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should be "aipped in the
bud", for if allowed to run
unchecked, serious results
maY f I . umerous
cases of consumption, pneu
monia, and other fatal dis
eases, can be traced back to
a cold. At the frst sign of a
cold, protect yoursell 'b'
thoroughly cpansing y
system with a few dor.
gh e . vegetable
Mr. Cha&. A. Ragand, o
-have been using Ted
s Black-Draught tor
omc troubles. indiges
Io and Colds, and'find itto
be the very best medicine I
used. ttakes an old
feel like a yo.g one."
w e04e1b a ~ Wit*
k D~isiases Can b
_ Outofthe South.
thi-ontinuous hundreds c
aef eingdeved4 by _Dr. 1
Accrer tolie his Fe Diagnosi
$ 'Pazraaa&Hook Worma 'sffer
is believed that these dreadfv
n nchn.E enti.reir'wiped-out~c
-Iehn a few ears -T he grea
willgo on until every sui
* 'hda pportuity to tak
vantage of Dr. MeCrary's yonder
voia dh annSouncement f W
ifXapeaing in ti pe las
UEba starte, the greatmre
'y-Stte~ath Boutlh and.
munanar De 3ieerary.Ji
mesage to euweforewr th
health an a
-OS~and placed abI~
- harteleand 'know
may. becases -of pellagraa
hO* wo n athe family of'por ,4
~DDV.~O..e4OK~t~nfavor to suc:
Esc in their name on th
*4npbmjgiven'15ekw. Health is th
e a -Ni-of any people-witi
ljife IinJdeed a-misery. Rea
- - e-wba --- D. McCrary's pa
-.sg hi trentient He ha
is yaear. kold, and, oh
eknowairhat to do~, ha
4i2C~ ogo to.Dr.'McCrary, tha
eg~cc ure Denl&ra. I was ne(
~ieq~swi*th the .doctor, havin
amwdIto- this neighborheoo
God-I foun'd what I wa
~A~irfr~~ -cure foi- wife's pells
~-'g ~a~$l-was dark and yrougl
mouthb sore and red-but she con
nuilt-os iprove 'from the' yer
fiurst and'.Isl~mw in good health.
wo&srto- anyone who may -se
~-tikprint that has pellagra, don
heitae; but get the treatment a
e egce.' S. Ap. WATLKER.
Said me partcular%-of your r'r
MDiagaosls for 3Pellagra and Hoc
-Cutout--this entire coupon imd flH i
Lor.immaandaddresa plainl-. an
\mal doereatry to
- . W 1.McCrar~pfeagna an
ogs Wadosdiemedi~ esIn.
BOX.49 CARBOK HIL ALd
Stt sad does not disturb the soa
cld~qatbekane never know 3t is Quini
*so seal aatdto adults who-cann
takecd Qunn.Does notauseate n
esoseer5nneerign in the head.
it thenest tha you need Qunle for any
* e. Asie 2'oamee orisitalat kge
Of The Successful Bus
a goo3 one to follow; -you can't
arwronglif you walk in his footstes
~o man of affirs today is without
commiercial bank account; no busines
however small can afford to be witho
one. If you have not an account, get
line for succo.., by opening one with
home IBuk aud Trust (
Wkmnver You Needs (leneral Ton
The Old Standard Grove's Tastele
ehill Tonjc is equally valuable as
neneral Tonic because it contains t
and IRN It acts on the Liver, Dris
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood a:
-Builds up the Whole System. 50 ceni
I~n thatthe very fellow who be
agirl for a lock of her harint
courtship days when he kisses it
Sondly wili swear like a trooper If
finds .one of them in the butter att
ITH an attendance for the fM
world's expositions at Chica,
cisco has started on a caree
.- The exposition opened
tendance of one quarter of a
of the world came critical visitors to
They found nothing to criticize. Ever:
to say that not a single visitor went av
mouth, and by letters home and to fri
tion. In consequence the transportati,
cisco both by land and water.
Exceptionally low rates have been
States to San Francisco, offering man.
a pleasure journey to the exposition t
A feature of the exposition that I
exhibit capable of operation by steam
A flood of inguiries concerning ra
of the exposition since the news of Its
given prompt attention. San Franciscc
the West has always had for hospital
HANDSOME SIXTY-PAGE BOOK
Those who are interested in I
book of sixty pages, reproducing
the expoetion, San Francisco, Ca
Manager, Bureau of Publication, I
WHEN A QUARTER OF A MILU
THE VAST PAN
- Tzansportation reports show that e
r: edesented in the great throng of 250
-San Francisco on February 20. This 1
btiani of the openn day throng. In the
*the combined totals of the Chicago ax
etions of the most spectaoular success fi
- DURING A LULL IN THE OPENIN
Wiso a WshngonPadESuhto
tio. nsanl BLINpwe Dwsreas
o. LD seiN s o h rn
a N Dv ia ono f~lfr
)N OF WORLD'S G
st week greater chan the combir
;o and St. Louis, the Panama-Pa
r that the most conseriative Jud
on February 20, 100 per cent ci
million people. From every stat
pass on the merits of the celet
- claim made by San Francisco j
ay disappointed. The result has
ends-the most powerful form of
)n companies report a constantly
given by the transportation con
people an opportunity that cot
ith a sightseeing tour through C
as called for universal comment
or electricity being shown in mo
tes and hotel accommodations hg
successful opening was flashed
and California are fulnilling the!
le treatment for the stranger.
ON THE PANAMA-PACIFIC I
REE OF CHARGE TO ANY AD
his great exposition may obtain
the exhibit palaces in their natu
fornia and the Panama canal.
anama-Pacifnc International Expo
M OF PEOPLE INAUGURATE
ery state in the United States a
00 people who inaugurated the
dture, showing the mighty Sout
first five days of its progress th
d St. Louis expositions and thei
r the exposition.
AT THE PANAMA-PA
'xposition was opened by a wirel
the tendrils of a wireless aerial
d in the mighty Palace of Machi
tand after the ceremonies had e
a Mayor James Rolph, Jr. of S.
iing dignitaries being seen in ai
seen .fashing to the world the n
When in doubt-smile. It Is a
play at almost any stage of life's a
~ut be sure it's the right kind
smile-not the ~awning smile, no
smile of fear which is better desc:
aa grin, but the smile which
that the world is a pretty good sc
a place if you don't take it too
ously-the smile that says: "Con
In, the joke's a good one."-Pic1
The most impure water may
purified by filtering through chai
Take a large flower pot, put a pie
sponge or clean moss over the hc
the bottom, and fill three-quarteri
of equal parts of clean sand and
coal. Over this lay a linen cloth
enough to hang over the sides o
pot. Pour the water Into the
and It will come out pure.
Many Have Tried.
O man has ever gained disti::
e . of th excelle1nce of his
IRES CONTINUED SUCCESS
ed attendance for the same period of the
:ific International exposition- at San Fran.
gments predict will break all records for
mplete structurally, and opened to an at
a of the United States and from the nations
ration that had been so Widely heralded.
nd the exposition was fulfilled. It is safe
been that the advertisement by word of
advertisement-has been given the exposi
Increasing booking for travel to San Fran
panies from all points within the United
ld not otherwise be taken, of combining
ilifornia and the West.
is the "action" that marks exhibits, every
,s been received by the information bureau
around the world, all such'inquiries being
r host duties and living up to the reputation
YTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION SENT
free of charge a handsomely illustrated
ral colors and giving essential data about
To obtain this book send a letter to the
sition Grounds, San Francisco, Calif.
kL EXPOSITION AT SAN FRANCISCO
nd most of the nations of the world were
Panama-Pacific International exposition at
a gardens, gives a glimpse of a small frao
Sexposition had an attendance larger than
atio continues in a degree to justify. predic
DIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION
ss sarkdisatchd b Preidet.Wodro
onth 'lft Tower oJelat hA xoi
neyan hepa s ofteehbi aae
ss sprkcisotPed yreident oro h
timatd discussion of the epochal event. In
as that the exposition had opened.
sfl Know it Well.
ame. Familiar Features Well Knwn to Hundreds
of a of Manning Citiznrs.
the ~ oe
ibed A fa:niliar burde~n is. many ahoe
TIhe burden of a %bad back,"
sas A lame, a weak or achmin:. back
rt of Often tells .sou or kiduey illk,
sei- Doain's kidney Pills are for wi ak
.e on kiiness.
orial Here is good testumony to prove
J. RL Dyson. farmem. R. F. D. No. 2,
Silver. S. C., sayr "'ly kidneys were
in bad shiap). I had p)ait~s in my back
and it ins and coul i hui dly walk at
be t mues. 1 was soaud lame and had
coal. rhematie i wn.es in my shou'ders. ..\l
nefhead ached anil l had spells or dizzi
efnees.~ The kid nev seet etions bein"r too
le in freqnent and then ag: in scanty. My
full kne& s arnd nkles ' -eame swollen. I
char- doctorcd and tried different medicines
large with r~o rest 1ts. Finally I used Do)an's
the Kidneyv Pills as directed and they e
loth' lieve d all siuns of kidney trouble."
Prie 50e at all dealers. Dont situ
-ply ask for a kidney remedy-cet
* Doan's Kidney Pils the same that
M1r. Dyson had. Foster-M llburen
to., Pros , Buffalo. N. Y.
ction _ _ _ _ _ _ _ -
'' FOLE~Y KIDNEY PIS
FOR mACKACH' KIDNEVS AND B1AnDoE:
THE FOUNTAIN AT THE PANAI
The labor that went into the bu
Stirling Calder. This heroic sculptur
faces the main entrance gates. The
opening of the portals of the exhibit
tinent when President Woodrow Wil
THE MIGHTY COURT OF.THE
All visitors to the Panama-Pacif
the esposition make their pilgrimag
and is the central radiating unit of
two Homeric groups-the Nations of
at and west portals. By rig'ht the
THE "ZONE," THE P~LAGROUN
.Through the center of the Zone,
Francisce, runs a broad avenue three
with entertainment seekers who are
duction of the Panama canal .is one c
and night of people eager to see thi
assembled here their finest offering:
A 51:gg~sh tver Nieeds Altyti 'n
Let vet.ur i-e est tuorpa and you ane
lfor ai spell of iiery. Everybod
ats an attack now and~ then. Thous
ands of people keep their Livers active
and healthy by using D)r. Kings Ne-u
Life Pills. Fine for the stomnach, too
Stop the Dizziness; Consuipion. Dii
iousness and Indisestion. Cie.iir the
blod. Only 25w, at v 'ur * gs.
The Actor's Mistake.
Toole, the English actor, used to ge
off a good thing occasionally. At dir
ner at a country hotel he was sittin1
next to a gentleman who had helpes
himself to an extravagantly large piec<
of bread. Toole took it up and begal
to cut a slice from it. "Sir," said the
Indignant gentleman, "that is m;
bread." "I b.g a thousand pardons
sir," replied the actor, "I mistook it fo
Maden-"What sort of hat di<
Geneveve Gothanm wear?" Man-"a
simple thing-just a gardenia in fron
Made by San I
AA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXP(
THAT SYMBOLIZES THE BUll
ilding of the Panama onn is symbolize
a stands in the center lagoon of the thre
waters were first released on opening dal
3alaces and by the same means: the elect
son opened the great exposition at San:
UNVES,,H H. O HEA
idofthe Ptcuanlm canalron pls. mob
:e st and the cNteaoon of the Wet
maes o an byn the samed ns the elec
UNIERS THE UPL OF THE WAR
~CEEAT THE PANAMA-PACIFIC
thenausemnt estion at the FPanma
ethoughn te Cour oenthe Itiese. Tnsu
busy aritectur an grundredns oe
heEand t Nainsuie ofaturest
w knof the riiature ana. byTheb
Nae16 ee 3ie1
"Isuir dfrm ine;In o
theo. I omel scr io a te anafeeP
thouan fe-eartl inrl. Folet isdnunsu
busy ptoiingate ne hndre deroge
kides opular a ckatrcte fheuatrsmt
ropMaing of th"Fnauranal." h
"Far"usemen oldEngtish wod, ntcm
are offleed fo :ialey ailsmentsu
tare pro ite r.M.A ri~
R Moopo. ing ' commncdh. kn
Welok----eveynell knous ten eiect of
Pine FIes on Coughs. ar. anBfel
Fisine-Toatne is anmdy deraich
bines qic reliefckce frhumati
lun bfadde trobt aDicksnugad
mks tecdv pel lsssvee
A fair with arol E'ngls whi'd shorn
aollouh and coclds.Jt d2esiat oe
\ne-..A r.oa -nw i.elvto
DING OF THE PANAMA CANAL -
. ....... . 'O
I in the Fountain of Energy, by A.
e lagoons of the South Gardens and
, Fgbruary 20, coincidently with the
ric spark transmitted acrogs.the con
rancisco by wireless.
co at some time during their stay at
is is the largest court on the grounds
le sculptsred groups embellish it, the
,urmounting the giant ar"hes at ths
ad lighting effe~cts.
acific .International excposition at San
for this entire avenue to be jammed
sions on the Zone. An exact repro
ere being a constant line both day
premier showmenl of America have
R:-umatism Yields Quickly to Sloan's.
You vani prevent an attack of RhE
moatism frotm coming on. but you can
sop it almest immediately. Slcan's
Lnies geuily appjlied to the sorg
oint or musncle penetrates in a few
ininutes i to e intlamed spot that caus~
s the pua iIt foothos the hot, tender
s!en feeling and in a ver~y short~
time brings a relief that is almost uni
eieable until you experience it. Geti
a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 253c of
an Drugi-t and have it iu the hous4
-tainst Colds. Sore aind Swolle
Jins Lumbage, Sciatica arnd like
ilmen s. Your moniey baCk if not sat
isfied. but it does give almost instan~
Don't Se Disheartened.
When a mani begins to find himself~
eeling disheartened and depressed.
ver the slow progress of civilization,
e ought to remember that lhe very
eldom sees a pa'tent rocker now.
When Liars Are No More.
A Canadian preacher thinks~ the timae
is near when there will be no liars.
When that time comes obituaries wilt'
be much shorter than they are now.
Sloan's Liniment will save
hours of sufering. For bruise
or sprain it gives instant relief.
Itarrests infamatonand thus
prevents more serious troubles
developing. No need to rub it
in-it acts at once, instantly
relieving the pain, however
severe it may be.
Charles Jdhmson, P. 0. Box 105, Law
ton's Station, N. Y., writes: "I rained
=ane and dislocated my lefthby
outof a third story window six
mo . I went on crutches for f
mont, I started to use some of
your .iniment, according to your direc
tions, and I must say that it is
me wonderfully. I threw my
away. Only used twe bottes of your
tiniment and now I am wa
welwith one cane- Inerilei
out Slosa' Liniment.'!_
Al Dealers, 25c.
Send four cents in stamps for a
Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Inc.
Dept. B. Philadelphia, Pa.
.C. DAVIS. J. W. WIDEMAN
DAVIS & WIDEMAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,
MANNING. S. C.
On First-Class Real. Estate
ur4y a O'irya,
Manning S. C.
0. EDWARDS. H. M. PERRITT
DWARDS & PERRITT,
)ice Over Home Bank and Trust Co.,
MANNING S '.
G. T. Floyd,
JRVEYOR and CIVII. ENGINEER
Office over Bank of Maninog
. H. LESESNE,
ATTORNEY AT, LAW,
-MANNING. S. U.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNTNG. S. C.
R. .J. A. COL E,
Upstairs over Bank of Manning.
MA NNING, S. C..
Phone No 9
R. J. FRANK GEIGER.
M A NNING. S. C.
o . ecanY. 5. oLIVEK 0 sRaNa
URDY & O'BRYA N,.
Attorneys Counselors-at Law
[he State of South Carolina,
Counti ol Clarendon. -
By James M. WVindham,. E-ci. Pre-.
W HERE A S, The Sumter Trust Corn.
nly made suit to mue, to grant th. ma
etters of Administration of the
srate arid effects of dack Pichardson.
These :are therefore- to cite and :d-.
ud cre-ditrrs ort the said Jack
Richardsou, deceased, that they be
nd appear before me, in the Court of
Probate, to be held at Manning on the
bi day of Aprili next, after pubtl
ation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
oon, to show cause, if any they have,
by the said administration should not
Given under my hand hi- 22id d ty
fMarch, A D. 1915.
JAMES M. WINDHAM.,
seal.) . Judge of Pr oba-e.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judgeof Probate.
r Carendon county, on the 15th day
Af prii. 1915, at 11 o'clock A. M., for
etters of discharge as executor of the
tat e of MelIissa G. Anderson, deceased.
JOSHUA W. ANDERSON.
Summerton. S. C , March 15, 1915.
Notice o Discharge.
I will apv tot tce Judge of Probate
r Clarendoin county, on the 15th day
fA pril, 191.5, at. 11 o'clock A. M , for
Ltters of discharge as administrator' f
e estate of Thomas J. Gib'bons. ae
WILLIA M S. G1BBONS.
Turbeville. 3. C., March 1.5, 1915.
Notice of Discharge.
We will apply to the Judge of Pro
ate for Clarendon County. on the 12th
ay of A pril 1913. at 12 o'clock M. for
tters of discharge as Executors of the
s Will and Testament of the Estare
)fJacob WV. McLod. deceased.
SA. I. B3ARRON,
. Inn-~ S. C.. March 10, 1915.