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8ANT[[ BRIDGE MAY
. . COST HALf MILLION
Important Meeting Held-It Is Plan
ned to Build Steel Bridge Three.
Feet Above High Water.
Columbia, Sept. 9.-A ver'y impor
tant meeting of the corporators of the
projectedl Santee River Bridge Comn
pany ws held in Sumter yesterday.
L. D. Jennings, R. B. Belser, of Sum
ter, C. M. Davist and C. W. DuRant,
of Clarendon, and I. F. Belser, Co
lumbia, were selected to proceed wvith
4 the plans for the bridge at a mass
meeting held in Summerton on Fri
(lay, August 20.
JTNO. G. DININS
MANNING;, S. C.
DuRANT & ELLERBE
Attorneys at Law
MANNING, S. C.
IL 0. Purdy. S. Oliver O'Bryar1
PURD)Y & O'BRYAN
Attorneys and Counseloys at Law.
MANNING, S. C.
Attorney at Law
9 MANNING, S. C.
Loans Negotiated on .Real Estate
MONEY TO LOAN
On Real Estate-Small and Larg
Loans. Long Terms..
J. W. WIDEMAN
MANNING. S. C.
II. C. CUJRTIS,
MANNiNG, S. C.
WEINBERG & STUKES
J1 A Weinberg Taylor II. Stuke
pp.4 ANNTINTA Si C. I
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At this meeting of the corporators
several very important questions were
taken up for diicussion and tentative
ly decided. No definite decision has
yet been reached owing to the fact
that Orangeburg and Calhoun coun
ties are expected to elect corporators
to serve with those above named.
It is plannel to build the , steel
bridge across the Santee river and all
the -trestle work which may be nec
essary three feet above the highest
known water, and to huild a cause
way of earth through the 9,500) feet
of s;wa mp on the Clarendon side of
the river. It is estima'tedl that the
probable cost of the type of con
struction will be between $400,000 and
maks\ the capital stock ef the corpo
Many People Interested
The people everywvhere, both in the
adjoining counties and throughout the
State, are v'itally interestedl in this
project, there being at the .present
timie no liridge across the Santee river
throughout its enti-e conrse.
A very successful mass meeting was
recentl y held at Summerton to con
sidler the subject and a pproximately
$100,000 in stock was subscribed. It
is plannedl to have several similar
meetings in other interested towns. A
meeting has already been called for
in Orangeburg on Friday, 10, instant;
also a meetinog has been arrangedl to
be held in Manning on Friday, the
24lth, andl one in Sumter during the
first week in October.
A determined eflort will be made
to raise the rest of the stock neces
sary within the next sixty (lays. The
corporators are confident that, this
can he (lone without dlifliculty, there
being .'tuchi an interest in the matter
everywftere. Many public officials, in
cluding 'Governor Cooper, Senator
*Wideman, of Clarendon and the State
Highway Commission have evidenced
their interest in and app~'oval of the
proposed company. It is hoped that
it wIll be0 possile to commence 01p
erations on the building of the hridge
immediately after the meeting of the
LegIslature in January, at which time
- the charter for the company is ex
peCctedl to be grantedl.
YOUNG WOMAN D)IES
WIIEN SHioT ON CAR
Nashville, Sept. 12.---Miss Agnes
5 Watson, 16, of Allison, TPenn., a pas
senger on a Radnor Line street car,
was 'ht tuihm the het nnd in
g of the Fall Sea
part of the imp
ement is in- the
;e garments.we h;
IA TSP $
)f hildren's anc
%ction of wool SN
leasure to serve
;tantly killed early this morning by an
Police advance the theory that the
girl was shot by a sympathizer during
ie recenet strike of local car men.
Miss Watson a visitor in Nashville,
was returning home on a midnight car
with her sister and several friends,
Ison we have op(
than ever beforE
rovement. * The:
id only in view S1
[ Misses' Coats.
when the bullet, fired from a dark
Ilne, stirtuck her in the left side and
penetrated the heart. She (lied im
The tragedy occurred about - two
mi'.% from the city limits. No clue
was left behind that. might lead to
the arrest of the slayer. The sound
te for you!
they were m
ity and exper
ish and choi
* 4 are a revelati<
-. Camel blend
_ without tirir
leave no unp
- taste; no ung
To get a lit
you so comj
2O.'~net~.Pnn~nr~ the world at
fo l> uui , o r o lb e ' ffll.
ned up our Rea<
, but our new I
;e were neccess(
will find displa)
:yle, Fit and Serv
of thle shot was not, heard by passeng
rs oil the enr.
Notice of Petition for Ifomestea d ant
Personal Property Exem pt ion:
Take notice that Mrs. Carlotth M.
Capers has filed with the undersigned
a petition asking that, homestead and
fit your cigarette de
~ompletely you'll agree
kde to meet your taste!
ior, fragrance and mel
ty due to Camels quil
t blend of choice Turk
ce Domestic tobaccos
yn! You will prefer the
:o either kind of tobacco
els you can go the limit
ig your taste. They
leasant cigaretty after
leasant cigaretty odor!
te on why Carmels win
>letely compare them
with any cigarette in
any price. You'll p~re
cou pons or premiums!
014AC'CO c:'., WAinsorn-anle, N C'
personlal I)(-ri'. ex- pail b p-.
pridIf ini . t i:i II h r out oft' he
eta~~te of .Ellison f ae ,
4 J. B. ('antey,
Clerk of t'ourt fmr ('i:tenlon County
TO) THlE P'EOLE OF M1ANNING
We wvish to express ti the people of
AMnning our11 hearty 'appreciation of
the manly courtesies: shown uls durint'
the past tobacco season . We expres
Ole sent im10ents of t he ent ire meher..
ship of our assoctiat on and wish to ex
tedour be.st wihes f. rt the success
of y'our town.
'The '\ain 0 g TIoba:clo Rioard ofTrd
FOR S~\ .E -One E! :r ..':o t $ 175.
Four1I ~ : Do 1 Tuinti g ea rs $690.;
$725, .$t75. ando 8525. Two ne1w
('halmers, one 5-pnvenger. usedi six
weeks, S ! )90. . to 7- paSsenger
utsedl viL~h weeks nil9iit.\iAddre~ss
W. S. Wheteler. ITrbeville, S. C. 2t-p
t~he first paty with, 8100tt.tt0 tank.
Manning, S. C.
best. 1)ieksnt Grocerv & leed Coi.
I .OASTI bletw\eeni \Innn andh:~oi Summ
erfion Sunday~ ntight, irank for