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BEN[FIT OF SCHOOLS
I (e Sir( to the attention (f
schoo l trust'' ; .:)'i others who have
an :t ret th< ublic schools, to a
ft r .itte r- o~f vital :ipo(rtance.
i'r.acticaly all the revenue availal'e
Ir :' hool arposcs is derived from
taxatiol, '11 owing to the small flue
t atiem in taxah prop( rty, the reve
ac risilit Iherefromll rcm aii pr:ae
1',n'ly one thing.
a r.1 esuit of the ihanorlal high
rre pe !4revlling for all the necessi
i; 4( of life. wages have incre'ase1 in
neav1rly every line of eTn(eavor.
.:'laries of teachers as a rule have
r.:a atvance' in the samte proportion
1:: oth. r:, yet there has been a mark
eI advanee. a1ndI if trustees are to em
(V ttachenfrr' of ability and experie'nce
will in at p rohability have to I
m:.ore' another year. The in
5(d /ii ;!"e iv) 1)''r to tx'h lre
S t ( I ' e t 11 ' \ Ito 1' ;.
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- !'' .I .. "h = m11. : y 1- v
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h~ " rt ," ' ,:i''' :le ,!nd thel
f: ifl: 't,. '.1 t! \\""1 I (' (11 '. 1 +
yt e.. r ' : ' 1 next i
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t \ ', t t b . n .fn x e m
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I refore b the hoove's aln of ex teo bm,
' to n:' ' t. h e' tl:t ion1.
( ~nty l'ua 1 in nd1'ten!t If t 'don;tien1.
We have the stL
to the worms an
Both in bulk
What do you p
A FRONT LACE or
We have either in Warn<
set guaranteed to shape
well-and not to Rust, 11
R. R. JENKINS4
Rubber llose Fi
We nav'e (,arden llo 4, Wate'dr
I los3. Ourn%' narden hose at .?Y'
hose you ('nn b i'y, for It wil last
means~li an a''4raf't of abu 114e1 41
you ian t'e t a ho0>e for I0 yo \'I1
buit you ablohut on' ''ia-on. W'~it
(If y'ardeni ho(4 we' grv' latwn i
Rad iator Hls in0 ( 1 inch.L 1
', ;iri d '1 foot leungths
HOSPITAL SHIP ARRIVES
Blind Checker Champion Among
Those on Board.
New York, May 25.--Bringing an
nouncement of the abandonment of
Brest and St. Nazaire as embarkation
ports for America sick and wounded,
the hospital ship Mercy arrived here
today from St. Nazaire with 386 pa
ients. Virtually all the wounded have
been returned to the United States,
officers of the Mercy stated, and that
the less than 100 will be brought
from the war area through the port of
On hoard the Mercy was Corporal
Otis Speed. of Collins, Miss., who l
ia me back blind. anti, despite his
handicap, the checker champion of the
vessel, having defeated every officer
,f the ship. lie sailed last October l
with the Fifty-second infantry, was
ransferred to a depot brigade and
thile there his sight gradually failed
The transport Otzga arrived from
Bordeaux with t wenty-four ofhicers
1 9n 7 iilisted men, including Com
'a;ni(s A. B and (' and headquarter.;
nrI . ie- Wi d et itachmients of the :11th
o1fantry. for Caimps lix. Uipton.
r;,nt. l'ike and od((ge.
SIl OT)''S HIROT il EWi.lt-1N l.A W
liude .lrt'i Held for Death of
( t:n'y. .! :y. 25. ---She riff T honas,
("h- rk'ee ('eomt\. co. izjt tel to jail
ridl:ty night ('hiu1de .latinl. who is:
hanrge v:ith tfatally sh ootingc his
(it h r-h in-In w, Will T'iner. There were
m witnesses to the shoot ing except
ht wife xnd1: d!alughter (f the dil
:. and both testii(d that they
:v: of t) rnsotin for the deed. as
n-"11 \men' ap parent V friendly.
ft r the coinitlusion of the inqucst
heriff Thomas anl Deputy Sheriff
th I i cveired where whiskey
'a reeuntly been mh ale within al-int
.f - 1 i f \lartini's house. and
b s fact m '.ay lave bripen restnonsible
'1r1 the 1hillimr. :; it i- thoutght that.
Iiner nid art in had som('t hiine- to
'o with the plant. The parties lived
ihut fuirteen miles from (affneyv\, in
'. i-e.ons indebted unto the
-state of Emma L. Thomas will
,1(:a c make t tt ien t with the
m:tIersign(d. 'et :ill persons laiming
ndebtediness against the estate of
-:mna L. Thomas will file due proof
.ez her elahn o with the uinders igned.
The Sm niter Trust (ompan.
Administrator of the Estate
.3-;1-. .f IEnna L. Tiomas.
ff to put an end
E of LEAD
refer, madam ?
a BACK L ACE ?
ar's Rust Proof, a Cor
reak or Tear.
The ratnge (f mrodels
covers .xvery figure
As;k for a Warner,
andl( the saleswomren
canP tell at a glance
the model suited to
o' u r iitMure4.
$1.5() to $3.50
DN, MANNING, S. C.
>r All Purposes
Hsle, fIbdiatfxir II(Si andI St ean
'ier foot is by far thbe che'apest
from six to, eiyght Seasions, wh ibh
o 4c per foot, a reasion. Wh ie
nOiw as a rude the 10 hI Iose well
h an iird'r for ;i0 feet (ir mori
n h, 1'.. inch, 1%a inch, 2 inchK
EMPHATIC IN HER
PRAISE Of TANLAC
Anderson Woman Declares She Be
came a Nervous Wreck
HAD TO HIRE HELP
Mrs. Vernon Says Tanlac Made Her
Feel as Well as She
"Tanlac is the finest tonic I have
ever taken. I don't think it can be
excelled." These emphatic statements
were made by Mrs. Ida Vernon, of 31
Henderson St., Anderron, she gave in
endorsement of Taalac. "I took Tan
lac for a had run-down condition, and
my health was so bail I was unable i
to do my hous.ework when I began
taking Tanlac. I employed a cook
then. I had indig'.stion boadly and .
lots of food I could not eat, because
of the > ufferi ng it would cause mle.
Really I was .ust a nervous wreek. I
I h:al been under treatment almort I
continuously for almo.t five years,
hlut I lid not scen to imnrove any.
"A friend in South orgia told me .
nlhout Tanla. aind I took it. And the
Taninc got mle to feeling as well a '
I ever did in my life. My appet it '
was returncd I to me. th.' i nligestion i
vas stopped and my whole system was
strlethened. 'lmO lae siurely did help
mI wonderfully. I gained about ten
pounds in weigN, too."
Tnlae, the Master Milicine, is sold I
by Dickson's D rug Store. a n ning;
II. W. Nettles, .lordan: Shaw & Plow
len. New Zion; Farmers' Supply Co.,
Silver; I). C. 1Rhame. Sumnerton.
the eastern section of the count y. and r
bioth miei had hee'n looked upon by
their neighiaors as law-abiding cit i
zar u Martin was arrested and is now -
in the lherokee County jail, and will I
probably, he ried at the next term j
if the court in .luly.
A\lIF:NIAN AND SYRIAN B
IONO R ROLL. (ONTINI'El)
W. T. Les( sne. Manning - - - .S 0.0o0 I
Lese5 nt 's ('ha nell, Mannini, Rt. 1 5.00
('. N. tro/t, Manning . 100.00( .
.left' \F. Ibv . Summ oerton - 5.0 1
P. ('aldw'll. S n nerton . - . 5.00
.U. E. ''hompriison., lanning, R. 10.(0
NOTICE 01F IOST STOCK.
Ti< is to not ifv whom it may (
ere that ! will apply to The F.irst I
Ntt mna:l bank of Mnliias for the
issue ' a nvw e'e'rt tif'i't -ivering two
shares of -. o . f The Peoples Bank
f Manin-s' repiresented by certificate
n.nebIer .o, dated Octoin, r 2(nd, 1911,
the list moentioned certificate having
b-en le-t hy me,'.
A. P'. !ur'ges'.
1: '1 r ,~e S. (.
lay 25th. 191:. -27-6t-e.
Ti State of Sath ('aro:lin.
County of ('irendri.
I .1. M. \inhami, Probate .ludge:
W\,1 H R EA S, ('harlton E. Gamble
r -ide suit to me to grant him Letters
of Administration of the Estate and |
effeits of Sha(lrie Rush Mims.
iH'ESEh ARE, THEREFORE, to
eite arid adonish all and singulari
the 1Ki ndlred ani d ('red it ory ot the sa id
Sharie R ush M imis, deceased, thiat
hey b arid auppaar hi tore mie, in the
ort of P robarte, to be held at Mlann
inc on the 9th day (if Ju ne, next,
after publIic-ation hi:-reof, at 11 o'clock
ini th-- foreniorn, to show icause, if arny
they have, whiy the said Admtinistra
tion should not lie granrt< d.
GIV EN utndter my hanil this 21st
<hiy of' May, Anno Domini 1919.
J1. M. WIND)HAM,
2-8t- p. Jludge of Probate.
AIll prsor s hav ing ebainmn against
t he Eist ate of Ma~riah Ililton. d eceased,
will pnresent t hem duly at tested and all
pe5r5on owiJng aidl Es'tate will make
~ t( IFredl 1 esesnie,
~28 3p. Qualified Executor.
IDuRANT & ELLERIIE
Attorneys~ at Law W
MIANNING;, S. ('.
R. 0. Purdy. S. Oliver O'Blryan
P'IRDlY & O'HRYAN
At torne-y- and Counselors at Law.
MANNING;, S. C.
A itorney at Law
Office Three D~oors Helow P'ost Office
MANNING, S. C.
I)R. J. A. COLE,
M A NNING, S. C.
U~pitaira Over Weinberg's C;orner
3. W. WIDEMAN,
Attorney at L~aw
MANNING, S. C.
to every w
tion of per:
that cater 1
Come in ai
T HE NI
] UIERN is then wo
oman is the
to fashion anc
are all nev
inute in ever
ou will find
rgains in the
ad see them i
RRIS NESS, Manag
ime to get your i
crop against ha
t the very best ci
Ion't forget that i
and dress m
' detail of
i host of
it our in
nsrace o .
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