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We have Shoes to ma1
We have a niec line
BUY WAR SAVINGS
is going like hot cakes in C
and have two car loads in t:
This car is making a a
now in the market for a ca
any time you wish.
Its economy and comfort make
GRANT sIX the most useful
car you can have right now
Its record for durability and
high used ear value make it a
the, nicest se
:yles and comp
ch Blue, Bur
ome in and inspect this lin
an fill your desires in the C
tch the above garments. bo
nd the colors are Brown. 4
of these in all colors, sizes
arendon. We have already sol
ransit now--expecting them so
vonderful record all over the co
ir we will be glad to give you
at Weight and
Mh ORE and more peop
cars of light wei
GRANT SIX. They have
necessary weight is nothii
oil and tires.
The GRANT SIX with
base is as large and as
would ask for. By skille4
tually seems much longer
Yet the GRANT SIX is
of its size--Grant engim4
.ficed sturdiness or dural
Its thousands of owne:
to a gallon of gasoline, 90(
oil, 7,000 miles or more
In comfort no six excel
Its 47-inch cantilever re
double-decked springs ii
make "riding comfort" w<
as applied to this car.
ers in Clarendon County for
SIX AN D HARROU]
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
are all t:
in the fc
e. We believe that
,oat Suit Line.
th in high and low I
hray. White and Bla<
and styles. All ar
d several car loads
me time this week.
untry and if you arc
a demonstration at
le are turning to the
ght-cars like the
discovered that un
rig but waste of fuel,
its 114-inch wheel
roomy a six as you
I body design it ac-.
than it really is.
not the lightest car
~ers have not sacri
rs average 20 miles
) miles to a gallon of
From standard 32x4
Is the GRANT SIX,
ar springs and the
the seat cushions
yrds of real meaning
SC A R S
r Line of
feels. All lasts and sizes
e reasonably priced.
fining, S. 0.
PROF. MYERS RESIGNS
Manning, Sept. 6th, 1918.
Board of Trustees,
Maning Public Schools.
For the past ten years you have
supported me as principal of the Col
ored Graded school. During that time
I worked hard, yes, harder than pos
sibly you or the patrons imagined. I
had but one ideal before me and that
was to establish here a" county train
ing school for the advanced training
of negro students. This ideal has not
been reached, but much has been (lone
in that dlirection.'
I a mgrateful to the board of
trustees, the County Supt. oif Educa
tion, the Director of the Jeanes and
Slater funds for ,their co-operation in
this work ad also to many colored
people wvho stoodl by me in the task
I had before me.
On account of the crisis upon us
and the high cost of living, I cannot
work longer for the present salary. I
anm handing you my resignation to
take effect September 20th, 1918.
I. M. At. MYERS,
Court sonvenes in Manning on Sep
tember 23, Judge Moore presidling.
The followving is the Jury:
N. R. Timmons, Manning.
J. E. Cousar, Sardinia.
,J. P. Tusker, Wilson.
N. H1. Ilolliday, Mainning.
H. M. Thomas, Manning.
R. HI. Barrineau, Dav is Station.
J1. S. Trobiats, Wilson.
L. S. Chewning, Summerton.
J. W. Richbourg, Wilson.
J. B. Pack, Paxville.
J. V. Edwards, Manning.
L. N. Barwick, Pinewood.
J. C. Johnson, Manning.
W. D. Richbourg, Davis Station.
Joel IL. Ridgeway, Manning.
T. A. Bradhanm, Manning.
JT. E. Griffin, Pinewood
L. M. Jnstus, Wilson.
C. E. Morris, Turbeville.
R. H. Briggs, Silver.
J. E. Morris, Turbeville.
No Wormis in a Healthy Child
All children troubleA with worms have an un
healthy color, which indicates poor blood, and as a
rule, thore is more or less stomach disturbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chilli TONIC given reguhriy
for two or throo weeks will enrich the blood, Im
prove the digestion, and act as a General Strength
enligTonicoto the whole system. Nature ~tlthen
throWoffordlsiethewormg,andt t~t~li hej
a prfct Peaqstto tk* eg tie.
ENGINEER GAINS 68
POUNDS; TOOK TANLAC
Lost Health Completely and Had to
Lay Off 15 Months
ALMOST LOST HOPE
Now Back on Regular Run-Says
Tanlac is Only Remedy
1ver Helped Him
"My nan-. is J. B. Watson and my
home is in Mobile, Ala. I am thirty
three years old and by profession am
a railroad engineer. I have a regular
run on the work train between Selma
"Up to only a few months ago
that is, up to the time I started tak
ing Tarlac I only weighed one hun
drid :wrd three pounds and had not
been able to work for fifteen months.
Now, after taking only three and a
half bottles of Tanlac, I weigh one
hundred and seventy-one pounds and
have actually gained sixty-eight
pounds and never felt beter in my
life. I suffered for several years with
the worst kind of stomach trouble,
and constipation. I kept dropping
down in weight and losing strength.
and finally I broke down completely.
I had several attacks of what was
calle-l acute poisoning of the stomach,
and nobody knows how I suffered. I
took treatment at the Marine Hospital
at Algiers, La., and at Toulene Hos
pital, New Orleans. I also took treat
ment at Hot Springs, Ark., and at
Lookout Mountain. To tell you the
truth, I tried everything I could think
of and spent hundreds of dollars, but
I just kept going down hill, and for
fifteen whole months I was unable to
run my engine or to do any other kind
of work. Of course, I was awfully dis
couraged about myself, as I could see
but little hope of ever being well
again. While I was sick and unable
to work, a brakeman gave me a half
bott'e of Tanlac. I took it and began
to f.cl better right away. My stomach
felt better and I got so I could eat
and enjoy my meals. When th siwas
gone I bought another bottle, and af
ter fi:"shing it I felt so much better
I went back to work on a switch en.
gine. I could just feel myself gaining
in weight and getting stronger every
day, and after taking my second bot
tle I went back to running an engine
on the main line.
"Now, since taking three and a half
bottles of Tanlac, I am working regt
lar, running a work train between Mo
bile and Selma, the swampiest coun
try in this section of the State. Now
what I have told you is the truth, anl
hundreds of people who know me and
know how I looked before I took Tan
lac will tell you the same thing. An
other thing, you can see rrom my pic
tore, which I had taken while I was
sick, how much stronger and health
ier. I look now than I did then. They
can say what they plesse about Tan
lac and patent medicines, but I can
truthfully say that Tanlac is the only
medicine that ever did me any gooI.
and I want everybody to know about
it. If people (10 not believe you, just
tell them to com.e and look at me now,
and then look at my picture, which
was takeni while I was sick. I will
show them mighty quick what Taniac
has (lone for me."
Tanlac, the Master Medicine, is sold
by Dickson's Drug Store, Manning;
H. W. Nettles, Jordan; Shaw & Plow
d~en, New Zion; Farmers' G.upply Co.,
P. J1. Hlolliday, Sumnmerton.
II. S. G;reen, Turbeville.
W. W. Corbett, Wilson.
H1. E. Thompson, Manning.
E. E. McLeod, Wilson.
J1. L. Elliott, Silver.
.. T'Iobias, Wilson.
A. C. Dullose, Manning.
.J. M. Player, Turbeville.
E. S. Er-vin, Manning.
JT. P. Lackey, Paxville.
S. HT. Chewning, Summerton.
D). S. Wheeler, TIurbeville.
Hl. G~us Richbourg, Summierton.
SECOND WEEK .JURY
S. Katzoff, Manning.
J. E.. Ward, D~avis Station.
THOMAS A. I
A SMASHING PAT
that has brought a tli
tears to the eye
Friday, Sent. 13.
J. L. Johnson, Jordan.
S. L. Touchberry, Silver.
R. D. Clark, Manning.
J. E. Tenant, Manning.
R. E. Lee, Pinewood.
W. K. Hill, Manning.
D. G. Shorter, Davis Station.
J. W. Rollins, Pinewood.
J. A. Brailsford, Summerton.
J. R. Harrington, New Zion.
E. C. Coskrey, Wilson.
W. H. Evans, Manning.
H. L. White, Bloomville.
T. W. Fleming, New Zion.
C. H. Broadway, Paxville.
J. P. Buddin, Turbeville.
J. W1. Ridgeway, Jordan.
E. C. Geddings, Pinewood.
R. A. Lawrence, Pinewood.
R.'E. Richbourg, Davis Station.
Morgan P. Strange, Wilson.
J. D. Coker, Turbeville.
C. C. Chewning, Manning.
J. R. Furse, Summerton.
C. B. Aycock, Remini.
P. H. Broughton, Pinewood.
S. D. Corbett, Manning.
R. P. Billups, Summerton.
C. F. Ridgeway, Bloomville.
R. M. Evans, New Zion.
C. H. Baggett, Biloomville.
Leon M. Gallaway, Manning.
A. S. Rawlinson, Davis Station.
J. A. Gardner, Summerton.
CONDITION OF THE
Bank of Manning
Located at Manning, S. C., at the
Close of Business,
Aug. 31, 1918
Loans and Discounts --- -$363,643.93
Furniture and Fixtures - 500.00
Banking House -------- 5,840.00
Due from Ban1-s and Bank
ers -------- --- ----- 50,054.29
Currency ----. - - ......... 6,515.00
Silver and Other Minor
Coin -------- -----------341.61.
Checks and Cash Items- 24,719.40
Liberty Bonds (First and
Second--- ----- --- . ---- 29,250.00
Liberty Bonds (Third) --- 11,300.00
Liberty Bonds (held for
Customers) ------ ----. 6,701.58
Boy's Pig Club ---- 311.38
War Saving Stamps --- . 367.20
Capital Stock Paid In -- - -$ 40,000.00
Surplus Fund --- ------ 60,000.00
Undivided Profits, less
Current Expenses and
Taxes Paid ------ -- 52,920.66
ject to check$181,373.LG %
posits - - - - 120,810.39
N-- --.Cuar - -itspossjectk pos$N[UP
Notes and Bills Redis
counted _--.... .... 1911 .'
Bills Payable, including
Certificates for Mlone'
Borrowed-_ 25, )000.,
STATE OF SOUTH ( AROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
Before me came T. M. Mouzon.
LCashier of the above named bany, who
being duly sworn, says that the above
ad foregoing statement is a true con.
[lition of said bank, as shown by the
books of said bank.
T. M. MOUZON,
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 10th (lay of September, 1918.
R. C. Wells, ( L. S.)
Notary Public for S. C.
M1AN POWElR OF HUNS
GOES D)OWN RAPIDI.Y
iNashington Learns That Enemy Has
Less Than Two Hundred Di
visons on Western Front
Waishington, Sept. 22. --New evi -
lence of the shortage of man p)ower
n the German army has reached
vNashington from an anuthoritative
ource, it was learned todlay, showing~
hat seven enemy div s ions on the
rHestern front had been disbandled er.
irely for lack of men.
There are now only 195 G;erman m
risions on the etire front, according
o these reports, and of these there
ure only 16 that have been engaged in
weavy figtig of the present year. The
-eport adlds that the trench strengthi
>f th- Gern army is now entirely
'OF A MAN'S SOUL
rill to the heart and
a of thousands
Matinee and Niirtj