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I A solid Car-load
J prices to suit you.
I A solid Car-load
I Rakes at Factofj
Plenty of high gr
where the Store i
benefit of low pri
Call at the /
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H CHILL FEVER I
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1 TWO TIA9COONFUL8 IN
| WATCH SVSHY THRCK HOURS
I UNTIL IT ACTS WELL. THEN
A I THREE TIMES A DA*
f) I CNItOAIN IH PKOFORTION TO Attl
! I PRICE 25 CBNTS
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Buy it at druggists and
general stores or postpaid
from ttie manufacturers.
(iron LAND FOU SALE
I havo ''o. sale a tract of forty (40)
acres, more or less, lying on the south
I side of Lake Swamp, beginning at
^ road at Lake Swamp church at W. V. (
and Lorenzo I). Holt's line and corner,
running W. F. Holt's line to Haman
Branch, thence said branch to G. J. .
Holliday"s line, the line of Lorenzo I).
Holt, and line of W. F Holt to the be- (
This is hind which belongs to Mr. B. ,
J. Holt, anri was conveyed to him by J
Mrs. Jane Holt.
1 car\ roll this tract of land for 1,- (
DOO.Oft. Call or write me if interested.
First come, First served.
H H. Woodward, j
Conway, S. C.
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of Furniture at
of Mower* and
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ada Flour. . 4
g at the place
is able to buy in
You get the
. Holiiday i
Edward Burroughs left hero last
week for points in North (Carolina.
Hp will attend school at Ashcville,
NOTICE OF SALE.
Under and by virtue of the decree
and judgment of the court made by
his Honor, T. S. Sease, Presiding
Judge, in the rasn of John l?'
, w W X/Illl 1 ill V ilill I J
P. Pearsall and H. Lacey Hunt, eopartners
as McNair & Pearsall, Plain
tiffs vs. ,J. M. Powell and P. C.
Prince, Defendants, and dated the ls'J
day of March A. 1). 191(5, I, the undt
rsigned J. A. Lewis, Sheriff of Hor-j
ry County, will sell at public auction
to the highest bidder before the Courl
House door at Conway, in Horry
County, and State of South Carolina,
during legal hours of sale, on salesday
in October next, it being the 1st
day of said month, all and singular;
these certain lands situate in Horry
County, and described as follows, tovit:
All and singular that certain piece, j
parcel or tract of land, lying and being
situate in Green Sea township, in
'he County of Horry, State of South
Carolina, and being situate on thvwest
side of Mitchell Swamp, witnj
boundaries as follows, to wit: Begin-1
ning on a gum corner in the said '
Mitchell Swan, p; thence down said
swamp to u Cypress corner; thence
Klizic frousand's line northwest to a
stake corner; thence near west Sidney
Harre'lfton's line to a stake corner;
tljence A. M. Sands' ifne near west to
an agreed line between J. M.. and W.
C. Powell to a stake corner; thence an
agreed line to the beginning corner;
and continuing two htindred (200)
acres, being the land conveyed toj
mortgagor by Annie C. Powell by |
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icea ot date October 3rd, 1901; record
id in Clerk's Office, Horry County,
March 8th, 1901, Book SS, page 81.
TteRMS of Sale Cash. Purchaser
,f. pay for paper.3.
Fenway, S. C., Sept. 10th, 1917.
J. A. LEWIS,
Shreiff of Horry County. |
*OBT. B. SCARBOROUGH, 1
Plaintiff's Attorney. '
ti Troubles \
e Childhood >
Made Me Well | 5
Mr. Wm. W.' Everly, 3325 North *!
ancock Street, Philadelphia, Pa.,
rites: * c'
"I have been troubled with stomach
isorders since childhood, but after
iking six bottles of your Peruna. I ol
ow en'oy the best or health. I also
ad catarrh in the head, which prao? fc
ca'.'y has disappeared, thanks to tf
10 Peruna Co. for their good work." C
Those who oYeot to liquid medi*
nee ?sn procure Peruna Tablets, > _
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THE HOBBY HB&A1
^V"~T~"Ti i' li .I.n,
[ Ltecal and
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W. K. Wright was in Conway 01m
day last week. "
L. Johnson, was in Conway on business
one day la it week.
J. C. Capps.was among those visiting
Conwtiy on business last week.
H. H. Hodge was among those visiting
Conway last week.
O. H. P. Singleton was in Conwuy
one day last week.
Buy that new mower and rake from
Geo. J. Holliday's Aynor Store. Car
kad to select from.?adv.
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1 Mrs. Perry Quattlcbaum has return
be! t>dm a visit of some length to her
Tatlier, br. J. k. Edgerton at RenderiSdtiviile,
J. W. Cook of Aynor spent some
'time in Conway one day last week. He
is among the leading merchants ni
Dr. and Mrs. Hasclden, of Cades, S.
v., sept. 7th, I'rom 8:30 until 11:25,
gave a lawn party in honor of Miss
Ethel Turbevillc's visiting guest, Miss
Belle Vaught, of Galivunts Ferry, S.
C'. Several games were played, ice
cream and cake were served, and a
large crowd was present. A pleasant
time was the report from all.?The
Lake City News.
Need any new furniture? Then
; ee the advertisement of G. J. Holli.
lay's Ay nor store in this paper. He
has a ear Wi 1 for you to choose from.
M'as Folder of Wilmington, N. C.,
vn; here recently to visit Miss Gussie
M s. M. W. Davis of Marion was a
recent arrival here to visit her neice,
Mrs. J. E. Watson.
Miss Mabel Green, who has been
visiting Miss Cecil McKeithan, left
Wod.r .day for her home at Ashcville,
Miss G ace Hasclncn has returned
from a visit to relatives at Latta,
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A. T. Collins went . to Hendersonville
with his now Buick Six last week
and returned after spending a few
* * *
; You can get Fisk tires from us.
Call when in need. W. B. Chestnut &
Mowers and rakes at factory prices,
See Holiday's Aynor store, to-day.?
W. B. King was away at Henderson
ville for a day or two last week.
m m m m
Miss Mae Goldfinch has returned
frcm a visit to Hartsville.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Goldfinch rec(
ntly spent several days with relatives
at Southport, N. CJ.
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Plenty of flour a*- the Aynor Stor >
of G. J. Ilolliday.?adv.
0 m m w +
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Freeman have
moved into the Howell residence on
5th Avenue and will reside there unt'i
their new dwelling can be completed.
J. Herbert Bate was in Conway this
/ ? * * * *
W. .T. Singleton has purchased a
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Get Fisk tires to fit out the Fords
at W. B. Chestnut & Co's.?adv.
Mvs. R. S. Wellons, and daughters,
Elizabeth and Marie, are visiting
relatives at Rocky Mount, N. C.
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured.
j.v local applications, as they cannot
' each the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure catarrhil
(deafness, and that is bv constiuional
remedy. Catarrhal f)^ifness is
aused by an inflamed condition of
he mucous lining of the Eustachian
Tube. When this tube is inflamed
ou have a rumbling sound or imperect
hearing, and when it is entirely
losed, Deafness is the result. Unless
lie inflammation can be reduced and
\is tube restored to its normal condi- J
ion, hearing will be destroyed former.
Many cases of deafness are
jused by catarrh, which is an infalm1
condition of the mucous surfaces
r the system. , > *
We tvill give One Hundred Dollars
>r any case of Catarrhal Deafness
lat cannot be cured by Hall's
atarrjj Medicine. Circulars free. All
F J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
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ID. OOWWAY, 8. 0.
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Miss Mabel Norton was a recent
visitor at Mullins. . '
Mayo Dusenbuf-y of Hopewell, Va.,
spent some time here with his parents
Gary Harrelson was among the far- J
mers visiting Conway last week.
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A. A. Lewis, of Loris, was among
the visitors in Conway Wednesday.
Mr. Lewis stated that this was his
first trip here in nine months.
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W. K. Lupo, of Green Sea, was ,
among the visitors to Conway Monday.
H. W. McNeill, of Nixonville, was
in Cenway the first of the week oh
Winter Rye and Abrruzzi Rye el
Holiday's Aynor store.?adv.
IN.pular Young People Get Married '
at Harmony, North Carolina.
Cupid played pranks with "an
n< uncements," when on Wednesdnv
j Sept. <">th, all unannounced save to the
' parents of tho bride and a few
friends, at 8:110 o'clock a. in., Mr.
Thurman Mishoe lead to the altar
Miss Dahlia, only daughter of Mr. .J.
V. Baggarly, of Harmony, In1. C.
The bride was becomingly arrayed
in mouse colored satin, charming y
brightened by her bouquet of pink
killarney roses. The groom's siste1',
Miss Mishoe, was her only attendant.
Rev. Ovid l'ullen impressively ticcl
the knot with the ring service. Immediately
after the ceremony, Mr.
and Mrs. Mishoe left for the mountains
of the "old North State." Conway,
S. C., will be their future home.
The groom holds an enviable position
with the A. C. L. Railway and *s
one of Conway's most promising
young men. The bride greatly be-j
loved by an extensive'circle of rela-l
tives and friends, possesses much per-1
scnality. Her future home will be the
richer for its acquisition of Mrs.
The touch of romance is added .n
this marriage by the circumstance of
the groom's joining his colors, so soon
as a blissful fortnight elapses. The
sadness of the parting will be tem-l
pered by the glory of the offering of
the fine, young'life, when his Country
calls for the emancipation of suffering,
abused humanity. The young
wife is. of too fine- a type of womanhood
to selfishly withhold her chiefest
treasure. We wish for him exalted.
recognition of his service; and for
both, a happy reunion not remotely
Harmony, Iredell Co., N. C.,
September 8th, 1917.
Revival services will begin at San>
d^ Plains on Sunday at 11 o'clock and
continue with preaching every night.
France will not compromise on the
question of recovery of Alsace and
SECURES A PROMOTION
Mr. W. B. Coxo, of Marion, who
| has been representing the Mutual
Life Insurance Company of New
York, has accepted the position of '
Cashier for South Carolina, in Greenville,
S. C., of the Old State Mutual ;
Life Assurance Company of Massa- '
Mr. Coxe, is not only well known
here as a live wire in the . Insurance business,
but. his cordial and affable
nature has secured for him a lnrrr.-.
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number of friends.
The State Mutual is one of the Oi l '
American Companies and is to be con- a
sratulated upon securing the services a
or such an efficient Insurance man. d
Office Days Every
Saturday at HORRY DRUG CO. ;j
Conway, S. C.
Office Days Every Monday, >0
KIRBY'S PHARMACY, *
Mullins, S. C.
LYCURGUS A. WOODRUFF, 1!
?G. 0. P. T.?
Eyesight Specialist. ad
SAW MILL MANAGER
Mtv W. F. Alexander was driving
* Ford car into Conway last Monday,
and was passing one of the crossings
at what is known as the "Y," the
place where the locomotives of the
Atlantic Coast Line are run round on
a wide three cornered space and thus
turned round; when the engine which
was shifting at the time, struck the
rear end of the car and turned the
automobile completely round about
twenty feet away. The automobile 1
was considerably damaged, but Mr.
Alexander and also the colored man
who was riding with him at the time, .
both escaped injury.
U,it PATROL BOAT
VISITS THESE WATERS
The yacht, "Hob-caw" of Georgetown,
now used in the naval service
in the p.itnol of the Atlantic Coast,
vistied Conway the first of the week
in charge of Cant. Ik T. Daggett an
Knsign Giiliard 01 Georgetown, iS. C
The business of the boat was to see if
all the boats in this section are li
censed under tlv legulations of war.
under which each boat from the small
est to Co largest has to declare
v.T.< re it belongs.
After finishing this work the "HobCaw"
will be "somewhere" on the
Atlantic Seaboard, doing duty i'o
Washington.?To relieve congest,
tion at ports the exports administrative
boai'd today waived until Octohc
1 the requirements of port licenses
for shipment of raw cotton to Great
Britain, France, Italy, Japan an-'
their colonies and to Russia.
Cotton was put on the list of commodities
for which export licenses arc
required along with many other com
trcditics a week ago. It was found
however, that cotton was piling uj
faster than applications for licenses
could be handled.
Before securing board while attendp.ig
the Burroughs High School, yoi
will do well to see Mrs. Fannie Olivei
or. Dog Bluff Iioad, in sight of Schoo
AKK H)l' NEKVOFS?
Maybe There is n Cause For It Tha
You Can Correct.
Many wh0 suffer frofn bac'vach
and weak kidneys are unnalura.ly i
ritabid, fretful and nervous. Not en'
does constant backache "got or tl
nerves," but bad kidneys fail to el i
unite all the uric acid from the sy
tern, and uric acid irritates the ncrv
es, keeping one "on edge," and can
ing rheumatic, neuralgic pains. ^V'be
suffering so, try Doan's Kidney Pill.1
the medicine so well-recommended b
Conway people. Road this Convva.
Mrs. R. W. Fane, Conway, says
"My kidneys were out of order,
had pains in my back and was sor<
and lame at times. I had nerveu
headaches and dizzy spells. Doan'.
Kidney Pills relieved mo of all sign
of kidney trouble."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy?get
Doan's Kidney Pills?the same that
Mrs. Lane had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.?adv.
All person3 are hereby forbidden t(
hunt, fish, or trespass in any way
upon my land in Green Sea township
known as the Henry Mincey place.
Persons so doing will be dealt with
according to law.
it pd?9-13. ?K. H. SEALS.
J FT YOUR CORNS
OFF WITH FINGERS
Tells how to loosen a tender
corn or callus so it lifts
out without pain.
You reckiess men and women whe t
re pestered with corns and who have ..
t least once a week invited an awful I
eath from lockjaw or blood poison
re now told by a Cincinnati authory
to use a drug called freezone,
hich the moment a few drops are
pplied to any corn or callus the sore
oss is relieved and soon the entire
>rn or callus, root and all, lifts off
itil the fingers.
Kreezone dries the moment it is
tplicd, and simply shrivels the corn
callus without inflaming or even ^
ritating the surrounding tissue or
in. A small bottle of freezone will *
st very little at any of the drug **
ores, but will positively rid one's
et uf every hard or soft corn or n
Honed callus. If your druggist
iWt anv freezone he can get it at ^
iy wholesale drug house for you.? Gi
... U ,?,J1UX
NEW DEM. AGENT
OFFICE IS MOVED
Will be at Court House Hereafter,?Herald
Dear Club Members:
I am sure you will be glad to learn
that we have an assistant Home Detn.
Agent for Horry County, Miss Alma,
Lewis, of Galivants Ferry, has been
appointed to fill this position. This
means that many more places in the
County can be visited, as we now have
two agents instead of one. We also
have a new Farm Demonstration
Agent, Mr. Odell Davis.
The Home Demonstration office
v ill he moved from the Spivey Building
to the Court House, where all the
Demonstration forces will have an office.
If at any time v.e can servo,
you in any way, come to our office n
the Court House, or 'phone us. We
arc anxious for club members, housekeepers,
teachers, and farmers to
help us make this a successful year.
Space will be given to Demonstration
work each week. Look for information
as to gardening, farming, etc.,
in the Demonstration column.
Thanking you for your co-operation
in the past, and hoping to see you
soon, 1 am,
ANNIE M. DEKHAM,
Home Dcm. Agent.
ST KICK L.* N D?STKOl'I). '
Judge J. S. Yaught was called on
be fore breakfast last Friday morning
to marry Miss Lucy Strickland to
Mr. Burroughs Stroud. They both
came from Lloyds section of the
After breakfast the father of the
young lady called up the Probate
Judge's Office to ask that he issue no
license to the parties, but the knot
had already been tied and it was too
late to render any objection.
The Quinine That Does Not Affect th3 Head
Because of its tonic and laxative effect. LAXATIVE
BROMO QUINIJME is better than,ordinaty
Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
ringing in head. Remember the full name and
look lor the signature of E. W. GROVE- 30c.
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE.
Notice is hereby given that the undcrsigned
M. M. Fennell, Guardian of
Robert L. Fennell, will apply to the
Judge of Probate of Horry County, at
his office at ^nway, S. C., at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, on Monday,
the 1st day of October A. I). 1917; for
a final discharge as such guardian.
M. M. Fennell,?Guardian
of Robert L. Fennell, Minor.
August 23rd, 1917.
There have takenup at my place
two hogs, one sow and one barrow,
both hogs black colored, sow is
marked underbit and split in left ear,
two undersplits in right, other unmarked.
Apply and pay charges to
J. M. TYLER.
Galivants Ferry, S. C., R. F. I). 3.
.OST?Brindlc Cow with white spots
cn side and white face. Crop and
splits in each ear. Strayed from
Aynor about July 1st. Any information
will be paid for by J. W.
'OOK. Aynor, S. C.?adv?lt-pd-9-13
I'AKEN UP?One dark heifer yearling
with short cromply horns.
Owner can get same by proving
and paying charges. J. C. CAPPS,
Galivants Ferry, S. C., No. 1.?adv
i'AKKN UP?At my place, one dark
red barrow hog, marked smooth
crops in left ear, split and two ?inderbits
in right. Owner can get
same by proving and payings
Charges. L. R. DUNCAN, Peachtee,
'OR SALE?119 acre farm, 10 miles
above Conway on Waccamaw river,
35 acres in cultivation. Light soil,
with clay foundation, self-drained.
Suitable for corn, cotton and tobacco.
On public road, 1-2 mile from
School house, 1-4 mile from church.
For terms and price apply to W. C.
TODD, Allsbrook, S. C., No. 2.?adv
/ANTED OLD FALSE TEETH,
on't matter if broken, I pay $2 to
15 per set. Send by parcel post, ami
?ceive check by return mail, P.
ERL, 403 N. Wolfe Street, Baltiore,
? o ?
rives Out Malaria, Builds Up Systmi
?e Old Standard genera! strengthening tonic,
lOVK'S TASTKI.KS8 chill TONIC.drTree out
alar ia.epricheathc blood.and bullda uptheay*.
m. true tonic. For adults and children. 60c