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For InFants and Children
The Kind You Have
-ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. Awy Buh
samburaar WMR9 Bears the
iWssaossors or Over
-'. CopW of Wrmppei =M~.~ @~
you want to get'rid of that. COLD or LAGRIPPE 4
F ust-purchase tr.lve of our Capsules, compounded by
s. If taken as diiected and they fail to cure, we will
adly refund your money
IKS - DRUG STORE.
51 Fr Sale
For CasWor on Time with Appiroved
Nitrate of Soda,
~ - Acid Phosphate,
Sand Ammniatad. Fertilizers with or with.
Eout Potash. Better see us before placing
wl 11111 OIL, ILLI
Manning, S. C.
T HER E IS A
Our Mule Pen, Buggy Repository,
Harness and Wagon Houses are Full.
We are today doing business with
a thousand satisfied customers who
were directed to us by their fathers
* Fourth Car Mules
- to arrive next Monday.
A look, and our price, and goods make
you a customer-Guess the Reason.
D. M. Bradhiam & Son
TO T1tF~TMES OFFICF.
The Cossack at home is good-tem
pered, fond of his children. devoted to
his horse, his intimate knowledge cf
that animal seeming to make him the
best horseman in Europe. The ncvcl
ist Gogol speaks of him in high terms
for his faithfulness to a comrade-in
arms: "The Cossack's first duty and
first glory," says Gogol, "is to fufill
the duty of comradeship. Long as I
have lived in- the world, gentlemen
brothers, I never happened to hear
that a Cossack ever left his comrade,
er betrayed him in any emergency."
Elephcar; Gave Sick Soldier a Pill.
In the !..:- d f Ceylon, where there
are a gre% . ::ny clephants, there was
a young ::v.hich had been caught
and tame-d whn it was a little thing.
The doctor s :t a hospital used to take
it round the wards with them in the
mo-rning, vxhen it would see the sick
soldiers take thcir medicines and pills.
One morni.. a native soldier dropped
his pill on :her. In an instont the
elephant i.t::: k up with its trunk,
popped th::h ,i: :to the man's open
mouth, and. with a great puff, blew it
down. The elephant in its wild state
plucks tendar lcaves from the trees
with its t un. fcod growing about
the roots o! tr:es it digs .up with its
tusks. it ikes up water with its
trunk and :-purs it down its throat
When th iis worry. it breaks off
the branch cf n tree, and' making a
hand of its ri, usesz zte ?ranch like
a fan.-!l - .ims Uock of
Owns a Cat With a Long "Recipe."
One of the officers of the Cat club
heard that an east side woman has
an exceptionally valuable cat whiqh
might be exhibized at the forthcoming
cat show, and e.oled beron the tele
phoD-e to inquire about it. -"Yes, he's
a valuable cat," the woman replied.
"Wo wouldn't take.$200 for him. We
paid $50 for him when he was a it
tle kitten, and he's got a long recipe."
-Kansas City Star.
. Nealth Fr:mtesS Happiness.
W'thout health, genuine joy is im
ps).ible: without Lood digestion and
regular bowel movement ':ou cannot
bave health. Way neglect keeping
bowels npen and risk being sick and
ailiir?jYo;u don't have t-. Take one
m- m . King's New Lfe Pills at
niX . . the mrnin. yon wii have a
ful, fr,-e !'o-vel n vemon :l tiel
n-ic' better. Mhrlp-; your^ appetite
a-:d dig :ston. Tre o --e! tn-nigh. At
Two men were drinking together
when the co-versation iurned on how
to feed and train canaries, which hap
pened to b% their profession. They
were telling'each rther the merits of
their birds,- which - were to go in- a
shcw, and bzlth were sure of winning
the prize. At last one of them said,
A a sorrowful tone: "Ah, Tom, if I
had only got the one I had iast week I
Abould not have much trouble in win.
ning, but I had taughlt him to sing,
2 'Home, Sweet Home,' so much to ner
0 fection that the lears rolled down his
0 breast till he got exhausted, fell cIf
his percli and was drowned in his own
tears." "Oh." said Tom, "that's noth
Sing. One night my bird was singing
The Village Blacksmith' so true that
the spark-s flew out of -his eyes, sei
fire ~to the cage, and before we had
time. to put the flames out the poor
little wretech got roasted to death."
'a Welcome' 4formation.
Most middle aged men an l women
Sarec glad to .l.-arn that Foley Kidney
SPills aive relief from lanvuidness. stiff
and sore muscles and joints, puInes
t'na" - yes, backacha, blad ler weak
Sne-- and rheumatism. They get re
Ssalts. rcontain no harmful drugs. ALt
SDikson's Drug Stor-e.-Adv..
. Miagic far itust Spots.
T-'o remove rus;. spots on bathtubs
:and basins and discolo~rations in toilet
:basins end sinks apply muriatic acid
with a mop. As soon as the discolora,
:tion is rcmo'ved the acid should be
thoroughly rinsed oit with clear water.
The acid works like magic; it is al
most instantaneouns in its effect and
the labor of scrubbing is -saved.
Malaria a.d Mo-icnt.
SIndulgence in moonlight serenades
or other noctu:l divers-ions dc'n
in the Panamia Canal Zone is unsafe
3unless or.e is willing to pay the
:penalty i': er;:secuent 1:-etc dloses of
:quinine. Malaria has sc largely in
:fected the Americans in the Zone
3after they have speun. an evening at
Spleasure - resorts, especially in -the
suburbs of Panama. that the health
department has been obliged to issue
a special warnir.; that it is unsafe to
do so. In case nccessity or the
search for pleasure ica.t:cone to so
expose himscif, it is ueid t!-at quinine
Not Feeling "Just Right."
W a n uet tired early in th" day.
hay'- te overftull fel ing. are bil uI
ha;- had b'reaith or sutier from indi]
tion oir co'tstip xti-on you'I wi 11i dF '.e
Cw I' irmi Trablet- quick and c 'iii r
t.at i - in acton. Tfhv are ...hcls '.mp
:mdl healt.n igiving. .\r. L. L.- Levy,
Gre -a, Wis.. says. 'Jhey do not
eripeand teeTeeL is quick :md sure
The ticesL cathatLie. I ever t~ced." A L
Dickson's Drug St-ore.--Ad'.
FOLEY 1RICT ET
geep stmarh setIveAtive-Bywels1efular
Trher~e's a great variety
in the kitchen for cooking
them al in~superior quality
Pots, Broilers, Saucepans
etc., we have in the most a
of the finest block tin, an<
makes them most durable
whole kitchen outfit or an<
WOMAN VERY ILL
Finally Restoredi To Health
By Lydia E. Pinkham's
Bellevue, Ohio.-"I was in a terrible
state before I took Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound. My back
it would break, i had
-1pains all over me,
a ~ I~ nervous feelings and
; : periodic troubles. I
was very weak and
/ run down and was
losing hope of ever
being well and
strong. After tak
- ing Lydiat. Pink
ham's Vegetablo Compound I improved
rapidly and today am e well woman. I
cannot tell ycu how happy 1 feel and I
cannot say too much f0or yourCompound.
Would not be without it in the house if
it cost three times the amount."-Mrs.
CHAs. CHAPMAN, R. F. D. No. 7, Belle
Woman's Precious Gift.
The one which she should most zeal
ously guard, is her '.ealth, but it is
the one most cften neglected, until
some ailment pcculiar to her sex has
fastened itself upon her. When so af
fected such women may reiy upon Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, a
remredy that has been wonderfully suc
cessful in restoring health to suffering
If you have the slightest doubt
that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta!
ble CompoundwiU help you,write
vice. /Your letter will be opened.
read and answered by a woman,
1 nd held in strict confidence.
G.- T. Floyd,
SURVEYOR and CIVIL ENGINEER
Office ovar Bank of Mlanning
1 "6. -Io pav Qsvsz! r'sPA2nox ItS4 ;si;j.
'SAP ti 019 U PId uif.4Od o3algpul
I 'zuulP; Jo as=u A=u nana ol sIls; ajHw3.,tij
!'OZVa it Alnuo punjai II-n 1SrtUB no.&
'ssu l01 9 121 P*JnD) S0ld
Is to be dcreadca. It leads to serious
ailment::. Fevcr. Indigestion. Piles.
Sick Headache. Poisoned System and
Saesoro of other troubles follow.
Don't let Constipation aot;
Ecep your Kidneys, Liver and Bowels
healthy and active. Rid your system
of fermented, gassy foods.
-hin g better than
A2 Druggists 25 cents
sA'I~sFACTION OR MONEY BACE
.ow To Giv Quinine To Children.
I !EnRLINE is the trade-mark nqe given to an
iprovedQ-zinine. ItisaTastel Syrup. pless
nt to take and does not distf the stomach.
Ct'ldren tate it and never knwit is Quinine.
As.o especially adapted to adults who css'not
tphke ordinary Quinine. Does not nser~t5 "r
cause nervousness apr ringit'g in the teqd. T:
Iit the next time you need Quin-- !M .:2 :y
pose. Ask for 2-otunce original tka. .
name FEBRIINE is blovrn inL~ b.. . v:.
A midIdle-aged prim-loc k
with a p.:mderous volur.:
am, entered a crosstow "
relates the Ncw York
must have come from I
the least presumption,
there, for rho imirnediate -
book and began devour
coductor came up and
picse." She, absently - -
from. her book, exclaima
barrassed: "'Oh, I'm so
and! handed him a visit
conductor looked at the
board, first cne side and ... .
er. Finally the puzzled expression Onl
his face relaxed into a grin, and he
said: "See here, madam, this ain't
no tea party."
Cause Much Pain
With painadmisery by
day, sleep-disturbing blad
der 'weakness at night,
tired, nervous, run-down
men and women every
where are glad to know that
Foley Kidney Pills rcstore
health and strength, and
the rcgular action of kid
neys and bladder.
he Qluinine That Dces Not Affect The Head
Blecause of its tonic and laxative effect. LAXA
*TIVE BIROMlO QCININE is better than ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
ringing in head. Remember the full name and
look for the signature of E. W. GROVE. 25c.
f ~sefulI ariticles requj ired
)uOsts, and we have
KgIes, T~ea agd Coffee
Fr-y Pans, Cake fins.
celnt nlakec. They are
fomed in a way that
Whethler you need a
Id thi: g, it is here.
One cf the first judges-real judgez
- of Deadwood put in operation many
odd ideas of corrective punishment.
man wns brought before him
cha>:ged with shooting up a peacefuN
.ce without provocation hiis judge
u:ed to delight in tolling off half a "Thedford's Black-Drught
iozen gocd thots, whose business it isthe best all-round medicine
was to fire all around the accused,
-:-: was made to stand up against lever used," writes ].A.
a wall. The closer the cbots and the, Steelman, of Pattonville, Texas.
r:ore scared the -accrsed the better
the judge liked it. If thr a.-.used "I suffered terribly with liver
demurred against this little tit-for-tat troubles, and could get no relief.
punishment he was fcrmally ordered
to stand up and the maxirmun sen
tence under the code v:ss maeted out sumption. I could not work at
to him. In the case of a priscner who
might not be imlpressed wli the tar- all. Finally I tried
get practice sentcnce there were oth
Lr penalties, such as a fve nlile gallop I FORD'S
on a frisky horse, with "he legs of tBKie
accused Oad ninder the hiorse' s belly
and a saddle made of fair sized stor.es
wrapped in a blanke .Cr his sc-at. Tro..
test against this meant ngmin the ex
treme .code l.unishment.
Origin of O!d Jc.
iiarpcr I has i';aled the
origin of the "standin:; r 1n onl" andtomysurprise,Igotbet,
joke: It wears that there was hard- and am to-day as well as any
ly ever -y furniture in Vhistler-s man."Thedford's Black
house. Hr-- was peculizrly rgrrsinio
niu nr. uatro iids h5 Draught is a general, cathartic,
nious in ile cnatter of chairz. This
led to t. enark of Corny Grain's vegetable liver medicine, that
which became fenxtus. "Ah. Jimiy!I
Glad to see you ph:ying to ,:eh a full has been regulating irregulari
house!" said Dick (Corny) G-raiA when, ties of the liver, stomach and
shaking hands before a Serday lunch- bowels, for over 70 years. Get
eon. while glaring arourd the studio a package today. Insistdi the
with his t:rge, protrad!ng eye-s i -
search of something to sit on. "What
-do you mean?" asked Whistler.
"Standing room only," replied the
vigorati to the Pale and Sickly
I The vedS!dzrd wanerai strenthenius tonic.
1t'.F - -' GRO SE'S TASTLSfPS chill TONIC. drives out
t-n. A true tonic. or adults and children. c
- FIELD DAY
The following program for Field Day has been
adopted'by the Teachers' Association of Clar
sendon Coumpt. I
Field Day in nearly all counties of the State has come to be
rec-ogu Llzed as a very ilmportant day. Clirendon Coutity has en-!
joyed th('so features annually for the piast three years. -
In ordl-'er to vary those features somewhat, and to extend the
benefits and )lecasures as widely as possible among all our peole
it has be-n deemned advisable to have smaller features of a like I
kind conducted at the following- plces at some date the last of
M:! rcb, ( ILe first of April, precefDr the ageneral Field day to be
ht-ld :!t Manninh on Friday, Aprilr 1ea. 1915.
Local arrangements to be lefti to the Pincipas of the schoo s
in aca-h of the following, school g-b;ups, or to committees arranGed
fogn byu tem. s M-70
PaxvilleMGroup-Consisting of Paxville, Pinewood, Big Branch,
HSn. A and n F landc
STheronlo pnssing grm fo Fimeldn Dayi Shain been
Fiedia upCnsisting alf couinias oftEnStteie hamobe
Manonizd Gasoup-CryiinoMannay. J1rdan. Contha Tn
joyedtese Ftrest annulyson, theepas tree, ehootrs.n,
Inor c t ayin thasefeae smht and t etendol the
beef t ener.(susyasideyasd posea.) al u pol
it ase-deme adisabol shol pae isallite r featuresaik
M *-h :r theis oe outlined orcdn the general id day o Abei
hed C Mantyn Boarday, EArion offers eah915.o sh'l
Loca o aranemuedt toad be.f thpie mo-neyai fud thescoids
in ac ofth fllowesizes tco grbps a--gfor bomiteh argedof
fo b hatmne.ec a dp. eecuae
Paxvi hatro theonsitin of plicleineold, i rnh
SummrtoGup -Consariclstg s if lummerton Dat featurn, -and
SardniaGropakngofsiestig oad-ime terpiseo armony,
ocasions, arons aNew frinso aoCarendlr oon. hul
beinien toretond. WisDepreettvssol bre Rehoeoth, tme,
timetoeprsenayordihoo Battneu andou cethe eviencool fte
Th fouowin chlasshtould pula hts ben ecided faupos
~~~teoeouindfor the general ield day o April 6han isugetdfr-cI
scol, untyla foardh oc dcaion ofrs eag~conroup ofeschool
Class A-obe used towrs .te-1 yrs mofne.udpoie
Cls -hrsrsesuis and pa-sf-o~ 2tron els ofpplemetti
Eac sho ensough en t'o make uplwhat atiount maye from edaIi
classtoAth grth es feariz Daes to be ar-anged fohgru of
eac group.)nereahma dot
Eahgoup ill par ticula stes isic aiduposn that ture5, era
eac clst tach school in ternesty reusd t o"try t" it pu
clse pfcneants ofil p ie a som fitieen-fi the ge March.
T~ iees may ene eithr origiass orh sel ed for tahe s
oclasonsl e pton anod fied.soe oaticur pschoof shoull
Ppilswymtitedt ted Rhl ~ -lce steiepresentativessol ecoe tti
tmer toesn y ou c h o ol the g rop contes t thent gru o- ift
Te fo llm ouing~ casi~tin ofpupil thassbee pieced prpare e
for otheeralre~!feur-fu 1u~cut field day wpiill.ad ssggse for eah o
splasg A-Boys ii andCI irls uner 12 elrwis. f age.e t sh
Cn n ll B-Bs ad girl fromJ 12 o15ne, r ount Sug.foaBl
C rntdlst B-of s aten ld rls wrom w5io 18 l e se.age
TEaschers should senco i-ree trepupenies. o ne ino teh l
hcstheu contestl beatvie.~ (aes per be seaing on-b
ch rupnltbenstets.heerpesnaivs nefo
Each ch oo take pa thee cot ail boy cntets aFu-l~pts
tasholdve foitedt-thao there abrove schootgrous, and thr b gea aoeeo
clasefcnesants nc tiir mak up tifeen botri fo r the eakin l cond
hirebs is te ontes for abas he prize foror each hekiis
malpris~-ilbe te gldn tmeai.n-so inther atleie oneuats
onthuocion wof the mentsall fie d.wce sterpeettvs
eThe frmpoue sholkoihenrg contests.o-te cnia fir cay tgrp Manng th
tetfo heicni contest. may-wllb seked ate picc in groeparet I
accornt o youdfreon pie. (igial relnentsd) 0
Ano tli spcontestur will tke plcuintfieild dafte win beia ou
spellowenb bakest ball wtbathe balet.ee is hi soe osh
Le each allhol Sro arE to pBrone Cont pesnt.da for aBa
allted pa-s of otue hredctv w os ihwllb sd
Alleahes sol cnestnotag sheirb puisento inageinlythefoe
the hgnra fiedmp.y staing rojp wand rcool ocossuchl.o
whcontesfothei sholdabeiiation, ad ay oter dathpatkill con
ab ch ustohv! mroup may oo shpe.bt o n agr ersn
tatie raoricalho hbv contests ant-rd rd byS aeisn above
suggesl.te d-deEtranetL~~e iakiOi.
F.sA.Own Pub.hlt Co. Dntests, N. .Teahehud i theremybin etr
pupilsa prie wi bettnge the pinerselins. athler Cntst
onu ath ocon ofithe fero te fiday.ohr, ncsyuhv
acoring ohd youoita iullrrnemnt.
Queen & Crescent R
Lv. Charlestn. ..
Lv. St. Matthews.......
Ar. St Matthews.......
Ar. Branchville .... ...
Ar. Sum merviHe.......
for San Frandiscc Los Au
land, Seattle, Mis wa ukee.
For passenger fares, sc
Southern Railway Ticket -
W. E. McGEE,
Assistant General P4
Columbia. S. C
just a si
- When you
here for a i
clothes or an ov
our object is to . mal
a permanent custot
We know of
.better way to
it thian by
Big economies, caused
turing on a great scale, ke
The lowy price causes a
less per suit and overcoat
We have other clothes,t
begin by looking at STYLE!
all styles, all fabrics.
y ..at the very fellow who begs
for a lock of her hair in the
ip days when be kisses it so
will swear like a trooper if he
ne of them in the butter after
They Don't Know.
talk about what they would do
yhad $1,000,000, but nine out of
eabout it. If they had $1,0Q0,
e first -thing tbey would do
be to lay plans and concct
es for getting two.-Toledo
~It takes time
to till theJ
to make U
No man can prophecy the
ass, failing crops, lost positic
A Bank account is the gre
nt under any condition and
stomers to the fullest extent
eof our customers and enjoy
- depositors. Open your ac<
ill. Start with $1.
PING AR D.ILY
R OF THE SOUTH.
oute. Big Route.
................ .8:00 A. M.
.. 8:43 A. M.
..10.20 A. M.
. . 30:55A. M.
. 11:24 A. M.
12;55 P. M.
10:55 A. M.
.. 9:00 P. M.
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t Chicago with through trains
0eles, Omaha, Denver, Port.
t. Paul and other points West
hedules, tickets, etc., call on
W. H. CAFFEY,
,ion Passenger Agent,
Charleston, S: .
to make a
by buying and manufac
ep the price down to $17..
tge sale. While we make
we make more customers.
oo, but we suggest that you
'LUS suits and overcoats
Keep Pcnies in ice Stables.
A Danish explorer, who has just
returned from a journey across the
inland ice of Greenland, made use of
Icelandic ponies, which he found to
be well adapted to Arctic travel.
AWhen stops were made the horses.
were sheltered in holes cut in the -
ice. Those ice stalls were quite com
fortable, and in severe weather. were
covered with tarpaulins, to keep out
snow and wid The small horses
gave a goo:1 account of themselves,
and will doubtlcss be used extensive
ly in future Arctic expeditions.-P
future. You can't foresea- sick
n, accident or disaster.
test asset ts offset discourage.
ve are always ready to help our
of a Bank's limitations. Become
the privileges we extend to all
ount today whether larege or