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With a few exceptions, this wa
men. Therefore, with limited ex
be paid by the rich men. Fight
rule-but not both.
LIVING AT H,
One phase of the food questio
influence is that of transportatio
periencing a serious car. shortag
rmy is mobilized this summer
chance for improvement.
Now the people themselves cai
remedy this matter. This can b<
effort all over the country to fee(
their own soil and produce a sum
plus would be used by the army
Every state, every county, ev
should organize its forces so the
ALL FOOD consumed in any se
IN that section.
For instance: A certain sectio
heretofore raised sufficient potat
tion. It should be the aim of tha
bushel needed for home consum
some to spare.
The same might be said of sn
duce, even corn itself. The great
the stuff itself on the ground a
This would release large numi
transporting the army and its st
If there were any means of acci
number of cars annually needed t
one locality where they are prop
others where they are not produ<
be astonished at the number regi
suggested the matter of distribt
You can not show your loyalty
by straining every nerve to mak
of any man in the matter of food
About the greatest commendatic
ma-n this year will be the familia
The president, the press, and we
orally are appealing to every citi:
increase the production of foodsti
win the war with Germany. Wit
crease in production we can not
we will be practically annihilated,
by the kaiser, and reduced to ult:
In the cities and countryside ar<
sands of men who have become ens
retired from business.
In the cities are also hundreds o:
who would willingly go out onto e
these rich men as a leader.
Throughout the country are mi
land that will not feel the bite o:
are no men available in the imme
These millionaires, with nothing t
over this idle land and put it unc
would. They, with their great wel
easily secure the workmen in their
that won them riches in commercia
pronounced success in p~roducing
yields from the soil. They would
aids to the government in its hor
But are they doing it? Are tH
pound of the enormous quantities
sary to the salvation of our counti
THEY ARE NOT!
With a very few isolated except
ease-riding around in their autc
gasoline that is needed for farm tr;
--consuming the food that other
government what to (do and doing
malking of themselves a millstone;
nation in its time of stress.
NOTICE 01F REGISTRATION. the To
-- -is a re:
Pursuant to Proclamation of Ilon. The
Woodrowv wilson, Preside'nt of the ous Ti
United States, and of lion. Richard-i I. therefo
Manning, Governor of south Caro- registr
lina, and b~y virtue of authority vest- TN"
ed in the undersigned as the Federal A.ilt
Board of Registration and Conscrip- o e
tion for Clarendon County, all male o e
citizens of said County, both white B. io(
and colored, married or unmarried, be--o e
tween the ages of 21 and 30 years,
both inclusive, are hereby required to C.Iwe
appear in person before the Township o e
Registrars for the said Township, in p, y
saidl County, at the places hereinafter 4i. Riel
dlesignlatedl, on June 5th, 1917, be Placee
tween the hours of 7 A. M. and 9 P. Sant<
14. andl register in accordance vi ith Rawlini
said Proclamations. of Reg
Each person must appear before saint
----------.. Business Manager
Y 23, 1917.
will be fought by poor
eeptions, its cost should
or pay, should be the
n that will have a big
n. We are already ex
'e, and in case a large
:onditions have a small
1 in a large measure
done by a substantial
I all of the people from
plus besides. The sur
or shipped to our allies
en every neighborhood
.t as nearly as possible
::tion shall be produced
n of country has never
oes for home consump
,t section to raise every
ption, and if possible
iall fruits, garden pro
consideration is to have
vhere it is needed for
>ers of cars for use in
irately determining the
o move foodstuffs from
duced in abundance to
:ed, we would no doubt
aired. But by the plan
ttion would be a small
in any better way than
e yourself independent
in that can be given any
r old phrase, "He lives
11 informed people gen
sen to do his utmost to
iffs so vitally needed to
:hout a tremendous in
win. If we do not win i
stripped of our wealth
thousands upon thou
>rmously rich and have
F thousands of idle men
farm with any one of
ilions of acres of farm
a plo0w because theret
diate communities. r
,o do, could easily take
[er cultivation-if they 't
ilth and prestige, could i
own cities. The brainst
.l life would bring them I
the greatest p)ossible
thus become invaluable ~
of peril. r
iey producing a singlez
of food that are neces- t
ions, they are living at jl
imobiles-using up thes
actors andl army trucks (
s p)roduce-telling the
around the neck of the
wvnship of which such person 5
4 id(en t.
followving is a list of the vari
wnships and the Registrars
r and ;he places where said 5
itiorn will be held in each t
m Townlship: Registrars: L.. s
1am' and R. A. Lewvrence. Place d]
istration: Pinewood. t
try Township: Registrars: P. t
ge andI E. C. Geddings. Place p
istration: Hlodge's Cornre.
dship Tfownship: Registrars:a
grown and J1. IB. H~arvin. 'Place n
istration: Panola. s
'aul Township: Regsitrars: W. s
ibourg and W. D. Allsbrooks. g
f Registration: st. Paul. ti
e Township: Registrars: C. F. ti
son andl 0. W. Nettles. Place n
Mark Township: Registrars: n
[HE HOME GUARD :
OF THE SOUTH
PROTECIS HO TES.
Precautionary Measures Very .es
sary at This Time.
Guarding the home is vit:i im
portant at all times. It is t:c .rice
>f happiness. The most dreadc I in
vader of our homes is sickness and
:lisease. There is hardly a s'ngle
form of disease that does not cone
3ither from the stomach or bloo 1.
You can guard your home ag iinst
lisease and ill health by. keeping in
the house the one great remedy that
teals and builds as no other medicine
can. "I suffered for a year with the
worst kind of blood disease," writes
Mrs. Emma Miller, of Bremen, Ala.,
R. 1. "Then I saw your advertise
ment by accident and got a bottle to
try. I am so glad to write you of the
quick and lasting results I got from
your wonderful remedy Sulferro-Sol."
"It may well be called "The Home
Guard" for it guards the homes and
family against sickness and brings
back health and strength when all
other medicines fail."
"I earnestly recommend this re
markable natural mineral medicine to
every sufferer. It is the greatest
healer and strengthener that money
Every Druggist sells Sulferro-Sol
because he believes in it's amazing
healing and building power.
Sulferro-Sol can be found at any
Drug Store. If your Druggist does
not have Sulferro-Sol he will order
it for you. The Murray Drug Co.,
Columbia, State Distributors.-adv.
Place of Registration: Duffey's Old
Concord Township: Registrars: A.
J. Richbourg and T. H. Gentry. Place
)f Registration: Summerton.
Saint James Townshhip: Reg
strars: Jeff M. Davis and J. E. Rowe.
Place of Registration: Davis' Cross
Sammy Swamp Township: Regis
rars: G. H. Curtis and R. A. Hodge.
?lace of Registration: Paxville.
Manning Township: Registrars: B.
V. Holladay and W. S. Plowden.
Place of Registration: Court House.
Mt. Zion Township: Registrars: E.
Coskrey and R. M. Johnson. Place
of Registration: Wilson.
Brewington Township: Registrars:
r. C. .Johnson and C. S. Land. Place
>f Registration: Forreston.
Plowden Mill Township: Registrars:
M. Jones and W. W. Johnson. Place
f Registration: Alcolu.
Midway Township: Registrars:
[ohn J. Epps and H1. M. McIntosh.
'lace of Registration: Barrow's Mill.
Harmony Township: Registrars: M.
3. Hudnall and J. D. Daniels. Place
f Registration: Chandler's.
New Zion Township: Registrars: S.
McFaddin and J. H. Hardy. Place
if Registration: New Zion.
Douglas Township: Registrars: T.
I. Coker and W. J. Buddin. Place of
Sandy Grove Towvnship: Registrars:
1. E. Smith and J. H. Hami. Place
*f Registration: McFaddin's Store.
Those w~ho shall have attained their
won ty- first bi rthday and who shall
ot have attained their thirty-first
irthday on or before the 5th (lay of
une are required to register and
hose who fail to register on said day,
etwveen said hours, shall suffer the
enalties provided und~er the Federal
TIhere are heavy Federal penalties
gainst all persons wvho in any mani
er obstruct, hinder or prevent sneh
egistration and~ we call upon all citi
ens of the County to co-operate with
'ie Registrars in this important work
nid request, and to this -endl we ask
rdat all citizens give the widest pub
city to the Proclamations of Presi
ent Wilson andl Governor Manning
i that every person in Clarendon
ounty who is required to register
hall do so on .Junc 6th.
A. C. Bradham,
E. C. Dickson,
J. M. Windham,
larendonr County Federal Board of
Registration and Conscription.
Manning, S. C., May 21, 1917.
V'THl TrHE ORCHARD
Clemson College, S. C., May 19.
Venther conditions have been very
rying as wvell as unfavorable on
otli the orchard and garden this
prinig, therefore, let's not forget to]
o our part towardls Tnaintainingi
lese valuable assets; as no part of1
rio farm will ~give greater returns
er given: ares.1
Orcharding:-Summer pruning of
Il fruit trees should be begun this
sonth, as this saves much unneces-]
iry pruning during the winter,
trengthens the tree, develops a1
renter fruiting surface, and lessens I
ie danger of insects spreading from*
ie (lead and broken branches which
lay be removed at this time. Sum
oer pruning consists largely of thin- ;1
ing from the centres of the olde~ri
Suit for sprir
We are si
ful and vari
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The D. J. CI
The Home of I
shortening back the terminal branch- two
es of the younger trees. All prun- for I
ings should be removed from the Ga
orchard, as where these are allowed der
to remain under the trees or nearby plans
insects will find ideal hibernating late
Stimulate the growth of the trees, cush
and prevent the growth of weeds nips,
and grass, by planting a cover or cann
companion crop. Where the trees
have made a poor growth, dig in
around each tree as far out as the
branches extend, a mixture of equal
parts of cottonseed meal and acid
phosphate aplied at the rate of one
pound for one year old trees and
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Ie Type Used in One Year to Pub
lish Endorsements of Doan's
Of the many kidney remedlies on
the market today, none other is ree
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Porty thousand benefited p~eople glad
ty testify in the newspapers of their
>wvn towns. Forty- five hundred
American newspapers publish this
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ased in one year to tell this wonder
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soundl glad tidlings to any Manning
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icy and bladder ills. Here's a Man
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Mrs. HI. P. Jenkinson, Church St.,
says: "I suff'ered from pains in my
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cidnoys andl relieving the misery in
OVER THREE YEARS LATER,
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)oan's Kidney Pills occasionally when
ny kidneys have troubled me and
hey have never failed to give me re
Price 50ce, at all dealer8. Don't
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ecommended. Foster-Milburn Co.,
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for a cool, coi
towing a larg
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$6.00 to $1
$8.00 to $1
$12.50 to $1
'hese Suits a
ewest things in
ibric and' we
at they will p1<
LL AND LOOK T
lart Schaffner ,& Mar
and one-half pounds per tree weath
)caring trees, in sh
rdening:-During the remain- firmer
of this month and early June, wheel
the following vegetables for them.
summer and fall use:-tomatoes, Wr
age, collards, squash (striped Clems
iws), beans, Southern prize tur- No.
and a few rows of corn for and
ing. For best results in dry denin
I BEG TO I
The.Public, My Ct
that MISS HI. R. KRISTVIANSON is:
My optical business will continue as
and best of service. I have all origin
petent man in charge of optical depa
SON, who comes to me from Johnsto,
of the best colleges in this country
his diplomas from both of the follo,
Institute, P'eoria, Ill., and Illinois Co
Otology, Chicago, Ill., with ten years
TIhanking you for past business
pleasure of serving you In the futurn
to adjust your glasses without charge
that has had glasses fitted in my og
unsatisfactory we will gladly correct
will be no charge.
W. A. T HO.
Jeweler and Opt
No. 6 Sonth. Main St..
it in hot
re in the
Sumter, S. C.
er, small seed should be sown
allow furrows on the level and
I into the soil by rolling a
barrow or wheel hoe over
te the , Horticultural Division,
on College, S. C., for circultr
7. "Home Canning of Fruits
Vegetables," also "Home Gar
10 longer employed by me.
before with improvements
ii prescriptions and a comn
rtment, MRt. WV. D. JACK
vn, Pa., a graduate of twb
teaching optics, and has
ving: Bradley Polytechnic
liege of Opthalmology and
of practical exp~erience.
and hoping to have the
.It is always a pleasure
and if there is a customer
tical department that are
he trouble for which there
SU MTER. S. C.