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A sewig, Machine that is quiet, light'running, siinp
A sewing niachine that looks like a's music cabinet In t
saves thread, time, strength and money.
is the oly machine combining all these qualities. It ha
A Guaranteed Bond Against Fire
water, tornado, lightning, breakage,,r any other destroying cause
is issued with each The FREE sewing machine. We replace even
a broken needle. This Guarantee Bond is goode for five years The
FREE is the only sewing machine that is sold with this Guarantee
Tiis Means to You
THAT if your home burns and The FREE Sewing Machine is
either destroyed or injured, I will supply, a new The FREE
Sewing Machine without cost.
THAT if in cyclone or flood, your machine is rendered unfit for
use, I will replace it without expense to you.
The Big Free Demons
HONOR ROLL Sixth Grade
MANNING SCHOOLS Corinne McKelaney, Edna Thames, t
Frances Brown, Frances Dickson,
Second Grade Hattie Breedin, John D. Gerald, Lily r
Ashton Plowden, 96; Elizabeth Or- Emma Sprott, Mrgaretta Shope, Mil
vin,96; ill SueRigyy ,9G;MaryW.dred Smith, Moultrie Bagnal, Virgin- t
vin, 96; Lilla Sue Rigby, 95; a is Alma Bradham. Williams Avant.
Heriot, 94; Zella L. Harilee, 95; Ida
M. Lowder, 94L James Cole, 93; Les- Eighth Grade
ter Miller. 92; tuldrow Windham, 92; Mary Metropol, 98; Mary Sue Wil- k
Robert Chbndler, 91; Evelyn Davis, sop, 96; Mary Rigby, 95; Elizabeth
90. Creecy, 95; Craven Bradham, 95; g
Third Grade Alice lark, 94; Bernice Alsbrook, 93; b
Virginia Irvin ,98; Dorothy Ridgill Grace Thames, 92; Madeline Shope,
97; Audrey Young, 95; Albert Wein- 9 Estelle Alsbrook, 90; Bessie Ma
berg, 92; Walter Ridgway,91; Glenn
Dickson, 91; Ruth Boger, 91; LillianNitGrd
Ervin, 90; Margaret Creecy, 90; Effie Cahrn AvtJe radn
Jones, 90. Mrh ugsVrii egr
Fourth Grade IenHrnRlhKnVgias
Carmen Arant, Louise Brown, Rosa zi eaLd pot
Geiger, Pearl Hirschman,- Olivia Hor
ton, Helen Katizoff, Winnie Plowden,GOEFROD
Gertrude Rigby, Sidney Abrams,I
Steve Bradham, Warren Clark, H ugh Rslsta atAeWa pelI
Davis, Charlton Du Rant, Alston Ger--)Mnig epe1
ald, Milton Jaye. Kde ufrr nMnigwn
VignaCoffey, 94; Mattie Hortonmr hntmprr eif
92; Etlsn Ridgeway, 91; Oliver Alls-Te atrslsta at
brook, 91; Elizabeth Richardson, 91; eslsikMr.Wlstlsao.
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leand durable.. A sewing machine that takes up less room
he parlor, a serving table in the dining room and a beaut
(Invented and Patented b.y W. C. Free
is a rigid feed, large bobbin, thread-saving needle bar, aut
For beauty, lightness and speed, it stands unequaled.
THAT should you through accident in moving or otherwise, break
any part or the whole machine, I will replace that part or
the machine gratis.
THAT if you break a needle, if you break a belt, or if one wears
out, if you break any attachment, I will replace theseparts
to you absolutely without cost.
In addition The FREE is guaranteed for life against defect in
material and workmanship.
The FREE is entirely sanitary, because it stands off the floor
6 1-2 inches, so dust can not collect underneath.
The FREE is built along graceful, slender lines, similar to that
of a beautiful music cabinet; therefore will grace your parlor, your
sitting room, your drawing room, or any room in your home.
When the lid .is turned back, the head lifts automatically into po
-sition, the treadle lowers automatically to the floor, and the machine
is automatically belted-therefore ready for immediate use.
tration will be at Our S
)DY IS CORDIALLY
MANNING, S. C.
Doan's Kidney Pills have stood the Presbyterian church, and senior pasta
ast and stood it well. in poit of service in Manning, pre
Why experiment with an untried sided at the meeting and on behalf a
edicine? himself and his congregation extende(
People here in Manning have shown a cordial welcome to the new pastor
e way. The Rev. C. B. Smith, pastor of thi
Read Mrs. Wells' story. Methodist church, also extended
She says: "I suffered from dull, very happily a hearty welcome, as di
agging backaches, pains across my Mr. J. K. Breedi , representing the
idneys, headaches and dizziness. I Baptist congregation. The response o
of a box of Doan's Kidney Pills from Mr. Holley to th several addresses
urns' Drug Store and found them to was in full keeping with the spirit an
e just what I needed. In a short time tenor of the welcome tendered. There
was relieved of the aches and pains was a large combined congregation at
1 my back and had no further tront- the meeting. The singing was lid by
e from my kidneys."t e of the al ti con
- A Lasting Cure geain
FOUR YEARS LATER, Mrs. Wells M.Hle isreetyCncfa
rid: "The cure Doan's Kidney Pills i h ok o h niSlo
ave me has-been a lasting one." LeueHsccd heRvl'M
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't[ihtotwolftheptotehr
impy ask for a kidney remedy-get t naei vneitcwr
'oai.'s Kidn'ei Pills-the same thatCa Jaksnudrteupisa
irs. Wells has twice publicly recoin- teBpitHm iso or
eaded. Foster Milburn Co., Props.,thsSae
uffalo, N. Y.
NEW PASTOR WELCOMED feetlclcuhseahunr
ev. J.B. Holly Heartily Received at cnomt vt h ceeo o
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lace. 'rho Rev L. B. Menoi' of.telofo the hwlcoe ted.e~. red. Ther
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iful stand in the bedroom. A sewing machine that
omatic lifting head and 30 other vital improvements.
The FRE) has six complete sets of ball bearings, making this
the lightest and smoothest running sewing machine ever built.
The FREE is so constructed that you can sit at the machine in
the position that is most comfortable for you, either directly in
front or to the side of the needle, as you prefer. This is the only
sewing machine built with which you can sit at any position with
ease and comfort.
Ample room for sewing materials is provided in the drawers
and spool racks fastened to the inside of the door, an'l as you sit
at the machine it. is very handy for you to reach your spools, your
scissors, oil can, attachments, or other sewing material.
The Rotoscillo movement, the rotary take-up, the six e.ets of ball
bearings, the automatic head latch, the rotary spool pin, and 32
oher points of superiority make The FREE the best of sewing ma
tore on February 8th,
CITATION OF LETTERS Kindred and Creditors of the said
OF ADMINISTRATION Rosa Gre:?tree,
Rosa Cr !ntree, dbeceased, that they
Countyohe and app before me in the Court
By of CM rend o b of Probate, to be held at Manning on
By J M.Wiaham proateJu~ge: the 11th (lay of February next, after
WHEREAS, Oscar P. Johnson publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
made suit to me to grant him Letters to show cause, if any th' y
of Adminsitration of the Estate and hive. why said Administration should
effects of Samuel E. Johnson not E grane.
THESE ARE, THEREFORE, to (lay of January, Anno Domini, 1918.
cite and admonish all and singular J. M. Windhani,
the Kindred and Creditors of the sad Juge of Probate, Clarendon County.
Sanuel E. Johnson, dleceased. that
they be and appear bei'ore me, in the NOIETCEDOR
Court of Probate, to be held at Man
ning, on the 18th dlay, of February Alpesnhaigcim aant
next, after publication hereof, at 1 1 teett fT .Tsae bcae
o'clock in the forenoon, to showv cause, vllreethe (uyatsedan
if any they have, why the said Ad-thsowgsadeaewilmk
ministration should not be grantedl. pyett h lrinc ulfe
-(GIVEN under my hand this 29thexutrofhesieta.
(lay of January Anno Domiini, 1918. H y IDIE
J. M. 'WINDHAM,T..TIDIE
J5udge of Probate. Eeuos
- -Maing and C,itr ofan 14, 1918
Resar dGrentroe, dcoastat tn or
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ofuitototme to beahtlhimtLMatningof
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Will nnexd ofthe Etatean~ ofLxtie graanted.~ . I:~i n
fects of Ros GreentreVEcomm nde mytan the ulcb ais 2Md
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