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SCHEDU.E Of THE
Clemson College, July 19.-The
Campaign for the establishment of a
better system of cotton grading,
warehousing, and marketing, which
began with three general meetings
at Anderson, July 15th, Orangeburg,
July 16th, and Kershaw, July 17th,
will be continued by means of meet
ings at two or three places in each
county during July and early August.
The places in each county at which
meetings will be held have been an
nounced by means of posters and
other local advertising. Further in
formation as to places and dates
may be obtained from the county
agents. The Extension Service work
ers and the officers of the South Car
olina Cottoii Association and the
State Warehouse Commission will be
aided in the Campaign by a number
of able speakers including Governor
R. A. Cooper, Hon. A. F. Lever, Mr.
J. A. Evans, and Col. T. J. Shackle
ford. Below is the schedule by coun
ties for the four parties conducting
Party No. I
Anderson County, July 15 and 16.
Oconee County, July 17 and 19.
Abbeville County, July 20 and 21.
Greenwood County, July 22 and 23.
McCornick County, July 24 and 26.
Laurens County, July 27 and 28.
Newberry County, July 29 and 30.
Richland County, August 3 and 4.
Lexington County, August 5 and 6.
Saluda County, August 7 and 9.
Edgefield County, August 10 and 11.
Party No. 2.
Do You Wa
Begin the year right
or repairing the one you
a small bill of lumber us(
save you many dollars.
either. Write us for pr
South Harvin St.
Near Express Oi
Sand look ov
h ~ave to s
our line ne:
come to to'
I be you are
Swhat we h4
Ibut would j
I privilege ax
I of showing
a will give y
I Prices and
a ways in lin<
Sus when in
Kershaw Courity July 17, 19 and 20.
Lancaster County, July 21 and 22.
York County, July 23 and 24.
Chester County, July 26 and 27.
Fairfield County, July 28 and 29.
Union County, August 2 and 3.
Spartanburg County, Aug. 4 and 5.
Cherokee County, Aug. 6 and 7.
Greenville County, Aug. 9.
Pickens County, Aug. 10 and 11.
Party No. 3.
Orangeburg County, July 16 and 17.
Calhoun County, July 19.
Dorchester County, July 20 and 21.
The next time
you buy calomel
al otab s
The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are
nausealess, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain.
ed and improved. Sold
only in sealed packages.
nt a Home?
by beginning your home
have. A few shingles or
d at the proper time may
We can help you with
ces, grades, etc.
Sumter, S. C.
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and Heating Co.
9ice. Phone 155
NJG, S. C.
tow you in'
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not in the'*
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ave for sale,Ig
five us thelg
1id pleasure g
you thru g
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ch goods as'g
3. Stop with'g
THE MANNING TIMES, Mai
its place k
genius has i
Built in a
tory- by e
What the I
of value is i
need not b<
Call for the
.Jasper County, July 22. State in
Hampton County, July 23 and 24. steps 10
Allendale County, July 26. to make
Barnwell'-County, July 27 and 28. ker.
Aiken County, August 3 and 4.
Bamberg County, J-uly 29 andA 30 )PINCE
Sumter County, July 7, 8, 9 and~ 1(4.
Lee County, August 5 and (1.
iParty No. 4. .Berlin,
Chesterfield Counvty., July 19 :and 20. Ilohenzd
Marlboro County, Jarly 21 and 22. Emperor
'Darlington County,.July 28 u~nd 24.. todaiy in
Florence County, July 26 and 27. Joaci
Marion County, July 28 and 29. financia'l
:l'ilon County, July 30 and Aug. .2.. vorcedl.
Williamsburg County, Aug. 8 and 4
Clarendon County, Aug. 5 and 6. Prince
Berkeley County, August 7 and 9i. 17, 1890,
Georgetown County, Aug. 10 andl v. late war
Schedule will be u.enouncedl later eastern
for 'Colleton, Hlory, Beaiufort am'd the war
Charleston Counties. ing in Ii
- -_ o----- - was fear,
ONE DOLLAR DEMNOCRAC'Y When he
Colunmbia, July 18.-A vigorous had seve:
ous campaign to raise funds for the -ture, ant
National blemocratie party has bee in rious ilhi
augurated by the South Carolina de.. Joachir
moeracy. Every D~emocratie voter in PrIincess
South Carolina wil Ibe asked to con- svho) then
tribute as much as $1 to help defray (old- A
the exprenses of the campaign, which the preCs
wii bring noccess to the party in thre bro)ught:
November election. The Pr
A nnouncement was madle todlay from r'ankled a.
G;reenville' by Tlhomas P. Cothrian, Sim thc
chairman of the State Democratic exc en h
euittive cominittee that .Joe Sparks, of to t he el
Columbia, had been appointed financial Ito) the U
dlirector to have charge of thwecamn- treaty Ywe
paignr to raise funds for tihe patty in
South Carolina. Sl
"Every D~emocrat in South (Carolina get the hi
is P epectedl to (do his dluty bry subiscrih- ( \E~
img as mruch as $1 to the camp~aignr,"
said Mr. Cothran.
''The iea of dollar dlemornery s Mxc
tine one,'" sa id Gover-nor tobrert A. M.~ Gurapa
Cooper. "Every D)emocrat in Southb sent enced
Carolina can contriburte as muche i as $1 courit nma
for the success of the party in the (Iharged
nat ional campraign."' this mrr
D emoncratie leaders will be asked by Gurajar a
Mr-. Sparks to give assistance through k illed G
out thre State. The menmbers of the (chief in trl
State executive committee from thre a year at
various couintiesi in the State will hae to Clhihur
asked to join in the carnvass. stated thr
South Carolina is hnlahy tir ci~t le ..a.
minng, S. C.
in the tire field
restone 31/2 takes
)eside the half
ucts of universal
y of concentrated
)ulk of the peo
as the standard
rs of small cars
)ther with meth
:s, or guarantees.
Firestone 3 .
the country to take active facto governm
king to raising :a great fund Salurday near
sure of success next Novern- the arrest of Q
JOCII Minister of wva
:tbor tedl a n .at t:
July l8.-Prince JToachnn of .
hern, youngest son of fo rmer ::::m
ni is believed -to have be'en in G s
straits, ie recently was di
? to 12]
o.Jachimi was horn Decembei .A ny dAef
in Berlin. He served in the- Snd for
on both the western~ and Ll.
ronts. In the first year of
beo was wVoundled in the fight,
rance and fur a long 'time hi -23es
at that he would not recover.
did recover' he was trans- "
the Russian front, whlere. he --.
-al narrow errap~es fr om cap
ni was mfarrt iedt in 191 6 to ~ ( I
Marie Augustine, of Anal t, J
was .just seveenn ear~is
isp~atch from Par is early in
ent year said .Joach imn had lU '
muit for dtivorce.
annce during the wa.r was % INSEJ
a popular hero inC Gemny.
endt of the war little has i
~ardt of hiim. One report wais 1E A go
feet that he hopedi to co(me al (iOSfl.'
mltedt States after the peacet
is signied. ou,.
BYV l''l(NG~ Sl D 2 desit'
City, .July I8.-- i Ge .ti YOs
rdan insurgent, who was i~ue to 1
to dea th by a summaryo
rtial at Monterey laist n It
,vitht rebellioni, wasI\ execte d .
ing by- a firing squiatd.j~
to, who was repoited( toi have'
ni. Emiiliano ZapitaI hanit
1e Statte of Mlorbos moreI than
o, rebelled( receint ly en r ote
hua with I ,300O men. It wa s
it fey followed in the rev~ol. t 1
pursuted closely by the deE E E
Gray Tube $3.75
Red Tube $4.50
nt. forces and captured olutionary movement (;f Ne o Leon
Monterey shortly after It is believed that other malcontents
,m Pablo Gonzalez, who involved have been interned or are
it ack on Monterey. fleeing tovar dthc United States these
Gen. P. Elias Calles, iciig Bi.Gn.Rcro Gn
the execution c:i Gun a lefe heft h apc
:arres of Gnae rsn Gonzale nlAtoi ad
It i&ersbeiedtaohe manntes
.retivd rrl~ ol sinled an e er en Einenedror r
Iorv low~r-Pr~fleeSw ig-olindte Unie Staghs
'tr111 y luchwhchelimuarris. dangaer and AnC5tiol d
n(t t ognizaikg)( rev- to Io. igL co ni
(lilieit &od K eose eEn ie
(GOLUIMIIA SUPPLY COMP~ANY
'Gervais SL- (olunmbia S. C.
R BANK and
'AABE our FutureI
9d fuitnre without saving is something that!f
often happen, you know.
ist itution is a priogr'essive mone11y saving
Ilicit the patronag3te Of these whose person
bute's are likewise-and t hose who ea rnest
e to bec(omie suich.
neCver r'egret mlonley saved. Trf(le is no0
egret when it is gone.
SBank of Manning
JOSEPHI SPROTT, President
T. M. MOUZ7N, eCah: