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L . APPELT
F. M. SHOPE.. .... ...
How would "near-beer near
Humidity after July 1st:-.
Extreme in Mexico.
If you have a job that will
sailor, don't feel bashful abo
"By their fruits ye shall I
starvation, pestilence and ter
In exclusive New York pla<
ing for a dollar apiece. If th
in Scotland they wouldn't be
England is in the same p<
some men are toward their
Ireland and can't live withou
It is understood that to "wa
But we have not observed t
reluctance to watch the clock,
Notice of Stockholders Meeting.
Notice is hereby given to all stock
holders of the Carolina Stock Farms
(In;orporated) that a meeting of the
sto'kholders of said company will be
held on Monday, April 21, 1919, at
eleven o'clock, A. M., at the banking
house of The Bank of Manning in
Ianning, S. C., for the purpose of
authorizing the said company to bor
row a sum of money not exceeding
Forty Thousand 1)oliars and to exe
cute and deliver a mortgage of mort
gages of the real estate and live stock
now or hereafter owned by the said
Carolina Stock Farms (Incorporated)
in order to secure the said sum to be
As usual, we
We make no idle
tribution of thoro
Seeds for this par
the asking is ofte
Cut out the
I what and wi
I (:Counitry Gentlenmi
In bush snap
ey's; Rustless Stri
peeC's Stringless (
eellent kinds. O)
Linma or Ihutter' H
Prolific and Hen1(
si A full as
, Soy Beans; Bern~
i Early Rams Uo,
. Setts;Red, Ye'l
Stock Beets; Muw
... - ............ -----......Editor
.........-.. .Business Manager
[ARCH 19, 1919.
work" answer as a slogan?
Absent in the United States.
Fix up a returning soldier or
ut saying so.
now them." Lack of fuel,
'or mark the Bolshevik ru'
es Scotch highballs are sell
?y were selling at that price
)sition toward Ireland that
wives. She can't I. le with
tch the clock" is a bad habit.
aat the public displays any
on the fashionable hosiery.
The term "live stock" above used is
meant to include all cattle, mules and
goats now owned by said company
and those to be hereafter purchased
or in any manner acquired by the
said company; and the real estate
above referred is the forty-three hun
dred acres, more or less, of land lo
cated near the town of Foreston in
Claren.don County, S. C., now owned
by said company.
All stockholders of said company
are hereby notified to be present in
person or by proxy at the said meet
ing hereby called to be held on said
April 21, 1919.
By order of the Board of Directors.
G. L. STABLER,
Dated this, March 18, 1919.
I Gardens e
ure offering the completest a
seeds to be found in this
)oast when we claim to be
.ighly reliable, appropriate
ticular section. The informa1
n worth more than the pie
:loubt--comne to us and we~
ien to plant and how to d(
Adams; Sunb~urst Re-impro
ke; Hickory King.
iEarly ; Golden Bantam ; St
varieties we offer, D~warf
nigless Wax; Black and Re<
reen P~od and BounftifuI, a]
ar pole snapl beanis are ()
-andlIAl Laz Wife, two splenw
ealns, we have Fordh1ooks;
rs'sl1. Inl thLie pole or r'unr
nmiot h and~ Wood's Prl'1ific.
sortment of Gard
in 5e papers
and Sugar Driip Sorghum;
uda Grass; Red Top or H<4
en Black Eye Peas; White
a)w anid White Onion Seltt
;tardl and '1Turipjs.
TO RFD GROUCHY
.WAKEUP f LING
Wonderful How Calotabs,
the Perfected Nausealess
Calomel, Makes You Feel
So Good the Next Morning
Doctors say that the old-style cal
omel was the best medicine in the
world and the only thing that would
straighten out a disordered liver, but
it had some serious draw backs. The
salivating and the sickening after
effects made many people dread to
take it. The new calomel called Calo
tabs, have all the liver benefits left
in and the sting taken out. Now you
can take Calomel without the slight
est objection. One Calotab on the
tongue at bedtime with a swallow of
water, that's all. No taste, no dan
ger, no griping, no nausea, no salts.
Next morning your liver is clann,
your system purified and you are feel
ing like a two-year-old,-with a
hearty appetite for breakfast. 'at
what you please,-no danger.
Calotabs are so delightful that your
druggist will refund the price if you
are not delighted with them. Sold only
in original sealed packages, price
thirty-five cents. All druggists now
The "Old Clothing Drive" begins
on March 24th. Begin now to collect
whiat garments you are going to
donate. Every kind of garment, for
all ages and both sexes, is urgently
needed. In addition, piece goods,
light, warm canton flannel and other
kinds of cloth from which to make
garments for new born babies, tick
ing, sheeting, and blankets, woolen
goods of any kind and shoes is needed
for repairing foot-wear.
Since the clothes will be subjected
to the hardest kind of wear, only gar
ments of strong an- durable mate
rials should be sent. It is useless to
offer to any afliicted population gar
ments of flimsy material. Make the
gifts practical. Woolen goods of any
kind whatsoever are acceptable; soft
hats and caps for all ages, and
sweaters of any kind and size.
On Wednesday afternoon, March
211, a committee will call at our door
to receive your contribution. If you
ssortment of high- %
part of the state.
leaders in the dis
garden and field
;ion we furnish for
a of the seeds.
will tell you
ved Golden Dent;
Back Wax; Keen
:I Valentines; Bur
1 of which are ex
1(1 Homestead or
(id sor'ts. In bush
ing sorts, we offer
D~warf Essex Rape;
ard's Grass; Extra
;; Irish Potatoes;
rive in a few days.
The New Styles are v
These are the bes
You buy your Clo
also, and you will
SThe D. J, ChI
The Home of EH
y Phone 166 -
hav be away on that afternoon, All wi
get your bundle ready and leave it bring tl:
on the porch. The clothing is to be
collected in the room adjoining the
Red Cross Room over the Bank of
Manningr. Those who can bring their some
donation nay bring it there. they wil
Virginia Wilson, Sec. and ask
- --o- ---- paper, i
Gardner's Famous Cakes, Raisin, Would t
Plain, Marvel and Light Fruit can a dope c
he had from us. Fresh at all times.
Exclusive Agents. I. B. Breedin's not pay
Pure Food Grocery. reading,
NTICE OF DISCHARGE. cents
I will app1ly to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County, at his office at frSu
-Manning, S. C., on the 21st day of Syrian
Anril, 1919, at eleven o'clock a. m. Marche tI
for Letters of Discharge as Execu- tert
tor of the Estate of James B. IW""S of
Brown decesed.endon (
~~ ~ C Executor, to.ls
March 18th, 191 9.--3t- 14-p. thsi
-I--- ood wc
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days bllet in
Druggsts refund moe ZfPO OINTEN fal A gaij
imore complete th
( Children's and B4
have arrived. Li
.. Former Red Cross Rom.
- - $12.50
- - $6.50 to $12.50
hry attractive---The prices are right
L lines shown for the money.
thes here, buy your Shoes
be well pleased with yourself.
indler Clothing Co.
art, Schaffner & Marx Clothes
SUMTER, S. C.
o have serge skirts out please County, who alone deserve credit for
ni in as soon as possible. this magnificent showing.
Virginia Wilson, Sec. Sincerely,
--- 0- . J. Alderman.
people have a great nerve
I walk in a newspaper office, NOTICE OF IISChARGE.
to be given a copy of the I w apply to the Judge of Probate
ever offering to pay for it. for Clarendon County, at his office at
hey go in a drug store, take Manning, S. C., on the 21st (lay of
r a package of cigarettes and April, 1919, at eleven o'clock a. in.
? No. If a paper is worth for Letters of Discharge as Execu
it' wothpainefr.h trix of the Estate of A. Preston
it's worth paying for. The
$2.00 a year in advance, or Lucy S. Brock,
a copy in advance. I Executrix.
C. L. Carlton, State Director
h Carolina, in the Armenian
Relief, writes under (late ofNOI.
th, 1919, as followvs: "Every Noieshrbygentater
at comes from you bri ngs uswileametnofhetckldr
increase in the amount Clar
ounty has raised. In yofur hmsL~eSokCmay
March 5th we note onTuhat prl22 thea lee
bscriptions are now $7,296.90, ocokA .a t fie ntetw
more than dlouble your quota,ofMnigSut Calna ud
he best record of any city or.meigbigcle o h )r~~
in the State. News of thisofcnieigaroltnfr d'
rk has been sent to New Yrr orpoaintkoinolqiain
t will be used in campaign ByOdrothBadofieco.
i e ethank the severalI.M.TOA8
p) leaders~ and their workers Mnii~'(
gooj ~el~ o Claen ountyic wh al desrv crei o
Iy to-Wappytr h udeo rbt
for Cvereneforeounew shipmeis fiea
Madiy. O rl n ig S.Conte2stdyo
forSWashSuitsan Disrees Excu
o urlneoer tfrix oftEs tate ofA Irso
MISSFAN I EV crix.