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Mrs. Elizabeth Reuther, 1002 11th
t.N.W., Washington, D. C., writes: Standb
'I endorse Peruna as a splendid
medicine for catarrh and- stomach
trouble, from which I suffered sev
oral years. I took it for several Cod
months, found my health was re. Cold.
stored and have felt splendidly over
since. I now take it when I con
tract a cod, and It soon rids the sys. Those who object to liquid medi
tent of aby catarrhal tendencies." cones can procure Peruna Tablets.
Lands for Sale
I beg to offwr for sale the lands belonging to Estate of
*, A. Levi as follows:
(1) 42 acres about 5 miles South of Manning known as
part of the Bonanza tract.
(2) 73 acres about 12 miles South of Manning on the
Santee River Road known as the Lawrence Rivers tract.
(3) Two tracts of 24 and 25'%2 acres, being parts of the
Cyc Davis lands.
(4) 142 acres in Calvary Township rented by D. C. Stokes.
(5) 28 acres, more or less, in Fulton Township.
(6) 110 more or less, ,in Mount Zion Township known as
the Robert Fleming land.
(7) 340 acres, more or less, in Mount Zion Township com
* posed of tracts of 104, 86 and 150 acres.
(8) One lot in Southern part of Manning measuring. 100x200
* feet known as one of the A. L. Lesesne lots.
(9, 51 acres on Raccoon Road about 10 miles South of 'Man
ning rented this year by J. F. Richbourg and known as the
Joe Tucker place. bugadkona h
(10) 127 acres in Sammy Swamp Township adjoining lands
known as the Stone andl Curtis lands.
C (11) 200 acres in Sammy Swamp Township known as the
(12) 50 acres in Calvary Township rented this year by
(13) 71 acres in Calvary Township known as th: Hoyle
lands, adjoining Cutter's Mill Pond.
(14) ~50 acres, more or less, in Sammy Swamp Township
kpown as the Jeff Shannon and Oliver Shannon tract.
All prospective purchasers are requested to submit bids and
apply for detailed information in regard to above to J. A.
SELINA LEVI, Executrix.
WHY NOT HAVE A TALKING MACHINE?
GET THE FAMOUS
Any Victrola From $16.50 Up,
$10.000 WORTH OF VICTROLAS AND
RECORDS IN STOCK
WE ALSO CARRY THE
Deal 'with a house that carries a good reliable line. If you
need any repairs you can always find this place. Beware of
men that come to your home and offer to sell you a machine for
$25 to $35, when you can. come to this house and buy a better
and far superior machine for $16.50... Buy a machine with a good
motor. Day after day we have patrons coming to our place with
machines in which the motors are broken and they cannot even
get any repairs. Machines they paid $25 or $35 for have motors
not strong enough for $5 machines.
MACHINES SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS.
Iha Sumter Talking Machine Co.
26 SOUTH MAIN ST. SUMTER, S. C.
U m a CocaCoa o
TO HELL THOSE WHO
QESTION' IS MOTIYES
DIPPING DOWNWHERE INK IS
THICK, "MONT" SULLIVAN
PRODS SENATOR WITH HIS
Tillnian to Sullivan.
Trenton, S. C., Nov. 2nd, 1917.
Mr. M. V. Sullivan,
Townsville, S. L.
Dear Sir: I am in receipt of your
letter of October 30th, and you are
evidently suffering from indigestion.
You will probably feel better over
the political situation if you will take
a good dose of calomel. Things are
not half as bad as they look to you,
and I am not worrying in the least
about Blease going to the senate. I
do grieve some times when I see my
old friends so lacking in good sense
and so unappreciative of what is best
for the state following him with mad
Had he been a noble man, clean
and earnest in his desire to serve, no
one would have been more pleased
than I, but the opportunity to do so
came to him. As a matter of fact,
he debauched and polluted the great
est opportunity that has come to a
young man in this state in recent
Whether it pleases you or not, I
am conscious of the fact that a great
majority of the people of this state
have for me both affection and re
spect. My conscience is clear for I
have (lone what appeared to me my
plain duty. Those who have misun
derstood me through want of infor
mation or by reason of false teach
ing I have already forgiven, but those
who attempt to question my motives
or accuse me of betraying my princi
ples or Blease either can go to hell.
- Yours truly,
B. R. TILLMAN.
Sullivan to Tillman.
lion. B. R. Tillman,
Trenton, S. C.
Sir: Yours of the 2nd inst. to hand
and in reply beg to say that your
diagnosis of my disease is partly cor
rect. I swallowed Tillmalsni in 1890,
and suffered from Dispensary re
bates, and Oregon land frauds until
relieved by a full (lose of Bleaseism
in 1912. My political stomach has
never fully recovered from the shock,
but thank you, I am improving, and
seeing your appeal for help to the
Columbia" State," is a powerful tonic
which is rapidly restoring lost politi
It has been depressing to have the
old Conservative crowd laugh and
point at you, saying: "We told oyu
all the time Tillman was a fake and
fraud." You are their property.
You unloaded yourself on them. May
they find joy in the possession. You
began your life as a fraud. You he
trayed and ruined every leader who
aidled you. Irby, Shell, Farley, Eller
be and Norris, all died (despising you.
You can't point to one now living who
(10es not hate you. In 1890, the far
'ming class wvere in bad shape; cotton
was belowv the cost of prodluction and
ruin stared us in the face. You may
have been sincere when you started,
but power ruined you. You borrow
ed1 money from your brother, George,
to begin on, and then you betrayed
him because Talbert had the Alliance
backing. You weie in dlebt and you
needled money. Larry Gantt sug
gestedl the State Dispensary andl vis
ions of REBATES filled your eyes.
You got up the first board, a (log
faced Baptist dleacon andl a smart
Columbia lawyer, yourself, and a
liquor merchant from Charleston.
You gave the lawyer enough to get
rid of him and you and the deacon and
liquor seller took all the pie.
In ordler to fill your pockets wvith
rebates, you turned loose blood, mur
der and the vilest corruption ever
known on South Carolina.
Y'our liquor constab~les had inistrue
tions from you to ignore the sanctity
of any man's home.
You imported professional gunmen
to overawve andl terrorize pe'ole, while
you and your filthy crew were lining
YOU MAIDE WA R ON TIIE TOWN
of D~arlington, and then fled like a
dlirty coward for protection to the
'penitentiary, while other men were
offering their lives to fight your~ bat
You have arrayed class ngainist
class, and brother against brother in
order to fill your pockets and gratify
You denouned~ peCople in 1890,
who rode on free passes andl "Bunch
Mcflee" issued .pass No. 1, wvhich you
joyfully took. You were accidental
ly caught, and have kept it up, for
I readl of a bunch of free passes you
lost from your p)ockets traveling out
You made a speech in the Senate
trying to get certain measures adlopt
ed about .the public lands in Oregon,
Roosevelt put a deeiven n ou
trail and "caught you with the
YOU WENT INTO OFFICE A
BANKRUPT. HOW COULD YOU
SUPPORT A FAMILY IN WASH
INGTON ON YOUR SALARY AND
HAMPTON, WHOM YOU DIS
PLACED, DIED ALMOST A PAU
GENERAL BUTLER, AS NOBLE
AND TRUE A MAN AS EVER LIV
ED WHOM YOU DEFEATED,
DIED VERY POOR.
YOU ARE REPORTED TO BE A
MILLIONAIRE WITH LANDS IN
OREGON, HIGH POINT, N. C., TIIE
STATE OF WASHINGTON, MIS
SOURI AND SEVERAL PLANTA
TIONS IN SOUTH CAROLINA.
Your brutal nature has the upper
hand. You arrogantly invite any
body, who don't like your black rec
ord, to go to hell. TAKE CARE,
YOU MAY MEET THEM TIIERE.
THE BLOOD YOU CAUSED TO BE
SHED IN DARLINGTON AND
ELSEWHERE CRIES OUT FROM
You are now old and feeble, yet
so avaricious that you are not willing
to take time to die <lecently.
You are envious and jealn is. You
have insidiously tried to untermine
the reputation of every senator sent
from this state as a colleague. Mc
Laurin bloodied your nose on the
floor of the Senate; Latimer feared
you, and Smith despises you.
What are Blease's worst faults
compared to your record?
Instead of having citizens murder
ed by paid hirelings, he made too free
a use of the power of mercy. He
has no dispensary rebates or Oregon
lands to answer for.
He has not betrayed his brother,
nor tried to rob a mother of her
children as you did. No, Senator, I
will not accept your invitation to go
to hell. I have had enough of you
in this world and do not care to con
tinue the association in the next.
M. V. SULLIVAN.
Townville, S. C., Nov. 10, 1917.
HOG RAISING PROFITABLE
Pork Production Is a Paying Industry
in All Parts of the Country.
Whether in the corn belt, the (airy
sections, the South, or the irrigated
regions of the West, conditions for
the profitable raising of hogs are al
most sure to be present, according to
animal husbandmen of the United
States Department of Agriculture. It
is, in fact, almost safe to say that
whatever the soil or climate condi
tions, there is not a farm in the coun
try on which there should not be hogs.
This is especially true at present
when producers may obtain high
prices for hogs. Matters that should
be taken into consideration in hog
raising, and methods that have been
found profitable are outlined in a
Farmers' Bulletin, "Swine Manage
ment," recently issucd by the United
States Department of Agriculture.
Breeding stock does not thrive so
well and is not so prolific on an ex
clusive corn diet as on a varied ration.
Forage, at the same time, is becom
ing more and more importantin hog
raising. These facts are giving to
the South an increasing impIortanet
as a hog-producing section. In this
region peanuts, cowvpeas, soy beans,
aibundance foir hog feeding.
The recognition of the fact that an
exclusive corn (diet is not necessarv
in raising hogs is also emphasizing
the desirability of increased hog rais
ing in (dairy districts, where skim
mnilk andl buttermilk are available; in
trucking sections, where unmarket
able products may be fed; and in irri
gated regions, wvhere alfalfa may be
'used for forage.
Tfhe bulletin points out that perisomi
taking up hog raising for the first
time wvill find it aidvantageous to
locate in a hog-raising community
where they may profit by contact with
hog raisers of experience. It is also
pointed( out that if hog raisers of a
comnmunity can bring about the pro
duction in the'ir dist rict of a certaini
gradle or breed of hog by all produe
ers, marketing d iflicul ties will be
greatly lessened. Tlhe miarketfing of
hogs at weights ra nging fionm 25f0 to
:3(0 pounds usually will bring the
greatest prof(~it , accordiing to th'2 I)e
na rtmaent spec(ial ist s.
There is more (Cat arrh in thIiis sec
tion of the country thani all other
d isealses put together, and for years
it wais suipfposed to be incurable. D'oc
I ors prescribledI localI renied ies, and by
'onsta ntly failing to cure wvith local
treatment , pironou ncedl it incurable.
2a ta rrh is a locl d iisease', greatly in
luence'd by consititutional cornditions
md the'refore' r-equir-es constitutional
rea tment . flall's Cat arrh Medicine,
manufacturedl by 1". J1. Cheney & Co.,
l'oledo, Oh io , is a constitutional
emed'y, is taken int ernalIly and acts
bru6 the Bllood on the Mucous Sur
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hat Ihall's Catarr-h Medicine fails to
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let us do your repairing.
We know how to get at all kinds of motor
troubles and we know what to do when we
Prices Always Reasonable
Good workmen waste least time. And
time is what you pay for in automobile re
But when you get your repairing done
here, you know there's no time wasted - no
inexperienced experimenting at your expense.
Try us once and you'll be convinced.
HARVIN MOTOR CO.,
!Tanning, S. C.
MULES and HORSES
We have ever had, and no matter what
kind of a MULE or HORSE you want, we
We want you to come in and see our Big
Buggies and Wagons
Robes and Blankets.
Our many year's of service to the peo
ple of Clarendon county should b~e sufficient
guarantee of the quality of these articles.
Quality is the First considerationi With Us.
You've had1 your clothes come home smelling
of gasoline, andI you dlidn't like it.
We didn't do0 that work.
We don't (10 that kind.
Your clothes leave our house per'fectly clean
ed, with no odor about them, and sanitary in
Then, too, our' prlices are very reasonable.
Don't dliscardl that 0old soile'd suit until we
have looked it over. A few cents may make it
worth a few (dollars.
Hotimnan French Dry Cleaning Co,
E. W. ROWLAND, Prop.
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