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FGIHT IN IIUISANA
Leaders Divided Over Issue to Come
Up in May
NEW GOVERNOR FAVORS IT
State May Be Offered Chance to Be
come "Thirty-sixth" to Ratify.
Newv Orleans, April 4.--A bitter
fight in the Louisiana Legislature over
the woman suffrage issue is predicted
b~y authorities on State politics, par
ticularly in the event that Louisiana
is offered thc chanice to accept or re
.ject the proposition to become the
"thirty-sixth State.' The Legislature
meets May 10, the first scheduled as
sembly after that of Delaware.
In the first place woman suffragists
themselves are divided on ratification.
Mrs. Lydia Wickliffe IHolmes, State
chairman of the National Woman's
party, is leading the fight for ratifi
Miss Kate Gordon and Miss .Jean
Gordon ,ardent suffragists for many
years andl widlely knowvn as efficient
organizers, have condluctedI intensive
campaigns against suffrage by federal
To abort a cold
and prevent com
alota s /
The purified and refined
caloxpel tablets. that are
nausealess, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain.
ed and irpproved. Sold
only in sealed package.
To the who many w1
come to this store wl
sortment of Dresses,
Sport Coats at
Dresses and Skii
ihine Blouses al
ises at 10 Per C
You will find the nei
while the Assortmeni
ta Check, worth 50c ya
Buy now while you .
Help Pave the Drive
amiendment. They seek suffrage onl
by State enactment, holding to the su
prlemacy of State's rights.
State's Rights First.
Governor Pleasant has consistenti
opposed any woman suffrage privileg
es granted, in any way which woul
violate the doctrine of State's right
and he is known to have many fol
lowers. Gov. Pleasant, however wi
go out of office May 4 and will be sur
ceeded bly John M. Parker. lie assisl
edl in dlrafting the Progressive party
platform in 1916 in wvhich wvoman sui
frage was made an impl)lant plani
An advocate of State's rights he hes
ertheless has promisedl his support I
the cause of national suffrage.
Although the attitnde of the leade2
of the New Orleans "organization'
no't positively known at present. Ma)
or h3ehrmnan in the past has oppose
suirrage. ie is the recognized lead<(
of the city "organization." Suff'ragisi
claim, however, that it has bee
strongly intimated to them that tI1
"'organ ization'' willI not actively or
jose avorable action at this timde.
UNCim SAM KEEP
ING CANDY Pl't
Candy in interstate commerce, thi
United States Depai'tment of Agricu
ture tells the manufacturers, must b
pure and must carry a label that tell
the truth. The box or container. thr
goe sto the consumer should bear
conspicuous lallel showing the ne
weight. Wheil the canay is p~ut ui
under the name of the wholesaler o
jobber, the name appearing on th
label should be precedled by "manu
factured for" or some such words, s,
tha tthe purchaser may knowv that Lh
name is not that of the manufacturei
Mixed candies labeled "fruit flavors
are misbranded if any artificial frui
flavors are usedl. Tfhe word "maple
or even the picture of a maple lea
must not appear on the label of con
fection sin which no maple sugar os
sirup is usedl. A false or misleadin;
statement atppearing on the label ij
not cured by a correct statement some
where else on the label. '
On the question 'of purity, harmles:
colors that do not conceal inferiorita
are permittedi. The use of shellac anc
other gums for coating is prohibited
The dlepartment holdls that saccharir
Is Injurious to health and its use ir
candly Is prohibited. Talc, tec'ra alba
barytes, chrome yellow ,alcohol, nar
cotic drugs, and mineral substancel
of all kindsanrn eianllyo11 fo..dd,
io wait until after East<
iile the Civic League is
Suits, Sport Coats, Blo
is wonderful values to
0 Per 4
ts at 15 Per Cent
: 10 Per Cent.
vest things here, and v
is large---Your kind ai
rd, Special Price, 33c.
5et the benefit of Redu
way in School Groun
V in confectionery by t1ir terms of the
- law. The use of cocoa dust in the
manufacture of Chocolate goods is held
to be objectionable. A harmless min
eral oil may be used as a slab dress
ing if, used in such way that little
s or none of the oil is incorporated in
the finished candy. Any of the deci
sions or opinions relating to the ap-l
plication of the Federal food and drugs
act, to confectionery may be obtained
uponI reqluest from the Buea of
Chem istor, United States D~epartmentI
YOUTNG BOY K(ILLED)
BY AN AUTOMOIL E
H Gafe, A pril 5.-J.ohn Hlorn, a
boy 12 years of age, was run over and
dI killed by ana automobile ono Cherokee
avenueC in Giainey at .5:45 o'cloec< this
s~ aft ernoon. Paul Leech was driving~
" the car wvhich was~ going at a moderate
e 'ate of speed, it is said, when the ac
cidlent occurred. Mr. H uggins, a trav
eling man of Laurens, was ini the eau
at the time.
. I will apply to the Probate Court
of Clarendon County, S. C., on Mon
C day, May 3, 1920 at eleven o'clock in
5 the forenoon for a final discharge as
t adlministrator of the estate of Mat-:
a fthew Ranceroft Le'sesne, dleceased.
t13 -5te. Fred Lesesne.
r NOTlICE OF DISCHARGE.
I will apply to the .Judge of Probate
- for Clarendon County on the 1 2th jlay
of April, 1020, at 11 o'clock A. M
for letters of disclharge as guardian
,for Pearl Byrd, formally Pearl G'ed..
,ldmgs, a minor.
Pinewood, S. C., March 9, 1920.
NOTICE 0OF ELECTION
NOTICE IS HIEREIBY GIVEN that
the regular election of the registered
electors of the Town of Manning will
1)e held on the 12th day of April, 1920
for the purp~ose of electing a Mayor
and six Aldermen to serve for the
next two ensuing years, and for a
ICommissioner of Public Works to
serve for a term of six years. Said
election wvill be held in the Town Hall
of the Town of Manning; polls winL
openi at eight o'clock A. M. and re
main open continuously until four
o'clock P. M.
That Joseph S. Dickson, Joseph W.
Rigby and S.' E. Ingram have been
dongnnted na man....rs of.add
unUUM u:to l:l:ts: unt: u
.r to buy, we wish to s;
in charge and find
uses, Skirts, Etc., at S
be had here now.
. Off. Women's (
Off. Women's Xj
re guarantee the prices
,id size is in stock now,
36-Inch Bleach, free from
:-ed Prices and we get
tion and will conduct the same ac
cording to law.
By order of Council.
T. F. Coffey,
Attest:- M r
.J. C. Huggins, of
Clerk and Treasurer.
This remarkable plant opera
under full load mounted
three ordinary drinking glas
Experts and laymen alike
are amazed at the quietness
and lack of vibration in the
Silent A lamo.
There are a score or mores
of electric Iight and powers
plants that will generat
.electricity. But how long
will they last? H-ow often
will ,they require attention?
Service is what you want.
And to guarantee it y ui
must get a plant that does
not vibrate-that runs
smoothly and quietly--that
won't shake nuts and bolts
and bearings loose - andlr
be out of commission ina
few months. Select the
--the plant endorsed by prominent eni
where. The only plant in thc world with
botating, oleeve-valve motor. The scientif
p lant that does not ylbrate and that willa
house or shake itself to pieces. The pia
nio special anchoring or concrete found
1118a built right.
R~emember This. No electric light plan
pendable than its motor. And no ma
good, can operatc efliciently for more
short period when subject to severe
stands to reason.
xy that they can nov
a, magnificient As
pecial After Easte:
l Coat Suits an<
ixeorgette and C
oile and Orge
are right. Buy nov
dressing, worth 50c,
10 per cents of sale.
To vehicle Own3ers of Clrenldo
>unty: The law requires You to rep
Ler your vehicles in the Supervisor
lice by the first of Alay 1920.
Licenses, $1.Q0 on one horse, $2.0
Ic Llyht amd Power IF
inerts every. Come in and~
the noiseles', All parts, except ti
ically balanced cornp act, durable ui
riot shake the mechanically perfec
nt that needs Automatic governo
stion, because motor at every pair1
even the least expel
is n~oe de. Come in yourself or
tot howeer viration njo dh
than a very extent by inlstalliing I
vibration. It perfectesd and longe
and see for youreell
IOTOR CO. Man
onl two horse vehicles and $3.00 onl log
earts. Penalty for non-compliance
$25,00 or 30 days. Please come or
n senld inl as quick as you canl and get
your license plates.
3 Yours very truly,
J. E. KELLY,
oe btero hore vseiled $3.0 o-lo
$2.0 All mo0n parts. leaesemeo
t. Itn in ractick impssi yor a n e
iouelce se j~at d tdaae
fre Yrmterious effectrly,
:trc lghtan poer o te uervi