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ING$ WILL FIX
ROLL Of DELECAIES
to Dispose of Reed Con
5 MAY BE CHAIRMAN
y of Abandoning Rule Re.
ring Two-tpirds Vote to Nom.
6Fr~sco, June 21.-A 1 ight
iioh may follow the first session
--the Democratic national convention
bich opens here next Monday, llomdr
: Cummings, chairman of the nation
xcammittee, announced today.
Lef6 that time, the national com
Ittee,.which meets June 25, will have
"4posed of the prospective contest
. rthe seating of United States Sen
ktde Jarges Reed, of theFifth (Kansas
Qity) Aistrict of Missouri, and the
qntest over the seating of the twen
t,.eight delegates from Georgia. The
dommittee will act upon these in con
nection with- its work of making up
temporary roll and conteste may be
carried to the credentials committee
and even to the floor of the conven
to b e
. That t
Among delegates here, United Stptei
Senator 'thomas Walsh, of Montana
was 'being mentioned for permanen
chairman of the convontio\ a positior
in connection with which the name ol
Bainbridge Colby,1Segretary of State
has bein frequently beard.
"No documents have been filed ir
behalf of Senator Reed," said Mr. Cun
mings, "but a large number of tel
egrams of protest received from Mis
souri assure a contest 'in case creden
tials are filed for him."
Party legadbrs assumed that Senateo
Reed's' case will rest upon the conten
tion that the Missouri State conven
tion's action in referring the selectioi
of Mr. Reed as a delegate back to tho
Fifth district convention mqkes th4
renaming.of Re"d by the district con
vention mandatory. The Senator's op
ponents will hold, it is said, that th4
State convention's rejection of Reet
by a decisive -vote should govern an<
that the alternate named by the dis
trict and ratified by the State bod:
should be seated.
There was a possibility of abandon
ing the requirement for a two thirdi
majority in the convention to nominat
a candidate and of the unit rule, b:
which 'a State's ballots are voted ei
bloc. Mr. Cummings said the two
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n as aluxury becomes
ity the point of view
r three years ago you
ave listened to more
opinions about tires
could shake a stick
Ferent now. Tire users
:ing towards a unani
xpress it one way
n down the strect
But sifted down it
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to the roads
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3R Co.) Manning, S. C. WV.
Summmerton, . . D. I L
i thirds majority was an "ancient party
custom" tha could be overturned only
by specific affirmative vote. The unit
-rule depends upon the instructi6ha
from each delegation.
-, "The. national committee's meetings
will be open, to begin with, at least;"
Mr. Cummings said, "although the
body may vote to go into executive
session at any time."
Credentials'and a demard for re
ognition of two delegates to the Dei
ocratic national convention were re
ceived .here from the Canal Zone. This
it. is said, will present a new problem,
in that the status of the zone different
from that of the States and of such
territories as Hawaii, Porto Rico and
others which are given representation
in the convention.
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The qualified voters residing in Big
Branch School District No. 31 will
hereby take notice that an election
will be held at Big Branch school
house on Thursday June 24th. 1920
for the purpose of voting on the ques
tioro of whether said district shall
levy and collect annually a further
tax of eleven (11) mills for general
school purposes in said diptrict. Reg
istration certificates and tax receipts
required as in other general elections.
Polls open from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. By
J. W. COCKRAN,
B. W. HOLLADAY,
S. B. DAVIS,
Trustees in and for Big Branch
School District. 3t-c
Order accepting final report and set
ting date for final hearing.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
- County of Clarendon
Before the Clerk of the Court,
of Common leas.
In re: Clarendon County Drainage
District No. 4.
The final report of the Viewers be
ing filed and found in due form, it is
hereby accepted and the (late of the
final hearing on this report is set for
Saturday, July 5th, 1920, at noon.
Given under my hand and seal this
7th day of June 1920.
J. B. CANTEY,
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas
2t-c- for Clarendon County, S. C.
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT
The Resolutions of the death
Bro. E. B. Gamble-whereas, t
Supreme Chancellor of the Univer
in His all wise providence has call
from our Lodge Room to join the ett
nal Lodge above, the soul of our Bi
E, B# qamble,
And, wherea', the members of Cl
endon Lodge No. 173 Knights of P
this, have heard with profoundc
sorrow of the death of Bro. E.
Gamble, therefore be it resolved
the Lodge: -
That we -bow in umble submissi
to the decree of Almighty God, kno
ing that He doeth all things for t
THE COLLEGE OF CHARLESTC
Entrance examinations, and (-xa
inations for' the free tuition couri
scholarships at all county seats F
(lay, July 9, at 9 a. m.
Four year courses lead to the B.
and B. S. degrees. Special two-yc
pre-iedical and pre-technical court
Spacious buildings and athle
grounds, well equipped laboratori
unexcelled library facilities. Two di
mitories for men. Expenses modera
For terms and catalogue, address
HARRISON RANDOLPH, Pres
SWe are now
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SFor Barn 12:
SFor Barn 16:
For Barn 20:
best ano for His glory;
That in the death of Bro. E, B. Gam
of ble the Lodge has-lost a brue and loyal
he member, and the members a faithful
se and devoted Bro.;
ed That we tender to his loved ones
our deepest and nost heart-felt sym
pathy in this hour of sore bereave
ment, assuring them that their sorrow
is our sorrow, their loss our loss;
r- That a copy of these resolutions be
Y- sent to the family of our departed
St brother, and that a piage in our mninute
book be dedicated to his meiory with
these resolutions spread thereon, and a
copy ot same be published in 'T'he
Dn Manning Times.
6v- ~ Comm11ittee,
lie JT. P. YASSNEY,
A. C, BRADIIA1,
T. T. HELMS.
20 C. 11. MATHIS,
N.1. A. SURLES.
ty YELLOW FEVER REPORTED
A. Mexico City, June 22.--(By the As
ar sociated Press.)-Yellow fever is be
les lieved to have broken out in Vera
Cruz, where numerous cases of bu
tic bonie plague were reported recently,
es, according to newspaper dispatches re
te. ceived today.
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