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TANLAC PROVED TO
BE A FINE REMEDY
Mrs. Worthey Says She Gladly Gives
4 SPARTANBURG WOMAN
"'It Helped Me in Every Way I Need
ed Relief." Is Her Statement
"Tanlac proved to be a good tonic
and stomach remedy for me and it
helped me in every way I needed re
lief," declared Mrs. J. J. Worthey, of'
68 Railroad Ave., Arkwright, Spar
tanburg, in a statement she gave June
7th. "I was troubled a great deal
with indigestion and my whole sys
tem was run downi. My appetite was
gone. I was troubled awfully with
nerIvousness, and headaches caused me
a- lot of suffering. When I had one
of those bad nervous attacks, I could
rot rest at night. The Tanlac quieted
and strengthened my nerves, though,
and I soon was eating heartily, and
the indigestion loft me in a little
while. Those headaches were relieved
quickly too. In a short time I was
feeling a great deal better. I am glad
to endorse Tanlac, for it helped me in
Tanlac, the Master Medicine, is sold
by Dickson's Drug Store, Manning;
II. W. Nettles, Jordan; Shaw & Plow
den, New Zion; Farmers' Supply Co.,
Silver; D. C. Rtname, Summerton.
for the holidays. There';
purpose than our Lucas
Enamels, Varnishes, Br
Furniture, Bath Rooms,
Stoves and Heaters, 11
Picture Frames, etc., etc.
any Paint requirement
Come see us or ring 'Pr
with our Paint Man, C.
Now Let U
Music will brin;
family, not only
but every day is
one of our
All the latest
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Charleston, S. C..
Get What You Want
our Fine Line of Glass
Enamel Ware, Etc., at
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WRECK NEAR DILLON
CAUSES MANY INJURIES
Fifty-five Injured When Passenger
Train Left Track
ALL WERE PASSENGERS
Dr. Stackhouse More Seriously Hurt
Broken Rail Believed to Have
Ditched No. 78
Dillon, Nov. 24.-Fifty-five persons
were injured, none fatally it is
thought when Atlantic Coast Line
passenger train No. 78, running from
Charleston to Fayetteville, N. C., was
thrown from the track just one mile
south of this place tonight. Of those
hurt, 32 were white and 23 negroes,
all passengers. Dr. Wade Stackhouse,
an extensive planter o: Dillon, is the
most seriously hurt. He was injured
about the head and concussion of the
brain is feared. It is thought the
cause of the wreck was a broken rail.
When the train, whiclh was running
at about 40 miles an hohr, struck the
stretch of track just a mile south od
Dillon, the passenger coaches were
thrown into an open field. The en
gine and the mail and express cars
remained on the rail, and they im
i.iediately were brought to this town
for medical assistance.
Every physician and nurse in Dillon
vent to the scene and helped to relieve
the wounded. who were brought here
and placed in the local hotel.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
restores vitality and energy by purifying and en
riching the blood. You can soon feel its Strength
enin". Invigorating Effect. Price 60c.
* THE HOME
3 nothing better for the
line of beautiful Stains,
onzes, etc., for Floors,
Bath Tubs, Wainscoting
'on Fireplace Fixtures,
We are prepared to fill
from Cellar to Roof.
one 8 and get in touch
R. Breedin, at
s All Have
g joy to all the
i the year with
Shieet Music on
M1achine Record Stock
Florence, S. C.
at the Right Price-See
and Crockery Ware,
Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Restored Her Health.
Philadelphia, Pa.-"I was veryweak,
always tired, my back ached, and 1 felt
sickly most of the
time. I went to a
doctor and he said
I had nervous indi
gcstn~n, which ad
c:.d to my weak
condition kept me
II ~ worrying most of
the time-and he
said if I could not
stop that, I could
not get well. I
Lyd ia E. Pinkham's
pound my huband wanted me to try it.
1 took it fora week and felt a little bet
.er. I kept it up for three months, and
I feel fine and cnn eat any thing now
without distress or nerv ousness.- "-Mrs.
J. WOiRTHLINE, 2842 North Taylor st.,
The majority of mothers nowadays
overdo, there are so many demands
upon their time and strength; the result
is invariably a weakened, run-down.
nervous condition with headaches, back
ache, irritability and depression - and
soon more serious ailments develop.
It is at such periods in life that Lydia M.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will
restore a normal healthy condition, as
it did to Mrs. VWerth'
The injured sustained everything
from slight bruises to broken limbs.
Many of them were thrown out the
train, while others had to be cut out,
of the coaches. It was impossible to
procure an accurate list of the wound
ed late tonight.
82,000 Greeks Deported During Occu
pation of Macedonia
Saloniki, Nov. 26.-The Bulgarians
ci.iring their occupation of Eastern
Macedonia deported 82,000 Greeks re
siding there, according to official Bul
garian documents in the possession of
M. Divaropoules, sub-prefect of Dem
irrhissaf. le was deported by the Bul
garians and was compelleli to work in
the central bureau of deported person,
at Choumia on acocunt of his know
iodge of the Bulgarian language, and
he obtaned the official documents
there. A very large number of those
deported, he says, succumbed to fam
me, torture and enforced labor. At
Kitchevo, a number of Greeks were
burned alive under the pretext that
they had the typhus microbe.
A fter the Bulgar fan capitulation
the condition of the deported Greeks
improved somewhat, but the Bulgari
an authorities forbade the prefect to
visit the camps of the Greeks. How
ever, he went to several camps, and
found the Greeks suffering greatly
from thirst, the Bulgarians having re
fused to give them sufficient water.
ASKS FOR REUNION
Bosnians Want Bosnia and llerzego
Basel, Nov. 2.-The Bosnian Na
tional Government has addressed a
note to Crown Prince Alexander, of
Serbia, asking for an immediate re
union of Bosnia and H erzegov'ina,
with the Serbian Kingdom, under the
sovereignty of the K(a rageorgev itch
dlynasty, of which th-- Csown Prince is
the ruling head.
.Karageorge (Black George) Petro.
v'itch, was the founder of the reigning
dynasty in Serbia. lie was murdered
in 1817, leaving twvo sons, one of
whom ,,Alexander, became t he reign
ing Prince in 1842. TIhe title of Alex
a nder to the t hrone was con)~firmed,
but the dignity is not hereditary. In
1857 Alexander- was rorced toi abdi
citite and was han ished. The Obreno
vitch dynafusty' then becname the reign
mlg house of Serbia, and conin ued un
tilI 1)03, whlens K ingi A lexander and his
Queen were murdered. Then the Kanra
georgevit(ch ilouse returned to power,
King Perer* I becoming monarch. Hiis
(ibler sor', Prince George., reinuned
succ(ession to thle throne in 1 909 and
Prince A lexander, h;ir younger broth-.
or, became thle heir appa90rent. Prince
Alexander fought vith great dlinine..
ion duiring~ the recenit Allieid offensi ce
m Southern Serbia.
Adl158 LEE BU RIED 'IONIl)AY
W-ash ington, Nov. 25.-The funeral
of Mliss Mary Cu rt is Le.e, the Iast sur'
vimg (daughter of Gekn. Itobert E.
I .ee, was held( here at the church of
Ep1i phany yesterdany aft ernoon at 'I
(''lock. Inatermenit was prIvate.
MIiss Lee (lied at I lot Springs, Vas.,
last Th ursdally.
('ITATlION O" LETT~ERIS
STATE 01" 80UT C'I(A ROLINA,
County of Cla rendon.
By JT. M. Windlhum, Probate Jiudge.
Whereas, ,Ja mes V. Burgess mnade
suit to mec to grant him Letters of Ad
ininistrat ion of the Estate and ef
fccts of Will inam P. Webber,
Tlhe~ne are, therefore, to cite and ad
mnonish all and singular the lKindred
end Credlitors of tihe said William P'.
Webber, deceased, that they be0 andI ap
pear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to lbe held at Mdannmng on the
9th day of D~ecember, niext, after pub
lhcation hereof, at 11 o'cloe)< in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any they
Pies Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Druggists rfundiif money If PAZO Oi1RMENT falls
to cure Itcilni, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles.
Instantly relieves itching Piles and you can elt
restful slen after the first apnlicatlon. PrIe ,le
serving the most discriminat
with many customers in Cl
II be pleased to give you the s
Iways given, and your slighte
or us, and we are prepared foi
elow may be of some help to
s and Buckles. Laval
k Marks Lock(
ton Dishes Mirr
celet Watches Neck
die Sticks Napk
:l Cases Neck]
>gne Bottles Pictu
irette Cases Pend;
air Buttons Rosa]
f Links Rings
k Sets Thimi
ntain Pens Scarf
Drops Seal I
Pins Tie C
r Brushes Watc
el Boxes Silver
Rings Cut (
a pleasure to hear from you.
Vatchmakers and J
I5. Catalog o
'istrat"on Raisins, Currant
ls 26th Peel, Jellies, Butternu
il-i, 1918. Almonds, Extracts, Si
Proba'te. THE MANNI
No trespassing or hunting on
INA, following land in I larmony and Pht
den Mill Townships: On the Juit
.ude ltlace; Montgomery piace; I)ani
uit to w place; Speigner farm andl Tin
numI~lstra'- dal la1ce and( L ev i plac..
s of Lulai J. M. GRiAIIA M, Agent
Forl D). WV. AlermaIn13, Sons1 &
Kind(1red .____.. ___
at~e, to be" 0F A D 5lISTR A TlI
h daly of
ablicationi STlATICE O1 SOUITI CA\ Rt(LINA,
f'orenoon, Counity of C'larendon.
.1d niot be Whereas, Timmons00 C. H owle m;
su t to meW to grani~t him1) l.etters of
25th day m limistrnation of the Estaite and4 eff,
1918. of ILwrence KeithI Howhe,
) IIA M. These are, there fore, to cite mal(
Proba te. mon ish all and singulla r t he l id
andll(( Crdtors of t he said l.a wre
ltA'lION Try a Hag of PR
.INA. AIM4ERMARLE~ PL/
Jndge, of bakinlg, and1(, if it, de
le* suit to or pastry of any F'lot
ffects ofI areC on111. Sold only ai
,hC (u:t TH'' Ej MANN I
'xt, after -
ek( in the
alte, After Dec
Th'le fol1(loig will be out
P'robate. j Mte is Suits, Sp~ongedl and Pii
- -- Me' Suits Steam 41Cleanei
Al en's Sutits I fry ( leanled~
ION adies ('oat Suits Spongjed l
[NA, l~adies t oat Suits Dry (lean
JTuds- ladies long toalts Dry (lea
it to me44 Ladie s I)relsses Splonged and1(
01ilit~- I adies Dr esses IDry Ch'aned4 (
M\en's Overcoats Made Newv
a31( 141 Mehn's (Overcooats Splonged an,1
beC and1, We hav'e a4 dry clean34in4g
I (If Pro- ar l( ie repared' to give thle beost
20th daiyMa i
1918. M n
We have been
that we have a
not too small f
The list L
It w1i be
285 King Stre<
have, why the sailt Admi:
should not be granted.
(;IVF:N under my hand t
day of November, Anno Don
.1. :i. WIN:
(ITATION 01 LETTERS
STATE OF S. %'I'1 CARO
County of Clarendon.
by J. Al. Vindham, Probate
Vhereas J. G. Senn made
to grant him Letters of A(
tion of the Estate andl effect
These are, therofore, to eit
monishi all andi singular th<
anmd Creditors of the said Lul
deira:sedl, that they he and a
fore~ me, in the Coumrt of Prol:
held at Manning, on the 9t
JNecembher, next, a fter' p
hereof, at 11l o'c'lock in the
te showv cause, if any they I
thle sid Adlministrat ion shot
G;iven und(er' my hanoi this
of Nove'mberi, Anno D)omini,
.J. Al. WINI
'ITATiION OF" 2TE'llS
8T.\T'lE Of" SOlT I ( 'A lt~
C outy i~ of (la rendon,
W~'her'eas. D). I.I Powvell ama
me( to gr'ant him ILetters of
te'ationt of t he E'ste and l
Samu01inel I). IPowel I l, dceased,
ha and a ppear lbefore mie, in1
of' Irohate, to be hel at Ala
lie 9th day of D ecembear mi
pllIient.ionu hereof, at II m'ek
feorenuoon, .to show cause, if
'ive. why the said Adimb
shouild nuot he granted.
Given under my hand this
cf Nov., An10 ~nu iomi, 1918.
.1. M1. WINI
STATE OF" SOIlTI CARllO,
Connaty of ('hiarend(oni.
B~y ,J. M. Windham, Pruobate
Whereas, H . a iln made su
to grant him Letter's of Adl
ion of the EstaIte and effe,
I ee TIhames,
These'5 are', therefore to ('it
mronish all and singular the
and Creditors of the said
'Thames, deceased, that the:
a1jppea r before meu, in the Coun
hate, to be held tat Mannin
2!nd day of D~ec. next, after
t'on hereof, at 11 o'clock in
noon, to showv cause if any tl
why the saidl Administratio
not he granted,.
G in under my hand! this
of' November, Anno Domini,
J. M. WINI
ing buyers of Jewelry
irendon and adjoining
aame careful attention
st inquiry in our line is
ryour large purchases
you in selecting.
The Hallmark Store,
f suggestions on request.
s, Citron, Candied Lemon
ts, Walnuts, Filberts, Eggs,
>ices, etc., at
NG GROCERY CO.
!K eith' liow e, deceasetd, that they be
:d appear before me, in the Court of
the PrIobate, to be hell at Alanni .g, on
t ho 2nd day of Dec. next, after publi
mt cation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
lnl.on, to show cause, if any they have,
w hy the said Adtminstration should
not he grantedi.
of ober, Antno l)ominui, 1918.
,M 3. WINDIIAMI,
.JOIude of Probate.
thI-'. tat ofiis Thoatsi NSmth de,.
ets I Fstat.
I Al.\ARY 1.. SMlITII,
rdI Somt, r. S. C.
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l10MIU1M SELF RISING or
SIN FLO)UR for' any kind
esn't make the finest bread
ir you ever saw, the treats
id fully guaranteedI by
NG GRO4?CERY CO.
Itt I .. 81.50
I 'resse I------------ 75e
etnd steanm (leanling macithtine, so we
oif serv ite. If work'1 is sat isftoy
t will make it right.
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inaj S. C.