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M Be Many Days -Before Revenue
BUI Is Reported.,
STOCK LAW LEGISLATION
All Time Extension Measures Sent to
Committee on Agriculture.
('I el ia, Feb. 21.-The stock law
leg bobbed up at the night ses
sioq ~f the Senate. The House had
pao . b hi le~tcdi'g ihl in', for
the tirv f'lo-r I -Y ayr&~
tor Ham iis 1 on , o f rdl
all the o c 0) . lpl ,, t4) J -, o
mittee on agriculture and they should
not go to the calendar without refer
ence. The bills all went to the com
Senatqr Christensen, chairman of the
fiintlce'committee, in connection with
the abpropriation bill and -the . pros
,pect of its being reported to the Sen
ate madethis statement.
"The appropriation bill was given
its third reading in the House Thurs
day, February 10, and was received
in the Senate at the morning session
and ordered printed. The following
morning the printed bill wias received
by the Senate but because of a imorn
ing hearing on the public utility bill
for which citizens from this and othe
States had gathered no consideration
of the appropriation bill could be had.
The Senate adjourned over after the
morning session untjl Monday night
of last week. Tuesday and Wednes
day the bill was taken up ani hear
ings were held at morning and after
noon sessions. Thursday morning the
Senate met at 9 o'clock for the judge
ship election, leaving only the after
noon (luring which finance commit
tee could meet. The appropriation bill
was then for the first time taken up
by the committee. Friday morning
was also ,taken up with the judge
shjip election. Tomorrow morning we
have the election again io Ave face
the. prospect of several more days of
on1ly one committee sessions."
Senator Johnstone Presides
- The Senate agreed to take up only
uncontested local matte-- tat the night
session and later on . d a ratifica
tion of acts.
Senator Johnstone presided at thc
night session of the Senate.
The House Passed a bill of Mr. Mc
Millan's requiring the delivery o
telegraph messages free of deiiver
charges Within the limits of anly in
corporated city. The committce or
the Senate side suggested that th<
bill apply -only to Charleston. ISena.
tor Young had the bill anndced t(
take care of Charleston and th'.-n Sen
ator Pearce had it include Colui
bia for free delivery of telegrami
to all parts of the city. The bil
wetni to third reading.
eSenatot':, cCatt-had' a- bill- p'assed
contained poisonous substances if
the license fee
for likhtnin 'ro#I agent* -was passed
giving the dUuntV 'la ger proportionp.
Senqtor . q : .dk, made an
effort to have inthrop College al.
lowed to' rqtain its fees now turned
into the State Treasury. The Senate,
however, postponed action, although
Senator H t wa ,insistent op the ex
emption for Winthrop.
Washington, Feb. 21.--President
Wilson is ,expected to recommend to
Congress before he leaves ojee that
authority be granted fo rthe United
States to accept German bonds to be
applied against the debt that Belgium
owes America, it was learned today
at the State Department.
While the United States is not com
mitted to any agreement. it was ex
plained that there was an understand..
ing reached at the Paris conference
that such recommendations should be
made .to the legislative bodies of Eng
land, Frdnce and the United States
It was incident to the claims of Bel
gium for priority in reparations and
was agreed' to by the representatives
of the three great powers as a prac
ticable means for an immediate light
ening of Belgium's financial burden.
HOW THE BABY SUFFERED!
Her little body was. red, inflamed
and itching with eczema, for some
kindred rash. Other treatments fail
el, but Zemerine made her healthy
and comfortable. Sold for $1.00, and
F-0 cents by Dickson Drug Store.
LEAVES PACIFIC IN
ATTPEMIPT TO CROSS
NATION IN 24 HOURS
San Diego, Cal., &Feb. 21.--Lieut.
William I). Coney, of the Ninety-first
Aero Squadron, left at 7 o'clock to
night from North Island aviation sta
tion, in an attempt to fly to the At
lantic coast within twenty-four houir.
The only scheduled stop in his 2,070
mile flight is at Dallas, Texas.
The aviator took a package of of
ficial mail from the commandant of
the naval air station to the command
er of the naval station at Pensacola.
Fla. He also carried letters frpm of.
ficers and men at North Island to ae
quaintances at Jacksonville.
Lieut. Coney carried as food four
pounds of chocolate and two hottles
of hot coffee, expercienced aviators
Palmetto State Festival
Columbia, March 28th
to April 2nd.
More and more women are acc
ing Dodge Brothers Coupes
their personal use.
Its popularity is due to its
looks, the protection it prov
and its reputation for consie
The. gasoline conisumption in unuanzaliy
The tire mileage is unusually high
J. H. McCOLLUN
Sumter, S. C.
gyz o , y for Its tfoo valge, but
a sti nt to help ke fV.fri6m feel'
ing drowsy In his night flying.
It was. expected that the aviator
woul drise to an altituol of more than
4,000 feet In the first-stage of his
flight, that over the'mountains in the
country. He had a thirtyfive mile
wind at his back to help him' make
good time at the start.
Coney told his friends that his
mother and a brother were awaiting
himi at a hotel in Jackhonville.
Seventy-two acre tract with twenty
acres cleared; about one-half mile
west of Foreston, known as the L. M.
Ridgeway tract of land. This will be,
closed out at a bargain price. Apply
ARTHUR W. INABIT.
600 King Street
p~d Charleston, S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
J. Frank Geiger, in his own right and
in behalf of all other stockholders of
the Bank of Clarendon who may
come in this action :md contribute
to the expenses of same. Plaintiff,
Bank of Clarendon and F. P. Ervin,
C. B. Geiger, J. T. Stukes and J. A.
Weinberg, as Directors of the Bank
don,) the names and addresses of
stockholders thereof, and John Doe
and Richard Roe (fictitious names
representing all Depositors and
Creditors of said Bank of Claren
(on, the names and addresses of
such Depositors and Creditors be
ing unknown to plaintiff, Defe:n
TO TIlE DEIENDANTS ABOVE
You are hereby sunninal ind re
quired to appear and answer the Comn
plainmt in this action, of which a copy
is herewith served upon you, and to
serve a copy of your Answer to said
Complaint on the subscribers (Du
Rant & Ellerbe) at their office in the
Town of Manning, S. C., within. twenty
days after the service hereof, excli
sive of Lhe day of such service; and if
you fail to answer the Complaint with
in the time aforesaid, the plaintiff
hereinl will apply to thle Clourt for the
relie demanlded in the Conplaint.
DuRant & Ellerhe,
To John I Doe aind Richard Roe
(fictitiotus iiamies representilng all De
positors and Creditors of said Bank
of Clarendon ) and all Depositors and
Creditors of said Bank of Clarendon,
the namiies and addresses of such1 De
positors and Creditors being unknown
TA K E NOTICE That the Sumnions
an(d Cominplaint and Answer of Bank
lyr. H. A. Haack
Watch for it!
Wait for it!
Show them in it!
The Biggest Sale
Under the Sun is
will be cut loose b
merchants in this 4
grade stock in all <
Yes! and we will pa;
this gigantic sale.
WHERE ? W"hyj
The Man In Charge Who
of Clarendon and of F. P. Ervin, C.
1. Geiger, J. T. Stukes and J., A.
Veinberg ats Directors of the ILank
it Clarendon and individually as
tockholders thereof, AND THII De
roes of Juodge Jolin S. Wilson <hated
"'ebruary 19th, 1921 in above stated
ILion were filed in the oflice of Clerk
f Court for Clarendon C'ounty, S. C.,
mn February 23rd, 1921 and are now
I file in said oflice. And the above
s a1 copy of said Soum mol's.
Duitant & l).ierhe,
Plaintiff's A tttorneys.
(IDated this Feb. 2:, 1921. A-3t-(.
T'lAI OF SOUJTII CAROl IN A,
I. Fr ank Ge iger, in his own' right andl
in behalfI ofI all other stoc1khldersIi'
ofi th l(ank ott((f Charcend on who nmy
comet ini this action ando contribute
to4 thei expenses54 of sa ne1, Phtaintiff',
Hank of Carendon~ amd I'. P. Eitvin,
. ( Ge'~ige, .l TI. Stokes, and1( .1. A.
We inblerg, as DIrec tors of t he Hlank
of CIa renonu antd individually as
stockholdlers thtereofl. and .ilhn D oe
and I icha rd 1Roe ( fiet it ious namnes~
representting all D~epositors andi
( red it ors of said Hiantk of ChIareni
don1,) and all D~epositors and ('redit
(irs of said llanik of Clar enidoni, the
namtes and addresses of such D~e
known to1 plaint iff, D)efendants.
TO( Al.l ICPIOSITlOltS A NI CitRDE
TPOttS OF' SAIl) HiANK O)F CL.AlIt-i
Million Packets Of
Flower Seeds Free
Wo believe In flowers around the
homes of the South Flowers brIghton
Up) the hiome suroudin(1gs and give
pleasure and1( satisfactIon to those who
Weo have fIlled mnoro than a mIllIon
packets of seeds, of beautlful yet
easily grown flowers to be given to
our customers tis srring for the
beautIfyIng of thheir homies.
Wouldn't you liko to havo fIve
packets of beautifuil flowers free?
YOU CAN 010T TillICM! IHastings'
1921 catalog is a 116-page handsomioly
illustrated seed hook with t wenty
beautiful pages showilng the fInest. va
riotIos in t heIr tiruo na~tural colors.
It Is full of helpful gard'(en, fluor andl
farmt InformatIon that Is needed In
every home, andl, too, the catalog tells
you how to get these flower seeds ab
Wito for our 1921 catalog now. It
Is the ihmest, most v'aluablo andI beau
t Iful seed hook ever puli shed, and
you wIll bo mighty glad you've got it.
There Is no oliga ion to) buy any'
thIng. Just ask for' theo catalog.
H. G. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN,
3s, Ladies' and (
iture, Farm Imp
one of the oldest z
ection of the State.
iepartments at prices
your PeailW y fare and ga.
1st watch yoUr doo' SLep am
! hiS j)a)Wu1.
I. A. HAACK
Turns The Calender Back t
TAKE' NOTICE that pursuant. to a
Decree molr e by his iIllo., .Judge
John S. Wilsn in above stated acti-m
hatet-l Februa ry - 't h, 11121 on tile o
my oflice, you are lereby notifit4ed t
ile with the undersigned Clerk ol
Court any antd all chaims you may
have as a Depositor or Creditor ol
hank i Ch larendon against the said
Bank of Chlrenldoin. h'le form of tii
ing may he in the formIr of a draf t or
tleiemand in wziting on the Bank of
(larendon sik.;ned by any Depositor or
Creditor fml the amount due. And if
the amIo u I. due t a ny IJepositor or
Cred it or he tin knrown to suceh D eposi.
tor1 or Credilt, the undirersignred has
acecess to tiIhe boorks of sa'id B~ank,
through whghl the amoaunt dune rmay he
ascertained; arid will urpon oiler otf til
ing oif arny clarimi refer to tre boorks
rand othier recordsl rf said Hanrk of
harrernrn for adjustmn oirr f thre same
unletss suchi ch itie filned~rt tit reon
Twie rachi wVeek w e civ
shpents otf lIROSTl PiI' ~)
Jersey Wa':keti !ut arid SuIr(
l'rine thn hured~ri 25ir
in rios oft I ron 82.011
VedYeow I)envr: ;ad 5,
kerri. \'ery' lost in ratket
IP rrcniQurt 'sh2gi .in o
a rusturl Haskt , :t h i . : I .' :
hiavXe succiess. 12,
\larvel, rerimori early, priperl,
Nir eo, ar- i n siIa a eil i jd Ii
irob I Seedis, irn wmon . Wi e
a nd rtlibl Srie We ins it
The 5 -10
It 1en I~o eiriX
Fl. A. HAACK
The Real Bargain
md most reliable
A complete high
to suit all.
"Olile bill both ways to
I fmalil box and the next
o 1913 Prices.
or before A pril 't 1 42 1, t he said Bank
of Carirendoni and i ts Directors ard
other oflicers will be discha rgred of ali
lu11ihiit fmr iy ie t 41f such-! claim;
npd each iandi every 1)epositor anld
('reditor will thereaflter. he blired and
- topped fr-oml assertIingv t he sameit
a, iinst, the sail 11, nk of ('lareto n i
a.of its lDire-ctors: or (aiter Creditors,
(lhe :aid I-e of .1l idg \v ilson le
ing to such effect.
Vt: liTill-:l TAKI-: N()TI 1,i: that
the ai t hn i n llluk uutf ( 'la riciiOn in auror
d a nce wi th a reso luwt in ofi i (ptiIs s t ock
hhler~s is now i5i cs tf 1anid
iton; andu wil Ihe liidated anold dis
solv'ed ami its ehat iLr surren iIeredi on
or after Apil 5th Ii I1I!, unless any
('ed itor i i or up s it i n the mean
t me show. to t hi Cut can ~ie to the
( lek ofCout ('oununr leaus for
I cna y'.m 1' m.Ut
H huo -lre quamS c I nV 0 i f
lTi. \V Vii i iakm
seed, weik cn ofe tIesedt
\V al' 11( ai m~ 'I Is hal
asormet f VodoDensan