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rgbushes All Ctuifl an~d Towvnf.
ficial Ad-, ertisem eats.
1AINN ING. S C., FEB 17, 1915
Received Fresh by Mail.
2c. Per Cake,
On Hand at All Times.
* "Everything Good to Eat."
Mr. G. M. Smith spent ]&-;t Friday in
Hisschmann's sale closes M arch 1st.
Rev. S. A. Nettles3 of Spairtanbnrg,
ws3 in- Mannine Monday. '
Dr. and ifrs. J.1H. Hawkins of Olan
*aspent'Sundav in town.
Di. T. W. Nettles of Foreston, was a
visitor to our town Monday.
- enrember thbe big feature Friday at
tbe'Pastime, "The Lights, of London.'
Mr. Marion Mims a prominent citi
men of Lake City paid The Times offce
A a pleasaat call yesterday.
Married * last .Wed nesdeav afternoon
Mr. Tomnmie Johnsou of 5Frewington,
a nd Mis Madelle Bicnai of Wilson.
;'TheLIjghts of London".- Friday at
tbel'"itime. This :s a great 5ac
melodrama and one that yog shouldt
Manig-will in all probability have,
an Jnp-to~date griat mill soon. and
should it materialize etrery merchant
ql~uld patronize it. _Buy your hommnyC
willwilaiaafew daysstart on tbe
waterwarks and sewerage. Thbe corn
soziis Mav6 bought a lot near the oil
mnilt for the-pumpiwg station, and the
tank wil be on the vacant lot behind.
thei old dispensary.
* there will be a play. tozether with s
music -at the Panola school house,
Fridaynight,,Februar~y 19th. Adults
25cet . Childre 5.-t ike a
State Wa-ehouse Endorsed.
Sumter, F.bruar 14. --Specia:
tilizer and Eeo::omy D ty. the
of which w:as outlice'! in r p
tien issued by Govet ur Ma :
Eebruary 4. was ober:v 1, Lh
ers of Sumter County .%terday,
100 of them gatherinr at the
Houge to discuss the r.wo import:
ject! named in the G -v-r-nor's
mation. Roso:utions wtre adop
dorsing the Stae wa:-ehouse s
the farmers present pldging
selvesto "give no caud'date f
Lezislature, whether i be for t
per or lower brann o: t::b
snppor:r., unless we6r ki-Wi to
frie'nd to the system."
Sumter Man Weds Lady ef Thomasvil
The marriage of Mi-; C. E:
Vche, of Thomiasvilie, Ga . to
M. Wilson,'of Sumt. S. C., w:
emnized at Christ, Churei:. Sav.
Ga., by the Rev. Mr. Taylor, W
day February 10. at 04o:. Immg
ly after i.he cerem ivy a .el:
luncheon was :endered tnein
Desota Hote!. Those present
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wyche. of
asville. Ga , Dr. Edward Wisxt
Miss Mary Wils:n. of Sunter,
Mrs. S. A.' Saville, of Savannah
and Mr. ana! Mrs Edw. C. StohE
Ubarleston, S. -C. After an ext
trip to variOus parts of Fiorid:
Cuba, returning March 15, thei
take up their residence in this ei
Reso!ution of Condalance
Whereas God in his inlnite wi
has visited 'he home of our est,
brother. Benj. P. Broadway. ar
moved his beloved daughter.
Broadway Plowdeh. be it resolve
First. That we humb'y submit
Second. That we, the nembi
he Pinewood Lndge No. 124 Kc
)f Pythias extend our deepei
eartfelt sympathy to our brothe
iis famiiy in their bereavement.
Third. That a copy of these r
ions be sent to Brother B. P. I
vay, and also a copy to the
Pythian and The Manning TimE
)ublication, and that a copy be s
>n the minutes.
C. B. KOLB.
W. D. EPPERS(
F. M. HARVIN.
Building in Olanta.
Olanta, Feb. 14.-Despite th,
ressed ficarcial conditions O~ar
crowing. Brick and other ma
re on the ground for three new
tores, one to be two-story. The,
eing built by E. Willis.
Another barber shop has openi
he Tomlinson building.
At a meetin of the stockholde
he Olacta Telepobne company
ight it was announced that the
any bad made 10per cent on c:
ven though it had had an extr
>ense of $125 on account of sleet
ires. A dividend of 10 per cent,
rdered.paid the stockholders at
Sam Young is havinr built six i
pgs for rent. The demand for
gs and store rodms has always
reater than the supply.
Ne" streets are being opened u
Id ones lengthened.
U. W. Tomlinson, who was b1
ut a few weeks ago, will soon opi
gain for business in the olt resto
The Alcolu railroad is having
ere a water tank.
Pinewood Banks Consolidated.
Pinewo:>d, Feb. 10.-Special:
ranch bank here of the Fari
ank & Trust Co., of Sumter, de
eently to discontinue business, sa
ank of Pinewood has taken over
Miss Bertha Grimn, of the To
ospital of Sumter, spent a -day
ight at Pinewood recently with
arents, Mr. and Mrs. S G. Griffi,
Mr.,.Gladstone Moore,of. s .egia
as been visiting his sister, Mrs.
3roughton here, left a few days a;
fount Airy, N. C., where he will1
,while before returning to his
Mrs- Venton Bridges and two
rent of Jonesville. are on a vist bi
irs. Bridge's parents, Mr. and
Miss Mae Griffin spent several
f the past week at Davis Station,
Miss Julia Sistrunk of Man
ho has been visiting at the hor
irs. C. W. Bates, returned to
ome on Wednesday.
Mr. Theron Stack who for the
everal months has been workii
Cingstree is at home for a while.
Mr. Legrand Geddings of Si
pent a day and night in town
We have had very good weathe
last few days.
There was a very good numb
inday school Sunday afternoon :
3arrow school house.
The Ray Literature society g
-alentine party Friday after
rhich was enjoyed very much by
There will be a good number of
>f tobacco planted this year, and
nuch cotton for 1915. Why not
nore corn and have better sto<
ork, and raise a big penful of h<
Dr. W. J. Langston of Colu
he State organizer of the Missi,
aotist churches, will speaka
ames Baptist church next Sund
n , at 11 o'clock Feb. 21, and a]
be Barrow graded sgchool house
,fternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Rev. J. W. Truiuck, will be at
>laces also. The main Ieatures
3arrow school house is the song
ice. The public is cordially it
o attend both places.
Notice to Creditor
Ull persons having claims agains
~state of A. L. Lesesne, deceased,
>resent them duly attested, and
~wing said estate will make pay:
o the undersigned qualified adi
rators of said estate.
W. T LESESN:
LIZZIE C. LESE
~eb. 1, 1915.
Fancy Selected Sto
do ... . --r -M- ---Wm. -
1r ) Backache
Cour Miss Myrtle Cothrum,
et sub of Russellville, Ala., says:
,ed en- "For nearly a year, I suf
estem, fered with terrible back
them- ache, pains in my limbs,
Dr the and my head ached nearly
be ur. all the time. Our family
b? a doctor treated me, but
only gave me temporary
relief. I was certainly in
le Ga., bad health. My school
teacher advised me to
hn The Woman's Tonic
SC., I took two bottles, in all,
and was cured. I shall
enled always praise Cardui to
i and sick and suffering wo
will men." lifyousufferfrom
pains peculiar to weak
women, such as head
ache, backache, or other
msom, symptoms of womanly
emed trouble, or if you merely
re- need a tonic for that tired,
. nervous, worn-out feel
to his ing, try Cardui. E-65
esolu- The regular meeting of the Claren
> oad- don County Teachers' Association was
S. C. held in the court houseSaturday. There
s for was a large turn out of teachers from
all parts of the county to enjoy the ex
cellent features of this meeting. Be
sides the teachers there were several
interested visitors present.
The exercises- were opened with
prayer by the Rev. G. P. Watson.
tee. The account which appeared in the
county papers for the last meeting
was read and adppted as the minutes.
ade- The program was then entered into
i which consisted of the following fea
tis tures: "Mistaken Aims in Teaching,"
terial by Miss Helen Malone, Principal of
br ick the Davis Station school; "How Best!
. are to Develop a Love of Study," by Miss
Lessie Strange of the Oakdale school;"
ad in The Teachirg of Drawing in the Coun
try School," by Miss Eiizabeth Het ron.
rs of of the Fcreston sciool.
Com- Upon the conclusion of these ex
COm- cellent pane-rs, a motion prevailed that
I ial duolicate copies' be prepared of each
i ex and that they be published in the two
and county papers.
was Prof. Patter-on Wardlaw of the
once. South Carolina University was then in
Iwell- troduced, and for more than an hour
well- entertained and instructed his audi
been ence with a most complete discourse
and on the problems incident to the szhool
p library. The speaker said that he pre
ired ferred to talk with the teachers on
.anedp these problems.
n up He appea'red to handle the subject
ant from eyery point of view, showing the
built se, the selection, appropriateness for
the various grades-tne .inistakes us
ually made in the selecting of a library
-the teacher's responsibility in
proper selection, and the proper man.
The agement and use of. He showed why
ers' the average school library does no
ioed prove of greater value to the school1
n The and the commumity.
their He showed how by the iight use and
'selection, and manaaement; the school
smey library could be made a force for good
and in every community.
.her He cited examples and incidents to
2. show how it has been, and how it can
,who be worked.
J. J. He stressed the importance of more
o for attention being given to reading in
pend our schools
home Thesr are a few of the points cover
ed. The exercises as a whole were forI
chil- professional advancement, and cannot~
re to fail to do good where any of the ideas
Mrs. have lodged in the minds of those who
are anxious to advance, themselves in
davs their profession
with The publication of the school journal
was carried over until the next meet
se of The same committee on program
her was continuedifor the next meeting.
The March meeting will more than
past likely be the last one for the session.
2g at as the various Field Day' exercises
will tak-e the place of the April rceet
this "How can we best develop the love
The first and probably the most es
sential thing it study is the learning
of the art of concentration. The elim
r the lmiation of the other thoughts and the
concentration of the mind upon a given
er at subject, is secured by the exercise of
.t the will power, for example: We are told
that ilr. Edison. the great inventor,
ie a became so absorbed in his work as toI
noon,i go for two days without sleeping and
all. Iwith little or nothing to eat-so eager
acres was he to reach his goal. Without ex
I not iercise of will power the mind is unable
plant to fix itself upon any subject and is.
tk to very much as Oiivcr Winget Holmes
gs. savs: "Like an Omnibus. ready to
mbia, stop the minute anyone ods at it. fromt
nary the curb stone."
t St. Concenstration may be compared to
ay a. an express train with definate orders,
so at that goes. plunging through the dark
n the ness heedless of all danger, intent up
pon making its next stop ou schrdule!
both time, Clearness of puirpose in study ia
at the very important in deve:o;.::g th l*i
ser- of study.
vited Many people are like men who do
not know how to swim, thrown sudden
k-. ly into deep water, they become suiTo
cated in their struggle and for-getful of
everyihicg save of a frantic desire to
S, keeptheir heads above tbe water. The
;t the expert swimmer has some purpose
will when be dives into the water and
those makes towards a given point. If we
ments are studying mathematics we should
inis- try to even reomember that we need to
master its principles in order to con
Sduc- business or necessary calculations
SNE. involved in any sort of successful
'career. All study is for the purpose of
k - Government Inspected
and Bliss Triumphs
25c. STORE, IN C,
ilt For Less,"
getting somewhere. rehenmg ,.m
Clearncas of pmpose is an esseotza
to any rea! love of study. The cultiva
:ion of be irmt:iuation is essential
any so.rt of enthusiasm for study. I
one is io ,tudy history he nust use hi
iaination, to place hself amid ti
scenes of which he is readingr. Abilit,
t do this can give one all the plensur
(J foreign trav-l and a line apprecia
tionl wh come,; from enjoying n.
Alove all, I would say a e,:e-Nity it
cultivating a love of study is the reali
zation that through znudy we get a fi:
ness for the higim' service in life. n
one of the %:: s li:t we are inade ti
meet the l 'er's use and pr-ep:areJ
unto every gond w".
Itch relieved r. 30 miiu-tes by Wonl
ford's Sanitary I-rimn. Never fails
Sold by Dickson D:-a Co., drua~ists.
5or 6 doses 666 will break any cast
Fevea or Chills. Prica, 25 cen.-;.
BEST TRUCK SED-Grovn espec
ially for seed. Any variety tho fol
lowing:Cucunmber 55-c lb; Cantelonpe,
Rocky Ford grown. 55c: Melon, War
son, 40. any other Meleu 35;--Tomatc
$1 35; Okra 25: Cora, Weevil-proof,
i.ig yielder, dollar peck, busbel
thice. Cotton,upland long, sel.ling
14c, heaviest yie&der, dollar fifty
bush-I. Profit lifq to five huudred
dollars acre trucking. Send 4 cents
stamps for instructions. L. A. Stoney
Allendale, S. C.
5 or 6 doses 666 will broak any case
of Fever or Obills. Price, 25 cents.
Fifteen thousand -Baby' Chicks for
Saie-Youngstrain Single Comb White
Leahoi-ns only. I will hatch 1,000 or
more every threes weeks -throughout
the year. Place your orders now. 10.
each in any quantity. Eggs for hatch
ing 91.00 per 15; 85.00 per 100. A. C.
Davis. Davis Station, S. C.
Fer Fire Iosurance see R. C. and C.
I W. Wells.
FOR SALE-New cron pure Georaia
Cane Syrup. at 32c per gallon, in bls.
W. H. Davis, Augusta Ga.
Did you hear about THE BATTERY
of Sumter, S. C. it will be open for
LOST-Setter, White with Lemon.
Head and Ears. Slightly manged
around neck and feet. Reward offee
ed for return of same. Last seen. in
Summerton. Ransom S. Richardson,
Pinewood, S. C.
For Tnants and Children
In Use For Over 30Years
Signature of 44 f-~4a
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Hartsville Oil Mill, Plaintiff
Alexandet- DuBose, Defendant.
Upon reading and aling the Petition
of Alexander DuBose herein,
IT IS ORDERED, That Hartsvile
)Oh Mill and all other creditors of the
aid Alexander DuBosesare. hereby re
uired to appear before me at my .office
n Manning, South Carolina, on the 4th
av of March, 1915, at 11 o'clo,:k in the
forenoon, to show cause. if any they:
ave, why the Difen-iant, Alexander
uBose shiould not be dischargted 'friom
ustody upon complying with the'fpro
isions of Chapter C. of Title. V. of
olume I of the 1912 Code of Laws of
outh Catrolina provided forethe rief
nd discharge of prisoners as insolvent
IT IS FURTER ORDERED, That
he said Alexander DuBose be brought
efore the Court, for exa'min itionl at the
aid time and, place.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, That
copv hereof be published once 'a
week for three weeks in the. Manning
[imes, and that a copy be served forth
with upon the Hartsville Oil Mill.
GIVEN under my hand' ana seal of1
aid Court at Manning. tbis the 9th day
f February, 1915.A.I ARN
As Clerk of Court of Common Pleas
or Clarendon County, South Carolina.
-Try This tor Neuralgia.
Thousands of people keep on suffer
ig with Neuralgia. because they do
ot know what to do for it. Neuralgia
s a pain in the nerves. What you
ant to do is to soothe the nerve itself.
Apply Sloan's Litiment to the surface
ver the painful part-o-not rub it in.
Sloan's L'niment penetrates very quick
ly to the sore, irritated nerve and .al
as the inflammation. Get a bottle of
loan's Liniment for 55c of any drug
ist and have it in the house-against
olds, Sore and Swole Joints, Lum
ago, Sciatica and like ailments Your
oev back if not satisfied, but it does
ive il most instant relief -Adv.
, 6Tender Conscience.
t.Macariu, -.as criginally a cua
icioer in Ai::xandria. He withdrew
rm tra.de arad took up a life in the
desert. devoting himself wholly to re
VeOu ., thouight. His conscience, it is
sad, became so tender, that having
once killera gnat- that Ipit him he
immediately haste.ed, in a penitent
mect?, to a mar-;h which abourded in
great flies, a torment even to the wild
boar. Hie exposed himself to these
nsects six months, at the end of
which trie his body was a mass of
sores, and lhe could only be recognized
by his voice.
It Realy Does Relieve Rhenmatism.
Ev~ers bdy who is afticted with Reeu
matsm in any form should by all
means ke a bottle of Sloan's Lini
ment on banid. The minute you feel
o-in or- soreness in a joint or muscle,
bthe it w'ith Sloan's Liniment. Do
not rub it. Sloan's penetrates almost
immedately right to the scat of pain,
reiving the hot. tender, swollen feel
ug and making the part easy and comn
fotable. Get a bottie of Sloan's Lini
merat for 25 cents of any druggist and
hvit ile house--against Col.,
Sore and swollen Joints, Lumbago,
Seiatica and like ailments. Your mon
ev~ back if not satisfied, -hut it does
ivte almnot instant r-elicf. Buy a bot
te ao-day.-*-A dv.
ITre Soldier's Ignorance.
The soldier's igncrance is not always
restricted to the place in which he is
fighting. The prospect of having to
regard the khaedive as an enemy re
minds one of an anecdote of the Sudan
campaign. It was after the fall of Om
durman; the khalifa was being pur
sued, and there was a false report thai
he had been captured. "Hooray, Bill,'
one Briti'sh soldier was heard to shout
o another; "we've got the bloomin
aydiff!'' Tommy was in charming ig.
norance cf the fact that he had been
marchrg under the khedive's flag
ver since he had. started on the cam
NOT GIVE UP
ThoughSickand Suffering; At
Last Found .Help in Lydia
E Pinkham's Vegeta
Richmond, Pa.-" When I started i
taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable;
Compound I was in a,
state of health,
had internal trou
bles, and was so ex
tremely nervous and
: prostrated that if I
had given in to my
- feelings I would
e 'have been in bed.
-As it was I had
hardly strength at ,
times to be on my
feet and what I did .do was by a great
effort. I could not sleep at night and
6f course felt very bad in the morning,
and had a steady headache.
"After taking the second bottle I no,
ticed that the headache was not so bad,
-I rested better, and my nerves were
stronger. I continued its use until it
made a new- woman of me, and now I
can-hardly realize that I am able to de
so much as I dos Whenever I know any
woman in need of i,. good..medicine I
higlily praise Lydia E.-Pinkham's Veg
etable ConpoInxd." oMis FRANE
-CLARK, 3146 N. 'Tlip Si, Richmond,Pa.
Women'Have Be'ei Telling-Women
for forty years how Lydia E.Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound has restored their
health when suffering with female ills.
This accounts for'the enormous demand
for it from coast-to coast. -If you are .
troubled with any-ailment peculiar to
women why don't you- try. Lydia E.(
Pinkham's .Vegetable Compound? It
will pay you to do so. Lydia E.Pink
ham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.
Of The Successful Busi
Is a good one to follow; you can't o
far wrong if you walk in his footsteps.
-No man of afirs today is without a
commercial bank account; no business.
however small, can afford to be without -
oi. If von have not an account, Let ini
line for success by opening one with
Iome B k ik d Tust Co
-o!ds Are-Often Most Serions Stop ? osslble.
~ . Complications.
~~The disregard of a Cold has oftec
broughtmany a regrer.. The fact of
Seezing,.Coughing, or a Fever should
be warping enough .that your sysiem
Ineedsm iedie'tG ~ati'tn. Certainly
inss.of Sleepwis mo a, seridas. It is a
waripg given .by Nature. It is man's
iuvto himselfto assist by doinig hi
part. Dr. King's New Discovery is
baed on a selentific analysis of Colds,
560c, at your Dr'aggist. Buy a bottle to
- --- -- --.
-.Cities'With Nine L.ives. . b
'The teaching of history is that a t
city'- is hard to kill. For instance, u
London has been decimated five times lt
by plagues, in addition to .visitations f<
of typhus, cholera and other epidem- .c
ics. She has been burned more or s:
less several times. Paris has gone g
through eight sieges,.ten famines, two a:
plagues and one fire which devastated 13
it.' ' Rome has been swept by pesti- u
lence .no fewer than ten times. She -
has been twice burned and six timoc V
driven to submission by starvation!
Constantinople has been burned oun
nine times and has suffered from fos d
plagues axid five sieges.
The Liver Regulates the Body A Slaggish *
Liver Needs Care.
Someone has said that people writh
Chronic Liver Complaint sh6uid be
shut up a-.vay from humanity, for they
are pessimists and see through a '--lass f
darkly." Why? Because mental s-.atest
depend upon physical states, Bihous
ness, Headaches, Dizziness; and Consti
pation disappear -after usinozDr. King's
New Life Pills. 25c, at your Druggist. ;
Land ci Babel.A
The region of Transeaucasi, has
the most curious mixture of races of
any district in the world. It is, i--yd, 1
a huge ethnological na . Of its
ten million inhaiants only half a tall
lion e aiuscovites, though all, of
course, are sub&Wccis of -the caiar. Acsi
millions are Tar'tars, two mIions Ar-~
menians, two millions Georgians, and a
the rem~ralnder are Turks, Kurds, Per
sians and members of mirnor hation- t
alities, varying in race, language rend
creed. It has been estimated thet no
fewer than sixty languages are cur
rent in the Caucasus between Mount
Elbruz and Mocunt Ariarat.
Stop That Cagh--Now.
When you catch Cold, or becum to
Cough, the first thing to do is t k
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honev. I. oene
trates the linings of the Throat anl
Lungs and lights the Germs, -f the~ D.
ease, giving quick reliof :todl n*~-ted
healing. "Our whole f~i'y nd
on Pinel-Tar-Honey for A'uh : M
Colds." writes Mr U X Wi.o R/ni
ilton, Ohio. It always hn. -) at
- wec offer One Hni--IdX D Lrs 0,ar fo:
F. J. CH"ENUi-X '. : is.T-o
We, the under-si;: *- bv-.: r: ' a
for the last 15 ;acr- -'nd-bleeompre::
honorable in aihns r~~tl :E iu
-cially able to c- rry out - 'i - b. n~ 7: :
gists. 'Tole-do. (.
-Hall's Catarr h C ire .t e ne lyatn
directly upon the blo'od ia muco~n u ic' tA
the system. Prie 7.e. per 0t. I. ;id by u
pr..ait. Tstimon l sire
C-- old ase Dreanntra Pnenmoni.
i. o. rDYnf. . O.7: 1 o 1uR AN
PURDY & O'BRYAN,
Attorneys Counselors at Law
MANNING, S C.
IV.C. D.\V IS. J. W. WIDEMAN
DA V IS & WIDEMAN,
ATTOTINHYS A T ,A W,
MANNING. S. C.
On First-Class Real Estate
01 crtge ge s.
Puly & .O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Manning S. C.
0. EDWARDS. H. M. PERRITT
, DWARDS & PERRITT,
)Yue Over Home Bank and Trust Co.,
MANNING S C.
Lt Alcolu until January 1st, 1915
G. T. Floyd,
URVEYOR and CIVIL ENGINEER
Office over Bank of Manning
. H. LESESNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MA NN ING. S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING. S. C.
)R. J. A. COLE.
Upstairs over Bank of M anning.
MANNING. S. C.
Phone No 77
)R. J. FRANK GEIG ER.
MANNING. .. C.
)HN G. CAPERS, (o.South Carolina).
- Ex-Conmissioner Internal Revneu
APERS & WRIGHT,
AT ORNEYS AT LAW
. Evans Building,
WASHINGTON,. D. C.
Is to be dreaded. It leads to serious
ilments, Fever. Tndigestion, Piles,
Sick Headache, PR oned System and
a @co of other troubles follow. -
Don't let Constipation lest.
Eeos your Eidneys, Liver and Bowels
healthy and active. Rid your system
of fermented. gassy foods.
Nothing bettor than.
All Druggists 25 cents
SATISFACTION.OR MONEY BACE
Keep Ponies in Ice Stables.
A Danish explorer, who has . just
!turned from a journey across the
land ice of Greenlan-d, made use of
elandic .ponies, which -he found to
t well adapted to Arctic travel.
7en stops were 'made the .horses
ere sheltered in holes cut in the
e. These ice stalls~ were quite comn
rtable, and in severe weather were
>vered with ,tarpanuins, to keep out
tow and wind. The ismall horses
a~ve a good account of themselves,
d. will doubtless be used extensive
-in future Arctic expeditions.-Pop
ihenever You Need a General Tonic
'The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
tilli Tonic is equally valuable as a
eneral Tonic because it contains the.
ellkiown tonic propertiesofQUININE
i IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
it Ma4laria, Enriches the Blood and
ai.. i.~p the Whole System. 50 cents.
The Drawing Room.
"We have had a dreadful time with
ther!" exclaimed the socially ambi
ious young woman. "I thought he
las very kind and indulgent." "He is.
lut now and then he gets terribly
tubborn. He would insist on saying
sittig room' instead of 'drawing
om.' He said we'd have to show
tim a reason before he'd change his
ray of talking any more.' "Did you
ake him change his mind?" "Yes.
Ve inally convinced him: we were
ight by reminding him that It was
ie only room !1 which the chimney
ould draw."-Washin::icn Skr1.
low To Give Quinine To Children.
EBRILINE is the trade-mnark name given to a
proved Quinine. It is n Tasteless Syrup, pleas
nt to take and does not disturb the stomach.
hildren take it and never know it is Quinine.
.so especially adapted to adults who cannot
tke ordinary Quinr.c. Does not nauscate nor
use nervousness nor ringing in the head. Try
;the next timse you need Quinine for any pur
ose. Ask for 2-cunre original package. "hie
ime FEBnRIINE is~ blown in bottle. 25 cents.
Words of Great Fighters.
Great fighters have been able, at
ritical moments, to address their men
2 wods that inspired them with fresh
pirit for the~ fray, and encouraged
hem to face frightful odds with a
:ondence born of their enthusiasm
lat carries all before it and almost
iins the fight before it is begun. Our
>wn history, as well as that of the
,ld world, Is filled with striking in
stances. Who can recall without a
thril Farragut's command to- "Go
ih'ad " when warned of the presence
af torp.edoes in the bay? Or Grant's
calm response, "We prcocse to fight
t out along these lines If it takes all
low To Give Quinine To .Children.
EBRILINE is the trade-mark name given to an
aproved Q'ininc. It is a Tasteless Syrup, pleas
ot to take and does not disturb the stomach.
hiidrn tasn it and never know it is Quinine.
LSO especially adapted to adults who caonot
ke ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor
ause nervousness nor ringing in the bead. Try
tthe next time you need Quinine for any pur
ose Ask for 2-ounce original package. The
Lame FEBRILINE is blown in bottle. 25 cents.
Pies Cured in 6 to 14 Days
iour druggist will refund money if PAZO
DINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching.
3lind, Beedingor Protruding Piles in 6to l4 days.
02 1 GASTORIA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
M 0 Bears the
nT essandest.Containisneil O
I __ Use
oAperms se r s edyfnyU1sfip
." nsI:: adLiossorsa" For Over
Exact Copy of Wrappei TNt CtNTAUR CUPMANT. UCW YOl CIT.
A COLD CURED !
If you want to get rid of that COLD or LAGRIPPE I
just purchase twelve of our Capsules, compounded by,
us. If taken as directed and they fail to cure,, we wil
gladly refund your money.
DICKSON'S DRUG STORE,
Make up your mind to take just so much out of your next
pay and put it in the Bank, then get in the habit - of -doing it
If you will make a little investment now and then with
good hab'ts of money you will be repaid in rich dividends,
among them, comfort, respect and wealth. Start with $1.
The Bank of Manning.
BUY YOUR CLOTH FROM
2c. A Yard !
Yours for Bargains.
K AT Z OF F.
Two Car Loads of Buggies and Surries and
Two Car Loads of One and
Two-Horse Wagons to be
closed out at and
10-1S14 D. C. SHAW c0., "EMTER.