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SECOND WEEK JU Y.
Leon M Galloway,Mauing,
P W Stone. Paxvile,
0 B Coskrey, Sumnerton,R F D
T M Kennedy, Manning,
F S Broadway, Alcolu,
J C Childers, Davis Station,
L M Mims. Lake City, R F D
W J Bryant, Wilson, R F D
B B Tindal, Manning, R F D
A B Windham, Manning, R F D
L D Sports, Summerton. R F D
J M Peavy, Manning,
H A Hodge, Summerton, R F D
Tom Flowers, Maning,
R C Gayle, St. Paul, R F D
P J Holladay, Summerton,
S E McFaadin, Sardinia,
Jeff M Davis. Summerton, R F D
J DuBose, New Zion,
M Thippen. Manning, R F D
J R Hodge, Alcolu.
Maivin L jenkinson, Pinewood,
J H Horton, Davis Station,
Stackhouse, Holladay, Manning,
0 S Rigby, Mdnning,
T M Beard, Jr., Turbeville,
1 H Corbett, Davis Station,
0 D Harvin. Pinewood,
R LLogan, Alcolo,
H King, St. Paul,.
D Hirschmann; Manning,
John DriggersLake City,R F D
'T M Young, Manning,
E.C Coskrey, Wilson,
B E Spigner,.Alcolu,
H CBarrineau, Manning, R F D
Nocee isieeby given that, pursuant
a .<tomminission issued by a Secretary
q State of South Carolina, constitutinr
theedersigzied ' board of Corporatorg
Beoks of Subscription to the capital
swolg o~aiSanahu Wstern Railroad
Company will he opene d at the o!fices
- oLdward D. Crai, xxtorney at Law,
Tir" Floor Naina .au & Ex
t'anetRank Btilina, in the Ciy of
dii aS C., on i,h e 2S-h day oI
eptember, 1914. at 10;(0 o'clock in!-e
cAenxn. Ti., miietcapitai stock'
ho~e $100 000 divided intooe thousant1
shares of, the par va;u o. $100.00 each,
so4 the minimna amuont to which
sa'd apital stock may e :ereaf ter -in
.r1ased to -be -$L000.00, divi~ded into
en thousand shares of the par value of
1otice is aiso :iven Lat saij parties
rposeAto sk on behalf of the pro
p7seeorps iation for the power to con
dnaaJn.ids.r rights 'of 'ray and that.
appdatforheefore will be iade to
The secretar of State of South Caro
a hiads oife' hi the City of Colum
C oace 28h day of Septem
er, 194,:t, ~12:00 elock- noon, the
roposed rote is as-follo-s: beainning
a4a pim at and in the towns of Estill
and Lena in oe-the Township Ramp
Non-.oaotv, thence tbrough Goethe
and Peoples Townships in: Hampton
Cotanv,.thence -ihrougni Biraxton and
W-xarien Townships in Colleton County
diNee through Fish Pond' Township
'n Banmberg County, thence throLa-h
riinchville, Cow Caste Providence
ayV:8nce Townships in Orangeburg,
Oousyvand thence into ritroagh
Paul To'wnshi plbW Clare6ndon'Coun
.-znd intoS. Paul in said County
don, a distance, of approxi
Itelv90miles, ali in .the 'Sc.te of
S - - G. H. MTTJGAN.
- -- ADRLANM. REA.
:N&XE (IF SOUTH gAR(OUNA,
c- gntrem iarn
~yJ~ es hf..Windhiam, Esq., Pro
-~ bate Judge.
WRRAR, Abe Levi -made
Wsalt to me, to grant him Let
4..& (.Administration of the
itt nd-effects ofGerge Nelson.
r~h~r.~.?ha~ta~eto'eite and ad
daki1 Migia the kindred
and- cieditors of the said George
19ehsOfl~dge6Ssd, .that they. be
anda Wefere me, -rn the court
or ~~Ae.tobe held at Manning or
th-~25th day of Sept. - next, after
iubiego teef at~ * I&clc in.
-~.they haye. ishy the said administra
-tion shoul1d nkot be granted.
.(iv!ia. muder ..my hand, this 7th
day o1fS tember A. D. 1914.
EkhtS M. WINDHAM,
TuJd.ge of Probate.
ju dha yuardonjs
commecia ban acont h
chc oor sa rey uideers.
glanc hat you re yoihow yu
stand. Get this guiding record
by opening an account with our
bank at once. You a;ll receive
good treatment from us.
Home Ban~k anld Tr'ust Co
BUCKNIER & RUTLEDGE.
DTTEWOOD, S. C.
coerous -jlmentS to1
whih a w tr~naesub
ach. sideache, nervcus
S1..:,weak, .-d feeling,
are some of the symp
1. .; a:ad yo must ri
vo'rsei f:m. in order
to i! we. Th.ousaznds
of women, who have
been benefited by this
- redicy, urge you to
I The Wo Ian's Tonic
NiMrs. Sylvania Woods,
o. %Ffion M~i!s, KY., says:
I was, at times, so weak I
could hardly walk, and
the pain iu my back and
Ia --ad nearly killed me.
After takling three bottles
cf Cardui, the pains dis
appeared. Now Iieel as
welas - dr did. Every
s--.:.ring womanl should
- tr Cdi. etabottle
spart of our Stock-a very imu
ortant department insour store.
e have reason to pride our-1
elves upon t}he quality of our
utlery, because it is the kind
hat gives perfect satisfaction
wherever tried. Carving knives)
able knives,; razors, sheers.
rimming knives-all you get
ere have the sharp cutting edge
which mpakes them . satisf atory.
~~ BLINDS '
| k I
FONKDNY i RA D.
STLLO C TR UL 1
iSee then es' ediine ever sokX~
ZZ o 5 ,: 0
* BY BARRY PRESTON. $
"And you'd let a little thing iks
that trouble you, would you, Billy?"
looked up from
tho outspread pa
per on her knees / 4,
and raised her
pr-etty brows at
the big. troubled
young man who
paced up and
down the ver
echoed Dilly Cap
en. "Little thing?
Here's an old and
the mire, one per
fectly good repu
tation torn to
shreds, h onest
"Didn't you expect it?" she asked.
"Well, not anything so bad as this,"
he confessed. "It's a nice mess you've
got me into, isn't it?"
"Oh, Lilly, you're such a quitter,"
"I never wanted to run for mayor,
anyway," said he. "'iou egged me on
"I wanted you to do something more
worth while than amuse yourself,"
said she. "Billy, you have great pos
sibilities in- you, If you'll only really
"Well, I've tried," said he. "And
this is the result. Mud-slinging, repu
t:ticn-wrecking, a joke to all your
friends. Why, only this afternoon as
1 was coming up here I met Bob Whit
ing and Charlie Green and they
seemed to think it was excruciatingly
funny to give three cheers for her
honor, the next mayor. Of course,
there's no chance of my being elected.
but they needn't make quite such a
silly joke of it."
"Perhaps you wbn't be so much of
a joke after election tomorrow."
"Doh't you believe that," said he.
"rve got just about as much show as
a snowball in-in-July," he ended
It was 3 o'clock the next afterncon
when Billy Capen, rather whitefaced
rushed up to the veranda where Mar
ton Orton sat fussing with tea things.
"Say, what am I going to do?" he
"About what?" she asked.
"I've been hanging around headquar
ters," he said. "It seems that I'm
going to- be elected beyond the shadow
of a doubt."
"Oh, Billy!" she cried radiantly,
"It's awful," he groaned. "What'll
She stared at him.
"I believe if I really am elected, I'll
go right'down and resign," said he.
"Billy Capen," she cried, 'Td like to
"I wish you would," he said lugu
briously. "I'll make a sweet little
mayor, wont I? Well, the dowrnfall.
of this beautiful burg be upon your
head. You put me up to it. You in
duced me to run when the reform
crowd put my name up. Now. see
what, you've done?"
"it's perfectly splendid." she cried..
"Why, Billy, you're the right man for
the right place. They've needed you
for ever so 'long. I know you've got
t In you-"
"I wish I thought that way," said he.
"Didn't you want to be elected?"
She stared at him.
"Then-then what on earth did you
"Well, I though there wasn't the
least chance of' my getting It; so I
didn't see how it was going to do any
harm, and I though the attempt, the
trying, would show you-well. would
please you, Marion, and-and-Oh,
hang it, the plain truth of the matter
is I wanted to make good with you.
Now I've gone and got elected mayor,
and-and-if I've got to be his honor,
you'll have to be her honoress-the
power behind the throne."
She flushed slightly. She did' not
look at him. Instead her eyes were
fixed on the blue flame- flickering be
neath the bubbling brass kettle.
"fI do--if I consent to be her hon
oress, as you choose to call it-will
you do just as I say?"
"Why, of course."
"Then you won't throw Mike Touhey
out as head of the 'street department?
You know Mike was our gardener here
once. I'm very fond of Mike."
Billy Capen stared at her silently
for a good minute.
"Why, Mike's the bIggest grafter of
the whole ring. It's his scalp the re
form crowd is particularly after. I'll
have to throw him out whatever you
"Even if I won't marry you if you
"Even if you won't marry me If I
do," he repeated.
She put out the lamp under the
kettle. She jumped from her chair.
"And. just for that I will marry you,
Billy," she cried. "I was afraid
afraid It really was as :you s'aid; that
you a:dn't care anything about the re
form crowd or about being mayor. I
was afraid you were doing it just to
make good with me."
"Well, that's all I'm doing it for,"
he maintained stoutly.
"Oh. indeed!" said she. But she
was smiling proudly as she slipped
Into his outstretched arms.
(copyright. '.914. by' the McClure Newspy
TI * aext~ examinnationi fo .crrig
Tc'er's c'rr2!!are' w.. ie h at
the cour~t hom'e in MIanDing. !'r'day
October *nd. 1 l1.
sho'l' durin (' he e1 nli) - . a IC
If you begin teaeningp in l.ha co -.
ERS WIAnnual Slaughter of Elephants.
IAfrica is the chief source of the
world's supply of ivory. and It is esti
TOO IL TO OR~~ mated that 70,000 elephants are an
nually slaughtered for their tusks. But
TOO ILLTOW O not more than 20 per cent of this
___________ivory Is represented In the total im.
ports to Europe.
A Weak, Nervous Sufferer
Restored to Health by Ly- The Gentleman.
dia E. Pinkm'Veg-inihed product. th entlema
dia . P~khanw 9 seems to do everything very easily;
etable Compound. but that case like the case of the habit,
____________can only come by effort. Hie Is socially
secure; but whatever his statlon,,he
Kasota, Minn. - "1 am glad to say was not born so, for no man ever is
that Lydia E. Pi *..:n's Vegetable
Compound has done s- al-*eucb itee fh
Co'~oundhas onev.*-k5 born to be a kir z. The test of a
8%more for me than
n~oe for me thn Is the ;ilcasure others tai~e
anything else, and I
i- his. society, and nct in his wit or his
had the best physi
.~ can hre.I wa ~,virtu,- oft his i:ribut In their or
cian here. I was so
[- ( weak and nervous
that I could not do
my ork~ ~ by bein- on c)-;d tcranzz with himself.
h my work and suf
fered with pains low
down in m y right
side for a year orNeDfiton
I sid fora yer or A class in history in school at Kir
more. I took Lydia win was studying Lincoln's Oettvs
E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound, and now I feel like a burg address. The teacher asked the
differentclass what was meant by the word
dife'~m. eron.I blive her ~"dedicatc." One of the small boys
nothing like Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound for weak women and volunteered to answer. "Dedicate,"
young girls, and I would be glad if I he explained, rai th
could influence anyone to try the medi- money to pay oZ a church debt"
cine, for I know it will do all and much Kansas City Star.
more than it is claimed to do." - Mrs.
Cu-RA Fruxs, R. F. D. No. 1, Maple- Remarkable Promenade.
crest Farm, Kasota, Minn. At a New York hotel a man who
Women who suffer from those d. hs d suddenly become wealthy from an
tressing ills peculiar to their sex should oil well venture had left his family,
be convinced of the ability of Lydia E. which had accompanied him to the
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to re- city, in their rooms so long that they
store their health by the many genuine had become uneasy about him. At
and truthful testimonials we are con- last he returned to the rooms, and to
stantly publishing in the newspapers. the anxious inquiry of his wife,
"Where in the world havo you been so
If you have the slightest doubt long?" ho esponded, calmly: "I've
that Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegeta- Just been In the cuspidore, walking pro
ble Compoundwillhelpyouwii and con."
(confidential)Lynn,MXass., for ad
xice. Your letter will be opene, - salve
read and answered by a womanm
a~nd held in strict cox&Wndeu.- rtie 13est SiA a~ ~ fin World.
SumerRAnnuandMil Suhepo lephants
SUMTER., S., C.
Hcadqwarte's for, and Dealers in
n rvooflniz han'] !' incar lots and lespquantities.
hiftnnot Ha moetehs, S2aft Couplings,
Full stocv s on oand Pipe. Black and
Galvanized, Cut and Threaded
to Sketch 1-8 to 6.
Biadie 's Gin Saw Filers and Gummers. Babbitt Metalsl
Pac;n?As, inj-ictonrs Files, Iron, Leather,
1,ubwrand Gandy Belts. Valves,
Fitiug, CjiCh-_in, Lubricators,
Whistles-Anything you needr
co . abd see us, hr apo t, or writheyour ordehs.
secre but whteethssttonh
soia '!ecure by ire f
wasI. CATLSTN Sor oC. atr.Te eto
ShosoMei irn hiriety,ntinhswtohs
Fin. Nw Bildngreay ~r din1arly Octio ith 914. A
~'enaeec~l loate, oposte this~ opla!ur oe canth lrgesmeel
HospitaAsciasshenShistory itn sihoo21atbeds.
Praticl orkfo SeiorS~den~win wasudng incoln'srma ys
Lare ad wllequpP~d Lh aisi wh wscmentoyohesor
Nice fulldedicaee." OnLabofttheYsmallnboys
Sixgrauaed ppontent (olutered to anser~. "Ddct,
heorxplintdo"eae, rasdng th
Reanstea, CithSar.etn .C
S:.r~in Pm ~nNo.1 T'.in o. Tra Noew Yori hote 4 mnwh
~ p RadD hnad up.nl b e wlhrm an
NewZiu. ' the . anx4 ous in ur of5 hi wife
i~hoator1 11?0" 3:2 respnded almy 'T0
justrbeenNinthe cu'pidor, wnsring pr
Srumtern N. Rar iway arund ilSu py
SU.IMTER S. C.
Gii al anzd, Th and Thade S}::~
Ew SI'~r 1Clto~ Sketh 1- S~fto 6.'*
P jcracin ,)jetors, Fies Iutron eabr
Rubber ando Gudy Belts. Valves,
Fitigs Soii Chain Lurtr sI~~~ .
Sumgrti te ailwa and y Ol On upplyM QUIINE
aO'ESTATLESchl CARiLESotTN, S.OM C. NY.Lokosgnteo
O.wn:a~nieted~dbuand Cotrhied by. R~E th eSae.inOe a. t
Fine, Ne B.u dtsadildnredy fo oupancyd Oacer1., 1914k ol. A- .
J U 8,
A big stock <
YOURS FOR A !
Wisdom of the Bee.
"Our plan Is very different,". said
the bee. "We 'work in the summer
to lay up a store of food against the
season when we foresee we shall want
ft; but those who do nothing but
drink and dance and- sing in -the sum
-mer must expect to starve In the win
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Griove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
wellknown tonic propertiesof QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the 3)1ood and
Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents.
$ for the Boll Weevil! He is
$ in 250 miles of the South
-Carolina border, and-he is
+ coming at the rate of 44 +
$ miles per year. -
$ Louisana in 1904, before +
$ his advent, made 1,080,526 +
bales; in 1910 she only pro
duced 245,648 bales.
+ This Bank wants to help .
+ you get ready.
SThe Peoples Blank
+W. 0: DAVIS,
R. C. W]ELLS. .
DR. J1. A ('0i3C
Upstairs ever Banik of Mntatiug
MANN!NG. S. C
Phone No v
DR. J. FRA NK G EIG ER.
MANNING,. S. C.
JOHN G. CAPERS. (ort South Carolina).
Ex-Commisuner in Lernal Revneu
JOSEPH D. WRIG HtT.
CAPERS & WRIGHT,
AT ORiNRTS AT LAw
WASHIiNGTON. P. C
<. H. LESESNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANN ING, S. C.
C HARLTON DRN
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING. S. C.
I. o). PVRDV. . oiven 0 I1vAs
PRIDY & O'R~YXN,
Attorneys C >uaiselors at Law
M ANNING. S. C.
.VC. OX ms. J-W. WIDEN
MANNING. S. C.
On F'irst-C: ss- Rea~l Estate
..:RN *S AT LAW,
Mainnimr S. C.
G;. T. Floyd,
SURVEYOR ad CIVIL ENGINEER
Wf' vrBink of Mannlalg
0. EOWL.H. ii. PERRITT
IDWARZDS & PEIRTT,.ER
AM DSVl oR.S.
T-e Uer Ti me Iat~k anel Trust Cii.
W. B. DAVIS, Agent,
Svmmertnn' S.C- -
tton 6 for 25 Cents 1
ways at Katzoff's.
F AR RI V-E D
f up-to-date Fall Goods at
Is Bargain Store
of Dry Goods, Clothing,
Coat Suits, and the very
of Accordin Pleated Skirts
iGUARE DEAL. AND A GOOD BARGAIN,
But treare aiy
OA ces r so S
* C nL i d
bi CAI You getony iten2
infeiorEn taitto erdlson
In Powdered LyeM.Mendleson -sells"os
teen ouncs rans e
ounces n some other re cans.
One-Fourth More LooseOld Pu. c
Eve rran=ted funl tegh. !Lo er. -Oj ~ aq*k*1
Cb~citraedLye.-Tbars a1L Thzeeiss oldy
MOST E0 L
A ilader o making.~ rebgTet~le
Cansaonf s-egh punCo grease,.znakhthe bestiir
soft sopyuever used. That beats tMe best record of any
~otheten cent can. Mendlesonss Cari gives full direc o a
making the best soap.
TthMendlesooas Lye for other thinge-for cleaning for seozi for
gerna, for disneting,fo rtngog dcaigorouryJs oe
cn proves that for every use there's nothing so good as - ~
* MENDLESON'S L VE ~
PUR E AND ST RONC
~et afowrth morof the best Lyoe for a dime atal'of the
CLARENDON COUNTY RETAIL DEALERS.
* G. Henry Curtis,........ .... ..Paxvilfe, S. C.
*H. R. Meldau,.. ... .. ... .Smmerfon, S .0
C. A. Harvyin,............Summerton, S. C.
A. G. Stack,............... newood, S. C.
* J. H. Hilton.'...... .. ..Davis Station, s. C.
A. Smith,..'..... ... .... ... Turbeville,, S. C.
Hugh McFaddin,...........Sardina S. C.
S. C. Johnson, . .... ....Foreston,8S. C. >
B. B3. Thompson,.. .... .. ....Jordan, S. 0.
The David Levi Co...................St. Paul, S. c.
F. C. Thomas,..................... Bloomville,S. C.
Nw E CONSPIRA TORS, seeking the million dollars, suarround
the house of mystery-every doorway is guarded-all hope. -
seems lost-and yet-Saney Hargreaves, millionaire-mefit
-ber of the Black Hundred, escapes!
A balloon soars upward toward the night sky,.leaving the
awyplotters baffled-beaten? Shots are fred--the balloon is punctured
and drops into the ocean-what becomes of the million doas? Iearl
the solution in the thrilling photo play -
The MillionDoliar Mystay
- By Harold MacG-rath
Thanho user's MillH on Dollar Moonte:Pr d