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In connection wit
a Fish House.
nice Fresh Fis
- Bass, Whitir
We will sell by th<
Call Phone 75
want and we v
1 6 BUl
Buy a Bab
TIt will be worth .1
T. is is 4 per cent.
Go to your I
or any progr
and ask for i
W. S. S. SO
1 This space p.
to War Savi
Trying to is
indl the fac
3 Hardware a
ity than can
i et red and at
We have Ioi
for bench~ or
We have To4
* low prices.
its work. Scouring
e Corps recruits.
OFFICE V .
E UNDER THIS EMBLEM
hi our Full Line of FANCY
f all kinds, we have added
From here you can get
h everyday, consisting of
ig, Mullets, Trout
string and pound also.
and ask for what you
vill serve you. Deliveries
Manning. S. C.
a the War!
t Stamps at 25c.
y Bond for $4.15.
5.00 on January 1. 1923.
ranker, Post Office.
essive business man
L0 EVERYWHERE !
ngs Committee by
till into the public
t that we are selling
idi Tools of every
>f much better qual
be elsewhere pro
a much lower price.
1g been known as
bargain house for
nid Tools. whether
>Is for all trades at
NAMES OF THOSE WHO
TO THE RED CROS$
(Continued from Last Week)
Charlie Adger, William Anderson
Sep Alley, W. Z. Andrews, Julia M
Appelt, J. T. Ardis, Robert Adger, A
Abrams, Simon Andrews.
Simon n aod. Galadu uckner
John Billups, Troop N". I Boy Scoltie
Mrs. Carrie Bragdon, J. M. Baro-.,
and family, Charley Butler, J W
Brown, W. Z. Barfeld, Mrs. E. 1'
Briggs, C. H1. Broadway, W. '.. brew
er, t. B. Beatson, Joe E. Broadway
I. V. Bagnal, A. P. Burgess, T. N
Brown, Henry Burgess, E. W. Brun
son, Pinckney Blanding, Mary Brails
ford. W. W. Brailsford, Mrs. E. MI
Brailsford, .: B. Buddin, W. D. Beard
D C Beard, Mack Bragdon Dozie!
Burgess, Louis Benbow. Alex Brock
Jeff Burgess, J. W. Burgcss, Gran
Ballard, Mrs. S. F. Bashardt, J. B
Brown, S. B. Baker, Miss Julia Brails
ford. Mrs. L. W. Barwick, Sr., Mrs
H1. A. Brailsford, Frank Benbow, A
W. Billups, J. H. Billups, B. B. Broad
way. Charlotte Brunson, L. A. Brun
son, John Wesley Blackwell, A. P
Burgess, Mis Helen Boger, tuful
Bertrand. J. E. Bennett, B. A. Bines
ter, Eugene Brunson, Madden Ballard
Grant Ballard, Henry Boyd, Richar
Boat writrht, T. Benjamin, Sam Billups
J.1 mh ~Brown, Warh Brown, Rich:ar
Benj.imin, Sam Brown, Nathat
Mlargra:-et Lriggs and son, J. P. Ben
nmin, Frank Bazie k, Sam Brigtrs
! .nry Brown, Moine Bennett. Sallie
Bozi'r. T. 13. Bow.er, Seal Ben:.'tt
Louis Bonnett, Mon:ce Beard, J'
Brunson, .1 .M. Bosweij, Jr., St. Luk<
Bertram, Malone Brown, J. H1. Br"oad
way. A. B. Baker, W. Ira Buddin, W
A. Buddin, John Brailsford.
Joe Conye-s, Aaron Cantey,, 1. A
ord. We!!inton Cosby, Richard 1
Combi. Jackson Cla:'k, .Jaek Clark
James Cantey, Israel Conyers, Mos<
Caney. Rev. S. Chism, Thomas Cain
J. L. Cole, L. Rt. Cole, I. D). McCrav
B. E. Chandler, J. W. Cochran, W. Z
L k, A. B3. Chandler, S. D. Corbett
Thomas Cain, D. J. Chandler Cloth
ing Co., Jessie Calhoun, J. A. Cola
C. H. Castine, S. 0. ('okcr, larve'
Cae( ar, E. A. Corbett, J. D. Collins
W. H. Clark, Monroe Caesar, I. C
('oker. Pink Caesar, T. I. Coker, II
1W. Cole, Mrs. M. S. Cantey, H1. C
Carrigan, Se.., Ilorry E. Copeland
Peter Chewning, Jr, Watson Cantey
J W Cain Walter Coskrey .J .1 Can
tey A. G. Chewning 11, C. Chewning
Laura Colelough, W. R. Coskrey, '
W. Ch: wning, J. I. Cain, Moses Can
toy, John Collins, R. I). Clark, Primu:
Charles. Nettles Cantey, Ben Cain
Levi Cain, Isaiah Carter, 1.. Cain
J. Harry Chewning, Madison Coker
Mrs. S. E. Curtis, Clarence Coker, M
B. Corbett, R. T. Coker, Charles Da
vid, Ed. Dingle, Abie DuRant, Mor
ris Dickson, Jas. Drayton, John Dray
ton, .James Dow, Alfonso I)uBose
David DuBose, Dock Dingle, Bunyai
DuRant, Jeff Dickerson, Elizabetl
DuRant, Dewey, Joe Davis, E. I.
Davis, W. L. DuRant, J. S. DuBose
Mrs. J. M. Driggers, S. B. Davis, 0
Y. Davis, Peter DuBose, Mrs. Charl
ton DuRant, Bessie Dickson, Warrer
DuRant, Johnny Dickey, A. C. Du
Bose, John Dingle, Joe Davis, Mrs
Alice Dukes, Walter Davis, T. M
Dukes Bessie DesChamps, Leon P.
Davis, W. D. Dingle, C. T. Dingle
Merrimon Dyson, D. W. DuRant, If
D. DuBrow, C. DuRtant, J. .. Dickson
W. .1. Daniel, Julius Dukes, Lev
Davis. Monroe Davis, Johnnie Davis
F. P. Ervin, L. E. Elmore, W. P
Emanuel, W. H. Ewart, Mrs. E. S. Er
vn, 1-. MI. Epps. Sr., '. t. Evans, T .
Rt. Evans, Rt. M. Evans, .\argaret Ep
C. Flenming., WVillianm D. IFlem ing
Mr us. C'. Rt. F'elder, Paul E. Floyd, Con
nor F'elder, Adam Felder, G. Rt. Frier
son, .John P. IFelder, J. C. Flemmingy
,John Flemming, C. II. Felder, Davi
Felder, IH illard Felder, C. M. Fulton
Danniel Griffin, Henury Green, Pres
ton Gr'een, .Joe Greon, Rev'. F. W. Gen
erst, Eddie Gibson, Chamberlain Gib
son, C'anty Gibson, Arthur Cibson
Mrs. M. C. Gentry, G. A. Griffin, J1
D). G;ibbons, Belle Gardner, A be Gold.
steim, E. B. Ganmble, Sid John Gamble
L. M. Galloway, 1). B. G;riffin, Hi. S
G;reen, E. N. Green, M. M. Godbold
Bessie Geddings, March Green, Sr., L
N.Gamble, Robert (Green, XV. P. God,
win, Wash George, L. B. Gibbons
Pearl Geddings, D~ouglases Geddings
Frank Garland, WV. 11. Garland, Wil.
hiam Mc. Gill, Mrs. J. F. Geiger, C. ID
Gamble, R. P. Gibbons,, Morah Green
Morris Green, Sam Green, Charli(
G;reen, Robert Guess, Alex Gibson
Andrewy Gibson, Jessie Gibson, HIillard
Gibson, Tr. H. Gibbons, E. ". M. Gib
bons, Moody Gibbons, Tihos. Gaminmon,
J1. M. Graham, C. P'. Gable, ,Josh Gor
(Ion, J1. M. Garrett, J. F. Geiger, R.
C. Gibbons, W. JT. Gibbons, P'attie
,amble, Purdy Gibson, Geo Gaymon,
F. H., Graham, Pauline Green, C. B.
Godwmn, Rt. C. Gayle, C. L. Griffin
W. S. Griffin, F. WV. Graham, Wilbur
C. Gibbons, Rt. P. G;ibbons, S. Fred
G;riffmn, A. XW. Gamble, Mrs. E. B.
Allen Hlarvin, Quitman Hawkins, ,J.
HI. Hilton, ,John Hilton, ID. Hlirschman
B. Hiodge, Hf. P. Hlarrington, Willie
There is more Catarrh in h i~s sec
Lion of the country than all other dlis
eases put together, andl for years it
was supp~osed 'to lbe incurable. D~octo~rs
prescribed local remuedlies, andl by con
stantly failing to cure with local
treatment, pronounced it incurable.
Catarrh is a local disease, greatly in
fluenced by constitutional conditions
andl therefore requires constitutional
treatment. Hall 's Cata rrh Medicine,
manufactured by IP. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, Ohio, is ai constitutional rem
edly, is taken internally and acts thru
the Bloodl on the Mucuous Surfaces
of the System. One Hundred Dol
lars reward is offereaf for any ease
that Hall's Catarrh Medicine fails to
cure. Send for circulars and testi
F. J. CHENEY & Ct,., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by Druggists, 75c,
Hall's Family PIlls for cnstipation.
And Was Run-Down,, Weak an
Nervous, Says Florida Lady.
Five Bottles of Cardui
Made Her Well.
Kathleen, Fla.-Mrs. Dallas Prin
of this place, cays: "After the birt
of my last child...I got very nauc
run-down and weakened, so rnue
that I could hardly do anything t
all. I was so awfully nervous thr
I could scarcely endure the leas
noise. My condition was gettli
worse all the time...
I knew I must have some relief
I would soon be in the bed and in
serious condition for I felt so badi
and was so nervous and weak I coul
hardly live. My husband asked D
about my taking Cardul. 11
said, 'It's a good medicine, and goo
for that trouble', so he got me 5 bo
ties... After about the second bottle
felt greatly inl;roved...before takii
it my limbs and hands and arn
would go to sleep. After taking I
however, thir poor circulation disal
-pared. My strength cane back i
me anr:d I was soon on the road I
healtlh. After the use of about 5 bo
ties, I could do all my house-wor
Snd attend to my six children b
You can feel rafo in giving Car1i
a thorough trial for your troubles.
contains no haruful or habit-formir
drugs, but is composed of mild. veg
table, medicinal ingredients with t
bad after-effects. Thousands of wome
have voluntarily written, telling <
the good Cardui has done them.
should help you, too. Try it. E 7
. latfield. Viola Hlatfield, ,J II. Hicl
man, H. E. Ilarliec, A G. Ileriot, C.
Ililton, P. L. iolladay, W. A. 1odg
.Xrs. Sarah I1. Hodge, M. G. Hick
. Alfred fluggins, Wade Harvin,
lBraxton Hall, S. I. Harvin, A.
Il eriot, J. G. Iluggins, J. W. lileri
Willie Hedge, J. C. Hodge, E.
- I lodge, C. M. Holladay, Dennis Hank
.J. P. ilolldaxy, Peter Ilouse, 'Th<
I lam met, Winfield IIarvin, W. I
, Hammnett, George If. H~uggins, Qu
Hawkins, Frank HIuggmns, L. '. I1
loway, Cane Hampton, Alvin Ililto
Thomas Hawkins, Peter Ilarvin, A<
,er House, Mrs. George II. luggin
Mrs. It. Hartz.
SEiward Isaac, Clarence Iseman.
)illwood Johnson, Lot Johnson, Zer
Jones, Arthur Jayroe, Wm. J. Johi
son, Willis Johnson, Calvin Johnson
Wn. Johnson, Wash James, J.
James, John Johnson, J. C. Johnso:
L. M. Jones, H. H. James, Johnne
Johnson, Francis James, Mrs. Car<
line Johnson, Rufus James, Jr., Se
ty James, Wash James, Jr., Alit. Jut
ius, Charlie June, Peter Johnso
Hamilton Johnson, Richard Jame
Jas. H. Johnson, Roben James, Mek(
r Johnson, Oscar Johnson, Shephei
r Johnson, Robert Johnson, Ada
.James. Julous Johnson, B. S. Johl
son, Donas James, Grandison Jame
B. S. Johnson, H. L. Johnston, Jr.,
C. Jones, Mackey Johnson, Mrs. W. V
s Johnson, Matthew James, James t
Johnson, Solomon Johnson, Edwi
James, Gib. James, Thos. Jacksoi
.Jas. W. Johnson, Robert Jones(, Kin
.James, Cleveland Johnson, Hilla
James, Levi Johnson.
Mrs. W. R. Keels, Wilson Kirby, 3
: C. Kennedy, S. Katzoff, Frank Ker
nedy, M .C. Kennedy, W 'T. Kenned
W C. Kissham, Mrs. Rollin Kolb, V
R. Keels, S. L. Krasnoff, Mrs. J. I
Felly, C. B. Kolb, N. M. King, S I
Kolb,. Sam Kennedy, J1. A. Kendil
R. M. C. Knowlton.
J1. P. Lackey, Willie L~ofton, 11cm
L~awson), Jr., G. I. L~enesne, E.)
Langston, Isaac M. Lor yea, J1. M. Le
R. E. .Lee', IR. E. Lee, Lee Leonar
('harlton Lemmnon, Geo. 11. L~acke
William Lemmon, J. 'i. LeGr'ande, V~
D. Lloyd, Willie Lowry, Moses Lev
G;. E. Lee, Win. Lawrence, .J. E. L<
gan, Gus Lewis, Elven L~emmion.
.i1. M. Mims, Mrs. E. L.. Morri
,.J II. Morris, J. WV. Mims, Jr., J. I
Maye, Nero Miller, Alex Manninj
.IHermigan Mack, Chappills Mouzton, I
M. Mitchumn, Pat Jos. D). Mitchmi
Marcus Mack, D). L. Murell, R.(
Morris, A. C. Morris and family, Mrs
H. R.1. Mellette, Jr., J. Mack, Mr. an
Mrs. J1. W. Morris, Robert Mitchel
Gus Mellison ,C. Hi Mouzon, TIhoma
Magwood, Mrs. E. P. Martin, ..
Morris, York Mack, HI. J. Morris, I
S. Morris, F. P. Mood, John Moni
gomery, C. M. Mellison.
G. D). McIntosh, Tritus McBrid<
Peter McDonald, S. J. McKnight, Jef
McComie, Henry McFaddin, W. IV
McCall, HI. F. McFaddin, Mrs. Lil
McGrady, James McRay, C. E. McK
veen, C. C. McLeod, ,J. D). McF'addir
S. J. McFaddin, Alex McFaddim
James~ McFaddinm, Willis McKnight
Trhos. McBride, George McComic, Mer
riman McBride, Stanley McKnighi
Sampson McFaddin, HI. C. McKelvey
P. B. McCall, WV. WV. McDowell, Flee
McIaddin, ,J. M. McCoy, L,. 1B. Mc
Faddin, Frank McFaddin.
lien Ness, L.'D). Nettles, Morri
Ness, Marguerite Niminer, A. Nim
m~er, .Joel Nelson, Titus Nelson, Ger
Nelson, Hlay Nichols.
zie Odom, Sam Odom ( .John Oliver.
,J. B. Pack, R. C. Player, ,J. S. low
den, Seward Palmer, Cleveland P'res
J1. W. Preston, Andrew P'layer. C, Ml
Player, M. W. Player, Paul Pleasaxnt
Mirs. T1. E Plowvden, Elie Prince, Mrr
E. D., Player, Jacob Powell, R. Plow
den, Arthur Pack, Ben Pinckuney, El
Eddie Qun ries.
F. A. Reynolds, .John HI. Rich, Johi
R. Richardson, WV. E. Rtichbourg, JT. HI
Robinson, Wash Roberts, Bcennie Rob
mnson, Jasper Robinson, Rufus Rich
bourg, Saul Roberson, C. R. Rawlin
son, H~enry C. Ragin, Chas. HI. Ragini
J. M. Richardson, M. W. Rickenbaker
E. P. Rowe, Robt. Reaves Nina Rob
erts, Richard Robertson, ii. L. Rear
don, J. H. Reairdon Flias Richardson
(Col.), Katherine 1(1. Richardson, Al
lco Richards, Miss Lilburn Ridgeway
A. B. Roberson, Chas. B. Reardon, Es
sie Rich, Mrs. C. . Rnby Krath..rn
M. Richardson, Ed Rison, Mrs. Jos. 1
Rittener, Miss Wilder Raffield, Jno.
W. Richbourg, C. F. Ridgeway, J. W.
Ridgill, E. W. Rowland, J. S. Richard- I
son, J. L. Ridgeway, Pink Roberston,
Elijah Rich, A. P. Ragin, W. H1. B.
Richardson, Titus Rich, James Rhame,
Dawson Richardson, Thomas Richard
d son, Warren Reynolds, Eddie C. Ra-'
gin. Mrs. J. Q. Ross, Pero Romeo,
Janie Rhame, Harry Richardson, J.
D. S. Singleton, II. C. Scott, ). M.
Strange, W. T. Snyder, Emma Senior, I
Luke Singleton, Rigby Stukes, .. E.1
Shorter, Step Stukes, James Shorter,
G, G. M. Smith, Rufus Stukes, Mrs. R. E.
h Smith, J. G. Senn, L. C. Stukes, Can
h tey and Alice Stephens, Mrs. W. A.
h Seymour, Sumter Motor Co., lo-.vard
t Scott, M. Schechti, B. Sehechti, ilan'p
t ton Smith (Col.). John Smith, Saruel
It Spann, Julia Sistrunk. Hlenry Sproriy, a
g Sam Stephen. harry Strong, (has. - t
Stephens, David Stukes, Samuel Siak
ir ler, P. Stopess, Beulah Sabh, Sher
a mann Shadd, Mose.s Sinkler. Bert
y Stephens, Abraham Shule,, John C.
d " Smith, F. M. Shope, E. D. Z'ube. I I t
r. I. Stukes, C. B. Smith.
o B. J. Tarleton, W J. Turbeville, It.
d R. Tomlinson, E. J. Touthherry, \c
t- son Turpin, Jerry Taylor, .tor 'i hon;'i
I son. Wim. Taylor, WI i!. Thame..
g i, I 'I a l r-ons, R. D. Tin.m. 1
s I'.-6,.1 --a . P. Thames, .L. W. T'he, - -
t, ,son, Jack Timmons, Alm-ret R't
-. Thames. S. W. Thigpen. .. E. n f
:nant, W. S. Trimble, r:. E. l'imiomons
o .1. P. l h'on a- M. ''. Tih rp~o l'er
t- Manie tindaG , .i n.e:. 'T'or '
k William Williams, John S. Watt,
e- Sr., Willis Wright, Wallace Walker
Chas. Wilhiams, Frank Wright, Inen,
ti White, William White, Ilarry W il.
son, Semon White, Roht. White, Mrs.
L. L. Wells, Edmond Waiters, ,Tohn
Wilson, Len Williams, C. A. Wilson,
o J., J. Wilkie. R. R. Woods, It. D. t
n White. Julian Weinberg. W. C. T. U.,
>f Chas F Walker. Mose WXilkes, E. Di.
it Walker. Levi Witherspoon, Miss Mary I
4 Wells, R. M. and Mrs. Webster, I
Muse Wilson. Miss Pauline Wilson,
M-s. J. R. Walker, J. Il Windham,
Elijah Walker. HT. C. Wheeler, C. A..
XX ilson. 1). A. Williams, J. R. Weeks, 1
Miss l aura Whilden, C. A. Wilson, i
L. L. Wells. M. E. Worsham, S. M.
Williams, Curey W'arlev. Johm Wells, 1
-. Lowman Weeks.
H Iutch York, J1. P. Y assney.t
Grant Rubinson, Ben Robinson.
s, We have on the road a
-d chine and will be able
work by the most mode
Have your do
right on the
Presser in the
OUR PRICES /
Hoffman French Di
E. W. ROWLi
I,. BEST CA RLOAD
We have ever had,
kind of a MULE or H14
We want you to coy
Our many year's of
pie of ClarendIon couinta
1guarantee of the qualii
!OUNC WOMAN TEl.S
Of GRAT CIANG[
eanstress Describe s IlL and Change
PASSES WORL) AI.ONG
ays She Decided to Take Tanlac Be
cause She Heard So Much
"'Tanlac ik a fine medicine for stom
ch trouble and it is a good general
inic, too, and I am glad to recom.
ienid it as such to anyone." said Miss
.ena Purrs. ,f Greer. S. C., in A
tatenent endiorsing 'arulae. "I was
rouble(d with nervousness and weak
:,lls Before I took Taniac. I am a
:amstress and my work is very try
ig and it bro1. ht me thi:w' troubles.
I'ligestion also troubled ei a lot
nrid n ipptite had l*.ft ne. I cer.
niily wea run d'jwn :n health and
"I fir:at!!y i, " i .-, :!e a (.o-ars
f Mint m e.e. ald I ha.' hear! so
luch about Tanlac I d!r ied to take
L. Ihe Tani-. helpe I thse' nervous
pells right away and soon I had wood
erves. My !Jietite carmet back and I
-indI a r 'eal ir. strength and
eight. I girt co I could sleep well.
Tanlt. te .uMaster M:'d 1 ne, is sold
y Dickson's Drub' Store. Manning;
I. W. Nettle::, .Jordan; Shaw & Plow.
en, New '/;n; larmner.' Supply Co..
ilv..r; D. C. Rhat. Sumnmerton.
be Guinine That Does Not Affect the Heau
lecause of its toric nnd laxative effect. LAXA
'li' BRSoMU Q'ININE in. better than ordinary
tuinie anti deds not cause nervousness not
ingi, in heat it Rent'cr the: cut name ank.
>ok for the s wnaYire i P-. w. GROVH. 3oc
Dry Cleaning Ma
to do this class of
y Cleaning Co
dno matter what
)RSE you want, we.
ne in and see our Big
service to thle peo0
shouldj be sufficient
y of these articles.