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CotBE=umnxati.onsq 'mu '' t!
real n e and :dre o f' ' e 'np .'' 4j
No cotmunicatnon ('7 a Pro c.
w1,1 be ptb:shed e' ' s n
Xn~ed a:.the rooreat xan: a%
O ( .tter.
The News & Courienr reports
this mnornirzthat th'e S'Zondt
t I es . -
gare for Cor es t. uvu'
for Attorneqv e et. r o
leading, wIthHape eo
and. Scar-orou0gh 11 1o im rI
Adi at and i:'s'eew m -
seconid. foaa r une
Gove rnoc pr:oo& e.lec.. At
presentlook 1()s~M. i eathjerston*
will halve to cOnte-t with 'iease
in the seConi1U! ra.
alround cu;r v andu :daear
so fc*inoete that ;t is nups
sie tog sire a posi'' ta1 ement.
For the Serm it tak.' 2:
Ecial court to settle. an1.d it I,
Dossible that a second c wil
ha've to be_- rur. Neither of thc
street. 'i. b: - rendOfl
The first pia:'; V. ;s "':er.
many are relieved t ..:ba.ss
ment as to choice for twe various
otices. Tihe m'.-.r :s no,-: reduc
ed to'a f.. choice a in making
this se:ectio3 eS--ry voter should
exercise sind:U*-,ituai ugment,
there shonlid I no Le given tc
reports. and every :mna-: suonic
feel a report about a candidat
-schich was not 'brouzht to his facE
when-he was goiug overthe coun
ty so that he might explain oi
correct, is unworthy of notice ar
that it is put out to trick the
ple by cnserupulons part:san, 0:
some !or down scab who has beer
harborit.g a gr 'ed or is in thc
pay of somebody. Pay no atten
tu to these measly reports pu
out to injure a candidate whe:he!
he be for governor or av, otiiez
We haye jast received the in:
4ial issue of the AlendaLi Herai.J
*pubhished and edited by; Mr. J.
Earle Bradhorn, and we take
pleasure in saying that he as
gotten out a very presentabie
pp~er for the first copy. It ia
teeming with good tive news arnu
local matter with neat, clean and
spic~y editorials. We wish for out
formier townsman a grea.; o
success in his new tielu ot en
deavor. Mr. Bradham has had
excellent advantages to be a
jonrnalists, he is a graduate o!
Woffirrd, and has had years o!
expere::ce in the school room
anld at the editcrial~ trip..d. Hc
shoci and igie to 'the neC
7i of th:e. ..l..-':ULe se.ctiona
odlive tewspaeri te wl
only stand by him in his eIforts.
The Democratic part:y if it fails
to take advantage of th" schisms
'in-the Renubican rank~s wili no:
desee to wm m the coagressmon
al eiections throughiout the Union
thzis fall. There never was a
greater opportunity for Demo
cratic succes th~an now, if the
Dartv fails this fall with the dis
satisfaction throughout the Na
tion with the taritY leigislation
tnen it nmight as well disband, re
organize and make new align.
* nents: it will be proof conclusive
ly that the leadiership of the Dem
ocratic party is incompetent or
that it has rnot the confidernce ol
the rank and fie, and without
that cordidence there is absoiute
ly no chan~ce for success.
Wanl si:s Dsco~er:.
Wall Street estimates that ap
proximuately $500.000.0YO wih be
spent this year byv Amnericans for
the purchase of automobiles. OYf
this vast sum~ prooaoiy '' p~er
cent.. will be for :nachi::es of do
mestic make. the only forcign:
prodnet in whiich will be rubbcr
for the tires. of which abou:t 87,
000O,000) wiil be used.
It is computed by statisticians~
of New York-s financial district
that half of this outlay -..ould be
sd fors:cek mark2t snecnlation
bn; for thec naio wide craze for
"joy cars." With such an en'or
mzous amount of money dverted:
from sto~ck tradiing channels een
ditions in th~e stree: are now a:L-iu
tothose:hn revaied during the
19C07 panic. In six months there
has bceen a shirinkage of $150,M,
000) in the marke: vau s'cu:ritie
dealt in upn the -tock e:-:cange.
due mrr.vu t; lack of ou.i: 0uo
ful soareec of reriu ac Ui:.--i :
balls and) bers, no la--r : A.bo
with :h2eir ol!d abyu:&.: and :
- bcot a-;2 . e2 r A a .:[' teeth
-professio:-1:.. to whom~. the
1ited p2 .:: , a 're nOoerat
Inl the 'op-: ~o:~ . ek.in t he
spread o. p he a:tonrsb d' id-. ?h
assst-an-o ai baC er ha
ben e'-'.T ::T ren.
rercna:s o'.f the. e ty. ) that
in order to gratify thei appetite
r- machioe this cla%.% is muort
tate. 0etaiaoi eot
tilt- i t- ~~ 'Ica*o -L .,a
wav I: t 4
:aca _iO 4M;'i wVJPc x
:.i&lranOL f :'1'.' !:
oi~~~c I thIxrZsto
:thet:t rot urn ol Oz rt
zh'.4 street ")V,6''' zmune pro
-c t .C-:UUstrv to w ilose d.
o'es.n Tu th : atrb (z!a.Ot n
,d,.a *;CI zzoni- ve.-rs 1Z 0 ur-.1:
onO v te l. in;tC~~'~a. C
aaisOn to wh~elh i t i.s;~
su" Cml 5U r!Z a u'iNmn
1i 1-. ' c . - re~taiurants of t1I:
va-sterl citie's. wh.vh~! hay
in repv. ~al Ustreet*s ik
rnent antent tho div.ersion of :no
(i ere 0! the lartre
wobile 411n!anio.s ti."s wee
"ti e" ai joit int( Lt-,* t'qlewlv
camp iu a Sta1ten' L sv thc
:te DblD?c hiad g1row'i tired
irz-tteriflg away Al; savings
I\VZ il Street -anwbiu~ #!!V. rarel
'rcttd 't anvzhing but ieadach(
* au :somnjia. and had dctcmiih
;x e' se mone %v holesOmCe:
1:c U1 0 its cash~. through the piu,
chease of wachinies that. would ci
able them t.o give enjoyvinent an
; rcreation to otirs as we!ll as 1
,th e M. e 1v e-s.
IThere was a ti me. not so Ion
I' O. wiler it was cof 'entlv alo
.flk,'ved that in. t;ins couitry. V
icas. thie pussessio&o: enoug
I dth incre insured oneas Derson:
libert in; all but the mostec,
trene cae.Encouramed bv nii
Cha:0 ix, made in our criminai
ts:~ tntute-..\~together the epi
S:Mi-. whae,-r its result, cannot
but tend to iduce the pessimistic
- outlook on the future on the part
i of every one who believes that
"te cream (-, society has certain
- e-nahl- righz ts. includinre free
'amtlin 8~(i rapid divorcW. with
- ~ ~ ~ ol th ieupbi ha4'
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain
?dding Swamp News Items.
(se.U!r 7.1ter in 1T'I E.
- '''2: :'afe' t' iry it atgat1.
T - b ' ir: ~.-~i:thr of; t h' pastI
V-S :1os)! V.vic(o4.I Iy- tin'
1,11"fth s seetion wvhose tod
as reatv to be stripped. most
fta" been cured and ,afely
red away for the corn:in year.
e elthat wehave been
W rdtisya by thle
M..os. ;Xmpared with what
t Im S,-etions had to undergo.
t 10; I ur farie:.; have laid by
:-1p tiis year fi.rly clear
tra. ani the cotton
.s 4::o. *es'caliv that
ewii. r 4 e e i V e d top dressing
C, o -oda ''r Iuano. Corn is not as
e goo"d as it semied to be before
odder was taken off the1
sta.. however it will not fall
'Oh:nd the.' average year. I am
.o zriad to report the pea crop
e good in this section. it is bet
ter than for manv years. Our peo
pe are lea'ning the value of the
s pea c rop as a fertilizr as well as
t for foerage. and therefore more
if land is pi.nted for this purpose.
n The tobacco buyers from sev
o eral markets have been in our
section during the past few days
and we wifl be safe in saying
that *iv-- ,ut of ever;six farmers
have solU their tobacco in tne
pac-?.ouse. and they are pleased
a with the prices. Tobacco is one
o of tie leadin-i crons in this sec
tion anc, our planters take great
pride in it. the result being that
aiem tobacco.. is sought after.
The prices have been and are
-yet good. but the seasons in the
t eany part ot the year caused tne
h1 crop to be ht. therefore the
i amaount received per acre gen
:-eraily socaking was about, the
s same as Iast year. Cotton :s
' begnning to open and the boys
s wi!' not have long to rest.
s Miss Maggie DuBose, who has
s ben very il we are glad to re
e) prt is able to be out again.
bI Mis.s Bessie Benton and her
i rother Carl of Ti mmons
vi:I * are visiting relativ'es here.
S An Experience at Hull House.
Even death itsef sometimes fatils to
bring the dignity and serenity which
e one would fain associnte with old age.
~I recall the dyIng hour of one old
aScotchwomn whose long struggle to
"keep respectable" had so embittered
her that her last words were gibes for
those who were trying to minister to,
her. -So you camne in yourself this
morunn. did1( you? You onliy sent
t things. yesterdlay. I guess you knew
when the doctor was coming. Don't
-try to wtarmn my feet with anything but
C) that o d jacket that I've get there; it
belonged to my boy who was drowned
Sat sea nigh thirty years ago, but it's
ewarmer yet with human feelings than
any of your confounded charity hot
water bottles." Suddenly the harsh
gasping voice was stilled in death, and
I awaited the doctor's coming, shaken
-and horrified--Jane Addams In Amer
C lcon Magazine.
C Empt.y Titles.
c Wlliam~ .Jenings Etryan ontcejd
cabout our Americaln fonduess for titles.
~"You a!! know of the coloneL" be
said. "who got his title by inberitance,
having married Colonel Blrown's wi
ow ? But I once met a general who got
his title neither by inheritance, nor by
service, nor by anything you could
'General.' I said to himn. 'how do
K you come bythis title of yours, any
a 'Why, sir,' said he, '1 passed my
e youth in t~jour trade and for twen
ty-seven y~ was a general utiller.'
'"I know another titled 7mn Judge
'Are you. sir.' 1 once asked hin, 'a
tnid States judge or a circuit court
- Iant neither.' he replied. TIm a
judge of hoss racin'.' "
'Fear causes more disease than do
microbes, more deaths than famine,
orQe failures tha.'n panics. It costs
more than war, is always a failure and
ie never necess'ary. said a medical man.
Fear wealken's the heart's action. in
dnces. congestion. invites indigestion.
produces p.oison through decomposing
fcods and is thus the mother of auto
2poisoning. which either directly causes
or greatly aids lathe production of
quit., tin per cent of all our diseases.
"Why: did y*ou taLke Einora away
rmsch'ooi, Aunt Mahaly ?" ald
askedl her cook one: dny. Aunt Mahaly
Caus de teneber ain't satisfaction
ary :uh me'., Mis' Mally. What you
neckonm she tei dait chile y'stidy?' She
-*'Iw dat IV sy~mA four when even a
d ut.'udkCowrd. its'. Istry."say
Not Strong Minded.
a trn: ai- lad:.."
Thr.vu wcould be wrong. I
shou.' '-ather d.'scribe her as brittle
e. :'Ys bee:: giv'.ng Ine pieces of
An Easy Arrangement.
Wi.\:sa I. the::, never to have 7ray
way~ 'i ':ybl.- ilusbland-Ce'r'ai-L
y -.hv.. your way. When we
V-'l10w in;i i the P".-t it .Jury .lrawn;
i serve at fall term of couirt which
Mnven.-s11 September 1,1:
.1 i i)v'on. 'S M R.eardin. S N
iarnse.,. I I) Tha".tes W Chewnin::.
i C )rose. John Brewer. .T T agnal,
i E S-peigner. .; A Itich. L H Griflin.
-rry A Hodre. J W Gibbons. I R
s:gnial. W R Co-krey. C W Hicks. W
Vennis. T P Thaemes. .i1 B1lrogdon.
W Hartlet. .J P Pool. E . Stukes.
A Ridail. H Frank McFadden. T
I Gedding-. Morrom P 1 ran:..
)avid A John!-on, 1I H 1rir::s. J E
)lviS. .1 1 Win am. IUW 0 (iardener.
i M Kra.inoff. W ' Welch. R 1)
chit.. Thoma, Kenedy and .1 H
INDIANS AND BULLETS.
A Sample of the Strenuous Life In
Kentucky Ir. 1777.
In 17-7. while H1arrodsburg. Ky..
v.aLq so beset with Indians that the
Inhabitants were in straits for daily
bread, a young man, only sixteen years
old, made hImself extgemely useful by
venturing out of the fort before day
break and returning with a load of
game after nightfall. This intrepid
youth was James Ray, afterward Gen
One day in the year just mentioned
Ray and another young man were
shooting at a mark near the fort, when
the second man was suddenly shot
down by the Indians. Ray looked in
the direction whence the shot had
come, saw the enemy and was on the
point of raising his rifle when he was
set upon by another band who had
crept near him unseen.
Ie took to his heels and, being a
quick runner, reached the fort amid a
shower of bullets, but the gates were
shut, and the men Inside were so
frightened that they dared not open
them. Finding himself shut out. Ray
threw himself flat on the ground In
the rear of a stump. and here, perhaps
seven steps from the fort and wlthla
sight of his mother, he lay for four
hours, while the bullets of the Indians
tore up the ground on either side of
At last he grew impatient and called
out to the garrison:
"For heaven's sake, dig a hole under
the cabin wall and take me In!"
The men Inside set to work imme
diately, and the brave young hunter
was speedily safe inside the fort.
The Story of the Buried Prize of an
An English buccaneer, having looted
and fired a rich prize, found himself
pursued in turn by a Spanish pirate,
and in order to save his treasure sought
some Isolated shore on which to bury
It ntil the time came to divide the
sp4 wit * followers. So be ran
InDU the Bahama group and, landing on
a low lying strip of sand and palm
ree, cached his plunder and. naming
the place Fortune island. sailed away.
Hle left a number of negro slaves be
bind to guard the buried treasure. and
the present Inhabitants are said to be
descended from these slaves. Tb For
tune islanders believe the old sea rover
never returned for his chest and that
it is still hidden somewhere near the
tide level. It is no uncommon sight
for tourists on the rare occasions when
a steamer stops there to see some half
naked black man digging In the sand.
probably In obedience to a dream or
The natives are halt civilized, exceed
ingy superstitious and very poor and
live mostly on fish and fruit. They
do not..ttempt to plant vegetables. pre
fering to rely on the bounty of nature.
as the fierce hurricanes that sweep the
ahamns soon uproot and destroy gar
dens. The little colony Is huddled to
gether in a collection of squalid huts
that are biown clear away in nearly
every storm and have to be built anew.
The island is nine miles long and a
mile wide at the broadest part and lies
110 miles northeast of Cuba. - New
Surprises In Chinese.
"Some people." said an American
onsul to China. -live as long a~s
wenty years in China and never learn
more than a dozen Chinese expres
ions. But not so my little girl. She
sed to meet me each ev-ening with
some new Chinese expression which
ihe had learned during the day. Now,
the Chinese language. like the Japan
ese. is full of honorifics, and I fondly
magined one evening. when my little
gir1 greeted me with some entirely
aew expressIons, that she was saying
something like this: 'Here comes the
honorable personage, my father.'
"To verify my guess I asked a little
C~hinese boy to translate. At Sirst he
was rather backward, but I urged him
until he finally Wid:
- 'Your excellency, your daughter
says. "Here comes that old n'ooden
baded bottle."' Yes, there are some
rrprises in Chinese."
Not Interrupting at All.
At the piano Mrs. Eaton was guiding
Edith and Edward and Jack through
the intricacies of an old English melo
ly when she became aware that the
twins were adding their voices from
in indiscreet distance and stopped
"Children." she exclaimed, "you are
not allowed to join In the chorus with
Edith and Edward!"
"We weren't." the twins protested,
In slightly resentful tones. "We were
inging something quite different."
A& portable meater had been pltehed
In out of the way spot where the
pro~ectIe theatrical patrons were
nsophistcated in matters dramatic.
The players possessed the costumes
(or "amIet." and Shakespeare's trag
edy wr~s selected for representation.
It then occurred to the proprietors of
t'e show that the name might not at
tract, so they altered the title to "Hlow
the Stepfather Was hI'd Outl"-Lon
He Pleased Her.
"She asked me how old I thought
"'\' bat did you say?"
"Well, 1 perjured myself l!ke a gen
tieman."-Detroit Free Press.
No amount of effort to save the
world can make unt for failure to sac
riilk' for the salvation of your own
little workd.-H enry F. Cope.
Tmy-P'op. whV!at is ak
To"emy's Peopj i.uck. miy sen. is what
!'J:mst whoi hats thte' ''ppor
unity of Iuing'' .sming for am mere
*:n., tbut who' ':nn't sinu --PIhilamdel
A Bsrd in the Hand.
uther hajve Ler-. hui':t.and at homze o
tghts than in the. 11ll ef. i-'ame.-al
Th:i a 'Ia:. nice. fr'ag rant compound
lie I ken'- Arnica Salve will instant
lv relieve a had burn. cut. ,cald. wound
or piles, staggzers skeptit".. iut great
cure. prove it a wonderful healer of the
worst sores. ul-ers, boils. felons, eczema.
skin cruptions. as alo chapped hands.
sprains and corns. Try it. '5e at a1
Tax the Women of Man
ning the Same as
IL-.lt. to at t'end To hotu,.thold d uties
\ith a contStantl achin bLack.
.\ woman J should rot have a had bact.
.\nd she -oultin't if the kidlnvys w(rt
lDoan's Kidney P'ilis make well kid
.\iannin~ womnI should ;,roist by the
follow intr expe'rience'.
%'r-.. Louik .\ishrook. . lain Stree:.
in's.tree. S. C'.. ay-.: "I do not besi
tate to say that ioan', Kidner Pills are
an elcti v rm"eWtiY. a. I have ust-d ' i'n
and the-% have 1in trint ire sat is.fac
t i-n. -'or a lon- , i tme my k itey- Were
-s i-i-h anth -,eCretions from thew
ot ruans were irregular in pas Ia and
filled with sediment. I was also subjec.'t
to headaches :nd pains through my
aoin '. Sice using Doan's Kidney P'ilis
the kidney diliculty has been disposed
of and my back has not pained me. I
have felt much better and stroner in
every way acd I am certain that Doa's
Kidney illIs brought about the great
For saie by all dealers. Price !O cents.
FLoster-.Milburn Co.. Buflalo. New York.
sie aaents for the United States.
IRemember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
All the Inhabitants of the Little Re
public Are Related.
The Inhabitants of .Andorra. the l!ttle
republic which is wedged in between
France and Spain and which has exist
ed sln-e the year 782. are very proud
of their blue blood :nd anclent lineage.
In their eyes a gavache (foreigner) of
any description or natlnality is mere
ly an inferior being. a sort of mush
room upstart In comparison with them
rselves. During 1.200 years they have
continually married and intermarried
to such an extent that at present all
the Inhabitants are practic .i1y cousins.
yet. strange to say. neither their physi
cal, mental nor moral qualities seem to
hare suffered. Both sexes are strong
limbed. broad shouldered. bright eyed.
hardy and long lived, retaining their
hair and their toeth to a gPen 0 ag*.
They are aso keen idtted gnd tade
gent. alert and happy heafted, sober,
Industrious. hospitable and devout.
The feminine Andorran has not a vest
ige of coquetry about her. She Is just
the female pure and simple. She is a
thrifty housewife. a helpmate to her
husband in the must literal sense of
the term-ready and able to trudge off
across mountain and valley besIde him
with a pack of smulnggt-a goods on her
back In tcase otf imeod.-Wltle World
PROMOTED THE COOK.
An Error Made Hi-., a Professor of
History Ia Russe.
Some years ago'. T!:e :;ni':er of! edu
catIon in St. l'et'-rsbutra w's :p;--al~ed
to by telezr:.ih f',r a tcook, to bet lhur
ried to Mt)5ostw. The' .,wra:tortttt his
dashe's and <!o ts :;'i'.td. bu:t by nt-xt
train a mazn airr~ted andu was" ceremIil
ously' conduc'ted toe the university.
where he wtas intrduc-ed to thi.' a :seml
bled faculty anmd students as the new
prtfessor i go.t ry.
ITihe unh y ftellow prtted that.
wh!!e he mnii t Ibe a profte'sser of pots
and p.ans. he ktnew not:hing abotut his
tory. But in Riussia:n ottleial ;fe it is
harder far to correct ain err' r thlanm to
make one. No fo'r several years the cook
has hreld his profestsorshuip. t hough no
one attends his leettures.
Another laughable story 'omes5 from
the Suwalky school for boys. .1t dotr
keeper there w'ho could seareyIi re:.d
or write had grown so untidy and
Islow that he was no longer useful, but
as the headmaster (lid not want to set
him adrift he ptromzoted himu to a teach
er's post and had himw transferred to a
distant school. IHe, too, will be a pro-.
fessor some day.--Moscow Le'tter in
New York World.
Didn't Want It Flattened.
'This story is told of Jerome IK. Je
rome. the humorist. Returning from
abrjad one tIme. he fell Into good com
pany, with the exception of one man,
who was what is known as "a walking
enycopedia.'' This man persisted in
giving al1 sorts of information. it'uch
to the anno'yajce of Mir. Jerome and
others. One morning. ais the travelers
leaned over the rail, admiring the ris
ig sun. the man with the Information
turned to Jhemi and said almost sol
"Gentlemen. If the earth were tiat
teed out the sea would be two iles
deep t'ver the whotle world."
31r. Jeretie turned :around, seemiiig
ly stunns'd. Thien hte ;:rew Indignant.
ande. wa-:lking tover T., The othetr man11.
he said. shiakingi his tin;er menacUltingly:
-I' Lok here. mn:I. if you cat.'h atny
fellow trying to' ltten eout the earth
shoot't himt en then spo't. I can't swim."
London's Town IHeN.
The ;:uil.ibnil is an imiporkint pubAIc
buildiu:: in l...:adon. whlich mayi be re
gard.-d a' Thne t'w~n hlnl. ainid 1is the
plc f :lsSembly of*'I se'veral co urts. as
the' cour': ''f ez..::tcn uei!. the court
of :itdiermnt'. the c'hambterlailn's court
and ai poli.-. .curt ptresided. . vier bcy one
otfl~ :L ld.''emn. rhe c'onstruction of
the bunilin:: was berun in 1411. It
wa pa ~:rtianlly tdestrc'ytd in the great
ire of 1e''4. i'.it ways .cecen restored, and
In 17.: it was- alte'red to its presenut
form:. 'Thue hall p'rope'r is LZe feet in
lenth. -is in: br'adth andl 55 in height.
It hast bee'cn f'amus for centuries for
the :ma:niticnce t'f Its civic fetstsi.
IThe' lirt tit'e it wast' used for this
p turose. w:s in 1-~iw. wvhen Sir John
Shaw. ;ctlsm!'th. who had bceen
knihted '.n the ti'ltd of lisworth, first
gace her.' the' lord mayor's feast.
The Miserabie Villain.
Low qjt'm'dian .After all these ye'ars
Eg::brt has' ait latst su,:'e'id'd in mai~k
n:: hi: with The aundi''e'.
etul.rette-S.. llow .l''es he' dio it?!
ailways play.'d vibn rIIh-T
Low~i C'meiW;. 'TI"hz i-~ in the lhnt anct
of a new jplay the auth 'r allows hi :u
to rpeu't and say. "I've' b.een a iaise'r
ae villain." That confessioni ini
vaiubly brings down the hous'.e.-lioS
The folio;inz Is the ofticial vote so far recei-ed at TimF: ToIx-:s it
ofliCe. and as will be seen it is not complete. The vote for Senator r.
as well as can be calculated at this times gives Appet a majority
of 6 votes. Congress. Lesesne 909. Legare 499. Senator. Appelt I
1. Davis ;I. Representatives. Alsbrook 2.59. Gren 410. Jonesl
i. Mitchum .-7. Plowden 55. Reaves 5%. Richardson 599.
Woods :;29. Whit. 27-. The returns have not been handed to Ti -:1
T;.Ni-:s as promptly as w.- would have liked. therefore what we are
publishing is the best we can do. The Executive Committe will
tabulate tomorrow and every member should be present.
-Cole L. Bea-se.
John T. Duncan. L
- c x ;,- 4;. c ' C. C. Featherstone.d
:F. 1. H att. f
- :Thomas G. McLeod.
Jno. C. Richards. Jr.
*E. Walker Duval!.
-Cha. A. Smith.
- a e e.r..= es, o- xR. M. McCown.C
* :*A. W. Jones. g
* *- * *3 C^N ' TI='!R. H. Jenninvgs.
;Chas. Newnham. -
- J. M. Richardsoni.
" ' J. E Swearingen.
- - B. B. Eyans.
-- J. Fraser Lyon.
4-: -~ ' Jas. Ca iser.
.G. McDuffie Hampton. o
1G. H. Mahon.
- 0. C. Scarborough.
4- J. H. Lesesne.
- Geo. S. Legare.
- . - - ouis Appelt.
W. C. Davis.
4="' J. D. Allsbrook.
-- a o-> - o e,- D. L.(Green.
-. e --: - es Gee R. Jones
x > - C Harvey W. Mitchum.
-- x 0r E. . Plowen.
James Reaves. E
- - x -e.-e o a H.B. Riebardson. Jr.
(Z -- Co e -> I. M. Woods.
-. ~.. J..Bradhamn.
- A. J. Richbor.
- J. . Rcbourg.
D. A. Bradwn.
: ..A. M. CHbbao.
A. P. Rainho.
W. E. Fleinorg
ML. S. Bardic.
If Yor Tim. Wor an W rr Gibbonorth
ed and<.rrond Co- tosell t J.ppula Tprbicle.Wehv
OurSpciatPrce Abou Crunoffee!at
Thgue vhae matter grdo ever side andthsfoee wyuillc
apoue aeahseng ion poney alndoc time l loves fum
overnag ht ltoeasthes cporchin Adayhs. shikget u
Getou Tiet or This Wporrynisty. t
Co m netSaing Nw
sema eabrs we haneid to copete uno re of pimach
atg rafud Couees. oh;ee and oasetlyd.~e
OuHEca ParNheG anRound Cofe at
Get rvNext. o Thi Oportniy. V
ihe Executive Committee will me-e4
i he Court House tomorrow. Thur.
ay. September tirst. to tabulate the
;turn of election. By order of
A. .. RICHBOURG.
.1. M. WINDHAM.
'TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
,ei Mercant!!v Company. l'iaintiff
:Ulen Harvi. Ellen E:Izabeth Harvin.
Sarah Francis Harvin, Culia Linnie
Tea Harvin, Winnie Fred Harvin,
and Rucker Proctor Harvin. Defend
Copy Summons for Relief.
'0 the Defendants. Ellen Harvin, El
len Elizabeth Harvin. Sarah Francis
Harvin. Culia Linnie Tea lHarvin.
Winnie Fred Harvin and 1-ucker
You are hereby summoned and re
uired to answer the :omplaint in this
Ction, of which a copy is herewith
erved upon you. and serve a copy of
our answer to the said complaint on
he subscriber at hib ofice in Manning.
larendon County, S C.. within twenty
ays after the service hereof: exclusive
r the day of such servIce: and if you
Lil to answer the compiaint within the
ime aforesaid, the plaintiff in this ac
ion will apply to the Court for the re
ef demanded in the complaint.
'o the defendant Rucker Proctor Nar
You will further take notice that the
ummons and Complaint in the above
ction were filed in the office of the
lerk of Court of Common Pleas for
larendon county. South Carolina, on
be 31st day of August. A. D.. 1910.
6t. Plaintiff's Attorne
Dated, Manning. S. C., Aug. 31,1910.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Pro
ate for Clarendon county, on the
th day of September. 1910. for letters
t discharge as guardian for Honey
Ioyd. formerly a minor.
W. J. TURBEVILLE,
Turbeville, S. C., August 1. 1910.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Pro
iate for Clarendon county, on the
2nd day of September. 1910, for Let
ers of Discharge as Executor of the
state of Andrew J. Tindal. deceased.
W. SCOTT HARVIN.
M4anning, S. C.. Auguist 20. 1910.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Pro
ate for Clarerdon county, on the
2nd day of September, 1910. for Let
ers of Discharge as Executor of the
state of William H. Gaillard, de
EDWARD F. BURROWS.
Providence, S. C., August 20. 1910.
YOCR~ RUTABAGA\ AND
TURNIP SEED NOW
At 35c. per Lb.
We handle only the very best
Seed-Buist's or Ferry's. We
prove they are fresh by growing
them on cotton right before ye
This is Turnip planting time.
Order them no.w. by mail or by
Drugs and Seeds,
H. C. McKELVEY,
To or From Depot. z5c.
Use the 'Phone.
urnished for White and ciered. We
re also dealers inali kinds of Furniture.
C. W. EVANS. Mgr.
SUMnlERTON. S. C.
TRY THE NEW
For votur next ord:er. FEverv
thing new. fresh and( c-leau:
jUst ene. aj
~10UZON'S OLD STAND
Yu:r or-der will receive care
fail and promnpt attet:in and
will be highly ap)reciated.
FI!'. and complete e
TAPLE AND FANCY
P. B. .\QOLZ(N. PRO'.
LRANT'S DRUG STORE
Fhe Licensed Druggist.
Sells in Everything
MRU6S and MEDICINES