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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1922
Nothing ticklest a man with a new
overcoat like a cold spell.
Two boats ran together about three
miles off the Florida coast. Now
wasn't that the limit?
Pursuant to an order of .1. M. Wind
ham, Judge of Probote, I will sell to
the highest bidder, for cash, at the
residence of the late Henry L. Wise,
deceased, at F'oreston, S. C., on F'ri
dayday the 17th day of November,
1922 at 11 o'clock a. m., the follow
ing personal property, to wit: 1 lot
of household furniture, 2 mules, 5
cows and 3 calves, 25 hc-.d of hogs, 1
two-horse wagon, 1 old top buggy,
one-half interest in I buggy, 1 mower
and rake, I lot of plows, one-half in
terest in guano distributor, 1 guano
distributor, one-half interest in corn
planter, about 100 bushels corn, about
4,000 pounds hay, I cross cut saw,
about 6 bushels peas, about 300 poui.ds
fodder and 1 gun.
Luke W. Wise,
Foreston, S. C., Nov. 1, 1922.
State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon,
By J. M. Windham Probate Judge:
Whereas, Charles R. Ragin made
suit to me to grant him letters of
Administration of the Estate and ef
fects of Cherry Bowman.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Ch'erry Bow
man deceased, that they be and appear
before me in the Court of Probate,
to be held at Manning on 13th dlay of
Novenbe':, next after pub icat;ion
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon
to show cause, if any they have, why
the administration should not be
Given under my hand this 1st day
of November, Anno Domini, 1922.
J. M. Windham,
Judge of Probate.
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THE REPUBLICAN PARTY
OF SOUTH CAROLINA
has nominated a candidate for
Congress in the First Congressional
District, the Rev. Sigfrid L. Blomgren
of Charleston, S. C. Mr. Blomgren
is a gentleman of high education, of
prominence in his community, and
holds the respect and esteem of every
one who knows him.
He came to Charleston during the
war period, being stationed there as
as voluntary chaplain in the capips.
He was called to become pastor of St.
Matthews - Lutheran Church of that
city, and in the three and one-half
years of his ministry has made it the
largest Lutheran Church in the city
and in the State. He was born in
Bridgeport, Conn., and received his
elementary public school training in
Lowell, JAlass., and Philadelphia, Pa.
In 1904 his parents n-ved to Rock
Island, Ill., where he took his college
degree. le was ordained to the min
istry in Minneapolis, Minn., in 1915,
sand spent two years in post-graduate
work in New York City and Philadel
phia. He has lived in the north, the
east, and the west, and chose the
south as his home several years ago.
In making the formal announce
ment of his candidacy for Congress
on the Republican platform, Mr.
Blomgreni stated that, "This nomina
tion was not sought by me. I have
never had any political aspirations. I
have accepted this nomination ex
tended to me by the good South Caro
linians of this district, because the
people of this city and district have
the right to demand my services it
the same can be for the benefit of this
district at large and its political life."
When first approached a few weeks
ago to b offered the high honor of
the Republican Party, he realized im
mediately the great opportunity to
make a large personal contribution to
the welfare of the entire district in
the solution of the political and eco
nomic problems that are so evioditl e
at this time. Hle said, "The best in
terests of the people of our district
demand the solution of certain exist
ing conditions. I feel that, if I can
alleviate these conditions in some
measure, that I would be compensated
for the forward step that I have Nke".
The doors of the Republican Party
open an avenue for the alleviation of
these conditions, and I respectfully
invite you to consider what the Re
nublican Party has to offer, thereby
benefitting yourselves and your com
lie is keeping his promise. His
campaign platform is built on the
pressing demands everywhere in the
district for better working, agricul
ture, and educational conditions. The
present problems are economic, finan
cia l, and educational. Everywhere
Prosperity is beginning to be felt, and
he wants to know why the citizens of
this First Congressional District are
e of Interest! I
ich with one of
-and Banks, or- U
1Federal Farm U
an now receive U
loans on farm
(terms and at a
MANNING, S. C. g
Fruit Trees and
ii Prices on Commercial
ite or Wire
latesburg, S. C.
shipper' of p~eanutsL to get
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not entitled to their just portion. or
that reason he is pledged to work for
the restoration of the Charleston
Navy Yard as a great industry in the
al'gest community of the District,
where on a peace-time basis 3600 men
will find employment, whose incomes
will apply on the lives and happiness
of at least 18,000 people. He is
pledged to work for the development
of a 40-ft. channel approaching the
unsurpassed terminal and water-front
fac'ities of Charleston, thereby guar
anteeing an early reality of the city's
plan to make that port one of the
greatest on the Atlantic Coast. A
healthy commercial condition in the
port of Charleston will naturally af
fect the entire district financially. He
wants men to have every opportunity
for honest labor with a just compen
sation so that homes may be happy,
children properly clothed and fed,
bills paid, money put away for a rainy
day, and everybody satisfied. He
wants business and commercial houses
so have the same large opportunities
that are found in o per places. He
is absolutely pledged to the support
of every federal measure to offer the
greatest advantages through the pub
lie school to the children of todt.y.
Vor that reason he is publicly and
forcefully advocating the Sterling
Towner Bill, which is the greatest
piece of educational legislation ever
offered to any government anywhere
in the world. It gudrantees the exis
tence and extension of that truly
American institution, the Public
School, by offering to grant the states
One Hundred Million Dollars annually
for their own use in their own way in
the development of the public schools.
The Republican congressional can
(lidate stands four-square for the
American Public School.
The fifth plank in his platform is
"That the South is entitled to a
square deal." He is singularly fitted
to make this declaration, having been
a resident of other great sections of
the country, and has seen their de
velopment under proper conditions.
A few days ago he made the public
statement, that "to me the South rep
resents the greatest possibilities of
any section of these great United
States. "Ile means every word. Years
ago Horace Greeley used to tell en
terprising young men to "Go West"
but Mr. Blomgren is absolutely~ con
vinccd that the best advice today is
"Go South." He is pledged to secure
a square deal for ,the South. The
great South has never had a fair
chance in the last forty years. The
reason is self-evident. It has always
been solidly democratic in its politics.
Whenever therefor the Democratic
Pady~ has been in political power in
Washington, little or nothing has
been done by way of federal aid, be
cau: e the ieaders of the party always
f',lt. "We won't have to do anything
for the South; it's always with us any
how." Ani when the Republican
Irrty has been in power, its leaders
:..1 heretafore, "We never have any
rearesentation from the South; we
don't hava to give anything." There
has het:, one exception to this prac
tice as far as this district is concern
ed; that was when 'a Republican Con
gress gave the Navy Yard to Char
leston. The greatest opportunity in
many years is offered the First Con
gressional District to get a square
deal from Washington' through the
election of a Republican congressman,
who will have a moral and political
right to ask a Republican Congress
under a Republican Administration to
give this district its shai-e of federal
assistance. Mr. Blomgren is pledged
to protect and develop the interests
of the farmers of the district. This
present administration has a mighty
'rogram to assist the farmer, and
tiis <Ist riCt needs a re)resentative of
the right nolitical relations to secure
t sri une deal for the SOUthern farm
ine.. Ihe f mt.i :'i r , in i a istrict has
ben litiraihy "p against it" for i
log time , and M~lr. Btlom gren says
t his '.onis: on niust cease. Cotton
shiotld suolimami a higher' price. lFed
miake htis crops. II'iu utbe l. -''
ildevelopt a great tIi ve-stocitk inidust ry.
'Flhe !Yovernmiient mutst hlp~ ilomb to
akthis 0jitduels at a comfo irtable
Iproiuit. lIe must be' helpedlIc to et,
mohney~ at a reasonable rate ofl inter'
est toi carry (in is tfarm imttroiw
meent and the dleve lopmtent of his in-.
dasty. Tere is no reasoni why t he
Soutihero t'nm-r sh'ouldl not1 bave ['.
same' i :imui as his \\ls'er-g
brot1hers. All t hese things are de
imindent on yet Iing ant hearing in1
iv. who, has thie iight to ask his
lir:t for wh at, htis const itulents need.L
31i. Illhotron will do this.
For the lirst time in the political
bistowy ofi this diku-ict, a soin white'
::mdhiiatie his bteei olleredl by the Ree
i'uigrissmanii. Tlhc dlist rict will lie
riwardled by t hi Administriation for
nis elet ion by ;grant ing through him
every, .inst request that wiill mean 'he
iu-.sperly of ciivery (1 county in the dis
irrd 2dr. Itinimiii is a main w'ho
wiill spek wii homi iari tor those he
Wchist hie ian a'iii Iik( yi(,t kitozy
th hi meani s wvha:t he say's. IIs
tpersoina hty. and nioil it y will dlem:imdi
resteel and attent in, [ie is a gife.
lint' iteiuuidicani ,and will hie recogmzi..
il by t he Adthiniist rat ion. lie is a
wvhit u nuan, and h~s H-yalty to his race
.Thie vit iof i'very qualified voter
ivan can conlsc ientioisly stupport him
solicit ed. Ie is piledlged to t he
wella ge ofi his eionstituein'cy, and1 is
rh-termoiined that this dlistrict. shuall
nave a *;pwiire dhal. lii realhzes, asi
lii thusaniis miiil uhiousands of thin,.
n'y men andi wiomien al over t his
Stati, that t he timie has conmc for' the
x istenoce of t wo strong cominpeti ng
miaiorI 10 oltOOical arties in South Ca ro
linia, each to lbe directedl by st rong,
u psta nin ig cit izins pledged to the
bes t i railitions of A merica a ndi I the
wr-eat and vital interests of tho South -
hanud. li ie, repect fully rerpuest s youri
monsideraltion of his pilatformo, his putr
liuocss, hi deteiniiiiat ion for a square
dealI for- the Soiuth, ainil his souireme
inter est in your wel far.*
T[he RepubIlean iC(ongr-essionial Coin
mnit t ec----T'lhe Firist. Congr'essional D is
I rict of South Carolina.
Nothing else is so conducive to
contentment as a contemplation of
the other fellow's troubles
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