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theici s'vor '1'14 17 9ied ro~v slowly. but.
tK'.wdJliy. i~t;.'!'Ini1,yr health with
41?ally, Certdity, until you full a vie
ttnm to in~ :ura.lio (ii8~abo.
Stop your troubc.s while there in time.
I ror't wait until little pins become big
achei Do t trifle itt disease. To
avojid fultio aC'iezo"inz bugii treatmeint
N1 09 GOLF >'I19)Ai4 l!.".aaioni Oil Cap1
aiidps now. 'laketoe or~0 four every
City until you are entirely free from
Tihin w'l1-k1cowii preparat ion has been
01.i nIn the n 'mnal re iei of a l -
lauu.1 for celuutna)(2. Tn 1h fe the govern
i.:Anut of the N":tlmerlandis grmvitol_ a
f"!c""u h;I .i hi; t I, Ioi1l:4 ng~ i ts iprolara
tAs'n and kale.t
Of Wearing Apparel any
ings of all D,
WE DYE AND CLEA
Parcel Post and Expre
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without good I
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and careful atte:
you a handsom
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our prescriptions, and th
the way your physician s
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and a full and c
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We keep a F
Below Bank of Manning.
BUY WVAR SA\
Nitrate of So4
Muriate of Pc
We can save y<
give us a chance al
We take Liberty B4
The hounewife of IRolland would al
most as soon be without food as with
sut her "Real Dutch Drops," as sho
qjuaintly cals GOLJD MEDAL Hnarlorn
011 Capsule.. They restore strinnLh
anid are responsibie In a g reat measure
frot the sturdy, robust healthi of the
Do not delay. Go to your druggist and
insIh t n is supe1ply'ing you with GOLD
Mf~lDAl. Hanarl em Oil Capsules. Taco
thet an directed, and it you are not
.atisned vith results your druggist will
ghiciiy refund your money. Look for
the name GOLD MEDAL on the box
mrd accept no other. In sealed Boxes.
d Household Furnish
N ARMY CLOTHES
ss Shipments Given
KS, Cumberland, Md.
vith good work
ation will insure
a profit on this
r best materials go into
3y are compounded just
>mplete line of
ull Line of
D~S and CANDIES.T
Manning, S. C.
>U money if you
mnds in payment
te BOM AR.K
WILSON'S NEW GRANDSON
Son Born to Mrs. Francis B. Sayre
Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 23.-A son
was born to Mrs. Francis B. Sayre,
laughter of President Wilson, at the
refferson Hospital early today.
other and child are doing well. This
s the President's fourth grandchild.
Phe first, Francis B. Sayre, Jr., wa;
>orn in the White House on January
[7, 1915. The second, Eleanor Axson
Wilson, Sayre, was born at Jefferson
Eospital, March 26, 1916. Another
randchild is Ellen Wilson McAdoo.
The President, 'of course, has been
iotified, and it is possible he may
top at Philadelphia on his way from
Boston to Washington to see his
laughter and second son.
Tonight the following message was
'eceived by Mrs. Sayre from the
"Highly pleased and send affection
>REVENT SWEET POTATO ROTS
ncrease Production, Decrease Loss.
Clemson (ollege.--Sweet potato rots
ake a toll from two to foir million
lollars every year from South Caro
inn, and as the time approaches for
(edding, the way in which some of the
nore troublesome of these diseases
et into the field should be kept in
Black rot, foot-rot, and sectrf live
ver winter on the potatoes ir storage.
Vhen potatoes alTected with these
roubles are used for seed, the dis
ases get on the sprouts and are c:r
'led directly to the field. Seed pota
oes should therefore he carefully so
ected and no tuber used whose stir
ace shows any sign at all of black
ned or discolored areas.
These diseases also live over from
m1e season to the next in the old beds.
rhe potatoes should therefore be bed
led each year in a new' place where
>otatoes have never been grown or
These diseases are so common that
t is almost impossible to secure pota
oes entirely free from all of them.
rherefore, it 's well to soik the tubers
10 minutes in a solution of formaline
nade by adling one pint of formaline
.0 30 gallons of 'water. -This treat
nent, which will destroy any disease
Perms which hmeppen to be on the sur
ace of the potatoes, can be made at
mny time before planting, providel the
otatoes are allowed to dry and are
stored in hogs or bins which have
>een slmil-irly treated.
By selecting and treating your need
otatoec you can increase your pro
auction an' at the same time make
he potaton keep hetter next winter.
SUMMONS FOR RELI[F.
;tate of South Carolina,
Court of Common Pleas.
0. Martin and C. T. Martin, Plain
rancis Martin, sometimes called Sam
Martin, and Jesse Martin, Defend
ro The Defendant, Francis Martin,
sometimes called Sam Martin:
YOU WILL. PLEASE TAKE NO
rICE, That the Summons and Coin
daint in the above styled action were
iled in the ofrice of the Clerk of
Jourt of Common Picas for Claren
lon County on February 21st, 1919.
DuRant & Ellerbe,
'he State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon.
Court of Common Pleas.
0 . Martin and C. T. Martin, Plain
ra~incis Martin, sometimes calledc Sam
Mar-tin, and( Jesse Martin, Defend
COPY SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
(Complin t Served.)
Lo Trhe Ab~ove Named Defendhmt:
YOU ARE HEREBY Su/MMONElD
ndl rirediiC to answer the complain1 t
n this action, of which a copy is hero
vith served upon you. amnd to serve
copy of y'onri answer to the sa id
Omplainot on the subsc0'riberm, DuiRant
Ellerbie, at their ogee, in Manning,
10outh Carol ina, withiiin twenty dallys
fter- the service her-eof, exclusive 'of
he da~y of such service;. and1 if you
'nil to answer the complaint within
he time aiforesamidl, the pla1inut iir in
h1is aetionm will ap~ply to the C'our-t
or the relief diemanded~i inl the comt
D~uRant & Ellerbe,
Dated Feb. 141, A. -1. 19)19.--3t-c.
SUMMONS ORl R[[
state of South Cairolina,
County of (Clarendon.
Court of Common Pleas.
ulia C. Jochnson, Ella Brasinmgton, Sue
.Johnson, Cornelia .Johnson, Idla
Way, May Hlodge and J1. Columbus
JIohnson andl D. A. .Johnson, in their
own right and11 as executors (of te
La1st WVill and Testament (of J. HI.
JTohnson, (deceasedl, Plaintiffs,
'homas J1. Johnson, Charles S. John
son, Minnie E. Hiodge, Columbus J.
Johnson and( Julian S. Johnson, D~e
Copy Summons for Reliet'.
'o tile Defendlants above named:
YOU ARE HIEREBIY SUMMONED
nd( reqluiredi to answer the complaint
1 this action, of which a eopy is here
ith served upori you, and to serve
copy of your answer to the saidl
omplaint on the nsbscrihbe at his
It will pay you to
assortment of acclimat
Our stock on hand
most critical. We pos
Carlot buyers can
saving time, freight at
If you are in the
with us. We can positi
Barn 1031 Lin
(oflice in Manning, South Carolina,
wvithin twent~y days after the service
hereof, exclusive of the day of such
serv ice; and! if you fda toa ans~wer the
complaint within the time aforesaiti,
the plaintitT inl this act ion will apl
ply to the C.ourt for the relief dI
miandled in the complaint.
D)ated February 12th, A. 1)., 1919.
W. C. DAVIS,
Pla intiffs Attorney.
Tlo the D efendant, Columbus J1. John
Y'oU WILLI TPAKEI NOTICE that
the Snmmons and Complaint in the
above enititledl action has been filed in
the oflice of the Clerk of Coiurt for
Clarendon County on the twelfth day
of February, 1919.
W. C. D)AV[S,
February 12th, 1 919.--3t-c.
Statc of South Carolina,
County oI Clarcnd00
Rebecca Hlarvin in har own right and
na administratrix of' Estate of
TIheodore Hlarvin, Plaintiff,
Eugene Hlarvin, Elise Hamilton, Eula
Lee Riggins, Dewey Hlarvin, Elma
IHarvin, Gardina Hlarvin, Lealie
Hlarvin, Levan Hlarvin, Sarah Har
vin, Pansy Hlarvin, Nanie Hlarvin,
Jamena lnrvin and Bnasin Hnrvin,
investigate our seling metho
ad, sound young mules.
affords ample selection and
tively guarantee our mules tc
ave money by buying here ar
Ld heavy transportation risks
aarket for mules-ten or a
vely show you the greatest n
~all J. Davis Powell, at 423
COLUMBIA, S. C.
oln Street, Near S. A. L.
~Uder andi by \'i:Tia V u m'
ordler oft the C im-t o! 1nso Ple.'g.
in the above sttl nt' on, '' to i:.
dire'ted', h~eainV date of .lne-.y th -
to the highest iOOIr, .o ie*h. at
n said County, witla the L h urms
for* ''i(Cial I alesC, onI Mohnday~( the nrd
'ay of Malrch. 19191. bing sale:may,
the C folIlow i ng diecrTibed real est ates
All those two) tracts of landl con -
ain ing together five huindredi and(
wenty .02n C acresandJ adjoininv
each ot her, and knownt resptectively
as the H erry TIract a nd the Broad wayv
Tract. The said Iterry Tlract con
t'uining two hundred and eighty-six
(286) acres, lying in Sumter C'ounty.
in said Stale, on Bush Way watr
of Black River--Houtndled on the
northeost b~y lands now or formerly
of L. Smilig; on the southeast and
'rout h by sail Btroad way Tract; on
the west by lands now or formerly
of Thomas Poole, and on the North
west b~y linds now or formerly of thbe
MIessrs. H olhiaday, the sa r::e he ing
fully shower by a olat thereof cert i
f'led by Wmi. F. IErvin, Surveyor, dated
A pril 21st. 1852, andl recordled in the
office of the Register of Mesn9 ('on
veyance for Sumter County in Hook
"R"' page 329. The said Broadway
Tract containing TIwo HIundred and
Thirty-four (234) ac'res, of which one
hundred andl thirty-six and a half
(13G% ) acres thereof are' s~t uated( 'n
Sumter County in snil State, anda
F are and
ds and look ove our
quality to satisfy the
be sound and workers.
(d get 24-hour delivery,
hundred--get in touch
le value for your money
cres theireoif are sit ited' in Clrn
(0)n ii~tt in abi Strte. The sai
ilioadway, tract lyinig betwi i iuh
nl Indlin ('amop Hayi. Lnd boumb.,i
m tie North and~ Noirtht-west by '::
Iihrr Trct; North-ea~st byv hamis niw
C: formerly of E'st-bt; ii 1.4vi
l i on: iouth by lands formurrv ii
Broadlway, S. Wl\. Hroadway atnd \W
hatm Roders and WVest by hmdni of
Will iam RodIgers. The sa iid tract of
lanil binug Cfully represented on ap,
thereof cert iftied by Jamtes D. .
id in the otllie of the Registir c
:'iesnue Conveiiyancie for Sum ttr Gun' .v
in Hook X X at paige 120.
I iiss t wenty -four andi two-teint
(241.2) aires s~bold nto Euagent Iar
yin. andi lis.t ifty (50)) acres soll on'o
EugeneO~i liarvin aund Rebierra Ilarvin
Tlhe follow i ng is a deseei ption oif the
and oirdeed sold for part it ion).
All that pitece, pa rcel or lot if Corhi
Viyig bieing and situnated in t hi TIivn
if Paixville, (ouint y of Clartendomn and
state a foresa id, nmeasurin ort ury fii'r
mi each end atnd I14I.8 feet atnd 97
l'eet respectively on t he s ides andI
iouindedl on the North by the striiit
>r publicw road leadingit from Paxville
o Manning; East, South and WVest
)y lands nlow or formerly of Shadrack
Purchaser to pay for the papers.
E. 11. GAMHLE,
Sherifr Clarendon Contv.