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One square, one U .1. eacb subequCnt in
sertln. So cnta- Obttuaries and Tributes of
keapect eharid for as regular advertiemena.
Liberal Cotracts made for three, six ad teh
(uc~OnS =us% be a eompaw1t'a by thbe
maI and adress of the writtr in order Z
No .o-uaneation ot a pesonai characer
wil be ubtlse excep as advertisecnt.
Ifntwe az -he.Postomce an Manrc S IS
on C matter.
BE FAR TO CANDIDATES AND PEOLE.
The first primary is over, and
the official figures show the
second race for governor will
have to be between Hon. Cole
L. Blease of Newberry and Hon.
C. C. Featherstone of Laurens.
We confess our disappointment
at not again having the privilege
to vote for Hon. Thomas G. Mc
Leod in the second race, but such
is the fate of politics, and we must
be content therewith. The fact
that the gentlemen now before
the people to be voted for in the
second primary, have received
such a large vote is, in our judg
mentenough to convince the aver
age man that the people at large
have confidence in these men,
and that they stamp with dis
approval the attempts of indi
viduals, newspapers, organiza
tions and other sources, to dis
parage either either of these two
candidates. The masses will re
sentat the polls any effort to Drej
udice unfairly the minds of the
people against either candidate.
Certain newpapers have al
ready begun a warfare upon can
didate Blease by intimating he
is a bad man, without spifn 1g
wherein he is bad: they .:ould
have the people believe that
Blease is without standing and
character, and totally unfit for
the position, and that Candidate
Featherstone is especially built
for the place. THE TnEs does
not expect to take a partizan
postion in this contest for ob
vious reasons, at the same time,
it will give expression of its
opnion as to the methods now
being employed to encompass t4
defeat of either candidate.
So far as qualification for the
is concerned, the masses
ve aready expressed its opin
ion by giving Messrs Feather
stone and Bl a handsome
vote in the first primary, more
votes than they gave to all the
Sother candidate; this fact alone
abudopen the eyes o? the prej
- anioea and teach them not to
sbecome extreme in their expres
igstowards the. man they
2would have defeated; if Blease
.As abad man, be square with the
~people and come out boldly and
show wherein he is bad, do not
deal in simple assertion, because
~the people at once ask themselves
yCwhy it is if this man Blease is
23bhe bad man they paint him, how
ud it that he is always endorsed
-by his home people, and the peo
ofthe adjoining counties?
;y is it that he received more
votes in Featherstone's home
coiunty than did Featherstone,
anwhy is it that Feathersone
has never succeeded in securing
amenramaent from the people
~of his county although he has
tried more than once? These
~q~stsusare bound to come up
wbnattaks are being made by
ztoupporters of Featherstone,
we say, those who are opposed
tGBlease have a right to be, but
...fthey are really friendly to
e~atherstone they will resort to
m4ie tactics towards his oppo
*ntthan they are pursuing at
7UStime. It is our judgment the
Sof Featherstone should
w up that gentlemnan's good
do without applying the mud
to Blease;wetell them now
-they continue th'-r present
of warfare, ami Feather
-is defeated, he will be jus
*m praying the Lord to
save him from his friends. The
aes will not stand for mud
Eainxging, and those who indulge
Sait will Enad it is a boom-er
-ang. Anything appearing in a
newspaper which has the smack
* nfairness is resented, there
when a newpaper says a
is by character unfit to
ye the confidence of the peo
it is incumbent upon that
per to give a good strong,
bstantial reason for such a
assertion, unless it does,
effect will be to the injury
ofthe candidate that newspaper
:The result of the first primary
cooked up a dish of crow for
4.tain newspapers, especially
the great dailies of the State,
and the discerning masses are
amnased at their expression
they gulped down the
. the effort to ' change the
e to a personal one in our
'on comes with ill grace from
newspapers as The State.
use that newspaper fought
therstone hard by making di
-charges of inconsistency
'him, and for- it to now at
to raise a hue and cry for
ne that he is alright
be apotent force in the1
rimary, if we had a~
n the management of
rstone's campaign the.
ye we would make would
plead with The State to:
good roads, tariff, and
subje6 - , anythmng else
o'ht now on hand. it:
i its editorial columns
views on lhi speeches.
eat hunter Roosevelt is,
been making in the
on every other concikvabl- sUo
ject except IFOatlierstone. it
witil adopt this su gestion the
real friends of Col. Featherstone
will not 1ave to go aoi)Out Ipolo
gizing for him 1-ause of The
To tio voteors 4' iiis uitY
We wo uld saIV 1at it woad be
improper for us to Occute
partisan for (ither c.ndidatc for
governor. we shall vote for on
of them but will ofTer no sug
gestion to our readers. they are
in as good position to judge
which they will vote for as we
are, Blease is the man who advo
cates Local Option and Feather
stone advocates Prohibition.
The news of Hon. 0. C. Scar
borough getting into the second
race for railroad commissioner
was received here with great re
joicing. and THE Ti.iFs editor:
planned to take an upcountry
trip in Mr. Scarborough's inter
ests but our hopes were dashed
to pieces when the later news
came that the report was an
error.and our friend Scarboroughi
is not in the second race. The
race for railroad commissioner
will be between Hampton and,
Cansler and we sincerely hope
the voters of Clarendon will cast
their votes for the man best
suited to the position. and not
through any sympathy they may
have for one who has been a
standing candidate. Hampton
is a civil engineer by profession.
has had experience in railroad
building and is well qualified forI
the place, besides he is the son
of Gen. Wade Hampton which
should be enough to cause the
voters to think well before they
cast a ballot for sympathy or in
the nature of a joke. As much
as we regret the failure of Mr.
Scarborough to get in the
second race we would regret
still more to have the memory
of Wade Hampton ignored in a
contest where it is conceded that'
the young mar, who oears his
honored name is fully and esi
pecially qualified for this posi
tion. We hope Clarendon will
vote for Hampton.
As to the Governor the people
are fully informed who they
shall vote for and they w;!l take
their choice without givmg the
slightest heed to all manner of
reports. The time for charges;
against a candidate was when
he had an opportunity to answer
on the stump. reports and
charges coming at this time
should be ignored.
Moore of Barnweli candidate
for Adjutant and Inspector Gen
eral is a good man to give your
votes to next Tuesday.I
Beware of Ointments for catarrh that contain
as mer-cury w-.ll surely destoy 'he sense o. %mel1
and completely derange the whole syte when
entering it through the mucous surf aces. r-uch
articles should never be used ex'p pon pre'-rip
tions from reputable r'.4scia~. as the~ damage
they will do is ten rold to the good you car. po.i
sibly derive from them. Hair. Catarrh Cure,
mauactured by F. J. Cheney a Co.. Toledo. 0..
conai.ans no mercury. and is taken internally.!
acting directly upon the blood and mucous sr
aces of the system. In buying Hair'. Catarrhl
Cure be sure y-u gtet the genuine. 11is i'.ke
internally. and made in Toledo. Ohio. 1.y F.J
Cheney .: Co. Testimonil-' fre.
Sold by Drugglsts, price %3c. per bot'-.
Hall' Famly P.lls are the be."..
Following is the Petit Jury drawn
to serve at fall term of court which
convenes September 19:
J R Dyson, S M Reardon, S NI
Banes, RD ThameRW Chewning,'
J C Drose. John Brewer, J T Bagnal,
B E Speignaer, J A Rich. L B Griffin.
Harry A H, J W Gibbons. I B
Basnal, W R okrey, C WHicks, W
S Dennis, J P Thames, J B Brogdon,
C W Bartlet, J P Pool, E L Stukes,
G A Ridgil, H Franik McFadden, T
H Geddings, Morgan P Strange,
David A Johnson, R H Briggs. J3
Davis, J H Windhamn. W 0 Gardener.,
31 M Krasnoff, W P Welch, R DI
White, Thomas Kenedy and J1 H
SECOYD WEEK PETIT JCI1oRs.
WV E Felder. Suimmerton.
H 0 Gibbons, Turbeville.
Robt T Holladay, Manning. R F D.I
J3 R Griffin, Pinewood.
$ WV Thig n, Manning, R F 1D.
J R Hill, ville.
D 31 Robinson, Turbeville.
H S Green. Turbeville.
H J Ross, Remini.
John H Ham, Lake City, R F D).
E 0 Rowe. Summerton.
B W DeeChamps., Pinewood.
Julian Weinberg. Manning.
R T Harrington, Manning, R F D).
0 (i Keels, Summerton.
J CBryant, Manning, RFID.
Julius S Davis, Davis Statiou. R F
M1 L Blicks, Turbeville.
WV D Childers, Forestonx.
C R Touchberry, Summetrton.
T H Timumons, Manning.
S H Adams, Lake City. R. F D).
J O Lowder,. Jordan.
WV M Hodge, Paxville.
H V Haley, Wilson, R F D.
James F McElveen, Lake City. RF
T B Mims, Pinewood.
WV H Baker, New Zion, R F D.
R D H!odge, Alcolu, R F D.
C TDinleSummnerton, R F D).
J rd uham, Summnertonx. R F|
M1 L Dennis. Turbeville.
WV 3 Buddin, Jr. Turbeville, R F D).
H B Billups, Summerton.
John C Hodg'. Alcola, R F D).
A J Wingate, Manning.
Notice is hereby given that the next
exammatic-e to enable teachers to quial
ifv by securing cet~cts will be
held at the Court House in.\anning
Friday October 2"h, beginniniz
romtly at 9 o'clock a. mn. A!! should
make'th'orough preparation for thin as
it is the earnest desire of the County
Esard to raise the sand~ardia of r0:i
Co. Sur: .
Under a resolution of the iloard~ of
Diretors of The J. 3M. Bradhamn C.om
oanv. a mzeeting of the Stockholders
ofsaid Company is heeby c-alleri to be
hed. a: the ottice of said Company a'.
Mannimg, S. C.. on Thursday-. 'he r.h
of Serntember. 191'). a:. 12 o'ic .M.. to
conser an increa-m of :he S:ock o! :ihe
Company to an amount :no' . -w..a'!:
iht Thousand Doilars.
Se- an d 'T'rea
Mr. Blease To The People.
Expresses His Thanks For Magnificent Vote
Stands for Economical and Business-Like Admin
istration of the Government. and Promises.
if Elected. to be Governor of all the Peo
ple. Sounds Warning Against False
1 outicial Adverti.::ent.
To tho Democratic Voters of South Carolina:
The (lties VOU gave ue1 in the first priilarv w-r,- surheint <
Place m1e In the second rave. for the luie.- af ( uvernar. 1 e:uoiit tx
press to you inI words how dteepiY :r:it.-ful I in I.) vm 1fr this Ii vi
dencei of coinidenii4.c' in ii'. .\V friends in UeverY (o)untv in thw Statt
have bel-n ve'rv active in myv behalf. and i believe thv feel as I do
that the ight I amn liiaking is iot Situply onme to elect tme ( Io erll
of South Carolina. but that it is a blattle for the neoph' anti thil
I have expressed invself clearlv :all over the State onl oii f th<
issues ot interest to the people. and have endeavored in this caill
paign to nake finane:! and educational clu'ln tho principai mIat
ters for sU:cussion. I stand for an economical and inesslike ad
ministration of the government of the State. and will always favo
saving the money of the taxpavers wherever it can be done with
out detrihent to the progress of South Carolina. The most hupor
tant question, as I Conceive it, before the people of South Carolina,
is for the State so to conduct her business aiTairs that the taxpay
ers may not b- constantly drained iii Or(ier to eirich any special in
I fee" that my long experience as a lawyer. niv services as at
tornev for the city of Newberry. Iny administration as mayor o
that town. the information that I have .ained as a member of ti
House of Representatives for six years and of the State Senate foi
four years. and as president pro. ten. of that body for two years,
my services on the State Dernocratic Executive Comnuittee foi
twelve years. the success that I have had in the management of In%
own affairs, and the knowledge that I have of the people and (on
ditions in every county of South Carolina. will enable ie to per
form the duties of the high oftice of Governor to the best interest:
of the people at large.
I have made a clean. honorable, straightforward campaign
making no tight on any nan, but seeking election oni my own iner
its and record. I have had no special interests backing me. bu!
have had to depend entirely upon the principles for which I stood
the people who favored those principles and the support of in.
personal friends. I e p-ect to continue my campaign as I have con
ducted it so far. without appeals to prejudice, without seeking t<
disparage any man who has opposed me. The returns from th(
first primary show that I have carried my home town and count'
over all my competitors by a splendid majority. I have led in the
counties of Lexington. Saluda, Union and Fairtield. whic- adjohr
ry home county. In the county or Larence. where my opponent
Hon. C. C. Featherstone resides. I have also led. I was the leadel
in almost half of the counties of tile StatQ.
I take 'his method to warn the people against unfoundet
charges an-' false statements which may be rnade between elecc
tions. when there is no opportunity to rely. aLnd when these charges
if true, would have been made during the progress of the camnpaign
I believe that I will win in tile second election, but I re-aliz<
that in order to do so. I must have the help of the peopie, and tha
my friends must be active in my behalf. 1 am sure that this tile:
will do. as evidenced by their loyalty heretofore. If elected I wil
be the Governor of the whole people. I will stand for thle best in
terests of Southl Carolina. strive to hiava- en forced fairly and jmnar
tially her laws, and do all in my powxer to prounote tih' iinoral an<
educational welfare of her citizenishiip.
(COLF L. BLEASE.
Newberry, S. C., Septemnber -1. 1910.
Featherstone At Home,
i 'ol itical .\mer: kemnent. I
Laurens. S. C.. September 1st. 1910.
It having come to our notici' that rumors to tihe conitrary are
current. we. the undersigned citizens and business men of the Cit:
of Laurens. desire to bear testimnony to the morai character. b~usi
ness ability and integrity of C. C. Featherstone.
Having known him in business and sociallyv for oiver t wenty live
years. we beg to say that lie is a :ar. of cap~acity. of correct habhits
of a high sense of hionor. whose word is as g'ood as a bondi. an<
whose ideals renresenlt the highest and best typ~e of citizenshi~p. 10
is progressive, public-spirited and loyal to all thlat lie believes to bU
true. He has worked iiis way up in spite of the handicap of mod
est pc(uniary entiowmenlts by then practice- of perserveraince. in
dustry and self-education in the school of experience. The bireatl
of scandal can annoy but not besmirch a record such as hi:4.
To cour.teract tihe gross injustice thiat sotue would do himn. wi
feel called upon to bear witnecss to facts whereof we knowv. We. hi:
neigrhbors. know nothingr andi ar'e satistied there is nothing agains
his habits. character or staninlg that would iunake bh anm unworth
occupant of theL responsible ixisitioni to which lhe aspires. We an
satisfied, that if elected lhe, will always 'ond~uct hiiniself in such:
way as to reflect (credit upon hirnself, his faunily. his county and th
WN. A\. WATTS. Pr'esidenut of I 'a.ople's .( i*I1.s~ i~ i~i j
IroaL anid Exchange llank.
(). H. SI~MMONS. Pre%.. of! ilankz of v .(I~\Yi! ue-ia.wte(
N. B. DLAL. Pres.. of En:erpri-e Dank.(il\I-I iLI!-ko
J. .1. PLI'SS. P'res.. of P'almettoi isank
C. W. Tr'NE. Sec.. and Trea i.. Lau- ~ li-~: a~o'i -':~ I:
rens Trui.' nowt Co.ufi
D. .\. D.\ VIS. i 'resie. of Ilavil;-.-' 'in j) ~ II'i nm~ ::~
per: ('o. hu'r-:jVaV-r
H.k~~ K.. EN. of the Laureuns IDru? i ' ..'aIu-' Ihi-kz: !:ua
t- E. .\H of S i.~yson, i a'oer
~tii!Chi'?ianeh~iac't' ia lon.( JC. l-N W.i-r'Eza ' SO ..tonr
'l'lt(''!l't lt'itTa''.aIt'I. IhatW . Ih' . ra (eGH EE .'atr f Fit \!ei-Fhr'
M. F. Chrch Souh. f' iiur-ni' Si. churh. F- a-~r-arnoah'n
'1'hat ~ii.' h:L~t- seril in? lnt' ~.iitaa ye Ia' Hua-. - i nown hi'pr
"tiait :o aii~.'id~t'r.,fourihara tir o a lly for-zn v aar v a lear . hri
l. '.I.lTmH . ubF.!'. oastrrof Firrt H.
1'lat t.-Ia~liteU ur iit'a- yer'. onua!!y frt hree'l y-iearS.'.a iha
~I.F. thr'h. out. - u'ra'ar-'.-m itria et :' *hur. Iraz e knownli 'ar
f'.zr "'' ran a-mat-: : ytt- y.r :ar !I *ear 'y endra e :-- Wae
J.aC OWINGF' if Owin. iob . 'i'I e'. X it 1t'*i'
aw Ch~ritian char atera! ofHo. C1 I! ~ . i'. Featherston
Therfr. heR , itreole . at we MOS. th.'ad0 steard ofeIir'
.1. Church.SouRt. ofLurn. S...of which .1.r. throneIS .
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'PHONE, 60 . .
STATE OF SOUTH CAROUINA
COt of Clarendon.
IN t'>RT OF COMNPLEA!
. Nava Gutano Coinpoany. a opor:
-N.2 -V3a' u
tion under the latws of the- State
-North CarolinaL. PlainltifT
Evanl ;.W1kn iad|. WV. ISile
and M. V. Hselden ais ainr
saidl Evan L. Wilkins, D)efendant:
1*NDEl-R AND BY VIRTUE ()F
Jude-nient Order of the Court of Cov
7110n Pleas. inl the above stated a,
tions. to ine directed. bearing datet
A pr:l 15,. 1914). 1 will sell at pul
lie auction, to the highe.-t bidder, f(
cas~h, at Clarendon Cou rt H ousew.
MannIling'. in said county. within tl
legal hon rs for judicial -Zales, onl Moj
day, the :3rd day of October, 1911
be-intg salesday, thie following- descril
ed real estate:
"All that certain piece, parcel<
)tract of land, lying, bein- and sit i
)ate in the County and State ator,
7said, containing seventy-two (
acres, more or leps, and bounded
follows. to-wit: -North by lands of 11
P. Baker; East by land-t of R.I
.Morris: Southi by lands of W. P. R
ker. and Robert Baker, and West ii
lands of W. F. Johinson.
Ali that certain piece, parcel 4
traLct of land, lyig, being and biti
- sid1ad contiin one. %1r hnfdr
~Ae OFe SOUTH yOAdROLest
Te(' JrmT Oethr cah. ba la
aoeend twufo ea. the ardtpri
- o e the ae of to~. dra
tert roina of aile:t s
a rurtgae ofthe reniesso
whLni.. i bond and orgag sall Sjr
atorev' fe. in cad'aso the failu.
JugeOdrof the Coak-rrherof toCo!a
when de an in ce bof ted ap
tiuenttofinttornected. boarent date
Apih the priie wil thella pua
Pi urchaions to tiay hirs bider. f
cash. t Cla e.dri. GAur Mose.
:ari.insei:d ot'red. wi'in ty
Caoune trddy of Octenobe.11
D.in H.Talery PtitloingdT ci
trctofland, in, binnan Mus Re
atimin thlsountym and Pret at<
a Dcremoe or Forecadlouned
'fJudoretwt Nor fthe d Cort
Pc . toer iet ed, eari: dR
MoSptrrber Sord, 1b1y lad ofl .eP.l
k er.forndash.et larendo WCt
.andofu-. F. .Innin.i ai on
All thatcrt piece, parcel rc
tranto ad, lyi;. being and sitinl
County teoCountarndn State afor
said.a contiining one hundrat
(hr10nn"::;. acres. h es n ound
afoos toii: Oh North by panl
.hAgharook ndon a. eOplar
on thead Est by land. lofla:
linde Iondte South bv land, of esA
ofe Ms Sbra Fminga.Tomrfu
decribesai Oetrc , aandefee
Snae a to Yerte credA. M.ood
-tlt- Purchae oay o raw.
teretfrm te. B. ofA sal atE.
jScred rybon o tharchd er Coun
Sa ote of Soth ari sol
haid-l boeni and .\.t Le all Ex
ttor of ad i Trse.. ondf the fal:a
Wt il and etinents of Mthe- e
od eceall Pcaintt.
Loui-a iobin *o . I:a. ea G;'& oE.
<'atryEljy obiarnon. W~
D.lHn. ra ber .laintin .ri
.lihnso. ~'Lucy .lohnson and .reo
Mienry.hn, n Defendant
U NDlER AND) BY V'IRTU'E <>F
.Judgtent < rder of t he C ourt o
:uoon Pleas. iorh ('arnoe ('ta
' a Septernber :rd. 110. I will sel
lUaiautiot the highest bidrfo aho o
day. therd asy af <clanonr A.o
oth-'utHs at Ma ni ont.
-ai 'ntwithin the leletal hot ui
Sfollr jniia es rih'lea festawnge:
"All that piece. parcel or trae:
land. lyin:. being and .-ituat- in I:
' viit v of Paxvllen. Carend' co
- St~ frsaid. bai ing '1:w: ety a
taehr--. mr--o lest. ands IOundted
A1 l. .drod; Eaband-nA iofmrps.
ina die!1 ath v land W. Rwat
tlaa!- ond Whe'Sit y lan- of .\Al
W'o;er. aind lan., W. . Mc. arwick
Puare'ha-er to pay for papies.
E.'' i'(a'M )N. tiML...
ABOUT YOUR SUIT!
Y <>l ruy 1,- s -touhy"inll;ar to> the i<>oks, r1aake
:und lit of 'y 0111 Suit as you please and sti1l you can
.o hai pteticular folks in mfind when we hand our
n ts i.
Note the hang of Coat. the perfect titting collar and
larels. the handsome shoulders. the grace of the Trousers'
Th. <ieignfling. cutting and tailoring were all done
by the iiost high salaried experts.
Thi patterns and colorings of the fabrics are entirelv
OUR SUITS AT $15.00 AND $20.00
a re r,-mzark .a bh- vaiUe's -rernIarkab~ blefr all round~ gbood-i
Coup. - Sir. xith a!! your Suit desires and we-l
s.-- ti at , ur :tirt ,tisied-yes. more-pleased at every
Mens' Suits from $6.50 to $30.00.
Boys' Suits from $2.50 to $12.00.
J. Chandler Clothing Co
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We. the County Democratic Executive Committee, do certify the above
#abulation to be true and correct. Touis Apelt is declared t-he nominee for the
Stat.- Senate: Harvey W. .itchum for the House of Representatives is declared
noiunated.: J:-:ne- .. Windbam for Judge of Probate: L. L. Welis for County
Treasurer: Andrew P. Burgess for Auditor, are also declared nominated.
The following are the nominees for Magistrate: Manning. D. J. Bradham:
Paxville, .1. A. Brown: New Zion. W. E. Fleming:Summerton. A. J. Rlichbourt:
f Pinewood. C. M. Huggios: Foreston. J.. .. I1ichbourg.
There not having been an election for Magistrate at Turbeville. no candi
date receiving a majority. and .1. P. Turbeville and D. M. Beard being the two
hi~rhest. they will be balloted for in the second primary.
A The four highest candidates for the House of Representatives to be voted
for in the second primary which takes place September 13th. 1910, with the
same managers acting. are James lteaves. E R. Plowden, H. B. Richardson, Jr.
and D. L. Green. Voters will vote in second primary for two Representatives.
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'- . , . . . - .
2 Cole L. Blease. I
ohn T. Duncan.
d . . -.- - . . .
d'' ... Col . eaeste.
d- - F. C. Hatrt. ,. I
te --'z- Thomas (G. McLeod.
- ~ _ Jno. (G. Richards, Jr.
n 3--..- -. E. Walker Durrudl.
- - 'i-- Chas. A. Smith.
iti- - --- -~J -. C-- -~-- _____
- e t.2. R. M1. McCown f
x A J o n e - .
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....... ...SUMTER. S. C.
STATE OFSOUTH CAROllNA,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Levi Mercastile Company. Plaint;i%~
Ellen- Harvin. E!Ien Elizabeth Harvin,
Sarah Francis Harvin. Culia Linnie
Tea Harvin. Winnie Fred Harvin,
and Rtucker Proctor Harvin. Defend
Copy Summons for Relief.
;To the Defenda-nts. Ellen Harviu. E.!
len Elizabeth Harvin. Sarah Francis
Harvin. Culia Linnie Tea Harvin,
Winnie Fred Hlarvin and Rucker
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in this
action, of which -- copy is herewith
Iserved upon you, and serve a copy of
your answer to the said Complaint on
the subscriber at his office in Manning.
Clarendon County, S. C., within twenty
davs after the service hereof: exclusive
ot'the day of such service: and if you
fail to answer the complant within -the
time afo ";ad, the plaintifT in this ac
tion will itply to th~e Court for there
lief dm ed in the complaint.
To the defendant Rucker Proctor Har
You will further take notice that, the
Summons and Complaint in the above
Clek o CutE S.mo Cla o
STATE OF SOUTH CAROINA,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
ALron Ferantcis pn. Plaintiff
Sarh Francis, Hin Curanien
T'ea Jones, soies cared alin,
Copy Summons for Relief.
To TheAbemd Defendants.ElnHr:u.
You are hereby Sum moned and re
quired to answer the complaint in this
action, of which a copy is herewith
served upon you, and toserve a copy of
y-our answer to the said complaint on
tsusbra his oftice in Manning.Ca
i l'ndoa ony .C, within twenty dy fe h
dasarteservice hereof: exclusiveoftedyo
othyofsuch service: and if you fi oase
I alt wrthe complaint within the~lieaoe
tiesosaid, the plaintif in this aclla
p iwl~py to the Court for the re-ifdmne
iifdaddin the complaint. .
T he defendant, Ruohe Francis, Har
Yotilute ake notice that the Cmlit nti
action were dfviled in the otlice of. the
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas for
Ciarendon Ccounty, outhe tharli.so
th tday of Au 191..AD.19.
Gt. Paintis Attorney.
Daed randin Cance1190
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paossage antifs.dnne tsalb
Ch uofy perono esn s
ing oroperaing uo Rnyofthe
auo obileofankind rcaatr
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ou are herebuy aund sandlre
opeirae tui andsmnar the anis
son, ofhc arpry cop srewnlaw
sere fon y po ndo en to seruncpyo
ayuhvceo anywerfto he saidcoplinto
at ~hes own ofi Manning St Careate
lia.e withiee thawen mias afer hur
toerunc anyof uchc uveil o thea o
sucnterveion if yo ftr::il to ansur
ah conrofainy witreen t aoreate
ateofd, e th aifin tiems an willur.
pny peon or fron the rune eaneuc
iet th outpain:.t w rmr
aecntin ::.hat cahe Cofmavlatin thi
tepiion s ofsldi the odiace or
Caer of them, the permon vi~ orai:
saeno anty. ohe hle thirbjecrt
doa! of nout mo19 ha10..0 o
or not more ain tirt'das ntor le
Setin O.Thtdi rnance
paTO GLT H Oriane UNnsit OF
ThrdEnanc bO. Tu!HE TOWN OeF
Ratitlodind ay: thi- Mt ay and
egulmbr o\.i 1semie1 ad y"-i
thoerk of Counc:Sayr
S cti s in Tha tingdate h
DRUsGohS andluMnEitcl E
in o oaeraain in The Wofld.