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The Kind You Have AlN
in use for over 30 ye
All Counterfeits, mtat
'Experiments that trifle
Infants and Children
Castoria is a harmless
gorie Drops and Sooth
contains neither Opiun
substanee. Its age is it
and allays Feverishness
'has been in constant un
Flatulency, Wind - Coli'
Diarrhoa;. -It regula:
assimilates the Food, gi
The Children's Panacea
o Bears 1
es and A
.R. -J. M: De. Loach,
2. INTELLIGENT USE
- The Second oi
- AU state institutions have
_n the earl flifties. State orge
part in the building up of the tra
it- for- granted that the trade is
and have therefore framed law
every state where fertilizer is si
passed- exacting certain require:
grades, etc. Besides the trade; <
" the consumer and offer for sal
tilisers. We may say without
states themselves 'are :argely 2
" It- has. long been recognize
lines of science. This is perhal
early years. Germany discover
crops -increased the yields immei
lying causes, and has suggested
able lessons on her findings.
- tames on niddern agriculture; has
in t'e early histdi*'of the use
Kuhlman, a German agricultural
in the years 1845 and 1846, and
ered 840 'pounds of 'hay more 1
did not use the salamsmoniac.
~.pounds of sanamoniac to the at
In commenting 'upoh this 'T
-quite certain, that in the action
highest after the Chill saltpete:
- ammonia contained in -~It. On
with carbonate and nitrate 'bof
or nitrogen, equivalent to that
-the same conditions, was almost
- ertIlizer E
-A little further along he s
comportment of the soil toward:
- knowledge we possess of their1
the soil, by its physical condit
salts of ammonia, of chloride
*the earthly phos'phates in the
aome light on their action, or or
This statement was made becal
salt was added 'to certain mix
and Voh Liebig came to the coi
this added material-to the liberi
Only a short time after th
ash beds were discovered and by
in favor' with planters as well
*ing a combination' to liberate
and thorough satisfaction was I
*-the potash~ salts,~and here the.i
- lihowever, that Tribasic pl
-asfound efficient. This fact
- covered by a constant study of
*salts. -Liebig thought that thea
of dissolving- ph'osphoric acid ix
Ia turn added greatly to- the yiel
Germany's Crop Yie
We have here many hints
facts-namely that the three g
applied to the soil for good cr<
- potash. Fo:- many years thes
elements of plant food in a fert
Today Germany applies mo
any other nation in the world
yields of farm crops than an:
two facts are so closely related
has learned the lessoni of goo
vegetable matter in the soil,
cropping with any single crop.
on which the most money can
are the lands that will give grei
. All my town and cout:
property. Have betwe<
5,000 and 6,000, acres
farm lands, both large at
small tracts. For terms a'
particulars, apply to
Manning, S. C.
C. V. VERNER,
Concrete, Drainage, Roa
Superintendent of Water W
MANNING, S. C.
Phone - - - Water W
Iuvigorating to the Pale and
The Old Standard general strengthenin:
-GROVE'S TASTELESs chill TONIC. dri
Maltrnaeuriches tleblood.andbuids u
ry for Fletcher's
ays Bought, and 't hich has been
ars, has borne tho signature of
id has been made under his per.
mal supervision since its infancy.
0low-Do one to deceive you in this.
ions and " Jt-as-good " nre but
with and endanger the health of
Experience against Experiment.
substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
iing Syrups. I: is pleasant. It
i, Morphino ncr otier Narcotic
s guarantee. It destroys Worms
For more than thirty years it
;e for the relief of Constipation,
c, all Teething Troubles and
tes the Stomach and Bowels,
ving healthy and natural sleep.
,-The Mother's Friend.
he Signatuie of
Over 30 Years
Have Always Bought
oMPANY. NEW YORK CtfY.
uses of Fertilizers
Director -of Georgia Experiment Station.
OF FERTILIZERS IN GERMANY.
a Series of Six -Articles.
ostered the fertilizer trade since its origin
inizations of all kinds have taken a lively
ide, and in later years the states have, taken
proftable to farmers and merchants alike,
s to regulate its manufatture. and sale. In
d in appreciable -quantities laws have been
entu of the mamrifacturer, as to analyses,
ver-ambitious, might forget its obligation to
e .inferior, material under the name of fer
fear of 'successful coitradiction that the
-esponsible for the .rise - and volume of the
d that- Germany leads the world in many
is true in regard to the use of fertilizers in
-ed - that mineral salts applied to growifD
isely, and gave time and study to the under
to the: other 'parts, of,.the -world- many valu
Von' "Ldebi through'. his - studies and lec
made known much of the work of Germany
of commercia fertiliiers. Liebig says that
scientist,. applied salam-moniac to a meadow
Fund that on a' hectare (2% acrds) he gath
:han on the-same kind of meadow where he
He secured this--result by using about 200
:r . - - -
-on -liebig- .has the following to say: "It is
of the: guano, which produced the crop next
.an. unmistakable part was played by the
the other hand, however, the' experiments
nmonia show that a quantity of ammonia,
in 2 ounds of guano and employed under
xperients in Germany.
tys:. "The most recent observations on the
s the .food of plants show how slight is the
node of nourishment, and of the part which
:ion, plays in it. The -comportment of the
of sodium, and of nitrate of soda, toward.
soil, may perhaps assist us in throwing
4 of their ations, "on the growth of plants."
ise it- was always found that when common
.eral manures, 'greater yield was obtained,
elusion that this was due .to the relation of
tin of potash in the soils.
e war -between the states the German pot
-rapid leaps and bounds this material gained
as' experimenters. -The necessity for find
the potash in. the soils was now removed
und in the use of the nitrate of soda and
ndustry stood for a long time. Liebig does
iosphate of lime crept into the formula and
is very significant and happened to be dis
the use of the nitrate of soda and potash
e two plant food materials had the power
the form of earthly phosphates, and these
d of farm crops.- -
Id Greater Than Other Nations.
of what afterwards really developed to be
reat elements of plant food that should be
pyieldAh ar's phosphoric acid, ammonia and
a th'ree elenients have been the essential
re mineral salts per acre to her crops than
and partly as a consequence gets higher
-other na-ion. It is significant that these
, but it must be remembered that Germany
d tillage-deep plowing, the proper use ol
and the dangerous practice of continuous
It is also to be remembered that the lande
b cleared without any kinds of fertilisers
itest profits with fertilizers.
..Colds Quickly Relieved.
- Ma-ny people cough and cough-from
the he-ginninlg of Fall right through tr
Sro.O'r - get coh~l after cold.
Take Dr. King's New Disc-'very and
yI 'u will get almost immedJiate reoh-f.
It cheeks your cold, stop-. th- rackinw
besping, .tissue-tearing, cough heals
g rub intiammation, con e-, u.e r-aw
tates. Easy to take. Amtisepr: i am
-Healing det a 50e hotile of Dr Kings
New Dicvr and~ k-rep in the h use
tis certain!'y - eat m.-diemae and 1
C keep a hottie of it continually oin n
wiies WN C. .h sseman, Franonrila. N.
2nl I. Mloney ba-a if not sati-tIed hut it
iWhenever You Need a General Tonic
idThe Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic propertiesof QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Buildsi up the Whole System. 50 cents.
RUB OUT PAIN
Iwith good oil liniment. That's
Ith-e surest way to stop them.
*.The best rubbi:ng liniment is
Goduo s ~ i
orses, Mu1CD .
- ' Qood for ycsai ( &A .- a 1
Pains, Rheumiatism, Sprains,
ickly tCuts, Burns, LcC.
A ic r ~so 25c. 50c. $1. At all Dealers.
TURNING SILAGE INTO BEEF
It Cannot Be Considered as Substi
tute for 'ther Necessary Materi
als in Animal's Ration.
The word "silage" at one time sug
gested only brimming milk pails and
big milk checks. Nowadays it is as
well a big factor in putting the fin
ishing touches on choice sirloin beef.
Silos are common in the beef feed.
ing sections of Wisconsin. The main
reason for feeding silage to beef cat
tle is economy of production. It - can
not be considered as a substitute for
other necessary materials in the ra
tion, according to J. L. Tormey, Col
lege of-Agriculture, University of Wis
consin, who gives a few suggestions
as to the feeding of silage for beef
production under local conditions.
"Clover or alfalfa hay should be
fed along with the silage in the -win
ter. If clover or alfalfa hay is not
obtainable, use timothy or mixed hay.
In addition to the corn silage and hay
allowance, about three or four pounds
of cottonseed meal for each 1,000
pounds of live weight of the animal
should be fed daily.
'Tro-year-old steers weighing about
i,000 pounds may be started on about
20 to 25 pounds of silage, 6 to S pounds
of clover or alfalfa hay, and 5 to 6
pounds of a mixture consisting of six
parts of corn to one part cottonseed
meal by weight daily. In a period
of two weeks the cattle may be
brought up to full rations, if care
fully watched. At this time they will
eat about 15 to 20 pounds of silage,
5 to G pounds of hay and 12 to 14
pounds of grain mixture daily.
"As cottonseed meal is rather high
priced this year, wheat bran or glu
ten feed may be used instead with al
most as good results and at a saving
in cost of production."
OIL ON THE TROUBLED HOGS
Solution of Dipping Problem Solved
Much Added to the General Health
of the Animals.
Oiling hogs when and where the
hog desires has been found to be the
proper solution of the dipping prob
lem and adds much to the general
health of the hog. We have presented
several of these devices for oiling
hogs to our readers, all of which are
Automatic Hog Oiler.
being manufactured in increasing
numbers to meet the popular demand
for something of the kind. Here Is
one that works on a little different
principle than thas others. As the
hog rotates the barrel of the cylindri
cal stem the knobs hit the trip and a
little oil is released to run down to
the hog's hide. The slope of and angle
at which the "post" stands makes it
possible for the hog to get oil on any
part of Its body-top, bottom, sides or
BUILDING DOG-PROOF FENCE
Most Economically Constructed by
Setting Posts Ten Feet Apart
Put Barbed Wire First.
A dog-proof fence can be economic
ally built in the following manner:
Posts are set ten to twelve feet apart
and a barbed wire is first stapled to
them right on the surface of the
ground. Three inches above this Is
placed a panel of close-woven wire, 36
inches high, and about this two
strands of ordinary barbed wire. Care
should be taken to see that there are
no openings between the ground and
the lowest barbed wire. An inclosure
made in this manner, into which sheep
may be turned at night, is inexpensive,
and dogs will not go through it. Most
of the damage by dogs is done at
New Feed for Stock.
The stock melon, which is a cross
between citron and watermelon, is
being fed to stock in the Kansas and
Oklahoma experiment stations for ex
perimental purposes. The fruit has
somewhat the appearance of a water
melon. The flesh Is solid and lacks
Prevention Is Cheapest.
Have little bedding in the pen at
tarrowing. Walt until the pigs get
large enough to take care of them
selves before bedding heavily. Have
the pen dry and clean and keep it
thus. r.ake liberal use of the well
known disinfectants. Prevention is
cheaper than cure.
When to Take Chambarlain's Tablets
'W'hen you feel dal and stupid after
WNhen constpated or bilious.
\When you have a sick headache.
\Vhen y ou have a sour' s:omach
When you b-leh after eating.
When you have indigestion.
WVhen nervous or despondent.
When you have no relish for' your
When your liver is torpid.
Obtainablo everyv where.
C'urss Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cre
The worst cases, no matter of how lona stanaing,I
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.1
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
Pain and Heats at the same time. 25c, 50c, $1.0f
The Books of 1lt itra ion for the
M1unicipal election to he held on the
second .\onday in April are now oplenl
at the otlice of Davis and Widemnan.
and will remain open until the first of
Snpevisor of Registration.
No doubt you are, if
you suffer from any of the
numerous ailments to
which an women aresub
ject. Headache, back
ache, sideache, nervous
ness, weak, tired feeling,
are some of the symp
toL.s, and you must rid
yourself of them in order
to feel well. Thousands
of women, who have
been benefi'1 by this
remedy, urge , )u 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 as I ever did. Every
suffering woman should
try Cardui." Getabottle
For Greatest-Satisfaction Use
Curantea 7,00 W~es So"lc
Double Service 2 hee are made
doable the thicacs of the best
. Standaramae tres.lu er
.r tfaeo atrau gives that much
tiea e useae and erTho
ne 0-12 mlesotough
fabric nd ono inch surfaco tread rubber
mates these trs absolutel paaureptOOf.
These ties excel all others for use in the
ubover rough and rugged roads us well
aoard pavements. They areas idln
ad resilient as any other pneumatic h
air space nd pressure being the same.
They are the mo-t economuacand ~crOfree"
ponded onand tlretroublscanlOtbe tolertte.
MnyDon,1*Seri8style tCsare lutiseln the
U. . government and uropan War service.
Our outputlallimited to acertain amounlt. bat
for a shorttime we offr Mtheafolnnng.eed
specal pricea ssPBI
Sire Tubes CAMs Tbes
80x8 In. 58.60 880e 824 In. ~ M4.55
Sin. 10.85 8.10 1'x4 is. 21.51 .6.60
Sin. 1275 8:20 8x!~ i, 22.50 6.75
M34 in. 1 .754.2 inM 2.0x2
5.. F .od,
All other sizes not Ineln.c z1 In above list
als Tanshd Nunskids at l0~ additionaL
Terms: Payment with order at above special
prices, a 0t discount allowed on orders for
two or Banko tires All
personal Checks muss e
uthee tires now and
be cocd of their very
highunaliltlee. Sold direct
to tae consumernonly. ou .E
Deseyiefodert&P02i M. TtmialO.s
QR. W A4orU. oC O TEA
Double Service Tire & Al
O~eeOl Bnk0Manning .C
MANNING, S. .
vubb. o..Ars. . W IEA
NNt N F .oC.
SURVEYOR a AT CVLAWIBE
MANNING .S 0.
Anyone Nol relz tesriuns
>f nelectng acold ihe os.rvC
fieslts Co urt Hoeg.c mog1
cqui.ta. s HowS ftEn aeo
crd "e agh tNld dint doAW
higfoMtArNNitG S.ne Cno-te
VC.e dae is.e is nameMa
acs.AosNNhe S.eg C y. in
ai. 0. s P t he~ hoarsets and stop
hetcklny se nso s in t thra
hatudoes otpemi oldtosep
Any' oneil rei The sriOmnundC
-oa nelen old ife lef ebughs,
cinta rn'. 11:.0es or areness,
-:r. H c-aughtn co . it on
things n New t Lined i!-te
-c' rae isas is. nsarem.e
Three Men Said
My clothes look better. feel better and
last longer since you have been caring for
They ought to for we give them the
kind care that merits praise from all.
THAT'S SERVICE. TRY IT.
The Only Steam Pressing Machiae in Manning.
Hofman French Dry Cleaning Co.
IHORSES j~ iMULES
We have a Horse or Mule to suit everybody. Small and
large Mules. If you want to get real money come in and let
us show you what we have.
We have several fine Driving Horses, Saddle Horses,
Farm and Draft Horses. We can 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
Cloth, 2c. Yard.
Yours fur a square deal,
A Full Stock of
in stock, and ask your inspection. Get our
prices beforeyou buy. . Everything guaran
Highest prices paid for
D. M.Bradhamn& Son
The Bailey-Lebby Co
Machinery. Mill and Plumbing Supplies.
AUTOMOBILE and TIRE
.AGENTS FOR I
The U. S Tire Company's
I o~ael~ebrated 6. & T. TRE
Charesto, .- - . C
Does Pain Interfere?
There is a remedy
Read thin unsolicited -ateful
Nct long ago my left knee Se
came lame and sore. It paired
me many restless nights. So se. -
rious did it becoine that I was
forced to consider giving up my
work when I chanced to think of
Sloan's Liniment. Let me say
less than one bottle fixed me up.
Chus. C. Camppbell, Florence, Ten.
to use this year is a mixtude o equal
parts of Acid Phosphate and Cotton Z
This mixture will analyse NINE pe
'cent. available Phosphoric Acid. asa I
THREE AND ONE-HALF per centVAm
monia. and nearly if" not quite ON4E
per cent. Potash.
We are prepared to furnish boththe
above materials and also Blood a
Tankage. and we solicit inquiries:
"lI " -'r
Manning, S. C.
"Time tells what F
you did yesterdey.$
~ Make to-morrow better 2
by starting a Bn~1
If, for no other re'ason than theaunforeseen demands nze~
to human life, you owe yourself a Batik account.
Ii's a duty. because you hiavim't the power to predict %
futu e but yous have power to start a Bank aceount and fortif fe
bhefuture. Besides we want t.o~help worthy young meni wto ce&
sgintoday with S.
The Bank of Manning
3Trhere's a great variety of useful articles required
in the kitchen for cooking purposes, and we have
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 them most durable. Whether you need a -
whole kitchen outfit or an odd thing, it is here.
-tw To Give Quinine To Children.
.iBRLTNE isth tademrk namnegiven to
t.itove Quinine, it is atTasteless S-rup ple~
:ildren take it and never know it is Quinine.
so especially adapted to adults who cannot
|e ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor I~b rae.I ei~geo
.use nervousness nor ringing in the head. Try elnmaFcu.Idgeh iS
the next time you need Quinine for any pur- jHadhe?.aud -
se. Ask for 2-ounce original package. 'The amoe-doha mbs
mie FEBRILINE is blown in bottle. 25 cents. De' oCsddsIm.
rho Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head
cause of its tonic and laxative effect. LAXA
:IVE BRtOMO Q UININE is better than ordinary osaberrsm
2iine and does not cause nervousness nor
iging in head. Remember the full name and j ~ U-~
ak for the signature of E. W. GROVE. 25c.
rrPiles Cured in 6 to 14 Days Nef
>rdruggist wilt refund. money if PAWo
[NTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching.,NDugss2
nie hrst aplication gies Ease andRest. Ssc.