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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1919.
PRE'ARED) FOR 'l'IIE COLD
American Soldiers at Archangel Have
Washington, Dec. 31.-The Amer
ican troop~s operating in Archne
were fitted out in Enghnd with
spe(ial clothing and other equipments
to meet the rigors of the Russian win
ter. Secretary Baker said today in
(Iiseusilg Statlt(i1~ts mad~e ill the
Senate yesterday that the troops were
"'Tie tro ps in Archangel were fitt
ed out with extreme care," Mr. Bakei
said. "While I was in London Gen
Biddle went over with me the detail:
of their fitting out and assured mi
that, with the assistance of the Brit
ish Government, they had had ever;
attention paid to their equipnt an
that carefully selected medical lper
sonnel accompanied them."
We have suc
getting a reall
qj burning dome
Price, $8.00 pi
Replying to a question as to rein- f
forceients for the Archangel expedi- ii
tion, Mr. Baker indicated that this
whole miatter was still under consid
eration by the 'supreme war council at
HIS FIRST PAYDAY ABROAD
President's Attorney Deposits Salary h
Check in Bank.
Washington, Dec. 31.-President
Wilson today had his first pay day
outside of the ilmits of the United
States and the treasury warrant for
$6,250 drawn to his credit probably
was the first presidential pay-check
ever endorsed by any one other than
the chief executive. When the Pres
ident left the country he designated
N. P. Webster, disbursing clerk at the
White Iouse, as his "attorney in
fact," and Mr. Webster today received
the warrant, endorsed it with Mr.
Wilson's name, then signed his own as
attorney and deposited the warrant
in the bank to the President's credit.
Pursuant to an order of J. M. Wind
- ham, Judge of Probate, I will sell to
I the highest bidder for cash, on Mon
- day, the 13th day of January, 1919,
at 10 o'clock A. M., at the residence
:eeded at lastlin
9 high-grade, free
stic coal that we
r ton at our yard.
lg Oil Mill
eceived two of the N<
we are prepar
over the old ni
Call at om
.45 Five P
) ~ Teler
OW DOCTORS TREAT
COLDS AND GRIPPE
Ask any physician. or druggists and
e will tell you that the best and only
fective remedy for a bad cold, sore
iroat, influenza or la grippe is what
e calls "a brisk calomel purge,"
ihich means a big (lose of calomel
t bed time. But as the old style cailo
al has some very unpleasant and
langerous qualities physicians and
Iruggists are now recommending the
mproved nauseless calomel, called
'Calotabs" which is purified and re
ined from the sickening and danger
mus effects and whose medicinal vir
ues are vastly improved.
One Calotab on the tongue at bed
ime with a swallow of water,-that's
ill. No salts, no nausea nor the
lightest interference with your diet,
pleasures or work. Next morning
your cold has vanished and your en
ire system is purified and refreshed.
Calotabs are sold only in original
scaled packages, price thirty-five
cents. Your druggist guarantees
Calotabs by refunding the price if
you are not ,delighted.--adv.
of the late Horace M. Thames, de
ceased, the following personal prop
erty: stock of general merchandise,
2 mules and gear, woodsaw, one saw
mill and ginnery outfit complete, en
gine and boiler, lot of cottonseed, 40
gallons of machine oil, one pmder
parcher, five showcases, two pair of
scales, one ice box, one iron safe, one
adding machine, one telephone, one
kerosene tank, two money draws, two
tobacco choppers, two lamps, one
heater, one lot of 4 foot wood and
any other article of personalty belong
ing to said estate.
Susan Elizabeth Thames,
Manning, S. C., Dec. 24, 1918.-2t.
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE.
I will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County on the 27th
day of Janu ry, 1919, at 11 o'clock,
A. M. for Letters of Discharge as Ad
ministrator of the Estate of J. Elbert
Julius S. Davis,
Manning, S. C., Dec. 30, 1918.-pd.
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1918, we extend our thanks
to our many customers and
friends. We have tried in
every way to be worthy of
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placed in us, and we wish
to express our appreciation
We hope for a continuance
of our pleasant relations for
1919, and we are better pre
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