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in the morning I heard
about Cardui," writes Mrs.
Elmer Sickler, of Terre
*ladte, Ind. "I tried Car
4W, and it helped me
;reatly. Now, I doniy own
Washing and ironing."
The Woman's Tonic
Cardui is a mild, tonic
remedy, purely vtgetable,
and acts in a natural man
4ieron the delicate, woman
tJ constitution., building
up strength, and toning up
the'erves. In the past 50
years, Cardui has helped
You are urged to try it
because we are sure that
it will do you good.
At al drmg stores.
is mythology Parnassus, a mountal'
in central Greece, was sacred to t1<
muses. The Delphian sanctuary o
Apollo was on Its slope, and from be
tween its twin summit peaks dowe(
the fountain Castalia. the waters o
which were reputed to Impart the vir
tue of poetic inspiration. The highes
pesk. 8,0GS feet. was held sacred t
Bacchus and the rest to Apollo and thi
muses, whence the saying of young p0
ets "climbing Parnassus."
Just to be good, to keep life pET
from degrading elements, to- make I
constantly helpful in little ways t,
those who are touched by it, to keel
one's spirit always sweet and -avbid aI
maimer of petty anger and irritabilit
is an Ideal as noble as It is dift
c UVZ ward Eoward Griggs.
'Vde," said a mother -to her smal
dallter, "why Is It that you an
yo4S little brother are akrays quarrel
"I don't know" replied Sadie, "un
less I take after you and he take
after papa."-Chicago News.
Jage-Were you present when th
trotfble started between the man an
his wIfe? Witness-Yes, sir. I wa
at deir *eddin', ef dat's what yC
'Thbe average modern play," said:
playwright. "calls inl the $rst act fo
all our faith. in the second for all ou
hope and In the last for all our char
What strikes the reader of the
cient boos on cookery is the meut
of whioe pigs. whLole oxen and so on
i 'igg" was a very fashionable d
and was cooke'd in many ways. U,
is a re-ipe fro:n "Dyverse BaI
Metys," a fifteenth century cooki
book: "To tuake a Pigg rye: Takt
pigg and sealid it and slit in the 11
die and take out the bones, season
with pepper. s:llt. cloves and maee a
nutmegs. Chop sweet herbs fine w
the yolkes of two or three eggs :1
some plumpl- currant. Then lay I
one half of the pigg into the pye, R
the herbs ai2 %1rrats and salt o'
it and some %) t-r. Then lay the o
er half of the pigg on top of that.
and the rest ,f the herbs and curra
on the to" with soie btteer, and
bake it; you aay eat it ot or cold."
Hez Transiated It.
The gener,, anagrr of the Ba
more and hio rai ro:d was ridimg i
freight enLgi ull the Cuuberland
Iision of that road a short time a
The train was a heavy one. made
of refrigernator cars loaded with i
nrnximumn toum-ge for th.e engine
they approsened a grade the engini
leaned o-.r to the lireman and yell
"Warm her up. old tallowpot. wa
her up. S!an a potpie into her
she'll be katish to take the big dip
"Will you tindly translate that
me?" asked the manager.
"Why sure." said the engineer.
told him to slip some chow to her
she'll razzl1e-daz.le the hump."-Ph
delphia Saturday Evening Post.
Curbing Her Tongue.
"What if I do get my senten
mixed up?" asked the wife. "Al
body can understand with any sel
what words mean."
"Not always. my dear," explains I
patient husband. "For- -example,
you were to tell me to lay my hE
flat on the pillow that would be Cl
enough. but if you were to teTl me
iav my fat head on the pillow t]
"But I would be too- polite to co
right point huma~ out to you like the
pretests th, :_d wife.-Chicago PC
Letting Off the Air.
Bill W 1gus attends the same chui
as Deacon Longslip. but be seems
be sore on the deacon for some r
son or other. The deacon is a gr
hand to talk in crass meeting. but
talks don't go with Bill. The ot]
night the deacon was giving his exp(
ence in a loud tone of-voice when I
said to the man sitting next to hi
"You hear that old fool? Maybe 3
think he is saying something. but
isn't. le has a puncture; that is a:
"That new salesman thinks he kno
as much ab.out our business as I d
said the head of the firm
"Well." replied the junior partn
"maybe he does. He told me coi
dently he wouldn't think of eati
some of the things we are putting
the market."-Wasington Star.
A poetess asks. "Oh. where d<
beauty linger?" 'Ve think tliat we :
breaking no confidence when we re:
that in these artistic times it genera
lingers on the toilet table until the
puts it on with a brush and a powi
:n ALCOHOL 3PER CE.%T.
t .i ness and Rest.Containsneiter
NOTNAR CO TIC.
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' ed un t od1
if Exact Copy of Wrapper.
1> Pl owden
We desire to call the attenti<
W CXarrick Freses. Virgian French
Sdisplay in our window. We havy
~.duct. and we guarantee our patrc
of genuine Imported French Olis
- (Successors to T
S Should know all about
* CYPRESS DOOR
Your dealer will tell yot
~:better, taken less paint and
~* If there is no dealer con
+ us for estimates.
Nl frs., of Cypress 5
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2 The Standard Rai
$ Accoung Uveiling Colu
D.C., Jun. Sth. the Atlant
Sthe above attractive round
Ju'ne 0th and 7th and I
SWashington. D. C., before
STo reach originai startmn
3 night,. June 12th; nless tic
a ardson, Special Agent. 141l
a ton, D. C., by original pur
3 Si 1.00, extension final limit
H * ing, July 12th, 1912.
S For schedules, reaerv-a
I $ se local agent, or address
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
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Os i, fis resn*ndnwo
soe tagec fot lasts oer, plok $
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hash, aDorsn Baymnds.e
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What Ther: .n - .
Fror on-. t :::
may be prd::dui --
20 gallo:s :
pounds of :: :
coal tar wil *: - 1
heavy - '. a. ~ap1~I~
low. C..3 pel:n's f n.l-h.-:!i'. -4.75
pounds na-v -.2' s :
phenol. 1.2 i:;unds ;:urie. 1.1 loa:da
hanzjne. 1.1 pount!:; of aiine. 0.77 of a
pound tolu0de. .,; of a pound of an
thraclte and 0.1) of V. poud ta!uene.
From th h::cr Is obtained the sub
stance knoTwn as r.accharine. which Is
20 times as sweet a; the best cane
sugar. one part of it giving a very
sweet taste to 1.000 inrts of water.
IT a ton of cool be used in this way
there is a bigger proft in it than if It
be sold for buringiiu in a range.-New
Historic English Churchyard.
The Church of St. George the Martyr
is famous for the eminent men buried
In its churchyard. for this was for
nany years fle b-urial place of prison
ers in the Marshalsea und king's
bench. and illustrious prisoners were
common there. Bcnner. bishop of Lon
don, died In the M.Iarshalsea and was
buried in St. George's churchyard, and I
here., too. are hurled Itushworth, clerk
of parliament in the days of Charles I..
and the inmots Cocker. whose arith
metic book we'ni through a hundred
editions. The parish register records
the marriages of Lilly. the astrologer, (
and General Menk. This parish regis
ter narrowly escaped destruction. for
at a publi'- vestry in 17 ' it was re
solved to -sell ito Mr. Samnel COrter all
the parish pa-pers in a uIump at three .
halfpence per pound."-London Chron
A Terror to Cr:.crs. C
A speaker in tei hous:- of commons C
has to address "the most 'hilling. L
nerve desting auder.'e i:a the a
world." E-ven such a coat headel. sel
soned orator :z .ohn B11r;ght ouce s:!d.
towvard the e:d of his enee- . t:o. "I
s : i st to be a:ha::id of m;y- a
self, 1 b th ac't hit~ I ineve.r rise s
in th:> lo::a' -:1. a ltm:ng : t
tho. !tes and a ctr. J s!: th::t somet t
Lcdy eise would c ah the sIe:cer's
eye and enable me to sit down again." '
And Disraeli, who bW::ted that ht L'ad
no nerves. declared: "The blare of n
trumpets, a thousand kuokcrs-on. have
Induced men to lead a forlorn hope.
Ambition and one's constituents have 'J
nduced men to do a far more desper
ate thing-speak in the house of com
Dege'Traised 0; Ougglers.
Tutian bUgdes faunently train
dogs to iset in *eP traband work
According 4 a eport from the Italian
customs ofirlia. the dogs pressed Into 1
the smug;ii:: service are first submit- e
ted to rigorous training on Swiss terr!- b
tory :Anti after being ill treated by one F
of the s:nugg!ers attired as a customs (
olicial are driven across the frontier
Into ltal-v. Here. meeting with great a
kinless from the smugglers, the ani- t
mals soon distinguish between friends a
and foes. After a time the canine con- s
federnes are taken over the boundary f
to Switzerland, where they are loaded
with excisable articles-sugar, tobacco
and spirits-and set free to make their
way back to th~eir friends' quarters
over the Italian frontier.
Everything of the best fci'
the personal wear and adorn -
ment of both sexes.
We fill mail orders carefully
Charleston, S. C
There's Money In It For
Sale of Personalty.
Pursuant to an order of J. M.
Widhamn, Jndge of Probate, we
will sell to the highest bidder, for
ash, on Saturday, Lhe 25thi day o
June, 1912, at 11 o'clock a. mn., at
Pinowood, S. C., the following per
sonal property, to wit:
One Cow, one T wo-horse Wagon,
Corn, and a lot of Household Furni
Administrators Estate of Alfred
onyers, Deceased. -
Pinewood, S. C., May 2, 1912.
STATE OF SOUTH G'AROLINA
County of Clarendon.
By James M. Windham, Esq., Pro
WHEREAS D. E. Turbeville and.
John F. Turbeville, made suit to me
to grant them Letters of Administra
tion, of the Estate and effects of
S. (C. Turbeville.
THESE ARE THIEREFORE. to cite
and admonish all and singular the kia
dred and creditors of the said
S. C. Turbevilie, deceased, that they be
and appear before me, in the Court of
Probate, to be hcld at Manning on the
23rd day of May, next, after publi
ation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause. if any they have,
why the said administration should not
Given under my hand, this 7th day
of May. A. D). 1912.
[sEa.) JA.\ ES ?.l. WINDH A M.
JIudige of Probate.
We solicit your
Cleaning and Pressing
work, and promise prompllt ande
good service. We have employ,
ed pressers and cleaners with.
experience, and all work entrust
ed to us will be guaranteed.
Send your clothes to the B~on
Ton Pressing Club.
SThe best in the world. __
~ B~Ei~ ,I.
lood Advice for Manning People.
PeopleI in .iManning who have consti
>ation, sour stomach or gas on the stom
ich, should use simple buckthorn bark,
lA cerine. etc., as compounded in
\dler-i-ka. the new German appendici
is remedy. A SINGLE DOSE brings
-clief almost INSTANTLY because
his simple mixture atntisepticizes the
liges;tive organs ind draws ofT the im
>nrities. Tie Dickson Drug Store.
lo prohibit the mnanufactutire. coi
prunding, sale. barter. exchange,
storing spirituous, walt. vinous,
fermented, brewed or other bever
ages which contain alcoho!.
Be it ordained by the Town Coun
cil of the Town of Manning. on and
after the passage of this Ordinance:
Sect ion 1. That it shall be unlaw
ul for any person, firm, corporation,
.ruig store, or ;any other business,
within the corporate limits of the
:own of Manning to manufacture,
.ompound, sell. barter, exchange,
tore up, and keep in his, her, their,
)r its possession, any spiriu:>us,
nalt, vinous, fermented, brewed
whether larger or rice beer, or Jaina
ca ginger) or other liquors and bev
rages, or any compound or mixture
:hereof which contains alcohol and
s used as a beverage.
Provided, that prescriptions by
-egularly licensed physicians may
:e filled in accordance with the re
luirements of an Act of the General
Isseibly of the State of South Car
>!iua, approyed 2nd March. 1909.
See. 2. That any person convicted
>f violating the provisions of this
)rdinance as to the sale, barter, ex
:hange. or giving :Lway of any of the
rticles herein prohibited shall be
ined in a saiu of not less than $10.
lollars, nor miore than one hundred
lollars, or imprisonment for not less
han 10 days nor more than thirty
See. 3. That any person or persons,
irm, corporation, drug store, or drug
ompany, convicted of the .violation
f this Ordinance by the manufact
ring, compounding, keeping or
toring in his, her, their or its pos
ession for unlawful use and disposal
ny of the articles herein prohibited.
uch store, drug store or business.
hall be declared a common nusiance.
ud in addition to the penalty pre
cribed in Seerion 2 oft ih is Ordinance.
he license to sueh business in the
own of Mannini of such person.
rml or corporation or drug store
hall be revoked.
All Ordinances or parts of Ordi
ances inconsistent with this Ordi
ance be and are hereby repealed.
Ratified in Council May 1st, 1912.
A. C. BRAU)HAM,
2. M. WELLS. Mayor.
cholarship and Entrance Examina
The examination for the award of
acant scholarships in Winthrop Co!
!ge and for the admissiou of new stud
ots will be held at the coun:y court
ouse on Friday, July 5. at 9 a. m. Ap
licants must be noC less than fifteen
ears of age. When scholarships are
acaut after July 5 they will be award
d to those making the highest aver
ge at this examination, provided
bev meet the conditions goveruing the
ward. Applicants for scholarships
hould write to President Johnson be
re the examination for scholarship
Scholar-ships are worth $100 and free
ution. The next session will open
~epember is. 1912. For further in
rmation and catalog ne, address Pres
dent D. Dl. Johnson. Rock Hill S. C.
Notice To Tax Payers.
I will be at t he City Hall, Manning,
L C., from May 15th; to June ist.
912, for the purpose of- taking tax
eturns for the town, for the year
912. Th e penal ty of 25 per cent, will
>e added for all non- returns. By ort
er of Council. T. M. WELLS,
Notice of Discharge.
I will :.;'ly to the Judge of Pro
ate for Cim en-don County, on the
rd day of .June, 1912, for letters of
ischarge, de bonis non, of
state or Ash by L. Burkett, deceased,
L N. BARWICK, JR.
Pinewo-od. S. C.. May 2, 1912.
rhere 's No Pro
tection To Life.
A serious accident may occur to vou
Lt any timre. Insure yotur life for the
>efict of those who are dependent up
m vou No one can atford to he with
>ut a Life Insurance o:- Accident Policy.
lou owve it to yourself and those de
endent tupon you to provide against
Manning, S. C.
ME FRUiTS OF WISE PROVISION
n youth come , home to you in old age.
\ rairny day is sutre~ to comei and y ou
hould he sure :o pr.>vide for it..
START A BANK ACCOUNT
.nd watch it grow. Our muethods of
:aking your- money grow fuly explain
d if you inquire here~
[he Bank of Manning
W oodn en of the Wo.V 0
.M;ee-ts on irst M.Jcday iihts at
3i0. t:Sv~~u ivtCJ
C. R. Sprott, F. D. Hunter,
President and Treas. Vice-President and Sec. 3
IlHNOIL L11 ~0
Manning, S. C.
Cotton Seed Products
If You.Are Puzzled
as to where you purchase a Suit to the best Ad
vantage-try us. Our stock is tbe most complete
in towtn, 'our prices are reasonable. so why not
give us a trial.
Judging From Appearance
all our customer are well satisfied ,to do their
Spring Bnyving here. Experience has taught
them that this is one store where perfect treat
~ Coton' Throw Proucsy
Goo warin apare an hosehld urnshigs impy -
bec us th y h v-ec m t i e o a e .W ec n m k
-.bmlk ewb u oer rcs f LAIGo
L a i s' k rt . .. . .. .0-p.1 50 u
CIHilge Poradtieizrs....s.5u.25 up
Blanets Youble.. Puzlend
sFor furhere omto purhae afor fee bet ad
IKin turns pie arne, rearaleson why C.t
I padingm oelemor Appeaorupiane Ie
pall or custoer areellusatisfhedbest.oWehar
wel! i toseveyuin heny Eaperc hand s ht
busie"o tathsn square debss"Wee paefc tnrea
God ourin upprl andinessinveryoln funsig siuarantee
becauety ae boe s tained or faed We ca : ak :
CLEANKYO andORES DYAnd FAVRS.
GeBreadhamis&$125 up. indaup