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MANY KILLED IN
ITALIAN STRIKE RI01
Telegraph and Telephone Lines Cut
Railway Traffic Stopped Arm
WE WOUNDED IN FIGHT
rders lBegun by Striqers; Re<
Element Join Under Direction o:
I.- . . . _ . .. .. . .ay 'an
Tnursdtay at alantua, where mobs ter
ro:'ized the city.
The rioters attacked the small gar
rison, cut telegraph and telephony
communication, stopped railway traf
fice, raided arms shops, burned prison:
freeing all sorts of criminal sand heh
the police and soldiers at bay uriti
fresh troops and carabineers arrive(
with machine guns and occupied th<
city militarily. The troops finally es
tahlished order Thursday ngiht.
- The Rome newspapers tonight print
full details of the ' .ation at Mantu,
(etalI Lath, I
all Ties, M
I I r p ". all Board,Bu
00l1' (>on l
VHt 01 g'lft5s
151~ \ain Sir,
The Giornale D'Italia says the Man,
tua Chamber of Labor authorized i
strike without excesses. The disorder:
were begun by 500 strikers, who speet
ily were joined by the lawless ele
meat under the direction of extrem.
Storm Military Barracks
The crowds stormed the military
barracks and fired on the garrison
The soldiers discouraged attack b
firing in the air. At the suggestion o1
soIe of the extremist leaders the mot
moved on to the railway station am
seized the restaurant, where they
feasted and drank wine. Those of th<
rioters unable to enter the restauran
were incensed when the n.n illsid
poured wine upon the floor of the res
taurant until it flowed into the street
The rails were torn up to prtven
trains from entering or leaving th<
station and the building itself wv
badly wrecked. At the suggestion, "le1
us burn tije jails and free the prison
ers," the mob moved to the prisuns
overcame the guards and ordered the
astonished prisoners out, telling then
a revolution had come and they wer<
Prisoners Given Arms.
'The men released were all being
2nd the Besif
r Hydrated Lime
OIetal Ceilind, Corner Beads,
ortar Colors, Shindle Stains,
ildind Papers, Waterproof ind &
Wire or Write
land Cement Co.
eston, S. C.
Jacksonville New Orleans
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WX\fIIS LARGEIST AND
EXCLUSIVE~ SHOWING 0
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(learanceW we have (fut the o1
Suits stiuarely in half-nuote t
Suits, 1low.........- .
Sits, nowV .
low $10.00, $25.00 Dr~esses, no(
D resses, no0w $1 5.00.
EI W~ \'omell to he found in) Sol
held for common crimes. Those unabl
to obtain civilian clothes turned thei
striped uniforms inside out so as t
I be less conspicuous. They were givei
arms seized from soldiers or takei
from the looted arms shops.
The proprietor of one of the arm
shops raided by the mob took refug
in a room behind the shop and wa
burned to death in the fire the mel
set after taking all the revolvers, ri
lies and ammunition in the store.
DISCOVERS NEW SERUM
Laredo, Texas, Dec. 7.-El Univer
sal, of Mexico City, a copy of whicl
reached here today, announces tha
Dr. Benito Sanches, of - Mexico City
has discovered a serum that cure
typhus within forty-eight hours. Th
discovery, the paper adds, "has cause<
a great sensation."
Constantinople, Tuesday, Dec. 2.
(By the Associated Pres..)-Constan
tinople is credited here with being th
worst governe'd city in the world, a
well as that in which the cost of liv
ing is highest. It presents a spec
tacle of chaos. Everybody is robbini
everybody else. Blackhanders among
the shipping agents and the long
shoremen are responsible for the fac
that it costs more to get freight fron
a shi pto shore than to transport i
from New York to Constantinople. Al
available (lock space h'.a been takei
up by the Entente 'powers and Amer.
icans, and citizens of other countries
who are shut out, are paying $35 r
ton to Pet goods from a shi pthrougli
Every species' of levantine thieverv
has been turned lose. A modest hotel
room costs from $5 to $8 a day, with
food in proportion, although the mar
kets are full of produce.
Food prices have increased 11200 per
cent over those prevailing before the
war, while house rent has increased
fifteen fold. The city nightly is full
Grove's Tasteless chIll Tonic
restores vitality and energy by purifying and en
riching the blood. You can soon feel Its Strength
enin Iuvidorating Effect. Price 60c.
'ignj Half Price
UIImI, S. C.
S_ I M
B~ F Ol~ ? X P E R T L Y
tobaccos in Camel
nate bite and free
Camels win instant
success with smok
blend brings out t
refreshing flavor an
R. J. RE
of fighting soldiers and sailors of
nationalities, shooting off firearn
The gambling houses are in full swit
for all classes, with the merchant
when losers, making up their loss
by raising prices, although the wai
houses are overstocked.
The streets swarm with pickpoc
ets, with the Turkish police claimii
to be helploss because of the intc
Allied control. The Turkish go
ment claims it is helpless to co)du
affairs for the same reason-that
has too many bosses.
The Turkish officials say they a
afraid of the ultimate attitude
Great Britain, although rece
speeches in the British House of Coy
mons have reawakened their hop
that Turkey will not he partitions
Meanwhile the capitalists of all n
tions are going ahead buying up pi
vate concessions for exploitation will
peace is signed. However, the Tur
ish government has forbidden the sa
of new condessions since July.
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ADMlIN ISTRATOR'S SALE
Pur suant to an order of J. M. Win
ham, Judge of Probate, I will sell
the highest bidder, for cash, at tl
resident of the late Septimus Logai
near Pinewood, on Friday the 15
day of D~ecember 1919 at 11 o'clos
A. M., the following personal prope
ty: 2 mu les, 5 shoats, 1 buggy, plc
tools, 1 mnower, 1 cow, 3 bedsteadd,
chais, 3 mattresses.
Jarrett E. Logan,
P'inewoodl, S. C., Nov. '29, 1919.
No trespassing or hunting allow<
on the following tracts of land: Alc
Iu farmn Spigner farm,' Montgomer
Da niels and D)uhant lands, Levi ai
Spigner lands, Tindal place, Le
Bros. andl Epps lands, Webb pjac
And all other
What you pay out you
is cigarette satisfaction
you do get it in ever:
blended choice low-mildness
choice Domestic taming the des
cigarettes elimi- are simply a r
them from any smoke themwi
ty aftertaste or
y odor. For your own
and permanent in the world
ers because the you'll best r
o the limit -the quality and
1 delightful mel- they provide.
(NOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston-Se
Li Appelt and Plowden place and E. R.
s, Plowden place. All in Fork of
J. M. GRAHAM,
- 6t-c. Agent for
es D. W. Alderman & Sons Co.
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NOTICE OF DISCHARGE
,g I, will apply to the Judge of Pro
:_ bate of Clarendon County on t he
15th (lay of December 1919; at 11
V- o'clock A. M. for Letters of Discharge
ct as C ommittee for Mary R. Lavender,
it now,- deceased.
Esther J. Evans,
re New Zion, S. C., Nov. 14, 1919.
es I will apply to the Judge of Pro
d hate of Clarandoi County on the 15th
day of December 1919; at 11 o'clock
~ A. M. for Letters of Discharge as
- Administrator of the Estate of Wil
m Liam P. Richbourg, deceased.
k.. Joseph A. Richbourg,
Manning, S. C., Nov. 13, 1919.
NOTICE OF IDISCHARGE
T, will apply to the Judge of Pro
dI- bate for Clarendon County, on the
to 22nd day of December 1919; at 11
1C o'clock a. mn. for Letters of Discharge
as Executor of the Estate of WV. WV.
Lb Anderson, decealsed.
:kV. IH. Anderson,
r- -pd Executor.
w Summerton, S. C., Nov. 21 1919.
All persons having claima or (de
mands against the estate of C. P.
Hluf, dleceased, wvill present them to
the undIersignedl dul yattested, and all
persons indlebtedl to the said estate
3d will make payment to the undersign
y, C. B. Huff,
Id Administrator of C. P. Huff, (le
vi ceasedl, Sumter, S. C.
e, D~ated Nov. 26, 1919. 4t-e.
Material Needed i
I & McLEI
Sumter. S. C.
r good money for
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r puff of Camels!
>f the tobaccos yet re
irable "body." Camels
evelation! You may
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satisfaction you must
-Is with any cigarette
at gny price. Then,
,alize their superior
the rare enjoyment
dlem, N. C.
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE'
I will. apply to the Judge of Pro
bate of Clarendon County on .the 15th
day of December 1919; at 11 o'clock
A. M. for Letters of Discharge as
Administratr:ix of the Estate of
Daniel Beaf,ley Davis, deceased.
Sue Hall Davis,
Manning, S. C., Nov. 13, 1919.
NOTTCE OF DISCHARGE
I will apaply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon county, on the 5th
dlay of January, 1920, at 11 o'clock
A. MA. for Letters of Discharge as Ad
ministrater of the Estate of R. Leo
Thames, (,creased. pd.
Summerton , Dec. 3rd. 1919.
Pursuant to an order of J. M. Wind
ham, Judge of Probate, I will sell to
the highest bidder, for cash, at the
residence of the late William Pie Son,
December.- 1919; 11 o'lc A y ___ . M.
theu foiloing persal:Oecw
satisfactio abou 40musescrntn
lot hay prind Tden,buhlpn
the are ipeenoyen
Davis Stton.. . NvC2,19.
NOTICE~ TO CITORSE
IAll pro havn claims ofainst
bh sate of Maryndo Conty oan, te-t
ceased ofl reenter 919; attestedloc
And thos fowin etsid ishaegel mae
Adjja~xof the saidaestate
Danil Ba~.eySavis Tindeasl,
Mfanning, S. C., ote 1, 19. 191
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