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Governor and Attornef General I)ltYer
oi Question of .Apopintingr Assistant
Coluimbia, Feb. 4.--The first storm
during tho Manning administration
canme today when correslpondence be
tween Governor Mlannlug and Attor
ney General Peeples, relative to the
appointment of an assistant attorney
general was announced.
Governor Manning was desirous of
having a man named assistant attor
ney general who would work in ac
cord with his administration. Special
objection is raised against Fred ll.
Dkoninirk, who was namlled by 'Ir.
Peeples as assistant attorney general.
"Yott have seen lit to appoint Mr.
Fred 11. D)ominiek your assistant. who
was the stpporter of the polleies of
my predecessor in this ollice. In Ihese
circumstances. I do not feel that I
can rely upon your otli(e for legal
'dvice. I shall tived legal advice in
the adniost ration of my office, and,
therefore, shall be compelled to call
this matter to the legistture for such
action as they may see fit to take, if'
you insist in making this appoint
ment," says Governor Manning in one
of the letters to Attorney General
in a long letter Attorney General
Peoples stated that uiller the consti
tution he had the right to appoint. his
assistant. and that he always stood
ready to give legal advice to the oth
er stale departments. The attorney
general said that he was standing on
his legal rights.
Governor Manning, in reply, called
attention to certain statements alleg
ed to have been made by Attorney
General Peepels relative to the ap
"No thought," says Governor Mal
ning, "of who would he your assist
ant., or, in fact, of anything connected
with your office had entered my mind
until you yourself voluntarily ap
proached me after the Anderson
meeting during the campaign last.
summer, and stated that you thought
that T would be elected; and that if
I were elected and you were re-elect
ed that you intended to act in entire
harmony with me, and that your of
fice would do all in its power to fur
ther the success of my administration,
1n Mr. lienet' presence I called to
your attention the conversation had
after the Anderson meeting and you
reiterated what you had stated before,
'-'id you then, to my surprise, offered
to let me name the assistant attorney
general. This I flatly declined, stat
ed that you would appoint no one who
was not In harmony with me on the
platform on which I was elected and
that. you would submit to mne names
of the men whom you were consider
ing and would appoint no one who
was objectionable to me. You then
stated that Dr. Dominlek would not he
your assistant again, that you had
considered Ir. 11. P. DeBruhl, but
thought his heal1hI was such that, e
was not ill to the work, and that you
had other names under advisemett
and would confer with me again in r'e
gard to this atpoinitmenzt."
Sotie (lays ago NIrt. P~eples n amled
Mr. Dominick, who was a formier law~
partnier of Governor lilease. Tlhe en
tir tCorr .Iespond1ienci enverIXCs severalI
thlousand1( wvord:. It is very p robablhie
that the govien' will (all thei mter
to tile aittntion of the general asisem
Whenever You Need a Gleneral Tonhe
The Old Standard Grovc's Tasteless
ehill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well k no'.'n tonic propertiwsof QIUI NINv
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drive.,
out Malaria, Enriches the Bilood and
Builds up the WVhole S3ystezu. 50 cents.
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* WA.i TlTS .1li,1 NE IN'S,.
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W/at ts Ni ill, Feb. 8.-OUn Sunuday
mfortinug a deepi gloomti 0f sottow was
cast over' (urt town uiind Commrunity hvy
tile suiddeni dleathi of Mirs. Mlattie Ow
ens, wi'fe of' M. T. Owens, which (IC
curred onl S'atur day znight I at hieri home
at tis tplace. .\trs. Owens was sick
01n1y a few~ inuites bietore the cond
camle, her1 death bleing dlie to heart
conductitedl today by lb'v. .l...\.m
at W\ariorii 'Irok iiihiore ' w -lie
a hi ghly(51 rit lii) ' li i o l i ii a
p Cliar. ~tSe w- XX:!e a e ii
wV I i be *r X:I - p
tILaivcA andiu fri'n s hi~s yi~--~
ilnl na (tid' ;I , of i I.-or el--: .\vs .
tFraniks and .\bvs. (:':n [-eX, of \\it
On aceot f rush tini1g ordets par t of
tihe nmacinertiy 1has been ruinltg day
andl nighlt herte for sometimeIiI anid
thzings are still movinig along nicely
under the management of 10. U. Jessee,
.Supt.: weave room overseer, It. 1t.
Woodside; assistant overseer, 'V. A.
IRiddle; second hand, C. J. Burns; de
signer, 1). C. .ones; time clerk, .1. M.
Moore; car room overseer, 1). L. lioul
ware; second hand, W. 1. Burns; spin
ning room overseer, J. C. Thomas;
second hands, Messrs. J. W. Heaton
and lien Fleming; clothroon overseer,
1. C. Clark; second hand, Fred Thorn
ton; machino room, F. K. Taylor;
second hand, G. H1. Campbell; drawing
in room, I). C. Jones; second hand,
Rufus Carter; supply room t. 11. Don
We were indeed glad to welcome
Rev. .1. A. lrock in our midst last
Mrs. W. A. Moore visited at Watts
Mill last week.
Mrs. Mary llt visited at the home
of Mrs. 11. 11. Donaldson last Thurs
\lrs. Annie lolt, of laurens mill,
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
M. MeDowell on Thursday.
Mrs. .1. F. Compton and Miss Claudia
Moore were also visitors at \atti
Mill last week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Donaldson, Mrs.
Malaud obo and little daughter, Milwee,
all visited ',t Laurens mill on Sunday.
Roy MclDowell, who has been real
sick, is much better at this time.
Little Allen, son of ir. and Mrs. W.
. alor, who has been real sick
for several days, is fast improving at
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* TOUNGS NEWS. *
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Youngs, Feb. 8.-Several young peo
ple of this neighborhood attended a
Party at Mr. Jesse Check's near Friend
ship Saturday night.
Messrs. S. 1E. Riddle and V 1. Sher
bert of near Gray Court visited Mr.
A ustin Abercrombie one day last week.
Mr. Mills Cox and family of Lan
ford visited Mir. Alex Abercrombie's
family a few days ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Long of the
Durban section visited Mr. Alex Aber
cromble's family one (lay last week.
Gaston, Belle, and \Wayne' Ablercrom
hie visited Mr. Elmore Long's family
Those on the sick list, have about
Miss Lucile Cox has been home sev
eral dayi on account of mhumps.
Mr. O. C. Cox's two youngest chil
dren-Mary and Meta-have whooping
Mr. Mills Cox of Lanford, spent the
day with Mr. Austin Abererombie Sat
Mrs. R. W. Stewart of Lanford visit
ed Mrs. M. A. Abercrombie Thursday.
Mr. J. S. Craig of Tylersville, was In
this community last Wedncsday.
Mr. .Lin Kellett of Owings, accom
panied by his bride, who was Miss
Cora Sherbert, visited his brother near
Notiee Opteninue Hooks of~ Subiscription.
Hooks of sutbscript)1Ion to the enapitalI
stock of Th'ie D)ixie Flour & (Grain (om..
panty, of Laurtens, S. C., a corpiorationi to
be organ Ized to enarriy on the bus Iness
of a w hol esalI' t'reiry, grini and1( Ipro
visiont business5, wIll lbe openedii att thle
law ', olli('s of' DialI & I'Ttdd, lantIerpurise
Natilonal Hank BuIlding, Lauriens,
.oit.h ('arolina, on Feb. I Ith, 1t115, at
10 o' clock n. .\iI. Iiutrsuiaint to a coin
missioni tromil the Secretaryv of State.
(If daitE Ieb. -Ith, 1915g. \u? toizedl
Capihal stock Ten 'lThotsndl lotllaris
'I .00. to he dIivIdIed ino on' huin
dr ed 1 I uuo sha:r's of One, II ldd ''I ol -
Iaris ($1 fn.lliu , pa r va lue.
I". K'. SpraHi,
.1. C. 'Todd,
4)-lIt lioarid ot' ('or or'ator
See our lIne of' TIrunks, you will he
surpr~iis.'d to se'e how 'lheap we hiave
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* Il.lii/N NEWS'. *
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ittt an Feb. 8.-ThIe farmiet's are'(
very pr,'~toud of 1 thIe prtt 1y wvent ier these
Mrs H ebecea Ow~ens an M11 lIss IadInat
Splent Wedntesday nIght wIth Mr.
Iloartdle Owens and family of lRden
Mir. and Mrs. Claude Wasson of
Friendship section spent Thursday at
lie home of Mr. and Mrs. Markus
Miss Fannie Brownlee of Dials see
tion spent Friny with Mrs. Will Bolt.
Mr. Diuvault League spent Friday
night with Mr. Felton Roper of lien
DAY NIGHTI' IT WILL BE '
prices. Be sui
Your money v
One lot Men's $3.00, $3.50
One lot Men's $2.00 and $2.5
One lot Boy's Suits, wort
One lot Boy's Suits, wort)
One lot 25 cents
per yard a
One lot Men's
to $2.00 C
One lot Ileguilar'
$1.0 Sh) 'irts,
One 10! M en's
heavy3 $12.50 Ov.. C
X FIlL YOI'It P'O('KET II(
Ai i ND11 FAi ND Y,
Mrs. Rebecca Owens and Miss Edna
Owens visited Mrs. Emily Woods of
Eden ection Friday night.
Mr. Anderson Abercrombie spent
Friday night with Dr. Bearson of Eden
Rev. lBagogtt spent Saturday night
with Mrs. C. V. Hipp.
.ir. Solomonj Mahaffey of Eden sec
we want to make ti
g of the whole Carn
Record Days in selli
e to bring your Cas
rill go as far as if y<
-only for Sat
0 Pants at
Remember these prices a
t $2.50 to 50c off the sale price
$1.00 off the sale price
$1.00 off the sale pri
One lot Ladles' $1.50 Wai
1 $3,50 to One lot Ladies' $10.00, $12
Dresses, for Saturday
One lot $1.00 Cotton Bla
i Flaxon Special
t - - - - - 15cts
pron Check Ginghams. Spe
ood yard-wide Bleaching. S
rew Patterns in best Calicoes
ood size Towels at ..........
rarge Turkish Towels 15- cent
arge Turkish 25 cents Towel:
00(d size Counterpanes. Spe
[.50 White Spreads. Special
[.75 White Spreads. Special
er the Shoes be B~lack, White or
no that Won't Come Off on the Cit
.The "Easy-Opening" Box, 10c.
P. DA LLEY O., TD. AL..... .
Lion visited W. '). Owens Thursday.
The I-Ienderstnvillo teachers, 'Miss
Pitts and Mr. Laurens Mahon spent
Sunday with Mr. Walter Baldwin and
\1rs. Anna West of Poplar Springs
section spent Saturday and Funday
with her imother Mrs. Lizzie Cheek.
\lr. and Mrs. Langdon Brooks of
ie last day the BI
ival. We are going
ng Merchandise at
h and see it buy the
>u were getting 129
urday, Feb. 13. E
re good only for Saturday, Feb
of any Boy's Suit over $4.00. Su
of any Man's Suit over $10.00
le of any Ladies' Coat Suit One
sts, special each .... .... .49
50 and $15.00 one piece wool -
only .... .... .... .... 4.99 One
nkets, at pair .... .... .. .19
See the Remnant
2ial per yard ................... '
pecial per yard(
per yard ....... 5
values at 1
ran--2 in 1 Gives
>thes -- Brilliant --
Gray Court spent' Saturday night and
Suniday with Mrs. Isabelle Brooks.
Miss Nannie Kate Armstrong of
Laurens is visiting in this and Eden
Mr. Calvin Anderson sipent Sunday
with Mr. Bill Mahon.
Mr. Terry of Ekom is spending a few
days with Mr. Harley Abercrombie.
LE THAT IS TILE TALK OF
GGEST Days in
to make Friday
Goods you need.
' to 15 cents for
lot Men's Suits, worth $15.00 to
lot Ladies' $20.00 and $25.00 Coat
its, to close at
lot Ladies' $15.00 to $18.00 Coat
its, to close at
lot Ribbon, worth 40e to 60c, to
>se at, the yard
19cts per yard
lot Silks, worth 50c to 60c, to
>e at, the yard
25cts per yard
Cts All Standard
QO lot ILdies'
CtS $3i.50 to $5.00
AND 'ATUR1DAT WILL JlE
DiJs1 ATi 3INTER ('O'S.