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If you hE
used and in n
MENAC[ TO FREEDOM
"We, Your Servants, Are Threatened,
Cajoled, Persuaded and Warned
of Fate That Await Us if We
Dare Exercise Own Judgment"
class interests at Washington more
seriously menaces the govcrnmnent of
the United States thana foreign com
plications over the league of nations,
Senator Thomas, of Colorado, declared
in an adldress at a Washingtoun's Birth
(ay meeting of the Sons of the Revolu
tion here 'today. In spea~kingJ of rail
road legislation pending in Congress,
" *, our servants, aretheend
cajoled, pecrsuadled and wvarned of the
fate, political andl otherwise, that
awaits us if we dlare exercise our owvn
judgment on this measure. We'll he
damned if we don, and wve'll be0 damned
if wve dlon't.
"The galleries of both houses of
Congress are constantly filled with
A good future withoul
dloesn't often happenCf, yi
Our' institution is a
jand1 investing bank.
We solicit the patrona
al attributes are likewist
ly deCsire to b)ecome such.
You never' regret mc
use to r'egret when it is
T. M. MOU
sold this season more fei
story, but on account of
iring facilities and heav
are well up with our ship
for a limited tonnage t<
ive not bought or are in
r in time, this is your of
age we have to offer will
s are unsurpassed in the
Mechanical condition. Tli
MANNING, S. C
representatives of various class
ests. You cannot imagine the
anguish of the man who wants
reelected. Someone once said ti
most terrible thing imaginable
be a dray horse in the infer,
gions, but he has a happy tim<
compared to some public serva1
"The surrender of home Cur
men," he continued, "is exh ibi
the statutes now on the books,
think! We have excluded labi
agricultural societies from the
tion of the atnti-trusit laws and
not appropriate a dollar unles
acquiesce--andl that in the Ia;
eqiual right to all and privileg
none. This practice, mnade sacr<
ory, is rep)uidated by e'very pl
p~arty, including my own.'"
The extreme parties policy o
erni pol itics is to blame for lpres<
piroblems, for thne violation o
andl for the growvth of crimir
ganizationis and( the tremiendIo,
penises of administering the a
mentlf, Senator TIhomas saidl. Bo
political parties wvill adopt idi
platformtis at their nationale
tions, lie pri c.tedl, and both w~
saving is something thie
r1ogressive money sayvin
go of these wvhose p)ersol
3-and those who earnes
fney saved. T~here( is. n
-tilizer than ever be
our largely increas
y ourchases of raw
nnents and can now
be shipped early in
doubt about getting 1
portunity to supply
not last long.
quality of materials )
ey make every crop 2
----.~ - ---- it
inter- certain that the country "is lost u11- ti
mental less their own candidate is elected.
,to be Referring to national prohibition, he
at the declared:
was to "We voted vet until it seemed the a
al re- 'Antis' were in the majority. Then we
of it damned them in the cloakroom and
its." voted for thiem on the floor."
ted in COASTAL OIL CO. WILL
Just l'AY BACK STOCK IONEY
11' and - -
oera- (harleston, 1Feb. 2.It is not uin-t
they likely t hat the drilling for oil on lands
id ot adjacent to the City of Charleston
e for as projected b) ythe prioposed Caro
dI the- inma Coastal Oil D~evelopmient comn
subscribe lw~lVill lbe retunedI to the a
subscribers, according to one of the
ndi<reetors of the corporation. liT'he
I' laws niieetingt. of incoporat'I ion. whi ch was
to have been held lust li~ liay, was
i cal led ofY and14 indetfIiinitely plostpjoned
overn- b~y reason of the tact that the lawv re
(hJbi <ured $50,000 of the $100,i 0000 to be
th ia suscibed, an upl II to the tim oflt tI he
.~tclmeeting only $38,000 had4 been41 subI
11''I fe scibhed. The incorp~orat ion! 4441ub4 not
Ifeltherefore, he legally conelmd am44I U1 the a
nelorpo(ra4tors are conIlsidlering one or1
1)the proposiion bef~)ore the Iloig "
enred((, buit iln the. even of Ithese phlans
n ot bi ng sat isfacto4rily'~'IC con lcle inl1
| t the ee ssary(V. amounVSt be )014' 4(i o
ed will he returned bly nrmli t4) each
of the sublscriberls. Ch1ee ks and14 re
1"i)t foirms are. noiw being plreparedlj
ne(Pessary so to 434.
*I.l7.ll INITY TO HEO'4-;
\ Seies of1 rt('enit. (xperim--nts 44n
diratin 441of inununllity to4 ho4 Ih~r
1(ollow,4.ing simuilltanieous in1ulatio of
\on p)1)43Igs supp)lorts thle rnnjn
lthat Ltei prtection is lusti. ThI
Iinve 4stigaition1s were co4ndu1rf atI
A- es IowaV, lby specialIist s of the
Unitedl St-ates Dehpar'tment. of Agri..
For CROUP, COLDS,I
INFLUENZA & PNEUMONIA
M tesshould kcep a tar of Iirame's VapomenthI
.al1 convenient. When Croup, Influenza or Pne u
mnonia threatens this delightful salvo rubbed well into
the throat. cet and under the arms, will telieve the
choking, break Congestion and promote rest foi sleep.
1 - A4
wat tE tI Icois
a Her Mother's Home Says This
Georgia Lady, Regarding Black.
Draught. Relief From Head
ache, Malaria, Chills, Etc.
Ringgold, Ga.- Mrs. Chas. Gaston,
f this place, writes: "I am a user
f ,Thedford's Black-Draught; in fact,
t was one of our family medicines,
so in my mother's home, when I
as a child. When any of us child.
en complained of headache, usually
aused by constipation, she gave us
dose of Black-Draught, which would
ectify the trouble. Often in the
pring, we would have malaria and
hills, or troubles of this kind, we
could take Black-Draught pretty reg.
lar until the liver acted well, and
re would soon be up and around
gain. We would not be without it,
)r it certainly has saved us lots of
octor bills. Just a doso of Black
)raught when not so well saves a
it of days In bed."
Thndford's Black-Draught has been
] use for many yeArs in the treat
ient of stomach, liver and bowel
roubles, and the popularity which it
ow enjoys is proof of its merit.
If your liver is not doing its duty,
ou will suffer from such disagree.
ble symptoms as headache, bilious.
cas, constipation, indigestion, etc.,
ad unless something is done, serious
rouble may result.
Thedford's Black-Draught has been
)und a valuable remedy for these
roubles. It is purely vegetable, and
eta in a prompt and natural way,
egulating the liver to its proper
inctions and cleansing the bowels of
npurities. Try it. Insist on Thed
>rd's, the original and genuine. 13 78
Altogether 171 pigs, inoculate<
hen a week to six weeks old and ex
)sedt to hog cholera, at times vary
g from 5 months to 9 months an
i (lays later, were found without ex
1ption to be immune to that disease.
Three of the pig. however, (liet
iring the period of exposure fron
muses other than hog cholera.
There was no apparent ill-efTec
"om the simultaneous inoculation it
.y of the pigs.
There was no difference in the im
unity of pigs from immune and non
Pigs that were approximately one
eek old received 10 cubic centimeter
anti-hog cholera serum and 1-2 c. c
virus. Pigs that were three week
or more received from 15 to 20 c
of serum and Irom 1-2 to 3-4 c.
Immunity was tested by injecting
e. of virus into the animals whet
icy had attained weights exceeding
i many cases, 200 pounds. None o
Ic hogs contracted cholera. The ex
eriments appear to disprove asser
onls by some observers that simul
Ineous inoculation of young pigs i
A~t la.-ting and that immhunity disap
'ars at ::tages of growth variousl:
aced from weaning time up to 5
(0 pounds in weight.
WO KILLED IN
PAlR lOl iIA'TTI.
Allendale, Ieb. 23.-A llie Cone, ag
v'enty, andl Orbie ('one, age sevein
'en, were' inistantly killed and( .Johl
ranlt, age twenity-two, was slighti:
('unded in ai gun battle in the hou
' . P. Phllillills' a proIsperous farme11
-sidling about four nailes from he r
>ouit 8 o'clock last niight.
.JoIhn Erant and his brother, Ear
ianft, age seventeen,1 r)re under1 ar
'st charyed with the killing. Th<i
anoC hoysV were hirst 0ousinls.
All of the( personls inll Ived are prs
riouls younig whliite men1 oIf thiis s'e
lTe shoot ing took place be~.fore tw<
lietails of the cause of the light an
It is report ed that (ri I C1'(one tool1
cept ion to a personal renuairk made(
.Johni IBrant,.511 a ndta the hit tert be
n shoot ing. iboht (of the dlead miei
ere shot thiirough the he'art.
It is stated that one of the defend
ants claims to have killed both men.
At the '.roner's inquest Miss Ruth
Phillips tes'ifed that John Brant
killed Orbie Cone and that Earl Brant
killed Allie Cone. The dead men
were buried this afternoon.
GUNMEN TAP PLAYERS
New York, Feb. 22.-Eight masked
gunmen entered the Tammany club,
Eighth assembly district, early today
and robbed 40 members who wer play
ing' cards of about $5000 in money and
The Best People from
N Biggest Auto Show and
E in the South. Eighty-ol
1 * senger automobiles to 1
hibit of trucks. Large
used in this State. Bigg
* son. Five fashion mode
* ing the new styles in G(
w etc., staged under direct:
All Spring openings of
- be held during the week
For further information
* Auto Association or See
N of Commerce.
Begin the year right
or repairing the one yot
a small bill of lumber us
save you many dollars.
1 either. Write us for pi
South Hlarvin St.
nuber twenty-nine gauget Gale,
lbnts. One tbhousand four hmt
Breederugt o se our a
inv.d I)n firculare
MANNINGI S. C
1 jewelry. They escaped before an alarm
could be given.
Notice is hereby given that the
books of Registration of the Town of
Manning will be opened at my office,
over the Bank of Manning from Feb.
4, 1920 to and including April 2, 1920
All persons desiring to vote at the
election to be held on April 12, 1920
must obtain a registration certificate.
This election will be held for the elec
tion of a Mayor and Six Aldermen.
S. MARION WILLIAMS,
Supervisor of Registration of the
Town of Manning.
Manning, S. C., Feb. 3, 1920.
iE m ERE EEENEUv
everywhere will be here *
WYE SHOW I
Fashion Exhibit ever held
le different makes of pas- M
)e exhibited; splendid ex- *
Est tent auditorium ever U
est social event of the sea
s from New York featur
)wns, Millinery Footwear,
ion of Mr. Daniel A. Reed. *
Columbia Merchants will *
write Secretary Columbia M
retary Columbia Chamber *
nt a Home?
by beginning your home
i have. A few shingles or
ed at the proper time may
We (al help y wi.th
Sumiter, S. C2.
ntted and V Crimped
F I NIi~ G le>\
TiLY (COMPA NY
( olumbhia, S. ( .