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If we were asked, "were you
Yes, because in our most opt<
uspicious scene as our eyes beh<
But after the thrill and excit
Lued in part their accustomed al
could have, been one jot or tittle
Were we not working with
Could we forget the unexcell,
vhite and colored) of Clarendon
Could we look around us and
he evidences of culture and Chr
d among you.
The MAGNIFICENT welcor
ear friends, to an intelligent apr
iounty possess in an abounding
And thei-e were just "oodles
nce and other counties. It is ni
s an imaginary line somewhere i
lon County. But let us be than!
Iope, and one in purpose.
Let us thank you NOW, one
hank you in ADVANCE for malk
FIGHT THE BOLLI WEEVIL.
r" SOres i 9
ote o fAp
surprised?" Our answervould
)mistic moments no flight of far
ld for twelve short and shining
ement of the first few moments
ode, we rebuked ourselves that
less than it was.
ind for a wonderful people?
ad record for patriotism, public
County made in every war dri
fail to see the churches and sch
istianity on every hand? If we
me accorded ALDERMAN'S 20.
'reciation, generous nature and
and remarkable degree, and it i
and oodles" of the same sort (
>t their fault, just a little misfor
n~ the vistas of fancy that is sup
ful that the line is only imagina
Lnd all, for making the Grand Oi
ing the store what it will be.
20 Stores in
CHAS. WOODS, Marl
be "Yes, and no."
LCy had ever carried us into su
hours last Friday.
had somewhat subsided and o1
we had ever thought for one f<
spirit and public power that th
0ols, the expanding barns, the
could, or if we ever shall, may <
tores in One, on Friday 31st o
broadminded spirit that the p
vas due to this alone.
>f folks with us from Sumter,'i
tune that they are not to be blay
posed to separate these good l
ry. They are one with us.4
ening the grand success that i
:h an inspiring and
ur senses had - re
!eting moment that
e good people (both
modern homes, and
our name be accurs
r October, was due,
eople of Clarendon
ned for-that there'
eople from Claren
)ne in heart, one in
t was; and let us