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in the Sou
to enter tl
ancestors in living stone
evening of the 23rd be s
with a facile power that
carried aloft to the spea
As an orator,
soll. It will be a rare tz
* b AIauning E mes.
IA.NNING, S. C., M AY 22- 1912.
0 iishes All County and Town Of
RUTh CHAPTER, NO. 40,
HROYAL ARCH MASONS
Riegular Meeting. Second Men
S day~ in Each Month.
Cr 'acdTON DtR-AT, FRED LSEES"
Hi' a Priest. Scrtar.
- *Ord ,0 -oratern Spar."
PR.uha Meeting. FirstTedy
in each Month.
(Mrs.) G. M. SN IT. 't- M
\ (Miss) Susis HARils. Sec.
g ST. PETER'S, NO. 54,
A. F. Fl.
Nextt Mee t ir. Wedruesdny- 5:00.
F. C. Dei.reet eC or'r d
F. L WQLFz. W. M. E- J- ]3ows'- ScC
IJus ic, a fresh lot of those
Ielegant Globe Hams. They're
' .fancy and fully guaraateed.
Picnic Hams 15c lbI
jUn less you keowe the cure
the price tells nothing. These
are dainty little ;yi Pie Nice
Cured just like :he best Ham
SThis is unusually :The meaj
ad easily worth ore than
we ask :
Do not foe the eeture t'scrr"
C. jh~ t.1OGe't tikts n.. 2 )i
Th 'g crand loare of K'~h ofIl' vt1
V1s MIarie Buddi of Tabo:e,.
In tis issue will be I0u - e card
Marriedt by J u -I M- V.'9
on the 8:h. ins:. r- tY ..
emi charge of.
e, and sacrifi
men will alwa
hland, H . J
.e greatest la
uld be here to give the distini
This is no scheme to gratify as
,t aside by everybody for the occ
laman as a platform speaker has
mpresses metory's tablets. Th
er's conclusions. and this with a<
lovernor Vardamati ranks with
oat to near this distinguislied So
her, this is fo
t future gene:
There is being ciculated a petition
ior the governos clemency in the case
of Frank D riggers.
Mnarried by Judge Windham yester
day Mr. Curtis Dennis of Columbia and
Mifss Lizzie Anderson of Bloomville.
M1essrs. HI. B3. Richardson and Francis
Bulmann of Sumter. were among the
visitors in M1anning yesterdtay.
Comnlimentary to MIisses Haynes and
Suson, the young men gave a delight
ful fish fry at 31artin's Lake Friday
MIarried on the 13th. inst., by Judze
of Probate Windham, MIr. Wallace
Gaymon and M.iss Aslee White. Unqh
MIisses Susong and Haynes. who have
been visitin *S rs. L. H. Harvin in M!an
n ng, left this morning for their home
One of the questious that should be
aked in his countyv of candidates for
t'e legiature is, do they favor a~ bond
isue for roads.
\1arried last WVednesday by JTatm.s
31. Windham, Judge of Probate, M]r. L.
. DuBose and Mliss Hattie Bradley.
Boh1 of Paxville.
There was a killing last night on the
plantation of Mir. Henry Rtichardson
near Pan'ola. Robert B'rown killed
Edenbor o Lawyer.
The ntress reports this morning indi
eate th'at Harmon has carried Obio 'r
the Democratie nomination and.Rcose
vel: the Repubtlican.
M1r. L. A. Brunson of Anderson spent
svral days in and around Summerton
viiing parents and friends and ie
turned to Andersou M1onday-.
Invitations have been issued for the
comngn marriage of Mir. 1B. Brent
Beedin of M1anning. and Mi1ss JTanie C.
Dckson at Blacksweck, S. C.. June 4th.
1r. and Mirs. L. H.. in gave a
ecuton at their home last Wednes
(av evening. in honor of their charm
'ng guests. Misses Hlaynes and Susoug.
Cards are out announcing the coming
marig ofir.' Jhn' Albertus Ulack
wel an tis Kahering Boyd Gailiard.
o take' place at home in ianning, Wed
neda re.)oon a' 5:30 o'clock. June
Tim ToMs reaerwll ::o'e that
110' Th. iL~ iT 1'"m of Bi-hou;vi e,
haanounced b(in. s .lf a canm:ida:. frr
th o ice of C.Ircui . !!itor. iTe -in
mon i:1 e peachd b D ". . 31
e -- . .o.....
Ced their all ex4
ys die for, hav
amns K. Varda:
in will lecture i:
hed orator a real Southern welcotn
erice. or to enrich individuals, but i
sion. Remember, the tickets are or
few equals, the press criticisms thro
y say his spontaneous similes and
legree of intensity that is magnetic.
uch platform entertainers as the la1
therner. Mississippian of Mississip
the benent of:
ations may kn
Married at Clayton. A1abama last
Thursday. MIr. Georgze W. Williams and
31iss Claude Wright. The couple wili
make M~anning their home. where they t
are favorably known. The groom has d
been head salesman in the store of Mr. G
Louis Levi for a long time and the
bride was the principam of the rrinity
Application for a charter has been d
made'to the secretary of state to estab- s
lish a trading stamp concern in Man
ning. Thne local company will tive at
away wh1at they will cafl "gold bond" w
stamns cool for premiiumns. The c.har- P
ter for the loceal company was applied
for by C. R. Breedin and. S. L. Hu g- 11t
Dr. SMilton Weinberg is in New York 01
taking a post-graduate conrse in mied
cine. Hie gave up the government. work -I
to devote himself to the general prae- d
tice of his profession. Dr. Weiniberg L.
has had bet:er opportunities than the ~
average physician. and when he lnish- I
es at the nost-grauate college he will ItI
be well equipp)ed for his work.
Mlanning and Turbeville had a game I)
of ball here last Friday resulting in the P~
annihilation of the boys from across f
Black river by a score of 20 to ~in f'a. m
vor of Mfanning. The M~anningites were Ip(
much elated but just wait the Tur-be- LU
ville boys were only feeling and when si
they get our boys over there what they "
will do for them will be miany'.
Quite a number of scottish rite mna- ~
sons from M~anning spent several days et
in Charleston last week attending the b<
annual reunion of the consistory. There o 0
were qiea number of candidates. la
n o n e h w e v e r fro mi 3 a n n in g in th e
class. This town has the distinetton'
than any town of its size in the State.|t
Remember the lecture for the bene- T1
i of the coufederate monument on the ro
eventng of the 23rd. Governor Varda
mana of .\ississippi is one of the bes
entertainers in the South. and the P
cause he has been brought here to ad
vocate and aid should ap~peal to every h
man. woman and child in the county
Lt the schiool auditorium be tilled to
Viatgistrate Rlichbourg (f Summer-I
Iton. iekedl up a susuicious negr tha
he found blding in Santee swamp. Hie m)
wired to the Co'umbia State ba t
seems nothin was known of negr~o of
the descri utiou given b ei n wat inLd
thateit. 'Terewas recent'ly akiin
if s man i o h n atdtee
The de-cripth isa ollows Ger~~
eoke color, abou 45yasod.lf a
missng. caron top of head. medium
hgt adwegt.ad iioslok
ing. H wae areste vonday on si
for the mnonue
sept a noble
man, of Missi;
in the world,
1 Manning in
. Hie comes to aid in a glorioux
is a call upon those Nho can co
sale at Zeigler's Pharmacy.
igh the South sing his praises l(
his rapid flights from the hi
;e Henry Grady and Robert Ir
ians. and &n American of Amer
>w of the dar:
Oe of the muost beauiiiful aflairs of
e season was the' early morning wed
g of Miss C(ode Wii~Xright and M1r.
ecrge W. Wiliams, both of Mlanning.
C., at the home of tha bride's aunt.
x's. A. L. M\artin.
The boundless wealth of spring came
wnl to cr'own this matin union, and
&d its sweetness and beauty. andi its
nd of sunshine. throuzh all the house
d over all the c-arth. The livmng-roomn
ere the nume-rous and handsome
resents were displayed. was decorated
ferns and Dorothy Perkfes roses,and~
e parlor, where the cer'emony was
rformed. showed a clor scheme of
hita and green artistically carried
: in ferns and Easter lilies.
The guests were invited in by M1rs.
D SammnS and Mes. 0. B3 Praett.
' was received by M1r. and Mrs. A
I'rtin, Mrs. S. J. Wrizht and
ses Claude and M1argaret 3Martin.
At hal afer six tihe SwVeet strains ox
: wdding mar'ch were sounded by
S. Lu! 'WXest axnd the bride and
*oom,~ accomp'anied by the matron of
Or.4 1rs. S. J. Wright entered the
eox and, in the presence of many
xends, were made man and wife. Tne
arriagre ceremony was impressively
ifomed by the R1ev. JT. S. Shxaw. of'
Pres~byterian church, while the
eet straxns of melody of love were
re. stly reridered by M1rs. West.
e bride was attireo in a becoming
in-way gown of brown messainee.
tth hat. cloves and shees en suite, and
red an arm bouq'uet of American
autyt roses. \3xrs.X Wright'.. gowvn was
whiie linen embeocisled' in mnaereaa
c. with this she w~ore blark pecture2
[mmediately after the ceremrony Mir.
ad Mxrs. \\illim lft oer the Can
i of Georeia for Rihmond. Balti
>eC. New Yorki and ozter lolints
erv will be a t home in .iuael in M1an
Mr. \\'iliams'' as lss Claude Wright
S one of the ohi C lyton girls. she
ying only receot'ut oved to South
L.olina. H!ere she sp-nt al! of her'
ppv c~hilahood das herte.ilike a pure
eet liuwer, she grew rto ycuie wom
blood. and lik that iiver~' swe'etened
liv'.es of all withU whomxr '-he cam i
ac an. wo fromx them a* ~ luinx
e and affectio.
he grooxm ;s a promi nenhuxns
o of ala-."'nn. S. C . and x-s mly
'eeei and z~repc foxr is r
rt anxd ebrIxacter.-Ch~'liton (.a. )
.crd 3!y 17.
Does Snrmter War~t the E'rth?
'he west(r i-orio o1LI)(f Clarendon2 !.s
"imm i'n ' m er of being takingr
av to' b '' :rve" to Sutr', and uinless
'i r 't v' am'ities I t b.iusy to have
s 'emint ichc the2 election
1 be0 had0 :m " oniable tr'ouble
aegn'ne en tld There aire a fe'w
:ssinihe villa I of 1 i.IhrO2o w hor
vo her:: agita~in:tesvrn
:n .:e I' ram 'ar oud , tnd I:.x
I to .:auner f t some t 'm o iri fe
- *a : ic lto -~ic s b ing
ut.:av sir~el As e uner m
opgd wipVt (ue iu take o
a.. , ..-Lr i
at ot se he g iro ''s mov Wis
nent to the her
nanhood, and d
secure the serv
si1p former g
the United Sta
cause. and it should b. the feeling
ie to do so, and those who cannot
2dlly. They speak of him as an irre
norous to the serious are absorbin;
ersoll. He has the philosophy of
bo erect a Mom
ig, the sufferin
> accomplish except to put that section
ore conveniently to a court house town
ecause of their railroad facilities, but
will this recompense them for the ad- N
ditional taxation they will assume. in
umter has a considerable bond issue. S,'
and is continuing to issue bonds, only
ecently Sumuter issued bonds to con-.1
ribute to the Seaboard Railroad, this of
ontribution was forced upon 'the peo- I
ie of the county for the benefit of the n<
city and without the consent of the to
ounty. Should the northwestern sec
ion as proposed annex itself to Sumter jth~
tshould be known that it will not re- th~
ieve the tax payers of that section from ti
he court house bonds of Clarendon; ca
hey cannot get away from paying their oc
proporton of this tax to Clarendon nut- sa
withstanding the additional burdens sv
hey assume in going to Sanmter. u
We would not for' any thintz !ay an at
bitacle in the way of the people ha v-1of
ingwhat they want. but when it is pro- im
ose to disrupt a county for the benefit su
of a few individuals, it is time for us to
peakc out, if we can show that it is not
othe interest of the taxptyers to make S(
his change It is !.he duty of our county 11
oticers to look into this matter and if P:
possible prevent the loss. It should be R~
ascertained whe'.her or not Clarendon M1
a lose so much territory. the consti- P:
tution has put a limitation, and if this t1
are and valuable nortion is to be taken R~
away it should not 1be permitted without P
atiht. It is to Clarendon's interests to AI
watch the movement closely, one of our P
:unty commissioners lives near Pine
oo,~and so does one of the Reresen
tives, we have not heard a word from A
either of themn on this subject. notr do
e know whether the:. are in favor ;r It
oposed to the scheme to take from A
Claredon a iartze part of her mnot val- D)
Lable possessions: w:e think it, is due to
their coratitent; for their views to be
known, if thrv faver ceaving Us. the P
people of :Le county shoui.a know)~ it he- Di
fore the next nri marv comes on so toev IP
mya be gover'ned in their selection of IH
amionrs and represenltatiVe5 Si
entlemen let :he peopie krnow how do(
:> stand ont the ouesti'n of keepmn
he connt~y intact, and whether or not A
ou will use your intiuen~ce in preven
g the move on foot.A
Workman School Closes.
On !ast Eriday evening. the Work
a schlo!. un der the macagemnut of
l s Mlarks of Coin n biai. had its clo+
Ler :exec:ises 5dis T1arC tn' the pat
os dleserve a rrea'. deal of credit for
e olnidt entertain ment given or->
he eildren, ovr on o them ceury
ur though th parts splendidly. The~
rog ram w as: S
lraver....... ...... -.by Rev. Hall Pi
\\icomne........h Azille :deKaitht TI
I . ,
on..--B by iud-.... ... ... .. i. oo
GI:- ...' .. .....b Virge E>:s
'ure. ...---...bX . B a o.
've \\'ill... .. .. h "!e tie lrrow
'o"'-Blow it\~ d .. ... ch l
cve-... . .. . . y D r.I ]. . \ . u ~
>a oree -'n l Pe-.s' i- .
....... ....... .... 7 Ho .nd(:i
SA.ni~ Lovi-r. y r':'.e 1it
oes who bart
ared to stand
ices of one of
~overnor of hi
tes Senate, o:
of all to help tnose who are str
~ome in person, to send the pric
istable orator. with a remarkab
Sand his words are trenchant.
Lincoln, and the bluntness of
iment to the
g, and the se
New Zion School Closes.
The commencement exercises of the
w Zion public school which was held
the schbol auit~iorium on Friday,
~turday, Sunday and Monday, May 10,
12 and 13 were. from the standpoint
a casual visitor, an overwhelming
cess. The exercises throughout were
tonly interesting but such th'at tepd
edify and instruct.
t would be hard to say just what was
best attraction. Some seem to think
.t the big old time picnic dinner was
crowning event. The writer's vo
>ulary. is'inadequate to give to the
asion its proper eulogy but suffice to
ythat from the recitations of the
~et girl graduates to the beautiful
iw of oratory of the mrost eminent or
ors of our state, it was, in the words
Holy Writ, "Well Bone." The corn
uity is to be congratulated on its
cess. The program follows:
av........ ....."After the Game"
v..........."The H-ap~py Family"
av..... "Stick to Your Word Gal"
..harlton DuRaut. Manniag, S. C.
roduction of Speaker.
dres......... .Judge hra B. Jones
Vin. .....Cogreation Standing
iipure Reading-shers inlstrut
d to seat no oue during reading of
ithe-- Will Life Up Mine Eyes
.......... ......W. HI. 1luebush
no u CIen ces.
-m nii.............. .............. -
e. A. 1R. Woodson. Manning. S. C.
me.C2 $1.(..ongegat ion Standing
thm:--Thei Lord is Risen Indeed
................W. TH. Ruehush
-on....b Rev. A. RI. Wroodson
m ifo Du'..................... . --
....b Mis1 Laedrm *bq
1ologuie The Swt G iri Grhu
aIe". ..b Mis . die W'heeler
-m~r..11 comission dated May
V,-.aLd by HIon. Rt. M. Me
s * ece- of Statte. the. Books of
siin to' W ihe CapitalI Stock of
Gid Good Tradingz Stamp Corn
xv: wib oci:ed on May 23rd, 19]32.
:30 a. m. . the oflice of The Man
S. L. H CGGINS.
C. R. BR1mEDIN.
Board of Carpnn.orner
~d their breas
for the right
s native State.
1 the 4th day <
, :3 1
ggling for the shaft to comemor
Sof a ticket as a contribution for
e vocabulary, a man who burstsi
nd yet, spoken with such grac
ur own Tillman, with the polish
memory of y
,crifices for ti
Last evening in the Masonic Hall of
this place a special meeting of Esther
Chapter No. 43 Order of the Eastern
Star was held in memory of the late Dr.
William Reader Mood, in whose death
the chapter has lost a most devoted and
faithful member, and its brothers and
sisters a most loyal and sympathetic
friend. The usual ceremonies were dis
pensed with. and the meeting presided
over by the Worthy Patron, Mr. Joe E.
Davis. who with appropriate remarks
announced the program specially pre
pared for the memorial exercises of the
evening, which was as follows:
-Prayer by the Rev. W. S. Trimble of
the Presbyterian Church.
Address by Mr. C. M. Davis offering
resolutions tbat a fitting memorial be
purchased and kept in the chapter room
to "constantly remind us of the noble
life and'exarnple of our devoted broth
ISuggestion by Mr. JT. Fred Lanham
that a Holy Biible or brass wand would
either one be an appropriate and useful
memoial.-Chapter makes selection of
Tribute by Dr. Ellison Capers.
Pe andtT expanory h ethoistb
Pem and e.xT.anory temethos b
Poem and and ress by Rev. Trimble.
Prayer by Rev. Major.
Ad journmnent at the blow of the gavel.
Under the direction of the Worthy
Matron, Mrs. William H. Anderson,
the ball had been draped in black, the
only decorative feature being a hand
somie bouquet of white lilies upon the
alter. S. B. A .
See. Esther Chapter No. 43.
Summerton. S. C., May 17th. 1912.
The Cantey Club was delightfully en
tertained Wednesday afternoon, the
15th. by Miss Furse at her beautiful
home a few miles from town. Delicious
refrehiments, which consisted of cream
and cakes, were served. Those enjoying
the afternoon were Mesdames WV. A.
Richbourg, Mathis, I. Y. Eaden. 0. B.
Coskrey: Misses Gentry, Christine Cos
krey, Sublett, Allen. Davis, Sue and
Barbour Club Hosts ire-N'nptial Dance.
On Tuesdav night the young men, of
the Barbou r( Club. gave a beau t iful
dance in the clubi roomsn in honor of
Niss Claude Wright :mnd r. George
Walton Wililiamus whouse marriage oc
u:cred on Th ir..mou:
Delicious purnch waus s-ryed during
thec evening andu every anention shown
thec guests by; H M4. Fenu. President of
he club. und tie other hots The
marchl was graefully led by Mr. WVil-I
ims sisted~.. b:: .?is WXrigzht.
The coop e- whno took~ part in the
dac werL Miss~ (2aude Wright and
XX. X. nWW iiias Miss Alba Nix
m:0 \ r. Et 'ar Sms. Ml i.s Bessie 1-yirne
: i Ir .TI. N i. isslary Robert
XI r. W. Rty Lageter, of Eufaula,
ur nd~ Mr H M Fenn, Mr. and
Mr . J. Wright, Mr. aca Mrs. 0.B
Lbruett. as Luther .Jenkies -The
Caytou Alabama IRecoti. May 17,h.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You flave Alway Bought
Signaturn of , , .
ts to the
S.te the deeds of their
i noble cause. Let the
nto poetry and pathos
a that the hearer is
and humor of lnger-j
W N Hill, Manning.
E J Tonehberry, Silver, R. F. D.
W F Dukes, New Zion, R. F. D.
A 0 Johnston, Turbeville, R. F. D.
Hubert L White, Wilson, R. F. D.
P A Fann, Alcolu.
Peter Chewning, 'Summerton. -
B E Richbourg, Manning, R. F. D.
J E. Reardon. Manning.
ID M Burns, New Zion, R. F. D.
C M Fulton, Foreston.
H B Bilups, Summerton, R. F. D.
J M Graham, Alcoiu, R. F. D.
J H Morris, New Zion, R. F. D.
J Q Mathis, Summerton.*
o E Morris, Tur beville.
o W McRoy, Manning.
G M McKnight. Wilson.
G L Thames, Manning.
E L Ard, Alcolu.
J R Dyson, Davis Station.
C B Baker, New Zion.
J S DuRant, Aleolu.
H C Wheeler, New Zion.
Johnnie Groomns,Lake City,R. F. B.
H C Morrisg Tur beville.
J N Brown, .Jr., Paxville.
R IL. Gayle, St Paul.
J F Lanham, Sumnmerton.
P B Mouzon, Manning.
W J WVest, Bloomville.
Harry E-Davis, Davis Station.
W H Thigpen. Lake City, R. F. Dl.
L E Brailsford, Summerton,R.F.D.
J E Graham, Jordan.
R C Broadway, Paxville.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
By James M. Windhamn, Esq., Judge
W HEREAS, J. W. Broadway, made
suit to me to grant him Letters
of Administration with the Will an
nexed. of the estate and effects of
Eliza 0. Tindal.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all arnd singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said
they be and appear before me, ithet
CtrofProbate.,t be held at Man
ring, S. C.. on the 13th day of Junne
next. after publication hereof, at
11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if eny they have, why the
said administration should not be
Given under my hand this 22nd day
of May, A nno DJomini,-1911..
J. M. ''I ND HAMh.
Judge of Probate.
A SM-INING EX AMPLE OF PURIT Y
in drugs and compounding medicines is
set hy the prescription department at
Zee's. That's the reason customers
don' t feel rnervous about bringing pre
scriptions he.re. The physician's "RCc
ipe' is followed here with absolute cer
tainty Have you seen our stock of
bathroom supolies, sick room conveni
ences, and otti' modern commodities
that will help you live better?
The Safe Prescriptionists,
nlanning. S. C.