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prices before you buy. Everything guaran
Highest prices paid for
D. M. Bradham &Son
Fo CasH or on.Time with Aproved
Nitrate of Soda,
and. Ammoniated Fertilizers with or with.
out Potash. Better see us before placing
16 OI HILL
Maiming, S. C.
ARRIVED ON MONDAI
We have a horse or mule i
body. Small and large mn
want to get real value for
come in and let us show y
Among the bunch are i
Driving Horses, Saddle, I
and Draft Horses. We ca:
with most anything in i
mule line, so don't fail to
Full line of Buggies, Wag<
Lap Robes, Etc.
Coffey & I
Manning, 5. C.
~ y~ai~ea~neal o B RI INC
and IO. s op theWoe ste. Dries
Strong And Well as Ever.
Fred Smith, Green Bay. Wis., sa. s:
"Foiey Kidney Pills comp etely relier
ed me of all s-,reness and pain in the
back and now I am strong and well 4s
-ver " rovl weatner makes aching
joints, sore mucles and irregular blad.
er action more unbearable. Foley
K:dney Pills help the kidneys elimi
nate pain-causing poisons. Dicksons
to Duv Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
what you are taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing it is
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form.
The Quinine drives out malaria, the
Iron buld up the system. 50 cents
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Your druggist will refund money if PAzo C
OITMENT fails to cure any cas of Itching,
Blind.PBleedingor fotrudingPile*ln 6to 14day&
The first application gives Ease and Rest. xic.
All my town and country I
property. Have between a
5,000 and 6,000 acres of a
farm lands. both large and
small tracts. For terms and P
particulars, apply to -
Manning, S. C.
On First-Clasq Real Estat- t]
Purdy & O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, k
Manning S. C.
The mind makes it and under th fA
term.- of the CONTINENTAL MORT p
GAGE COMPANY you can secure i
-it 6 per cent for any ieeal purpose an
,spproved real estate Terms easy, tell
us your wants and we will co-operate
with You. 84
908-9 MUNSEY BLDG., Baltimore. h
G. T. Floyd,
SURVEYOR and CIVII, ENGINEER
Office over Bank of Manning ci
ules If you If
see ths first.
'OHN LUB BOYS
.TO GROW BERRIES
rew Work Undertaken by
Some of State's Alert
lemson College Has Sent Boys Direo,
tions For Strawberry Culture That
Will Be Useful to Adult Farmers
and Surburban Dwellers as Well,
Advice on All Steps, From Prepar.
ing Soil to Packing Crates.
Eighty South Carolina corn club
ys, eighty of the best in the States,
e adding strawberry culture to
teir work. These are the boys who
r their corn club work last year,
on scholarships to Clemson College
ir the summer course. During the
urse they were promised that in
ructions for growing strawberries
ould be sent to them In the fall and
to boys expressed themselves as
Lger to try small patches of the
iscious fruit as part of their club
F. J. Crider, associate professor of
articulture at Clemson College, has
repared, and sent the boys a set of
Ltructions for strawberry culture.
hese instructions are simple and
r1ef, but cover the subject in all im
3rtant branches. They will be use
al to any who desire to grow straw
arries and this should include a large
amber of suburban dwellers as well
i farmers. Prof. Crider's directions
e as follows:
Soil for Strawberries. Any kind
rcept bottom land and stiff clay.
Preparation of Land. Break deep
, smooth the surface well, and lay
rows as for cotton. When ready
plant, knock the bed down to a
Fertilizing. Fertilize heavily with
able manure, either broadcast or in
ie furrow, before planting. Each
A1, just before mulching, apply
"oadcast a mixture of about 250
mnds cottonseed meal. 400 pouncds
dnit, and 250 poands acid phosphate,
ese being the amounts per acre.
Setting* Plants. Set plants in
raight lIne, 18 inches apart In row.
lace plants In rather large holes
Ith roots spread apart and pack soil
-mly about them. Keep roots of
ants moist until planting.. Place
ume of variety on a stake at end of
Mulching. As soon as plants are
it, cover ground all about plants with
avy coating of pine needles or oat
raw. This holds moisture and
weps berries clean In spring. Apply
tis mulch each year thereafter in
CultivatIng. Begin cultivation at
ter berries are gathered. Cultivatp
for cotton, keeping a loose lay&r
soil on top and all weeds and grass
Treatment of -Runners FI''st Sue
er. Let runners take root along
wa so as to get plants for a new
Setting'a New Patch. In September
is new plants In setting out a new
itch, following same method as bo
Treatment for Second Summer.
yie same treatment as first summer,
ceept that all runners must be cut
! (unless more new plants are
anted). Repeat this the third sum
Treatment for Third Fall. Plow up
mur old strawberry patch. Straw
irry plants will not produce desir
ile berries after the third crop.
Gathering Fruit. Pinch berries
am stalks without bruising, leaving
ems on. Go over patch erery other
ty, sometimes every day. Pick ber.
ms when they are red, while yet
'in. Gather in standard quart straw
'rry baskets. The basket is sold
Ith the berries.
Sorting. ~While picking, plaee the
rger berries in one basket, the sec
id size in another, and the smallest
so (which should not be marketed)
a third. This Is very important.
NamIng the Grades. Name the first
ide "Extra Fancy" and the second
ide "Fancy." Write name of grade,
irlety, and your own name on each
taket. Use quart isz strawberry
skets, 32 to the crate, and see to it
at they are neat and clean. Get
ices on crates and baskets from
anufacturers and have supplies reach
ia In ample time.
Arrangement of BerrIes in Basket.
ive every basket well filled and ar
nge the berries on top In rows.
irry baskets to market In neatly
bcked crates. They will coranld
tention and bring the highest palces.
DRAGGING WITH AUTO
A Western farm paper suggests thatl
rmera keep up their roads by hitch
g a drag to their automobiles. The
sa is to take the drag along behind
e auto for a mile or two when on
trip to town, then to leave the drag
' the roadside, to pick It up on the
turn trip, and to drag the othel
ie of the road. It has been tri5
*Ntto Be Neglected
Anyone will realize the seriousness
C neglecting a cold If he observes
esults of such neglect among his
equaintances. How often have you
eard, "He caught cold, didn't do any
hing for it and it turned into"--then
ome dreaded disease Is named!
Ordinary colds yield to prompt
reatment at the beginning. That is
rhy every family should be supplied
rith a reliable cough medicine-one
bat will heal raw and inflamed sur
aces, loosen the phlegm, a21ay irri
atlon, ease the hoarseness and stop
he tickling sensation In the throat
hat does not permit one to sleep.
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
B Invaluable for relief of coughs,
olds, croup, whooping cough, tick
ing in throat, tightness or soreness,
Trippe or bronchial coughs. It con
ains no harmful ingredients. It is
ealing, soothing, efficient and pleas
Dickson's Drug Store.
ores Old Sores, Other Romediss Won't Cis,
he worstcases. no matter of how long standn,
itcrdb h oderful, odrelal
ala ad Heals at the same time. 25c,50e,.5LI
Heard In Manning.
How Bad Backs Have Been Made Strong
Kidney Ills Corrected.
All over Manuing 3 ou hear it,D.,in's
Kidney Pills are keeping up the rood
work. Manning people are telling
about it-telling of bad backs ma e
sound again. You can believe .the tes
timony of your own townspeople. They
tell it for the benefit of you who are
suffering. If your back aches. if you
feel lame, sore and miserable, if the
kidneys act too frequently, or passagts
are painful, scauty and off color, use
Doan's Kidney Pills, the reme-y that,
has helped so many of your fri-nds and
neighbors Follow Lhis Manning eiti
zen's advice and give Doan's a chance
to do the same for you.
Mrs. M. M. Bagnal, Main St., Man-i
ning, says: "I had sue' aches and
pains in my back that I could hardly
keep goinz. My bead ached, I h'ad
dizzy spell1 and objects flor.ted before
mylcves. The kidney secretions were
unnatural. Doan's Kidney Pills, pro
cured at the Dickson Drug Co., re
leved all symptoms of the trouble."
Price 50c at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy-get Doan
Kidney Pills-the same that Mrs. Bag
I nal had, Foster-Milburn Co., Props.,
Buffalo, N- Y.
State of South Carolina
County- of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Emma Hilton, Willie Johnson, Joe
Johnson, Annie Johnson, Gertrude
Johnson and Inez Johnsoc. the last
two being infants and suing by T. M.
Wells, their Guardian Ad Litem,
Lo.is Johnson, Mogul Wade Way and
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Judgment Order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, in the above stated action,
to me directed, bearing date of October
25th, 1915, I will sell at public auction,
to the highest bidder, for cash, at Clar
endon Court House, at Manning, in
said county, within the legal hours for
judicial sales, on Monday, the 3rd day
of January, 1916, being salesday.' the
following described real estate:
"All that piece, parcel or tract of
!and lying, being and situate in the
County of Clarendon, in the State of
South Carolina, containing thirty-three
(33) acres, more or less, and bounded
and butting as foliows, to wit: North
by the Telegraph road, East by lands
of Rosa Weinberg, South by lands of
estate of Sampson Tindal, and West by
lands of John Deas "
A. I. BARRON.
Clerk of Court,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
outi of Clarendom.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
John B. Adger, Plaintiff
Lanham Coskrey Company, and J. C.
Under and by virtue of a Judgment
Order of the Court of Common Pleas,
in the above stated action, to me di
rected, bearing date of September 28,
1915, I will sell at public auction, to
the highest bidder for cash, at Claren
don Court House, at Manning, within
the legal hours for judicial sales, on
Monday the. 3rd day of January, 1916
being salesday, the following described
All-that lot of land situate in the
rodbeof Summerton, in the County of
(.larendon in said State, bounded on
the North by Main street, East by
lands of M, B. Tenant, Sotith by lands
f M. E. Tenant, and West by A. street
Said lot having a fronting af difty one
feet on Main street. and running back
pd uniform width to a- depth of one
bundred and eight feet, said land com
prising lots one and -two on plas re
orded in book No. 3. at Page 441, in
office of C. C. C. P. for said County.
--Purchaser to py for papers.
E. B. GAMBLE,
- Sheriff, Clarendon County.
Soter aiwy e
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ayThradeou allrtektts. o
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oted aissiwsip ndriv racierd
Thre s harl iyoown abv.ofdsg iSm
isosmbcal hoh th ae ofntre routh
handi th wodnete iTh other Servnce
ofthe south, seit iecl of the n
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swepin thrgoutes ofe ther oates in~
ofnectiondt Pouthercnd astay via
some Mississipp juion oit. nhi
ancthrhut e il The otenrvest
ofthe south, eithe adietedya bin ap
Southern lailway spendtas ao by0,
se0pi0g acyarin averothern rad in
cectialon wthi Souterisng Rilwy voeia
aconthtte"he Sothern tr n Seesr
ecinofthe Sotcwsotyds as bein attac
pe0,000 int yei Soutisin and allo
this advertising matter this trade mark
will appear hereafter.
OHN G. DINKINS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Manning, S. C.
Oflice in Old Court House.
.o H. LESESNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING. S. C.
V.C. DAVIS. J. W. WIDEMAN
DAV1S & WIDEMAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,
MANNING, S. C.
How To (live Quinine To Children.
FERLN~is the trade-mark name given to s
improvedQuinipte. ItisaTastelesuSyrnp. pleas
ant to take and does not disturb the stomach.
Chldren take it and never know it Is Quinne.
Also especially adapted to adults who cannot
take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor
cause nervousness nor ringing in the head. Try
it the next time you need Quinine for any ir
pose. Ask for 2-ounce original package. .he
name FERILIN.E is blown in bottle. 25 cents.
CONTROL SAN JOSE SGALI
Do Not Let Winter Pass Without Mak
Ing Effort to Get Rid of This Fruit
Pest by Spraying.
The time to spray San Jose scab
is In winter when the trees are leaf
less and dormant, because the mate
rials that have to be used are so se
vere that they would destroy the foll
age if applied when the leaves are on
The most satisfactory spray is lime
sulfur wash. When purchased fron
a reputable house it is more uniform
ly effective than when boiled accord
Ing to the old method. Directions fo:
preparing the home-made wash, hov
ever, will be furnished on request.
To prepare the spray from commer
ciel wash, dilute one gallon of th
wash with eight and one-half gallon
of cold water. Ordinarily, one spra:
is enough. In bad cases, spray as sooi
as t.e leaves are off and repeat .
February. We do not recommen
spraying with this material after th
buds have started.
, Lire-sulfur wash will not success
fully control the gloomy and cotton:
maple scales so common to map1
trees, nor will It successfully contrc
oyster shell scale of the orchard. F0
these we recommend hear;' oil eml
sions at the rate of one part of th
oil to twenty parts of water. Owin
to the variety of oils now being trie
out, any one wishing definite informs
tion about oils for these pests shoul
writ us. Oils bought from standar,
houses are generally well emulsified
but it is always wellto make a separ
tion test as follows: After making U:
the spray ,set one-half tumbler of th
mixture In a quiet place for an hom
If no separatioii shows in the form C
light oils coping to the top, the o
is safe to spray according to dire(
tions. When a separation takes placE
the manufacturers are always willin
to -4just the matter.
. A. F. CONRAD,
Professor of Entomology,
Clemson Agricultural College.
Bermuda and Bur. Clover Make Mom
Desirable All-the-Year Pasture
For South Carolina.
Bermuda grass and bur clover mak
the most desirable perxnpnent pastur
for South Carolina and Bermuda espe
caly is recommended by Clemsoa
College as a pasture grass to all farm
ers :n this state who are raising cai
tle and hogr or who expect to ras
them. One of the most essential step
in any live-stock development is th
establishment. of a good permanen
Eperience has shown that Bermud
is the best pasture grass for th
South. One of Its valuable qualitle
Is that it may be planted In practica
ly any month, the only precaution not
essary in winter being 1o cover th
roots deeply enough.
In sowing Bermuda grass, It is b-s
to use the roots. Run turn plow 11
rown two feet apart, drop a small roy
every two feet in thise furrows an,
throw one furrow bn each plante
row. Allow to grow for one summel
with only light grazing, and turn ur
der or otherwise break In fall, just a
or soon alter frost. The long runner
thus covered will furnish a new plan
the following season from each cove1
ed .&oint and you will have an exce:
lent so4. If done in thiswaya goo
sod can be obtained within tw
years at small expense.
If Bermuda grass is put in this wir
ter, bur clover can be added next Aui
Clemson Agricultural College.
TREES LOOKAS IF SHO0
Effect of Shot Hole Borer on Frul
Trees and What to Do to Control
This insect Pest.
Whenever you- fruit trees die bac
and you find little holes in the bar
that make you thnk somebody ha
shot Into the trees with a shotgu
loadled with No. 8 shot, those trees ar
Infested with shot hole borers. If wit
your knife blade you peel off the bar
you will find not sap wood, but a man
of nawdust instead. Shot hole borer
usually attack a tree that has bee
weakened. The principal causesc
weakening In trees are scale an
borers. A badly infested tree shoul
be cut out and burned during winte:
Badly infestcd branches should be ct
from a tree and the tree stimnulates
Insects stay over winter In bark a
little white grubs and pupae. By carn
flly watching the tree one may dete:
mine the time when the last brood c
beetles has come otit, which is abot
the middle of September. At tha
time the following wash should be al
plied po the tree:
Soap (not coal tar or naphtha) 31lbs
Water ................25 gals.
Dissclve the soap in 2 gallons<
kot water. With water batter the su
pac Into a paste. While the lime i
slaking in a barrel, add the soap an
the sulfur and slowly dilute unt
the 'whole mass makes 25 gallons. Th
salt has no advantage except to mak
the wash stick fastet to the trees.
This wash can be applied with
small paint or whitewash brush. Th
trunk and larger branches should b
A. F. CONRADI,
Professor of Entomology,
Clemson A gricultural College.
C HARLTON DURANT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
DR. J1. A. COLE,
Upstairs over Bank of Manning.
MANNING, S. C.
Phone No 'r7
. 0. PUDY..s- OLIVER 0 BRYA
PURDY & O'BRYAN,
Atterneys ounselors at Law
M ANNING. S C.
C. 0. EDWARDS. H. M. PERRIT
E~DWARDS & PERRITT,
L CIVIL ENGINEER
Ofle Over Home Bank and Trust Cc
M ANNTNG S C.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Absolutely Pure -
MADE FROM CREAM OF TARTAR
There's a great variety of useful articles required
in the kitchen for cooking purposes, and we bare
them all in superior quality. Kettles: Tea and Coffee
Pots, Broilers, Saucepans, Fry Pans, Cake Tins,
etc., we have in the most excellent makee. They are'
of the finest block tin, and formed in a way that
makes th'im most durable. Whether yor nieed a
whole kitchen outfit or an odd thit g, it is here.
Alcolu Railroad Co.
TIME TABLE, NO. 14.
Effective Sept. 1, 1914. Supersedes Time Table No. 13.
Station Train No. 1 Train No. 2 Train No. 3 Train Nb. 4 MI.
Read Up. Read Down. Read Up. Reid Down.
Alcolu Ar. 8:30) a.in. Lv. 10:15 a.m. Ar. 5:00 p.m.' Lv. 8:15,p.m. 0
McLeod Lv. 8:20 ' " 10:20 " Lv. 4:50 " " 8:20 .-" 2
Harby. " 8:15 " " 10:25 " " 4:40 " ." 25 " 5
Durant " 8:05 "' 10:35 " " 4:25 " " 8:30 " 7
Sardinia " 7:50 " 10:50 " " 4:10 " " 8:45 " -12
New Zion " 7:40 " " 11:30 " " 4:00 '1 " 8.-0 >". 14
Beards " 7:35 " " 11:10 ' ." 3:50 " " 8:55 " 15
Seloc " 7:30 " " 11:25 " ".3:35 " " 9:05 " 17
Paroda Jt. " 7:15 " " 11:40 " 3:20" "9:15 20
Hudsons " 7:10 " 11:55 " 3:10 " " 9:20 " 21
Olanta " 7:00 " Ar. 12:05 p.m. ." 3:00 " Ar. 9:30 " 25
Train No. 1 and No. 4 are Passenzger Trains.
Train No. 2 and No. 3 are Mixed Trains.
e Dadl , exbyptDSranas. B'-ards aind Hudson are flag stations.4
P. R. A LD ER.\MAN, T. M.
Ale'olu, S. (X
------LIDAY SPECIA LS
Now with the coming of the Yule tide season, each
and every one of us are confronted with the question:
k WHAT SHALL I GIVE?
Visit our store and see our~ large assortment of useful
Christmas artioles. We have gifts that will olease each
eindividual, something to suit his or her fancy. . Now at a
btime when every body wants ful value for their m >ney.
We are in a position'to till your n;nts as~ to quality: and
Remember that wah every arzt~ic.e purchazsed from..us
-ooes our binding guaantee, ars of honiest and success
ful dealing with the people of Clariendon County our best
assets are our satisfied customers.
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S "We Consider Quality and Price."
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IF IT IS
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B your work.
We are ready to give you estinn t s on your Phimb
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Come and( pick Oult.\ our Fixtures.
Old Bakery Sta:'dt Next to Pr issing Club.
Rowland & Caulder
Manning. S. C.
We Lead, Others Follow. '
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