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U8[ 8P[CIAL TRAIN
Begin Educational Invasion
of Sonth Tuesday
31adaiae .1 t lla ('laiussen, of the Chieago
Grand Opera ('ompan, till Come
'South in her l'rivate ('ar and Travel
lin It Over the Entire Circuit.
Au educational invasion of the
routh will begin Tuesday when the
.0(1iath Chautltauqua special leaves
Chicago for Jacksonville, Fla. The
andred mernbers of the Chautauqua
ill be bidding Chicago goodbye un
autumtn, for their time from Apill
tant il the fl ist week in September
ill be spent on the southern circuit.
The lfrst stop will be made at
.;hevilw, where the party, under tIe
dirt. etion of 1larry P. Ilarrison, gen -
eral manager of a114e ld path systeln,
will be the guests of IF. I. Seeley at
the (trove Park Inn. The train will
ar''ive at .J;acksoiville, where the flrst
Chautatua of t he season is to be
given, on April .. i"rotm that point
tley will gradually work mortbward.
The progranmle beg Ins in Laurens
on l"riday, .\pril 2S, and continues
until .\Mjy 5, with the' exception of
.Iulia ('laussen the Stir.
Madame Julia Claussen of the CIai
,eago (rand Opera ('otiPany is the
only member of the t'htaliII1n'ta com
-pany who ::ill not ('41211cm south oat the
'special. ;hc' is remaining inl Chicago
for tl. .lendellsohtl clubl c onc(.er't On,
Ap'ril 20. ih. will lealve Iin her' iri
Val(' ar after is: percformlatle and
travel 41veIr the entire circ'uit in that
way, She will I aro(inpani d Iy her
family and 'i( :re lItenrotte, (oincert
ianster of thle 'i (Irtal Opera
coipain antd \lari'l ('hatlier. di
rector of f"renth oiras of the ('lhi
cag~o (grand 0;wera company'.
A strikingly new note is seen in
this year's prograInme in the produc
tion of Percy Mackaye's "Sanctuary'
-a bird masque and pageant with
special costumes and with a wood
land setting secured through a new
ly invented process for throwing pic
tures directly on the air without the
aid of a screen. Ernest Harold
Baynes, the well known naturalist, is
to play the part of Shy, the natural
1st, in this masque in the evening,
and in the afternoon will give a lec
ture on birds and animals.
The White Hussars, 13 in all, sched
uled for two performances with Al
fred Sweet, director, have developed
a high standard in band music, and
they also appear as a vocal choir of
equal merit. They have appeared for
four years in trans-continental tours
in which Ithey have played in nearly
all the large cities.
On the third aight of the C'hau
tauquia a hial hiottr's address('5 will bc)
given 1)y an authloritIy on thle p1lact
of the dr'aia ini coiunlaily Ilife, andi
this will be lfol lowed by3 thle P narisl
P'layea's iai a irl'sntaitiota of a strony1)
andl tiinely one a(clt ram, knion as
"The War Zon'.'' '"Tml [Ildy T4'az/le
scene fr'oam '"The Schlool for Scandial,
Will naexl be pr1esentted.l ieni a r0'
mant Ic lilay' and( lastly a pleasing one1
Thle Wenthleirwax brotIIhe's, a voeal
and trmpe. 1)1 mr0 tetile, who appeal
early In thle week, Iirist ap'peare 11ina
'lowva duraing the initial ('ampa~ign oft
Pr'Jeslident .\IeIiley anid ha(ve beet:
ing gr'eal audienices in all parts of' 1he
Th'le Schumtannat 'lhtintette,' also oni
classical 1 '1ht aer' mus12i4 (rgaiza-SI
tion, w~l ih al a blse placeI 21(1 4 i n(( he1
mJusical w~taol, ill adilio lO their41
them a real0 pipe organ -a novelly
indeed fori a trav'l ing orIganliza in.
On anao Iher evenaIing I le K ill ar~ney
Girls anad I i a H ichI, a companiiy (It
sIx, attiraedl in Iriish costtunehs and
with applropraiatte stage setting, willI
present a Irogr'aminme of Iraisha music5
from Itla sinmple folk to Ithe cl assic.
Among Ithe lectEuries Ng Poon Chew,
former contsul of the C'hilnese govern
mnent to San F'ranc~isco, editor' of thet
first Chinese paper in America, and
Jong known as tho "Chinese Marki
Twain," wIll lectuare on "'i~he New
China aand lIer' Relations to tihe West
Allen D. Albherl, praesident of the'
Jntea'nat ional Assoicat ion, of Rtotary
Clubs, chairm'an of the (Civ~lie edeara
tion of Mininesota, lpresident oIf thea
Minnesota Academay of Social F'ciences
and former ed(itor0 of thle Minneapol is
Tribune, will deliver an eveainag lec
ture on this ga'eat progr'ammae 0on
phases of social wvelfar'e aand com
William Rtainey Bennett will ap
-pear on the opening nIght in an in
spirational lecture haail~n to do with
1he elements of success and entitled,
"The Man Who Can." MIr. Bennett
has had the experience which enables
hit to tall( on this subject. l1e
started his college coirse with $10
and graduated with m1oney in his
pocket, having paid his way by sing
1)'. 0. T. 'T'agertian who has oc
cupied the six leading pulpits of his
denomination in six ictes, a genius
in word painting and his thoughts
4tiitasized by natural wholesome
wit, has the gift of puttig frtndamen
tal truths very simply. lie will be
heard on the closing afternoon.
A few other important features on
the programie will be announced
later. The usual attention will be
given to morning hour and the clil
(lren's playground work; in fact, the
story tellers or playground workers
will ream in one day longer in each
city than they did a year ago.
('01 N''Y SCiOOL FAIR
(Continued from Page One.)
rd, Bethany School.
Best Exhibits in County, not class
Ist, Laurens City School.
Ton ship Exhiibits, ('lass loom Work.
First, Iaurents 'ownship; Second
Dials Township; Third, Bunter 'Town
Laurens 'Township---i"rst, Lar iens
City S -col; second. Watts \lill; third,
Dials 'T'ownship---first, lden; sec
ond, (Gray ('ourt-Owingsi; lhird, i)ials.
1lunter 'T'ownshipI'-first, Clipiton
City School; second, ligek; third his
Youngl9 'ownship First Dethany
second, F1liendship; third, Ora.
Sullivan T.,wnshtiip li r , 1-'riend
ship; setcond, I lilkory Tavern. .\ci
ion: Nat re work of l'rinceton.
Waterloo Tow nship-- First, Wat r
loo; seonid, Oak vi lie,
.tacks Townhilt First, I irrincac.
Seuilletown 'T'ownship - Fir-t, Sandy
Springs; snufond, Langstont; third .\lus
Cross lhill TIownshtip First. I'ine
G;rove; second, Cross Hil1l.
The foll ow ing constittiles the re
ports of the committee of judges in
the various individual contests, the
three highest contestants being given
on each subject. Winners in the liter
ary and elementary athletic contests:
First grade: Elizabeth 11111, Cross
Hill; Sarah Owings, Gray Court-Ow
ings; IBrucie Thompson, Laurens.
Second grade: Mary Lou Ferguson,
Laurens; Catherine Wharton, Water
loo; Horace Mclswain, Cross 11111.
Third and fourth grades: Fannie
Dial, Laurens; Ruth Anderson, Water
loo; .Janie Hoyd, Shiloh.
Fifth and sixth grades: Mary Liza
Swygert, Laurens; Lillian Harrow
Clinton; Laura King, Cross 11111.
Third and fourth grades: (No first
place givenl); Fannie Crouch, Clinton;
i'thlel Owinlgs,. lirmoiny.
iFifthi, sixth and1( seveinth grades: t N
first lplace given); .\lally- i'ow~ers, 141au
renus; Wi'l Lou l'ilts, l'oplar' Spr'iig.
i'ighth, ninth andiu tenthi gradel's:
Tea:guie. .iountrili; .ltennie (iulhli ont
. irithiimet le.
'Third and1( foiurthi grades: .lariy
Good(1win., (NI) econd i and il hird
ilace;.) l; g -- oeis ol
lFirstiandt nuond sraehgis: iler.\e
I u)1n, Lauret n; Nllet11i Walai, Frie
shili) ;t-ncy (oiinags,;auen \i~olls.
11o1; ln Poauest' vi lns, Oi'h
Seing. utnhl onet o ,
Tarynitirly-idge; V~ iaely, Clon
llbne La e.i' uens; i arahn LOta
No. 2:Irene Lanstonry.'llyltde
InourBalyhos ailyan Magin, Wos'
lSawingbutne contest, No. I:Le.:tsn
wLaurens; Carrn oingBldn, Oa.
mii. No., 2: Laura Henjamin, Halley.
D eelai-at ion contest, boys, imaryflt
-italIph In i-iow, Cl in ton ; Ki-k Tlay-.
lor, WatIts mil111; Htobet Smit h, \Vater
boo; intermteiaite boys, .limi Copeland,
Griegor'y, Cross 11111.
Pr'im iary declamahit ion, giri-s-- Mary
Tinsley, Watts mill; Neil Wasson,
I ic-kory Tavern; Lutella WVatts, Mount
iItermediate-Annie Adair', Clinton;
.Johnella Austin, Cross 11111; Ruth Ar
Elementary Athletic Contest.
Fifty yard dash-Ilarvey Oglesby,
laaurens; James Davis, Rock Bridge;
Teague llellams, Gray Court-Owings.
One hundred yard dash-Thomis
Barksdale, Laurens; Chesley Griflin.
Watts mill; Dewitt Abererontbie, Gray
Two hundred and twenty yard dash
--John Lyles, Hock Bridge; Alexander
Hamilton, Laurens; John Bonham,
Low hurdles-Lucius Burns, Lau
rens; Willie 13. West, Watts mill; Vic
tor Mabry, Laurens nill.
Running high jump-Marvin Clem
cnts, Laurens; Lawton Cain, Trinity
Standing broad jump-Lloyd Orr,
Laurens; Cecil 1111, Pine Grove; Fate
Adams, Laurens mill.
Pole vaulting---Tom Davenport.
Laurens; (second and third not given)
High School Athletic Contest.
Standing high jump-lrarry McAllis
ter and Eugene Power, Laurens, 1st
and 2nad; John Wilson, Clinton, 3rd.
Running high junp--Thos. Cope
land, ('linton. 1st; David Childress,
Laurens, 2nd; Charles Pitts, Laurens,
Standing ii tiad innp-IEugene Rich -
burg, Clinton, 1st, 9 ft. 4 1-2 inches;
John Wilson, Clinton, 2nd; Truman
Rioper, L~aurens. :"rd.
itunning broad Jump-l'rank Arm
strong, Ixaurens , 1st, 17 ft 7 1-2 inch
es: I Iarl Baldwin, Clinton, 2nd;
Charles 'itts, Laurens, 3rd.
100 yards dash--Winfield Fuller,
Lanrins, 1st, n 3-.5 seconds; Eugene
Riehbiurg, ('lliton, 2nd; Chas. Thomp
son, iaurens, 3;rd.
12u yards hurdle--Iarl Langston,
jtu reps, 1st, 1S 1-5 seconds; Thomas
('opeland, Clinton, 2nd: Eugene 'ow
er, Laurens, :1rd.
Pole vault-I Ia ry .\lc.\Iister, Lau
'rens, 1st; Trumnan Rtoper. l.aurens,
2nd: Fugetne (;alloway, ('linton, 3rd.
Shot put --Frank .\rmstronr, I,at
. (ns, 1st, NO It. -1 inches.:.aar Little.
C"linton1, 2n1d; C'hildress, L~aurens. :ird.
221, yards dash Esarl ILangsto~n, I.au
rens I st .~ 1-.~, second::; W1infieldl l'ul
ler, 2nd; Holmes Adair, ('Iintoi, ird.
lon't spend a tad ent unt i1 yout look
through the lIed Iron Iacket .stores ini
.1. C. hIs'ItNS & 'O.
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* GAME. LAWS. *
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County Game Warden Little has
submitted the following extracts from
the game laws for publication as they
apply to this county:
For the purpose of classillcation the
following fish shall be known as
game fish, viz: .Jaekfish or pickerel,
pike, black bass or pond trout, striped
bass or rock tish, warmouth, red-belly,
robin, bream, copper-face or ball
faced bream, banded breamt, yellow
belly perch, sun perch, rod-filn trout
or yellow pereh, rainbow trout, speck
led trout, flyer, crappie, rock bass,
gogle-eye and white pereh.
Iereafter no person shall cast,
draw, fasten or otherwise make use
of any se inte or dift niot, fyke niet oh
any othert dlesrilation. (or use aniy oithera
aial inces for thle (atch'ing Of gametil
tish in the wvater's oft this state' othter
thanit privately ownead iaonds or lak's,
* ut im tomti i m inaw, (at by', ariiiti(ial hail
hat wicti the lirst dayt3 or .\pril anid thel
tir'st dlay oft Novem('tlber oft aa'h year.
13y so1 violaLtig shiall be' tcle twenity
$2i) udollaris, ort imiihpicne thirty3
t ;0) dayas for' each1 offenise. a
Sihuld anyi gamea tishi hei takeni by
for' othIemrl iih thtan game fishi, they('
shall I be immntedihate('3'ly returned'( to the
'iaTer is a ('lose ltme' in all oaf the
('reeks, strteamns anid inlanda waters of
the( state from Ilhe sotting (If the sunt
IeachIt'~ti Thusdlay3 oft ver weet3 ~'(k Ito tht
r'isinig of the( siun each Mondi~ay oif cv
ei'y week, duint''tg which time all seinis
Or' stoppaage oft fish shltli be remtioved(
fr'om theo w,%aters.ii Th'ei penlty fol
violation oif t his sectilon is $200t.(tt.
Aungusta Gain W~eek,
cxciuis h. rate(' via ('harilestoni &
WVesterni ('arolina raiway'. Fo~r rates
date ('o(f sale, et c.. call oni t ickoet aget
or' wri''te', Ei'rnest WIlliams, Generial
Agenut, Au gusta, Ga. 3 I-:I
"Dil N I(" Sl1IE 1,4 IJEA
Fo(rmier Rlesidenut of tis lhace Died(
at letmonit, Texas. haad Jieen *Lih
lng at Teagcue, Texas,
J. W., Shell, known by his ohl
fr'iendls here as "Dlnk"~ Shell, son o:
J. Warren and Dorcas Shell, of this
county, (lied at Becaumnont, Texas, ori
Apr'il 3rd, in his 45th year, "'Dtnk"~
with his mnothier andl sIster, left Lauh
renis ab~out 17 year's ago for' Texat
whetre lhe had an elder briothier. lis
sistetro di('d several years later and wat
biduighit bacek her'ie for burial andl a bot
ten year's ago his miothetr also passed
a way and was brtouigh hiere for buial it
beside her' husbaind.
.\hr. Shell hadl not been wvell r'eent
ly, so lie left Tengute, Texas, whiere
lie had located and returned to Beau
mont, where. he lived with lis br'othi
er until death overtook him.i He wat
carried to Teaugue, Tex., for burial.
is death camne as quite 'a tlhadk tC
his rela'tives and friends 'here,
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* 'TO THE VOTERS. *
* **g* * * * e 0 * ..
Cross 11111, S. C.,
April IT, 19116.
To the Voters of Laurens County:
At the solicitation of many friends
to make the race for sheriff and hav
ing made my announcement, I feel it
is my duty, not only to myself, but to
the people of Laurens county, to give
some account of my record for the last
eight years. Nearly eight years ago
I accepted the position of )eputy In
surance 'Commissioner fot' South Caro
lina, which position I now hold to the
satisfatcion of the State. My work for
the State has been along the same line
of work as that of a sheriff and the
fact that I have given the State satis
faction justifies the conclusion that I
can better serve the people of Laurens
county than I can the whole state:
The solicitors of the State are in a
position to judge the elllciency of my
work, as all cases investigated by me
are in their hands. These officers have
trom time to time written the insur
ance Com in issioner in regard to the
character of my work and these let
ters were turned over to mue at a time
when I was not considering making
the race for sheriff. As a matter of in
formation to the people of Laurens
clotnly I give below some extracts
from said letters:
"Kingstree, S. C.
".\Mr. It. .\. Wharton has worked up
several cases in my circuit. In each
case lie showed splendid Judgment and
decided skill. ils work is completely
tIone. ;;,e jtakes a capable otlicer.
4 iNhced) "P. il. Stoll, Solicitor."
"S partanbttg, S. ('.
"I have found .\lr. \Wharton 1nest
ald tfearless buil fair to both the ac
cused and the aiuser. Ile has hown
tac1t and good judigment in everyin
ll-stance. His aitaintance with the
worl, will inake hitt very valtiable (s)
the Slate. lie has tiy (oniidencie both
as a lman 1i anti oLicer.
(Signed) '.1. C. Oils. Solicitor."
"Greenville, S. C.
"I think .Mr. Whlareon not only com
petent but careful. lie is doing a good
(Signed) "P. A. lionham, Solicitor."
"Orangeburg, S. C.
"The work Mr. Wharton did for me
was entirely satisfactory. I found
him not only willing btu anxious to
render any assistance.
(Signed) "P. T. Ililderbrand,
"Washington, D. C.,
"I am of the opinion that Mr. Whar
ton's services are Invaluable. Has
proved himself a capable Investigator.
(Signed) "J. P. Byrnes, Solicitor."
"Chester, S. C.
"Mr. Wharton has investigated three
cases in my circuit. I have found him
intelligent and active. I do not be
lieve you could secure a better man
for the money.
(Slined) "'.1. IK. I ienry, Solleitor."'
'"('olumbulia, S. ('.
"I am sure fromt my ob~sertva tion1 of
i'nle wthl him, that he is a enareful,
ain hollest, anid hiolloriable' seeku'i after
thi' fats- oi the ('ases whlichi hie inv~es
tigates and~ I knoi4w thait l'he bears that
no( he(slilny ini re'lying inplicitly in the
('orr'c('niess of1 his repiorts; orI his state
mtiIs With riefieren'c(e theeto .
Signed) " 'W. lii llmpton ('obb,
The abhove letters show thait I ha ve
given to the' Sta1te for thet past eIght
years a serivie' highly satisfactory,
I or' mor0e thtan I wenlty year's It hias lbeen
myi~ amintion to lbe she(riff of I.aurienis
('ountly. I linissedt by ai very small mar'
gin be(inlg in the s'cond~ race for slier
1ff eight years ago. I amu miuchi bettel
'tuaIiltied t o tIll Ithle sheriff's ollce now~
tha 11 ver bVei ltfor'e, as my wvork for thie
last eight year1s has bteeni along ther
samIle lin lI'(f work as arne the (lit ies
of' thle sher'if f. I have had eigh t years
of actlual ex perience and1( the solicit ors
of the Stale endor)lse the elllelency ot
my work. I am promud of my record as
a Slate offleer'. I can better serve the
lieopie of Iaoirens coutnty than~ I c-an
the whole State. My record in Laurenla
counlty andi the convictions had as a re
suilt or my work is a matter of record
biefore the Iieople of Laurens county,
if elected sher'ift I will (10 my full duty
and the oftice will be hleld as a trust,
one of dIgnity and the enforcement o1
Yours very truly,
Adv. fl. A. WVIIARtTON.
Sate Medtlicn for Children.
'"Is it safe?'' is the fIrst question IC
he conshidleed whlen bulying cough'
miedlicine1 for eli ldrend. Chainberlai n's
('otugh Remedy has long been a fav
or'ite with Itmother's of young chidren
as it conltains no opilum or other nar
colie, and1( may lhe given to a child as
confidently as to an adutlt. It is pleas
ant to take, too, which is of great. im.
portance when a medicine must be
given to young childrei. This reme
dy is most effectual in relieving
coug~hs.'colds and croup, Obtainable
Helen Holmes in the great Railroad Film Novel
"THE GIRL AND THE GAME"
HELEN HOLM ESIII: herebysann)unle y f c
in tlt' ~ ret 1t~iloan1i'llinIatee for re-('l('(Iio01 to the State Sell
in the reat Ialroad Flm Novelrgua
yl Fran ameto)eoratie
1 eeenHy anounce mysef a erisef
egte toL re-election to e lioosun of
IRe presenitative's, su bject to the ru les
governing te Goeocratic M aIeary.
S. 11. M(IcANS.
1 hereby otoeM myself as a candidate
. for the office or Sheriff of Laurens
r county and pledge myself to abioe by
the esults or the weeocratkc primary.
s. A. WHARTON.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the offlice of Sheriff of Lau
rens County subject to the rules of
the Democratic primary.
A. R. SULIVAN.
I hereby announce myself a candi
rnk a n Siearan date for the office of Coroner of Lau
THE CAST: rens County and promise to abide by
Helen hlnetiieg By Herself the results of the Democratic primary.
George Storm Leo Maloney J. PORPl9U ELLiEDGE.
Rob~ert Seagrue George McDaniel I hereby announce myself a candi.
J. P. McGowan date for the office of Sheriff of Lau
sI ..Fa u rens county, subject to the rules of
theJresults of the Democratic primary.
.tNII AN ALL STAR SUP'I'ORTINO: W. S. WHAGRETO.
CA 811I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of Sheriff of Lau
The Di)rector .1. Y. Mic(Iolutm iens County anj romisc to abide by
the results of the mclrcaratcc primary.
A new, two net chapter of this great 1). W. M. MASON.
railroad filmit novel ii il appear eawi I hereby announce myself a candi
wdeek at this theatre. ate for Sheriff of Laurens Lounty,
stllect to the rules eu' Ithe Democratic
111,1: 11i11 it lEtT :AJ:ti. primary'. S. C. lull).
Th ursday April 20, ~ and 11e. I hereby announce myself a candI.
date for the offlice of Sheriff of the
Count~y of Lati rens 1111d prom ise to
Illy your Siring 11111 at fedi Iron abide by the resuts of the eoc ratic
Ractket. You wilhI eave money. De rarlliyy.
.1. &C.W. S. BAOWlSELLC.
I hereby an nounce nlyself a candi
-iimpson , Cooper & E-t I' b date for th1e office of Sheriff of Lau
rens County a prjc to the byles of the
Attorneys at Law. eeocratic ritmarc.a .
D.V. I . MRK"AON..
Wll Practice In all State C t I hereby announce myself a candi
date for tie office of Sheriff of n
I~rtn~ A tenionGien ll ltiinep r'en county andl pr'omise to abide by
u the results of the Democratlc primary.
primary. ). . IATETD.
' i1 I hereby announce myself a candi
date for tile omice of Sheriff of Laures
Coidt y subject to the rule. of the
iemocrat c pimary.
For Sprains, L.amcncs, CE~O. . iiOlINS.
Sorel+, Cuts, R~hcurnati rn I hereby announce myself a candi
e andIa date for Coroner' of lAetils couty
Penetrates~ and pla. liiiled'(ge nly3sel f to abide by' the r'e
Stops fain At Oncel stilts of the IDenaocrntie primlary'.
For Man and Beast It. J. IiRANKS.
25c.50c.$l. At All Deale. I htereby announce mlyself at candi
11 (late for tile offilco of Coroner' of Lau
rens county subjeetto the rules of the
LINIMENTW. T. i bITbsAL.
M1~~ Practbc anonc alsel attCut
Fordi Sprins Lameneo ad roie o b,
S , by the results of te Democratic ri
" ANNOUNCEU'EN,:T. *mary. Z .TtYHM
" " I hereby announce myself sa candi-.
rens Pounty and promise to abide by.
I hereby announce mryself a candi- the results of the Democratic primary..
date for Solicitor of the (iIghth Cir- R. .JUD. LANGS'PON.
cult and promise to abide by the rules I respectfully announce myself a.
of the Democratic p~rimary. candidate for the office of Treasurer of
If. S. IiILACRWELL* Lurens County and pliedge myself to.
For Man byntiBease
I hereby announce myself a candi- de t of the Democratic.
(late for tie oic of Solicitor of the primary. . P. McSWAIN.
cighth Judicial Circuit. subject to the I hereby announce myself, candi
rtles of th e Democratic primary. (late for re-election to the office of
GEO. T. MAGILL. Treasurer of Laurens County and'
I heebyannunc myslf cadipromise to abide b~y the results of the
I hereby announce myself a eandi- Ieortcirmll
(late for the office- of Solicitor of the OS I)* OUNG
'Eighth District and promise to abide
b~y tile tresults of tile (D)emocratic pri- orbanocemsl'actl
T. F. McCORD. aefr eeeto o h fieo
I hlereb~y announce myself as a can- terlso h ~mcai ~iay
didato for the office of Solicitor of theJ. ADY'IOM ON
Eighth Judicial Circuit of South Care- Ihebyaoucmslfacn
lina, composed of the counties of Ab- dt o eeetp oteofc f
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