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The Cure, I Reel. Adrift in Big City, I Reel.
Psychology Moment. 5 and 10c.
The Alternative. I Reel. Love and Dyna
mite, I Reel. Elusive Dramond. I Reel. 5
OUR MUTUAL 6IRL starts Monday and wil
ands of men, so has the Hudson
River and other railroads. Why?
Because, the tendency of poli
LOUIS APPELT. Editor ticians at this time is to play the
railroads for political effect, but
MANNING. S. C., APRIL 15, 1914. they have carried it too far.
When men of families go home
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY with empty dinner pails because
they have not been able to se
CANDIDATES FUR 0VERNL. cure the employment to fill
The candidates for governor those pails, they cannot look to
are making known their respec- the political agitator for relief, I
tive platforms at this time nor can they feel kindly towards
which, to our mind is a good those who brig on the condi
idea, even though some of them tion which caused suffering and
reach the conclusion later they want in their homes.
have misjudged the intelligence When zhe two cent rate was
of the masses. Our good friend pending before our legislature
Maj. John.G. Richards, without this same Mr. Richards was an
anybody asking him, has inject- Interested spectabr throughout
ed the liquor question into his the discussion, we thought then.
'platform; in this we think him adw hn oh ol
rather unfortunate. We recall hv engetydspone
how great he was in the chain-hahetegornadhi
pioning of the cause of the late,otecoaitrsuceddn
but ra)t lamented state dispen-getntebilaoedtwud
sary. how he fought and strug-haerbdtemooiefter
gled to retain that demoralizing pak odsusbfr h
institution, like "the boy that msebtte a swl e
stood on the burning deck ti ujc lnbcue h
whence all but him had fled" pol r o rigatocn
Richards with a deathlike griprteothraladbthy
clung to it until it went down, aeugn n laigwt
then, and not until then, did hethireesnavstoctdw
about face, and become a Prohi-taain
bitionists. It was a beautifulThnorgdfiedH.
sight to behold, John G. Rich- RcadLMnig fSme
ards rushing out of the camp of hssudda dawihwl
the state-dispensarites, into themaesesiupndtkno
prohibition camp, pushing thetie Heposstoemt
stalwart Prohibitionists out of tepo rpryhIebt
the way to make room for him.tonadcutrfmta
He, without any rehearsing, be-toiAfnidasr.W
came a Prohibitionist of Prohi-wolntobetiMrMaig
bitionists. more orthodox thancolabistxtonaogt
the superintendent of the anti- ebcue fteei n n
saloon league, if that is possible.thnwedmoalyaetop,
He ecae asoaed-n-te-wolurei txsh ate e mplymn who fial
Prohiitioist, ndnwwh to paboils they ncinousthingto
we fnd? hissameJohnGte pliica asigitaor forsrelief,
Richrds n hs pltfor ad ora hey feSince lyr Moannngs
Wesouldnotomplin torseso iston te comd
havng onert tooucasetio ni eaused su erin- n
bu watgtsou oa i cn-sancei thoe ho mmes ed
ver soeelhketha yo canotexpese surprien atsc wa
kno ho lng e as om toppditng eomineom egsatr ma
stay-te lenth of isen is ofM Mr.ichrs go absn
rejoce, r g int ectacisnoerSenatored h Lpcat> th rgnu
theconert Rchads Loalthe discussionewe toupotthn
Optonits nouh t jr tosefo goero hink ao gien woud
who ~~ ~~~have ketubih iasaement soeoy hichpoine
ositon i pehapsthemostcon we nt.he oenor, jond him
sistnt tteanc he as ade inthe FoaaorsrBil utce ei
Major ichard is no alone ingr the Fortnerdopted-ith thel
thisfalacy HonChrleA.amendmbethe of eaore Clf toni
Smit too as ell s Goerno nwit t aedcussibeforeathe
Bleae, eemto ee te jstiemlss, but e our opiio unece
of agitat ~ ~ eolear nt ring a two centpasnsayhoerwcnotxet
ger ~~~~~~rate onnh railroadtris, but theseysigihe etee
it o appnstha w beieedo ae gn a theing wsth
whe ths mttr ws pndigheira repretas we ustw
not fr th pubicgod, Tndes coti god tharted Have
chang oureliefwecnno ard usIon.fo Man ifferent S amte
agreewith hem.The rde s esouned an iderta manc fiol
curentnewcanotbutbeon-akeig soffiestu and ta not-e
vincdofthe isdo oftithhi. i all pofoses toiews-we
perittng he wo entratbilher nor o propy or beth
to becomewalaw; lokuatrthefsycophant
conitinson nef here tion, We cane didare wit eu
railroa systesintewUnit d fredn oje inMr matters,
State, brughtabou by cheuad yetoive tatemour art
requremets o theIntestaer ec upor on the re issuoe
the seeraltateegislturshLin for oveorease oway
the ennsyvna sstemn-hasoolie at taxsn the an behof
Prohibitovert 2and0 n htriead itrnsoha n
Baltimore anThisom Jhs aloGmni.h tae n tiu
throw souo employmenh t thou s snceebleohttfeetd
THE PASTIME NEW THEATRE.
I be with us once a week for 52 weeks. The prodi
can't afford to miss a single one of these pictures
[F P ASTLl&
mill demonstrate his statesman- stone, said die, refused to give
hip to the extent that he will Dago Frank the Catholic, a
;oon become a national figure chance, after his three Jew
just as President Wilson did in ish companions in the most
ew Jersey when he was made solemn hour of their lives,
3overnor. declared him an innocent man.
An awful responsibility! Great
A HEARTLESS EXECUTIVE. as is the State of New York and
The execution of four men con- great as is the honor of being its
icted of killing Herman Rosen- governor, we would rather be
hal the gambler in New York, the humblest citizen of that
ook place Monday. Every ef- State, ed
ort was made to get the gov- against us the act of Governor
rnoIto reprieve the sentence Glynn refusing mercy to the one
)f these unfortunate creatures, man whom his comrades plead.
ut he was obdurate; we have ed his innocence. ITis better
o doubt that his position will that ninety and nine guilty
3e commended by many, but we escape than for one innocent to
bhall not be among the number. b. punished. but even if the
n our opinion, the execution of three Jews went to their death
he gunmen is the result of a with a lie on their lips when
plitical factional fight in New te adterCtoi ord
ork-it was the murder of wsincnteduto ul
osenthal that made it possiblebyucadelrtowsbod
or the election of Mitchell astoceewudhvwarnd
layor, before this event, it was aynra a rnigasa
~onceded on all sides, that it wasofecuinifotaomu
seless to oppose the -wishes of toio etne ni hs
ammany; when the Rosenthaldelrtosyigecaton
murer as ommtte an asitveroe could efrther ibe
Beceron o th plie tore humblaed. ctzn f a
beigrspnsileorthecrieate, ha x avued beceofrde
~ av ofinigatin wep ouacyns of thew Yorkof Cierno
ver he ciy andthe prty n euitn therc blodo thin
powe wascauht itheflod i innocen a . is 'Tis hands,
Govrno Glnhasdemn- nh illebe andnihe acord
~tred hs ufibnss fr tescape thisfo ne innocenfinal
~reat positionuhesocupies. Aevedgifette
Lawwih usic, nd spcill, swhre wil the seen he
~harc o th goernentsholdheyJ saic'heirg caling pond
ict ith he geatet catio s theDeocrtic cl dubs of thel
~utwhe threis dobt evn cuy to asebleto Satubound
ouh itmay e reotetheo5h inant, forl he purransedo
an ho hs th staing an reoranizatin electing of ostay
d reusesto *se i, in our cesx eion f th county
)piio, il behed ccuntbl ectivofmentee, und dhese
~ Go. Theseverl gun eclratesons-dcuynv enrtions
wurermn ba charter n s, T deea coull be fcrhen on
seker oe gamleth oiee anforceo terpesn luol
belonhaged aango hoict isbtitsolobrokdnot
ence ueponswilefo the ereo aepseaatesce
,wavced cam infgao cretetaiswlrmoehirne.
)e the aeilk-end ho would Thsiinyipotnadi
ow esitate caughtein away thfsloodt.ohepesdnto
Liveotr elnohs tosemon- clbt av i lu al
traedmses ornfores payoru the e oehraddlgtscoe
jurytinprsonshe t oular At h onycnvnin twl
ovemr nventsdyi them rote mmee ha w er
Bcierns, was lsoul cnforctae the peleddorgd
dw wih justichargnd withecingtelciolfyeatsofmc
he mn the sat estaked thoe guncneucthywrinfe
harg tof theroked"rsenthaldn st h ersue hm
cot with he wilgre caonths h ifrdRthmo
ut when hscae is agoubn cleden, n esrswr o
ou ito wa boved eoe thedifrnbtuneotad -
anowvor dec-ee thtn h a an gehc ih oefo
ndonfully cousict, an gaeour feene
pimnowilher chned accutaend Isdfeetti er e
y alGd Thelinsera T uen a asteei1a lmn h
hne n ribeds, coudieve sietaeiiaendmth v
'aedofaied to secran repromiev ieeo oigacrancaso
ai, afted thie teondlvesa o ht epe ayihsee
ie utnanthi ecse, thea plead-metaswihopuasopo
oict camrepfrev untilatre cut-ocunycmag
f he Pasovera ik mark wof rwo eeigsuldhngwic a
ves o thei Jelws race s iltearoefte asst
hemelvsn tor hrstayibut wadtbhelo ooigb
uryinldhv besp n tonl poarwti en oscr oiia
Becker butho was also refusced oto.W aebe lsl
hn when wallssiblre hope hab lleeinghepltiaitr
hem mn, ath loedthe weblivuwnae-h cn
en the acaed"tre Rosenthamdneoftemseshnw
as given daed tia, n, ofsytwies motn o
:heir uuinber "Dao"iransisinnocent:ytt,.~tog ohscu
~hi ma, Gveror lyn Eecutve hen 2th dayo of April
-ho mst hav a heat nof nd t mane exsion is his,
Battle of Gettysbury. 5 Reels. True Irish
Hearts 3 Reels. 10 and 25c.
Jack Hoodoo. I Reel. Reporters Scoop, I
Reel. Unto The Week, 1 Reel. 5 and 10c.
Our Mutual Girl, I Reel. Return of Helen
Redmond, 2 Reels. The Sleeping Beauty,
3 Reels. 5 and 10c.
ction of this picture cost $1,700,000. You
views and actively participate command the peace, and main
in the selection of the delegates tain it, even at the bayonet's
to represent him in the county poin t.
convention. we believe they will
feel that we must regard the ad- $100 Reward, $100.
vice ncessaThe readers of this paper will be Pleased to
vice neeary for their good. leat tere isa onerea sease
It will not do to stay at home, stages, nd hatIsCatarrh.Hal'CatarrhCure
and by doing so, let a minority ' "rr a no*ntothoeu
secure control, then- afterwards c etaen internally. acting directly
complain; if you have not the " foudairo e
care or interest in your political =p* nsiution and assisting nature in
welfre o yor chldrn's el*doing its work. The proprietors have so much
welfare or your children's wel- fits curative powers, that they offer One
Haundred Dollars for any case that it falls to
fare, then you should not corn- e Send for list of testimonials.
Address, P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0
plain if, when you undertake to sold by druggists. 75c.
exercise the privilege of voting, Hairs Famy Pills are the best.
you are refused the same as a
negro would be in a general Contributions to Cemetery Fece.
Civic League.................8200 00
election, because you have Town Council............... 250 00
not complied with the reg- Mr. T. F. Coffey...........1000
Mr. A. C. Bradham ......... 10 00
ulations, made for the purpose Mr. J. W. Rigby...........10 00
of taking adva=ntage of your in. Mr. W. C Davis...........1000
difference. We regard it abso-..
lutely necessary for the clubs to MrJ.CPowe.....25
be well attended, not for theMrConrWls.....25
purpose of endorsing- any partic-MrB.AJhno....100
ular candidate for office, no, we Mr.SA.iby..... 0
should object to that, but for M.W .D~n.....30
the purpose of having only such MrE.SEri......50
representatives in the county MrEdeHot.....100
convention as represent the MrJhWis......25
wishes of the majority member-Mr.MS.Bon....100
shpof their respective clubs MrFade.......10
otherwise the representation Mr.FH.Sus.....20
Rv T. . Cofettle..... .... 10 00
woul befals. Ly evryting Mr. . C. Braniels..........10 00
asie Sturay he 5th an goMr. W. T. Levssne..........51 00
It nowbegin to lok lik J. C.ru Podye....... .. to5
gottenhis dnder panis r. A. CLarno Baron............ o5e 0r
sale Cnor hs............ Hos in
ing o mae Hurtaalut theMnr.t at 12 Jo'csockn....... on 00n
Unted tates lag. H has r R.e 4Venn f a,94,bing......50
Mr.e day tS. folling....... esat fo0
erd srog frcMor.vs ddies for rto1.......00
at nce ananumerMfrsi . M.ac . Bren. o.... .a00
M.Fe l dger ............ ac... 10
are bou to tar-the leve . M. Ri avid............res.
~~a .r. R .. Rbro 6 S a res........ n2s0
H.eF. St. 40 acrte...........i10s0
Thetrube asbrugtbo Mroh Wees E. Dailst....... 0
byste Sarrrday ofsoe Amercang MrW.T CLen.....50
It now beginsoolookloik
ofresicWon ywr hsoo rat last Jns,1ars
goed hswdaner , and fics o-PUL
apogized man he Mealed Estt fRn isn0ars
haved tes nciden inestiated Mayor-n,2ars
sder th itrong oe gov- lorneDks2ars
essents tousebr oin ThmiconCOCR
ait on, uninume an ecsehips ilo. o
The Untoe Sas. but eboubtS YSAP
chance artof eclae wArican0 GoeBke,1ars
mares order f a saued teal aah lrw 40ars
Mcanh colnseis apologarchingckrto,10 crs
read prisoers ihrouffiithe utreetsok15 crs
becus Tampcltey were isoo thei- S Fd0ars
apge , and ilntheseitate toed- .Mven 8ars
hvth nin i eseted, .'1cngt 10ars
jump pns JohephfParker5eaon
crippedt condorition Johhiskr,20acns
Tedeontfratishson bexuse Pucaespyfoppr.
forh dinretion on the bearto
Hurta's vor nrhless, theO OT CRLN
Merivilan willcomplyH witl giveSAT
thema orde thi gornenas t to- ConyheClrd
flesag s o f the United States HEAe- rbae
willdoas fUnll duty itswllhen bigt-om o rn hmmd
gesn and illo t exi adfe tofAintrioofhesaead
selves spo illaing iis rsnt ns l n iglrtekn
The demntrtio befre lag-bm n per eoemi h
lepioible orten preer-nS nth 6hdyo pi
troubes, tey mutgetoutBo next, r fte pulictry eetof, ato
1fo'Clarendon thCoenon, tilofe show
thecoutry adtenesoreor-cse if cahya they Coure hytei
der nd cviliatio. Unle annad dinitration shcould n.on ben
Oaranzs llof hemarebaday the Marh, Ay oMay, 1914. en
J. . icarsoJ. I. 1Hacs
itsan mrdres, utheshul Judgc.0ce of Pbuiling.
Field Day Visitors
You are cordially invited to make use of us on this
occasion. We shall take-pleasure in checking your par
cels or wraps and in every other way extending the
courtesies of our establish ment. Bear in mind, you are
not expected to spend a cent with us for any little atten
tion we may show you. Simply come in and make your
self at home.
Manning Grocery Co
Purveyors to Particular People.
When You Want the Best Meat,
See or Ring
He will Sell it for Less. All Meats
At 12 1-2c. Per Pound:
He does his own work-That is why
he can sell it for less.
W rrin. JA MES.
Alcolu Railroad Co.
TIME TABLE, NO. 13.
January 1, 1914.
Read Down. Read Up.
No. 1. No. 3. No. 2.
P. M. P. M. A. M.
SLv. 1:00 Lv. '7:50 0 Alcolu 2.5 Ar 7:50
L 1:05 L 7:55 2 McLeod 23 Lv. 7:45
a- 1:10 9.S05 5 Harby 20 " 7:40
1:20 8:10 7 DuRant 1S 7:25
" 1:35 " 825 12 Sar iniia 13 " 7:05
1:45 8:30 14 New Zion 11 " 6:55
1:55 46&" 8:35 15 Beard 10 - 6 :50
8- 2:30 " 8:50 17 Seloc 6:35
2:42:0 9:05 20 Paroda Jt 5 6:20
" 2:50 " 9:10 21 Hudson 4 6 :15
3:00 Ar. 9:30 25 Olanta 0 6:00 =
No. 1-daily except Saturday and Sunday.
No. 2.-daily except Sunday,
sot No. 8.-Saturday only.
All stations except Alcol and Olanta are flag stations for
all trains. These trains ran only as above stated. All mixed trains.
Alcoin S. C.P. R. ALDERMAN, T. M.
TH E RE IS A
Our Mule Pen, Buggy Repository,
Harness and Wagon Houses are Full.
We are today doing business with
a thousand satisfied customers who
were directed to us by their fathers
Fourth Car Mules
to: arrive next Monday.
A look, and our price, and goods make
you a customer-Guess the Reason.
IA COLD CURED FO
-~ ABSOLUTELY 6UARANTEED.
S If you want to get rid of that COLD or LAGRIPPE ~
just purchase twelve of our Capsules, compounded by
us. If taken as directed and they fail to cure, we will
~ ladly refund your money.
DICKSON'S DRUG STORE,
in Olarendon county should use WATKINS' REMEDIES,
Extracts and Toilet Articles. It is impossible for me to
see you all, and for your convenience I have placed some
of these goods in the B. L. Bradbam Meat Mark~et, where
they will be sold at the regular price and under my usual
E. C. G ROSS,
The Watkins Man.