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. CACTUS GOOD FOR THE COV
Plant, Cotter Known in Scuthwest
Prickly Pear, Tcnds to increase
the Milk Flow.
Cactus. or prickly pear, the name
goes by in the SoutLwest, has be
found a good feed for dairy cows. T
government has investigated its m
its and dirawbacks with these result
It responds to cultivation, and aft
two years' growth from old roots w
yield as high as 100 tons per acre wi
an average of about forty tons. In
Texas experiment, steers required
rounds of the prickly pear and t'
and one-half pounds of cottonse
meal to make one pound of ga
When planted artificially and cul
vated cactus does well in rows eig
feet apart with the plants 30 inch
apart in the rows. Planting the ro'
six feet apart was found to be t,
close for convenient cultivation on a
count of the rapid growth of the c
Dairy cows fed prickly pear singe
in the field with a gasoline torch
burn off the spines) gave more mi
than cows receiving an ordinary z
tion, but the milk was lower in bi
terfat. Prickly pears are exceeding
succulent. They had no influence <
the flavor of milk or quality of bt
ter. Nor, as has been the belief
some dairymen in southern Texas, d
the prickly pear injure the keeph
quality of milk.
The cost of burning the spines c
the "pears" was found to be about fifi
cents per ton. One and two-thir<
gallons of gasoline and 50 minute
time were needed to singe one ton.
cheaper way is to burn the spines c
over a brush fire, but this is practic
only when small amounts are fed.
HARM DONE BY CATTLE TICK
People of Infested Sections Must Gi
Together and -Build Vats and
Dip All Animals.
The department of agriculture he
recently issued the following que
tions and answers:
What do the thousand ticks eat?
Where does the blood come from
From the grass, silage, corn, co
tonseed meal and other feed your ca
Oh-then the tick eats my feed?
Yes, but he first makes your ca
tie do- all the work of turning fee
But what is cattle blood worth?
So much a pound when it goes int
beef-so much a quart when it goe
to make milk.
How much blood do ticks eat?
Where they are thick they eat 20
pounds of blood a year from a 1,001
How much milk do they take of
A few on a cow reduce the mil
yield one and one-half quarts a day
lots of them will cut the milk dow
over three quarts.
Then the ticks are drawing on m
They are certainly keeping you
balances in the veal stage.
And my neighbors?
The tick is sucking $50,000,000
year from the South.
What is ,the answer?
You and the farmers, business me!
bankers and people of the countr
must get together and build dippini
vats and dip all cattle in an arsenica
bath, which kills the ticks.
POULTRY NEED A DUST BATI
Road Dust, Hard Coal Ashes or Dlr
of Any Kind Will Answer Pur
pose-Keep It Dry.
In every poultry house there shoul
be a dust bath, where the hens ma
get rid of lice. Poultry lice breath
through the pores in their sides, an
fine dust fills these pores and suff<
cates the vermin. Road dust, har
coal ashes, or dry dirt of any kin<
will accomplish the purpose. Woe
ashes, if damp, may stain the feat]
ers and otherwise harm the fowls.
Sometimes, if the hens are badly l
fested, Persian insect powder may 1
added to the material in the dust bat]
A tight box, 3 by 3 feet, and 1 fo<
deep, is a good receptacle for tI
dust. It should be placed where tI
sun can shine on It as many hours a
possible, for -then the hens are not e:
ercising by scratching for their fee
they will spend a good deal of the
time in the dust bath, which induc(
The hens will not use the bath fre
ly unless the air Is warm, for they di:
like to open their feathers and e:
pose their bodies to air below 60 d<
SOL ADAPTED TO SORGHUM
Good Crops May Be Expected o
Sandy Loams-Plant Does Well
on Loose Clay Land.
No crop perhaps responds better f
a good soil than sorghum, yet ther
are few which will succeed on so man
different types. A rich, loose, we]
drained, clay-loam soil is best.
Good crops may be expected o
sandy loam and on heavy clays whe
the latter are well drained.
The sorghums will not give profi
able returns, however, on clays whic
are water-logged or on extreme.
sandy soils. Where the soil Is poor<
unproductive an application of feri
lizer strong In nitrate shoul'd be mac
at planting time.
Liber:i applications of barnyard m
nure will always greatly increase ti
Good For Colds.
Honey. Pine-T'ar and Glycerine a
r-ecognized cold remedies- In Dl
Belrs Pine-Tar-Honeyv these. are coi
bined with other cough medicine in
pleasant su-rup. De- B--l1 s Pine-T
Honey quieckly s:ops your coug
checks sour cold. soothes irritation
the throat. Excellect for young, adt
and aged. Its one of the best cout
strups made. Formula on every b<
tie. w ou know just what you are ta
in:: and vour deostor knows iis oo f
c' ughs afld colds. Iosist on Dr-. Bel
Pine-Tar-Honey. OJnly 25e at Dru
Spigis looked upon by many
the miost delightful season of the ye:
but this cannot be said of the rhe
matic. The cold and lampi w-eath
briogs oo rhemnat ie paha which a
-anythini! but pleasant. Th'ley ein
relieved, howvever, by appuy nC ha
Tel QuiniineThat Does Not Affect The H1
Because of its tonic and taxative effect, LA~
TIVE BROMO QUININE is better than ordin
Quinine and does not cause nervousness
ringing in head. Remember the funl name
-oo fo- e signature of E. W. GROVE. 2
y Phone 420. ----
.. ? Mae
If. for no) 0 .. rason timn i.
o to lhutlal ijfe, you owe yourse a
S It's a duty. because you ia
futuie but yoi have power to siarl
o thefutrre. B sides we want tohteii
Bsgintohr L with $.
The Bank o
Cut This Oat-It Is Worth Money.
Domt Miss This. Cut out this .il
eulose with 'c to Foley and Co.. Chi-i
r cago, Ill.. writtinr your name and a,
dreas clearly. You wiyl receive in t e- i
tori' a trial package contaiiinir Fo!e'
Hony and Tar Com;routnd fer brot
chial'coughC, er'1'. and en' up. ri I
KnEyv Pi ll, zndFdley Catharde 'abi-J
3ets 'Dicksocs itug Sto-m-Adx. I]
1Why Constipation Injares.
ten of the body. Wheu they i-ec.meu
obstructed by cofstipation: a part of
the poisolous mattter which they should
carry (etf is absorbed ito the svstem,
t making you feel dull antl stupid. ,and
itteiferring with the- digestion an2 a+~
similation of food. This catndition
quickly relieved by Chamtberain
Tablets. Obtainable everywhere-AdV
a' Manning Testimony t
I, om:e Proof, Here and Everywhere.
t- recommended in thi- papi-r you nos
aways find the recommeniar a kMu
1. sie'residnt. It's the sunme everi
e where-n 3.8030 townDs in te U. S.
i* Forty thon,and peope .pubnec.y tha t
t Ds. What other kidney remeau.
itcan give this proof of. merit, honesty I
eadtruth? Home testimotny must b
e true or it could not be published here.
Ss Read this Manning re..omunenuhuotu
t- Then insist on having Doan's. You'
d wll know what you are etteg
rM s. J. E. Rleardon, W. ijoundary
SSt ,Nanning. says: "I .:-in badl
s hape with rheumatic pkais and my
joints were so stilt and swollen that I
ould hardly walk or do any work y
5- idnes acted irregularly and I had
E- dizzy 'spells and headaes. The kid
y nney'secretions were unnatural and an
o.ved me considierably. I used Doan's
Kiiney Pills, proicured at the Dickson
Drug Co., and they relieved the theu
9 mattc pains and b~efeited me- in tr.yit
way. I Keep them onI haud all the
timre and they do me worlds of food."
"Price 50,: at all cahi'rs. Don t sim
ply ask for a kidney remed) -et
oas Kidney Pills-the same that
Ms. Reardon had. Fo)ster-M~iiburn
0 Co . Pros . Buffalk, N. Y
' Whenever You Need a Gieneral Tonic
El The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
a chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
t- well known tonic propertiesof QUININE
a ad IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives 4
hout Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
7 Build up the Whole System. 50 cents.
C ~ or Greatest Satisfaction Use
'e 8 eee Tit-es a r ade
r. double the thickness 0! the best
a sandard mao tirs.
3-This10 loatr wearing scr
race natu gvsthat much
more mUoes adservice. The
ir .,errgo 12 miles 0f tough
bi and one nc surface tre3ad rubber
Thesema tres ecel cl* otlrs foruse in the
c cuntry over Tough and rngged roas as wel
as on ard pavements. They are u ay u
hh and resiient as any othe p eumtc(t-h
-- r ad presuo bonom th seree"
- tre e adasedwhrotirss be -
ou uputls lmited toace rt ain amount~biut
spec prios a anlatrdactry er;
5,.s Tbs Tflres Tubes
80x3 I. 8.60 5:.30 Stix4 In. 517.45 5.65
1 . 5 3.1 35X44 in. 21.20 00D
uzl n.12.75 8.20 Set in. 2250 5.75
u-ci1:~.besrot incluCd in above list
U-1 r o-skids at 10fy additional.
eal es ayent with order at abovesp'cli
re~ rr s110 coiZ aloe on orders forg
pei ersousli checks must be
be covincd of their ve ry
- !i~ qualities. sold diec out
thue osuer onty. Ttctoitss
De DscriptzrefodrsUpQf T'S* og .TREAD
80 es~tajut. Wrteiorit. . e sg
A-. IDobe Service Tre & ABsoUT
try II K ubber Co.. Akr 0. ?t-2at""
RST CLASS WORK ONL
write me any
ates on your i
SUMTER, S. C.
p. >> -g_, u, r
I etI s wh
ta g a B' ank
ec un fo)r te-n desiais ineLidenPt
m't theprto pred 1) ~ icct the
a B tnr acCou nt and fortif y for
>worth; yovua tuel to succeed
Pills Best For Liver.
Because they contain the best lEver
cdicioes, no matter how bitter or
auseatino for the swevet sugar coat.ing
ides the taste. Dr. King's New Life
isontain iagredienst that put the
vr work irg, move the howvels freely.
o gripe, o nurnsea, au1 digesrion.
us. try a bottle of Dr. Kinrg's New
ife Pils and notice how much better
'ou feei. 253c at drutriists -A dv.
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
our druzgist will refund money if PAZO
~INTMNT fails to cure any case of Itching.
lind. Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days.
he irst application gives Ease and Rest. Soc.
Information For Women.
Hosework is tr*' iug on heahh arnd
renth. Women ar as inclinedl to
~idev and bladder r rouble as men.
ghig' back, Stiff. sore jaints and mnus
les, blurred vision. p~utiness under
es. should be given prompt attest ion
oev Kidney Pills restore healthy ac
ion to irritated kidneys and bladder.
)icksons Drug Store-A dv.C
1e Mammoth Yellow1
proli:s to be one of the most
p~roicAl>e crops for southern farm
cr cycrywherc. Makes az large
.. --: c~roducing and food
r -.::poc3c, inaddition to its use for
forage-, scil-improving and stock
feedig. Spicndidly adapted to our
ohrn soils and climate.
The New 100-Day
the cquickest growing of Velvet
2.:z., p--omise to iupercede Cow
Pes very iargely as a soii-improv
, forage and grazing crop
troughot the South. Cheaper
o seedJ per acrc than cow peas.
Writa for prices and "WVOOd'S
Cop~ Cpcciai" giving full in
fema:ion in regard to Soja and
Mi-.et Seans, Cow Peas, Millet,
S cd Coras, Serghums, Sudan
Grass, etc. Mailed free.
T.W.WOOD & SONS,
SEEDSMEN, - RichondVa.
Protect School Children.
Metu s, s-irlet fr ve-r and whoopritg
oue hr are prev~ah ntoi ama:n:: school
hinren in mrri~y; citts .A common
old neer shouli b- nezctce ias it.I
veakens the cys:emn o) that it is not in
,onditioo to throw otf more serious die
as es. Foley's Horney and Tar is pleas
.lt to take, acts quirkly, comtains no
-iats Dicksi:s D~ru;; Store-Ad v.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLUNA,
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
EL . A. Plo sden, P'laintiT
Elsie Capers, Toot Becnbow,. Sadie Ben
bow, and Macy Benbow, Defendants.
Summons For Relief.
To the Absent Defendint Toot Benbow:
You are hereby Summoned and r-e
quired to answer the Complaint in this
aCtion. of which a copy is hrrewithr
serve.l up)on you, and to serve a copy of
our anrswer to said Comnplam t on the!
Subs -rber at his orice in Sunrer,. S.
C.. witin twenty days after the service
hereof: exclusive of the day of such
servie: and1i you faril to answer the
Conhici t. wvitin i the ti me aforesaid,
the rd. :'i1 ini ths action wili apply to
the Cur; for tha relief demanded in
AND) YOU WILL PLEA\SE TAKE
NOTICd., that tie original summons
and compaint in rthis aictiorn hav'e this
day ben tiledl in the ollige of thre Clerk
of Corrt of Comnmon Picas fo Claren
IDt' March :!9. A. D. 1916.
L. D. JENNINGS,
10 East Liberty St.
There's a great variety of
in the kitchen for cooking pt
then all in-suparior quality.
Pots, Broilers. Saucepans,
etc., we have in the most exc
of the finest bloc! tin, and
makes thew moss durable.
whole kitchen ontit or an od
)f The Successful Busi
s a good] one to follow; you can't go
ar wrong if you walk in his footsteps.
o man of aflrs today is without at
omumercial bank account; no busin'ess.
owever small, can afford to be without
ne. If you have not an account, get in
ne for success by opening one with -
[omie Bank aid Trust Cot
For Sale! '
All my town and country E
property. Have between
5,000 and 6,000 acres of "
farm lands, both large and
smal1l tracts. For terms and
particulars, apply to
Manning, S. C.
Indigestion nearly always distubs
he sleep more or less. and is often the
~ause of insomnia. Eat a light supper
ihi li'.tle if any meat, and no milk,
leo take one of Chamberlain's~Tablets
mediately after supper, and see if
ou do not rest much better. Obtain
ro Drive Out Malarra
And Build Up The System -
rake the Old Standard GROVE'S
FASTLESS chill TONIC. You know
what you are taking, as the formula is
,rinted on every label, showing it is tr
uinine and Iron in a tasteless form. a
rhe Quinine drives out malaria, the
[ron builds up the system. 50cents 1
-ow To Ulve Quinine To Children.
ERILNE is the trae-marknmgie to ~
ut to takad does not disturb the stomach.
Safe M.4cine fa: Chi! re:.
"Is it safe." is the first question 1
e considered when buying c.u-h me
tine for children. Cham:b- r!air.
Jouch R.emedv has lorng been a fat
rite with mothers of .ung childre
s it co)utain no opium or, ther nar-c.'
c, and may be gisen to a child a
ontidantly as to an adult. I is pleas
ot to take, too, which is of great in
0otance when a medicir.e must 1
-iven to young children. This reined
most elTectual in relieving cough
olds and croups. Obtainable every
RUB OUT PAIN
with good oil liniment. That's
the surect way to stop them.
The best-rubbing liniment is
Good for the Ailments of
Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc.
-good for your own A chc:,
Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains,
Cuts, Burns, Etc.
25c. 50c. $1. At all Dealers.
useful articles required
rposes, and we have
ettles. Tea and Coffee
Fry P.tns. Cake Tins,
elent al3e. They are
orafnld in a way that
Whether you need a
i thir.g, it is here.
where class distinction is recogni
zed by law, the American trav
eler is served in a manner con
sumate with his ability to pay.
Ohr wealthy citizens returning
home are unstinted of praise for
meals served them. and their
-vanity is particularly gratified by
the manner in which it is done.
The splendid quality of the bread
provided is a source of much
comment, declaribg nothing like
it'is made in our own country,
attributing its excellence and
fne nutty flavor to ths flour be
ing gr'ound locally, and like
"Pride of Olarendon Flour,"
made 'from clean sound wheat
First Rule to Good Health.
All schools of medicine agree that il
necssary to keep the bowels opet
id regular i f one wishes to en joy gooc
alth. Indigestion poisons the sys
n and invites disease. Fole.y Oath
-tic Tablets cleanse the bowels with
it gripnog or nausea, banish blouting
reeten the stomach and invigoratt
e liver. Dicksons Drag Store.-Ad,
Taken With Croup.
"A few nights ago one of my paton5
td a child taken with croup," write!
T. Davis, merchant, Bearsviile, W
a. 'A bout midnight he came to m3
ore and bought a bottle of Foley't
onev and Tar Compound. Befort
orIng the child -was entirely recov
-ed." Many such letters have- beer
ritten. Dicksons Drug Store-Adv
:AR LESTCR S.C.
His AGo is Agrainst E:m.
"I am 52 ve:-rs olid an.d I have he er
oubled wi;Ih k%~ ey' nn'i 1:1 a':ler im
ones, Allen Kan~s. "My aa.e is . S~i
ae to ever e 3I-t on . but Fa v Kid
ev Pills do me more ro'd than an
dag I ever tr ied." liheumatiism, set
gular act icn all have teen .reiieved
'icksons Dr'ug Store-A dr.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
our druggist will refur~d money if PAZ(
tidBlegorotruing~iesin 6o1 day
Notice of Discharge.
o I will apply to the .1uie of Probate
for Citrendon County. on ih 10-h day
s of May 1916, for lI t. rs of Di. ch r.:e 's
admrstra-or of the Eisate of F. Press
n ier H r dece:.-ed.
John K. Iarritsv:on,
Workman, S. C., April 1OUh, 1916
y Notice of Discharge.
I will app'y !o Judge of 'robate for
Clarendon County, on the 20th day of
April 1916, for letters of discharge as
- administrator of the Estate of S.
Pulina Harrington, deceased.
John i Harrington,
Workman. S. C., March 20, 1916.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County, on the 15th day
of May 1916. at 11 o'clock a m., for let
I tens of discharge as administrator of
the Estate of Giff James, deceased.
Manning, S. C. April 14, 1916.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County, on the 15th day
of May 1916. at 11 o'clock a. in., for let
ters of discharge as Administrator of
the Estate of George Nelson, deceased.
Manning, S. C., April 14, 1916.
Watch Child's Cough.
Colds, running of nose, continued ir
ritation of the mucous membrane if ne
glected may mean Catarrh later. Don't
take the chances-do something for
your child ! Children will not take ev
ery medicine, but they will take Dr.
King's New Discovery and without
bribing or teasing Its a sweet pleas
ant Tar Syrup and so effective Just
laxative enough to eliminate the waste
poisons. Almost the first dose helps.
Always prepared, uo mixing or fussing
Just ask your dru gist for Dr. King's
New Discovery. It will safeguard your
child against serious ailments resulting
u to be dreaded. It leads to serious
ailments, Fever. Indigestion. Piles.
Sick Headache. Poisoned System and
a sore of other troubles follow.
Dont let Constipation last.
nyour idneys. Liver and Bowels
heahy and active. Rid your system
o fermented. gassy thn
All Druggists 25 cents
SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK
C. 0. EDWARDS. H. M. PERRITT
T DWARDS & PERRITT,
Office Over Bank of Manning.
MANNING S C.
G. T. Floyd,
SURVEYOR and CiVIL ENGINEER
Office over Bank of Manning
On First-Class Real Estate
Purdy &: O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LA W,
Manning S. 0.
DR. J. A. COLE,
Upstairs over Weinberg's Corner Store
MANNING, S. C.
Phone No '77.
JOHN G. DINKINS,
ATTORNEY AT LAw.
Manning, S. 0.
Office in Old Court House.
J. H. LESESNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
W.C. DAVtS. Jr W. WIDEMAN
DAVIS & WIDEMAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
MANNING. S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
i. 0. PRnDY. S. QLi-K etoI3(Y AN
P.UDY& O'BRYA.N. tfa
MANNING. S C.
Coughs and Colds
'Not to Be Neglected
Anyone will realize the seriousness
of neglecting a cold if he observes
results of such neglect amnong his
acquaintances. Howv often havc you
hcard, "I caught cold, didn't do any
thing for It and it turned into"-then
some dreaded disease is namec.
Ordinary colds yield to prompt
tratment at the beginning. That is
why every family should be supplied
with a reliable cough mrdN~ino-one
that will heal raw and indr:ned sur
facs, loosen the plilegn,. nilay irri
tatin, enne the hoarccen.s and stop
the tickling sensation in the throat
that does not permit one to sleep.
Foley's Honey aned Tar Compound
Is invauah!: for relieC of coughs,
colds. etntp. whooping congh, tick
lig in ti~r.Ke, tightas: r snreness,
grippe or bronchial cogs .'. corn- a
tains r o 1.a2-mful ingredients. It is
heainrg, .wothin~g, efficient and pleas- -
The Aches of Hoise Cleanirg.
The ).tin a:-.t sot eness -.aused by bruis
es, over-e5~ortionl and straining durin"
house ciritg time are soo lhed anwa
by Soat's Liniment. No t< ed to siuf
fr lis ..woy. Just apply. Soa's Lir
-itflUt to the' sore soots, ru~b only a ilt
tie. In a shmt t tumc the pain leaves
you rest comnfotaly~ and enjoy ar
teshng sleep. One grateful use
wti~ s: -'Soatn's Linimnent is r.orthit
w,.t ht in coki." Kt'ep a bottle on
had. use t as aicst all soreness, ne
agia and bruises. Kills pain. 25c at
.ou Dm ruggist.-Adv.
THE IBEST FERTILIZER
to use this year is a mixtude of equal
parts of Acid Phosphate and Cotton
This mixture will analyse NINE per
cent. available Phosphoric Acid. and
THREE AND ONE-HALF per-cent. Am
monia, and nearly if not quite ONE
per cent. Potash.
We are prepared to furnish both the
above materials and also Blood and
Tankage. and we solicit inquiries.
IM1I1 OIL DILL
Manning, S. C.
Palm Beach Season
Opens Easter Sunday.
At a glance you will be able to distinguish the -differ
ence between our method of pressing clothes and "old -
time methods used by others."
'Tis Easy Enough to Learn the Difference.
We give your clothes the natural body shape, better
creascs-and a thoroughly uniform finish,
SUITS MADE TO ORDER.
Hofman French Dry Cleaning CO.
Buy Your Kool, Cloth
Special Bargains Everyday in Dry Gloods,
Clothing, Shoes. Ladies' Hats, Skirts
and Children's Dresses.
A call will convince you.
OUR MOTTO: More Goods for Less Money.
Now at Player Furniture Co.'s Old Stand, Manning. S. C.
A Full Stock of
in stock, and ask you.r inspection. Get our
prices before you buy. Everything guaran
Highest prices paid for
D. M. Bradham &Son
The Bailey-Lebby Co
Machinery, Mill and Plumbing Supplies.
Automobile Supplies and Accessories.
6. &J. VEEDOU
Tires and Tubes. Oils andfGrease.