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slogan TeProrsive at te
e.aeIof Amercan, Jalthough91
ti .Lae the DPeLotse
whsie sloghes -alor "meri
"rcanism" woe hies apaing
tsln Thae rgessivepeatedhe
voe ie mntd ooe
mayoeelcand the coloeber,
*cefAmericanism obh athg
tion. Late the Duemortsr
Ithiseweloaforsifalhere is one
ednis. an r hos vies altong
thsne ave bceasng repirtdof
But ile theennta as-er
Amianis argtoting Arcan
wordle of the ture. mun
weaiswell foref there isrogh
wthn abe all elserg tande
evernc tha onrt is aei ngxr
ansd evineainl prita.
But inle theasrenetia as
commnt reedsitatn Amriader
ismilt uof thocalnityism.n
shyold anew a "ism" fo our
ownmndvsa and ourbuiven
eprs, and or thmchogan
wihrche same seiey and per
everanc othfature bofn xer-ca
cie shulnk thentonal "rena.
intera neds foumeeryanm
lfand urue measmreooarsuc
commfunit cnedsl in bvroader
sprof communityism. rall
shou Aerian"ism"for the
homesa to oury buies len-u
ofeorse, and our cholren,
cadrhes, and orseties.ndt
evet'smae featricanis ouoad
ThsWe sullak osae"sand
life, and ru them wo aisuar
rogantl cnclion ide everybleset
Wethoudas the standilfall.
ofidemneitisml and ajs
prie us Amercanisr th e
gomdedurcur, but gnet and
havrefusamuoiconsder the wealt
of ouhrs oenad urh tchide
CoSitit, tke sanfr frip
andhistwn and thi ntryie.w
rais life cisngl onare andh
proads will tbe gtiping ofd the
unwrd, and tea will isater
rogality in hspide sigtmleas to
their testad Yo, incl
- denacl an lie voicitg beu
commeaned bt arronton tad
aprefual t conerth roitso
hand tnand think il wic
-ou could have used your pow
3rful influence in behalf of cet
Ler roads, and had you done so,
nd others followed suit. we
now would have had one great
lighway for many miles around.
t is never too late, however, to
nend our ways, and the o:iis
ions of today may be reme id
tomorrow if we possess the will
to plan and do. Good roads are
ssential to community succ as
nd personal enjoyment, and
very citizen would do well to
labor unceasingly to this end un
i there is not a foot of objec
tionable highway left in our en
tire section of the county. Bet
ter roads will put more money
in your pockets. Go to it, broth
r, go to it.
We might with profit to our
elves consider the contrast be
tween our words of mouth and
those of our neighbors. If we
speak kindly of him and he tra
uces us the contrast is all in
>ur favor, and the general pub
ic is not slow to perceive it. If,
however, the tables are revers
ed we are the loser and he stands
forth as "a man.'' Which shall
t be? The answer and- the ver
ict are in the hands of each in -
ividual person, and it will
ever be otherwise.
FORGETTING THE OTHER END.
There are many things that
,ould improve conditions in
his town and the surrounding
erritory, but the one defect
hich impresses itself most
forcibly upon our mind at this
ime is the lack of unanimity
and cohesiveness in social affhirs
With each individual the town
r community in which he lives
s like a piece of rope or twine.
t has two ends, and each should
e in harmony and work smooth
.v with the other.
The one end is where we be
in our life in the community,
and the other is when death or
emoval breaks the connection.
We devote our time, our own
toughts, and our energies to
he beginning and to each suc
essive step as we progress
trough life. The end is but a
hantom of the future and we
ive it but little heed.
And therein we err. for it is
ot wise to forget the other- end.
We need an awakening and a
nore cohesive spirit in the so
ial life of this town and of this
ountryside. We need a greater
spirit of fraternity in our assy
iations one with another. A
spirit of brotherhood and sister
ood should bind us closer to
ether for the common weal for
In the pleasures and the ex
itements of today we forget
hat there is a tomorrow for
which we must provide, and in!
his omission we too frequently
re storing up isolation and lone
someness for the latter years of
As we begin, so do we invari
bly end. If we cultivate a spi-it
f aloofness and exclusiveness
n the days of our youth, then
we must expect that in the ripe
ness of old age others will main
tain the barrier that sep)arates
s to the cud.
The joys and pleasures of
youth are easy to acqu ire, but as
time silvers our- locks they are
mnore difficult to obtain.
The person whlo adheres to an
exclusive clique today may tind
that tomorr-ow the integral parts
have drifted away and that other
doomrs are closed. And it is then
that the gayness of thme winter of
life is brought home to) the~ on
who lives in the begmr inni and
fogets the other- end.
nd our faults, some more pro
nounced than others. None of
as ever perfect, for we are but
human and are of the same clay.
Let us then remember that
ife of tomorrow will be just as
we shape our beginning today.
Let us bear in mind that the
and of the- string may be sharp
and strong and virile, or that it
nay be old and worn and fraz
Life, like the string, has a
beginning and an end, and the
and must inevitably pay for the
iissions of the beginning.
Those who cultivate friend
;hips in the summer of youth
sill find that !n the decline of
life others wih cleave to them,
and that the mellowness of old
age will be filled with joy instead
of being sadde'ned by sorrows
In our intercourse one with
another, friends, let us remem
ber that each day we are ap.
roahing the other end of life,
and that the end will be in ac
cordance with the precepts and
olicies of the beginnmng.
Let us make of thio a commun
ty of friends, and not merely of
Let us transform the gray
inter of life into a perpetual
unshine of summer..
The road to success is a hard
one to travel, but we'll get there
ust the same if we keep right
on stumbling along.
"Americanism" is a good slo
an, but "Americanism and Comn
nunityism" is the best one of
The lowly dog is faithful to
hs friend until death. Get down
o the level of the dog.
It is all over now but the cam
aigning and the voting and the
ounting and the shouting.
Christian charity, however,
an be practiced anywhere ex
ept in a political campaign.
These are the days, forsooth,
hen the pot will be industri
usly painting the kettle black.
TheY. M. C. A. in Minneapo.
9, Minn., raised $1,150,000.00
in just eight days. We. however,
ould be quite well satisfied if
e could raise one-tenth of that
mount from our delinquent sub
Scibers in eight years.
Some people are so supersti
tious they won't sit dlown to a
abbe of thirteen people. But if
here's thirteen dollars under
he plate they'll grab 'em with
ut ever a blink.
The sun, we hope, will contin
e to shine this summer, wheth
er the political pot sizzles or not.
Praise the Lord for an old time
red hot political campaign. It
ay divert our thoughts from
Europe and enable us to forget
His Mexican Whiskership en
If there is one single instant
n this life when we love our
eighbor as ourself it is when
e comes in and planks down
he price of his subscription.
Five thousand suffragettes pa
aed in Chicago in a heavy
rain. This, though, by oo means
signiies that they would go to
he polls and vote under like
If vou failed to connect up
with the national convention you
t least have the satisfaction of
nowmng that you are several
PLY TO REC
A good brother arises to re
mark that for once we are to
have a sane political campaign.
In which case, we opine, it will
be anything but a political, etc.
How's This r
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney
for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly
honorable in all business transactions and finan
cially able to carry out any obligations made by
WEST & TarUAx, wholesale druggists, Toledo. O.
WALDING, KINNAN & MARvIN. wholesale drug
gists. Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all
pruggists. Testimonials free.
Hall's Family Pills are the best
The following have been drawn to
serve as Petit Jurors, for June term of
court, which convenes Monday, 26.
Judge John S. Wilson, presiding:
W L McFaddin, Lake City R F D
W P Montgomery, Mayesvill R F D.
P M Gibbons, New Zion.
T Leslie Bagnal, Foreston.
J C Hodge, Maoning R F D.
R C Graham, Pinewood.
J D Rollios, Pinewood.
W T Blackwell, Foreston.
R J Carrigan, Summerton.
J H Montgomery. Mayesville R x D
S L Touchberry, Silver.
W D Hicks, Turbeville.
B A Coskrey, Summerton.
Julius R Bell, Bloomville.
T J Lowder, Alcolu.
W R Holladay, Alcoiu.
A M Cubbage, Paxville.
B P Broadway, Pinewood.
W D Allen, Summerton.
Peter Lowder, Wilson..
R C Richardson Jr., Pinewood.
C B Davis, Summerton.
J Sidney Watt, Sumrmerton.
J W McFaddin, Sardinia.
J B Pack. Paxville.
T M Young, Manning.
W E Felder, Summnerton.
E L Frierson, Wilson.
W E Reardon, Manning,
Hugh A Plowden, Manning R F D 2.
C Alex Harvin, Summerton R F D.
J A Brailsford. Summerton.
J P Winter, New Zion.
M B Hudnal, Manning B F Dl.
W D Gibbons, Turbeville.
W P Legg, Manning.
SECOND WEEK JURY.
Court convenes Wednesday July 5th.
E B Wise. Paxville.
Silias A Floyd, Lake City R F D.
R C Richardson, Jr., Summerton.
M B Sheppard, Silver.
P B Laearnce, Pinewood.
E C Gross, Manning.
J M Plowden, Summerton.
H Y Worsham, Lake City R F D.
J W Gamble, Jordan.
C S Rigby, Manning.
Thomas Johnson, Foreston.
T N Wildman,ilanning.
R J Stukes, Davis Station.
E C Horton, Manning.
C H Bageets. Wllson.
H H McElveen, New Zion.
Joseph Yassney, Manning.
J B Mathis, St Paul.
Hugh McFaddin, New Zion.
A S Rawlinson, Davis Station.
W D Epperson, Pinewood.
W M Hodge, Paxville.
A J Boswell, Silver.
W D Allsbrook, Manning.
S L Huggins, Manning.
3 P Lawarnce, Jr., Pinewood.
E C Geddings, Pinewvood.
T H Geddings, Paxville.
J E Reardon, Manning.
J G Wells, Summerton.
E S Roberson, Turbeville.
E A Coker, Turbeville.
D C Plowden, Manning R F D 2.
H C Chewning,. Summerton.
0 WV McRoy, Manning.
John Grooms, Lake Cit~y RLF D.
People are learning that little fore-;
thought often saves a big expense.
Here are an instance: E. W. Archer,
Cald well, Ohio, writes: 'I do not be
lieve that our family has been without,
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy since we commenc
ed keeping house years ago. When
we go on an extenden visit we take it
with us." Obtainable everywhere-Av
SCHOL.ARSHIP AND ENTRANCE EXAMINA
The examination for the award of
vacant scholarships in Winthrop Col
lege and Ifor the admission of new
students will be held at the county
court house on Friday, July 7, at 9
a. in. Applicants most not be less than
16 years of age. When scholarships are
vacant after July 7 they will be award
ed to those making the highest aver
age at this examination, provided they
meet the conditions governing the
award. Applicants for scholarships
should write to President Johnson be
fore the examination for scholarship
Scholarships are worth $100 and free
tuition. The next session will open
September 20,1916. For further inf(or
me'~ion and catalogue, address Presi
dent D. R. Johnson, Rock Hill, S. C.
ifow Yo, Give Quinine To Children.
PEBRILINE Is the trade-mark name given to an
improved Quinipe. It is a Tasteless Syrup, pleas
ant to take and de 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
cause nervousness nor ringing in the head.Tr
it the next time you need Quinine for any pur.j
Doe.Ask for 2'uneoiiapcke.'e
., 2nd L
Throwing the Lariat
Each lisping male child of the
southwestern ranch just as soon as he
is able to toddle into the vicinity of a
decrepit duck or a sick kitten com
mences practice in roping. From his
first efforts with his piece of string he
continues through a graded series of
puppy dogs, lambs, calves, yearlings.
and so on, till, by the time he has ar
rived at man's, estate, he can at head
long gallop twine the biggest, wildest
thing that wears hair, by neck, horns
or feet and hogtie it down without
help. In lieu of the time-honored or
thodox crook;- the sheep herder in the
southwest has 40 feet of hempen rope,
with a nice noose adjustment, handed
to him in a matter-of-course way, as
though he might be about to take a
prominent part in a lynching drama.
STATE Of SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
Davis D. Moise Plaintiff
Ella Wilson, Ada James, Elizabeth
Marrant and Bennie James, Defend
By virtue of a Decree of the Court
of Common Pleas for Clarendon Coun
tv, in the State of South Carolina, in
the above stated action, to me directed,
bearing date of December the 24th, 1915
I will sell at public auction, to the
highest bidder for cash, at the Court
House at Manning, in said County,
within the lega1 hours for judicial sales
on Monday the:3rd day of July, 1916
being sales day. the following describ
edi real estate:
All that piece, parcel or tract of land
lying, being and situate In the County
of Clarendon, State aforesaid, contain
ing one hundred and five (105) acres,
more or less, and bounded on the North
by - lands now or fuarmerly of Aram
Kingwood, Easr by lands of Levi
Brothers, and South and West by
lands of D. W. Alderman; the said
tract of land being the same conveyed
by A. H. D. Chandler to Reese James
and represented by a plat made by P.
G. Benbow. -Surveyor, dated Decemn
ber 24th, 1885.
Purchaser to pay for paper.
E. B. GAMBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
The State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
J. A. Weinberg, Plaintiff,
Walton H. Smith, Alouzo Smith. G. A.
Lenon, Neil O'Donnell, Pittsborgh
Steel Company, 0. S. Kulman trad
ing under the name and style of Sa
vannah Wooden Ware Company, W.
R. Pritchard trading under the name
and Style of E. E. Bellinger and Co.,
Jehu Smith and M. C. Mullinix, De
NOTICE OF SALE.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Judgment Order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, in the above stated action,
to me directed, bearing date of June
9th, 1916, I will rell at public auction,
to the highest bidder, for cash, at Clar
endon Court House, at Manning, in
said county, within the legal hours for
judicial sales, on Monday, the 3rd
day of July, 1916, the following de
scribed real estate:
All that parcel or tract of land in
Clarendon County, State of South Car
olina, containing twenty-one and three
Itenths acres, according to a plat of the
same made by McLellen & Palmer,
Civil Engineers, bearing date Novem
ber 26th 1913, saii twenty-one and
Pthree-tenths acres of land being lot
No. 3 as shown by said plat, and bound
ed as follows: North 'oy public road to
Turbeville, East by lands of estate of,
S. C. Turbeville, South by lot No. 4
shown on said plat, and West by lotr
No. 2 shown on said plat.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. GAMBLE,
Sheriff of Clarendon County.
C11ege of Charleston.
South Carolina's Oldest College
132nd Year begins September 29.
Entrance examinations at all the
county-seats Friday, July 14, at 9 a. m.
Four year courses lead to the B. A.
and B. S. degrees. A two-year pre- j
medical course is given.
A free tuition scholarship is assigned
to each county of the Stare.
Spcious buildings and athletic]
grounds, well equipped laboratories,o
unexcelled library facilities.*
Expenses mocerate. For terms andi
Notice is hereby given that an elec
tion will bae hild at Big Branch school
house in Big B3rauch school district No
31, on Friday June 30th. for the pur
pose of voting upon the question of
whether said district shall levy and
collect annually an additional two mills
for school purposes. Polls open fr-om
8. m., to 4p. m. By orderuof
J. W. Cockran.
it. R. Beatson
oard of Truste of Bfig Branch School
R S. C.
Mrs.Sheldon Spent $1900 fcr
Treatment Without Bene
fit. FinallyMade Well by
Englewood, Ill.-" While goin -
through the Change of Life I suffered
vousness, flashes of
heat, and I suffered
so much I did not
know what I war
doing at times. I
spent $1900 on doc
tors and not one did
me any good. One
day a lady called at
my house and said
she had been as sick
as I was atone tine,
and Lydia E. Pink
Compound made her well,so Itook it and
now I am just as well as I ever was. I
cannot understand why women don't
see how much pain and suffering they
would escape by taking your medicine.
I cannot praise it enough for it saved
my life and kept me from the Insane
Hospital."-Mrs. E. SH noN, 5657 S.
Halsted St., Englewood, Ill.
Physicians undoubtedly did their best,
battled with this case steadily and cquld
do no more,but often the most scientific
treatment is surassed by the medicinal
properties of te good old iashioned
roots and herbs contained in Lydia E.
Pinkhan's Vegetable Compound.
If any complication exists it
pays to write the Lydia E. Pink
ham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.,
or special free advice.
AM A CANDIDATE FOR THE OFFICE OF
Supervsor. If you elect me, I will give all of
my i me to the County. Will stay abrest of.
ad if possible ahead of the times. I will see
that all roads in every section of the County
gets a square deal. I believe in progressing
forward and not backward. Make the worse
s good as the best-and the best better. Are
you~ith e''J. E. KELLY.
IAM A CANDIDATE FOR THE OFFICE OF
Supervisor for Clarendon County, subject to
the rules of the Democratic Primary.
CALVIN J. HALEY.
I A A anddatC for the offce of County
SpIso o Clarendon County, subject
to the rules of the Democratic Primary.
JOHN D. GERAbD.
I maCandidate for County Supervisor.
sbetto the rules and regulations of the
Demor .tic Primary.N..BRAWY
HEREBY A NNONNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for County Supervieor, for Clarendon
County. subj'act to the rules and regulations
governing the Democratic primary. I have for
several years been Superintendent of theCounty
ang. During this time I have acquired prac
tical experince in Road Building which. I be
lieve would be of great benefit to me. should
yo lc e1J. M. FL EMING.
SUBJECT TO THE RULES OF' THE DEM
3ocratie Primary, I hereby announce my
self as a candidate 'for the Offie of Coroner for
Clarendon County. I am an ex-Confederate
Soldier and believe that I can discharge the
luties of Corwner with honor to myself and
credit to the County. I. N. TOBIAS.
IN OBEDENCE TO THE WILL OF THE
peoplof Clarendon County I beg to an
ounce myself a Candidate for the offce of
Coroner, subject to the rules of the Democrat ic
primary. JOHN P. THAMES.
SBJECT TO THE RULES GOVERNING
the Democrtrimakry, I here by announce
'nyseif as a candidate for re-electionl to the
mce of Coroner for Clarendon County.
I have disharged the duties of Coroner up to
he present time as an honest man and If the
eople think I am entitled to a second term and
:lect me I shall thank them: if they elect some
ec else I shall bw to the will of the people.
I thank you for making me your Coroner for
me term and ask y-our support for an endorse
aent of my first term. I feel taat I can dis
:harge the duties of Coroner for another term
>etter than I did the tirst.ODR .GRY
[HEREBIY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
did ite for the offce of Clerk of Court of Coin
non Pleas and General Sessions, subject to the
-ules of the Democratic p irty.L .CN Y
PROMISING TO ABIDE THE RESULT OF
the Democratic primary. I hereby declare
nyself a Candidate for the omfce of Clerk of
ourt for Clar: adon Couny . DCSN
~UBJET TO THE RULES OF THE DEM
ocratic primary. I nereby announce myself
Candidate for the oflce of Clerk of Court for
~larecdon County. T.ICHWLS
~UBJET TO THE RULES OF THE DEM
o~cratic primary, I hereby announce myself
Candidate for re-election for the offce of
heriff of Clarendon County.E.B ABE
AM A CANDIDATE FOR THE OFFICE
of Magistrate at Alcolu. subject to the rules
the Democratic party. w. D. YOUNG.
UBJCT TO THE RULES GOVERNING
Sthe Democratic primary, I hereby announce
ny Candidacy for re-election to the offce of
lagistrate at Manning.JONW EI'T
~UJEC TO THE RULES OF THE DEM
ocratic partr, I hereby announce myself a
:andidate for-Magistrate at Manning.
R. LESLIE RIDGIL L.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF ACAN
didate for re-election to the Offce of County
uperintendent. of Education of Ciarendon
ounty subject to the usual rules governing
he primary. E. J. BSROwNE.
HEREBY AN.NOUNCE MY CANDIDACY
-for re-nomination by the Democratic party
r Reprosentative in Congress from the First
>istrict. pledeinga myself to comply with the
Credit is an estimate of your ca
pacity to worry about paying your t
bills which is held about yu by a lot
of total strangers. Credit is also a be
lief held of your ability to pay for
something long after you have ceased
to derive any benefit from it. Credit
is likewise a. gauge of your willingness
'to deceive yourself into the belief you
can afford to buy something because
you cannot pay eash for it. If every
body paid cash there would be no
bond issues, no huge clerical forces,
no national debts, no armies or mill
tary systems, no schools such as exist
today, no war, no degenerate fash
ions-nothing but plain, everyday liv
ing. Credit enables everybody to live
a fictitious existence. Nothing exceeds S
like credit.-Life. 59
Machinery, Mill and
6. & J.
Tires and Tubes.
It Might li
Is sometimes called the sad
nage to avoid having to repeat
ing to the bread being served,
Clarendon Floor" and in place
of insisting upon further servir
flour made from clean sound wi
killed in milling. the flour retai
some qualities of the crude wh(
Sold by better class flour d
Special Excursion Fari
Acccunt National Educationa
be sold June 29, 30 and July 1, li
Account Grand Lodge Elks 4
be sold July 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9, limit
Account Ancient Arabic Ori
Shrine, Imperial Council. Tricke
10, limited returning until July 2
For schedules, reservation a!
tion, call on.
Atlantic Coast Line. The SI
Manning to :
and return Thursda
Atlantic Coast I
Don't forget the date. A d
of the many attractions at the I
Island. A visit to the histori(
worth many times the price of
Trains leave Manning 9:32
ton 8:00 p. m. returning.
W. J. Craig,
Pass Trnai Mgr.
Chances Are That Escort Didn't
Photographer (taking plainlooking
trl and her escort--"Now, try not to
fink of yourselves at all-think of'
omething pleasant.''-London Opin
For Infants and Chilrea
n Use For Over 30Years
*Providing foray Day.
Barrooms. are closed on Saturdays in
weden because it is pay day, and the
w~ings banks 'are open until midnight
3s and Accessories.
Oils and Grease.
ON. S. C.
>hes sure agt E"Prtid of
Phoregrapshe (tken planureki.
gr the. eso-No nly to
tealkbut ituisefeshat al-nk no
ningthe~ oileasat'ndo woen
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B.P . . Wiktsel
e Geunin until Julyn1.