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' i Drtv Out Malaria
Ar Build Up The System
Nthe Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELERSS Chill TONIC. You know
at you ae taking, as the formula is
ndtdou every label, showing it is
uineand Iron in a tateless form.
T~Qu~i~bdrives out malaria, the
Ir n build up the system. 50 cents
Notice of Discharge.
I wit: apPb, to the JudgA of Pr 'b4
fur Ciared4'n County, - t'e 8th da
-o Fehuar- 1918, at 1 o'ckk a. m .f.
tprs of disch-tre as Executor of t t.t
Ea:ie of Jwtine L. La-.gst,". d.cea e.
- I. E SMITH,
Janiry, 8th 1916.
.I. A (A) I E.
Upsair over Bank of Mauiong.
iA NN UNG. S. C.
Phone No 7T
t I s# . H. M. PRRIT.
DWARDS & PERRITT,
Office Over Home Bank and Trust Co .
MANNING S C.
G. T. Floyd,
SURVEYOR and CIVIL ENGINEE'
- Office over Bank of Mannicg
On First-Class Real Estat
A TTORNEYS AT LA W,
- Manning S. C.
C. V. VERNER,
Engineer - Surveyor.
Concrete, Drainage, Roads.
Superintendent of Water Works,
MANNING, S. C.
Phone - - Water Works.
dOHN G. DINKINS,
- ATTORNEY AT L.aw.
Manning, S. C.
Office in Old Court House.
ATTORNEY AT LAS'
MANNING. S. C~
W.C. DAVIS. JT. W. WIDEMAN
DAvis & WIDEMAN,
ATTORNEYS AT L&w ,
.MANNING. S. C.
C HARLTON DURANT,
- ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING. S. C.
a. O. PUEDY. S. OLIVZR 0 BRTAS
PURDY & O'BRYAN,
Attorneys ounselors at Law
MANNING. S C.
wOf The Successful Busi
is a good one to follow; you can't gc
far wrong if you walk in his footsteps,
No man of aflirs today is withouta
commercial bank account: no business,
however small, can afford to be withot
one. If you have not an account, get it
line for success by openin,r one with
H iome Bank and Trust C
Wheaever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Gro -'s Tasteles:
clill Tonic is equally valuable as
General Tonic because it contains the
wellknown tonic propertiesof QUININ]
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drive:
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
ma...the wboae system. S0 centi
1 l !! ii' I-.~i
SHEEP NEED LITTLE CAPITAL,
No Other Way of Investing Money on
Farm That Comes Back So
Profitably or So Soon.
Very little capital-that is, money
invested in sheep is called for, and
there is no other way of investing it
on any farm that comes back so profit
ably or so soon. One year's use only
is called for before the money is
coming back into the owner's hands,
with its double " interest. '
The fleece will pay one interest on
the cost and the lamb another, and
if the sheep have been well selected
there will be another interest paid
back in their growth. The benefit to
Making Use of Sheep in Cleaning,Up
Weeds in Cornfield After Cultiva
the land winl :asily pay all the costs
of a -flock for the year's feeding, and,
in' general, this service to the owner
of a Rock from the year's feeding, and
a field has been known to add so
much to the next season's crop as to
repay the whole amount of money
cost of the sheep, but it is a mistake
to start with too many. a
Three sheep to the acre are suffi- z
cient for the land that can be appro- i,
printed for the feeding of them. Thus,
if one has ten acres of land that
can be used for a asock each year,
30 sheep only should be procured. Itt
is an easy matter to add to the num
ber it desired. But it is to be con
sidered that the nock will grow very
fast, doubling almost, under favorable
condiionseveryyear i el c-ared
frpand the woes amont ofmoeya
three o four shears old. it is a mitae
mito k ok start with too mocy
otfold es and tha moeand aro
pratdefr tfeeding of them. Thuson
Cfonas en crbe-s i ofadtt
3shep o sold be Favored. I
(By an ea. LEIlhmatetoado Expernm-n
uice tha hre ate flc i romer
conydto every yeae If weaed
for tesngno more e than nb
teasily fogste yr old. nIt sat great
miake may mae ataone wthm aunder
ceraf olewsandios moy b ndrelto
mchouner ohedgr otCon.Sn
Claye ofarue-y oman dfer
(nt thigs no oneI Okahmad wiproet
vArs eaue, mst fmore partic
tharl -det sudeane in famtokred'
omrtopeatnrr feedin.I thse can the
besil getedl tenimalhat ht1
tie Toudhe mutof ived tat an aos
ible ay diesto sats oe time undr
ierethpain dtosemen eartilrly too
mschsuoder coithe condiions Sne
ctlictmehay a be used s an dife-:
from thngs o one redy wn-hll pove'
of wageral rule, mst ofe aded coic
a t only send to farsodcuetpa
Imon fandiong.I thicot aseso the
pooest geeredet that mighca use
uedtul Prevnie to ive eArlyas s
lee Troughins-eepAartcly in
trtme nt t ater Pose stgv
fromuon ato lltnes adoehafin fonem
fclea hydrats, fedisomvedlen afpintr
ofatrt hich asree add anen
tesonu. fgon igr
Dor norm give eudant gino suc aes
tonn and onv grlsactins onaoel oforh
poore themedies intou an itte.so
Bferstrvengtive Is or iv Animas.
Repeatn twowsrftoughs-epA t Fecem
Toeahsrg fromuct sthey
shul atrolltivity ofave stok fro
eansughsb theved of clea retur
anWkepawa fhlrom yads walos
mnur spies fthabstcremothersgcant
For woms thive eith rins osacn-s
tonn mand chiverines. of caoerr
every 100 Taroued ofboy boyiofta
edie hd faiedIe in a littlerflo
feeyr avigthes, or 18rours.nd
Repeat ickon weeks IfthoughtAdv.s
yor eauring throt veant had
soothesotheirittiof, live-a stcuts
theasuedby thus vlevingthenretrn.
Wesu tge hird rened olow. Brah
in bem ts eaher nbfrngr sicknes
maton isd arsted In ys oy of ael
ie-Thad faoled. It is a wdetrfult
cughs Prickso D5cA d tov. dv
sthes the itatin, Pin -T WarM-us
9 No doubt you are, if
you suffer from any of the
numerous ailments to
which au womenaresub
ject. Headache, back
ache, sideache, nervous
ness, weak, tired feeling,
are some of the symp
to:-.s, and you must rid
yourself of them in order
to feel well. Thousands
of women, who have
been benefited by this
remedy, urge you to
The Woman's Tonic
Mrs. Sylvania Woods,
of Clifton Mills, Ky., says:
"Before taking Car dui,
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 asleverdid. Every
suffering woman should
try Cardui." Getabottle
Action is Nataral.
P. R. Meehan. H:u cock. .M.\t
Cries: "I have uiven F.,ev Catha: ti
'able.t a.thoroagh trist ami can iu
Lively state they are the best lIa1x'
ever used Their act ini nrtm%
o pain or griping, and they cletn t
stern in fue shap-." Stout per-o:
+y the buoyand, free feeling the
ring is . a blessing. Dickson Dr,
F. G: P'E ve, Red ford. It d., wtrits
-A ..tt.ek of b} grqere left. me Wi
evxte .ugb. 1 tried t ver, - t t"ing.
ot so thin it lcok.o u- if I nc''
a u:d get well. Fit ally, two b"tles
'le% 's Honey and Tar cur, d . me.
u) new wtell and ba.k to n.v nor:.
&ei.ht." A irt ) tite tenmed. I,
("us:1 . colds, er, u.'. Die-kwon D- i
Many People Don't Know
A sluggish liver can cause a perso
n awful lot of misery. Spells of d i
iness. headaches, constipation and bi
)usss are sure signs that your liv.
eed-; help. Take Dr. King's N
Mfe Pills and see how they help toI
p the w hole sistem. Fine for Li
,omach too. Aids digestion. Purifi.
e blood and clears the complexion.
nly 25c at your Druggist-Adv.
This May Interest You.
If you suffer with pains in your back
r sie. stiff and sore muscles or joints.
r rheumatic aches, or have sy mptom
f kidney trouble such as puffy sweli
ns under the eyes or sleep disturbinr
ladder ailments, you should know'
hat. Foley Kidney Pills have benefite&
housands in like condiltion. Dicksons
I will sell to the highest bidder for
ash at the residence of the late Sallie
.McCall, in the town of Manning. a'
I o'clock. a. in.. on. the 12th day of
ebruary 1916, all of the householt
nd kitchen furniture belonging to
W M. McCall,
'an. 24, 19i6.
Notice is bereby given that I will
ot e responsible for any debts in
urrd by, or any acts of my son, Kel
e Moses, who is a minor, but of im
aired or unsound mind.
New Zion, S. C., Route 1.
Now Feels Entirely Well.
A. H Francis, Zenith. Kas., writes:
I had a severe pain in my back and
oud hardly move. I took about two
,hirds of a 50e box of Foley Kidney
Pilis and now feel entirely well." Mid
lie-aged and older men and wowen find
.hese safe pills relieve sleep disturbink
ladder ailments. Dicksons Drug
SRUB OUT PAIN
with gootd oil liniment. That's I
the surelt way to stop them. I
The best rubbing liniment iss
C ort,...'!! es of r
H 5.I-'Cttle, Etc.
"ozr oumA ches,
Ca urns, Etc.
AVOID SPREAD OF INFECTION
Thorough Disinfection Is Essential to
and Efficient in Preventing
In any outbreak of infectious dis
ease among animis thorough disin
fection of the premises is essential to
preventing the spread of the conta
gion. Certain substances, such as
fresh slaked lime or unslaked lime in
powder form, chloride of lime, car
bolic acid, corrosive sublimate, for
malin, formaldehyde gas, and com
pound solution of cresol possess the
power of destroying bacteria -with
which they come in contact. Tc make
the use of such substances of value,
however, the work must be done with
the utmost thoroughness.
In the disinfection of stables and
premises the following directions
should be carefully observed:
1. Sweep ceilings, side walls, stall
partitions, floors, and other surfaces
until free from cobwebs and dust.
2. Remove all accumulations of
filth by scraping, and if woodwork has
become decayed, porous, or absorbent,
it should be removed, burned, and re
placed with new material.
3. If the floor is of earth, remove
4 Inches from the surface, and in
places where it shows staining with
urine a .sufficient depth should be re
placed to expose fresh earth.
4. AU refuse and material from sta
ble and barnyard should be removed
to a place not, accessible to slaked
' The entire interior of the stable,
especially the feeding troughs and
drains, should be saturated with a dis
infectant, as a 3 per cent solution of
compound solution of cresol (U. S. P.);
which would be four ouices of the
compound to every gallon of water.
The best method of applying the dis
infectant is by means of a - strong
spray pump, such as those used by
This method is efficient in disin
fection against most of the conta
gious and infectious diseases of ani-.
male, and should be applied immedi
ately following any outbreak, and, as
a matter of precaution, it may be used
once or twice yearly. )
AID TO VETERINARY'S WORK
Device Illustrated by Means of Which1
Horse's Mouth Is efld Open Dur
Two pairs of pivoted jaws are
equipped with teeth plates to cover'
the teeth of a horse. One of the jaws
terminates in a set of fixed teeth,
which may become engaged with a.
Holding Horse's Mouth Open.
latch affixed to the other jaw. A strap
holds the device in position on the
head ofthe anlmal. By means of the
teeth and latch, the horse's mouth
may be held open during a veter
inary's examination. - Popular Me
TELL SHEEP'S' AGE BY TEETH~
When Purchasing an Animal One
Should See to It That None of
Molars Are Missing.
A lamb has eight small first-teeth
on the lower jaw. When the animal
reaches the age of about one year, the
middle pair replaced by two per
manent tee ,at the age of' about
two the teeth on either side of these
permanent teeth are also replaced
with a permanent pair; at the age of~
three the next tooth on either side
givs way to a permanent tooth; and
at about the age of four, the last or
back teeth are replaced in like man
Briefly, then, a sheep with one
pair of permanent teeth Is a yearling;
sheep with two pairs Is a two-year
old; with three pairs, a three-year
od; and with four pairs, a four-year
After a sheep Is four years old, one
cannot tell by the teeth about the
age. However, one who is purchasing
a sheep should see to It that It has
not lost any teeth, or that the teeth
have not become long and shoe-peggy
Have Some Sheep.
A nice herd of sheep will fit in al
most any farm equation. Look up
the pros and cons of the question
very carefully and we believe that you
will Include them In your next year's
schedule. If you have not the cash or
inclination to start with an entire
purebred flock, buy the best ewes you.
can and grade up with a purebred
important Stock Function.
It is an important function of live
stock on the farm to furnish a market
for the crops grown, enabling farmers
to convert the grasses, forage crops,
legue-:, and so on, into higher-priced
finished products anid to return to the
soil the plant food taken from It.
Coughs and Colds
Not to Be Neglected
Anyone will realize the seriousnessI
of neglecting a cold if he observesI
results of such neglect among his
acquaintances. How often have you
heard. "He caught cold, didn't do any
thing for it and it turned into"-theni
;ome dreaded disease is namea
Ordinary colds yield to prompt
ratment at the beginning. That is
hy every family should be suppliedI
;ith a reliable cough meicinife-onle
that will heal raw and infiamed sur
faccs, loosen the phlegm, allay Irri -
tation. case the hoarseness and stop
the tickling sensation in the throat
that does not permit one to sleep.
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
is invaluable for relief of coughs,
colds. croup, whooping~ c' 'h, tick
ing in throat. ti tbtnos *r n.~reness,
grippe or bronclial coughsi. it con-I
ta:s 'a l'a.-mful ingredien'.s. It ina
ngr~ sa.thir.g, eflicient and pleas- :
vigoratinig to the Pale and- SICkYL
'he Old Standard general strengthening toni.
ROVE's TASTELESs chill TONIC, drives ou
..alaria.eftichesthe bloodandbuilds upthe sy
er. A tru..to.ic. For nalt anid children.50
or Forty Years Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound Has Been
Woman's Most Reliable Medicine
-Here is More Proof.
To women who are suffering from some form of
voman's special ills, and have a constant fear of breaking
[own, the three following letters ought to bring hope: -
North Crandon, Wis.- "When I was 16 years
old I got married and at 1& years I gave birth to
twins and it left me with very poor health. I could
not walk across the floor without having to sit
down to rest and it was hard for me to keep about
and do my work. I went to a doctor and he told
me I had a displacement and ulcers, and would
have to have an operation. This frightened me so
\ much that I did not know what to do. Having
heard of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
I thought I would give it.a trial and it made me as
well as ever. I cannot say enough in favor of the
mnkham remedies."-Mrs. MAnZE Aasica, North Crandon, Wis.
Testimony from Oklahoma.
Lawton, Okla.-"When I: began to take Lydia R Pinkhnan's
Tegetable Compound I seemed to be good for nothing. Itired easily
ad'hadheadaches much of the time and was irreglar. I took it agamn
eforemy little child was born and it did me a.wonderful amount of
ood at that time. I never fail to recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's
egetable Compound to ailing women because it has done so much
or me."-Mrs. A. L. McCAsrAsD, 509 Have St., Lawton, Okla.
'rom a Grateful Massachusetts Woman.
Roxbury, Mass.-"I was suffering from inflam
nation and was examined by a physician who found
hat my trouble was caused. by. a- displacement.
[y symptoms were beating down pains, backache,
mud, sluggish liver. I tried several -kinds of medi
ine; then I was asked to try Lydia E. Pinkhams
egetable Compound. It has cured me and I am
leased to be in my usual good health by using it
d highly -recommend it."- Mrs. B. M. OseOOD,
Haynes' Pak Roxbury, Mass. . a
E. Plnkbam Meditine Co. (confidential) Lynn, Mass Your
letter7wil be opened; read and answered by a woman and held
We are in the store
recently occupied. by
Player Furniture Co.
Best Grade .Tobacco
Cloth, 2c. Yard.
Yours-for a square deal,
- A Full Stock of.
in stock, and ask your inspection. Get outr
prices before you buy. . Everything guaran
Highest prices paid for
D. M. Bradham & Son
The Bailey-Lebby Co
Machinery, Miu! an d Plumbing Supplies.
AUTOMOB!LE and TIRE
The U. S Tire Company's
Celebrated 6. & T TlR ESI
Ch.,,. st., .. . - s. c.
h[ S TFFIECK K,~~
Why bear those pain.
A single bottlewill
K . Liniment -
Prevents severe compli
I cations. Just puta few
drops on the painf u
spot and the pain
THE BEST RTIE
to use this year is a mixtude of equal r4 ~
parts of Acid Phosphate and Cotton
*This mixture will analyse NINE pe
i scent. available Phosphoric Acid and r M
THREE AND ONE-HALF per cent: A -
monia. and nearly if not quite O1E
per cent- Potash.
We are prepared to furnish both he-:
above .materials and also Blood and
Tankage, and-we solicit nqu es.
EANII -OIL 11
Manning, S. (C
"Time telsc what
you did yesfe rday.
s.\ Make to-miorrow better~
a by starting a Bank
If. for no other reason than theunforeseen demands incident
to hucan life, you owe yourself a Bank account.
Il's a duty, because you; haven't the ~power toi predict the
ftut e but you have power to start a Bank account and fortifyffor
gefuture. Besides we want to-help worthy young men to succeed-.
sgintoday with S.
The Bank of Manning.
SThere's a great variety of useful articles required
in the kitchen for~ cooking purposes, and we have
them all in superior quality. Ke-ttles. Tea and Coffee
Pots. Broilers, Satucepans, -Fry Paus, Cake Pins,
etc., we have in the mo)st~ excellent makse. They are
of the finest bloce tin, and formed ir a way that
makes them most durable. Whether you need a
whole kitchen outtit or an odd thirng, it is here.
iow To Glive Quinine To Children.
?EBR ILNE. is the trade-mark name given to en
t to take and does not disturb the stomach.
Children take it and never know it is Quinine.
Aso especially adapted to adults who cannot
t:e ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor Ist edae.I edoaroa
txse nervousness nor ringing in the head. Try alaa eevJdg~im i~
itthe next time you need Quinine for any pur- ikHaahPioe yamo
ose. Ask for 2-ounce original package. '"he asor.o ot r ubeflo.
nme FEBRILINE is blowu in bottle. 25 cents. Dn e osiao ot
e Quinine That Does Not Affect The Heai
~cause of its tonic and laxative effect. LAXA- ane.asyfos -
IVE BROMO QUININE is better than ordinaryNohgbeerta
Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
agn nhead.Remember the full name and D.Kn'
okfo te igatreofE.W. G~V.25c.
Pilies Cured in- 6 to 14 Days K eijLfeP s
ur druggist will refund mozey if PAZoI
INTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching, UD~gs 5en
Bid. leeingr Potrdin Pies n 6o24das. SIATIoN Or. I Ot flead C
The ?rstapDoin'ionetvCsonstipatiRest.fasc. -