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I. I. APPELT
F. M. SROPE
The resumption of Americ
is fixed for January, 1920.
. The fact that foreign trav
has had the excellent result o
acquainted with their own cc
naturally under ordinary col
pean trips have learned the
Florida and the West.
Before the war Americai
$300,000,000 in Italy and Frai
of this money has gone into I
different branches of patriotic
has helped to increase the ci
If you can afford a trip a
good. But make sure that yi
own country to do it. "SEE
STAND FOR IMP
The successful business ma
honor and integrity. Beyon<
must have the compound of
in her love for condensation,
The successful, wideawake
possess the same qualities. It
realize that its prosperity a
home advantages and busine,
offer. And it must have vis,
penditures which secure the
extravagance, but an asset.
Money spent in local imi:
buildings, schools, good road
selectric light, is money well
these improvements is like n
ment, which is bound to retu
the town reacts to the cor
Who wants to live in a to
which drags out its monotonoi
or improvement? When the <
ment comes up, stand behind
vote for it. Install local impi
your -town sought by busine;
It is up to you, Mr. Citize
provements first, last and all
make your home town a desil
a progressive business center
PAXIL1[ DEMONSTRATION CU
Mrs. F. S. lGetddings' will be one of
the delegates f m ) this county to take
the short conr:o! for wo:ni',i at Win
throp olle;e the first of TJ:;n. The
club foe. . honore l in havin _s :ch a
worthy womlan to repreUcnt us anf i
[eel s-irr she will bring b-rek mouch
inlspira' t to us.
are (J,':*c ri~.; 8po to---otrea
awears~ tic as long a;s horypt
'Thy yers us of pint Thfis
-formae ceta iy thai dolas no Iei
------------------- ---- Editor
MAY 21, 1919.
Ln tourist travel in Europe
el has not been permitted
f making Americans better
untry. People who would
editions have taken Euro
beauty and possibilities of
tourists spent annually
ice. Since then great part
Jncle Sam's coffers, or into
work. And the remainder
rculation of money in our
broad next year, well and
)u are not neglecting your
.n must base his life upon
I and outside of these, he
and vision which America,
has chosen to style "pep.'
and progressive town must
must have the judgment tc
nd growth depena on the
;s advantages which it can
ion enough to see that ex
se advantages are not an
rovements such as public
s, -sewers, city water, anc
pent. Undertaking any oi
caking an excellent invest
rn dividends. The gain tc
fort and benefit of ever3
wn without "pep," a towr
as existence without growt'r
question of a local improve
it, "boost" it, work for it
'ovements, and you will set
,s enterprises and manu
i1. Stand up for local in
the time, and you will hell
-able place of residence an(
-vote to pave.
ourse the '2'i-28 of June, We fee
ure will mean much to our commun
ty in uplifting our boys and girls.
An euthusiastic health meeting wa
mi*d at the school building on Frida:
P. t. April 9th. Mrs. McPhersor
>tur new and popular assistant Hon
DE:ns~tation Agent, presided in
)leasing manner over the meeeting
\fter singing with spirit, "My Coun
ry; 'Tis of The, a numb~er of amux
nc andl in teresti n.s recitat ions wa
'W(en by the school girls andi boy
*iat~ve to health, etc. Mrs. Tupma
Portion is Portion has
Preserved , Away
'Costs Less Than
protection. If it (ails in that.--if it
~eP in. The wood rots, and~ you are
*r repairs. 'The only way to inur
ldings is to buy the best possible paint.
rchase than buying lumber for repairs
This has been proved by inmneraeble tests
ste longe~r because the highest grade linsced
facture. They are laboratory tested for
d and mixed by formulaspefcd hoj
aished product isee-tested bymaster 'ampe
ate in any particularfromn tandard set,
aning Grocery Co.
was then introduced and she gave an
instructive talk on nursing, also how
to prevent malaria, typhoid fever and
tuberculosis. She told too of num
bers of instances rendered by the Red
Cross to communities devastated by
sudden disaster and that we should
adapot a policy of preparedness and
should have capable trained workers
who could be depended upon. She ad
vocated having a county nurse and
a doctor to visit the schools regularly
and examine the children.
The home esrvice of the Red Cross
will co-operate with the demonstra
tion clubs and must be ready for any
emergency all the time, for there is
no knowing when a disaster will be
fall a community, for instance shrdlu
fall when the influenza was prevalent
and if we had been well organized
and prepared the epidemic cot . have
been managed better.
Everyone in a community should
be, she said, a member of the club and
Red Cross and consider himself en
listed for life, and too, of ways and
means of extendin-. service now to
our wounded and disabled soldiers,
sailors and nurses.
Name No Acres
Frazier Williams - - 20 15.
H. R. Rose ...-_-_-20 10
Laird Caesar - ....-...-..22 15
I. M. Cooper----....-. 1.6 12
Geo. Cooper -- -- -- . -.-. 15 10
Josh Cooper -- -. -- .- - t~, 10
Elliott Rhodes ---.. 15 10
Bobbie Burgess ---------12 8
Francis Rose ----...--- 9 6
Ben Thomas ..... .. 25 14
R. E. Miller - ..----- 18 12
A. R. Rose .---- ........ 10 6
A. B. Coleman ....--- . 20 15
t Tollie McFaddin-...------5 314
Harvey Burgess .-- ...-15 10
Sam Bine ....-----_-.-..12 9
West Williams--....----. 5 Y0
A. M. McFaddin --- ...-15 11
Silas Walekr ---.-- ....-12 8
- J. M. Miller ---.....-20 14
Robert Kennedy .- . - 20 12
r Sam Williams .-...10 6
R. B. Burgess - -----8 5
W. C. Davis,
- Government Nitrate of Soda.
I hav-e been advised by the Depart
mtert of Agriculture that shippine in
- structions covering nitrate annlied for
h- farmers must rean the Washin:
ton omfe not later than June 1st. In
- order to comply with the instrue
tions it is necessary for farmers to
arrange with me for n!l the Govern
ment nitrate they expect to net for
this year's cron. on or before May 30.
No nitrate will bo ordered onf for arv
,)e unless it is naid for. and all an
nlications will he cancelled unless they
are paid for by May 31st.
Any one desiring to secure Govern
ment nitrate can get !s by anplying
to me before final shipping instruc
tior.s are wired in.
S. W. Barron,
a f'Ol E!' PREPARATORY CLA' ~
- "-ra. E. C. Aisbrook. Teacher
- Manning, S. C.
For [Joys and Girls
Forrteen inmits, English, French,
I.;tin. algebra, geometry, history
'"id .science. Prepar-s for an" college.
n Business arithmetic, spelling and
w~rit:noe cnrefullv tainrht.
Clemson, the Citadel, and the U~ni
"v'rsitv of South Carolina offer' freep
scolrsips to be1 womn b~v cemnititivA
''-~amcinat$-ions,. Each sc'holarsip'1 a I
law.s free tuition and .elion em
Winthrol) has no sc'holarsnlianavailab!e
Sn~-"id houir-'la- fromi I p. mi. to
'.m. Ifour to s'.'it nupil.
Al nor'sons arie 'sarmd not to hunt
titims on landls known ais th-'
!R :in plac", or to fish in Scott'
fly II. A. Riehbo)urg, Manae~.
hams.'i' who were mnembmei., vi a..
* *Raiinhow.. division in France, r,..
r 'd hon'e Ilo~t Thuriisdar nig~ht.
h;-v-on ottenl the~ir final diche!.
TI e .vo- menp hai'n hid .sec w,,v
drliful ex:perience nnd sucffered man',
ha h:I~i 's, hut they; ari- th" oiie-ure
of health. We are all pr'oud of' these
bhv,\ anduiar' int;t ~as ghla to a""
'1 1' h''e agin as they arei t get
T' S.tt of South Car'olinai,
* C ount~y rf C'lariendon.
Byv J. M. W~indham,, P'robaite .Juidg.
WAIIIERiEAS , Charlton E. (;amil
m iade suit to me to grant him Letters;
of Admioin istiation of' the Estat'e and
effects of Sh-udrie Rush M'vims.
TlIE E ARE, THE(1'RErFORE., toj
ecto and' admnoniish all' and aingular
the Kmred and Cre'ditors of the( said
Shaidric Rush Mimsq, de'ceased, that
they h: and appeatr h;afore ie, in the
Court of IPriobate, to be0 held( at Mann
ing on thec 9th day of June, next,
after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon, to show cause, it' any
they have, why the said Admainistra
tion should not lie granted.
GIVEN tinder my hand this 21st
day of May, Anno Doni 1919.
J. M. WINDHAM,
--23-3t..p. JTudge of Probate.
a We say "satisfy
aK 1 would like to have
it means to you; yoi
any store may hav
we can't possibly gt
But what we g
and if for any rea
goods we sell, or w
faction on our go<
we give your mon
ours; we don't ca
we believe you'll.li
Home of Hart Schaffner &
in WHhite and Colored Milai
lot of those famous KASS P
uation. We intend selling
We also offer some very
Wings in White and Colors,
We offer a fine selection
639c per yard. Also all numb(
Pretty Graduation and I
Georgettean'l Crepe de Chi
are samples, hence the big
Come in weP will be delij
The ANio Store' on the enr
Lction guaranteed" a goo
you know what we m<
i in clothes meansi to us e
i made by human hands
defects; none of us ar
arantee merchandise exc,
ner & Marl
-WOOL and Si
iarantee is that the clothe
son they don't-we'll ma]
have to be pretty caref
e couldn't keep on guara:
>ds. If anything doesn't
my back as much for you:
re to keep any- money v
uaranteed" is simply vali
ke the spirit at this stor
A. BRYAN, Manager.
1s, some with transparei
ATTERN HATS, suitable
these at the very lowest
pretty White and ColoA
r~f Sash and Camisole We
r's in narrow ribbons.
arty Frocks in white, fk
ne. Prices from $8.50 te
'eduction. Waists and 8
thted to wait~ on you.
d deal. We
.an by that
and sold at j
s will satisfy,
u1 about the
sake as for
ie don't give
SUMTER, S. C.
it brims. Also a nice
for the Miss for grad
'ed Flowers, Novelty
Lsh Ribbon from 25c to
~sh and pink--in Voile,
$22.50. Most of them
~kirts of all kinds and
Mann &L C