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DEATH CAUSED BY CYCLONE
York, June 21.-Excited over the
approach of a cyclone of small extent
in the path of her home Saturday
afternoon, Mrs. Nettie Long, 6 years
of age, of Clover, expired w.ithin a few
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minutes, the cyclone, which was abo
200 feet in width, tore the roof of the
house and did some damage to a I<
of cotton. Traveling north into Uni
County, N. C., it did serious dama
there to eight houses. A mule W
,zilled by falling debris.
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Sf IRCE FIGHT OVER
A LIQUOR IS [XPECIED
ge Many Party Backers Believe Questio1
as Will Share Honors With
DISCUSS STATES RIGHrS
Prominent Democrats' Expect. Beci
Talk to lie Brought to Conventior
San Francisco, June 21.---With til
opening of the Democratin Nationa
Convention a week away, a stir o
oetivity was noticeable about, hote
headquarters today, in addition to th<
prelimitiary work at the auditorium
where the ldelegates will gather.
It took the form of iifermal dis
eussiol between national comnlitte
member? and State leaders alr.ady or
the ground, devoted chiefly to antiC
ipated struggles with platform build
ing. There was virtually no talk a
to presidential cantididates. A plain inl
timation ran through a - current of
platform talk that proposals to mod
ify the federal pr0ibi tion enforce
ment act were expected by some of
the Democratie war horses to share
honors with, if A-"'t to celipse the
league of nations issau.
States' ltights Discussed.
Nobody had any direct statelen t to
make nor would anybody talk for pub
lication. Some of the ilen who will
have a iald ill shaping the party's
declaration of principles, however
talked much privately of a popular
demand that the question of St ites'
riglits should apply to beer restric
Taken ill connection with the an
nounit1lced purpose of William J. Bryan
to resist any weakening of prohibition
ent forcelient. measures, talk brought to
tile surface the feeling of prominent
Demmo a already here that a fierce
battle . tile point ill the resolutions
committee was not to be avoided. They
believed also that ultimately the ques
tiont wouhd be fought, out otn the con
Disc'ussions of the plank apparently
awaited the arival of Senator Glass,
of Virginia, a1ted to head tile resolu
tions committee, and colilg direct
from a coiferentce with President Wil
son. The contest over tile league issue
already has been sharply defined in
ite conflicting views of the iPresident
and Mr. Bryan.
The nallie of Selator Walsh. of M ol
Lana, was injected itito the discussion
today of the probable permanent chair
mlianl of tle conivention. ''he Montala
Seniator. was mentioned by a 1111111ber
of, leaders inl a tentative way, although
otherS said they believed Secretary
I Colby, of the State Departnent, would
be the man urged by a-lInilistration
forces, despite his stat( lit that he
was not a candidate tor tile post.
No delegations have put ill an ap
pearance yet except for a state leader
here and there coming ahead to ar
ra nge- MAO accommodati ons for his associ
ates and to look over tile gronid nd
iick up ideas from men from ot her
sectionls oIf tile countitry. There is little
abhout the city as yet to inic~iate that
it is to pilay hlost to its fitrst national
political coniventioni next week. Trhe
wires werec busy during tile (lay, how
ever', witih reports of delegations get
t ing under way from the Eastern sea
board andi every arriving train addled
to the group of tile fgrsin Demo
eratic circles slowly assenmbiling ablout
headquarters of the nationial com
A GOOD) TRUNK WVASHI
Clemson College, June 22.-Pre
paratory to nmounding peach trees
againist thte biorer, wvhichl should
b e dlone JIuly I to 10, a coat of trunkh
wash should be aplplied from the
b lranches downwvardl to keep the trees
in ai healthly condition and( repel in
sects and diseases, says A. 1E. Schil
letter, assistant hlorticultutrist of the
Extension Service oIf Clemson Cot:
A Standard Tfrunk WashI
Lump Lime 2 0 lbs.
ISoap (Whale oil, home-madue, or 0or
din~ary laundry-_-_---------3 lbs
Sulphur ....... ..4 lbs.
Water .. - . 20 gals.
Shave the soap finely and( dlissolve
in thriee gallons oIf hot water
Make a thin paste of sulphlur and
addo to the soap1 solution, and while
thle lime is slaking (in half barrel)
pourii thle soilution of soap andl sul
phur over it, dilute, to make twenlty
five gallons, which is a suflicient
quantity to wash 200 to 300 trees
ii to 8 year's 0old. This wash is ver
inexp~ensive, and~ may be easily ap
pliied bly the use of ai paint bruish.
I will ap~ply to the Probate Courl
for Clarendlon county, S. C., on Mon
dlay, Juin" 21, 1920 at twelve o'clocl
inoon for a fina d11 Iischarge as5 su rvi vinl
executor of the last will and testa
ment of .1. II. Jlohnson, deceased.
i'lyJ J.92Columbuts Johnson.5
H ome Bank
We have this space and are offer
ty f roe of charge, to be used as a n,
Send all requests .to C. A. McFad
Mann111ing, S. C.
Don't fail to plant a small aerei
! C. W. Ridgeway, Bloomville, S. C.
Good milk cow to calve in few days.
T. C. Bradham, Manning - Milk
cow first calf will calve between June
1st, and 1.5th.
W. T. P. Sprott, Foreston-Young
Duroce Jersey sows 'Sprott's Queene'
and six pigs entitled to registration,
price $65.00. Her sister Sprott's
Queene 2nd and four pigs $60.00 will
furnish pedigrees with pigs.
I. V. Plowden, Manning-2 extra
nice Milk Cows, young calves-just
ready to begin milking.
Let us show yc
There are non
& Trust Co
ing it to the Farmers of Clarendon coun
dim for articles that you may want to seL
din, Agent Home Bank & Trust Co.
tge of Peanuts and Potatoes, this is im
S. W. Thigpen, Manning-Home
grown and ground Grits and meal,
will deliver any quantity, one peck up
every Saturday 65c per peck $2.50
R. R. DuRant, Alcolu -GiTers
Peaches for sale, would like several
customers thai he could deliver to
S. E. Nelson, Alcolu-One Jersey
Milk cow and heifer calf., Oae 3-4
Jersey cow bull calf, both extra good
milkers and butter cows.
W. S. Holladay,Manning - nice
Milk Cow, qualities guaranteed.
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