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SITUATION IS NOW
IN WAITINO STAC
McAdoo Prospects and Wet Plan
MESMltlSM OF'' MR. BRYAN
Irish Question Also Uppermost i
Mlinds of Most of Delegates.
Sanl Francisco, Cal., June 27.
About all has been said that cal
be said about the prospects of Lh
various can(d1dates for the Presidentia
nomination to be m-tdC by the Demo
cratic convention which assembles to
mi1t1rro1w. There is no use in rehears
ing the same today that was writtel
yestenday. The situation will not b
chanlged without some defi nite devel
opmients and we ar now liecessaril,
in a waiting stage.
Flor instance- with platformi adopte<
before the ticket is inmed, the for
tunes of certain possibilities for the
ntominlation m1ay be seriously affectled
That is so obvious that it tequires nt
explanation. Again muoch depends upot
the headway which the always turbu
lent. lr. Hryan may be able to tak
with his schemes to wrest control of
the conventtion from the admitnistra.
tion leaders. The Nebraskan's powe
of oratorical mesmerism will have to
make a vastly better showing here
than they did at the .Jackson day harn
<jluet at Washington last larch for
hii to overcomle the impression that
he cannot upset delegates as he did to
Ret iremeint of .M1eredith.
The retirement of Secretary of Agri
Culture Meriledith as candidate for the
.Pres identi ia l nonmiation icalnt very lit
cle or trothing as nobody had serious
ly regarded him in that particular.
There is one ew mMovement ini the
Presidential paddock which is interest -
ing. McAdoo booiers are sayinrg with
great confidence that the thing is all
settled. The ticket will bMeMlcAdoo
and Cox. "Yesterday the Pialmer peo
ple were suggesting a combination
with the Cox followers on the same
basis, tile Ohio muarn tro take second
place. But tie Cox mantagers are mak
ing light of all intimations that their
canldidate is to be disposed of in any
such manner. The man who is every
body's second choice is really the fel
low who is strongest of all ,they d(!
clare, and tley predict that Cox will
forge to the fronit after a very few
ballots. Of course it' the McAdoo aid
Cox forces could really unite all would
Ie over but the shouting. Thev eon
tain many elements as Mutually on
friendly as oil and water. Possibility
of the convention breaking away from
the control of the dry element ofr the
evasive element and forcing the adop
tion of a definitelyv moist )lanik is
aurgmren ted by the snarl over Irish
freedom. Inability to satisfy the
friends of the Irish on that matter
would leave the Democratic party in a
rather bad way as to the Irish vote
stock tour: -
of course, bet
best use of es
k Hard Work Often Break
and Creates a Need
M EN and wqmen who do hare
labor, such as building, farm
Ing or housekeeping, and thosi
who do exhaustive brain work of vari
ous kinds, often feel the need of some
thing to help renew fagged forces and
tone up the system.
To help repair the wear caused by
over-work, to gain renewed strength
and energy, many have obtained good
results from taking Ziron Iron Tonic.
Ziron Is a perfected preparation of
pure inedicinal Iron salts, combined
with other valuablo strength-giving
unless somieth ing should be dlone in
some other way to make the platform
i pilase this large fraction of our po
. litical household. The Republicans
dodged the Irish question, but, their
surrndet tLo Ilirama -Johnson on the
ileague (Of nations' was gratifying to
Wet Plank, Whisper l lome.
"Ptt a wet pltnk in the platform,"
whisper someit. of the Ilostastute of
ti Demcratic psychologists, 'and
'If :et the Irish ,ote all right, no
matter what we do about the league of
lations. The Irish vote cares a lot
more about alleviation of the present
excessive aridity here in our midst.
than it does ahout the iivolved aid
dist ant subject of the league. With
o11t a Moist plank we lose a lot of
(tou Irish Vote, with such a plank, we
retai n it and intcreas e it."
So as coivention eve passes McA(loo
is the inldividual upper--moist in the
interest amolg the lominatinAg pos
sibilities, and tite questionI wihether or
n1ot Ifo have a wet plank is the itques
tion upperilmost it) intyrest amtiot ng thel
Posible cam Paign issues. Most of the
delegates seem weary of the league of
nationlS discuLIssiol and are paying no
attention to it at this lime.
Baltimore, Ahd... June 27.-More than
1.000 strik ers antd dissatisfied employ
es of the Baltimore atd Ohio, the
Plennusylvan ia , antd the Vestern Mary
land Railroads at a meeting in defence
of orders received from William C.
Doak, vice president of their national
executive committee at Washington,
voted to remain out tuntil the wage
board had declared its award.
TEN * 'E!!. IN U31ASI1 :P
Iluntinigburg, Ind., June 27.-Ten
persons were killed and nine injured
probably fatally when a truck carry
ing a load of )icmckers was1 struck by
a passenger train ole im ile west of
here this morning. The injured were
taken to in Evansville hospital. The
truck which was carrying twenty-one
persons, stopped on the tracks and
was struck by the train which Was
ny That f
ite Run Gives Conclusive Evidence of Quali1
astrt~ion and Economo)y of Triple1tx Spings
LRKABLE OVERLAND VIC
ios Angeles-Yosemite Economy
triumph for scientific light weig:
Triplex Springs. The winning
car rNintered an average of 35.
bout the entire mountainous tri
ter than average Overland mile;
to drive a car whose design it
cry drop of fuel.
985; Roadster, $985, Coupe, $1525; Sedan,.
es f. o. b. Toledo, subject to change without notice
i Motor Compm
Down a Person's Health
for Ziron Iron Tonic.
tonic ingrediento, which aro recom
mended by (eading physicians.
Mr. 11. B. Converse, of McEwen
Tenn., writes: "I had been working
very hard, and was getting weak and
run-down from hard work. When I
commenced taking Ziron, in a few days
I felt stronger, and now I have taken
two bottles I feel as strong as ever,
although I havo kept at work all the
You cannot lose anything by giving
Ziron a trial, but very likely will gain
Your druggist will sell you the
first bottle on a money-back guarantee.
travelling at a high rate of speed.
Several children were among those
killed anl dinjured.
The special train which brought the
injured to Evansville was held up by
a freight wreck at Oakland City and
did not arrive until 3 o'clock in the
ADVE'RTISE IN THE TIMES
TO MOTORIZE REGIM ENT
Columbus, Ga., June 27.-Orders
have been received to motorized the
Twenty-ninth infantry regiment, sta
tioned at Camp Benning, making it a
model infantry regiment and the first
regiment in the army to be motorized.
\oftorizat 1ion will consist of motor
buses to transport troops, stal' auto
mobiles for oflicers, motorcycles for
erederlies and light trucks to transport
ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES
NOTICE OF DISCIIARGE
I will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County, on the
12th day of July, 1920, at 11 o'clock
A. Al. for letters of discharge as Exe
(utrix -of the Estate of I). J. Brad
Sarah J. Bradham,
Manning, S. C., Juie 12th, 1920.-c
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
County of Clarendon
13y J. M. Windhai Probate Judge:
Whereas, David C. Mason made
quit to me to grant him Letters of Ad
mioistration of the Estate and effects
)f Charles M. Mason.
These are, therefore, to cite and
idmonish all and singular the Kind
led and Creditors of the said Charles
\U. Mason deceased, that they be and
ippear before me, in the Court of
Probate, to be held at Manning on the
.th (lay of July next, after publica
ion hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
oon, to show cause ,if any they have,
vhy the said Administration should
lot be granted.
Given under my hand this 21st day
)f June, Anno Domini, 1920.
J. M. Windham,
>d- Judte of Pof -.
b~t and the
p. This is,
alge, but it
We have this space and are offerh
ty free of charge, to be used as a ntd
Send all requests to C. A. McFadd
Manning, S. C. ,
Don't fail to plant a small acreag
C. W. Ridgeway, Bloomville, S. C.
Good milk cow to calve in few days.
T. C. Bradham, Manning - "'Ik
cow first calf will calve between J..ne
1st, and 15th.
S. E. Nelson, Alcolu-One Jersey
9 Milk cow and heifer calf., One 3-4
9 Jersey cow bull calf, both extra good
9 milkers and butter cows.
W. S. Holladay,Manning - nice
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Let us show you
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ig it to the Farmers of Clarendor coun
m for articles that you may want to sell
in, Agent Home Bank & Trust Co.
e 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 -Offers
Peaches for sale, would like several
customers that he could deliver to
I. V. Plowden, Manning-2 extra
nice Milk Cows, young. calves-just
ready to begin milking.
V R igaby.