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Just put a few dropsof Sloan's
on the painful spot and the pain
stops. It is really wonderful
how quickly Sloan's acts. No
need to rub it in-laid on lightly
it penetrates to the bone and
'brings relief at once. Kills
rheumatic pain instantly.
Mr. James F. Alexander, of North
ar pavell, Me., writea: "Many strains
in my back and hips brought on rhen
matiem in the seiati nerve. I had it so
bad one 'ih when sitting in my chair.
that I hdto Jump on my feet to get
..;- T et once applied your Liniment
. zted par and in less then ten
was perfectly easy. I think
S eofallLiniments I have
At al dealers. 25e.
Send four cents in stamps for a
Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Inc.
Dept. B. Phiadelpha, Pa.
How To Uive Quinine To Children.
FEBRILNtis the trade-mark name given to an
improved Quinine. It is a TastelessSyrup, pleas
ant to take and does not disturb the stomach.
Children take it and never know it is Quinine.
Also especially adapted to adults who cannot
take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor
cause nervousness nor ringing in the head. T
it the next time you need Quinine for any pur
pose. Ask f-r 2-ounce original package. 7he
name FEBaRILINE is icwun in bottle. 25 cents.
Of The Successful Busi
is a goodJ one to follow; you can't go
one. Ifyuhv o n cone
Oiafo T success fuloeon Bu ith
everend of T.Flippo Lends a witotg
Eomrsemebnt tcour. no baryin.
Gr- I ~ ea Camaig n aSouth ti
Coveringr thcess Staesn onte Soith
tenewsprsem ,tt DrW. McCrary
a practicing physician of high stand
ing in the State of Alabama, hopes
to reach every person-man, women,
and child--who is afflicted with the
dreadful diseases of pellagra or hook
'rorm. Dr. McCrary says that these
diseases can be entirely eliminated in
the South in a few years and that he
has hopes of this newspaiser ca..
paign bringing him in touch, with a
cases of the diseases that are knowL
to exist. Dr. McCrary has been
treating cases of pellagra in North
Alabama for seven years, and has
cured hundreds of patients who we1
afflicted with pellagra in the very
worst stages of this ravaging disease.
lie has been treating hook worm for
twenty years, but for many years this
disease wa: not known by that name.
TJhe doctor has hundreds of testimonl
lals from patients in North Alabama
who gladly tell of the wonderfu
reaults of his treatment-and the ab
solute permanent cure that he has
effected in every case of pellagra or
Look worm he has treated.
Here is what the Reverend J. T.
Flippo, of Guin, Ala.. says of Dr. Mc
Crary, and his truly wonderful cure:
Guin, Ala.. March 4. 19:5.
"I want to speak my sentients to
my' fellow sufferers about the D~r -.
J. McCrary pellagra cure. M-: dear
wife succumbed to this awful disease
--pellagra-whichl is taking this toll
from my fellow man, and the tell is
very great. 0Oh, my: what a dreadful
d'.ease this Is. After my dea'rnm
pa:nionl died. I took it myslf. I too~k
St..o treatments of the Dr.- Mc"-rar
t iethis testment~ to ll v s .
Cureein and ; n:.tra. ad &-u'
uiv-se r.l! who are su-ffe'-'ng f'-"'
pel.Iagra to take tis noted JN Mi
('arer P-,lagra (Cure. I have 3:
D'r. McCrary for 23 -ese
m~ to be a gentlemanr -ndi s :
.eni-a fine doctor. in fatIcnis
*o m'urh for this grersma a:
.v stout and hlealthy-"
Send r'e particulars of y:mr -'
-y agnos;:s for P'ollaga .d.'.
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Cut out this entire coupon and! i:2
2our name and address pla.:i .2
:ail your enquiry to
lHc.Ah Worm Itemedies. lae.
BOX 49 CARBON HILL, ALA.
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
Thbe Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
wellknown tonic propertiesof QUININE
and IRON, It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
unas up the Whole System. 50 cents.
Marvels of Landscape, I
at Huge Panama-Pai
LOW ROUND TRIP RATES AFF03I
These pictures at best can indicate 1
tional exposition at San Francisco to whi
Forty-two foreign nations, and more
have sent to this wonderful $50,000,000 s
the eleven colossal exhibit palaces and ;
ing built in most cases in a style of arci
000,000 has been invested In the "Zone,"
showmen are conducting the most wonde
for any celebration on earth
In order to put the opportunity of se
ber of people the railroads have cut ratE
tions of the city have agree to keep thei:
Complete information regarding this
ager of the Bureau of Publications, Pre
fornia, who will forward to any address
formation regarding the glories of this g1
SUPERB NIGHT ILLUN
At night the vast glass dome of th
projectors set within the building. The
one of the many marvels of the great T
rainbow. This photograph shows the
of the Zodiac over its gleaming surface.
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INSDE NN T P
Deils of acohite' perseCourt ofh
smia tare uingatb h Sne irnirct.
bulig i thin thme mer.,iio grnd:
obiesrn in. coneced tkie -
ma-aey K Inerntional Eab ot o n Smb
anbartoble. sued on es I
GREATEST OPPORTUNITY OF
IQURNEY A'.D SEE FiNST DISF
ut f-Kh.bly the irL. .able mrnwves ;:c
chl tle peori> of a ions are thror -r
than SO.0O individual exhibitors, r
ow the best of their present-day c:'
lso in the buildii-s cf the st-zc ad ;
itecture characteristic of the 'Atat: er
the 3,000-foot arnau.:ent street of iNi
rful and most orign:Ir :ight-seeing aid
eing this most mat.elous of all exprti
s in half to and from San ranejsc. a
schedule of prices d3wn to normal iigt:
wonderful worIlds fair may be had fre
ss Bu!!ding, Paama-Pacinc Internatior
a bcautiful si--ty-p2. b3oklet, illustraz
eat celebration and a complete descripti
NATION OF THE VAST PALACE C
Palatce of Hors ...! ure is played upI.c
globe, which isi he larg-est hemispheri
'anama-Placific In- rnational expositicon.
mat ildig ata:Qtwith the rays c
T HPON N " U TR ADM
ightin system th~e whole vst harea ofr
e-iffi Internatioal exposition. nFa
id first idte a-r *i the i
raiY Thisn 0:. raOUL turAL AD
e ho cni he si oino grieaounds f
ightning syremem. the hole nsie 01
iItatc.iyofu Exomotin Sanous:
-ines qu ~~ic ; reif fo h o,..
.rds a~~ nde Coi :' a t1 i
ru it 7-h ri itta
i ic~ epo N A~ddo
a 1f rnemr mm
. n i Exhibits
M, San Francisco
A LIFETIME TO
LAYS OF WORLD'S NATIONS
cntad by the Panama-Pacific Interna
ilting every country on the globe,
':.MLts which are now displayed in
cig!n group, the latter structures be
ntion represented. More than $10,
;reat fair, where the world's premier
purel-un attractions ever assembled
.ns within reach of the greatest num
A the hotel and restaurant associa
c for the asking by addressing Man
al Exposition, San Francisco, Cali
d in color:, containing detailed in
n of the Panama Canal.
n b:. rays of gigantic searchiight
cal glass dome in the world : ' is
then assumes all the cols of the
f the searchlights casting the cign
) R NEEEP[q
mtPl o ahner ttePn
er r (talestucurs
and scurede figues octheon orn
hisid Inn rsacty 500 feet-bein
Aci gshcos.rNed tenin
FNAS -Ia: o m
facade of the Press building shoN
organs in the world-Camaille Sain
nre of Lcndon. Wallace Sabin
literary life cf the exposition at
Detai showing the rich and C
acific International Exposition. Sa
ONE OF THE
End view of Gracco-Roman co.
ional Exposition, at San Franciscc
ounting these pillars are beautif
ause is the designer of these grot
ome of Philosophy- and the gran<
For Infants and Children
k Use For Over 30OYeai
.man's; true wealth hereafter is I
od he~ has done in the world to 1:
ellowen; when he dies, people v
~. what property has lie left behi
m? lut the angels will ask, wli
uod deeds hia.~ he sent before hi.
Dou'.: -Faed r:-ty
The dniy r -A e
the Ro'ma : .! t':. V.
one lo:i 'dd
tween the I0
Suthrn P..i>.. .. Ae
Soi :d Epc. c * - A
Ftstval Sn~r S C.
)RLD S GREAT ST P CGAN WI
International Exposition-from the soutt
ring at the extreme right. On the great oi
Lt Saens will play an original composition,
d other maestros. This hall will center
San Francisco many of the 400 convention
L SCENE IN ONE OF THE FOUR INN
irietal suggestion in the emnbellishment of
nf Francisco. In this court are orange tree
NORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFUL ARCHI
onade extending 1,100 feet before the Palk
>and curving in a graceful sweep along th
ul fiures of women gazing into an urn, ex
Lps Ov er the foliage and forestation of th
I central dome of the Palace of Education.
- Know it Well.
Famnil :r Features Weil Knwai to Hundreds
of Mannirg citiz~rs.
\in-,a t.ea~k or nelu'' :'-N
(Dofto-C ki. t Inlid u--fr
ih-re isud tr~ mony to' rv -
t r mit:1. aI'I .. ' V t
he .. LiD -.n l nt"- .E-D
il itu shp-. I iat pi-a i int my naik
ada !oins a e ia hi' diy walk at
t m.' a ~r e: an h
frion b -*'''i - -
Thirteen No H-oodoo to HI..
le-:r.Joh Fi gg inl acknowl
bt:a peenta tion from his comn
ein the Dover , ing.j police force
hi etiremnent, dened that misfo~r
c lced to the unmb:r 1:1. ile
1e .: "- as one of a famnily of 1::: he
- .atd .1work at thirteen; v~: i:- years
7. . is!::.t employment; joined the3
'oerplice on .April 13, whecn he v:as
nce thirteen years old; and his fam
- y umbered 13.
LL BE HEARD
promenade of the South Gardens, the
gan in this hall-one of the six greatest
nfd there wi-ll be recitals by Edwin La
the intellectual, dramatic, musical and
of this year making it their assembly
the Court of Abundance, at the Panama
in full bearing and rare flowers.
ce of Fine Arts, Panama-Pacific Interna
shores of the Fine Arts lagoon. Sur
rresive of Art and Beauty. Fric Eller
Fine Arts lagoon can be seen the Half
Rhernatismf Yields Quickly to Sloan's.
\'1ou cani Prevent an at!n-k of j :,
mati.,mfl fro~ni cominLL on. he yo eau
stp ja':P n!-nLLmm diatt.. ' onu
10 iir nn-le p u-tr:Lm ~n a fn
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ime brn - a e if ha . ...m t . n
a hd te of Sloan'5 I *
Tin-, I u hs .
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reief. .\d .
ptoted of th SuhGens the
ogn i.: ti~s.hi-n ftesxgets
the reply. -
we.pld ha-e 'U- ~o
Notice o D ,schar'ge.
15.:v 1 nt..
,ionce of Discliarge.
b r '-hirlnfn C.ounty. un:u 2t
.i priL Ul. Ltl12 o'clok .\. fir
: ., d iuhar e aus -x cut-r o :h
\ .1i [:-LTe tamn of I''i~~
b 4 .'ued. ca.ed
.Iust-:Pri Si T .
-0&\- [ BFl '
S .'. ac- -c
Mrs. Jay McCe:. . 3 -
enville, Texas. writes: ior
nine (9) years, I suffered with
womanly troub!c. I Lad ter
rible headaches, and pains in
my back, etc. t seemed as if
I would die, I suffered so. At
last, I decided io try Cardui. F.
the woman's to::ic, and it .
helped me r,!dt aw:ay. The
full treatment n only helped
me, but it cured me."
The Woman's R.Ris
Cardul helps women in time
of greatest need, because it
contains ingredients which act
specifically, yet gently, on the
weakened womanly organs. j
So, if you feel discouraged,
blue, out-of-sorts. unable to
do your household work, on
account of your condition, stop '
worrying z.l Cdui a
trial. lth-:shelpL: ....:sands
of women -h; not you?
Try Cardui. E-71
W.C. .m~a.J. W. WIDEMAN
DAVlS & VIDEMAN.
.rNoi,:vs VT LA w,
On First-Class Real Estate
Purdy & O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
0. 0. EDWARDS. H:'M. PERRITT
p DWARDS & PERRITT,
L CIVIL ENGINEERS
)meie Over lime Bank and Trust Co.,
MANNING S C.
G. T. Floyd,
SURVEYOR and ClVIL ENGINEER
Office over Bank of Manning
ci. H. LESESNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAw,
MANNING. S. (C.
C IL PT!IflYN DrR ANT.
Upstairs over Bank of~ :danning.
MANNING. S. C.
P'hone No '
D. J. FRANK GEIGER.
M1ANNING. S. C.
. '. PURDY. S. OLLvsr. 0 BRYAN4
P URDY & O'BRIYAN,
Attorneys Counselors at Law
MANNING. S C.
he State ot South Garolna,
Coulnti et Clarendon,
Uy v.James NI. Windham. Esq, Pr;'
W\ Hi Ea R'.'-S. The Sumter~ Trus: Corn
: .b- uit~ to me,' to granrt them
I..er of A\dministrat ion of the
*at an efAeets of Jacuk Richardson.
Ta se are itha-efo.re to ci te and ad.
:obalad singular the kicared
toi creitcrs~ of dhe said .Jack
ardso:n, deceased, that they he
m~ per before nme. in the Court of
bte, to be held at Manning on the
n'vda of .Aprii next, after publi'
mon hetreof, a: 11 o'clock in the fore
e-on. to shiow cause, if any they have.
vhiv the said administration should not
Given under' my haud his ~2d day
i .\lare b. A1.). 1915.
JA\MES M. WVINDHANI.
[eal.] .Judige of Pr'zobate.
Notice of Discharge.
I wil avis::o thY Judge of Probate
C -':ot~ e ,un:-:. on the 15th day
of . IO. :.a 11 ' oeoek A . Ni., for
-:.;.:;.e :ts e::eeutor of the
a: G~it. A ndersoni, dieceased.
.Jsll-A WV. ANDEIRSON.