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Our prices I
on these go(
Taffetas, all colors, 36 in<
Silk Messaline, all colors, q
per yard ...............
Jap Silk, in all colors form
98c, today's price ...........
All colors in Georgette ar
Chine three thread, best qua
wide fully worth $2,50, on tod
our price .. .......
Silk Poplin, 36 inch wide --
All Wool Serge
White Cashmere, 40 inch wi
sold for $4.00 wholesale cost is
price now .... . -
White Organdy, $1.00 grade,
White Organdy, 75c grade, r
White Organdy, 50c grade, n<
A large assortment of sol
Voiles, now selling for .--..
Fancy Voiles, $1.00 grade, nc
Fancy Voiles, 75c grade, now
A large assortment, of Satin
Fancy Voiles, $1.00 value, bran
just from the mill-..-_-_-_
Fancy Crepes something ne
stylish, could not be bought It
less than $1.50 per yard, our p
All colors of Cotton Poplins
White and Flesh Repp, beau1
fully worth 75c, our price _..
Marquisette in white flesh
worth 50c, our price now .
Solid color Cotton Crepe, use
The above i9
order to mee
GR[[N DIDD IS NECESSITY
NOT LUXURY FOR POULTRY
Some Kind of Green Material Must Be
Supplied Flock in Winter if Best
Results Are to Be Obtained, P1oul
try Specialists Say.
How are you going to fool the hen
at this season of the year so she will
think it is the good old summer time
and lay eggs even at 10 below zero?
One way is to give her cut bone, meat
scraps, fish, or milk in place of the
fancy bugs and worms she lprovidles
herseh' wvith in the season wvhen pick
ing in the insect wvorld is good.
Lengthening the short hours of day
light by artificial lights in the hen
house also helps to dlelude the simple
mindedl creature into thinking that
summer is here and more eggs are ex
pectedl from her. But neither animadl
food nor artificial light will result in
the highest egg production if plenty
of green feed is not given the flock.
To obtain the best results with poul
try they must be furnished a plentiful
sup~ply of green feed. Where fowls
have unlimited range on a farm they
will, secure green feed (luring the
spring and summer, but during the
winter it should be supplied for them.
Hest Feedl at Least Cost
The question of .how to supply the
best feed at the least cost is one that
..(!' poultry keeper must dlecidea lar
gdl'y f a himself. It will probably t
imake little difference what kind of
green feed is suppliedl provided it is
relished by the fowvls. Cabbage, tur
nips, beets, sprouted oats, and the like
are suitable for this purpose.r
The larger roots and the cabbages t
may be suspended by a wvire or string, r~
or they may be lacedl on the floor, in c
which case it would be well to split t
the turnips or beets lengthwise with (
a large knife. Potatoes and tutnips v
shouldl be fedl cookedl. Trhe mangel is a
an excellent root for feeding raw. t
Sprouted oats, clover meal, and ground n
alfalfa mrake very good feeds for this il
You only have 4
age of the wond<
on high class ni
offerings that wil
Jenkinson's Old Stand.
ave been reduced un
>ds. They are at bed
i wide, per 36 inch White Voile
. - . .4 36 inch White Lawn
3 inch wide,
-------$1.45 36 inch White Dimii
>rly sold for 36 inch Indian Head
-... c 36 inch Middy Twill
d Crepe de sale price ..
ity 40 inch
ay's market, 36 ich extra fine F
-------$1.45 sale price ...
----.....98C Mercerized Japonettc
-----. 98C Best quality Nainsoo
de, formerly Best quality Long
$2.87%, our 36 inch Percale, for
-------$1.39 sale price . .- ......
now .59c 36 inch Madress, vei
ow --...45c Good quality Bleach,
w --....-39c 10-4 Pepperel Bleach
d colors in 27 inch Birdseye Ret
25c and 39c Hemmed Diapers, p,
w -..-- 49c Pepperel Bed Sheets,
--------39c Pillow Cases 42x36
Stripes and 100 dozen Huck Tov
I new goods now going at --------
--------49c Curtain Scrim, good
w and very
ist year for Apron Gingham
rice --.- . 69c Best quality A. M.
at...-...29c sale price ----------
iful quality, Best quality Dress
.--------39c bray, guaranteil fast
and acru, Romper Cloth, 32 in<
---------19C Good Sea Island Sh<
I for under- sale price ----------
---------39c Best grade of Sea I
a few articles which
t popular demand. C
Oats for sprouting are soaked over
uight in wIarm water and then spread
>ut 1 inch thick on trays having per
'orated bottoms and put into an oat
;prouter. The oats are watered
.horoughly and should he stirred daily
mntil the sprouts are well started. In
:ool weather artificial heat should be
mupplicd by the use of a kerosene lamp
)r by some other means. Use a good
,rade of oats, allow a square inch of
-prouited oat surface per hen daily,
mnd feed these sprouted oats on the
loor of the poultry house or in the
7ard. Feed at any time after the
iprouts are well started, which us
ially takes from 5 to 7 lays. Keep
he sprouter clean, spraying it occas
onally with dlisinfectant to prevent
he growth of mold.
Where the fowls are yarded and not
nough green feed is furnished by thet
da small patch of clover, alfalfa,
rx rape may be sowvn. Any one or'
hose, if frequently mowed, will fur
uish a great quantity of greeco feed
luring the growing season in a form
vhich is relishedl by the fowls. Cana
la field peals may also be- sown for
his purpose, and wvhen fed in a tend
r, crisp condlition are eaten readily.
tye is a goodl cr01) for late fall and
arly spring, for it will germinate
*nd grow in very cold weather and
vili live through the winter. As a
eneral thing, fowls should have once
.day about all the green feed they
Clover hay may be fed economically
a laying hens andl may be prepared
s follows: Cut into as short leng- I
ha as possible (one-fourth to one
aif imeh) and place in a bucket. Then I
our bo0iling water over it and allowv r
a stand for two or three hours or over t
ight. When ready to feed, drain off I
he water and mix the hay wvith the e
lash. The hay may constitute about
ne-half the bulk of the feed, although g
be exact proportion is immaterial. o
,lover- hay is best, but any kind is p
aluable. The feedler must be careful (
ot to give too much bulky feed, for I
're lhen, having a small crop, caun.not p
ake use of as large an amount of 11
as the cow an dother ruminants
more shopping days
erful bargains we are
1er'chan dise. We st
I surprise you.
B. KOMAROW. Prop.
til further reduction i:
rock. Now is the ti
----------19C One lot of
--------------17 c to $1.50, our
We have a
y Check---------25c sortment of I
----------------25c Voile and Orp
good heavy quality, price at from
epperel Middy Twill, Waists, that I
---------..-----35c today's price
, white only --....35c Ladies' WI
k, white and flesh 29c short sleeves,
Jloth...------.29c Ladies' Mu
waists and shirting, der ruffle
'y good quality --29c yar
36 inch wide ----15c A most cc
ed Sheeting - 59c ron's School
I Seal, per bolt $1.98 tenth grade, v
2r dozen -......$2.00 Ladies' Cre
96x90 hemmed $1.39- LadiesC' Ho10
-----------------29c Ladies' Bun
rels, fully worth 25c, Ladies' and
------------------10c white, also
quality ---------10c from - .._.
-----------------10c Ladies' Ski
C. Apron Gingham, plaids, some <
---------------13'c $11.00 wholes
3ingham and Chain- We only h
color- .-- 17%e some of these
1 wide ---------25c wholesale, it N
leting, 36 inch wide,
----------------.10c 25 Ladies'
sland Sheeting 12%c cost.
we are paring to ti
ur aim is to tatisfy in
A CO., m(
FOR DYE EXPERTS
lermany Charges Betrayal of Secrets
'-To American Works-Contract
Said to Have Called for Formulae
and Services of Germans.
Cologne, Feb. 20.-Warrants have
>en issued here for the apprehension
>f four leading chemical and dye ex
.erts formerly employed by Fried
'ich Bayer and company of Levers
cursen, charging them with breach
>f Contract and betrayal of commer
alsce. ThyaeDr. Joseph
lacsladerof Oberhaiusen, Bararma
3r. Heinrich .Jordon, Cologne; Dr'.
)tta Runge and Dr. Max Englemann.
Tlhe four meon described as5 old andl
rustedl employees are chuarged with
ignimg contracts wvit~h tne Dum Pont
le Nemours company of Wilmington,
)el., which not only bind them to
nter the A merican c'ompany's em
>doy hut also pilace at its dlisposal
NOTICE OF BANKRUPTI~ SALE
n the District Court of The
'or the Eastern District of
n the Matter of
. 0., Schwartz, individually, and.
trading as Trinity Mercantile Comn
JOTICE 01" BANKRUPT SALE: t
Pursuant to an ordecr of Honorablet
t. J..Kirk, Referee in Bankruptcy, to
ue dlirectedl, I will sell at public auc-.
ion, to the highest bidder for cash, on
londlay, February 28th, 1921, at
leven o'clock a. in., all of the stock of
~oods, consisting of groceries, dry
'oodls, notions andl shoes, in the store
f the said Tfrinity Mercantile Coin
any, Bankrupt, locatedl at Trinity
ross Roads three miles North of
fanning, S. C. T1his sale will takev
lace at the said store at Trinity Cross
'T. H1. STlUKES, t
to take advant- 5
offering to you
ill have some
Manning, S. C.
me to buy.
Braissieres, cost wholesale up
price --------------------- 79c
large and most beautiful as
Ladies' Shirt Waists in Lawn,
tandy in White and colors that
i as high as $3.00 each, our
----------------79c to $1.39
mtld Crepe de Chine Shirt
orierly sold as high as $10.00,
--------------$2.39 to $3.98
ite Muslin Gowns, long and
today's price -----------98C
slin Under Skirts embroider
, assorted pattern deep, un
sortment of Hair Ribbon, per
- ------------ -----.-10c
iplete assortment of Child
Dresses from the first to the
I ----------------48c and ip
pe Kinionas ------------ $1.98
ise Dresses from $1.98 to $2.98
galo Aprons, from 69c a' d up
Misses' Middy Suits in solid
some with Colored Collars,
-- ---- ----------$1.98 and up
rts in blue serge and fancy
)f these skirts cost as higs as
ale, today's price -.-- - $4.95
ive eight winter Cloaks left,
cloaks cost as high as $48.50
Vill pay you to buy it for next
---- ---------------- - $15.00
,oat Suits inl pretty st les and
50 per cent oil' their original
te bone in
)RRIS NESS, !
in New York City alone from kid
ney trouble last year. Don't aliow
yourself to become a victim b9
neglecting pains and aches. Guard
against this trouble by taking
The world's standard remedy for kidney,
liver, bladder and uric acid troubles.
Holland's national remedy since 1696.
All druggists, three sIzes. Guaranteed.
Look for the name Cold Medal on every boxc
and accost no Imitation
>ther' valuiable consideratios--the
mumulative benefits of' their experi
anece with the Leverskursen concer'n.
Tlhey are also chai~rgedl with "'ileg..
illy appropriating valuable receipts
>f f'orm ulae to which'l they had ae'
:ess by viritue of their positions of
rust andt c'oinfidence."'
A Dr'. K(unze of Zur'ichi, rep~resent
ng the A merican company, is saidl
o have made the arrangements with
lhe four' experts and is reportedl also
o have been inst rumen tal in securt
ng the transit, across the German
)utch frontier of a truniik containing
nmportant dlocumenits, dIrawings andl
ther' scientific material. TIhe Dutch
uthorities accidentally discovered
he Itunk which they seized, arnd or
Ier'ed it reCturned( to the prosecuting
.ttor'ney at .Cologne, upon the lat
er's requisit ion.
Drx. Plachslander and Dr. Runuge,
vho declared they were graduates of
lhe University of i~l unichi, were per
tted by the inmnnigrationi authori
ies at Ell is Island to enter the Unit
d States early in .January. They had
een held for several days for inves
iga tion of their assertionis that they
/ore (lye experts engaged by the
)uPont company at salaries of moire
han $25,000 a year. Arrival of the
Ompany repi'esentative verified the
ssertions of the Germans.
Germany opiposed the entrance of
he twvo chemists to this country but
he men had regular German pass
orts visedl by American consuls,
'hey dleniedl that they were bringing
Sany wvritten formulae for the
iakimg of dlyes.
VILLI YOU IIEl P SAVE ONE LIFE
The situation in the Near East is
ritical and the needs f'or funds to
aye the women and children of Ari
enia trom deafth by starvation is so
reat that. The Times has dlecidled to
Penl its columns for their relief.
For humanity crushed, enslaved,
beeding, we plead; exiles watndering
the desert, children orphaned, Chris
lan girls prisonerst nr ulaves in
Moslem harems; a stricken natioi
amidst implacable foes, its ancestra
territory, made sacred by the martyr
doms of fifteen centuries, seized b,
others, homes in ruin, hopes crushel
lives imperiled. This prostrate Ar
memia nation still the battle groun<
of contending armies for two yeari
after the close of the World War, it:
crops repeatedly stolen, 2,200,00Q oj
its citizens massacred or starved t
death, begs of prosperous America foi
food enough to sustain life til th
promised embodied in the terms of th<
Armistice are fulfilled. Will you bell
save the grief stricken survivors, o1
will you, through indifference lei
them die ? America alone can sav
The Times will receive and forwar<
to the Near East headquarters, 211
Liberty Bank Building, Columbia, S
C., all funds contributed by the pieo
ple of Clarendon county and will a(
knowledge receipt. of same th rougl
the columns of this paper.
FIGHT ON TYPHUS
New York, Feb. 20.--Twenty-iv(
immigrants, part of 630 released fron
Ellis Island today, were taken to o
hospital for reexamination by city
health authorities which disclosed
they were infested with typhus-car.
As 300 of the 630 were destined fo)
other cities, Health Conimissione,
Copeland p1ointed out that other parts
of the country as well as New Yoi'k
would benefit by the precautions be
ing taken here.
A train arriving from Boston today
brought 22 immigrants but examima
tion at the Grand Central terminal
gave all of them a clean bill of
Washington, Feb. 20.-A conference
of health officials of the Atlantic sea
board states and principal ports will
be held here next Friday to consider
the typhus situation, according to an
announcement tonight by the public
HAD EGGS INCREASE PRICE OF'
GOOD ONES TO CONSUMERl
In a shipment of three cases, or 90
dozen eggs, recently received by a
Washington, ). C., commission firm,
18 3-4 dozen were condemned by the
local health department as unfi't for
food. The percentage of bad eggs
shipped into the marl-ots is very high,
reducing trade and discouraging con
sumption, say specialists of the Bu
reau of Markets of the United States
Department of Agriculture.
If a few eggs in the dozen are bad
the housewife pays exorbitant prices
for the sound ones. The dealer al
ways piefers to handle good eggs, for
spoiled ones injure his business relp
tation. A deduction for spoiled eggs
also makes the shipper feel that he is
not being treated in good faith by the
Bad eggs then are a loss to every
one who handies them. E';v(ry egg
ma rketed should be of miquestionable
GIVE HA('CK-YAD ,) l'11;n'ity
DAILY ALLOWANCE 1" GRAIN
'I'he back-yatd flock slu,lI have in
addition to the table scraps a light
feed of grai neve-y morning.
STATE 01" SOUT1l CAROLINA,
County of (1la rendon.
By .J. M. Windham, Probate Judge:
Whereas, Hlorace D. Graham nmade
suit to me to grant him Letters of
Administration of the Estate and cf
fects of Joseph E. (raham.
These are, therefore, to cite and ad..
monish all and singular the Kindred
and Credlitors of the sai Jl*oseph E
Graham dleceasedl, that they be and ap
pear before me, in the Court of Pr
bate, to be held at Mrnnin ig on the
28th day of Februarty next, after pub,
heiationi her'eof. at- 1 o'clock in the
f orenoon, to show cause, if any they
have, why the said Adhninistrfationi
Give undr mand thIis 10th *day
fFeray, Amno Dominiti,19.
chg. J1udlge of Proate.tt
Alabarma Lady Was Sick For Three
Years, Suffering Pain,Nervous
and Depressed-Read Her
Own Story of Recovery.
Paint Rlock, Ala.'--Mrs. C. M. Stegall,
bf near here, recently related the fol
towing interesting account of her re.
Covery: "I was ist a, weakened con
dition. I was sick three years in bed,
suffering a great deal of pain, weak,
nervous, depressed. i was so weak,
I couldn't walk across the floor; just
had to lay and my little ones do the
work. I was almost, dead. I tried
every thingc I heard of, and a number of
dootors. 2till ,[ dIdn't get any relief.
I couldn't eat, and alept poorly.
believe if I hadn't hoard of and taken
Cardut I would have (died. I bought
six bottles, afttr a, neighbor told me
what it did for her.
"I began to eat and sleep, began to
gain my strength and am new well
ase strong. I haven't had any trou
ble since . .. I sure ean testIfy to the
good that Cardui did me. I don't
thipk there lp a better tonio made
and I believe It saved rmy life."
7or over 40 years, thousands of wo.
men have used Oardul suocessful1l7
in the treatment of many wom any
If you suffer as theme women did,
take (Jardut, It may help you, too.
At all druggista. In 15
No cigarette has
the same delicious
flavor as Lucky
Iour1. or five handfuls of grain
abliut one-half pint-seatetred in the
litter' will be sufficient. for a flock of
20 to 25 hens. By handful is meant
as much as can be grasped il the
hand, not what c) be scooped up in
the open hand. By scattering it in
the litter the hlens will be coipelled
to scratch in order to find the grain
and in this way to take exercise, which
is decidedly beneficial to them.
In case not eniough good, sound,
substantial table scraps are available
to furnish full feeds, both at noon and
at night., another feed of the grain
nixture should be thrown into the
litter at the night feeding and should
consist of as much as the hens will
eat up clean, poultry specialists in the
United States Department, of Agri
culture say In summer or during
suitable weather the grain can be fed
by scattering it oil the ground outside
the house. A good grain mixture for
this purpose is composed of equal
parts by weight of wheat, cracked
corn and oats. Another suitable grain
mixture is composed of 2 parts by
weight of cracked corn and I part of
oili t S.
For Many a Manning Household
To have the pains and aches of a
haxd back remove'l--to be entirely free
fron annoying, dangerous urinary dis
odlers, is enough to make any kidney
sutlferer grateful. The following ad
Vice of, one who has sutffered will prove
helpful to hlx nxxreds of Alanninxg read
Mrs. C. Al. Taylor, S. Boundry St.,
Manning, says: "About a year ago
I was troubled with kidney complaint.
I had terrible backacixes and head
aches oIthered me. Nervous spelIs
upset me and ily nerve.; were just a
wreck. I felt tired and languid and I
sulffered vith dizzy spells. Finally, I
heard about Doan's Kidney Pills and
bought somxe at Arant's Driug Store.
I can cert- inly say Do!!n's didf me a
wonderful lot of good and quickly re
lieved i me."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simlply ask for a kidney renedy--get,
Doan's Kidney Pills. --the same that
Mrs. Taylor 1.ad. Foster- Milburn Co..
Ml'rs., Buffalo, N. Y.
('I ESTIEII81 il~l l"l
SIlOTl BY NEGI(O
(heupand xt ofl IIlose Scein leav*ing WVithm
tun--Ollicer' iolds (hvi'--liheral
___ lewardl Will lHe Iaidl for ('apture
of Sami Alec ul louigh.
'he'ste'r, F~eb. 201.- Th'le mystery sm.i
Goberi Anderi'xson, ablouit nine xmiles
frxomi ('hestr ye *(sterd'xay afternoon
wvhile be an D11lepuxty I Iowze and
( onstable Smxithl were hunt11ing fxr
stills, has been soilvedl.
At tir'st it was thought that a trap
j.unx had heenx set, buxt sincxxe thle shoot..
inxg a white' man livinxg in the comn
mu xni ty hams bxeen adv*ised biy a negroi
hat. Sm iiiMex(ul louigh ill whose housox
thxe sher'it was shot, was seen leav
ing the houase with hxis shxotgxun imn
medi a tely afterx t he sher'i fl''s car x left.
OIli('ers ando cit i'zns have beexn
hunxt ig the negro t oday, but late
this a fternx xoxx not hing ha~d been seen
(If him. lI b is about .M year's oli,
buixt looks yoiunger', is about six feet
tall, weighs about 175 pounds1 axnd is
xeddilsh yellow ox' of Inidiani color. A
libxer'al reward will be off'eredl for his
Sheriff' Andxersonl is still holding his
ownx le this aflternloon, but is con
sidteed to lbe ixn a serious condlition,
When A'le'(ul lough's hoxuse was
5(earchled tothmiy a copperI wormx ~ was
I'e ond,'l whih hot' ev idce' (If haxv imx
biexn in uxse yesterdalmy.
ADIV l''llTI'E IN 'I'lE 'TlM ES
Allh cre'ditor's ainIdI~ dbor's ixn re: es
tate of the la to I,. Ii. A shell (Suxmmer
ton Drxug Co., SummxiertIoxn, S. C.,) de..
''ensedl arec herebyIx nxotiIil to renxder
ineir' aeclxtnts duly at tested and to)
ixmxke axxy and all paymlent. due saidl
e'state to( thle undlers ignedi at Ed.getfield
s. C.X, (ir in Summerxx'xtoni Dru'g Co., at
omuxnxx'rtonl, 8. C.
Axlt'inxisl rator', Est ate of I,. B. As'
Palma fes ta
Palmetto State Festival
Columbia, March 28th
to April 2nd.