knw full we
,be people hiavinig the selectiu
>fa congressmaa, thuey alisohax
he sezeio o the~ governo1
The eiforts to dragz Senate
iblnan into this campaign ar
vrong. he has time and agai
pressed a desire to be 'haind
K' in this tiht and we thin
e ouh~t to be let alone. We fet
he same way about our count
dicers ther should not be r'
uired to take a hand in thi
ight, and when they ask fc
lection the people shiould chos
romn among thenm those bei
aitie absr the places they seel
t i aburdto select any caud
ate from the view point the
o avr a certain other cand
ate for a hirhier offlic, it wo)uI
e equally as absurd to requir
e candidate for the high
dce to coniiuit hiimiself for th
and idate of your eboice for
Tor Infants and Children.
rhe Kind You Have Always Bough
PE SHOULD HAVE TURNED FELDER BACK.
t The A. C. Jones who has au
i- appeal in the newspapers of last
C Monday to the travelin mien tr
cet home for the 27th. is th(
n same A C. Jones that struck Mr.
sl Joel E. Brunson, the one arm
C lcandidate for Governor on the
a Prohibition ticket a few years
hi ao. Mr. Jones is a dry good
I drummer whose home was in th(
n city of Newberry, but who has
ehad a desire for a long time tc
d break into politics. He had the
0 nerve once to come out as a candi
c date against B. R. Tilman for the
e United States Senate: when li
;e struck Mr. Brunson, he was run
a niug for Governor we think, but
. we thought he had quit the game,
f because of his not having any
1- thing lateily to say in the news
papers. until one day last wintei
be came into contact with thl
Ifist of a little railroad man
wh ' had two arms, and with on
of them he planted a big blacli
spot on one of Jones's eyes
Jones urges his fellow drummer
b to get home to vote but he say:
e that lie mnust remain in Nev
York. If it is a matter which ap
e peals to the patriotism why urg
*e others to do that which he wil
e not do himself. Patriot Jone
. n had better lay down his mon
is ied interest in New York t(
Le hike back home and thereb\
J save the country from going t<
the bow wows. Crane Jonet
n should have been at the pier it
New York when his friend Toa
e Felder was about to sii! for Eu
rope and appealed to his patriot
)ism not to leave bis followvers ir
> South Garolina in the lurch wher
ie the people were expecting hitt
eto make good his threat to irovt
!corruotion on Governor B;ease
4iHad Joies turned Felder baxi
s he might have been excused fron
M Col. Thomas B. Felder of At
ie lanta. the lawyer who has been
s tiguring extensively in the af
y fairs of South Carolina will no
n appear before the dispensary
e investigating committee as hax
d been heretofore announced thal
ir he would, because has sailed foi
e Germany and will not return t
le America before the election ih
over. Col. Felder broke into the
limelight, and had our people or
the bench of expectency for
tt long time. in fact, until he go
before the committee at Augusta,
e then they saw that his wholE
id noise was a great big bluff, tha
>t there was nothing in his mudl:
advertised relevations. The op
s position to the present adminis
t tration admit their disappont
y went in Col. Felder, from hi
t great boasting, they had reasor
1. to expect Felder would prove th
is charges he had been making
is1 but when he had to toe the- marli
d to make good he fell down. anc
~they are disgusted with him.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by locailapplheations. as they cannot reach th
'diseased portion of the ear. There is oniy oni
way' to cure deafness, and that is by concstitu
tional remedies.. Deafness is caused by an it:
f iamedcondition of the mucousining of the
E ustachian Tube. when this tube :rets infiamx
-cd vou have a rumblin::sound or imnperfect hear
in. and when it is entirely closed deafuecss i
the result. and unless the inflammation can be
e taken out and this Lube restored to its normai
condition.hearing wili be destroyed forever: ain
nf cases out of ten are caused by catarrh. whichi
nothin:g but an infiamed condition of the mu:
fwe will give One Hundred Dollars for an
case of Deafness (eauised by ectarrh) licat cat
not be cured by Hall's Caturrh Cure. senid to
F. J. CH ENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0.
Sold by drurrists. 75c.
H all's Family Pi!ns are the icest.
si Flying Men Fall
e victis to stomael, liver and kidue;
r roubies just like other pe'ople, witi
like results in loss of appetiie. backacehe
nervousness, hetadac'he, aud tire.d, list
less, run-down feelin. But ther'xe's n<
need to feel like that as T. D Peebles
Henry. Ten n.. proved. "'Six bottlrs o
eElectric Bitters"' he. writes. "did mor
dto give me nlew streogth and good appJ
tite thac all other stomach x'remedie=.
tused"So they hcep everybody, It'
efolly to suff'er when this great, c'emed)
>will help you from the first dose. Tr'
ait. Onlye 50 cents at afl druggists.
,of Appointment of Man
Sagers of Election.
y The followving are the manager:
appointed by thme County Demzix
- ratie Executiv'- Comiitt-~e to marn
n age the Priimar'y election to be hld
eon time 27th day or A utust, 1912,an
ethe second Primary to be held twc
D. W. Barwick.
aloomvnille-W. C. Whcite, P. E
Ridg-wr;y. W.S.~ Anidersonc.
Clarndo-T.L. iagnmal. J. G5
Hg im- S. McIntoshl.
e Da X RadsJ. M. Davis. J. E.
e D:n i- . r tion-A \ . Rawlicnson.
J1. H. ii - Im J.'W Hilton.
Do,:. wa 'mp-'. G. ThxcLcces. J.
I). M1' -:, c. N.I T ias.
I)D : .. - \ umithc. .4. J. Morri-,
yD I . ;" -' -v le
FJ r J . BrgoB .Hr~
S. Land" .E c ". Fultn.so~c
Fo~cr t ' )-frm-iC. W. Ridlewayt
J. E. (cr i uc. (f. A .lHolladacy.
s Harmuc -J D. D)an: iels, 11. J.
Broad wac v. M H. udnall.
IJora'--.. c' Dav tis, J1. S. Plow
den, H. b. Th,omso.
IMacnnI.c: c' trm-ir"" 'Plttformc- I.
. Hcid ciy. J.1 D . brock, JI. F.'
r ManIcncc . J. Clrk, E. x:. Hocr
toc, It Di c!.crk.
e id-s~i r-fD S~ith. S. WV. Me
. Nw Z..c-bL. P. Hartcdyc, P. 31.
. Gibons. '. M'. Beard.
I uh -- K 1' -:. ofldar. C. W-.
tBrown . i. . Rtiecbourg.
-P iew- .!-E. P. a'eddinxgs. 31. 3.
.1 Gra -x m, 11. Sctt.
IBrownc L J). xtties.
r Sanancmcertonc-.J. F'. iti'hbiourc-,
e 'Frank. Audersocn. J1. E. Tecnnact.
a ISardinia-H. (iarlacnd. D). IR. Dac
lHose, 11 ugh MecFaddini.
Siver-Robecrt Baker. W. P. Najc
ie'r. .A. J1. hosewell.
lSanidy Girove-RI. c:. Hurcge'ss, .. H.
Baker, W. L. Mct addiint.
Onect of the above Manag~ers will ca~ll
at thle cou rt hoiiusc onc Satucrday' thIe
- ic b dayl~ of A cxx.nst, to gt the Boxe'.
* cder' the rub-.-- thce macnagecs
mu t open'c the' p-i a t . " clocek A.
. 2.,. andI elosei. act 4 te'clc 1P. 31.
.J. 1. WViNDHAMI. (I0. (icaicrm'.
C A N T .
FOR CLERK OF COURT.
T lEIltSY A\\NOUN MYSELF A C
.. didate f.or *h 1 .e Cierk of Courtt or
Clarindonl Couu:: n et tith:e raP- ofth
T. ITITCH f:Lf
L TP .\ PID. Il- TA! ! IMCLES
of the oer.i Primtiiry. I ieby:in
nou nce imYei a c:mtad (1; id:e r reC e:eetion t h
le'- o t'lerk of Cour o irendon :. mnt-;.
.\RCHiE [. iA l:oN.
T ANNOUNCE MY-RiA A C.\NDIDATE
. for the om"ee of terk o.f Co-art. ubject to
th-- ruile- o th- Deeratie Prarv.
FOR COUNTY SUERVISOR.
I. - A C.\NDID.TE FOR THE OFFICE
of County supe.aisor for Clarendon Cotuit.
subiectto the rules 'fthe Dem-)cratic part.
rIANIK P. ER\ IN.
T THE EARNEST SOLTCITATIO OF
mA y friends I announce: myself as :l Cand
<a!:te for Supervisor of Clarindon Count::. sub
ject to the rules of the D)e:m iratie pr:nr
O The \eters of Clarendon Cou:.:: -
I hereby announce mys-. a an-dite o
the 0i1. of Cuniity auperv.or of Chin
ounty. SUOct to ti-: etion of the De:.ie
primary. I was a:didate or this ie i
years agzo. and was defeated only by :- very fe*
votes. I have since felt very :aruteful to the
people for the support civen we in that election
and in -ubrnitin: uy cadidacy I do so entirey
o:1 my owil Irnerit. and upon this I ask the sup
port of th: people of tha county. ard if elect. d
I proni-e to look c:soelv af t-r e:' sectio
- of the county a:d to raitiruull disch-tr:: every
duty of the o1ilee to the bst Ufmy ability.
11__ . L. JINTN
)N\OUcE MYSFr.F A CAN
didate ;.>)r County Supt-rvisoxr. subject ,o the
rus t-of the Democratie Primary.
T THE RKEQU::,ST OF A N M UE R OF
A cmz-.-es I havte cnseited to be . candda!.(
for the omee of Co::ntv Super;i-or. :-y-t to
the rul- s of tie D-noeratic priiiary. If choen
I shall endeavor to exercise the an husiness
jud.rnent that I have in my private ariairs.
L CALVI\ J. UALEY.
FOR SUf ERIHTENDENT OF EDUCATION.
T ttEIBY ANNOUNCi-: MYSELF A CAN
didate for re-election to the of.lee of County
Superintenident tof Education. subject to the
ruies and re;u!atiotis governin- our Democratic
primaries. E. J. BROWNE.
SUBJECT TO THE RULES OF TIE DEMO
cratic party. I hereby ofler myself for re
election to the office of Sheriff of Clarendon
Countn. E. B. GA.\3LE.
T HERIEBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for re-election to the uflice of Solicitor
of Third Judicial Circuit. subject to the rules of
the Democratic primary.PHILP H. STOLL.
HERE13Y ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for the ofice of Solicitor for the Third
Judicial Circuit. subject to the rules of the Dem
ocratic primarv. THOS. H l. TATU M
TO THE DEMOCURATICVOTERS OF CLAR
endon County: I wish to arnounco that I
am a Candidate for the ofttee of Coroner for
Ch:rendcn Countv. subject to the rules that
goverri the Primar: election.
IIARTvEY C. 1UAGGETT.
. 0 TU1 E DEMOCRATIC YOTEP.S OF CLAR
JENDON COUNTY: -
Feelin,. that I can discharge the diutes of the
ofmlee of Coroner with honor to nivself anid credit
to the county. I hereby annrounce uvself as a
candidate for the office cf Coroner for C:arcn
dou county. pled:in: myself to abide tie result
of the Democratic Primary.
JOHN L. JIOHNSON.
- HEEYANNOUJNC i- NYSELF A CAN
I didate for Coroner of Clarerden County. sub
ject to the ruiles of the Democratic primary.I
am r. graduate of Cedar Springs Institute for
the, deaf and the bhlri!. I performed all if the
duti-s that was :assignedl to mue tihere. I have
also made a izood moral chtraictor here in the
town of Mhinnintm.
FOR lOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
THEREBY .\NNGUNCE MYSELF A CAN
Sdidate for the H~ouse of Itepresentat ives.
subject to the rules el the Democratic part..
JOS. H. BURGUESS.
A1 didate for the Hoa -- ofRpeettvs
i u~tt h u: of the Dcmoer:.tic P rimary.
tporance to cr-me tip inI the next ::eerla
seby.::N -th imy prrtcal exp-:rce :is a
therefrt-e .:: .:.+..f a candidae forth
- ANNl.N(.: MYSELF A CANDIDATE
I o'-Ileci. a Lj the Huutte of ilepresenita
tit-es from i'h.:nd.ont county, tibj-et to the
rue -t.ratn:: the Demnocr::tic Ptrimary
.........i NltY II. IRICH-lAlt DSON. .1I
~ ANNi 'NCE MYSELF AS A CAND[DATE
orre-'t--etioen to the Ho.use of !Represe-nta
lti ce'. suibject to rul~es of the Den..ec:at: pc ri
.T H'EiI1Y ANNOUNCF. MYsi-TEF A CAN
[ .. didate for th- Ho use of ltep.snt atv1 e
ject to te tiia-s of the D~em 'critic P'riunutryv
E. .M. KF.NNEDY.
ANNO\UN'CE .MYSEILi .\ C.\NDID).\TE
io ,e *eet~':. to the House o-f iepr.s:sati
t~e.sbet the ruies of :h, --er.i
I H~d1-E.Y ANNIUN(-E '.iYSEFA AN
( l~r-net- eaty :-.:,i pie.tc-- myself tio abide
the result ofthe rmrutr. ). C. GREF.N.1
I 'E-Sr T-ILLY A-.1THE Dr:MO~:itAT
Iie votrs of tne MI~a::dia judicini distrcet to
co.nttnue me in tie M!;:.ist rate otic:- for two
ier me. pled-in:: acysef to abide the action
of the v-oters :ut the :.?iproachipri:::iry 'deie
tinon.I:.-l- th.!?.- D. .1.litA DH.\M.
FOR MAGISTRATE AT TURBEVILLE.
T tEREllIY .\NNOUIN:E MYSELF A CAN
a diam or e-e.-eionof M .t:ir:-ti in Tur-I
bei.I~e .Jaii nu: Circui:.. tu ::avt~ ni the
*Sandyui G -'re clubs-. I h::. doI my be-I to dis
chr -.tv uties in this utle.: I lan re
elected p-ronise tio dh.i-ws. \ . i frtlher
*pied'e to be. enveruei tyv the- re- :.id r:;:ula
tionsii of the Denmertic a:tt v.
FOR UNITED STAT~ SAT
- FOR CONGRESS
TIU-. - .., T. -
THE SUMTER TRUST CO.,
SUMTER, S. C.
W have an,ong our Directors a! of the Presidents of
the BLanks of this city, also President of the Bank of Clar
endon and Summerton, as well as prominent lawyers and
and business men of Sunter and Bishopville, S. C.
fieides handling ali the business done by an up-to-, ;
date Trust Co-. we wilt take Saving Deposits ard issue
Certitieat's of Deposits allowing interest at 4 and 5 per
Will! appreciate an account with you.
THE SUMTER TRUST CO.,
SUMTER, S. C.
wt W, to _a_1 the att-mtion of the public to our new stock of
-:X arrick 'o - Vir-rian French Olive oil. fiit pressing and now on
nisplay i: u--nd. We have sole areocy for this foreign pro- g.
ut, a wuarant our p.itrons to furnish them the finest quality 9
; o [ren:Ine inworred Frtnch Olive Oil.
Dickson's Drug Store
(Successors to W. E. Brown & Co.)
for Dry Goods, Clothing,
Shoes and Hats.