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Backing Up Proof
The Kind That Manning Peaple Cannot Deny.
Many an earnest Manning man or
woman has publicly endorsed Dcan's
Week after week, month after month
yo've read their statements.
Would these Manning people recom
mend any medicine if it were not wood.
Would they confirm and repeat their
statements after years had passed?
Local proof is good evidence.
Testimony confirmed years after is
The followinr Manning man's state
ment leaves no room for doubt.
It must convince every kidney suffer
er who reads it.
If your back aches-if your kidneys
are weak. profit by Mr. Reardon's ex
J. E. Reardon, Manning. says: "1
suffered from backache and pains
across my loins. Doan's Kidney Pills
brought me prompt benefit." (State
ment given January 31st, 1911.)
DOAN'S ALWAYS EFFECTIVE.
OVER THREE YEARS LATER,
Mr. Reardon said: "Whenever my
back or kidneys trouble me. I always
use Doan's Kidney Pills and they put
me in good shape."
Price 50c. at all dealers Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy-2et
Dorn's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mr. Reardon has twice publicly recom
mended. Foster-Milburn Co., Props ,
Buffalo. N. Y.
On November 29, 1814, a newspaper
for the first time was printed by
steam. Although the application of
steam power to printing machinery
had been successfully experimented
with some years previously, the hos
tility of the working printers rendered
It Inadvisable for the masters to intro
duce such a startling innovation into
their printing houses. Towards the
end of 1814, however, the growing cir
culation of the Times made a change
of some kind necessary, and in the
face of fierce opposition the second
John Walters set up a steam printing
press. So on the morning of Novem
ber 29 the leading article of the Times
announced to its readers that they
held in their hands that day a copy of
the first newspaper to be printed by
Bowel Complaints in India.
In a lecture at one of the Des Moines
Iowa, churches a missionary from In'dia
told of going into the interior of India,
where he was taken sick. that he had a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy with him and
believed that it saved his life. This
remedy is used successfully in India
both as # preventitive and cure for
cholera. You may know from this
that it can be depended upon for tho
milder forms of bowel complaint that
occur in this country. Obtainable
Building for Old Age.
The spring and summer of our life
may have been fairly pleasant and
their enjoyments .harmless; but the
retrospect is far from satisfying if,
when the autumn comes, our fields are
empty. It Is well, on summer morn
Ings. as we go to our work, to pluck a
wayside blossom now and then, or
pause to hear the carol of a bird; but
sur chief concern should be the plow
ing and sowing that shall yield endur-|
lan-harvests. It. is well to quench our'
momentary .. thirst from the brook
grhose slender flow the dry weath'er
of a single week may leave exhaust
ed; but we shall still need to hew for
ourselves unfailing cisterns. To live
in such fashion that, while we may do
but little harm to others, we make no
worthy contributions to their happi
ness, Is to doom ourselves to hunger
and thirst in coming days. Not only
by the evil that we do, but by the good
we leave undone, do we in youth and
prime prepare for ourselves an old
age of remorseful memories.-Rev. J.
Frank Thompson, in Universalist
Stomach Troubles and Constipation.
"I will pheerfully say that Chamber-:
lain's Tablets are the most satisfactory
remedy for stomach troubles and con-:
stipation that I have sold in thirty-four
years drug store service," writes S. H.
Murphy, druggist, Wellsburg, N. Y.
Obtainable every where.-Adv.
Trees and Man.
"As far as possible, all of us demand
trees about our dwellings, for their
shade, we say, or their charm, their
protection, their architectural value.
But at bottom, I believe, all our rea
sons are the same; we demand trees
about our dwellings because deep
within us-deep perhaps. as the pri
mal Inatincts of the race-is a great
and trustful affection humorously akin
to the dog's trust in the table beneath
which he lies, whether to escape the
heat of summer or the Fourth of July
fire-crackers. For all the centuries of
upward development, for all our tall
cities and snug dwellings, we are close
to the ancient mother still. Go out
some day into the wild places, let
night come on, or a storm, and see
-how you turn lia a homing bird to
the shelter of the Lumlock thicket!
Even on my own little place of a few
acres there is a grove cAt pines near
the house, murmurous 11kq the sea,
and beside it three gnarled oM apple
trees which put a green roof over that
bit of lawn; and to them I retu"n a
dozen times a day out of the sunshine
or the moonlight on the garden, as a
man returns to the welcome of his
roof and hearth."-Walter Prichard
Eaton In the Century.
For 'Croup--Mot hers- -
Always Keep This Handy
The day of the Croup scare is over
for those parents who wisely eep
?oley's Eoney and Ear Compound in
the home ready for instant use.
Mrs. Chas. Reitz, Allen's Mills, Pa.,
writes: "I have used Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound for the past eleven years
and would not be without it. It has
saved me many a doctor's bill for colds
If toward nightfall the little ones
grow hoarse and croupy, i~f their breath
Ing becomes wheezy and stuffy, giva
them Foley's Honey and Tar Compound.
Man~y a careful mother has been able to
ward off an attack of spasmodic croup
by its timely use. g
If you are awakened by the hoarse
brassy cough that means croup, gIve
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound at
once. It will ease the little sufferers
quickly, cut the thick choking phiegm,
and soon they will have easy breathing
and peaceful quiet sleep.
***Rvery Use? Is a ?niend.
Dickson's Drug Store.
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
The 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, Dnives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Build uo the Whole System. 50 cents,
Duke William's Favorite Town.
William the Conqueror's favorite
town was Caen tin Normandy, where
he and his duchess. .:atilda. ho de
fied tly' canon law by marrying within
the fc: )idden degrees of consanguin
ity, diu royal penance by building two
great abbeys, whose churches of St.
Etienne (St. Stephen) and La Trinite
contribute so greatly to Caen's beauty
today. William's church of St. Eti
enne, stark and bold and lofty, most
wonderfully represents his indomita
ble spirit and ideas. The smaller,
richer and more delicate Trinite is no
less characteristically feminine a mon
ument to Duchess Matilda. Another
memorial, an insignificant single stone
M a pretty, forgotten. flower-starred
byway of the old Protestant cemetery.
marks the spot where Beau Brummel,
the man who for all time made "ex
quisite propriety" in dress the stand
ard, lies in oblivion beneath the wav
ing grasses of this Norman hillside.
Arthur Stanley Riggs, in the National
Geographic Magazine. -
Out of Old Albania.
Save in Epirus, where Greek culture
holds the towns, and even the Moslem
Albanians of the hills write (when
they can write at all) in Greek letters,
no foreign influence has yet invaded
the intimate life of this exclusive race.
Individual Albanians have, indeed,
given their talents to bring unity or
order to the life of other peoples. Half
the captains by land and sea of the
Greek wars of independence were Al
banians from Epirus or the isles.
Crispi came from the Albanian col
ony in Sicily: the khedivial family
imposed itself on Egyit; the last
grand vizier of the old regime in Tur
key was a South Albanian magnate.
But no native church, no native litera
ture, no local field for statesmanship
has yet exercised the talents of a
race which is certainly not the least
gifted of the Balkan peoples. Until
recently an Albanian educated was an
Bad to Have a Cold Hang On.
Don't let your cold hang on, rack
your system and become chronic when -
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey will hel)
you. It heals the inflammation, sooth
es the cough and loosens the phlegm.
You breathe easier at once. Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-Honey is a laxative Tar Syr
uo. the pine tar balsam heals the raw
spots, loosens the mucous and prevents
irritation of the bronchial tubes. Just
get a bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hon
ey today, its guaranteed to help you
Little Plea for the Rich. -
History, even in recent times, shows
as a matter of hard fact that wealth
is not flagrantly misused. Bacon, in
slyly warning his readers against
those who pretend to despise riches,
remarks that no people make worse
use of riches when they acquire them.
And that inexorable test would be no
more merciful if it were applied to
day. Those who condemn the rich
would beyond question do more harm
with wealth to themselves and others
than is done now by a rich class, of
whom the greater part have inherited
certain responsibilities, inseparable
from their fortune, or have developed
a self-restraint in the very process
which laboriously built up their cap
C A ST'OR I A
Clear Skin Comes From Within.
It is foolish to think you can gain a
good clear complexion by the use of
face powder. Get at the root of the
trouble and thoroughly cleanse the
vstem with a treatment of Dr. King's
New Life Vills. Gentle and mild in
action, do not gripe, yet they relieve
the liver by their action on the bowels.
Good for young, adults and aged _Go
ater a clear oompiexion today 2oc at
Modern Plays Must Be Costly.
"I have here an idea for a play,"
said the moving picture author to thej
producer. "In the first reel an oil tankl
blows up, in the second an entire rail
road train falls into a gorge, in the
third a huge steamer sinks at sea, in
the fourth a volcanic eruption destroys
a city and in the fifth we have a battle
scene calling for 10,000 supernumer
aries." "Entirely too small for me to
fool with," said the producer, doing
some rapid figuring with a pencil.
"That play wouldn't cost more than.
$5,000,000 to stagA and I'm not consid
ering anything that involves an ex
penditure of less than $20,000,000. The
trouble with you authors is that you
have no imagination."--Judge.
Will my Child Take Dr. King's New Discovery
This best answer is Dr. King's New
Discovery itself. Its a pleasant sweet
syrup, easy to take. It contains the
medicines which years of experiende
have proven best for Coughs and Colds
Thosewho have used Dr. King's New
Discovery longest are its best friends.
Besides every bottle is guaranteed. If
you dont get satisfaction you get your
money back. Buy a bottle, use as di
rected. Keep what is left for Cough
and Cold insurance.-Adv.
Need for Electric Rickshaws.
A cording to advices from India.
there is no reason why small electric
vehicles should not replace the rick
shaw in hill stations, where these are
now in' general use. The over all di
mensions of the vehicle need not be
ver eleven feet by five feet-Popular
Does Sloan's Liniment Help Rheumatism.
Ask the man who uses it, he knows.
"To think I suffered all these year-s
when one 253 cent bottle of Sloan's Lini
iment cured me," writes ote grateful
use. If you have Rheumatism or
suer from euralgia, Backachie, Sore
ness and Stiffness. don't put off getticg
a bottle of Sloan's. It will give von
such welcome relief. It warms and
soothes the sore, stitf painful places
and you feel so much better. Buy it
at any Dr-ug Store, only 25 eents-Adv.
Songs Develop National SpirIt.
It seems strange that the world bar
not done more with singing, that is
with popular singing. In this regarc
we are far behind some of the other
nations, for example, the Germans
They have many choral societies, i'
which they sing songs of the father
land, and do much to develop the na
To The Public.
"I bare been using Chamberlain's
Tales for indigestion for the past :
otths, and it ati'url me p!eamue t'
a I have naver .tu c remedy that
di'd mae so mu~ch geoj.' .\ls. C E.
IRiley, HIlon, N. Y. Chamberlin 's
Tablets are obtainable everyw~here.
7 ~ ASTORIA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
A.O.E cAlways Bought
similaun;Finamegu Bears the
Opium.Morphate nor ifraL
erfect Remedy fcrost-Use
t ,sour Stomacn.DiarrOCm
ness andLOsorSi1 For 0vPr
r s im aet s gn a m re of .h ryhw\ - ~ O K
Enc Copy of WmPratPe- THE CENTAUR C'.MPANY. NCW YORK CITW .
A FullI Stock of
in stock. and ask yotr inspection. Get our
prices beforeyou buy. ;Everything guaran
Highest prices paid for
D. M. Bradham &Son.
Seashore Round Trip
Fares From Manning.
$7.80.............. .......... To Wrightsville Beach
$3.85 ........ .... ......... .....To Isle of Palms
$3.85............. ......... ... To Sullivans Island.
$7.60....... ...... ... ..........To Myrtle Beach.
S14.45 ............... .... .To Norfolk, Vb. Sumter
Tickets on sale frem May 15 to October 15, inclusive,
limited returning until October 31. Liberal stop-over
Week-End Excursion Fares.
82.75-. .. . .... ........To Isle of Palms.
$2.75 ..................Sullivan's Island
Tfickets on sale for all trains on each Saturday and,
tor forenoon trains on each Sunday from May 27 to Sept
10, inclusive, limited returning to reach original starting
point prior to midnight of Tuesday next following date
Sunday Excursion Fares.
813 ......... ......... .........To Charleston.
Tickets on forenoon trains on each Sunday from
June 11. to September 11, inclusivo, limited returning on
train No. 178 scheduled to leave Charleston 8:25 p. m.
The dates of sale, schedule and further particulars cheer
fully furnished upon application to
Atlantic Coast Line,
The Standard Railroad of the South.
OF ALL KINDS AT
DICKSONfS IROO STORE.
'PhONE US FOR 'yOUR
THE BEST1 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.
lNNING OIL IILL
Manning, S. C.
There'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 thera gast durable. Whether you need a
whole kitchen outft or an odd thing, it is here.
TATE OF SOUT ARI C. 0. EDWARDS. H. M. PERRIT
County of Clarendon. ED RS&CILENIES
COURT OF COMMON PLEA S. Ofc vrBn fMnig
. A. Ploevden, Plaintiff -
lsie Capers, Toot Benbow, Sadie Ben
bow, and Macy Benbow, Defendants. (~ '~JJ r
Summons For Relief. " '
o the A bsent Defendant Toot Benbow:SRVYRadCVLEGER
You are hereby Summoned and re-OfieorBakfMnig
qired to answer the Comnpiaint in this
tion, of which a copy is herewith,
rved upon you, and to serve a copy of
yur ansjwer to said Complaint on the3
Sbscriber at his office in Sumter, S.LO E '
C., within twenty days after the service O is-ls elEtt
ereof; exclusive of the day of such Mrggs
rvice; and if you fail to answer the
omplaint within the time aforesaid, Prdy&OB'a
te plaintiff in this action will apply to
te Court for the relief demanded in ATONYATLW
he Complaint. ainS.C
AND YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE
OTICE, that the origfinal summons
nd complaint in this action have this
ay been filed in the office of the Cler
fCourt of Common Pleas for Claren-DR3.ACO,
at March 29. A. D.1916. DNIT
L. D. JENNINGS, UptisoeWenegsCrrSoe
Plaintiff's Attorney. MNIG .C
Constipation - _ _ _ _ _
Sink eadte Consiston lest
heathy and acie -idyousystem fiei ldCutHue
Nothing better than
NewLifePills J .ATRE TLW
All Druggists 25 cents
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rov's TasUtless Chl Tonie. I Suimpeadfuetopesees abtl
d tonrayhendtheginoode inprovemdntup
Irives Out Malaria, Bullds Up System75cnsaDrgisorbmildcL
The old Standard general strengthening tonic, S .M J~ R E
GROVE'S TAsTELEsS chill TolIle, drives out
~,eribesbeloo.5llbi~snpheY . O. P~MF. CO - 4oS@ vghS BRNYN
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Ower 01 Fan Ppenyl
Haveyou investigated the' Farmers'
Mutual Protection Association of Sumter,
Clarendon and Lee Counties, S. C.?
DO YO U WANT TO REDUCETHE
COST of your Insurance?
Are you willing to become a member
of a'mutuall organization which can be
come the most DOMINANT INSURANCE
FACTOR in the commercial life of yours
Remember These Things.
Other communities are enjoying the savings ac
complised by the successful operation of THESE
Banks and Business Men realize the worth of these
Associations and appreciates the fact that th'ir in
surance has been reduced.
This is not a get-rich scheme. It is operated solely
for the reduction in the.cost of .insurance and the re
The People Get the Benefit:
There is a Director in your township. See him or
The Sumter Trdst Co., Agent.
Sumter, S. C.
Buy Your Kool Cloth
Special Bargains Everyday in Dry Goods,
Clothifg, 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.
100 PalmiBeach Suits to Clean and Press
300 Suits to Sponge and Press
at 20c, -
. at 75c.
Work done by experienced help. Oldest San
itary Shop in town
Look for the-Sign. -
Hoffman French Dry -Ceaoion~ o
T. N. WILDMAN, Manager.
you did yesterday.
Make to-morrow better
.by starting a Bank'
If, for no other reason than the unforeseen demands incident
o human life, you owe yourself a Bank account.
Il's a duty, because you. haven't the power tojpredict the
future but you hav~e power to start a Bank account and fortify for
befuture. Besides we want to help worthy young men to succeed.
BNgintoiay with S.
The Bank of Manning.