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No doubt you are, if
- you suffer from any of the
numerous ailments to
which an womenaresub
ject. Headache, back
ache, sideache, nervous
ness, weak, tired feeling,
are some of the symp
to.3, and you must rid
-ourself of them in order
to feel well. Thousands
o cf women, who have
- be-n benefited by this
remedy, urge you to
T1 Voinn's Tonic
Mrs. Sylvania Woods,
e: 3*ton Mills, Ky., says:
"Eefre taking Cardui,
":2, at times, so weak I
ccid hardly walk, and
the pain in my back and
h e td nearly killed me.
Auter taking three bottles'
c Cardui, the pains dis
appeared. Now Ifeel as
well as l ever did. Every
suffering woman should
t Carli ." Getabottle
An Ordinance to regulate the sale of
Malts and other Alcoholic Com
pounds in the Town of Manning, ith
er under or not under Physicians
Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Ald
erman of The Town of Manning. S.
C., in Council Assemble and by
authority of the same.
Sec. 1 ' That after the passage and
taking effect of this ordinance. it shall
be unlawful for any drug stcre, or
druggist, or drug clerk, or other -per
son to sell or trade or barter any ma!t.,
or malt tonic, or Jainica ginger, or Bit
ters, or other compound wbich con
ains alcohol (except flavoring extracts
which are put up in, accordance with
'he requirements gf .the U. S. Pharma
copeia,) which is put up in packages or
bottles, and which is not compounder
and mixed by said drug stores or drug
gists or drug clerks, under written pre
scription of a reputable practicing phy
sician licensed to practice medicine un
der the laws of this S'ete.
Sec. 2 That whenever any of the
above mentioned articles, the sale of
which is prohibited without prescrip
tions, are sold upon the prescription of
a physician. the said drug stores, or
druggists, or drug clerks, shall keep
the said prescriptions on file, and shall
fill the same in accordance with, and
in the quantities directed upon, toe
said prescription, ~and all of said quan
ity to be filled at that tinie, and shalt
ot refill said prescriptions mjre than
netme, without a new prescriptlou.
r without a written statement by the
physician giving the prescription stat
oug that he wants the said prescription
refilled more than once. This ordi
2ance shall not be construed to apply
o any compounds or mixtures contain
ing alcohol which are put up and com
ounded by said drug stores, or druig
ists, or drug clerks where the same
are compounded and mixed by tnem
strictly in accordance with prescrip
ions of physicians, or to any remedies
ontaining alcohol and which are ordi
arily sold by druggists or other per
sons and not to be taken internally, or
ocompounds intended for animals.
Sec. 3 Any druggist, or drug clerk.
r other persons, convicted of violating
his ordinance, shall be subject ta a
ine of not exceeding One Hundred Dal
ars, or to imprisonment or to work
pon the streets of said t own not more
hai thirty day.
Sec. 4 This ordinance shall take
ffect immediately upon its ratification.
Ratified in Council this 9th day of
.A. C. BRADHAM,
. M. WELLS, '
A.N ORDINANCE TO FURTHER
Regulate the Running of Automo
biles and Motorcycles and other ye
fiicles propelled by steam or gasoline
or electricity in the Town of Man
ning, S. C.
Be It Ordained by the Mayor and Al.
dernian of The Town of Manning.
S. C.. in Council assembled and by
authority of the same.
Sec 1 That it shall be a violation
f the Ordinance of the Town of Man
ning for any Automobile or Motor
ycle, or other vehicle propelied b.
steam or gasoline or electricity to
turn corner at the crossings or ixter
sections of the following streets of saiul
town, in that the said Automobile or
Motorcyle or other machine being so
ropelled, coming to a halt at the sai"
street crossings or-intersections. That
is to say, to turn any of the corners at
the crossing of Brooks Street and
Boyce Street. also at the intersectioa
of Railroad Avenue with Brooks Stree t
near the J. M. Bradham residetnce, al
so the corner at the intersection ot
Keitt Street and Niil Streaet, at th
Stable of D.M. Bradham & Son. to
turning from Mill Street into Ke'it
Street going East, or in turning fro'n1
Keitt Street Street into Mill Street
Sec. 2 That any- person ort persous
violating this ordinance shall be suw
ject to a fine'of not exceeding Ten D.'
lars, or impr-isonment or to wor-k up' n
the streets of said Town not exr'-edirtg
en days for each said oItTense.
Sec.'3 That this or-dinance shall
'ake effect on and after the 9th day of
Ratified in Council the 9th day of
A. C. BRAD A M,
T. M. WELLS,
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey.
For your cold, for your- couch, for
-your feverish throat. uose and head,
use Dr. Be'liis Pine-Tat'-Honey, Hon-y
-oothes the irritation. Pine-Tatr cuts
the phl-cm. thus relievinti conge-ttm
Piu-Tar also ac-ts as an antiseptic, as a
-result general relief follows. Breath
ing becomes easier and further infiam
ation is arrested. Insist on Dr Bell's
Pine-Tar- Honey. It is an ideal treat
e~ent. Price 25c Adr.
Whnever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless~
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
~el known tonic propertiesof QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Bu..ds e te Whole System. 50 cents. -
For Greatest Sat acome Use
S tektub.0 Tires
Dos &vof e2rr0 are made
doable the thictnee of Ue bosh
Zee -amor SM srflee The
a e~ ren omleas oa toen
Sbde and one tub serie trh nbber
Thes tis aee al ohs for we iathe
eomatiouwr iongh and rugred roads as well
m bashrd pavementls. b aesrdn
and rslhent s MY otbhmemd
Thy aresoe nee
tires teOdaed.rd GROVB'S
a nT. Ironi in an t ste rve
e ieoutpo m. ainiaes
I ao b s upb thel sytem.~ i.a 1 50M et
IR. 5 A COL
MAn. NNT. S. .8
A oter asos not laluiCa in bore lit
ales israised. Ron-skids as n$~ additionaLI
Te. Cndebit. asseNEEs
feer O e 05 me Be
be oonvled obeIr.erY
G. . F -yd
ft Dohys Out Malaria
And Build Up The SysteI
Take the Old Standard GROVE':
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You kno'Ai
*what you are taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing it is
Oniean iron in a tasteless form
TheQuiinedrives out malaria, the
Iron builds up the system. 50 cent
D R J. AACO LW,
Upstairs over Bank of Manning.
MANNING. S. C.
Phone No '7
. V. VR .M.ERRI
EDWARDS & PERRITT,
E CIVIL ENGINEERS
Oine Over Home Bank and Trs Co..
MANNING S C.
G. T. FloyId,
SURVEYOR and CIVIL N11wE
Office over Bank of Manning
L. ANS NEGOTIATE
On First-Class Real Estate
Pu1y & 'yan,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Manning S. C.
CR V. VERNER,
MANNING, S. C.
J.OH. Gun. D KS, ~vaosv~
ARD &O'REY ATNW
MANNING, S. C.
OfATe NScDesfu S.sC.
OmTe Sucnessfd TBtsi
C nsOl oess thrRMedasn'Ce
esgo ne teo folw 1.u ct h~
Noma o afiN oaisce. ou
howevrcspal, canar to be ed nth
seonI Mondav nAae no w acut oei
lne wilr sucessain openin nte wirtc
11011 Ban W.d Wideman.
Th o S upaervsomatr of hoRegstain.
Dr.in g' eas tew ie Pill5c.S1.
Th Boos o Ristaio thard
BREED FOR THE FARM FLOCK
Farmer Must Suit Himself and Market
Conditions in Selecting Variety
Discard the Scrub.
As with most of our domestic ani
mals, there is absolutely no best breed
of hens; if there was there would soon
be only that one breed left, while
now one hardly dares say how many
good breeds there are without first
consulting the very latest issue of
the Standard of Perfection.
Then suit yourself and your mar
ket conditions in selecting your
breed, but select some one breed and
"stick to it" until you nave the best
flock of that breed in the county or
state. The color of the shell of the
egg has much to do with the market
demand for it. San Francisco demands
f. -. l t
Fine Type for Farm.
a clear white egg, while Boston wants
a rich brown color; and the interme
diate cities, all the way across, may,
in a way, take almost any. color; but
most city retailers find it to their
advantage to separate the colors to
suit individual customers.
But never, no never, fool away very
much time with "scrub" or mongrel
stock on the farm, and don't try to
keep too many breeds or you may soon
have a lot of mongrels yourself.
Even on the regular poultry ranch
where many breeds are kept, strange
"mixeries" sometimes happen in
come most unexplainable way.
It is often claimed that mixed
breeds or "scrubs" lay better than
purebreds, but a careful investigation
will -nerally prove that the feed,
care, and perhaps the age of the birds,
has more to do with the egg product
than the simple fact that they are
But while different markets demand
different colored eggs there is no mar
ket on this continent, at 1Nast, that
demands a dirty or stained\egg, or
an egg that has been under a broody
hen for a night or two, or one that
has been out in the sun for several
days. Gather daily at least and ship
at least weekly.
DAIRYMEN VERSUS THE DAIRY
Man la Chief Factor in Production of
Clean Milk, According to Medical
A number of American medical ex
perts and experimenters in nyglene
nade a study to determine the most
mportant factor in the production of
lean milk-the dairy or the dairyman
-and have -come to the conclusion
hat the dairyman is the chief factor
nd the dairy of secondary importance.
The clean dairyman may be trans
orted from dairy to dairy and can
nake clean milk wherever he goes.
It is said that If all the nonessentials
r matters of secondary importance
~re eliminated, the factors which even
lone are sufficient to produce under
he conditions found In ordinary
lairies a milk so clean that It will
ae with great regularity a bacterial
ount less than 10,000 - bacteria per
ubic centimeter are as follows:
Milking with dry hands into covered
nilking pails, the proper washing and
~teriization of milking pails and milk
ans, cooling the milk by placing the
ans in tanks of cold water or ice wa
:er, regular laboratory testing of the
ilk for bacteria, and payments based
in the laboratory tests.
SHES GOOD AS FERTIUiZER
hey Not Only Contain Potash and
Phosphoric Acid, but Also
Magnesia and Lime.
The farmer who burns wood for
eating and cooking should carefully
store the ashes and not permit them
o leach, as they have a peculiar fer
ilizing value. They not only contain
otash and phosphoric acid in appre
iable amounts, but also contain mag
esia and lime, and when applied to
:he land they also act indirectly to
ncrease the available nitrogen con
:ent of organic mastter in the soil.
Ordinary house ashes contain on
he average about eight or nine per
ent of potash and two per cent of
hosphoric acid. Investigators have
onsidered that there is enough pot
tsh and phosphoric acid in a Dushel
f ashes to make it worth 20 or 25
ents. Besides that, some 10 or 15
ents additional might be allowed for
he "alkali power of the ashes. This
~ower is that which enables ashes to
'ot weeds and to ferment peat. The
otash content of ashes will be lost if
hey are permitted to leach, and care
ihould. be taken to store them in a
The "dormant spraying" which de
itroys the bark scale and the eggs of
jurious insects, is the most impor
nt spraying of the year, in the judg
nent of some orchardists.
-R UT PAIN
the a:~ ay to stop them.
The~ - l. obbing liniment is
Good for the Adlments of'
%od for your outn A ches, I
PaLis, P,; mratism, Sprains, I
Cuts, Burns, Etc. I
25c. 50c. $1. At all Dealers.
nvigoratinlg to the Pale and Sickly
Th tandard gen era strngte n tnic.
Malara.eriches the blood~andbuildsupthe sys
n. . tru tnin. For ndults and children. 50c
To Lydia E. Pinkliam's Veg
- Washington Park, Il.-- "I am the
cher of four children and have suf
fered with female
nervcus spells and
the blues. My ch:
en's loud tal::ir;
?and romping would
make me so nervors
I could just tcar
everythin- to pieces
and I would ache al
over and feel so sic
that I 'ould not
want anyone to talk
to me at times. Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills re
stored me to health an:1 I want to thank
-'u fcr t:fe -c t':-; h de ene m. I
lava- had quite a .t cf trouble and
worry but it docs not af!'ect my youth
f-:l looks. My friends say 'Why do you
look so yoLiig and well?' I owe it all
to the Lydia E. Pinkham remedies."
-.irs. R2o:T. STOPWL, Moore Avenue,
V dington Park, I:inois.
wish every woman who suffers
female troubles, nervousness,
La. L or the blues could see the let
ters written by women made well by Ly
dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
If you have any symptom about which
you would like to know write to the
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn,
M.iass., for helpful advice given free of
Action Is Natural.
P. "R. Meehan, Hancock, Mich.,
writes: "I have given Foley Cathartic
Tablets a thorough trial and can pos
itively state they are the best laxative
I ever used. Their action is natural,
no pain or griping, and they clean the
system in fine shape." Stout persons
say the buoyand, free feeling they
bring is a blessing. Dickson Drug
F. G. Prevo, Redford, Ind., writes:
-An attack of lagrippe left me with a
severe cough. I tried everything. I
got so thin it looked as if I never
would get well. Finally, two bottles of
Foley's Honey and Tar cured me. I
am now well and back to my normal
weight." A reliabie .remedy for
coughs, colds, croup. Dickson Drug
Many People Don't Know
A sluggish liver can cause a person
an awful lot of misery. Spells of diz
zness. headaches, constipation and bil
iousess are sure signs that your liver
needs help. Take Dr. King's New
Life Pills and see bow they help tone
up the whole system. Fine for the
stomach too. Aids digestion. Purifies
the blood and clears the complexion.
Only 25c at your Druggist-Adv.
This May Interest You.
If you suffer with painsin your hack
r side. sti ff and sore muscles or joints,
r rheumatic aches, or have symptoms
f kidney trouble such as puffy swell
in.s under the eyes or sleep disturbing
bladder ailments, you should know
that Foley Kidney Pills.have benefited
thousands in like condition. Dicksons
Now F.eels Entirely Well.
A. H Francis, Zenithb. Kas., writes:
"J had a severe pain in my back and
souid hardly move. I took about two
thirds of a'50e box of Foley Kidney
Pilis and now feel entirely well." Miid
ile-aged and older men and wowen find
these safe pills relieve sleep disturbing
a!.itar ailments. Dicksons Drug
What Children Need Now.
In spite of the best,care mothers can
ive them this weather brings sickness
:o many children. Mrs. T. Neureuer.
Eau Claire. Wis., writes: "Foley's
Honey and Tar cured my 'boy of a
severe attack o'f croup after other rem
edief had failed. It is a wonderful
remedy for coughs, colds. croup and
whoping courh." It stops lagrippe
cougs Dickson Drug Store-Adv.
Pies Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Your druggist will refund money if PAzo
OINMNT fails to cure any ease of Itching.
Blind Bleding or Protruding Piles in 6to 14 days.
The first application gives Ease and Rest. 50a.
Coughs and Colds.
Not to Be Neglected
Anyone will realize the seriousness
f neglecting a cold If he observes
esults of such neglect among his
e~uaintances. How often have you
.card "He caught cold, didnt do any
hing for it and it turned into"-then
;ome dreaded disease is named.
Ordinary colds yield to prompt
treatment at the beginning. That is
why every family should be suppliad
-.ith a reliable cough iv-.m ::n-e
hat will heal raw and i2&:::ed sur
acs loosen the phbceTn, t'llay irri
tation. case the boarsencss and stop
the ticking sensation in the throat
').at does not permit one to sleep.
Foley's H~oney and Tar Compound
is invauablr for relief of coughs,
olds. croup, whooping cough, ticlC
ing in throat. tightness or soreness,
grppe or bronchial coughs. It con
airs no harmful ingreaiernts. It is
e ..g :,soohg. efmciet and pleas
4 Spend Money
To have your hs Cleaned. Pressed and
Why Not Spend It With Us
an~fle - e you ih -o -.see-. b
a .1.ttY u; .:0,li$r..n, f-r r run of w r
CALL US ANA ' E.
Hoffman FDrCh Dry CeaiH Co.
We have aHorse or Mule to suit everybody. Small and
large Mules. If you- want to.get real money come in and let
us shot you what we have.
We have several fine Driving Horses, Saddle Horses,
Farm and Draft Horses. We cn furnish you with most
anything in the horse or. mule line, so don't fail to see us
Full Line of Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Lap Robes,
Manning, S. C.
We are in the store
recently occupied by
Player Furniture Co.
Best Grade Tobacco
Yours for a square deal,
A Full Stock of
'in stock, and ask your inspection. . Get our
prices before you buy. Everything guaran
Highest prices paid for
D. M. Bradham&SOnI
The Bailey-Lebby Co
Machinery. Mill and plumbing Supplies,. i
AUTOMOBILE and TIRE
The U. S. Tire Company's
Celebrated 6. & T. TIR ES -
Clston . . . . - s. c.
There is aremeady
Read this unsolicited grateful
Not long ago my left knee be- _
cmlaeadsr.Ipandme many restless nights. So se
rious did it become that I was
forced to consider giving up. my
-tswork when I chanced to think of
Sloa's Liniment. Let me say
less than one bottle fixed me up. H5RE '
Cas. C. Campen, mlesee, it
" . _~-.4r"-------- ^/!
to usethis yearnis a mixtudef esqurt
partsof Acid Phosphate. and Cotton
*Sea d Meal.
This mixture" will analyse NINE peg
cent. available iPhosphoric Acidrand
THREE AND ONEHALF per cent. Am
monia, and nearly if not quite ofd
per cent. Potash.
We are prepared Ito" furnish both #ie
above materials and 'also lBood a r
Tankage. and we solicit inquires.
Manming, S. C.
If, for no other reason than thegunforeseen demnands lbV
o uman life, you owe yourself a Bank account.
fl's a duty, because you haven't the power to..radft
utre but youi bave power .t'o start a Bank accounot andfo~
efuture. Besides we want tolhelp~worthy young pien to sU~
~The Bank of Manmn,
'There's a great variety of useful articles required.
in the)itchen for cooking purposes, and we have
them all in superior quality. Kettles. Tea and Coffee
Pots, Broilers, Saucepans, Fry Pans, Cake Tms~
etc., we hav e in the most excellent makee. They a~re
of the finest block tin, and formed in a way ta
makes them most durable. Whether you need a
whole kitchen outfit or an odd thiir g, it is here.
wTo Give Quinine To Children.
EILINE is the trade-mark name given to an
totake and does not disturb the stomach.
idren take it and never know it is Quinine.
oespecially adapted to adults who cannot
rdinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor I o.d~. i~
enervousness nor ringing in the head. Try alims ee
enext time you need Quinine for any pur.- ikHedo.
.Ask for 2-ounce original package. The e.c
eFEBRILINE is blown in bottle. 25 cents. Dba Cm~s~n
I uinine That Does N'ot Affect The Head
ase of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA-Nohgbmh~
EBROMO QUININEis betterthanordinafry
amne and does not cause nervousness nor
ing in head. Remember the ful. naine and
Okfor the signature ofE. W. GROVE. 25c.
rPiles Cured in 6 to 14 Days Neif
druggist will refund money if PAZO
TMENT fails .to cure any case of Itching,' ADrgit
BleedingorProtrudingPilesin16to l4days. STSATO K
be frstpplcaton ive Eae ad Rst.aoe