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C"3Whi. n an With Black iver.
ThLiver is a blood purifier. It was
Shtat one time it was the seat o1
jthe The trouble with most
is that ther liver lecomes black
because of impurities in the blood due
ibAd physfal states, causing Bilious
MsHeadache. Dizziness, andL Consti
aton. Dr. King's New L fe Pills
wdi clean up the Liver, and give yot
new lUfe25c at your Druggist.-Adv
A Hotel Is Only a Hotel.
No matter what may be said aboUt
the drawbacks of the home, a hotel is
acold place for a family. The rest
lessness manifested by many women
of today may have weakened family
ties for a time. But there is certain
ty that'young people will marry. After
mariage they will reside in a cottage
or a fat. The-stay-at-homes will ever
long for their own fireside. The per
Sistent travelers will lose regard for
the homes With the tourists from the
Old World, they will be content to en
dare the accommodations offered by
the hotel man.-Troy Record.
Do t be a "Groach."
MY -pQC0sa-uiro a reputatiom
-ker n grouchiness wher
disposition are not to blame
Peerishuess, irritation, morbidness
bmkOusnes, melancholia most often ar(
the remul of impaired digestion anm
-.torpid liver. Foiey Cathartic Tablet
make you light, cheerful and energet
ie. At Dicksons Drug Store-Adv.
An persons are hereby notified not t
Uespass upon the lands of Millford es
tate near Bloom Hill, or enter th(
'grounds and building of Millford, with
.h arst ecuring permission from th
R. C. Richardson, Jr.
Pinewood. S. C.
Tt your friends as you do you
~ ooo scot Don't he reckless with
jas tecaube youlv got them.
Y ~trltlree res.
.r "ritasy" Offer-This and Sc.
BDomMiss thlsj Cut-out this slip, er
se. with fve cents oFoley & Co.
writngr your name an
You -wiHl receive I
-tria- - otin$
and Tar ud, cough
croup, .oley Kidney PillT
Foley Cathartic Tablets. At Die
-o Drug Store.-Adv4.
kaud aever knowitis Quinis
easted to adnns who cana
-man~ Des not **===ate uc
eved n for' an
r- ad ethe t emhi
3 Cme *nllow.
Isrn. aeci.Usrea er
BJae M. inham, Esq. Pro
sat o e t gan DimLeRSa
moishall andsinuathe kinre
Bnd Jaeis of tiuhem sd Sam
s.i tonme, deceraent etery bo
Adndtapparbeore mith the Coutv
.Problanee to he Eate andgo ef
dth ay of MayStne. afepbl
ationola herof ad 11in'lari the fonre
non Stoe showcase, itany they hav
bhy the said administration should no
Given under my hand this 26th da:
JAMES M. WINDHAM,
[Sa.} Judge of Probate
-.basins and sinks apply muriatic acil
~Zwith a mop. As soon as the discolors
tion Is removed the acid should be
Sthoroughly rinsed off with clear water
The acid works like mnagic4 It Is al
most instantaneous In its effect and
-the labor of scrubbing is saved.
Whsmeyer You Need a Glener-al Tonk
The Old Standard Grove's Tastelesi
ghITonic is equally valuable as a
M< nsl Tonic because it contains the
andRON. It actson the Liver, Drives
eM aalaria, Enriches the Blood and
jkids up the Whole System. 50 cents.
Her Set All Right.
Ella-"Allow a horrid man to kiss
SiNever!"M Stella-"Neither would
Buthank goodness, there Isn't
be aongallmy male acquaint
May Prove Fatal.
When Wil Man People Learn the Impor.
tance of It.
Backache is on a simple thing at
But if you find 'tis from the kidneys;
That serious kidney troubles may
That dropsy or Bright's disease may
be the fatal end,
You will be glad to know the follow
Tis the statement of a Manning cit
Mrs. J. E. Reardon, W. Boundary
Ave., Manning, says: "I was in bad
shape with rheumatio pains. My joints
were stiff and swollen and I could hard
ly walk or do any work. My kidneys
acted irregularly and . had dizzy spells
and headaches. The kidney secretions
were unnatural and annoyed me con
siderably. I used Doan's Kidney Pills
procured at the Dickson Drug Co., and
they relieved the rheumatic pains and
benefited me in every way. -I keep
them on hand all the time. and they do
me a world of good."
Price 50c. at all-dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs., Beardon,. had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props.Buff, alo, X. Y.
"Slowed u" at Middle Age.
The bard working kidneys seem to
require aid sooner than otber internal
organs. At middle age many men and
women feel twinges of rheumatism.
have swollen-or aching joints and are
distressed withsleep di-urbing blad
der ailments. Foley Klduey Pills are
) safe, prompt and can be depended on to
give relief. At Dicksons Drug Store.
lbs Ons MhtDe o ft TeHead
Because of its tonuc and tanative effect. LAXA
T19V BROMO QUINNis betterthan ordinasr
4Qubine and does not- cause nervousness nor
fn"ngninhead. Renmber the ftan name and
..twfr the s-s.r.e of . W. GROV. 25e.
W.C. DAVIS. J. W. WIDEMAN
DAV1S & WIDEMAN,
ATTORNE~YS AT LAw,
MANNING. S. C.
On First-Ciass IEeal Estate
PaUty & O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Manning S. 0.
;.. E 3. . LI. NBII
E DWARDS &PERRITT,
r AND SURVEYORS.
r Office Over Home Bank and Trust Co.,
MANNING S 1.
G. To. Floyd,
SURVEYOR and CL RENGIEER
Office over Bank of Manning
J. H. LESESNE,
sATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING. S. C.
C HARLTON DURANT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING. S. C.
DR. J. A. COLE,
Upstairs over Bank of Manning.
MANNING, S. C.
Phone No T7
R. . FRANK GEIGER.
MA NNING, S. C.
a' O. PUaDT. s- o1.1,ER 0 BRYAN~
PURDY & O'BRYAN,
Atterneys . ounselors at Law
MANNING, S C.
To Drive Out Malaria
And Banld Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chili TONIC. You know
what yuare taking, as the formula is
lneer abel, showing it is
* ad ro i a tatls form.
TheQuiinedrives out malaria, the
Iron builds up the system. 50 cents
When the doctor came down from
seeing her husband he told her that
her goodman woujd shortly be on the
road to convalescence. "What's that?"
she asked. "I mean he will be get
ting better:" said the doctor. "YFo
will know because he will get Irritable
--extremnely so." When he called the
nex6 day the doctor found the devoted
weman as happy as a sandboy, smiling
and singing to herself. "And how are
we today?" he asked. "Oh, he's get
ting better all right," she answered.
"He came down to the kitchen this
morning and threw acoffeepot at the
cook, and shot our old house dog be
eause It wouldn't say 'Please!' So I
cooked him a dish of tripe and onions
and he has gone back to work. It's
wonderful how you doctors know
For Tinants and Chikdren
-n Use For Over 30Years
Signature of ,
Malaria and iMoonlight.
Indulgence in moonlight serenades
or other nocturnal div'ersions down
In the Panama Canal Zone is unsafe
unless one is willing to pay the
penalty in subsequent large doses of
quinine. Malaria has so largely in
fected the Americans in the Zone
ater 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 warning that :t Is unsafe to
do so. In case necessity or the
search for pleasure leads one to so
expo0. himself, It Is said that Quinin9
SOUTH CAROLINA BOOSTERS SPECIAL
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
JUNE 18, 1915.
Persons using this train will Celebrate
SOUTH CAROLINA DAV
at Panama-Pacific International Exposition
which has been arranged by the Governor
JUNE 28, 1915.
Southern Railway has been- Selected as the
A get together movement under auspices of Cham
bers of Commerce of the State for South Carolinians to
travel together and become bettor acquainted, boosting
their communities enroute and taking part in the exer
cises at the Exposition South Carolina Day. Stop-overs
and many attractive Side Trips going and returning.
Make your arrangements through your local Chamber of
Commerce or address
W. H. CAFFEY. D. P. A.,
Charleston, S. C.
CITY TAILOR SHOP
Cleaning, Dyeing and
OF ALL KINDS OF'OARMENTS.
We also Clean Palm Beach suits. Ladies'
Work A Specialty. Bring your Hats to us
when they need attention. All Work Guar
CITY TAILOR SHOP.
'PHONE No. 1. OLD BAKERY STAND.
tbat stand out
As a man you liketeo dress
so that you stand out from
the- crowd---above tie aver
.IrAs merchants it is our
Ir osell clothes that lift
us into a class by-ourselves.
TatUSr CLOwere $o
Terepresent igsanesend the
1ow, You caatrustthe fab
f&1de you coud have a new suit in
. gturn~acodlaig to~the absoluteguarAn
toebehiud thisaecial sult.
MANNING. S. C.
THE" NE IDEA COU.
MORRIS NESS, Manager.
WE are now located next to post office. LOOK US -UP BEFORE -BUYING. We take this
means to thank our friends, patrons and the public in general, for their liberal response since
we opened our doors last Friday. We have had very good trade, showing how readily the
trading pnbllc appreciates the gjenuine bargains we are offering. While we were spared by
Providence, escaping with comparatively small damage to our large and fine Stock of Goods,
still there are lots of Goods that are damaged to some extent. All these Goods must be dis-.
posed of as quickly as possible, to make room for the replenishing of new and up-to-date
Goods. No matter how slightly goods is damaged
- It Must Be Sold!
It will be sold at your own price. 'Thus giving tihe public the rarest chance to purchase useful
goods at any price, at the same time we are putting the knife to our entire Stock of Goods.
offering anything that you may choose at greatly reduced prices, giving you the opportunity
of a life time to supply your wants at little cost, at the time of the year when it is most
Watch ur Ads.
in this Paper, we are prepairing some surprises for you in the near future. Come along, bring
your families and friends. BUY NOW, now is the time, while you .have the' chance to save
money, BE SURE TO LOOK US UP BEFORE BUYING. We are located 'next door to Post'
Offece. Come to see us, buying or not, you are always welcome at
Morris Ness, Mgr. '- - Manning, S. C.
Tastes Change. PaInt. - Some Men Can Be Mean! . Hearing Heart Beats.
Funny that the very fellow who begs Paint is used on houses, park setees~ Wife-"Everything you have you If YOU hear your hhart beat in one
a girl for a lock of her hair in thle fences and faces. It comes In colors. owe to' me." Husband-"That's what ear, as many persons do, it is no proof
courtship, days when he kisses it so Red paint is used on towns by young Doctor Jones' wife says." Wife- of anything wrong with the heart. It
fondly will swear like a trooper If he, college men and old deacons. Fresh "Who's Doctor Jones?" Husband- is much more likely to be a local de
finds one of them in the butter after paint is used by children when they "Thle stomach and nerve specialist" fect such as a chronic catarrhs of the
he Is married- have their new clothes o. Paint is; ----- middle ear or stiffness and retraction
Ialso used on sign boards wich are The Straggler. of the drui. This is on the authority
Words of Great Fighters. Put up every-where to improve tel A certamz Coaifed,:a ate private, ___ledin _phsiianof_ hicgo
Great fighters have been able, at scnery. No American scenery is whose name aiat be Jim B~uckLleW,
critical moments, to address their men complete without them.-Life. 'was in the Loremest lines at Peters- Daily Thoug
In words that inspired them with fresh burg when the maind was expioded un- In God's world, for those who are in7
spirit for the fray, and encouraged How indians Sleep Warnm- 'der the Elliott salient. After he' had earnest, there Is no failure. No work
them to face frightful odds with a The Indian, according to .a 'writer gone skywvard a piece la returned and truly done, no word earnestly spoken,
confidence born of their enthusiasm about camp life, resorts to two meth- fell in the crater, and later was dug no sacrifice, freely made, was ever
that carries all before It and almost odS to keep warm while asleep. If it cut from under several feet of dirt, mad. In vain.-F. W. Robertson
wins the fight before It Is begun. Our' is not unduly cold, 'he lights a rather alive. 'I'm plum disgraced," he con
own history, as well as that of the large fire and warms the earth, then fided to the nurse in the hospital. Million Demijohns a Year.
old wold is Ele with stikn in rakes away the coals, lies down and "'When that mine went off I was back About amilllo demjhsaemd
stances. Who can recall without a pulls his blanket over him. In colder Ifrom the trench a bit. Consequently annually In the United States, but h
thrill Far'ragut's command to "Go weather, besides this, he heats a big I was just goin' up in the air when lagest sizes are Imported. The work
ahead!" when warned of the presence boulder, covers it lightly with earth, the other fellows was comi' down- in the United States is largely done
of torpedoes In the bay? Or Grant's snd curls himself around it. He never and when I passed 'em every last one by girls.
eahn response, "We Propose to fight wraps himself in the blanket, but user 'of 'em cussed me an' said: 'Hey, yu
It out alkmg these lines if it takes all it exclusively as a covering, damned straggler, yu, why don't you'
lanmar"? keep up with the troop?" Where Nebraska Leads.
- ., .- ....- Though N ebraska as been term e di
-Rather a Neat Rebuke. Put It on the Other Fellow. Jug."aeGod" 'h state without a mie"it ranks
"We will novw take up our annual "We should so live," remarked the A Denver judge on one 'occasion. less thoe prdceto of tumhe, torot
collection for the benefit of the hea. 'man os, the car, "that the other fel- nettled by the obstructive tactics of ess onie com est fom ther otatou.
then," announced the Rev. Dr. Fourth. !ow will be to blame if anything goes a lawyer -lefending a case before him, a fpmceoesrmotrsae.
ly at the close of his sermon, "and I Wrong." intimated that ?he lawyer had a very
hope those young men making so much -- 'meager knowledge of the law. The 1 en e of Application.
noise all through this service will be Almost Floored Singer- lawyer respectfully insisted that it An "d 'a oodsman was walking
especially liberal in their contrib'u- Mrs. Newly-Riche had been invited was the judi~e's method of tryirng tfle through a forest when he saw a large
tion. They are in duty bournd to help to an exclusive private musicale at 'case and his rulings that retarded the bear approaching him. RealizIng his
their brother heathens." the home of one of the socially elect- case. The judge left the bench, in- redicamen, he exclaimed: "Oh Lord
--- - .it was her first appearance in the coy- vited the lawyer to sit as judge, and wen wthe m" aSi h perae "Oh
Eighteen Years in Cold Storage. eted circle and she was anxious to used half an hour In properly press- Lord, te mn mysie."'Sed:n "he
It is an axiom of good cooking tha justify her presence among aristocrat- ing th:: lawyer's case as a lawyer. He bear bote o mypproachSei theos
bee shuldbe ellhun beorebeig i music lovers by seeming well in- uncovered so much more law than th ea onthin tou hisprac e, e x-ods
sentuto the hell ung thefoner being formed in matters musical. So sh" lawyer en the bench possessed that clanmed "hipn Lod, is ykwnife be
sentotah hef,uatr th owes ofx- ventured a remiark when all had be- the offending counselor stepped down onmysde, j"st Lodclar neutaty won'b
certin hnd-qartr whch ws ~ come still, after the polite applause' and acknc'wledged his error. He hadonmsiejutecreetalyn
hibited at Smithfield market in Lon- 'o'- thie beautiful singing of the barli- not found a good reason for ruling I'll show you the goll-darndest bear
do engt avetsuremytgoneto r tone star of' the occasion. Leaning against the judge in a single conten- fight you ever saw in y>our life."
er entrem. egh nti atr o toward him eagerly and making her- tion made by the latter while plead- _____
they have kept ft in cold storage for sefa- osiuu tpsilseig
18yas hni a ae oftesaid: "Oh, Signor Deeptone, i am st -- -.- Foci i:;h Question.
Ice," so to speak, and looked at by ex- interested In the English composers;N* D A man charged at the Liverpool
ports armed with nothing more mo't you please sing someithing by Another hinl ti .re some- (Eng.) poic ecurt with fighting
formigable than magnifying glasses, Sir John L. Sullivanwa wt n'"b'ont e stated that th: pre::ecutor hit hi'm fir'4
they unanimously reported that It was 1rwa ihamnsabto ogton the jaw. "id you hit him first?
still sweet and sound, and apparently -- - -even more than seventeen miles per asked the stipen i ary. "No, sir." was
lacking but little in nutritive qual- The Mule. gallon is the women folks' scientific the reply. 'i . had hit him first he .
ties. A piece was cut off and sent A wise man, in his own estimation, discovery that gasoline, poured freely would have bec:: Ia the hospital, not
to the analysts so that they might announces that a mule kicks because around the roots of the burdock plasats ,
ascertain by scientific methods exact- it doesn't know any better. This will along the back fence, will kill 'em me
ly what chemical changes, if any, it greatly, surprise many students of ideader than a dcor nail.-Ohio State
had undergone. The now famous joint contemporaneous mule life. If ever Journal.OnasHrasteth.
was sh'ped in 1896, and sold to a firm there was an animal with low cunning "The training as hden Ostaer on
of military contractors at Malta, who expressed in its eye and its twitching Cheap Fliter. fessedly difficult task," says an edi
retained it In their cold store there nostril, that animal Is the mule. Its Tems muewtrmyb eilwie.N oedfiutta
for experimental purposes until the ability to place a kick where It will Tuhfed mos fimpering trg charcay he t riter. o mrets.fManytchhan
govenmet tok verther waehose ivethegretestoffnseto ts ice Take a large flower pot, put a piece of dren find the lask of conquering the
sonae months ago, when the quarter is something marvelous, sponge or clean moss over the hole in prejudices and old-fashioned Ideas of
was sent on to London.-_______ the bottom, and fill three-quarters full father and mother almost hopeless.
Facing the Music. ichrcewa odhirer-eogtohnovrtesesfte
Originally the expression "Facingeneweeecletadhsaiiy tPuth waeInohec D RcpefrH pns.
the music," was British army slang, wsudutd e~safrrfvr n tWl oeotpr.bakwtr fmlnhlat ls
and applied to men who were, foritfothpsio."Adnw"ad
misconduct, drummed out of the rank5s fureepiy',"ul umid-ovro.Hldorhadig.Le
to the tune of the "Rogue's March!" tligm o:pltc? f o' r oPreTi.yu iebatflyi h aeo
As in general use, however it mXYay a~ n ifeec om.uL ~ crepnet astelsee ffiue oeiesadcnep.Hp
have come from the theater, and rt-a- ieyu5pO',cj o ~ ~ otnTasxpsnsi ae-ee ojsa
fer to the fact that the actor al.d m th origo yhsis d biofnls.Itws rten ya
singer upon the stage has the or- neesr f'nt owtooitciwmnnexsnghrtdnssn
chestra facing him. In this case-it cmlxo fsm fm l'i.YS"aseiga nur hthdbe d
would have in mind the trepidation IAhr okcncit h addt' rse ohr Iwudhv rte i hne
with which the performer faced h"~ '. "~lrc? wsi,"htae bfr u aebe ikwt e"il r ue rau~~
audience while the orchestra playedmypitc''eqesincnevey dgbtintea.Thmatat hymrytefrtlc o
the prelude to his song or speech it siyadbity nsee. Im qnthsaml'dobimeite teasare.Isps ou o
meanig Isthereore,"meetg anagaisrt oliie. Hes enggd.. h ecs a cetd stesmwudntyu"Se-Sp
emergency." . itforite oiin."n o, said n.ps yuakm ndfn u.