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said, he hoped that Immigration would
be shut up for the next ten years and
this time spent in riddiig the country
of undesirables "now within our bor
Mr. Pollo!k was interested in the
wiping out of illiterpey throughout
the country and believed that his was
a federal as wel las a State question
and that thb cause of education should
have federal support. He was in fa
vor..of good roads and hoped that
the State of South Carolina would re
ceive its full share from the federal
appropriation which he had .had, the
opportunity to vote for while in the
The speaker excoriated Lodge, Knox
Borah and' Reed for their \bitter and
rank partisanship and opposition to
President Wilson and the league of
nations covenant. He believed that
the day for universal peace had ar
rived and that in the league covenant
were principles that would cement
the nations of the world into one big
brotherhood for the preservation of
the lives of humanity. He hoped that
the San Francisco convention would
endorse the stand of the President on
the peace treaty, as he believed that
the covenant was the first real begin
ning looking toward world-wide peace.
Mr. Pollock received liberal applause
throughout his speech and also at its
Stating that in this period of un
rest when it is absolutely necessary
ing hectic the public mind, George
Warren, of Hampton, contended that
it is absolutely necessary for the
country to get back to those founda
mental standards which have poised it
in the past. "The most important un
dertaking the keystone of the arch of
our rehabilitation," he said, "is the
mantenance of those i nstitutions,
those fundamental, principles of gov
ernment which have carried us safely
through the storms of a century and
In dealing with State's rights Mr.
Warren said that the nation is proud
because 'each individual has a con
tract in constitutional form" to a pur
suit of his life, liberty and happiness
"and unless the people of South Caro
lina awaken to the tendency of the
times-the drift away from the con
stitution-and check that tendency, we
are in for a period not only of unrest
and uncertainty, but a period of auto
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so nobly fought and died."
Continuing on the question of the
rights of the States, he said:
"Certain separate States, separately
recognized by the King of England,
met and delegated certain specific pow
ors to a central government and spe
cifically reserved unto themselves all
powers not delegated., In the sixties
certain of those powers of the States
were taken away and given to the fed
eral government. Later on other pow
ers were taken away and given to the
federal government. The Congress has
under interstate commerce regulations
and restrictions taken away other pow
ers of States and given them unto
Congress. - Only recently we have by
the nineteenth amendment taken away
one of the original powers of States
to regulate and name the persons who
shall be electors in our local political
races and given it to the federal gov
ernment. By the eighteenth amend
ment we have taken away from the
States the right to regulate for them
selves all matters pertaining to liquor
imd given it in charge to the federal
government. Already there has been
proposed for incorporation as the next I
great moral issue a single standard of
morality, put men and women on the
same moral plane'. Congress-a Re
publican Congress-now has under
consideration a federal anti-lynching
bill, which will further take away
from States their right to regulate in
ternal and domestic matters. Now, if
we continue taking away from States
such rigths and powers and continue
giving them to the central government
what will be the inevitable result? We
shal lhave a single, all powerful and
centralized government, the life of
which has never been soon.
Wants Whiskey for Medicine.
Other planks advocated by Mr. War
ren were the amortization of the war
debt of fifty years or more, rigid
economy in federal appropriations,
amendment of income tax law, reor
ganization of governmental depart
ments to prevent duplication, opopis
tion to the inauguration of a mili
tary despotism, utilization of the 11,
000,000 acres of idle lands in South
Carolina, cooperation with the Ameri
can Cotton Association and endorse
ment of the aims and principles of the
THE FURMAN QUARTF'T
Manning is to have the pleasure of
hearing the Furman Quartet at 8:30
tomorrow, at the school house.
The Furman Quartet is one of the
never been any doubt in the
the five-passenger Paige Gler
first it has been acknowledge<
-as setting a new standard of
scially to those who have a<
:rican habit of thrift - who
omy consists in getting the i
not mean that the Paige Gle
: of the term, a cheap car. It
not so muck by its conservati,
measure of comfort and satie
urn for the sum invested.
eworthy developments in cha
e-passenger Paige is a car
anical excellence. And its ad
as endowed it with a roomin
re truly exceptional.
DIT MOTOR CA R
'Manufacturers of Paige M
kter and Clarendnn C(
best. college quartets in the 8outh.
Wherev'er it has gone it has won the
highest praise from music lovers. Hear
what folks are saying about them, and
then hear them.
Mr. R. E. Bendell, a superintendent J
of the Redpath Chautauqua says:
"Permit me to express to you my
pleasure in hearing you sing yester
day. You have good voices that blend
harmoniously, and your pleasing per
sonalities at once command attention
from all. I predict for your quartet a
bright future and I wish you continu
Mr. Donald H. McGibney, a lecturer
of the Redpath Chautauqua, writes:
"From an experience of several years'
Chautauqua and Lyceum work I am
happy to state that from the stand
point of expression, tone and har
mony it is one of the best quartets I
have ever heard."
The Edgefield Advertiser comments:
"The greatest musical and entertain
ing treat that Edgefield has enjoyed
in many moons took place in the opera I
house on Thursday night of last week,
when the Furman Quartet appeared
'on the boards.' The solus, duets, and
quartets were magnificently rendered
by artists of the first order."
The Greenville News says: "Opera
and popular songs by the Furman
Quartet, which ranks high among the
college quartets of the South, featur
ed the program."
CEDAR SHINGLES-we offer only
the best grade.--Dickson Grocery
and Feed Co.
IF YOU WANT a brand new car
leave your old one with me. C. E.
Windham, Brockinton's Old Staind.
FOR SALE-Nice Fulghun Oats in
sheaf. $2.00 per hundred pounds.
J. H. Touchberry, Manning. It-p
TOBACCO STICKS, let us sell you
what you need. Dickson Grocery
and Feed Co.
EXPERIENCE makes perfect, that is
why I can guarantee you a good
job. C. E. Windham, The Automo
bile Decorator, Manning, S. C.
FOR SALE-Sweet Potato Plants
$1.50 per 1000, express collect. $1.75
per 1000, postpaid. All varieties
prompt shipment. Dorris-Kensey
Plant Co. Valdosta, Ga. 24-4t
DON'T GIVE AWAY your old car, let
me paint it up for you, I know how.
C. E. Windham, Manning, S. C.
FOR RENT-A -aice 7 room Bungalow
on Sullivan Island, Station 27, bath
room and servant quarters. Apply
to H. M. Thomas, Station 27, Sul
livan Island, S. C. 23-tf
EVERYBODY wants a new car, see
me at Manning and I will tell you
how to get one cheap. C. E. Wind
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re price .
and With the dlema
f out- prduc |
vanced ~w ~',I'If pst
ess and ym~net
COMPA NY, DIETR
oter Cars and Moeor 'Truch
aagers Hydrated lime in 40 lb bags.
Saves time in brick work and is fine
to use around your home. Dickson
Grocery & Feed Co.
FOR SALE-One 2 story brick store,
known as the.Truluck or Troy store
in Sunimerton, S. C., for particulars
see Durant & Floyd, Manning, S.
WIXED FEEDS-of all kinds, we
would like to show you what we
have. Dickson Grocery and Feed Co,
FOR SALE-Four cars standard Pine
laths. Red Cedar Shingles, want
orders for four foot tobacco sticks.
Get my prices T. R. Owen, Pax
ville, S. C. 25-tf.
[lAY-we have just unloaded a car
of No. 1 Feeding Hay. We offer it
at the right price. Dickson Grocery
and Feed Co.
'OR SALE-Cheap Six good sawmill
mules. Can be seen at our mill
near Davis Station. 0. H. Folley
and company. 25-4t-c.
PORTO RICO POTATO PLANTS
Front selected Government seed
stock as fine as ever growned. Ex
press 1000, $2.50, 2000, $4.75. 5000,
$11.25, 10,000, $20.LO. Prepaid
parcel post 500, $l.',>, 1000, $3.50.
Send for price list tomiato and all
other plants. Parker Farms, Moul
trie, Ga. 22-4t-c.
GASOLINE SYSTEM-Oil Tanks and
Pumps, Air Compressors, Comput
ing Scales, Show Cases, Account
Registers, Floor Scales, Rebuilt
Cash Registers, Safes, Store Fix
tures. The Hamilton Sales Co.,
Columbia, S. C. No.5-tf.
THERE is an increasing demand for
men nurses, young white men of in
telligence who are willinr to work
and study are informed of ani oppor
tunity to prepare themselves for
positions which command a large
salary after graduation and a gen
erous allowance while a student. If
interested apply to, W. J. Clark,
Superintendent of Columbia Hos
pital, Columbia, S. C. It-c.
I HAVE JUST RETURNED from
Rocky Mount, N. C., where I bought
a car of extra fine Jersey cows and
heifers which I offer for sale to
people who appreciate quality, they
have all been tested for tubercu-'
losis and come from the celebrated
Ricks Jersey farm. This is an op
portunity to secure a young cow of
real value and the finest breeding.
H1. H1. Bradham.
COLLEGE PREPARATORY SCHOOL.
Mrs. E. C. Nettles Alabrook, Principal
Manning, South Carolina
Fifteen standard units high school
English, French, Latin, mathematics,
history, science and penmanship.
Thorough preparation for any college.
Special hour classes during the sum
mer to review and make up back- work.
nid for thme Paage
ceding our utmost
t.s. a |:rompa de
de. Order.a placed
so ,muchm more of
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We are glad i
friends that w
ceeded in get
that we can
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at its best, an
stock of the I
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ting in a full car of
sell at attractive
fence is in several
11 standard weight.
ing and delivering
ould be glad tc get
r Painting is now
dwe have a full
est on the market.