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N I am very proud of the large vote given me
the reward of the clean campaign I conducted.
other office, if to obtain it I have to employ ot
Though born and raised in the populous Pie
sectional feeling and any insinuation to the cont
adroitly drew that line by insinuating that I was
low country county went for him while the Pie
Though a member of as many fraternal ord
any literature I distributed, nor referred to them
paign, nor diq I wear any insignia of any of thei
membership. I respect too highly my member
to seek to use them as stepping stones to office.
I did mention my service as a soldier in the S
that double volunter military service at the call
it was a guarantee of my patriotism, and because
things being equal ,the yoters ought in casting t
man who had risked his life in the uniform of hi
Are other things equal as between myself a
mary? I have had legislative experience, and h<
which God forbid ,the service of the lieutenant gc
of 21 candidates to the legislature from Greenvi
for that office in Greenville County. Being a ft
mners and could serve them in the legislature with
house legislation that the farmers composing the
make the race for lieutenant governor in 1918, wL
Summer made it impossible.
My opponent in most general terms says that
made specific declarations, satisfactory to labor al
meeting in Columbia and at a number of other m
poration lawyer and have always been supported 1
know that I am their friend because I have prover
I have not been a factionalist and have not at
campaign. We can never have the needed harmi
be permitted to determine the votes of today. M
so far as I am able to b'sein, is the only candida
viving the bitter factional antagonisms of the rec
I want the vote of every white Democrat in
Maj. John G
Richards, of IIe;
well known in I
Publmifmhcd Every Wednesday here last Satui
married a Manr
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, McDowell.
What, has becoe of the town's road the past year 1
scrapert f family of her h
has retu irned h(
Mr. Frank Rodgers of Fair Bluff, burg, Miss Ridy
N. C., is visitig relatives in Manning. ourse in stenogr
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ise- 'lihe base bal'
man last Saturday a haby boy. Manning last
- - - gooid games w<
Rev. L. B. MleCord ret urnenl homei won eight, tied (I
last week from his vacat ion. Springs, one0 of
in the state pi
Mrs. Fill i ngim of f A theins, Ga., spent ' games here. TI
last week with her brot her, Mr. I. D~ to 4. Second
Peak. ISprings 2, elev<
Died last Suniay the inftant of to r . Arrgn
and Mrs. Il. I). Ijubrow. 'The burial a hnsm
was at .Jordan. Mnigwl
Mr. Philip M\ore (of Rock Ilill an ex- ti opti
Pert printer is now a membe(r of Thetemadpa
Times stafaou twao wont
The resiilr'nc oftMr.... A.rangeni
ileit' WisonMolloing wis
nit-hiAnd it isite p
l~~~~~r.~~ta and ph...i.I akn n ~on5~2 'ry
ihibirein of llatsville are visiting re-3,7. Sei,
latives in M~anning. ;;,odi2,1
Mrs. JT. A'. Weinburg andI chibIrenj95. Seiut
retu rnod homer last week a fter spend-Hrwe 5
ing t h( suimmer' away. ii iltd
A t a meting of ('ouuncil Mlonday i~ aea.An
nightM Mr.N. D . 'Thames was appoint'- I;'E be i
ed a memb er of the p)ilee force forloetn;lrai
Marid last Wednesday at the home 11(
of the bride, Miss May .Johnson anid iiijtOahe
Mi. JIoe G;raiham. 'The bridi is the
elest daough tr oc(f the biate W. W. 1 V1..I
Johnson01, and( t he p raom is a prosperous CI A'ACI '
farmerof *Ionlan.ClarendonH ount,
cvis wen hi a ~nr oleii ' 'o leiltatutr
jiery btui ~ t l~d- r f o 2d4i, Des hamp ~
in the primary on August 31st., because that vote was
I do not want the office of lieutenant governor, nor any
ter than the fairest and cleanest methods.
Imont section of South Carolina I never appealed. to any
-ary is absolutely false. My opponent continually and
doing so. The proof that it was drawn is that every N
imont counties, as usual divided.
rs as my opponent, I nevet' listed those memberships in
in any 'speech or private conversation during the cam
i. I would scorn to ride into office on fraternal order N
;hip in the orders which have admitted me to tieir ranks N
panish-American and World wars, not because I thought N
of my country qualified me for civic office, but because N
one of my opponents often said on the stump, that other
ieir ballots for any office to give their preference to the
d the opponent with whom I run over the second pri
has not, and unless the governor should die in office,
vernor is wholly legislative. I was elected fron a field
lie County, by the largest vote ever given a candidate
Lrmer-as well as a lawyer, I knew the needs of the far
my knowledge of the law. I was so helpful in ware
warehouse association of South Carolina invited me to
ich I would have done had not my service in Europe that
he is in favor of labor. I was the only candidate whb
id fair to capital. I did this at the first campaign
etings during the campaign. I have never been a cor
y the votes of the working men of my country.. They
my friendship to them.
Ppealed to any factional feeling or predjudice in this
my in South Carolina if the divisions of the past are to
v opponent preached harmony on every stump, and yet,
le in the State campaign who has sought to profit by re
South Carolina, regardless of his past line-up.
Richards and Rev. chairman of the great agricultural
ith Springs, and both committee of the next congress if re
lanning, were visitors elected. Can South Carolina af2ord
(ay. Rev. Richards to miss this chance to head this im.
ing lady, Miss Janie portant committee? The answer is
VOTE FOR SMITH.-Adv.
Ridgeway, who for (ARD u -iANKS
ms been visiting the CADOe____
rother, Mr. R. Dun- To the progressive people of Clar
Sef Petersburg, mendo County, I wish to express iy ap
e, while in Peter.- preciation of your support in the re
.Wy ent primary election. I promise to
aplhy andl typewriting.,i continue to do all I can for good
schools, good roadls andl the up-huildingj
season closed forijof the state, and Clarendlon county in
[aturday. After ten particular, yours for service.
r'e play'ed the locals W. .P pot
we and lost one. Heath.T.PApot
the ,arongest teams! Editor of 'The 'Tim
yedl the last thbree iMa nning, S. C.
ec scor~e, first game 4 iYou wll please allow me space in
nMinnings :Thelat yor valuanle paper' to expfress my
a ining. Te lst reatest thanks anrd appreciation to
by hieath Springs, 4 the voters of Newv Zion and( Oakd ale
ents are beiwg madk~e for electing me to Magistrate office
r~ building a park, so at New Zion.
r3 opens next year ..Flemg
ive a p~ace to play. f
irpose of the promlo. 11 E WIL H~.lE CIIA IRlA N 01' TlIIE
fast semi-professiongal GIt EAT AiCI. TU HAL. C(:0Mr
nd1(eiandent ballI for I Al'ITEE. Senator Sm ithI will be the
is. chairnman of thle great agricultural
Committee of t he next congress if re
lhe othemil vot e for elected. Can Soumt h Carolina aff'ordl
offices: toi niiss thiis chian1Ce to headl thIis imi
e--AlIlen I ,(fi9, (Curtis port ant CommHiitt ee? Thlre answer is
4 (2, Sprot t I ,00, IVO'lE VOR SM IIL.-.Ady.
k of Cou rt Canfltey - ----0 -o --.
airwick( 198. Gamhle SI! E W AS A LMAOST PR ET'y.
'lowden 4(1(6, T1immonrs
K cilIy (109, .\lecFadd in l'x(tfoaiinbme rdsptc
ndent of Education, o e hewihrvme o
'(oronrer, Tobias5 1,.582.ecea ttur( hr. emie
mnag istra te at .Man- rohtrei. Ifyusfrlk
Young elected~ mag- wstyabttI ihu ik-oi.
r; Harrow at Turibe- bc fi he 1 om.Sl j ~(k
at Gables; Wise at snIrgSoe
g at New Zion; Brad--------- - -
andA. 1.ltihxcep NTICEr an" inled,'rdpotc
on herl cheehic he riousalubho
'II~x M NO Fe 1zema torturedin her. Zemrine
111'It l. (0 M~i roeptee f 1,1. i you (ufetri tike
ir Sn it willb wit e (,ii(tr( a bott wtouathrsk-mlns
sonim DrulaStn ore r gth is
- himmao-y Th -o i -'mnaeso
rmihwlbe tor lb eayfrio ieyt h
tickets are ie(t'cit t'til.
ir boy's' or ogirls'S.lie lra,
(ii' evef Crererdo- Co ty nhTuisary,
'.~nirS ',Septembr 1 , 1920. i lcint
and reguationsy ov1erilng h is
Primry.hi soe manaersaof
Electionaa til a )creinThe oxeibalot
o.f (otherli papes reain to csaiddate
Siontmhr211 90 will betread forieieyt th
Ianagtr ust as Asioton asfr( the StateI
luum~n?: IManiny, at Manin, Se. C,, on920.dmy
being Monday' October 4, 1920 at the the latter being
usual hours for Public sales the follow- Clara Robbinsor
mng property:- and on the W<
All that lot or parcel of land in portions of Lots
Clarendon County, Stiate of South perty hereby cor
Carolina, Fulton Township, containing ern portion of Li
twenty-five acres more er less; bound- plat; and more
ed North by Lot No. 12 on general plat "C" on another
of my lands made by John Hayns- lands made by j
worth, 'Surveyor; East by Lot No. 10 dated August 1
and by Lot No. 8; South by Lot No. 6, "Herod Robinsor
To My Friends:
I wish to express i
liberal patronage you I
SI If I can serve you at a
service. To the peop]
thank you for the man:
the tobacco men this
SOver 30 yea
10AP aE The latter I
- &has never (befc
zAI-FIMN friends have ret
W, !! sits claims and i
What it is Re<
That form i
Dyntry, Donhot . fore it is fully
S Cholera Met us
.5 p ig P .s . C o l ic , H e a r t - b u i
N e d but distressing
e Ethe intestines ac
rjw Dysentery or F]
M ANCT EREN Why it is Rc<
U ROCK IU, . C- the contents of
surfaces, and st
Get a bottle from you druggist today. If he
For Mild Disorders of t
"Ask Those Whi
On Saturday, Augusl
Can you afford to run your automi
Let uts insure it for you.
D)ON'T D)ELAY-SEE UJS TOD)AY
WE INSURE ANYTI]
S. W. BARRON
once bargained to of the said Lot-from the said plat-by
k; and by Lot Nor5; McLellan and Palmer is endorsed .on
at by the remaining the deed this day executed by the vgja
Nos. 7 and 9 the pro- 0. J. C. Rose to the said King Hoop
iveyed being the East- Robbinson, to secure the purcha
ts 7 and 9 on the said price of which this mortgage is ex
fully shown as Lot ecuted.
general plat of my Terms of sale, Cash. Purchaser to
McLellan and Palmer, pay for papers.
*th, 1918, marked E. R. Plowden,
k" thereon. A tracing Sheriff of Clarendon County.
a0m m i~ m mainigumm m ng m ggm M 1
ny appreciation for the
kave given me this season.
my time I am at your
e of Manning, I want to
y acts of kindness shown
season. They appreciate
R. D. CLARK.
rs old and
for first time
ive and Growing
act all on account of the first two. ANI-FF;RMENT
.re) been advertised direct to the public. In spite of
AF beencl Sold evecry yejar thar. the year preceeding. 7#0
ommended it to their friends because-of the honsty of
ts effectiveness when used as directed.
if Dyspepsia in which the food ferments, or sours, be
ligested by the stomach; giving rise in that organ to
-n, Distention or Flatulence any many other familiar
symptons. This sour, half-digested food passing into
ts as a foreign irritating body, and produces Diarrhoea,
ux. inflammatory and dangerous diseases.
rders are commonly known as indigestion.)
MENT helps Nature neutralize the acid condition of
the stomach afd bowels, soothe inflamedl and irritated
imulate the secretory glands into normal and easy ac
uani't supply you, address Kuykendal Chemical
< llill, S. C.
he Stomach and Bowels.
o Have Used It."
, 21, 1920, Two Auto
d by Fire!|
obile without Insurance?
-TOMORROW MAY BE TOO LATE
[ING AGAINST EVERYTHING;
& Insurance Co.
g.C. JOHN C. BAGNAL
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