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To do your duty <
times your health sh
tell how they found
IIellam, Pa.-" I took Lydia
etable Compound for female i
placement. I felt all run down a
I had been treated by a physicia
so decided to give Lydia E. Piiik
a trial, and felt better right a
since last April and doing all n
I was unable to do any work.
table Compound is certainly the
take when in this condition. I gi
this let ter."--Ms. E. .11. Cut
Lowell, Mich.-"I suffered
don pains, was irregular am
displacenct. I began to take
table Compound which gave imc
ny heIaIt II. I should like to reco
remedies to all suffering wome
ear way."-Mrs. E'1.51 11.i i m, R
KEEP LIVE STOCK Off
THE RAILROAD TRACKS
Gable, S. C., Dec. I28 . 1
To the I-ditor of Tihe .la:inning 'l'ine,
Mlann ing, S. ('.
Dear \l r. Editor:
hlaving bee(n :tpplointel Live Stoc*;.
Agent b" the South Carolina State
Council of I)efcnse I wish to ask that
you print inl your coltmns this al
the elosed letter, wh:'h is a cireu
lar to all Live Stock Agents.
There is a great number of meat
aninals sacrificed each year IV allow
ing. them to run at large on railroad
rights of way and I wish to appaeal
to the citizens of Carendon County
to discontinue thi:; practice. XWhile
South Carolina is not particularly a
meat growing State, I am info romeI
that there is somtething ii:e $5,00)
worth of meat animals killed by rail
r.oat(d trains in this State annually.
C. P. (Gable.
December 22, 1:118.
To tho Live Stock Agents:
We have received your card notify
ing us that you have accepted appoint
mtent. as special live stock agent. of
the ('ouncil of Dtefense in our e m
paign for the conservation of live
stock of the rairoads.
We are writing to impress upon
you the necessity of continuing your
etforts. A magnificent victory has
been won, but the need for conserva
tion is still urgelt. Our soldiers and
those of our allies, who will he on
duty in France for months to come,
must he fel and we wish you would
impress this fact. on the minds of all
stock o)wners in yo)ur vicinity.
The Belgians, Russians, Aust rins,
Armten i:m s an id Sytians5 are utin dre
nteedl of toodl -thtey areO lterally fac
intg' starvattion. it mtidition tot the
normal~t Iptopuhit tion wye are requtiired to
furnish food for, the signing of the
armistice oplented Iuip cotrtt ies ih itheritto
cut otff bringing ini two hundredl mli!
Ilion more hungry motiihs to he fedl.
These people iare looking tot thIe great
Uinitedl States to suppt~ly them with
food andil clothes. It :s til tto us tto
see t hat these ar e taahitbb-.
TIhis movttemieit, unilike stome thetrs
which ytohu have htelped ptut attrotss, is
not mereily' its a war mteasurt btut 1e
eernts equailly the nttrmail, peacet~ time
dlevelopmtentt of South (a rolinia.
Pledge catrds havi bteen sent to abhout
thiee thotusandt live sttt k ttwntrs ask
-ing thaot they keep th:-ir sttotk off ratil
have pledged themselves to do so,
Your duty is to keelp their ptledge ever
Yours very truly,
AN I) lINt) A l'l(G
atgriculturail surivty. It you~ wvatt tt
a gratin biinder, at putre-btrt't bill, to
in live touiti eis ini thItis State, all ym:
have to dbo is to wallk it t he otlict
of the Slate lihbrarian at Iliart fttrd
Coon., run a ser i e tartds thrtotugl
anO tlectrie sortiiw mau~cltile, d
stress. The countl ttt detf'nst I tol
*0 T THE *
luring these trying
ou!d be your first
se two women
. Pinkham's Veg.
roubles and a dis
.nd was very weak.
n without results,
hai's Vegetable Compound
way. 1 am keeping honso
y housework, where beforo
Lydia B. Pinkhain's Vege
best medicine a woman can
te you permissioni to publish
. Uo . No. 1, Ilellami, Pa. \ 4
Froin cramps and dr:'gging
hatd female weakness and
Lydia B. Pinkhan's Vege
relief at once andi restored
omeint Lydia E. Pinkham's
t who are troubled in a siii
.No.0, Box 83,Lowell,Mich.
LYDIA E.PINKHAM r
u;p thtis plin andl oir'eredi to back the
f:trin burn.s to the linlit in every
coulnty inl the State. Five of theeih
count Ies i)2-mi survieys early inl
Mlarch, 1INS. F"orty quest ions, under
the hea tin!s of area, ero~ps hairv est;l
in 1917, erop plannedi to be harve;.t
c I in 'J8, live stotck on hald, lla
chiner\x on hantd, mad emloyees, were"(
inciudald in the sur~vey, and a corps
of volt ntcer farnwihr (elSus enum1erat
or.- got bus;y. Wi he n the survey was
complel d the farm bureaus h:It a
st:'. of card~ts containing minute in
ft .ltitonl as to the rIsurtces: ainl
needs of every farm. An electric sort
in imachine was installed in the Statt
library, and any fact tislosed by th'
Slr\v "y can b:' made available by
t hrow',ing; onl an electric switch. Th:e
survey has b1n invaluable in hl41ing
(onncticut to mobilize her agricul
tural force s for war nee Is.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
restores vitality and energy by purifying and en
rih ing the blood. You cnn soon feel its St rengt h
enin" lnvitc'rating I:feet. Price 6Oc.
All1 persons hav ing claims against
the Estate of Ilorace meWeaver
'lhatmes will present such claims duly
verified, and all persons owing said
Estate will make payment to the
ineIrsignel qualified administrator of
Suisan Elizabeth 'Thames.
Ih-t bter 7, 1918.
NOTII 1" OF I)IS('IIA 1W I-.
I will Ipply to 11:- .IutIge of P'rolate
('Ia (('mi1 l'(omimy om the 2l,1h day
41 .Januargiy, 19 19. tor I.etter., 0!l' )ia
(har'ge as \dmiit.istr:,tor of the Elstate
oa nim's :-a ves, d'cea:lstd.
iIIbet II. Rle:ves.
Alcolu, 8. 1'.. I'c -':'th, 1918
)EINQI.N'I''T TAX SALIE.
Un ider andl by v'ir'tue of suonlry, E'x
eet ions i ssued h).: 1L. L.. \Ve'lIs, Treas
tier 1of C ( irido C110(ounty, and to me
diireteel,'~ I will offer for' sale t'n M\on
day'th' 6 th day, of Jr:timary', 1919, i
fr ont ofthIL C'outi Ileuse at .\aninii'
the) f)olowing real estteC for tt.,
(Charles lBracy, 12 acres, 2 lots, I
.cuiao Dickerson, 15 acres.
IotonI)l It. I'arker, 27 0-1~t00(acre
II. 1". Stc, "t5 acres, I lot, I buiibl.
('larie .N hnson, I lot, I buildingx
.l. H. .lo estresot
I et I lie V. Itae'ii, 47 2- 10 acrt's.
Es.t. .Inulus ltobersoi, 1-are
\nllart '1)iC. Id, 5 aces
'loses .Jones', I 1lot, I buiiling.
I'hillis Oliver, I a((r's.
A\bie Ilyson, 0 nereS, 2 buildiings.
Is-. Samuitel 8ennlett , I 1 a(cres,
idison Ca0zn. 30 acres. uh
Est. Collin1 .loack, 2010 acres, 2 build4
Xllit ller Henet t, 25 acries.
II. C. 1)l15in, et al., I lot, 2 butibl
!\rs . C. C ro)ve, I lot.
Mary Hlalifiehl, 2 lts, I buihling'
it. Will jims, I lot.
Swau IBroom, C acres.
Sam n,,als, 2 oner,,,.
\rs. Alice MMay llodge, 81 1-2 . cres,
3rs. 11linerva Lee, 415 .acres.
A\dline Taylor, -5 acres, t building.
A. 11. llennett, 36 acres, 1 building.
Annuie McI'addin, 6(1 acres, 1 buiki
Alary F. M1cIaddin, 3 1-2 acres.
Est. :Mat ,\lellay, 35 acres, I build
T fomt Hrof;don, .14 acres, 2 buildings.
Est. R1. A. Chadler, 100 eacres, 5
WV. S. 13. Chandler, I lot.
J. D Flyd,22 acres.
E. 1. G;A1113.1l,
Sheriff Clarendon C'ounty.
The Saeof South ('arolina,
('ounty of ('lrendon.
WV il:illt\S, .Johni G. Ihlge ' m: (de
:-ncit to iner to grant hini Letters of
.\dmtinistration of "''m Estate :nud of
:'eels ot' Itobert. Allison Hlodge,
-TilE"SIG .\tE Illt1 REF" l I', to cite
: tl adtonis;h all and singular Ilhe
Kindre:I and ('rediitor's of the said:
iber Al isona Ilodge, d ceased, that
they be and :typ ar before me, in the
('ourt of l'r~obat' , to beheld1( at" Man~n
.ng on the 6th day of .January. nt
after publi ation hereof. at 11 o'clock
n the forenoon, to sI.r cause, if any
they have, why the said Abildminsra
lion should not be granted.
Gl\'EN under niy hand this 1 7th dlay
of ee0c'er, Anno 1)omini, 1918.
J. M. WINI)IIAM
Jug of Probate.
a County of F'add n,3 -dacen
Emat eon, 35 II.ede, Iidh
ilder, Chainerler elo
derS Edie Fenlder, Amlia ame
and E~ward olligon lanifs
listolle2'i non, V'iolia.Cligo
Co.itI S.. Briggs, . M. Rogers,1261
Iimd2 alenry 13211 Felder Jo ex'Smn1
wa~ird aiters, Melvin. Dukc22es, Sip
ler, lie a id alast ninbfoe btein Tris
,1(i t (es ohMt. Zio A. M.( E. Church121
.Ig0thle anldy vi1u of122 a'y jugmn
Ordier ofi t ot of ommonit P1leasO~
30th 1 9Ii o'101, 1wil sell0 a2 public aue.
tlion11, Wt th ghsiddr for1 ca!shl22
(nVi'n in said 013 Couti wthin 1 th dour
for juicloales o~3n Monday36 1he18.
, dayof Jauary,1 dg9 obein sa'lsay
ta6oSothe olwn ecie Crealnat
County of C lrrendon tt frsi
acre ind bonder, An thie Nort bJli
22he rirad oiland itoIl Emmi1
I~emop, Nast and Sthblado
11estat of Cull Lemgon, and12 o Westob.
The said~e (lot oand Changles ig
Midleoby G.) C. F.od surveylor.3, dato
Co.temb. Eth Hrig8, and of rerse
in this1 ca.Of)3,NisIlmo d
2 llVI tat, piec prces Soilra
ofl lanc ln, beingi andke situate'3o i.
rh, Cuthy of2 ilarendon,32 Ste afore'i23
ls oM. Zot in seen. a.n Chrch
inthe N oh bylatnds of Emma3 Fo3
(Iiloerstl rn 1('i andsilt of W. Broadway
1(3 oh I-h igesto bidder fror 'ay5an
lands ofrendAn Corthonson andWt Man
for' jof Emm I i .ls o oners. e ~
Thel idf .Jtl2ract of919, being desig62
ntfll follon Nl'2'bedri (poSatla
.d by G. Tht. loyd0Q datedol loptemb
2n1(1 ant!I0' oroii the oausb
the rin. Purchase 0!' payill for papers
122ris (f . E. . GAMvLE,
Sheriff0' 91) Clarendon (i Contyt~
State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon. 1
Court of Common Pleas. 1
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. I
Tryphosa Gibson, Ella Wright, Eliza
both Dennis, Florence Gibson, Abra
ham Gibson, Katherine Gibson, Na..
thaniel Gibson, Minnie Gibson, Lea
tha Gibson, and William Gibson, the
last,seven named by their Guardian
Ad Liteal, Tryphosa Gibson, and
Isabelle Gibson, Vesta Gibson, (
Easter Gibson, Annette Gibson and t
Samuel Gibson, by their Guardian
Ad Litem, Janie Gibson, Plaintiffs, t
James Gibson and Willie Gibson, )e
COPY SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
To the Defendants above named:
YOU ARE IIEREBY SUMMONED
and required to answer the complaint
in this action, of which a copy is here
with served upon you, and to serve a
copy of your answer to the said com
plaint on the subscriber at his oflice
in Manning, South Carolina, within
twenty days after the service hereof,
exclusive of the day of such service;
and if you fail to answer the com
plaint within the time aforesaid, the
plaintiff in this action will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded in
Dated Manning, S. C., December
18th, A. 1). 1918.
W. C. DAVIS,
To the Defendants above named:
YOU WILL TAKE NOTICE that
a copy of the Sumnmons and Complaint
in the above entitled action was filed
in the office of the Clerk of Court a)
Manning, S. C., on the eighteenth lay I
of December, 1918.
W. C. DAVIS,
Dec. 18th, 1918.--.3t.
State of South Carolina,
County of Claicndon
James Brunsjln, Plaintiff,
Alma Brunson, Bertha Brunson, Selia
Stokes, Thelma Knight, Mosser
Knight and Allen Knight, Defend
dti ter and by virtue of a ju'lgment
Order of the Court of Common Pleas,
in the ablove stated action, to me di
rected, bearing (late of December 7th,
1918, I will sell at ublic auction, to
the highest biddr for cash, at Clar
endon Court House, at Manning, in
said County, within the hours for
judicial sales, on Monday the 6th day
of January, 1919, being salesday, the
following real estate:
All that iece, parcel or tract of land
lying, being situated in the County
of Clarendon, State aforesaid, con
taining one and eight-tenths (1 8-10)
acres and bounded on the North by
lands of Levi; East by Lot number
5; South by lands of estate of G. It.
Curtis and West by Lot number 3.
Said lot of land being particularly
delineated upon a plat made by G. T.
Floyd, dated May 10th, 1917, and de
signated at lot number 41 and attach
ed to the Return of Commissioners in
judgment Roll number 5142 Claren
E. B. GAMBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
State of South Carolina,
County of Clarudon
Andtena ioise, Plaintift,
Nemliah Richardson, James Richard
son1, Fanney D)yson, Nellie Richard
son, Susan Smith, Wallie Richard-l
son1, F"rank Roberson, Nemiah Rob
ersonl, Johnnie Roberson and Annie
C. Neufvillie, D~efendants.
Umfrer and by virtue of a jIudgment
Order of tile Court of Common Pleas,
in tile above statedl action, to me
dlirected, bearing (late of November
the 11 th, 19)18, 1 will sell at public
auction, to tihe highest bidder, for
(ash, at Clarendon Court House, at
Manning, ill saidl County, wvitin tile
legal hour11s for judticial sales, onl Mon
(lay the 6th (lay of JIanuary, 1919,
being salesdlay, tile following real
All thlat lolt of land situated at F~ul
tonl Cross Roads, in Clarendon County,
sa id State, conltanilling six (6) acres,
mlor'e or less, b~oundedl on tile North
and~ West by landls nlow or formerly
oIf ('state (If J1. J1. Broughton, South
by thle P'ublic roadl known as the Man
nling roadl, and West by thle Camden
and~ Charleston Public road, being the
- t.ract (If land conveyed to Nina .
Broughton by dleedl datedl September
That tract of land in said County
and1( State, containinig twenty-sevOen
I(27) acres, more or less, lying east
of tile Charleston Road, blounded
North by lands of Ben Will'ams,
Sout Ilby tile Manninlg P'ubl ie Road,
and East by land of Hattie A. Law
Thalit tr'act of land ini tile TIown~ of
P inrewood, ady' inling~ lands of Middle
ton,11 MoIise, et. all., being tile lot of
landl~ conveyed to JIack Richlardson by
J .. i. Edgerton.
All thlat iece, parcel or tract of Ian I
- Si tuate( in sa1idl Coutl ly and1( St ate, conl
1: ainiing twenty-five (25) aicres, mlore
I or less, inl lulton To'(wnshli p, bounded
I as fol lows, no(w or' formlerl y: North
by lands (If tile estate of W. 11. B.
t ichard(son, Fast by lands knw asWI 1
i thle A ndersor ~'' ''' South bv
- lands of .J. J1. I West b.y
- tile old( San I he(ing thle
1 trac't of Ian a11ick Rich
;ly deed (late y of No
/ 'I'l-It tract in thle
Coulnty (If CI e State
The QuInIne That the Head
incs of it toni et, J.AXA
'.' TV8 I1ROMO QU1 e nI ordinary
.look for the alunn' MVJlt 30
foresaid, containing sixteen and
hree-fourths (16%) acres more or
ess, bounded North by the public
oad to Manning, East and South by
un of Nigger Dam Branch, and West
'y land of estate of Bracey. Said
nd being represented on a plat made
SJohn R. llaynsworth, Surveyor,
atced 18th December, 1906.
M iat tract of land in Clarendon
our y, said State, containing thirty
ight . and eight-tenths (38 8-10)
cres,\designated as tract A on plat
nade by Lee and McLellan, Survey
rs, and, recorded in the office of C.
3. C. P.. for Clarendon County, in
>lat Book 1, page 43.
Tract in said County and State con
aining four and eight-tenths (4 8-10)
es, designated as parcel B on said
The said two tracts being those
vhich -were conveyed to Jack Rich
irdson by deed recorded in office of
C. C. P. for Clarendon County, in
We have just
and can fill any order.
extra nice Southern dri
car to feed and they wil
the size and quality and
move. Our stock Harn
gies and Wagons you v
invite your inspection t
studied the needs of ou:
of years, and we feel '
suit our customers in
D. M. Bra1
I will pay HigIl
Market for all I
Furs. Bringj ti
Nothing but the y
0our prescrip~tions, and1
the way your physicial
and( a full an<
A MODERN S
We keepj a
Below Bank of ljannin
Book F. 4, page 167:
Also that tract in said County and .p
State containing four (4) acres, which
was conveyed to Jack Richardson by
Ben Williams by deed recorded in
said office in Clarendon County in
Book K. 4, page 574. Purchaser to
pay for papers.
E. B. GAMBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons having claims against
the Estate of Th~Iomas N Smith, de,
ceased, will present them duly attest-.
make payment to the undersigned
qualified Administratrix of the said
MARY L. SMITH,
Sumter, S. C.,
103 S. Magnolia St.
received a car
In this lot we have a few
vers. We didn't buy this
1 not stay long. We have
our prices will make them
ess, Mowers, Ra.es, Bug
rill find complete, and we
Before you buy. We have
t" customers for a number
ve now have anyti':ng to
s truly, -
est PriCes on the
<ind(s of H ides and
ng. S. C.
ery best materials go into
they are compounded just
I cormplete line of
Full Line of
:COS and CANDIES.
ig. Manning, S. C.