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Children Cry for FletCher's
The Kind You Have Always Bougt, aid .Ii L been
In use for over 30 yeas has aomic - s_7zre of
~ eand has been nzade un der his per
01 ~ sonal supervision. since its hz -ncy.
Allow nio one to deceve you Li thiz.
Al Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good " -re but
Eerments that trifle with and endan-er te heltir of
Jnfants and Chikdren-Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
(astoria is a harmless substitute for Cn~stor Oil, Pare
gorie, Drops and. Soothing Syrup. It is pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine ncr other .arcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys- Worms
and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it
has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation,
Flatulency, Wind -Colie, all Teething Troubles and
Diarrhea. It . regulates - the Stomach and Bowels,
mestinaa the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The 's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears tWe Signature of
hI.iUse For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
e prefer to make a
customer rather than
ust a single sale
When you come
here fora suit of
clothes or an overcoat
ur object is to make you
a-permanent customer of
e know of no
better way to do
it than by
Big economies, caused by buying and manufac
* turang on agreat scale, keep the price down to $17.
The low price causes a large sale. While we make
* ess persuit and overcoat we make more customers.
Ve have other clothes, too, but we suggest that you
begi byr loo~ng at STYLEPLUS suits and overcoata
aatrlS as; uleL. Come in!
Special for 2 Weeks Only!
Sizes 3 to 4, at
Don't hesitate, if, you are lookmng for a good bar
Just received, a darload of Up-to-the Minute Mer
chandise at extremely low prices.
Yours for A Square Deal,
Two Car Loads of Buggies and Surries and
Two Car Loads of One and
Two-Horse Wagons to be
closed out at and
:s424. D. C. SHAW CO., SUMTER,
Ms Myrle Cothrum,
of Russellville, A!a., says:
"I or nearly a year, I suf
fered with terrible b3ck
ache, pains in my limbs.
and my liead ached nearly
all the tame. Our family
doctor tr2ied me, but
only gave me temporary
relief. I w3s certainly in
bad health. My school
teacher advised me to 5
The Woian's Tenic
I took two bottles, in all,
and was cured. I shall
always praise Cardui to
sick and suffering wo
men." If you sufferfron
pains peculiar to weak
women, such as head
ache, backache, or other
symptoms of womanly
troublc, or -if you merely
need a tonic for that tired,
nervous, worn-out feel
ing, try Cardui. - a
Death by Freezing.
not clearly. understood how se
cold causes death, remarks the
al of the American Medical Asso
. A variety of causes have been
ed to be at work-accumulatiot
bonic acid, paralysis of the vaso
centers, loss of heat, accumula
if blood fn the heart, -anemia of
-rafa, destruction of red c'*
-all of which tends to show
re really do not know anything
t as to the precise cause. The
of death caused bf exposure to
re also poorly understood.' This
cially unfortunate in view of the
that in all northern countriee
of death from freezing frequentl
it themselves for investigation.
o Gve Qanine To Chidren
[Nxisthetrade-mark name given to an
ake and does not disturb the stomach
take it and never know itis Quinine
X-cially adapted to adults who csano
nary Quinine. Does not nauseate now
-vousness nor rining Inthe head. -Try
!t time you need Quinine -or any Dwr
Lk for 2ounce original Package. 7"he
BRILINE is blown Inbottle. 25 cents
New Market '::- ivory.
:ugh in recent years the -ivory
ted; into London has deer ased
tling cif has been caused by a
narket having baen created by
ming up of the Congo free state
'ry coming from that region is
old in Antwerp, so that when th4
Ies sent to both markets art
ether the total imports actually
middle aged men and womer
ti to learn that Foley Kidne3
ire relief from languidness. stiti
e muscles and joints, puffnest
ees, backache, bladder weak.
N4 rheumatism. They get re.
Contain no harmful drugs. Al
m's Dru&g Store.-Adv.
uinescence of Nitrogen.
s been found that nitrogen, vig
y and spectroscopically piire, ac
a .continuous luminescence
the electric discharge, and
ore this phenomenon can nc
be attributed to the prescene
ces eu oxygen. In the pres
! inetallic vapors, such as thost
eury, sodium or potassium, says
ientfic American, the phenome
not produced owing~ to the ni
s being attacked by the metal
ars, forming a. combiniations' 01
etal with nitrogen. Tkdpres
oxygen, which oxides the met
rapors, hinders their action om
ctive nitrogen and renders its
Not Feeling "Just Right.".
vn ou get tired earip in the day,
Ooverf ull feeling, are bilious,
d breath or suffer from indiges
onstipation you will find Folel
tic Tablets quick and comfor.
action. They are wholesomE
lth giving. Mr. L. L. Levy,
Bhy, Wis.. says. "They do nol
mi their effect is quick and sure
est cathartic I ever used." Al
in's Drug Store.-Adv.
Wisdom of the Bee.
plan is very different," said
. "We work in the summer
up a store of food against the
when we foresee we shall want
tthoce who do nothing but
n dance and sing in the sum
Lust expect to starve in'the win.
Government Kept Going.
otice that the old man's quit
the government?" "Yes; after
it for 30 year the government
-goin', jes' like it never* heard
im-never so much as askin'
please let up an' give it a
to grow up with the country.
nade him so mad he was too
- utterance, he was struck
With pain andmniseryby _
day, sleep-disturbing blad
der weaknesa at night.
tired, nervous, run-ldownl
we rand okno evry
Foley Kidney Pills restore
health and strength, anid
the regular action of kid
neys and bladder.
In carving, ham and beef should be
cut thin; pork, lamb, veal and muttoA
a little thicker. When carving a leg
of mutton, take hold of the bone end
with the left hand, ther' cut thin
slices down to the bone and loosen
each slice by putting the knife fiat on
the hared bone and cutting through.
The slicing should gradually change
direction slightly, so to always cut
across the grain.
Africa's Potential Wealth.
i'or its future industrial develop--!
ment Africa is remarkably fortunate.
Already coal deposits. to the value of
more than three hundred million dol
lars have been discovered along the
Cape to Cairo route, while more than
five thousand waterfalls offer wonder
ful possibilities for the establishment
of waterpower centers.
To Mend Celluloid.
Any article made of cellujold may
be mended with collodion. Scratch
the broken edges to be mended with
a sharp knife until a smooth surface
is secured. Apply the collodion and
press tightly together for several min
utes. Let stand for at least twenty
four hours. Liquid court plaster will
answer as well, since the main ingre
dient is collodion.
How Is It With You?
When a. man's growing boys are
going a bit wild the old man holds
the mother responsible for them and
1i conversation with her about them
he alludes to them as "Those whelps
of yours." But when they're nice,
long-eared, goody-goody Loys)1e refers
to them as "My sons."-New York
Modern Statesman. I
"You'll haxe some explainieg to do vere
when you get home, won't -you?" Journ
"No," replied the member of congress. ciatio,
"I'm not going to explain. Im going assur
to let my constituents argue matters of a
out among themselves and. then take moto
the side that seems to have the most tion <
advocates."-Washington Star. the I
Had Discovered That.: that
"How's the baby?" .sked the neigh- deini
bor of the new father. "Fine," said cod
the proud parent. "Don't you find that cold
a baby brightens up a household won
derfnW?" pursued the friend. "Yes,"
said the parent, 'ith a sigh, "we have cases
the gas going most of the night now." prese
-New York Globe.
Bacon's Good Advice. , FEBID
Let states that aim at greatness nt
take heed how their nobility and gen- cdre
try multiply too fast. In coppice tke
woods if you leave your staddles too ase n
thick you 'shall never have clean un- _e_
derwood, but scrub and bushes.-Ba- =me F
Economy also means that the father AlO
with a turkey wing income ought not Impo
to undertake to buy ostrich plumed the fi
hats~ for six daughters' who regard new
washing dishes as drudgery an slinlg- the oj
ing the frying pan a disgrace.-Bous- The I
ton Post ' - flO i
Affected the Hair., show
The fair creature's head looked like
'a haystack. Eachseparate hair stood
out. "What's the mattei-, dear? Your -
hafr Is standl~ on end." I put it up M
in curl papers last night, and the are ls
newspaper-I used was filled with hor-. and so
Home-Made Paste. Dicks<
An inexpensive .paste which will be~-__
found much more satisfactory than
either~flour or cornstarch is made of
one small potato grated fine. Add boil
ing water enough to make clear and It 1
boil five minutes. -rois]
Recording Sound Waves. theref
A-new German method of recording longes
sound waves employs a lead pencil of tra
line of varying thickness, formed on ence
a strip of paper-by an electric current of me:
influenced by the vibrations, the S<
To Remove Butternut Meats Whole- lic vs
Pour hot water over the butternuts the n
and let them stand over night. When ence<
treated In this way the nuts are much allic
easier to crack and the meats will *.he a
come out whole. forma
No Use to Try And Wear Out Your Cold it
will wear You Out Justead. Whi
Thousands keep on suffering Coughs have t
and Colds '.hrough neglect and delay. tion or
Why make yourself an easy prey to Cathai
erious ailments and epidemics :as the tablei
esult of a neglected Cold? Coughs and he
and Colds sap your strength and vital- Greeu
ty unless checked in the early, stages- gripe
Dr. King's New Discovery is what you The 6i
eed-the first dose helps. Your head iUickst
legs up, you breathe freely an~d and
feel so much better. Buy a bottle to
ay and start taking at once. At All
___ ___the b
"Die in the Last Dit-.h." seasor
"To die in the last ditch" has be. It; hi
come one of the commonplaces of drink
Proverbial philosophy. The words mer n
were originally used by William of ter."
Orange during the Dutch war of In
dependence, when he was asked if he
did not see that the commonwealth ~7
was ruined "7 shall never see the: cussin
ruin of my country," replied the -tyn
prince, stoutly. "I shall dIe in th kept a
last ditch." Animated by such a tell of
spirit and led by such a leader, It Is him te
not to he wondered that the tide soon chance
turned and that the necessity for such That
eroic measures never arose. fl
This-And Five Cents:
DONT MISS THIS. Cut out this
slip, enclose five cents to Foley & Co.
Chicago, Ill., writing your name and
address clearly. You will receive in a
trial package containing Foley's Hen
ey and Tar Compound, for coughs,
olds and croup. Foley Kidneyv Pills,
oley Cathartic Tablets. Dickson
Drug Store. -Adv.
"Impossible" is a word only to be
ound in the dictionary of fools.-Na
They Know It's Safe.
Parents who know from experience
insist upon Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound when buying a medicine;
for coughs, colds. croup and la grippe.
C. T. Lunceford, Washington, Ga.,
writes: "I have used it for six years
and it never has failed. I think it is~
te best remedy made for coughs and
cols. Dinonn's nDnu- Sinre.-Adr_
'. In Solon's Time.
During the time of Solon, the fa
mous lawmaker, he secured the pas
sage of a statute compelling every
able-bodied adult- man in the nation
to give proof once a year that he was
earning a decent living and was self
supporting. Somebody has written to
us suggesting that this would not be
a bad example for Uncle Sam to fol
low, since the class of those who have
learned to live "gracefully in idleness"
is- constantly on the increase.-Chris
He-'Girls are - queer creatures; I
they marry the first fool who asks i
them, as a rule. I suppose you'd do
the same, wouldn't you?" - She-"Sup
pose you ask me and and out."
Always Easy to Get Spies.
It is an international law, but an 2
unwritten one, that a sovereign cannot ]
lawfally require a zubject to serve as I
a spy, except li a singular case, and I
that of the last Importance. Never
theless, no country will ever lack
spies, for the work that Is required
of them Is so adventurous and so well
paid - that thousands of men would
'jump at the opportunity to become a
seeret service agent.
To. the Manor Born.
A lady accosted a little girl who was
entering one of the fashionable New
York flats where she knew the ruler
were exceedingly strict, and after
s6me little conversation, said: "How
s it you live in these flats? I thought
they would not take children. How did t
you get In?" "Why," replied the child,
"1-was born in."
Don't Be Disheartened.
When a man begins to find himself
feeling disheartencd and depressedt C
over the slow progress of civilization,
he or -ht to remember that he very
seldo. ees a patent rocker now.
Wheri Some Refdrmers Err.
A reformer usually has big ideas
Frequently he insists on proceeding
on a wholesale basi instead of run
ning a small but. active business rev
ulating his own faults.
How To live Quinine To Chidren.
PEmR rn gisthetrade.markname given to an
ant to take and does not disturb the sa
Children tate it and never know it Is Quinine.
Aiso especiany adapted to adalts who cennot
take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor I
cause nervousness notriugin in the head. Try
it the next time you need Qin.for any - r
-pose. :Asc for 2-ounce erjn
name PRRnUrN is blon in bottle. ets. I
Clever -Deception. 1
Men who craned their necks and bus
tlid against each other to get a look at
the girl on exhibition in one of the, ]
store windows were given the laugh
by women in the crowd. The flutter
lng of the girl's parasol, and the blow
ing of her dress convinced the men
that they were looking at a "living
model," and it was not until they had
gazed at it for some time that they
discovered they had beei fooied. By
arrangements of fans the breeze gen- -
tly blew the gown worn by the
wax figure, and also) her parasoL. Her.
hair was blown about her face i1n a
most bewitching fashion and more
than one man exclaimed, -"Isn't she a
peach!" and discovered his error when .
the women in the crowd snickered.
Worcester Post. ]
Kept at the Office.
Mrs brown always looks very dubi
ous when her husband comes home a
little later than usual and says he has
been "kept at the office." She never
looks as If she believed the excuse,
which. as a matter of ~fact, is quite]
genuine. But some wives seem In
capable of realizingr that their hua
bands really~are kept late at the office
zometimes, and nowadays competition
Is so ~keen that a man can't afford to
go off at the tick of the clock If he
wishes to keep his position. The sen
sible wife doesn't make a fuss when]
he Is "kept late." She just notices
that he looks more tired than usual,
and lets him have his dinner and a
snoke after In peace and quiet. And
you1 usually find that the husband who
receives this sort of treatment Is y
never late home if he can possibly1
Are You Rheumatic?-Try Sloan's.
If you want vuick .snd real relief
from Rheumatism, do what so many -
tousand other people are doing-when
ever an attack comes on, hath the sore
mscle or joint with Sloan's Li'niment.
No need to rub it in-just apply t be
Liniment to the surface. It is wonder- 3
fully penetrating. It goes right to the
seat of trouble and draws the pain a!
most immediately. Get a bottle of
Sloan's Liniment for 25c of any drug
gist and have it in . the house--against
Colds, Sore and Swollen Joints, Lum
bago, Sciatica and like ailments. Your_
money back if norg satisfied. but it doe -
give almost instant relief. At All Drug- c
The Customer-"Oh, but haven't ye
any other tint in lettuce than this
It won't go with my new blue* salz -
dish a bit!"--Sketcha.
Without health, genuine joy is im
possible; without good digestion and
regular bowel movement you cann"t
have health. Why neglect keepng
bowels open and risk being sek and
ailioe? You don't..have to. Take one
small Dr. King's New Life Pills at
night., in the morning .sou will have a
ful, free bowel movement and fesel
much better. Hhelps your; appetite
and digestion. Try ocne to-night. A t
Beauty to Be Seen In Rain.
It Is a great mistake always to know
enough to go in when it rains. One
may keep snug and dry by such knowl
edge, but one misses a world of love
Is to be dreded. It Reads to serious
eiments, Fever Indigestion. ile..*
Sick Headache. ioisocned System ad
a Score of other troubies foliow
Den't let Constipation isas. Bw
Kepyeur Eidneys. Liend Bwl
healthy end active. Bid your system
of fermented, gassy foods.
Nothing better ta
All ruggsts25 cents
SASA CTIO w.-Na nK MONEY BACE
r. W. J. McCrary Says That K
Pellagra and Hook Worm
Terror Mu:t be Driven From J'
Our Fair Sunny South Land. C
Perhaps one of the greatest move- a'
nents that the South has ever known al
s that which has just been latnched 11
hrough a corporation of biiness
nen, profeisonal men, and the emi- di
Lent phys.i.'.n, Dr. W. J. McCrary, ts
f Carbon Hill, Alabama, to drive
rem the South those dreaded di- ]a
eases, pel'a-ra and hook worm. It
rAs thes. two destro.ers of health q
nd happ'ness that caused John D. E
tockefellow to donate a million dol- ex
ars for an effective cure. This cure
Las been found. Dr. W. J. McCrary, w
prominent physicirn of Marion w
;ounty, Alabama, has by seven H
ears' treatment of pellagra and
Look worm'41 his county and the ad o1
oining counties In North Alabama pi
iroven beyond an. doubt that his tb
iscovery and treati- ent will.cure the
orst cases that art to be found.
&any people have 'hese diseases who
re being treated for other troubles,
.d Dr. McCrary has arranged to give
free diagnosis to all sick people
rho wish to take advantage of his of
er. A coupo- will Ie found belov
hich must be used in writing for
his ifree diagnosis.. It will be inter- E
sting to read one of the hundreds of
estimonials Loutur McCra:- h"is re
eived from h:s great woi', whici,
Guin, Ala.. Marcl. 1, 191Z
"My wife h..d pellagra. It was a.'
er her; it wa:: dreadful to look at
We had to kee- her feet and hand
ed up; her nird was off some, bu'
am happy to san - s! !s now red an ID
osy and is as healthy as anybod ti
he only welghed 85. pounds wher D
be commenced the Dr. McCrary pel- ti
agra'cure. Now she weighs 11 al
iounds. I am glad to say that th+ hi
)r. McCrary pellagra cure is a wont
lerful treatment. I wish everyon<
rho has jiellagra could have seen m: s
rife when she commenced the Dr e
cCrary pellagra cure, and could se'
Ler now." D. AUTREY.
Send me -particulars of your Free
)lagnosis for Pellagra and Hook 1o
Worm sufferers. g
sut out this entire cou-,on and fill
,our name and address plainl-. n :a
mail your enqu' to se
Dr. W. J. -- 'a r- at
Hook W-e -- . Inc. te
IOX 49 CARBON HILL, AA. in
. H. LESESNE
ATTORNEY AT LAW, 51
- MANNING, S. C. at
-ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING. S. C.
)R. J. A. COLE,
DENTIST . B
Upstabs over Bank of Manning.
MANNING, S. C. * m
Phone No 77 'r
RJ. FRANK GEIGER. ai
MANNING. S. C. 12
. PUaoT. 5- OLIVsR 0 BaTAiN DC
.URDY & O'BRYAN, of
Attrneys Counselors at Law
MANNING; S C.
p.C. DAVIs. - J. W. WIDEMAN
)iVis & WIDEMAN, *f
ATTORNIEYS ATL&W , t
MANNING. S. C. E
On First-Class Real Estate
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, le
Manning S. C).
O EDWARDS. H. M. PERBIT
DWARDS & PERRITT,
fee Over Home Bank and Trust Co.,
MANNING S C.
0. T. Floyd,
URVEYOR and CiVII. ENGINEER
Office over Bank of Manning
S BLINDS N<
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PL*EAS.
vi Mercantile Company, Plaintiff
enry Felder, Rufus Felder and Eugene
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
idgment Order of the Court of1
>mmon Pleas, in the above stated 1
tion to me directed, bearing date of 1
me 3rd, ,1914, I will sell at public I
iction, to the highest bidder for cash i
Clarendon er.! rt house at Manning 1
said county,,, within the legal hears
r judicial sales, on Monday, the
h day of April, 1915, being sales
Ly, the following described real es
"All that piece, parcel or tract of
ad lying, being and situate in Claren
m County,. State aforesaid, containing
irty acres, more or less, and bounded
rth by lands of the estate of Salinas:
tst by lands of the estate of J. J. Fri
son; South lands of the estate of Jake
0lder, and West by iands of the estate
Simon Felder. Being the land upon
bich the said Henry Felder resides,
bich land was conveyed to the said
enry Felder and Rufus Felder by
mes J. Frierson by Deed dated Jan
ry 3, 1878, recorded in office of Clerk
Court for said County in Book T, at
ges 401 and 402, reference being
Purchaser to pay for papers.
- E. B. GAMBLE,
Sheriff Clarendoi County
TATE'OF SOUTH CAROLINA
W. A. Bultman, doing business un
der the name and style o1 Ducker
na Francis and Alfredi Francis, De
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE ,OF A
idgment Order of the Court of Com
on Pleas, in the above stated ac
:n, to me directed, bearing- date of
ec. 24, 1914, I will-sell at public adc
)n, to the highest bidder, for cash,
Clarendon Court House, at Man
ig, in said county, within the legal
urs for judicial sales, on Monday,
.e 5th day of April. 1915, being
lesdayepthe following described real
All thaw'piece, parcel or tract of land
the County of Clarendon, in said
ate, containing ,fifteen and eight
ths (15, 8-10) acres, more or less,
unded on the North by land -of -Tay
, East by lands - of Frank Francis,
uth by lands of Sumter Francis, and
the West by lands of Blanding and
ing designated as lot No. six on a i
t of the Alfred Francis place made I
W. L. Lee Surveyor, on -July '8tb,- j
All of the above described tract of i
adwiil be sold except five (5) acres
L off by the Commissioners herein,
d allotted un.o Lena Francis for the
rm of her natural life as her dower
terest in-and to the mortgaged prem
s. The said (5) acres so allotted, are
e northern end of said tract, and
unded North by lands of- Taylor, and
ing 575 feet on said land; East by
ads of Frank Francis, and measuring
0 feet; South by the balance of the
ad known as the March Francis tract,
djneasuring on said line 390 feet, and
est by lands of Blanding and measur
Son said line 450 feet.
Purchaser to pay for papers. .
E. B. GAMBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA'
-Cownty of Clarendon.
i James M. Windhami, Esq., J.dge
- of Probate.
Whereas, R H. Green,' made suit to
e, to grant him Letters of Adininis
tion of the Estate arid the ~effects of
Tese Are Therefore, to cite'- and
monish all and singular the kindred
rdCredito'rs of the said J. G .
hnson, deceased, and they be and
par before me, in the Court of Pro
te, to be beisl at Manning on- the
th day -of March next, after publi
tion hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
on, to show cause, if any they have,
y the said Admninistration shou~d
*t be granted.
Given under my hand this 20th day
February Anno Domini 1915.
Judge of Probate.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Juage of Probate
SClarendon County, on the 29th dlay
March 1915, at 11 o'clock A. M2. le:
s of discharge as administratrix of
e estate of Simeon B. Harrington, 1
JZABETH C. HARRINGTON,
:w Zion, S. C., Feb. 20, 1915.
Notice of Discharge.
We will apply to the Judge of Pro
te for Clarendog County, on the 12th
y of April 1915, at 12 o'clock. M. for
ters of discharge as Executors of the
t Will and Testament of thbe Estate I
Jacob WV. McLeod. deceased.
' A. I. BARRON,
Lning, S. C., March 10, 95
I The Successful Busi
t, goo one to follow; you can't go
-wrogif you walk in his footsteps.
4 man of affirs today is without a -.
nmercial bank account; no business,
wever small, can afford to bc without ~
. If vcu have not an account. get in
efor success by opening one with
Iwme Bank and Trust Co1i
~ *~~ ;lorM. da p~gC
r.pooing'sqNew ife PilleW o
LLZ( 'AI ti U.O 5kI 11m..I , I
Kidney s d.
All over. Manning you hear it. Doan's
Kidney Pills are keeping up the good
ork. Manning people are telling
Lbout it-telling of bad backs made
ioungain. 'You can zbolieve the tes
imony of yourown towns'"'le. They
all it for the benefit of'you -who feel
ame, sore and miserable,- if the kid
2eys act too frequently, or passages are
mainful, scanty and off color,. use
Doan's Kidney Pills, the remedy that
2as helped so many of yoiur ie'ds and
ieighbors. .F6flow this- Vannng cit
zen's advice and give Doan'sa chance
o do.the-same-for you.
Mrs. M. M. Baenal, Main St., Man
2ing, says: "I had . such ches -and
nains in my back that I could hardly
ieep going. My-head ached, I had,
lizzy spells and'objects floated before
ny eyes. The kidney sedretions were
nnatural. Doan's Kidney Pills, pro
:ured at the Dickson Drig ~Co.. reliev
d all symptoms'of the trouble."
-Price 50c. at all deilers. ' Don't sim
)ly ask for a -kidney remedy.-et
Doan's -Kidney -Pills the same that
Ars. Bagnal had. Foster-Milburn
DO., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
[he State of South auolina,
.Cmlit of 4iareadoo.
By James' M. Windham, EsqgPro
WHEREAS, The Sumter Trdtx Com
)any made suit to mn' rant them
[etters of Adminio-4.wn of the
Estate and effects of .iack Richardson.
-These are therefor.-.to citand ad
nonish all and singa'ar the kindred
md creditors- -of - 'the sad-Jaek
ichardsod, deceased, that they" be
md appear before me, in the Court of
Probate, to be helda Manning on.the
Oth day of April iext. after publi
:tion hereof, at11 d'clck in the fore
ioon, toshow ca'use, If any they have,
vhy the said administrition shouldinos
Given under my hand- his- 22nd day
of March, A. D.195
Seal~. . Judge of Probate.
French servant'. (to mark
What! Ten francs 'for ac
Lre 'you mad? Why, that's eual to
he price I've -been charging my ni
ress' for the fowl!"-L' n
041 The - Iavigorating Whiff of The :ine
F oret.L- - -
How it clears.the throat and hedd of
tas mucous ailments. It is this spirt-of
Tewn'ess and Vigor 'fr.om, hie heilth
riviig Piney Forests brbught back by x
)r. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. Antisptic
ond healing. -Buy a botple today. A
Beauty cf Nature.
Nature is beautIful, -always be at -
Ul. ~ Every little flake of snow
erfect crystal, and they-iafa.tother
Ds gracefully as If fairies of the
augit water drops and'm"niae'h&einr "
nto artificial flowers-to ga dthe
wings of the wind.-Lydia )
Jokeleigh (vysiting ib-'A t,
you have a grindstone, too. R
put an edge on a dull appee TSub
bubs-"Certainly! If yoaur
handle long enough." -
A woman's crowning glo -0Z
. - Quick Action Wanted.
When one is coughinegnd spt rg
rith tiekling throat, tig~htness ingchest
oreness in throat and langs-4whr-n.
wad is 'aebine. and the whole ;tbody
-ack- d with a cough tt won't parmt4
es-e wants immediate ~le
housandls say Foley 's aHoey an8 a~
impound is the suirest and quicke-t'
tingr medicine' for cough, colds,
toop and la grippe. .At. Dickson~s --
)rug Store.-Adv. h
-Couty f Clarendon,
3y James M. Windham, Esq., Pro
IfHEREAS, John K. HarringtonM
lmadesuit to me, to grant hima.Let- 9~
ers of Administration - of~ thed
Estate and effects of F. Pressley
These are therefore to cite and ad
tonish all and singular the kindred
.nd creditors of the said F. Pressley"
arrington, deceased, that thiey be
.nd appear before me, in the -cour*
if Probate, to be held at Manning.oP"
he 3rd day of s pril next, ate
>ablication thereof, at 11 o'clock in
ge forenoon, to show cause, if any
hey have, whiy th'esaid .administ
ion should not be granted.
Given under my band, this 16th '
Lay of March A. D. 1915.
JAMES Mi. WINDHAM,
SEAL.1 Judge of Probat. .
Notice of Dischargye.
I will apnly to the Juge of Pcobae
nr Clarendon county, on the 15th day
f A pril. 1915, at 11 o'clock A. 51.,. for
etttrs of di-chaLrge as exr-cutor/of the
state of Melissa G. Anderson, defessed.
JQSHUJA W. ANDERSON. '
Summe rton, S. C , March 15, 1915
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of -h
yr Ciarendon county, on the 1'% - a
f A pril, 1915, atl o'clock A. M or
tters of discharge as adtbnismo - o
bie estate of Thomas J. GCibbo~s. - .
- - 'Admi:' :' ar
Turbeviile, S. C., March 15- '. -m
state of South Carolin~
COUNTY OF CLA RENIJ .'
BY .J. M. WINUJHAM, PnOAT,
WH EREAS, Annie Cutter mbde-su~
> me, to grant her Letters of Admins.
ration of Estate and effects of i H. -
THESE ARE THEREFOREE tocie
ad admonish all and singular the 'i
red and creditors of the said
L B. Cutter deceased, that tiey bes
d appear before me, in tbe Court of'
robate, to be held at Manning~ on the -
d day of April next, after pulicao.
ereof, at lF'o'c'ock in the forenoon,to
how cause, if any they have, whyth
aid Administration should not b
Gie ne yhn this,1th, a
f March A. D. 1915.
EAL.] JA MES M. WINDHAM.
.Tnae of Pobate.