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OBACCO PRODUCTS AND THE
LOWER PRICE MOY[MEN
Why Retail Prices Are Not Affecte
by the Decline in Southern Lev
Tobacco-Other Facts That t1i
Public and the Press Should Kno,
A great deal has recently been sai
in the public press criticizing cigi
manufacturers for retaining the
present standard of plices on ciga
in the face of the reported slump i
prices for Burley and kindred typ
of Southern tobaccos, and taking i
task the tobacco trade in gencral f<
its failure to fall in line with oth
industries and reduce the prices <
all tobacco products in harmony wit
the general dowlwai price movi
mient nlow going onl throughout tl
The real genesis of this 'ndoubtet
ly well-intended but entiirely unjust
lied criticism was the extensive pul
lieity given to the recent comedow
of ) rices for leaf tobacco in the Sol
thern tobacco market, coupled wit
the fact that the putlic does niot see
to know, in the first place, that ti
tobaccos of Kentuocky, Tennessee, Vi
ginia and the Carolinas are not tI
types of tobacco used for cigars, an
in the second place, that no type <
leaf tobacco can begin to he work(
by the manufacturer until 'rom ot
to two yeas I i nthe case of cigar le.
and from two to three years (in tl
case of cigarettes and other tobac
roduels ) after it has passei out
,he grower's hands.
If Kentueky tobacco were selling
only a cent a pound, it wutid have n<
the slightest influence upon Shall
grown Connecticut cigar wrappel
which are now selling at five dollal
a pound, or upon any of the cigar Iev
types, such as Hlavana, Sumatra, Jav
Georgia, Florida New\ York Stat
pennsylvan ia, Wisconsin an4d Ohil
for the tobaccos of Kentucky an
ne ighboring States are not and cal
1ot be used for 'igar purposes.
Mreover, evel ill the case of ciga1
ettes and plug and otheri man ufactui
ed tobaccos, which are, in t ruth, mad
of Kentucky, Tennessee, Marylan,
Virginia and Carolina leaf, the expe<
tations for reduced prfces, because (
the lower cost of leaf tobacco, a.
similarly founded oil public misinfoi
Ilation. The fact is, as everyone i
th trade knows, that the crops <
tohcl '11now heinog marketed in the:
States will not and calnot be avai
abhle for manu1110 facturing into cigarettt
and tolbccs until 1922 or 1923. An
this is nIt merely becaluse mlanulf'ar
urIers choose to carry larg' reserv
stocks of tobacco for their own pr
teetiol, ilt because the nature of ic:1
Mjmico requires that it, he cured anl
aged for a period ranging from onl
ho thre' years before it is fit fr
n1n11111ufactuiig pur poses.
Let us go a little furtheiirvi into th
general question 1 the retail pr'ice o
tobacco p lo uefts .n Ithe interestill
cirIcumlistances which for the tl i xme
in19, ma1.ke a qen ral decline inl th
prices of eigars, eig'arettes and tobac
1OS ilmlpossille. The explanation i
simlh4 e IF0 f I cIaI l nIh 11 t tst
who are fa1miflim- with t he toblacc
Vir1st it must he bered tha
whih- Ie Orat u1pward movelent, u
costs and prices in thIis collit
starte'd in 19141, t he re. tail pric~s of, to
baco roucs idl no(t beinil to gvo 11
until the latter part f 1917, vir'tuia1 l
fhrel YearS behnd the gelleral moV
ment11 of adlv~\ance. Iavs the 1' licih
Illtr If Pri's Dring the WIhar'
publdished' by t he Wa1 I ilust rie
Hon : " ''rlices of (in sIft .4 hace
)doduc t s dil Iot bevit to rie ill lal
ne1st un1til tile hst lf t t 1917, thfill
year after'l I the otbreak~t o (f tho' wmi
adIl two yea after 0i. he(.-inning u
the ra-'lt l is in 1 ric) ' s."T,
la ly du to lith fa:ll :ct thatl' adum
Itrers ll were1 ble4 to run1 aon w r twie
orL~' the yarlis n teI raw's matria
th t t e h tlil'ur' hase at pre-w
pe Atwhrhews athe in hpr
In 190 [ thd e Snufaltuers had ty
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and accept n6 imitation at
manu lltfactu rers of eig~ars, eigarettes e
aid tobaccos began to increase prices te
and even far too moderately to cover m
I the imereased cost of production. of
e . The manufacturer having thus 0
given the coIsumer the-full benefit of ai
>, luist holdings of pre-war priced leaf to- p.
hacco, for almost three years, and at t
tines When the prices of all collillo
dittes Were risimg by leaps and bounds,
it follows ias a Iatter of course that
he is not in a position to take a loss .
i the high-priced tobacco he now s
holds, ald that he cannot now be ex- te
p'rted to reluce the prices of his pro- C%
L ritiets male of the tobacco purchased
Iat the high-peak war prices. a1
Indeed ,tle mlanufacturer' is clearly
entitled to a full realizationi of the
cost of tile high-priced crops of leaf
tobacco lsed in this present produe- t
tion, by the same rule of fair trading
that impelled h im to give the consum
or the benefit of tile pre-var prices
durln'' the first throe years of the
War while he was using the low-priced
tobacco, ptirchased before tile prices
began to rise. I
But there is still another phase of
the history and 'iracumstanc et-5
g to prices of' cigars, cigarettes and
tobaccos whih lemiamlis considlera -
I tion;. iaiely, the moderation char
etrIzing the ipric advances on to
iia-o products, as comiaredl Iwith
iother comnn11 I it ies. n
It is a iiatter of con0n1101 kinow- b
h'b-dee thit, with tile Nceltion of to. C
bcopoutl thre 's scarcelvy a comll
Iioility that' did not ilcreas' :I) price t
after 1911. froi two huIdre'd to thre
hinuire11-cl per (.(.nt. L.et (s 1comlpare'
t it s with what In plfifen l ill tle to
bacco bulsinless. .1
l The le-war tive-t cigar ha ving h
I none to eight cents, the inclrease C"
a :lloullts to sixty pir t ; the ten
r icen t gar havinig avaned to lifteeii
t s brotlglt aln illcreast of fifty per'
(' it, the fi fteen-c n t c i,- Ir seI Ii iig at
f I V twenY centIls has :alvancedi thIirty,
thr' :I' nI ole-thirf per cint; tilt' hig I s
(I t wen11ty-ce t (eigr,: wh" %,ich ha Isu
V' been raised to) twelty-tive celits, has
l' uIp twenity per ('(lit; while the
ob i lne twenty-tive tent "fc""to" -
which went\ ,I l t') thir .ty-1ive cenits, shows el
.iiI easi (If fortv per cent. An'd1t 17l t
Ie it unlld('rstooud that these advantce s
t h:1l to t:ke ('ae (If the i-l-easin
f \ Va evenue T1xss, :s wIl Ias tit
y ( -'Istoms )tiies lp t oil ilmiporIi teil
t ie'l m t :sti i ig rs wh ich -w- a
v 't e t'rvm bo t ha lit I'
- vI-' I c9ents on fill
. s to 0 i iretteS, exclusive of1 the (1
"W\atrene Tax, wich-1 :un1ots to
s : cets onl eachl Package of 10 ei v-a-I.
te I s n11)1 ; 'fnts (it 1:e11 packIge of'
- i -n iat"n te's, the 1) fr a1 nliel- cigar
I et te4, which It()%w sell forIl 10 cents, inl
-, 'en'.1't 87 flr cent.; the 20 for 15
f cent s vig ites, which 11% I m. a l al1. e
sto .. r nt', inc) ai 5 (( 2 i r ontl. the
- t'vt'it lie ixi tts, which 11 l have12
I b '('(itsl nilt trai 1 5V':' ent", in-I-e -d
11(01 lirtcent.; the ' ft (5('ents eilar..
rll ilttnswhic hafte du-one u tll Wl; ' t
-Tances tiC 725 11r (Pent.; whilwhile t1i(
o i'en tolt list'tsli '(l incr ase 13'hper
lii is1111" to Iuaturedfit ataco,'
ttis vida till itX the Ilelnerawl cls-(I
i e, o i ( ) heII 1 - tynpes pf igah.
Ige litt i pr'-'a r frilci of wh(it w
.a i t ,i Ira t i cho I i'is ow )I t lillin
I Iii ounce for 10 ic nsiha tviibh-(dt in
:it1 increase, ('iftsr eductin whie wm-t'o
. l R1venu, iTx 3X f 77.' petent .; t 9i') Jo
I t lit' tunce palke, whie sold tt """
19 1 ce tsl lan is'( now II(ll i;elli '- li.
01n4 incrls, aftr tdeducflting flthe Wrar qti
ftl' ncl f l klt , w'iI'l hc' i h r at ileef..
Vater dedtin the. \'m-ra Reve' ilJiTul,
Now whilete Aaximr~lum incrse t
1n'11ar wa in lie *ent. oni iegar-.
l'o pro uc t s cal w1n-r [ent., whatlI. were in
Thnrae wheb slhe latifactur--w
Iee Shat thY ariuGST tyes eiarP of
tobacco :sivanced fo m e t
,0l en. on aWl~,tisons iititoc.
d then only on a more moderate 6
ie than the maximum prices here- b
quoted, with the multiplied cost of i
if tobacco, as shown i the fore- L
ing, coupled with the increased cost I
all other material required in the o
ished product ,as Wvell as the high b
it of labor ,to realize that at no c
ne, during or since the War, have (
) price-advances for tobacco pro- I
ets to the consumers been nearly I
Dcient to cover the increased cost
It is one thing for chocolate candies
come down after having been in- t
!ased, from 80 cents to $2 a pound,
for men's suits to come down after I
ving been increased from $25 to h
, or for shoes to cone dwn after If
ving been increased frim $4 to $15 I
d $20--advances ranging from 200 b
300 per cent., andi all starting at
o first jumlp of the upward trend.
it it is quite another thing to re- I
ce prices on commodities such as t
bacco products when the increase
the utmost was only about 87 per
nt., and in some classes as low as
per cent., which increases lid not
en start until about three years af
r the general upward price move
ent began, and when the high prices
raw material and the increased
st of production are yet unchanged,
id, under the imnutable law of sup
Y alnt deiandl seem likely to con
me unchlanged for soie time to
In conclusion let. us say that the
regoing is not iitended to be argu
e1ntative o' evanigel ical. It is a
nple plrcseitation of facts and mat
rs of record, available to all, but
idently not with the knowledge of
e public. Summaiiized, these facts
I. That no increa:es in the retail
ices of any tobacco products were
ade until three years after prices
ganl advancing o(I other coiiodi
2. That prices of tob(a(co prollucts
ve inot ilclreased over 87 per cent.,
Axiium and oil somie types of to
co ploduct3 not over 1:3 per cent.,
comipiired with ai average of 300
r ceit., oi nearly al lother conmno
ties or- with incere::ses :,s high as
8 per cent., on leaf tobacco; and
at in no case were these advances
tobacco products sutlicielit to Cover
C incrieases iii m producing costs.
3. '.at prices of cigars, Cigarettes
d tobacco (do nlot decli ne along with
ait other prohicts for the sa me
sic reasoni that they did not in
ases aloig with miost other pro
cts, inmely, because the raw ma
iat-leaf tobaclo-is iever suital'
d is not available for manufactuI
r purposes until one to thice years
ter it passes fromil the grower's
ads; andl also, in the case of cigars,
rause the ci'rar types of leaf tobae
have not yet (ldecled inl price.
41. And, astly, that a good part
the pircih~se piice of every pack
e of eigarettes, tobacco and vigars
tle liternal Revenle Tax--i mpos
by the War Revenue Law wihic his
|| if force; that the taxes Oil cig
I, pus the dltills oi imliported cig
or. ()n the( imlported tobacco u1sed
domllestic' cigaris, run11 froi about
if a c'nt to over 9 'oets l on ach
a;that the taxes on (.i1arette1
iountl to 3 (ents ol each package of I
alid ; ceits n each lackage of
while the tax (In tobaco''I is 1 1-8
its On 'acl on'-oiuice, or 2 1--4 ('enits
each two-ounce package.
Till' lw o Of comIllpelisatioil is inexor
h', an1 dflhoSe 10i11 or those indus-1
S who and whic nc' d to tIll
os,- of;war-time~ prollits mlay wel(-i.
1)t to pay the fiddler. I laving
isted mightily if til' flt, hwy caln
i fford to chew tii quid of lean.
the tobacco triule, as it ihppelns
all the rec-ords1 prove, was nlot
lnoe: tlle induistrit's that so ildu1ilg
I llaving had n(o feast it is nlot no1w
Alitiolled for' a f-mine.
'lem-ily, where t her'e has beeni no
mecl indu Lstriy kept its handii~s c'leana
d its; car1ds oil the table when in
striialI Amrica'i' was lermeatedi with
S spmiiIt of Grabh. Surely~ the 'oil
It gave him a squarei't de(al whieni hi's
st ('ircumlstanctes and is n'ade ac
ainute'l v'.ithi presenit coindit ionis.
Whei. ad if these facts be'IaI.
((wni oi [the mani who Liuss tobaccol.
tey :are knowin to the iman who
ik''s it. the gr'eat mystery of' why
meco'( lice'ls havei nlo t Vet hi t thll'
maggian will lie a mlyster no. 11 more.
ate' of South CaroIhli,
( laireindoin 'ounty.
'Irgianina Gre'en, James'O' Griet'i, Sam~i
Green, 1:1ania Grieen, Itinry B rowvn,
the ('lder I, WAilliami Johnson, D~aisy
JIIIhn onIl, Alat tha.w Johinson (some
une's calle i uste'r .Johnison ), Nr
vet I Irown, Ileu ry Urown, the
ouVI erl;'i, Slomonlli JTohnlsoni and A.
(. Sta-k, D~efendaints. I
lPursantI tol a IO(Iee of the Court 1
('.nnaoi leas for' said Cotinty and1
tedl \larcIh 1 6th, 1921, 1, J1. E. Gam
-Slit oiI'(f Charendon Coumnty will
I at pub Ilic auti on tol the hiighest
Mer1 for c'ash, ini front of the Conurt
IsI' Ioor at Manning, S. C., on
maay, A piril 4, 1921 , being salhesday,
thin the legal hours for jui~iciId
[ls ,the followving descrmibed r'eanl
All our iright, title, inlter iest andl
aite ini and to all the real eItatI'
unate in CIa rendon ('onlty, SauthI
rolina, (If which our' GrandIf;?her(
un Gaymon, aindl ouri Molthe;, 12lza
:nes5 Green, died seized, amlI pr
I estatc' in and~ to all that irr< I oIf
1(d situate' in sid County andl S'ate,
ita ining one hundred an thi''l
a aind one(-third ieres, beIinyp the
il 'onlveyedl 1(o 'Johni Giavamn~ by
l1iam J. (lark, Shleritf, by' Ied re
II County in hook N. (n page' r>G,
I foir a more partieulair lecr iptioni
said~ tract of land1 r'efer'encer is had
thll sid ir ecord~ (If sad hIl'ed and1( to
r'e'ordI (If the plat lf salid andl
il by U. K. RI ctedge, Siurveyor',
ieh pat is recoided aong' with saidI
A TLSO all that piece, parucel or trat
land situate in Clermin Con,
3n and one-half (10%) acres artmy
ig to a plat made of the sAme by L.
I. Barrow, Surveyor, which plat is
ereto annexed and made a part here
f; said ten and one-half acres being
ounded as follows: North by lands
f W. R. Davis; East by lands below
escribed; South by lands of Wesley
laxter; and West by lands of Wal
ALSO all that piece ,parcel or tract
f land situate in Clarendon County,
tate of South Carolina, containing
3n and one-half (10%) acres accord.
ig to a plat of the same mande by L.
). Barrow, Surveyor, which plat is
ereto annexed and made a part
creof; said ten and one-half acres of
ind being bounded as follows: North
y lands of W. R. Davis; East by
inds now or formerly of . estate of
Lbel Rhame; South vy lands of Wes
y Baxter; and West by the tract of
en and one-half acres above describ
Purchaser to pay for I)apers.
J. E. Gamble,
Sheriff of Clarendon County.
'tate of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
larmon P. Strange and S. Elizabeth
f1artha Strange, Sudie Rowe, May
H1ite, Maria Mitchell, Ollie Ayer
Blanche Jolly, Thomas J. Black
Willie Pearle Strange and J. Spill
man Strange, Defendants.
Pursuant to a Decree of the Court
if Common Pleas for said County and
state, nmade in above entitled action
o me directed, which Decree is dated
i'ebruary 28, 1921, I, J. E. Gamble
heritf of Clarendon County, will sell
t publie auction to the highest bid
ler for cash on Monday, the fourth
lay of April, 1921, being salesday,
nithim the legal hours for judicial
ales, in front of the Court House at
lanning, S. C., the following is a de
cription of the premises hereinbe
All t hat piece, parcel or tract of
an1d with the dwelling house and oth
r improvements therein, lying, be
ng and situate in the town of Mann
n1g, Clarenlon County, South Caro
ina, measuring one hundred and four
1)d one-half (101%1) feet on the
treet running East and West, some
mes called Dinkins street, and two
"Idred m1l eight and one-half
208% ) feet deep. Bounded and but
hag as follows, to wit: North and
'ast, by lot formerly known as the
)hak ins lot; South by Dinkins street,
nld West by a . hort street leading
rom Dinkins street North. Out of
roceedls of sale Sheriff is to pay all
axes colst ituting a lien upon said
Premises but same are to be sold sul
iet to anv assessment thereon for
aving, which is to be assumed by
Purchaser to Pav for papers.
.1. 1. GAMIBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Feb. 28, 1921.
NOTICE OF SA LE
tate of South C.arolinaa,
(Cla renudon 'County.
COURT OF CO MMON P'LEAS
NOTICE OF SALE.
Fraink Geiger, in his own right and
in behalf of a!l other stockholders
of the Bank of Clarendon who may
COmeV inl this action anild contribute
to the expenses of s-amne, Plaintiffs,
LInfk iof Clarenidlion and1(I F. '. Ervin
C. I. Geiger, .1. T. Stukes and .1. A.
Weinberg, as I)irectors of the Bank
of Ch1rendon and individually as
stockhoulders thereof, and John Doe
antd R ichardl Roi (fictitious naames
repraesenatinig all D~epositors and
'red itors of said Bank of Claren..
dfon, ) and all Depositor's and Credit
ors of' sa id Banik of Clarendon, the
unaes anda~ addret'sses of such D)e
posi tors an Cl(redi tors being uin
knotawn to phlaintiff, Defendants.
Purisuant to a D~ecree of the Court
f C omamon Pleas for' said County and
ta te made in above entitled action
ateuf February 19, 19)21, 1 J1. E.
in mile, Sheriff of Cla rendon County
villI sell at public auction to the hiigh
st bidder for cash, in front of the
'ourt H-ouse Door at Manning, S. C.
n0 Monday, A pril 4, 192! , beinug sales.
ay, with in the legal hours for jud i
im sa les, the following dlescrnibed irea
All that lot or pa reel of real estate
n the Town of Mananiing, S. C., front
ng twenty-five (25) feet oin Boyce
tireet and hav'ingt a depth of two
mnda~lred (200) feet., more or less, and
meing boun~ded on the North by lot of
'Cstate oif Brown and of J1. E'Arant;
m the Sothl by Boyce Stre'et
in the East by lot oif Kimmie S. ,John.
on; and on the West by lot of J1. E.
t iant. Thea sa id lot of land is twenty.
iv'e feet. in width for a dlepth of onec
mn drted feet from Boyce Street, andc
)eyondu oune huind red feet from Boyco
stree-t to lot of Estate of Brown is of
lhe whith of only twelve and one-halfI
Puri chaaser to pay for papers.
,J. E. G.\MULE,
Sheriff of Cltarendon County, S, C.
NOTICE OF SALE
a te of South Carolina,
C'OURTr OF COMMON PLEAS
NOTICE OF SALE
)avid Levinas TIrustee for Ellen Iso
man, Lou is Levi, David Le~v i anad
Selina Levi as Executrix meter the
last Will andl Testanment of Abe
Levi, deceased, Pinaintitf,
usan Gaymon, Israel Gaymnona, Sarah
Lawyer, Madison Gaymon, Wallace
G;aymon, ,Jr., Susa n Co rdes, Ocio
ashington, Lautra (Cor les, Elea
ne: Stuke's, known as Norvel
Slukces, Salie Annii Cen I y, Rufuts
G;aymon k nown as .\l's G aym on,
John Calhoun Gaymen, Illiz~a Gay
mon and Flora MV. Weinherg, Defen
Pursuant to a Docree of the Court
f C'ommon Pleas for said County and
tate made im abov. anti tled actioni
ated March 1 ti, 1921, T, J1. E. Gamble,
iheriff of Clarendon County will sell
Water Systems Ic
Repair Work Prot
P.O. Box 31.
un::::::n::: n~n: ::n nunt
at public auction to the highest bid
der for cash, in front of the Court
House Door at Manning, S. C., on
Monday, April 4, 1921, bi.ng sales
day, within the legal hours for judicial
sales, the following described real
All the right, title, interest and es
tate owned by Preston Gaymon, de
ceased, on December 19, 1912 and by
his heirs at law (defendants in above
stated action) and by the defendant
Israel Gaymon on May 21, 1919 un
der the Will of Rufus Gaymon as
well as an heir at law of said Preston
Gaymon, deceased, in and to the two
following described tracts of land:
(1) All that tract of land in Clar
endon County, South Carolina, con
taining thirty-three (&A acres, more
or less, bounded Norn) by lands of
K. H1. DesChamps; E'.: . by lands of
William Coulliette; Fouth by lands of
J. D. Weeks; and West by lands for
merly of Rufus Gaymon; and being
the land conveyed by E. A. Weeks
and others to Rufus Gaynion by deed
recorded in office of Clerk of Court
for Clarendon County in Book L. L.
on page 568.
(2) All that tract of land in said
County and State containing fifty
three (53) acres, more or less, bound
ed North by lands formerly of H-. M.
Connors; East and South by land for
merly of W. W. Coulliette; and West
by lands now or formerly of R. I.
Manning; and being the tract of land
conveyed by W. W. Coulliette to
Rufus Gaynion by deed recorded in
said office in book 1). on page 391.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
JT. E. Gamlble,
SherifT of Clarendon County.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUR,' OF COMMON PLEAS
J. rank Ceiger, in his own right and
in behalf of all other stockholders
of the Bank of Clarendon who may
come in this action and contribute
to the expenses of same, Plaintiff,
1 Bank of Clarendon and F. P. Eivin,
C. B. Geiger, .1. T. Stukes, and J. A.
Weinberg, as Directors of the Bank
of Clarendon and individually as
stockholders thereof, and John Doe
and Richard Roe (fictitious names
representing all Depositors and
Creditors of said Bank of Claren
don,) and all Depositors and Credit
ors of said Bank of Clarendon, the
iiames and addresses of such De
positors and Creditors being un
known to plaintiff, Defendants.
G. C. COOPER,
Glasses Fitted, Broken
SUMTER, S. C.
Do you wa
Ii you feel "lazy", list
time, it is a danger sig:
is being saipped by "sel
most dangerous discuse.
stipationi to take hold
paving the way to the
nesses which follow.
Pills, castor oil, laxative
and irritate the bowel
Nujol woirks on an enti
Instead of forcing or i
softens the food w~aste'.
muscles in the walls c'
and expanding in their
food waste ailongi so the
Nujol thtus prevens e Cr
tin e-isy, thorub-,I4 howe I u~
hiealthiiesgthai mo the ws .-ri.
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nptly Attended to.
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The genuine are sold
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TO ALL DEPOSITORS AND CREDI-'
TORS OF SAID BANK OF CLAR
TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to a
Decree made by his - Honor, Judgei
John S. Wilson in above stated action
dated February 19th, 1921 on file ir,
my oflice, you are hereby notified to
file with the undersigned Clerk of'
Court any and all claims you may
have as a Depositor or Creditor of
Bank of Clarendon against the said
Bank of Clarendop. The form of fil
ing may be in the form of a draft or
demand in writing on the Bank o6.
Clarendon signed by any Depositor or
Creditor for the amount due. And it
the amount due to ny Depositor or
Creditor be unknow' to such Depos+.
tor or Creditor, th< undersigned has
access to the book of said Bank,
through which the ait1l1 unt due may be
ascertained; and will t~j-VU vffer of fil
ing of any claim refer to the books
and other records of said Bank of
Clarendon for adjustment of the same.
FURTHER TAKEP NOTICE that
unless such claim be filed with me dn
or before April 2, 1921, the said Bank
of Clarejidon and its Directors and
other ofllers will be discharged of all
liability 7or payment of such clai
and eaa: andI every D)epositor
Creditor will theieafter be barred add
estop))ed from asserting the sainj
against the said Bi nk of Clarendon (
ally (f itr Diroectors or other Creditor
the said Deeiree of Judge Wilson b
ing to such effect.
FURTHERll TAKE NOTICE that
the said.HBank of Clarendon in ane~
(lance wvith a resolution of its atd k
holders is now in process of liquffa
tion; and willI be l iqu idatedl and dis..
solved and its charter surrendered og
or after April 5th 1921, unless any
Creditor or D~epositor in the mewi
time shows to the Court cause to the
JT. B. Cantey,
Clerk of Cort of Common Pleas 4or
(lar end~on (unty, S. C.
February l,1921. 8-c-.
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conistipatio end1 (s to the
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of your systen, you aire
whole train of serious ill
waters and sa is only force}
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rely new principle.
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I'h's enabiles thie many tiny
the iritestinies, contracting
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