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Ii APPELT. Editor.
NNING. S. C.. SEPT. 14. 1910.
NED EVERY WEDNESDAY
a .......... ................ .... 0
squar-. one tune. Kt: each Subsequent in
50 cent. Obituares and Triontes or
charged for as regular advertisee.
nt ae made for three- six and twelve
sca&1om jaunt be acompanlted by the
a#me and address of the writer In order to
ammunicuon of a persona character
be vabaihed except as an adver.sacent
ntared at %hePstaoce at Manning as See
COLUMBIA STATE 010 IT 4
Aided and Abetted bY
5HE NEWS AND COURIER.
Featrstone, Good Man That He
is, Should Fray to be Deliv
ered From his Friends.
OLE L. BLEASE WINS
The reports from the election
over the State shows that Hon.
Cole L. Blease has been chosen
Governor by-a majority of about
4,000- Moore is elected Adjutant
and Inspector General, and
Hampton elected Railroad Com
-insioner. This report is made up
from about 90,000 votes received,
itis thought that the full vote
exceed -100.000 and that
s majority will increase.
In- the county the reports from
lbe various clubs are not com
plete, but enough has come in to
show that James Reaves and H.
-M Richardson, Jr., are the nom
inees for the House by safe ma
The vote in Clarendon so far as
d from is as follows:
For Adjutant General. ,
~Rihardson...... ... ......25
For Railroad Commissioner.
t nssler. ...............659
Hampton. ......... 623
1brP House of Representatives.
L. Gxeen.............. 662
E. E. Pldwden........704
James Reaves.. -.$.---.-89
SH.-B. Richardson, Jr.. .. ..870
7For Magistrate at Turbeville.
Mh.D.Beard... .. ... ....13
3 . P. Turbeville... ...... ..150
" "%ill be seen that the report
of the State ticket in the county
-i very incomplete, a number of
clubs only reotdthe Gover
-nors and the Leisatve ticket.
- LINE DEnm~AaIr HURRAH!
The election in Maine last
-Monday to the country at large is
ceived in man >years, and to the
..Ap~bl~T~.tya shock that
will paralyze it. For the first
time in thirty years Maine has
elected a Democratic governor,
and not onily so it looks as if the
Democrats have captured the
legislature and a United States
Senatorship. It was a regular
cyclone for the Democratic
party, there was also several
congremen captured in the
great sweep. This Mine elec
tion has the Republican leaders
up a tree, even President Taft
and ex-President Roosevelt were
knocked speechless by the shock
of a' rock-ribbed Republican
State turning turtle and aligning
itself with former enemies. The
significance of this repudiation
of the Republican leadership is
plain; the masses are tired of
,..~eet condition and are de
minding new men, the moss
lbr-who have been running
things to ruin must be relegated
to the rear, andg~ oung, active,
fresh blood put in charge of
affairs, the same condition exists
in the ranks of the Democratic
party and some day we will
wake up to tind a shock too.
Maine is not in sympathy with
the Democratic party but it has
been boss-ridden so long that it
would stand the chafing no
longer. The National leaders
could not have been informed of
the conaitions in Maine, and they
rested content in the contidence
they have enjoyed for the past
thirty years, therefore they gave
no attention to that State, but my
"what a difference in the morn
ing," the jingling of the ice in
pitcher is a welcome sound to
those who have a dark brown
taste which always follows such
a bitter disappointment.
We are now of the opinmon
that the Republican party will
demand the leadership of Theo
dore Roosevelt to take the party
out of the mire it is now in. and
he will be the nominee for P-res
ident of the United States. The
action of Maine, and the strongt
probaibility of a Democratic con
gress, will force the Repubiicans
to put forward their strongest
man, re-adjust their platform
of principles, and even with
all of that we do not believe
they can prevent the (electioni
of a Democratic president un
less the Democrats themselves go
crazy and by some foolish move
ment lose that which they have
SHub Evans was defeated for the
Thcre are numerous inatters
which will be brought to the
ittention of the general assem
bly at its coming session, among
them will be the game and fish
aws that were hastily enacteNd
last winter. these nust be modi
ied and amended so tha* they
an be enforced without robbimngr
the people of their natural
rights All agree that it is nec
ssary to have some law which
will protect the game and tish
but the laws now upon the
statute books are not at all sat
isfactory and they should be
overhauled early in the ses ion.
Then our tax problem is giving
much concern, how there can be
a change made which will bring
bout a more equitable ajustment
of the manner of making tax re
turns so that property can be
placed on the books in a just and
fair manner is a problem that
will be hard to solve.
There is too much money
going to waste everywhere. in
every department there should
be a means found that will put
the government on a more busi
nesslike basis: it is a serious
matter now all over -the State.
taxes are constantly going high
er and yet the salaries of the
officers do not increase. at the
same time it is evident a leak
exists and it must be found. The
educational institutions are
draining the public treasury
these must tind a way to be run
at less expense. it is sincerely to
be hoped that the new adminis
tration can point out a way
which will guide our legislators
into a way to have a more eco
nomical administering of affairs.
The promises made in the
campaign amount to little unless
all get together to give aid to
carry out what was promised on
the hustings. As long as there
is a demand for large appropri
ations for additions to this col
lege and that university. and as
legislators think the way to pop
ularity is through the State's
treasury, just so long will the
taxes go climbing higher and
the masses be made to bear the
burden. The year 1911 should
be a record breaker for small
appropriations, and for the mak
ing of few laws. There is
enough upon the Statute books
now to correctto keep the legis
lature busy without making a
siogle new law.
THE DEMOCRATS SOLD OUT.
The Tennessee political situa
tion is giving the Democrats
considerable annoyance all over
the country, and under the pres
ent outlook there seems to be no
way to keep that State from
electing a Republican governor
this fall. Governor Patterson
whose nomination stirred up so
much dissatisfaction has come
forward and resigned the nomi
nation, as he says, for the sake
of unifying the Democratic party
and bringing about peace and
harmony in the party ranks.
but the retirement of Patterson
does not seem to have had the
desired effect and Hooper the
Republican will be the next gov
ernor of Tennessee if the Inde
pendents, and the Prohibitionists
keep faith with the Republicans.
We predict that once the Repub
licans become entrenched in a
State like Tennessee it will be
difficult to dislodge them mecause
the only thing which has kept
many men from going into the
Republican ranks was the fear
of social ostricism. take that
barrier avLay and they will be
leaping over each other to get
close to the pie coun~er. and
even those are not hun-ting pie.
are believers in many of the
rinciles of tha~st party anu
'would'hike to give it support but
heretofore would not do so be
cause of social environment
the :ce is broken now the social
barrier no longer exists, it is the
thing to be a Republiban in Ten
LORIMER HIT WITH THE STICK.
Roosevelt refused to sit at the
same table with Lorimer, the
Illinois Senator is charged with
having bribed his way into the
senate, it the manner of getting
into the United States senate
was fully and truthfully inves
tigated it would be found ther-e
are others besides Lorimier who
had to pay dearly for the honor.
in fact they paid more for a seat
in the senate than they would
have had to pay for a seat on
the New York cotton exchange.
It is a fact of great notoriety
that seats in the United States
senate had to be paid for in the
Western states. the most tlagrant
case was that of Clark w~io
bought up the iegisiature like
he was in the habit of buying up
mining stock. However the
action of the ex-president in the
Lorimer case will have a good
effect as it wvill set the pace for
others high in public life to dis
countenance civic unrighteous
ness. Roosevelt's western trip
we believe has revolutioized
the polities of the eeuntry. there
mar not be any new party b)ut
there will be new aligments and
new issues, there will be a gen
eral breaking up of the old
parties without discontinuing
their names, but the issues will
be different andl tihe leader-ship
will be ':ran new. it is our be
lief that in 1916 there wiii be a~
National party made up of tihe
oungimen of the south and the
'est which will control the pol
itics and these wi'! be ledi by
Theodore Roosevelt or so0e of
The Gratitude of Elde-ly People
ias-e, comfori and senth~ I-'oe. Kid
ney Pills care kidlney and !i-dder-zi
eases promptly. and give~ com:1.r1: a::'l
.eief to el.dr- people. WN E-own s
ar~ now :n u' past and ' ha
no liesitencv in saving that !
methods employed by some h
(lone muci to make he mass
lose respect for the system. V
have contended for a number
years that unless so:ne way w:
&'dvised to) pro~te4't nwn41 fr(
S!ander the prznary moe -
noinating candidates wi 1)
colle lutis1ce adIt tlw C-CO,
elections has %e rtied that whit
we ha e given as an opin
Spendulum has :wuni C
One W1a: It will return" The Sta
of today. And the pe.olde of Sou
Carolina will always believe th
The Columbia State's metho<
and mode of warfare is largely r
sponsibie for the swing of ti
pendulum. Fair play is what tl
masses demand of a newspap
and whenecer anewspaper unde
takes to defeat a man to gratify
I personal spleen or resorts to mi
representation. vilfitication at
abuse. the people rise up in the
might and rebuke it. Had Doct,
George B. Cromer's letter cc
recting the purported intervic
pbiished in The State. appear
one day earlier it would have i
creased Blease's majority thou
ands of votes.
Malconi Patterson. the regul,
Democratic nominee for gove
nor of the State of Tennesse
has rehnquished his zominati(
to bring about peace in th
State. a very proper thing 4
him to have done. but now sini
he has made the sacrifice for h
party's sake those who are o
posed to him continue their hout
ing. In our opir.ion. tey do
to save their faces for havir
made an agreement with ti
Republicans to turn Tennessi
'over to the Republican party 1
gratify their animosity again
Patterson. The conduct ot Gove
nor Patterson in tlje Carmac
Cooper matter was no dou
reprehensible. deserving of t1
severest censure. at the san
time, should the Democracy i
bartered away because one mn
9dor The M.T::n
Following is the program
the Epworth league conferen
of Kingstree district which co
venes at Kingstree on Septer
Fridav :30 p. m. devotion
services conducted by Rev. N
A. Fairy, Kingstree. Addre:
of welcome by Hon. P. H. Stol
Kingstree. Response by M
W. J1. Turbeville. Tnrbevill
Reception by local chapter.
Saturday 9:00 a. in. devotion
services conducted by Rev. I
E. Peeler. Greelyville.
9:30 a. im. calling roil of del
10:00 a. mn. chapter reports.
11:00 a. in. address. "i
Ideal for our League." by M
R. F. Morris. Turbeville.
3:00 p. mn. devotional servic<
conducted by Rev. W. L. Wai
3:30 p. in. paper by Mrs. 3
A. Ross. Kingrstree.
:-.45 p. in. paper by Mli
Bertha Morris, Lake City.
4:00 p. In. open discussion ai:
selection of place for next co
5:30 p. u.. address by Re
E. P. Hutson. Turbeville.
Suday 11:00 a. mn. sermon I;
Rev. W. P. Meadors. Kingstre
The district Sunday Scho
conference wil. be ini sessic
Septemnber 1A 1" .A prominei
feature of the conlventton will i
special music furnished by ti
Manning quartette composed<
Messrs. .J. L. WVeiis. A. P. 13n
gess, Charlie Wells and R. I
Morris. The Pine G;rove Ei
worth league will be represen
ed by Misses, Mary Hlutson at
Linda Turbeville and .Jno. I
Green. Russel Morris. Georg
Green. while J1. C. Dennis ar
.W. H. Castine will go as dlel,
~gates from the Sunday Schoou
Among those who will soc
returned to college are Mliss<
Edith Cole. Ftie Greeni and 8e
tha Turbeville to Winthrop. ara
Walton Smith and Dave Turb
yuile to Wofford. George Gree
to theo Citadel. Mark Smith am:
Mike Turbe.'ille to Cleimsoi
Beasley Gainble and DuPrt,
Vasser to the South Carolir
Medical Collegze. .Jesse lBuddi
to Vanderbilt University whe:
he is studying dentist ry.
Prof. R. F. Morris. for tu
years principoi of the Pit
Grove graded school, has bec
elected superintendent of Sard
High School. Florence county.
Mrs. D. L. (;reen.:after
extended visit to her father. M1
B. P. Broadway of Pinewoo<
returned home Saturday.
Dr. I WX. Pittmnar Wii! soc
erc am drug store and'. oti<
next door~ to theO po)stotlce.
seldom that a place the size<
Trille can :oast of two dr~u
icic at Holrsi Iran.chi Bapti:
Beware of Ointmnents for Catarrh th.at Cot
ANe'ws !ttrns Fromi HLri.i
Theie is miucI interest tal,
hiereabouts in the scond pri ma
andA especially in the race f" G
Lz Srs. .h1t seb
Feat I erstolne. In the irst
mary tis sectin(, gavo Mr. .
L.4%ol a dei-ied mlajoitv. w
~ .Issrs. 1-eathierstone anid lle;
It folio -ill inl ti-- ,rd,-r nam.-<.
is hard to say h will carry t
> section of Clarendon. for both
Blease and Mer. Featherst<
have some very warm support
Le ni. (ott)ni er4op is not No -I
h here as the past seaso. Th1
It will be more corn made for I
ls reason that there were more ac
L planted and cultivated. The I
ecrop is poor. owing to the un
e vorable seasons for the pea cri
r invitations have been issued
Mr. and Mrs. 1). W. A blhrm;
a Sr.. of Alcolu. to a recept
.given in honor of Mr. and M1
d D. W. Alderman. .Jr.. at th
ir palatial home. on the 16th in
>r Mr. D. W. Alderian. Jr.. is '
r. youngest son of Mr. D. W. Aid
w man. the nell known lumbera
d and railroad man of Acolu. .1
a. Alderman. .Jr.. was Miss Ha!
s. son of Florence. S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. B. Brogd<
accompanied by their son. S;
John and Miss Patti Brogd<
Lr have returned from Saluda.
r- C.. where they have been spei
.ing a greater part of the sunmm
m Miss Mabel B. Proctor of I
it Wentwortli street. Charleston,
yr soending some time with i
-e uncle and aunt. M1r. and Mrs.
is B. Brogdon.
:>- Messrs. J. L. Brogdon. .1.
Ad Brogdon and J. Bossard Britt
it have returned from their suma
e vacation in Saluda. N. C.
le M\r. and Mrs. T. C. Proctor
e 170 Wentworth street. Char!
o ton. are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
st I. Brogdon at Brogdon, S. C.
r- Mr. J. Bossard Britton has gc
- on a few days' visit to friends
e L'giitning struck the resider
ie of -Mr. J. D. Hoyle last eveni
>e while the family were at supp
.n doing some considerable dana
to the building. The electrii
current shot across the tab
breaking several plates. No c
was seriously injured. aside fr
the electrical shock.
Mrs. Kate McFaddin, who f
a few days ago, is quite sick a
s confined to her bed as a result
- the accident.
N1 Mr. L. B. Gritlin, the veter
home man. is visiting again
11 various parts of the district.
Safe Medicine For Children
r. Fos Honey and Tar i a safe
etive muedicine for children as
does no: contain opiates or harn
drugs. Get. only the genuine Foh
i1 Honey and Tar in the yellow packa
W '. F.. IBrown &' Co.
0- - Paxvil'e hiews.
4 n : -.~.r T' M.nn.: Tim.''
Itj The vacancy recently mnade
r- jone of the teachers in the grad
school here has been !illehd
~IMiss. Emmie Urtnson of Oran;
tburg. Work on the building
I- M\rs J. A. Brown an~d s
spent the past week in Sut<
s M\r. and M\rs. G. Ii. Curtis:
turrned Friday from a t rip
d New York and other northe.
M\rs. .J. 0. Bar wick~ of Sumi
-is spending a short while at t
home of .\r. L. S. lBarwick.
Messrs W. E. Tisdale and
-s. Ge~ddings attended the far
ers instituate at C!emison h
It M\r. Alva B. Curtis of WV
>emington has been on a visit
4 his parents.
MI.rs. Wailace of Sumit-r sp'
Rev. . .J. Kvzer is baLcic fr
SWedgetield where hi. assisted
dia ineeting last week.
M\iss Ellen Beach of Sumter
e visiting at the' home of .\ir.
d .\. Hiicks. N.
-Paxville. Seat. .. 1910.
A Man of Iron Nerve.
r. Indom'ithie will and tremendous
der'y are. never found where Stomia
i ver. Kidney and liowecls are ouit
- oderIf y' want theo-- cnm.its a
t''r,. fo keen g~rail an1 ,tLron?. h.
I Silver Siftings.
o The friends of1 .\r. and. .\4
eH. Cain wvill be glard to. kn<
u that their little son has ful
0 recovered fromi a severe atta1
nThe *rops around areC fali
r. oo. someC especially tine, a
n. any of the farmers are weari
a pe'rpetual sm:il-.
n .\le. . D). 1rigg is t
Ilhappy possessor of a hantidsoi
R. i . D'. 1) arieri' is thinkin.
m ~akinmg a pu rcha~se at an~ eXL:
.\lss rane Lesesne.
~\'mthzrop coleg oni the -.:ith.
.\l . n .Irs .. J. \ale
r.-a ine.s. for th fall wok
expect to ha:Ve a huilnlanin' ti
nit of attendml .. ~ L~ .i
UR.KING'S NEW DISCOVE R
IWill Surely Stop That Cough.
'Il 6uhrzn th Iourn ~lTl
o na The D. 4
S ' tPHONE, 166 .. .. ....
Authorizing the -Southern Pell Tel
0 ephlone t'ompany to use the public
onstreets of the Town of Maninin::. S. C.,
er for the purpose of placin- poles and
,electrical conductors thereon.
C Section 1. Be it ordained )v the
o General Council of the Town of Man
nizin that permission be and the same.
- is hereby granted to the Southern
Bell Telephone and Telegraph Com
ne pany. its successors and assigns, to
.n erect, operate and maintain lines o1'
In telephone and tele:raph, incIuding
tne necessary poles. :ixtures and elec
ce1 trical conductors u pon,along and over
ng public roads,. streets and highways of.
the Town of Manning as its lone dis
tance busine" may from time to iime
"e retnire. provided that all poles shall
al be neat and symmetrical.
e. Section 2. That the work of erecting
poles by virtue of this ordinance shall
ne be done under the supervision of the
>m street committee, and the said South
ern Bell Teleghone and Telegraph
ell Company shall replace and properly!
n relay any sidewalL or rtreet that may
nd be displaced by reason of! the erection
of of such poles. and upon failure of the
Company so to do. after twenty days'
an notice in writingshail have been given
y hv the Mayor of the Town of Man
ning to said Company. the Town may
repair -uch portion of the sidewalk
or street that may have been disturb
ed by said Company. and collect the
cost so incurred from said Company.
Lnd ectio . In consideration of the
. rihtsandprivileges herein granted.
* ai~d C.ompany shall, upon demand,
. provide one cross-arm on each pole.
son whi:ch the Town of Manning nuay
Idesire to attach either fire alarm tele
graph or police telegraph wires, for'
the free use of the police and fire.
alarm telegraph system of the Town
Section 4. Said Comnpanyv shall at all
times he subject to the Trownz ordi
by tiances now in existence or which may
*be hereafter passed relative :o tlhe use
-of' the public stet by telephone and
D. belgraph companies.
e -eetion 3. Said Comipany shal: in
is demnizfy the Town of Manning
ag:rinast. and naume all liabilitie- for
damagL'es which :uay arise- or acer:e
(hi t~ a e Towun of Manning froum anyv in-.
I jury to person- or property froi:n the
l oin o f any work he~rein authorized.
.o Ir t he neglect of said Comipany- or any
of t employes to comply with any
rn orinaince re-lative to the use of the
-treets of said Town. ani thle areept
. ance by the Com:pany of tisi 4rdi
C ::n~ce shall be an agreement by, it to
pay t o the Town: of Manning any sai
of money for which the Tow:n may be
F. cotme lhble' frotn or by reaLson of such
Lst 'Set ion G. Said Complany sha:ll file
wihteClerk of the Council of the
!. Twn~ of Manning its acceptance- of
ii - 'this O rdlinam:ce within sixty dlays from
to ' Ih daute w-hen it shall take- effect.
.e :in 7. This 4 rdinane- sha:ll be
in :Cee fr o:n: and ;afte-r thei date of its
I . 1. C. \Vell.. hereby c-ert ify that
he above is a true and correct copy
of ani ei orinIace patssed :at aL mesin
-ofr Ihe. Mayor Candt Ceouncil ot the Trown u
of thanning. S. 0'.. held on thle Tnd
dIay olf Sep-jtembehr 1:'1'.
1. -'. WKI.I.$. A. '' - IRi aH AM.
'le-rk of Coun:cil.ayr
Notice of Discharge.
I' :il pply to the. .T ildge of Pro
b.t.- for 4:Lrendlr1o :: eau ty. em theit
* -.:' nt da of S-epjtember. 1I9.t forIt
-er eof D ~:i-charg a,' Exetcuitor fCC t
Etate of .\ndre.-n .. Ti nd' al. dece'-'a-e.-~
- annng. S i'. Augut 2 t 19.
All but ti
Just in, aS
These are plurmp
caired exactly like harr
delicious. Price is st
body's reach. Try one
M TEMANNING 0
.1n1d fit. of your Suitas
b.-I f!v satistied her--.
M!- had par(iculalr f(i
Note the hang of Coat.
lapels. the handsome should
Tho isnn. cutting
* by the most high salaried e.
The patterns and colori
OUR SUITS AT S
a re remrkiable val ue-renr
Come here. Sir. With al
se01tiat1ou ar-- Satis-fiedI
Mens' Suits from
Boys' Suits fron
Testing His Scae..
"Thank he:ven- J:an,- has quit cal
Ing me It:by'-- .a woman wh
weigls over ''utu!' A str..g
bucber sha: --.T! ::ta -u of It. it wa
done cc,u-y t..a That is wb
it wais so -.i-%:tve $i::ee began t
diet I have aeen wer:l often. Th
other day when: .:aes w:ns buyin;
ver for tho c: - .- r..;:mr1ed that b
wished ther. were re::be scales I
the neighborh:! to wenRb itaby on.
Said the huI:(]iw:. 1tring her dom
-- -Ta;anlis.' * ll-: :':~ il
-James told :::. :r. .::eher was e3
pmcting us. so w-- vw;:t :re was read:
for us. ile h:ni riug..l w.) a nice litt!
shwl arrnrlt:ent sm:pended fror
the hangnz ,e:iles to put baby in. ani
then he was introduced to-m
James basal ca!led me Baby since."
ew York Tiues.
Curious Old English Law.
It is interesting to recall in conne<
on with railway accidents that orl
a few years back any instrumex
which by accident was the Immediat
cause of loss of human lifc became I
English law -deodand"-that is. b
cme forfeit to the crown, to be d4
voted to pious purposes. This law al
ples to locomotives, but in course c
time coroners- juries, Instead of clain
In the forfeit. infleted a fine. In th
ear 183S a locomotive on the LUve
o! and Manchester line which b
eploding caused the death of Its e:
giner and firman was fined ?5
hile the following yea.- another er
ie on the same line was fined ?1.40(
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLUNi
Gsuity of Clarendon.
mcR iT ''F COMMO N PLEAS.
Deniezrs ou,.1T. Pieron. Levi Piel
sonI. liarmmet; t irson. Ella P. Piel
son. L~ucilia Pierson, Catherir:
Pir,on. ;:nes McKuight, Asb
Piron. Rich:mra Pie'rson. Jamet
sonl. iers'on Gibson. Sarah Gjibsor:
Rhtus. A.ndler'son and Lcyv Gibhso:
py Amended Summons for Relici
a the above unamedi D)efendants
Ykou arre hereby summoned and re
uird to amn,.wer the complamnti
i acton, f which a copy is here
th -erved upIon youi. and to serve;
-ny oft vour arnswer to the said comi
air nt or1 thesubsicriber. CHA RLTO:
URANT a\I t lis office, in Manning
mth Ca.rolina,. within ?wenrty day
tr.r thet -ervice hereof: esellusive C
--.L da of -.uch "ervice; and if yo:
i to answer the complaint withi.
- time aforesaid. the plaintiff i
is. ertison will apply to the Court t'o
he relief' demanded in the comnplaint
X. Lxvi aLnd CnaLTrox DURANT.
flThe Deendant. Rich.-rdl Piernson
xil further take notice that th<
mededI Summzons and Complaint i
:- ctio.n were duly tiled in the of
-.- o th-- Clerk of Court of Commuo:
P1a:1 for Clarendon county. Sout!
tr lrn::. * n the 9'thI day ft Septeinr
11. 'v ind CHi An.TIoN D RANT.
t. lainntifra - ttorney.
e Price !.
ittle pici shoulders.
. Y'ou'Il find them
rictly within every
ROERY 00O. c.
Li -,.- i>.-nL
n rega:LU.i to the- iooks. make
you pleas.- :nd still YOu Can
il m1ind when we hand our
the perfect fitting collar and
ers. the !!race of the Trousers:
and tailring were. al don.
n1s of the fabrics are entire'y
15.00 AND $20.00
arkable for all round good
I your Suit desires and we'll
yes. nore-pleased at every
$6.50 to $30.00.
1 $2.50 to $12.00.
'STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Clarendon.
!IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
r -Navass iuano Company. a corpora
tion under the laws of the State o
e North Carolina, Plaintiff
Evan L. Wilkins and : H. W. Silco
e and M. V. Baseclden as assignees c
%asd Evan L. Wilkins. Defendants
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF.
Judgment Order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas. in the above stated ac
tion. to me directed. bearing date o
y April 1-. 11510. 1 will sell at pub
e lic auction. to the highest bidder. fo
3 cash, at Clarendon Court House..a
Man'ning. in said county. within th
legal hoors for judicial sales. on Mon
day. the :ird day of October, 1910
bein salesday, the following describ
ed real estate:
"All that certain piece. parcel o
tract of land, lying, being and situ
- ate in the County and &tate afore
y ,said. containing seventy-two (:
t acres, more or less, and bounded a
follows, to-wit: North by lands of W
P. Baker; East by lands of R. F
Morris: South by lands of W. P. Ba
ker, and Robert Baker, and West b:
lands of W. F. Johnson.
All that certain piece, parcel o
tract of land, lying, being and situ
e ate in the County and State afort
esaid, and containing one hundre<
y (10 acres, more or less, and bounde<
.as foilows, to-wit: North by publi
highway. known as the Old Claret
'don Road: East by lands of Mrn
- Alice JRodge: South by lands of estat.
. of William Youmians; West by land
-of Miss Sarah Fleming.
Terms: One-third cash, balance i
one and two years: the credit portioi
of the purchase money to draw in
terest from the day of sale at sevel
per cent. per annum, and to be se
cured by bond of the purchaser an<
a mortgage of the premises sold
which bond and mortgage shall pro
vide for the payment of reasonabi<
.attorney's fees in case of the failur<
.of the maker thereo: to pay sami
e when due and in eas,- of the emloy
v Iment of attorneys to collect same~
Swith the privilege to. the purchases
. of 1 .ying' all cash.
lPi:rechasers to pay for papers.
E*. I;. G A MBLE.
Sheri:T Clarendon County.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Clarendon,
CO(C'T OF(OMMON PLEA~S.
D). H. Traxlecr. Piaintiff
W ~estley M ims. Furman Mims. Rebec
en Mins. J;.sper Mimus. Henry
Mims. Wilson Mimsw. and Pre'sto:
D~ecree for Foreclosure.
f UDER AND) BY VIRTI'E OF
2 Judgment Order of the Court o
a Common Pleas, in the above statet
2action. to mec directed, bearing dat.
r September :;rd, 19.10, I will sell a
.rpublic auction. to the highest bid
der for cash, at Clarendon Cour
House. at Manning, in said county
.within the legal hours for judicia
esales, on Monday. the :;rdl day 0
2 October. 1910, being salesday. the
. ollowing. desc ribed real estate:
SAll that piece, parcel or tract oi
Iland,. ying. being and situate in the'
County of Clarendon. State afore.
'aid. containing one hundred and
thirty-in ta1: t0) acres, bounded :.
follow. viz: On the North by land:
of WB . Tomlinson. John Riddle
Alsbrook. and John A. Thompson:
on the East by WV. W.. Rowland
land'; on the South by !ands of Ale:
WV.ood, and T. W. K. McElveen: en
the West hv Mill Hay. To more fually
describe said tract of land referene
may be had to title of A. M. WVood tc
Sarah R. Mim-, dated 25th day o1
Sctober A. D).,I.
IPuarchaser to pa for papr.
a'. H. EiA MBLE.
Shaeri! Clarendlon Cocute
State of South Carolina,
County of Zlarendon.
U<W1T <>Fi CtMO.\.N i'LAls.
D aid Levii and A. Levi. as Exteu
tors of and Trustees under the Last
W.ill andI Testament of Mo,- Lei
deee d. PlainatifT
Loiam Robinson. lHacheal 4 'ooper.
('antey.. El j~ija Rtob:inSOn. W. ilson
JIohnzi-on. Robe-rt .Johansona. Anna
.1 hn'on. Lucy Jlohnsoni and .Jo)hn
Hlenry .lohn-on. D~etend4ant-.
- ! )eeree.
Juddgte::t I arder '.f the Court of t 'om
mnon Ple,= for ( 'irendon I ounty.
diatedl Septembher:.:rd. 1910h. I wi -ell
the hi;;he*-t bidder for cash, oni Mon
day the::rd d~ay o'f t ober. A. I).
1910l. the.-ame" . bein. sa!.-day. in fironst
of the 'ourtluiea Mant ;.i
.-i Coun'ty witihe le;:al hour
fo r indicia'! 'ales, the folloi : real
IAll tha.t piece, par-ceI *r irae' ut
Iad lyin:. being and situate :in the
v ~ilag o Paxville. Clarendlon count y,
State afore.aid. heing twent l!
acres, more or les-. anud bounadted as
to'low-. to wit N or'Ith~ by and o!
H. .i. Mlc Leo.d': Eas by lande'- of M r-.
Huld~a Hill: S'outh 0'v land- o: Sam
I lallas. andO W--'i by landl" of Adama
Coopeer, and' lad" .: E. S. Warwic'k.'
Paurc'ha-.er to pay" for papeIr=.
* I'E. i AMBL3E.
J rea ca ,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Levi Mercantile Company. Plaintiffs
Ellen Barvin, Ellen Elizabeth Harvin,
-Sarah Francia Harvin. Culia Linnie
Tea ,Harvin. Winnie Fred Harvin.
and Rucker Proctor Harvin. Defend
Copy Summons for Relief.
To the Defendants, Ellen Harvin. El
f len Elizabeth Harvin. Sarah Francis
- I Harvin. Culia Linnie Tea Harvio.
r Winnie Fred Harvin and Rucker
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in this
action, of which a copy is herewith
served upon you, and serve a copy or
your answer to the said complaint on
the subscriber at his office in Manning.
Clarendon County. S. C., within twenty
days after the service hereof: exclusive
or -the day of s.uch service: and if you
fail to answer the complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this ae
tion will apply to the Court for the re
lief demanded in the complaint.
To the defendant Rucker Proctor Hiar
r - You will further take notice that thle
Summor and Complaint in the above
action were filed in the office of the
SClerk of Court of Comtmon Pleas tor
SClarendon county. South Carolina, oni
the 31.. d.ay of August, A. D.. 1910.
Gr. Plaintiff's Attorney.
eDated. Manning. S. C.. Aug. 31. 1910.
~STATE OF SOUTH CAROUNA,
COCRT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Aaron Francis, Plaintiff
Stephen Francis, John Francis .id
A zalea Jones. somotimnes called Sal ina
J one. Plaintiffs.
Copy Summons for Relief.
To The Above Named Defendant:
Y ou are hereby Summoned and re
qui~red to answer the complaint in this.
action. of which a copy is herewith
served upon you. and to serve a copy of
your answer to the said complaint oni
the subscriber. CH ARLTON DtRA NT.
a: his office, in Manning. South Cart'
lina. within twenty days after the
service hereof: exclusive of the day of
such service: and if you~ fail to answer
the complain-, within :he.ltime afore
sa'id, the !laintiff in this action will ap
ply to the Court for the :-d ief demandied
in the complaint.
The Da3fendant. .!obn Francis. will
itake noti'c that the Comnplaint in -his
action was duly illed in the offic. ,f the
Clerk of Qourt of Common Ple.is for
Clarendon County. on the thirty-ir..t
day of August. 1910.
TO REGULATE TH ERUNYNN OF
A UTOMOBILES CPON THE
STREETS OF THE TOWN (IF
MANNIN(.. AND FIXING APEN
ALTY FOR THE VIOLATION
Re it ordained by t he Mayor and
Aldermen of the Town of Manning. in
regular council assembhled and by am:
thority of samxe:
*Section 1. That on and after the
pge of this Ordinance, it shall b~e
the duty of any person or pe.rsons5 us
ing or 'operating upon a::y of the
streets of the Town of Mannin:: any
automobile, of an:: kind or character.
or atny like vehicle, to proceed care
ful:: and cautiousiy and to ao handle.
operate, guide and mnana;:e the saidl
ma'bine so as to avoid dlamage to per
sons or property. It s.hal! be. unlaw
ful for any person or p~ersonI to run
an.Iv such vehic:le en aniy of t hie streets
of the Town of 11annuin;: at a ;greater
rate of --peed than ten mhile, iner hour.
and it sha!! be unlawful for any one'
to ruaniy suc vicl acrossth
a c orne r of any stre~et at a ;greater
rate ot speedI than live miles an hour.
Section ~2. It shall be un:lwLul for
any pe rson or persons to run any such
v.'l~cle forty-five minutes atfter sun
et w.i thout having two or muor.'
ht- d'i.-p~layedl the-reon.
econ:.In cat*e of a C olation ofI
* . '1 :Zoion-- of this ordina:nce, or
any 'of them, the lswrOn violatin:
a~e or any of them shall be subjec't
to a line of not more than $'25.E0i hor
less :hanz 6.. or by iprisonmlent
for not more than thirtyv day- nor le
than teni davs.
Section I.' That all t riiinance,. or
paiso'f I>rd inances. inec.-niistent withl
this ( rdlinance le. atnd - i:. samuehr
Ratitied in Council this 5th lay of
~.m. W z.:zL'. A. i'. Hmm eH.tDI
Clerk of Council. Mayor.
ARANT'S DRUG STORE
The LiCensed Druggist.
Sells in Everything
nDRUGS and MEDICINES