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Manning Warehouse, T
Sends Special lesage1 e to Tennessee
PL.ATFI'ol3 AND PARTY . , A W
Parley Christensen Slamis Repulicieahns
for Action Regarding Question.
Nashville, Aug. '.-Prompt ratifica
lion of the federal woman suffrage
amendment in order' that the women
of the country might "share in shap
ing the destiny of the Republic," was
Urged by Governor Roberts todT inl
his message to the Tennesse( Legis_
Jature which met in extraorijr1vry ses
Sion to act utpoan tII m1asu re.
Citing decla rations of the Republi- .
cn and Democratic national and State
platform in favor of wonIaj suffrage
and declaring that platforms adopted
are "accepted as partly law and are
so regarded as sacred pledges by
menbers of those partics elected up
On such platfornis" the Governor' said
that "no party man is without party 1
law to support his action in voting
favorablv uuo h amendment'' "
T1he Senate and House both ad
journedi until tolorrow after an hours t
session and without the Itroduction a
of the ratification resolutions. Lead- lo
ers said these Probably would be of- %V(
fered toi orrow and would be referred i.1
to the judiciary committees VII ich , ifr
inclined to (1 so, would conduct hearl.
A votc in either hoNse was not re- uil
girded as probable before the end of ta,
.he week at the earlisf.a
Republicains. Hold Cacis. in
Repubian mbirlisi -; of the Senate a
antd flouse heid a cauOcls at 'which OeV
the leaders were said to hav.e .0olI am.
the (aucu-s I ta t~Coi r xpditt )
deman ded that the ReMth assp
port ratifticatio ~ an s
Parh-y P'. C hristt*en ,lteis titI
rlnite of tit farm~ter-Iabhor party, in tic i
f~ ornlot stat etmenjt tonight tdclarted frat
that failjure of thte Repuliicans1 to en - Iwtd
kmenyalva by the Rel~(ican parttv's vt<
ndtt Senator-II liard~ in t ty 0 11( h
ter alssociatedI Repultican1 ielers (eld
001s ph.-:tl go t y to th bi-ietrtayat. 'ot
Amontgt ite tr te:tl ii;&i
IfB history repeats itself
* have a goodl profit in it at
g were ve'ry large and every
U 0ne knows what the mnarla(
* and1( are( buhying (1uite liber!
* mutch higher than last year
nit rate is by f ar the cheap<
* er' lactories ar~e naming
* on for Fati5lll sip ent in es
U cate's to some extent, the c<
Ug very import11anit part.. If y
\M and place your order with
U sale. It is binding when tU
rig Builders Supply Company
f Builders Supplies. We ca
mber, Sash, Doc
NEED OF ANYTHING IN I
qcar A. C. L. Depot and Gulf
Man and Wife, All Ru,
Were Greatly I
(. I Y WiPE anmd I, aft-ir a hard
J 3PIrilIg on tho farm, were
tired and ru11-(own,"' says
Mr. E. . lMulkey, of Route 1, Acworth,
ca. "we neither felt well. I knew my
blood was bad, as I had little boils on
the back of my neck.
"We felt we needed a builder. We
had heard of Ziron and thought it
uinst be what we needed. it certainly
was. we took it faithfully, and after
n week or such a matter we began to
feel bettcr. My wife felt like cooking,
[ampshire," ilr. Christensen charged.
"These gentlemenl had a lot to say
I the Blackstone hotel conference
,at picked Senator Hardling as the
epuhlican noniinee at Chicago. Rati
ation by the Tennessee Legislature
01"dl mean that the women of New
ampshire and Connecticut vould
ite November and Brandegee an(
0ses have excellent reason to fear
at they would suffer thereby, in
much as both of tdlem a ilt
r reelection, have constantly oppose'(I
>nman suffrage, Senator Harding will t
t be the means of (lefeating these n
ends of his if he can avoid it. A
Harding Could Assist. a
Senator Harding could save the sit- 1
ion for suffrage by coming here. 2
:ng his coat oif and pushing the Iir
(ldment through his party caucus S
accordlanev with his party pledge h(
I hi sown personal utterances. The 0
n)ocrats could not afford to kill the 1
('dm nt if la rd ing showed the Re-Ig
Ianas to be solid for it, Governor
would b( e forced to remove the
limiis and counlte~r claims flewr .1
k anud fast tonight with the su
nis s declarcing the ame'ndlment
d( be rat ifiedh and the antis claim..
it wo.uI be derfeateu, Seventeen
'si inhe s('na te a re niecessa J. fo-*
Iie t ion. In tihe HouiJse, howeer,
Jienmi ersh~i piof Jlinety'i me ;ii_
es I wVenty-n jine hlepubl i''n. I'ifty
5 will be necess;ary for rat ifica- thn
by Ih li ous.e. 1)h
M )V ER'iT~s IN Tngl TIMg E s l
the far'mer* who buys niitrat
he time of delivery. Our ads
farmer whod boulght from ue'
4 is going to do, but we hal
lily artoundl present figures.
', bult b~ased upon01 the cost of
~st material on the nmrket.
prices Onl mixed goodls, at
cess of what they were iln th<
ur ise of' raw malhterialIs, of wi'
ou1 think as well of the mark4
us5. No guaranty als to pric
le Contract is signied.
1. & Coi
SUMTER, S. C.
begs to announce to the public th
rry in stock at all times a full li4
, Dressed Sheetinj
>rs, Blinds, Laths, E
BUIIDING SUPPLIES SEE US
i-Down from Farm Work,
Yelped by Ziron.
and I suro felt like eating.
"Ziroln sure (id h us goo(l. Tt miade
us both fei stronger an( better for
tho fall work, which everyone knows
is 'Somo -ork' on a farm. My bdils
hegan to dry up, though just at first
they -seemed worse.
"We are much better and cai, highly 4
recommend Ziron, and gladly do so for
it sure did us good."
Ziron is a safe, reliable, tonic medl.
cine, good for men, women and child.
ren, when an iron tonic Is indicated.
It is easy to take and contains no
Ask your druggist or dealer.
TOWS RAVEN INTO PORT
Miami, Fla., Aug. 9.-The Raven
ornimerly the U. S. S. P-4 which owing
1o engine troubel, drifted in the Gulf
;tream from a point near the Bahama
slands to Jupiter Light, vas towed
ito this port yesterday aft.ernoon by
ne of the destroyers attached to the
lotilla lying off Miami.
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NOTICE OF SPECIAL. ELECTION
WHEREAS, there is a vacaney in ___
ie Town Council of the Town of Man- 1
ing, caused by the resignation of
iderman S. J. Smith:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
Special election will be held in the
own of Manning onl Tuesday, August
ith, 1920 for the purpose of electing
i Alderman for the Town of Mann
g, for the unexpired term of S. .1.
mith, resigned. Said election to be
Id at the Town Hail; the polls will
>en at 8 o'clock A. M. and remain
en until .1 o'clock l. M.
That Joseph S. Dickson, S. E. In
am and ,J. WV. Rigby have been (Ie
enaitedl as ma nagers of sa id election.
oy irdr of the Tiown (Council.
WV. C. D~avis,
lerk\ andi Treasurr.
an nmg, S. C. August 2, 0 20.
Political Cards N
'". lanite for Conges from
dige myself to abide t he result of
P'rimna ry and wonuil appreciate the
>l"ort of the voters.
WV. TU'IRNiR L.OGAN.
e ol sodIa nowy wil
anice sales last year
made oney. No * gA
et confifdence inl it, ate m
The price is very U I"" or
othier ammltfoniales. U
~LreadIy the fertilli%- CAN
7.00 to $8.00 per C hr
spring. Thi ind~ j.(1- (lidate f<
ich nlitrate forms a U"te "e
it as we do, colme in M
L' aiccompanie's our U CAN
Ui At the
*tio the r1
* th e le
EEEUE EE~imd~~ cratic pail
at they are new open in Manning C
, Flooring, Ceiling,
eaver Board and C3
FOR PRICES, ETC.
in the b
See us for Up-to-d
UJPT. OF ED)UCATION CA NDIDATEI
by, oifer for re-eleetion to the yre etI
County Superintendient oftoit teofe
>n, subieet to the rules of the iIjtt)lw
N. J1. IIROWN. )'llr. '~ .
IDATE F'Olf SI! EhIFF etfrteps
by annfOunce mnysel f a enntlid-ari-gy
he Ofhece of Sheriq of Claren-.
rnty subject. to the rules of the
tie prinmary.CA In A'I
- ---- - h ereq uy s I -l
J)IAIE FO IE I'' ~ itio for the ofe
If..1 (;~x~r~Fryourse a tov
nentat for the pat
trule to (flier the itto' tiat te fr te ofi
f Clrendn Coin t sub e tionrY aond y P~e~
hle o th e i ti (pan- result of he . ya
I. JI. GODWN.* F r . So
3ID)ATIE FOR t SIFI"y I heb annou
Snnunemylateay o f ther aII
f Shlei tof renn herconde for thes ofi
toterlsofteJeo Clarenolon countyujc ayae irg
e ft he De or ticpr. result of theam
L. S. BARWICK. h e ult ofte.
itton Warehouse, near A. C. L. depot,
iding, Mouldings, Finish
A. J. RIGBY, Manager.
lot of good
ame in this
ate Farm Machinery.
FOR SUPER~VISOR FOR 1 I K U~
will stand for re-elec 1 herebyv aunel cn
of County Supervisor diate for re-i'et~ t o th alc oan
les of the Democratic Clerk of Court of (non hoty. o
rant you to inform Sub~ject totl l f the rulesc -ti
vhat has been d1one, in Pr~iary. .teDmcai
if the County govern- ..B ANFY
three years, and vote - - -N y
-- -- -- --- I hereby an1('iyc m in ef (an
FORSIIRIF diatefor~ re-election to the a can
I"OU HER f )Re~presenftativ ou.
nee1C myself a can.-----W--.-OO
ce of Sheriff of Clar- --
romsing to uabide the F or 110"1544 of Represenitaitives
amocratjc primary. Ihrb
.R. PLOWD)EN-' a * I ee mnyselfI a (and~lid
~ - - -- -- Re present at i in to he il ouh ing
RepresenItatives primlary. n te apoci
nec myself as a can- -. S- O'
ouse of Representa-. 'or hious0 of Represenitatie
Ion ('ounty, subihject
the Demnocrati. pri I am a cand Iiate for the I oseo
nmysel f to abhide th Re presenEltaitiv es from Cla rei n ue of
ty subhjct to the rules (if the eo
D~esClfD\. rpS, cratic pirima ry.Dm
-- --- I). A I,EN.
I'TVI or hiouse of Represenitatives
inec myself a enn- Subject to th ue fteIcl
cc of Supervisor of eratie leimarl, s of mye Deman
M~id pledge to abide didlate fo th e Ios offelrself a an
tiADDNves from Clarendlon count
MCFI)-N HARRY C. CURrnom