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For a Tiny Girl
A bonnet, scarf and muff of satin,
trimmed with imitation ermine fur,
is enough to make the eyes and heart
of any little girl dance at Christmas
time. Here is a set that loving moth
ers or aunties who know how to sew
can make without much trouble. Beds
for muffs are sold at the department
stores. The scarf fastens with a snap
fastener at the throat, and the muff
is suspended on a silk cord.
Lovely Kerchief Case
Nothing could be lovelier or more
exquisite t' a this handkerchief case
made of handsome ribbons. It is fit
for a queen and proud will the lady
I he who counts its like among her
Christmas gifts. A beautiful brocaded
ribbon makes the case which is lined
with a soft, plain satin. There is a
frill of fine val lace about the edge
and a very beautiful double quilling of
ribbon in two shades is placed above
tho luce. Iosettes at the corners and
a ribbon rose at the center add other
glories to this, bit of mar nificence.
Silk Toilet Bag
Never was anything firer for a
Christmas gift than the bag filled with
toilet requisites, shown above. It is
madle of dark silk, having a flgure
printedl on It, and1( lined with plain
satin. Th e bag closes by means of a
11silk cordl that runs through a casing
and~ emerges, through- slashes, in ioops
*at the opposite skdes. In the center
of the bag a smaller b~ag incloses a box
I: .f face powdier, and set about this are
pockets containing all needed articles
for the fullet. Be'sides, there is a
moneyj or jewel hag to hie suspen~ded
about the neck whenca the owner of the
toilet bag goes traveling.
Gifts for the Baby
Narrowribbons and m whitecl
Aod ig hepahin.ay rtty
Nmarro riune an lmll bow.t cAn
gitesieuo for baby has eseni the
hoicure oe. daywerainte bell ofan
ribbon ynnahrch safbtnspiromsimulate
Bostaops andatings encorateathe
cuhion tat re botommand froma
smal evrng under of lifttle bon. A
bohe anson for bocaby a commo
pi hat of thrus (lyinten on t ndm
beso h clock---t an Indcate the u
webatyi to btom maed. Belacehi
pretty gift is a strand of very gayly
colol'ed beads and at the right a band
crocheted of silk floss, egdged and
Strimmed'*with ribbon, to be used on
Sthe ~rriage to hold the *aby safely
getting it by ii
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OYSTE Q'mF F
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1917,
Clarendon County, the 1'
David Levi, as Surviving Executor of endor
and Trustee under the Last Will and said (
Testament of Moses Levi, deceased, judici
Plaintiff, of Ja
1'a Brock, in her own right and as
Executrix of the Will of A. A. Tin
dal, deceased, and Charlton Du- N
Rant, as Executor of the Will of
A. A. Tindal deceased, .John Tindal, health
Ernestine Tindal, Henry Tindal and rule, ti
Edward Tindal, Defendants. GROV
Under and by virtue of a judgment for two
Order of the Court of Common Pleas, (movr
in the above stated action to me throwc
directed bearing date of October, 27th In perfi
the ideal "Your
just as many frie
4there can beC n
Smfartnless of goo<
acts the part of a
model is limited
position to meet
if you place you
[TO THE NA
want fish in their fer
lsisting on Royster's, t:
ave been successful in
d will be able to fully :
his popular ammoniate
'ish Scrap j
S. ROYSTER C
Va, Richmond, Va. L'yncl
>tte, N. C. Washington, I
urg, S. C Atlanta, Ga. Me
itgomery, Ala. Baltimore,
I will sell at public auctioi
ighest bidder for cash at (
Court House, at Manninj
ounty, within the legal hour:
al sales on Monday the 5th
nuary, 1920, being salesday,
ring real estate:
o Worms in a Healthy Child
hildren troubled with worms have a
r color, which indicates poor blood, an<
ere is more or less stomach disturb
S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regi
or three weeks will enrich the blood
ho digestion, and act as a General Stre
onic to the whole system. Nature will
if or dispel the worms. and the Child k
c' '"^alth. Pleas'nt to take. 0c per b
g Man's" L C bt it
nds among the older foi
> question aibout that
taste and refmnement.
that the production
Our Dealer will be
your requirements in r
r order now.
MOTOR CAR COMPAN
~a Machinery (
Sumter. S. C.
tilizer can be sure of
ie original Fish Fer
securing ample sup
neet the demands of o
Ask for Royster's
UANO CO. -
iburg,Va. Tarboro, N.C.
I. C. Columbia, S. C. .
Ccon, Ga. Columbus, Ga.
Md. Toledo. Ohio /
, to All that piece, parcel or tract of
lar- land, lying, being and situate partly
in in the Town of Manning, in the Coun
for ty of Clarendon, in the State afore
day said. containing seventeen and seven
the tenths (17 7-10 acres,) as per plat of
E. J. Browne, Surveyor, dated October
1901, and forming a part of the title,
- and bounded and butting as follows,
to wit: North by lands of Estate of
B. B. A. Walker and lot of B. A. or Mrs.
asa Kimmie S. Johnson, East by lands of
ance. Joe Sprott and .June Walker, South
larly by lands of Hlaynsworth D. Plowden
im- and West by Church Street.
nthi Purchaser to pay for papers.
W1 b E. B. Gamble, Sheriff,
Dttle Clarendon County.
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