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MEMBER UNION BAR
WILL ENTER RACEI
ForimalAnnounciemlent Is, Ma1de that
Judge .olinson Iil Seek to Succeed
J. T. Johnson.
Union, .\larch 23.-Probate J) udge
W. W. Johnson, of this city, has an
nounced his candidacy for represen
tative in congress from the fourth
congressional district to succeed Con
gressman Joseph T. Jlohnson, who last
week was appointed federal jugle for
the western district of this state by
The announctiemllent wvIll be of wide,
Spread interest, not only thr ioughont
this coinIty but throlighoit the entire
district, and as, .Judge .Johnsonha
hosts of, 'rieids amiong the voA;trs Of
this co ity, and it is beli .ed will
fathe. m1ay toe ttin tho other conhn
tg of ll, o r th ditras. tF;i po ll
w r! -;er nof' wnO ' 0 In ist r 'rd a
thloa: v l l-Avi e .1 g owd a:it en.le of
SCa)001 ilI - 1)::;n lwte dra:lteo ai
w ll ha1've tm 4N i) (i, alnina. t'
.ter l hns.i on-1 i.; vo t old hiS
third t ori t i ar 1., 0) 1):
coluny, h1:tving w v la :n o
vo!" inl (.::h cloctionl u\h~nhewa
earlidllii, he 1a (vin :1 'tr n ollow
Ing inl thu- milM prechies a., well as!
Inl the( town'; and counitry.
.wl&in .Olwon was borl ni-y e igt aies
Ne t of l ionl , oni .' ly 19, ai , hIll.
father bing the lat l Col. 1)avid .1lhn
sole gn his grandfather a distilish
edl juris, who just a undrd years
ago prshtled over thle last tr1ia l for
wvitcheraft. ever heold il South ar
ia. I IN S this grandfather b
eamelin 11 overnort of S4ouil Carolina. Il
hoyhood .luIdge .Johnson aIttended thel
the ool. t hev and later gradnted at
the 'nivrsiy of South Carolina. Af
tcr gradfaiil hesontdied law and wrs
adm l ittd to theo har11 atlo for. yer s has
been <iite u1 cCOSsful la wye r.
1,1unrenis Carried Off (he lhIconl.
Thee was all Sorts of weather inl
Newh)rry oil last Saturday. ItI wasly
wartl and coldad tis farblCoudy,
alternatly, wilh rain, sleet and snow
a little bil. But Lauren. ; and oilier
places rglot thle snow.---Newherry H~er
a0d and News.
Old Barbarous Punishment.
Until h11 lange of lawi 1111870 the
Dritisli parliament recognized the sen
tence of' drawing (I1. ., dragging oni
a niurdle to [lhe place of execultionl),
hanging and quartering (I. e., dividling
the body into foilr anli ng it at
tie disposal of ie crO fore ts the
crime of high treason. J. 147. X. O'Bri-enl
was sentencIe to Ile hiingeid, drawn
and qutiarteredI for talinig part inr the
Ft ca It) 'oni'ny of i87, but the sen
te 5tte was remitted to a term lf 1.na
Servituro, and 11 survived utilo ;I
ReI was- the las4t person en whoml anly
juld.1 vronlounced this barbarous seni.
Oh,9 You A lbert,
Young Mr. Albert Teague, a hand
Somre and prepossessing youg gei
covigt toil spen l' ( d ieek-' in d
ie kepo sina niussaeo
curiosity th ty boo force4:usr forb
those intaI'stiv as thein sublir begin
dra tik tat hei "si "h tghis lirhte"
tocature one of4 te .vCilage iots We
Th wo' cenoiytner of kow or ex-lg
tentr's n eet l en-leig Oi t diremve
satiam-d es a~e 80Ctlaericlyc.$..
folle a 0, hale 3 .-.nis
Temr~ hale s menat a i:h ill roposed'
ting :Wtrilinil ('l1e''/e aera oeflbox
kepies, whirs from av indare tlE' positon
rm it ile dt ited (vtril mi
dr~ie o aei ffip. Afr ~e nchinda-h
lentlly wouldn tenl e e:ay.o
Jthorstanar atm Oinkingel steandt
roe nd Iataht n' I'roslon wich
wlould aw the-urin of pat
beech i buttony. v en sudt
tile cueddiny the Missru old releyDr
Lind toal Ma' the ne timael25c 50lc,.0
Tie whearrntriages aeo Wred-s
nesday, March 31st at .12 o'clock, at the
Associate lReformed Presbyterian
Much interest Is centred around this
marriage as both .Miss Lindsay and
Mr. Sloan are very popular and have
a host of friends here. M1iss Lindsay
has for the past three years held a po
sition with Jacobs & Co., and Mr. Sloan
Is a member of the firm of D. E. Trib
ble & Co.
On Tuesday night Mr. and Mrs. Wil
l1am C. Hlarper entertained the "Kill
Kare Klub". The dining room was
(Iccorated in jonquils and buttercups
aid the parlor was in red and white
carnations. After a number of games
of rook were ilayed a three-course
mienu was served.
\ednesdly afternoon Alr. George A.
Copelan(d and Mrs. J. 1. Copeland beau
tikilly en teitaned about 5-0 guests at
aI pr1ogrousizve rook par11ty. Th'le houlse
w.as le(,4 ly with joiiiiils and lotted
plaiit;. .fter a di n3 ga (ifes of ook
A delclcous -al~ul k as aind hlot f hoco
8_ hY it'I L 4.e .\ Nzi1 ,mii
in I 121 n: aile:-no ni \is. Iut lI
o. , l r~i. i 11 11 ~t) l4ii
I Iioel r I,- 1tobl ndu
hI . ((0l girls lcaye I lbasket hall
hero i ai t tihe illi oni high s '.:ol
Ind Wk""( defe.Atu.
!' iday night the Chicora (Ge'e Cluib
ar a iplenlid concert lre iIn the
('arolina .\leniorial (hlapel. After the
conoert tle young ladies were invited
to a lovely reception at tit l'resby
ian'jf college given in (3t eir honor by
lhe 1). C. stildeits.
On .\lotlay ni ight .laeobs & Co. in
vited the public to inspect, thei r new
building and sleinid a social tiie tlere.
The buildilig was crowded With CliIn
tonl e)(op)le Who are proid of such a
(ovely plae it ('liniton. Deliniou s
iich wa served durt1intg the evening.
The last. u111m11ber of ile lyceim3
CourS0 (was given 'I'lesday n1ight by
the American3 Quaritt. and was e(ijoy
ed by 1large audiente.
lrs. .. \l. Copelandol -itd 'Mrs. .. II.
Plitiiey have returned front Sipart.ani
Miss Lttie Abll returned to her
home in Lowryville Saturday, after
spending tle week here with Mrs. .1.
Mrs. J. W. Kennedy left Thutrsday
for Spartanburg where she will visit
Dr. L. M. Kennedy and family.
Miss Zee Wright is visiting 'Mrs. 11.
1'. Todd it Greenville.
Miss mitttttle 1Robertson is spending'
two weeks at Clemson with 'Mr. and
Mrs. Totim Robertson.
Miss Florrie 1urdette has returned
from Columbia, where she has been
visit iint Mi. aid Mrs. Tom WaIts.
.\ir. Arthur 'oielaind of Coliumbia is
visitintg hi. pa"rents this Week.
Mrs. It. C. Copeland of Iaurens,
etnt the past. week with Mrs. J. 11.
Dr. L. 11. 'Marion, of Mountville, v-is
ited ils imiother last. weck.
lr. .. C. liarper spent the w'ek-eiid
it .\nderison ith htI tis pariets.
SOFT .\N I) FLUFFY
IlIoautifu l htair dloes ntot just iha Jppen
but3 is always a matter of care anid
prioper nour0 iishmtenit of the iiaii rtroots.
No mtatteir if' yourt halir is failing out,
strin gy, lif eless5, an ui of i 1 danitdruiff,
l'ari'ian -Sage, an Inhex IenivIe totie
sol bauirents Driug Co. Is all that
is everi ieoetd. ii. ttour isites t he ha ir
roots1 and1( Stim3u13hltes thie growth of'
ne(w hair. All dandiuruiff is enItiriely r'e
3Io~vedl with one314 alienl(:t ion33( andIth
inte scallp and3 rallingi balir een your
Lair Will lie br'ight, vigorousi soft andti
Wheho yOur ir i' i.( ' oil dry or'
bri 4'.1e, ltrisian i Sni'ee imme aellyaI i ie
muov(' the ('ause andi biy tointi up1 the4
sO:li 4313irklI restores th. hiair t) its
orig inal I rillionny a d ii rigor'.
This dlelighitfl boni is a3rea1 nees
lityi'Ii and w.i io fii 130 '.o iv a lsti ng
An Annoying Break
Is apt, to occur' at any timle to ainy
style or' imako of carriage, bitt the i
(hantces of ani accident arc gireatly
lessenled If you htavo us~ Inspect youri'
running stock r'egulaliy. The wheels
thtat we plance on cariages last longor' I
and run better than tihe other' kind,
for they at'o built. right and putt on I
irighit. Wo are export mechanics and.,
our prices are reasonable. Let us
putt your carriage in ghape.
J. D. SEXTON & SON'
LAURENS S. C.
for the l1
IN VENICE RACE
iiarne4y OIldItold and14 Billy Carison Are
FIrst and14 Seconld in 200-31i11e Eaent
-M3ercer, Hiugatti andi ('ase Fol low
Jiarney OldfleldI and( 11111 Carlson,
nehl in a .\a xwell, took firstL and see
>nd( plaOCs in the0 first Venieo Grand
irizec race', held .\larch 17? in Von Iee,
'al. Theii dlistance of 30 I miles was
overed by 0O(dflold in 41:2.1:9.4 wvithout
510top. Carlson was onily a minute
>einlld Oldfield. TIhird was Genorge
tucks~tell In a Mercer, Only a, minute
iehindi Carlson. Mar(Ials, in a Blug
til, finished foulrth, and1( EdieO 1TIIirne,
n a Case, fifth.
Rtickenb~acheor took the load at the
tart, andl helde it, looking like a wini
ier, until thie 2d 1la1, whien a stoneo
Enockcel'a ho01e in the crankcase of hisa
notor. Ills driving was mlost sensa
lonai. At times he i)nade 100 mIles
Lfn hour on the oil-soakedi course. The
text coier after Ricekenbacher was
)ave Lewis in a Situtz, wiho took the
ead and hold It until the next to the
ast lap, when engine trouble forced
In tho mneantime. Oldflold and C'ari..
t noted an
i We'll c
>u both as I
114 SPECIALS THIS WEEK IN LA
SU'ITS JUST RECEIVED.
1iIm1 NeIw Oies-Come 11n1d Look Throug
Departnent,-from .. . .. $10.01) to
il the New Things are re in IaIdIes'
Come find get your Eaister Skirt NOV
VIite Middy lilouse, only..........,
"ndles' China Silk Waist, only .... .,
*Vnsh Silk Waist, only .... .......
Viite Iti e Cloth Waist, trimi med wi
-laeh I'utie Iilnts, the newest goo
out, only. ..... .... .... .... .....
7-1n(h Floral .\larquolset te, only .
7-inch 11lack and WhIte Chiffon Damas
7-in Silk .lacq Grenadine, only ...
7Inch Silk Strti pe Organdy, Putty, lave
(1er, and 1blu1 strijpe, only .... ..
7-I nch Cleopat ra Stripes, only ...
5-11n(h Floral Voile, only .... .... ..
7-inch White P'. K...... .... .10), .20) a
~7-lnchi Spot Voile, only . ... .....
7-Inchi White lhatina for S'kirt, only,
ster is less toan tw
to miake youri
son had been close behind, driiving as
)nservative ~as"" "was sible wit houit
gettinlg tot) fart helhid. When Lewis
wenit out they had thilngsg all their
'i'here were 18 starters, andi miany
wee pu1t out by 'trouble of oneC sorl
ar another. Strange to relate, there
was li ttle tire trouible, though the (lay
wats intensely hot and the track soaked
with oIl. I larry Grant's Stutz' caught
lire shortly after the start. Elddie
Pullen in Ils Al i'ere niever got beyolnd
the grandta~nd. In~ his hurry to get
riway lie stippelid his gears.
Thle only accIdent during the r'ace
acuedlii't when J1. N. Ortez triedl to
aross' the tra'ek. HeI .was hit by the
flugatti, which was prob~ably going
95 miles aii hour. One lcg was torn
Pff his sifull fracturedl and many
bones broken. At the hospital It was
stated that he could not live. Jlust
before the race the scoreboard col
lapsed, burying sIx boys, one of whom
was seriously injured.
Ladies should take DR, SIMMON'SC
SQUAW .VINE WINE, for all irregu- I
lariles. It relieves quickly and re-t
stores patural conditions. Price $1.00 C
per bottle. Sold by all druggistl,.
xbles are i
etions f U
I best mak
lo our leve
to quality a
A full anld coin
hilc ilig thhe
11i 1 fIls Plillils, paftenlt PI
$25.00 Iillillps, III all
Shits ItIll kid. patent,
. .50al ..
1.00 P tnvd i,1
2.50 toli O.foids, I
th extra vale
.00 Cood vales at
.2 A . ('031 1.11 S,
. .25.S I( .
* 2)value .. .
lic ~trxtra valueI ...
''I. n iat rl hatGunP metwa btto
hey le ~laO~lon hevaret ... i..
I~. 3. V.Mcl Ce o od aues Moto..
A CO3r1Pan yeterday
"It isthe Sazes al over t ou5,
r Len Agele* hilren's n esa
.5anduicd i fok ti.. .)0kt
ave alook It Cn thaldren's sizie
l have alwayxtra anx ues ..e
aforlno onaie s ' t -2 ato-'
any stylel youtry
.I takn.wt r C '.Stbis
alo mwerk off Maxol C
pr estinsatonsut. oil
hoe ate utomo-Wwstis
"Iar tra tyha ee at tro
eei honw. Tigs inaomoies my
hontepledon th cannot saind
rComay, n mtlken hwth n
"ret Is show ianm It, beas the coun..
lehave toaywave been aught tohkat
coue wer aking ifaro doe nterov
I best to
>lte line of Ladles' Oxford.9
new and nobby styles-kid '
Ulps, 1 Stral), VO'y neW style
leathers. with fancy toping.
viei, calf Pumps, dainty
Sare sure you wVlill be
tliee flnmbers,' extra
. ... .. * '**.. ... ... .. ' 3. 0
leathers, biucher or but
So i'illips, inl all leathers
..... .... .... .... .... .3.00
n or' lace, kid button or
it blucher Oxfords, extra
.... ... $1.50, '1 .75 and $2.00
lCK OF WHITE SLIPPEllS
, 01100, .\mit.
extr'a v'alue at .50), .C5 and1( .75
1-2 to 8, extra value .75,
1-2 to 12, ext ra .910, 1.0)0, 1.25
Pum ps, 0one or' wo st raps
.. .. .. . . . . . . 0, $1.25, $1.50
ho 'buton Pumps11, 2 straps,5
couldi wish for, extra
* 1.25, $1.50, $1.75 anmd $2.04)
W is the time
ItIs eileiency. IEvery man Is will ng
to let 1h8ii eighbior' exp~erimfent withi
th~e new things, While hie buys a car'
that 1ha1 prioveni itself by at least two
of thr iee yearis service ini hundri ieds or
ownlers' hand (s. It is no0w about t hr-o
yearIs since the .Aiaxw~elli Company lult
the $750 car on the market.
"'It wals thle fIirst compl~any to put a
car or So much -value0 at tils lpriceo OH
(lhe imarket. ilefoi'e its adIvent... tils
'pice tild ( r'emaliied unft ochiedi; In oth
er words t here wereo many cars in
the market of lowei' price, as wveil as5
muany ot a higheri pirice, bt there
wasn't a car rating around thie price
of tihe lex well, It remlained fo Mi'.
Walter 10. Fland~ers, PresIdent of tii
Mlax wel I Motor' Coinpainy, to i'eeog
nize/. that tie puOblic were looking tor
a car emibracing all tile features of ,
cal' of a milgh'hgher' i'ce anid to se'i
At a pie0 midwvay between tile lowvestt'
and mtedium i'ced cars. Thalft his'
jud~gmlenjt anid forosighlt were sounud is
best answered by thie number of other
conlcernfs whoe Immediately began to
experIment with a car to soil around
tile price of (ho Maxwell. On til
ground I might miale use of the old.
proverb, which edrtfainly fMs Al(
Maxwell Company 'to a nicety: 'Imiita
Cien Is the sincerest flattr. <