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SIXT[EN PERISH IN
COLLISION AT SEA.
French Bark Helene Sunk Off Vir
WRECK OCCURS AT 2 A. M.
Norwegian Freighter Which Sank the
Helene Brings Survivors to
New York, Feb. 23.--The French
bark Helene was sunk early yester
(ay morning in a collision wvith the
Norwegian freighter Gansfjord off
Winter Quarter Light, Vai., and six
teen of her crew perished. Eighteen
survivors, including her skipper,
Capt. Maisoncuve, were brought here
The survivors were brought on the
Gansfjord with her bows tsove in and
her forepeak full of water. The
/Helene, bound from Baltimore to
Nantes, was loaded chiefly with steel
anld went dowvn like a plummet.
The Norwegian, from Cabanas,
Cuba, for Newv York, registered only
1,087 tons gross, compared with 3,450
for the sailing vessel.]
The collision occurred at 2 a m.
(during heavy weather. The Ghansf
jordl's steering gear had become (is
abled and although she reversed her
propellers full speed astern when the
Helene loomed up out of the night,
she crashed head on into the French
bark's starboard quarter, tearing a
big hole through wvhich wvater poured
Capt. Maisoneuve immeiately or
dleredl two life boats launched, one
on each side, but the Helene heeled
so quickly to starboard that the port
boat rolledl down her side, spilling
eighteen men into the sea. The star
boat containing the captain and
ffi n men, cut free of the davit rope
just in time to escape being drnaggedl
down by the rapidly sinking ship and
later picked up two men who had
clung to the overturned port boat.
The Gansfjord also launched a .boat
but the sixteen other sailors had gone
FOUND) DEAD IN HIS BED
Columbia, Feb. 23.-William Coop
er, of Columbia, deputy United States
marshal, was found dead in bed at
Florence this morning. It is supposed
thgpie died of acute indigestion, as
he was complaining of indigestion be
'k of Ten Met
Finder, 2-cycle, Gasol:
es 125 strokes per mir
uns as smoothly as a
)rds of wood per day.
blocks, etc. Each mac
pumping water, she
r will do. There is nc
i out clutch and move
S. I. HARVI
tary manslaughter for the killing of
diet, which carries a sentence of ome
to twenty years, was reached aftei
twenty-three hours' deliberation. Sen.
tence will be passed tomorrow. This
is one of the few cases, accarding tc
e court officials, in which a woman it
this State has been convicted of kill.
ing her husband.
Johnny Abbott was shot to death
on the night of January 27 after Mary
a Powers, a waitress, had called him or
the telephone at his home and Mrs
Abbott had quarrelled over the tele
phone with the girl. At her trial Mrs.
o Abbott pleadedl she shot in self-de
s fense. after an altercation wvith her
e husband. F'ive days after the killing,
"Mrs. Lois Gilbert, twenty-six, wife of
n an automobile repair man, went out
to Abbott's grave and shot herself to
dleath. Mrs. Gilbert's name had not up
s to that time been publicly mentioned
e in connection with the case, but it (de
" veloped later that (detectives had
e found her picture in Abbott's locker
k at fire department headquarters.
r Mrs. Abbott, who is about thirty
- seven years old1, had been married
a fourteen years and has two young
I sons. Mary Powers, wvho is twenty,
I was held to the grandl jury by the
I coroner's jury as an accessory 'a fore
I the fact, but the grand jur'y returned
.1 a "no bill" in her case.
D~uRANT & ELLERBE
Attorneys at Law
MANNING, S. C.
R. 0. Purdy. S. Oliver O'Bryan
>PURD)Y & O'BRYAN
Attorneys and Counselors at Law.
MANNING, S. C.
Attorney at Law
Loans Negotiated on Mortgages of
MANNING, S. C.
DR. J. A. COLE,
MANNING, S. C,
UJpstairs Over Weinberg's Corner
J. W. WIDEMAN,
Attorney at~ Law
MAN4NING, . C.(
)oes the Woi
Portable Single cy
[eight 280 lbs. Mak
inches diameter. F
cut from 10 to 20 c<
iber stock, shingles,
- belt work, such as
that a 4-H. P. motc
xru a cut. Just throv
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YEARS _E PASSED
Got to the Place Where He Felt 11
Was No Longer Any Good to Worlk
SiHAKY AND NERVOUS
Says Tanlac Not Only Relieved H:
Suffering But Caused 15 Pounds
"It's wvorth a thousand dolars t
feel like 1 (do now, since Tanlae he
taken away the trouble that kept n
in misery for the last twecnty years,
saidl M. B. D~aniel, a well know
farmer living on Route No. 3, Abbi
ville, Ga., a few (lays ago.
"Whenever a man suffers as long ni
I (lid he gets to the place he feels hi
is no longer any goodl in the world,
he continuedl, "and that is just th
way I felt. Long ago I got so wea
I could not carry on my wvork, fc
spells of stomach trouble andl nerv
ousness just madle it torture for m
to try to eat, andl the trouble I ha
wvould not let me sleep at all. Man
a night I have stayed awake unti
morning, so shaky and nervous
could not even (doze. My heart woul,
flutter andl act queer until I wa
afraid it would stop, and I becam
so blue I felt, like I did not much car
if it dlid.
"I would have been well enougl
satisfiedl to have my suffering reliev
ed, but that was not all that Tanla
has (lone for me. I have gainedl 1
pounds8 in weight since I startedl tak
ing it. I can eat as hearty a mea
as if I never had stomach trouble
and my strength has come back t<
the extent that I can (d0 as much wvorl
in a (lay nowv as I could before
ecame sick. I feel like a newv mat
all over, and I am glad to tell any
>ody just wvhat this wvondlerful Tranla<
ias (lone for me."
Tanlac, the Master Medicine, is sol<
by Dickson's Drug Store, Manning
[T. W. Nettles, Jordan; Shaw & Plow.
len, New Zion; Farmern' Supply Co.
Bilver; D. C. Rhame, Summerton.
MRS. ABBOTTv~ CONVICTED
')n Charge of Voluntary Manslaugh
ter for Killing Husband.
Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 23.-Mrs. Ste:e
'bbott' was convicted by a jury in
sugerior Court here today of volun
me1 husband, a city fireman. The ver.
We have the largest Stock
of Auto Supplies in the
We have secured a Special
ie Saw Rig, Mechanic to work on Chalmers
iute. Cuts logs and Maxwell Cars, and we are
liberty motor. ql
Caibety mo equipped to do any and all kinds
Can be used of Repair Work promptly and at
hine equipped reasonable prices.
[ling corn; in
need to stop
to next cut. Ask us for a demonstration
of our Cars.
N, Prop. Manning, S. C.
HAVE YOU SEEN THEM?
A DANDY BUNCH OF
Every one a good one. You can't
beat these no matter where you go.
Come and look these over.
Youman's Old Stable.
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