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two Button, and the Nc
above one-quarter or
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deliver the good
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FINGER PRINTS IN BLOOD
Nashville Police Believe Solution of
Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 3.-With the
discovery of a plainly visible blood
stained finger print found on the au
tomobile in which Robin J. Cooper,
young Nashville attorney, was mur
dered last Thursday night near Belle
Mead Park, police late tonight stated
they were nearer a solution of tbe
mystery than they have been since the
bodly was found in Richiand creek
The finger print was found on the
rear right door of the machine and
can be plainly seen with the eye at a
dlistance of several feet. An exaaina
tion of the automobile showed other
finger prints but the one most dis
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tinct )s a blood-stained print on the
side of the door which authorities be
lieve was made by the murderer in
removing the slain man from the
Expert Bertirion operators have
been sent for to make an examination
of the finger prints an'l to photograph
the stained car. It is expected that
the Bertillon sleuths will arrive
Thursday afternoon or Friday. Of
ficers working on the case refuse to
say from wvhat city the expert oper
ators wouldl come.
Nashville papers dated July 6, 7,
and 10, of this year, and found in the
blood( covered1 automobile, are also
being examinedl for finger prints. The
papers are also being held for an adl
ditional clue which authorities say
prove to be of advantage. Chief De
tective Robert Moore, wvho is in pos
session of the papers, said he felt cer
need not be excessively
good taste, they
to the cha'rm of
of exquisite personal
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tain that new developments would be
brought out Thursday in connection
with the papers, but refused to reveal
Still clinging to the first theory that
Cooper probably met his death at the
hands of a blockade runner or sev
eral Nashville bootleggers, the au
thorities today examined several other
alleged liquor peddlers. A woman,
whose name the police refused to re
veal, was summoned to headquarters
late this afternoon and rigidly ques
tioned by dletectives. They saidl they
were seeking to ascertain the where
abouts of another whiskey dlealer
through the woman. They say she
knew nothing regarding the crime.
Clemson College, Sept. 9.-Cover
crop campaigns have been condluctedl
in several South Carolhna counties re
cently with fine results. In Newvberry
county six school district nicetings
were held to interest farmer's in grow
ing more clover and starting alfalfa
These were attended by 88 farmers, 31
of wvhom ordlere() alfaifa and clover
seed andl grouhd lime. County Agent
Mills says: "I find that farmers are
becoming dlisgustedl with fodder pull
ing as a means of getting roughage~
andl only wvait to be showvn a substi
tute. One or twvo acres of alfalfa to
the mule on each farm wvill deal a
death llow to fodder pulling."'
In Greenville County the (lover
campaign resulted 'i ordering 11 ,000)
pounds of crimson clover seed for
fifty-odld farmers who have not, be
fore planted clover, thus doubling the
number of farmers planting clover and
more than (doubling the acreage in the
In Chester County farmers have
bought two cars of rye seed for cover
crops to turn uinder in the dough stage
as green manuring, many farmers
who usedl rye last year having declar
edl that rye had increasedl their cotton
yields 25'per eent up.
In Fairfield County 260 tons of lime
and 3000 pounds1 of alfalfa seed have
been ordlered already and orders are
still being madle.
In Abbeville County a two-day dIrive
for alfalfa resulted in~securing twenty
newv alfalfa farmers, who wvill plant
alfalfa by a close following of the
county agent's thoro preparation
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STATE FAIR CORN CLUB PRIZES
Clemson College, Sept. 8.-The
premium list of the Boys' Corn Club
Department of the State Fair has
been announced by Mr. L. L. Baker,
Supervising Agent of Boys' Club
Work, who hopes to make this depart
ment larger and better this year than
There are two classes of prizes, A
ant B. In class A, plr.zes are offered
for the best 10 ears of corn, any varie
ty, on the merits of the corn, in this
class there are 6 prizes namely $6,
$5, $4, $3, $2, and $1.t0. In class B3
there will be 6 prizes for the best
single ear of corn, any variety. These
prizes are $3.50, $2.75, $2.25, $1.25.
and $1.00. Attention is called to the
fact that separate entries will be re
qluired for each of these classes, so
that a member wvho exhibits 10 ears
in class A cannot select one ear from
this number andI place it in class B.
Hie must have 1 0 ears for class A and
one ear for class B if he wishes to ex
hibit in both classes.
These prizes are offered by the
State Fair A ssociat ion, and are sep
arate and dIistinct from all ot her state
and( 'ouin ty pri zes, having there fore
nothing wvhatev;er to (1o with the
regular prizes offered andl a warid'.d
in accordanace with the ru les vovern -
ing the Boys' Coin Club \\ork.
The Gulnino That Does Not Affect the Head
Blecause of its tonic and 1Ytrative effect. L.AXA
Tivit BROMO QUINiNE~ is better thant ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervousniess nor
ringing in hend. Remember the fullni nm and
took for the sigature of$ i. w. GRaOvEt. 30c.
NOTlICE TO CRED~lITORS.
All persons having claims against
the Estate of D)avid A. Jlohnison, deC
ceased, wvillpresent themi dutly attest
ed and those oweing said Estate will
muake payment to the under~isigne'd
qualflifiedl Exec.utor or said estate.
J. Columbus Johnson,
Manning, S. C., Rout No. ' , Sept.
STATE OF SOUTH'I CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon
In The Court of Common Pleas.
IN THIE MATTER OF TIlE F"OR.
MATION 01' CLARENDON- WILL.
IAMSBURG COUNT1Y DRAINA(;E.
DISTRICTi NO 5.
Bartow Smith, J. B. Wallace, WV. HI.
Thig pen, Jr., W. B. Brockinton, ..
B. MeFaddrin, D W. Alderrman A,
yles and Models
Lnd buy it here.
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rice is RIGH
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Sons Company, et al, Plaintiff's,
Mrs. A. J.: Webber, Mrs. M. E. Mc
Faddin, J. HI. Ham, W. D. McFad
din, Tice Rose, J. W. Holladay,
Thomas Wilson, R. M. Smith, Mrs.
Elizabeth Wheeler, Dewey Harri
neau, Dorris Barrineau, Bessie
Floyd and Addie Smith, the last
four named being minors under
fourteen years of age, Defendants.
TO THE DEFENDANTS ABOVE
Whereas a petition for the forma
tion of a proposed dIrainage dlistrict
to be known as Clarendon County
Drainage D)istrict No. 5 has been filed
in this oflice, and certain olrders for
the (establishment of said district have
And Whereas, it appears that each
of you is, or may be interested in a
tract of land includedl in the proposetd
dlistrac t andt you have niot joined2( in
this said petition.
Now Therefore, you are hereby
sumimonied anid required( to answer
said petition within twenty days from1
the service of this soumimons upon1
you, exclusive of the day of such ser
vice, and., to file your answvers within
the said period in the office of the(.
C'lerk of C ourt of Com~:mon Pleais fori
Clarendlon (Countyv, S. C.., anti shoul hi
you fail to ansiwer si itpettitioni wit h- I
in said peri'iiodi andl allege object itons
theret o the pet it ioniers will aipply to<
ho saidit Clerk of the rsaid Court for
till such further (ortder's as may he
niecessairy for the e'st ablishmewnt of
P'leas (Clareinhdn ( 'ounty. I
Tlo It e Dfendlants, Dlewey ~arrii- I
r(ienu, IDoriris IHarrineau L and Addi h
'miiithi, abotve named:
Take Ntic e, TIhat the Petit ion ini
the abtve entitled cause was filed with
the (Clerk tif Court of Chirendon
rount y ion the 12th tiay of A ugust,
J1. WV. WiD)EMAN,
Phiint iff's Atttorney, Manoning, S. C.
STIATlE 01" SOUTHi CAROLINA,
County of Ciarendon
In The Court of Coonanon Pleas.
N THEl MATlTER 01" TIlIE F"OR
MIATION 01" CLARE;NDON-WILL
[AMSHUJRG COUNTY D)RAINAGE:
D)ISTlRICT NO 5.
B~artow Smith, .J. B. Wallace, W. HI.
Tfhigpen, .lr., W. H. Broekinton, J.
E. McFaddin, D). WV. Alderman &
Sons Company, et al., Plaintiffs,
iiLrs. A. J. Webber, Mi's. M. E. Me
lFadduin, J1. IH. THo, WV. D. Mcatddin,
Tfice Rose, .J. Wt. lladalty, Thomas
CHICH ETER S iLLS
TtDIAMOND RAND.PLA tt0
SOLD BY RVUiGlISTS EVERYWHER
. You will i
or the Medium form
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kpress, and can
Wilson, R. M. Smith, Mirs. Eliza
beth Wheeler, Dewey Barrineau,
Dorris Barrineau, Bessie Floyd and
A:!die Smith, the last four named
being minors under fourteen years
of age, Defendants.
To Dewey Barrineau, Dorris Barri
neau and Addie. Smith, Defendants
TAKE NOTICE, That you are here
by required to procure the appoint
ment of a Guardian ad litem within
twenty days after the service of the
Summons herein upon you, and upon.
our failure to do so, the plaintits
berein wvill apply to the Clerk of Court.
f Clarendon County t'or the appoint
ment of such Guardian ad litemi and
for an Order authorizing and direet
mng such person to appear and( dlefend
his action in your benaif.
.J. W. WIDEMIAN,
Attorney for Plainitilfs.
D~ated at Mlanning, S. C. this 25th
lay of Aug. 1919.
Wa lker Par rott, L inwvood Walk or ani
til persons whomsoever cla imieg an'
' vi , title, interest , estate inl or lien
pon the premiise; dlescribedl in t he
'omplaint in this action.
You andI each of you are hereby
mmmon~ed and( requOi redn to answe'r
hie compIlalint of the plaint itY in this
let ion, a cop~y of which has this dalii
0-en filed in the oflice of the C lerk( of
'ourt of C'omimon Pleas for Clahren-.
00n (mo~ityV at Mnnming, South Care
ma andm to serve a copy of your an
w~er to the saidi comlinit upon0 the
uibscribhers he~reto at t heir oIliems.
5 1-2 West Evans St reet F-lorence,
;uth Camrolina, within twenty days
rom) the sermvice hereof upon vou,
nd if you fail to an mswer the e'omi
doint wit hin the time aforesa id. Ih
inaint iff will apply tom the Courtfr
he relief therein udemam11;ed.
A rrowsmi t h, .- uIdrow, Emr
Cars of Character
SUMTER, S. C.