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JANUARY 17, 1894.
APRIL 21, 1915.
MANNING. S. C., APRIL 12, 1916
PUBLISBED EVERY WEDNESDAY
I. I. APPELT,
EDITOR. AND PROPRIETOR.
AS TEE EDITOR SEES IT.
GOOD SCH0OS&=As the world <
advances education becomes a 1
more and more absolute neces- 1
sity in social and commercial 1
life. Without it but slight .suc- I
cess in either will be achieved.
We need a whole-souled cam
paign in the interest of our 1
sclols, for in the efficiency of
out educational system lies to a i
great extent the future of our t
children and our children's chil
GOOD CHURCHES. We need 1
spiritual as well as mental de
velopment, for without it we t
cannot hope to attain that de
gree cf manhood and womanhood 1
which our expanding intellects l
deinand. Good churches and z
mare..chnrches.are -needed, and
we need to view them from with- s
in instead of from without. "Go t
to church Easter."
GOOD HOUSES. The most i
brilliant of minds are dulled and t
blunted by' dismal surroundings. 1
Good houses and attractive <
homes are excellent food for the z
mind.. Clean up, paint up, and 1
keep the home up. It costs pen- i
nies and breeds dollars.
GOOD BARNS. Not all of our r
attention should be given to the f
home, for your faithful horse t
and cow, should come into their f
own. They speak not, complain i
not, ae paid not, yet are a 1
source of revenue which you i
greatly prize. Humanity bids <
you give them a home that is a i
home, one worthy to be called 1
GOOD STORES. Great mer- 1
.cantile successes are never
achieved from dismal and unat- i
and: a few others seek the dark
ness, but all others bask in the
sunshine of life. Neatness, tidi
ness, brightness, happiness, all
are attractive to the one whose
soul is the same-and humans.
like the butterfly, seek the bright
spots of existence. Be wise. -
GOOD SHOPS. Even the shop ~
may be in keeping with the mind
and the energy of the man. It1
may not be as spotless as other
places, but it may show a spirit
of thrift and perseverance which .
breathes of success in after life.
Good shops bring good results
and make better towns. But as
is the man, so is the shop
GOQD ROADS. No other thing
is.qnite so essential to the suc- 1
cess and'development of a com
munity as good roads. No other
element of success is so easy to,
attain-where all of the people
-have the will and the determi
nation to do. Good roads mean
everything to us, collectively
and individually, and we need
roads and better roads, and
we should go after them and get
GOOD FARMS. Good roads
are productive of good farms,
and prosperous farmers are the
foundation and framework oft
every Community. Without good
roads the farmer is retarded andI
handicapped, his earning capac
ity is redheed, his opportunity
for improvement and expansion
-Is lessened, his wor-king capital
is impaired, his. profits are elim
iatd and his future is cloudy
and obsbure. B~ut good roads
make good farms, and we want
every farm in this community
- to. be even better than good.
Build up the roads, and the
.GOD Bt1SINESS. We can~
have it, if we pay proper atten
tion to. our schools, and our
churches, and our houses, and
bans and stores, and shops,
roads, and farms, and all of the I
thousand and one other elements
that have a place in the makingI
ofa 'prosperous commercial cen
ter. We want it, and we canc
get it if we go after it with the
spirit and determination to suc
eed, but we must go after it
a s a Community unit and not as I
one or two isolated individuals.
Who volunteers for better busi
GOOD PEOPLE. But the suc
cess of all depends wholly upon
the mental,. moral and physical
calibre of the people. If they are
'good people," other things will
be proportionately good. Our
people are good people, but we
could be eyen better than we
are and our successes would:
nhance in proportion to our
ualities and our efforts. Good
>eople are desirable, but better
mnes are prizes in the sea of life.
Jet's all be prizes.
WOMAN AND HER CLUB.
Occasionally we hear a fellow
nake a jocular remark about
romen's clubs. He shouldn't do
t. He's in the wrong pew.
Women's e-iubs are a good
Ci.ng when properly conducted,
ust as are the clubs to which
In olden times much of the
risiting was done across the
garden fence, but today it is
lfferent. Women are more
nentally developed today than
hey were titty or a hundred
rears ago, and their knowledge
rturally craves an outlet and
Ln opportunity for expansion.
The- club is the medium for
A good, up to-date. pre ss
ve woman's club would do o
farm in this town. It might ao
lot of good. It at least would
)e a source of enjoyment to the
women of the commurii'ty, for it
would bring them into closer
ouch.with one another and en
ble them to discuss and take
neasures to cope with the many
roblems that face our social,
nunicipal and commercial li'e.
When a body of women get to
;ether, each with some idea for
the betterment of political or
;ocial- conditions, the best that
s in them collectively will (-:)ne
o the front, and will sere to
)roaden and develop the moral
end material welfare of the corn
nunity. Women have brains and
>ossess the ability to apply tlem
hen afforded an opportunity.
There are many things a pro
ressive woman's club could do
or this town. Such an organiza
ion could exert a wonderful in
luence for good, and we, for one
would like to see it an accom
>lished fact. We would '-ke to
levote the necessary space in
>ur columns to assist in the good
work of such a club. We would
ike to get behind it in our hum
)le capacity and do some roytl
For when our women champ
on a cause, that cause is invari
Ebry a just and righteous one.
And we, emphatically, are for
Now, really, did any one im
igine Villa would simply squ t
lown and wait to be captured? .
It will be a crime against na
ure if the war deprives us oft
he dyes for our Easter eggs.
Villa has been killed so many
imes the public wvill not believe
t when the c-ass really cioes
tretch hemp. - -
When close pressed Villa
night take refuge in his $5.000
How's This f
We offer One Hundred Dollars iteward for
ly case of Catarrh that cannot he ecured t
[ars Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props.. Toledo. 0.
We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney
3r the last 15 years. and believe hin perf-e2y
onorabe in all business transactions and tinian
aily able to carry out any obliaations made by
rEs'T TRUAx, wholesale druid~ss Tul' 7 0.
VALPIsO, KIss~A & MAKVL'. wholesale d rt
sists Toledo. 0.
Hais Catarrh Cure is. taken internally. aetia. 4
iretiv upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
tte sy'stem. Price 75c. per bottle. sol by all
rugists. Testimonials ree.
Has Family Pills are the best
One of the most pleasant affairs ofJ
he season was the miscellaneous show
r iven by Miss Jessie Curt is on !ast I
donday afternoon in honor of Missi
auy Marie Jones who will be muaraied
n the 19th inst , to Mr. Cat-rlH-idIT. ofI
~barleston. On accountof the ihreat-e
nin weather many were prevented
rom being present. Those whio a
ended were: Misses Julia Cor-oett, l.a
eddings, Catherine McClaurin., Luh -
3enson Mesdames Henry Curt i-. L-tu
ie Grimn. T. W. Guater. W. S. Kids.
W. E. Tisdal, and C. R. Curtia. D~ur
ng the afternoon, all of tht'- u.-sta
rrote letters to the bride, to b: oo' a
n certain dates after her mari iar.
ittle William Edward Tisdale ~.e wd e
s Cupid, and presented many little
fifts to the guest of honor. She in a
er sweet, and apporeciative manner
ixpressed thanks for- the kindine-ses
howered upon her. Refreshments
onsisting of apple-float with cherries.
rit and poud cake nith delicious
Lome-made mints were served by the
Mr. .1. Mims moved his famtiy to x
umter on Mondiay where the-y will e
nake their future home He will bull
,house later to replace the one .xecent
v burned to be rented by Mr-. Laurie
Several from here attended "The
sirth of a Nation.' in :Jumter last
The P'axville graded shool will
lose on the 20th inst. The gradoa'
ng exercises will be held on tiue eveu
og of that date. The graduatonr class
s, Misses Edna McLeod, Sudie tuttr,
a and Tabbie Geddings. Messes l-arie
:utt em, Claude and Condy McLeodl. A
ignilcant fact is that these are the
irst boys to have completed the entire
:ourse in the histor-y of thec schio .
diss McClaurin will teach a months
Mrs A. L. J. Bradhamn has been
juite sick for several days. Her daugh
,er, Mrs. J. M. Bradhami from Mati
2ing is at htem bed side.
Mr. and Mrs. .lm 8e:1 iretue i
Honday rom Charleston wherec the:
aave been visiting thelir son. Mtrrtay
Mr. John Hlolladav. now a resident
f St. Petersburg, Va., was here lk '
week to visit his folks. His wi a it
.h ildren wili shortly to join him tu:ere
Mis Jimmie Broadway be
her school at Smoaks anti is noe; -
fTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
L. Levi, Plaintiff
,arter Davis, Defendant.
By virtue of a Decree of the Court
if Common Pleas for Clarendon Coun
y, in the State of South Carolina, in
he above stated action, to me directed,
earing date of March the 24th, 1916,
will sell at public auction, to the
ighest bidder for cash, at the Court
louse at Manning, in said County,
eithin the legal hours for judicial sales
>n Monday the 1st day of May, 1916.
eing sales day. the following describ
d real estate:
All that piece, parcel or tract of land,
yin:, being and situated in the County
f Clarendon, in the State aforesaid,
wenty-four (24) acres more or less,
s per plat of G. T. Fk-vd, Civil Engi
Leer, dated March 1914, and designated
n said plat as Tract No. 8. Said plat
>eing lodged in the office of the Clerk
f Court for Clarendon Coun'y, in
udgment Roll No. 4476, and said tract
f land is hounded and butting as 'ol
ow;, tc-wit: North by Tract No. 7, al
otted to Johnnie Davis; East by lands
f Mrs. Rosa Weinberg: South by lands
if Kenedy Dingle, and West by lands
if Peter Clark, the said tract of land
)e:ng the same that was r.llotted to the
aid Carter Davis in the Partition suit
if Lutitia i)avis, et al, vs. James Arthur
avis, et al.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. GAMBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of C!arendon1
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
A. Levi, Plaintiff
iarah Nelson, Defendant.
Under ana by virtue of a Jugdment
)rder of the Court of Common Pleas,
a the above stated action to me di
ected. bearing date of March the 24th,
916. I will sell at public auction, to
he highest bidder for cash, at the
;ourt Hous6 at Manning,in said County,
ithin the legal ho'rs for judicial sales,
n Monday the 1st, day of May 1916,
he following described real estate:
All that piece. Darcel or tract of laad,
ig, being and situate in the County
f Clarendon, in the State aforesaid,
ontaining nine and four-tenths (9-4-10)
cres, more or less, and bounded and
outing as follows, to-wit: North by
ands of March Green, designated on a
lat below referred to as Tract No. 5;
.ast by lands of David Levi, South by
nds of Warren Green, designated on
lat below referred to as Tract No. 7,
d West by lands of A. G. Stack,
esignated on plat below referred to as
'ract No. 11. Th' s-Lid tract of land be
ng the same that was allotted to the
aid Sarah Nelson in the division of
he estate of her father March Green.
or further reference see Judgment
toll No. 4403 in the partit'on suit of
loses Green and others against Piock
ey Green and others. Said tract of
and being designated as Tract No. 6
n a plat in said Judgment Roll by G.
Floyd, Civil Engineer.
Purchaser to pay for pavers.
E. B. GAMBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
[he State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COM\MON PLEAS.
Iome Bank and Trust Company,
lattie M\iller, Defendant,
UNDint AND BY VIRTUE OF A
udgment Order of the Court of Comn
acn Pleas, in the above stated action,
! me directed, bearing date of March
4th, 1916. I will sell at public auction,
L the highest bidder, for cash, at Clar
don Court House, at Manning, in
aid county, within the legal hours for
Ldical sales. on Mlonday, the 1stday
f May, 1910, being salesday, the
lowing described real estate:
All that piece, parcel or lot of land
vig, being and situate in the Town
f Maining, County of Clarendon,
ate aforesaid, containing fourteen
n-undreths (14-100) of an acre, and
ounded and butting as follows, to wit,
~orhi by Manniog and Paxville Public
oad, East by lot of Martha Williams,
~outh by lot of Curnie James, and
est by lot of Augustus Collins. The
ameo beirg that lot of land conveyed
o the said Hattie Miller by deed of
homas B. Miller, dated the 29th, day
SSeptember, 1916, and recorded in
he ottice of the Clerk of Court of Comn
uon Pleas for Clarendon County,
outh Carolina, in Book K. 4 at page
Prhaser to pay for papers.
E. B3. GA MBLE,
Sheriff Clareadon County.
state of South Carolina
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
i Levi, Plaintiff,
ames Green, Defendant,
Under andl by virture of a Judgment
)rder of thte Court of Common Pleas,
t the above stated action to me direct
d, bearing date of March tbe 6th 1916,
wl sell at public auction, to the high
,1 biddler for cash at, the Court House
~i inii:: in said County, within the
-gi h)1urs. for judicial sales on Mon
ihe 1st day of May. 1916, being
de d ty the following described real
A iat piece, p.ireel or tract of
jid lying being and situate In the
unt v of C arendon, in the State
fes aid, containing nine and four
u h- (t9 4 10i) more or less, and bound
d andl tbatting~ as follows, to wit, North
v Tr ac No. 1 on plat below mention
., al.oted t(o Thomas Green, East by
mds of Diu id L'evi, South by Tract
o ~3 as rer plat below mentioned, al
)ted to Johnny Green, and West by
mds of JIames Brailsford. The said
ract of land being designated as Tract
o. 2 ot. a plat made by G. T Floyd,
urverr, dated November 1911 and is
d iin Judgment Roil No. 4403 in the
ae ,.f Moses ireen, et al, against
'inkuer Green et al.
l'uriaser to pay for papers.
E.L B. GAMBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Safe Medicine fnr Children.
"Is it safe."' is the first question to
ecnidered when buying cough med
-in for children. Chamberlain's
'oughi Reed has long been a fav
ite with mtihers of young children
s*i: e.4tains no opiumi or other narcot
m. and ay be given to a child as
'i i'y as~ to an adult. It is pleas
t .0 tke, too, which is of great im
,*t i-ce whelin a medicine must be
n otng children. This remedy
mot etfectual in reliaving coughs,
-bi atd eroups. Obtainable every
Spigisooked upon by many as
he mostdelighttul season of the year,
a thits -annot be said of the rheu
:te. The cold and damp weather
inson rh'-mtatic pains which are
itI bm plaat They ca be
. how.ever, by applying Chain
-:ii; imtent. Obtainable every
The State of South Carolina,
Conti of Cla .
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
A Levi, Plaintiff,
Johnny Greed abd Mitchel Levi and
Ferdinand Levi Pefendants,
Under and by virture of A Judge
ment Order of the Court of Common
Pleas, in the above stated action to me
directed, bearing date of September
1915, I will sell at public auction,
to the highest bidder for cash at the
Court House at Manning in said Coun
ty. within the legal hours for judicial
sales, on Monday the 1st, day of May.
1916, being sales day, the following
A1 that piece, parcel or tract of land
lying, being and situated in the Coun
ty of Clarendon, in the State aforesaid,
coutaining nine and three tenths
(9 3 10) acres, and bounded and butting
as follows, to wit, North by lot No. 4
alloted to James Green, East by lands
of David Levi, South by Lot No. 4 al
loted to Louise Thomas. and West by
Lot No. 11 alloted to A. G. Stack. The
Lot of land above described being
fully represented on a Plat of same
made by G. T. Floyd, C. E. dated -No
vember 1911, and is on file in the office
of the Clerk of Court for said County
is Judgment Roll No. 4403 in a case
entitled Mose Green, et al, against
Pinckney Green, et al, and is repre
sented on said Plat as Tract No. 3
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. GAMBLE;
As Sheriff of Clarendon County.
Manning Rxperlences Going Back Sor Fear
Kidney weakness can be cured.
But what caused it once will cause
Here's a Manning woman who has
had several attacks,
Several times in over.four years Mrs
Logan has used Doan's Kidney Pill.
She says that Doan's have never
Four years ago Mrs. Logan publicly
She now confirms her statements.
What better proof of merit.
Proved by years of experience.
Told by Manning people.
This is convincing testimony.
Mrs. R. L. Logan, Manning, says:
'For a long time I had been troubled
with my kidneys. I suffered from a
lame and aching back and didn't rest
well nights. One box of Doan's Kid
ney Pills relieved me wonderfully. I
am feeling much better now." (State
ment given January 30th, 1911.)
Over three years later, Mrs. Logan
said: "I still use Doan's Kidney Pills
and they do me a world of good I
keep them on hand and couldn't get
along without them."
Price 50c. atall dealer,. Don'b s1W
ply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mrs. Logan has twice publicly recom
mended. Foster-Miilluirn Co.,Props.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
The -'Boss" might telegraph'the
salesman in Southern territory.
Re parties wantlng cheap flour,
sell one thousand barres "Gipsy
Queen" at fifty cents below mark
es. Flour made from off grade
wheat in bins No. 9 and 10 Good
color, floe bloom. in appearance
a'.most as good as leading brend.
Flour described above may or
may not be good for food, but
whby take chances, with "Pride
of Clarendon Fiour," you do not
have to. for every pound of it is
made from sound wheat only.
First Rule to.Good Health.
All schools of medicine agree that is
is necessary to keep the bowels open
an.d regular if one wishes to enjoy good
health. Indigestion poisons the sys
temn and invites diseaser Foley Caith
artic Tabiets cleanse the bowels with
out griping or nausea, banish bloating.
sweeten the stomach and invigorate
the liver. Dic.ksons Drug Store. -Adv
Taken With Croup.
"A few nights ago one of my parons
ad a child taken with croup," writes
M. T. Davis, merchant, Be.arsville, W.
Va. "'About midnight he cime to my
store and bought a bottle of Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound. -Before
morning the child was entirely recov
ered." Many such letters have been
a rittena. Dicksons Drugc Store-Ad v.
Of The Successful Buzsi
is a goodl one to follow; you can't jgo
far wrong if you walk in his footsteps.
No man of afflrs today is without a
commercial bank account; no business,
however small, can afford to be without
one. If von have not an account, get In
line for success by opening one with
Homie Bank and Trust Co
Pills Best For ILiver.
Because they contaiji the best liver
medicines, no matter how bitter or
nauseating for the sweet sugar coating
hides the taste. Dr. King's New Life
Pils contain ingredients that put the
liver working, move thie bowels freely.
No gripe, no jaansea, aid digestion.
Just try a bottle of Dr. King's New
Life Pills and notice how much better
you feei. 25c at druggista.-Adv.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Your druggist will refund money if PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching,
Blid.BiedngrP~trdlg~ie i a6t 14da.
Tell Others How They Were
Carried Safely Through
Change of Life.
Durand, Wis.-" I am the mother of
fourteen children and I owe my life to
Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound. When I was
45 and had the
Change of Life,
a friend recom
mended it and it
gave me such relief
from my bad feel
ings that I took
several bottles. I
am now well and
healthy r d recom
mend your Compound to other ladies."
-Mrs. MARY RmwAY, Durand, Wi3.
A MassachusettsWoman Writes
Blackstone, Mass. - " My troubles
were from my age, and I felt awful!7
sick for three years. I had hot flashes
often and frequently suffered from
pains. I took Lydia E. Pinkhan's
Vegetable Compound and now am well."
-Mrs. PIERRE COURNOYERI, Don 2''3,
Such warning symptoms as ser.se of
suffocation,hot flashes,headacies, L:-ch
aches,dread of impending evil, timidity,
sounds in the ears, palpitation of the
heart, sparks before the eyes, irregu
larities, constipation, variable appetite,
weaknessanddizziness, should behedd
by middle-aged women. Lydia E. Pirk
ham's Vegetable Compound has carried
many women safely through this crisis.
LEST W FORGET
To plant a crop in well prepared
seed bed and then give it intelligent
cultivation Is like biliding a nice
house and keeping it in repair but
without protectior. by insurance.
Should fire destroy it then it would be
a total loss. So it is with our crops.
Diseases and 'ne.ct pests might over
run them nad then the crop is a loss
instead of profit. We sent out warnings
In the fall and the winter urging every
one to aeaeroy the winter hotels of
m.ets. Have you cone this careful
ly? Look again and see if there are
still any dirty terraces or ditch
banks on the farm. Are there still any
waste fehls er neglected old orchards
x W t&e Rel planted in cotton and
eorn. If bere are, the b'gs will take
their hats oft to you and say, "Thank
you, we enjoyed your hospitality very
Did -you destroy all the pokeweed?
Look again and be sure. What have
you done obout the violets around the
tenant houses on the farm? Are
you substituting other ornamental
plants or do you Inteid to spray
"Q+? You are busy now making
your croi3 and. I would not want to
assure any one that those violets will
be sprayed. When cotton becomes
large enough for the plants to touch
each other and dry weather sets In it
is too late and you will have a cotton
red spider fight on your hands. The
fght is your own game or may be that
of your neighbors; talk to them about
The planting date for corn is Impor
tat In order to reduce bud-worm in
jury. Ask for bulletin 161 of the S.
C. 1||periment Station; It is short and
can be read in a few minutes.
Those stony, stumpy, weedy fields
ad terraces on the farm are the win
ter hotels that protected the chinch
bugs. F'rom these places they come
to the grass and- grain mnd when these
are harvested the pests march to the
corn fields. Such waste places do not
merely look bad on the farm but we
should rememnber that they are lodg
ing houses that shelter the destructive
cases on the number of Insects that
amount of damage depends in most
costs on the number of Insects that
passed through the winter success
fully. Let us look at it from this
viewpoint. It makes one angry and de
termined that he will not tolerate
such places on the flarm if he can help
What plans have you made about
the manure this year? Are you going
to let it accumulate in heaps for the
housefly to breed by the millions?
Have you thought about screening the
privy closet and to put a barrel of air
.iaked lime to be used there? It
ould be done right now. If you fail
to do this the pests will be your unin
ited guests at every meal of the day.
They will force themselves on you and
you can not stop it. They are genial
guests coming to you direct from the
manure heaps and privy closets with
the putrid materials hanging to their
hairy coat, and they trail It over your
butter, meat and bread; taey take a
,bath in your milk and they fall into
the coffee. Of course you put out the
milk and coffee and get some more,
but what do you think of it as remedy?
How many had bathed In the milk be
fore It came to the table and when you
were not looking? "Swatting" is all
right as far as It goes. Every time
yu hit one square so as to mash it
gere of. conrse- there is one fly less
i-you look upon it as an arithmetic
problem, but do you suppose the whole
U. B. army could swat all the flies
*tht breed about one good s-ized ill
Fles san not chew solid food but
they dissolve it with their saliva and
then take it. Now imagine several
fles sitting On the jelly on your plate,
or on the sugar. spitting on it and lIck
ing it. With your hand you shoo the
files away, ran your knife or spoo'i un
der- the jelly, sugar or whatever It
may be and pass to the mouth.
Look after the manure and the
privy closets, which are the mosi. im
portant breeding grounds, and reduce
the number of fies at the source.
A. F. CONRAD!,
Entomologist, Clemson College.
For infants and Childrea
n Use For Over 30 Years
Information For Women.
Housework is trying on health and
strength. Women are as inclined to
kidney and bladder trouble as men.
Aching back. Stifif, sore joints and mus
:es, blurred vision, puffness under
eyes, should be given prompL attention
Foley Kidney Pils restore healthy ac
tion to irritated kidneys and bladder.
Is what the countre
tailoring concern. I
you the best values
In our Grand Spring
and see the wonderful coil
the present conditions, we
comparable. We assure y
to you, as each fabric bea
Our Mill-to-man Pr<
Ask to See Our
T. I. Walker's, SumA
HsAos toaiSst Him
"I am 52 years old and I have bE
troubled with kidneys and bladder
a good many years," writes Arti
Jones, Alien Kans. "My agie is agai
me to ever 'let, cured, but Foley E~
ney Pills do me more rood than a
thingt I ever tried." 13beumatism,.
ing back, shooting pains. stig joints,
regular action. all have been reliev
Dicksons Drug Store-Adv.
DTe M'ammoth Yellovw
promises to be one of the mos
profitable crops for southern farm
era everywhere. Makes :a larg<
yield of beans, which are readil:
salable for oil-producing and food
purposes, in addition to its use fo
forage, soil-improving and stocl
feeding. Splendidly adapted to ou
southern soils and climate.
The New 100-Day
the quickest growing of Velve
Beans, promise to supercede Cov
Peas very largely as a soil-improv
Ing, forage and grazing croj
throughout the South. Cheape
to seed per acre thazn co-v peas.
Write for prices and "Wood's
Crop Special" giving full in
formation in regard to Soja ani
Velvet Beans, Cow Peas, Miel
Seed Corns, Sorghums, Sudai
Grass, etc. Mailed free.
T.W.WOOD &s SONS,
SEEDSMEN, - Richmond, Va~.
Indigestion nerl a wa's -i1
cirse of Itin ltmit. iG * I~l. U
;,n take mne of ChamberI iiaTb
innue diatelv after .,upper and g
you doacne t mnuch be'ter. Obta
Phone 420. - - -
is talki rg about. We are p
Kill contracts made a year i
in only "Elazerene Dyed W<
I DISPLAY OF SPRING FA
Dpening we extend you a special invi
ction of Elazarine dyed woolens on c
would have never been able to prese
>u that your delay in not giving this
s our warrantee, a perfect'it, to -;
Half or;Your Money WilI:BE
THE STANDARD DYES.
>position Saves you half. 0
our broad iron-clad guarant
One $15 T
Special Lines at $10. Some
LD'S LARGEST CUSTOM TA
WILL BE' AT
rierton, S. C.. Tuesday and I
Co.. Manning. S. C., Friday
All my town and country
property. Have, bEtween
5,000 and 6,000 --acres of.
farm lands, both large and.
small tracts. For terms~ and
r particulars, apply to
Manning, S. C.
Good For Colds.
Honey, Pine Tar arni Giyce'rine ar .
recog niz'ed cold remedies. In Dr.
li's, Pine.Tar-Ho~ney the'e are comTf
bined w.illi other co'ugh me'.dicine in a
.p ep.eant syruop Dr . B-ll~ 's ine-Tar
Ironey quickly. s~p your ..oudi,
checks tour co!d, soothe' Irrtuanion of
a b ;! 3i r' Excelent flr younfl, adilt
he :.a agd . Its one 6f the best cough
-r .p rap made. Formula on every b:t
k. \- (ou know jos:, rlht'you - re tak
: in. :m 'our !ostor knows iLs goodl for
ifl.c ug hs n c s. Insist on Dr. Bell's
. Pine-T1ar-Honey, Only 25.t at Drug
FIRST CLASS WORK ONL'
r write me ani
ates on your i
SUMTER. S. C.
repared like no other
go :enable us to give
tation and ask' you to call
lisplay. Had we not forseei
nt you with sncn.values-in
your attention will be costly
rders aken only with
thiingi Still Better.
Vednesday April 18-19.
and-Sat.. April 21-22.
-"Protect School Chlidres.
Measles,.,scarlet fever and whoopf tg
cough are prevalent among schcol
children-in many -cities. A commnon
cold never should be neglected as iti
weakens the cystem so that is is not in
condition -to. throw- off more-serious dis':
eases. Foley's Honey and Tar is plei
ant, to take, acts quickly, contains no
opiates. Dicksons Drug Store-Adv
--Notice, Teaschers' wfr-rw..ran
Notice is hereby given that the nexry
examinatIOn. for, seenring Teacbers!
certificateg will be held at the court
:house ini Mamiing, Friday May' 5th.
1916, beginnmg at 9 o'clock. -
- All-expect to teacb, or the holders of
second or third grade certificatesi
-which have expired, or are about to x
pire, should take this-examination. .
Should an applicant.fai.J on this ex
amninationl, there ~would be anothar
- eliance in October. As our schools op
en before teachers can qualify at that
tidie, -I would strenuously aidvise that
you. take the one to be held in May.
. . E. J. Browne,
County Suips. of Education.
SRUB OUT PAIN
the surest way to stop them. I
The best rubbing liniment is -
Good for ihe Ailments of
SHorses, Mules, Cattle, Etc.
(Good for your eown Ach~es,
25c. 50e. $1. At all Dealen.
10 East ibterty St.