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Ladie' Black Hose
Not over 10 pair to customer
9 A. M. Next Saturday.
ONE DAY ONLY.
T O expect to pay a high price
for talc perfumed with an
odor that cost thousands of dollars
to produce would be natural. Yet
the costly new odor of 26 flowers
cost you no more than ordinary
The Jonteel odor is a refined
and refreshing new boquet of rare
individuality and subtle charm.
Try it today.
Dicksons's Drug Store
The Rexall Store.
Do not damage your car by using inferior parts
-parts that have neither the material in them
or the workmanship. We have in stock at all
times a full supply of
Genuine Ford Parts
Parts that will stand the proper amount of
strain and wear. We are selling these at the
lowest prices possible.
We have employed an expert mechanic and will
be able to do the repair work on all makes of cars.
Clarendon Motor Co.
Tires, Accessories, Oils, Greases and Gasoline
MANNING, S. C.
EVelvet Bean Seed!I
" cih sihows :1a l trrannaion of '.tt per' cet that cani offer at S3.75
per bushewl whble supptly laas. IMrt-ei nuni,-sr of be of q
21te nt ches I utlong nd V ~inh ett widettt.- )
CAM X NE INTICEK-ON CYORES S
21 haincthe log prceand al othe w bode,
and can save yJou moneyi.
T. W. FLEMMING,
New Zion, S. C.
Miss Kelly Tells How Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Newark, N. J.-' For about three
years I suffered from \nervous break
1 i I down and got so
weak I could hardl
stand, and had head
aches every day. I
tried everything I
could think of and
- was under a phy
v siCiat's care for two
years. A girl friend
had used Lydia E.
, Pinkham's Vege
table Compound and
she told me about
'" it. From the first
l r day I took it I began
to feel better and
now I am well and
r able to do most any
kin d of work. I
I have been recom
mending the Com.
pound ever since andI give you my per
mission to publish this letter."-Miss
FLO KELLY 476 So. 14th St., Newark,
The reason this famous root and herb
remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound, was so successful in Miss
Kelly's case was because it went to the
root of her trouble, restored her to a
normal healthy condition and as aresult
her nerv~ - -- -- - "npeared.
Art to Be Recovered.
Or.e of the arts which must be re
paired after the witr is the art of con
versation. A subcommittee in the min
istr; of reconstruction might look into
it. It will be to small purpose that we
have reclalmed thousands of acres,
achieved the citizenship of women,
improved the art of cooking and per
formed many other unexpected feats,
if the genial reflection of all this, and
Indeed the very stimulus to action, is
dried up or muddy. The link between
'renkery and conversation is a notorious
and not a freakish one. It is the
chef's aim to set us free for ideal
pleasures. We must talk at meals,
but we need not talk about our food.
We have' all been doing that too long.
Furs From the Arctic.
.:.;:1. Louis l.. ,ane. a ver'-.-pa o;
the Arctic trader anl miner, is on his
way to northern Canada as an ad
ven' :- ..cout for a vast chain of fur
sal:. stations to e .liperated by a
Boct-ii firm. More than .1,000,000
wo of choie fi's nunml:s will be
shitd..'d to Seattle, Wrsh., from the
coi-'.mnv''s, stations and teen dis
tri t:t d throughout the couniry.
"A ha e 28 fur S!tioils along the
Athabh,.n. Peace nad facisenzle riv
et'rs aiii' -'.< ite't to erlhush ':i mao e',"
Anid I . when he .eiiarte.. "ra
the mniO :4 the Mn -kenzie the furs
wil! he siItsped a'ound Point Hfarrow
to Reat.'e. a listance or 3,500 miles."
The Long Arm.
Ti. Y'ir ilha s firinished maiy stra:nge
'oI!ied%- .:". Mere an a ~r,.r. A
young i.'-1 .i enme home on len ec and
brouhat hi tiniee it piece of a'she'll
faied .>:. :, ," !;ern ns, buat which had
evi'. -ei a motIngi:hunit ion en;
turae:; fem':.: msi. Hie ihonghi it wountI
it a ---. 5. r andl it dis. for' he w*-.
'h10i" t'-f it a.- huaving come
r:'--n fht 'imniitlin .iik li whii'h she
wortikd i intent er t~i- moiiaure
wel.~ s!- :aaund hero, ,'.gn miark on it.
C'olumbia, March 15.-Complete re
tuaras received biy the central commit
tee of the South C'arolina Cotton
A ssoc-iat ion show that the reduc-tion
of fert ilizer( used thirouigli South Caro
lina anad the other- states will he truly
sta rtlinag. The amounit of fertii/ecr
purinchasedi mi South Carolina byv farm
i-rs for uise- in planmut ing coitton for thea
.vear 19119 willI showu a tremendous re
huct in as5 cofmpar-ed with the lt0-year
aiverage. 1In fact, the figures turnedi
ni to the State IIleadqua rters by eon
hi' intial agents arie so exStremelyV
s'nall that they ari' e being rchlecked
to the- purpose oif v-eiicatioai. Oni'
thling a1i~pe a's certainii, however, andl
that if t hat '11 commerc'ial fea-tiliz-r for'
thle uso (if (-atton thi s yeajr will oly
be a-,v-ry smaill lpercentage ofth
te-veaar(I aeage. The amollunt of
(-lomeicial fertilIizer'( sold for plant
ig tobacco'(( inl C'arolinaa, it tur-ns oiut,
eimised ana oveir-est imaite as to the fer
tIilizei' sale-s tor (-ottonl.
A ira-e is on in evea'v (-aunty in
Suit h Caiiroli na for thle puirpose'-o
comiiipl-tinag the pled ig redIuctIion r2
poa-is, it was said ait the iheadqal'imtir
of the (c-entraal comii tte-e todaiy. Theli
coimmiitt e( hias ex tended the tinme faar
thei making ofi these rep lorts unil i
A nil i. Every's coutaity in the st a te is
nouw muaking ai desperate eifort to hi'
the first -ounat y to forward to the
(('ltral1 c-ommnittee a comle lte repor't.
shwing t he nimber oif aceres da nt -
din 1918. the numbear of aceres planit
rd in 1919, a list of the signature-s
rif the( fiarmners who refuse to re-d'ee
am oa (f those agre'e to reduce. It is
absoiutely necessary that the commroit..
ec have this inrformiatfion before they
-ani ('omplete their' report. It is ailso
very' iaimportant. that this report he
iled in a mple time for the centr-al
'oaimittee to prepare their report for
hiii mi~amoth public mneetbig whit-l
vill be- hinld iln the State Ilohiae A pril
a ~t nioon.
Th'le meieting 0on Apiril 3 pr'omlises5
a he oIne of the most largely attend
d andl one of the most important and2(
nteresting meetings ever held in the
890 IMA W- Wall - ow "A R
Are now at the Heia
All three types ar4
selection is only a m
Capes and Dolmans cre
becoming gracefulness and
of the Coats are in loose ca
in the plainer tailor types v
and much wanted.
They come in Rough b
combinations, fine lisere, pi
milans, with trimmings of j
Handsome Line of OXFORDS.
Come in and see these new things.
The Big Store on the Corner.
Th names of all parties who fail said County, wit
to sign pledges for reducing will be for judicial sales,
listed and sent to the central commit
tee and by the central committee will the o April, 1s
be furnished a correct and true re- 1. ll des
port. The follow-up committees in pie(
each county have been requested by land lying, being
the association to furnish a very County of Clareal
areful and correct list showing the chntaini1g2 one h
names of all parties who sign the North (129)lacrs
pledge and fail o live absolutely up nos
pldg ani fit. lv lands of Carolina
Statd of Sooth C1rolina,
Cout o Cleep at rt r3
Way, MayflotlNoranh byColamdu
of thatWlaTsaet lanso haoins
ulia . Johnson, deeas , Brainton -- --- -
Sue Johnson, Charlehson Ida
Wa, MyniedgeIandgJ. Columbus .
.Johnson, ad .i1 . Johnson, binue
threir ownh Court ofa mnd eaos ud h
of the aest~ie W ci , and tme aofcti
J.etel lH. o non deated in~ 1thf, lvl ur
h ihst b. fohnon Carles at John- h a
non, Minniet. ~oge, Coumannns iJ
Jhenandlian H .ohnson
urers Theto Commngh es
GROVE, I dwlPellatEi ALVEon toa~~in
(Oe s tihe bidePore ash, eetates Clr nteran
no Cut Cos, eat CM dand inci a
ti ckfhA IULN OE rno~b
Yourge The Cough nthSlv totera
for ite P ric e 35 cro ,no i
(Open teoede and Guarated to he ao
orhetCodea Coblds and rEachn ian
Par Me i Cingh Syrup n and theSave to ethe a
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
ith of their Newness..
ul Line Of
in fashion, so your
otter of becomingness
ite much admiration for their
their entire newness. Many
pe-like effects, and others are
hich always remain staple
ceptional Values !
raids, straw and Georgette
neapple hairbraided hats and
lowers, feathers, ornaments
STYLEPLUS SUITS For Men
We know that we can please you.
Manning, South Ca16ika.
uin the legal hours Carolina Stock Farms and lands of
on Monday the ?th Martha Brogdon and West by lands
19, being salesdav, of Belle Lendsey and lands of J. C.
cribed real estate: Johnson.
:e, parcel or tract of 2. All that piece, parcel of tract of
and situated in the land lying, being and situated in the
Ion, State aforesaid, County of Clarendon, State afore
indred and twenty- said, containing twenty (20) acres,
and bounded the more or less, and bounded on the
)f Fulton; East by North by lands known as Aaron Wil
Stock Farms; South son lands, East by lands of Estate of
R. R. Hudgins; South by lands of C
~. - S. Land, and lands William Ilolladay
Inand West by lands of I. V. Plowden
I6to1Das and lands of William Holladay. Pur
If PAZO OINTMENT falls chaser to
!eedlng or Protruding Piles.
~gPlsady Ca roia tc Frs neanso
Martha rogdonando ounty.nd
an.Thpiot Belle Lnyand lalsfJ. C
i uni2.nAso that tepiecez thre fotato
s the orewoeless and shinedto the ac n a~
cdrci n rTh b ad nw sArnWl
R.oR. Hudginit Sutllbtolahesbed.
shLad, andh shovds Wilham Holada
~jlit idee- tand oestibysland orsV.Powe
otcan iti ealand ofW llim holdy eith r -
Iet u 0 ric ShrthelrednCony
atreqre o lirdThre usuotaroo exrino
i.angs b hereotll you ateaolesiten
a unisntso tmat aryente us od thec foot
Avy dPed ive oel Axe.
so &ton Rt IGBY MheNbed.