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Camels are sold every
where in scientifically sealed
packages of 20 cigarettes or
ten packages (200cigarettes)
in a glassine-paper-covered
carton. We strongly recon
mend this carton for the
home or office supply or
when you travel.
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
Winston-Salem, N. C.
RESCUED AF[TR SIX
DAYS IN OPEN BOA
Eleven More of Steamer Hayronte
Crew Picked up
Tampa, Sept. 21.-After drifting si
days in an open boat, Chief Officer it
B. Moddie and ten other survivors c
the I1,00.0-ton steamship Bayronti
sunk September 11 off the Tortuga
Fiery Itchin and
Skin Is a 1
Sure Speedy Relief in S. S. S
Why suffer from these persistent
tortures when it is so easy an
costs so little to do as thousand
of others have done and get relics
through S. S. S.? It is now wet
known that eczema comes iron
the blood. .By giving the blood .
thorough cleansing you not only
get sure and spe dy relief but yoa
also build ur the 'ystemi and re
flew yoar vigcor anad v'it ality.
This gooA. ,:.dicine has stoo<
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CAMELS are in a class b3
most refreshing the mc
ever smoked. You can prove
Camels puff-by-puff with any
any price ! Put quality, flay
faction to the utmost test !
Made to meet your taste, Camel;
liberally you smoke them ! The e:
and choice Domestic tobaccos me
bodied, yet so fascinatingly smoot
time you light one you get new an<
Freedom from any unpleasant
unpleasant cigaretty odor makes C.
In fact, Camels t&ppeal to the n
many new ways you never will r
premiums or gifts. You'll prefer
were brought into Tampa by the local
fishing smack Ida, which picked them
up eighty miles southwest of Edmont
Key. Another lifeboat with twenty
four men from the Bayronto has not
s been heard from. 1ifteen men includ
ing Capt. T. Everett and most of the
officers were left on the ship because
x the other lifeboats were smashed, but
it is reported that they were taken
f off by the schooner Fannie and Fay.
, Tampa to Havana. The eleven men
b, hrought to Tampa are Chief Officer
Most Cruel Torture
the test of 50 years as one of the
greatest hlood cleansers known. It
is guaranteed entirely free from
minerals of any kind.
The experience .of other.s has
established the unfailing merits of
S. S. S., and there's no qucstion
about the wisdom of your giving it
a thorough trial. All reputable
druggists sell it. If in doubt as to
your case write to Medical Ad
visor, Swift Specilic Co., Dept. 54,
I Atlanta, Ga,
1ie Sanitary and up
ing your Family's
:>sltion to give you
ower, Water Sup-'
sposal, at no cost
rested, and you should
and our Representative
a package ,
st likable cigarette you
that ! Simply compare
cigarette in the world at
or and'cigarette satis
never tire it, no matter how
cpert blend of choice Turkish
!s Camels delightful-so full
h. and mellow-mild. Every,
I keener enjoyment !
cigaretty after taste or any
imels as unusual as they are
lost fastidious smo!:er in so
iss the absence of coupons,
Moddie, V. Cole; wireless operator.; W.
Saunders, carpenter; E. Abbott, lamp
trimmer; Boatswain Bridle and Fire
man T. Brett, A. Sheering, Edmunds,
Dunovan Griffin and W. Denley.
The Bayronto foundered in heavy
seas without running aground. When
the ship listed sixty degrees the re
maining two boats were launched.
Moodie and his ten men had five gal
lons of water and 100 biscuits. Two
days later, running short of water,
they spread their ,ojle.d . coats and
caught half a bucket of rain water.
Tuesday they caught a few fish and
ate them raw. At 3 a. in. September
12, they sighted a big two-masted
steamer and sent up distress rockets,
but Molie says the ship paid no at
tention except to turn and run off in
th< opposite direction.
The men were almost naked. They
poored salt water over their bodies to
cool them and the sun blistered skin.
Many of them have boils and abscess
es5 formed~ by the exposure. Peter Tay
lor, English v'ice consuil, is looking
:fter their welfare.
Tihe II ,000 ton st-eamship Bayronto,
vith 7,000( toins of wheat, wats boundl~
from alvestoin to Mayrseilles via Nor
forlk. It is owried by the Bay Steam
ship Company, London. It was tor
pedoed in July, 1091t and had been
Inaid up for repairs until it sailed from
Southampton last month on this trip.
Chief Officer Moodlie states that he
was oin the steamship Baynassa in
.July, 1917, which sank a U-boat then,
andl he wvas afterwvards dlecoratedl by
K irg George with the D). S. C., the
capltaini getting the D). 5. 0. Moodie
al so has the victory medlal, the mer
(hanlt service medlal, the 1914 medlal
andI on his sleeve three goldl torpedoes
and live yearl'y service chevrons.
A . 11. Moodie is from Dundee, Scot
Ia ndl; Victor Cole fronm L ondon and
the others al from South IHampton.
F~ronm Another Ship.
One survivor (of the wvrecked steani
-hip Lake Winona, a Pirto' Ricani no
it re, was brought in wvith the Bay
roanto sailors. It is rep~ortedl that f
t ee n of the W inona lyd(N're a floa t in)
an onen boat, when a wave washedi
away -tl hult the negro and an (Ialian.
'The lat ter (lied later and the negri
thr~ w t he body overboard. Thle soi.
sur\ h'or afterward sighted thle hay
r'onto, l-'at, which divided theiri meni in
the tw o boats, which were pickedl up
at few in utes later by the fishing
Crew Safe Aboard.
The Gulf Refining tug Senator
Bailey went to the relief of the Lake
Winona last Tfuesday, finding it
agroundl about 100J miles southeast of
NOTiICE OF D)ISCH A RG E
1, will apply to the ,Judg'e oIf Pro
bate for Clarendon County on the 13th
day of October 1919 at 11 o'clock a.
m. for Letters of Discharge as Adlmn
istrator of the estate of Samuel E.
Oscar P. Johnson,
New Zion, S. C. Sept. 11, 1919.
peep Your Liver Active, Your
System Purified and Free From
Colds by Taking Qalptabs,
the Nausealess Calomel
Tablets, that are De
lightful, Safe and
Physicians and Druggists are advis
ing tlreir friends to keep their systems
purified, and their organs in , perfedt
working order. as a protection against
the retUrn of influen.a. They know
that a clogged up system and a lazy
liver favor colds, influenza and serious
- To cut short a cold overnight and to
preveit seriotis complications take one
Calotab at bedtime with a, swallow of
water-that's all. No salts, no nausea,
po griping, no sickening after effects.
Next morning your cold has vanished,
yon liver is active, your system is pun
lied and refreshed and you are feeling
fine with a hcr: .y appetite for break
fast.. Eat what you please-no danger.
Calotabs are :old only in original
sealed packages, price thirty-flye cents.
Every druggist is nuthorized'to refund
your money if you are not perfectly
delighted with Calotabs.-(Adv.)
Tortugas. The tug found that it
could not be floated until lightened,
so left it. So far as known here, the
crew were on board in safety after the
Forty-eight men composed the full
complement of the Bayronto. At the
same time the local fishing smack Ida
picked up the eleven men from the
Bayronto, another lifeboat was sighted
several miles away. Two men rowed
over and found Andre Cubello, a
twenty-two-year-old Porto Rican ne
gro, a survivor of. the steaner Lake
Winona, hanging half dead across the
thwarts in a boat full of water. He
was revived and brought into Tampa.
He says he and an Italian fell off the
dock of the Winona with a lifeboat,
with which they were swept away
f-om the ship, leaving fifty-two others
,n board. These. to men Cubello says,
drifted together for ten days, living
on crabs and small fish, raw, and
moistening their parched lips with
Slashed. His Throat.
On the tenth (lay the Italian after
urging the negro to kill himself, com
mitted suicide by slashing his throat
with his.knife. He was engaged to be
married, had bought furniture for his
house, and his sweetheart was wait
ing for him at Porto Rico, says Cu
bello. The negro threw the body
overboard, and continued drifting six
(lays more until picked up. It seems
likely that in his suffering he lost
track of time, as acording to reports,
it has not been sixteen (lays since the,
Winona was wrecked. His body is
coverel with raw sores aggravated by
salt water and sun.
What became of the remaining fifty 1
two men on the Winona, Cubello does
STATE OP SOUTH CAkOLINA,
Sar ah .Jane Hlodge, Plaintiff..
William M. Hodge, John C. ,Hedge,
IHattie Evans, Mamie Evans, Susan
IEmma Morris, Blossie Hedge, T.
IParker Browvn, surviving Executor:
ofi. T. H Iodge, (deceasedl, Bennie J.
Baggett, Arichie Morris, Tallie Mor
ris, J1. D). Corbett, Bennie J1. Hoedge,
W. A. Hodge, R. L,. Hedge, .J. HT.
Hodge, M. C. HodIge, Alma Hedge, a
D. WV. Hedge, 1(da Hedge, Ulysees
Hedge, and Archie H-o dge, Defen
Under and by virture of a judg
ment Order of the Court of Common
P'leas, in the above stated action, t
me directed, bearing (late of Septem
her, 10th, 1919, -I'will sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder for
i And all other 11
is used a hundred times
minder of the giver.
I 'eful, dur
ai eptable and :
W . have an as:
watches, ?to m
The wrist watch will
We invite y
IMW 0 THIN of
ash, at Clarendon Court House, al
Manning, in said County, within th<
egal hours for judicial sales, on Mon.
lay the 6th, day of October, 1919, be.
ng salesday, the following real estate:
All that certain piece, parcel oi
ract of land situate in the County 01
Clarendon, State of South Carolina
.ontaining forty (40) acres, more o1
ess, and bounded as follows. to wit
3n the North and West by lands o:
J. D. Pack; on the East by lands o:
Ben D. Griffin and on the South b,
lands of J. M. Boswei, or the publii
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. GAMBLE,
Sheriff, Clarendon County
SECRETARY BAKER INVITED
Greenville, Sipt. 21.-Secretary o
War Baker was today extended an in
vitation to deliver an address at th
'eunion of the Thirtieth (Old Hickory
Division to be held here Septernbei
29 to 30. A telegram conveying the
invitation was sent by Col. Holmes B
Springs, chairman of the executive
Habitual Constipation Cured
- in 14 to 21 Days
'LAX-FOS WI'H PEPSIN" is a specially
)repared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitua
monstipation. It relieves promptly but
hould be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
o induce regular action. It Stimulates and
tegulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
If you have farms or city pr~op<
subdivide and sell your propert
profitably for you.
Farm Lands Our Specia
Ninriy--San TJieusand/ Six .Iund,
Land amounting to ovecr FIVE
1918. WMritc for bc
~WIS )~ mation about our s
Vaterial Needed ii
Su~mter, S. C.
a day;. it is a constant re
able, always most
in perfect taste.
;ortment of these
eet any demand,
solve many a gift problem
committee of the Old Hickory Asso
ciation in behalf of the association the
city of Greenville and the State of
If your dealer can't.
c selects, write us.
,,, / Ask for freo
Cerolina Portland Cement.Co.
Charleston, S. C.
1 ilirminuham New Orl-ans
W. P. LEGO, Dealer
Manning, S. C.
rty for sale, write us. We willl
y' AT AUCTION quickly and
ed an~d Eigh/ty-R~ight acres of Farm
MILLION DOLLARS sold in
okiet of cndorsemecnts and infor
AST REALTY COMPANY
FNAT JUSTIFIES YOUR CONFiDENCE"
3BURG, VA. and GREENVILL.E, N. C.
Sn Petersburg, Va. or Greenville, N. C.