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FOR CLERK OF COURT.
HEREBY ANN N.! A kA.
didate for the o'... of Co'" -I
Clarendon County- sui;e: t. . ru I-' -t
Democrat i p a. ..TCH WELLS.
P 1EDGINLG TO ABIDE BY THE RULES
of the Democratic Primary. I hereby an
nounce myself a candidate forre election to the
offtce of Clerk of Court of Clarendon County.
I ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE
for the ofmce of Clerk of Ce:- t-e to
the rules of the Democratic Primars
J. i. TIMMIONS.
FOR COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
AI A CANDI)AT! FOI THE.OFFICE
of County SuevsrfrClarendon County.
subject to the ruies of the Dem .cratic party.
FRANK P. ElRVIN.
AT THE rARNEST SOLICITATION L;1
my friends I announce myself a- a Can
date for Supervisor of Ciarendon County. sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic pr mary.
W. R. DAVIS
TO The Voters of Clarendon Count. -
I hereby announce myse a canudidate for
the o.ceof County Supervisor o. Carefdinon
4:ounty, subject to theaction, tht. mocratic
primary. I was a candidate :or this omiee eight
years ago, and was defeated onl:v by a v-ry fe%
votes. I have since felt very grateful to the
people for the support given me in that tiection
and in submitinic my canaidacy I do so entirely
on my own merit. and upon thus I .-s!: the sup
port of the people of tha county. and if electtd.
I promise to look closelv after every section
of the county and to faithfu-ly disehar.e every
duty of the ofce to the best of my ability.
H. L. JOHNSTO. .
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for Qounty Supervisor. subject to the
rules of the Democratic Primary.
.. B. HOLLADAY.
T THE REQUEST OF A NUMBER OF
Acitizens Ihave consented to be a candidate
for the office of County Supervisor. subject to
the rules of the Democratic primary. If chosen
I shall endeavor to exercise the same business
judgment that I have in my private adairs.
CALVIN J. HALEY.
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION.
IHEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for re-election to the oMce of County
Superintendent of Education, subject to the
rules and regulations governinc our --mocrtic
primaries. E. J. BROWNE
SUBJECT TO THE RULES OF THE DEMO
cratic party. I hereby oner myself for re
election to the ofilce of Sherifi of Clarendon
County. E B. GAMBLE.
HF3EBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for re-election to the otlee of Solicitor
of Third Judicial Circuit, subject to the rules of
t4ie Democratio primary.PIL1l. H. STOLL.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for the ofmdoe of Solicitor for the Third
Judicial Circuit. subject to the rules of the Dem
ocratic primary, THOS. H. TATUM
TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF CLAR
Tendon County: I wish to announce that I
am a Candidate for the omce of Coroner for
Clarendon County. subject to the rules that
govern the Primary election.
HARVEY C. BAGGETT.
TO THE DEMOCR'ATIC VOTERS OF CLAR
ENDON COU.; lY:
Feelin4 that I can discharge the duties of the
offce of Coroner with honor to myself nnd credit
to the county. I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the eflce of Coroner for Claren
don county. pledging myself to abide the result
of the Democratic Primary.
JOHN L. JOHNSON.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for Coroner of Clarendon County. sub
jeca to the rules of the Democratic primary. I
am a graduate of Cedar Springs Institute for
the deaf and the blind. I performed al of the
duties that was assigned to me there. I have
also made a good moral character here in the
town of Manning.
THEODORE V. GRAY.
- FOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN.
didate for the Hou-e of Representatives.
subject to the rules of the Democratic party.
JOS. H. BURGESS.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE M1YSELF A CAN.
didate for the House of Representatives.
subject to the rules of the Democratic Primary.
R1. D. WHITE.
THERE WILL BE QUESTIONS OF IM
Tportance to come up in the next general as
sembly, and with my practical experience as a
Legislator. I feel that I can be of service. I
therefore announce myself a candidate for the
House of Representatives, subject to the decis
ion of the Democratic Primary.
I. M. WOODS.
I ANNOUNCE MIYSELF A CANDIDATE
for re-election to the House of Representa
tive-i from Clarendon county, subject to the
rules governing the Democratic Primary
HENRY B. RICH ARDSON. JR.
I A NNOUNCE MYSELF AS A CA NDIDATE
..for re-electidn to the House of Representa
tives, subject to rules of the Democratic pri
r JAMES REAVES.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE M1YSELF A CAN
didate for the House of Representatives sub
poct to the rules of the Democratic Primary.
E. M. KENNEDY.
I ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE
for re election to the House of Representa
tives. subject to the rules of the Democratic
party. HARVEY W. MITCHUM.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for the House of Represenattives from
Clarendon county and pledge~ myself to abide
the result of the primary. D. L. GREEN.
I RESPECTFULLY ASK THE DEMOCRAT
ic voters of the Manning judicial district to
continue me in the Magistrate omfce for two
years more. pledging myself to abide the action
of the voters at the approaching primary elec
tion. May 27th, 1912. D). J. BR ADH AM.
FOR MAGISTRATE AT TURBEVILLE.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
diaefrre-election ofMagistr-ate in Tar
beville Judicial Circuit. to be voted on in the
following precincts: Douglas. Gibbous 31ill and
Sandy Grove clubs. I have done my best to dis
charge my duties in this offce, and if I am re
elected promise to do likewise. And further
pledge to be governed by the rules and reg~ula
tions of the Demnocratic party.
M. D). BAIRD.t
Turbeville. S. C.
T H[EREBY ANNGUNCE MY CANDIDACY
.for re-election -.o the omeec of County Treas
urer. subject to. the rules of the De-mocr-atic
party. L. L. WI-IL LS.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSE:LF- A CAN
Sdidate for re-election to the onlee of County
Auditor, subject to the rules of the Demnocratie
primary. ANDREW P. BURG ESS.
FOR UNITED STATES SENATE.
I H EREiBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF - N
ditate- fur the United States Se-nat'-. sug-.
to the rule-: of the Democratic Primtary. Your
support and intiuence will be appreciated.
N. ii. DIA L.
Laurens. S. C.
TO0 MY FRIENDS AND CONSTITUENTSe
OF THE Ist SOUTH CAROLNA DIS
Ten years agro you elected me to Conigress~ by
an over wheiming.. majority. During a!! of thbese
years I have end.eavored to serv-e you fzaihfub
and honestly. I have worked zealo.sly -'n un
easingly 1:1 your inte-r'st. havinm: always in
clew that I was.- a nuolic servant hodin-r a.
cred trust. It has been: uy cadt-avor t- serve
you courteously as w-;! as conscien~tiously an d I
have always respotaled.- p-"mp;~ vto the dem::and
of every man. woa - --aeh. who has called
upon me. In (-iferini:fg ----t---i-,.-- tu
necessary to call yout ate 1-nt the fat
-a man becomes moru: u to -s ga-edn
country by reason of.a ii- - . n Co
gress. That each ye::, -. e~ beor.s e fm
with the intricate worin . of - . . a ud
stroa~er and more iat--a-.-- w - .ascosd
and consequently mou-- fu - oa Y ,;:
ie of course that I am- bee . i..,p a
than eyer before tofutl c u: .,..,
you have as-igrned me. I t rus yur- ..a.
In me as expressed -umoj- h-- resem
remains The same an.. that y--u:-.i: .
your votes in the comin.: pr:mary.
~I thank you carnes:.y and -:r-e-r--y.,-.u
kindness to me in .he past and I p.--ie :
very best e!'orts in yo-:r behalf in tefts
'.,O S. LEG. \'E.
Dr. King's New Life Pill
The best in the woricd.
Saseball Puzzled the Englnshman.
--I:. St. Louis w1m yeairs ago." writes
a Iansas City man. "I took a dignified
Englishman to his first ball game. 31g.
good natured Iobinson was catching.
Behind him and near us a youth of
about twelve was delivering a choice
ariety of rooting from the grand stand.
to the ev ideit puzzlement of my co:n
panion. 'Good boy. Robby' was a
frequent cry of the youngster.
"Restraining his curiosity for a time,
finally, on inquiry, the Briton learned
that probably no acquaintance existed
between the catcher and the lad. 'Dear
me:' he ejaculated, *What assurance
for that small boy to address that large
gentleaaa so familiarly.
"Shortly afterward the players sur
rounded the umpire. gesticulating an
grily in dislauze over a decision.
-'What is itY the visitor asked.
--They're kicking at -the umpire.' I
--'Fancy that!' said he. 'But, don't
you know, I have not seen a man lift
his foot.' "-Kansas City Star.
A pianist had moved into a new
apartment house. and the first morning
she started to play there came a tap
at the door, and the pianist upon open
Ing it was confronted by a tearful
woman who begged her not to play
again until dear little Albert got bet
ter. because a piano did get on bis
nerves so. Being a kind hearted wo
man with children of her own, the
pianist readily consented. Three days
later she said to the janitress: "How
is that little boy down stairs? Is he
"What little boy?" said the jani
"Albert-I don't know the rest of his
"Oh. him.- said the janitress. "He
ain't a boy.' He's a dog."
And then the pianist. although she
bad a soft spot in her heart for dogs.,
resumed her playing.-New York Press.
Hate and Cruelty and Animals.
Animals are neither moral nor im
moral. They are unmoral Their needs
are all physical. Tt is true that the
command against murder is pretty well
kept by the higher animals. They rare
ly kill their own kind. Hawks do not
prey upon hawks. nor foxes prey upon
foses. nor weasels upon weasels, but
lower down this does not hold. Trout
eat trout and pickerel eat pickerel. and
among the insects young spiders eat
one another, and the female spider eats
her mate if she can get him. There is
but little If any neighborly love among
even the higher animals. They treat.
one another as rivals or associate for
mutual protection. One cow will lick
and comb another in the most affec
tionate manner and the next moment
savagely gore her. Hate and cruelty
for the most part rule in the animal
world.-John Burroughs in Century.
Fined For Swearing.
In 1G50 a law was passed in Eng
land for the "better preventing and
suppressings" of swearing. It fixed
the fines and directed that a record
of offenders be kept by a justice of
the peace and published quarterly. A
lord could swear to his heart's content
for Si.0 a baronet or knight for $6.25.
and, while the strong word cost an es
quire $2.50. a gentleman could relieve
his feelings for S1.50, and all "inferior
persons" for 75 cents-th~is for the
first offense. You were allowed nine
lives, so to speak. But after the ninth
conviction you were a "common swear
er'and were in danger of jail.
Keeping L'p Appearan~es.
An extraordinary amount of money
in London is wasted on, keeping up ap
pearances. says a London journal. Any
number of people entertain lavishly.
have a big house, imposing carriages.
three men in the kitchen, the same
number of footmen to support the but
ler. and yet the daughters of the house
ever ha-ve 5 shillings to spend and
have to calculate whether a new pair
of evening gloves can be afforded.
Ner Dear Friend.
"'What nonsense all this is about men
getting on theIr knees when they pro
pose." said Mrs. Parsiow to her dear
friend. "My husband didn't do any
such absurd thing when he asked me
to marry bim.'
"He did when he proposed to me."
said the dear friend without thinkdng.
A Gaudy Vulture.
In the South American forests Is
found the most beautifully colored of
all vultures, and it is the true king
over the black vultures and turkey
buzzards. Its plumage is of a delicate
cream, with black quills, and the head
is brilliantly colored with red and
Hele' Her Audience WelL
Diggs-M., wife is a wonderful vocal
st. Why, i have known her to hold
her audience for hours- Biggs-Get
out! Diggs-After which she, would
lay it Ina the crandle and rock it to sleep
Putting In Life.
Manager (td dramatist)-Your piece
Is not at all bad, but it rather lacks
life. D)ramatist-If that's all I can
easily kill off two or three people in
the third act.-Rire.
Fond Mother-My son. did your fa
ther forbid you learning to smoke?
Young America-No, ma. When I
asked him if I might smoke, he said,
A Sensitive Conscience..
Carrie-Goodness, It's that horrid old
bore. Wilkins. Tell him I have gone
out. Belle--No, I won't tell a story.
but I will say that you have not comne
Every Indian Had an Umbrella.
One of the icidents o the early
days inl Great Baud that caused a
great deal of merriment among the
white residents was the time the In
dians bought all the parasols and tim
brelas that were for sale in the town.
This happened in the seventies and
was on a rainy day. The Indians were
on their way south and came through
the town of Great Bem1h. They saw a
number of men and women on the
streets wilth umbrellas, and, being
plentifully supplied with money and a
desire to own one of the handy con
trivances, they got busy. The funny
part of It was that they made no dis
tiiction between toy parasols, silk ones
and the serviceable linen ones. It was
not long until the entire visible supply
of all the stores had been purchased.
Then the~ fun began. Some of the toy
parasos were made of cloth that was
hi-:hiy colored, and as soon as the
waer hlt tihem the coloring matter
ean to mix with the water and drip
Cl anupon the~ IndIans' clothes. They
mindd ths r inl the least and were
se-en g:oing Acnthward whooping and
seemingly in the tery best of spirits.
An Astronomical Mirror.
One of the most remarkable scientific
instrumuents yet devised is that con- 1
structed by Professor R. W. Wood to
aid the work of astronomers. This is
an astronomical mirror, the reflecting
surface of which is revolving mercury
elaborately protected against vibra
tions. and it magnities in proportion to C
the speed of its revolutions. A metal
dish containing mercury and turning
on bearings carries on its edge a series
of magnets. Encircling. but not touch
ing them, is an iron ring. By motor
power this ring is made to revolve!
upon bearings. separate from those, of
the mercury container, but its mag
nets. attracting hose on the contain
er's edge, cause the latter also to re
volve. Centrifugal force compels the
mercury to form. a concave surface,
perfect so long as free from jars. This
apparatus is sunk in a well fourteen.
feet deep and set upon a solid founda
tion to eliminate al! ordinary shocks.
Kangaroo Mother's Bravery.
During a severe drought in a certain
section of Australia the owner of a
country station was sitting one even
ing on the porch when be saw a
kangaroo lingering about. alternating
approaching and retiring from the
house. as if half in doubt and fear
what to do. At length she approached
the water pails and, taking a young
one from her pouch. held it to the
water to drink. While her baby was
satisfying its thirst the mother was
quivering all over with apprehension,
for she was but a few feet from the
porch where one of her foes was
watching her. The baby. having dn
ished drinking. was replaced In the
pouch, and the old kangaroo set of
at a rapid pace. The spectator was
so much impressed by the astonishing
bravery of the affectionate mother that
he made a vow-and kept it-never
again to shoot a kangaroo.
A Genial Old Duke.
Drte Max of Bavaria had no greater
delight than leaning over the counter of
I some small shopkeeper. talking gossIp
or purchasing toys for his great-grand
daughters in Austria. Innumerable
stories are told illustrating his char
acter. B. H. Goldschmidt. a wealthy
banker of Frankfurt. was once jour
neying to Vienna. Opposite on the vel
vet cushion of the first class car sat an
old gentleman whose dress and looks
betrayed no uncommon rank. "Are
you on a pleasure trip?" asked the
banker's vis-a-vIs. "Yes," answered
the latter; "I am going to visit my
daughter. who, thank God, fortunately
married the Banker Wiener In Vienna."
"How strange." replied his companion.
-The incentive to my trip is the same.
1 .11 going to visit my daughter In
Vienna. Thank God. she, too. is rather
fortunately married to the emperor of
Canterbury cathedral, like most
great cathedrals, is decorated with In
numerable niches for -statues. At
Canterbury a series of these niches is
occupied with statues of kings and
queens of England. and- there are only
four niches left unoccupied. An old
tradition has it that when all the
niches are filled the throne of England
wil come to an end.
Queen Victoria was approached with
a view to a statue of herself being
placed in one of the four remaining
niches. but her late majesty was aware
of the old tradition and refused. One
wonders whether in the future there
will be four monarchs of England
sufficiently indifferent to superstition
to defy the tradition and allow their
eLge on filn the unoccupied spaces.
French Revolutionary Calendar.
Beginning with Sept. 22 the tour of
months In the French revolutionary
cae-dar was 'Vendemnaire, Brumaire,.
F rimaire, Nivose. Pluviose. Ventose,
Germinal. Floreal. Prairial. Messidor,
Thermidor iFervidor) and Fructidor,
which ended on Sept. 196. Then fol
lowed five days, the Sansculotides,
dedicated as feasts of reason to Les
VerusLe ene, e TavalL'Opin
io n e Rcmess Decreed
Nov. 21. 1793. this calendar was ante
dated to Sept. 22, 171)2. It was abol-'
ished on Nivose 10, An xir, correspond
Ingto Dee. 31, 1805a
I A Legal Stunt.
A suit having been brought against a
defendant, his counsel interposed a de
murrer that had the effect to throw it1
out of court. Soon afterward the same
lawyer was elected to -congress, and
wile at his post of duty he was sur
rsed one day to receive a letter from
his former client, sayingt "I am sued
Iagain. Please send me another one
of them things they call demurrers."
Case and Comment.
Jeks-So you and the Braytont
girl are one? Timson-That's what I
thought when the parson married us,
but I have since concluded we are ten.
Jenk-What do you mean? Timson
She is one and I am naught, my dear
Hfs Brand of WhIskers.
Governess-Who can make a sentence
with the word "grewsme i~n it? Little
Willie-I can. The mazr stopped shav
ing and grewsome whiskers.-London
Not a Failure.
Young Wrymer-I tell you, marriage
takes all the poetry out of a fellow.
Friend-Then It can't be a falure.-Bos
Everything great is not always good,
bat all good things are great,-Demos-.
F Too Smooth.
I -lwon't play poker with that fellow
a~ny more. ?Ge's entirely too emooth.
le bobbed up last night with four'
"What's wrong about that?"
I "hadd dealt him four queens."-Lo3
H-is Changed Fortune.
-Wow! There went Smilthkius in
his new' sIx. Whben i knew him a few
years ago be had a junk shop."
"HeO stl!~ has. only he moved it to a
raioable street. kept the same stock
and abelt tIt 'Antiques.' " -- Leslie's
A Real Friend.
"i'VWn volunteered to lend me some
"Did roa take it?"
"No. Thar sort or friendship is too
good. to- lose."-Detroit -Free Press.
Wife-I really believe you married
me simply because i have money. flub
-You're wrong. I zmrried yen be
ause a thought you'd iet me have
some or :1t.
The Trials of a Traveler.
"I am r, traveling salesman," write;
E. Youngs, E. Berkshire, Vt., "anc
ras often troubled with constipatior
.ad indigestion till I began to use Dr
ing's New Life Pills, which I havt
ound an excellent remedy." Fur al
tomach, liver or kidney troubles the:
re nuequaled. Only 25 cents at al
Established a Record.
"What did mother say when you pro
)osed to her, daddy?"
"She hung her head and was silen1
ror several minutes. And that Is the
)nly time I have ever known her to b
slent for several minutes."-Detroli
A Bit Different.
Lawyer (to witness)-Did you sa
that an incompetent man could keel
a hotel just as well as anybody? Wit
ness-No. I said an innexperience<
man could.-London Tit-Bits.
KnIcker-What's the matter witt
Smith? Bocker-His baby wants th,
moon, and his wife wants the earth.
New York Sun.
Little Boy (at ticket office)- want
return ticket. please. Ticket Agent
Where to? Little Boy-Why. back heri
Doubt of all kinds can be removed D:
otino but netlon.
Robert W. Herter, Lawrencevill
lo., who had been bothered with ki
ey trouble for two years, says: "I trie
three different kinds of kidney pills bt
with no relief. My neighbor told me t
ase Foley Kidney Pills, I took thre
bottles of them. and trot a permanet
:ure I recommend them to everybody.
he Dickson Drug Co.. Manning, Leo
A Different Port.
Mrs. Neuritch-So you heard tro;
your sister. Bow did she enjoy th
trip across? Miss Young-Well, sb
wsote that she was very glad whe
she reached terra firma. Mrs. Neuritc
-Terra firma? Whyl thought she wa
to land at Liverpool?- Boston Trai
An Evident Alternatv
"She married him In spite of gre
opposition, didn't she?"
"Yes. If her marriage doesn't tur
out well she'll only have berself t
"Good gracious! Why? What's.1
prevent her blaming him?'
In life troubles will come which 10a
as If they never would pass away. Th
night and the storm look as if the
would last forever, but the calm an
the morning cannot be stoppe&.
Meeks-The man who tries to chang
a woman's views Is a fool. Weeks
How do you know? Meeks-My wli
told me so.
One trouble with the pursuit of bal
piness is that other people get in t
The "Progressive" Party
is the indivyidual, man or woman, WI
uses Foley Kidney Pills for backach
rheumatism. weak back, and other ki
ney and bladder irregularities. FoI4
Kidney Pills are healing, strengthe
ig, tonic, and quick to produce ben
ficial results. Contain no ha rmfii
drugs. Never sold in bulk. Put up
two sizes in sealed bottles. The genuia
in a yellow package. The Dickson Drt
Co., Manning, Leon Fischer, Summe
"Now that your son is through cc
lege what are you going to make<
"Can't tell for a couple of years. E
went to a co-ed institution, and be
booked up for two years solid to al
as an usher at weddings."-Louisiil
A Man's Wants.
"What more should a man want tbs
good health, a good job and a go<
"Well, a good reputation might con
In handy."-Chicago Record-Herald.
"Pa, how long can a man livec
"It depends, Willie, on whether he
aboard a ship that won't sinlr."-Clev
land Plain Dealer.
of Appointment of Mai
agers of Election.
The following are the manage
appointed by the County Den:
ratic Executiye Committee to mas
age the Primary election to be he
on the 27th day of August, 1912. ai
the second Primary to be held ts
Alolu-E. E. Hodge, J. R. Hodg
. V. Barwick.
Bloomville-W. C. White, P.
Ridgeway, W. S. Anderson.
Claredon-T. L. Bagnal. J.
Huggis. E. S. McIntosh.
Davis X Roads-J. M. Davis, J.
Rowe, Frank McKnight.
Davis Station-A. S. Rawlinso
1. H. Horton, J. W. filiton.
Doctor Swamp-S. G. Thames,
. Mithum, I. N. Tobias.
Douglas-A. Smith, M. ,J. Morr
D. E. Turbeville.
Fork -3. B. Brogdon, B. H. Harv
. D. MFaddin.
Foreston-S. M. Haynesworth,
S.ILand. E. M. Fulton.
F[~oreston Refor rn-C. W. Ridgew"
3.. ..Graham. (5. A. Holladay.
Gibbon's Mill-F. N. Thomas,
. bbons. D. (5. Buddin.
Harony-J. D. Daniels, H.
Broadway, M. B. H udnall.
Jordan-M. J. Davis, J. S. Plo
den, B. B. Thompson.
Manning Farmers' Platform
V. olladay, J. D. Alsbrook, 3.
Manning-S. J. Clark, E. C. H
on, R. 1) Clark.
Midwa-(*. 1). Smith, S. W- 1
Itob,. R. P. Mlorris.
New Zioni-L. P. Hardy, P.
Giibbo. T. M. Beard.
Panoia-D. E. Holladuay. C.
Brown. .L. N. Riehbourg.
Piiewod-ES. . G5eddings, MI.
Pavle-M. .B. Corbett, J.
Brown, L. J. Nettles.'
Sumerto--J. F'. Eichbl~our
Frank. Anidersou, J. E. Teunant.
SardiiaH. tGarland, D). R. 1)
Bose 1ugh McFadditi,
Silver-Robert Baker, WV. P. No
ee. A. J1. Bosewell
Sandy G5rove-R. E. Burgess, J.
Itaker, W. L. McFaddin.
OOe of the above Managers will c;
atthe court house on Saturday t
24th day of August, to get the Boxe
Under the rules the manag4
m ust open the polls at 8 o'clock
.1.,and~ close at 4 o'clock P. MI.
'' A. J. RICHBOURG
J. 3. WNIDHAM. Co. Chair:
The following candidates filed Pe
their pledges, paid their assessments pc
and are entitled to be voted for in is
the primary election to take place mi
on the 27th dayrof August, 1912: S(
For Congress-George S. Legare F(
and H. Leon Larisey. l
For Solicitor-Phillip H. Stoll and at
Thomas H. Tatum. er
For House >f Representatives--D. so
L. Green, Joseph H. Burgess, E. M. S.
Kennedy, Harvey W. Mitehum. R. D.
White, James Reaves, Henry B. Rich
ardson, Jr., and I. M. Woods.
For Clerk of Court-A. I. Barron, w
J. H. Timmons and T. M. Wells. K
For Sheriff-E. B. Uamble.
For Superintendent of Education
E. J. Browne.
Supervisor-W. R. Davis, F. P. Er- m
vin, C. J. Haley, Joseph B. Hoiladay m
and H. L. Johnston.
For Coroner-H. C. Baggett. J. W. "'
Browder, Theodore V. .ray, J. L
Johnson and John F. Pack.
For '1 reasurer-L. L. Wells.
Auditor-A. P. Burgess.
For Magistrate at Manning, to be C
voted for in the following clubs: Al- C
cola, Bloomyille, Clarendon, Farm
ers Platform, Fork. Harmony and C
Manning-D. J. Bradham. c
Magistrate at Turbeville. clubs: c<
Gibbons Mill, Sandy Grove and Tur- fit
beville-M. D. Baird and J. P. Tur- c
. Magistrate at Ne w Zion, clubs: New -
Zion. Midway and Sardinia-W. H.
Baker, W E. Fleming and J. W. Gib
Magistrate at Paxville. clubs: Pax
ville and Silver-L. S. Barwick and
R. B. Bradham. S
Magistrate atPinewood, elub: Pine
wood -A. P. Toomer and A. P. Ragin.
Magistrate at Summerton, clubs: 0
Cross Roads, Davis Station, Jordan, a
Panola and Summerton-A. J. Rich
0 Magistrate at Foreston, clubs: Doc
tor Swamp, Foreston and Foreston E
Reform-J. E. Richbourg. C
The above is the official list of Can- c
n didates who have complied with the 9
rules of the Democratic party.
Attention is directed to the impor
tance on 'one of the managers from f
each club eoming to the Court House i
a for the boxeb, Saturday, the 24th day b
of August. E
A. J. RICHBoURG,
J. M. WINDHAM,
D. C. Bybee, teaming contractor liv
ing at 669 Keeling Court, Canton, Ill., I
is now well rid of a severe and annoying '
case of kidney trouble. His back pained t
*t and he was bothered with headaches I
and dizzy spells. "I took Foley Kidney I
I Pills just as directed and in a few days 2
I felt much better. My-life and strength a
seemed to come back, and I sleep well. f
I am now all over my trouble and glad 1
to recommend Foley Kidney Pills." Try
them. The Dickson Drug Co., Manning,
Leon Fischer, Summerton.
- The Presidents and the Secretaries
d of the several Democratic clubs in Clar
endon county will take notice.
Under the rules of the Democratic
party, it is requested that the rolls of
. the Democratic clubs remain open for
the enrollment of voters until August
22, live days preceeding the first pri
Smary election, and then at the expira
tion of the five days before the first pri
mary election, the Secretary of each
, club must make a copy of the roll of his
club, have it certified to by the Presi
dent, and counter signed by the Secre
tary, and sent to the Secretary of the
county Democratic Executive Commit-.
tee, and, he will send this certified copy
back to the club with the boxes, to be
used as the official guide for the man
.ager's of said election, no person will be
v allowed to vote unless his name appears
. upon that certified roll.
. The club roll properly certified to by -
1 the President and Secretary must be in
nthe hands of the Secretary of the exe- 1
e cutive committee not later thanthe 24th r
y day of August 1912. on which date the -
.boxes will be delivered.
This is very important, and it is.ur'g
ed that the presidents and secretaries
of the several clubs give this matter
their immediate personal attention, ast
the managers must have these-certified
rolls at the election on the 27th.
,). M. WINDHAM,
it A. J. RICH~OURG,
Le County Chairman.
STATE OF SOUTH OAROLINA
County of Clarendon.
By James Md. Windham, Esq., Pro
WHEREAS, Thomas C. Felder made
suit to me, to' grant him Letters of
Administration, of the Estate and
effects of Walter V. Felder.
ITHESE ARE THEREFORE, to cite
and admonish all and singular the kin
s dred and creditors of the said
e.Walter V. Felder deceased, that they be
and appear before me, in the Court of
Probate, to be held at Manning on the
29th day of August, next, after pubhi
cation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon. to show cduse, if any they have,
- why the said administration should not
Given under my hand, this 8th day
of May, A. D. 1912.
rs [SEAL.] JAMES M. WINDHAM,
0- Judge of Probs.te.
O The State of South Carolina,
County of Ciarendon.
e, By James M. Windham, Esq., Probate!
HEEs nna S. Briggs made
.maid- suit to me, to grant her Let
rters of administration of r-be estate and1
effeets of E P. Briggs. ct n ~
Teeare therefore to ct n d
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said E P. Briggs,
deceased. that they be and
appear before me, in the Courtof Pro
bate to be held at Manning on the 22
day of Ausust next, after publication
nhereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenopn,
to show cause, if any they -have. why
c.the said admim7stration should not be
Given under my hand, this 5th
~day of Aug'ust A. Di. 1911.
L. JAMES Md. WINDHAM,
[sEAL.1 Judge of Probate.
SApplie.d ions for the position of
Chief of Fire Department of Man
ning. S. C . made vacant by the res
gation ofthe former chief, will be
received hiv the clerk or any member
c-f the Ceu ncal All appl!ications mtit
be int not later thani 12 o'e-ioek Md.
-Atguat Im . By order of Council.
Tr. M. WELLS.
ENotice to Creditors.
All p~ersous having claims agrainst
the estate of Charles K. Curtis. de
ceased, will presetr them duly at
u-tested and those owing said estate
will r4ake payment to the under
-' signed qualilied administrator of
Gi (. H ENRY 3 E RTIS,
lPaxville. S. C.. A ugust 12, 101-.
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month of intene r: inm-. to num
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d less than a bottle caused a comnlete
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Dr. C. H. Ellsworth. Dentist, 1(; Bald
in St.. Rochester, N. Y., says Foley
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f and strengthened him wondcrfully.
have been bothered with weak kid
vs and bladder trouble and suffered
uch pain. Foley Kidney Pills gave
e immediate relief and strengthened
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mend their use.- The Dikson Drug
., Manning, Leon Fischer. Summer-:
A. S. Jones. of the Lee Pharmaey,
bico, Cal.. who has hauriled Foley &
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anning. Leon Fischer, smmenik,1 .
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For Sale.-12 X 12 Liddell Automatic
ngine. 7 X 12 Atlas Engine. 0 X 12
handler & Taylor Engine. All in fineI
ndition. Also two good mules. W
Farm Wauted-Several Marlboro
Lroers have asked to get them farms
1 Clarendon. Write me what you
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ennettsville. S. C
'Rub-Ny-Tisn will cure you.
The qualified electors residing in
larmony School District, No. 13,
ill hereby take notice that an elec
ion will be held at the Harmony or
lowden School House. near Cypress
'ork Church. on Thursday, August
2nd. 1912. for the purpose of voting
Four Mills Tax for school purposes
1said District. Polls open from
. M. to 4 P. M.
H. L. B. HODE,
JOSEPH B. HOLLADAY.
JOHN W. HUGWI'NS.
Board of Trnstees Harmony School
)istriet, No. 13.
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Seashore Excursion. e
The Atlantic Coast Line announces extremely low
round trip rates for the above occasion to Washington,
Norfolk. Richmond, Wilmington, Myrtle Beach and to
the Mountain, Lake and Spring resorts of North and
Tickets will be on sale for all trains on Wednesday,
August 14tb, limited to return on or before August 31st,
Full information. reservations, etc., may be obtained
from H. D. CLARK, Ticket Agent.
Manning, S. C.
or by addresstng T. C. White,
General Passenger Agent.
W. J. Craig, Passenger Traffic Manager,
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