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RD CROSS NOTES
The Department of Personnel of
the American Red Cross has just re
ceived a requisition from the French
Commission asking for a number of
truck drivers, mechanies, skileld ma
chinists, ignition and lighting experts
and trained garage managers.
This is an urgent need and one
thihsbe Amcae Crospit hal ostar
ces.ve abqiitio of the plich n
Coishsica onigior mustbe co
trcdere s, ehais skius ase
chinedts igition dr lightivn efore
and alc'niinied forageforeign
Thisvice a rgent ineedr and oe
Meichaia mstio of ethse dealota-n
toes dthrmineilit o o the ap.a~
isyicaltos.us b cn
T~ec daftrltos well mhssttsak eit
imperative thdat w.en before
crupit on tis workl~ many foeing
ervified by preminrys inouirye ad ex
amintio wiluc dries coucteb thens,
mechanical Seind ofrage daaearet
trie detrin wethe auomotbie map
ufliatringandS othe brncesr ofume.
Thestrcto reions speific make it
imeratice thate wome beie aso ra
placec~ for this wosruco may ben
prpst truc drivers, but the pinits
meohnofics bgragch ofntherserice
til be rfritedl fromine ariou passe
eleridlaiing wiombie mnot
lfatsis tan otwoerk bance nof me
place orth s ies locatins bee
propse~ micr Cicopwlerty th usr
$.nlofti brance. Wthe sc
willbe fnall exmnud fa padv
'(lie lriod ods ai ing ilresult
WTe have CenrI
t, count t]
it meeting a, Liberty B
re of the man who- d
to your utmost-a
to pay for them and
pace Contributed to Winning the Wai
than four, possibly varying by reason fruit,
of the necessities of shipping space milk.
and the urgency of the demands for Until
the foreign commissions. are u
. "Before I could come to the Ameri- tea e
can base hospital where I am in range
charge of a Nurse's Club, I was ret i
obliged to have a red workers' per- in. ar
mit," writes a Y. W. C. A. war work- read
or in hIranco. "This permit, a mer w*. h
slip of red paper issued by by the Ad- cuit
jutant General of the American Ex- Nc
peditionary Forces, makes me a mil- Bas
itarized citizen. With this order, I ani Bs
subject to all military rulings, eve
to being shot at dawn if I am found Milit
to be a spy. W ith it, too, I was able
to travel first class on the railroad
at a quarter of the regular fare. We It
milit~arized peof~le are certainly treat- unifc
edl welL"' the
"The hospital is an old monastery critic
which is set in a beautiful country. It in th
has the splendid great garden-like on n)
court which the French like so much. inm th
The nurses' baraeks herei are built in direc
the shape of the letter E with a com- lied
fortable corridor along one side. I CC
have a single room with a trench that
stove, a comfortable cot bed, a tiny men
table, three chairs and a row of hooks. of di
My trunk serves as a bureau and also for
as a convenient seat when the girls ble. f
come in. The walls are plasteredl and is h<
there is electric lighting. With the dloins
excep~tion of hot water we have many piloyc
of the comforts of home. Our English W<c
classes are meeting here until the Y. ever
WV. C. A. hut is completed." drive
''Each of us receive?; three bread C'ases
tickets a month. We do not pay for iver
them, but, without a ticket we cannot fort
get bread. One square from it pays mlonit
for bread for a meal. We have no dutrir
eds of inquiries for farms of all journ
mzted in everyr section. List your it mt
md assure quick sale and the best comit
day and let us include your place nighi
ertising bulletin sent to thousands not b
rerywhere. Our up-to-date meth- per c
Write today. enab!
lalty Co., Inc.
teal Estate Agency" Grlet
--Quick Service" for tw<
COLUMBIA, S. C. euing'
R has no time
ie cost as he
into the un
n, as he springs
o success or
adpy toes not worry r1
nd save to t
I keep them1
and no milk except condensed K
Aside from that we fare well. w
the Y. W. C. A. hut is open we
ing a tent with a floor and eight 01
ws, as a parlor. Here we serveb
very afternoon. The nurses ar
their work so that most of them"
for a cup. Evenings they drop
I read tot them. Last night I
some of 0. Henry's stories and is
ad hot chocolate and crisp bis
rses' clubs are maintained by Y.
. A. workers in all American
Hospitant Compund in f Foranegt.
vry Disciprnen Thegnursar-ni
fofacp.Eenm s thyro
is plrannd tot theLs mninhto f
some sufficieny' stofresndo
[aid hotcoate ndrito avid. s
res nsio ama itinaed .
iitry rimcpie and Regua serig!
is wokla fel toht they re in f
blited St ae unifoce to athe Al
MENSuTION-am vis believed a
t ilbeypreie toaen i men aevny
sawor exmptio feithatrthy are ior
>raine mitar service. and thit
ind thats eeypsihhepi
thiNsAwibernderedi baliem-e i
meto will be5il toecr~uitd nher-y
frs is dapted hohem an al
atdeptcmnstion ill e or(
o. onther eason it men nole iii
issiethis will be 8re . y,) er'
s ofriodso. triig -\e i
idensil asethe ork notruked
bei pada in Iadditinaal i allne
t theose prov it'en o enrlsted
in5 ther . Women wi I't de-'
-n ti w aieieadtion a alf com
tion equatl o tht aid)-- m\en with
tivest ts wiethe ohr depttarend
cats awiln ayti r tlownt ex
vinl the refunde upon th arri
Ciag wi d eth e preset jntatI cof
rio voubr to thatpidnaendquar
It ist weied ther theprt'nen fo
sfrtraveling toene shold not bet
tilroade rnspoain thei athie
Cl moa'i tece tt here the
cesar vch'5to preie ioleepinguacr
tdaios frnotls than rtwo
travelinciea expenses wildlolb
rosranfed i necessary two doar
ia TIra prvsion evr, wiill
ealodatints ext heh hg
uti cofstfiinlnt to thesekes
cesWormso vii nle e pin Chel
hodren ~r nt worms havean tn
yso, whi indenaltespeod nas wil
'S TrASTELEcl ecesoftw giolglarsy
aor Thiws roisioenrc hevbeoo, i
e allgepioanats to rea Chicagoh
utncst to heselvem. Ntr lte
o orslews, an athy Childwilb
bet hato Plae wen worms Ana an umn-s
AS ADYIC[ [OR ALL
AGED FOLKS, SH[ SAYS
ndorson Woman Tolls of Remark.
able Change She Experienced
i'as Unable to Do Any Ilouseworli
When She Began Taking Taniac
Which Greatly Aided Her
"When I began taking Tan!ae I
id not been able to do a single thing
round the hout ', but that medicine
rtainly did a lot forI me," said Mrs
manda Allen, of 13 E. Whitner St.,
nderson. "When I started taking
," she continuel, "I was a sufferer
-on stomach t.ouble, everything I
etrt me, akd gas formed in great
.ant ities on my stomach. My nerves
Ad gone to pieces. I had lost a lot
P sleep heca.: ." of tne vou.nes
id I could not .endure the least noise
lso my ankles, feet and legs were
ily swollen and my health was all
in down. It seemed that I got ne
airishment from my food, and I he.
ime very weak. I suppose kidne.
'ouble caused my limb)s to sv. ell.
"But since taking Tanlac I am not
othered with stomach trouble, m3
:omach has hern strengthened ant
agulated. All that swelling in m
nibs had gone when I h-a! taken tw
cttles of Tanlac. My nerves becamt
rong. My general health is far het
r and I am stronger in every way
am well up in years and it takes ex
ra good medicine to do one as oh
s I am and one who was in as bad
ndition as I was, as much good a:
anlac did te. That is a reason wh
praise Tanlac. It is fine, and nov
am strong and lively and in far het
!r health as a result of taking Tan
Tanlac, the Master Mellicine, is sol
y )ickson's [)rug Store, Manning
[. W. Nettles, .Jordan; Shaw & Plow
en, New ion; Farmers' Supply Co.
ilver; D. C. Rhame, Summerton.
Owing to the difficulty usually ex
erienced in getting seeds planted it
to fall garden to germinate, it is wisp
soak them a few hours before plant
ig. Cover the seeds lightly whet
lanting, then soak the ground, m:
nish the covering with fine dry soil
ne dust mulch wil retain the mois
ire, entabling the seeds to gernmina;
nd to comei up.
GOOD POULTRY HOUSE
Whitewash is the cheapest of al
ints and may be used either for ex
''ior or interior surfaces. It can b!
ade by slaking about 10 pounds 01
Luicklim'e in a pail with 2 gallims o!
ater, covering the pail with -lorA o1
trlap. and allowing it to slake foi
ne .rur'. Water is then added t<
ring the whitewash to a cons i eIn.
hieh may be applied read il:. A
eather-proof whitewash for o teici
urfaces may be made as follow.;: (1
lake I hushel of quicklime in 12 gni
ns ci hot water, (2) dissolve
:unds of comnion salt and 1 pouned ':
lphate of zinc in 2 gallons of boilin,
ater; hour (2) into (1), then add :
allons of skim milk and mix thor
ughly. Whitewash is spread lightly
v;r the surf'ue with a broad brush.
GR;lEEN T'OMATO'( PIE
A green tomito pie may be made a
ollows: Line a pie pan with pi
rust, place in it a layer of th'inL
liced green enmatoes, sprinkle w'.it.]
Ligar, cinnamor. and a little fleur, rei
eat ing until the pan is full. SpreI'i
cru-'t over lhe topi, make a fes
tean ->les i a, and bake ini 0 mod0
rat. oveni umlii the tomatoes are we]
oine, or abou: :;5 minutes. A teaspoo
f i-uitter or other fat. dlotte.] 'ver th
i( hofoire t hi top) crust is adde
a es the pie richer.
A ll WOM EN 1-'O)il ' .*t WORK
llv woiman in tI-e U,'.ted State
rallied to the colo s. A women
omminitteec has been formed at I Tead]
uar'ters in New Yolrk for the purpjos
f mobilizing this feminine army.
Mr's. H enry~ I-'. D~avjson, whoi
'ha irman oi(f the Uniiiteoi War Wor
'ampaign (It the Y. WV. C.A., is nm;
ending this WXomnen's tomminitte cc
hie entire nat ion.
Sow Wood's High-Grade
For Best and Most
Our Virginia-Grown Seed
Wheats are superior for the
Soulth - make larger yiekds
andl better quality of grain.
Write for "WOOD'S CROP SPE
CIAL" giving prices and information
about SEED WHEAT, SEED OATS,
SEED RYE, BARLEY and all olher'
Seeds for F'all Sowing.
T. W.Wood & Sons
Seedamen. Richmond, Va.
Plant WHITE PEARL AND BER
MUDA ONION SETS for profita
ble crops, %oth for home use
and market. Writo for
"eWOod's Crop Spocial,"
Every woman is herewith invited
to join the ranks, if interested in any
one, or all of the seven organizations
united for the drive, which includes
the Y. M. C. A.; Y. W. C. A.; W. C. C.
S.; Jewish Welfare League; National
Catholic War Work Council- Ameri
can Library Association and Salvation
Mrs. Davison, who is the wife of the
chairman of the American Red Cross.
will visit Atlanta and other cities of
the Southeastern States at an early
TOA, l F 200 on
Paris. Sett. 29.-Fren -h. lritis1
' I't American t.id Tk.(l'i n t:-aoon in
the inet three, dav' hav, '-ant-)r"^d 40.
000 nrironers annd :301 ns. it is st i
mlatel here. Sinee .hdv1% 18, the Al
lies have cn otured 200.000 nrisoners,
.1000 guns anl 20.000 npich ine gunns
"1'1 enormons rom n atities of material.
This does not take into acocunt th' on
erations in MI-e'homia and Palestine.
GE'l'TING ON Tl! EIR NIEIINl:S
-\ :t'- '-i. Seot. 29.-.-'t'he Aeeri
nl bonlbardment of the fortress of
Metz is gettinut on the nerves of thi
I) rman 'eo1)le. This is enm ohasizI
he a lorresp)on lent of 'Ih Rheinii':h
WXes'tohIi nIihm (' ePotte. of Esseni, who
visited Metz on 'htrsdav.
When the hombiardment of the for
'ss nre's tartel the inhabitants of
the city believed an air raid w-- in
nirottress and took to their cellars.
Vheln the truth became known miany
nerso+s left the cit v, bur most of them
nOW' have returne.
Bet weni Se1)t e1 her 22 a nd Sept-,s
b''"r 'a. the corerespondlent stve, forty
shells fell in the outskirts of the. citv
(where the forts are located1, killin:
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fall I
to cure Itching, Blind. lleeding or Protruding Piles!
Instantly relieves Itching Piles, and you can i.,
restful sleep after the first application. Price 64k
- HE Smallest VICTROlA,
your commani dIthe worll
strunental, exactly as reI
So the Publi
ing Machine to.. dies:iinating~ the
use of the word Vl 'TRO(LA upon
I legal. %ahio
28 N. MAINf STiRT
a few persons and doing damage to
Other correspondents attempt to ap
pease the anxiety of the Germans by
pointing out that Metz is fortified
strongly with all the latest devices.
WON'T BAR 'HE CIR('US
Gov. laninng Withdraws Objections
on Account of Fair
Columbia, Sept. 29.--Governor Man
ning today withdrew his objections to
the circus performance in Columbia
next week, the State Board of 1lealth
not feeling that it would be acting
consistently in barring the circus and
allowing the State Fair to operate.
A GOO) FlRIEND
A good friend stands by you when
in need. Manning people tell how
)oan's Kidney Pills have stood the
test. W. It. White, Boundry St., Man
ning, endorsed )oan's ten years ago.
and again confirms the story. Could
you ask for more convincincg testi
Mr. White, gave the rollowing state
ment March 19, 1908: "1 sufferei
with kidney trouble for some years. I
woul have to get up a good deal dur
ing the night to pass the kidney se
cretions which were highly coiloi
and contained a brick-dust like sedi
nient. I suffered cons:antly with
backaches and there were sharp pains
across my loins. cly back ached badly
and I certainly was in misery. I used
I)an's Kidney Pills and they gave me
splendid relief, n,.cking me f-el bet
ter ir every way."
NlE.\R.Y TEI-N YEARS LATER or
ol Pebruary 1., 1918, Mr. White said:
"It is always :a pleasure to reconm
mtend I)oan's Kidney Pills. I found
tlem the only rcemedy that did me
any good; in fact, I)oan's cured mte
of all my trouble."
Price lse, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy--get
I)oan's Kidney Pills--the same that
Mir. White had. l-aster- Milburn Co.,
Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
is well as the l.argest, puts at
s bedj music, both vocal and in
iderled by the greatest artists.
M Ay Kliow
Trdtle Mark o f the Victor- Talk.
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ccr in the prctiontt of anyv oth -
If yucc ennct comelc t<
'iur storec, lct us sen<
\t ta a \ic-.cc t up tcc
your~ homeci. Wc sIp
thom ,i yocu rcat'
lcacked. Write us fcr
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