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"rmuic?i Ttoougha* for Practical I
(Condtieted by R W. Dmbbe, Pres?
ident ? C. Farmer* Union.)
Some Itaoiloni Thought*.
2a recent trips to Mount BlOfl in
iee o.unty, Sardinia in Clarendon
county, and Dillon, crossing parts of
Hai i I-?n. Sumter. Lee. Florence.
Marion and Dillon counties, the in
rrea-cd acreage ui corn is a gratify-,
Uig t>utut?'. The ticlds of either corn,
cotton <>r lohaeeg that ean be gggg in
a trip of ahout 100 miles across the
counties naimd. that are. good, to- up
to the average for this time of th
year. can be counted Og the lingers
of both hands. At the same time the
proportion of gi i?s> <Tops seems to
be otil\ th ' l-e.K-ing.
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sVsasthei eouin.. udable feature of
this >ear's farming is the du ci situ a?
tion to be seen on so many roads.
Large fields of c a n t e h>u pes .done the
railroads; fields of young corn, where
snap beans have bgfjg market?
ed, and still others show that this
section is got absolutely dependent
on cotton tor money thsis year.
(n last week s Item the statement
a as made: ' What a difference therd
evuld bt in the condition of the
bank- of ,,n average county in South
Carolina it two hundred and fifty
.loa sind dollare had been gelded to
Che ggttMM of the cotton crop. hy
ludltut.us marketing. If to that could
be added i .their |W0 hundred and
fifty th . is. ml dollais from the sale
Of vegetables and trink. we would
?Vf*i hi in the position ot being aide
to supply to the beaks the tlgg.eet
the\ ma> need to guanrs dlstrsessd
In iiddu'on t.. the financial Inde
pendent* of tin- Ifjdlvldual farmers
See what g ndghty fofes such a sys
tsm of farming Would be in securing
to our section the full m turns fof
?or gfeUl export crop??ot?on. Ten
?r turores ysars age |g i convention
tn tin- ohi seiifl*huuus tue writer was j
culled to seek r w hile trying to out
line SOOtl a system by the statement:
"Mr. ? halrinari. We dal Sot VORIC lo re
to hear about good funning, but to
ruis? ihe pie i ol et ttou." There are
still swum who hold ihat h. must not
bottn r with lUCll things, bm t online
?ur efforts t? marketing cotton, aud
to all suck the same auswei la ns up
piitai. . |od y as then it IRU ? no'
in th? line oi practical control ol tie
sotton erog ami win raise Its price,
I d>> not Know anything about tin
? * ?
.\t loiion i found that ih< nunki h id
not ? t given nny ronslderotlon to
the mattet >.f aw urtm money hold
nation, that prominent farmer and
fin.<ic i* i wan'.d ??? discredit the
?btiitv >.f the Uuintef bunks lu do
What tiny bati UfOUAlsed US lu tl".
He wanted " big Warehouse ami like
nttai otiors. wanted some one, some
w to r?. somehow t > come t.? his us?
statuta1 ??? i fmnkl) told him hi he
wan d a big wal. b..n-. c go ind
atttM uns, but got to lrj to prevenl
tin people from building snmll ones
?hereevef tins could i ami that with
the evidences ot wealth on every aide
at Dillon. I tie) did not need outside
assistant i to bitiui warehouses oi t.?
hoi.i cotton, but should i.e s. Hing ng
?x.unph to other sections of the Hinte;
ggsj 'bat it theti big I ti m< rs and
lue If bunkers did uol lulu cars ol
las ir rotten nohmlj else would do II
for thi as, H at there Hu* ;t I ? \ ei v
wb? r?- ? ise. the bag furanefs thlnl ihcj
?.i?i sglHW lie -mall fartiiei bul
lue) w di . ontluue lo And Ihat. i i I
gS la -"t \ ? If, w b? n Mit r I ? ?>? I I.
f. t met was itaoluu v ? i io Ipli ?
ih< ir on< ile farmer t>. at an I hi
t'To of falling prlcoj, so ii will al?
ways be, unless these 1900-bale furm
en unite end help 11 ? < ? small farmers
to a systematic marketing' And to
do this they must be the leaders In >i
co-operal ve banking and warehouse
system, not for private exploitation
of their neighbor's cotton, but for
exact jilatlce to alb
a a a
This is ,i grant farming section?
Lands are very much like th.' Muyes
vllle t?? Sardinia, Black River country.
While northeast the Little Pee Dee In
like Pocotallgo, only very much
larger, and the land* on each side
vary much iik*? tin- lands on euch
stele of pocotallgo from Cane Buvan
nah to Manning,
a a a
About Latte there are lome line
ridges, and back toward Pee Pee
Kiver. i onsidi iaI'h- areas of undrain
ed swamp lands.
a a a
Brother Jordan, "i the Dillon
Herald, >s live young newspaper
man who is trying t.? have the news*
papers do for their business what the
farmers' Cnlon Is trying to do for
the farmers; "Systematise his busi?
ness by co-operation and tpplication
of the principles of scientific com?
merce." He will make a .strong ally
to help bring about a cordial co-ope?
ration between farmers and bankers
for th? mutual advancement of both,
ami the only true growth of the coun?
ty ami the towns.
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Some of the bean growers in their
Aral efforts in the Sardinia section
were not a* successful as Brothet
Player, of Trinity, hut it la reported
that in the Lake City and Cades sec?
tions, when they have been at it
foi- several yean and got their beans
on the early market, that profits of
1110,90 to 1100,00 an .m i?- wire made,
Brother Player, of Trinity, has been
Invited t" meet with tin Sumter
County Cnlon at Cain's Savannah
July Ith, to tell of hta sun ess with
heans. The Union wants to develop
and encourage every hue of farming
that will help to bring in eash re?
turns all through the year, Tin- fol?
lowing are some of the good reasons
for doing so: it is in the line of aoll
Improvement, "f taking advantage of
seasons, ami insuring against season?
able disasters, of making the most "I
labor, ami Insuring against periods of
Idleness ami periods of scarcity; it
win maki our people Independent
ami is the only true wa> i > finance
the COttOI en.p. and it is getting
read) for the advent of th.- boll
wee vile. There are other considera?
tions, but these .?>?? enough to com?
mend it to every progressive man?
E. w. D.
JOHN ROBERTSON Dl.AI).
Negro Held on Charge of Muni? r
Died in Jail Ttie?*da> Mottling*
John Robertson, a negro who a n
arrested In Charleston a feu days
ago on the charge of murder md
brought bni h to tins place to he held
for trial at the general sessions
court, died in the jail this morning
from tuberculosis, which he Is said
to have had for a number "f yens,
even before the killing for which he
Robertson was accused "t killing ?
negro woman, Harriet Evans, with
whom he had Is en Hi Ing, when he
found that ahe was fixing to leave
him for unothet man. H< had ?Hin
fessed to ih. killing and it is prob
stile th it hoi be Hi ed he would hui e
been con vie ted of ihm rder,
Second Week Juror?.
The following jurors were drawn
for th? second a*eek of court which
convenes j d^ I. one week from to
II, J, Hnrby,
S i*. St udeiimire,
v. i? Wlthenpoon,
.1 M. Kolb,
J, M, Ployd,
'?: i. Wright,
s. B. Divine,
H M. Drown.
J, i ' Wh te.
W, ii. Hodge,
R, i*. Tntes,
Henry W dnherg.
j. s. i)wight,
B, i.. Montague,
.i. i.. Brogdon.
? A. Nettles,
??. ii Policy.
ii Ii, Norrie
j s, k< nnedy,
i-. B, Hodge,
.1. i >. M< la od.
j. ?:. Norton,
i: K. Wilder,
i i*. Bi nnson.
D. i. Tlsdale,
J, II, Whit, h.ad
S. M. I'h is.?II.
It. t '. ' Ii fait. I
i: ii ?ii i.
J, T Muri eit.
i \. ItyfWnta rg,
j I. \l< i.. od
, ,i i. Hi isworth
i ? \ i:ti. r'...
FIGHT ON PARKER.
iiattij: for RKaHTs of the
Parker h (lie Choice anil (lie Repre?
sentative uf RyUn, Tamilian) and
Big ha-im? \\ 111? Air Kecking the
(omni ol Mr I'ari.x ? Bryan l,rad?
tllt< I lulll
11 11 Minore ?' Ulm SM.?-All hopi of
Inverting a Ughi from tin- fall of the
[gavel m tin Dei.Tittle? national con
Iventlon vanished when the national
committee approved the selection of
fi rmer Judge Alton II. Parker of New
Vork an temporary chairman In de
fiance of the threat of William J.
Bryan t.. make an issue of the alleged
conservatism of Judge Parker as op
posed t.' the progression which the
Nebraska ii declares should prevail.
An effort was made by the national
committee today to placate Mr.
Bryan, but ti confi -nee resulted In
complete failure, Mr. Bryan would
not recede from the position he had
taken, ami tonight prepared t" make
his light from the floor of the conven?
tion tomorrow to rally the progres?
sives t>> Iiis standard In opposition to
Mr, Bryan announced today If n?
other good progressive could be pre?
vailed upon t.? make the race he
would enter the field himself aa the
opponent of Judge Parkier.
The Nebraskan. three time i can?
didate of his part) for the presidi ncy,
stood "lit today as the dominant fig?
ure in the convention.
All contingencies of th.- future
Including the nomination of a presi?
dential candidate, seemed to hinge
upon what he would do. The im?
pression continued to be more mark?
ed that Mr, Bryan might himself be
the ultimate presidential nominee.
Bome of his friends tonight declared
that he would voted for in the
convention whether formally placed
In nomination, and they expressed
the belief that he would win If Un?
voting should go to a fourth or fifth
i n fui therance of their hope of
nominating Mr. Bryan, some of his
friends. It Is said, are bending their
energy to prevent u coalition of the
Clark and Wilson forces. They are
talking of Bryan and Wilson as a pos
alble ticket, and the suggestion is re?
ceiving attention In many quarter.-: in
the event Mr, Bryan would not be a
candidate himself for temporary
? haii man. it was said he might Urge
Senator Kern of Indiana, his running
mate four years ago, for the place.
Leaders, however, expected Mr. Bry?
an to enter the rave.
The contest over the chairmanship
Is looked forward to with trepidation
by some of the leaders and by the
supporters of several of the preslden
tial aspirants, tine of tin- most In?
teresting developments looked for Is
tin- stand to he taken by the Champ
?Mark delegates. .x large number of
th?s.- ulready have been pledged to
support th,- choice of the national
committee, whoever he might be.
This action was regarded in the State
delegation distinctly an anti
Bryan move, There has been a long
standing friendship between Mr.
Bryan and Speaker Clark. Delegates
tonight are wondering if tomorrow's
battle will show a rupture.
it |h a coincidence th.it Mr. Bryan i
i.-< arraying him-elf against th.- on','.
man who has shared with him the
presidential nomination of his part)
sin.-, the memorable campaign of
IHU6. Judg< Pnrker's eompnrativel>
wide margin of auccess in th.- na?
tional eonventlop Sl to J". was taken
by many of the leaders tonight a* mi
Indication ol delay for Mr. Bryan.
The hitter's friend* declined to put
un> mich Interpretation upon the ac?
tion ol th.- committee.
Mr, l'u > an said:
l had cxpo< ted it. When Mr
tluffe) was seated against the proles'
of th< Demoeruts of Pennsylvania, l
learned what 1 lad expected, that u
majori!) < f thai committee either hud
llo eoneeptlon of Detiiocrae> or was
-o abivlshl) under iht .out. i of the
pi ed itor) Intel est ih not tn be free to
follow their convictions. The ren
sons which they ui\e are like all rea?
son* given m defense of wrong. They
are Insincere and are not the reason*
that are really Influencing them, The
will be resumed tomorrow, at
which t no ,, progressive will be pre
Rented for the convention to vote for
iti?l the hie- will be draw n sn that
Ihr delegates in decide whether the)
wir . - Il\ l hi in -?? i' ? with 'In- Iteh
moot llyan Murpuy crowd that over
w helim d the p.n t) ? Ith d? fi at ? Ight
\ , a a--;., ii ml w hi< h i- in cloSl and
eoiitiuuoii* e... a ??? nership w Ith
. i ..w ,i ih it nomln ited Mr, Taft ai
i 'Im ago,
"Tin hi ? il i tor) Inten t* hav ? m
polities. The) arc with Ihe part)
that ervc i h. in 11 i v ; UK enabled
mlnoi Ity of tin Uepuldle ms to to ? i
ride Ihe w ill of tin major it) of I
mildlcaiu ii1 Chb igo. tliey are ii"\>
hi ri lo i nable n inlnorlt) of ??"
l.. rats In oven Idi the ma |or I:
'l?h, .. i not a gr< i i xploii lim In
COMMITTEE NAMES PARKER.
\ VTIONAL BOin K VI II Ii s \( -
tiox or srn.to.>i>iriTi:i:.
Receive* ill Vo.<c*. While Olli?' ?fuilics
(?cts 20 ami senator O'tiorimin 2?
Kfforth tn Compromise Tail?liryuu
I \p( <? < (I lo Take M|(lM l<? 1 loot 01
Contention Todiiy, Starting Hitter
Struggle Between 'Tin?ir^i\(>"
Rultlnmre, June 21. - l '.>rmer
Judge Alton R, Parker, of Sew Vork,
was selected by the Democratic na?
tional committee tonight for tempor?
ary chairman of the National "'.in?
vention, which opens here tomorrow
ai noon< His election fame over the
pi-.it,.of twenty-two members of
tlie committe ?. styling themselves the
progressives of the party, under the
leadership of \V. .1. Bryan. Senator
Elect I 'Hie .1.mies g.a twenty of these
votes ami Senator O'Gorman. of New
York. 2.. Senator Tillman represent?
ing South Carolina, voted against
That .\ir. 1:1 van will carry the fight
tor temporary chairman to the Moor
of tin- Convention new seems assured.
Efforts to come to an amicable agree?
ment on the question failed today,
wio n a committee appointed ;>t the
opening session of tin- national com?
mittee conferred with Mr. Bryan and
others at tin beginning. Thiscommit
tee. composed of Chairman Norman
K, Ma<k nnd It. r. I.. Hall, member
from Nebraska, reported ;>t the meet?
ing tonight that its efforts had I.n
unavailing ami almost immediately
the \ot. was taken.
AHM BROKEN BY AUTOMOBILE.
Mr. M. H. Handle Has Ann Broken
in Accident Saturday Morning,
Through, some fault of his own In
n?.t putting th. machine oat of gear
before he . ranked it. Mr. M. 1'.. Han?
dle of this city had his arm broken
Saturday morning when the machine
"kick..!" is in- endeavored to crank
The wrist bone was broken by the
reaction of the .rank. Monday Mr.
Handle was able t-> go about as
usual, but he C m ied his arm in a
Died While Praying.
Pinewood. June 24.?Preston
Thorn, a colored ditcher, was found
dead this morning in his cabin near
Rimini by some one passing, lie
was kneeling in front of a chair and
is supposed lo have died while pray?
ing. Magistrate Toomer and Dr. F.
M II r. in vvenl down and held the
The new schedule <>n the Northwest?
ern Railroad should meet the ap?
proval of all persons interested, ex?
cept the chrome kickers. i
terest that is not represented in the j
lobbies of tin- hotels, there is not a
corrupting Influence in American i
politics tli...: Is not being us.-d and
ihe delegates to this convention under 1
estimate th.- Intelligence of the men
a ho s. ut Ihei 1 here is they think that I
they can g" back and deceive them
ail., believing that they supported Mr.
Parker from any worthy motive. The
talk of harmon) ia loo absured lo de?
serve consideration. 1 tried t<< s??
sure harmony by urging several weeks
ago that tli. committee inv it. M r.
Clark ami Mr. Wilson. whose In?
structed delegates constitute marly
tw.? thuds .a th. convention. t<. agree
upon a candblati for Ihe purpos? of
avoiding friction. Th. \ not only fail
i*d i.. .I-, this, bill refused to take the
choice of either candidate ami. at
M > . .V Urpll> 'S dl- tat loll. forced M |\
?1 shall discuss Mr. Parker's tit
ness for ib.- position tomorrow, it Is
enough to an) that ii he does not
knot who., ugeiii lu- Is, he lacks the
Intelligence ncccsstify .< presiding of*
Hcor and if h. does know, he does
not deserve the support of any man
who has th.- light io call himself a
?| expect presenl the name of
Some progressive and i" support his
claim before the convention. If 1
fail lo ll ml a man to had the tight.
ui\ name will be presented as n can?
didate for tempor?r) chairman. I
hav. no wa> out oi knowing lloVi th.
convention stands, ??ut the Democrats
of 1 he nation hav . dole- enough for
in. '.. justify me in suffering defeat
11 pel . -sai y in 1 heir defense. ? ?n>
Republican part) is enough in ihl
. ..11 ni 1: for whatever we ma) < 11
ourselves, ll we can n<>t distlnguisl
ourselves from them In our action*
people will not pay much intention I>
?Oll W oi k -."
There w 1- 1 clu i 1 front t he di b
gatew and visitors who -?warme?! i"t>
M1 I :r\ an ? room- w lien t In- Ni
l.i ,, k -ti . o M Ii lb d hi I b lltenl Mr
I v au w as lu confercin e kite tonlgh
w ji ti hi- nnsoi i 11?*>*, mapping oul to
10 ORGANIZE STATE CHAMBER
\t \\y ? ri iis to in-: Kfci?iti?>r.vr.
Kl? \ \ coli Mhi \ Mi l fl .?..
i hnrle>ton Oiguiii/ati< n Hop to
Send ;?i l?en*l Tliirt) lien in \'
I? lid Kctslou* ;?( Capital, n| Which
Soulli C arolina I liailllMT i>i < oin
Iticive Will In- I'ornn
x? w?? i!i<I 1 'ourli p.
.July i- design ited to \.. :, im?
portunt day in tin annu iU . f indus?
trial ami commercial history of h
Carolina, i In rh t day, U is proposed
by the '?otnmercial secretaries of the
Palmetto State to organize a State
Chamber of Commerce. The event
will take place at :: 1?. M. o'clock
Tuesdey, July 9, in Columbia. ami
will in all probability bi attended by
from one hundred to one and hun?
dred and fifty business men from all
parts of the State.
it is th.- present intention of the
officers of tin- Charleston Chamber of
Commerce to send at least thirty
members of th.- local organization to
Columl-ta on July a. An active can?
vass among tin- members of the
Chamber of Commerce will ho made
during the coming tw.? days in order
to ascertain just who will make "he
it has h?n^ been a dream <-f cer*
lain commercial organization officials
in this stat.- to form a strong and
active state Chamber of Commerce.
Fully two-thirds of tin- States in the
Cnion 111 present at.lulpped with
an organisation of this character,
which, i:' handled rightly, can be
made to exercise a world of good for
th.mmercial and industrial in
terests of the respective Common?
The coming organization day in
South Carolina is certain to sec a
great rally of the business interests
of the state. The convention will
convene at :j p, \\, and organise a
permanent State Chamber of Com?
merce or Development League,
which will hav< for its principal ob?
ject the internal development of
the State ahum every line, and for a
closer co-operation between the prin?
cipal cities and towns of the State,
it is expected that the state body will
assist in the forming of a State Re?
tail Merchants' Association, a State
Real Estate Association, co-operation
in securing hotter highways. Immi?
gration and farm development, drain?
age, co-operation in bringing to the
Stat.- industries and capital to de?
velop natural resources and to manu?
facture the State's raw material.
Such an organisation can do a ^reat
work in advertising th< St ite's epec
tal advantages abroad and in secur?
ing greater publicity throughout the
Every <'itv In the State is working
hard t<> have a large delegation at
tin- Columbia organisation meeting on
July Florence lias notified the
committee on arrangements at Colum?
bia that she will have a special ear
load of boosters at the meeting. Sum
ter Is prepared to semi fifty men,
while Orangeburg Intends to send a
delegation which will leave all others
in tin- shad.-. Charleston will also 1-e
strongly represented, it Is hoped.
The Meistersinger Male <v?uarteUe. of
the city, have received a special in?
vitation to sing at tin- meeting. The
Columbia Ad Club quartette will also
do several .-Mints.
\ tentative State Chamber of Com
meree was rormed in Columbia on
.inn.- 5 for tin- purpose of "Starting
something" in the line of general
state advertising and publicity, whl< h
means enlisting 'he interest ami ser?
vice of the business and public spirit?
ed . itiz. ns of the State.
Mr. I.? was W. Parker, of OreenVllle,
S. ?'.. was unanimously elected tem?
por?r) president of tin- organization,
with Secretary A. McP Hamby. of
Columbia, as temporary secretary,
Th.- following eitles were represented
:it this preliminary meeting: Char?
leston. Columbia, flrcenvllle, Green?
wood, Spartanburg, Suinter, Florence
Georgetown and l?aurens.
shot m:ouo t>\ train.
Conductor .toe Mimil* Slioi Negro
Near i Tore tut' Sunday NTglit.
N'. ws of a shooting on the Atlantic
Coast Line tr.nn N". f?5 fron. YYil
mington, i.-a< in d here Sunday
when *.hat train came in on its way
to Columbia, Th.- shooting was done
h> Conductor Ji?e Minnis just before
Ihe tr iin i < in bed I 'lorencc.
I 'rom v\ luil ? mild be b timed of the
affair, it sei ms that the negr<? wa
conducting himself In a disorderly
manner and when the conductor and
his porter expostulated with him hi
dr. \ hi- gun and threatened t.? shoot
ih. ai. ?'??ndii. tor Minnis lived on hin
and wounded him in the head.
h . - no) u n?>\> n how seriously
wounded the liegfo i-. hut Condlic
lor MlnniH stated yesterday mornim
on h - way hack from Columbia ihn
t he) w ->u!.l st. p in I lor, m .? for
hearing of th. ? ise. If it ? oiild 1 ? ? all
Announ lenients of can II dates hi?^
i t: printed In tais column uutti tr*e
clues i the ainpiugn I off is. No
ii" :s accepted un credit.
<apt. B. S. Canon is hereby an?
nounced m a candidate lor Sheriff at
the ensuing election, having before
discharged the duties of that office
with promptness- and efficiency, we
lake pleasure in recommending hkn
for said office, subject to the rules of
the Democratic primary. *C
MANY VOTE HS. J
1 hereby offer myself as a candidate
for the office of Sheriff of Sumter
I "unty. subject to the rules of the
I democratic party.
J. K. BRADFORD
I hereby announce myself a can?
didate for the office of Sheriff of
Sumter County, subject to the rules
governing Democratic primaries.
W. H. SEALE
Capt G??o C. Warren is hereb^f*
announced as a candidate for the of?
fice of Sheriff of Sumter ruunty, sub?
ject to the rubs of the Democratic
1 hereaby announce that I am aV
candidate for the office of Coroner of
Sumter County, subject to the action
of the Democratic primary.
D. W. OWENS.
For House of Repre*
1 am a candidate for
the House of Represent;
to ihe rules of the De
R. B. B ELSER.
I hereby announce myself a can
date for the House of Ropresentativ
from Sumter County, pledging myself
to ahlde by the result of the demo?
P. D. EPPS.
Dr. F. M. Dwight is hereby unan
moualy nominated, as a candidate f
the House of Representatives, subject
to the rules governing the Primary.
We bespeak for him the suffrage of
his fellow countrymen.
The Wedgefleld Democratic Club.-t
I hereby announce myself a candi?
date for the office of Supervisor of
Sumter County, subject to the rules of
the Democratic Primary.
L. E. WHITE.
I hereby announce myself a cat
didate for re-election to the office of
Supervisor of Sumter County, subject
to the rub s of the Democratic pri?
P. If. PITTS. .
For Clerk of Court.
1 hereby announce myself a candi?
date for re-election to the office of
<'lerk of Court for Sumter County,
subject to the rules of the Demo?
L. 1 PARROTT.
The name of H. L. Soar', ore ugh ^
presented as a candidate for Clerk of
Court for Sumter County in the com?
ing Dtmocratic primary election.
1 hereby announce myself a candij
date for Clerk of Court of Sumtty
county, subject to the action of the
JOHN R. Sl'MTEH.
1 announce myself a candidate fAr
the Office of Solicitor for the Thv^
Judicial Circuit, subject to the rules
of the Democratic Primary.
TITO*. IT. TATUM.
1 hereby announce myself a can?
didate for re-election to the office of
Solicitor of the Third Judicial Circuit
subject to the rules of the Democratic
PHILIP H. STOtX.
For Foiled "staic- Senate.
1 hereb) announce myself a candi?
date f..r the Fnited States s? i f\\
suhjeel to the rub s Qf the Democratic
patty Tour support tnd Influence
will I . appro, iated.
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1 .ant. ns S t \
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I hereby announce m> self as a
didate for the nomination for Con?
gress from the Seventh Confreeslon
,1 District of South Carolina. BUb
loci to tin rules of the Democratic
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