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A COMPL[TE SURVEY Of [YERY '
NURS[ IN TH[ COUNTRY ;
In response to a recent appeal from I1
the Government for a compl2te sur- (
vey or census of all women who can w
render nursing aid to civil and mili
tary nopul.tions of this country and in
its allies, the Southern Division of the D7
American Red Cross, through its re
cently appointed manager, M.r. A
#Eugene Black, of Atlanta, has planned 10
a complete organization1 to procure th
We have just r
B LKS anc
and can fill any order. In
extra nic~e Southern drive
car to feed andl they will n
the size and1 quality and ou
move. Our stock Harness
gies and Wagons you will
I invite your inspection bef<
studied the needs of our c
of years, and we feel we
suit our customers in oui
n this War
kds to Your U
i Contributed to Winning to Wai
/IS & BARNES
is information as soon as possible, The
id the first step in this direction is bing
e appointment by Mr. Black of Mr.
rnnk E. Callaway as Division Super- '"K r
sor of the Nursing Survey. Under try f
e direction of Mr. Callaway and in h-ip
ose co-operation with the Division sebo(
areau of Nursing and the Chapter im
,mmittees already established, the sol(i
rk of locating every woman quali- gove
or for nursing in any way will be tries
imediately begun in the Southern dem
vision. of th
The. Department of Nursing of the cens
m'rican Red Cross up to August, imno
18 hadl transferredl 13,000 nurses to 11nd
e Surgeon General of the Army. this
aceived a car' 7 "I'
i HORSES txi:
this lot we have a fewsv i
e's. We didn't buy this 1 E
ot stay long. We have T ".l2
r prices will make them j
,Mowers, Rakes, Bug- <~ nt
find comp~lete, and we t~r<
>re you buy. We have at(2
astomers for a number Slnc
now have anything to bett <i
S~- A ....A hf~ too
quota reqiuired by Ja:nuary 19119
2-25,000, sending an ever increas
umber of nurses out of the coun.
>r service overseas; and the num
need(ed to supervise trainline'
Is and public health work in this
ry. to conserve the hea-lth of
rs' families at homne; supplying
enmental hospitals for war indus
and marine hospital service; all,
nd the entire nursing resources
e country. Therefore a complete
is is absolutely imperative. It;
25,000, n ltgete an .iceas
ur o nolles hunme ofl the
ir inrvte outrsys 1( traied nfor
ne.de vto i erdone an itzi
Ied publios eafetiv wayk isthi
mal' fanvases annt byie ma1ilS
'nationa opitfrasion.a ids
dliio main this serve; and.
Soustry.nnaire oer avr cipos
brisachsolfe iorati hich
bea uefu nt the governmnt inmte
ine vorsenaild in deterinn
fitness forl bectimal d ork.
int ne n fo theyNtoa
q urte s atiWashinte in ere
ito te metods eomirring for
work andfthtsfuld co-ovein tof
g iitsts of nurses.a th Indiiduan
asto physicians, cermsie. phr
vts,~ e.tc., mayt ea help an fur-V
'i to oltthe aie Cofssl hep
'enasonre in thei(o~r rindi-o
inl ocanvases andl notes lubsi
tiations fre for registre-oti
('tisboards wof heh land chrit
(izat ions of kin thins aurey ansi
ebromnc hich information which
e seuth varou therrorment may
h oresated.n etri ni i
fist necfreato procrk. hi
mat n as oon asoibe heNtonce
,vr adtefulle co-opera o ever
'ul c is earnlesiredlicitd th e-i
g Seisto rs(ill nrlatly dapre
him,(., i ues tionaiewll in'fur
d~ to thres loald Cro ine will
mpe from th 'sres lnkss the atid
I camltion wfhtle nurey itis
ithatos the nurme fo veiwoman
htUited ta t oes hois, itIt for
n, wheohrd ofhen Ita at presenatr
reiztivn ofeen indae alths
ewifrbi known indfthemartinart
as in teaoueritalorie fullty
lunieeTha Dork Ntfec thary a
Te of iton and ta at iveeffect, hLAXA
fulles cUININ iseetite ro eve rdnry
e ind dortes nt cau(set nvotnee lno
himnh. Qetionnerte will naie fur
d tho anur ad a car nnex avl
The United States Civil Service
Commission has announced an exam
ination to be held at Sumter, S. C.,
:n Oct. 26, 1918, as a result of which
it is expected to make certification to
fill a contemplated vacancy in the po
sition of fourth-class postmaster at
Davis Station, and other vacancies as
they may occur at that office, unless
iti shall be decided in the .interests of
the service to fill the vacancy by re
nstatement. The compensation of the
postmaster at this office was $365
for the last fiscal year.
Applicants must have reached their
twenty-first birthday on the date of
the examination, with the exception
that in a State where women are de
clared by statute to be of full age for.
purposes at eighteen years, women
!ighteen years of age on the date of
the examination will be admitted.
Applicants must reside within the
territory supplied by the post office
for which the examination is an
The examination is open to all cit
izens of the United States who can
comply with the requirements.
Application blanks, Form 1753, and
full information concerning the re
quiremenW of the examination can be
secured from the postmaster at the
place of vacancy or from the United
States Civil Service Commission,
Washington, D. C.
Applications should be properly ex
ecuted and filed with the Commission
at Washington, D. C., at the earliest
FIRST PROSECUTION BY TE
BUREAU OF VITAL, STATISTICS
C. W. Miller, Chief Clerk of the
Bureau of Vital Statistics of the State
Board of Health, brought suit against
Dr. B. K. H. Kreps of Columbia for
failure to report births attended by
him within the prescribed ten days as
specified by state statute.
Dr. Kreps was prosecuted on four
counts to which he pleaded guilty.
lagistrate Coker, before whoml the
case was brought, imposed a fine in
cech of the four cases.
This was the first prosecution of
the Bureau. For this reason, Dr.
James A. Hayne. State health Offi
cer, requested that sentence be sus
Mr. ilier emphasized that prose
cutions will be brought in all cases
coming to his attention, and upon con
viction, no further suspension of sen
tentence will be recoin(neldel.
AMERICANS HAVE NO FEAR
Story of Sammies' Reckless Disre
gard for )anger
Paris (by mail )-A new story of
the A merican fighting man's reckless
<disregard for dangver which is one of
the greatest problems of their offi
('rs to curb was broutght to Paris to
riay by Wilbur M. Wilson, a Baptist
ciergym an from Colorado, who went
.il the wav from Chateau-Thi erry to
IFisnes with a Pensvlvania regiment
in the drive which began in July.
"With my own eyes," said Mr. Wil
son, "I have seen A me'ricin boys steal
out from the trenches to a frog ponn
Map's Land, calmly remove
th * n:iiform: and dive into the cool
waters with Germoan snipers not -i
bndrl m yoerds away in their trenches.
The A mericanl boy appeurs to be ab
Sahite.ly unafraid. The greater the
number of casualties in his own unit.
the greater his resolve to make the
Germans pay the price. Ilis morale in
c"re.ases notably every time a com
r-tl1 falls with (ermean bullets in his
"Mr. Vilson was in thlie front l ines
fo~r two months. serving in the uni
formj of the Yi. M. C. A. Many times.
he sa ys. he drcove hiis truck ahead of
the field k itchien an furnt iiiished hot
drinks, smokes aind sweets to menll whoi
had had nothing to eat for two days
ex~cept their irioni ration. lFrancis 'B.
Saiyre, P'residleint WilIson 's son - in-1law,
was with himi for two days njorth of
(Chatea-TIhierry. lie ts on his way
bac'k to Americica to aid ini the united'
war work camiipa ign in N oveimber
when the drive for $1 70),500i,000 will
be0 made(1 to caorry' on the work in which
the "*Y", tihe Salvation Armny, National
(Cathol ie War (CouncilI, Kniiighits o(f Co
huiinius, .iewvishi Web-are Board, the
Amieriicani Librairy Asso'iat ioni and
wari (amOip commu1 n nityV serv~ice ar ico(- -
DuR A NT & EI,13RB1.
Attorneys at l~aw.
MANNING. S. C
RI. 0. Purdy. S. Oliver O'hlryan.
PURIDY & O'lIRYAN,
MANNING, S. C.
Attorneys and C'ounselors nt Law.
F'REl) IlSESN F,
Attorney at Law,
Dilice' Over Ihome Bank & 'lirust Coa.
MANNING, S. C'.
On First-Class Real Estate Mortgages4
P'URDIY & O'IIRYAN,
Attorneys at Law,
MANNING, S. C:.
J. WV. WID)EMAN
Attorney at Law5
Dlhices Adjoining "The Hlerald" Bldg
DR. J. A. COiL,
MANNING, S. C.
Upstairs Over 'Weinberg's Corner
MANNING. S. C.
Dairy and Pou
Call us over Long Di.
B. B. Kirkian
Sumter Railway i
BAR IRON, PIPI
Nothing but the ver
our prescriptions, and ti
the way your physician
and a full and<
A MODERN SC
We keep a I
Below Bank of Manning
We )V s ~al at tent ion to5
tat ra.\Vj t ti W. S
Buy Thrift St
Buy a Bab~y B
It will b~e worth $5.04
This is 4 per cent. co
Go to your Bankl
or any projressi
and1 ask for infoi
.Lw. S. S. SOL.D
This space patric
to War Savings
Manning Oil Mi!
tance at our expense
d Seed Co.
1411 Assembly St.
IIA, S. C.
Mill Supply Co.
>f Mill Supplies
k Mill Supply Co.
SUMTER, S. C.
y best materials go into
icy are compounded just
omplete line of
tll Line of
OS and CANDIES.
Marnin ', S. C.
pt. shipmI~ent. YouZ w.ill nmke noi~
inspec(t ionl, by it adetisedl reput
ni, S. C.
the War !
amps at 25c.
)fnd for $4. 15.
3 on1 Januiary 1. 1923.
ter, Post Office.
ye business man
-m at ion.
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