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Week=End Summer EXcursion
to the Seasbore vii the Atlantic Coast Line, the Stan
dard Railroad of the South.
Round Trip Rates.
From Manning, S. C. to Washington. D. C.,.... $19.60
To Baltixnore, -Md. .....................19.60
T6 New.York Citv............ .---.. 28.60
ToBoston Mas.. ......................33.10'
Tickets o sale every day until September 30. via
Nortoikand Steamer. with final return limit October
T ISLE OF PALMS, S. C.-S2.20..
Tickets on sale for all trains each Saturday and
forenoon trins each usandaX until September 13th,
1014, limited retur.ning to. midnight of Tuesday next
following date of Sale.
TO WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH, N. C.-$7.75.
Tickets oasaleteverS day until.September 30, ID
itedi eturning until October 31, 1914.
For summer excursion rates to insny mountai,
ke and pleasure resorts, and for: 'y other informa
on servation etc. call on.
H. D. CLARK,
Saddress,- Ticket Agent.
WJ- CRATG T. C. WHITE;
Gon. Pass Agt.
~mi~ef~ SD becesion by the -Atlantic
~~~S anderd Railroad of e Seeh h
~ h~st daesdne tiose upon
~ .~ udt upon which the
~-b~b~ ~n& dte ast itiasiahe final
p~4~i da ip~zjwhih the. orgil
-~ ~. ( T . ~llbesold $o
- aa aona o I(1 and12: also
At 46t to QWI~t C sW -sTo efore A -
VS '!28 94=Ji. 8'
mi(AsIcaitaieofides on-Morisationc an
.tlightaa roll-re alik wecoe.t Agredort
ge a nt emger~T~afficu W i
Harnessand Wag n o e are Furl.
a Josn sa ise cutomerwho
~ Zi i
you a custmer-G-uaes li e e ase.Ou o on.
Bring us your empty
change lall Tanks. large si
$2.00, lWe have in stock
and can make the price ric
gaaranteed to give satisfac
Our:Garage is just son
THERE A MEAL OR I
Delicious Ice Cream, Refresi
CANDIES on ice in
Delicacies n Seas'
DIXIE CAFE is the Name
Famoned by Advesity
[any 3aman neyer .foun&- hime
ntil he lost aehe hohad. .Adversity
stripped hiin only .to ~discoar -han.
Hardahipsand obstacles are.the mal
1n,4 eauty.: The -ardship of pv
erty-may bdng 0utthe m0 inni..
We always do .or best'rhlde fitig
'at aitlftliy to -tlu
at the heart o00ets,
oHN G CAPERS. (of SoutnCarolina).
Ex-Cemimoner Interna Rvneu
JOSEPE D. WaIGHT.:.
QPES k WEIGHT,
* ~ ~ AN~S T- -A*
ASTING. KD.C. -
ATT9ENRY AT -LAW,
MANNINGS S. C
W ARDS= &PERRITT.
la CIVIL ENWINESRS
Ofliee Over Home Bank and Trust Co'.
MAlI@NG, S. C.
Upstair over 3anie of neDt.
MANNfNG. S. C.
Phone No 3 -
iEverything of the best fcr
the personal wear and adorn
muent of both sexes.
We. fil1 mail oinders carefully
10 Tons Soda -Cheap
Easy Tertns. Apply to
Manning, S. C
avigorating t h aeadScl
Le Old Standard general shtoie'
RovW'S TAsTZLrSSA chill TONIC ves out
em. A true tonic. Ftor adultaand chlldren. 50e
There are eleven candidates
for governor; L. J. Browning,
. G. Clinkscale, R. A. Cooper,
. T. Duncan, W. C. Irby, Jr.,
. L. Manning, J. B. A. Mullally
. G. Richards, C. C. Sims, C.
. Smith, M. L. Smith.
Four for lieutenant governor;
. .). Bethea, W. M. Hamner, J.
. Hunter, B. F. Kelley. A. W.
ones and J. A. Sumnmersett for
omptroller General; M. C.
Willis, and W. W. Moore for ad
utant and inspector general; T..
. Peebles and A. G. Brice for
ttorney general; James A. Can
ler. G.. W. Fairey, C. D. Fort
er, F. W. Shealey, J. H. Whar
on, W. I. Witberspoon for rail
United States Senate; Cole L.
Blease. E. D. Smith, J. D. Jen.
2ings, and W. P, Pollock.
Congress 1st District: E. J.
Dennis. and R. S. Whaley.
No opposition to the Secretary'
f State, Superintendent of Ed
cation, Treasurer, or Cornmis
siner of Agr-icniture.
Gas Tanks. we will ex
re At $2.50 small size- at
i very good line or Supplies
'ht. All of our goods are 1
tion. Give us a trial.
th of the court house.
.UNCH CAN ALWAYS
Ing Drinks, NUNNALLY' S
all sizes and prices.
>n of Every Kind.
Be sure to bear in mind, for
nrmous Demand forMatches.
The consumption of matches has
recheAmang proportions. Aceord
Ing to 'the Lancet; about 18;000.000
40ss of -,boes are consumed per-.an
Mam, 63 per cent. ot .wUh *ere oifthe
"stitkeanywhere" an f7 S'er eezt. of
the .safety vaiety. This is 2.2,5,000
000 boxes and more than 500,000.000.
000' matches. Friction u atches weas
rat used In 13.:
g ood bawe y Awiellessf
adtg ong to etoda
ahe incoimts of amersit and
me hol ave and accust at
godHak~er~ itg Co. e a
we-he CAeesTN i. Bes
somotin. Tish bank ns;olucins
the aonts;o Sc n Door anld
oml Ba (and rust (hal
Hoyu acker Mfgay Cmoketn
cetcigarSal S.-Wel h
Dors Sshte rBins; ou
nd ervustrs ril and ale
Onants; Scy reten Dsrem
remedy, ash odandshv testine'.
Pat Was t o mEcoie.e s
Smloy ann druggist'sa haer
Dr.tKging'so thi tLmeP s.
Oh! Ye Candidates.
Am. a meeting of the Cla reudon CountyI
Democratic Ex-eutie Committee held
at Manningr on .)une li, 1914. the fol
lowing assessments upon candidates
for various CConnty otilces were made:
For State Senator $50 00.
For' ouse of Represeotatii es $25.00.
For Judge of Probate $30.00.
For County Treasurer $50.00.
For bounty Auditor $50 00
For Magistrate at Manning $15.00.
For Uaiistrate at Summerron $10.00.
For Magistrate at, Alcoln and Pinte
wood, each 7.50
For Magistrate at. Turbeviil.-. N;-w
Zion, Foreton and Pas vine. eter $5.00
]t was tesolved by the eopmsnitee!
that the Maeiitrarto he vot-,1 ror in the
primary election as follow.:
Magistrate at.Turhevil:e to be voted
upon at tne Douglas, Sandy Gron-.
Gibbons Mill and Selnc Ciubs.
Magistrate at Ne x Zion to be vot dI
upon at the New Zion, .Midiva ti- -
dinia and Oakdale clubs.
Magistrate at AIcub: to I.,- .vot d]
upon at the Alcolu, Fork and Harmony
Magistrar.e at Mannin h t h ted
upon at the Clarendon, 1 nin., Far:
ers Platform aod Bloumvimie clui.
iMagistrate at Foresion to be upon at
the -Frston. Foreuin R.-form and
Dr. Swamp clubs.
Magirate at Sumnerton to ha voted
upoi at the Summertoo. Liavis. Station.
Jordi, Davis Cre-s Roads and P\nohtl
Magistrate at Paxville- to. he voted
upon at the Paxville axid Silver clubs.
Magistrate at Pinewond-o be voted
upon at the Pinewood elab.
- The following is the schedule of the
County caMpaen meetings:
Turbeville. Tuesday August 11.
S rdinia, Wednesday AuguL k2.
Alcolu, Wedue-day Au:rusv 12 -it
18 o'clock p. m.
Pxville. Thursdav August 13
Pinkwood. Fridat AuLgust 14,
Summerton, Thur-d..s Am usr 20
Manning, FridayAugust 21.
All candidates for thu general assi-m
bly and iounty. offlies shalt -i!.- wit h
the chairmana niedge i& writinar to
abide'the results of the primr and
sup port. ti- nomine t-hereofsuch
pleds. shall be filed od or before 412
o'clock- noon of August, the 10th, 1914.
The chairman has on hand a number
of these blank forms which he' will be
6ad tofornishany candidate upon hi4s
maidug appl cation for me.
Our high financial -standing, our re
sources,- all make it apparent to the
discriminating man or woman tha
is the safest place for their money..En
tust your accoult to 'us andi you will
be-the recipient of every attentioni and
The Bangt of Manning
G. T. Floyd,
SURVEYOR and CIVII. ENGINEER
Office over Bank of Manning
On First-Class Real Estate
Nirdy & O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,.
Manninir S. C.
ATTORNEY A T LA W,
MANNING, S. C.
TATE OF $OUTH CAROUINA~
County of Clarendon.
By James M. Windham, Esq., Jndire
W HEREAS, Estelle Kennedy made
suit to me to grant her Letters
of Administration of the estate and
effects of E. MteSwain Kennedy.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said
E. Mc~wain Kennedy, deceased, that
they be and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate, to be held at Man
ning, 8. C., on the 2nd day of July
net, after publication hereof, at
11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
ause, ii any they have, why the
said administration should not be
Given under my hand this 15thda
of June, Anno Domini, 1914.
J. M. WINDHAM.
Judge of Probate.
how 'To Givo Quinine To Children.
PERLNlistetrade mark name given to ani
improveduinine. ItisaTasteless Syrup, pleas-!
ant to take and does not disturb the stomach.
Children take it and never know it is Quinine.
Also especially adapted to adults who cannot!
take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor!
ause nervousness nor ringing In the head. Try
;t the next time you need Quinine for any pur
pose, Ask for 2-ounce original package. The.
...am PuLn T T IsT blo~n.. I3.l. 25~ 9Cense.
HARDLY BE UEVE
How Mrs. Hurley Was Re
stored to Health by Lydia
Eklon, Mo. - "I was troubled with.
displacement, inflammation and female
_ weakness. For two 1
years I could not I
stand on my feet
long at a time and I
could not walk two
blocks without en
during cutting and
drawing pains down
- .; my right side which
inonth. Ihave been
at that time purple
walk the floor. I could not lie down or
sit still sometimes for a day and a night
at atime. I wasnervous, and bad very
little appetite, no ambition, melancholy,
and often felt as though I had not a
friend in the world. After I had tried
most every female remedy without suc
cess, my mother-rn-law advised me to
take Lydia E. Piniham's Vegetable
Compound. I. did.so and gained in
strength eey day. I have now no trou
blein any way and highly prise Or
medicine. It advertises itself.P-rs
S. T. HUr=, Eldon, Missori.'
Rememaber, the remedy which did
this was Lydia E. Pinkha 'sVegetable
Compound. For sale everywhere.
It has helped thousands of -women
who have been troubled withdispae
. re dlariiesperiodipaina, eirneh e,
that bearg downee indigestio
and nervous prostraion, af .sil other
mneans have filed. Why dcn'tyou.try
it? Lydia Pinbamn edicine
+4 re is uswomerst o h tnk
+. po-ionQ - (fhei lands
:$ndlae-next yearto the
TOBACC ANDTRUCK ING
TbDheprice of '-OB A GO
4 ai V. iWarebousss inhe -+
re-~ npritag, is'n ths arain
needed oo the- TOBACCO
* wl endeavor snon t gi4 e
vc toe experience q one sca
+ on fr acres of POTATOS -
BCKNER 4 RU TJ DGE;
PINEWOOD, S. C.
-'We the under.igned forewiari al1
petson% trespassinM oir :dllowing the-ir
stock anid cattlu o. trespass .on hands
beloninig to uis.E
Rev...T. P. W. Gibboos, Rev. W. E
Gibons. W. S. Gibbons. W. I>. Ticks,
C. K'. Gbf us. R Mt. Mellet te, W. 'G
Giben-, W. H. Castine, J. D Gibbons
D. .M. Roerso~n.
May 27th, 1914.
College of Charleston.
' South Carolina's Oldest College.
130th Yeiir Begins September 2~>th
Entrace examinations a-, all' t be
C~outy-eats on Friday, .July 3rd, as
Full four year courses lead to the B.
i. dad G. S. degrees. A two-year pre
medical couirse is given.
A free tution sebolarship is assigned
to each County of the State.
.Stacious buildint+ and athletic
grunds, well equipped laboratories,
unexceled li',rary facilities.
Exnenses reasonable. For terms and~
. HARRISON RANDOLPH,
W.C. DAvrS. J. W. WI~pEMAN
DA VIS & WIDEMAN,
W. Q. W.
.WA~odsmeni of the World.
Meets on First Monday nights as
MONEY TO LOAN
At 7 per cent
Dimproved fairms in amounts of
Nocommt~issions charged. Only actual
spenses for preparationi of legal
CAROLINA BOND AND MIORT- i
AGE CO., UNION BANK BUILD.
NG. COLUM1B1A. S. C.
D R. .. FRANK GEIGER. .
1A NNTNG, S. C.
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
Take Girove's t
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless cd
:hill Tonic is equally valuable as r
eneral Tonic because it contains thei
wrell known tonic properties of QUININE a
md IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
>t Malaria, Enriches the Blood and l
*At a mpeinz of the 'oiry DEmo
rari lxeetitive i omm4'e , i.edI this;
av at \lanning. Clare-nrtion , (ounty
r;i -divided ioto Giub D str; prft
'ided by the Rules of ;h- Democratic
>arty. The-followiug :ire te names
f the various clubs, the boundaries of
he club vistricts. together with thR
aimE-s of the Secretary and enrollment
ommittee and t he place where toe en
ollment hooks art- to he opened:
Plowden's Mill ClubDistrict, includes
Ucolu and Fork Clubs, and comprises
.i1 that territory bounded on the North
v the Sumter County line; East by
tublic roid leading from Trinity to
ardinia; South- by Trinity Bay; West
y Pocatalieo River, the dividing line
tweeuLbe Alcoru cu6i and the Fork
Iuhbeinzg a lint- be'iioin on the
oublic Road at John W. Perry's, along
he Public Road to R. L. Losan's plaIce
hence in a directline to Big Branch
6t Joe McFaidin's place, thence-along
3i- Branch to Pocataliao Rifer.
Alcolu. Club: Eoroliment Comnit
ee. G. A. Hodge, secretary. Joseph S.
)ickson and D. W. Barwick; enroll,
neat books to be open at store of Jos.
Fork-Ciu.h: Enrollmeni Committee,
L D. Mctaddio. Secretary., J . M.
Aontgomervand E D. Hodge; enroll
neut books s6be open at bome of J.D.
Harmony:Club Distriet., shall coin
irise all of that territory bounded
'iorth and East. by Black-River; South.
)y Haimon6v Townsuip line .da West
y Pubn:c Road leadiuk. frm Thinity
xv.%Sardinia. Enrollment Comwsittee,
R1 D..W hite, Secretary, A. TG. White
ind B. B. Odom; enrollment books to
be open at-home of R. D White.
Jordan Club Di.r cr, shall' comprise
ll of that territory" t ib he South on
Santee Samp-zrom Wyboo-S6. D]
DuBose'i place- ;rm th 'DuBos6's
place to he Raoon ' Road rJoe Tck
er'place aldne said ro'ad t point where
aid road riS's Lt.e. ManI1in, DavtIS
Station road arnd-froai-thence tdwam d
Dav~is-tatioin o Boswili place; .romi
ene' across N. W. R t,. at or near
p. F. Rawliuson's o i place. ad frone
tbtue between olaces ot J -H -
der~aohnaAW WClUand z6 t
Joi-oilinent CoAnmiet,Pe M Mitch
umgSecreiary Ms .4.Davis. nd Jo%
bn.'iswekB! 3% Tmpnon..k
Da14ie'Si3ion Club Dstrittshair
comprise al, of -that. teriory boundtc
onrne' Eastby JordantInb$ '_tnid,
the South'Ybantee SwamProt Wy
boc to Pi nGrove Lake' West. from
Pine Giove Lake oA Potato Greek at
Pbliead iosin. ence ptie
said creek toBo'lin'prgNW
I. R: on the Nortw Ir-o.w aid oi rr
it R. dto Uort, Bduse Swampat or
near the oldyloec, plaOce- iddvind
ing down said swam .. ani
Davis Station R6ad .0
.Enroliment Commiee,Pum'er Casik
Secreary 1. tA Gra1ae.andloh
U~liontem'rollmnem'books to be Open
at DrihrSzor'eeof C M:SDand&sen4
Liai. Coi odsCfuibDistrict,.
shali ?comprfe df hati territory
fromi- :Pinereove Laketo EPrice's
Pond; Weg lfrin Pfr'e 0 Pond
Rowes Mil Poud thence-folowpigTaw
Caw'pwoW.'R W . t,; thi'Nbth
from said n oint abuttingbouth
era bonuaary of Dasation lut
SeeretanyJohn R.Dinsle andl etfi
Dibuis bey opimg at A e bf
-- Srminerton Cl t Disetii s
otuth-by Santee SwawpAfo -Princes
Creek To-Pablic Road csing 8A
It' Tindal's: residenc Noirth 1froi
above poiam. followldnff S irlne rold
Davisifir ndown eepaph R'ala
so Thame's Milt on1 the -Essr -from
.Thame's-Mill in a-directW4ine to Court
House Swamp at, Aycock :place,~ and
from thence-to.pointonN W. -R .,
near.Gao. idgrills/plae.Z ' -
Eoroiiment;Comm1ee, J.Aw. James,
Seretary, O ,.; Bavisd ad it P.
Troy. books to be opind s store l
Summerksou-Haidware Co. - -
Manning CmabDistriet, shall com
prise ail ot~t'e ~rrit6r iiManning
Township and :Cdjaednt. .; to the
towd~ .f . Manning. Gad joining - she
club adutricts of:Bloomville, Jordan;
Davis Station, -Summersong Siljver,
Parville, Harmony, uzsd Fetoo-with
the following. elub&"
Manoning Cub: Enrollment Commit
ei, E. J. Browne', Seeretary Joseph
-Sysott and C. R. Sprott books toi oe
open at oenice oi Supefzinendent ot Ed
Charanden Club:- Enrollmnent Com-j
~ittee, C.' A. McFadn. Seeary W4
. lowder<fand' J. Ingraui.-Wlsen,r
books- to be mopen at st~oer of Piow~en
-Manning "Farmersd Platform.- Club:
Erollment Committee,. J Mi. .Wind
nami Seet euia, J. B.' Gamble and J.
H. Windbam;. booksro be open am. ollce
otJudge uf .Pro~base. --
Foreston Club Dietriet. shail em
brace allh of the te'rriwry bounaded 00
the Eas& ly the. Count y -lios' on the
South b~y Black River to Deep Creek,
thence 'to the -newr Manning - Road.
theoce to tbe County line near the Kel
y piace, and shall include. the follow.
SForeston Club: Enrollment Comn
mitee, J. I'. Dickson, Secretary. S. M.
Hynesworth and T. .L. B.aL'cal, books
to roe open at store of T. L. Bagnal.
ForestonlReformn Club: -Enrollment
Committee, G. A. Holladay,~ Secretary,
J E. Richbourg and J. Columbus John
son, books to be open at home of G. A.
Bloomville Club Thstrict, bounded on
the East byDeep Creek to the'Central.
Railroad; t-hence to a -. Wes~ernl.y di
rection to Bear Creek.~ thence down
aid creek to Public. Road leading to
Bloomvifte, along said road to J. N.
Barwick place, and from thence to the
place of J. H. Windham.
Enrollment Committee, E. P. Mittch
urn. .Seert'ry, WV.- C. .White and
A. Wi.earborough, books to be open
a store of' F?. C. Tlhomas.
Pmfe wood Club District, comprises
l that. territory commencing at the
Sumter County line between the Ha'
v'in and Reynolds lands, extendirng
South to Cu tter Mill Pond: thence down
Sammy Swamp to A. L. Lesesne's
lace~ to public road at the Mahoney
lace, three along public road extend
ng We~t including all of- the Tindal
>luce. crossing puklic road at or near
.he Tack Wells' place. intersecting
cih the public road at the Felder
,lare. thenice along thme public ro~ad to
spriug Grove Branch. and then along
3ranch to tSantee River.
Enrollment Committee, A. P. Toom
r, -eeretarv. J. Rt. Grillin and S G.
ritiin, books to be open at S. G..
Paxville Club District, shall include
11 the territory beginning at Harvin
d Reynold's' place on the North,
umter'County lhne ais Northern bon
arys, leaving Sumter County :ine at
hwak River. following swamp to what
known as Junius Hodire place, and
rom th-n':e extetndiog t-a T .J. Tis
ae's place, then following public road
est to 'Tindal's Mill Pond, following
wamp to Lesesne and Mahoney cross
air, and thence to Sumter County line.
FEnr'ollmnent CommitteE-. E. M. Brad
am. Secretary, L. S. Barwvick and T.
.Brown, books to be open at store of
Silver Club District, snall comprise
11 that ter'ritory beginning at public
ad on branch near L. T. DesChamp's
lace. following the Nelson Ferry Road
> public road thi-ouah the Bolden Tin
al place amlong said road to the Tele
rph i oad. leavin:: said road at or
ear i-he okidlDavis place, then on Man
ing Silver roa~d to Bill Blandinu's
:r-'. theo extending in a straight,
e to TP. .1. Trisdale's plae-t on the
l.an.,n and 'rind:. Mill puice road.
No doubt yotiare if
numerous anuments to
which an wonenaresub
ject. Heache back
ache, sideache, neryous
ness, weak tired -ter,.
are some ot the symp
to..s, and you must rid
yourself of tem in. order
o feel wett Thousands
of women, who- have
been benefited by this
remedy, urge you'o
- M SlvaniaVood
- ck~ [Cifn g(y.,,says:
stimes .j ,dweak VI
- thelain~inmy ~c
- ea d nearytkilled
-'eoCardithe paiUds i
T appeared Nowlteite
- spiferi womns n
r nt omnsi
.- , Muyr'1tve2,dwrad ~
R ioo i
teh - T
al id .Th =hp
loeti edge of~~ Mo irs s'
o sSeaappassing opn is
abone uananl be oowwv-uds-Selo
Cliib Didric'. l instriitdrovira
TSouth f said line ed not-elde
Dorasdisrlcu. shairbe knawis'
Gibbons-?dil ClubY Disict. -W
DouglasCuM Eohubnt ponmn frt
W. J :'lTnrbeville, .ctrD
Green-andlJ. PE Tuiabe4l5te boi
be oden satore-of Turbevlle a
Seloc Chtab Enrcillaienc. Comittee
T; B&Mellets,8eretiry,~ WC1
~ad-C. H. astl oks tobe ojen
suore o .F o
nited.H.)Jel tt(Secretary, . i
B.Gibbonsand?: tM. Thomas,~ nok.
o'beon4ped eoefM. H:el
Sarainia Club Distries; boshde-'
Sorth by BlackBare;ss Cahibcy
lin North by mean~$ ac t
old Mannin tjaoadk inrr~
rollment Comiine H~~~~a4.
Sretary~. E. . eFaddia and W
Millsap;. books to be open at1 stoneo
J. H. Garland.
New Ziou. Club District; booded.
North by Puddirig Swamp, East 'bi
Townst. ip ine', Soutb by Newan's -
Branch-and. old Tram road and7 W
by Newman's Branch and Countyhir ..
Enrollment Committee:;PRM. Gibbon -a
Secretary, W. 0. PlOwd n.aod UH
DuBose; books to be open.uz .born o>
P. M. Gibbons.
Midway Club .District, bonnded-~
North-Eass by Pudding $~wemp, Soua h
by corner Cob'ngline ffg4grieneshi p.
church; West byTowns4pJiner: En-I
rolment Commiliteete C. W Barrowr
Seceary, H. If Mc~tosh and J. H -
Momrs; books to be open at home otr
C. W. Barrow.
-Oakdale Club District; bounded
North by corner of County line -
Friendship church. East byv Cornty ?
lineand South and West byi Biac k
Riser. Enrollment Committe#~. P ..
Epps,.Secretary, A. C. DuBose -and
J. J1. Epps. booaka uhe open at hom e
of E. P. Epps.
Sandy Gr ove Club District, shall in 4
clude all of ihe wynitory in San y
Grove Townsh:p.' Enrollmrent Cwn
mittee, J. H. H'am. Secretary, W;.1)
McFaddin and T1. L. Coker: books to i e
open at home of J1. H. Ham.
The books i-f eart iment shall be
opened by the secretary'of each elub
or by the ernrollmnt committee just as
soon as tiv~ books aa e received. No
prson shall be euroild'- in any club,
except in the cluti d tstrict in which he
resides; the last Tru.sday in July stial
be the last day of enirollment, and
within three days thereaft er each
Secretary shiall Ltanit to the Count t
Cairmau the original enrollment
Each applicant for~ enrollment shall
in person write upon the club toll his
name, and immediately thereafter ~hl
age, occupat;ion and nost oltice addres:
if the name he illegible the Secretary
hall write rhe name beneath the si.
nature of tnae applicant.. 1ii the event
f the inablilitvy of the applicant to
write he may do so ny making his
mark, which shall be witnessed by the
Secretary or perso)u havin;g the custody
af te books.
The Executi!ve Commirtee is read
md willing at all times to lend ther
!ssistance to all of the officers ant
voters and hopes that the committee
il be called upon for information or
S. OLIVER O'BRYAN,
Chairman Executive Committee
F. M. WINDHAM,
Mnning, S. C. June 1. 1914.