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Don't Neglect Children's
Manning Parent Should ;ot Cyerlook the Lit
tie One's Kidney Ailments.
One of the m'es :n:oirg ailments of
chikdhood is weak kid:ev, antd inabil
ity to'cn' i the kidney -e -r-tious. Not
O:,iv i; lthi, at~eurgn -rouble,and
one tha: eve::. mo !)er is auXiOU'to
e" rid f. but it is it [,.an eas-s a sig
unt of danguer., f tole: that will1,et
worse con--a,L"y if n' atttn-lcd to. If
tur eh:'d is fr: ii or litfu:, do-eu't run
arouni tr p'a ike o:her enildren.
cmlrntai:hs cf b ckaebe and of feeline
tired- sesr~eet k:: ey w, akcnesc D on's
Ki.u- Pi:;,. are Vert: etleetive for kid
n,' v."knes, la elidreu and are per
rt'."-y :e', a:itj on parentS rcco:n
. . s. 1;-1t. S. boundary St,
iact.g. ',Iy-: ". \ %ounzer member of
my Fa-ry had teak kidueiss after a
iev, r. lie had dzzy spe is and th.
i : -vs net 1. to-) rrq-i-nt y. ausin
mue' imnioarce boh ta and nienlt.
I go. Doan's Kdn-y i'..1; at the Dick
son Drug Cu.. and they telieved the
Price 50, at all dealers. Dout sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's Kidney Pti:s-the same that
Mrs. Bell rec.umeud. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Bu ffalo. N. Y.
Germans Use New Kind of Shelf.
The Germans in the Dvinsk regions
are using - a new shell, which has a
cast-iron nose grooved internally and
with a central opening nearly one inch
in diameter, from which, several hours
after the shell has burst, there still
comes a strong odor of prussic acid.
The shell, which is provided with
an arrangement to delay the explo
sion, generally bursts on the ground.
Wounds of the slightest character
from fragments of these shells, in
evitably and usually very rapidly,
Real Harbinger of Spring.
The groundhog is accepted by many
as giving the first clue to when spring
may be expected. Others wait for the
robin, but all will concede that among
the real harbingers of spring is the
small boy playing "keeps." When the
genuine vernal spirit is in the air it
unerringly is manifested by Young
America who instinctively turns to
marbles. The fever is not on him long,
but it is never-failing and always coin
cident with the break-up of winter.
Give Libraries to War Victims.
When the Russians invaded East
Prussia they destroyed every library
in the villages and cities they occu
pied so the inhabitants are left with
out books. The Berliner Goethebund
has start .d a subscription to restore
the books. Herr Krupp von Bohlen
headed it with $1,250.
Bitiousness and Stomach Trouble.
-i'n:) 'ear-. nio I suf'erPd from ire
que-- t u'ians of "t ,n:.ch troub'e and
b. iou.ness.' 'writ s his Emma Ver
hroi'e. Litna, Oh o. ": could rt -cry
liti- food thatt areed with me and I
'-became so dizzy and sick at my stomach
at time, that I hid to take hold of
something to kee:> from fallinz. Seeino
Chambertain's Tablets advertised I
decided to try tham. I improved rap
idly." Obtainable e-very',where. Adv.
.Geese Could Not Skate.
A flock of more than fifty wild geese
mistook glare ice in Kabekona bay,
Leech Lake, Minn., for placid water,
and afti alighting on the smooth
surface were unable to take flight and
'were held prisoners. The ice was so
slippery it prevented the geese from
"takIng a running start" In order to
The geese, falling about on their
backs, attracted four hunters, who
were unable to reach the geese on ac
count of the dangerous thinness of
the ice. Finally a wooden platform
was built and pushed over the Ice
ito the flock. The birds then flopped
aboard the platform, made a run of it
and soon were flying away.
"It's impossible to tell the truth
all the time."
"So~ it seems. What prompted that
"I've just been listening to a man
discussing the merits of his new mo
torcar. The gloss of the tonneau, the
luxurious upholstery, the dazling re
flection from the brass and nickel
parts and the swiftly spinning wheels
-of a new car never fail to bewitch the
senses of its owner and warp his
judgment of a machine that is-at best
but a striking example of man's in
ability to make anything that Is per
"Let me pay the fare, dear," said
the woman in blue.
"No, no, dear. I'll pay it,;' said the
woman in black.
"But, I insist."
"Oh, no. I have a dime somewhere
in my purse if I can only find it."
"So have I. Wait a moment while I
"Ladies," said a large, gruff man.
"i'll pay your carfare. The arga
ment ii getting on my nerves."
And they both glared at the brute
in unspeakable amazement.
C A STO R IA
.All person ha;'imn' claims agains~t
the estate of Mt-s. Fuzenia Rh ame will
present samte r', ai a ipersotIs 0wm02
said estate wiil mn 2a payment to the
undersittned. or hi% attorney.
W. M. Lono, ExecutOr.
The Portner Apar-tmenlts, Wash., D. C.
Charlton iDuRatt AttorneY
IFrom Weak and Lame
To Well and Strong1
Try them. Noley Kidney Pills will
do for other ~n and woe-qik
ly--what th have done for Mrs.
"Last year, I got almost down with
my back," writes Mrs. H. T. Straynge
of Gainesville, Ga., R. No. 3. "I suf
fered from inflammation- of the blad
4er, and whenever I stopped doctoring
I grew worse. I tried Foley Kidney
Pinls, and after taking them awvhile
my bladder action becamne regular and
the stinging sensation disappeared. I
am now stronger in my back than I've
been for several years, and since get
ting well, I've stayed well and had
r no return of the trouble."
Start in now to use Foley Kidney
Pills. You will feel an improvement
from -the very first doses, showing
bow quickly they act on kidneys and
bladder. They stop irregular urinary;
.action. ease pain In back and sides,
limber up stiff joints and aching mus
cles. They put the kidneys and blad
. der in sound, healthy COndition. TrZ
Dir-hsen's Drug Store.
Save Your Paper, Says Uncle Sam.
Save your old paper and rags! E
so doing, according to the departmei
of commerce, you not only will be ei
riching yourself to a certain exten
but will be aiding paper manufacture
to solve what promises to become
very serious problem-the shortage c
The department is sending broa
cast letters to business firms urgin
them to conserve their old pape:
Something like 15,000 tons of pape
are manufactured every day in th
United States and a large proportio
of this, after being used, is throw
away or burned, with the result tha
just so much raw material must b
Most of this paper can be used agai
In the manufacture of a slightly ii
"You say you are a wanderer ove
the face of the earth?" we asked th'
shabby, sad-eyed man with the utterl;
"Yes," he answered with a sigh
"Seven years ago my wife sent m
out with a sample of yarn to match
and I am still trying to match it.
"What has he accomplished fron
"Well, he frequently paints th'
Shculd Sloan's Liniment go Along?
Ofcourse it should! For after a strent
ous day when your muscles have bee
exercised to the limit an application c
Sloan's Liniment will take the sorenes
and stiffness away and ret you in fin
shape for thy morrow. You should als
use it for a sudden attack of tooth ach
stiff neck, backache, stings, bites any
he many accidents that are incidenta
to a vacation. "We would as soo
leave our baggage as go on a vacatio
or camp out. without. Sloan's Liniment
Writes one vacationist: "We use it fo
everything from cramps to toothache
Put a bottle in your bag, be prepare
and have no regrets.-Adv.
Constipation and Indigestion.
"I have used Chamtberlairl's Tablet
and must say they are the best I have
ever used for constipation and icdires
tion. My wife also used them for indi
estion and they did her good." write
Eugene S. Knight, Wilmington. N. C
Chamberlain's Tablets are mild anc
gentle in the-ir action. Give tht m ,
trial. You are certain to be pleased witi
the agreeable laxative effect whic
tbey produce. Ob:atnabie every Rhfre
It was at a royal review of troops
that Queen Victoria made an immortal
declaration. Regiment after regiment,
English, Irish, and Scotch,. passed be
ore the queen. When the Grenadier
guards went past she expressed the
warmest of admiration for the fault
ess technic of the regiment. When a
regiment of Highlanders marched
past she became positively enthusias
tic. "Magnificent!" her majesty is re
ported as saying. "What splendid sol
diers those Highlandmen are!" Then
came an Irish regiment, which one is
not stated. This time it was not sc
nuch the faultless marching and the
splend!id physique that so impressed
er majesty. For a moment she said
othng. Then in a low voice she
turned to an officer and said: "Ah!
Tat is bloody war!"
Antiquity of Passports.
Passports are a very ancIent insti
tution. Some of the old monkisi
chroniclers mention as an achieve
ment on the part.of King Canute tha1
he obtained free ,passes for his sub
ects through various continental coun
tries on their, pilgrimages to thE
shrines of the Apostles Peter ant
Paul, at Rome. Each pilgrim was fur
nished with a document in the naturE
of a passport called "Tructuria de
tinere Peragez ta." Hall in his
"Chronicle" makes reference to a sys
temn of passports in the time of Ed
ward IV, and the enforcement of this
system is known to have been very
strict in the reigns of Elizabeth and
"Lots of realism in this book."
"The author describes a meeting 0:
"A::d ',he president of the societl
takes out an Ingersoll to see what timE
A Hacking Cough Weakens The System.
Don't suffer with a hacking cougl
hat has weakened your system--get
:ttle of Dr. King's New Discovery, it
se over 40years, and benefiting al
who use it,. the sooth ing pine balsant
with tar heal the irritated air passage
-soothes the raw spots. loosens th
mucous and prevents raekinst the bod,
with coughing' Dr. King's New Dis
coery induces natural sleep and aid
nature te cure you -Adv.
SCHOLARSHIP AND ENTRANCE EXAMINA
The examination for the award c
vacant scholarships in Winthrop Co
lege and ifor the admission of nel
students will be held at the count
court house on Friday. JIuly '. a'
a. mn. Applicants most not be less tha
16 years of age. When 5cholar-hips a'
vacant. after Julvy they will be awart
ed to those making the highest ave:
age at this examination, provided the
meet the conditions governing th
award. Applicants for scholarshit
should write to President .Johnson bi
fore the examination for scholarsii
Scholarships are worth $100 and fre
tuition. The next session wvil ope
September 20. 191(;. For further info
maion and catalogue, address Pre~ts
dent D. Rt. Johnson, Rock Hill, S. C.
Is to be dreaded. It leads to serious
ailments. Fever. Indigestion. Piles.
Siok Headache. Poisoned System and
a sooof other troubles follow.
Keep your Kidneys. Liver and Bowel
healthy and active. Rad your system
of fermented, gassy foods.
Nothing better than
All Druggists 25 cents
SATISFACyION OR MONEY BACK
Whenever You Need a General Ton
The Old Standard Grov'e's Tastele
chill Tonic is equal"' 'valuable as
General Tonic becaur~ it contains ti
well known tonic properties of QUININ
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Driv"
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood ar
A MODERN TONIC
It is recommended to Improve the Ap
petite, give tone to the stomach. build up
that run down condition and promote
strength. Order a bottle today.
Dickson's Drug Store
'SIIN 2IfIO'IA 2TIOII NOQN32IV'IO
M-achirney Mnoil asn.d .Paiaq Sq pis
i1r.d lA\ ~a -,)III jo _~qjO On~1b atno!
s Olt'AutllO mutt oil S !upl,.i is l d Ac ijit u Pl
IonI puP q53.1J szt u -Inq iU.iY untuS U' wO.tj pn inTtU].fO
i .SII! .i1uo lo\ *Waatj2 tIlAi .IHI.1flJ uodn awlssut ;c
e.Tnsntl(I -)'1i o.ALtji a.t;;o:u jo 03 d ui puit .rnohIj uopua.lVIC
- -uL'[ .1110O U! OOua-.uacS )S~p~ts eq PaII'~' soul~emo s]
OUGO4 OAej4 P 1 !W I1I
The Bailey-Lebby Co
Machinery. Mill and Plumbing Supplies.
Automobile Supplies and Accessories.
G. & J. VEEDOL
Tires and Tubes. Oils and Grease.
CHARLESTON. S. C.
Special Excursion Fares From Manning.
NEW YORK CITY.
Account National Educational Convention. Tickets will
be sold Jur~e 29, 30 and July 1, limnitea. returning until July
BALTIMORE, M. D.
Account Grand Lodge Elks (B. P. 0. E.) Tickets will
be sold July 5, t;, 7, $ and 9, limited returning until July 19.
BUFFALO, N. Y.
Account Ancient Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic'
Shrine, Imperial Council. Trickets will be sold July 8, 9 and
10, limited returning until JIuly 23.
For schedules. reservation and more detailed informa
tion. call on. H. D. CLARK,
Ticket Agent, Manning.
Atlantic Coast Line. The Standard Railroad of South.
The Strong Withstan~d the I-eat of R..ACi.
lewh ~ewetsl estrengthened DR .
and enabled to go ttrough the depress- i UpnLairs ov-er WVeinberg's Corne*r St
ig heat of summuer b': sking regularlyNNGSC
Grove's Tasteless Chin Tonic. nt purifies AING, S. C.
and enriches the blood and builds up Phone No 37
the whole system-. 500). --_ __
_______________ OHN G. DINKINS,
Good Looks are Easy A~RE TLw
with ,.Y Omce in oid Court house.
Magnolia H. LESESNE
-Balm. WW ATTORNEY AT L.
e a MANNING. S. C.
~'Look as good as your city cousins. "0 --__
-tter if you do Tan or Freckle Magno!
~Baalm will surely clear your skin inaanntl. 6 0. EDWARDS H. M. PERl
Hearsfaceand rubit o again befre d ~.~.DW\ARDS & PERRTT
to-day and begi te eairprovn'ent at AND SURVEYORS.
once. White. Pink and Rose-Red Colors. Qflh-e Over 13auk of 31aonin..
75 cents at Druggists or by mail dired.- \1ANNING S 0.
LYON MFG. Co. 40 So. 5th St., Brooklyn. N.Y.
DAvls & WIDEMAN,
-- ____-_ ATTORNEYS AT LAw,
~'i~~T lZCAU ANNING. S. C.
I' M1~ANNING. S. C
Attorneys ounselors at Law
MANNING. S C.
G. T. FloydL
SURVEYOR and CIVIL ENGINI
Office over Bank of Manning
-~ - -LOANS NEGOTIATJ
On F irs.t-Class'- Real Esti
Purdy & ~y
S:~WA~STONS.C. ATTORNEYS AT LAM
CH R ES O ,S C Ma nning o.
THE BESTI 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
.- I above materials and also Blood and
Tankage. and we solicit inquiries.
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 them most durable. Whether you need a
whole kitchen outfit'or an odd thing, it is here.
A Full Stock of
IH arness -
in stock, and ask your inspection. Get our ,
prices before~you buy. [Everything guaran
-Highest prices paid for
-D. M. Bradham&o
Seashore Round Trip
FIT ares From M~anning. -
RS s.0......................To Wri!ghts il le Beach
$3.85 ..... ... ... .. ... To Isle of Palms
- 3.85..... ....... .. . To Suliivans Island.
LX 7.0 . . . . . ... .. .. .. .T 1\lyrtle Beach.
$14.43 ..... . . ..... To NofoN', Vi.1 Sumter
Trickets oni sale frem 1a~y 15 to October 15, inclusive,
limited returning until October 21. Liberal stop-over
Week-End Excursion Fares.
$2.7.5....... ......... .... ...... To Isle of Palms.
$2.75 .... ................. ....Sullivan's Island
TN Tickets on sale flor al Irains on 'ech Saturday and
tor forenoon trains ron eneb Su ndi y* fr M1ay ':7 to Sept
10, icusive, lii ted returning to reach oreiinlsatg
-point prior to midnight of Tuesday niext fol lowing date
Sunday Excursion Fares.
91. 8'..................-.-----.To Charl' ston .
0ic 11 lon Q fo In . rins 15on aebi Sunday fron> toh
tin Ni'. 1> ie iueld to leave (aar esin S:- p. in.
ate fully fu rnished upon appl icationi tothf
AtlantiC COast Line, ~~
The Standard Railroad of the South.
THE RENEWAL OF YOUR INSUR
ANCE ON FARM PROPERTY SHOULD
COME TO THE FARMERS MUTUAL
PROTECTION ASSOCIATION of Sum
ter. Clarendon and Lee Counties. S. C.,
by virtue of the fact that this Associa
tion is not run for profit of its ,:r :mers
MAKE APPLICATION TO YOUR
TOWNSHIP DIRECTOR or
Sumter Trust Co.
Sumter, South Carolina.
Buy Your Kool Cloth
pecial'Bargains Everyday in Dry Goods,
Clothinq, Shoes, Ladies' Hats, Skirts
and Children's Dresses.
A call will convince you.
OUR MOTTO: More Goods 'tr Less Money
No tKATZOFF- i
oatPlayer Furniture Co.'s Old Stand, Manning.8.C
00 PalmiBeach Suits to Clean and Press
300 Suits to Sponqe and Press
ork done by experienced help. Oldest San
itary Shop in town.
ook for the Sign.
ofman rench Dry Cleaning Co.
T. N. WILDMAN, Manager.
Time tells whati
Make to-morrow better.
by starting a Bank*
.for no other reason than the unforeseen demands incident
an life, you owe yourself a Bank account.
s a duty. because you haven't the power tol'predict the
but you have poiwer to start a Bank account and fortify for
tre. Besides we want to help worthy young men to succeed.
be Bank of Manning.