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NEWS AND HERALD.
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TIE NEWS AND HERALD CO.
TERMS. IN AD!
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Sit Months. - -10
WINNSBORC C.
Saturday, May - - - 1909
CAM PAIGN ROT.
A few days ago we ientioncd that
in some of the Republican platforms
trusts were condemnjed, and we said
that no faith culd be placed in these
declarations, that the trusts were the
Creatures of the Republican party and
it was hardly likely that it would de
stroy its own creatures. We were
right. It .was tested in the Senate a
few days ago, and it was shown very
plainily that when it comes to legisla
tion that the Republicans will be on
the side of the trusts.
The test vote came up in an amend
ment to the army reerganization bill.
It was proposed that, other things
being eq.tal, that the quartermaster's
department in the purchase of articles
and supplies for the military service,
should give preference to producers,
mannfacturers and merchants, "who
are not members of or in any way
connected with any trust or combine."
The Republicans culd not stand the
test. The amendment was lost by a
vote of 18 yeas to 29 rnys. The News
and Courier analyzes itho votu as fol
lows: "Of the 18 two were Republi
cans, one a silver Republican, one a
Fusionist, and the rest Demoerats.
Of ;he 29, who voted to save to the
trusts and combines the valued privi
lege of bidding for fat Government
contracts, one was a 'ilver' man and
all the rest Republicans." The Re.
publican niatforms on the subject of
trusts is all ret, as the newspaper re
porters would say.
It is said that the statement of H. H.
Rogers, of the Standard Oil Company,
tha the breaking off of the negotia
tions for the purchase by the United
States of the Danish West India Islands.
was due to the influence of the corpo
ration which he represents, and his
claim that this corpoaation controls
twenty-six Senators has caused a
mighty convulsion in the Republicran
ranks in Washington and especially in
tdministration circles. The national
legislation it largely dictated by th e
trusts is a matter of common beliet',
anyhow,and it will be greatly strengt b
ened by this indise o -.
ber of the greates nf ie gianit
- is little reason t o
claim has cause d
blicon ranks-,
ion in the :se, a large
for, whether it is true or t it.
element of the public will
The Republican party is in hard
this year and nothing but Democratic
folloy can prevent its overthrow.- an
Charlotte Observer. es
Why should it cause convulsion in h
the Republican ranks? Do not the sh<
Republicans always vote f ,r the trusts? be
That's strong evidence the Standard W(
Oil Company's claim is well founded. p
THE G99orgia newspapers are urging bi
the importance of a full anti repre- arn
sentative meeting at Macon to discuss iai
the catton situation. If all of the cot- "I1
ton States should determine to con- an
trol the production of cotton, the as
farmers could fix the price of cotton Di
to suit themselves. We have little to
faith in conventions. The facts, 50
though, should be shovad before the pr
farmers every now and then, and
maybe after a time they will see the wi
folly of planting so much cotton. w
Cotton is the largest item of export to
that this country produses. At six re
cents it brings about $S00,000,C00; at thi
seven cents $350,000,00; at eight an
cents $400,000,000. Farmers could ne
make it bring $,500,000,00.
..__ _ _ . to
Pior. STONE and Instiuator Lyon,ta
of the University of Virginia, are hi
both in town, and will remain during th
the rest of the month. They have so- ue
leeted a hill on Mr. W. H. Flenniken's fo
place for their apparatus, and have th
started to work getting every thing in it
a. It will take some tim'i to get W
t. Both *
Professor Stone an r.
pleasant gentlemen, and we hope siz
that their stay in Winusboro will be "i
ma le pleasant. Mr. Lyon is a me.- p
tr
ber of the S. A. E Fraternity, of an
which organization there are several j
members in Wiunsbore. th
th
SEE labout reduced rates for the -
eclipse at once, and have it thoroughly
advertised. It this is done, Winus
boro will have the largest crowd it
has ever known on the 28th inst.
What's the use of having an oppor
tunity if the most is not made of it.
It is not every place in the United
States that can be in the centre of theL
path. Many places envy our luck.
Glortous News
Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of i
Wa 1:ita, I. T. He writes: "Four ~
bottles of Electric Bittters has cured t
Mrs. Brewer of scrofulk, which had
caused her great suffering tor years.
Terrible sores would break out on her
head and face, and the best doctors
could give no help; but her cure is
complete and her health is excellent."
This sbows what thousands have at
poved,-that Electric Bitters is the
best blood purifier known. It's the
supreme remedy for eczema, tetter, s
salt rheum, ulcers, boils and runningt
sores. It stimnlates liver, kidneys and
bowels, expels poisons, helps digestion, 6
builds up the strength. Only 50 cents.
Sold by McMaster Co., draggists. "
Guaranteed.
Wi are authorized to announce tha
Prof. Benj loan, of the South Care
lna College, will be invited to delivei
a lecture on astronomy especially a
to eclipses. Few people know any
thing of this wonderful phenomenon
and just now we feel sure that the let
ture will excite unusual interest.
MR. Josarn W. BARNWELL ha
withdrawn from the congressiona
race in the First District, leaving th
field to Col. Elliott. Mr. Barnwel
would make an able congressman an
his friends throughout the State wil
regret to hear of his determinatioa
WE haven't heard from anyone oz
the new cotton mill. What have thi
people to say about it? If we ge
another mill, Wiunaboro will have t<
build it. A community must firs
help itself before outsiders will d<
anything.
CHARLESTON shows grit in under
taking her exposition. It involves thi
experditure of a great deal of money
and the rest of the State should en
courage the "ci:y by the sea."
OUR W1NTHROP LETTER.
Rock Hill, May 3.-As a usual tbing
the college concert always given ii
April, is considered the best of thi
Star Course. This yeir Prof. Strong
drilled the Cecelia Chorus in the opera
"Pinafoie," for the occasion. O.
last Friday night the college audito
rium beld a large and expectant and
euce. From the time that the curtait
first rose antil tte end of the operi
the chorus girls, row "sailor boys,'
wearing the conventional blouse anc
blue "Tam O'Shanter" caps, held i
attention of the audience.
The principals acted ibeir parti
well; they were as follows:
Miss Lila Neal, as Sir Joseph Porter
K. C.B
ali's Ella McDaniel, as C:ptaio ( or
coran.
.Mist Lula Jones, as Ralph Rick
shaw.
Mrs. Kuria Strong, ai Jesephine.
Miss Aneta Hall, as Hebe.
Miss Leora Dlouthit, a. Buttercup.
Many were the compli-ments show
ered upon them, and they were nut
given undeseivedly. The Iredell O.
chestra assisted in some of the cho.
rusts. All expressed themselves
pleased witb the opera and some even
say they aish Prof, Strong would give
it over.
On Saturday night the Juniors en
ertained the "Class of 1900" at a
harming reception. The college par
lrs, which are handsome withia
hemselves, weethis evening' una -
aly resplendent; special nooks an d
"tuzy scrners," palms and potted
lants, cut flowers and evergreens
dded beauty and brightness to th e
ohnson escorted the president of th e
unior Class; it was here that each
unior brought her Senior partne:r;
'was here the faculty came to
'htfal evening. Inter
le away d a
ig games were i
nm being the one called
)ud the wiven of frofessional men 11
named ?" On dainty little cards
e written the names of thirty-two
fessional men with the question,
hat should his wife be named?"
ach one, there of course being a
k to fill out. Here, for example,
two of the questions: Name of
yer, "Sue"; name of gambler, f
et," and sooen Misses Lucy Reed
Eva Rollins being particularly apt '
catching on" to the problems were f
rded the -prize, whilst Misses Belya t
iosu and Eva Verdier, in stopping
augh over the first few they had I
ed, found themselves at the and of (
game in possession of the booby
t a "reasonable hour" the guests
e ushered into the dining room
re the beautifully set tables were
le with everything most tempting
the palate. After the banquet alt
ired to the parlors where the rest of
evening passed quickly and pleas
y until the hands of the clock
ared the hour of twelve when "good
ht were -e"-ctantly taken.
Fhe next thing to be locked forward
is the annual outing. President
non had made arrzangements to
re us to Charleston, but as only one
dred and nineten girls registered
r names for the trip, and it was
essary to get two handred and
y before the car could be chartered,
Strip had to be given up. To theseU
o had set their hearts on taking it,
was quite a disappointment. At
nthrep one always has to bear in:
d the words, "Majority Rales"; I
trip, President ohsnand the a
~inority"-in thia ease those who c
eferred going tot Charleston-are s1
ing to forget their disappointment, I
next week they will b3 ready to I
the "majority" no matter where 8
y may go and enjoy the picnic to a
fullest extent. Nelle.
H eadiquarters
--FOR
ow - Prices
N FLOORING, CEILING, SID
, Shingles, Lime, Hydraulic Ce
int, Harness, Saddles, Cheap Farni
e and Groceries of every kind. 1
e offer a niec line of
Buggies
out prices. Buy nothing we handle '
til you get our prices and we will
e you money.
Respectfully,
1.IW. Doty &Co
ERIAMA y4U enre Rheumatism and t
kegetablePrcparationfor As
simi1ltn thfoodandRegu'a
ting th Stomachs and B:owelho
L
Promotes Digesion Cheerful
tiess andRest.Conitains neither
OpuaiMorphine ior Mineral.
NOT NARCOTIC.
, oz j S).VI Z i ffEA
Anc 'red
Aperfect Remedy for Constipa
tion, Sour StomachDiarrhoea,
WormsConvulsionsFeverish
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
facSimile Signature of
NEW YORK.
EXACT COPY OF WRAf PR.
Notice of Sale.
ON THE FIRST MONDAY 1P
M AY next, we will rffer for sale, be
fore the Court Ilouse door in Winns
boro, S (., within the legal honrs o
sa'e. the store-house and lot in the
town of Blythewood, S. C., known ai
the J. D. Hogan store-house, which is
bounded as follows to wit: On th:
nor;h, son'h and w(st by lot or land
now or formerly owned by W. J.
Johnson, and on the etst by the South
ern Railway Company. Said lot Gon
tains one-fourth of an aere, a. showr
by plat made by W. B. Elkit, Sur.
veyor. Terms will be announced on
day of a, or may be had before eale
on application to J. E. McDonald, at
torney at law, Winnsboro, 8. C.
J. B. E SLOAN & SON,
4-28 3 Owners in Fee
Are a pest that robs us ofo
crop of potatoes*
kills th
CANE SEED
r forage. It is the best for
ur country sh)uld you need
rage. Come and we will
li you about it. We have
oth Early Amber and Early
)range Cane Seed.
Don't forget us.
. H. McMaster
& Co.,
Druggsts.
Kodol
yspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
tartificially digests the food and aids
rature in strengthening and recon
lt st~ionie: No othr cZF on tp
m approach it in efficiency. It nc
~antly relieves and permanentWly es
~yspesia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
'latuence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
ick Headache,Gastralgia,Cramps and
1otherresults of imperfect digestion.
rice 50c. and $1. Large size contains2%I times
aal size. Book alabout dyspepsia aidfre
repared by E. C. DeWITT & CO., Chic ago.
McgASTER CO.
Notice.
O A LL OVERSEERS OF PUBLIC
ROADS IN FAIRFIELD
COUNTY.
You are requiired by law to work
our section or the pnblic toads. put
ug them in good conditiou at once,
r not later thani the 10th of May,
00, as the roads ar e in bad condi'ion
d musmt be wvorked. Oveseers who
ave paid off, or for any oIh- r cause
annot work or have saii roads
o: ked, wi:1 p'ease notify t:,e County
Doe by order of the County Board
f Os~isinr this the 2lht day of
Lpril. A. D).-190.
B. G. T ENNANT,
D. A. BROOM,
J. HI. AIKEN.
4 24 6 Commissionerr.
Cure Cold in Head.
Ke""*.tts Chocolates Laxative Quinine, eas
MTNaIAI
i. Tr
0. Infantj and- Lh dren.
hs Kini You Have
Always Bought
S ignature
of
In
- Use
For Over
Thirty Years
SASTORIA
THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY.
Holiay...
Goods...
I have a nice selection just
opened for inspection from which
to select your Christmas Presents,
consisting of
SLEEVE apd COLLAR
BUTTONS,
EINS,
RINGS,
BRACELETS,
and FANCY GOODS.
Also, nice presents in Uhina
and Rogers & Bras'. Celebrated
P2.ted Wares, as cheap and relia
ble as they -oan be bought any
where.
h an dler,
The Co Ing of13iy
brings joy 4pain. It's for leI
mother to dcce With good hc-.:thi
and a stroi womanly organI~im,
motherhood .c dds to a wom.;a's
attractivenleII
takes away all ors by strengthening
the vitalor It fits anmotherfor
baby'r comm Ey revitali..ing the~
nerve centres has brought cL;:bby,
crowi::g you crs to thousa.nd.: of
weak womn lio feared tlicy were~
barren. It .'iecs, heaih, regulates
and strengt.h , and is good for all
women at timx.. No druggistI
would be wi t it. $z co
For advice se. riri: rei
directions, a .3:,giv-. s:t. ,
" The Ladies .v..o*,' pa., cent
The Chattan Meicio~ Cca., Cha.zt- -
n
Id afie eg~ib "W
till
851 \
feet
BDlST RLIPAGLD wa
PAMT
IIADE BY grai
ChICAGo
V.5.A. ~
For' l 8
J.J. BEA R. 1
ReMce Of AkDlicafon for Ral
red arter,
Notice is hereby given that, in pur
mance of tLf. provisions of an Act of
be General Assembly providing for
be formation of Railroad Companies,
ipproyed 28th February, 1898, Acts of
L898, pages 64-70, the undersigned
vill file their Declaration and make
tpplication to the Hon. I. R. Cooper,
secretary of State, at his office, Go
umbia, S. C., on the 7th day of May,
900, for a charter for a railroad to be
,onstructed from Winnsboro, S. C., to
,amden, S. C.. to be know n by the
orporate name and style of TtIlE
Winnsboro and Camden Itailroad
.3ompany; and also that, if the said
harter is granted, tha said corpora
inn shall have the right to co demn
ands for rights of way and other rail
-oad purposes, in the connties , 1 Fair
ield- and Kershaw.
T. K. ELLIOTT.
T. H. KETCHIN.
J. E. McDONALD.
W. R. ELLIOTT.
Winnsboro, S. C., April, 1900
Farmers, +
* * Attention 1
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
Plantation
Supplies,
OUR STOCK OF HEAVY GRO
eries is now complete.
We cater specially for the farmers'
rade. We know what they r.eed, and
re prepared to seive them and a: bot
om prices.
We also carry a nice line of shelf
oods
SHOES, HATS,
DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS,
nd everything usually found in a
-eneral store.
[OPGoods delivered to our city trade.
,ome and see us.
W. R. RABB & Co
GRANITE CORNER.
Agents For
WALL mPAPER.
---ALSO FOR
VISBllAR'ARD
Ar
Ar
Ar.
arrn
Indigestion
No
itei1
sivel;
- ~ing,
twee
Augi
twee:
Wasi1
Pu.
Dyspe psia. a
he r' aior'ed ,IIduin W. A. W avi
I he ,'.t .\r. lIt o flefs,'s stable in FJ
amooon Satunla, of each week.
Mo~ <ays at the~ ->rIn; balance ofW
e at tis tonnerOi 9:.n iN in the coun
.IH' is seven: .:11 'r d. usA., with
:k points. Hei. .-. 16; bas goodj.
e and muscle; no biemish or de
.He is strong, trictionless in
ion, kind in disposition, and a per
roadster. H is sire is the celebrated
lWilkes, His dam, Betsey Baker,
the mother of trotters. She was
d by Dictator, who was the sire of i
-1> e- . e, 2 10, of Director, 2 07,
he invincible Directum, 2 04, the
id'ire~ of Nancy Hanks, the queen
*O':c; s, and the sire of many others
Ltreume speed.
lthoughm a moted trotter with per
knee action, WV. A. W. possesses
saddle gaits ot superior quality.
~rms, 15 00 to insure colt. For
nded pedigree and c -rtified record -
ess
S
JOllN (1 MOBLEY, (
3w Wienlboro, S. C.
4
IONEY TO LOAN 4.
Improved Farma secured by first
gages. Interest 8 per cent. [n
not less than $500, 3 to 8 years.
ommissions. Borrower pays ae
3xpenses.
A. S. & W. l>. DOUGLASS,
Winnsboro. S. C.
JOHN B. PA LM ER & SON,
26 Columbia, St C.
The Easy Running
"HOUSEHOLD"
a 0'
The most modern Sewing
Machine of the age, embrac
ing all the latest improve
ments. Unequaled for Dura
bility, Range of Work and
Simplicity.
Dealers wanted in unoccu
pied territory. Correspon
dence solicited. Address,
J. H. DERBYSHIRE.
General,'Agent,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
12-28-ly
SOUTH-RN RAIIiWA#.
Ventral Time at Jacksonvillo and Savannah.
Eastern Time at Other Points.
Schedule In Effect February 2;th, 90
KORTHBONMD. 3
Lv. Jacksonville (P. S).
Savannah(So. By. 12.. 1 I2 49
" Barnwell................ 4 0a7
BlcpVI]e......1 458 led:
Saly.......... ...... 4
"Perry...................... 455a...
lumbia.............. 55W 600a 85
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LChar'9= 0on (So. ::y:-O'"
"S Mmrll.1e 7415
Bra8chville 855a 1 6 p
" Oran burg........ ...... 92Ia 2 7
" Ai t ............ . . .
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,;Co bia, U.D.).. . 5.
G 1.&olumbia.Bldg St 980a
Chester ................. 75 0a
" k eill ............ 8 47a
67. Daaville,........._ ..1..
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" Balt orePa.BR) ....- 1a- 5
"Philadelphia. ... 1....U85.
"New York ..... ...2(p 18W415
v. Columbia ....... .., '/0 ...
Knoxville ........ .41a 7 ..
. Cincinnari. ......~ 70p7 ji
. Louisville ........f
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Knoxville .............TI~'5 lis
Asheville..............805 .....
Spartanburg..... ... 14a ....f
Columbia.....:. ..80 ...t
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Washt'So.Ry) .... 1115
Richmond.....~" 1 -
Danville.......... .-~~~ . fo~a
Rock Hill ....... ...... 902a105 500. re
Cheslote.............8 985a 527a~
Winnbor.............10 21a 11.606.
Columnbia,'(Bldg St 680p 11 25a 120. 700.
Columnbia,(U.D.). .1150a 40...
Johnston.......130p 6 ..... fie
Trenton......... 1100p 65 048a...
Aiken ................ 2 780.....
lGraniteville..... 200qt 2 ip7 18a..
Augusta........100a 20 8 00a.. ""
Uolumnbiatso. Ry).4~~. ~~~~~~~~ 710.l~
Eingville.............43 82a 755a
Drangeburg........ .... p 8 45. 8 41a
Branchville...........61 425. 920. Ia
summerville..........78 5 52a 1080 Su
Tharleston............: 8 700a 1110 th<
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racksonville(P. S.) ......40p 9 25. 25p sul
-ans 43 and 44 (milxed except Sunday)
-e and depart from Hamburg.
Sleeping Car Servie.
eletdiy pasnger service between
s. 31 and 32--Ne* York and Florida Lim- to1
Daily except Sunday, compoedexclu- fiel
of Pullman finest Drav-ing oom Sleep- the
.,ompartment and Observatory Cars, bo
ri New York, Columbia and St. Angusine.
. 33 and ~s4-New York and Florida Ex
.Drawing-room sleeping cars between
tsta and New York.
Imian drawing-room s eeping cars be
SPort Tamp, Jacksoniviile, Savannah.
uington and N ew rk
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nond. Dining ears between Charlotte
avannah...
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ti.L)Dmin.~p -cars between Jacksonvillo
d!ma solenb~t Ot dall g between Jaksn
teadCnint JM. CULP.
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WA, SEIGLER
ANNOUNCEMENTS
FOR SOLICITOR-SIXTH CIRCUIT.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for Solicitor of the Sixth Judicial
Circuit, subject to the result of the Demo
cratiz primary. THOS. F. McDOW.
FOR SHERIFt
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of Sheriff for Fair
field County, and will abide by the
action of the Democratic primaries.
JAS. W. BOLI-:K.
Pledging myself to abide the result of
the ensuing primary e:ection, I announce
myself a candidate for nomination 1to the
otfice of Sheriff of Fairfieli Counzty. The
1-ordial support of my fellow-Citizens isre
spectfully solicited.
GEO. W. CRAWFORD.
1 heie y announce myself a candidat e
for Shei iff of Fairfield County, subject to
the acion of the Demotratie rimanes
JW. CLARK.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for Sheriif, subject to the action of the
Democratic primar
J. McKINNEY ELLIOTT.
I h< rebv announce myself a candidate
for the office of Sheriff of Fairfield'Coun
ty, subject to the action of the Democratic
primarier. B. G. TENNANT.
I hereby announce myself for Sheriff of
Fairfield County, and will abide the result
of the Democratic primaries.
D. E. McDOWELL
T hereby announce myself a candidate
for re-election to the office of Sheriff of
Fairfield County, subject to the action of -
the Democratic primar . ELLISON.
FOR CLERK.
I hereby announce myself as a can di
date for Clerk of Court, subject to the
action of the Democratic primaries.
JNO. R. CRAIG.
I hcreby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Clerk of Court for Fair
field County, subject to the action of the
Democratic primaries.
I. V. BRAY.
I hereby announce myself as a.andidate
ior Clerk of Court for Fairfield County,
s: j et to the action of the Demoerati
p.i...Lry. JAS. A. BRICE.
Ijhereby announce myself a candidate
for.the office of Clerk of Court for Fair
field County, subject to the action-of the
Democratic primaries.
JOHN W. LYLES.
I hereby announce m a M
for the o1ficeee rr -8--U',t to.
the action of the Democratci mar.
COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of County Sup r for
Fairfield County, subject to te action of
the Denccratic primaries.
A. D. HOOD.
I hereby announce myself a candidate.
for the office of Supervisor of Fairfield
County, subject to the action of the Dem
ocratic primaries.
ROBT. Y. CLOWNE!.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Supervisor of Fairfield
County, subject to the action of the Dem
ocratic primaries. J. B. BURLEY.
Friends of T. L. JoHNS'roN recognizing
his fitness for the position hereby nomi
nate hin' for County S iser, subject
to the Demccratic primaris.
I hereby announce myself,.a candidate
for County Supervisor, sject to'the ac.
tion of the Democratic rlris
JOH A. STRW.
I hereby announce myself a candI dW '
>r County Auditor, subject to the action
fthe Democratic primaries.
RO~BT. R. JEFFARES.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
4r re-erection to the ofieof Cont Au
tor, subject to the action of the m
utic primary. J..L. RICHMOND.
I hereby announce mysef a candidate~
r Auditor for Fairfield County, subject
the rules governing the. Democratic pri
ary. .GEORGE W. MOORE.
FOR CORONER.
I hereby announce myself a caiildate
r the office of Coroner for Fairfield
>laty, and pledge myself to abide the ~ -
suit of the Democra'ic primary.
J. MARTIN YONGUE.
We hereby announce Mr. ARTmUR M.
n~s a candidate for Coroner of Fair~
Id County, subject to the 'action of the
mocratic primary.
SCOUNTRY VOTER.
SUPT. OF EDUCATION.
hereby announce myself a candidate
re-election to the oficee of County
perintendent of Education, subject to
action of the Democraticrmr
D. LSTEN ' N.
REPRE SENTATIVES.
hereby announce mysef a candnatte
the Legislature from Fairfield County*
iject to Ilhe Democratic primary.
JOHN G. WOLLDING.
COUNTY TREASURER.
hereby announce myself for re election
he office of County Treasurer of Fair.
di County, and wil Iabide the result of
Democratic primaries.
HUGH S WYLIE.
and
e, Ga., established in 1886,
ow unide e management, cfer /" '
rceta tages t0 auny og~
cehitia a ably practical b
ess educationi% - hro il
me.
The wide randge , err itory covered
* ur* eup!O-.n.e..t encylirds
ccept iia-l chances f~r- -urisg posi
)1s We wil guarantco a posi
:m if you take our guarant ' re.
The rooms in the schools ar 'V
d convenient and well lighted.
YLung me', or voung womien ma
roll in either school any week dat\
iring ti e year-.
If y ou are a steniographer, book
eper- er tt~acher and desire a posh~
in, nriie tbe Piedzn~at Agency,
arotte, N. C If you are not a
nograpthr or booik-keepe~r, spend a
w months in on~e of t hese sil.ools
di get iourself in shape for earnivg..
ney.
Should s ca desire to be an expert ia
eio4t, stock9, trade discount, etc.,
d 25 cents in stamps or silver and . -
our Pocket Calculator-lost what
need.
.r circulars and further informa,
u. addreos,
DM. McIVUR,
Preslemt..

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