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AT A SACRIFIl
A big lot of $2.50 to $9.00 Shoes, in
and ends that are going at a Sacrifi
SA L& NOW- ON !
Shaw & McCollum Mei
SUMTER, S. C.
Stover Feed Cutter
SA Feed Mill that W ILL do your work. it wil'
cut and grind into the stock feed, s
1st. Corn on the cob in the shuck.
2nd. Velvet beans or. peavine hay.
3rd. Any kind of rough ,feed.
* These Mills have been working all around you for a
I year. Do not experiment but get the old reliable
* STOVER. See it working everyday at D. M. Brad
1K ham & Son's, Manning, or
I Caroli~na Machinery CO.
& . Sumter, S. C.
1k Bx 327, Pone 51.
-9" ImewsNAgmNmI uu m i
MEMPHIS HAS W"ITHDRAWN
Savannah~ Will Probably Invite ('on
Savannals, Ga., Feb. 17.--Oflicial in
formation has been receivedl in Savan
nah that Memphis, Tenni., has with
drawn its invitation to the Confed
crate Veterans to hol their 1919 re
union in that city. Savannah wvill in
all probability extend the veterans an
invitation to meet here next fall. It
is understood they are very anxious
to come here. The information from
Memphis says the invitation wvas
withdrawn because of local conditions.
ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES
SUMMONS [OR R[llEF
Staite of South Carolina,
C'ounty of Clarendon.
Court of Common Pleas.
Julia C. .Johnson, Ella Blrasington, Sue
Johnson, Cornelia Johnson, Ida
\Vay, May I lodge and ,J. Columbus
.Johnson and D. A. Johnson, in their
own right and as executors of the
laist Will and Testament of J1. HI.
.Johnson, deceased, Plaintiffs,
Thomas J1. ,Johnson, Charles S. Jlohn
son, Minnie E. Hodge, Columbus ..
.Johnson andi Jul ian S. Johnson, De
(Copy Summons for Relict.
YOU ARE HIEREBIY SUMMONED
andl reqiu iredl to answer the comipinmt
in this action, of which a cop)y is here
wvith servedl upon you, andi to serve'
a 'op~y of your answer to the saidt
c'omiplainit on the subscriber at his
atfiee in Manning, South Carol inn,
with in twenty days after the servic'"
hereof, exclusive of the day of suc'h
service; and if you fail to answer the
com plaint with in the time a foresaidt,
the phiintif in this action will ap
ply to the Court for the relief de
mantded in the c'om plaint.
D~ated February 12th, A. 1)., 1919.
W. C. D)AVIS,
l'o the Defendtsnt, Columbus .J. .John
YOU WILL~ TAKE NOTICE that
the Summons and Complaint in the
above entitled action has been tiled in
ti' o 00ioe of the Clerk of Court for
rlarendon County on the twelfth (lay
of February, 1919.
W. C. D)AVIS,
February 12th, 1919.--30t-e.
Colds Cause Girip and influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove the
cause. There is only one "Bromo QuInine.'
E. W. GROVE'S signature on hox. 30n.
OTES Of MUCH INTEREST
TO PROGRESSIVE FARMERS
County Agenta Help Sell Stock.
When fatrmers want to buy dairy
attle they consult their county agent,
vho, in turn, consults county agents
n dairying sections where dairy cows
an be purchased. When the county
gents of Wisconsin made a summary
f sales they had helped to make to
uyers outside of the State they found
total of 350 carloads of dairy cat
le, valued at $75,000, had been ship
ed in 18 months since July, 1917. In b
Vinnebago County the records show- b
d 448 dairy cows, valued at $47,000. r
n Sheboygan County the records a
howed more than 500 head, valued
t $60,000. During this period buy
rs from 15 States came to Wiscon- U
in to buy stock for farmers in their
Farmers F:ght Cattle Disease. 13
Blackleg is not going to cause any I
ore cattle losses than the farmers of g
awrence County, Oreg., and Ada! u
ounty, Idaho, can prevent. The farm ft
ureaus of these two counties "mean e
usiness," according to their last in
ear's work. In Ada County the a
wim bureau conducted 15 demonstra- s
ons of how to prepare and admin- b
ter blackleg vaccine. At these 'a
emonstrations 123 persons attended b)
nd 1,367 calves were vaccinated. et
accine was furnished free to all who g
ttended the demonstrations and 8,000
elves were vaccinated twice during a
le year. Only five deaths due to I
lackleg were reported in this county a
i 1918, in comparison with 200 be- ft
>re the blackleg work' started. In t
awrence County 14 per cent of the a
iembers of the farm bureap vacci- e
ated their cattle. Their saving is c
gured at $17,463. The farm bureau v
flicials gave out 4,705 doses of Gov- d
rnment vaccine, the county agent a
ave 20 demonstrations, and farmers s
urchased 22 vaccinating outfits for c
Vill Contine Farmers' City Market. I
A city market established last sun- S
per in Trenton by the farm bureau
f Mercer County, N. J., was so sue
essful that the plan is to be carried
ut this year on a more extensive
cale. The county agent estimates
ast year's business of the market at
500,000 worth of farmu products sold
At wholesale and retail. Until last
rear Trenton had no market, and for
?5 years farmers had backed their
vagons up to the curb in the center
)f the business section of the city.
[Establishment of the markets result
Ad from cooperation between the
:ounty agent, the Bureau of Markets
>f the United States Department of
Agriculture, and the city officials of
Bring in Pure-Bred Dairy Cattle.
Through the assistance of the coun
ty agent and local banks, the farm
bureatu of New Castle County, Del.,
securedl five carloads ot' pure-bred
Holstein cows during 1918. The aver
age cost a head was $260, f. o. b.
D)eleware. Two farmers accompanied
the county agent to Michigan, where
arrangements had been made with the
H olstein-Friesian A ssociat ion to se
cure the foundation stock. 'The Bu
reaui of A nimal Industry provided a
man to admiinister- the tuberculin test.
The cowvs purchased were of such in
tl;vidutality' and breeding that their
lsptring coubtl readily be disposed of
at good prtices. UpJon arrival the cows
were exlhibited for three (lays andi the
breeding of each animal postedl. Mean
while the farmer's who hadl given their
orders madle rem itt 'n ces at the bank
covering the actual coist of the cow
received and the transiort ation cost.
WVhen desired, the bank made the
far imers lib~eral terms of settlements.
Iowa Goes Barberry Digging.
At least a halIf mill ion comtmon bar
terry b)ushes wvere found in nurseries
andl 150,000 more w're locattedl on pri
vate and public groutnds in 300) Itt-a
ties antd towns in t'.e barbe try er id
cat ion mtoveen t (onducted in the
vheat-growing sect ions last summoer
)y the Uited't States D~epartmentI of
\griculture, cooperating with State
'Agricultural focs TIhe purpose of
IT'S NOT YOUR
Kidney dlseane In no respcrter t per
aoiIs. A iajority of thei ills altitettng
people today cnn bo tracedt tatk to
'li The idngeys are the, 1n1st irnmportatt
organts of the bodiy IThey a re thei
fllterers, tho liuriitiers, of .5 our bltoot.
Kfidney diseaset is tusually indiiented by
blpi nloltn an ltower abdotatren
gall st ones, g ramvte, rhitati In . scitlet
All thes. ilet remnts arc nntfura's
signals t) w~arn yout that the kidneysi~
naead hlpj , Youa shuldt tuse (10ot)
MED)Ala litmarh-ern til transul1n Itnmnt
.dwards Declares He Had an Awful
Time With the Grippe
HAS REGAINED HEALTH
ays He Increased Twenty-One
Pounds in Weight by Taking
"I have gained twenty-one pou ,
nd if you had seen me the day I
egan taking Tanlac you would not
cognize me as the same man naw."
Aid Ed Edwards, 320 Twenty-third
t., Denver, Colorado, a few days ago.
[r. Edwards is a mechanic for the
nion Pacific Railroad.
"Last fall," continued Mr. Edwards,
took a trip up in the country on
big truck; then I had to walk near
thirty miles in the rain and mud.
rom this I contracted the grippe and
certainly had an awful time. I kept
>ing down until finally I had to give
), and I was confined to my bed for
rty days. I had to cut out- eating
itirely, and for a month I lived on
ilk. I hardly knew what sleep was,
id half the time I had to prop my
'if up in bed so I could get my
eath. I had such awful headaches
d such a terrible cough that I had
igun to think my lungs were affect
I. No kind of medicine did me any
"I have taken four bottles of Tanlac
Ad I never felt better in my life than
do right now, and I would not take
thousand dollars for the good these
our bottles have done me. My appe
te is fine and I can eat and digest
nything I want. I sleep like a rook
very night and my strength has in
-eased so that I car d1 any kind of
ork that comes to I. -r Tanlac has
ane me so much good I feel that I
in compelled to praise it, and I know
veral people now taking it on ac
>unt of the good it has done for me."
'Taniac, the Master Medicine, is sold
y Dickson's Drug Store, Manning;
[. W. Nettles, Jordan; Shaw & Plow
en, New Zion; Farmers' Supply Co..
alver; I). C. Rhame, Summerton.
emoving these bushes is to stamp
ut the black stem rust of wheat and
ther grains which has caused great
osses, not only in Iowa but in the
vhole Middle West. Barberry is on
f the means by which this rust is
miabled to make an early attack in
he spring. Without this host the rust
vill be practically eliminated. Al
hough many bushes have been remov
!d, there are still others in Iowa and
Lhroughout the Middle West which
will be centers of a rust epidemic if
they become infected, say department
Make Money in Lamb Sales.
Because there was a poor market
for less than carload lots of lambs
in Ada County, Idaho, as association
was organized in August by a few
members of the count farm hureau.j
to handle them cooperatively. Forty-\
five sheep producers were in this or
ganization andi the first sh ipnmnt con
sisted of 4150 lambs. The price of
fered by the local (dealers was $8 a
hundredweight, but they would not
handle more than a few at a time.
The price rece ivedl by the association
was $14' a hundredweight net. This
dleal alone gave the farmers $2,700
(County Uses Electric Corn Testers.
Farmers of Grant. County, 'S. Dak.,
had enough good seed corn last spring
largely because they brought in 250
bushels from out sid e the county and
also because the couinty agent estab
lished electric testers with a t otl ca
pacity of 7,3~00 samples. Thie agent
inst al led ini the far m bu~areau orece an
electric tester with a ca:pac'ity of
S,t000 ,ears~,and 2: sma I t esters holdI
ng 100( caris eachl. Twvo t esting sub
staItions1 were estallished. A sum -
m ary of the work sh ows that (17,000
ear were te(sted,. compojasite tests were
imde of 4,0001( bushels, an 311 08 farm
ers beca me sulic ien tlIy interested to
test their own seed.
ADIVERT'ISE IN THEl TIMES
liately. The,, sorothing, hle~aLn' oil stim11
ti. PS tha I kbineys, re.lieves I iium mirie
ions andi destiroys. the germs wich
haive caused It. 1)4) not wdlit un~ti th
moorrow. 4 in t o your d ruimgist oday a.Oid
Saue In tv'weiy-four, ho'urs you
4)4,1 wt bb-iM. the ,liv you lirst heardh
Aftier you, feelI that you, hav' cured
yourself, roinuii)ie to takeo 0on or two
rsi;4s4 Its each day , so as to k eep in
iirst-claan) condIiton an wl~ard o't the
i anger oif other attac)1ka
Ask tor ihe, oriainal liported1 (OLT)
NI) lAbI brandu. Three~ size.~ .\lne re-~' O
uda if thov (Ii, (41 1tj Om.