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I R !eF THfE TID
: TO the Banks and Trust Companies
and the Public of the FiftFerat
Reserve District: t eea
Following is the anonuncement of
the Secretary of the reasury relating a
to, the Third Liberty Loan:
Lonwlbe30,0,00thrgh"The amount of the Third Liberty I
L- rwl bea~o $3 ,0 , 0the right t
being reserved to allot bonds up to
the full amount of any oversubscrip
tion. The bonds will beiar interest tl
at the rate of 4 1-4 per cent per an- e
num, will be dated and bear interest
from May 9, 1918, and will mature si
September 16, 1928. The first cou- i
In connection with our
GROCERIES of all k
a Fish House. Fror
nice Fresh Fish eves
Bass, Whiting, P
and King IN
We will sell by the stria
Call Phone 79 arid
-'d we will se
Help Win t
Buy Thrift Stamr
p. Buy a Baby Bond
It will be worth $5.00 o
This is 4 per cent. comp
Go to your Banker,
or any prouressive I
and ask for inform a
~W. S, S. 8SO.D E
This space patriotic
to War Savings Co
Manning Oil Mill.
Trying to insill into
mnindj the fact that We
Hlardlware and Tools
description of miuch I
ity than can be elses
ct~redI and at a much'
- We have long bee
the qreat bargai
Hardware and T
for bench or agrv
We have Tools '
pen will be fo'r 129 d $un
will be payable Sotember,, 1918
after which interest will be payable
semi-annually, March 15th apd Sep.
tember 15th. -This Arrangemient as tc
nterest dates is made in order tc
avoid having the interest payments
)n this series of bones fall upon ap
)roximately the same dates as those
he Second Liberty .Loan.
"The bonds are not eoni.ertjble and
re not subject to call for redemption
efore maturity. The bonds carry the
ame exemptions from taxation as
hose of the Second Liberty Loan.
"The bill authorizes the Secretaryof
rie Treasury to purchase Third Lib-a ndst teaouto
rty loan Bonuds to the amount of
ne-twentieth of the original issue of
ich bonds during the first year, and
each subsequent year, one-twentieth
Full Line of FANCY
inds, we have added
n here you can get r
ryday. consisting of
19 and pound also. 1
ask for what you led
rve yOu. Deliveries f
MannIo, S. C.
V 7,AR I
he W a !
ps at 25c.
I for $4.15. r
n January 1. 1923.
ounided quarterly. fn
ally dlona ted
- tter qual
ai known as
.h house for
or all tradles at
of the amount outstanding at the be.
ginning of each subsequent year, un
til the expiration of one year after
the termination of the war. A simi
lar provision is made in the bill with
respect to the bonds of the Second
Liberty Loan and the bonds issued
upon conversion of bonds of the First
Receivable for Inheritance Taxes
"Third Liberty Loan Bonds, which
have been owned by .a person for six
months prior to the date of his death,
Avill be acceptable at par and accrued
interest in payment or United States
inheritance taxes upon his estate. This
applies also to 4 1-4 per cent bone..
issued upon conversion.
SDuration of Campaign
"The campaign will open April 6th
and close May 9th. I
"Subscriptions will be payable in
the following installments:
5 per cent on application;
20 per cent on May 28th;
35 per cent on July 18th;
, 40 per cent on August 15th.
"No mnstallmenit payment is requir
et to be made in the month of June
on account of the tax payments whic
are due in that month.
Payments in Full
t Payment in full may be made with
the application on or before May 4th,
but bonds will not be delivered before
ay 9th on any subscription for an
Imount exceeding $10,000.
Payment in Certificates of Indebted,
'pull payment may be completed
inon subscriptions for any amount on
Flay 9th or any subseiuent install
nent (late. Payment of any install
ment, including the first installment
)f 5 per cent, or payment in full may
)e made in Treasury Certificates of
indebtedness, except those maturing
%pril and June 25th,
Payment by Credit
"Qualified depositary banks and
rust companies may make payment
>v credit upon the subscription of
hemselves and their customers, but
mn1. to "
nake aninwiit hi T"'
a e. o f biedr. es tary kj
e furnishedi i (iie coursew,
' "ISi YARN,
,"O1LS POSSIHLE 'ALE
New York, April 7. --Ths isn't a in
ish story; it's u W ale, S
"Pop" Fredh'icks had just come i
ack from a fishin' trip int Floriia. ni
f. you've been down to the Washing- <h
cm market to buy pork, any day iir
ince 1876 you know "Poap". Henry J.
i his real title, but 'Pip" is his pork ti
e plume. s'
Besides owning Nie leredericks pork
rork .being proIk'(dent of the Pilsener
athletic Club, 4nd also of the i',e 1
'ot Fishing 'Club out at State i t..
"'d. "P'op" 'also weighs are(9.Jn l() ' T
ounds and goes fishing.
He wes-S a white apr,,, .?;(1 wields'
long kuiife when he iyour porkwih
-and 5',ou say "He "h411 the wor E
-gnn. But wV to a \?'i run for you' o
raii, along with -a4 . million other Ii
immuters, vith l a mdheton oathern
our arm, eop Atis to his Riverside
ngc bwcilor ..kpartment in it 'lmou
ne with, a Chkt)' four and f'at','tian. He
th. arid *I( 1 . Jap valet, a 'l'urkish
n a T .'k eI 'th incense and jazz to
Pp o1 h. V alace.
Pon, n s C., "brought home the
e n Ote early days.
arket mol ap was entertaining the
mg Key , with his fish stories of
'ye ,, 'Ia.
Ve it"' y; t Po. ''I' you don't be
ifish is can see it. The biggest
ighs I 'r caught ,: Long Key
ng st' #8 poundls-atnd it's going to
rIket Affe'Ol Tight dIown -here at the
Its 'et week.
d-body's this big aroiiud." Pop
.. hed h'is work knife in the aiir
.? a crowd of wvould hie pokers stag
d. 'back. A woman in front peered l
.vrtedly at p~ork ,a listened to
"'1 caught that fish wvith the biggest
rstin'' pole everi made," Popj c'ontin
.wd. "You see that telegrap'h pole out t
tlhere? I in't k iddin' you--my fish
mW pole was as big as'
The market mobi gave Pop the mer
ry THa-lIa-and ruined his simileI.
Tlhe wVomian in front smelledl the
delicious slices of bacon, and while she
"Blut say," P'op wer.' on, "whaddla
you think ? While I was tryin' to
rescue that fish another bigger one
flopped ont of the water and swallow
edl it up for bait! That fish hadl teeth
like a bulldog-fins like a"
The woman in front gave a little
scream andl gaspied.
"Of all the de(l iciousi fish meat you
ever ate'," raved Pop, ''sailfishIi
caught dlown at Long Key lias 'emi
backed off the ocean. It's teiider as
sqIuab, sweeter than sweet pork''
The marike ob b01eciame iimipat ienit.
Comimuters drew out. their watche's.
And Pop c'amie to.
"'I heg your pardon, madlani," he
said to the woman in front. '"Did you
want some1 pork ? "
"'I did,'' she answered, "hut I've
changed my mindl. Where dlo the'y sell
Tlhe Germaiu ns ,a'.cording i~ to- unan
nious e'xper't. opinioni, musit go oin or'
go uinder in tli'he icardy battle, andi to
go on they miust. continiue to let blood,
in to)rrenits. Ilindenbu rg is thus faced
with the pr'ospec(t of having exhiauistedl
his re(ser'ves at the veriy nmoment ult i
miate tiumpiijh is ini his. grasp---andl in
that momnenit the fresh allied reserves,
A mieric'ans inl('luded, wvith the enthus
iastic spirit born by the knowledge
that the'iris is the final word iin Arma
g(eddon's final roud, will rush into
bat tle wvith a terribily wear'y foe.
'The wveathier, wvhich has been. hadl
for some days, is .showving signs of
clearing up,~ binigiing out the' aerial
flee'ts of bothi sules.
For Infants and Childrea
An Use For Over 30 Years
Always bears __
the : D Z
Signature of vt c &
To do your duty
times your health
tell how they foul
Hellam, Pa.-" I took Lyt
etable Compound for fena
placement. I felt all run dot
I had been treated by a phye
so decided to give Lydia E. 1
a trial, and felt better righ
since last April and doing a)
I was unable to do any wor
table Cornpound is certainly
take when in this condition.
this letter."--Mrs L. It. Cn
Lowell, Mich--"I suffer(
down pains, was irregular a
displacement. I began to ti
table Compound which gave
my health. I should like to r
remedies to all suffering wor
lar way,"-Mrs. F'LISE IIEr
111N ATTEMPTS BLOCKADE I
iack ntear lHangard and One at Ver
l'ar:s.--Attenpts by the Germans t3
ake gain against the French troops
the region of I-angard-En-Santerre
I.urday were blocked, accor(ling to
e official communication issued tt.
ght. The Virench artillery took un
r its fir( German troops at Various
'ijts north of Montdidier.
A strong attack by the Germans in
e re'ion of Iill ad4, i0 the Verdun
etor, was put down.
-W v -S
VON Iti( lt)RN IN (OMNlIAN1)
o Control German Troops in the Uk
Kier, Russia, -Field M trshal von
ichhorn, why has been iti commarid of
1e of the army groups operating, it
ussia, has arrived hi re to assuce
lief commal of the German tT i.ps
Don't Epx pet Too Much
Amsterdam, -A special rerresenta
ive to the Ukraine by the Cologne
azette in the first of a series of
rticles. warns his rea(lers against
xpecting the great Uktaninn food
upplies to relieve the situation in
ermany tomorrow or tMae day after.
'he col'rospondent says:
"The country is completely disor
anized. Tht rural V-apulation must
econe reaccustome(d to tilling the
oil. The populatio s of Kiev and
ther cities are suftering bitterly be
ause of the lack of bread.'"
AMERI('ANS IIEP'ULSE IlUNS
'wo G;ermai~n Raids in D~ifferent Sec
With the A merican Army in France
-Two German raids on diff~erent see
utrs of the A merican position north
vest of rT< ul war'e repu(lsedl with en
emy casualties. The Gernmns were
Iriv'en off before reach ing the A nmer
enan trenches buy accurate machine
~un andl automatic fire.
At one point the G;ertnans laid down
bohx ba rrage. As soon as this Ii fted
lhe A mericans came up Pfrtom their
helters and poured a heav~y fire into
he adlvan('ing ra iders, who retir'ed
tfier a short p''riad of' close fight ing.
At antother' point the Germuans threw
oundredls of gas shells before advante
ng, but the Americans quickly
onnedl then' gas masks and( waited for'
he r'aiders. Tlhese were ,1uicklIy d is
ier'sedC by theiri t firte.
Tlhe Germltians kept up a bombard.l
nettt of the A meticanl posit ions all
AS \;.' GRtOW 01.i
l'he K idnteys Should liteceive IIlelp
Mlanlning P eople Rtecomnd'IC
lDoant's lidntey P'ills
'The 'onistant11 str'ain 0o(f busy life.
Is hard ont the kidneys, mal(1 in la t'r
The kidneys (all fotr help.I
OldI backs often athe, daiy in, da:y
U1rina ry ills frequenlt ly add theit'
veight of woel.
G ive the hel4, the kidneys need.
A Id the kidne'ys with Deanlt's Kidney
Mlann ingt pelople endor'se thtis rem
Mr's. R. L,. I otg(en, WV. Boiundary
st., Manning, gave thle following
~tat ement .Januar ty 30, I191I: ''1 have
teeni gr'eatly r'el ieved and bentetit ed
Iy oan's Kidney Pills. I suffered
svith my bac'k and kidneys and
-oldnlt't sleep well ntightIs. I got
D)oan's K idniey Pills and tey reliev'el
ne1 wonderlfull~y of all my I r'oubles."'
Gonie for Good
On Feb~riuary 15. 19t 8. Mrts. L og'on
mid : ''The c'ure D~oan's Kidnley Pills
~ave me some~. Lime' ago haos last ed I.
mave been in fine healthI ever since' and1
I am only too pleased( to a';ain give
hemi my end~lose'ment."'
4im01ply ask tot' a kidney r'emedly---get
D)oan's Kidniey P'ills-thte saime that
Mrts., I ogont had. F~oster'-MAlilburnt Co.,
fr. Ruffnlo.-N': Y.
r during these trying
should be your first -
Flese two women
ia E. Pinkham's Veg.
le troubles and a dis
'n and was very weak. /
ician without results,
inkham's Vegetable Compound
t away. I am keeping house
I my housework, where before
c. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- - - -
the best medicine a woman can
give you per mission to publish
JMLING, R. No. 1, Ilellam, Pa. \
A from cramps and dragging
nd had female weakness and \\
tke Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege.
me relief at once and restored
commend Lydia E. Pinkham's \
ien who are troubled in a sil. \ .
Not Try - - a
k E. PINKHAM S
LYDIA E.PINKHAM MEICItiE CO. LYNN.MASS.
-B sF'r CARLOAD
MELES and HORSES
We have ever had, and no matter what
kind of a MULE or HORSE you want, we
We want you to come in and see our Big
Buggies and Wagons
Robes and Blankets.
Our many year's of service to the peo.
pie of Clarendon county should be sufficient
guarantee of the quality of these articles.
o ma pf I
W IY NOT IIAVE' A TAIKING MAHA"IANF?
G I T Tiii FAMLOUS
Any Victrola From $16.50 Up,
$10.000 WORTH OF VICTROLAS AND
RECORDS IN STOCK
WEi AlSO CAlRY TllE
I)eal with a house that carries a good reliable line. If you
need any repairs you can always find this place. Beware of
men that come to your home and offer to sell you a machine for
$25 to $35, when yon can come to this house and buy a heter
and far superior machine for $16.50.. Buy a machine w ithI a good
motor. )ay after day we have patrons coming to our place w ith
machines in which the motors are broken ani I itey cannot even
get any repairs. 1lachines they .paid $25 or $315 for have motor.,
not strong enough for $5 machines.
AlMAHlINE"S S0t.1) ON EASY l'AP Y lENIS.
The Sumter Talking Machine 1o,
26 SOH Il M AIN ST. S1I lR, S C.