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PREAMELE.
Touching the prosperity of th
South very closely indeed, the addres
of the Hon. W. S. Coleman, editor o
The Cedartown (Ga.) Standard befor<
the recent Southern Commercial Cor
gress at Atlanta, was one of. the mos
attentively received speeches of th
Important meeting. Mr. Coleman dre'
his eonclusions briefly and clearly
and showed how closely the prosperit;
of the thirty-three Southern fire con
panies is interwoven with the finax
cial and industrial progress and devel
opment of the section in .general.
Mr. Coleman's address follows 1l
ful:
Speech of W. S. Coleman, Treasure
the Georgia Fire Insurance Cbm
pany and National Hbmo insuranc
Company, Delivered at Taft Hall
Atlanta, Ga., March 10, 1911, Repre
senting the Assciation of Sbutheri
Fire insurance Companies.
Mr. Chaffman:
I come before you as a representa
tive of thirty-three Southerh fire im
surance companies, whose combine
assets aggregate over $15,000,000, amd
as their ambassador in this hifth cour
of public affairs, to speak for the im
terest of Southern insirance compan
les. At the special request of this As
sociakon of Southern Fire Companies
I have the hofier of addressing briefl
a few remarks-to, this Important sub
sect, which should concern every citi
&n of our section.
The question of insurance in all it
-branches in the South is one of vita
.and far-reacblng interest to al ou
people, and no branch of'Southern in
S'dtstry deserves greater concern tha
this one feature of this great Con
gress. It is a question that affects no
only the manufacturer, banker, capi
*-taliat, business min and laborer, bu
every inhabitant is directly intereste
n a business way, whether or not w
have recognized the fact.
At the close of the civil war -th
South was left without money, withou
insurace companies . and withou
means fdr protection along all line
Involved in insurance liability, and a.
a result we naturally looked to North
r and Eastern and foreign compan
les for such. protection. Year in and
out the various branches of insuranc
have permeated our whole Southland
and levied vast tribute from qur peo
ple. The huge volume of premium
written in the South for fire, life, cas
ualty liability and all other branchei
of fnsurance, has grown to such stu
pendous proportions as to stagger on
people, and this vast stream of gol4
has been gathered in many centers o:
the East and abroad, thus enabling
captains of industry to fance all rail
way -construction and the great indus
triall enterprises afecting the, peopl
of this country.
We have contributed annually
large amount of our substance to tWi
one branch of business, drawing_ o
our vitality and resources and tkn4
from the channels of trade such i
large percentage of our money that i
we were not a most remarkable peoplb
and possessed the most rmarselous re
sources, we could not stand the drain
Few realize the fact that annal13
Georgians send.,out of the Statie t<
~Northern and foreign insurance com
Danies -doing buslaess in this terri
2tory, a viuiume of premiums -in mon.:
equal to one-fourth the entire operal
tng baniking capital of the State- This
is also true of all our Southern States
' In 1880-1890, in the fourteen fitats
there were written in fire insuranet
premiums alone over' $126,000,O00, ani
this fund has so rapidly increased dur
-ing the past- thirty years that it ha:
rached the-.tremendous total of ovei
- 707,000,000. .During this span o
thirty years the Southern fire compan
- os 'alone 'in these -fourteen States
wrote he- pitiful sum of a little ove3
jO00,000, leaving a, net balance oa
over $640,0ee,000 in money that for
einfompanies, operating in -this ter
ritory, have taken away from thesn
~States. to the great money centers
Tis volume of money 'has made the
North and East the richest, ahd mos1
dipowerful section of tus republic an
a large share of this fund has evez
crossed the waters and helped to en
ich the coffers of foreign countri
Tis money is annually withdrawz
from our bankrs and repositorles, thus
?educing the cash assets of our fman
clal Institutions, ifiniting our trade, re
4tricting our manufacturing and re
tarding our material devdlopment
Every naw enterprise has been force'
to go East for funds to finance the
uzdertaking, and thus our people
aftr sending away from their owz
land their own good money, are forces
to the humiliating spectacle of bor
rowing back that same money and
paying a handsome tribute therger
This ruinous method, but for our wior
derful energies and natural resouuces
would bankrupt our people and dis
spirit their aspirations.
B ut a new light has .been seen. Ouii
Speople are coming to themselves. We
are gradually ralizing the necessita
for a radical change in the ancient be
lief that only by and through Northerz
enterprise and Northern capital ani
Northern brains- can industries of ana
kind--financial undertakrings of 'what
over proportions and develop~nents o:
whatever character-be successful],
conducted. New insurance companh,
In the Southern field covering evs?
branch are being organized all ove:
the South by our own people, and
wholesome revival of patriotic senti
ment in favor of home enterprises Il
rapidly gaining ground everywherE
Our thoughtful people are beginzilr
to keep our money at home, caring fo
our own institutions by patronaizini
ome industries and building up her
*a safe and sound development of oux
*wn resources.
In North Carolina some ten year
pgo there was not a single insuranc<
Scompany chartered by the "Tar Hee
State," and ever." dollar in premium!
~ was written by foreign companies an<
taken away from thsat commonwealti
to enrich the enterprising citizens wh<
invaded our Southern territory t<
their own enhancement and to ou
Sconsequent detriment. A feeling o
shame brought our sister State to
realization of her folly, and, as a re
.rsult, there are now sixteen North Ca:
olia. insurance companies charterei
by that State, with North Carolin;
'money constituting their capital ani
doing business on their native heath
writing 60 per cent. of the total vo:
uine of premiums produced by tha
omowealth.
Georgia wrote in fire insuranc
premiums alone in 1910 over $5,000
000, and only a bagatelle of 10 pe
cent, of this sum was written by hom
companies. In all the various branche
of insurance, we wrote last year i
Georgia over $15,000,000, and the sam
story is only sadly too true as to th
Stotal volume of business done by a:
Sthe home companies of this State, an
I t serves to emphasize the utter lac
of business prudence and judgmenti
to be written by foieign -conipanies
and the money taken from our State
If these annual tributes to other see
tions and foreign companies were dis
Continued and the money kept at
home-a sum equal to one-fourth the
money invested in all our banking in
t stitutions-and deposited in our own
a banks, we would never feel the shock
and paralysis of a financial panic. This
money which now courses their chan
nels of commerce would stimulate our
trade and industry in every line, seek
investment in our own resources and
find its way in the march of our in.
dustrial advancement. The struggling
I South would lift up her burdened
shoulders and shake off the lethargy
r and weight of misfortune, and'our seo
tion would become a recognized lead.
er In national enterprise and commer
cial progress. More banks and trust
companies would be established, more
railroads constructed, more factories
built, more mines developed, and
everywhere the sinews of industry
would proclaim the presence of this
money power so essential to the life
and prosperity of every country.
The mission of this great Commer
t cial Congress in the very heart of the
rehabilitated South can accomplis'h nc
greater result than poirting to the pre
. vatling condition in our section- and
call the attention not only of the
shrewd' capitalist, but the unt'inking
citizen, the ordinaly business man, the
laborer everywhere, to the fact that
in order to become wealthy and pros
perous we must do as others have
1 done. Every man who has a home or
. place of business, who stands at the
. door of enterprise, who manufactures
our raw material into the fnished
product-all must learn at last the
t lesson of self-preservation in busIness,
. and patronizing home eaterprises Is
t -the primary rule by which we may
L hope to accomplish the desired re
sults. Our people who place their in
surance in good Southern companies,
safely and soundly managed, are tI
first to realize that we must keep at
home this volume of currency now go
ing to other sections, and let It serve
the highest and best purposes tc
'which all wealth should be legitimate
- ly and honestly applied. We owe it to
ourselves; we owe it to our tion
Do not misunderstand this plea be,
Ing in any sense sectional, for we can
not -hope for other sections to interest
themselves in our welfare more than
- 'we manifest for ourselves. We must
lirst help -ourselves if we would seel
- 'the aid of others. Every dollar savbd
at home adds to our wealth and taxa,
L ble values, and every dollar invested
t 'at home in our own securities keeps
in local circulation that much cur.
'rency and assures the interest income
therefrom as a direct cumulative asset
of our growing prosperity.
This business polIy lies at the, very
L basis of our commercial existence, and
'makes possible our industrial develop
ment.' Every patriotic -Southernez
; should spread this doctrine of patron
I lzing home companies fist and keep
=ig our money at home, and then
whatever surplus of business could gc
- to the alien competitors. Only on this
bedrock of self-interest rst dan we
r hope as a section to keep pace with
>our national progress. It has been-oul
- stay and arjehor in the past, and it Is
- our only h'ope for the future. It has
helped to brIng us to our - splendid
-present, and, followed to its logical
sfinality, it will bring us to a greater
destiny. The camp-fires of a burains
patriotism have produced in us a
i -glorious people, and have made this
i land a conspicuous part of the imper
-. Ishable history of our common coun*
tfry.
I could not close these remarks
without giving expression to that sen
timent of him who writ
"Dear old Southland, stern and wild,
Meet nurse of a poetic child;
-Land of brown heath and shaggy
- wood,
Land of the mountain and the flood,
-Land of my sires, what mortal hand
can e'er untie
The f1lia. band that knits me to thy
rugged strand?".
Entries for Speed Races.
Secretary C. F. Hopkins, Jr., of the
St. Augustine Power Boat club, is re
-ceiving new entries daily for the speed
-tine the first week in April. Every in
dication points toea very large niber
of the fastest boats in the country en
tering. -it is expejcted that the 2000?
will hold a lastbaumpe of the tadi
Ists ovr.____
The Sound Sleep of Good Health
Can not be over estimated and any ail
ment that prevents it is a menace to
health. J. L. Southers, Eau Claire,
-Wis., says: ."I have been unable to
sleep soundly nights, because of pains
across my back and soreness of my kid
neys. My appetite was very poor and
my general condition was much run
r down. I have been taking Foley Kid
- ney Pills but a short time and now sleep
Sas sound as a rock, my general condition
is srreatly improved, and I know that
Foley Kidney Pills have cured me."
W. E. Brown & Co.
Old Time Theate:- Rowdies.
Rowdyism in Londonr theaters was a
common occurrence in the old days, as
is shown by the following from the
London Post of Oct. 27, 1798:
"Two men in the pit at Drury Lane
theater last night were so turbulent
and riotous during the last act of
'Henry V.' that the performance ws
interrupted upward of a quarter of an
hour. The audience at last asserted
their power and turned them disgrace
fully out of the theater. This should
always be done to crush the race of
disgusting puppies that are a con
Sstant nuisance at the playhouse every
night" _____
Greatness and Smartness.
"Which would you rather be-truly
2 great or really smarty'
"Smart of course."
r 'Well, you may be truly great and
no one ever know it, but if you're
Ssmart you can make people think that
you're great."-Chicago Post.
High Finance.
a Briggs-Is it true that you have bro
ken off your engagement to that girl
who lives In the suburbs? Griggs
Yes; they raised the commutation
trates on me, and I have transferred to
a town girl.--Life.
e It's Equal Don't Exist.
s No one has ever made a salve. oint
D ment or balm to compare with Buck
e len's Arnica Salve. It's the one perfect
e healer of cuts, corns, burns, brumses,
u sores, scalds, boils, ulcers, eezema, salt
drheum. For sore eyes, cold sores, chap
d ped hands or sprains it's supreme._ Un
Srivaled for piles. Try it. Only foc. at
. ........ .......... ..
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT.
AegetablePrepaaonfor.s
sMiratingtefoodandlegula
ing tLIeStomadisandBowelsof
PromotesDigesonee:
nessandRest.Containsneitne
Opium.Morphiae nor1iaM
NOT NARCOTIC.
AperfectRemedy forols
tion, sour StoluachDiaro
Worms,00Wvalsionsfes
nesandLossorSLEER
Ikile SigM
NEW YORK.
BEact Copy of Wrapper.
Genuine Sardines.
Genuine sardines are the young of
the pilchard. Their name comes from
the fact that they are most numerous
off the coast of Sardinia. They swim
in the spring in shoals containing mil
lions-fish shaped shoals ten miles long
and a half mile wide. The sardines are
netted and taken at once to the shore.
There they are washed, scraped and
sprinkled with salt The salt is soon
removed, the heads and gills cut off
and there is another washing. Then,
on beds of green brush, the ash are
dried in the sun. Next they are boIled
in olive oil til cooked thoroughly. The
packers-women always-take them
now and pack them in the tin boxes
we all, know, filling up each box with
boiling oil, fitting on the lid and mak
Ing the box air.tight by soldering the
joints together with a jet of hot steam.
ardines are more or less perfect ac
cording as they are prepared more or
less immediately after their capture
and according as the oil they are pack
ed In is more 'or less pure.
Rheumatism Relieved in 6 Hours.
DR. DETCHON'S RELIEF FOR REEU
NATIsM usually relieves severest cases
in a few hours. Its action upon the
sstem is remarkable and effective. It
emoves the cause and the disease
uickly disappears. First dose benefit~s.
5. and $1. Sold by W. E. Brown & Cr.
The Young French GirL.
A young French girl enters the thea
er with her father.' She takes her
eat directly in front of the privileged
Aerican girls "finishing" their edu
ation. Her untouched flowerlike face
s alight with anticipated pleasurer
with a soft, vividness of Intelligence
hat could never be cursed- with the
word "brainy." Her hair Is bound
with .a little old fashioned snood and
tiny buckle; a strangely simple even
ng dress covers the exquisite ardor
f her slender body. Quickly four
faces, the faces of the overindulged,
the overprecocious, the overathletic and,
he overdressed, turn to study her.
Tere is something to learn in this lit
tle French maid, whose eyes never
eet a man's, who is never allowed to
alk alone on the street, whose un
onscious grace envelops her like a'
veil, who is sheltered like a delicate
drd, yet-trained t~o the utmost energy,
eserve, accomplishment and useful
ess.-Atlantic.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA~
County of Clarendon.
y James M. Windham, Esq., Pro
bate Judge.
JWHEREAS, John 0. Martin made
suit to me, to grant- him Letters of
dministration of the Estate and
efects of Marion Martin.
THESE ARE THEREFORE, to cite
and admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said Marion
artin, deceased, that they be and
ppear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Manning on the
14th day of April next, after publi
cation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause, if any they have,
why the said administration should not
e granted.
Given under my hand, this 23rd day
f March, A. D. 1910.
CSEAL.] JAMES M. WINDHAM.
Judge of Probate.
CLAR EN DON
ARM LANDS WANTED!
'I have several Marlboro Farm
ers wanting to buy farms rang
ing in price from 82,.500.00 to
815.000.00 or over, ano. shall
be glad to hear from any per
sons having any farm lands,
improved or unimproved, for
sale in Clarendlon or adjoining
countiras.
R. COSBY NEWTON.
R:eal Estate and Stocks,
3ENET TSVILLE, - S. C.
W K.TAVEL,
Civil Engineer
AND
Land Surveyor,
Sumter, S. C.
Oem Over Bank of Sumter.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Always Bought
Bears the
Signature
of
ss e8
For Over
Thirty Years
luASTORI A
-r NAUACMAY.UWYR CM-Y
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
IN COURT OF. COMMON PLEAS
Suimions.for Relief.
(Complaint not Served.)
J. S. MeClam, Plaintiff,
aoainst
W. L.-Locklair, 'Befendant.
To the Defendant, W. L. Locklair:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in
this action which has been filed in
the office. of the Clerk of Court of
Common Pleas and General Sessions
for the County of Clarendon in the
State of South Carolina,and to serve'a
copy of your answer to the said com
plaint on the bubscriber, at his
office, in Lake City, S. C., within
twenty (20) days -after the service
hereof: exclusive of the day of such
service; and if you fail to answer the
complaint within the time aforesaid,
the plaintiff in this action will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded
in the -complaint.
Dated this March 3rd, 1911.
W. L. BASS,
.Plaintiff's Attorney.
To the defendant, W. L. Locklair:
Take notice, that the complaint in
this action together with the sum
mons, of which the foregoing is a
opy, was -filed in the offce of the
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas and
General Sessions, at Manning, S. C.,
in the County of Clarendon and State
of South Carolina on the 6th day of
March; 1911.
Dated March 6th, 1911.
W. L. BASS,
Plaintiff's Attorney.
CASTOR IA
Eor Infats and Cliildren.
IThe Kind You Have AlWays Bought
.THE
MANNING BAKERY.
FEESHE BREAD.
6 Loaves For 25 Cents
(Old Galluebat Building.)
H. F. PRA TOR{, Prop.
JH. LESESNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
Woodmen of the World.
Meets on First Monday nights at
8:30.
Visiting Sovereigns invited.
DR. J. A. COLE.
DENTIST,
Upstairs over Bank of Manning.
.MANNING, S. C.
Phone No 77.
What They Wili Do for You
They will cure your backache,
strengthen your kidneys, cor
rect urinary irregularities, build
up the worn Out tissues, and
eliminate the excess uric acid
that causes rheumatism. *Pre
vent Bright's Disease and Dia.
bates, and restore health and
strength. Refuse substitutes.
W. E. BROWN & Co.
LOANS NEGOTIATDE
On First-Class Real Estate
Mortgages.
Purdy & O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Manning, S. O
M! US-o'C , 0.1 -CESSAGES.
How a Singic Pi-eon Mirht Carry a
Whole Librar).
For more than 2.030 years carrier
pigeons have been used to carry mes
sages when no other means sufficed.
and during the siege of Paris, 'when
363 birds were sent out from the doom
ed city, one of the birds performed the
almost incredible feat of carrying to
the outside world on one trip no less
than 40,000 messages averaging twenty
words each. This was S00,000 words,
or the equival-it of five or six average
novels. '
This marvel was accomplished by
means of microscopic photography, the
messages being first printed with ordi
nary type and then photographed and
rephotographed until they had been
reduced several hundred diameters.
The final photographs were taken on
films or pellicles of collodion, each of
which, about two inches square. con
tained 50.000 words. A dozen of these
films. rolled up in a quill, weighed but
one twenty-eighth of an ounce. The
messs'ies could,. of course, be read
with a microscope without the neces
sity of rephotographing and enlarging.
Under favorable conditions and .for
comparatively short distances pigeons
have carried as much as three-quar
ters of an ounce- .Using the photo-re
duction method. it would therefore be
possible for a single . bird to carry
messages equal in words to no fewer
than 120 ordinary volumes.-Harper's
,Weekly.
Whistler's White Lock.
As long as the name of James Me.
NeIn Whistler lives anong those whc
saw him it will recall the famous white
lock which stood out so conspicuously
from the mass of his black hair. II
was, as he dsed to say himself, "well
placed" and was always treated from
the harmonous point of view to de
.velop its greatest effect in his appear
ance. One day when Dorothy Menpes,
daughter of the well known English
artist Mortimer Menpes, was a baby
and was asleep on her pillow Whistlei
went to see her. A white feather ha4
by chance settled oi her head and lay
in a spot exactly, corresponding witl
the white lock on his own head.
"That child is going to develop intc
something great," he exclaimed, "for
see, she begins with a. feather, just lk(
mel"
GrocerieS
OF ALL, KINDS
Aiway Fresh
AND
Prices Right
Mouzon's Girocery
P. B. MOUZON. PROP..
The Bank of Manning
Manning, S. C.
Capital Stock.... ..--... $40,004
Surplus........ ....... ...-... 40,004
Stockholders' Liability.......40,004
Total Protection to Depositors. 8120,004
START. YOUR BOY
in the right tray. Good habits instillet
in the youth -vill bear good fruil
in after years. Whether it be the sinai:
account of the boy or a business accouw
of the man that is entrusted to us w<
can guaranteed perfect satisfaction
Hacker Mfg. Co,
SUCCESSORS TO
eo, S. Hacker & Son,
CHARLESTON. S. 0.
We Manufacture
Doors. Sash and Blinds: Columns
and Balustiers; Grilles and Gable
Ornaments: Screen Door~s ani
Windows.
WE DEAL IN
Glass. Sash Cord and Weights.
DR. J. FRANK GEIGE~R.
.DEN'TIST,
Succeed when everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND
STOMACH TROUBLE
it is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.
That there is mo
Analysis is proven con
obtained every year fr
They are made from <
actual field experimej
requires, and not I
formulating.
Every ingredient
selected for its plant f
work to do at the prol
plant fertilized with E
regular from sproutin
Ask your dealer
see that the trade-m
When you see this
you are getting tie
ROYSTER Fish Ferti
F. S. ROYSTER -G
FACTORIES AND
NORFOLK..VA. TARBORC
9A_' "*ar M. MACON,
C.
Notice to Credito s..
All persons having claims agiinst
the estate of Chovine Richardson
Holladay, deceased,will present them
duly attested, and those owing said
estate will make payment - to the
undersigned qualified administrator
of said estate.
BEj. W. HoLLADAY,
Administrator.
Manning, S..C., Feb. 3rd, 1911.
3. 0. PUEDY. S. OLIVER 0 RXTAS
PURDY & O'BRYAN,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
MANNINGS S. C.
JOHN G. CAPERS, (of South Carolina).
E-Commissioner Internal Revneue
JOSEPH D. WRIGHT.
CAPERS & WRIGHT,
AT ORNEYS AT LAW
Evans Building.'
WVASHIGTON, D. C.
Telephone.Main 6
W. C. DAVIS. J. A. WEINBERG.
DAViS & WEINBERG.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
MANNING, S. C.
Prompt attention given to collections
ARANT'S DRU6 STORE~
The Licensed Djruggi t,
Sells Everything in
DRU6S and MEDICINES
Suiiu1ert0ii Furniture C0.
Undertakers
and
Embalmers.
HE ARSE
Furnished for White andColored. We
are also dealersin ali kinds of Furniture.
C. W. EVANS, Mgr.,
Licensed Embalmer,
SUMf1ERTON, S. C.
APPAREL SHOP
FOR MEN
AND LADIES.
Everything of the best for
the personal wear and adorn
mnent of both sexes.
We fill mail orders carefully
and promptly.
DAVID
OUTFITTING
COMPANY,
Charleston, S. C.
If y
J ~'Larger
- cost of ;
We rnue~tu.rc all gi
tilizer mterial. If yc
buy onl
..CO~i
MA2
re to a Fertilizer tlian
clusively by the results
om Royster Fertilizers.
xperience obtained by
its of what the plant
rom ready reference
in Royster Goods is
ood value, and has its
ier time, therefore the
OYSTER goods is fed
time until harvest.
or Royster goods and
irk .is on every bag.
MR you know that
genuine and original
izer.
UANO COMPANY,
SALES OFHCES: -
. N. C COLUMBIA.- S. C,
CA. SPAWRANBURG.S.-C.
[email protected], AL.A.
TO THE TIll
The Stock we r
Goods is the prett
this townn Every
all of the Sheer FR
*Messalhnes a
Also the most
and sia'desin Mess
All the popular No
at The Young Rli
.adies' an
Ready-Made
Also abeaui
-Fancy and T
Waists.
Come and look2
values ini Lace' anc
have the leadershi
feature of our 64
price is' no highe:
than 1910.
ou would Raise Big Cr'o]
>u would have fewei acres
Crops. If you would red
roduction, buy from the
HlEE FF lIZ
CHRLSTON, S. C.
ades of fertilizers and carry a large stock of
u want fertilizers for Cotton, Corn, Grain
the best from a well known company such
BAH E FERTIL!ZER CO., Charleston, S
"The HIome of Good Fertilizers"
WRITE FOR PRICES.
WANTED
Everybody to know we are
HEADQUARTERS
For Pure Drugs
PRESCRIPTION ORK
A SPECIALTY
J. H. HAWKINS,
Licensed Pharmacist and Wg'r
FOR
W. E. Browl (&
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