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the mountai range which shi
Water into the Big Sandy on th
side and the Guyandotte on the
The obsequies were attended by
survivors, children almost all of
forty grandchildren, several
grandchildren and about. seven
The funeral vas charael
throughout by a series of draan
currences. Before the march
cemetery began the hands of
the dead man's sons, long est:
brothers, were clasped over the
These were "'Cap'" Ilatlield, th<
er's namesake anid fued l ieutenal
E. C. Ilatfieldl, of Charleston
reconeiliation was attendled by
Ieral dlemonstration of approv
sympathy among those at the f
Ready to Baptized
As the procession moved, t I
toration of goodl will betwe
brotheris formed the chief sub
discussion, and at the grave
the b~ody was lowered, '"Cap'' Il
addr es;sed ''Uncle D)ike'' Garr<
old1 preac'her and~ friend of thei
iad told hi mitaht he '"ma<
pea~ce with God and was ready
baptized" whenever the mninister
say the wordl.
"I will baptize you boy,'' resl
the old1 !ergyman, "in the very
wvhere I baptized your pappy."''
''Cap'' Iatfield dIramatically rait
hands above his head in the a
of sole'mnity vowing andl stateri
he was done with fighting that
heart there no longer rankled
and that. if any man sought I
blood, he would not resist.
Therle was no funeral rsern
We now oiffer the bes"t a
long andI short .laplew
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ad into the postoffice through the
ront door, the back door was also
The yeggmen were evidently pro
essiolanls. The safe door was com
iletely wrecked. A cake of soap, some
vrenches and files were left scat
ered about. Some residents of the
ieighborhood heard the explosion
,bout 2 o'clock, but thought nothing
f it, as there has been so much shoot
ng and fireworks during and since
he holidays. It seems that there
vere two explosions, and that they
vere about ten or fifteen minutes
part. H. Zalin, whose residence is
'ver his store, next door to the post
flice, states that he was awakened I
oy Mrs. Zalin early in the morning
mnd that there was an automobile
tanding in front of the postoffice
vith the engine running at the time
hey heard the explosion, but that in
minute or two following the explo
ion he looked out and there was no
ine nor nor car in sight.
Postmaster C. D. C. Adams has noti
ied the authorities and is awaiting
he arrival of an inspector. No trace
>f the yeggman was left behind.
knong the registered packages taken
'ere two for the First National Bank
rom the Federal Reserve Bank, con
aining $250 of Liberty bonds.
rhis is the second time that the
Valterboro postoflice has been robbed.
Iie first time being in January 1900,
When B. Levy was postmaster. At
hat time the robbers secured more
h in in last night's haul. Mr. Adams
lid deposited the money of the office
ust before the closing of the bank
esterday, and this accounts for the
et that there was not a much richer
mul for the robbers.
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F XPECTS CHANGES
IN PRIMARY LAW
Columbia, Jan. 9.-Legislation for
.vomen, made necessary by the rati
ication of the nineteenth amendment,
svill be one of the features of the
teventy-fourth annual session of the
south Carolina General Assembly, con
rening in Columbia at noon Tuesday.
It is expected that legislation wvill
)e adlopted making changes in the
rimary laws of the State giving wo
nen the right to pa rticipate in the
,JNO. G. DINKINS
MANNING, S. C.
DuRANT & FALLERBE
Attorneys at Law
MANNING, 5. C.
Rt. 0. Purdy. S. Oliver O'Bryan
PUR DY & O'BRY AN
Attorneys and Counselors at Law.
MANNING, S. C.
Attorney at Law
MANNING. S. C.
Loans Negotiated oiu Real Estate
MONEY TO LOAN
On Real Estate-Small and Large
Loans. Long Trerms.
J. W. WIDEMA N
MANNING. S. C.
H. C. CURTIS,
MANNiNG, S. C.
WEINBERG & STUKES
J. A. Weinberg Taylor H-. Stukes
MANNING, S. C.
primaries. Agitation is also bein
brought to the front for the erection
of' a woman's building at the Univer
sity of South Carolina, the sum of
$200,000 being asked for this purpose.
A joint. tax- committee; appointed
at the last session to give its find
ings in 1921 has made its report and
has recommended a complete change
in the tax system, including a reval
uation and reassessment of all prop
erty. This program includes a de
parture from the system by which
tax receip'ts have come entirely from
Robert A. Coover will be inaugu
Mfow; back without quetion
I* H 'S salve falls in the
other Itching shIgn Ius
t r e a t 7 e n t b o x a t o u r A .
DICKSON'S DRUG STORE
<+rs"it+73+ent .-t o+ ik.M
You Must Repla
and Tear on th
Did you ever stop to consider
what a tremendous task is placed
upon your human system every
our heart is constantly pump
ing life and vitality to every part
of your body. This is being rap
idly consumed after being turned
into energy and strength that
keeps your system performing its
Every day there is a certain
amount of wear and tear that must
be replaced, if you are to enjoy
Martin & Co.,
81 Broad Street OR
New York City, N. Y.
i and look ov
i have to sk
our line ne
come to to
a be you are
aa market ju
t what we h
at but would
i privilege a2
t of showing
you only su
a will give )
*I Prices and
I ways in lin
a us when in
k4ted for the second 'time as Go*
Ornor. of South Carolina on Tuesday,
January. 18. At the same time Wil.
son G. Harvey of 'Charleston will be
come LIeutens* Governor and prest
dent of the'SAiatop;succeeding Julius
T. Liles, of Orangeburg.
At this soesion of the General'As
sembly a number of State offices are
to be filled by election' and four cir
cuit judges will be named.
G. C. COOPER,
Glasses Fitted, Broken
SUMTER, S. C.
ce the Wear
e Human System
Many People have found S. S. S.
at great aid in keeping their syste
in good condition. Being such a
fine blood tonic and system-builder
S. S. S. strengthens and enriches
the blood supply, and gives new
vigr and -vitality to the wrhole
S. S. S. is sold by all druggsts.
Write for free literature and- full
information to Chief Medica Ad
viser, 162 Swift Laborator At.
take the risk of lower
;s when you buy cotton?
your purchases with us.
t legitimate merchant's
avoid losses and keep
-edit good at the bank.
n you buy cotton, sell
an equivalent amount,
the market goes down,
1ke on your short sales
ou lose on your spot pur
If the market goes up,
ke on your spot purchases
ou lose on your short sales
in ir*AjAL c4ae you ave
prs' pofit without risk to
an handle your hedge
s in lots of ten bales.
Edmund A. Felder,
S. C. Representative
1512 Sumter st., >olima, S. C
~er what we
low you in
wn. It may i
not in the g
st now forla
ave for sale, i
g-ive us the *
-id pleasure 5
; you thru g
e will show a
ch goods as I
e. Stop with g