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MANNING. S. C.. AUG. 16. 1910. pi
STONE WRAPPED CAKES
They are made in a San
itary Plant and~* contains
ony~ pure ingredients, in
cluding fresh country but
ter and eggs.
Serve thiese Fine Cakes
and hear the aoprovmn- .r
comments of guest and n
"Eery thing Good to EL
His ball here next week. e.
The county am n onC.I tday e
at Sandy Grove.
Mr. Morris Ness has returned from
the northern markets. a
Niss Aileen H~armon of Lexington is fa
visiting Miss Maud Br-ad ham
Mt-s. E. C. Horton and chilren are V
visiting relatives at DuRants.
Miss Tbeo Stukes of Sumter is visit
ing her aunt Mrs. J. M. Brad ham e
Misses Way and Bass are the attrac- d
tive guests of the Misses Johnsons- d<
Misses Minnie Sue Sauls and Alleen rm
Rigby visited at Harvins this week rc
The Manning ball team left Monday \V
for Fountain Inn for a four game series.
Mr. and Mrs. David Levi and family d
left for Hendersonville Monday morn- ci
The first bale of 1916 cotton was sold ti
in Barnwell last week for 17 cents per to
Mrs. H. C. McKelvey and little Car
ols leileon Tusaymo to visiinte up-ft
Mrs. J. T. Stukes is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Jo. Burgess in Sum
The Manning ball team Closes the B
season next week. playing Bishopville s
five gaaw .
Miss Margaret Leard of Norfolk will ol
arrive this week for a visit to the Miss
Dr. Kellet, druggist at Zeigler's h
Pharmacy. is takng his vahation at
his home in Fountain Inn.
Mrs. F. H. Sauls and family leave
for Winston-Salem, N. C., next week
to make their home there.
3. P. Brock. colored, who farms in d
and aroTd Manning, commenced to S
pick cotton cn August 10th.
Mrs, A. I. Barron and son returned
home Saturday evening from a visit to
her relatives in Orangeburg.
If you want to see the best ball i
games of the season, be sure to see the t
Miss Clara Williams has returned to
her home in Georgia after a visit to
her sister Mrs. T. M. Mouzon.
"Bob" Walker our famous right fiel
der, leavesfor Clemson this week to
take a course in cotton grading.
The family of Dr. G. L. Dickson re
irned Tuesday from a visit to Mr. WV.
B. Dickson at Vineland, N. C.
Miss Janie Wilson delightfully enter
tained a number of young folks at her
country home Monday evening. e
Mrs. Tom Sprott of Jordan, left Mon- di
day morning to spend the rest of the et
summer in Hendersonville, N. C. he
Miss Theo Stukes of Sumter and st
Miss Alline Harmon of Lexington :rre u
the guests of Miss Maud Bradham.
Next week is the big ball week inr
Manning. The homa team plays the B
crack Bishopville team five games. di
H. I Ellerbee, Esq., has returned
home from Washington and Lee Uni- m
versity where he took a special course ti
in law. B
Miss Bloom Smith of Mississippi, ri
who has been visiting her cousin Mrs. tt
F. C. Thomas leaves on Saturday for a
* her home.
Miss Mary Nash of Sumter is visit
ing Mrs. ILon Weinberg. Mrs. Wein
berg will entertain for her guest this P_
Mrs. John S. Wilson, who has beern
at Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, for sev
eral weeks, is at home again, greatly
improved in health. c
Mrs. T. B. Haynesworth and chil- s<
dren of Florence who have been visit- v,
ing Mrs. WV. C. Davis, returned to their
home Sunday afterternoon.
Manning will play tbe fast Bishop- a
ville team of tbe Pee Dee League in fc
Manning next Tuesday, Wednesday, a
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Si
Our ministerial friends are not slow ce
to inform us tL at the Lord loves a
cheerful giver, and forsooth, we love as
cheerful payer-of subscriptions.
The first bale of 191G Cotton was gin
ned at Summerton Monday last by S
Trainey Douty, colored, and sold for e
14 cents. The seed'sold for 50 cents m
Mr. Austin Sauls who has been spend ai
ing his vacation at home, left this "
week for Winston-Salem, N. C., where fC
he holds a responsible position with
Fletcher Bros. u
"Aunt" Fronnie Holladay,. colored,
aged about 105 years, and grand-moth-h
or of Harry DuRant died Sunday week
ago. The deceased was the~ oldest per
son in the cou~nty.
A protracted meeting will begin in
Presbyterian church here nest
Sand continue abrough the-week,
tdby Rev. 3. 0. Levis. Pub- J ti
yn invite. - S
In our last issue wre said the storm ..
d not hit the farm of Mr. J. D. Ger
d, but we were in error, as it only
issed a portion of his crop, the bal
ice being damaged.
Mir:.Jake Lseman was taken to Sum
r yesterday for examination for ap
-ndicitis and it decided that an oper
)n was necessary at once and he was
erated on yesterday.
The best gamo, of the scasou. and
u' last chance to see good bail
mes this year, Manning and the
shopville Pee Der League team all
sxtweek commeucing 'Tusday.
The agzregatio:n of hal! 'laycrs rep
senting Fo.mtain Inn h.re last, w e,
nsisted of :hn ml _e' ! nemlmuly pet
oun' w -;o f. and it is
ped this an:.: bu l wil " "'
In tie :all '"u, '.*'k r n dm !ning
id lount:i n itn a th. h r piace
,.n!:Ln Mannii2u dil n: havo 'r 1 -
r line up, :nd lest. 5 to 1. In the
t:ura r ta e t h W' t n '.- _ 'o 1 in
vor ofl on:.
.i isse c'ulnir' h:m and h r i.t Of
tranahGa., a vis-;ing l t-1 \' D)
e dindt . n: - 31I .\ rs 'h.
ui in entertaine i a number of the -
mun-e:-n eiety n-t on Tuo..s:ay a'ter
on in honor of their "u:=sts
On .\utust 9-1b. 1!16. ::t ihe . (t:
st pa irsona .- in .1 n in-. \le. S:in'
so.b.aih ofI)14 is a :n) t.
ar1'4i iv D \ ~
a:i frien:> and. r lati t it : e d
e in wrrige.
liuvinsl r I
? ii. i1s wtek. teleawh n p r - f
.eOf":nn by in 0 ihe !-.te. P
Ceen Manning and Fountain Inn pl.ty
i at t!, at:etr 'a e Avy oc::e ll'
i to k'ee) It with the :a'--s can
ng above pace.
a son has i.i
ith ain m ittnstuction oco-.opert
ir C. .. Sason i f St l'iui, r as
lited to Charlestoni ye1sae: d v to bee
r. Younebergz in reference to the con
tion of the filooded district of Ciatren-|
>n, and hos instructions to co-operate
ith the Supervisor and give employ-|
ent to the needy ones on the public
ads. The pay to come out of a fund
cently gotten by Hon. Richard S.
haley from the government.
For several years past the last Satur
iy in September has by many of our
tizens been observed as Orphan's
ork Day. The idea is to get men t
id women, boys and girls, to devote
.e earnings or the income of the day
the support of some orphanage. We d
iderstand that oll institutions invite
-operation in this plan and that Sep
mber 30th is the day agreed upon. o
The following members of the Na
nal Guard of South Carolina now at 4
i Paso, Texas, are citizens and former
tizens of Pinewood. M1aj. A. M..
eailsford, Perry and Robbie Brown, I
m Weeks, Loue DesChamps. Eddie
y rd. Theron Stack, Ransom Richard
n, Eli Parker, McBeth Hodge, Jack G
vens and Crawley Jackson. Address
ail to the boys. Co. L. 2nd South Car
ina Infantry, El Paso. Texas. t
The State Departmnet of Agriculture
is a fund providod 'mostly by private .
bscription for the relic of sufferers
om the recent hurricane. At a meet
g of citizens hc re on the 14th .inst.,
was decided to request the trustees
the school districts in the county to
~tain information as to persons in
eir districts to whom such aid should
given. Persons who have been ren
~red destitute by the storm. and are
thout credit, wbether white or col
'ed, atre the ones to whom such assis
nee will be glven. A circular letter
ill be sent to~ each school trustee in A si
e county. I:. is of the highest im- State
rtance that all persons take notice of inst.,
is, and take steps promptly to assist man o
County Campaign Meetings- away
Sandy Grove. Wednesday, Aug. 16i. in timr
Turbeville, Thursday. " 17. I 5JsPI
Ne w Zion, Friday, " 1. IDemo
Alcolu. Friday nig ht, is1. other
Paxville, Wednesday, "' 23. joyinl
Pinewood, Thursday, '' 24. cause
Summnerton, Friday, " 25. name
lanning. Satujrday, " 26. years
'+* me to
Death of Mr. W. L. McFaddin. I becs
Mr. WV Luther MleFaddin, a highly was el
teemed gentlemnan of the Sandy helpe<
rove section of Clarendon county, iand S
ed at the McLeod infirmary, Flor- in the
iee, Tuesday. He haa ceeu in bad and Si
alth for months arnd was operated uo bagge
iat that infirmary July 25th. lie raid,
nod the operation well, and when his the D
cle. Mr. J1. F. McFaddin, of this town disfra
sited him Sunday, hie seemed to be few SC
proving satisfactorily, but ai sudden stitut<
lapse proved fata!. tee sa
1r. 31cFaddin was 47 years of age. Demo
e is survived by a widow, who was a t ion i
ughter of 31r. Thomas Burgess of rotter
ouzon, r nd six children.! all thi
Funeral services were held at 10 a. was d
.yesterday and interment made in iticiat
e old Burgess burying ground, near cal ec
ethel church, Rev. D. 31. Clark, pas4- ty jus
r, officiating. A large concourse of is unt
atives and friends paid thrir last was. I
ibute to the memory of this good man (I.' :
2d true. tio:s
It is a remarkable coincidence t hat are to
r. McFaddin and Mr. P. MI. Young vioed
ere operated upon at the same in- I thin
rarv the same day for the same com shouhi
aint,'and both succumbed to relapse. Sta-e,
Kinstree Record. winoo
- -- think
Sunday School Convention, the le
On the morning of August :>th, I, inpie
>mpany with two other friends board- er
the train at Sumter, for tihe Sunday
hool convention which was to eon- jyas
ne at Foreston. this b
Arriving there at 11 a- in., we were to be
et bv friends, and usee rihto to count.
e church. LUpon atrirvnghr, er
eeting with friends we had.-vot metber
*r a length of time what pleasant
emories it brought back to us. It -
emed that the same trees, birds and I
>~ers were among our friends to wel-|
mne us. S ell
The convention consisted af songs, Clark
>eeches, and prayer. All of thel
eeches were filie, especially the ones| It c
ting for their subjects, "The rela- vil!e<
on of the Sunday school to the Home,
ad the relation of the Home to the.
anday school," by Rev. Derrick Dun- .da:
in. iss Chandler's speech on "Ele-; moneic
etary teachiug"' in the Sunday at C~
hoot was also fine. I am sur~e thrat
terv visnior there joins me in extend- a
'thanks to the people of Foreston Augei
ho so cordially entertained us, and dinnea
r the delightful dinner we enjoyed. List ci
le having been invited to stay over
2tif the following day,. needed no per- The
asion, so we boarded the train the IClatrk
xt evenrn'g for home. We camei
>me enthused over Sunday school
ork, and hope at some future day to Don
with the Foreston folks entertaininil Paxvi
other Sunday school con vention. for b~e
When you ar~e rot satisf1ed with your I
bacco you didn't sell in Manning. Big
Mr. Whaley Owes i1
The campaign meetings were arranged by the party un
c: the rules of which Mr. Whaley is runnmng. The purpose of
e mee'tings was to onilighten the voters on the issues of the
mlpaign, and give .vou the opportunity of meeting the candi
tes faoe to face. Thle mandate of the party was ignored by
r. Whaley. Jn his letter read at the tirst campaign meeting
nhe seventh, instant, he said: "The Senate has added two
Lrendments to the Naval Bill previding almost a million more
llars for the navy yard located n the State and situate in
te first congressional -dlstrict. I am informed that these
ldmeedints will meet with vigorous and vicious attacks in
ie house when the report is rnnde. I believe it my paramount
tv to remainhere to fight it out with them." The reason as
ned was evidently a subtefuge to excuse Isis absence from
cainpaign meetings. The following is copied verbatim from
he Congressional Record of the proceedings of Congress of
iEas Mr. Whaley anything ti
A Disfranchised Democrat. i A Social Event.
maoe to the Demoiracy of the Sardinia. S. C., August 12, 1916.
i South Carolina. On the 7th Chaperoned by the charming Mdms.
was notified by our Hon. chair- 'V. N. Rush, WV. R. Burgess and J. W.
our county Executive Commit-; Mill saps, arranged and executed by
be and apear before said Corn- Messrs. M E. DuBose and Eugene M
to show' cause why my name Faddin, the social lions of our enter
not be dropped and stricken prising and sociable little city, a very
he Gibbons Mill club roll, being enjoyable program of entertainment
rom home, did not receive notice and dance was carried out as a starter
eto appear. or put in protest. So for the season.
ose I am now~ a disfranchised A very large assemblage of the local
crat and will have to find some and adjoining towns, of the elites, were
party to have the privilege of en present, and every one enjoyed to their:
my franchise right. All be-. hearts content. Music was furnished
used my initils in writing my by Prof. Dive (C- O. L ) the local vir
on the club rol!. Well I am 64 tuso, and his band. Our Symphoney
ld. have been a Democrat all my Quartette, led by Mr. Louis W einberg; S
I suppose it will go hard wit bi ancassisted by Messrs. Ed ward Player,
ake a change at this late day. Jimmie McFaddin, M. E. DuBos:: and
ivintg in Clar'endlon county when Eugene McFaddin, have acquitted
e 21 years old, my flrst vote themselves creditably by render i
Lt in Clarendon coun ty. I have some very sweet songs, while Mi1ss
I all the~ orlices in the county Davis from Alcolu. has delighted the 01
t~ae for forty three years. I was assemblage with several tine seleetions ;
Iatton raid when tine county on the piano and was heartily applauded r
ate was redeemed from earpet- The assemblage was very select, an U
s rule. I was in the Ti!!man. formal, the ladies wore very elaborate s
id have always beeni faithfrul to evening dres~es, consistent at this sea
~mocratie toariv., and now ILam a son, and the young beaus haa togged
eised Democr'at, all necau-e a themselves appropriately for t e oc
a headed politi;'ians who r or -- asion. The attires were ofj such elab
our State Exscutive C ommi t- or ate variations that the writer feels
it to change the rules of tihe his helplessness of. description, all her
~ratic party chaiming by such c- can say that, style and charm itself p e -
hat the Democratic party was valed..,
and also that tire Secretaries of After the dance .was over,_in we r~ee ;
Demoratie clubs of the State hours of the morn, all the visitors wtere Ib
shonst, all this was done oy po!- inv ited to the battery. and wholesome
rsin order to attain th'-ir .,olirr i-wiht lunch was served under the oresi
ts. Was not the Democratic pa dm enc of mine host, Marion Dulose, t
tas safe undier the old rules as it and all the charming and gallantguestsa
m the new rules. I say tha itm depar'ted with a smile on their lips and :t
I r: .e 'lasses an-. the niasses are hrappine:-s within their hearts, for their Iri
n Iris country. aol both fac-. homes, ever ready to return if chance ,tI
.r :Iown a; Decmoer'ats, and we pemis . T
'din Holy Writ that a house "i- The following coupies took part,' in
a'mst itself carnot stand. So Ithe dances at the auditorium hamll: Mr.
hre rime hams come when wte Julran Weinberg and Miss Sudie ti
Iorganize a reform party inth Wheeler, Mr. Ben Ness and Miss E.
alowng all whmite~ rme: to vote IBerger. Mr. E:hvard Player and Miss tt
t anv molestati~uon or .eum~ber- Sanie Wheeler, Mr. M E. Dulose and Ia
rules or regulations, and I also Hazel Rush, Mr and Mrs. W.R V r
it is high time for our Dermcrat- gess, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Dot.M.o
' to set up and take noti ce of Eugoene McFaddin and Miss Alferdhine 1E
VIes of taxation which has* b-en Met"addino, MIr. Joe Hjarrishi and Miss ie
Iupon ourt people. Our taxes arer Margaruite Nimmer, Mr. Paulin Mc-| w
shigh as they were when' we Fa'ddin and Miss M. Garland, Mr. Gar- ti
moder radical rule, otur taxes are land and Miss Anna McFaddin. Mr. J. ti
ras higher than tbey were ten Ml Faddin and Miss May Dulose. Mr. ni
ago. our people are resltss under Davis DiBose and Miss Earnestine Mc- al
mnden. and something wi i have Fadi ttdin, Mr. D. M. 'rurbeville and Miss
one to reduce taxation rn this Mlora Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Harris, si
'yas the burden is becominng un-. Mr. Nettles and Miss Miller, Mr. Car- re
)le. VO TER tem and Miss Davis, Mr. Ed, Ender and al
Mirss Bessie McFaddin, Mr. L. WVein gi
-++ berg and Miss Janie McFaddin, and tc
BUSINSS LOALS.many others whose names the writer gn
BUSINss LOALS.does not remember. You may guess ti
your tobacco, sell it now at The writer is informed that Sardinia
s Warelotts-.socral leaders are very gratified of hay- m r
Warehuse.ing so many visitors of the best social I
classes among thmeir neighbors to come al
ts ou ut35cfordinerat axand take pam't in entertainments, and e
m pain dary- cordially invites them all to come and tt
innle ~with themi an'd enjoy life It is er
g is selling toibacco for more our iatenrtiorn to put Sardinia on the Pt
an any othrer market. Sell it map nrt only fr'om a financial and busi- ir
rk's' Waitehouse. ness standpoint, but also in a social w
way equal to her importance. flaJ
>a~ iO. dyopefs at. Paxville on Social Reporter.
23r'd, with big barbecue antida
given by the ladies of the Bap- ~~~~"*
ir ch. i
bst place to sell tobacco is with C O R IA~ t
sWareouse. For Infants and Childrea .
t.forget bairbeeue and dinner at iin Use For Over 30 Years.
le carnpaigu day. August 23rd. Always bears t
nelit of Paxvi!!e Blapist, church. the P
ted-,00 people to eat barbecue Sintheo
nner at Paxville on August 23rd n
tsinclding coffee 0or tea. bc
barbecue dinner at Paxville A*ug NEu iaH s& nica00 ve
ties by Fe
las to Esta
I especially i
a Navy Ya
In the special
were five men in thi
and the Solicitor of
county was as folio
people who knew hi
WON'T YOU HELP J
Tuesday, the 8th, instant, Mr.
Democratic party and Mr. Mar
"Mr. Kitchin. Mr. Speak
adjourn I wish to announce th
1916, we will take up for consi
on the Naval Appropriation B
Mr. Mann. I think the ge
that occasion there will probat
to concur in the Senate Amer
Mr. Kitchin. That is true
The Speaker. The gentli
nounces that on Tuesday next
sideration the conference repo
Bill, and there will probably b
>Fear or 00o1
uffered Three Years
ithout Minutes Ease
irs. Pilgrim Would H ave
Terrible A t t a c k s
Nearly Every Day
e Declares First Bottie of
Tanlac Completely Relieve~d
Her-Had Been in Bad
Health 10 Years.
After suffering three lone years with
t a mintue's relief" from stomach
uble, Mrs. Rena Pilgrim. of 15 H~ar
street, Anderson, S. C., found comn
etc relief in the first bottle of Tran:ac
ie took, according to a statement she
ve the Tanlae representative Hecr
~I sutiered frarn stomach tronble.
hich caused mec continual puin for
ree years I did not have a minute's
lief.' I could not eat anything, and I
s so weak I could not do my house
ork. I had been in bad heal:h for
n (10) years, and my ailments had
en very bad during the pIs', five
"My nerves were all torn to pieces,
o. Nearly every day for about nine
nths, and less frequently during the
o previous years, I would have '.er
ble attacks. My nerves had some
ig to do with them, I suppose.
hese attacks would continue an hour
longer and I would becoma uncori
ious Members of my family severatl
es thought I was dying, and I
ought so myself. When these at
eks wore off it seemed as if I had had
orrible dream, and I would be too
eak to sit up or talk, even, for* tvow
three hours alter the spells ended
efore I took Tanlac I was so we.ak I
uld not do my housework and I
>id have to go to bed three~ or fu
es and rest a short while during the~
e I was cooking each meal. I did
t dare eat meat, and everything I
e would cause me terrible pains.
" had tried so many medicines and
*ent so much money without getting
lief that I had lost faith in medicine
:most and had about lost hope of ever
tting well again. I was parsuaded
take Tanlac, though, and when I be
a taking it I could not walk across
"Well, 1 am a weil and happy wo
an now, and it is all due to Traniac.
1 my, cook ing, we sh clothes occ.tsion
', and go to town and anywhere I
ze to, for my strength has been re
eed. The very lirst bottle of Tanlae
ded those terrible attacks and stop.
d the pain in my stomach. You can:
magine how grateful I felt when I
is freed of those pains after three
g years of steady sutfering.
"Since I began taking Tanlac I have
ee two trips to Georgia to visit rel
ves. 1 never get tired now and I
id a lot of pleasure in my housework.
im 45 years of age, but I am going
ound alot now to make up for the
ne I lost during the past five years.
:an eat anything now and a lot of it,
d I never have indigestion.
"am really a ne w and an entirely
lerent woman now, so great has been
change sine my health was im
ved. I felt fine when. I had finished
esecond bottle of Tanlac. and I have
t taken any in over a month. I
ught six bottles at one time, but I
ye one to a friend, and other mem
rs of my amnly tnnoe the rest T took
stands for dei
rd in Charlest
i a Harbor in
e Home Pe
election of 1913 to selec
a rac?. One of them resit
the Circuit, and very pop
ws: H ughes 3; Padgett il
m endorsed him. They w
RAKE PADGETT A CON(
o Meet Pa
Kitchin being the leader of the
n being the leader of the Re
er, before I make the motion to
Lt on Tuesday next,. August 15,
deration the conference report
ntleman ought to state that on
ly be a roll call on the motion
dment respecting the building
man from North Carolina an
there will be taken up for con
rt on the Naval Appropriation
e a roll call on that day.
3eal by not Me4
just two (2) bottles.
"I sure can recommend Tanlae, and
I have persuaded a lot of my feinds to
take it. If you had seen mue before
and after I'took Ts niac, you would say
it has worke l a real miracle for me.
That is just the size of it. Tanlac
worked a miracle for me "
"Tanlae." the Master Medieine, is
execusivel sold in Manning by the
Dickson Deog Store; in Summearton by
D. 0 IRh:im-, Jordan L. WV. Nettles,
New Zion Shaw & Plowden, Pinewo )d
Farmer; Sopplyv Co , Silver Davis and
I hereby certify that the following
have duly'qualified as candidates in the
approaching primnary election.
For Congress --James G. Pada ett,
Richard S. Whaley.
For soiieitor-Pail!ip H. Stoll.
For House of itepresetatives-C Rl
F Baker. Ralph S DesChamps, J H
DulHose; John J Epps, W W Johnson.
J HI Lesesne, M H Mellett, WV N Rush,
R D) White.
Fur Clerk of Court- J B Cautey, Ed
gar C. Dick son, T Mitch Wells.
For Sheriff-E B Gamble, E Ri Plow
For County Supervisor-N G Broad
way, J.1M Fleming, John D Gerald,
Cavin J Halev, J E Kelly. J H Tim
For County Supt of Education-E J
Browue, .J Ingram Wilson
IF. r Coronsr-Theodore V Gray, J
Allen Shorter. John P Thatmes, Isaac
For Magistrate at Turbeville-M D
Baird, J H Baker, W ira Buddin Hugh
P Gibbons. S D Powell, E Ed Turbe
Foir Magistrate at New Zion-W E
Fleming, P M Gibbons.
For .Magistrate at Aleolu--B 13 Ber
ry, JTohn (C Harvin, WV D Young.
For Magistrate at Manning-J W
Herrot, P L Ridgill.
For Magistrate at For.stnn- -J E
Graham, J1 E luichbourg.
For Magistrate at Summierton-A J
For Magistrate at Pa:<yil..-L S iBar
wick, T Parker Brown
For Magistrate at Pinewood-E MI
Bradham, A P Ragin.
S. Olirer O'Bry an,
Coun y Chairman.
M a n iig, A ug. 15, 1916.
Services at Ths Methodist Church.
Mann inz Methoil ist Church, Dr.
Watson B. Duncan. Pastor.
The Sunday School will meet at 10:00
a. mn., Mr. .Jos Sprott, superintend
The M\en's Bible Clas-; meets at the
same ho.ur, Hon. Charlton Duflant,,
Preaching at 11a. in , and 8:30 p. m.
by the pastor.
Moraiag subject: "rhe Consecra
Evening sub~lect: "The Unpardont
ble Sin.', Bible Didiculties, No L.
Epworth League 5 n. m. Mr. Mor
an Sprott, President.
Prayer service on Thursday at 5
This will be followed by the Teacher
Public cordially invited to all ser
O... as G ..a PrvnsPm...a .
relopment of Country Coun
ace in Drainage and Good:
of the Smith-Lever Bill so
for Vocational Education,
and Home Economics; for
on the equal of any in the
ople Think of Padgett=
t the Successor to Hon. George S. Legare. there
led in Cclleton. was a fellow-member of the Bar
ular throughout the county. The vote in Colleton
05; Peurifoy 560: von Kolnits 5; Whaley 83. The
ill give him a stronger endorsement this time
dgett on the Stump.
Mr Kitchin. Tne Chairman of the Committee on Naval
Affairs, (Mr. Padgett) will make a motion to concur in the
Building Program as inserted in the Senate.
The Speaker. And there will undoubtedly be roll calls
on that day."
This was official notice that the vote woul: not bs taken
- until the 15th, instant, and the absent congressmen were not J
caled upon to return before the 15th. It will therefore be seen
that Mr. Whaley could have attended all of the campaign
me'tings and yet have returned to Washington several days
before the vote on the Naval Appropriation Bill. Other South
Carolina congressmen who were opposed for re-electiou had
time to leave Washington and meet their opponents on tho
stump the very same week that Mr. Whaley remained in Wash
sting Padgett on the Stump?
Sell your tobacco at
Clark's Warehouse, I am
selling more tobacco than
ever, considering t h e
.short crop. My motto is
to try~ and treat every
man alike, and want to ex
press my heartfelt appre
ciation to the tobacco
growers for what t h ey
have done for me. When
you have tobacco to sell
drive straight to Clark's
Warehouse and you will
go home satisfied.
Market will close Fri
day August 25th. Sell
your tobacco, and sell it
now at Clark's W ar e-.
Yours for high prices,
R. D. Clark, Prop.
fow To (live Quinine To Children. The struB Wthan th Weato