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DANIELS BLIEEf8 GOLDEN
RULE IS ANSWER TO PROBLEMS
Secretary of Navy Pleads for Appli
cation of Christian Principles' to
the Difficulties Now Facing Peo
ple of America. 4
Greensboro, N .C., Oct. 26.-A plea
for application of the principles of
Christianity to the' political and. in
dustrial problems now confronting the
nation was made today by Secretary
Daniels in an address to the Western
North Carolina Methodist Conference.
Emphasizing American partnership
in the creation of new European States
from the ruins of overthrow autoc
racy, Mr. Daniels said it would "dis
honor the dead and disgrace the living
for us to evade this self-impoced re
sponsibility to make a better world."
"There still remain parochial peo
ple," the .aval Secretary continued,
"who think only in terms of their
own neighborhood, forgetting that
Christian men are compelled by their
leader to put no metes a1Yt' bounds
upon their love of mankind and their
duty to help those who stand in need
o ftheir assistance.
Mr. Daniels declared that the un
.rest evidenced by strikes cannot be
stayed by any human mandate.
"The only answer to Bolshevism,"
he said, "is Christian Justic expressed
in the Golden Rule."
Condemning both the capitalist who
shows no interest in the welfare of his
employes and the laborer who idles
on the job or preaches. the destruction
of private property as equally selfish,
Mr. Daniels urged the church to pro
test against injustic and selfish'ness
Studies made by clergymen among
20,000 sailors at the Great Lakes
training station revealed, Mr. Daniels
said, that most modern young Ameri
can men are indifferent 'to organized
religion because they believe that most
professed Christians do not try to live
like Jesus Christ.
WHILE IT RAINS
Mexico City, Oct. 5-(By the Asso
ciated Press.)-The unusual spectacle
was presented today of 15,000 persons
sitting under umbrellas in Mexico
City's famous bull rink listening to
Enrico Caruso, wearing a heavy rub
ber cape as protection against the
rain, sing the role of Don Jose in
"Carmen." It was a picturesque set
ting for this opera in a bull ring,
which until a few years ago attracted
the world's best matadors and pica
The performance started under (lark t
skies and (luring the third act a heavy a
rain began falling. At the end of a
the act the management announced c
that because of the rain the perform- t
You Do More Work, e r
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enjoyment out of everything when your i
blood is in good condition. Impurities in
the blood have a very depressing effect on c
the system, causing weakness, laziness,
nervousness and sickness.
OROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONICr
restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying i
and Enriching the Blood. When you feel 3
its strengthening, invigorating effect, see
how it brings color to the cheeks and how
It improves the appetite, you will then
appreciate its true tonic value.
GROVE3'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC
is not a patent medicine, it Is simply
IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrup.
So pleasant even children like it. The r
blood needs Quinine to Purify it and IRON 1:
to Enrich it. These reliable tonic prop- e
erties never fall to drive out impurities In
The Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'S '9
TASTELESS Chili TONIC has made it /
the favorite tonic in thousands of homes. (
More than thirty--five years ago, folks
would ride a long distance to get GROVE'S
TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a
member of their family had Malaria or c
needed a body-building, strength-giving e
tonic. aThe formula is just the same to
sday, and you can get it from any drug "
store. 60c per bottle. c
Good Gulf GaSoline
pea ro eed an0nsuc 4sb
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ace wvould be suspended. Fifteen
nousand persons rose in their seats
ad shouted in opprosition until the
rena shook. They demanded that the
pera proceed, and inasmuch as by
his time the rain had. ceased the
urth act was started and completed,
lthouigh occasional flashes of light
ing ':nd low-lying clouds forecast
he storm that broke shortly after the
Next in popularity to Caruso was
rabrielle Besonzoni, Italian contralto,
rho sang Carmen. Mmie Besanzoni
iakes her debut this fall with the
letropolitan Opera Company in New
ABERDEEN ANGUS SALE.
Clemson College, Oct. 24.-The gen
ral progress of livestock develop
ient andl the rapid adlvance of the
oll weevil are creating a much great
r demand for breeding stock for
urebred beef cattle in South Carolina.
o help meet this dlemandI a sale of
~berdeen Angus cattle will be held in
olumbia, November 7, at the State
This sale is put on by the Amieri
an Aberdeen Angus Breeders Asso-.
r.tion, andl the Extension Service
animal Husbandry specialists are
alling particular attention to it as an
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Have your gr<
a few bottles
Gle our Soldiers and
Sailors a Job
They Deserve it.
opportunity to get good breeding
stock for beef cattle. The cattle for
the sale have been carefully selected
by Dr. C. D. Love, a representative
of the Association, and this fact in
sures first class offerings.
There will be on sale 22 cows, 18
heifers, 6 bred heifers, and 5 young
bulls, a total of 51 head.
W. J. Sheely, beef cattle specialist
of the Extension Service, expects to
be tat the sale, and his services will
be available to farmers attending.
In this connection it is wecll to re
mind farmers wanting 'oreeding cattle
that the Extension Service Animal
H[usbandry forces are always readly to
render every possible service in help
ing them to obtain good livestock.
TO, D)ELIVERt PAP~ER.
Chairlotte, N. C., Oct. 26.-The Char..
lotte Observer wvill be dlelivered by
airplane Mondlay morning to Gastoina.
twenty-five miles distant. A Curtis
airplane piloted by Ensign L. E.
Shealy wvill carry several hundred
souvenir copies of the Monday edition
printedl especially for astonia read
ers. This will mark the beginning of
aer ial newspaipr deliveriy in the Car o
MANNING, S. C.
borace M. Thomas, Manager
...-$1,685.00 Touring --..
-.......$1,685.00 Roadster ......
All Sizes Cords and Fabrics
CALS EACH WEEK FOR US
re on hand at all times a big st
MULES and HORSES
lagmns. Harness and Farm Ii
P.. NrN 30f
k Seems Easier
ou refresh yourself
ally with a cold bat
>cer send up a case and 'keep
on ice. Always ready to
thing and satisfying.
OPERATE ROAD UNDER
Chicago, Oct. 26.-Operation of the
railroads under the direction of a fed
eral transportation boa rd is recom
mended to Congress in a plan which
has been submitted to business organi
zations throughout the country by a
national committee of leading com
mercial men, it was announced here
today by H. H. Merrick, president of
the Mississippi Valley Association andl
the Chicago Chamber of Commerce.
According to Mr. A.terrick's announ
cement, the committee wvas named re
cently at a meeting in Atlantic City
of representatives of influential busi
ness organizations, its membership in
Catarrh Is a Real
When you use medicated sprays,
atomizcrs and~ dlouches for your
Catarrh, you may succeed in uin
stop~ping the choked-up air pass
ages for the time being, but this
annoying condit ion returns, and
you have to do0 the same thing
over and over again.
Catarrh has never yet been
curedl by these local applications.
Havc y(-u ever experienced any
g.rel benei~ t such treatment?
--...--...$1,090.00 1 Ton
Asoiain nd thtainlAsca
oel elh ciparuit ourepresentative
leased undhCmer 0bond todayr of 1
chPittsburg and Philadelphia, the aBiti
more Merchants andt a M'nufacturers.
Asociamwtion, the American Bankers'
Association anho the National Associa
Eion of Manufacturers.
Fort Smith, Ark., Oct. 26.-Guy
rolliaws who last night shot and, I
of the welfs, andcut ote right tc
treaent.le $500 bontleodS. on a.
odarg.o sandclnmne ait itetent kil
thlatnhs been pristed byudebroer
Eornemryl a cnduy
>f Catarrhes an hit saisfactory v
r.elts.,o span e ditca ad-h n
ratent.e ean botl own se, v.
hddress Me~dicl byretr,5 Sifter
Laoratocry, hAla cnturyG.
S PhoneS No righ tthsourc
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DO YOU NAVE DillY SPELLS?
's Important to Learn the Cause, As
Many Manning People Have.
Dizzigess is never a disease of itself
-it's only a symptom of some deeper
eated trouble. Much dizziness is
aused by disordered kidneys failing
o filter all the poisons fron the blood.
hese poisons attack the nerves and
izzness re -ults. If you are subject
o dizziness, there is good reason to
uspect your kidneys, and if you suffer
ackache, headache, and irregularity
f the kidney secretions, you have fur
her proof. Many Manning people
ave learned the value of Doan's Kid
iey Pills in just such cases. Read
his Manning resident's statement:
Mrs. E. S. McLauchlin, Church St.,
ays: "About six years ago I had
:idney trouble which started with
rains through the small of my back.
certainly had terrible backaches.
>ometimes I suffered with such pains
could hardly stand it. I was all un
trung my nerves were in had shape.
)izzy spells bothered me frequently
md I had to take hold of something
or fear of falling over. Besides all
hese complaints, my kidneys acted
rregularly and caused me much an
toyance. I finally took Doan's Kid
icy Pills and they positively cured ie
>f all kidney trouble."
Price 60e, at all dealers. Don't
imply ask for a' kidney remedy-get
Joan's Kidney Pills-the same that
frs. McLauchlin had. Foster-Milburn
o., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
hough in a critical condition, has a
.hance to recover, according to his
Judge Little, in a statement issued
today, says he went to Williams'
hiouse last night, and finding it dark,
rapped n the screen of a bedroom
window. Williams asserts he *ns
awakened by a noise and seeing the
form of a man outside, concluded he
was a burglar trying to cnter the
house and fired. Williams is Judge
Little's court stenographer.
LADY ASTOR WILL
BE A CANDIDAT
London, Oct. 26.-Lady Astor ha
accepted the invitation of the Ply
mouth Unionists to become a candid
ate for the House of Commons for th
seat in Plymouth, vacated by the ele
vation of her husband, Viscount As
tor, to the House of Lords.
In a telegram to the Unionist cot
iiittee at Plymouth she says:
"Fully conscious of the great hono
ad grave responsibility, I accept yo
)ter to stand for Plymouth."
ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES
NOTICE OF SALE
STATE 0 FSOUTII CAROLINA,
Facob McLeod Willcox, by his gua
dan ad litem, Jerome P. Chas
sabella Willcox and Clara Cha
Under and by virture of a judgme
)rder of the Court of Common Ple
n the above stated action, to
irected, bearintg date of October,
919, 1 will sell at public auction
he highest bidder, upon terms bel
nentioned, at Clarendon Court Hou
t Mlanning, in said County, within
egal hours for judicial sales, on M
lay, the 3rd, day of November, 1
>emng salesday, the following dlese
d rea lestate:
All that certain tract or parcelt
and itn the County of C2larendlon
tate of South Carolina, cotntain
tie hiund red and thirty-one and th
ourts (131 3-4) acres, more or I
iid bounded on the North by pu
oad separating satmie from lands
lott Lesesnie, otn the East and
y landls of Mlott leseane, and on
~outh by lands of J1. D. Hlolladay.
Terms of sale: one-riiird ensh,
alance in eq~ualI installments one
wo vear's fro mdlate of sale, with
crest from the (late of sale at s
er (cnt, per anmuii, payabile ann
v, the cr'edit potionm of the pure
price to lie secu red Iby bondl ofi
'urchaser and mortgage of the
iises, the bond1( and mortgage to
idle foir payment of r'easonable a
ey's fees ini caise of tnon-payt
'hen due, with privilege to the
baser of paying all cast.
Purchaser' to pay for papers.
E. Ii. AMI LE,
Shierifl',.' la rendon Co