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Prize Winners Everywhere!
These hogs took many ribbons and cash prizes, both
at the Columbia Fair and the Atlanta Fair. Hog-raising
is now a science and it is the one way to fight the boll
weevil. Hogs cost less to raise in proportion than any
other live stock and the returns are much quicker.
We will have several Bred Sows that will
farrow in December. We will exchange these
Sows for Middling Cotton, allowing 30c. per
pound for this cotton.
This is the Clarendon County farmers' opportunity
to get some of these fine animals without putting out a
dollar cash money,
The Bradham Farm Hogs are recognized by hog
experts everywhere as one of the very best breeds in the
South, and everyone in'--rested in hogs is invited to in
spect this modern farm.
DUROC FAR M,
Manning, S. C.
. LIVER TROUBLEJ
Black-Draught Is The Best Med&.
/cine This Lady Ever Used. Says
It Is Only Medicine She
Gives Her Children.
Cherry Village, Ark;.--In telling of
her experience with Thedford's Black.
Draught, Mrs. Lottie Eills, R. F. D. No.
1, this place, said: "I used Black
Draught as a laxative, also for head
ache, torpid liver and indigestion. It
is the best liver iedicine I have ever
used and is the only medicine I give
9 feel like it has saved me a lot fin
doctors' bills, for when the children
complain of feeling bad or have a cold,
I Just give them a good dose of Black
Draught and they soon get all right.
It certainly cleans the liver and clears,
up the skin and they 'are soon out,
well again. I wouldn't be without it
Seventy years of successful use has
made Thedford's Black-Draught a
standard, household remedy. Every
member, of every family, needs, at
times, the benefit that Black-Draught
given In helping to cleanse the system
.and to prevent or relieve the troubles
that come from constipation, indiges.
tion, and a lazy liver.
To keep well, your stomach, liver
and bowels must be in goa4 working
order. To help keep them that way,,
take occasional doses of ThedforlJ'
Bla&-Draught. Thousands bf homes
are never without it.
For sale by all druggists.
The genuine has the name,
Thedford's, on the .abel. Insit on get
ting what you ask for. g #4
WOMEN VOTERS TO
KEEP UP LEAGUE
Dear Women Citizens:
Now that the excitement and strain
of the campaign and election are
over we wish to* resume the work of
the League. If you have not regis
tered do so at the first opportunity.
The registration books will be open
the first Monday in December. I know
that women everywhere are eager to
de definite constructive work in their
own State and connuunity. We have,
therefore, been making plans to pre
pare all of you for the legislative
work to be done during the next Con
gress and the next session of our
own South Carolina Legislature in
The South Carolina Development
Board has asked our co-operation in
enlisting the help of the women in
the present cotton situation. The
women are always grate moulders of
public sentiment and by wearing cot
ton or lSle stockings, urging the men
to wear cotton socks and demanding
a South Carolina made product a de
mand for South Carolina cotton will
be er'ated. Also think and talk op
timism. What if cotton is low, our
people are iin a better condition finan
cially than they have been for years
and there is no res~ion fce discourage
I do not have the oppoitunity of
meeting each member personally, nor *
can I wvrite you frequently, but I wvish
you to knowv that I applreciate the in..
terest and effort of each individual
member and that without you the g
State officers can (do nothing.
Trusting that you wvill co-operate
wvith your local offleprs, not only for
the betterment of condlitions affecting
women and children, but also for good
roads5 and the carrying out of any
plans that wvill help in the present
TlOWS VESSEL, TO PORT
New York, Nov. 14.-The . Ameri
can steamer Cranford, wvhich report- r
edl yesterday that she was drnifting .
becauise her boilers were out of comn
mission, was picked up early todlay
hy the coast guard cutter GIresham
abhout 20 miles southeast of Cape
Hlenry. A wireless message recemv
((d fere today biy the naval com
miunca tions serv ice reported she
w.'i heing towed to Norfolk. T1he
('rain ford was bound from New York
HIENOWA IN D~ISTiWESS
New York, Nov. 14..--The British
motor schooner Renowa is dIisabled0(
off the coast of Florida and wvill be
towedl to K~ey West, according to
a radio message received here by the
naval communication service today
from the U. S. S. Arethusa.
Tihe dlisabledl vessel was reported
off .Jupiter Inlet in a sinking condi
tion with seven feet of water in
her forward holdls and six feet in the
after holds, but her pumps were
sa id to be0 in goodl ordler.
CHICH ESTER~ SPILLS
La l Ask our Da~g tat
yeri kn~owo as Dst, Safest, Atwayslhetab
SO BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERI -
mammmma:Unmm rn ivm mtmSMm
OWEN BROS. MARBLE
Dealers in everythigg for the
The largest and best equipped mon
umental mills in the Carolinas.
Greenwood, _...._...._. S.C.:
Future Cotton Contract.
If you want to buy or sell cotton contracts
n units of ten bales or upward, send at'once
for free booklet of valuable information and
rules of trade.
Letter on probable market trends in cotton
and grains sent free upon request.
IARTIN AND COMPANY
81 Broad Street, New York City
Members American Cotton & Grain Exchange
Member Clearing House
For personal interview get in touch with our
EDMUND A. FELDER
1512 Sumter Street Columbia, S. C.
Long Distance Phone 1229
Wood Sawing Machine
Do not forget that when you buy our Type "W" Drag Saw
machine, cut of which you have seen in the paper, that you buy one
with Bosch Magneto, and which alone sells for about 40n n Thi.
machine is also controlled by lever Friction Clutch, which prevents
stopping of Engine every time you wish to stop the Saw. And last
but not least this Machine sells for no more than the machines that
are not equipped with Bosch Magneto, and do not have Lever
COLUMBIA SUPPLY COMPANY
823 West Gervais St. Columbia, S. C.
OUR BANK and
INSEPARABLE Your Future
A good future without saving is something that
doesn't often happen, you know.
Our institution is a progressive money saving
and investing bank.
We solicit the patronage of these whose person
al attributes.are likewise-and those who earnest
ly desire to become such.
You never regret money saved. There is no
use to regret when it is gone.
The Bank of Manning
JOSEPH SPROTT, President
T. M. MOUZON, Cashier
We Are Headquarters for
Nitrate of Soda
in quantities from ten tons and
upwards. We have sold during
the past ten days a large ton
age of this material, and while
prices have advanced during th'e
past week it is still cheap com
pared with other ammoniates.
Get our prices before you buy.
MANNING OIL MILL.
IN"EAlmraImmmn MN u ..