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SUSPENDS CAR ORDER
Action Affects Plan to Remedy Coal
CHARLESTONIAN ON BENCH
United States District Judge Henry
A. M. Smith Concurs in Decision.
Asheville, N. C. July 19.-An in
junction issued by United States Dis
trict Judge Dayton recently at Phillip
pi, W. Va., restraining the Baltimore
and Ohio and all other railroads east
of the Mississippi river from distribut
uting .special coal cars in the mining
territory as an emergency step in the
face of the present coal shortage was
stayed and suspended here today by
the United States Circuit Court of
The order was written by Judge J.
C. Pritchard, of this city senior cir
cuit 'judge presiding and 'concurred in
by Circuit Judges Knapp of Washing
ton, D. C., and Charles A. Woods, of
Marion, S. C., and United States Dis-'
trict Judge Henry A. M. Smith, of
Charleston, S. C., sitting in an ad
Under the order of the District Court
Judlge Dayton, the- injunction was to
have become effective Tuesday ihorn
Unable to Reach Decision
Tonight after devoting almost twvo
days to the motion for appeals, the
circuit judlges were unable to reach
* a decision. Realizing that the order
would become effective in a fewv hours
and taking cognizance of its far
reaching r'esult, they dlecided to stay
and suspended the injunction until the
app1eal is finally dleterminedl.
Importance of the case wvas accen
tuated today by the presence of As
sistant Attorney General Esterline'
and P. J. Farrell, chief counsel for
the Interstate Commerce Commission,
and bred d
this be yot
to raise m
V Bleach, Sheeting
.a Island Homespun
appealing aS amici curia (friends of
the court.) The title of the case was
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad ap
pellant vs, the Lambert Run Coal
Company. George M. Moffhcimer, of
Clarksburg W. 'Va., and Herbert R.
Poston, of Baltimore, for the appeall
ant, and by John A. Howard, of
Wheeling, W. Va., and Rush C. Butler
and Frank E. Harkness, of Chicago,
for the appellant.
T.e railroads are said to have sent
the special cars to'the mining dis
tricts undor the order issued by the
Interstate Commerce Commission.
This order was the chief point of dis
cussion, the commission holding it was
empowered to issue such an order un
der se9tion 15 of the interstate com
JUDGE DIRECTS VERDICT
York, July 19.-Judge Ernest
Moore, presiding in the Court of
Common Pleas here, directed a verdict
for the plaintiff in the case of Henry
Massey, against the Massachusetts
Bonding Company, in the sum of $7,
500 and interest, dating' May 29, 1919.
The suit was to recover the face value
of a policy that Henry Massey promi
nent Rock Hill planter, held on the
life of his son, Burton Massey who
wvas killed by a Seaboard Air Line
freighft train at Catawba Junction, S.
C. Thie compabiy, it is'alleged refused
to pay the policy on the groundls that
Massey was not the discharge of the
dluties undler which he was insured at
the time of his dleath, but wacs return
ing to Rock Hill from a pleasure trip.
ADVERTISE IN THlE TIMES
Baltimore, July 19.-Since noon to
dlay, when lighting struck two large
tanks containing thousands of barrels
of crude and light oil at the plant of
to our Farm i
I explain to y
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f the South,
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thei d States Asphalt Refininj
Colipany, Wagner's Point, south o
this city, firemen have been fightinj
desperately to save surrounding prop
erty. At 10 o'clock tonight the flame;
were shboting a,hundred feet in thi
air and blazing oil was running in th,
roadways. Two blocks of two-stor:
house, the homes of workmen, ar,
burning an(d iany more are in danget
The burning oil is al Iflowing towari
the Texas Oil Company's plant ad
joining. All hope of extinguishing th,
burning oil was abandoned this after
noon as the water supply was in
adequate and the firemen were direct
ed to exert al Itheir efforts to savini
the dwelling houses. Hundreds o
families, residents of Fairfield an
Wagner's Point. became frantic wit!
fear and moved al Itheir household be
longings to the streets. The aggrc
gate losses to the companies is esti
mated at $700,000.
The two tanks were struck by light
ning almost simultaneously. One coin
tained 55,000 barrels of crue oil. Th
second tank exploded and the force o
the shock was so great that the roo
was hurled into the street about 20
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
.County of Clarendon.
ByJ .Windham Probate Jludge.
Whereas, Isaae Young Eadon mad
suit to me to grant him Letters of A(
ministration of the Estate andl effect
of Clara Eadon.
Tfhese are, therefore, to cite~ an
admnonish all and singular the K ind
redl and Creditors of the said Clar
Eadon dleceased ,that they be and ny
pear before me, in the Court of Prc
bate, to be held at Manning on th
2nd, day of August next, after p~ubli
cation hereof, at 11 o'clock in th
forenoon, to show cause, if any the
have, why the saidl Adininistratio
should not begranted.
Giveri undler my hand this 15th da
of July, Anno Domini, 1920.
J1. M. Windham,
pd- Judge of Probate,
Ln Manning a
ou the secret
now. We be
and we want
tise more hog
umo, mLviannmg, . U.
rance Sale Speci
umps and Oxfords
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF
Harmion P. Strange, Jr., J. Spillman
Strange and S. Elizabeth James,
Martha Strange, Sudie Rowe, May
lite, Maria Mitchell, Ollie Ayer,
Blanche Jolly, Themas J. Black and
Willie Pearl Strange, Defendants.
TO THE DEFENDANTS Martha
Strange, Maria Mitchell, Ollie Ayer,
Blanche Jolly, Thomas J. Black and
- Will Pearl Strange.
- YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED
- and required to answer the complaint
in this action, of which a copy is here
. with served upon you, and to serve a
copy of your answer to the said com
I plaint on the subscriber at his office in
i Manning, S. C., within twenty days
after the service thereof, exclusive of
the lay of such service; and if you
~ fail to answer the complaint wvithin
- the time aforesaid, the plaintiffs in
this action will apply to the Court for
the relief demanded in the complaint.
AND TAKE NOTICE that the Sum
- mons and Complaint in the above stat
e ed action were filed in the office of the
f Clerk of Court of Common Pleas for
said County and State -on July 12,
Dated July 13, A. D. 1920.
28-4t-c. Plaintiffs Attorney.
NOTICE TO CREDrTORS
All persons having claims against
the Estate of Be.njamin J1. Broadway,
r deceasedl, will present them duily at
_ tested and all those owing the said
s Estate wvill make payment to the un
dersigned qualified Rxecutors of the
ti aidl Estate.
- GEORGE L. BROAD)WAY,
a ' Sumter, S. C. Rt. 2.
.. BERTHlA E. BROADW~AY,
- Pinewoodl, S. C.
C .Jly 1th, 920. Executors.
. Juy 17h, 120.29-4t-pd.
WHEREAS, Mrs. M. Catherine
Hlowie of Clarendon County, State of
South Carolina, did make and exe
cute unto Shand Builders Supply Co.
mnd let ussho
of hog raisin
lieve the hog
you to get in
s to buy more
Jap Silks, a]
Mohawk wide 1
Men's Heavy grade Bli
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her several promissorv notes secured
by chattel mortgages, wherein she
agreed in case of default of payment
for all of the property therein given
as security to be sol(i at public auc
tion after notice given.
AND WHEREAS, the said M..Cath
erine Ilowie did mi or about the 30th
clay of April, 1917, make, execute, and
deliver unto Columbia Lumber and
Manufacturing Co. a mortgage of cer
tain goods and chattels, all of which
will appeal by reference to said mort
gage, the same being duly recorded
in the oflice of the Clerk of Court for
Clarendon County, South Carolina.
WH EREAS, there has been default of
payment and the said property taken
by due process of law in a proceeding
entitled Columbia Lumber and Manu
facturing Co. Plaintiff vs. M. Cath
erine Iowie and A. P. Hlowie, indi
vidually and as the Agent and hus-I
band of the said M. Catherine Howie,
NOW, THEREFORE I, E. R. Plow
dei, Shei fl' of Clarendon County,
State aforesaid, under an(] by virtue
of authority as above set forth do
herhy advertisp fo?- sale at public
auction to the highest bidder for cash,
the following item, of propeity:
I No. I Lane Saw Mill.
1 Strothers & Wells 10x12 Engine.
I Endless 12" six ply rubber belt.
6 Rubber belts in snw mill shed.
1 48 Inches Hoe circular saw.
1 52 inches Simonds Circular saw.
1 60 Atkins circular saw.
90 Pulleys, under mill shed.
1 Tower twvo sawv edIger.
1 Emory stand1(.
I Two saw trimmer.
75 Gum rollers.
I Sawdust c'onveyor in 3 sections.
I Cut oil'sawv.
2 Lines of 27-16" shafting wvith
I Side (lank engine, 8 hI. P.
2 Boilers complete with fIlings 40
andi 50 HI. P.
250 L. feet 2 1 -3" Steam pipe.
1 Sawv anvil.
Money bnek without question
If HUNT'S Salve faiis in the
*treatment of ITCH, ECZEMA.
JRINGWORM, TE~TTEzR or
other Itching skin diseamee.
Try a 75 cent box at our risk.
hDICKSON'S I)RUG ST'ORE
w the finest 1
2;. We have a
busjness is t
on the grounc
land to raise
b, 10 yard bolts
ements in this paper
fanning, S. C.
1 Shafting 2 7-16-20' long 3 fast
1 Shafting 2 7-16-6' long 2 fast
1 Showeing Exhaust system.
I uiurlin No. 118 size 6" x 12" com
>lete, side heads 2 els, shinier heads.
I Newman Machine Co. self feed rip
I 10x12 plainling milD engine.
I Lumber truck.
1 Lot of tools oil and equipment.
I Fay & Egal resaw.
I Bufalow knife grinder.
300 feet of steel rail.
1 Dry kiln complete with trucks r nd
I Duplex steam pump.
3 Log earts in working order.
:3 Log earts not in working ord: r.
- Log eart wheels at Ilarvin shop
4 Tram car wheels.
I Indiana 2 ton truck, Waren Bros.
I G3round skidder including Cable.
I Two horse wagons.
3 Saddles, 6 single sets of gears and
:3 Buckets axle grease.
12 Bales of hay and 22 Bag.s of
miolasses feed, 12 sacks of oats.
7 head of miules.
7 Bundles of belting miscellaneous
3 Bundles of belting m iscellaneous
I Rotary pulmp.
I I.og scale andl 2 Boarid rules.
I I Mt of halts and other equ ipmeniut.
2 C'ross cut saw.
1 Bhl. contain ig mo~tor oil.
1 Cross cut saw,
I Chal metrs toutring car Steward
Harv'in shop Manning.
'10,000 feeL of .standing Timbier.
A NID Al .SO, all other mlachiniery,
a pph ancees, to ls, live stock, impl0
mtentts, necesso-ics ando lptersonal pro
per'ty, oif everyv nafture or k intd ini Clart
eindon Counity, 8. C., acqjuiredl by the
said M . Cathberinte HIow.ie as a part of
hier saw miiill eqli ument, or1 utsedi ini
'oininectiont therew ithi.
he sa id propeity will be sohld onu
the 20th (lay of .July, 1920 at Hlowie's
Mill, Pilowdeni Mill Township, ini the
Fo(rk of Black River neatr the resi
dence0 of J1. Md. Lee at 12 o'clock
E. R. Plowdent,
Sheriuff of (Ch11rendon 011 Cuty.
Matining, S . C, July 14, 19~2u..-It.
[ogs in the i
few Boars 5i
lhe coming a
I floor. Let