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* A PERFECT SUCCESS
Galotabs, the new perfected calo
mel, is absolutely purified from all of
the unpleasant, sickening and danger
ous qtialities of the old-style calomel.
The new Calotabs nra rapidly taking
the place of the old-style calomel tab
lets, as they are much more effective
as a liver cleanser and systenm puri
fier, yet are entirely free from al ob
ject ionable qualities.
The new Calotabs are sold only in
original sealed ackages; price, thir
ty-five cats. Your druggist recom
mends and guarantees th sm.-( Advt.)
In connection with o
GROCERIES of al
a Fish House. Fr
nice Fresh Fish e
We will sell by the s1
Call Phone 79 a
want and we will
Buy Thrift S
Buy a Baby E
It will be worth $5.(
This is 4 per cent. c<
Go, to your Ban
or any progress
and ask for info
W. S. S. SOL.D
This space patri
to War Savings
Manning Oil Mi
Trying to instil
mind the fact ti
description of r
ity than can be
curedI and at Pa r
We have long;
the great bal
for bench or a
We have Tools
PALMER SEIZES PROPERTY
Four More Large Enem Enem:
Owned Concerns to be Sold
New York, Aug. 13...Selzure of fox
more enemy-owned corporations wil
a total capitalization in excess
$2,000,000 was announced here by
Mitchell Palmer, alien property cu;
todian, after a conference with ti
Washington advisory committee4
the selling branch of this departmen
The corporations which wil tbe so
under the supervii on of Joseph
Guffey, sales manager, at public au
tion with the approval of the advisor
The Berger & Wirth. Co., of Brool
lyn, manufacturers of printers at
lithographers' indications; organiz
about 1909, and owned by Emil Wo
ur Full Line of FANCY
I kinds, we have added,
om here you can get
tring and pound also.
nd ask for what you
serve you. Deliveries
Manning, S. C.
the War !
tamps at 25c.
ond for $4.15.
O0 on January 2. 1923.
ker, Post Office,
ive business man
rm atio n.
into the public
iat we are selling
Tools of every
ruch better qual
nuch lower price.
been known as
rgain house for
for all trades at
litzer, of Leipzig, Germany.
The G. Zeigle Company, of Rose
- bank, manufacturers and importers of
colors and chemicals, organized on
April 4, 1914, with a capital stock of
ir $250,000, all owned by the G. Zeigle
h Company, of Stuttgart, Germany.
A. W. Faber, of Newark, N. J.,
manufacturers of lead pencils and sta
tioners supplies, trade name of a buss-'
e ness which has been in existence since
f 1761, with its principal office at Stein,
t Bavaria, .owned by Alexander, Count
of Faber Castell and his wife, Otillie,
I Countess of Faber-Castell, residents
' of Stein, Bavaria.
George Benda, of Boonton, N. J.,
-y manufacturers of bronze powders, a
branch of the concern of the same
name in Fuertha,'Bvaaria, established
id in 1824, business here conducted by
=d Adolph Nuebauer on behalf of him
r- self and pa: 'ner, Eugene Kirschbaum,
. no win Germany.
POULTRY YAR AND FENCES
Breeding stock, and ,especially
growing chickens, should have an
abundance of range, wnile hens kept
solely for the production of eggs may
be kept on a small area with good re
sults. In rural districts the yarding
of poultry is simetimes unnecessary
and in such cases colony houses are
used to advantage. Under this system
it is easy to keep the birds healthy
and their feed bill is reduced, as they
are able to get a good part of their
feed from the range. These houses,
which hold about 100 hens, are placed
from 200 to 250 feet apart and are
moved from place to place as new
range is needed.
When poultry fences are needed, as
is the case in keeping poultry in
towns and cities and in some rural
sections, as few fences as po siblo
should he erected, as they increaso the
cost of equipment, labor and main
tenance. Wlien very much land is
available the poultry yard can often
be kept in sod. On good soil this can
be done by allowing 200 to 250 square
feet of land per bird (217 to 174 birds
to the acre), while more space to nec
essary on poor or light land. A large
number of fowls are usually kept to
the acre where double yards are used
and the land is frequently cultivated.
Plymouth Rocks and the heavy meat
breeds in small yards require fences
5 to 6 feet high, while a fence 6 to 7
feet high is necessary for Leghorns.
The upper 2 feet of the fence for the
latter may be inclined inward at an
angle of 30 degrees, or a strand or
two of barbed wire may be used on
top of the regular wine to help keel)
them confined, while it is sometimes
necessary to clip the wing feathers of
or.e wing of those birds which persist
in getting out.
Posts may be set or drl i. u into the
ground. They should be set 8 to 10
- feet apart with common poultry net
ting, or 16 to 20 feet with woven wire.
1 Corner posts should be about 8 inches
Lin diameter. and be set 4 feet in the
ground, while intervening posts may
be 4 to 5 inches in dliameter' and set
3 feet in the ground. That part of the
host which is set in the ground may
be charred or treated with some wood
preservative to advantage, while cor
ner posts should be firmly braced or
set in cement.
Prisoners for Short Time
Washington, Aug. l1.-C ming to
the surface in the midst of a 'leet of
fishing schooners off the i .ssachu
setts coast, a German subn eine to
day sunk nine vessels of the .lect, the
Navy Department tonight announced.
The schooners sunk included the Kate
Palmer, the Amita May, the Reliance,
the Star Buck and the Progress. The
names of the other :our ships were
not contained in Navy Department
i Four survivors from the cre of the
Kate Palmer were picked un by the
fishing schooner Helen Murley and
have reached port in safety. No in
formation had been obtained by the
Navy Department tonmght, as to the
fate of the crews of the other schoon
A fter th'e crew~ of the Kate Palmer
had been taken aboard the submarine
and held prisoner for one hour, they
wvere set adrift in a small boat.
"NO) NEWS IS GOOD NEWS"
Washington. Aug. 9.-"No news is
Igood news," should be remembered by
relatives and friends of American of
ficers and soldiers wounded in France
when they fail to receive informa.tion
as to the condition of those disabled
on the firing line
This wais told today to Senator E. D.
Smith, who made inquiry regarding a
young South Carolina officer who was
* wounded at Chateau-Thier-ry on ,June
6 15. Since the announcement in the
casualty list that lie had been woundl
ed his family had heard nothing, and
and at their request Senator Smith
took the matter up with the War Dc
Th[le Senator was informed that
when an American in the fighting
service is wouinded abroad the fact
is mentioned in the casualty list, but
no further information is sent by the
A merican commaandecr in France uni
less the soldier dies. Therefore, if the
~death is not reported, it is safe to as-.
sume, after a reasonable time, that he
is improving, and possibly again in
CATAIRH CANNOT BE CURED)
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as
they cannot reach the seat of the dlis-.
ease. Caturrh is a local disease
greatly influenced by constitutional
conditions, and in order to cure it you
must take an internal remedy. Hall's
Catarrrh Medicine is taken internally
and acts thru the blood on the mucous
surfaces of the system. Hall's Catarrh
Medicine was prescribed by one of the
best physicians in this country for
years. It is composied of some of the
best tonics known, combined with
some of the best blood purifiers. The
perfect combination of the ingredients
in Hall's Catarrrhi Medicine is what
produces such wondorful results in ca
tarrrhal conditions. Send for testi
F. J. CIHENEY & CO., P'rops., Tole
.All druggists 75c.
.. Hal'sFamily Pills for cnstipato
Do You Wai
. Suit for this
If you do. we have
line to select from
were bought at froi
der the market price
selling them on the
They include Palm B<
Silk Mohairs and o
at a Reasons
and Keep Co
Home of Hart Schaffnei
Who has Ji
20 dozen Pretty V
l0 dz. Pretty Voile
One Pot of beauitifu.
geotte Waists. at
$5 to $8.
SILk HOSE - S. 1
South Main St.
at a Real
them: a large
. These suits
1 $2 to $5 un
, and we are
r & Marx Clothes.
1 Our B'
ile and One big lo
Special Special pri
2.50 W"*' Serg
s Skirts in E
I Geor- at old pric
:o $3.00 Whito SKirts
THE CASH STORE"
SUMTER. S. C.
t of Silk Shirts,
on display 100
ies and Poplin
aliues and Blacks
$6, $7. $7.50
S$3.50, $4, $5, $6 '