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Children Cry for Fletcher's
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of
I and has been made under his per.
sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants an J Children-Experience against Experimcnt.
What is CASTORA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasart. contains
neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic s. 2:c. Its
age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has
been mn constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,
Wind Colic and Diarrhoea ; allaying Feverishness arising
therefrcm, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids
the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTOR IA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
,qy~~p q+?THlE CENTAUR COMP.ANY NEW YORK CITY,
I ...JiE and
We have ever hxad. ar d no matter what
kint- of a MULE or 1OR1SE you want. we
We want y to Collie in] and See our Bic
3addles, Br dies.
Robes anld B:lankets.
Ou many yea'~r' SOf service to the peo
p Ce Claendo o un tv011 shou1 ()l d be si ft icint
' rn te f the' uality of these artic les.
Thi:Seneiny of the T '-::iurv h
The patIriot ic (lityV of farmers and! li I i thie p.nm :
gardene rsever y where istoI)in'r'ease to;teVI o Mij l h'gi(0.
c.')p andi~ food prod Ue tion!. Inte - i01 iftt~ a ~si;acc i
ne farming and gadening, and titi'l ytii'tittfleIhrtt
teliberal use of ferti lizers, together of V: kI I!M rL1( Wll ld'.
with proper rotation of crops, s o tZi
Sto increase and improve the fur- Cl Itv')ta:0 titb
:ty antd produti ivLess of the cic 'eiI~aiia 4 ~e: fviin
I.:uil, are all vita and ne1(1Jcessary~ oj:os.lros.rt: e oteh
considerations at the present time. i (ihi OottV*I)(ictn
Wood's Descriptive Catalog ~ cam.''epninoak,
For 1918 gIves the fullest and( li~ m ost I cno l~s r'stl a
u i-to-date information in regard mmoyntisour.
Farm and Garden Seeds lgstdot f(X~Ci~ ewut
And tells about the best crops to nVr hrlkLiir. to
grow, both for profi t and homne use. ato fSueayM~n i iij
WrIte for Catalog and prices of roihtvrin.agittee ou
Grass and Clover Seeds, Seed hehrfteruneteinuacl~
Potatoes, Seed Oats, or any' wl eemie~e yal
Farm Seeds Required.
Catalog MaIled ?ree On Reoqnest. Cli
T. W. WOOD & SONS, FRFECE'
SEESME, 'chon, V.s A Shu aTs t0 Rol thA
REPORT ON THE
GAME WARDEN CASE
Columbia, Feb 21.-aSenators John
stone and McCown, of the senate in
vestigation committee, in a majority
report made public tonight, white
wash Governor Manning's charges
against former Chief Game Warden
Richardson, and condemns Colcnel
Richardson in severa I particulars.
Senator Williams, of Lancaster, in a
minority report, finds the most ser
ious of the governor's charges unsus
tained in effect and "that nothingr was
produce(. before the committee t'o as
sail the personal integrity of Mr.
Mr. Richardson, nor tending to show
corruption in office. "The majority l
report does not contend that the evi
dence showed any "fraud or misappro
priation of funds," and states that the
governor himself said to the commit
tee that he did not so charge.
The majority finds that the evi
dence showed that Governor Man
ning's charge that Richardson's rec
ommendation by the Audobon Society
for reappointment was brought about
by "the admission of about. fifty new
members to the society," is sustained,
insofar as it relates to friends of Mr.
Richardson. Senator Williams holds
that the charge is sustained "only to
the extent that fri'nds an:l support
ers of Richardson engaged in he
st'oed activities with his knowledge
and consent," and that "the gover
nor's present apliointee to the posi.
Lion of chief game warden invoked the
Th 'i ority finds that the charge
that Richardson's deputies made il
legal collections of money with his
approval "is sustained by the produc
tion of letters," and "by oral state
ments made by the governor before
the committee." Senator Williams
points out that "practically all these
fines were collected from nonresidents
who had violated the game laws of
this state, and preferred to give and
forfeit a cash bond :" ther than go
into the courts," that it was further
shown that Mr. Richardson relied up
on an opinion from the attorney geti
eraal's office, exercised such authority
in only rare and exceptional cases,
and that in the cases cited it was
founl that the money was properly
turned over to the state treasury.
The majority finds that Richardson
('xc::'(.dl his expense account, as
charged by the governor. and that
such records as wore presented in
<ie.ted thlat the offi w:s loosely
ruin and the re.'cords kept with lack
of regularity," going on to say, how
ever, that "the governor stated that
he didl not charge fraud or nisappro
priat ion of funds, and that the gover
nor himself had stated to the cot -
mittee thiat upon later inquiry of the
iEnte ,fuditor, he had learned that the
item f or upkeep of automobiles, really
the prmiepal item in the matter, "had
been paid by Mr. Richardson out of
his own private funds, and asked that
correet'en he ma''e :l is prtenti
tion to the committee." Senator Wil
Ihans finds that the charge of exceed
im': tle ep. ,: s, a-coon. is :ustair:ed,
but t : i'.inte'd cut at the h: -.
ii.g that after the passage of the
county license law," the activities of
the deparit ment were greatly enlarged
and the expense propioI'tionately in
creased; that the expense was less
than $301, made by air. R icharIson
under an opinion from the attorney
general's office and that "the reason
ableness of this excess expenditure is
1:own by th fet that the pit(sent
chief game warden has asked for and
re(eived at the' hantlds of the legisla
ture aini oxpense allowa nce of $1,800,
or $55d) more than the Richardson to
tal, mecluding the "excess."
As to lobbying, the majority sus
tai s the governor's chargt.es as to
ra'iit'r:l lobbying. which, it says, was
"in effet admitted by Mr. Richard.
5(n."' "'Senator WVill iamns finds t her,
was no test iony produced, before
the commniitt ee, however, to show thait
the, lobby,~ was unusual ort per'nic'ious
in its chara'.cter,"' but1 that Richardson
ON (;OOl SElICITlY
.J. l'. l l'-12Y,
AXtiorney at1 I.au,
SI~on sglice (I i d ii.c on i0 & tr t (',
I.O)A NM N l'(OTI AI'I,
n'i Firs -('lass iReal Estate MXort gages
P't RI)Y & O'HRYVAN,
- Attorneys at ILaw,
MXANNING, S. C.
J. Wt. WIDiEMAN
*Attornecy at Law
Otlies Ad ioining "'The Herald" Bildg.
i ,R. .1. A. COLE,
MANNING, S. C.
Uplstairs Over WVeinaberg's Corner
D~uRANTI & ELIE3RBE, t
Attorneys at Law,
M ANNING, S. C.
J. II. IESHSNEIi,
Attorney at Law,
MANNING, S. C.
R., 0. Purdy. S. OlIver O'Bryan. I
PURDY & ()'BRYAN,
MANNING, S. C.
Attorneys and Counselors at Ja.n
BIG SUCCESSFUL farmers,'
who know how to figure to their
best advantage, have booked large
THE CHEAPEST FERTILIZER.
SOME LARGE ORDERS BOOKED RECENILY.
Skottowe Wannamaker, St. Matthews, a car a day un
til further notice.
Julius H. Jahns, Charleston. ...--_ _ _... 500 tons
J. H. Hydrick, Orangeburg, -----........500 tons
.Nathan Eans, Marion --------------.. 100 tons
A. E. Gonzales, Columbia, -------.. _.._ _.-_ 500 tons
A. B. Gross, Gross Station -.--_._._.__1,200 tons
L. D. Jennings, Sumter, ............_ 2,000 tons
M. E. Rutlind, Batesburg, ...._..-----1,000 tons
And many other orders from large farm operators
who are equally well known.
STUDY these facts carefully and
you will see where it is to your ad
vantage to follow their example.
A Comparison We vill be glad to make credit
arrangements with responsible"
of the cost of plant food in com- parties, or we will accept wood in
mercial fertilizer and manure. exchange for manure. Wood to be
delivered during the summer
BASIC PRICE PER UNIT months.
Acid --------- ----------- $1.25 We specialize on car lot ship
ments. Cars average 33 tons. Buy
Ammonia . .------.---------$7.00 a car in conjunction with your
Potash .------------$6.00 neighbor and save freight.
Right now is the time to use ma
COMMERCIAL FERTILIZERS nure. Write us today if you are
Analysis- interested in rompt delivery. We
8-3-0 cost per ton----$37.00already have numerous orders
8-3-3 costprnbooked for prompt shipment; but
We will usC our best efforts to make
delivery in accordance with your
10-2-0 cost per' ton---------a$30.00 instructions.
MANURE FROM CAMP Shipment Made from Either Point
.JACKSON CAMIP JACKSON
Analysisl Columbia, S. C.
Acid, 0.45 a $1,25c---------$ .56
Ammonia, 0.68 at $7.00------4.76 CAMP WAI)SWORTH
Potash, 0.58 at $6.00 --------3.48 Spartanburg, S. C
KA~LI WOlI'TH OF MANURE BAsED ON COMMERCIAL, FERIIiZElu $8.80
OUR~ PRCE LESS THAN H1ALF THAT.
Make arrangemets vwith us now
for immediate as well as summer
Agents Wanted in Unoccupied Territory.
Columbia, S. C.
rankly s.dmiitte hlle and some fr'iendc s teopist oiia atin fo ihs idrfrcstefloig
nd sublord i'mAt os d id try to influnence ta.o ooe ihrIo, anaedsrbd tat fln '
ndl passage of the bill vetO(ed b~y thce nw spltclspotr fte FlET--Ihtta~ fln iut
overnlor'11 a n ht the facts showv thn a nnndiitain h ioi nClrno ony 9l~ ttcn
;1 opo~d r~n preponst.-: of t e orofSntrWlim itwl taiigTn(0 ace, or orb ,
'ill engaged in considerable lobbiyingliobev ,gosmrful toheh ned Nrh.by Ax Wle;
I a very customary way.cotoesthnteaortrpotothbWila;Eaty .A
lhoth reports find that the gover- ad~ ntol nefc neoea owoad Ws yBeigo
Or was mi (rror' as to the a mountLinoCloeRchrobtwen ulcRad
urned over by Richardson to the tetorprsaecntudtgt-SCN)-httato adi
chools. TIhe majiority says "the gov-.oteetr idn hw h lm-tesbrso h ilg fPrs
rnor stated that hewa in ~ ero." ieso h oenrscags oCae nCut, silSae
enator Williams says "this charge by'cnann w 2)ars oeo es
het governor is not sustained." TI'he adbudd ot yJh we
overnor's chiarge was t.hat Richa rd - t o Sot Caoia'atadSuhby .S. an ad
on had turned over to the schools lit- U etb h oetnPbi hal
Ie more than $6,000, whereas the ac-.sllln aigbidnso ae
unl amount turned over was more Cut rCacdnPrhsrt a o aes
n$10,500. I.0 ~TN
senators Williams, of Lancaster, S .Pom .V roSnnWlimbr ony ot ao
ohnstone, of Newberry, and McCown, Dgs aeMdsn lr ii ia
f Florence, the three members of theadews ro ,Plitf,
avestigating committee, all belong to drw
aor Indigestion, Constipation or ooIeedribefrCledoConynth4h
Biliousness Prun oa re nteaoe(a fMrh 08a 1ocoka
rust try one S0-"ent bottle of LAX-FOS saeics indb i oo ug nfrlteso icag seea
W/ITH PEPSIN. A LiquId Digestive Jh .Wloo uy1t,11,Itro h saeo a~lWsig
.,axative pleasant to take. Made and wl fe o aea ulcacin o,(eesd
ecomnmended to the public by Paris Medi, eoeteCutHuedo nMn
tine Co., manufacturers of Laxative Bromnowi:te4hdyo Mac,18,b- anng S.CEx utr
kunn n rv' TseescilT nic wn the plgial suportsae, of the Fb,4h 98