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The farms of the United St
half million men to the army.
not all come back.
According to a report issued
136,000 men will be needed by
harvesting the wheat crop.
The work of demobilization
large proportion of the farm 1
farms. They are not. In the
men left farms to join the colo
Many more have been freed
have stayed in New York cit
graver conditions due to uner
city in the union. Conditions in
but they are worse in New Y
Farm boys have decided to
ranks of the unemployed. If ti
expense of living in the city w
position financially at the end
had gone back to the farm.
New York-at all events if yot
which most farm boys are not
by the increased cost of living
But why should a farm boy i
in a city? He has more bosse
His employer is one, his forem
half-a-dozen union officers is a
his bosses. He never knows if
in wrong with his employer, or
On a farm he is closer to be
city employee, and if he takes
desirable condition to realizati
comes true in the city. Also, I
the blue sky and the pit that Un
Germany does not appear to
If Germany were in a posit
would probably fight the peace
If members of the Sixty-Sixi
the nation expects of them the
We are informed that yeast
will be one of the foods of the
trust that its price will not rist
Wages have to go up becat
then prices have to go up be<
more, and then wages-What
An endless chain?
Mexico is very short-sighted
recognize the rights of Amer
now she does not recognize th
Sam may have to furnish her
U. S. army and the U. S, navy,
* and Save
* We are offering th
* class, dependable, ear
* Taylor, Groit and I
g Eye Rams Horn. All
* serv aC pllace on every
Th~Ie old1 Car, Bugg
Porch Chairs, Farm IVI
bile Tops, etc. We ha
HiStain or Varnish for
Hiand1 can tell the inexpc
them. Ours is the 1i
Kg Paints ever-Purpose]
Purpose. For special
our paint man.
at The Mannin
lAY 28, 1919.
'HE CAY LIGHTS.
ates furnished two and a
Needless to say, they have
by the state of Nebraska,
that state alone to help in <
is very far advanced. A'
>oys should be back on the
state of New York 19,000,
rs, and 3,000 of them have <
from the army, but they f
y. And that city reports
rlployment than any other'
Cleveland are bad enough,
ork than anywhere.
be city boys, and join the
tey obtain employment, the
ill leave them in the same
of each month as if they
Wages may be higher in.
i are a member of a union, it
-but that fact is discounted
in the city.
vant to be a union member
s there than he can count.
an is another, and each of
nother. Even his pals are <
they are going to get him
with the union officials.
ing his own boss than any
up land he can bring that
on-a dream which rarely
1e is the one man between
cle Sam cannot do without.
consider the treaty a treat.
ion to fight anything she
h congress realize all that
y are probably shaking in
has nutritive qualities and
future. In that case we
as fast as the yeast itself
se prices are higher, and
!ause labor involved costs
are we getting anyhow?
First she was unable to
ican property-holders and
e Monroe doctrine. Uncle
with the sp~ectacle of the
e following high
ly maturing, bush U
Oxtr'a Early Black
of these Peas de
y, WVagon, Swing,
ye a special Paint,
every kind of joh
rienced how to use
icas line-the best
y madie for every M
information ask H
Grocery Co. i
'Iedical Virtues Retained'
ant and Salivating Quali
ties Removed-New Vari
ety Called "Calotabs"
Of all the medicines in the world,
octors prescribe calomel most often
nd depznd upon it most universally.
here must be a good and sufficient
eason-what is it?
If you will study the doctors' hooks
ou will find that the medical author
ties prescribe calomel for almost
very disease. The reason. is that
alomel is the greatest and only
hrough system-purifier. It makes
he liver active, drives out the poisons
rom the stomach, bowels and kidneys
nd thereby purifies the blood; Calo
nel puts the entire system in the
nost favorable condition for Nature
o exercise her recuperabive poker.
'hat is why he prescribes calomel so
The new kind of calomel, called
Calotabs," is refined and purified
rom all of the nauseating and dang
rous qualities of the old style calo
nel and is rapidly taking its place,
or it is mc,re effective than the old
tyle caleme. as a liver-cleanser and;
ystem-purifier. One Calotab at bed
iec, with a swallow of water-that's
1l. N,> salts, no nausea, nor the
lightest unpleasantness. Next morn-,
ng you awake feeling fine-with a
,arty appetite for breakfast. Eat
hat you please. No restrictions of
abit or diet.
Calotabs are sold only in original,
Baled packages, price thirty-five
eats. Recommended and guarAnteed
y druggists everywhere. Your mon-r
ack if you are not delighted.-(adv.)
OLLEGE PREPARATORY CLASS
Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook, Teacher
Manning, S. C.
For Boys and Girls
Fourteen units, English, French,
satin, algebra, geometry, history
nd science. Prepares for any college.
lusiness arithmetic, spelling and
vriting carefully taught.
Clemson, the Citadel, and the Uni
rersity of South Carolina offer fre
cholai'ships to be won by cempetitive
xaminations. Each scholarship sl
ows free tuition and $100 cash.
Vinthrop has no scholarsnip available
Special hour-class from 4 p. m. to
p. m. Hour to suit pupil.
.ccentric Aiken Character Loses
Aiken, May 23.-Charlie Green, who
ar years has been known as the "Her
lit of Hawthorne" because of his ec-;
entric and secluded mode of living,
ame in to Aiken yesterday to report
o Sheriff Howard that he had be"n
obbed of $1,250. Green, who lives
n a small outhouse, to which he had
hiixed a chimney, has always been
redited with possessing a large
mount of money. Neighbors state
hat he has been seen with a long
lack bag, filled with greenbacks,
vhich he carried about his waist, anl
hat it was his custom to go off ii
eluded spots to count his big roll.
Fe is a giant in size and bears the
enutation of being very powerful.
Vhen he talks his voice can be heard
or quite a dlistance.
lHe called on Sheriff Howard yester
aiy, to report his loss, stating that
SUMMING UP THE EVIENCE
'lany Manning People Have Been
Called As Witnesses.
Week after week has been published
he testimony of Manning people
idney sufferers--backache victims
cople who have endured many -forms
f kidney, bladder or urinary dlisor
Lers. These witnesses have used
)oaun' K idney Pills. All have given
heir enthusiastic applroval. It's the
aume every where. 50',000 A merican
nen and women are publicly recoin
fenli ing Doan's-always in the home
)aters. Isn't it a wondlerful, convine
ogt mass of proof? If you are a suf
-r'ur your veridlict must be "Try
Here's one more Manning case.
W'. N. Hill!, says: ''About two
'ear, ay>) f was troub)led withu my
uidneys. There w'ere pamils across the
ml of my hack and it felt as if
solmne were sticking a knife into
n. Myne'r25eswore all unstrong
md' ofte (t imnes I had dizzy spells.
ft as if I wan ted to sleep all the
ime. A f riemi recomm iendled Doan 's
Ki iney i'Is so I bought some at
liikson's Drug Store. Doan's Kidney
'ilh entirely cured me of the trou
>le and I hav/en't been bothered since."
Price Gi0e, at all dealers. Don't
liply ask for a kidney remedy-gcet
)oan's Kidnrey Pills--the same that
VIr. [[ill had. F'oster-M ilburn Co.,
Ug 'trs., HulTalo, N. Y.---(adv.)
All persons are wvarne~d not to hunt
r trespass on lands known as the
Ragin place, or to fish in Scott's
Estate J. J. Riagin,
I y H. A. Richbourg, Manager.
PIc.9urcd In 6 toE Days
i e n rndiog Ph
Instantly releves Itechinit Pilos, and you can det
reatini nanneJ after thn first nnnDeatlan. Pica dUo
. would like to
' it means to yc
any store ma
we can't possi
and if for at
goods we sell
faction on o
we give you
ours; we do
we believe y
Home of Hart Schaffi
We suggest for ai
This combination nc
perfect balance in
straight grass hay,
table and greatly re
- live stock. Get goo<
he always carried his money with hin
luring the dlay, b)ut at night would
hang it up on a certain peg by his
cot in his hut. One night recently
he said, he heard a noise outsideC thc
hut, and when he instinctively reach
ed for his money bag he found it gone
Sr ieone had sawed a hole througi
the side of the hut airectly oppositt
hi.- bag and, reaching mn through thi
ho e, had stolen his treasure. Tlhe
mnrey was mostly in twenty-dollai
bil s and1 was cash .he had receiver
fr<.m Pope & Fleming, eotton brokern
in A ugusrta, for six ;>ales; of cotton.
o clew has been found to the
thieves. Green is the owner of a fin<
p1- ntation near Roure's Bridge, whict
he purc'hased frome Brigham & Sor
some time ago. Last year someonm
attempted to assassinate the "Hlermit'
ha shooting h1im throuigh the windov
of his hut. Hie was only riightly i:i
i 'oed, hoever, by the would-be
J. K. BRE[DIN IN [RANC[
A pril 28, 1919
We've haid several bright dlays o
lat c but now the drlizzle and pene
trated dampness makes us think o:
th' sunshiney South, as somebodl:
ca led it. So)mehowV we get togethei
or r lhere. Just a few chairs away
frim me are a Georgia lieutenant, a
Pt Amsy!vania lieutenant and an Ala
be na ech-.cntor. Some play chess
ot' era olay c'ards; several are reading
an iI'm wr'itim'e.
I've juast comec from (t-im) Williams
where we hold our institutes. Per
ha >s you dlon't know about them. The
C2. in C2. (Gen. Pershing) decided t<
take over the educational staff and sa
abiut four hundred of us are in th<
In the A. E. C. (Army Educationa
Conminnion) in anspeci1l icnnrtmen
satisfaction guaranteed" a go
have you know what we n
Faction in clothes means to us
u; you decide it.
andise made by human hand;
y have defects; none of us z
bly guarantee merchandise ex
Haffner & Mar:
LLL-WOOL and f
t we guarantee is that the clot1
ty reason they don't-we'll m.
y we have to be. pretty car(
,or we couldn't keep on guar
ur goods. If anything doesn
money' back as much for yo
n't care to keep any money
stion guaranteed" is simply va
)u'll like the spirit at this stc
D. J. Chai
W. A. BRYAN, Manager.
raer & Marx Clothes.
i abundant hay crop,
gathered and cured
.urn and Peas !
it only makes a mo-e
food elements than
but it is very pla
lished by all kinds of
I Sorghum, seed at
rocery Co. m
of citizenship. This department sup
plies professors for the great army
university at Beaiune and conducts lec
ture institutes of two days each in the
various camps, the men in groups of
ab~out 250 being dletailedi for twvo days
to attend. We have sessi-ons morning
and afternoon, sometimes also at
night. Various questions; of interest
are (i iscussed. Each team nlumb~ers
seven and consists of an executive of
ficer, who makes the arrangements,
a floor leader, who is himself a lee
tuirer and is in charge of the exercises,
responsible for the program, etc. We
have had a major as executive officer,
I am flooir leader, and a major of the
Medical Corps is with us, also. The
subjects prer~entsid are Foreign rela
tons,.industrial problems, preventive
m'ed icine, Comparative government,
etc. Our team hopes to be ordered
to Germany soon.
Dr-. K. U. Finley, rector of Trinity
Church, Columbia, is stationedl near
.* Chicken Lic
* When your chick
-* with mites and lice
Mthing and do it the
- Nothing puts poul1
* faster than vermin.
* your pocket by sett
* broper treatment of
* have the remedlies e
* to use them.
od deal. We
lean by that
and sold at I
es will satisfy,
ful about the
't satisfy you,
ir sake as for
we don't give
SUMTER, S. C. E
here in religious service: Everybody
admires Dr. Finley for his genuine
Californians are .the biggest boost
ers in the world. I wldh the South
had a few hundred dollars invested
in advertising over here. Films, slides,
etc., are best. I would not exchange
South Carolina for California and the
South offers more opportunities to
young men tahn the West does.
If our farmers used manure as
these French do they would multiply
their piels. These folks have little
but they make the most of it. If all
our farmers were as thrifty as the
French they would be as successful
as my friend Van DuBose, who comes
to the top with his tobacco becaus2
he's on the job.
Is-sur-Tille, A pril 29, 1919.
It snowedl off and on this morning
and the cold last night was penetrat
ing. I am quartered in a "Red Crosi
lHotel for Casual Omeiers" and the
bairrack in which I sleep is without
heat, a shack that is plain and sim'
pie. . There is a little bath house 3
fe yards away. The meals are
servedI in the "house," a brick strue
ture, and are very goodl.
The weather here is not that of old
Clarendion, and the soldiers never tire
of comp~aring "the States" with
France, much to the disfavor of the
latter. Trhe wa 'has Americaniz~a
the'se boys to the most American e:.
I am in the ottice of the Camp Edu
cational Secretary-a shack, of course
--as I write this note. Everywhere
are the soldi<-rs, for this is one of the
greait adlvance S. O ;S. depots, as
Lieute nant(X Crtois will explain conl
temptuously, he being of the heavy
combnlat forces, as I recall.
The "M. P.'.s" stand guardl at all
eor-nors, a remarkably effcient branch
of the service, but one deteated by
you.tng offcers and men~ alike. An M.
P. is so strictly dutiful that he will
hotl up an offeer without hesitation
-and everybody shies a roch at thema.
I wonder that citifs do not employ
them as traffe men.
A negro minstrel is practicing next
e and Mites! I
ens become infested
its time to (10 some-. U
roughly and quick.
;ry out of business
Let us put money in U
ing you right in the
your' chickens. We u g
md can tell you howg
Grocery Co. -*i