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ANING, S C., NOV; 1912.
Puibshes- Al Co nty and own Of.
RUTI CHAPTER, NO. 40,
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
W Regular Meeting. Second Men
day in Each Month,
nt MTV r, FSDv LsZESSE,
* - Mnarntg Chapter, No.19
"Orderof Eastern Star."
Meet:ng. First Tuesday
in each Month
- rs.5) G. Mi. SxiZrn. W. hi.
(Miss) SUSIE HAEvIn. Sec.
- ~ x~~4hI~ aboye on
- Friay'pl apressOs
ters will be iii seled meas-e
::- es thorou Ij iced
Purveyo to Particnlar People.
Tb Trnit Razaar has been post
- '+--A addin is visiting the
H. Hawkins in Aiken.
pnde dep).. candidate for
aIterWdot:Wenville was 4efeated and
s 9hgf. tipAp t ft yaesterday
moreingotg ?"' " colge mste at
.Tbb b l~ich was to be held un
igthe othe ladies of Trinity
4 - Weda~ bey Rev. Hall, Mr.
= * L Wi and Miss Lady Dukes.
nems this week' iates
r kehe has been playing
u at~oa the ettona
:cp-tb ' e oncei-t afthr
LaIst Monday was salesday, .bus-.the
h'ierif -did wohave ad manay ssles as he
habd adiede Amost of theng mere
-4I~~m~oib~r*hSsa1e by the par
% i has been deflately arranged to
tala plab onathelevening of the 31st of
tins and arrangements are be
,~~w-akeft the greatest social
~-~2~t~iu hee- ore
g k r m a'o itical
Th.e n no -
-Thoy. olmd daugh
InsteN iihuoht to ;Manning
last 2hu sening and- interred 'in
- heM rIgcemeteae Friday. -
'The Westein Unton Telegraph Co.,
had a gagout last Saturday removing
- omthestreets, abdtih d they
-rpose king~he past ,oe.to Sum
-u er ~I~ioTsdaleswill consent.
-'os who are interested in bunting
liso that-our friddcan know . .t.we
r inman ~a~a.eveU-if tey will
f~r~met~~ ouu ~ forebirds.
ierydvetlsmentr in thia newspaper
adthen give each and every. merahant
-that advertises in the home- pajper. an.
Opportunity to make good his ayiertis
The P htcacuro.st a congre
gational'meehe Sunday accepted
-te aein 'q~~ A. R.5 Wood
orderia he may'decep~t a call
shsbt has-60rn made' upon him in the
* siuon field,
~The ladies broac.1 advertised in TEE
-TMEs~ last. week as having been found
.'~ he property of- Miss Bolton, one of
-lwteachers in. the graded school. . It
warsunburst of pearls with a diimond
in the cinter.
- When you come to Manning to attend
the circus you can find your friends at
the red lemonade counter. Do not at
temptito beat the man with the greasy.
pig, if you do, do not fail tso tell ~your,:
troubles to your wife at home..
The little colored boy Vwho fell off
-the ferris wheel at the carnival last
week-was not killed aS was reported,
but he was severely hurt, .and. is now
-etting better. Had be not fallen on
-his head it. might. have resulted se
The Statead.Federal Commissioners
-will meet in the court house next .Tues
day-to tabulate the returitof the elec
,tion beld on yesterday;: When these
retgnshave been tabulated thbe~ a
counts of the manageri~s till .a ade
out and presented to the Cafaler
Gineral for payment, then cek-will
be forwarded to those who ave entitled
* on mee'tng'of the trustees and
tiaers has: been duly advertised for
Ssturday, November 9thb, at 1.1 o'clock,
-tu~.se eourt house. Hon. J. -E. Swear
nen State Spperintejodent of Educa
aion has promised to-be present and a
i ress the audience. Every trustee and
teacher is expected to show his interest
in the welfare of the schools of the
*county by being present. '
- oes incuding the-nearby cities,- and
.as a resultthefrmiers are bringing the
saple hers more than ever before. Cot
tanetching 12 cents is a common price
- ere these .days and we look for a still
advance before the week is out.
er sno dubt that the buyers here
~re-abreaist of he times and no reason
a6le man can find 'room for complain
shout the prices and the grades..
ith ,a .)
week D' M":
is said by'such. greahantE
- - as Tohn. Epps tobe nenosan
ever brought downin the stats%--not
withstanding this The Times Seditor
did not get a pieee of venison.
The school trusteqs and the teachers
of this county Ire to have a joint meet
ing in Manning 'next Saturday, and
State Superinteadent Swearingen is to
deliver an addiss. -Lunches will be
served by the School Improvement As
sociation. THE'TIMES editor is invited
to perform at tke free lunch counter.
By order'of the Grand Chancellor,
Tuesday, November 12th. will be ob
served by all tre Knights of Pythias
lodges in this State as Rally Day and all
members are urged ,to be present at the
meeting-on that evening. Clarendon
lodge No. .lhas arranged to have a
banqu. that date and the Hon. Thos.
G. x1 of Bisbopville, wi-l he pres
rut i.veiran address. A full at
te 's desired. Hour of meeting
The "County Fair" as presented -here
two evenings of last week, Wednesday
and Thursday, uoder the direction of
Miss Katherine Paul, was a decided
success. ~Miss Paul, although a very
young lady, manifested splendid execu
tive abilit'in taking so large a number
of perso y y of them small children
and. trai hem.in so short a time
into presen g a most delightful enter
tainment. The play was gotten .up un
der the auspices of the local civic lea
gue,: and a real nice'sum of money was
Mr. W. G. Wells, of Privateer, died
Monday morning at his home in Pri
vateer township, after an illness of six
'weeks, aged 63 years. Mr. Wells was
one of the best known citizens- of his
community and -his deah - was shock to
his many relatives and friends, for it
was-not kn,,wn that his-illness was of a
serious nature. He was an infilneuttal
member of Bethel church, and was f.or.
many years clerk 'of the Charleston
Baptist Association. He is survived-by.
a large family, his son, Mr LeRoy
Wells, beinga resident of this city.
Sumtertem; Nov. 4. - .
The Presbyterian Missionary Union
of Harmony Presbytery has planned to
bold a .'Missionary Institute; in eacb
county of tlie& resbytery"' next:-week.
The one for Clatendon county wiI be
held... n=the saing Pe
church en naesd'afNovemae . _
e'va 1ds-bep ap} red tL
is uviled tdb Zmeta - ess'o.
fternoon sessio. beipn p
at 3 oclocknd'. cloiang a4
twill be for 1laies only. Alt the
byterian churobes in . the ..cout
urged to be as largely 'represer
Sciety Events in na and"'Sqm
Misses Edna and Louise Broc
entertained Friday afzernopakt "
3 .Mrs. Isaac -A ppelt. -The-t
was mainly spent in playin e
dames of bride and rook.
owle, who has been a lucks: win
mumerous other occasions, oirth
Prlie, -a hand-made powdki pu
Eandlembroidered apron wa pre
to the. guest of honor. -A sweet <
was- served by 'the 'charm&g h,
tad the large number of .patrons and c
misses who attended the .recepti o
teed'that- they had spea most
ghtlvfn afternoon. -
'T ' -eig hborhood."C bY was
Tneesi. afternoons by A
'dhbn C. - Thos at her el
roai on North lhurch s tr- r
minitigam i ook
eajsieunsch of c'
waeded Miss Valye *e p
~dem~"was serve& Iyer ict ti
t~ib is's Isabella Thomn a
h.~aton'- tubemp~t Wedn a
1eioon atthe libre of MrsMS I.
~egiijar programme was dipd
ich on accountof'admittine ne,~'n
~ers. andtselecting new books. he, .
Manning society fras well r~en1 -
~don testage inthe high5oold i
orium Wednesday and Tnut ay nkl
hen"The ConyFair." a ltli a .I
)rleque, was presented with4 ~dp- r
ionaly'fine effect~by local talent: 'e e
ei-feirmanee was given'un~er the i,
ices of the Civic League antithe tate
onage. was.. enthulsiastic on lioth- 0e
'ormers rIn hearty au~se bitt they e~
so won a neat sum oto dbeiefit of
worthy -cause.-Sna as. E. T.
-Qitei the most deiightful dg~air.. that)
ummeron.society has enjoytd lately
was the Halloween party givens:.Tlhurs
lay" -evening by Miss Lou e.Sar
orough .in~ place of'.regulai''e ,tmg1
thd Tsns club,:of which. Or ti
neiber.; The guests .a~t .j~ 's a
hosts, an~nmasJed, seie by
d.iss Scarborough ~ into a
oom decirated' with& weirgdan
d forms,-where some time was
n trying to identify -each ot.ass- -
ng in review before Misses Louis~e land
ida Scarborough who we~ ijot^ dise
nised, each as fdsntified, iwmasked I
d assisted in the discover3o the
hers. Miss Mattie Lanham 'add Joe
(se~ning were thelast to b'e ide~tAled
d f~ratheir complete disguise"' ".
arded a "spook" in the -shaper.
upkin, Fhich iwas filled with 1i
tios .candy. A feature of the eventig
s the various means used to tell- th(
fortunes of those present,.sone of -~tc
sleast, will prove prophetic. oe.
least attraction of the evening - te
vocal music rendered by Mies - atry
lopton of Charleston. and MissLo~uise
Scarborough, the hostess. Refrsb
ments, consisting of a salad .eo
were served by Misses Louisead .i
Thiere was no regular servrecft- the
Manning Presbyterian church-Sday
morning, but a congregatioksioein
was held with Elder Wallace?/low~
den geting as modergibr. The objirdt of
the meeting was to consider the resig
nhtion of tbe Dastor, which was tedr
aa week ago. The followningp -
ble and resolutions offered is .'
C. I~yis and which explain *mselues
were' adopsed by a rising vote.'
"Whereas, the Rev. A Ly.. Woodsoh,
pastor of this chuch, has tindered his
resignation of 'his pastorate-to tge ses
sion, who duly calred this correregation
al meeting, such resignation to~take ef
fet on the last day of this year; and
"Whereas. this congr gaton, as it
remebers all its pastor . s done for it
since coming to us, particularly in rid
ding the church of a great and burden
some debt, .are loath to give him up,
et as the matter. has been presented to
us, we feel that we are giving him up
to an enl'arged field of usefulness to 'the
whole church;' -
"Now, be it resolved, That we reluct
'antly accept this resignation and direct
our representative to P'resbytery to join
with our pastor in the request to Pres
bytery to dissolve the relation between
him and this church.
"Resolved, further. That we desire
our said pastor to feel that he and his
family are leaving us with our deepest
gratitude and love for all they -have.
done for us during their stay among us,
and that we pray God's richest blessing.
may amend his labo-s in the enlargea'
field to which he has been called.'
A. Mitchell, a general merchant'near
Bagdad. Ky., writes us: "I think Foley
Kidney Pills one of the greatest kidney
medicines there is. My daughter was
in terrible shape with kidney trouble
and I got her .to take.it.'- She is com
pletely cured now. t' think it one "of
the greatest medicines made." -The
Dickson Drug Co.,' Manning, Ldon
Oat the Highly Int ing. Circus Pro
gram of the $parks-Shows.
- The managrement of the SparksShows
have made it a study for years to give a
circus program replete in. all particu
lars, and knowing full well the impor
tance of some high-class animal actson
the program, have this year imported
from Germany several.acts that can.not
fail to creat a sebsation. The Germans
have made anitpal training a .fine-art,
and some of the 'most botable .animal
acts in this couptry are but copiesof'h t e
wonderful aets as tbey .are produced
across the water. .
The-acts imported from Gerinnythis
season include a spectaculac;.equine
drill and pyramid performa r .'by a
group of Arabian -stallions to 'idid
to be the'most beautiful-iece -of hoise
traioibi eer-attempted:, ,The herd of
perform:ng elephants -under the- irec
tion of-their trainer, Paul 11aobyj Til
produce groupings, pyramide-aiiT n
euvers heretofore thoug; impossible.
A group, of forest bred' -African- ions
will also bold an-important place on:
this interesting program on.accounrtf
the wodderfpl control their trainer;M; .
Fritz runner, hasover these really-fe
rociousman-kiI ing beasts.
The extensive ienagirisecarried by
by show also affords antsual interest'tq
tbose who-are fond of studying .animal
life. In it are. presented many new
specirens hitherto unknown to the zoos
Besides the trained animals some'of
,he world's greatest gymnasts, aerial
ists. acrobats and equestrians have a
?lace on the bill, and .after tbe grand
pening spectacle, which is brilliant in
ts coloring and massive in effec, the
rogram will go forward 'with.so much.
;fe and vigor, the acts will all' be of
;uch a" higb order and classified to-snub
nicety, that the most crical andiece
amnet help 6lnt be pleased.3
The Sparks Shows wil-give 'to com
ilete exhibitions in ;his city QA1 Tuesday
The Game Law.
N A- 2IITIED
S i'ON OF
itC -N B Y
CH. SON FOR
e of South
urbed, ana. w it ca - w... ---
a ht ,rp ued raryV to thiss$en
r '6 prisoned eday for each: dol
ir fied spd iniabl, fot to exceed one
undr A o' fide dalthirty'da ysin~
risotd4ea t- yPoided .It shall be un
wful or~i persons to cast
broad'oh Dfa ith anly fodata
ve to b6 ~ yfeid, farm r
mds foI'A ps'of mtn-'
Iootin- 'w en th4 15si5a~o
Irckd' yfire c be1o
-Washgtpii - 12--16.
O iebount.o & e occasion-thIe
tlantio - will sell reind
rip tick --ahl pdlfdts off its lines,
n Waoveae ,i;312'1Z and 14,
I. C.,-, - ith return~ 'it, .to
eac-A. a~t~n 'on not' later
bans ted ~~aemer 1p 1912 -
,Fo lirticulars, schedules,
se s,,t., apply to H. D. Clark,
3*k ~ !anmng, S. C.,,r'ad
ess, White, G, P. K.
- Wilmnington, N.~
hle farmers union will haye asrally
ay zn'' ati )a Turbeville on tire 13jih
sa Ev 1~lis urged .to attend4Jis
ieetin!, alid those* *hof are .not merg
er together witli'the ladies are, in
'fed to be present~' There will bliiid
dd-ess deliverer-by aominent Union
aan., .I:hiugou basts and--lettis all
USINESS LOCALS. *r
Found-A ladies' broach; owner can
ave game by og.ling at Times 'ofEce.
For SaJ..1?tr - Pulies .of fine
~reed. .p~ t.-- M. James, Man
ig, S. C. ~
relieved in.30 minutes by Wool
ord '-Sapij miotion. Ne-e~r fails.
for'Sa-A'few' 'erks&e Pigs.
[hearee ted. to egistrition, and
~bot rea sis. P~4e reason -
ble. A 4. McFaddin. -
--- ak any case
4 1 .taken '~n
-c'"he - : no;. eturn.
Farm - ral , Marlboro
armers ha ~ diet tienidarms
n Claren -~t me what you
iave and Qpby Newton
-- 2ITH CAROLINA
EI . Har ,'A. D. Haiby, J. M. Ear
by and.Horace.Harby, Es Trustees
under'tif;Last Will and.Testament
or HoraeHgrby..deceased. PlaIn
R. , W ~ 5- Trustee. M. F. Hel
ler an'd W.*P. Hawkins,-efendants.
UNDER AND BY VTRTITE OF A
Decretal Order Qf the Court of'Common
Pleas foik'larendon County, dated the
0th d fSeot'ember, 1911, Itwill sell to
the i'dder for cash, on Monday,
the a cember, A. D., 1912,
the same ltesday, in front of the
Court Hoffse at- Manning, in said Coun
ty, within 1eiad hours -of sale, the fol
lowing real esta te:
411 that parcel of land situate in
t fcounty of Clar-endon'and State
aforesaid, containing one hundred
an'd-'fdrty four (144) acress, more or
less, adjoiningland-of A. B. 'Hogan,
of- V. H. Cole, -of WVhite and others,
all of which'will more full'y appear
by reference t'o a plat made by E J.
Browne, Surveyor, dated the--day
of -1906, recorded in plat
book numbexfon page 0- in the of
fid of Clerk-.of-Court for said County
itd State. -
: Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. GAMIBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
'Every Cowntry of the v,
Assination has always been one or.
dangers co which personages prominent
in the politict world have been partic
ularT exposedi.nd hardly any country
cean boas itself free from that crime.
Abrahptm Lincoln, the first of the
tbree Anierican presidents to be mur
dered, was assassinated as .he was cele
brating the triumphant close of the
Civil wir. On Good Friday, April 14,
1865, .just. as tbe north was rejoicinaat I
the. eud of the long struggle with the 1
:Snb, he attended Ford's -t.beater in 2
Washington to see a performance of t
"Our Atnerican.Cousin." An actor, John r
Wilkes'Bootb, crept to the back of his 3
box soonafter the curtain had risn -atid t
sleht himfotn behind. Then, reaping on .
'the Rtage, -he brandished a dagger. L
shouted "Sic semper tyrannis!" and es- I
ped-through the stage -door. Lincoln
was carried across the street to a small e
'house and died. there at 7 o'clock the I
.next morning. At thersame time an at- ]
teupt was-made to assassinate Secre- o
tarf Seward in his own house.
The next president to be slain was I
James A. Garfield. On July 2, 1881, a
f e w. months after his- inauguration,
Chailes JTGuitean, a disappointed office
seeker. siot him down in t'e Baltimore
ard Potomac railway station in Wash
ington. The avowed purpose of The ass- -
assin was to secure the succession of
Vice-President Arthur; who, he believ
ed, would -ba more favorably disposed
to the "Stalwart" wing of the Republ.i
can party. Garfield lingered for more
than two months. He was taken from
.WashinfonSo Elberon, N. J., and died I
thereon Sep.tember 19. -
-William.McKinley fell a victim to-the ,
doctrines of anarchy. Like Lincoln, he 'i
had been re-elected ana seemed to be,
about to inaugurate a new and unpor
tant policy in regard to foreign commer
cial relations' He went to Buffalo to
speak at the Pai-American exposition, c
and there, sa$ be was holding"a recep- C
ion, he. was shot down by Czolgosz. t
The man approached him in the fine of b
citizens; holding a revolver concealed t
by 'a hiandkerchies.r. As he reched the r
president, apparently intending t o a
shake- his hand, he fired with fatal ef- a
feet. McKinley . was carried to a. near- q
by house, and lived for eight days after d
his wound. r
Foreien countries have had their full
.hare of such assassinations as these, 'd
,nd in many cases death has overtaken c
. ruler ont state occasion, when he was h
naking -a public progress to perform an c
important function. f3
So, on March 21, 1881; the Czar Alex
nder IL~of Russia, was blown to pieces A
ly a bomb as be was on his way to the
rinter place. He had been distinguish
d by hs liberal views and his desire
o ameiiorate conditions in his empire,
.ut he was struck down through a con
piracy of'Nihilist. So, too, a 'few years
go, a plot in the army caused an artil- 1j
. sry satu a in honor of the present czar it
: take the form of a discharge of Ioad
d pieces directly in the direction of the b
nperial household. - o:
President Carnot of France was the ci
aly head of a foreign republic beside tE
resident -Borda Idiarte of Uraguay, to o
a assassinated of late years. He met n
s death in Lyons at the hands of an d
alian anarchist, Caserio, who killed ai
im on June 24, 1894. He had gone to p
the exhibition of arts and sciences, apn ci
had been enthusiastically greeted' on. of
the way. Just as he stepped into his g1
carriage on his departure from the.
budipg, Caserio sprang up on the-step, ti
waving a-paper as though it were a pe- ki
_ition. The guards permiteedhim toap- a:
rooch the president and he drew a LI
agger 'and stabbed him in the body.
he wond was mortal and- Carnot died Si
he next day. se
.One of the most terrible of political tr
sassintions was that of King A.lexan- 11
er and~ueen -Draga of Servia on-June
l1-, 1.9Q3: That little kingdom bad been -
orn wfttternal strife, and King Milan -
ad been forced to abdicate in favor of
his son. -Alexander believed in drasticj
easures; and in a country seething
wih revolutionary and liberal feeling
attempte. make the power of the3
rown more-and more absolute In par-3
'cular he offended,'his subjects by his
On the evening- of June 10, 1903, a
nmber of officers forced their way into
he, palace,. aided by their comrades,
s'hewere supposed to be on guard.
1eyreached the royal chamber and
:wr~erfaced by King Alexander with his
qien in his arms. They demanded his
Imiediate abdication He refused, and
finmediately a- storm of bullets fell on
the royal pair. They were shot down
and the throne was given to Peter of
the house of Karageorgevitch, the pres
et reigning monarch.
~The assassination of King Humbert
ofItaly; on'July 29, 1900, on the other
and, was inspired by anarchistic feel
ing. A band of anarchists with head
-quarters in Paterson, N. J'., selected
Angelo Bresc~i to slay the king, who had
already, three years before, been expos
ed to anarchistic bullets. The king wents
to Monza to present the prizes at a gym
nastic competition. No special danger
was -feared, and no particular precau
tions were taken; but as he was leaving
tejhall ana stepping into his carriage,
Bresai fire4.ihrnee times, one of his shots
finding dd ent in the king's heart.
King Carlos of Portugal and the
Crown Prince Luis fell 'victims to a rev
olutionary eobspiracy on February 1,
1908. The kingdom had been in a fer
ment for some time with the republican
feeling wchich led a year or two ago to
the abolition of the monarchy. The roy
-l- famIly had been at Villa Vicosa, and
itvas known~thatrthey were about to
'rffui-n to their palace in Lisbon. As
-they drove through the streets the con
spiators opened fire upon them with
carbines. The king the crown .prince
fell dead,'but Queen Amelia and prince,
SOf all the assassinations of crowned
heads of recent years perhaps the most
dastardly was that of the Empress.,hlz
abeth of Austria at Geneva on Septemn
er 10, 1898. The empress had lived a
blameless life, and had known more
than her full share of sorrows. She
was famed-for her charities, and her
lve of traveling was regarded with re
spect and affection by those who came
within her influence. But as she was
staying at Geneva. and was walking
quitly to her hotel the French-Italian
anar.hist Luccheni attacked and killed
- attempts to assassinate crowned
,eas'here has been a very large num
ber:,. Even so beloved a sovereign as
Q' n -Tictoria was exposed three or
tour times to the shots of would-be
murderers, who were generally thoug'i
to have been insane. King Edward was
the victim of an attack while traveling
in Belgium. But the most sensational
assault on royalty was committed upon
Kin'Alfonso of Spain and his bride,
the-Princesm Victoria of England, as
thy- were driving home after their mar
riage ceremony. A bomb was thrown at
the royal procession, and the carriage
in which' the newly married pair was
driving was so badly shattered that they
were forced to complete their .journey
in another, but neither the king nor
queen was injured.
Huntsville, Ala., W. C. Pollard, a
well known citizen, says: "I have used
Fole's Honey and Tar Compound and
foundl it most excellent preparation. In
fact, it suits my case better tnan any
cough syrup I have ever used and I have
used a good many, for I am now over
seventy years old " The Dickson Drug
Co. Mannmng, Leon Fischer Summerton.
Samuel E. Mc:.
and Samuel Raymont.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE U_
)ecretal Order of the Court of Commot.
'eas for Clarendon County,. dated the
8th day of September 1912. J will sell to
he highest bidder for cash. at th.
isk of - defaulting purchaser ou
donday the 2ndtday of Decenher, 1212,
he same being salesday, in front of th'
uurt House at Manning, in said Couu
y. writhin legal hours of sale, the fo
Dwing real estate:
All that tractotTaid-in Clarendon
ouuty said. Stae,'ontaining one
undred and-,* fares, more or
ess, bounded 6'Worth- by land
f D. R. Daid East by lands of
Vheeler .and of Burgess, South b:
auds of the estate of Burgess, anu
Vest by the public road leading to
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. GAMBLE,
- Sheriff Clarendon County.
sankrupt's Petition for Discharge,
Iislrio W111011 01 IMe 41106i _Slt1s,
)ISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
n the matter of John A. Zeigler, trad
ing under the firm name of'Zeigler's
'o the Honorable H. A M. Smith.
.Tudge of the District Court -of the
United States f'onthe District of South
John A. Zeigler of MIaning in the
ounty of Clarendon and tate of South
arolina, in said district', represents
hat on the 20th day of.Oetpber, 1911,
,e was duly adjudged Bankrupt under
he acts of Coogress..relating to bank
uptcy; that he has-duly surrendered
i his property and rigbts-of property.
nd has fully complied with all the re
uirements of said acts and of the or
ers of the court touching his bank
Wherefore he prays that he may be
ecreed by the court to have a fuil dis
harge from all debts provable against
is estate under said bankrupt acts, ex
ept such debts as are except by law
roin such discharge.
Dated this sixteenth day of October,
. D., 1912. JOHN A. ZEIGLER,
ORDER OF' NOTICE THEREON.
DISTRICT OF S. C.-ss.
On this 19th day of October, A. [),
)12, on reading the foregoing petition,
Ordered by the court, that a hearing
e had upon the same on the 22nd day
f November, A. D. 1912. before said
:urt in Charleston in said district, at
,n o'clock in the forenoon, and that
tice thereof be published In The Man
ing Times, a newspaper printed in.said
strict, and that all known creditors
d other persons in interest may ap
ar at the said time and place and 1how
Luse, if any they have, why the prayer.
the said petitioner should iot e:
And it is further ordered by the court,
iat the clerk shall send by maiL -all'
own creditors copies of said pettion
id this order, addressed to them, at
teir place of i-esidence as stated.
Witness the Hon'orable H. A. Md.
nith, Judge of the said court, and the.
al thereof at Charleston in said dijs
ics on the 19th day of October, A. D.7
12. RICHARD W. HUTSON,
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Bakrupt's Petition for Discharge
lliS~IlI~Cf 60010 TOf 10ul i 810108,
DISRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
matter of Reubin Gordon, Bank
'rrable H. A. Tvf. Smith,
district court of the
-he district of South
Weerefore he pt.
7c"'r', b. the court. o,
ar1- ~ from all debt.s 'pro
his estate under said B.tnk:uj.
exceti such debts as are exceptet.
law from such discharge.
Dated this 23rd day of October. A. D.,
1912. REUBEN GORDIN.
ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON.
DISTRICT or S. C.-s:
O. this 26th day of October, A. D .
1912, on reading the foregoing petition.
Ordered by the court, that a hearing
be had upon the same on the 29th day
of November, A D.. 1912. before said
court at Charleston, South Carolina. in
-said district. at 11 o'clock in the for,
noon, and that notice thereof be pub
lisbed in The Manning Times a newspa
per printed in said district, and that all
known creditors and, other persons i
inte-rest may appear at the said time
aid place and show cause, if any tne%
have, why the prayer of the said peti
tioner should not be granted.
And it is further ordered by the court.
that the clerk shall send b mail to all
known creditors copies of said petition
and this order, addressed to them, at
their place of residence as stated.
Witness the Honorable H. A. M.
Smith; Judge of the said court, and the
seal thereof at Charleston. S. C., in said
district on the 26th csy of October, A
D., 1912. R W. HUTSON,
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