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Much bad feeling has been creal
the method of enforcing the federal 1
cases prohibition agents have been. fi
liquor as they could find. Now the
agent can enter a man's homC witho
illegally seized has been returned to
.of the wet and dry issue, a man's hon
from invasion at the whim of any pe
ms of law provided for the searchi
Abould he respected. To sanction ol
home in the land to invasion by any
star to his vest.
'hese (lays the country is indulf
-out another grist of public officials, f
.of them all.
Today we see great virtues in th
We etxpect great tiings from them.
Sometimes they measure up to e
measure at all. But making them ii
Mbi the hand that made them.
When you see the wind blowing
do .a little thinking. Many people a
Yurious kinds would not be littering
ways from day to day. Carelessne
disease leads to sickness and death.
caution in the matter of community
QOunger life, and greater happiness.
but we are all open to improvement i
Have you a desire to live to a r
.mur life by eating a chunk of garl
friends do not take the law of life ir
out waiting for the slight formality
The mother who encourages her
mclk, arms and back in order to cai
more seriously. The average man
but invariably he will turn to the gi
%he seeks a wife. Ile doesn't care t(
- iu be' repirrd/iee
I'In the St
II of the nlight when sootI
nleedled, what a feeling
Bag mulst give.
Most families have on
~jsar'y that they should.
We have some recal IF
her', and gu~arantceed to)
[anning as Second-Class Matter.
.00 per year in Advance
NESDAY, APRIL 7, 1920.
S YOUR CASTLE
ed between the wets and the drys over
rohibition law. It seems that in ninny
)rcibly entering homes and seizing such
courts in some cases are ruling that no
ut due process of law, and much liquor
its owners. Regardless of tfie merits
tc is his castle and should be held sacred
eson on suspicion. There is a due pro
ng of a suspected house, and that law
herwise would be to subject every
hief or thug who saw fit to pin a bogus
[t CAN TELL
ing in the pleasing pastime of turning
rom president down to the most humble
s man, and that one. and the other, and
3ut we never can t
spectations, and the-- again they do not
great sport, even though at times-they
a dirty piece of paper along the street,
re careless every day, or the rubbish of
our streets and our alleys and our by
ss breeds filth-filth breeds disease
If every person would use more pre
sanitation we would have less sickness
Nlone of us may ever hope to be perfect,
n one way or another.
ipe old age? It is possible to prolong
ic every (lay. That is, provided your
to their own hands and bury you with
daughter to expose the charms of her
cl a husband should think again-and
will look at all lie is permitted to see,
rl of modesty and common sense when
share those charms with the public at
I -' n dir 'ie 'h-ije3 indi mixtur'k.
your boy in to see them,.
V I ubbhit qu.iiy,
hing aidI is often quickly
of security a Hot Water
e and it is-absolutely neces
[ot Water Bottles--not ex
mnade from the Finest Rub-.
Are You a
A farmer who fails 1
Gambling with Nature.
he loses the year's work il
least two successful years
that time he will probably
successful farmer is the c
safe" by Diversifying his
sure at least a partial suc
W. C. DAVIS, P
J. A. WEINBER
J. T. STUKES,
WANTED-Telephone operator. Earn
while learning. Clarendon Tele
phone Co. J. F. Maye, Supt.
WE ARE prepared to do your cal
cimining, paper hanging and inter.
ior decorating. A full stock of wall
paper to select from. The Vogel
Mantel Co., Sumter, S. C. -13-c.
FOR SALE-Select Osceola Velvet
Beans for planting, large, sound and
early free of trash. $4.00 per bushel.
R. C. Richardson, Jr, Summerton,
S. C. 14-2tc.
WANTED-Live man knowing farm
ers of Clarendon county to represent
live proposition. Field ripe and good
returns on work amt time invested.
D. M. Blanding, Distributor, Sum
ter, S. C. it-pd
FOR SALE-Model "25" Maxwell
roadster in first class condition.
New tires all round anl a bargain at
$400. Reason for selling-no long
er needed. Write o. wire The
0aly-~l Cc., IV --s Rusel
St., Orangeburg, S. C. .14-3tc.
WE BUY, raise, and sell fur-bearing
rabits and other fur-bearing ani
mals. Place your order with us, and
list whatever stock you have with
us, stating lowest flat prices on
large shipments. Address 515-517
N. P. Ave., Fargo, N. D. 13-1-mo.
GASOLINE SYSTEM-Oil Tanks and
Pumps, Air Compressors, Comput
ing Scales, Showv Cases, Account
Registers, Floor Scales, Rebuilt
Cash Registers, Safes, Store Fix
tures. The Hamilton Sales Co.,
Columbia, S. C. No.5-tf.
WANTED--Iligh class mian to rep
resent oldl established old1 line life
insurance comipany in or aroundl
Manning. Attractive commission
ennteet wvith drawing account
dire-t with home oflice- for real
salesmian who e:.nl qualify and pro
(luce l'usiness. Addhress Southern
Life & Trust Co., Branch Office,
Box 43 Sumter, S. C., giving twvo
or mior~e redfe'rence's. 2t-pd.
We have had a great dedal of trouble
lately by reason of chaniges of opera
tors caIused b~y sickness and~ resignia
Thle sw itebbI oard has oinly numbers
--n1o names arie onl it. An operator,
to furnoish a connection called for b~y
name, muist !ok up the name and flid
the numbher. Thliis takes time, calls
ao'emneiilate, - abscribers get impiatie'nt,
get poor sers :ce, and there follows d is
sat isfact ion.
Tlhe Cuom pa ny does njot bilame the
subscribeis, as old directories were
out of dlate' and the usual custom was
to call by namuie, but. the increased
number of telephones makes this im
practical. New', di rec'tories have been
issuedl, after cons iderable delay , and
we hope sub~sciblers wvill use them, as
it will help us to improve the service.
The operators are anxious to give
If you (10 not get good service you
will confCeri a favor by i mmedliatel y
enalling Mr. Maye, the Superintendent,
or telephones 24t0 or. 128, and stating
the circumstances. If the trouble is
mechanical it wvill be remedied at
on1ce ,and if the Cauilt is with the op
erator wve want to know it.
Trhe delays in ge'tting long distance
connections are the fault of the Bell
operator in Sumter. We are working
on this and hope to get better service.
The District Maniager has requestedl
that we furnish him with definite dle
tails of unusual odelays. We will be
glad to hauve wvritten comphiaints to
forward to him for attention.
The operators in charge for week
hneginningr Thursday, Anril 8th, are:
;o Diversify his crops is
If he wins, all right; if
3 gone and it will take at
to make up his loss. By
3re agree that the most
ne who "plays the game
crops sufficiently to in
UUUUtSrt M MUMMuItMt :
Miss Sallie Thomas-7:30 a. m. t<
2:15 p. n.
Miss Aliene Dullose-2:15 p. m. t<
9 p. i.
James Burgess-9 p. i. to 7:30 a
Additions to Directory.
175 Claud C. Chewning-Residence
(Please write in your Directory)
LOWDEN WILL TELL ALL
Washington, Ap'il 5.-Louis L. Em
erson, secretary of state of Illinois
and manager of Governor Lowden'q
campaign committee, conferred today
with Senator Borah of Idaho, who re
cently had criticised alleged excessiv
campaign contributions, and later an
nounced that the.governor stood ready
to make public a compicte record of
his expenses provided the same infor.
mation was furnished by other candi
Senator Borah said that Governoi
Lowden and his managers agreed to
suibmit their books vouchers and othei
data dealing with contributions an
cxpenditures if Maj. Gen. Leonari
Wod and others authorized similar
publicity of their accounts.
Mr. Emerson said tonight he had
come to Washington prepared to nakce
public through Senator Borah, 'a con.
plete list of contributions and expen
ditures in connection w.ith the gover
nor's presidential campaign."
"I called upon Senator Borah,' ht
added, "and was sincerely disappoint
ed to fmnd that other candlidates hadl
not seen fit to direct their managers te
join me at the senator's oflee. Tfhere
fore nothing wvas (lone."
T HIS Case 10-18 er
noted for its Simplic
Flexibility and Durabi
ione can operate and care
Every part is easily facce
not waste your time in get
Transmission housing, diffe
ing, clutch, crank case, evc
can be reached for inspeci
. vithout trouble or loss of
This Case 10-18 Is small
scan be taken almost everyw
s-adius Is about 11 feet
It has a one-piece maii
frame. So there is 'no
racking nor vibration
none of the twisting
whiph is so destructive.
ffhe mnono ii sae men..
FORD NOT ENTERED
HarriAburg, Pa., April 5.-Notninat
ing petitions intended to place thi
name of Henry Ford of Detroit befor
the voters of Pennsylvania as a can
didate for a presidential nomination a
the May primary were rejected by th
secretary of the commonwealth todas
because they did not give the name o
any party and failed to comply witi
requirements of the Pennsylvania pri
mary law. When the papers were of
fered at the bureau of elections th
defects were called to the attention o
the man who presented them and wh
stated that he had come from Detroit
The blank forms were secured i
month ago. They vill have to be re
turned to this city in corrected forn
before rhursday night if the name i
to go on the primary ballot.
Pursuant to an order of J. M. Wind
ham Judge of Probate, I will sell t
the highest bidder, for cash, at th
residence of the late James Morrh
oa Saturday the 24th day of Apr!
1920, at 10:30 o'clock A. M. the fol
lowing personal property; 1 lot o
plows, 1 wagon, lot and gear, lot o
corn, 1 mule, small lot of peas, lot o
sweet potatoes and slips, lot of kitche
furniture lot of home cured meat, fod
der and hay, 2 sows and 17 pigs, an
6 bushels of cotton seed.
J. D. Mitchum,
Jordan, S. C., April 6, 1920-14-31
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
efore the Clerk of the Court of Cow
In the matter of Bartow Smith,
B. Wallace, Thomas Wilson et al. T
estabilsh Clarendon - Williamsbur
TO ARRIVE LA
Jersey Wakefield Cabb(
50c The Hundre(
Porto Rica Potato ]
At P t The Hundi
We expect above i
S. L. HUG(
~sene Traetori' ?ydwse this
ty, AccessibUity Alger
ity. Almost any. gears.
or this improved
saible. Yout meed 8 inches deej
ting at the part. For all kindi
rential gear hous- Iti also Is
ry working part, teadily driv
Ing or adjusting equipped, a
and comnpact It you buy, lns
bere. Its turnIng all its superi
Couties I)rainage District No, 5.
The final report of the. vie
'the abdve entitled cause havia 5
accepted by me, notice Is hereb
that on the 26th day of Apr I 2q
at noon at the office of the said rk
in the Court Houpe of said County,
there will be held the final hearing O
the final report. All parties to this
action' take notice that this is the time
set for them to present their objec
tions to the report of the viewers.
J. B. CANTEY,
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas,
14-2tc Clarendon County, * .
NOTICE OF DISCHARGB
We will apply to the Judge of Pro.,
bate for Clarendon county, on the,.
10th day of May 1920 at 11 o'clock
A. M. for Letters of Discharge as
- executors of the estate of Sallie Mc
Knight Clarke, deceased.
5 G. A. Lemon,
E. R. Wilson,
Sumter, S. C. April 5, 1920 4t-p
NOTICE OF, DISCHARGE
3 I will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon county, on the.
10th day of May 1920, at 1 lo'clock
A. M., for Letters of Discharge ad
executor of the estate of Robert B.
f Mellett Senior, deceased.
f Robert B. Mellett, Sr.
Summerton, S. C., April 1st, 120 5t-p
A meeting of the stockholdeV of
Manning Development Compan A11
be held at the office of DuRan Jd'
Ellerbe, Manning, S. C., on Friday
April 30, 1920 at I' o'clock noon for
the purpose of considering a resolu.
- tion to wind up the affairs of the said
company which is a cooperation and
dissolve the charter of same.
D Fred Lesesne, Presitent,
13-5tc S. W. Barron, Secretary.
ST OF THIS WEEK
3ton Wakefield, and Early
tge Plants at
* $4.00 Thousand.
Ilants-Free from Disease.
'ed $3.00 Thousaid
n not later than Saturday
permlts us#o of all sput gears.
are (cuti pteel, enclosed, and run
or easily liandles two plows '/ or
. It has plenty of reserve power.
Sof field work it is unequld.
as wonder for belt work. I~h1
e a Case 20x28 thresher, My
No. 12 Case silo dil1er, or other
quirlng similar power. Before
estigate this better tractor. Not
~ Motor Co.,
TOR Manning, S. C.