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Three years a g
extent that I could nc
tion made years befor
lie office. I made the
have attended the thr
legislation. The folio
successful in having
1. Providing puni
theft of a bicycle or a
2. . Regulating the
receipt and storage
liquors. (The stronge:
tion in many years).
3. Forbidding the
'W -intoxicating liquor.
needed, as it also pri
orders through the m
4. An Act regula1
Government of Clar
and insuring the ful
5. Making cattle
to Clarendon County
, 6. Ratifying th
Amendment to the
I call your atte
most unusual record
I went to the C
otherwise, I could no
made other friends a
that may arise.
I. have rendere
My friends have urg<
the War, big questioi
service, I announce f
The question is
tried and has done m
I a m s t a n d i n g
PAXIILLE NEWS TiiiS
Miss Amelia Murr has, returne
her home at Bridgeport, Conn., a
a lengthy visit to her niece, Mrs. ]
ry Curtis. She was accompaniet
Mrs. Curtis and children, who
spend a while there and at c
Mr. Eugene Wiisonant, of Sh
-visted last Saturday at the hom
Mr. Joe Minis, J.r
Mrs. HAttie, Durent of Elliot
visiting her daughter Mrs. W
Keels near town.
-Miss Jessie Curtis - has retu
from Dillon where she attende
meeting of the missionary societic
the South Carolina conferenace,
left on Thursday for Rock Hill t<
tend the -Home Demonstration s
course at. Winthrop College.
to Miss 'Lorraine Latham has retu
-weeks visit with her sister, Mrs. J1
Miss -Lizzie [Hodge, of Colun
was the guest last week of the Mi
Hodge rear town.
Mrs. (r. H. Lackey andl childIren
recently for a visit to Mrs. N~
Kyzer, at Cordova, and her mol
Mrs. Mary Ridgill at Columbia.
Miss Ethel Corbett came
Wednesday from Fair Forest, w
she taught the past term. The I
viule patrons and trustees feel
.fortunate that she has decided to
eept the principalship of the gra
se7 ool here for another term.
Misses Iva Geddings and P
Broadway are at home from i
throp college and Miss Tabitha 4
dings from Coker college for
Miss Emily Broadway has cl.
her school near Kingstree and is
home for the vacation period. she
as her guest Miss Flossie Kalla1
of Kingstree for this wenek.
Mrs. J. H. Holladay and Miss 19
gie Corbett have returned from a1
to friends and relatives at Fore:
and Wilson Mill.
Private Friendly Geddings of Ca
JTacksoni and Mr. J.L. Pritchard i
Elloree were among the Sunday
Rev. J. D. Bowen and family
on Monday for Hartsville to att
a Sunday School conference.
Mr. -and Mrs. Jeff Martin, of
Paul, were week end guests at
home of Mrs. M. S rawy
~Mrs. N. G. Broadway and child
are visiting .her father, Rev. T.
Owen at Wilkesboro, N. C.
Messrs. L. M. Curtis and Glet
Corbett were called recently for
vice at Cam p Jacksion.
.Mrs. F . M. Cannon of Chesterf
is here for a visit to her sipter, 1I
MORE RED CROSS CONTRIBIm
rd of Act
o, at the insistence of the
t disregard it, I felt oblig
e to spend my life as a pri
race and was elected by
ee sessions since, and hav
wing are some of the Bill
Passed in the Senate:
shment for the Consti
of intoxicating Gover
3t liquor legisla-. gave
advertising of 8.
(An act sorely . sale o
hvents soliciting killed
;ing the County the us
endon County out th
lest publicity of 10.
bick laws apply Gove
e Prohibition. 11.
United States . ber w
ntion to this with a. great
enate not unknown, becau
t have succeeded as vell a
nd am now in a good posit
d service and am in a po!
d this upon me and insist
is are coming up, I am n(
now up to the people. Do
Lich for his County and St;
ipon what I have done.
* William Watson.
d to$25.00 Subscriptions
to W. B. Johnson.
sfter Charley Harvin.
en-- W. B. Johnson.
Ub J. Henry Lowder.
U Lee Pringle.
ther Allie Rhame.
Cyrus Singleton. J. E. Sti
iron J. H. Watts.
t is Alex Capers.
R. F. J. Hodge.
D. M. Jones.
rned Johin Thomas.
s of $15.00 subscripelons
and James Anderson.
at- Mildred Cantey.
hort Elex Night.
rned. Margaret Rhai'e'.
two $10.00 Subscriptiomk
-W' Peter Brown, Hardy Burr<
.ba fus Basin.
a, T. A. Chandler, J. F. Cutt<
sses Cole, JToe Conyers.
HI. A. DuBose.
left Bunyan Kelly, Gus Kelly.
.J. Olua Pringle.
her. $8.00 Subscription
here $5.00 Subscriptions
sax- Elizabeth Basin, Jovnn Brun
rery Pinckniey Brunson, Susan
ac- Quilla Brunson.
ided Allen Capers, Sheny Conmo
Stanley Davis, Gertrude Di
earl Pinkney Frasier, M. W: Flo
Vin- .James Gibson, Wash Gree
the Ema Harvin.
F ~lorence Johnson, Mrs. Ell<
>dson, Ben James, Mackey John
tse Irene Kelley, Lilek Kelley
has Kelley, Hoyt Kelley, 'Vjetoria
ian, Isaac Levy, Joe Lind.
Fred Mcine, Eddie Mi
ag-- Thomas McFaddin, Des4
ton Joe Nelson.
Moses Robinson, Perry
mp Johnny Richbourg, Rosa Ri
rom Agnes Rhame.
vis- Gabriel sanders, L. E. smil
Mrs. Wim. Taylor.
left -Isom Pugh, Eugene Pack
line Pacek, Elinoro Pleasant.
d Travis Weeks, Josephine iM
St-. $4.00 subscriptiona
the Daniel L. Green.
r. Leon Harvin.
B. $3.00 subscrrptions
anle Charley Kelley,
;er-< Frances Rhame.
ed Leland Watson, Mozell Wal
[re- $2.00 subscriptions
Portia CJolt era, Rosa Cante
RS Lela Green.Rnt
Susan Johnson, Winifred Jc
Amnanda Pringle,,p E PiWa
people of Clarendon to such an
ed to abandon the determina
vate citizen and ask for no pub
an overwhelming majority. I
e taken an active part in the
s which I introduced and was
Providing for a State Reform
for White Girls. (The U. S.
nment, since adjournment,
South Carolina $40,000 to help
Prohibiting the storage and
f Jamaica Ginger. (This was
in the House.)
Providing for punishment for
e of bicycle or automobile with
e owner's consent.
Providing for automobile li
for Clarendon County. (The
nor did not sign this. It would
put Clarendon one year ahead
Providing for taxation of tim
deal of pride, because it is a
se I had frie nds already there;
s I did. In addition, I have
ion to bear a part in any matter
sition to render better service.
,d that .now, when, because of
eded. With a desire to be of
they want a man who has been
ate, or not?
Susan Watson, Alvin Watson, Ca;
Lydia Brown, Ida Byrd, Bosy Byj
ekes. Govan Kelley, Iva Kelley. Josia
' Willie Parker.
Paul Sanders, Polk Sanders.
Johnnie Watson, Lizzie Watsor
Dora Watson, Maggie Watson,
Fifty Cents subscription
- U-BOATS STILL OFP COAST
ws, Ru.. Officials Doubt 7i "other Ship" At
r, D. E. companies Subs
Washington, June 10.-Germany'
submarime raiders which sonmr- sixtee
days ago made their rirst apparane
in American waters since the declaira
tion of war, apparently still are rang
ing off the Atlantic coast, althougi
no reports of addlitionai sinkings hoi
been received at the Navy Departmnr
son, Jr., late tonight to adid to the official tol
Brown, of eighteen craft sent to the bottom.
dThe last announcemnt from the ele
Idore- partment concerning the operation
d f h raiders came late last night an,
Y-told of the sinking of the America:
n, Edw- steamer Pinar Del Rio Saturda,
morning off the New Jersey coast
'J The master of a Brazilian steamer at
a Jon- rivimg today at an Atrantic port sais
sofl- he had sighted a submarine this morn
Angus ing seventy-five miles off the Nev
Kley, Jersey coast and had seen an Anmeri
.can transport open fire on the U-boat
K.but at the department late tonigh
Kiney, said no confirmation of this encounte
hampes h; d been'r receive !.
.Survivors of the Pinar Del Rio or
Rhame rimg at Norfolk said -ifter they har
hor-abandoned their ship 'thev saw th<
h -ug submarine which sank the Rio sen<
hb down an A nerican sailing vessel amn
'a schooner, but so far as known theil
A crews how~.. 'sot been lande-l. and the
Ag-Navy Depai-tment said 't had no re
a. ports to confirm ths ttmns
agree with the theory of the Rio':
survivors that the vessel which th~e
saw near the submarine was a"mt
er ship." They believe rather that il
probably was a fr-eight steamer whicl
the raider had overhauled and kepi
,withmn range of its guns, with a viey
of rep~lenishing its stores at elisur<
so. before sinking the craft.
Sf. Even If the raiders are accompanied
by a "mother ship " It was said, the
latter vessel woui hardly make its
.appearance in the shipping lanes
whore it would be In immnient danger
of enequntering the swift destroyers
hnson. and other patrols.
Assuming that the raiders destroy
e-ed the schooner Edna Immediately aft
kney. terw they arrived off the coata ,off i
eIale estimate that th aiders a
ibeen away from their base- now abu
thirty-five days; and believe- that the
can remain qut some weeks. longer b
replenishing :their stores and. supplie
from vessels, whieh they sink
DEFENDS COTTON PLANTER
Not Escaping Taxation, Deeare
Washington, June 7. -Speakin i
the House today, Representative St(
venson, of South Carolina, denounce
as untrue statements that cotton pr<
ducers of the South are escaping ta>
ation, "because of influence. in Cor
Mr. Stevenson took a recent editor
ial in a Washington newspaper, whic
charged that cotton growers are n<
paying their just proportion of tax(
as his text, and told the House thi
Wall Street speculators would x
pleased to see an overabundance <
cotton on the market, which woul
reduce the price of the raw materi
and add to the profits of nanufactu:
era of materials from raw cotton.
"The embargo on shipments of co
ton on .railroads was followed by tI
calling of all loans on cotton by ti
banks," Mr. Stevenson said. "The co
ton is becoming more valuable and ti
only reason for a desire to call tI
loans is to force a sufficient amoum
on the market to depress the pric
which can only add to the 800 per cei
profit already being m.de by t
"The statement that cotton farmer
escape taxation becau e of their infli
once in Congress is not true, if
means that they are not burdened wii
war taxes. If the Wall Street genti
desire that a specific tax be levied <
each pound of cotton, on each bush
of wheat and on eaech yard of clot
they would put these people in a di
ferent class and tax them speciall
To Prevent Breach of the Peace at
to Prohibit Conversation, Public
tion and Other Expressions of Di
loyalty to the United States and
Enemies and to Provide Punishmei
Be it ordained by hte Mayor ai
Aldermen of the Town of Manning
Council assembled and by authori
Section 1. Any person who shall, 1
act, word of mouth, writing or pu
lication, expresa, signify or manife
favor, approbation, approval, espou
al, or endorsemert of the cause of ai
country with which the United Stat
is at war, or who shall, when the Ur
fed States is at war, by act, word
mouth, writing or publication, mar
fest opposition or disloyalty to ti
United States, or overtly manife
pleasure, satisfaction or elation upc
or express hope for, the success
the enemies of the United States,
shall inte-fere ;n any manner wi
the sale of the securities of t"
i Tnited States Government, shall
p:.iity of disorderly conduct and sh
be fined not more than $100.00 and
imprisoned not more than 30 days
Section 2. Whoever shah aid, ab
induct, command, counsel or procu
the violation of above ordinanc y, sh
. be deemed a principal, and, upon co
viction, punishable as such.
Section 3. .All ordinances, or par
of ordinances, in conflict with this c
, dinance or any parts thereof, a
T. F. COFFE ',
h E. B. BROWN.
.Fhe~alit~ eThe Do
vice is ;
I car. C
A Dort n
IN THE BI
t "THE MO
The Big Revolu
.. DON'T MISS THESE
That would be a poor return for the
id patriotism which they show in en
a- deavoring to produce the things which
s- the government says are necessary to
of win the war."
st Mr. Stevenson called :tt'mntion to
figures showing that the cotton grow
id ers produced from August 1 to April
in 20 last cotton seed meal to the extent
by of 1,912,605 tons and refined oil to the
extent of 1,007,887,195 pounds.
>y -- ---s
st 300 PRISONERS
IY German Dead' Piled Three Deep-Our
es I.ines Are Greatly Extended
of With the American Army in Picar
n- dy, June 7.-As the result of the two
he attacks by the Ameircans against the
st enemy in th- second battle northwest
I, of Chateau-Thierry, 300 prisoners
of were captured and the Americans ex
or tended their line over a front of about
th six miles to a depth or nearly two and
he a half miles.
be While the losses of the Americans
til necessarily have been heavy owing to
be the nature of 1he fighting, the Ger
or man dead is piled three deep in places.
A number of machine guns were
:t, added to the American booty,
dl PREPARED FOR GERMANS.
Huns Getting on Dangerous Ground,
Wt tSays Dispatch
re With the French Army in France,
I June 10.-Every foot the enemy ad
vances now brings him farther into
or. territory which is thoroughly well
known to the Allies and prepared for
defense. Therefore his task becomes
rt is a cat' of' usef'ulntess. Its field of ,
>road because it is first of all a prrc'ti,
F mnoderate size and weight, easily omdk
ing of gasoline, oil and tires, it typi]
ty without waste,
tay be keopt constantly ini use, saving aon hour hi
iours there, and yet its upkeep cost will be low ai
::iation slow, becauso of the quality-it 'goes ch~
Use the Dort as you use the telep>hone and
pr-e saSve invaluablO time~.. Seer ti u Do)rt 1-od
,' in oar showroo~ms.
acCollum Auto Co.,
SUMTEiR, s. C,
iN oPE, IeDwtSdn
"lo *" *u " *
kY, JUNE 19,
THEY ARE GOOD,
momentarily' more difficult.
The Allied staffs are prepared to
meet every eventuality and display
the most perfect confidence in the out-.
AVIATOR KILLED IN FALL
Officer Meets Instant Death-Cadet's
Arcadia, Fla., June 10--Lieut. Ben
Heisland and Cadet Castun, airmen at
Dorr field, fell with their airplane
from a height of about 100 feet this
morning. Lieut. Heisland was instant
ly killed. Caston suffer d a broken
leg and other injuries. He- will re
cover. Heisland was fra n Marietta,
Pa. Caston is a Pennsy!-anian, ad..
dres., unattainable at th:; time.
-% - -S---S. -
ENEMY HELD ON 130TH ENDS
Battle Continues with Unabated Fury
Night and Day
London, June '.-Throughout the
night and morniirg the battle raged
along the new front of attack with
unabated fury," says the Reuter cor
respondent at French headquarters,
whose dispatch was filed at 2 o'clock
this afternoon. On the wings the en..
emy was still held on practically the
same line in spite of his persistent
and reckless atter-- s to advance.
COTTON MILLS I NCREASE WAGE
Lowell, Mas..--June 10.-Seven
cotton mills e.-.;fring 20,000 opera
tives posted notice today of a ten per
cent increase in pay effective next
F.O0. i. Iliu Mich.
DORT MOTOR CA R CO.