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Mar-v Complalhts Hear.
This summer many persons are com
plaining of head aches, lame backs, The
rheumatism, biliousness and of being
a"iways tired." Aches, pains all ills
esaused bp kidneys not doioz their work K
yied quickly to Foley Kidney Pills. ca=
help elimination, cive sound fifte
e nd make yoi feel better. Dick- con
son Drug Store.--Adv. Hoi
-~ of I
The Solier's Ignorance
The soldier's ignorance Is not always try
me@ftdi to the place In which he Is n I
fghting. The prospect of having to ins,
regard the khedive as an enemy re- But
--minds me of an anecdote of the Sudan rpu
campg. It was after the fall of Om- Ani
4asma; the khamn. was being pur- brk
med, and there was a false report that try
he bad been captured. "Hooray, Bill." T
Oe OBrituh soldier was heard to shout
4o aoether; "we've got the bloomin' kin
aydifE!" Tommy'was In charming Ig- C
norance of the fact that he had been wh
ularching under the khedive's flag E
ever since he had started on the cam- rep]
plgn.--London Chronicle. to I
Newspaper Man Recommends It. seoi
R:R. Wentworth of the St. James Dai
Mo., News, writes: "A severe cold set- rec:
tied in my lungs I fered pneumonia Wa
1-'I recommend this guenuine cough and as
lung medicine." Right now thousands bre
of bay fever astha suffers are thankful e
for this wonderful healing and soothing
remedy. Dickson Drug Store.- -Adv. I
Saving for the 'ay. stal
As my friend-Jones dropped a letter rod
"Wthe mail box he remarked: "There on
ge.s000 for my boy thn day he the
es-tSa irst vote." I inquired where we
its pecious letter was going. "My dan
-. IndUOdwto the board of governors tim
tbe eb said he. namig one of
t i forfive of which he s a mem
r.~ Then he prOceeded to aplatn
1 oc'ts me $100 a year to walk ntO G
h eb about ten times. Im going mei
todovsit that $00 each yer for My infe
an investing whenever the sum is -et
naderable enough. In the twenty Po
~ ~ ime
bsttm now until that election day-sr
the baby's first ballot Is put in fee,
lotthe aggregate vt these Club ove
::-Ans and interest Vil amount to cha
0 Am I wise?" Ill just pass the
a sqestion along to yo-4frar. in eml
Pknaa1pm Ligr con
Di The Ol Man Good.
- GsjW. Clough of Prentiss, Miss.. is
t.ieVeoty%-sven years old and bad troub- F
his kidneys for many years. 17
He writesthat Foley Kidney Pills did cam
;Ahim much good. He ususd many reme- a
s bu this is the only one that ever me
'him. No man, young or old.
to neglect symptoms of kid
Dicksons Drug Store.- a
Judge "Mde Good." diti
e..Mhinver judge on one, occasion, tor
by the obstructive tactics of gar
1swerdefending a case before him, of
that the lawyer had a very Is e
e imgr owledge of the law. The rio1
repeetfly insisted that it Bir
jwdge's method of trying the
M hi rulings that retarded the tht
The judge left the bench, in- der
4th awyer to sit as judge, and bir
hal an hour In properlif press- uni
~tha lawyer's case as a lawyer. He
somuch more law, than the
onthe bench possessed that
oending counselor stepped down
~ -~t~uwlegedhis error. He had
fuda good reason for ruling No
the. judge In a single conten
made by- the. latter while plead
Schools May Bar Cildren. sect
- mnon colds are contagious and at
ofbetin many cities are con- hae
erin hildren with colds a
olys Honey and Tar kd
land reliable fa~mily medicine
children from coughs, colds, a
nuTo 'ng cough. Parents. 5
opens. Dicksons Drug Store- Pil
- Effective Puihment, ' nini
20ne of the first judges-real judget h
-~ Dedwoodput In operation mnany lMal
d ideas' of corrective pnishment. my
man was brought before him fev
with shooting up a pec# i
Tbis without provocation tis judge y
te delight in tolling off half a son
4 e good shots, whose business it troi
tole allarond the. accused. F
as. made to stand up against Dly
~iyI.The closer the shots and thie Dos
*r scared the b2ccused the better i
d ~ge liked It. If the accused
against this little tit-for-tat
1nfamant he was formally ordered
Sstand up and the maimum ~n I
~jts.under the code was meted out
~hhn. In thercase of a prisoner whoa
not be impressed with the ter. a
~jtpractice sentence there were oth. Th
g enalties, such as a five mile gallop it
a frisky horse, with the legs of the mc
iicadtied under the horse's belly sol
~9dasaddle made of fair sised stones On
jwapdin a blanket for his seat. Pra hi
against this meant again the ex ele
His estWasa . do'
S0 D. Wright, Rosemont, Neb., 'wi
~~l.I was bothered with pains in the
' erginof my kidneys. My restts
,~-wsbonby freqent action ofmy
.kies.I was avisedi by my doctor t
SFoley Kidney Pills and one 50e W
made a well man or me. They the
~~eeerheumatism 'and backache. har
DisosDrug Store-Adv. a:
Di" d "*aqaer E
.raedsubn id the
der weakess at night. clY7 ea
tim.zerus run-down . witi
aufl and .trength. andsi
-the regnier acino i- ~ Th
KI Pills it
~-Dickson's Drug Store .it
S; To 90v Quinine To Children. driv<
r~adehmrknae en to an Con!
a o oes ot dsturb the stomach.
taeit and never know i s Quinine. D~
adapted to adults who cannot
n~OSe~or ringig in the head. Try
Utime you need Quinine for any pur-.
As for 2oneoriginal package. The
PUZ is blown in bottle. 25 cents.
STOPPED THE JUMP.
Royal Adviser May Have Saved
His Young King's Life.
ing Charles XII. of Sweden. who
e to the throne at the early age of
en. 'went out riding one time in
pany with his cousin. the Duke of
steln, and a few other gentlemen
he court. On the way they came
a a pile of timber standing by the
[side. The Duke of Holstein sug
ed to the king that the company
their skill by riding over the pile
heir horses. Ciar!cs assented and
sted upon being the first to go over.
just as he Was about to dig his
s into his horse tells Das lVueh fur
Cornt W::chtmeistr seized the
lie and s.id to the kin.g. -Don't you
to ride over that.'
3e Duke of Holsrein Ieane :ngry.
w dare you eross the wih of the
;," he exclaimed.
alily Wachtmeister answered. -Say
it you will. :ny :in-z sh:1 not do it.'
olstein then reinest up to him and
led wrathfully. "You do not seem
now with whom you :re -peaking."
)h. yes," said the otbr. laughing
-nfully; "I am speaking with the
:e of Holstein. But will you kindly
til that you are addressing Count
:htmelster, the royal adviser. And,
I said before, my king shall not
Lk his neck by such a wild and dan
us jump. Perhaps you were think
of becoming the king of Sweden in
event But you won't so long as
s Wachtmeister lives."
ist then the young king, who was
ding by listening to the discussion.
i up to his adviser and. tapping him
the shoulder approringly, said to
company: "No, gentlemen; I guess
won't jump that pile. It is a bit
gerous." And with that they con
ed on their way in silence.
A Wonderful Antiseptic.
erms and infectiqn aggravate ail
its and retard healing. Stop that
tion at once. Kill the germs and
rid of the poisons. For this pur
a single application of Sloan's Lin
vt not only kills the pain but. de
,ys toe terms. This neutralizes in
ion and gives nature assistance by
reoming congestion and gives a
noe for the free and normal flow of
blood. Sloan's Liniment is an
srgency doctor and should be e-ps
stantly on hand. 25c. 50c, the $1 00
contains six times as muth as the
lowers and Birds in Factories.
he time may come when ferns and
ary birds will be considered a nee
ry part of every - factory's equip
it. In at least one workshop they
e'been found to serve a most use
purpose-in a somewhat negative
sM, perhaps. In any event, it is
Deptible of proof that where flow'.
and birds do not flourish the con
ons are not what they should be
human beings. Flowers are re,
ded as a good test of the humidity
the air. if the air is too dry, as
fnen the case in steam heated inte
%, plants will wither and die,
is, like human beings, demand
gen. if there be a deficiency of
i element, the fact is speedily evi
.t In the drooping spirits of the
is, 'their reduced activity and their
fanning Mother Should fieglect The it
' Ie One's Health,
ftentimes weak kidneyt' cause great
nyance and embarrassment to cliil
2. Inability to control the kidney
'etions, at night or while at play, is
ibuted to carelessness and too-fre
tly the child is punished. Parents
ing children-troubled with kidney
kness would do well to treat the
eys with a tested and proven kid
remedy. If there is pain in the
. discolored urine, irregular urina,
i, headaches, dizzy spells or' a tired.
n-out feeling, try Doan's Kidney
s at once. A remedy that has been
in kidney troubles for over 50)
rs and has been -recommended t~y
sands. Proof of merit in a Man
r citizen's statement.
rs. J. S. Bell, S. Boundary St ,
mig, says: "A yoner member of
family had weak kidneys after a
r. He had dizzy spells and the
eys acted too frequently, causing
h annoyance both day and night.
>t Doan's Kidney Pills at the Dick
Drug Co., and they relieved the
rice 50c, at all dealers. Doot sim
ask for a kidney remedy-get
n's Kidney Pills-the same that
.Bell had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
ps., Buffalo. N. Y.
lphant Gave Sick Soldier a Pll.
n the island of Ceylon, where there
a great many elephants, there was
roung one which had been caught
tamed when it was a little thing.
a doctors at a hospital used to take
ound the wards with them in the
ruing, when it would see the sick
iers take their medicines and pills.
e morning a native soldier dropped
pllon the floor. In an instant the
phant picked it up with its trunk,
ped the pill into the man's open
ath, and, with a great puff, blew It
in. The elephant in its wild state
cks tender leaves from the trees
Its trunk; food growing about
roots of trees It digs up with its
ks. It takes up water with its
nk and pours It down Its throat.
en the flies worry, It breaks off
branch of a tree, and. mn1ing a
d of its trunk, uses the branch like
~an.-From "The Childs Book of
E G Hudson's Statement.
G. Hudson, merchant ofChamblee
says Foley Cathartic Tablets are
"best on earth" for a thorough
sing movement of the bowels
out the slightest inconvenience or
aenig and no bad effects. They
uni do relieve indigestion or con
tion quickiy and liven un the liver
y make you feel light, free and en
ti. Dicksons Drug Store-Adv.
Cities With Nine Lives.
te teaching of history Is that a
is hard to kill. For instange,
Ion has been decimated five times
>agues, in addition to visitations
phus, cholera and other epidem
She has been burned more or
several times. Paris has gone
ugh eight sieges, ten famines, two
es and one fire which devastated
Rome has been swept by pesti
a no fewer than ten times. She
been twice burned and six times
m to submission by starvation.
itantinople has been burned out
times and has suffered from four
ies and five sieges.
L ECT RIC sBILOSESSO
B TTRS AND KIDNEYS
Every Home Needs-a Faithl Cough And
Wben seasons change and cnlds a p
pear-when you first detect a cold after
sittin. nExt to one who his sneezed,
then it. is that a tried and test e rem
edy should be faithfullv ieste.d 'I
nepr wrote a testimonial hbfore. but, I
know po.itive1v that. for mvs-ilf rnd
family, Dr. Kine', New Discovery is
the best cough rniedy we ever used
atnd we have tr'ed them all." 50c a' d
Russian's Prayer for His Horse.
The Russir.ns are in the habit of
using the following prayer for their
horses before geAng into action: "And
for these a2ho. 0 Lord, the humble
beasts who with us bear the burden
and heat of the day, and o.Ter their
guileless lives for the well-being- of
their countries, we supplicate thy
great tenderness of heart, for thou
hast promised to save both man and
beast. and great is thy loving kind
ness, 0 Master. Saviour of the world.
Lord have mercy." Those also who
have traveled over some of the wide
spaces of Russia and Siberia will ap
preciate the simple trust shown in it,
for Russians have often to face
dangers alone on horseback in their
great country even in times of peace.
The Next Best Thing to The Pine Forest
For Colds Is
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey which gdes
to the very root of cold troubles. It
clears the throat and gives relief from
that clogged and stuffed feeling. The
pines have ever been the friend of man
in driving away colds. Moreover, the
pine-honey qualities are peculiarly
effective in fighting chiidren's colds.
Remember that a cold broken at the
start greatly removes the possibility of
Poisons in the Soil.
. The effects of growing grass ovel
the roots of fruit and other trees have
been studied for a score of years at
the Woburn experimental farm IS
England. From the results, It Is con
cluded that-every growing afbp caused
the formation in the soil of a sub
stance that is poisonous to otheR
plants, and more so to Itself. This
toxin gradually oxidizes, loses Its toli
city, and increases the soil's fertilitY.
Plants that have been poisoned ar
stimulated by the oxidized soil, and
outgrow those that have not come un
der the irfigence''of the toxin, except
in cases where the toxic effect bas
been so great as to produce perma
nent stunting. The toxic effect varies
with the ,soil, the plant affected, and
the vigor of the toxin-yielding plant.
It appears that tha toxin is not e
creted, bat is formed from the debris
of the roots.
Health And Happiness Depend Upon Your
That sluggish liver with its sluggish
flow of bile is what makes the world
look so dark at times. Dr. King's Ne w
Life Pills go stright to the root of the
difficulty by waking up the action of
the liver and increasing the bile. Dr.
King's New Life Pills cause the bow
els to act more freely and drive away
those "'moody days." 25c a bottle-Adv
A certai Confed.,ate private,
whose name iat be Jim Buckslew,
was in the z'remost lines at Peters
burg when the mine was exploded un
der the Elliott salient. After he had
gone skyward a piece he returned and
fell in the crater, and later was dug
out from under several feet of dirt,
alive. "I'm plum disgraced," he con
fided to the nurse in the hospital.
"When that mine went off I was back
from the trench a bit. Consequently
I was just goin' up in the air when
the other fellows was comin' down
and when I pased 'em every last one
of 'em cussed mie an' said: 'Hey, yu
damned straggler, yu, why don't you
keep up with the troop?"
R.3. A. COLE,
Upstairs over Bank of Manning.
MANNING, S. C.
Phone No 77
On First-Class Real Estate
Purdy & O'Bryaa,
ATTORNEYS AT LA W,
Manning S. C.
G. T. Floyd,
SURVEYOR and CIVIL. ENGflIEER
Office over Bank of Manning
E. . Pr~lDY. s- oL!vZR 0 BEvAlt
P URDY & O'BRYAN,
Attorneys ounselors at Law
MANNING, S C.
C. 0. EDWARDS. H. M. PERRITT
E DWARDS & PERRITT,
.L. CIVIL ENGINEERS
Office Over Home Bank and Trust Co.,
MANNING S C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING. S. C.
OHN G. DINKINS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Manning, S. C.
Office in Old Court House.
. H. LESESNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
W.C. DAVIS. 3. W. WIDEMAN
DAViS & WIDEMAN,
ATTORNEYS AT [SAW, -
MANNING, S. C.
ures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure.
The worst cases. no matter of how long standing,
re cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Poters Antiseptic Healing Oil. It rliees
Red Devil Lye in the Stop
A11 hog disease is caused by germs
that grow into worms. Stop it at the
germ stage by feeding Red Devil Lye.
This prevents disease and your hogs feed
out quicker. See directions on the can.
Get a few cans-try it-that's the test.
Saves Hogs and Feed
THERE 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.
Fo CasH or onaTimne with Aproved
Nitrate. of Soda,
/and Ammoniated Fert' Ners with or with
out Potash. Better see us before placing
ENNING OII IIILL
Manning, S. C.
ROUND TRIP FARE FROM MANNING TO
Tc tssold only for trains specified below on sun
days, limited to date of sale.
Lv. Manning................ ......... 7.07 A. M.
Ar. Charleston............ ...........I0.30 A. M.
'' SCHEDULEs .RETURNING:
Lv. Charleston.............. .......... 8.25 P. M.
Ar. Manning. ....................-....11.20 P. M.
For further particulars. tickets, etc.; apply to,
H. D. CLARK, Ticket Agt.
Manning, s. C.
W. J. CRAIG, T. C. WHITE,
Pass. Traf. Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt,
Wilmington, N. C.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
The Standard Railroad of the South.
TO THE TiMFS OFFICF.
The question of I
the American people.
- I four more states vote
urged that it become
political parties. It is
of every voter to stud:
Root, in discussing thi
4 convention of New Y1
"I am opposed to
- because I believe that
women and to every
' would be an injury t
every woman in the E
this if the right of suffrage were a natural
then women should have it though the he:
thing settled in the !ong discussion of this
natural right. but is simply a means of -c
be discuiscl i- whethcr government by tl
be better goveri;nent than by the suffrage
"l:o iy jugment, sir, there enter
woman. It is net that wcman is inferi:
different from man; that in the distributic
ties, our Maker has created man adapted
tions in the economy of nature and so
performance of other functions.
"Woman rules today by the sweet an
Put woman Into the arena of conflict and
which control the world, and she takes h
for strife, weapons with which she is unf
wield. Woman in strife becomes hard,
removed from that gentle creature to W
whom we confess submission, as the heav
"The whole science of government is
liberty and the pursuit of happiness. In
the duty and the right of protection rests
nature. It is so with men, and I, for or
th divine right of protecting my wife, my
and the women whom I respect, exercisir
that high duty In the weak and nerveles
to be protected rather than to engage in t]
my judgment, this whole movement aris
duty and of the right of both men and w
"The time will never come when th
functions of the two sexes will be broken
losophy; I believe that it is an attempt
social development, and that if the step e
ward on the march towards a higher, nobi
be found not, in the confusion, but in' the
A controversy has
press between the rai
Department over the
for handling the Unite
Chairman of the Raili
to state the, railroad
American farmer, said
"The railway mail
settled permanently a
as soon as the Ame'
subject, while seeming
down to a few simp
-which no one need be
"The first is that the Post Office De:
adjusts the pay of the railroads, only on
railroads to carry the increase -in the =
years without pay-manifestly an injustic
business. One consequence has been that
half the parcel post for nothing.
"A -second point Is this: In additic
roads are required to operate many tra
distributing the mails while in transit. B
for uch post offices only where they oc
in the many cases in which it merely re
ments in combination cars, although sui
railway post office cars only in size. B
character have been fitted up, and are z
the Post Office Department. Failure to :
hardship to the smaller roads on whicl
nece:::::ry to utilize whole cars.
"&ne last point: In thousands of ins
Office Department requires the railroads
*between railroad stations and post offic4
extra service beyond the rates covering
roads have no choice but to perform this
to carry the mails at all.
"Now for the remedies the railroads
mails weighed daily, or to have each a]
arately, as Is done in the case of priv
have the maills weighed, and the pay of t
a year, instead of once in four years.
office cars be paid for, at reasonable ral
ask that the Post Office Department ceast
service between stations and post offiee
service or pay fairly for It. These are th
gress. They gadly lay these reforms be
will appeal to the common sense and fair
Hon. -R. C. Duff,
(~ '~ -'4 International law in
'~.' capable citizens in tV
S investigate the expor
laws of nations on th
man, said in part:
"ArtIcle 28 of the
4' follows: 'The followi
band of war: (1) ra
Britain is not onlya
London, but in fact<
upon the inclusion of
non-contraband. Under this declaration,
maritime nations, we have a right abse
neutral ports of Europe, but to Germany
shuddes at the thought of the death of
down oni th~e Lusitania, but humanity woi
If it could have presented to it in somes
the woe, sorrow and suffering sthat will
sane of maen, vwomen and children in t
cotton being forced down to starvation pi
"The reason why cotton does not coi
simply because Great Britain has a nav
and, therefore, on the world supply. E!
into the open seas, captures American cc
may be destined, carries it into British
own nomination, which prize courts, of
and which, under such circumstances, aft<
pose, assess the damages of the American
fit and then, after having by such proc<
herself of tlie extraordinary high prices e:
produced in part by her diversion of our
The American shipper has no recourse em
of Great Britain reterred to, accordingi
international law, constitute war against t
"This grievance is now of many mon
to bring to market another great crop of
one would expect that our g'overnmient, w
fectly well how to deal with acts on th
amounting to warfare against our trade a
"It is not necessary for us to resort
taliation. A simple, adequate and obvious
to ad---iso Great Britain that unless she res
our t~reign ecmmerce, he will call on cor
dge the exportation of arms and munitior
Ever Have Y<
Wenever burn, scorch or gl<
We press with hot dry s
clothes and make them look
THAT'S SER VICE.
'Poe 4,Dry Cle~
Voman Suffrage is an issue before
Twelve states have adopted it,
upon it this fall and it is strongly
a platform demand of the national la
herefore the privilege and the duty
carefully this subject. Hon. Elih ;
s question before the constitutional
rk, recently said in part:
the granting of suffrage to women,
it would be a loss to women, to all
woman; and because I believe it
> the state, and to every man and
tate. It would be useless to argue X
right. If It were a natural right,
vens fall. But if there be any one
subject, it is that suffrage is not a
vernment, and the sole question to
ie suffrage of men and women will
of men alone.
no element of the inferiority of
r to man, but it is t-at woman is
in of powers, of capacities, of quali
to the performance of certain func
ciety, and woman adapted to the
I noble Influences of her character.
she abandons these great weapons
ito her hands, feeble and nerveless
amiliar and which she is unable to.
arsh, unlovable, repulsive; as far
hom. we all owe allegiance and to
en is removed from the earth.
the science of protecting life and
the divine distribution of powers,
with the male. It is so throughout
e. will never consent to part with
daughter, the women whom I love,
g the birthright of man, and place I
a hands of those designed by God
ie stern warfare of government. In
es from a false conception of the
e line of demarcation between the
down. I believe it to be false phi
to turn backward upon the line of
ger be taken, we go centuries back
r and purer civilization, which must
higher differentiation of the sexes."
been raging in the columns of the
roads and the Federal Post Office
question of proper compensation
d States malls. Mr.. Ralph Peters,
vay Mail Committee, when asked
side of the -controversy to the
pay question will be settled-and
ad with justice to all concerned
can people realize that -the Whole
ly complicated and technical, boils
Ae points of fair business dealing
a rate expert to understand.
partment weighs the mails, and re
:e in four years. This compels the
all tonnage during the intervening
:e in the case of a rapidly growing
last year the railroads carried fully
n to carrying the mails, the rail
reling post offices for sorting and
ut the Post Office Department pays
aupy whole cars, and pays nothing
quires the.use of post office apart
.h apartments differ from the full _
[ore than 4,200 apartments of this
saintaed for the exclusive use of
pay for them has been -n especial
the Department does not find it
tances (though not in all) the Post
to carry the mails back and forth
, but pays them nothing for this
the rail transportation. The rail
additional service gratis, or refuse
ask: They do not ask to have the
dpment weighed and paid for sop
,te shippers. They merely ask to
he railroads adjusted, at least once.
[hey also ask that apartment post
es, according to size. Lastly, they
ito require of them free messenger
s, and either relieve them of this
e reforms therailroads ask of Con.
fre the public, confident that they
iess of Americazi voters." -
As Contraband. coT
. . bo
one of the highest authorities on on<
the nation and one of the most,
ie United States, when asked to hin
tng of cotton and interpret the to
Is- subject for- the American plow
i Declaration of London reads asH
ngyntbe de'clared contra
w cotton, wool, silk, etc.' Great
signatory of the Declaration of~
alled the conference and insisted
raw cotton on the list of absolute
which was subscribed to by all the.
lutely to ship cotton, not only to
and Austria themselves. Humanity
th& splendid Americans who went
d have more cause for shuddering
imilarly striking and dramatic way
be occasioned to multiplied thou
he Southern states as a result of
mand 18 or 20 cents per pound Is
ml strangle hold on our shipments
gland sends her ships of war out
tton, no matter to whom the same
ports, sets up prize courts of her
course, are operating in her favor
r whatever deliy they-elect to .lm
shipper at whatever price they see
ss 'bought' our cotton, she avails
z:isting on the continent of Europe,
shipments, to resell it at a profit.
:cept to the government. The acts
:o the well-recognized principle of
le United States.
ths standing and the South is about
cotton. Under such circumstances
ithout prompting, would know per
e part of the British government,
o war against Great Britain in re- P
remedy would be for the president ,.
poets the law of nations as regards qua
igress to adopt a resolution forbid- mu
is of war to foreign countries.'' Knt
SS anyone's clothes.
Leamn, sterilize your
as good as new
Manning, S. C. The
of 11?vwh aave
be-n yd by
re1C'y, U. Y CU tc
LA Oil Lj i r~'
Mrs. Sylvania Woods,
of Clifton Mills, Ky., Says:
"Before taking Car dut,
I was, at times, so weak I
could hardly walk, and
the pain in my back and
head nearly killed me.
After taking three bottles
of Cardui, the pains dis
appeared. Now I feel as
well as lever did. Every
suffering woman sflould
try Cardui" Getabottle
The Successful Busi
Sgood one to follow; you can't go
wrong if you walk in bis footsteps.
man of affrs today is without a
amercial bank account; no business.
ieve-r small, can afford to be without -
iIf veul have not an account, get in
for success by opening one with
oiie Bank anud Trust Co
my wge -
NO OTHER LIKE IT.
NO OTHER AS COOD.
irchase the "NEW HCME " and you wt! have
:asset at the priec you: pay. The elimnination of
ir expense by superior workmanship and best
ity of materi i::s.urc life-long sernce at mim,.
Scost. Insist on hnving the "NEW HOME".
ARRANTED FOR ALL TIME.
wn the world over for superior sewing talities.
Not sold under any other name.
NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE C0.,0RANGE,MASS.
Foe e&.Z DV
Es to be dreaded. It leads to serious
ilments, Fever, Indigestion. Piles.
uick Headaohe, Poisoned Systen and
sore of other troubles follow.
3on't let Constipation last.
[eep your Kidneys. Liver end Bowels
tealthy and activo. Rid your systes
>f frnented, gassy foods.
Nothing better than
All Druggists 25 cents
ATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK
3rive Out Malaria
-And Build Up The Systent
:e the Old Standard GROVE'S
fELESS chill TONIC. You know
t you are taking, as the formula is
ted on every label, showing it is
iine and Iron in a tasteless form.
Quinine drives out malaria, the
bud u..p the system. 50 eents