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JOSEPH T. JOHNSTON
CLAIMED BY DEATH
Was Judge of Western District of
CONGRESSMAN 16 YEARS
"Succumbs to Protracted Illness Fol
lowing Severe Attack of Span
Spartanburg, May 8.-Joseph Tra
vis Johnston, United States Judge of
the Western district of South Caro- I
lina, died at his residence on North
Fairview avenue, tonight at 8:30
o'clock, only a brief time after his
kon, Joseph T. Johnston, Jr., reached i
his bedside from Wisconsin. Judge I
Johnson was taken sick Sunday even- I
ing, April 27, and eleven days later
breathed his last, surrounded by his I
stricken family. Every aid and corn
fort that medical skill could employ
and that kind ministering hands could.
offer were given. His death was due
to a complication of diseases, result- <
al- yar-oumd solt dr/n
ness men ,professione
Ports- dwsoiolf , bowling,1
e year 'round. Bevo
ent for wholesome thi
ratin4 soft drink. Ide
te or the man in physi
raining--- good to trai
Healthful and appeti
inberg Grocery Compan,
Distributors MANNING, S. C
rag from a protracted attack of Span
sh Influenza which visited him early
sst December and which held him in
ts clutches for a little morg than two
ionths. This dreaded disease left
im sorely weakened, and when he
vas taken sick a little over a week
go his cond"ion was grave from the
Judge Johnston is survived by his
vife and the following children:
oseph T. Johnston, Jr., Miss Mary
ohnston, Harvey W. Johnston, Lau
ens Johnston, Benjamin Oswald
ohnston, Charles Edwin Johnston
nd Elizabeth Johnston. A sister,
vlrs. E. J. Allen, of Greenville, and a
Brother, W. H. Johnston, of Halifax,
ova Scotia, also survive him.
Joseph Travis Johnston was born
t Brewerton, Laurens County, on a
arm sixty-one years ago, the date of
is birth being February 26, 18;8.
fie graduated from Erskine College
vith the class of 1875. Subsequently
>e finished his education with post.
,radluate course at Vanderbilt Univer
ity. He was admitted to the practice
>f law in all the courts of South
,arolina on May 30, 1883. After suc
'essfully practicing law for a number
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All parties are warned against trey
passing on the lands of the Ceda
Grov= plantation, in St. Paul Towr
shin, Clarendon County, South Car<
No hunting is allowed on said land
No fishing or boating on Scott
Lake or at Wright's Bluff, or t.
Santee River Swamp below Wright
Bluff or on Jack's Creek.
No pasturing of cattle or hogs i
the swamp lands at, or below Wright
Bluff or on Jack's Creek.
Tr'rspass'rs wil! .. t re .:ate
full extent of the law.
Robert A. Smythe,
Joe II. King,
Local Agent for Manage
of years at Laurens he moved wit
his family to Spartanburg son
twenty years ago. Shortly after I
eating in this city he was elected
congress, succeeding Ion. Stanyari
Wilson. Judge Johnson was swoi
in as a member of the Fifty-sevens
r'isp dollar ?
irn it right
~r from the
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rhich is the
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be a pretty
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put in that
Congress and for 16 years in 'sequence ~
he ably, faithfully and conscientious
ly represented the Fourth South Caro
lina district in the National House
of Representative. He was chosen
for another term, when the Federal I
court for the Western district of
South Carolina was created and he E
was chosen the udge of that district, -
,havmng the endorsement of the entire _
South Carolina delegation in Wash
ington. On April 1, 1915, he was E
sworn in as United States Judge and M
immediately assumed judicial duties.
BOTTLE MAKERS PROTEST
Prohibition Will Be Disastrous to =
Atlantic City, N. J., May 10.-The
national bottle manufacturers' a o
ciation in annual session here to ay
adopted a resolution calling upon he
federal government to restore he
railroalls to their owners at the eI:-i
est possible moment and to sus nd' -
all restrictions upon the manufact.'re
and sale of light wines and beers - nd I
other beverages containing less than
the "Root ratio" of alcohol. "Prol: i- "
tion is going to be a disastrous b' w
for the glass trade," said G( -eorye W.
Yost. of Be!h:ire, 0., president of -he
SCHOOL. C A UI.EN A RMYV
Nearly 3,000,000 Have Heen Alre::dy
Washington. May 10.---May-day en- 3
listments in the United States school
garden army brought the total :w2m-I
her of children enroled to nearly
13.000,000, including members in the i
United States, hIawaii and the Uhilip- I
Tines. In announcing this today, the "
bureau of education said it .ndicnted
that the 1919 goal of $100,000.000 of
foodstuffs produced on 100,000 acres I
of otherwise unproductive land would I
be reached. Fifty thousand teachers
are directing the army of children
Children enroled in the school gar- -
len army in New Hampshire consti
r tote 7 per cent of the entire popula- 4
. tion of the etate. The membership in
the Philippines has reached 7500.
s ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.
's Pursuant to an order of J. M. Wind
ham. .Judge of Probate, I will sell to
n the highest bidder, for cash, on Wed
' nesday, the 21st day of May, 1919,
at eleven o'clock A. M., at the resi
o 'orne of the late Robert. Allison
Hlodge, near Alcolu, S. C., the follow
ing personal property:
r. I Ford automobile, 2 guano distrib
utors, I buggy and harness, one
r. mower and rake, 1 dise cultivator, I
pair scales, 2 bushels peas, 1 sewing
machine, 1 grind stone, I axe, I cross
(""it saw, I lot of farm implements,
.h 22 head of cows and calves, 15 hogs,
ie I horse, 70 b:ishels of corn, 2000
:- nounds of hay. I corn sheller, 2 two- 4
'0 horse plows, I corn planter, I two
ie horse wagon and one pair of wagon
h .John B. Brogdon,
IA lcolu, S. C.
ay M6th, 1919.-20-2t-c.
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE.
I will apnly to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County, on the
12th day of June, 1919, at 11 o'clocl:
A. M. for Letters of Discharge as
Adn inistrator with the will annexed
of the estate of W. E. Lavender, de- 4
Chas. W. Lavender,
_ New Zion, S. C.
Mn (;th, 1919.--21-3t-c.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
That the Books of Registration of the
Town of Manning, are now open andl
will remain open until the 21st day
of May, 1919.
I will be at my office, over the Bank
of Manning each (lay, for the purpose
oIf issuing Registration Certificates.
Supervisor of Registration
Of the Town of Manniing.
Manning, S. C.
May 6, 1919.--2t-20.
NOTICE OF ELECXTION.
WHEIREAS, there is a vacancy in
the Board of Commissioners of Pub
lie Works of the Town (of Manning,
caused by the resignation of R, E.
Hlarlee and a special eTect ion is to be
held1 in the Towvn of Manning on .June
9, 1919, and that at said time it is
d (esiredl to fill saidl valcancy:
NOTICE IS THIEREFORE GlIVEN
that there will b(e a special election
-in the TIown oif Manning on Jlune 9,
1919, for the purpose of electing a
C ommissioner of Public Works for
the Town of Manning, for the unex.
pired term (If B. E. Hlarice, resigned,
sai elecu.tion to1 be held at the Town
Hall, polls Thall lbe open at 8 A. M.
and close at 4 P. M.
By ordler of (Council.
TI. I". (Coffey,
E. B. Browvn,
C lerk of Coneil.
Manning, S. C.
May 6, 1919.-50t-23.
'Deew Stro~ Withstand the Winter.
: Cold tter Than the Weak
You m~ust have Health, Strength and En
Sdurance to fight Colds, Grip and Influenza.
2 When your blood Is notin aelthyl
Scondition and does not circulate properly,
g your system Is unable to withstand the
U ROVB'S TASTUESS Chill'TONIC
2 Fortifies the System Against Colds, Grip
and Influenza by Purifying and Enriching
i the Bllood.
"It contalna the well-known tonic prop.
eris fQuinine and Iron in a form
1o~ble to the most dlicate stomch
adpleasant to tae.e You can sooni 4
Ie iStrengthni.InvidoratindEfanct. CBo,
Lime, Brick, Hay, Roc
Grease and Gasoline.
ing and Siding dressed to
CAR OF RED CE]
expected any day. Comp;
Red Cedar and
I We have in another
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Also a car each of No
* UNBLED LONG LEAF
S We have a full and
" Lumber Mould
We operate Wood N
I can make what you want
same already in stock.
write us your requiremei
Phone No. 56
Dr. A. B. Jer
just arrived from t
a now in charge'o
Bring in yoi
they will have the
r compounding eitl
from our complete
Your .Day's 1
because it requires so liftt
guide the gangs. The pivo
arch act in unison so that a
lever' turns the wheels and
in the same direction. Th<
detl oAtevtery nPii
haspassible fo tem t rowd
rotwa no matter how havy
the oprori. Gnscnh
rerce ian alints tmen e
and grdiv anse cangle I
COFFEY & R
ifing, Nails, Auto Oils,
order on short notice.
arison in prices invited.
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E, S. C.
Pine Shingles *
supply of the famous
JD CEDAR SHINGLES*
1, No. X and No. 2 3
PINE SHINGLES. 3
tssorted stock of
ings and Lath I
lorking Machinery and 3
in the event we haven't *
,all in person, phone or 0
MBER CO. U
Sumter, S. C.
ikins, an exper
he front. He is
the most careful
ter day or night
stock of drugs.
le muscular exertion to
axle and lateral shifting
gentle push on the foot
shiffs thie arch and gangs
o) the bed.
This cultivator can be fur
iahed with shovel gangs in
tead of dises and works
qcually well w i t Ii either
There is not room enough
ere to tell you the complete
tory-come in and see for