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Brick, Iron, C
Manning, S. C.
MACHINE GUNS TAKE
SITHATION IN HAND
Troops Ordered to Protect Prisoners
in North Carolina
S1100T STRAIGHT, IS ORDER
Governor Ilickett Declares Accused
Men Must Be Saved at All Costs
Asheville, N. C., July 18.-"Capt.
Fowler, protect those prisoners at all
hazards and notify the people I have
ordered you and your machine gun
ners to shoot straight if an attempt
o nthe life of tile prisoners is made,"
ais the order given by Governor Bick
ett tonight over long distance tele
phone, from Asheville to Capt. Marion
B. Fowler, captain of the Dlurham ma.
chine gun coIpnlany, which is protect
ing the jail at Graham in which three
negroes, charged with an assault on a
white woman, were lodged today.
Later Governor Cickett got into comt
munication with Capt. Fowle'.' and
learned that the machine gunners had
the situation well in hand and at
10 o'clock tonight quiet prevailed.
30 x 3%/ Goody
fain Office Columbid, S.
S. E. PENTZ, Prop.
wment and Fram(
Three machine guns had been placed
around the Alaiance jail while troops
ariled with high power rifles patrolled
the immediate vicinity of the county
bas .e, allowing no large gatherings.
Governor Bickett authorized the
captain to make public a statement
notifying the people of Alanianae that
o mob violence would be tolerated and
that the lives ol' the prisoners must
be saved at all' hazards, and ordered
jie machine gunners to "shoot straight
if the need arose." The Chief Execu
tive also informed Capt. Iowler that
other companies of the State National
Guard woUld( be ealled out if he should
need them to protect the lives of the
prisoners and ins tIucted t1he ca ptain in
charge of tl situation to notify the
aidjutanlt general, who is also here, it'
additional forces are necessary.
County attorney for Alamance. F. S.
Parker, prevailed upon the crowd to
let the law take its coures aid as
sisted in keeping mob violence down
until the arival of the machine gun
ners. Capt. Fowler was instructed by
the adjutant general to remove the
prisoners under guard to some other
Loulty, or to the State penitentiary if
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year s res
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ather Tread..... -- youi are
year Single- Cure $ 0 casmngs
id Tread........ $21 30 x 31,
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P. B. McCAHILL,
e c(1l( (o so without inciting the
mob to violece.
At a late hour tonight Governor
Bickett had heard nioth inog further
from G;rahai anid 1)resumel things
had quieted down.
THE SOUTH L 1.\0)
Time was whel expertS wolid tell
you that ilne cottol yarnis CoUl nlot he
maunufactu red in the Sou ti, l)ecause in
the first place labor of the right type
Could not he had, and in the secondI
place, because of un favorable climatic!
Disease Caused by Germs in the
Medical scientists differ as to
the causes of every foro of rieut
ma tismn, but a ree that when
causcd by a tiny disease germ,
the only elTective metiod of treat
mlen(, is to attack the disease at
its source, and cleanses the blood
of its auie,
ires, of the 30 x 3-, 3C
nch sizes, resulta d
~traordinary skill am
their mnanufactu re.
their quality avai
>dyear operates the w
factory devoted to
1 a Ford, Chevrolet,
r other car taking <
you can equip it
F'ires at our nearest S<
r the exceptional va
made possible by 4
ted expertness in tire
ar HayTourist Tubes cost n~o mnore tha
asked to pay for tubes of less merit-why
wesuhsure protection is available
Ssize in waterproof bag..................
-onditions. In those days the bulk of
$he South's cotton crop', was shipped
9*rth, spun into yarns and manufac
buied into goods, and shipped back
South and sold at the retail stores.
'he South, which was producing all
if the raw material ,instead of prof
iting by the fact, was paying a double
rreight bill, and putting the profits in
another section. It was paying the
in gthe frciyht of the goods back
South, and allowing the profits of
manufacture to remain in the North.
Then some bolder spirits began to
try that which the chemists said could
not be done. They began to manufac
ture fine yarns with Southern labor
and in Southern climate. The results
have been successful from the very
start, and today there are more spin
lles making coarse and fine yarns in
the South than there are in the North.
Everything is made'from the coars
?st yarns to the fintest counts, and in
very recent years a number of manu
r:cturers are fin ish ing the goods South
rather than shipping them North to
)e finished. In fact, there are sev
nral highly successful mliaer(er'iz ing and
.inishing plants in this State, aml
here wvill be many more. There is
ilso a t(.1(lenecy among Southern man u
aeture's to sel Ithe ir' ow n ot utut di
'ct rather than to ha ndle tih roughlx
Northeren ageincies, and tnumubers of
.rtoulps of mills in the Fbonth are to
lay selling theoir own goods. All of
his wonderful chanlte mxealns immense
mving to the South, atI it means also
hat millions of dllars which 'for
nerly went North are being kept in
he South, to aid in Sontheri level
lmitent. All of these thoughts are
iny Pain Demons
This is. why S. S. S., the greatest
known blood ptrilier is so 'success
fil in the treatment of Rheuima
tisilt. 1 is a powerfutil cleaniter
of the blood, and will remove the
disease germs tha. cause your
hiemiatisit, affording relicf that
S. S. S. is sold by all dggIists.
Free literature and medical advice
canI lhe hal by writing to (Ch ief1
MAedical-'Adviser, Swift Laboratory,
in~~m.. , - - n.2m.fu.
i the price
Let a supply of "(
your mritor's cil
Oh! theln you'll 4
life and operation
Supplied by the full
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Plowdln Iardware Co., Mai
Greelyville Motor Co., Greel
W. C. Plowden, New Zion, S
brought about by the g'ovein ment ten
sus report, isled t'hiis week, -which
shows the Iarked lead the South hasu
todaiy in] the consumption of cotton
af-, in thl increases of its spil ing!i- inl
1 -stry. Durintg Ile nolith of .11untc the
S4outh consinneld .56. 1 pwr cenlt. ()I thec
c-Oton (1f un o1try andle of'the 'pinl
dli t incre:-e inl thl- Ilited States
f5 :: G.pract ically * all0 , or 5:9.7.18
wel in Southitrn mill. Thi tablie
have Unleed tur-Ilt.1 an1d the Smith no
longer. gronws ttnt hphwhr
f~or ommnufacture. but v:1eh year. the
tendnilcy to m net t ri :el! o raw im
terials at, hainte 1a;iinls. A haiilotte Ob
SAYS Ml.\\ A EE E1-: Is !EADY
.\il wautkee, Wis.. .1uly 18. Palssage
of' the measure to open the G reat lakes
waterways to ocatn tnavi-ation will
fhnd Alihvwaukee prepared to) become~t .1n
OCean port, accordintv to Phil A. Graul.
iusiniess mlianaigter of the Milwau.1kte
Associtatioll of Ciiommerce.
"No chan ine i thw improveenit'it pro
gram for the Alilwaukee harbor will
be necessary to 1epare for ocean tol
inage" Mr. Grau said. "For nine years
or since th(e-organ izatiol of the M il
wikee hiarbolr 'oimIllissiol, the lrt
bo rill proveientll L schedlule has beetn
such as tmeets al reqirements for
every va y of ocean toitnage. M il
waitkee .c imIerce and industry long
has seen that the opening of the Great
Lakes waterways to oetani navigation
is one of the inevitable matters of the
future, however distant.
"Milwaukee alremily is favored with
0one oif the hw:-.1 har1bors inl existence,
de'signed ot lines that meet all re
ilui 'ireents fot' ocean tonnilage. Sh ip
per'is satve'i muc'h imne th rough th ter ci
mii inl servic,'e an muc o ih triansferti ex
lie'nse. The di('erenitia It on oa a lone
inl the \l ilwauket'hIarbior is abiout fivet.
"'Milwautke, like many~ tither lake
ports5, alr-eadly has mainie itterest
rears btth f'acilitii's aol tonnag
''11' for'eign' shipmenrts t'iiom thie
Great Lakes r'egini coubIlibe started't
by water instead of bing ~jammedi'i
It'tough railrotad Ira ii' to renach sea
the r:lroadis amti te railrotadls still
lie keplt emphloyedI tto the it' capaity
in hamillinig domiest it' commerce t w'i Vihih
oherw~vise w~ouhlt have bet-n biehi Iup."'
MUC [ P'llLAT1INU(M IN hIUSSIA
('hiciago , Jutl y 18.- The Sov iet
tioverinmenit of' fuss in, accoirdlintg to
the cables, plan to tpally fori imptts,
wheni trade relations are resumed with
Western tntions, with pillaItinm fromt
Before the w~ar' Russia prioduicedl 901
per cent of the worbil's supiply of plat
iutm. The minetis were iiear Ekata'in
burg, wher'e the C'za r andt his faimil y
were putt to death. Wheni revolution.'
STlAT1E OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendotn
By .L. M. Widham, Probate .Jutdge:
Whereas, T. B. Mimns matde suit to
tme to grant him Letters of Adminis
tration of the Estate nind effects of
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
mionish all and singular the Kindred
and Creditors of the said Lee Gleddings
deceased, that they be and appear be
fore me, in the Court of Probate, to
be held at Manning on the 26th (lay
of July next, after publication hereof,
at 11 o'clock in the forenooni, to show
cause, if any they have, iwhy the stid
Administration should not be granted.
Given uinder my hand this 12th day
of July, Armoe Dominl, 1920.
J. M. Windlham,
Ju .de of Proate.
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I i the ar. Tht i le 'ih.
kt 11 t 111 k'u I I i tu 1c I I I
Imn I o t1rII h w a f us. in fashII-w I n-I
wi ' h f I I Iy IN c mI fI
b1- 1 o n I I t
were t1rown away SImtce it bwano
valuable th1' oidl min:11 dumpis- havte
bheil worhed to recover
hrar .onvc dmedard
It is' nowM ! Ve time1 moe alu bh
valu m lrN . the Bolshevik to' ern
n'ent, every nation inl the worl wouhi
'Itept plat inum in paynwnt for goods
d to ussia. It is Said there
is, enoue-h" phdtionnl inl the. Ural mlines
to pay Russia's; e. ormllous national
JNO. G. DINKINS
MANNING, S. C.
DuRANT & P LLERBE
Attorneys at Law.
MANNING, S. C.
PURDY &l ORAN
MIANNING. S. C.
AIANiiNG, S. C.
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