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THE COLUMBIA IIEliALD: FRIDAY, AFRIL 8, 1898.
A GREAT SUCCESS!
Even Greater than
'Our Wildest Expectation.
Our Grand opening is now over, and to
things moving we offer the folio wing
inducements this week:
25 DoKen Good Towels, each 04o
25 Dozen Turkish TowelB, each 09c
25 Dozen Extra Large Linen Towels, each 15c
10 Pieces Plaid Crash, per yard ... 07'c
10 Pieces Plain Cra9h, per yard 04c
Plaid Outings, per yard, only ... . ; 07c
New Plaid Ginghams, per yard, only 05c
Muslins, Organdy Effects, per yard 070
Turkey Red Damask, per yard 15c
Scotch Lawns, per yard 04c
56-inch Percales, per yard 078'c
Ladies' Ready-made Skirts as low as f 1.00
100 Dozen Ladies' Vests, each 04o
100 Dozen Ladies' Vests, Silk Tape Neck, each lCc
25 Doz. New Style Belts, worth 35c, 50c and 75c, at. .15c, 25o and 35o
Mallard, April 5. Mrs
Herald was on the sick list
School bepan at this place last Mon-1
day, with Miss Lula Mackey as teacher.
We wish her much success.
Master Macon Green, who has been
attending school at Lasea, hs returned
home and entered school at this place.
Miss Annie Fitzgerald has returned
home after a two weeks' stay at Camp
bellsvillc. Miss Delina Cosby, of Carter's Creek,
spent last week tn our midst, the guest
of Miss Mary Trice.
Miss IjoU Sowell entertained a few 01
her frleuds one night last week at a
Mr. and Mrs. (. F. Pratt spent a few
ays last week at Santa Fe, the guests
f 'Mr. Pratt's brother. He was accom
panied home by his little nephew, who
will remain some time with him.
We are having some right cold weath
er now, and it is feared all the fruit win
A good deal of corn has been planted,
while some farmers havn't their land
broken j et. Oats and clover look tine.
Messrs. John and Cam Ureen have
sold In the last two weeks 19 head of
cattle to Mr. Uuy Parks for $200 dollars.
Mrs. Blackman presented her grand
daughter, Miss .Susie Blair, a tine organ
the other nay.
Kev. Kiinanks preached at mantorj s
Chapel last (Sunday morning and at
weapons that afternoon.
liro. Joe roster worshipped wun us
at this place last Sunday. We like to
have liro. Foster come, as ne is a great
benefit to us in ourSunday-school class.
lie will he with us again the third Sun-
dav in Mav.
J';ider Johnnie rrinsei, or rairview,
will Dreach at this place next Sunday
morning, ana nev. mr. waiaer, oi nanta
Ke, will preach at the school-house Sun
day afternoon. Hope there will be a
large crowd out. Raven Locks.
Two good second-hand, two-horse
planters for sale cheap. See
tf Satterfield & Dodson.
The only up-to-date establishment in the
City. We are receiving new goods daily,
every style that is shown in New York.
Lowest prices, best goods in every department.
Godwin. April 4. After reveral
weeks absence from the columns of the
IIkkalp. we will try to give you the
news from our little burg.
Several oJ our boys loined the I, O. O
V. TiOdire at Santa Fe last week.
Mr. Polk Godwin shipped a car of
corn last Saturday.
J. H. Woody also shipped a carload of
walnut loizs to parties at FratiKiin.
We are "most tickled to aeaiti" mat,
he "whiskey ring" failea to have the
10 o'clock law repealed. If we had our
wav we would close the saloons from
undown to suniin.
Mrs. Jackson (nee Cowsert) of Chica
eo. is visiting her mother at this writ
Mrs. Jno. Armstrong is visiting
friends in Franklin.
The general health of the community
a irond. exceDt bad colds.
Bro. Kubanks preaehedat mappeis
F.lder Derrvherrv preached at
Phillppi last Sabbath.
With oest wishes we win ciose.
MaJ. XV. J. Syket.
Maj. W.J. Sykes died last Satur
day at the home of his son. Mr. J.
P. Sykes, at Memphis. The re
mains were brought to Columbia
Sunday, reaching here in the morn
ing on the 10 o'clock train, and th
interment took place at Rose Hill
Cemetery, prayer being said at the
grave by Rev. Dr. Tolman, of Van
derbllt University. The pall-bearers
wpre: Mesrs. H. P. Fiiruers. G. W.
Haves, E. H. Hatcher, VV. J. Wl.it-
thorue, G. T. Hughes and A. M.
Maj. Sykes was born in Morgan
county, Alabama, and was 79 years
of age. He received his education
in Nashville, and In young man
hood removed to Columbia to reside.
Here he entered into the practice of
law, and, by his energy and untir
ing work, soon built up a handsome
practice, and was recognized as one
of the leading lawyers of the State.
He was elected to the legislature
from this county for several terms,
and proved himself a most capable
and conscientous lawmaker.
Maj. Sykes was an ardent support
er of new enterprises for the State,
especially in the line of railroads,
for developing its resources and
furnishing an outlet for the produce
of its industries.
He was married to Miss Susan
Caruthers, of this county, and from
this union were born two children,
Mr. J. P. Hvkes, an attorney of Mem
phis, and Adjt. Gen. Chas. Sykes, of
Nasnville. curing tne late war,
he enlisted in defending his native
Southland, serving with distinction
and coming out of the contest with
the rank of Major. He spent tne
greater part of his life in Middle
Tennessee, but for the past few years
he has been an invalid, residing
most of the time with his son at
Memphis. He was a man in whom
everyone placed tne nignest con
fidence and respect, ana leaves
many old acquaintances in Maury
Countv who will learn of his death
with genuine sorrow.
War, or No War,
Wheat will be a good price, and it don't pay to run an old
rattle-trap of a thresher, and It pulled by an old engine
that has no power. See what the
Craig Carriage and Machine Co.,
can save you on a new rig. It will not pay you to buy an
old style engine.
THE COMPOUND Is the thing. . ,
Prices low and terms that will suit you. Come and see
us early and you will be surprised at the low price we can
Craig Carriage and Machine Co.
Surreys and Phoetous, also medium and cheaper grades. Latest
styles and prices rlirht. Large stock or Harness at prtceB to
suit customers. See
Satterfleld & Dodson
HORTICILTUKISTS OF MaUKY.
MARTIN & WILKINS.
Piping, Steam and Gas Fittings, inspirators, iuir ..u - -
kinds? Pickering or Sensitive governors furnished on short notice.
We ar Agents for the Champion Wagon.
on is a curiosity in the way of improvement on a farm wagon,
jarties wantingthe best wagon on the market to examine the l h;
will pay all parties
Sir line at oKr machineshop Tin front of Passenger bepot, Columbia, Tenn
inVfnr nrchaslnir. We would be glad to see parties wanting t...uS ...
(Continued from Third Page.)
Cullroka. April 5.-The Hungry
?lub celebrated All Fools' Day at their
rooms Friday eveuing. Instead of the
usual extensive menu, music from a
tring-band and selections on the
iraphophone were served and relished.
It was the joke of the season!
Rev. Sherman preached at the Bap
tist church Saturday and Sunday.
Having no pastor at the Presbyterian
hurch, the members have planned to
have a song and prayer service the
mornings of the second and fourth
Sundays. These services prove inter
esting. J. J. Wilson will lead the ser-
T w 11 .TnVinHlnn will Open his
... A..rnk'at. ifiirrlcMne for Quarterly
meeting next Saturday and Sunday,
nr. .n..tnlila tha nntnrnris ng Hnr-
Ticane people on their success in buiid
!.,. o.w.i hPB.nt.lfnl church.
1,1 t Of
The Epwortn league iu '
Mrs. Tomltnson'B Friday night. All
inembersare earnestly requested to be
..-o-onf fnrituthe time for the elec
tion of a delegate to represent
Andrews. Anril 5. From the present
osnect it is greatly to be feared that
our hopes for an abundant fruit crop
and for early veireiaoies, win oe masieu.
Mrs. Ju lia (iiliiam has returned home
after several dav's visit with relatives
Mrs. Same Jones and children made a
visit last week to the family of Mr,
Davidson Jf.ne. at Leftwleh.
Miss Carrie Hard son. of Leftwleh, is
with her erandmoiher during the lat-
Master Eugene Harrington, o Shady
firove, is visiting his little cousins,
Misses loneand Irene Sowell.
Mr. Mort llardison is still very feeble
P. H. Southall.
Mr. P. H. Southall entered into
rest last Monday morning at i
o'clock at his home near Jameson,
in the 78th Vear of his age. The
funeral serv'ces were conducted' at
Lasting Hope Church Tuesday at 10
a. m. by Revs. J. T. Curry, assisted
by Rovs. Isom, Eubanks and Dale,
and the interment took place in
Lasting Hope cemetery. A large
concourse paid the last sad tribute
to their departed friend, tor rorty-
flve years a member or tne MHtno
dist Church, his time and talents
being consecrated to the service of
his Master, he has gone to inherit
his final reward with a life crowned
with good deeds and charitable acts.
He leaves surviving him a wire ana
four children, namely: Mrs. Jennie
Hatcher, of Williamson county,
Messrs. Richard, Charles and Albert
Southall of this county. Deceased
was also the father of the late F. 11.
J. P. Clioate.
Mr. Joseph Porter (Doc) Choate
died yesterday at 8:15 p. m., at his
home at wuuamsport. ueceaseu
was In the 52nd year of his age, and
leaves a wife and several children.
The funeral services will be con-.
ducted to-day at 2 p m , in the Pres
byterian church at Willlarmport. ny
Revs. 8. P. Hawes and v . u. Mc-
Oartv. and the buml will tate
Mrs. Childrey's bnby has also been place in the cenitary at trut place
quite SICK, Dill is uener now.
HI Its. 1MHA lif.lt. i ,,.. i,i,,i .ivb
Mrs. Lillie Dobbins Joyce died of
consumption yesterday morning at
her home near Williammort, in the
27th year of her age. The funeral
services will take place this morn
ing, and the remains will be interred
In the Williamsport graveyard.
Farmers buy the "Monitor,"
cause its the best cultivator on
tf Satterkield & Dodson.
stock-show was held here.
MiawB Tom inson. Aoernainv aiu
Henderson returned from Jjewisourg
VriHuv. The rain necessitstea me posi
nnnpment of their recital until Thurs
day night. The entertainment whs
plendid.and thoroughly enjoyea uy
The following UuueoKans were aiw
in lwisburg last week: Mrs. J. is
Tomlinson, Miss Clabie Taylor, Messrs
.lesseand Fayette Tomnason, dim ana
Klem Thomas, Alf Fleming and Burt
Tj!T.r'Amlsand R. A. Wilkes mada a
business trip to Birmingham last week.
Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Smiser will enter
tain a little party atcrokinole Tuesday
night of this week. . Barbara.
Second Car Load
Monitor Cultivators coming; order
quick if you want one. They are the
tf Satterfield & Dodson.
League in the coming uoniereuce.
U. W. Foster has bought the Johnson
place and moved his family there. He
T h.vinir repairs made on the dwelling,
which will add much to the appearance
of the place. He has also bought the
Ramsey lot, and will erect suitable
buildings for a furniture store and un
Misses Florence and Bith Williamson
have been visiting relatives and friend
In Triune, Nashville and Carthage for a
O. W. Williamson returned last week
from Vanderbilt Medical College.
Irvine Peebles is back from Texas,
i i, a miih atrnncror than when ne
left last summer. He is with his fath-1
er's family t "Keerless kottage,
near Campbell's Station.
T.W.Stephens and family went to
Columbia Friday to spend a few days
with the family of W. K. Stephens.
Misses Nellie Tomlinson and
Burns, of Columbia, were with Miss
Charlotte Smiser Sunday.
Miss Eva Aikeu was me o"
Misses Love and Smiser part of last
V Mr.'and Mrs. Rufus Bailiss are visi
ting at C. I Bailiss.' . ,
Misses Sue Wilkes and
lanfant returned from Horlda last
Little Minnie Ramsey spent last week
v ith ner aunt, Mrs. Brlgg, at Bigby-
byAl m'adlog was through the com.
munity Sunday night and Monday
The dogs that were known to be bitten
were killed, and others were con no eo
The mad-dog was finally killed In U S.
"Williamson's loU .,inff
Saturday afternoon the usual spring
II k M PSMIRR. April 5. There is but lit
i ,,? afloat in this neighborhood at
uroiAiiL hut we will send vou what we
ki1 rtoftin Akin. of Mt Pleasant, is
v. trnnat of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Akin.
v.. A. Stellar rilled his regular
appointment at Hampshire Sunday
The Eoworth League had quite an m-
torpsiinir meetinit Munditv night, lead
tie Mr. Luther Farias and Clarence
A Ir 1 1
Mr. Kllas Dodson made a flying visit
friAiiHj at Linden last week.
Wb are having some wiutry weat her
MissMattie Patton begun teaching
music last Monday. We wish her sue
Oaa 111 o ht.Hiiiinir a ifood class.
Mr. Dodsou's new house Is nearing
As ever, Elaine Delaisk
F vterprisk. Anril 4. The health of
nnr'nnmmnnitv is verv good at iiresent
Mr. Nelson snetit last week with
l.ilrsi nt Riirhwille.
v r anrrv to hear that Frank Mc
:vaaik. nf Kttaton. is verv sick with
linh Push and sister Laura visited
n,ir hrother at Summertown recently
Mr. A. R. Lindsy and family went to
Hock Dale yesterday to seo her mother,
Mrs. Nance, wno is very sii-R.
m.. H.rUn.of near Nashville, is visit-
Mrs. John Daniels, of
villa Xnrv Daniels, of Flag Springs,
i wit h iitr brother. John liamels, of
Is la tiliirti
M iss 11 la Bratton, of Howard, visited
Miri(Iva Doiivlass recently.
on accouut of Kev. Powers illness,
Mr. Straut, of Mt. Pleasant, preached
at this place yesterday. Tir-lop
Ja.mkson, April 0 Our entire neigh
borhood is shrouded in adiiess, and
there is a pall "f gloom in our midst,
caused by ' lie df Hth of one of our oldest
citizens, Mr. P. II. Southall, whose no
bility, generosity and lattniui cnris-
tiun character can not be ex.-eiiea. lie
was boru December v;l, IM!l, and died
Anril 4. ISiKS. He was a consistent
inemtier of the M. K. ' hurch South for
fortv-iive years, whs full of charity and
liberality Hiid was ever mindful of the
sick and' poor. By these noble charac
teristics lie drew about hnn a wide cir
cle of fp lends. The funeral services
were conducted by Kev. J. r. Uirrv,
assisted bv Rev. W. T. Dale, Kev. B. r.
Isom and Kev. Kuhanks. r.uriai ai
Lasting Hope Cemetery. We truly
sympathize with the bereaved family
in th s. tneir saa loss.
Death under anv and all circum
stances brings to the home it enters sad
ness and sorrrow. but when, wun re
morseless Rrasp, He comes to a a house
hold and roos it or us oniy oaoe, mo
nrecious iewel around which clusters
affection of loving hearts, there if
somethinir neculiarlv touchiug and sad
Much is our fHflniL' in retrara to uie
bereavement of Mr. and Mrs. Will
Mrs. Dr. Bass has been very ill re
M r. s. rs. rorter nas aiso ueeu on mo
sick list this week.
Miss Amanda Grnrsbv is visiting her
sister at oresent. airy.
If you want the most stylish buggy,
i'e nave it. ruorter tire n .vou say so.
See Satterfield & Dodson.
POISON IN RICE.
Don't wait till the rush is on, buy
. J l . A.
now before Harvest prices ngnt
See Satterfield & Dodson
A Clever Kmr,
"Faithful Rooney," the servant of Mr.
McDoiiugb, the eminent Dublin barrister
w hodii d some time ago, was almost as
well known as his master.
During the long vucution Mr. McDon
ogh, who wns a grout dandy and very
vain of his pcrsonul nppcaranrP, pronie
nailed daily on the parade nt Brighton, um
brellu i xi muli d to keep off the sun s rays,
the faithful Kooncy following at a respect
ful distance in his wake. Poor Uooncy at
length grew tirvd of the promenading and i
txed his wits to net n huliilay. Oppor-1
tunlty ere long nrosa His muster inquired
what the people said of hiia were tDey
not struck by his distingue appearance,
fctc.f Rooney hohituted a moment and
"Yourbouor might bevexod if Itould."
"Not at all. command youtotell me,"
said the lordly Frank.
"Well, sir," said Kooney, with pretend
ed diflldonee, "when they see me follow
ing your honor, they say that you are a
lunatic and that I'm your keeper."
"Rooney," suid Mr. McDonogh in aw
ful accents, "I must go without you In
gre Attemutu to Poison Vr,
S. irrenfllrs tanilly.
About two weeks ago a negress by
the name of Easter Porter went to
the home of Dr.. I. T. S. Ureentleld,
in the Greenfield Bend, and volun
teered her services as cook, but was
refused, not being needed. A day
or two afterwards, while the regular
cook was preparing a meal for the
family, the Porter woman maae ner
appearance a second time and asked
that sne De auoweu io cook uhi
rice, which was then being prepared
bv the cook. This she was allowed
I A. l t 1 ,J
to do, ana wnen tne rice was piauu
on the table it was partaken of by
Dr. Greenfield's little 6 year-old
daughter and his son Gabe, and
afterward by one of the negro ser
Those who ate the rice were tafeen
violently ill after the meal, but, by
the prompt worK or pnysicians, tney
were finally brought out of danger,
although they have not yet entirely
An examination of the rice was
made by Dr. Collins, and it was
found that it contained "rough-on-
rats," strychnine and quicksilver.
The Porter woman was placed un
der arrest and brought before
Esquire Puckett for trial, who
bound her over to the Circuit Court.
Warrants were gotten out for four
other negroes, who were charged
with 'oeing implicated in the affair,
but they have not yet been found.
It was proven in the trial that Tom
Fitzgerald, one of tho negroes
against whom a warrant has been
sworn, had stated on one occasion
that he would kill all the members
of the Greenfield family for$5apiece.
Some time ago 6everal negroes
! were arrested for stealing some hogs
from Dr. Greenfield. These negroes
are now In jail awaiting trial, and
Gabe Greenfield, who was poisoned,
and other members of the Green
'field family are strong witnesses
.agalnbt them. The supposition is
that the negro woman was hired by
' the negroes or their friends to get
the witnesses against them out of
Before Last Tuesday' Freeze the Out
look Was Pine.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Maury County Horticultural
8 'Clety was held Tuesday. April 5,
In the office of Mr. J. L. Jones.
Though there were but seven mem
bers present, the time was so fully
occupied that it seamed difficult to
find a place for adjournment.
Grapes, orchard fruits and vege
tables were all reported in un
usually promising condition, and a
little in advance of what they usunlly
are at this season. The prospect Tor
a full crop of cherries and peaches
was reported as very flattering,
though some uneasiness was mani
fested as to the result of the cold
wave tending southward at this
The thousands of strawberry
plants set this spring are all living
and making a good growth. The
weather this spring has been better
than the average for setting plants
and trees. Mr. Meronle and Mr.
Yoest reported few if any strawberry
plants lost by last summer's drouth.
It is surprising what a little matter
sometimes determines the difference
between success and failure in fruit
growing. Considerable time was
given to discussing the prepara
tion of ground, setting and cultivat
ing strawberries. This is an im
portant subject lust at this time
when so many are having to set out
Mr. Meronie gave an account ot
some very interesting experiments
with commercial fertilizer on pota
toes. With his usual characteristic
carefulness in conducting his ex
periments, he is always able to pre
sent facts that are very valuable.
Ho exhibited Ren Davis apples ill a
perfect state of preservation al
though not less than 60 per cent, of
those put in the cellar had had to be
sorted out. Me paid, a glowing
tribute to the KeitTer pear
when properly ripened, was equal to
any Bartlett. he said. He put,
Keiffers in hi" cellar last fall and
had beautiful ones to eat at Christ
As certain bugs are Riving vege
table growers a. great deal of trouble,
a committee was appointed to study
their habits mor closely and also
recommend a preventative or some
means oi uesiruction. Messrs.
Warfleld, Meronie and Chisholm
were made a committee upon this
The name of Mr. C. P. Snell was
presented for membership and he
was immediately votHd in.
The next meeting will be a called
meeting held when strawberries are
In their prime.
R. A. Spellman, Sect'y.
(t) Cumberland Presbyterian Influ
ence Miss Mosley.
(e) Episcopal Influence Mr. Francis
() Roman Catholic Influence Miss
Ellen V. Frlel.
(!f) Christian Influence Miss Lily
The Association adjourned to
met in Columbia, Saturday, May 7,
1898, at 10 a. m.
Ellen F. Friel, Sect'y.
I, j , i. iiii.ft.V ilfii "itiiri1-'
Maury County Teachers' Association.
The Maurv County Teachers' As
soclation held its regular monthly
meeting in Columbia, April 2, at the
Public school building. Mr. A. C.
Allen presiding. Mr. J. H. DLnnlng
led the association In prayer, after
which the minutes of the March
meetinc were read and adopted.
Mrs. C. W. Mitchell gave a talk
on "What should a teacher teach
outside of text books?" Mr Jas. A.
Bostick and Mr. W. B. Turner ad
dressed the association on "A
teacher's responsibility for the
future of his pupils." Miss Mary
Blackburn read a resume on '"Quo
Vadis," also giving an Interesting
sketch of the author.
Mr. Turner, Chairman of the
Executive Committee, reported
Prof. Mull, from Dillon, Montana
as a suitable conductor for the sum-
. ... .
mer institute, ana tne association
voted '.hat he be employed. Mr.
Turner -was instructed to employ a
primary teacher for the Institute.
The association decided to begin
the Teachers' Institute Monday,
June 13, continuing one week.
The executive committee ar
ranged the following program for
the May meeting:
"Early Educational History in Ten
nessee" W. B. Turner.
"denominational Influence on the
Early Educational History of Tennes
see. (a) Presbyterian Influence Mr. W.
D. Scott. .
(ft) Baptist Influence Prof. P. W.
(c) Methodist Influence Mr. J. II.
It ia impossible for the system
to withstand the demanaa maao
upon it just at this season, "with
out the assistance oi a gooa puri
fying and strengthening tonic.
The changea which Nature decrees
shall take place each spring are
bo severe that a breakdown is
almost sure to come. It ia wise
that all possible assistance be
given during"thia period, aa upon
this purifying process depends the
health for the entire summer.
Evervbodv iust now should take a
thorough course of Swift's Specific)
which thoroughly cleansea the
blood of all the accumulated im-
Innritips. tones no and strengthena
whi,c!1' the entire system, and aids Nature
in renovating and renewing tne
body so as to render it healthy and
strong. Those who purify their
blood with S. S. S. at this season
are well fortified against the many
brnis of 1 disease so prevalent dur
ing the dreaded heated term, for
it haa been demonstrated tnat tne
system that ia thoroughly purified ,
in the spring is wen prepared iq
re:., t pifease all summer. ;
ho other remedy ou tne marKet
18 equal to Dwm s opeciuo ua a
spring medicine, because it ia the
only purely vogetaoie Diooa rem
edy aud ia guaranteed absolutely
iree irom potasn, mercury ana an
other minerals. It cleanses, puri
fies, builda up and strengthens.
Insistj ous. o. ., tor there ia noth
ing half as good. i
fyou want the nevs,
Subscribe f"r tha
The annual meeting of the stockclder of
h. Toi.i'hhia Hrkald Ciixi-amy will b
held at the olllco of thecompany, InColum'
kiu n Hutnnlnv. Anril . IHWrt. at 10 o'clock
a. rii., for the purpose of electing a Board of
ni-M-tors for the eosuin; year, and for the
transaction of uy other business that may
wurlSH F. I. I-asdsb, Maimger.
Clkbk and Master's Okpick, )
Columbia, Tenn., April 1, 1H9H.
John M. Allen, Complainant, vs. A. O.
P. Nicholson, eU al, Defendants.
It appearing from aflldavit filed In
this cause, that the defendant, La
tham, and Hugh T. Gordon and wife,
Anna Gordon, are non-resiaeuiu vl m
State of Tennessee,
It !a thereiore oraerea mat, vney enwr
their appearance herein, before or within
tha first three days of the next term of
the Chanoerv Court, to tie neia ai coium-1
bia,on the first Monday in May next,
18i)H,nd pieaa, answer or uemur
oomplainant's bill, or the same will be
taken tor confessed as to mem ana ne
for hearing ex parte; and that a copy of
thU order be published for four consec
utive weeks In the Columbia Herald.
A. Copy Attest:
v A. N AKIV. Clerk A Master.
FUucrs At Pad;
prill 4t .
;ett, Sol'rs for Compl't.
Now is the time to get your sup
nlv of election cards. Have them
printed at the
Hkrald's Job De-