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fIGURES SHOW HOW
EACH COUNTY SIGNED UP
A public accountant has just finish
ed the audit of the books o f the South
Carolina branch of the Tri-State To
bAcco Growers Co-operative Associa
tfion, His report shows some inter
eiting figures as to the sign up in
Georgetown - leads the State with
the largest percentage of signed to
bacco-she having signed 74 per cent
of her-tobacco to the Association.
The second district shows the banner
county for total number of pounds
signed, Williamsburg county having
sighed. 7,022,159 pounds. Florence
county in the first district is running
a close second with 6,894.908 pounds
signed. Williamsburg county also
leads as to the number of actual
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in time. of kidney danger, Doan's
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Plenty of Manning evidence of their
worth. Ask your n~eighbor!
. Mrs. B. F. Louder, Dinken St.,
Manning says: "I had a alight at
tack of kidney trouble which started
with smart pains through the small
of my back. Headaches bothered me
a good deal, and sometimes I was so
nervous I couldn't hold anything in
my hand. I was bothered with. dizzy
spells, too, and black specks often
came before me, in fact, I was feeling
all out of fix. A friend told me about
Doan's Kidney Pills and I got some.
Doan's not .only helped me but cured
me entirely of the'trouble as I haven't
been bothered since."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mrs. Louder had. Foster-Milbtirn Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
'.A De Lval bring
steady cash incoi
There is no waiting for crops I
mature before money is received; n
long winter months with nothing to pel
when you have a few cows and
With a De Laval you have an at
surance of a steady income, for ever
year as long as tyou want to use it.
It skims closer, turns teasier, has a
greater hourly capacity and is
-easier to keep clean.
We'll start you right
with a De Laval that
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every year you use it.
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hT. M. WELLS, (
signers with 1,561 names. Florence
cdrify shows 1,102. The six thou
sand. signers in this state show the
following total amount of pounds by
Florence ...- - --_6,894,908
ill6n --. ..-- ------- --..3,054,052
Marion _- - ' ....2,252,090
fiorry -------- -- -- --.2,181,050
Marlboro -- -------------- 77,100
Williamsburg ---- .-__7,022,159
Darlington --- _*--5,032,800
Clarendon .. 1,958,450
Sumter ---- ---.........495,150
Lee ---- -- -.--- --------199,400
Dorchester ...--...- --.-. -197,100
Bamberg _--_ _- _._ _._.103,500
Edgefield ---- -- -- ---------46,64'7
Orangebuig -- ---- ---- ----26,400
Allendale ----------.. .--..17,000
Lexington ..-.. . -.-------15,700
Saluda ------------ -------12,000
Aiken ---- ---- --- ----------4,000
Richland ---- ---. ---- -----3,500
Total--------- ---. . 31,276,14(
HONOR ROLL FOR NEW
ZION GRADED SCHOOL
10th grade-Neww Gibbons,, Sadi<
Lou Buddin, Vernon DuBose, Thomp
son Buddin, Hattie Wheeler, Annic
Belle Nelson, Sallie Nelson.
9th grade-Eula Lee Felming, Janie
Fleming, Mildred hicks, Eugene Mc
8th grade--Idalene Johnson, Luel
Gibbons, Edna Buddin, Sam J. Smith,
Wade Kennedy, Youel DuBose.
7th grade-Tracey Fleming, Lennie
Gibbons, Oneta Corbett, Alma Buddin,
Ethel Hardy, Fannie Buddin.
6th grade--S. E. McIntosh, Ruby
Johnson, Creighton, Gibbons, Henley
Gibbons, Harry Wheeler.
S. Manning, S. C.
You need more.
plus in this bank
lecline of life you
rewards of early
-ome in today.
it believes in
& Trust Co.
S. S. S. sOut
Mon and women,--whether you will
over build yourself up to your normal,
lust-right weight depends on the num
ber of blood-cells in your blood. That's
all there is to it. It's a scientific fact.
If your blood-cell factory isn't work
ing right, you will be run-down, thin.
your blood will be in disorder, and
perhaps your face will ho broken out
with pimples. blackheads and erup
tions. S., S. S. keeps your blood-ce'l
factory working' full time. It helps
build now blood-cells. That's why
S. S. S. builds up thin, run-down peo
ple, it puts firm flesh on your bones, it
rounds out your face, arms neck,
limbs the whole body. It puts the
"pinkt' in your chocks. It takes the
hollowness from the eyes, anti it fools
Father Tinme by smoothing out wrin
kles in men and women by "plumping"
thema up. S. H. 4. Is a remarkalilo
blood-purifier, While you are getting
plump; your skin eruptions, pi1mples.
blackheals, acne, rheumnatism, rash,
tetter, blotches are being removed.
The medicinal ingredients of S. S. S.
are guaranteed purely vegetable.
S. S. S. is sold at all drug stores, in two
sizes. The \largur alp; ; the morn
5th grade-Linwood Baird, Eula
Frost, Bernice Gibbons, Mallie Gib
bons, , Kennedy, Janie Mae
Mc 1, ,tlma Player, Henrietta
4th grade-Carlisle Buddin, Annita
Fleming, Alga Buddin, Pauline Mor
ris, Gladys Gibbons, Hattie Holiday,
J. C. Fleming, Sudie Wheeler Katie
3rd grade-Laurens Gibbons, Theo
Kennedy, Gertrude Evans, Elsie Play
2nd grade-Earl Buddin, Ruby Bud
din, Dorothy Derrick, Wilbur Ken
nedy, Edna Osborne, Henry Holliday,
Everett Lavender, Hagood Morris.
Adv. 1st. grade-Helen Johnson,
Margaret Black, Pauline Beard, Er
line Beard, Curtis Gibbons, William
Kennedy, Eloise Lavender, Clidia
Pursuant to an order of J. M. Wind
ham, Judge of Probate, I will sell at
public auction, to the highest bidder,
for cash, at Foreston, S. C., at 11
o'clock A. M. on Friday the 24th (lay
of March, 1922 the following' per
sonal property, to wit. I lot of mer
chandise consisting of shoes, men'3
clothing, overalls, can goods, cooking
utensils, crockery ware, women and
children's wearing appearal, medi
cines, two fertilizer distributors,
plows and plow parts, I lot of coffee,
1 pair of scales, store fixtures and all
merchandise belonging to..the Estate
of J. E. Graham, deceased. Also I
victrola, 1 'piano, I shot gun, I auto
mobile, 1 lot of plows and plow tools,
1 two-horse wagon, 1 one-horse wag
on, (I cows, 3 calves, 2 mules, 2 tons
of cotton seed, I small lot of hard
ware, 194 cakes of soap, 1 small lot
of jewelry . lot of smoking tobacco,
1 check protector and one lot of ac
counts most of them unsecured.
Horace D. Graham,
F'oreston, S. C., March 7, 1922.
NOTICE OF D)ISCHAIRG E
I will apply to the .Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County on thle
19th day of April, 1922 at 11 o'clock
A. M. for Letters of Discharge as. Ad
ministrator of thle Estate of Joseph
Thomas N immer.
Manning, S. C., March 4Ith, 1922.
FOR OIL COOK STOVES go to
Plowden Hardwlare Co.
HO0USES FOR RENTP-Ranging in
price from $10.00 to $25.00. Ap
ply to H[. ,J. Blomar. 6-tf-c.
STORE FIXTURE BA RGAIN-We'
have iln 0our possession a 15 foot
8%/ inches 31 dlrawer Sherer P'ab
entedl Display Counter. 'The first
reasonable offer' takes this counter
.which costs today newv $397.50. Call
on DuRant & Eller'be, att once. e
A BIG BARGAIN in one ori two
secondl hand Oil Stoves. Good as
newv. Plowdecn IHar'd ware Co.
HOUSEI'S FOR RENT-Ranging in
price from $10.00 to $25.00. Ap
ly to HI. .J. Blomar. G-tf-c.
ROOMS TO RENT-Suitable for of
flees or living rooms. Every conI
venience, b)ath lavator'y, sink, hot
andl cold water. Apply to The
Man n ing H~ardlware Co. 9-tf-e
FOR SA LE--Dwelling on North
Church Street. F"our rooms, two
porches, openf fireplaces. Splendid
location, on acre lot. Easy terms.
E.'C. Nettles Alsbrook, Phone 226.
THREE MILIAON pure Porto Rico
potato plants, grown from treatedl
potatoes, readly April fifteenth, do01
lar sixty-five lots live thousand
shipping point. Guarantee ,safe ar
rival. Million fine cabbage plants,
immediate shipment ninety cents
thousand shipping point. G. J.
Derrick, Lancaster, S. C. 10-3tp
REMIEMBER the Saitary Shaving
Parlor. The place whore tu'sIness,
In mno. apprenciated.
Million Packets' Of
Flower Seeds Free
We believe in flowers around the
homes of the South. Flowers brighten
up the home surroundings and give
pleasure and satisfaction to those who
We havq filled more than a million
packets of seeds, of beautiful yet
easily grown flowers to be given to
our customers this spring.
'ouldn't you like to have five
packets of beautiful flowers free?
YOU CAN GET THEM! Hastings
1922 catalog Is a 100-page handsomely
illustrated seed book full from cover
to cover of truthful descriptions and
illustrations of vogotables, flowers and
farm crops. It is full of helpful gar
den, flower and farm Information that
is needed in every Southern home,
and,,,too, tho catalog tells you how to
get those flower seeds absolutely free.
Write for our 1922 catalog now. It
is the finest, most valuable and beau
tiful seed book ever published, and
5ou will be mighty glad you've got it.
There is no obligation to buy any
thing. Just ask for the catalog, and
it. will dome by return mail.
H. G. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN,
Player, Marjorie Robison, Evelyn
Plowden, Beasley Buddin.
1st. grade-Bethea Coker, Allen
Buddin, Woodrow Beard, Lamar Der
rick, Virginia Gibbons, Coline Gib
bons, Alton Gibbons, ilubert Morris,
Mable Wheeler, W. E. Dulose, Janie
Wheeler, Bessie Leae Kennedy, Ophe
lia Buddin, Alton Buddin.
SOUTH CAROLINA AIDED
Washington, March (.-Approval
of 186 advances for agricultural and
livestock purposes aggregating $4,
802,000 was announced today by the
War Finance Corporation. Among
the loans were the following:
Georgia, $122,000; North Carolina,
$104,000; South Carolina $515,000;
Tennessee, $247,000; Texas, $218,000.
PORTO RICA Slips for bedding,
$1.50 per bushel. H. A. Plowden.
WANTED-To buy fifty or sixty good
light-wood posts. Must be good
and fat and eight and one-half feet
long. R. D. Cothran, Manning.
FOR SALE-No. 1 Pea Vine Hay,
baled, $20.00 per ton. A. S. Raw
linson, Davis Station.
FOR SALE-600 Stalks Seed Cane at
3 cents per stalk. J. A. Roberts,
Foreston, S. C.
FOR SALE--Bronze Turkey Gobbler
about 16 pounds, Twenty-five cents
per pound. J. W. Sprott, Jordan.
FARMERS-Would like to know how
I can trade corn in the shuck for
velvet beans in the hull. Will some
farmer make me an offer. R. D.
SEE R. D. CO'TIHRAN for your cot
ton seed-1920 genuine Cleveland
Big Boll Cotton seed at $1.00 per
bushel at Planters Warehouse.
PLYMOUTH ROCK EGGS for set
ting, utility strain, $1.50 per set
ting. Mrs. R. R. DuRant, Alcolu,
WANTED-To exchange peauts for
velvet beans. J1. W. Sprott, .Jordian.
PORTlO RICA and Nanev H all Slips
for bedding, extra nice, 75c per
bushel. J1. C. fluRant, Jri., Alcolu,
ATTl$NTION FARMERS --Seventy
five thousand pounds of 1910 to
bacco to b~e so(1ld or' fertilizer' at
$20.00O per ton. Excellent for
Sweet Potautoes, Cotton, Corn,
truck, etc., Analysis around X-2-2.
See me quick. R. D. Coth ran.
OCEOL~A V ELVET BEA NS-$l.25
pera biushe'l or wvill exchange for. corn
one bushel beanis for two bushels
of4 corn. 1H. Bi. Ric'hardlsoni, Sum
merton, S. (.
FOR SALE.-1920) genuine (Cleveland
Big Boll Cotton Seed. Price $1 .001
per bushel at P lanters Warehouse.
R. Di. Cothrain.
I OR SA LE--Spanish Peanut Seed,
5c per' pound;l 90-day Velvet Beans
$1 .25 per bushel; Wannamiaker Big
Boll .$ I.25 per bushel. Jas. TI.
TAX EXECUTION NOTICE
All delinquent taxes for 1920 will
be advertised in next week's paper
to be sold salesday in April.
J. E. Gamble, Sheriff.
NOTICE OF BANKRUPT SALE
In the District Court of the United
States, for the Eastern District of
Notice of Sale.
In the Matter of:
J. C. Dennis, H. M. Dennis, and J. R.
Dennis, individually and as co
partners trading as J. C. Dennia
& Sons, Bankrupts.
Pursuant to an Order of Robert J.
Kirk, Esq., Referee in Bankruptcy,
made in the above entitled matter,
dated February 24th, 1922, notice is
hereby given that 1 will ofrer for sale
at public outcry to the highest and
last bidder therefor, fMr cash, subject
to the approval of this Court, before
the Court House door in the Town of
Manning, in the County of Clarendon,
in the District aforesaid, on Monday,
April 3rd, 1922, at twelve o'clock M.,
the following described real estate:
Lot and building in Town of Turbo
ville, Clarendon County, S. C., describ
ed as Lot No. 42 on a plat made by
.Joseph Palmer, dated .January '20,
1911, and recorded in Plat Book 2,
page 105, said lot measuring and
fronting on Main Street thirty feet,
and running back one hundred feet,
being occupied by the Turbeville
Hardware Company, and being en
cumbered by a certain mortgage to
the Bank of Turbeville, securing the
principal sum of Five Hundred
una u a nun"
. The Farme
~ We pride
' knowledge of
ing on all agi
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mer to the ve:
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($500.00) Dollars and interest.
Lot and building in Town of Turbe
ville, Clarendon County, S. C., de
scribed as Lot No. 77 on a plat made
by Joseph Palmer, dated January 26th
1911, and recorded in Plat Book 2
page 105. Said lot measuring and
fronting on Main Street thirty feet
and running back one hundred feet,
and formerly occupied by J. C. Den
nis & Sotns, and being encumbered by
a certain mortgage to Mrs. Bertha
Baird, securing the principal sum of
$1500.00. and interest.
Tract of land in Clarendon County,
S. C. cont:.iniing eighty-three acres,
more or less, amti bounded on the
North, East and South by M. J. Mor
ris, and on the West by estate of J.
F. Turbheville, being the tract of land
conveyed by deed recorded in Book
M-3, page 543, and being encumbered
by two certain mortgages, to wit:
One to Lee and Moise, securing the
principal sum of Two Thousand ($2,
000.00) Dolhers and intereist, and the
other to .1. T. Stukes securing the
principal sum of Eight Hundred and
Fifty ($850.00) Dollars and interest.
The foregoing described real pro
perty is to be sold in three separate
lots as above described, and the same
shall be sold subject to the lien of the
mortgage encumbrances now on the
smne and h' reinabove particularly
mentioned. The purchaser or pur
chasers th:ereof shall he required to
immediately comply with their said
bid or bids, and should they fail to do
so, then the same will be at once re
sold at the risk of said first biCder or
bidders. The purchaser or purchasers
thereof shall he required to pay for
all necessary deeds of conveyance, in
cluding revenue stamps, etc.
Leopold Strauss, Trustee,
13-c Sumter, S. C.
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the farmer's needs, touch
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dIS upon your' selection of
an andtdoes help the far..
r'y himit of its ability.
v and you have the assur..
assistance of this bank
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