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- tooked Up for Winter..
A farmer living near Waterville, Me.;
says that his winter store includes,
besides a big supply of winter vege
tables and apples, two barrels of last
year's flour, milled from his own
wheat, of which this year's crop Is yet
to t thrashed, 100 dozen of eggs, 20)
jars of chitckens, 150 pint jars of jelly.
500 cans of preserves and six barrels
of c'her iand vinegar. In addition he
has r5t) hens, beef and pork, and a
woodshed full of wood.
How it Was.
"Mtih tindughter-in-law, that weighs
two hun't'ed and lifty pounds, fell
itownstairs yiste'd'y, and broke three
"Vhtii yo' talkin' 'bout, stah? No
hIals' has gott three legs, no diiTerenuce
if she utt y(' daughter-in-aw!"
"No. sui ; hut she hi mtled on her
skliny hush: aI'. miuh sona. as it were.
nand broke two legs for hln and one
for herse'."-Kiainsas city star.
"Wh'ly didl you reject M\Ir. Sulppers?"
"H-e's too conserrative for at g'-l of
Any romantic teniperament."
"Yes. 'hen I iked himt If lie would
love me ailwtys lie sid he didn't ex.
ptet to live always."-Birmztinghan
At a recent wed'hiam iii Irvington
there was as lull In tlie outpour of con
gratulations. and tli's' woris flonted
ftrt iin the wares of Ithe Ameriean.
miadte naphlii timusic: "I httpe you both
did well.'-Indiaiapolis News.
A Family Trait.
"My doctor says I ought to lead an
"Vell, marry my wife's sister; she'll
keep you on the juip."--Boston Eve.
Record for Quakes.
Oreece holds the eartliquake record
with 3.187 shocks in it singie Rear.
SFor any Kind
3 AT THENL
Stato of. Soutlt.Carollina
County of Clarendon
In the Court of Common IPleas..
3M. W. Player, Petitioner.
Estates of Agnes Belle Powell and
Charlie Kirk Powell, Mipors.
To Honorable John S. Wilqon, Judge
f the Court of Common Pleas of the
'hird Judicial Circuit:
The petition of M. W. Player would
I. That your petitioner Is sixty
;hree (63) years of age and resides
n said County and State.
II. That on the 14th day of No
rember, 1918, Samuel D. Powell, late
)f said County and State, died inte
state, leaving as his- sole heirs and
listributees at law his two children,
Angnes Belle Powell, an infant nine
(9) years of age and Charlie Kirk
Powell, an infant seven (7) years of
age, both of whom reside in said
ounty and State.
III. That the wife of the said
samuel D. Powell, and the mother of
:he above named children, was the
laughter of your petitioner, and she
lied in January, 1918.
IV. That your petitioner is inform
:d and believes that the said Samuel
D. Powell left a personal estate con
sisting of a Life Insurance Policy
ayable to said minors and also other
personal property of the value of
ibout Twenty-five Hundred ($2500.00)
Dollars; and also left an one-half (1/2)
interest in ninety-five (95) acres of
and and in addition another place of
twenty-seven (27) acres, which last
named tract of land was owned solely
by the said Samuel D. Powell at the
time of his death.
V. That the said minors have no
general or testamentory guardian or
guardians, and it is necessary that a
guardian be appointed in order that
their estates be fully protected.
VI. That your petitioner is the
grandfather of said children and they
necessarily are very cear to him, and
being desirous of doing all in his
power for their comfort and happi
ness, as well as to conserve whatever
property they may be entitled to, he
has been trying for several months
to find a fit, competent and responsi
ble person who is willing to assume
the guardianship of the said minors,
but that no fit, competent and respon
sible person can be found who is will
ing to assume said guardianship.
VII. That under these circum
Doubic Your Incomc
Repairing Old Auto Tires
It is the biggest money maker in
the auto business today. )emand
for repaired tires grows constant
ly. Get in a business with a big
future. Good repair men make up
to $50 a week. Always more posi
tions open than men to fill them.
We teach you how to do expert
work and show you how to operate
a profitable repair business. Our
school is in charge of a factory
expert. We guarantee to teach you
in ten days. Complete course $20.
If not satisfactory money cheer
fully returned. New classes now
forming, write at once for reser
THE ANI)ERSON SCHOOL OF
1209 Washington St.
COLUMBIA. S. C.
he old automobil
e the weather is i
of Paint to do a
riside or top
SI *S .0G
They are just out fr
In the Newest Styles ai
Come in early a
We will be pleas
stances the Judge of Probate of said 1. That James M
County and State should be required quire, Judge of Probat
to act as the Guardian of the estates anI State be reqUire
of the above named minors, and that Guardian of the esti
upon the said Judge of 1?rohate be- Angnes Belle Powel
ing so appointed thiC he and his Kirk Powell, the ahoy
surrties should he held responsible and that upon the J
upon his oflicial Bond for all of the being so appointed
estate; of said minors received by sureties be held it5J)
hinm. official Bond for allc
Hi EREFORE YOUR PETITION- said minors reeived
ER PRAYS: 2. For such other
_____________________________ lief as may be justa
State of youth ('arol
mynt sor of a nd
:ERY CO. titto1).
1. That Jamesfort
Kir Pwll, theI abov
fiia Bo fo al c
saidw minor reeie
leasmay berjust a
Stoa ted of Sotp aroliI
* ~Clount of Clarie~snd
I uvwrn inays:~ti
Thatf tforgo~in a
knwet exep a
'in thng there in si
SW.\l J.VF aTUxc 0
st in this Week.
)m the works, and ai
1. All just a little d
rid Colorings. They
nd look. No obligation
ed to show you.
w indha m, Es- Silver and Other Minor
e of said County Coin
(1 to act as the Checks and (ash Items
ites of the said Exchanges for the clear
i and Charlie ing louse
e named minors, Other Resources, viz
.idge of Probate Liberty Bonds Owned
,hat he and his Advance, for Customers on
)isible upon his Purchase of Liberty
f the estates of Bondsi_
by him. War Savings Stamps
andi further' re
n( proper. 'otal
& O'BRYAN, 1.IAHI ti'lES
for Petitioner. I Capital Stuck Paid In
na , Surplus Iand
on. Undivided Profits less
['PEAR El) IlE- ('0 r.en. e
ayer, who beinlg Tx
pet ition, sub)- lnivd'I I
rue' to hiis own) P~i ~l ti
to thet mat ter'ls to Chik fl..11
atedl On opinion Si-~Illi~~:I9~):
1 those mnatter's T l etilc e
W. P.A YE R. (ahe' hcs27
e this 14th day..........
Ylli.IF.'( I.. S.) ('r fcts f~ oi'
ie for . C.
hePurchase(of I iberty
it iWar SavingsiStamps
ii'S Totallip 1.'l
.~Cap jig Sto sell tn_
otait 1 of t e nd ivie Proits, (less
Taxe2sC Pi . . _
posits SubjectW ?'e
to 'heck $ 7,84l.1"
-e the Newest
are very striking.
General ndividual o: -
179.57 Saving's I.ediger 50- : 0 )0
1,632.;2 Other I.iabilities, viz:
Stationery and Supi'
10.00) Bills. -: . .,; .4u
Recording, Acou(tn t ..&5
12,450.00 I Rese'rved for In terest Due -571.81
Total -3_ 1 ,8''.06
12,905.01) State of South ('arolina.
50.62 County of Clarenion. ss.
-- - efore me (atoe .10no. \ 1.ese .t,
19,592.96 'Cashler of the above named bank:,
who. being diuly sworn, savs that th
25,0001.))0 above ant foregtoing statement is a
15,000.00 true condition of said bank, as show;
by the books of said rank.
.JNO. WV. l.ESECSNE.*
I18,238.87 Sw ,rn t i and subscri bed before e.,
2,2!)o.5; this 1 2th diay of .\arch. 191'(.
IL A RRY E. ('OPE.A NI.
28.225.97 The Quinine That Does Not Affect the Head
Tl IROM Q0 I NI 'F. sibettert lu orinary
32 000 Qttit a i de. not c ase ner usne% no'
took for the surnatur'.'^f I'. W.GROvE. Jo.
(, FRIDAY AND SAT- .
bove dates we are go.
our trade, ASPERIN
it the following prices: i
ininglt 1 D)o zen Tab~t. 1 e
ining 2 Doz en1 Tahbets :Y1e
n sale at the abhove prices ' .Tur.. !1
atulr(d of this weeI< Only.
>n's Drug Store
a RexalI Store t