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WITRdtLAY 17. 1894.
NG S. C., SEPT. 13. 1916
1S iED EVERY WEDNESDA
- - APPELT,
,L1oR ANA PROPETO~R.
"cM_ y _a well dresser has
Bang onto life. You'll neve
a ecd grab.
Don't.sow too many wild oal
i young- You may ru
ort of seed wh'en you get ol
-han s we never smoke pc
Scal var. Make it an ad iz
n.=e strike was called off. Bt
ce. :e'note persistently d(
e to rge down,
erd about the latest Gel
=drive."- It was Sunda
ern~oand a dainty miss se
Q:U to go to heaven
titch up a mule an
and start in the 01
cans are as craz
as abed bug is ove
In this, however
eak from expei
~be-smaho persistently 1c
res itpved methods of fare
is himielf eventually igno)
the dess of fortune.
'he sting of the hoiiey bee i
p to the-sting of price boos1
hat isgoing on all over ti
ny. the price of postag
mps and air, however, remai
ener~dNelson A. Mile
h~s a federation of nation
*uld putan end to war. So d
B3athed rouble is, tb
gs and, enierors and othe
tentates-wdrst listen to eitl
ouang mani, theroad to wealt
i ame does not lie througi
eness ar-sreet coraers. Suc
as i en are niever foun
ere, ad-menwho have mad
e-s andfortunes for then
Stes were not found there i
Do you wan :to-see this tow
ow Doryonwantto see mor
ofin circulation here? D
nwan more o1 that mone,
ursl? RThen stop kickin
dget out and push If yo
a defeahelp remedy it ir
-otf 1p&8ining. Do some
erytig fo* others to dc
ris town is and always will be
t wibat wediurselves make it
it.a the -live wire communi
ear'e what their own lhv
res mnae them. You can
tirte corn with a dead horse
o yaa can'tmake a live tow:
sanply tolling others wha
ought to do.
9w that~ the strike is off, th
~z weof Will n
tbe another boost i
nlt rates. That will mea
*boostd n the retail pric
ery thing, for it is not th
s or. ihe dealers that pa
reight-it is the consumer
tl imanufacturer adds fiv
2 ent to his 'prices, th
l~estuer will tack on anothe
phpsmore, and ther
no tel~ng how much morn
be screwed from the publi<
ore it r.aches the consumer
was sim~ply an increase o
'oezV::rper cent or so a]
g the ine it would not b<
badn But it is not
y Ccile w who handles i
seice alittle extra bloo<
the tuirnip, until by th<
xi reac hes your home o:
es ethe original in
sa h altiplied many fold
'o C o t-feel to be a goat
n County Democrati
- ,. ittee is hereby calle
o urt House at Mai
I hursday, Septembe
ye o'clock, noon, it
Jbulating the returt
- - - results of the secor
a .,nd for the transal
S business as may 1
- 9. Oliver O'Bryan,
THE aldRIT OF 1890.
Every daily paper in the State,
except The American. hollers
bloody murder at the idea that
Manning, the righteous, should
be dethroned. -We use the word
dethroned advisedly because he
belongs to that race of Bour
bons that firmly believe they are
born to rule or ruin. That the
newspaper trust stands by the
"better thou" ruling element is
easily understood. They have
been accustomed to do so, and
whenever theyhave "kicked ov
er the traces" they have been
punished accordingly, in with
a drawal of official paid advertise
ments, and in other indirect
ways that were felt.
. But when a figure like Sena
tor Tillman looms up to throw
his influence on the side he has
s fought so bitterly in the past,
n the spectacle becomes pathetic.
When in 1890 Tillman started
his reform campaign, he had a
lot of smaller papers behind him
as well as the powerful Farmers
Alliance. It was then when the
News and Courier said nothing
t but unkind things of him, it was
then that the Columbia State
was called into existence for the
purpose of destroying Tillman- .
ism. The records of these two
dailies will reveal some awful
charges, allegations, and insinu
ations made to hurt Tillman.
There was no human being so
low, if one believed these pa
pers. Things of horrid signifle
ance were alleged and published
His tax returns, it was stated by
the State, were made fraudu
lently. The value of his cows,
V to which it stated he had sworn
r was not over $10.00 a head,
when they were sold to a State
institution, had suddenly multi
plied tenfold. The State Dis
pensary, for whice he, as ex
officio chairman, had bought
a whiskey far in excess of the ap
propriation made by the Legis
lature, came in for much censure
and the stiffest fight by these
s newspapers in the history of the
- State. They spoke of graft and
s swindles, and large profits,, argi
e of unpopular laws that were not
n to be enforced under any circum
stance. There. was then no cry
of "law and order." They guid
s ed the jurie's into believing that
s it was a righteous and holy thing
o to throw out cases against any -
e one who had violated the dispen -
r sary law.
- Tiliman was then pitchfork
Tillman. who demanded that his'
"one-gallus boys" should be per
a mitted to vote in the primnary a
i without writing out their names,
Sages, heigbth and weight in full. I
d, There was nothing too bad t o
e say against him.
. The very Democratic party in c
a the State was burst wide open.
No Tillman could be tolerated.
We had the same reports of his r
a contempt of the Constitution,the V
e same attacks on his doctrine that e
D the white womanhood of the l
y State should be kept safe under 1
a policy of frightfulness". b
a Why? Because a common
- man had had the audacity to run d
. for an office to which, according
to the ethics of the newspapers b
and the political ring, only thed
Schosen few were eligible.
This Tillmnan is dead. He a
-died after the Oregon land deals b
e and the Hubbell revelations had 0
t had their tanning influence on
,him. A new Tillman arose, a 0
2 Tillman who bends hi's back to C
t the rulers, the aristocrats, the
Bourbons. The man wvho told
Charlestonians from the steps y
of the City Hall that the city
never could progress, that al- to
Sready grass was growing in its
2ill-kept streets on account of the 3
2 Cort House ring and the "cuc T'
koo there across the street" (thle i
SNews and Courier,) the man
Swho appealed to progressive cit- -
izens to get rid of the unholy al -
hiance and to take a new lease on
life, died at the time he became
r the talk of the nation in connec. P
tion with these scandals.
And a new Tillman has been
born. The soul of an old Bour- A
bon is transferred into the old0
body, and the old spirit of the i
man of- the people has fled in e
.Today he is the stanch friend a
of the papers he held up to
sc-orn, he has becom.e their piia- is
ble tool. And whenever the
existence of the old ring is
threatened. he comes forward ~
and done his war paint anid ap
peals to the~ people in his old
body, believ-ing they fail to ap- ~
prehend the new Borb-on spiirit
But if the old Tpillmani hasT
e died, his reform movement is di
rA better and tr-uer man has La
Sarisen to defend its principles,
d only to find that his most malic- ce
i ious foe is the changed Tillmnan. st
Principles do not die. They do d:
nd fall, but the principle will
'e and the progressive princi
le taught by the now defunct
,irit of the pithfork Senator
as found a better, truer, more
otpetent lodgmnent in Cole L.
Hence, Tlllma'n's words do not
1ng true any longer. Blease
11l certainly be our next Gov
nor and redeem tb e State
'am hypocrisy and class legis
ion, despite the new carpet
ggers that come from other
ates with whiskey boodle to
Blease's election will be a
lw against foreign whiskey
alers, a blow against the-phar
ee principles of Manning and
>low against the turncoat bab
ngs of a mela'acholo sample'
And you will see the dust fly
~t of the old coat tomorrow.
'e offer One Hundred 'Dollars Reward~ for
vcase of Catarrh that cannot he cured b"
ills Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props.. Toledo, ou
-e. the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney
the last 15 years. and believe him perfectly'
orable in all business transactions and inan
ly able to carry out any obligations umade by
Ewr & T at Ax, wholesale druggists.. Toledo.O0.
wiflsG. Krss.AN & 1ditvIs, wholesale drug
s. Toledo. 0.
airls Catarrh Cure Ia taken interne2ly.actin:
-ctly upon the blood and macom. surf aceaeC
system. Price 75e. per bottle. Sold by sia
ugists. Testimonials free.
alts Family Pills are the be
ATE OF SOUTH CAROLIiMA~
County of Clarendon.
.lames M. Windlham, Esq., Pr'obate
H ERE AS, Hanley Hi. Garland raade
suit to me to grant him Lemters of
ministration of the Estate and effects
.. HI. Garland.
ihese are thefore, to cite and admoni
hall and singular the Kindred and
editors of the saied J. HI. Ga.rland die
esd, that they be and apoear befor'
. in the Court of Probate, to be hehd
Manning on the 22nd day of Sept.
t, after publication hereof. at 1L
lock in the foren'uon, to, show cause..
ny they have, why the said Admin
tation should not be granted.
iven under my hand this 4th day
September Anno Domnini 1916.
J. M. WINDH AM.
.uJ .Judge of Probate.
Constipation The Father of Many Ills.
)O the numerous ills that afieet hra
aitv a large share start with cowais.
tion. Keep your bowels regular endi
y tmay be avoided. WVhen a laxasiree
eeded take Chamberlain's Tablets..
ey not only move the bowels ban im~
'oe the appetite and strengthent th.e
estion. Obtainable everywhere
-Fos, A Mild, Effective Laxative & ther Tou
Does Not Mrpe nor Disturb the Stnmacb
addition to other properties, Lax-F)s
ntains Cascara in acceptable form, a
nulatingLaxativeandTonic. Lax-F bs
s5 effectively and does not gripe nor
turb stomach. At the same time, it aids
estion, arouses the liver and secretins
- has arrived
a big lin
>me in andi I
Home of Har
State of South Carolina
County of Clarendon.
By James Ml. Windhamn, Esq., Probate
Whereas. James V. Burgess made
suit to me to grant him Letters of Ad
ministration of the Estate and effects
of William L. McFaddin, deceased
These are therefore' to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and Creditors of the said William L
McFaddin, deceased, that they be
and appear before me, in th Court of
Probate, to be held at Mannintr on the
22nd day of September next, after pub
lication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause. if any they
have, why the said Administration
should not be granted.
GMo t ider my hand this 2nd. day
of Sa. er- Anno Domini 1916.
AMES M. WINDIIAM,
SEAL] .Tudge of Probate.
Clear Bad Skin From Within.
Pimply, muddy complexions are due
to impurities in the blood. Clear up
the skin by taking Dr. King's New
Life Pills Their mild laxative quali
ties remove the posons from the sys
tem and brighten the eye. A full, fre
non-griping bowel movement. in th
morning is the reward of a dose of Dr
King's New Life Pills the nizht, b-for
At your D~ruggist, 25c-Audv.
Bed Table for invalid.
If a bed-table is not available for the
invalid, the leaf of the sewing ma
chine will make a good substitute, or
a sewing table, two legs resting upon
the floor, the other two turned under.
A few books placed upon the bed will
prop up the other end of the table and
prevent it from pressing upon the pa
Don't Neglect Your Cold.
Neglected colds get worse, instead of
better. A stuffed head, a tie t chesI
mst he relieved art once. Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-Honey is usture's remedy.
Honey and glycerine heal the irritated
membane. antiseptic tar- -loosens the
phlegm, you breathe easier and you
cold. is btroken up. Plea-:nt to take.
Dr. Bells Pine-Tar-Honey is an ike;'
rened. for children as well as arows
ups. .u your dr-ugst, :.2-A dr.
.On the Modern Woman.
Justus Miles Formian, in his three
last novels, may be said to have drawn
three sides of the modern woman. In
"The Opening Door" the heroine found
out a way to serv-e "the cause" when
she discovered the role of militant suf
f'agist was not for her ; in "The Blind
Spot" a rich New York girl became
interested in schemes for civic better
ment, and in his last novel, "The Twin
Sisters," the girl showrs that she eares
for other things as well.
"I want to be petted and fiattered,"
she says, "and put upon a little pedes
tal. I want to be told that I am pret
ty and that I inspire muy man to do
whatever it is he 'des better than he
did it before. I want-children . . .
But there's something more-som6
thing that has been slowly developing
In us women through the long climb
upward from savagery. We've grown
another want-at least, I think we
have. We've grown a desire to use
and it is time
e of the newe
et us show y
t Schaiffner &
Advice From Seventy Years Ago.
To young ladies, who, regardless of
hard times, deck themselves as if for
the sacrificial altar: Ladies must re
collect that because their male friends
do not tell their pecuniary eiis
tresses, it does not follow that they
are at ease in these troublesome times.
:Many a man worth his thousands is
"cramped" now. Ladies: Be econom
ical; lay off your rings, put on your
soiled slippers, resume and mend your
rent gowns. We call on females to
practice economy, to cut off extrava
gances, regulate your expenses-cur
tail your wants, and show your affec
tionate husbands, kind brothers and
fond fathers that you are ready to
hear a recital of their troubles, that
you will sympathize with them, and if
necessary resign luxuries, and do it
with a good grace, and have none the
less smiles for them for what they
would gladly avoid and what they are
not to blame for enduring.-From the
British-American Cultivator, Toronto,
Speed Upon the Water.
A boat has been designed by D. N.
Brown of Grand Haven, Mich., which
.6n test runs has attained a speed of
40 miles an hour, says Popular Sci
ence. The body of the craft is made
of thin galvanized iron over a bass
wood framework two feet wide and
twenty feet long. Two galvanized iron
air tanks are attached to an outrigger
five feet from the rear end on both
sides. When the four-cylinder motor,
set in the rear, whirls a six-inch pro
peller, the prow rises out of the water
and the craft skims along like a huge
bird over the surface, the entire
weight resting on about three feet of
the stern. The two tanks maintain
The boat has proved a success in all
ways, and the inventor believes, with
an improved design, that he will have
a craft capable of making 6Q n.iles
an hour without being crowded.
Cat Dives for Frogs.
Warren Clement of Millvale, while
at work in his hayfield, heard a loud
splash in a pond near by, and think
ing that perhaps a horse mackerel had
got into the sheet of water, noiseless
ly approached the spot and was aston
ished, although he knew that he had
one of the brightest. cats in Maine,
when he saw his pet Angora coon
cat dive from a stump and disappear
in the water, only to reappear within
a few seconds, bearing a frog in its
Depositing the now lifeless frog on
the ground, the four-footed coon
gained the stump again, crouched,,
another spring, another dive, another
swim and another f'-og.-Bangor Com
Bill-I know a man who can tell the
time of day by his pulse.
Jill-Quit you kiddin'. How could
he do that?
"lie wears a wrist watch. That's by
hs pulse, isn't it?".
For Tniants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years'
Sto purchase 3
st styles and
~ou the new
Marx and Ed
S No doubt you are, if
ycu sulrfrom any of te
whch an vomen aresub
to...; and you t rd
ursli of them in orde
beewobenefited by this
remedy, urge you to
The Woman's Tonic |
Mrs. Sylvania Woods,
of Clifton Mills, Ky., says: F
"Before taking Car dui,
I was, at times, so weak I E
Scould hardly walk, and
4the pain in my back and
h ead nearly killed me.
After taking three bottles
of Cardui, the pains dis
appeared. Now I feel as
well as Iever did. Every
S suffering woman shculd
try ~ Caru. et abottle
just issued, tells all about
Alfalfa and all
Grass and Clover
Seeds for Fall Planting.
Wood's Fall Seed Catalog also
gives full and complete infor
and profit in the lat Set and
Fall.It is altoete te most use
Mailed free to Gardeners, Market
Growers and Farmers on request.
Write for it.
T.W.WOOD C SONS,
' SEEDSCEN, - Richmond, Va.
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
.The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
Geera oninc because it conutains the
n welkon tonic properties of QUININ
out Maai, Eriches te Bloo andi
rour Fall Hat. We have
le & CO.
styles. See our
8LJMTEFR, S. O.
. V. Price Clothes.
E CO NOMY.
STOP! LOOK! LISTEN!
Fromz August 5th, 1915, to August 5th. 1916. I mulde
1911 suits from old o'ies, not counting suits I had over
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
Don't fail to see my Fall Samples. Suits from $12.50
Hoffman French Dry Cleaning Co.
T. N. WILDMAN, Manager.
Phone 142. Manning, S. C.
FOR THlE FAMOUS.
Monroe Motor Cars
Touringj Cars and Roadsters. New Models
Address "REPRESENTATION." care of
Genesta Hotel. Augusta, Ga.
TO THE TINES OFFiCE.