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Another Shipment of
to anrive in a few days.
These Watches are hard to
get, and those contemplat
ing buying a good watch
should come in and see our
stock as soon as they get
here. We have a full line of
all kinds of Jewelry in stock
W. D. LLOYD, JEWELER, Mannin -' t
N Red Cedar and Pine Shingles i
* We have in another supply of the famous U
* BRITISH COLUMBIA RED CEDAR SHINGLES m
Also a car each of No. 1, No. X and No. 2E
* UNBLED LONG LEAF PINE SHINGLES.
* We have a full and assorted stock of
* Lumber Mouldings and Lath I
* We operate Wood Working Machinery and U
U can make what you want in the event we haven't
* same already in stock. Call in person, phone or *
write us your requirements.
AVERY LUMBER CO. U
Phone No. 56 Sumter, S. C.
4 Ford Owners
We absolutely guarantee every 4
part we sell to be ABSOLUTE- I
a LY PERFECT in Material and 1
R Harvin Motor Cm'
aAnd Save Money *
SS. I. H arvin, Prop. M A NNING, S. C.
"FOO T ER'S"
CLEANERS and DYERS
Of Wearingj A pparel and( Hlousehod Furnish
I jis of all Descriptions.
I WE DYE AND CLEAN ARMY CLOTHES
Parcel Post and Express Shipments Giveni
F0 TERSDYE WORKS, Cumberland. Md.
For Agricultural and Building Purposes.
Cement, Plaster, Crushed
Stone-All Roofing Supplies
Send us your inquiries.
Carolina Portland Cement Company,
Charlestn, S. C.
WATER WORKS MAN
GIVES THE DETAILS
F Jolly Declares He Fought Long
Battles with Ailment
After Searching for Years Says lie
Found in Tanlac Remedy He
"I have been trying for years to
get something that would relieve me
of my troubles, and have found it at
last in Tanlac," said Alfred Jolly, of
1 3291 Quitman St., Denver, Colorado,
1 and an employe of the water works
department of that city.
or a long time," he continued,
my sonach was in such an awful
--ndition that I could hardly eat a
. thing without being in misery. Even
the lightest foods would bloat me up
b with gas and I was constantly belch
ing up sour, undigested food that at
times would almost choeke me. Often
I would get so dizzy that I would al
most fall and I would get so nervous
it would be almost impossible for me
to rest at night. I suffered agony
from rheumatism and was in such a
wretched condition that I was hardly
fit for a thing.
"After trying nearly everything I
could hear of I took Tanlae and it
has made a different man of me. My
appetite is splendid, my nerves steady
andI I sleep lie ka log at night. I have
gained eight pounds in weight and am
in better shape than I have been in
TIanlae, the Master Medicine, is sold
by Dickson's )rug Store, Manning;
11. W. Nettles, Jordan; Shaw & Plow
den, New Zion; Farmers' Supply Co.,
Silver; D). C. Rhame, Summerton.
VI( l'O1RY I,OAN 'A11i'AING;
('o'mbia. S. ('., April 17.----South
( ,tna 'ill enter tha' Victory Loaan
Iur a:-::n with a more complete oi
lt on than any other other
:!I the Fifth Federal L.oan District.
Th L State\ will be al most 100 per
'' nt rei.'oy. The State ('h:airmarn,
E Ch-tiis II. Ba rron, has hia some
,:.h\ in the last few lavs with
' r two Counties, but they are
' n t!'' straigrht'nle:I out, or will
b the timl:e thie ('anprai'jin (ontenis.
-a'' nd .A pril 21st. "I wish to
Bag: all who have been faithful."
r. Barrom toahry. "I know
tnt v' r'.thing s,'eme,'i dark and utn
irop' ' ine' when we took hold eight
wer: ato. but motet of the imren- -
it '' cir''se al! the warja ia -.h1ive
show'hk- r phck. their patriotismu,
h ar a' rith their ipeopwle and their
w 'rr 1i. to .'e'r:ile'' tiou. comnfrt'r't
n ' pp'tttuity to advance their
S. r <sts.
''hr " have been so tmoe who have
It's a short word, an I ugly,
.s what soe have done.
I n:'''"' .t'lv I h.;d time to fill their
E n i to get an oreanizat.ion
or' thie a rive comm i encedl.
L .a w" h-ive ex'tused1 hee:mase the''
ah r s s utlicient and others
. ' th' wor; as wel!."
-1 riot in my heart to treat.
u 'an kinlly, as all can say
\ : '., yet if I were more
t - ' 'nerous. I woabrl tell the
who it is that has stuck to
Ith -~ -ande wvould let them know the
- hoe who h,rve quit. T(he
ht s' mer have given have
b de bri ot ht'rs hrave been
I ht.< ind were f'romt
o 'ntio that have given
-nations~ that have mrade
h ii', rt'k in Frarne. WXheni
bt ::' a rme homrre they will be
L s - sm. I w.'ant ill
- n l' to' participtt e andt tao
- - . int t-t <ake-s frtom
''nt c'1K'. lt-cor. aof
n ar kep anIt nin
n il h r irrl t': :mdt
n herey. Wha wiil South
Th th heIlokn. Ita I o
n ~ittr 'a t crn1 ao
-iMtht we11 py a
b -, tt -' i i . (a whh- it'
I ~~~ 'ano h 'for! te South
k t . w,- 'lnt hav to ) ayr
\ yr;.3k1 entr cora''rled wri h wht
Publicirlnewerrity tl jirecor
lr. At of iat r arinad
n na'ition in toandtnn;
H . d I pl we~ r kll ed ttaaar. todawen
hel! I'Iairphm wnin to r a. % iltall i n
an f i i' to a rsneert son of the atan
afount of Clni :r enn. srt
By .il ai M. Windhm itrobafte .sudye:
W!r r ir rEAs Jai d isoneie. maden
e hi t e rto girat hter ie, tteo
nist rate o the lEstdate and
inffente t(a of Ap:rr Luen ilson.t
a Tei iHaSE'a AoRer f a I IERE 'RE, k
ite frnoionishow asifanyth
thned hand Crw ioyo the said t~
VENb indaparfer m e tin the
ignt2thday of April, Annexti 119
day of April Judgo D o f i 1919 t.
SFAMAN DROWN WHEN TUG SUNK
Transport's Propeller Slices Off Stern
GOES DOWN IN 3 MINUTES
One of the Most Dramatic Marine
Accidents Ever Recorded at
New York, April 17.-The home
coming joy of 1,362 American troops
on the steamer Saxonia was dashed
this afternoon when the soldiers, clus
tered, cheering, at the rail, saw the
naval tug Freehold sent to the bot
tom of the Hudson river by a blow
from the Saxonia's propeller, as she
was working to warp the big liner
into her pier.
A mdster of the Freehold's crew to
night showed three men missing.I
Rescued members of the crew said
that they saw Larry Lanaham, chief
machinist's mate, sink after a short
struggle. It was thought possible that
ti'( other two men unaccounted for
hail been picked up by small boats and
The sinikng of the tug was one of
the most dramatic marine accidents
that has ever occurred here. The
ce4'.ers which a moment before had
been echoing back and forth from
transport to dock were suddenly
hushed as from the stern of the great
\ essel came the sound of rending steel
Quick to Rescue.
The Saxon ia's decks, crowded to the
rail with returning troops, hale and
wounded alike, were the scene of
greatest confusion, which lasted, how
ever, but for an instant. Then quick
thinking lighting men, alive to the
ha: ulrds of No -.an's Land, put their
thoughts into action. Ropes were
thrown overboard and five seamen
ulied from the Iludson.
3leanwhile the naval tug Crawford,
also emiared in warping the Saxon in
into her dock, went to the rescue anti
saved three more lives. Police res
cued three others and a row boat
h.: ti dv ptl out from the shore,
Lrought the total of those saved to 1.1.
Sank in Three .linutes.
Ihe Freehold was less than three
minutes itn sinking. According to wit
nesse-s it was shortly before 1::1) when
the tag. pulling the vessel's stern
ar t'inI r'eceivel its death blow.
W itt-se nid thtt. the cuuom11-andler
of the Sa-oia evidently intended to
nil the tug by diving the larger craft
a "kick aheal." The quick rush of
water, Ioiwev', sucked the tug in
un'der the stern and the Saxonii's
.il-ton propeller bhle descended like'
a knife on the setern of the smaller
ThoI:- on the <hik hardly had time
to '"en to the pier head before the'
t'l'' s :-tack disappealre-l beneath the
it. r Iof the lIulsotn. Only the tips
of her masts renmlinetl above the
W'L.1) OUST lII' Rl.ESON
(orgia Labor 11en Ask I'ostmaster
. rat1-w ick, Ga.. April 17.--- lesolu
I tons Were piassed at the tleet ing11 of
the (Gr( ia l"'t 'ration of I.abor here
otdav (allig upon 'resident Wilson
to r'ive front office Postlasctr
(entetl Hurleson. The resolution was
offered by t he telephone operators an I
the Allier Eletrical Workers and
his remtov:tl was asked on the tground
that the Postmaster General. in the
capait' of wire chief. hol I 'en tu:
fair to orgallized labor, and unfair to
the puhlie heIause t(lelhotte and tele
graph rates hal heen unreasonably inl
crea":sed. A\ n'imlber of ano-endlnne
\wr"-' fered, but the t'esoltt o was
ado' telI as introlmed.
i us Iturbance tProbablty ini (ental of01
Washintgtoni, April 17.- An 48arth
anatd ulntl ti1' rOechSt thI11
tih' (--nter- of distuirban ' was 1 tat i-i
atpprtoxiatcly 2.tt00 o mils tfr'om Wa
mltttont, an-l pobab,:lyi n o tr all ir
(Cheerful the WorldI Look:-'
After TakIin1g the New
1 lavi' yout triied tine nt'vw nos:-'ale
('aloemil that mnaes 'calom'l taiikne a
Ipeasure ? If you htave, yo t appre
('iate tihe wontder'ful vitues of calb
melI when robdn'( of all it-s un densatt
Calotabs is the sentsati11n to the~
yeart iln the( drutg t radei. Phlarnmei''st-s,
regardl it ats a plerfect rem<lt lv for' thi' I
st ipaitiont and(li ntdigestion11 is mot34 de -
The next tme your Ii vt'r nleeds aj
thorough eleansing try Ca~nlotabis. Onle.
tablet at hedtime with a swallow of I
water, that's atll. No talste1, not naut-|
Sea, no0 sallts, no( gr'ipintg. You wak 1'
utp itn tile mtornting feeling fine, with t
yottr system ftorotugh ly cleansed(0 anid
a hearty ap petite Cot' bt'eak fast. Ea't
wiit you pl ease--ntc danttgert oif sai-~
Calotabs are never soldl in butlk ;
for your protectionl they are soir only
in original, sealed package;, price I
tihrty-five cents. Your druggist will
gladly refund your money if you (o0
not Kmd th em effective and)4 delIght
YOU CAN'T GROW
without good Fertilizers. Our
8-3-3 IDEAL TOBACCO
supplemented with good work
and careful attention will insure.
you a handsome profit on this
MANNING OIL MILL.
We have just received] a car
and can fill any order. In this lot we have a few
extra nice Southern drivers. We didn't buy this
car to feed and they will not stay long. We have
the size and quality and our prices will make them
move. Our stock Harness, Mowers, Rakes, Bug
gies and Wagons you will find complete, and we
invite your inspection before you buy. We have
studied the ],eeds of our customers for a number
of years, and we feel we now have anything to
suit our customers in our line.
& Plurnbing Co k~j
Special attention paid tou i\Ian
nmng busineCss. Etimates furn.
ished on all
SE lectical, Plumbing and
~iSale Agents Western Electric Co.'s
Farm, Light arnd Powr Plants,