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MANNING, S. C., WEDNEN
BOUNDARY RIGHT SETTLED
Mid-Stream Held to Be Line Where
There Are No Islands-Islands
Belong to Georgia, Says Court.
Washington, Jan. 30.-The Su
peeme Court today decided the
boundary dispute between Georgia
and South Carolina, holding that
where there are no islands in the
river the line shall be midway be
tween the two States a normal
flow stage and that where there are
islands the line shall be midway
between the islands and the South
Carolina shore. The island in the
Chattooga River were awarded to
The boundary controversy be
tween the two States has prevailed
for over a century and became
acute ,when the location of hydro
power sites were injected into it.
Georgia claimed the middle of the
three rivers, Savannah. Togaloo
and Chattooga, formed the boun
dary where there were no islands
in these streams ,and that the nid
dile of the stream between the is
lands and the South Carolina shore
marked the boundary in those parts
where there are islands. South
Carolina claimed that low water
mark on the Georgia side was the
boundary where there are no is
lands, and low water mark on the
north shore of the islands was the
boundary where there are islands,
conceding that the islands be
longed to Georgia.
The suit was brought by Georgia
under a resolution adopted by the
Georgia Legislature in 1917. The
two States, in an effort to settle
the issue by arbitration met at
Beaufort, S. C, in 1787, and adopted
a pact. Under Article IX, of the
confederation subsequently ratified
Just received fr
We have just received a
French Gingham, Tisues a
Hr ownu, Rose, GrPeen, Tan,
8C-lnchl Blue, Pink and G:
40-Inch Rose, Tan, Blue, I
BeaultifullyT figutred1, Light
inig at--- ---
White and full range of cC
A LONG LINE OF
Flaxons, BaItist, CreCp(
Cloth. You Should See' th<
nning as Second-Chas Matter.
0 per year in Advance
3DAY, FEBRUARY. 1, 1922
by the two States and by Congress,
the boundary was stated to be low
water mark on the southern bank
of the most northern stream of the
Savannah and, Togaloo .rivers,
where those rivers were broken by
islands, and the middle of the
strean of the two rivers were not
broken by islands, and the middle
thread of the stream of the south
ern shores of .the Chattooga river,
the islands of the Savannah and
Togaloo- rivers being reserved to
WOMAN JUMPS TO DEATH
New York, Jan. 30.-Mrs. Helen
Knickerbockor, 84 widow of Henry
Knickerbocker, millionaire paper
manufacturer, committed suicide to
night, according to Assistant Medical
BACK GIVES OUT
Plenty of Manning Readers Have 'T'hi.*
You tax the kidneys-overwork
They can't keep up the continual
The back may give out-it ma ?
ache and pain;
Urinary troubles may set in.
Don't wait longer-take Doan's
Manning people tell you how they
act. Ask your neighbor!
Mrs. C. M. Taylor, S. Boundry St.,
Manning, says: "About a year ago
I was troubled with kidney com
plaints. I had terrible backaches and
headaches. Nervous spells -upset me
and my nerves were just a wreck. I
felt tired and languid and I suffered
from dizziness. Finally I heard about
Doan's Kidney Pills and bought some
at Arant's Drug Store. I can cer
tainly say Doan's did me a wonder
ful lot of good and quickly relieved
Price 60e, at. all dealers. .Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
l)oan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mrs. Taylor fiad. I Foster-Milbura
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
esh shipment of
g, S. C.
beautifulI assortmnent of
nd Plaid FlIaxons.
Blue and White at --7%
~lumn and1 White at $1.00
and1( Dark Grounds, go
is, Nainsook andl Long
ise to appreciate them.
CLASS FD ADilRIllNM
BARGAINS at the Clarendon Motor
Co. I ichlein Cord Tires, at the
price of other fabric tires.
90 DAY BURT OATS-$4.00 per 5
bushel bags., Jos. S. Dickson.
CABBAGE PLANTS-New supply
just in. Dickson Drug Store.
CABBAGE PLANTS-.-Millions, all
varieties, hardy and' tested by frost.
Inspected.by Government and found
free of disease. $1.00 per thousand,
f. 'o. b. express or parcel post. W.
Lykes, Lykegland, - S. C. . 7-c-e.
TOBACCO SEE--Wariie' Prkins
and Gold Leaf. DlcksQn I rug Store
NEW guaranteed inner tubes Ford
sizes $1.30 and $1.50 at the Clar
endon Motor Co.
DON'T FORGET that the best is
always the cheapest. PURNIA
COW CHOW holds the lead for milk
production. Jos. S.- Dickson.
RECOVER YOUR FORD TOP and
back curtain and top complete
$7.25 while they last. Clarendon
FOR SAI -We have bought a car
of King and -Simpkins cotton seed
and will sell a few hundred bushels
at $1.50 delivered. Wells-Levi Co.
STRICTLY first grade tires-Ford
sizes $7.75 and $9485 at the Clar
endon Motor CQ. -
CABBAGE PLANTS-New .supply
just in. Dickson Drug Store.
MAKE THAT FORD START EASY,
Get a Hot Shot Battery at the
Clarendon Motor Co.
TOBACCO SEED-Warne, Perki s
and Gold Leaf. Dickson Drug Store
Examiner C. S. B. Cassassa, by jump
ing .from the window of her . apart
ment on the eleventh floor, of an ap
artment house at 135 Central Park,
The woman's leap to death was
witnessed by scores of women and
children strolling along the Cen
tral Park wall and by many per
sons in passing automobiles.
Mrs. Knickerbocker husband died
fifteen years ago. She has since oc
cupied the apartment with Miss Em
mie Mines ,a personal companion, and
a retinue of ten servants. Miss Mines
coulk assign no motive for Mrs.
Yeast-Why is an officer on the
corner worth so much more than one
in the middle of the block?
Crimsonbeak-Well, on the corner
you have the advantage of seeing your
creditors coming in more directions.
BANK IUPT NOTICE
District Court of The United States
For the Eastern District of South
Carolina. In Bankruptcy
In the matter of David Levi Com
pany, Inc., of St. Paul in the County
of Clarendon-and District aforesaid,
To the Creditors of said Bankrupt:
Notice is hereby given that on the
14th day of Janaary 1922, the above
named was duly adjudged bankrupt;
and that the first meeting of his
creditors will be held at the office of
LeTe & Moise, Sumter, S. C., on the
7th day of February 1922 at 12 o'clock
noon, at which time t he said creditors
may attend, prove their claims, ap
Poimt a trustee, examine the bankrupt.
and transact such other business as
may53 properly come before said meet
ing. At this meeting will also be con
sidere:l the sale of the stock- of mer
cha:ndlise and( other personal property
of the ba nkru pt, without further no
tice to creditors. Claims must be0 filed
in the manner preserhide by the rules
of the supreme court for filing of
claims in bankruptcy.
Robert J1. Kirk,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
Florence, S. C., .Jan. 16, 1922.
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE
I will aipply to the Judge of Pro
b~ate for Chirendon County on the
27th day of February, 1922 at 11
o'clock A. M. for Letters of Discharge
as guardlin for Tfhomas Miller, for
merly a minor.
Richard G. Millir,
Manning, S. C., .Jan. 23, 1922.
COLLEGE PRIEPA RATlORY
Mrs. E. C. Nettles Alsbrook, Principal
Manning, S. C.
lFifteen standard units. High school
English, French, Latin, mathematics
science and1( penmanship. Thorough
preparation for any college. Students
for Winthrop and Clemson win hon
or's. Certificates adlmit t~o leading
coleges without examination. Spe-.
eci coaching for beneficiary scholar
ships ofrered b~y Winath rop, Clemson
the .Citadel, and South Carolina Uni
versity. Session begins Jan. 3rd.
2 Ounces For 25cr
It is time to start the New Year ,
right. Turn yor soil early ahd g
h sh e forA- oing cos
We have everything the farmer,
needs, and the prices are down
low. Just received, 'a shipment of
Harness, Plows, and Distributors,
and in fact, all that a farmer needs.
We also have a lot of
Choice SANTEE FISHING CANES
Cnt by Mr. Hardy Alsbrook, and
it goes 'without saying, that these
Canes- are good ones, as Mr. Als
brook knows a good cane when.
he sees it, and cuts nothing but
the best. Come in and gdt yours.
Plowden Hardware Co.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
State of South Carolina,
County of Williamsburg.
In Re Kingstree Swamp Drainage
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that pursuant to an order signed by _ _ _ _ _ _
the Honorable .1. 1). Britton, Clerk of
Court of Common Pleas for Williams
burg County on the 20th (lay of Jan- -________________________
uary, 1922. An Election will be held
in the Kingstrec Swamp Drainage
District on Saturday, the 4th (lay of C3
February, 1922, at John Coker's
store andl at J1. G. Young's Farm
Store, to elect three Drainage Corn
mnissioners for the said dlrain~age dlis
Tlhe fol lowing are the rules under _
wvhich the election is orderedl to be & II.,k
Any person my vote wvho is a landl
owner wvithin t he said district.
All candidates must file their
ipledge with the Clerk of Court of
Williamsburg County, S. C., at his
oflic'e in K ingst ree, S. C., not later
than January tlst, 1922. The names
of those wvho do not file their pledlges
by this time will not be placed on the.
l~)!Te pl;lIs shall openf at eight (8)
o'clock A. M. on Saturday, February
4th, 1922 and shall remain Open un
til four (4) o'clock P. M. on the said
(lay. Imm nedliatel y thereafter the
managers shall proceed to open the
the votes receivedl by each candidate. Mo . r rI a ,
Trhe returns of the election must be
filed wvith the Clerk of Court of Wil-.
liamshurg County, S. C., not later
than twelve (12) o'clock noon -onroayteNtn'nedifrmnwhae
TIuesday following the election.
Tlhe following are the managers of noafadtSephadometndvrcete
the saidl election. Polling Place-.
.Johin Coker's Store, J1. N. Coker',
Chairman, J1. N. McKenzie tad Har.- sace n ifiute ta tn btenu
Polling Place-J. C. Young's Farm ansod rle'iy
Store, W. A. Fitch, Chairman, E. H.
Lewis and T. M. L,. Coker.
J. D). BRITTON, Ltu aeFihtecresoeo u n
Clerk of Court
of Common Pleas for Williamsburg devr~Latinoslesndnech te
County, S. C.
Kingstrec, S. C., .Jan. 21, 1922 2t-ce at omv owr wt nt fIuloe
' CITATION NOTICEanclietdotetigthtaeeesryoa
The state of South Carolina, ahg f ~ sces
County Aof Clarendon.tastnald em'et
By J1. M. Windham, Probate Judge:
Whereas, A. s. M. Parker made i
kuit to me to grant him Letters ofThRadiopn uvFthssrng
Administration of the Estate and of
feels of RobertJ1. Parker.
TJhese are, therefore, to cite andMOEF WADPL S!
admonish all andl singular the Kind
redl and Creditors of the said Robert
.J. Parker deceased, that the~ be andlF ~ ~D~
aPpear~ before me, in the ourt of S~Ifl ul.
Probate, to be held at Manning on the
23rd (lay of January next, after pub
lication hereof ,at~ 11 o'clock in the ~ J .DVS rsdn
forenoon, to show cause, if any they
~have, why the said Administration A .1RDAVc-rsdn
Given under my hand this 5th day J .SU S ahe
of January, Anno Domini, 1022.
J. 'M. Windham,
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