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A Draft-You Catch Cold-Then Foilows
Especially in the piercing pain
of neuralgiA. or the dull throb of
headache ia Sloan's Liniment
wonderfully relieving. Laid
tighty on the part where the pain is felt, it gives at once a
feeling -of comfort and ease that is most welcome to the
Hear What Others Say:
-IS6 There are no Liniments that equMLI Sloan.. 'My hi. land tZs ncrl~ Vecry
ft sm he rubs Sloan's on his fac'and that is te lst of rs'-m . BrMMe
out. 1, Bot 121, Hafs, Tenn.
- I have used Sloan's Liniment for family use for yea= and would not be without
We have aised a family of ten chidren and have used it for croup and all lung
trouble, Am, a- a ant ie o w h child have a, great many, t
eant beaLt MY wife siain last -amxaer and it was in bad sa
Mlan ? Liin t ple en b er to t* s fot as ever in a week. I have udit
"-John bR. No. t,Keokuk, roun.
It m ~ Make rtIsevi&e Lumbago, I fim- Sprais ad
a SN iu rit- Prce2se. Andealer. Sendfour
camin awrafTiAI. B0'TT12. Sent tomaymadress in the U.S
I M EARL S. SLOAN, Ic. Dep.B. Phladelphia, Pa.
kI.ACOLD CURED C.RF
PA ABSOLUTELY 6UARANTEED.
If you want to get rid of tha COLD o0 LAGRIPPE
swpurcbase twelve of our Capsules, compounded by
us. If taken as directed and they fail to cure, we will
adly refund your money. -
Nr CasN or on Time with Approved
Nitrate of Soda,
IT:> Acid Phosphate~ -
4 ii Ammoniated Fertilizers with or with
uPotash. Better see us before placing
g or order.
II OIL ILLI
Manning, S. C.
;TH E RE IS A
Our Mul'e Pen, Buggy Repository,
Efarness and Wagon Houses are Full.
SWe are today doing business with
athousand satisfied customers- who
Swere -directed to us by their fathers
~ Fourth Car Mules
to arrive next Monday.
A look, and our price, and goods make
you a customer-Guiess the Reason.
9. M. Bradhiam & Son
TO THE TiMFS OFFICE.
Another Chance fcr Hubby.
Advertisment in a paper-not in
the Billville district: "This is to no
tify my husband, who got mad and
ran away without sayin' so much as
a word, that if he returns home and
signs a paper to quit his meanness
and act sensible, like he ought to have
been raised to, which he wasn't, about
all that' I can think of now will be
forgiven, provided, as said before, that
he is a cl-znged man an' will quit rais
in' Cain an' a-doin' of nothin'.-Atlan
Killed By Stampeding Elephant. d
A stampeding elephant trampled
and killed three persons as they were
following a Brahmin marriage proces
sion through the streets uf Badahra,
Bengal. The procession, headed b7
ihe usual band of musicians, had ar
rived at the bride's house when one
of the elephants became furious. The
guests in the howdah leaped to the
ground, where, the bridegroom's fath
sr, a priest, and another guest, were
'ramp'ed to death under the elephant's
reet. Four other persons were in
jured. The elephant was shot on the I
followirg day by a police sergeant
ind the wedding was postponed.
About Sound Waves. I
One of those scientists ,;ho are al- C
ways developing apparent paradoxes t
in thought has come forward with the I
statement that sound itself 'is not tx
traneous, but exists only because of
n.erve. In other words, if the ears of f
the human race were removed tomor- f
row the World v'ould be absolutely E
noiseless to'humanity. The contention r
is that the sound waves, traveling at t
a rate of 1,090 feet a second, create v
iuv'eible ripples in the air just as a I
pcol ripples when a rock is throwr
into it. The gi-eater the force of these
waves the louder the sound. But there
is n> noise until these sound waves
strike the sensitive nerves of the ear.
Thus, reverting to the original proposi
tion, the air waves themselves would
be noiseless did they not operate in
conjunction with the human sense of
Beath rrcmotes Happiness.
Without health, genuice j'y is ir
passible; wlitheut good digestion at
regolar bowel movement you cann
have health. Why neglect ke-piJ
howels open and. risk being sick an
ailis? You don't. have to. Take ot
,m A0 Dc. King's Nrw L fe Pill.;
nigr., in th:- norn.ng %ou wii; have
full. free bowel 'm:vement aud fe'
much better. Hhelps y'utd-appeti;
and dig-tst on Tre ire to-night. A
A!! Draog' - A -.
Two men were drinking together
when the conversation turned on how
to feed- and train n-naries, which hap
pened to bs their profession. They
were telling each _ther the merits of
1 their birds, which were to go in a
shcw, and both were surd of winning
the prize. At last one of them said,
in a sorrowful tone: "Ah, Tom, if I'
had only got the one I had last week I
should not have much trouble in win-%
ning, but I had taught him to ing,
'Home, Sweet Home,' so much to per
fection that the tears rolled down his
breast till he got exhausted, fell off
his perch and was drowned in his own
tears." "Oh," said Tom, "tlhat's noth- 1
ing. One night my bird was singing
The Village Blacksmith' sa t'rue that i
the sparks flew out of his eyes, set
Sfire to the -cage, and before we had I
time to put the flames out the poor
little w retch got roasted to death."
Mo'.t iddle aie-l men and womnen
Iare o'ladi tin learn th~E Foley Kidney
P~l.. si relief fr'ont languidness. stilT
aspd so-ie mnuscles and joints, puffness
i -e ees backsch'. badiler weak
new an.d rheumatism. They :et t
si 'ots. Contain no harmful droge. A t
Diekson'ts Drug Store-Adv. i;f~
Made for Aust Spots.
T o remove rust spots 'on bathtubs
and basins and discolcrations in toilet
basins and sinks apply muriatic acid
with a mop. Aa soon as the discolora.
tion Is removed the acid should be
thorcughly rined oa with -clear water.
The 'acid works. like magic; it is ~al
most instantanecr.3 in its effect andi
the labor oif scrubbing is s5aved.
* *Malaria an.d Moonlight.
indulgence in moonlight serenades
or other nocturnal - diversions down
in the Panama Canal' Zone is unsafe
unless one is willing to pay the
penalty ir saliscquent l.arge doses of
quinine. Malaria has sc largely _in
fected the Americans in the Zone
Iafter they have spent an evening at
pleasure resorts, especially in the
suburbs of Panama. that the health
department has been obliged to issue
a special warni:r; that it is unsafe to
dgl im. 1::e r~z ncessity or the
search: idrt 1,1easure lcais one to so.
expose himself, it is saidJ :i-at quinine
Not Feeling "Just Right."
W eu .u get, iired eaip in the div.
ha.v..; o uver'fu I feel in:, are bi 1us
h .v'e 4.d br-eath or suife' froem jidi -
tin ori e'o :stip iti-ml y' a w l fi'-m F .1ey
Cal a -tic Tablets quick and c-idor-:'
t 1 - in action 'Thev are who'es >me
aind healtin giving. .\r. L. L. Levy,
Grecax Ba'y, Wis . says. "They do noj
erip~e and their (eet is quick and sure
The fleest cathartic I ever used." Al -
iiekson's Drug S ore.-Aid .
FOLEYf:M - A2H TALEIS '
:Kep Suiamach Sweet-liverActive-BowelsReguilar a,
There's a great variety of
in the kitchen for cooking p
them all in superior quality.
Pots, Broilers, Saucepans.
etc., we have in the most exc
of the finest block tin, and
makes them most durable.
whole kitchen outfit or an od
YHAT $10 DID
OR THIS WOMAN
he Price She Paid for Lydia
pound Which Brought
Danville, Va.-"I have only spent ten
>llars on your medicine and I feel so
much better than I
did when the doctor
was treating me. I
don't suffer any
bearing down pains
at all now and Isleep
well. I cannot say
enough for Lydia E.
ble Compound and
I Liver Pills as they
have done so much
for me. I am enjoy
ig good health now and owe it all to
our remedies. I take pleasure in tell
ag my friends and neighbors about
hem. "-Mrs. MArrIE HALEY, 501 Col
puhone Street, Danville, Va.
No woman suffering from' any form
f female troubles should lose hope un
il she has given Lydia E. Pinkham's
egetzble Compound a fair trial.
This famous remedy, the medicinal
ngredients of which are derived
rom native roots and herbs, has- for
rty years .proved to be . most valua
le tonic and invigorator of the fe
iale organism. Women everywhere
ear willing testimony to the wonderful
irtue of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
If you have the slightest doubt
hat Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegeta
confidential)LynnMaSs., for ad
ice. Your letter will be opened,
ead and answered by a woman,
6nd held In Strict confidence.
G. T. Floyd,
URVEYOR and CIVIL ENGINEEE
Office over Bank of Manning
US qs- Pzzc ;osva saMDt uotlddz ,S.g Qnj
;4ePt09 ut seojupn1ODlplu'~
RuJqqi jo sAr A=n an oz s~un imaaiIc
12Wd J! LAQo= 'punpa ll3.L ISIMIURz =r02L
141c1 vl 01 9 Ul pQoflo s9J~
I tobe dreecd. It lead to seros
ailments, Fevor. Indigestion. Files.
Sick Headeche. Poisoned System and
a score of othor troubles follow.
Don't let Constipation last.
Keep your Kidneys, Liver and Bowels
heal:hy and active. Rid your system
of fermented. gasy foods.
All Druggists 25 cents
SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK
iow To Give Quinine To Children.
ERLTNE is the tradle-mark name given to an
uproved Qiine. It isa Taseless Syrup. pleas
t to take and does not disturb the stomach.
hildren tahe it atnd never know it is Quinine.
.iso especially ndsp~ed to adults who cetdzot
ske ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor
mase nervousness nor ringing In the head. Try
he next time you need Quinine for any pur
ose. As.k for 2-ounce original package. The
ae FEBRIINE is blown In bottle. 25 cents.
A id2dle-aged prim-~lcoking woman
'ith a panderous volume under her
tm, entered a crosstown car today,
relates the New York Times. She
mst have come fromn Boston, or, at
.he least presumption, bean born
here, for she immediately opened the
yok and began devouring it. The
ondutor came up and said: "F7are,
lease." She, absently loohing bp
rom her book, exclaimed, a bit em
>arrssed: "Oh, I'n so unthoughtfl,'
tnd handed him a visiting card. The
~onductor looked~ at the piece cof card
>oard, first one side and then the oth
r. Finally the puzzled expression on
s face relaxed into- a grin, and he
aid: "See here, madam, this ain't
o tea party."
cause Much Pain -
- da, aleep diaturig bind
der weakness at night.
tired, nervous, aun-dawn
men and women every
wherenare gladtokcnow that
- Folcy Kidney Pills restore
health and strength, and
the regular action of kid
neys and bladder. c, -'
Ki ' Pills
!e Quinine T!hat Does hot Affect The Hean
ecause of its tonie and laxative effect. LAXA
IE BROMO QUININE is better than ordinary
uinine and does not cause nervousness nor
nging in head. Remember the full name and
ok for the signature of E. W. GRovE. 25c.
useful articles required
urposes, and we have
Kettles. Tea and Coffee
Fry Pans, Cake Tins.
ellent mnakee. They are
formed in a way that
Whether you need a
:-hi g, it is here.
India's Aluninum Wealth.
India offers a great field for fviure
supplies of aluminum. There are
great deposits of laterite and bauxite
from w;hich aluminum is derivej. It
1S said that the Indian product could
be placed on the market at a igure
but little more than half that <:f the
present quotatioi. The use of this
metal is handicapped by the cQst at
present, and if the metal could be
secured at a lower cost its field of
usefulness would be greatly expanded.
There are many comparatively ac
cessible points where factories for the
extraction of aluminum could be h)
Poisonous Snakes Disappearing.
The non-pcisonous, harmless snakes
are rapidly destroying the poisonous
.ierpents throughout the world, say ex
perts e- reptile life. In a fight 'o a
anish, it is declared, a whole nest of
-erorous "rattlers" would have lit
.e chance against a single husky
c I ;n-mike
The Valuable Quail.
The most expensive meat In Ame:
ica is that of the ,quailbm The price
the bird may be m'oderate enough, bi
the loss caused by killing it is a
other matter. Competent authoritie
etsimate thst each quail is worth froi
$10' to $25 to the American farmer, a
a destroyer of insects and devourer (
weed seeds. This is particularly -tru
in those parts of the South afflicte
by the boll weevil. Quail are a
fond of weevils as weevils are of co
ton, and more than one farmer he
noticed that when his fields are we
stocked with quail. the cotton crop :
safe. There is liabl.- to be some ver
vigorous game preserving in Dixie, 0
economic grounds rather than fR
sport, during the next dozen years.
The following program
adopted by the Teach
Field Day in nearly all c
n1 cognized as a very important
joyed th' se features anmually f
In oniter t6 vary those feat
benefits and pleasures as widel
it has be: n deemed advisable t<
kind conducted at the followint
M- b,.nar the first of April, pr
hlazt .Manning on Friday, At
Local arrangements to be j
in each-of the following school
for by them.
- Home Branch. Silver, G:
Grove, Cross Roads, Pai
Sardinia Group-Consisting c
Oakdale, Salem. New Zi<
Manningr Group-Comrsisting o f
-Harvin, Foreston, Wils<
Holladay, Baywood. Thi;
Hicks, McFaddin, Barrir
care to enter. (Sunny-sk
Each g roup of schools sho1
in additian to the ones outlined
The County Board of Educ
Five dollars to bessed towards
that the teachers, trustees. pui
amount with enough to make u
necessary. All these prizes to
schools in whatever manner ea,
Feeling that the art of pub
among our pupils, particular s1
to this end, eaph school is earni
pls in the speaking of pieces a
These pieces may be eithe
occasions, the patrons and friei
be invited to attend. Represer
time to represent your school a
The following classiticatior
for the general field day April
school, as well as for the occais
Class A-Boys and girls i
- Class B-Boys and gtirls fr
Class B-Boy~s and ii-is fr
Each schbool should send t hree
class, to the group) contest. feat
Each group will be entitled
each class, to take part in the<
It should be noted that the
classes of contestants, n ill imal
Tils gives tre entries for
class will be either a gold meds
Pupils who hy mnert shall
either from your school to the
test. for the conumIy contant. i
an enti. ely differ eut piece~:. (Or
Ae\nother I.specia l fea tu reo
spelling contest~ in which the b
any and all p)upils. Sen'd to E.
printed list of fifteen hun:dred
Teachiers should en~couragt
lowing exercises: Running big
ing high jump, standilng broad
which contests should be divid,
-Each school group may se]
tative for each of the ab-ove coi
Vaane may be' tilled at
tests. aid thew athletic contests,
without the proper' nu.nber ofc
sireable- in the contests for the
Small prizes will be griven1
on the occasion of the general
The speaking contests for
onriday April 16th. wllt begir
spe .ag contesti. Dmnner will 1
acc,rding to your own indlividu
rTe athletic contests will ti
followed by basket ball, base be
Let each school group arra
:all the patrons of your respectia
All names of contestants si:
the general field day, stating fi
ones are from, their classiticatit
!able us to have matter s in good
Send names to County Supi
M. Edge, Alcolu, President Sel
Note; Entertamnment books
the oratorical contests maybe c
cago, Ill. The Eldridge Entert
*F. A. Owen Pub. Co.. Danisvilk
pupils at once in getting up the
logues at once, either from~ thes
othingo- n hand suitable.
No doubt you are if
t ysifferfrom anyof the
numerous ailments to
which an womenaresub
ject. Headache, back
ache, sideache, nervous
ness, weak, tired feeling,
are some of the symp
tors, and you must rid
yourself of them in order
t feel well. Thousands
of women, who have
been benefited by this
remedy, urge you to /
The Woman's Ionic
Mrs. Sylvania Woods,
of Clifton Mills, Ky., says:
"Before taking Car dui,
I was, at times, so weak I
Lt could'tardly walk, and
1-1 the pain in my back and-'
h e a d nearly killed me.
n After taking three bottles
of Cardui, the pains dis
)f appeared. Now Ifeel as
A well aslevdr did. Every
suffering woman should
try Cardui." Getabottle
- today. E-68
n Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
I The Old Standard general strengthening tonic.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out
Malana.enrichestheblood.andbuilds upthe sys.
tem. A true tonic. For adults and children. 50e
for Field Day has been
rs' Association of Clar
ounties of the Stale has come to be
day. Clarendon County has en
r the past three yqars.
res somewhat. and to extend the
y as possible among all our people,
) have smaller features of a -like
r places at. some date the last of
eced:nii the general Field day to be
-il, 16th, 1915.
ft.mc the Principals of the schools
groups.- or to committees arranged
Paxville, Pinewood, Big Branch,
ange HaU,7 awd Pineland.
of Summerton, Davis Station, Oak
oa, Richbourg, St. Paul.
fSardinia. Enterprise, Harmony,
n, Barrow, Clarendon.
Manning, Jordan. Alcola, Trinity,
nf. Deep Cr-eek, Rehoboth, Line,
~pen, New Harmony.
of Turbeville, Coiger, Gamnble,
au, and the line schools if they
l and Central.)
d plan its ow'n literary features
for the gener~al field day on April
tion offers each group .of sechoolsI
the prize money fund, providied
is, and patrons supplement this
p what amount may be deeme'd
be arranged for by each group of
1ic speaking should be encouragedl
ess is laid upon that feature, and
stly requested to "tr'y out" its pu
some time the last of March.
original or selected. On these
d of each narticular school should
tatives should be- chosen at this
the group contest event.
of pupils has been decided upon
'6thb. and is suggested for each
n of the group contest fe:itures.
~der 12 years of age.
ow 12 to 15 years of age.
om 15 to 18 years of age.
representatives. one from each2l
re. (Dates to be arranged for by
o ihree representatives, one from
-e f ar iesholgo~s and three
:e up tifteen entries for the general
me(h class. Trhe prize for .each
. (2r some other prize of equal
U(~-elected as the representatives,
rup contest, or at the group con
V plaa~k the same piece, or prepare
ginald or seliected.)
the~ county field day will be ai
t speller wins. Tis is open to
J. Browne, County Supt. for a
ords which will be used.
their pupils to cngage in the fol
1 jump, running broad jump, stand.
ump, and racing contests, all of~
d by age as per the speaking con
[ect both a boy and a girl represen
itests, and dived by age as above
ny time, both for the speaking con
so that there may be no features
>ntestants. This is especially de
prizes for the speaking.
e winners in the athletic contests
Lhe general field day at Manning
at 10:30 o,clock, followed ,by the
eserved about 1 o'clock in groups,
k place immediately after dinner,
nge to provide. a pleasant day for
>Ud be sent in promptly before
'om what school or schools such
)n, and any other data that will en
. E. J. Browne, or to Miss Beulah
tool Improvement Association.
containing suitable selections for
rdered from T. S. Dennison, Chi
;iinent House, Franklin, Ohio.,
N. Y. Teachers should aid their
proper selections. Order Cata
fims, or others, in cae you ha~ve
THROUGH SLEEPING CAR D \iLY
PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH.
Queen & Crescent Route. Big Route.
Lv. ChaIston. .....................8:00 A. M.
Lv. Sunimerville ....................8:43 A. M.
Lv. 13rinchville..... ................10.20 A. M.
Lv. Orangeburg.....................:5' A. M.
Lv. St. Matthews................ ....11:24 A. M.
Lv. Olumbia..... .................12;55 P. M.
Ar. Cincinnati ......................10:55 A. M..
Ar. Chicago...-............9:00 P. M.
Lv. Chicygo . ....... .....,8:55 A. M.
Lv. Cincinnati ......................6:35 P. M.
Ar. Columbia...... .................4:45 -P. M.
Ar. St. Matthews.... ................6:05 P. M.
*.r. Oranigeburg.......... ...........6:35 P. M.
Ar. Branchville...... .... ............7-15 P. M.
Ar. Siunmerville............ .........8:48 P. M
Ar. Charleston...................... 9:40 P. M.
Ekcellent'connections at Chicago with through trains
foi- San Francisco, Los Angeles; Omaha-. 'Denver, Port
land, Seattle, Mii wau kee. St. Paul and other points West
For passenger fairschedales, tickets, etc', call on
Southern Railway Ticket Agent.
W. H. CAFFEY,
Division Passer.ger Agent,
W. E. McGEE, Charle.ston, S. 0.
Assistait General Passengei- Agt.
Columbia, S. C
We prefer to make a
customer- rather than
just a single sale
- When' you come
here for a suit of
clothes or an overcoat
our object is to make you
a permanent customer of
We know of no
better way to do
it than by
"The sam price the word over.
Big economnies, caused by buying aid manufac
turing on a great scale, keep the price down to $17.
The low price causes a large sale. While we nmake
less per suit and overcoat we make more customers.
We have other clothes, too, but we suggest that you
begin by looking at STYLEPLUS suits and overcoats
all styles, all fabrics. * Come In!
-Tastes Change.KepPre nceSaes
Funny t:hat the very fellow who begs ADaihxprehoasut
a girl for a lock of her hair in thereundfmajunycosth
ourtship days .when he kisses it so.-ln c o reln, aeueo
fondly will swear like a trooper if he Ieadcpnewihh on G
finds one of them in the butter after b elaatdt rtctae
he is married.Whntoswrmaeheose
They Don't Know. c. Teeiesaleeqiecm
M1eu talk about what they would do fraladi eeewahrwr
if they had $1,000,000. but nine out of cvrdwt apuis oke u
ten lie about it. If they had $1,000,-nwadwid h malhre
000 the first thing they would dogaeaodacutofhesles
would be to lay plans and concoctanwilouteseuedeesv.
schemes for getting two.-ToledolyifureAccepeion-o
andnih xplabowhrhs us
t ma eiln c fGenad aeueo
No ma canpropecy When utueos wcade threhosesic.
nes, aiin copospsiinceTe isastwere.utecm
A Ban accont ishe rtbe ased inserethe core
mentundr ay coditoncnd e red aways treadyns to ep our
one oourcustmersand sno t nd privnd.e Te extend torsel
our epoitos. Oenouraen atgodaccu whethe elesc