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IT'S NOT YOUR I
Kidney rdiseatts In no respecter of per- Ell
e0s. A majority ot the ills alliletitg u
people today can be traced back to i
kidney trouble. h;
Tho kidneys <re the mnost important m
-organs of tho body. They are the
illterers, the purillers, o' your blood.
Kidney disease is uitially indicated by u
wea'lenss, Sleeple sste 4 , tiervoutiies.
despondency, bacalcei, stotach troe
1e. Haile In loltts aed lower abdlomten,..
ail toies. gravel, ihvtutnatisma, a ia c
All these derangements are nature's
need help. You should so GOL i
MEDAL ilaarlen Oil Capsules imme- fl
O1919 A. B. S., finea
ALL YOU C
And Will Pay These Ex
GE T A SHIPMEN
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Black 15.00 to 12.00 12.001to 9.00 f
H eavy Furred 10.00 to 8.50 8.00 to 7.00 f
Ordinary 8.00 to 7.00 6.50 to 5.50 1
F I I
Finse, Dxrml i rcark 15.00 oon.0 10 t 9.00 wel
Uquale Cor 11.00t toime9.0 8o.5 o7.0 4 6sa
W inter S.0 to . 3. 2OUR 2
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eave Fn urte100 nrkteor .50 d pric ito o0
Ori Ar 18.0ipmen0t.5 to O
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Theyou e nteey gt, rceis s~de t h e
Ifue yo uotant ttno et aou otP
reibe Gtdacrt odle Por rice fior
no sellp n-eur sa th
litlemoey utn Aee . SDe
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March 15th. See un3
eCIIn save YOlI mnt
ntely. The sod hing, healing oil atttt
lat.ea the" kidnety:t, relieves inflainnut
ons anti dt"atst ys tho gortus which
Ltve caused it. 130 not. wit until to
orrow. Go to your druggist todaiy atd
shst on U0L1L MEDAL Ilari'ni till
anstles. In twentty-fotur hours you
Could feel health and vigor returning
id will bless tho day you first heard
t Guffi) 'MEIAI. ilarlet 01l.
After you feel that you have cured
ourself, continue to take one or two
ipsuies each day, so as to keep in
rst-c1ass condition and ward off the
ingor of other attacks.
Ask for the original imported GOLD
El)AI. brand. Threo size. Money re
rn fte o nto he y
:trenel'y High Prices
IMEDIJI NCI SMALL N? 2
T, .r.: " IR 0 t'!IAG! AS ? ZC A 1AL
1.00 to 7.00 6.50 to 5.50 6.50 to 4.00
.50 to 5.50 4.50 to 4.00 4.50 to 3.00
L75 to 3.75 3.50 to 3.00 3.50 to 2.50
.50 to 7.00 6.00 to 5.25 6.00 to 4.00
.50 to 5.25 5.00 to 4.00 5.00 to 3.00
.00 to 4.00 3.50 to 3.00 3.50 to 2.50
.50 to 2.10 1.85 to 1.60 1.75 to 1.25
.0 to 1.60 1.50 to 1.25 1.50 to 1.00
nown "SIiU3ER. T liberal grading and are
I otherwie iIthrttW ins at highcst unurket
write for "ZThe 2Ziittrt 'ipper." the only
ts to lind published. ,.' I/(/ ii rite for i.
, E R TINC.
?LL) XAL/NG EXCLUSI/VELY IN
and Fur Co.
y want y\ourI hides fol'
fr0o1i nOW to
betfore :/,o illy.
By ELEDA LEDMAN
(Copyright. 1919, McClure Newspaper Syr
glanced up from he
paper. "That's prett,
0 good advice," she muri
nured as she read th
words once agahm
""1'he custom of foi
getting o n e s e lf ani
making merry with oth
ers and for others is 1
wi-se and wholestom
one.'" "I helieve I'1
stroll along t he street
to see if I ann't had soIuOone eqlil];
Saiting the neton to the words, M[isj
Holliester donned her coat and left t<i
house, cnling to the maid, "Probabl:
I'll bring home some guests for din
Looking along tile street for some
one to share her loneliness she spiel
a young girl wnkiig listlessly along
apparently without sany destinalion. it:
if she had missed altogether the joy
ous nieaning of the holiday.
"]ierry ('bristmas,'' she slid puttin
her hawl forward. The girl paused i
second. iindi then repetted, "Mlerr"
('hriistnuts." adding, "It ri y he ctue'r
for you hut not for ine."
"Why .re y.ou so lonely on such i
glorious (toy?" said Altss Hlollister
"the air just seenis to tingle will
"It seems strange to tell one':
troubles to a stranger, but I left
home becnuse I thought. I coul sing
animd I iIve been unsii essful in m.,
attemipt, nid I nin too proud to leg
the folks know. When I tlilnk of ti
tree at home-the turkey diiner, an
only myself iiiissiig. I just ('ln't heis
It." Iler big blue eyes tilled witl
"('hoer up. girlIte! No one ean en
joy it ('brist ins daly alone. You ent
only lave ai merry Christmas if other;
ahire it .it h you. Let's celehite to
gether. I have a dinner already pre
pared, but no guests.
"Let's find 0one or two others e(lunl
ly lonely, and maybe we enn nll go
together and have a good time. Mily
he we have something in common. 1
left home years ago because I though1
I coul write something worth while
But the only real human interest I,
not in books and magazines, but at
" t iuestioned the girl, "can you
go up to sI'll gers just like that ?" WitI
a wave of the hanl.
"icrlly. One must he moved h
the Christmas spirit. Look at thal
man over ithere, stirring aatthat dol
in the window."
The 1c1 nn tirnedl at the suind (1
her Volee anmid asked: "liitrdont me, d(
you know any little girl who wiouh
j1u1. love to have i4 dloll? ''14:re muns
he huntiriti s of little girls just cclin
for one. 'That doll Is the coutnterpar'
of at pI ttw' illy partner has on his of
face desk--dark curls, blue eyes am)
all. TIlit pic'ture has been it mus1 el
to mer, aind I woui love to hluy th1
(loll. Itit I missed my13 irain, and
am1) not equatinictedl ini the4 ('11y. TPall
abltouit ia baichelor' beIig lontely a
cit lone1414 --icever, neiveri a4gacin foir me)0
Mliss IT illister's face. henmied4'4 w~Il
1i':15,ur'e. '"Ylou ar'e jIust 1th 'l'erson wV.
*of 'tits-hieen' lonelles. Y'ou jucsi c'oi
al1Itg to miy 14hie'r, it's onily~ nromulii~ ti
c'orner'i, :il stharie my13 ('hristmai~s dlin
ner4. ('histon 115Is really' the chtibtiren)'
day, so let's just piret endt we are' (hil
"D YoNnwAyLtl Girl Wh
Would Just Like to Have a Doll?"
'Ir4'n aigainl 14ol4 414n't need4 any5 intr<
"1114 414414 jis '('le'con, mi~ 41'. n y
1111 he toi\rs. Sacnta ('Itis''
"N. I' not ;1) 1'ii .\iss I lolltster', an1
Isu is Milss-"'
"Why, my .tlrtner'i's name114 in Alker
hid I was on (my w13 a'y to join hima
'Ire en olighi !'
hi he is imy ~brothter.''
"Well,4t I delaretf!t 'Then surely
lilust buy~ th11t doll1 for your sisatei
D oe'sn't it took like huer?"
"I hV' enI't anfy littlo sister. The
must have beenV miti iy pIICture when I Wa
a li tl girl."
want the genuit
Charlotte, N. C. I
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE
I will apply to the Judge of I
hate for Clarendon county, on the
day of January, 1920, at 11 o'cl
A. M. for ILetters of Discharge as
ministrator of the Estate of R.
Sunnmerton. S. C., Dec. 3rd. 1911
No trespassing or hunting ailo'
on the following tracts of hin-l: A
la farm, Spigner farm, Montgomi
Daniels and DuRant lands, Levi
Spigner lands, Tindal place, I
Bros. ani Epps lanis, Webb pl;
Appelt and Plowden place and E.
Plowden place. All in Fork
J. M. GRAhTA M,
I6t.-c. Agent fi
D. W. Al dermsan & Sons
Not ice is hereby given that'
Books for collection of City Taixes
he opened on Monday the 24th das'
Novemher 1919, and remain open
a period of thirty (days.
Tlhe levy is as fotows: Ordir
Tax 8 Mills; Water and Sewver
Rondls 2% Mills; Street Paving Tk
By order of Council.
E. B. Brown,
Colds Cause OrIp and Influenza
LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE Tableta remo"
cause, Thero is only ono "Dromio QuL
E. W. GROVE'S signature en box. 80c.
Red Cedar Shingls,
P ine and Cypress Shingles
-Metal anfd Comipositioni Shsi
-IDoors, Sash and Blinds,
I'orchs Columns and Hallal.
Valley Tin and Ridge Rdil,
9 t: ,,, "VTU Zt
.RS who know the value of
tilizer, we announce that ,
>ply' of fish scrap to meet a
ie, original Fish Scrap Ferti
ish Scrap Fain
OYSTER GUANO C
Richmond, Va. Lynchburg, V
Washington, N. C. Columbia, S
Macon, Ga. Columbus, Ga.
Baltimore, Md. Toledo, Ol
'ro- Pursuant to an order of J. M. Wind
5th ham, Judge of Probate, I will sell t,
ock the highest bidder, for cash, at the
d- residence of the late William Pierson
Lee deceased on Friday the 19th (lay o
pd. I)ecember 1919; at 11 o'clock A. M
the. following personalty: One cow
. one mule, aibout 40 bushels corn, on,
). lot hay and fodder, one bushel peas
-.ne lot of seed cotton, one bushe
rough rice, lot of household and kitch
en furniture, one old buggy, small lo
of farm implements.
ved Emma Pierson,
leo- ---pd. Administratrix
ry, Davis Station, S. C., Nov. 28, 1919.
of ^" ;ersons having claim:. or de
.ands against the estate of C. Is
Huffal, dleceasedl, will present them t
r the undersigned dlul yattestedl, and al
Co ersons indlebted to the said estat
will make payment to the undlersign
C. B. Huff,
Administrator of C. P. Huff, de
xensed, Sumter, S. C.
Dil lated Nov. 26, 1919. 4t-<
for STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
ary David Levi, as Surviving Executor o
age and Trustee undler the Last Will ani
ndls Teystam~ient of Moses Levi, dleceased
Ida Brock , in her own righat and a
... Executrix of the Will of A. A. inm
dal , (deceased, and Charl ton Du
Rant, as Executor of the Will o
the A. A. Tindal deceased, Jfohn Tinda
,O." Erne.stine( T1indlal, H enriy Tlindal an
Terra Cotta Thimrbles
nugles, Mortar Colors and Stains,
Water Proofing Mineral,
ters, Corrugated Metal Roofing,
Asbetos and Composition Roof
0LS0<d (lOOM (INV N40U1 'OMkNId
terything for the F
TH & McLEO)
Sumter, S. C.
fish and want it in
ve have laid in an
11 demands. If you
izer, insist on
a. Tarboio, N. C.
, C. Spartanburg, S. C.
Under and by virtue of a judgment
Order of the Court of Common Pleas,
- in the above stated action to me
directed hearing (late of October, 27th
1917, will sell at pilic auction, to
,(the highest bidder for cash at Clair
said County, within the legal hours for
judicial sales on Monday the 5th day
of January, 1920, being salesday, the
, following real estate:
All that piece, parcel or tract of
- I land, lying, being and situate partly
in the Town of Manning, in the Coun
ty of Clarendon, in the State afore
said, containmng seventeen and seven
tenths (17 7-10 acres,) as per plat of
E. J. Browne, Surveyor, dated October
1901, and forming a part of the title,
and hounded and butting as follows,
to wit: North by lands of Estate of
It. A. Walker and lot of B. A. or Mrs.
S. Johnson, East by lands of
Joe Spre: and June Walker, South
Iby lands of iL2:Yworth D. Ploivden
anid West by Church Street.
Purchaaser to pay for ppers.
E. H. Gamble, Sh ?)riff,
A meeting of Stockholders of the
corporation, Manning Really & Insur
r anc Company, will he held at the of
I fice of S. WV. Hlarron, at 12 o'clock on
,the 81let day of Dccembefr, 1919, for
the lprose of adopl)1tinig a resolution
that the said c!orporation g'> into
a liquidation and wind up its affairs as
- prIovidled for in Section 2812 and 2813
- of Voluom 1. of the Code of Laws of
iI S. W. BARRON,
60-4t.- Board of Directors,
Paints and Oils,__
Calsomnines and Cold Water