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N We've every good thing in cool clothes and toggery for 100 degress in the shade, and we'll mak N
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Every Careful Dresser Gives Special Attention to His Outfitting During the
Hot Weather Season.
BLUE SERGE SUITS $10,-12.50-to $25.
PALM BEACH SUITS $6.50, 7.50, and $8.50.
Then to complete your comfort we've Straw and Panama Hats, Choice Soft Shifts, Thin Under,
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Times which will give even an
'~J% UJ~RI5Ih9D ~excuse for the assertion that we
are in alliance with the enemies
LOUIS APPELT. Edt of the national administration;
* j there is a class of newspaper
-M4NNLNG. S. C., JULY 1, 1914. writers who, when they are
-- I licked out in decent debate,
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY resort to lying, just what
___this weasel-faced editor of The
rup OR SUT UP. ecordhasdoneinthisinstance.
Of althasiineerfrma~esHe discovered that he could no
Of all the asinine performanceso
we have ever come across in a
.-Eespapr, ape~rd in Thehis brother-in-law's political
newspaper, appeared in The
SColumbia Record of the 25th, methods, and to muddy the
- - nst Theedior f tht nws-waters he gives a curish yelp; in
inst, The editor of that news
paper had undertaken to defend
the politia ehd fafc the Editor of The Times exposes
hepltical methods 'of a fac
tion in Charleston, but being
aversed to having our readers because he lost control of the
misled by the arguments of the Manning postoffice, and, he has
genius who presides over the made an alliance With the ene
editorial columns of The Record,
we have undertaken to show
tha-t both factions in Charleston
emply usa~ory ethdsandcat scheme; we demand that he
employ unsavory methods, and
'that neither are entitled to the show where at any time, either
esteem and confidence of the in these columns; or in. speech
people of the State. The head we said or wrote a word in ad
of the Martin faction is Sheriff verse criticism of the national
Martin, a brother-in-law of administration, failing to do so he
Editor Moore, recently imported has written himself down as an
from Georgia but formerly held unscrupulous perverter of the
a job in Charleston. The other truth.
faction is headed by Mayor AN OPPORTUNE TIME TO BE DELIVERED
Grace. who is without news- FROM FRIENDS.
paper support of general circu- It is annoying as well as
l'ation in the country, and one
time had the nerve to ran aept tol un o ae
for Attorney General. We have rept th re pomul e
no sympathy with either of these but as long as the misrable
factions, nor have we any sym
pathy with the people of Char- manufacture misleading state
leston as long as they permit e
political pirates to barter away cen, we supsehe cis
their birthright; this we havemethods must protect
endeavored to show, and, be- themselves. It has been reported
cause of it, Editor Moore winces to us that there is in circulation a
under the gaffs of truth,
after. twisting and quirmi Louis Appelt held a conference
until he could not twist and together with Ron. E. J. Dennis
squirm any longer he runs off a
yelping ki, ki, ki, ki like a hit c a to dea Ho R
cur. He turns round and snarls Whaley for Congress." There
back falsehood by intimating is absolutely no foundation for
that we have made an alliance this report. Louis Appelt has
with "the enemies of the Nation- not been at Moncks Corner in
al Administration" and gives as several years, has never been to
a reason that we lost control oft
the Manning postoffice. In then
name of sense what has the with Mayor Grace on this sub
national administration to do j in fact, he has not seen
with the rottenness of Charles- Mayor Grace rear enough to
ton? What has the Manning
ton: Wht ha th Man1n1 speak~ to him since the recent
postoffice to do with the politi- State convention, and then did
cal methods employed by that n have a o t t do
city's buccanneers? W.e defy ~o1a eswsid enya
Editor Moore to reproduce one o Gaewhl e a e
senenc fom he aningfetse omtt e asetonfha wc
Mr. Appelt was a member, and IT SHOUD BE MOM.
which committee, without a dis- The attacks that fare being
senting voice, refused to seat made by candidate Pollock upon
the Grace delegation. The peo- a private citizen do not appeal
ple of Clarendon should take to us as being warranted. He
warning from this,' and other has on several occasions, after
stories that are being industri- he left Charleston, referred to
ously circulated. If Mr. Appelt Col. lames Sottille in a most
desired to confer with anybody disrespectful manner, which we
he would not hesitate to do so, think not only wrong, but n -
but he has no reason to enter worthy of a man who posep as a
conferences, and be makes it a candidate for the United States.
rule not to do so. prefering to Senate. Pollock makes a stren
be left free and independent to act uous effort to arouse predjudice
and vote as his judgment dictates because Mr. Sottille isa member
In this particular instance, he of the governor's stiff, and he
stated in the last issue of The refers to him as "a sawed off
Times, that he purposed to vote pug-nosed Dago." We happen
for Mr. Dennis, and gave his toknow Mr. Sottille, and have
reasons therefore, this was his never meta more refined gen
right, and he exercised it as a tleman, always courteous, and
free citizen should. Under pres- ever ready to give his aid and
ent conditions Mr. Appelt feels encouragement to a worthy
justified in saying, that aside cause. He is an Italian by birth,
from his preference for the but came to this country a boy
personnel of the candidates and attended our schools, but we
for congress, he votes for have no doubt he is proud of his
Mr. Dennis, who lives outside nativity, as much so as Mr. Pol
of Charleston, as a rebuke to the lock is of his. A man is what
political methads of that city, he is, regardless of his nativity,
and does this without making a and should be so measured. Mr.
compact with anybody. It must Sottille is not in politics, Out a
indeed be a weak cause that successful and public-spirited
must be bolstered up with false- business man. In this day
hood. of commercialism we yen
tore the assertion there is no
WE ENDORSE MR MEDNINS SENTIMENT. man in the State who is held in
There is absolutely no sense higher esteem by business men
in the people of this county go. than this same James Sottille.
ing wild over who is chosen to He is noted for his straight for.
the United States Senate or gov- wardness, his bigness of heart
ernor, there is plenty of mater- and his loyalty to his city and
I al to select from, and every man his friends, then why should this
has the right to the exercise of man Pollock who should know
his choice. We would not have that he stands no more chance
any respect for a man if he per- for election, than a snow ball
mitted his vote to be influenced would stand of freezing in a pot
by any factional division. The of boilig water, go galivanting
time has arrived when men can over the State speaking disre
be chosen on their meritl and spectfully of this gentleman. As
we should do it. If designing long as candidate Pollock makes
politicians and their hired char e attacks upon Governor Blease's
acter assassins ar listened to, record he is within the scope of
there never will be any peace in his privileges, but when he goes
the land, because, it is on strife from that to make odious and
that selbish politicians and obnoxious references about a
atheir hirlings feed. In the private citizen who is the equal
selection of representatives to in every respect to either of the
the general assembly we shall cndidates for the Senate, we
ilnore factionalism, and make think it is outrageous amnd going
up our choice from the best ma- too far.
terial that is presented regard
less of who they voted for in How To (lve Quinine To Children.
the past or wvho they Will Vote FERRU ll Is the tadewkineive uto an
provedQuinn. Itis &Tasteless Sydp pleas
ant to take and does not disturb te sto.
foin tid oe, hI Children take it and neer know it is Quinine.
ernor,__thereisplentyofmater- an Also esellyaated to aduls whoycand
ha te igt oth eeris otae lordrcki whoe shonuseat knor
hischic. e wuln ase neatvoesnss nongg morte ha.cer
mite his voe tobeifluenc e ould stnd yof feezuning for a pur
byayfctinaldivsio. oTe. A forn 2-ouner origalivanTng
theres neve rl eran pac e is privieebu wn hentos
Perilcioss Activity. was the afternoon guest of Mr.
Editor The Manning Times:
AsI avntsenanthngi We regret to say that Mrs. J.
As I hav'nt seen anything InP
your newspaper from this place D_ McElveen who has been ill
in some time I thought 1 would for Sometime does not seem to
drop a few lines. beimproving.
Crops are fine, there is a
splendid prospect for an abund- $10O Reward, $1O0.
ant harvest, and everybody is The readers of this paper will be pleased to
learn that there is at least one dreaded disease
talking big crops and Dennis for that science has been able to cure in all its
stag-cs. and that is catarrh. Hal~s Catarrh Cure
Congress. Is the only positive cure known to the medical
By the way Mr. Editor, poL ls
tics must be getting warm about Catarrh Cure i? taken iaternally. acting directly
upnthe blodadmcu urae ftess
.Summerton where lives some tem. thereby destroying the foundation ofte
would-be'politicians, I heard two a
fellows from that political hub, doigits work. The proprietors have so much
I at nits curative powers, that they offer One
one of them is said to be the Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to
post master, and the other a biga cure. Send 'or list of testmonials.
C Address. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0
fine looking chap, they came Sold by druagists. --c.
here to see Mr. Baker, the post .-Halls Farr.ilv Pills arc the best.
master at this place, wbere the
people devote more attention to Notice.
their own affairs than to politics, otice is hereby given that pur
these men told Mr. Baker that suant to a comisSiont ised to the
they had heard he was a Dennis urdersigned by It. M. MeCown, See
man, and Mr. Baker said hat h retary of State, on the 26th day of
he ad ivd nar r.Jnne. 1914, authiorizing- them 'asa
was, that Board of Corporators, to open books
Dennis for ten years and he was. of subscription and to organize the
his personal friend, besides be r Pinewood Insurance Agency, a pro
ing an excellent gentleman of posed corporation which will have a
capital tock of One Tldusand Doly
nlars, divided into ifty shares of the
,Baker that Whaley might turn par value of. Twenty Daliars each,
him out if he supported Dennis, with its principal place of business
to which he replied that if Wha- at Piiiewood, S. 0., and which will
ley wanted to turn him out he e n the general instirance busi
donga i such other business as is
was at liberty to do so, that ee rauthrized by its charter. the books
would supportDennis regardless D of subscriptionyto the capital stock
of consequences. 0uof said corporation will be opened at
Mr. Editor I was under the the office of Lee & toise, at Sumter,
S. C., onl JulIy 6th. 1914, at ten o'clock
impression that Post Masters A. M.
were forbidden by the govern- PERRY MOSES, J.,
ment to mix up in politics, and I R. A. RIDGiLL.
think that when a fellow is liv Board of Corporators.
ing on public pap, and in a glass UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
house he should be cautious how
he throws stones, because it is Entrance Examinations.
a game two can play. a Ernice Examinations to the Uni.
There is no special news il VcrSity WfSouth Carolina will be aed
Denis iorit, e t taN h rs. oy e County Superintendent of Ed
this personalcriendy, bsestt be Pin the County Court House Fri
Cain wbo went to an infirmary day, July the hic, 1914. w h
in -harleston is getting on nice The University offers varied courses
f iyd study in science, literature, history,
Mr. Robert Baker is putting law adr n business. The uxpenses are
111moderate and many opportuni ties for
up a modern ginning outfit, and :~. upr r fodd ag us
the general health is good. ber of sheolarships are available. Grad
FAR. ER. ates of colleges in this State receive
fede tuition in all courses except in the
wastliert th School of Law. Fo full particulars
New Zion. reieeto THE PRcpIDENT,
University of South Carolina,
Mrs. H. H. Ev ans spent the Charleston, '
week end with her parents Mr. Fourth of July.
r frbd by H -Cheap Excursion rates via the A. C.
Mr. Ernest McIntosh was the L.. the standard railroad of the South.
in t e i On account of Fourth of Jul Excur
sion round trip tickets will be sold at
ris Sunday. er low fares at all stations on the
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Webster Atlanic Coast Line, on July 2.o and 4,
will spend part of this week in to all points within a radius of about
Sumter visitingx Mrs. R. E. threehundred ant twenty-rive miles
from the sellin point, limited return
Hodge. 'ing to reach original starting point
Misses Ethel and Ia Barrowprior to midnight of July 7th. Rates
were the afternoon guest of are not tade to points north of Wash
Misses Ethel and Lillie Morris iegton. For full particulars regarding
far-es. schecdule,-, etc., apply to H. D.
Friday. Clark. Ticket Agent, Manning. S. C.
Mrs. Jim Baker of Oeanta w..e. Craig. T. C. Wite,
spent last week with her son Pass. tratio inall Gen. Pass. Ain t,
Mr. Horace Smiley. spenWiithinhtohleN. C.
Mr. Anrew Morris lett Sat r - IChrs la Sdreap Euther Remedies Won't Cut.
dayfo Suay. ee e il ver lwcaes rat al staionstandthe
spe nd oMs tim wit hisestei-rAtrsantietc eLin, on Oly . It anldeve
Mil. ope Mor of sworkman in andpoints atithin sae taie. of about1.0
Order for Election. pat authorities of any incor
porated city or town of this
State of South Carolina, state, upon the petition, ,of -a
Town of Manning. - - majority of the free-holders of
WHEREAS, it is provided by said city or town, as shown by
Section 3015 of the Code of Laws the tax books, to order a special
of South Carolina of 1912 that it election in said city or town for
shall be the duty of the municip- the purpose of issuing bonds for
al authorities of any-incorpora- the erection and operating-of a
ted city or town of this State up- Waterworks Plant for said town
on the. petition of a majority of and the citizens thereof; and
the free-holders of said city or WHEREAS, a petition has been
town as shown by the tax books, filed with the Clerk of Council
to order a special eleotion in said of the Town of Manning signed
city or town for the purpose of by a majority of the free holders
issuing bonds foi the election or of the said town as shown by
establishing and the operation of the tax books, requesting the
a system of sewerage for said Town Connci of Manning to
town and the citizens thereof; order an. election therein' sub
and WHEREAS. a petitibn has mitting the question of issuing
been filed with the clerk ot bonds to the amount of thirty
Council of the town of Manning, thousand dollars for the purpose
signed by a majority of the free. of establishing a Waterworks
holders of the said town, as System for the said Town of
shown by the tax books request- Maining.
ing the town Council of Manning NOW THEREFORE IT IS
to order an election there-in sub. ORDERED by the Town Coun
mitting the question of issuing cil assembled and by authority
bonds to the amount of ten of same, that a special election
thousand dollars for the purpose be and the same is hereby Or
of establishing a sewerage sys. dered in the Town of Manning
tem for-the said town of Man- to be held on the 21st, day of
ning and the citizens thereof. . July 1914 according to the laws
NOW THEREFORE IT IS of the State of South Carolina
ORDERED by the Town Coun- pertaining to cities and towns
cii of the Town of Manning in at which election the electors of
Council assembled and by au. the Town of Manning who are
thority of same, that a special qualified to vote may vote "for
election be and the same is bonds"to the amount of thirty
hereby, ORDERED in the Town thousand doilars for Waterworks
of Manning to be held on the or "against bonds" to the
21st day of July 1914 according amount of thirty thousand dol
to the laws of the State of South lars for Waterworks. The said
Carolina pertaining to cities and bonds to be interest bearing
towns, at which election the elec- coupon bonds at a rate. not to
tors of the town of Manning who exceed six per cent per annum
are qualified to vote, may tvote for a period of forty years after
"for bonds" to the amount of the date of said bonds with the
ten thousand dollars for sewer- privilege of redemption after
age, or "against bonds" for twenty years from the date of
s e bd said bonds.
The said bonds to be interest IT IS ALSO ORDERED, that
bearing coupon bonds at a rate at said election the electors sball
not to exceed six per cent per vote for three citizens of the
mnnum. for a period of forty said Town of Manning for the
ears after date, with the priv- Commissioners of Pubbic Works.
lege of redemption after twenty The said election will be held
years from the date of said at the Town Hall in the said
ds Town of Manning, the polls will
At said election the polls will open at eight o'clock in the
pen at eight o'clock A. M. and forenoon and close at four
lose at four o'clock P. M., the o'clock in the afternoon, and the
same to be held at the Town managers of the same are S. J.
all in the Town of Manning, Bowman, C. W. Wells and E. B.
nd the managers appointed for' Brown. A.CBAD M
aid election are S. J. Bowman, A. C. BRADHAM,
. W. Wells and E. B. Brown. T. M. WELLS, Mayor.
A. C. BRADHAMI, Clerk of Council.
P. M. W ELLS. Whenever You Need a General Tonic
Clerk of Council. Take Grove's
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
Order for Election. General Tonic because it contains the
Ordr orEletrn-well nown tonicepropertiesof gmmIE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
State of South Carolina, Y out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Town of Manning. Builds up the Whole System. 5o cents.
WHE REAS, it is provided by invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
ection 315 of the Code of Laws The Old standard general strengthening tonie.
f South Carolina of 191-' that it GaRCVES T&SEEScilTNcdie u
shal b e the duty of the munici- .. -- a~aa.aa-m