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U. S. Pays Soldiers Well While Being
1,159 NOW WELL, PLACED
In Typical Case Man, to Rtemove
Handicap, is Provided With
Trhe 100',000 Americaa disabledl sol
di ers of the present war will neither
have to sell penc ils or' ak job)s in
such li 1ndl alleeoy occupations as night
watchmjen, for through the activities
o1 the F'ederaIl Board of Ediucaition in
Washingtoni virtualiy every busines.3
p'rofessionale , techntical school in the
(country has opened v:!de its doori for
' education and training of the
-r d!isabl(ed to fill jobs as goodl as,
anot better than, thos. which they
had before the war.
The vast scope of the governmnent's
programn for the redenmpt ion process
andl~ reed ucatLion work no0w undler wayV
ishown by the fact that the voca
t onalI boardf h as already placed 1 ,:195
or' these own in 87.1 ('lunt ionel insti
tjtionis and11 seent'y- two factories.
Greek Exemplifies Help.
A bette r idea of wh'at the program
r'eans than any rec itli of figures as
to fhe numbiter under training aind
the variety of' new vocations they are
brunog prepa red Wtoi tae u p is affordled
bfy fhe cas'' of the first disabled sol..
ier mi the counitryv placed by the feud
oral board. . In this case the goverin
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on Display a ci
?d ' Pattt
kirts, Waists 4
complete line of
also be fitted to
my line Ribbo
ir Bows, etc.
ackwear a Specis
m ent not only is arranging to over
comlle the war handicap which the roi
dier received, but has also relievc
hii of the handicap of a name "a
long as your arm" by changing i
trom the original Gre ck into "Lewi
Lewis Theodore was picked up o
the streets of Washington last Sep
tem bere by an oflicial ,f the hoar
almost destitute. 'I heodore, havinj
en!isted in the army, was assigned t
work at hi seld job with a baker
(o:pliany. One cay during the previ
(us harI winter in cam p, comning ou
after wor))king' al day amidl the ho
ovens of the c am p b ~cery, Th'eodor
took a severe cold which levelope,
mnto sc'iatic rheumali.tism. Hie was dliz
cha:rg.ed'lfrom the service, and -by reai
son of this rheumatis~a found i. im
jpoibl)e to icollow his old occupa
Filled ODt App)Ilication.
T[he first tim I the board didl was
help him I'!! out anl application to th
war risk burean for compensation
Tbhis was~ granted in ::hort order an<
uiponl the detc is ion of the burieau than
the case wasoePyn 3 ot
ndrthe law, the vocational expert:
took him im incharge an.-? in formed hini
that in case he desired to fit huimsiel
for a lighter job where his rhieuma
tismi would not he a s:ims handicap:
the government wouitld not only place
hinm intraining, but act ually pa~y bin
anO add itional1 $85, tr $fO5 a montl
while he was learning.
Theodore said he wantedl to her
salesman, so the hoard ri!acedl hiim a
Chnc mi a local busi iness coll--gi
whlere he has einee been) purksuing
with marked success a general coi.
mercialI courise. That waIs six mionths:
algo, but Tfheodore is still drawing hi:
Wea month and will continue to dc
CAS[ AfI[R GAS[.
lencty More Like This in M
ylou about Doniin's~l idne
a happy citizen maneks
rn 'nt of his ex periene'
of it. WVhat bett 'irca
be had than siuchli
Jamteu E. Rea rdon, L ,~ Ma.
ito, gave the followu .tatemuent
.fanuiary 80, I1911: "Son . years age
iseid D~on'is Kidn1ey P'ill s and fon
themi a valuable remed~y. At that
time miy kidn1ev:: nere giving mie con.
siidera ble trouble)1. 1 hadl backaches
and( pains alcros~s my loin-;. I usedC
Donn's Kidney Pills' and they gave
me prom ut and lasting relief.'"
A 1TJER~ A LAPlSE O1" SEVEN
YEA RS, Mr. Reardlon said: "You ear
still use the statemient which I have
sone tume ago praising lDoan's Kid..
noy P'ills. D~oan's certainly are a
f4ood remiedy for all kinds of kidney
.Priee 630c, at all deallers. Don't
simply as5k for a kidney remedy- get
D~oan s Kidney Pills.--the same that
Mr. Reardon hadl. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfrrs.. Buffalo, N. v. a_.
moice line of
wn Hats I
Manning, S. C. I
so until the board can place him In
a good paying position.
d Wife Also is Aided.
s If Theodore, or others of the 1,400,
t odd private soldiers who are under
a going trainin for new or better pay
ing jobs, has a wife and his train
ing does not take him to a school or
. factory in another city, he r eceives an
l extra $10 by reason of that fact. If
his training takes him off to school
e and he is forced to live apart from
his wife, he is given his $65 a month
- while the government allots her in
t additional $30 a month.
t The com missionedl oficer who takes
alv:mntage of the government's v'oc:a
it on~al prga is even hetter off
.Ta!:e the case of Capt. John D~oe, who
s awv overseas service and suffered a
-complete nervWous breakdown as a re
suilt of shell-shock and the starin of
months, of hard lighting in France. As
a ,National Guard or national army
othecer-he could retia e on two-thirds
pay' if he were a regular--the most
he can receive after dlischarge as .o..
.taldy diasaled'a is $30 a month, hat the
moment he decides to take up a vo
cational course he will receive $00
amonth, a monthly Payment equal to
Sas hast mbonth's pay ina the service.
a 'my a lawyer in a Southern St ate
.t d convi nced that he woul not be
able to lead a ease in court for a
'.ear or two, Copt. Doe told the hoard
he w anted to take a course in hig.her'
afrotmtancy. After a short visit to
hiis home folks, Ca pt. D~oe has ar
rangedl through the vocational board
to take uip this; work at an institu
. ion of- standling. If he were a see..
ond Ilieutenant, he would receive a
tMutenant's pay wvhile in training. In
ot her words, an oflicer draws his rey
tar service pay wvhile being traine'd
oranwjob or profession.
K l EEPERS, TAK E NOTiCE!
'onditionas in the Hives.
College, A pril 25.-T'Ihe
-g specialist of the Entomol
aslonl report greatly increased
. .and leIasinlg progress in he'
are mn various parts of the state.
any hieekeepers are wrIting for in
lormat ion and advice. Just now it is
necC'ss'ary to he watchful and careful
mt ha ndhing bees to get best results.
If the brood combs are badly hound
it is not always best to try to
straighten them at this time when the
saprmig honey flow is on. If the colony
as strong and working wvell, it is ad
visable to let such a brood chambler
alone until this honley flow is over.
Straightening the combs often re
quires much cutting and tearing, andl
much brood is destroyedl in this way.
Creditors of the Estate of Ellison
Capers,, d eceased, will render an ;ae
.count of their dlemandls, dluly attested
to the untdersignedl as admmnistratrix
or to her attorney, J. Hughes Cooper, 1
Columbia, S. C.
.. ' Carlotta M. Capers,
Administratrix of the Estate of EIli
'But if the colony is weak, go into
the hive, examinje it, And straighten
the comb. Combine weak colonies to
strengthen them,. or requeon. When
straightening it is advisable to cut
out and remove drone comb if there
is a lat-ge amount of It, and replace
with worker comb foundation.
If there are many drones at this
ime, causing considerable commotion,
it may be due to 'a crowded condition
or an excessive amount of drone
:omb. There will be some swarming.
have the hives into which the new
swarms are to be placed in readiness
before the swarm comes out. Be
sure to hive the new swarm on the
>ld stand as described heretofore. Put
some comb in the brood chamber so
that the queen has a place to lay.
The queen alley is convenient
where one can not be near the bees,
us ,this holds the queen and prevents
the swarn from leaving. After a
swarm has made one attempt to get
away, then it should be watched be
cause several attempts at a get--away
without success, and failure to hive
it, may cause the loss of the queen.
Use a good smoker and smoke mild
ly except when combining. Use a
rood veil, and if you are nervous about
handling bees, then wear gloves and
leggings. Remember that the best
beekeepers use smoker and veil.
SEES BEST RESULIT'S FROM
MONEY FOR BOYS' CLUBS
The United States Department of
Agricuiture, the State agricultural
coleges, and other agencies for the
promotin of better farming are
spening considerable money in club
work among boys.
Does it pay? IHere rs the opinion
of Dr. Thomas F. Hunt, Dean and
Director of the College of Agricul
ture. University of California:
"The College of Agriculture did not,
in my opinion, get as effective results
mlom any other ebual sum of money
which it expended as it did from the
: nout of rmney spent on boys' clubs.
"These clubs have been running
long enough for us to have some
knowlede-e of their influence on the
future lives of the boys concerned. I
think I am well within the wark when
I say that for the amount of money
expended we get the greatest human
SEIZE AMERICAN SRII'
Fishing Schooner Held on Charge of
Carrying A mmunitions.
Washington, April 28.-The State
Department was advised today of the
s'izure of the American fishing
schooneMr Cape 1orn by the Mexican
authoritie. on the ground that she
carried munitions for revolutionists.
The schooner, which hail'l from Gal
veston, wa; captured in Mexican ter
ritorial watrs, according to the ad
vices. and taken to Vera Cruz where
she is being held. Formal charges
have not yet been preferred, but the
St ate I)epart ment is making official
iniuiries into the reasons for seizure.
flRITISH GET OUT OF FIUME
Anxious to Avoid Clash With Italian
Gen 1va, April 28.--(By the Associ
sted Press.)-The battalion of British l
troons which occupied Fiume with the
Italians after the armistice, left
I' iume when the Italian delegates to
the peace conference left Paris, ac
?ording to advices from Agram, capi
tal of Croatia and Slavonia.
The reason for this action by the
Brit ish is reported to be a desire to
Avoid friction with the Italian troops.
The despatch adds that the Italiaps
m reinforcing their troops in . Cen
Habitual Constipation Cured
in 1 4 to 21 Days
'LA X-FOS WITH PEPSIN': is a specially
areparedl Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Ha bitual
Jonstipation. It relieves promptly but
~hould be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
.o induce regular action. It Stimulates and
?egulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
SUMiMONS FOR RELIEI"
[he Staite of South Carolina,
Coun~ity of Clarendon.
C our t of Comnmon Pleas.
I- . IDlesChamps, Plaintiff,
Wachi.ey D~eshamnips, Armond C. D~es
C hamps, J. M. DesChamps, R. S.
Des( hamps1, 13. WV. DesChamps,
Wayne DesChamps, Elizabeth [Des
Cha~mps, (the younger), C. Alphonso
Des( hamps, Iva D~esChamps, Mar
shall DesChamps, M. Caro D~es
Champs, Myrtle DesChamps, L.. TI.
DesChamps, R. S. Elliott, IDuvalle
WV. Elliott, ,John L,. Elliott, Calvert
E. Ell iott (Sometimes called Carl
ton Elliott) Rodierick M. ElIliott,
Richard F. Elliott, JIohn M. Elliott,
(leo E. Egerton, Hlenry D). Green,
Caro Lee Green, Ralph Green,
fienry ID. .Green, (the younger),
A rthur Brailsford, Ihenry D). Brails
ford, Gracie Briggs, Lalla Briggs,
Elhizabeth DesChainps, Defendants
Sumomons for Relie f.
['O THE DEF'ENDANTR ABOVE
You are hereby summoned and re
inired to answer the Complaint in
ais action, of wvhich a copy is here
vith served upon you, and to serve a
opy of your Answer to the said Com..
slamnt on the subscriber at his oflice
it Sumter, S. C., within twenty (lays
fl'er the service hereof, ex(clusive of
he day of such service, and if you
~ai to answer the Complaint within
he time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this
et ion will apply to thme Court for the
'elief demandIed in the Complaint.
.John II. Clifton,
Po the absent defendants C. Alphonso
DesChamps, Richard F. Elliotg and
Danrgan P. Elliott:
You are hereby notified that the
30mplaint in this ' Lion was filled in
he ofiee of the 'I "k of Court for
ilarendon County on the 14th day
f A pril, A. D.. 1's19
Mihn TT. Clifton,4
3t-19 c. Phinif'&' A ttoney.
IT'S NOT YOUR
TTidngy dli!eauln is no reepocter of p or
Rot'. A nw jorlty of the ils all t cui1g
people today can be traced back to
Tho kidneys mo tho most Important
organs of the bodiy. They are thou
iliterers, the purifiers, of your blood.
Kidney dis'asa i usually indicated by
Wearine'ss, 5leeiplossness. tlervousneais,
despondon.^y, backace, stomach trou
ble, pain In loins and lower abdomen,
gall stones, gravel, rheumatism, sciatica.
All these derangements are nature's
signals to wvarni you that the kidneys
need help. You should use GOLD
MEDAL hlaarloui Oil Capsules inime
No. i R
Next to Home Bo
Do not damage your c;
-parts that have neith
or the workmanship.
times a full supply of
Parts that will stan
strain and wear. We
lowest prices 1ossible.
We have employed an
be able to do the repair v
Tires, Accessories, Oils
Will It P.
is~a question that occurs t<
huy a new plow.
(10 joodl work "to the end of
the chapter" because
Share, moldiboard, land
side and standar'd are locked
together so rigidly by "The
Lo)Ck T1hat Locks" that the
plow holds itsi correct set and
pitch, no matter how hard
the plowing~ or how long
1)low is used.
COFFEY & 1a
YOUR . KIDNEYS
rliatoiy. The nac'tming, heaing oil stim
ulates the 'kial ney;. reievi laallkaIutg:,
lions and d'stroyn the g- r which
have c~aured it. Do not wilt until to
morrow. (o to your driugist today and
insist on. COLD[ Mht.D.IJ Ha~arlemx t)&i
Capsules. In tweonty-four hours. you
should feet health andi vlgol- returning
and will bless tho day you first hoard
oat COILD AMF"DAT 1 lnarloan Oil.
After you fee that you have cured
yourselfi continaue to take one or two
capsules each day, so as to keep it
1frst-class condition and ward oft tt
danger of other attacks.
Ask for the original Imported GOLD
MEDAL brand. Threo eizes. Money re
funded if they do not help you.
Y AND FEED CO.
ink and Trust Co.
ur by using inferior parts
er the material in them
We have in stock at all
I the proper amount. of
are selling these at the
exlpert mechanic and will
iork on all makes of cars.
,Greases and G~isoline
(G, S. C.
rs of Use?
you when you conme to
When you come to put on
new weariins parts, they slip
into place with ease and "fit
like a pglove," retainingj the
origJinal shape arnd pitch of
Before you buy another
plow, come in and examine