Newspaper Page Text
TIE SEASON'S FIRST CAR OF
We have just received a car of
Western Mules. You can find just
the Mule you want, whether it is a
large Mule, medium Mule or a small
Mule; a farm Mule or a Draft Mule.
This is an extra fine lot of mules,
and you will not be able to do bet
We also have several fin, riv
ing and Work Horses.
A full Line of Harness, Buggies,.
Wagons, Lap Robes, Etc.
Coffey & Rigby,
MANNING, S. C.
the teals of the offieris. With floors tifiui cnncd macre a tremendoeus Tilt.
mU T VIn their tents and wvalled up on each NVen the quartette gets Ao the line
ECT f side, with stoves biing issued and full "We twist the greaser's tail
E~rul~ I~I equipment of overcoats, blankets and Rlaie him home upon a rail"
winer lotingloos a iftheSouh I alaysbrings down the house.
CaoinLosUil pn the witr Tewahris deladis greatly
Nhere enjoyed after the horible weather ex
brgd napart. i ndisposed ad TeSuhCarolinians enjoyed the
Bri. Gn.Roger Williams of the sights at the International Products
SOUTH CAROLINA TROOPS DON'T Kentucky brigade Is temporarily In expositon, held rec3ntly in El Paso.
LOOK FOR QUICK RETURN command of the division. The predominant feature was the dedi.
TOThe "ghost again walked" this week, cation of Elephant Butte dm, the
TO HOMEthe boys receiving their pay for the project of which will turn this desert
PREPARING FOR THE WINTERTh hike o a d n M.. o teMin mt and whic was
Equipment Is isnued to Enable Sol- a va
dier Boys to Withstand the Coldrinndhian th nihswrox thild ihteexuiemucwih
While on Border-That Famous ceigycl.i icusd h adcnitdo
Hike. TePlet osaenwbig~)pee n a h rme ada
In Camp with the South Carolinainiialisrtinith scolo Ieu.GC. alyof om ny ,
National Guard, (Camp Owen Ilierroe, sliradtesud h osteSyhRfe fIezr a er
in the 1El Paso Patrol District. on the nvrraie httee~a omc ealdt uy wt h eet
Border-Thre growing hielief that the oth prvt odetolanThr UnedStsifnry tFrt ls.
stay of the Palmet to troops on theisacniuu ron ofshosfr Cp.O otKng CnetctNa
.\exican border will be indefinit e wasofirs ad fr nncm isoe linl undhsb ndealdqa
further st rengt hened when orders wer fie rs e atro h rgd.Mj 'x
issued by thIe district heardunarter-s to 'ey nlevrI ben pu fot ster Foid atto lGadsIle
have Sibley stoves placed in the tents h h ryatoiist e in dvsoisnaycutofcradh
of the ciilisted men, one-flfthI of a cord i h ainlGnr oels nte dasotjsiet i ofruao
of wvood being allowed for each stove.reua n-m. en odeiigte- filtlvth pootgad
Trho officers wvill have oil stoves forlitmysltth reiette wih t 'i oitelng iahto Ts
theetr tenlts. HiothI of the i'almoftto regi- t ~l rd te illegatdaP ric5 et eio eety o h
mienits have bceen ecquippedl with over- as uluh~'tifl a. Svrl eil ' 'ifitteSuhCuo
The di vision qcr-termastor has re- ple o rnfr oteanyai-Teifnr rgds i
elved orders to board-c up t he sides of lo colt er o o bcm h htln rnp o
the0 Privates' tents t se sam .p ,s are x rt a iter.1if Nw eic an th
all.on K mrght.-omnndig te lnist fite (le. nsfatllrigahi.
'bnrfrmairioIle tts, i gaea eoeiinnevpp-(lnra otn h omnl h
providted ihe oys onaccountof-wha
libign terdfc- ooro er'- Ifrthm do rgIleln iie tvsohsadresc i olwn
atn an afr as raiig t oha'-cs .M ~ loe fe re fcmieua o oCl rgt
trouble .vsh tolexbrepsotodyouwind
thaetht~ilgv yupra entoto iemesw ta hy thog o ote fies ad m
of 'r kokven gasliaasshesothlduplfitienegiensdyhghapre
fTnshpirdb alat esnb e re i ohn hc rnprsan tmn ipae u-rg I
EYEic ~EX AtuIATIan ONdaS.
ums5, i kofH m rHil t ha i osntko nti rgd nae ftep'vsoa iiin t
1iU'DR.i i. M.ii CISi RAEL0Ni , ecpshsatnin ac.
Y Oun EYES ~~~The etd oftersms offis Wth Fiors ot aoiargmnswr
gsewtth etverydy Aen tss emping utl oapovsoa riaewt
ii ec'cce ~ i a teniui nce ~ equ ipo tmen loeeast, nig t s andls
wintgimentofhongMichigansfor the hike,
haroin for il apn whe wanteraetlydf eitadnvrhvn
relied, has ~~~Gen Moton the bacomiader o th ere to thrbfetis ikhy
itroen thuise dilil cch, and bligads i fo tr a t n i isphosed tatd erulkl aeit acnrt n
Brig. Gdut e. Rge Wllas o th
I hi~iiiciKentucky brigadei Ssnttemporariiy in
comn d getadiof lasi d.mne n the udtivnieforooft.
DR. I.M.ISR ELSON, mend.The oth g htlkd ithi plaeekfier ndmn
the couy recbivnger ay anr the Iti ad htwen he ivso
')ptometlstamoth ofarSeptemb ter aend er g w vas t tr reshdlo ise
SUMTER, s. cx "Carolina.thichio was eacgreat sexperlf5t h satn-ieofec rgd
whtadn the faa of thate thetilastf Slyt
Some Have to Keep on Until
They Almost Drop. How
Mrs. Conley Got Help.
Hero 13 a letter from a woman who
had to work, but was too weak and suf
fered too much to continuo. How she
1 rankfort, Ky.-"I suffered so much
wth female weakness that I could not
do my own work,
had to hire it done.
I heard so much
about Lydia E. Pink
Compound that I
tried it. I took three
. bottles and I found
it to to all you
claim. Now I feel as
well as ever I did and
am able to do all my
own work again. I
recommend it to any woman suffering
from female weakness. You may pub
lish my letter if you wish. "-Mrs. JAMES
CONLEY,CE16 St. Clair St.,Frankfort,Ky.
No woman suffering from any form of
female troubles should lose hope until
she has given Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg.
etable Compound a fair. trial.
This famous remedy, the medicinal
ingredients of which are derived from
native roots and herbs, has for forty
years proved to be a most valuable tonic
and invigorator of the female organism.
All women are invited to write
to the Lydia E. Pinkham Medl
cine Co., Lynn, Mass., for specia)
advice,-it wil be confidential.
Caroliiia wvas 'the oi onle to m.o
on the exact time. ard because Col.
Wright had previously ascertained tihe
exact di:,tance from his camp and
cleared a ce-tain point. Other bri
gades got ch:"oed in the' passage be.
cause th' y h:'(! a tendency to start
nheaid of time and caused scme con
Great p'nise was glven by the in.
spectors of the work of the entire di
vision, but Smith rCnolinia, as usual
name o'it with first honors. The b-1
mad" well offiered and 'h- msn well
trained made a fine shoivwng on the
'ong m rch. The tr'ops were cheer.
?ul and they whistled nnd sang d'iring
the long hours of marehine and it
amp. There was no eom"!aining an"d
hey were always ready for the next
The last five die's of the return f-om
'.as Cr-ices wa- mnse through a cold
-ai an . the troons (ame into thei
-amp shiverilTr and with wet blanket
nd clothes. bt thre was no com
)laining. They stored the mn'rh likt'
non and are sec.o'ed soldlevs now
The d:sinline of the Palm tto b'itmade
was ex.'rlleeit. cam" orderly and prop
-rly policed upon d-'parture: its part
of the ma'io-nvres was well exenuted
its supnlieo talen care or in the nroper
way, and the men and the animals re
turned to "amn nmeely cared for an'
greatly he'ped by the exnerience o'
soldier life in the f 'id. it is felt by
the ml'itary men that ?!e South Caro
linians are now nrenared for war f'
necepssarv atA- il" inh' are trainte'
and hardened an'd would show tip likt
The men are back to canp roitinc
and~ field training has P"en"'roetmo"
With the experience of settling danw'
in winter ottartars for an ind fihite
stay on the i-order the Palmetto hoye
are making the best of the situation
Tt is thought that the re-'!monets wil
ano be sent ouit on natrol diitty and
'dveon thnir part in th" hold which
Uncle Sam is keening on his own er
ritory to p~reven1t any raird of hand'te
or other mln-not's f m getting
across from tronhled Mexheo.
WIll Rematn Urtil Summer.
. E. E. Hiali. who w'is recently aip.
'in ted as- s'rin-a agrenit in t ho Un.
tedi States dena-tmnt of a grirultur
o di re-t t hn cultt'i Iton in Smith Car
alina of early variet iis of m-'ed cotton
'0 co~mat tin boll wenv-il, plas "c I
make his headonarters in Columbia.
Mr. Ilall 1h-s been the effiir-nt f-irn
-lemonst ration an In for R ichlan d
county several ears. and dnsir~es to
emaiIn in ('olurnbin durn g t hi culti.
vatito noeason. In the51 umiie r he wJIP
nm ake Clemson College hi!s headquar.
(Gov. Manning has appointed M. .
Morris, J. M. Peamvy aind Henry M.
Mimns as rural policemen for Clarendon
Firsl ietti. John G. Itltman, medi
cal corps, has been authorized by WV.
WV. Moore. adjutant general, to organ
iza a sanitary detachment in connec
tion with the battalion of Coast Artil.
AVIATOR WITH U. 8. MAILl
REACHES N. Y. SAFELY
New York.-Victor Carlmst.'om. who
loft Chicago for New York Jr. a Nc-q
York Times mail-carrying aeroplane.
descended on Governor's Island en-I.
lng his flight at 8:55 1-2 a. m. I..
journey *was interrupted by stop~s at
Erie, Pa., and Hamomondsport, N. Y.
On his flight fromn Hamondsport
Carlitrom broke another record coy
oring the distance, 315 mi~is, at an
average sped( of 137 miles an hour..
Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System
The Old Standard generai strengthening tonic.
GROvE'S TASTPRIRS5 chili TONIC. drives ouit
Maiaria,enriches the biloodanil builds up the sys
temn. A true tonic. For adts andt chln.-n . n
CL AENON COUNTY FAIR QUEEN
The following young ladies have been chosen
by the people from their respective districts to
eni r the grand Contest for Queen of Clareudon
District No 1.......... ....Miss Pearl Wheeler
District No. 2...... .......Miss Mamie Hintson -
District No. 8..... ......... Miss Augusta Appelt
District No. 4 ...............Miss Janie Land
District No. 5. . , . ...........Miss Corinne Davis
District No. 6 .... ... .......Miss Leila Corbett
District N6, 7......... .......Miss Myrtle Allen
District No. 8................ M gie Barwick
RULES OF GRAMD CONTEST.
All votes mnust be in by ten o'clock Thursday
night, November 16th, 1916.
The young lady receiving largest. number of
votes will be declared Queen of Clarendon County
Fair, and will be crowned 12 o'clock Friday on
court house square. She will be presented with a
beautiful gold wrist watch. The two young ladies
receiving the next highest votes will be dclared
her maids. The Queen and her maids will be
given passes to the fair grounds and all attractions
HOW TO VOTE FOR YOUR CHOICE.
All votes will sell ten for one cent. Fill out
the blank below, enclose same in an envelope with
money and mail direct to Chairman of Contest and
drop in box at voting station. The receipts from
this contest will go to Clarendon County Fair As
S. L. Huggins, Chairman Y
Manning. S. C.
Enclosed you will find $ ..... .....for votes
for Miss. ... ...........
.. . ..........................
At Augusta. Ga.
Round Trip Fares From e-y
Tickets will be sold to Augusta as' above by the
Atlantic Coast Line.
The Standard Railroad of the South,
Limited returnmng until midnight of Monday, November
November 13 to 18. Inclusive.
Proportionate Rates from Initermediaute Points.
Children Half Fare.
For further particulars, schedulbs, etc , call on
Hi. D. CLARK, Ticket Agent.
Manning, S. C.
SOUTHERN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.
at Atlanta. Georgia.
Round Tipl Fare From ~ A
MANNING, ~ ~.UU.
T1ickets, will be sold to Atlanta as above by the
Atlantic Coast Line
Tthe~ StandaM- Railroad of the South,
November 12. 13 and 14,
Limited returning until midnight of November- 10, 1010.
Proportionate 1Fares from all Stations on the A. C. L.
For further information, schedules, .sleeping car ac
commodations, etc., call on II. D. CLARK,
Tricket Agent, Manning, S. C.
TO THE TINES OFFICE.