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Mrs. Jay McGee, of Steph
enville, Texas, writes: 'For
nine (9) years, I suffered with
womanly trouble. I had ter
rible headaches, and pains in
my back, etc. It seemed as if
I would die, I suffered so. At
last, L decided to try Cardui,
the woman's tonic, and it
helped me right away. The
full treatment not only helped
me, but it cured me."
ThM Woman's Tonic
Cardu helps women in time
of greatest need, because it
contains ingredients which act
specifically, yet gently, on the
weakened womanly organs.
So, if you feel discouraged,
blue, out-of-sorts, unable to
do your household work, on
account of your condition, stop
worrying and give Cardui a
trial. It has helped thousands
of women.-why not you?
Ty Cardui. E-71
CITY HAS SUFFERED MUCH
Diarbekr, on the Upper -Tigris, One
of the Most Interesting Spots
. on Earth.
One of the important cities of Asia
Minor lying In the region in which
the Russian and Turkish armies have
been in contact for some time is Diar
bekr. situated on the upper Tigris,
which, at this point, is a stream flow
tug through a deeply cut open valley.
Describing its situation, the National
Geographic society says:
"The situation of Diarbekr is an im
pressive one.' Built upon a basaltic
tableland, surrounded by walls con
structed of basaltic rock, the city over
looks a broad bend of the Tigris,
which flows byits eastern side. Beneath
the walls of the city and within the
bend of the river lies a plain covered
with vegetation of every shade of
green that the East can produce. Few
cities of the earth have undergone
greater vicissitudes than Diarbekr.
Roman and Persian, Armenian and
Parthian, Arab and Turk have dis
puted its possession. In one of its
many changes alone, more than 80,
000 of its population were put to the
"So heavy has been the toll that
war has levied upon it that where once
it was larger than the capital of the
United States, today less than 40,
000 people dwell there. The city Is
rich in remnants of Its former great
ness. Old Jacobite, Greek and Ar
menian churches raise their spires to
heaven along with the mninarets of a
host of Mohammedan mosques. Silk
raising is a principal industry, and the
sheaves that the Inhabitants bring in
there are sheaves of mulberry leaves
which serve as fodder for the hungry
and ravenous silkworm. Lettuce Is a
favorite article of diet, and the Turks
eat It all day long.
"The Diarbekr scorpion is as fre
quent If not as poisonous as the New
Mexican tarantula, and thousands are
bitten annually by It. But~its venom
Snot penetrating like tifat of the
snake; hence prompt scarIficatIon of
the wound prevents infection."
i'Rather a New Thing.
A Chicago woman has asked for a
place on the police force, advancing
as her special reason the fact that "her
husband Is a poet and she has to
Perhaps this case might be cited in
support of the assertion that clever
men seldomi narry clever women, and,
vice versa, although it is hard to say
whether the cleverness in this par
ticular Instance Is possessed by the
poet husband or by the *ife who wants
to become a policewoman In order to
live. We have our suspicion, however,
without knowing anything about the
respective merits of the pair. It Is, at
least, a mark of originality for a
woman to aspire to active work on the
police force, and a vein of origmnality
Is one of the attributes of cleverness,
while even a stupid person may write
poetry or what often passes for poetry
'in these days.
*Perhaps this Chicago husband is not
really a poet, but only thinks he Is a
poet. It Is unfortunate that there is a
lot of confusion of these two classes
in the popular mind, for there have
been, and still are, inany worthy poets
who are not afflicted with stupidity,
but they treat poetry as a pastime and
carry it along as a side line, getting
their bread and butter with something
more dependable. As a rule, a man
who makes poetry his steady job is a
pretty poor specimen as a husband,
and his wife Is in luck If she does not
have to take in washing.
It is to be expected that his Chicago
wife is the real poet of the"'amly, be
cause she has the vision is:. see the
reality of life, and if she gets d"er place
on the police force it would )robably
please her friends If her first, official
act were to run her husband In for
Avoid Spring Colds.
Sudden changes, high winds, shift
- ing seasons cause colds and grippe,
and these spring colds are annoying
and dangerous and are likely to turn
into chronic summer cough. In such
cases take a treatment of Dr. King's
New Discovery, a pleasant Laxative
Tar Syrup. it soothes the cough
checks the cold and helps break up an
attack of grinpe. Its already pre >ared
no mixinig or fussing. Just ask your
druggist for a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery. Tested and tried for
over 4Oys-ars. A t your druggist.-A d.
The Minister's Wife-"The new cook
left this morning, the one you said the
Lord must have sent." The Minister
-"Well, dear, the Lord giveth and the
Lord taketh away. Blessed be the
aame of the Lord."-Puck.
If you are troubled with chronic or
muscular rheumatism give Chamber
lain's Liniment a trial The reliel
from pain which it affords is, along
werth many times it cost. Obtainable
Phone 420. ----
If, for no other reason than ti
te uman life, you owe yourself a
Ii's a duty, because you, har
ture but you have power to star
eutre. Besides we want tolhel)
he Bank o
The Older Woman.
ever did woman of mature years
a so much attention paid to her
wises along sartorial lines as at the
est time. "Anything will do for
radmother" has ceased to be the
loan since tho capable middle-aged
woan has evinceed a desire to wear
>eminlg clothes. Couturieres, always
wit to feel the sartorial pulse, are
us making things for the quickened
beaing of the lice of the woman of
Profit by This.
Dont Waste Another Day.
When you are worried by backache,
By lameless and urinary disorders
Don't experiment with an untried
Follow Manning people's example.
Use Doan's Kidney Pills.
Here's Manning testimony.
Verify it if you wish:
V. R. White, prop. of grocery, S.
Bondary St.. Manning, says: "I suf
frd from kidney trouble for years I
hdto get up very often during the
niht to pass the kidney socretions and
the were higbly colored and contain
esediment, like brick-dust. I suffer
constantly from backache and sharp
ains across my ins. I could hardly
jur over in bed and mornings my back
wsso lame and sore that it was difli
cu, for me to dress myself. Nothing
heled me until I got 'Doan's Kidney
Pls. After using one box, my backt
did't ache any more and the lameness
adsoreness bad all disappeared. I
d't gave to get up uow to pass the
idey secretions and ami feelhng
twntv years younger.'' (Statement
givn March 19 5i. 1908 )
VER SIX Y EARS LATER, Mr.
Wite said: "I alway s use Doan's Kid
evPills when I have any sign of kid
eytrouble, they keep my back and
kineys in good condition.,'
Price 50c, at all daalers. Don't sim
lyask for a kidney remedy-get
Den's Kidney Pills-the same that
M.White has pub'icly reccomnended.
ter-M ilburn Co . props., Buffalo,
Making Money at Home.
Agirl makes quite a nice sum of
mney every Saturday morning the
ya- around by conducting an amuse
mnt and instruction class for chil
drn up to twelve years old. She
tches them basket weaving, raffia
wrk and clay modeling. Before
Cristmas the children make presents
fo their parents. The class meets
ather home from 9:30 a. m. to 11:30
a.in, and the children pay 25 cents
,For Greatest Sailactioni Use
: il es o oc
no~ and co Ienche surface tread robber
Ter.s--goyrment and gwoean Wardr ore
RST CLASS WORK ONLY
write me anc
ates on your v
SUMTER. S. C.
Time tells what
dtarting a Bank
ie unforeseen demands incident
en't the power toldpredict the
a Bank account and fortify for
?worthy young men to succeed.
Keep Your Skin Clear and Healthy.
There is only one way to have a clear
healthy complexion and that is to keep
the bowels active and regular. Dr. .
King's New Life Pills will make your I
omplexion healthy and clear, move c
the bowels gently, stimulate the liver. I
leanse the system and purify the I
blood. A splendid spring medicine
5e .t your Druggist,-AdV.
Glycerin for the Feet. I
Doctor Benians, a well-known S
French physician, recommends the use
of glycerin in cases of too profuse per
spiration of the feet, producing a dis
agreeable odor. He says this odor is
due to a production of poisonous sub
stances by bacteria. One has only to
apply glycerin to the soles of the feet
every morning and the distressing -'
trouble will disappear.
Rheumatic Pain Stopped.
The drawing of muscies, the soreness
stifuess and agonizing pain of Rheuma
tism quickly yield to Sloan's Liniment.
t stimulates circulation to the painful
part. Just auply as directed to the sore
spots. Ip a short time the pain gives
Way to a tingling sensation of comfort
and warmth. Here's proof--"I have
had wonderful relief since I used your
iniment on my knee. To think one
application gave mc relief. So rry I
bavn't snace to tell you the history.
Thanking von for what your remedy
has done for me."--James S Ferguson,
Piada, Pa. Sloan's Linimen kills
m 2h at Drugi.;ts. Adlv.
'he M"ammoth Yellow
p-mises to be one of the most
proDfitable crops for southern farm
ers everywhere. lMakes a large
yield of beans, which are readily
s.lable for oil-producing and food
p~rposs, in addition to its use for
forage, soil-improving and stock
fecding. Splendidly ndapted to our
southern soils and climate.
The New 100-Day
the quickest growing of Velvet
Beans, promise to supercede Cow
Pes very largely as a toii-improv
ing, forage and grazing crop
touhut the South. Cheaper
t seed er :scre than cow peas.
W7rie for prices and "WAOOd'S
C-co L::eciall" giving full in
Ifrion' in regard to Soja and
I het Geans, Cow Peas, MIllet,
j :ed Corns, Sorghums, Sudan
Grass, etc. lMailed free.
VT.W.WOOD e SONS,
paEsmEN, - Richmon, va.
ISTATE OF SOUTH CAROLUNA,
Gouty of Clarendon,.
COURTOF COMMON PLEAS.
H. A. Poevden, Plaintiff
Elsie Capers, Toot Benbow, Sadie Ben
bow, and Macy B~enbow, Defendants.
Summons For Rlelief.
To the Absent Defendant. Toot Benbow:
IYou are hereby Summoned and re
quired to answer the Complaint in this
action, of which a copy is herewith
served upon you, and to serve a cop)y of
our answer to said Conr-plaint on the
Subscriber at his office in Sumter, S.
C., within twenty days after the service
hereof; exclusive of the day of such
service; and if you fail to answer the
Comulaint within the time aforesaid,
the dlaintitT in this action will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded in
AND YOU WILL PLEASE TAKiE
NOTICE, that the original summons
and complaint in this action have this
ddy been tiled in the ollice of the Clerk
doof unv'fCourt of Common Pleas for Claren
IDate March 29, A. D. 1916.
L. D. JENNINGS,
10 Edst Liberty St.
There's a great variety
in the kitchen for cooking
them all in superior quali1
Pots, Broilers, Saucepan
etc., we have in the most
of the finest block tin, at
makes them most durabi
whole kitchen outfit or an
A Good Family Gough Syrup.
Can be made by mixing Pine-Ta
conite, Sugar, Hyoscyamus, Sassafra
eppermint, Ipecac, Rheubarb. Mar
rake, Capsicum Muriate Ammoni;
oney and Flycerine. It is pleasani
eaig and' soothing, raises th
legm, and gives almost instant re
ief. For convenience of those wh
refer not to fuss, it is supplied read
2ade in 25c bottles under name of Di
ell's Pine-Tar-Honey. Can be ha
tyour druggist. Insist on getting D
e1l's Pine-Tar-Hosey and see that thi
rfula is on the package.-AdV.
Nobody has the faintest Idea whel
t ever. the war of competition ist
:ease. It may De that sometime me
s-ill live only in thoughts, not deeds
a beatific contemplation of thei
wn ideals. Sometime the valleys ma
e exalted and the mountains brougi
ow, and we shall jive on a high p1a
.eau of co-operative equality, when, t
tupply his wants, a man will have oni
.o touch a button and the machiner
t government will do the rest.
Troth-Business and Political ' Hei
y D. Estaorook, in National Magazin<
Of The Successful Bus
is a goo.l one to follo w; you cani't
far wroog if you walk in his footste
No man of affrs today i. without
commercial bank account: no busine
however small, can atford to be with<
one. If von have not an account, get
line for success by oponing 90e with
ilome Bank ald Trust (
All my town and country
property. Have between
5,000 and 6,000 acres of
farm lands, both largc. and
small tracts. For terms and
Iparticulars, apply to
Manning. S. C.
Notice of ,ischarge.
I will apply to Judge of Probate for
Clarendon County, on the 20th clay of f
April 1916, for retters of discharge as C
administrator of the Estate of S. a
Pulina Harrington, deceased.
John K. Harrington,
Workman. S. C., March 20, 1916.
Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic,
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out
tem. A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c.
RUB OUT PAIN
witi good oil liniment. That's
the zurt way to stop them.
The best rubbing liniment is
Good for the Ailments of
Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc.
Good for your own Aches,
Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains,
Cuts, Burns, Etc.
25c. 50c. $1. At all Dealers.
of useful articles required
purposes, and we have
ry. Kettles, Tea and Coffee
s, Fry Pans, Cake Tins,
xcellent makee. They are
id formed in a way that
e. Whether you need a
odd thing, it is here.
A Symbol of Health.
r The Pythagorians of Ancient Greece
ate simple food, practiced temperance
and purity. As a badge they used the
five pointedstar which they regarded
as asymbol of .health. A red five
pointed star appears on each pac~lage
of Chamnberlain's Tablets, and still ful
Sfills its ancient mission as a symbol of
b ealth. If you are troubled with indi
estion, biliousness or constipation, get
a package of these tablets from your
druggist. You will be surprised at
ethe quick relief which they afford.
Obtainable every where.-A dV.
Ice Box for Sick Room.
A convenience in the sick room is
Lan improvised ice box. A large, comn
Imon, red, earthen Isower pot with a
saucer a couple of sizes bigger than
-Ithe pot should be bought, also a small
wire trivet. Set this in the saucer and
Ythe lump of ice upon it and turn the
ower pot over it. Stop up the hole
~with a bit of cotton and cover the
whole with a damp rag.
YTells What She Thinks.
Anna Hawn, Cedar Grove. No.,
writes: 'lWe think Foley. -Cathartie
Tablets are the best liver pill we ever
-got hold of, as they do not nauseate or
gripe, but act freely on the liver." Rec
loeddfor constipatiOn, bloating,
sorom ach, gas on stomach, bad
breath, clogged or irregular bowel
action. Dickson Drug Store,-Adv.
Ii Misleading Degree.
Bill hez got back from a special course
he's been a-takin' at college, with a
piece o' paper signed by the authori
ties sayin' as how he's an A. Md. I
dunno what an A. Md. ?s, but I'm afeard
.1they's some mistake about it, for judg
in. from the time he gets down to
breakfast he behaves more like a P. M.
. Cnt This Ot-It Is Worth Money.
Dont Miss This. Cut out this slip,
enclose with 2c to Foley and Co.. Chi
cago, Ill., writting your name and ad.
go dress clearly. You will receive in re
.turn a trial package containing Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound for bronch
a a co'ughsa. colds and croup. .Foley
Kidner Pilis. and Foley Cathartic Tab
lets. 'Dicksons Drug Store.-Adv.
-M a joijts mastog the f1hneh un
doubtedly lead the world, thinks a
' contributor to a Britishi weekly. The
41 other day a Paris dentist's servant
opened the door to a woebegone pa
_ tient. 'And who, monsieur." he quer
ied in a tender tone, "shall I have the
misery of announcing?"
-Keeping up to The Mark.
"Spring fever" is not always a joke.
If you feel dull and sluggish, tired and
worn out. suffer from backache or
weak back, rheumatism, sore muscles,
stiff joints or other indication of ki d.
ney trouble, it will pay you to investi
gate Foley Kidney Pills. They are
hihly recommended as prompt and
elicient aids to health. Dickson .Drug
Brown Spots on Old China.
The beauty of old china is often de
stroyed by brown spots which appear
on the surface, says the Toledo Blade
jAn effective way to remove these is
to bury the dish in the earth, cover
ing it completely. The darker spots
require more time to remove them
than the lighter ones. This methed
will not harm the most delicate
IShe Told Her Neighb ar.
"I told a neighbor whose child had
croup about Foley's H-oney and Tar.'
writes Mrs. Itehkamp. 2404 Herman
S., Covington, Ky. "W~hen she gara
it a couple doses she wit so pleased
with the change she ,idnO't know what
to say." Thi.: reliable remedy helps
coughs, colds, croup and whooping
couh. Dickson Drug Store,-Ad v.
Notice of Discharge..
I will apply to the Jud-e of Probate
>r Clarendon County, on the 10th day
f May 1916, for letters of Discharge as
dministrat'or of the Estate of F. Press
y Harrington. deceased.
John K. Harringtou,
Vorkman, S. C., April 10th, 1916.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
or Clarendon County, on the 15th day
,f May 1916 at 11 o'clock a. M., for let
ers of discharge as administrator of
he Estate of Giff James, deceased.
anning, S. C. April 14, 1916.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
or Clarendon County, on the 15th day
if May 1916, at 11 o'clock a. m., for let
ers of discharge as Administrator of
he Estate of George Nelson, deceased.
anning, S. C., April 14, 1916.
s te be dreaded. It leads to serious
ailmns. Faver. IndigesiOs. Piles.
SickH.Sed*Ohs. Foisornd System ad
a seate of other troubles follow-.
Dee't let Cosatipation last.
I e. you Kidneys iver ssteml
of fermented. gassy foeds.
Nothig better th'
BATISFAr N O MONYBC
C. 0. EDWARDS. H. M. PERRITT
EDWARDS & PERRITT,
.. CIVIL ENGINEERS
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'Brya,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Manning S. C.
DR J. A. COLB,
Upstairs over Weinberg's Corner Store
MANNING, S. C.
Phone No '77
cJOHN G. DINKINS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Manning, S. C.
Ofce in Old Court House.
c. H. LESESNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING. S. 0.
W.C. DAVIS. J. W. WIDEMAN
DAVS & WIDEMAN,
- ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,
MANNING. S. C.
DURANT & ELLERBE.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C. -
R. . PURDY. S. OLIVERt 0 BRTAli
PURDY & O'BRYAN,'
Attrneys ounselors at Law.
From Weak and Lame
To Well and Strong
Try them. Foley Kidney Pills will
do for other men and women---quick
ly-what they have .done for Mr's.
stra year I got almost down with
y back writes Mrs.H T. straynge
er, andI whenever Istoppe doctoring
p gre wrerI tried Foley idne
e stinging sensation disappeared.
mno fstronger Inmy bakthan ry
no retr of the troubl ellan
Start in now to use Foley Kidney
Pills. You will feel an improvement
from the very first doses,d showing
bladder They to icrregular urinaY
liber up stif joints and aching mus
cles. They put the kidneys and blad
der in sound, healthy .condtiton. Tr3
Dichszn's Drug Store.
CHAR LESTON, S.C.
The Stror~g WVithstand the Heat C
Summer Better Than the Weak
Old people who are feeble, and younge
people who ar ekwl b teghn
nd enabled to go through the depress
ng heat of summer by taking regulari
Grove's Tasteless ChifllTonic. It purifii
nd enriches the blood and builds ii
thei whlissem. 50c. s m
THE BEST FER~IE
to use this year is a mixtude of equal
parts of Acid Phosphate and Cotton
This mixture will analyse NINE per
cent. available iPhosphoric 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 solict inquiries.
Manning,. S. C.
On The Firing Line!
Pressing Clothes is as
Experienced Muh an Art as
Help in lMaking
Pressing, Dry Them.
Cleaning and We claim that to properly and
thoroughly press any kind of gar
Tailoring. ment it must be done on a Hoffman 1
sanitary steam clothes pressing.. <.,
Oldest Sani- machine.
. This method produces the nat
tary Shop in uial body shape in clothes of every x.
Town. description, raises the nap, brings
out the color gives the garment an
Look for the an appearance of newness and
Sign. causes it to last longer.
Hoffman French Dry C|eaning. IO'
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 your inspection. Glet our
prices beforeyou buy.NEverythinlg guaruan
Highest prices paid for
D. M. Bradham&Son
The Bailey-Lebby Co
MRacbtinery. Mill and Plumbing Supplies.
Automobile Supplies and Accessories.
6. & 3. VEEDOL
Tres and Tubes. Oils and Grease.
CHARLESTON. S. C.