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What's The Reason?
an t Maming People in Poor Health With
oat Kncwisg The Carse.
There are scores of peo'. n het dira,
out a miserable exist-:ene w 'it' tal
izing the cause of their tutkring. Day
after day they are racked with back
ache and headache, su ie: tom rv
ousness, dizziness. wven;t s:, or
and depression. Perhaps the kin ey
have fallen b hind ia thi: wortk :l
String the blood and tlha. ta + b, the I
root of the trouble. Look to your kd
neys-assist them in their work-rive
them the help they need. Yeu can
use no more highly recommended rem
edv than Doan's Kiiney Pi!ls.
Below is grateful testimony from a
i sufferer in this locality.
.. R Dyson, farmer, 11. F. D. No. 2,
Silver, S. C., says: "fly kidneys were 1
in bad shape. I had uains in mv hack
and loins and could 'hardi'y walk a:
times. I was sore and lame and had
rheumatic twinges in my shoulders.
v My head ached and I had sp. is of diz
ziness. The kidney seereticz 1::med (
irregularly, sometimes beinz re fre
quent and thtn again scat:.f. My
knees and arles became -wor se:. I
doctored and tried ditiereut medicies
with no resu;?s until I flealyused
Doan's Kidney Pills. They rerltven
all signs of kidney troub:e."
Prica 50c, at ali deale:s. Dou'i ,im
y ply ask for a kidney remcdv--,et t
Doan's Kidney Pi:ls-the sam.' tiat <
Mr. Dyson had. Foster-M ilh rn ('a,
V Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
Of Egyptian Origin.
The Basques are a curious race, and
for a century scientists believed it im
possible to discover their affiliations,
4 and with good reason, for they tried I
in vain to connect them with other
'European people. In recent times a
careful and intimate study of the lan
guage has revealed them to have come
from Egypt at a time so remote that
even tradition and legend show no
traces of that far off migration.
A Doctors Remedy For Coughs.
As a cure-for coughs and colds Dr.
Bell's Pine-Tar Honey combines these
R -. remediesin just the rirht proportion
to do the most rood for summer coughs
or colds. A trial will prove the value 1
of this splendid cough mdi"mine. Dr. 1
Bells Pine-Tar-Honey soothes the iri- b
ic. stops your cough, kills the cold
germs and does you a world of rood. A
25e bottle will more than cervince vou
-it .ili s~oo your cough. At drug
The most I can do for my friend is v
imply to be his friend. I have no I
wealth to bestow on him. If he knows (
that i am happy in loving him, he will t
want no other reward. Is not friend- f
ship divine in this?--Thoreau. g
Care For Cholera Merbus.
I 'en cur littil l'ov, ::w s n e
's old, was a hbbli i was eured tf
cer m- rbhus by C.hat::b ri ii -' -
' ;i* Ct-o!-r :ta D Li:,'rho I- mtedy.'
wri=.-s Mrs. Sd-. y ., mn\r:. Fair i
7ve , N. Y. "Siuce then other mem I
be-e of my famiiy havet t":.-: . .:
.4.- in-dicine for COlIe and bowel trot;- t
t bes wi h geori sa:i faction and I al.dii
endore it. as a remedy of cpirnd P
_merit. Ohtainable ever'whete.- v
-Othe- Foli's Chldren.
~Nature takes anre that the mater- t
nal nstinct sha: --emain tremendous- ~
y 3 strong ln* every class. Even in t
hildless indivicuais there is seldom C
a real decay-er :t. For proof of this a
statement note that..:n.:-.ry c iviied C
-cmmunity the persons nvo love best I
and work -nest Mr othe"r folk s chil
Kihren are rnatutre sing e women.
Just The Thirng For Diarrheea. C
'~Anout t wo. 3ears ago I in a a.ven'
~atack of diarthota whicht late. ov.-r
a week." writes W. C. Jone. Buh r.d
N.D. 'I became si weak. that I cou' r
not stand upright.. Ac- drowist. recom.- C
mendedi Chamber'air's ( olie Cr ole. t
and DiserhoeafRemtdy. The first dos- s
reieved me and within~ 'wo da:. 1 w t
as weil as eve-r.'' Many dro"--ine (
^oend this rtimedy b'caiuse the kr
tatis reliiah}'. Obtainrab.e evit
Analyzing the Boy.
."How would a boy grow up if he r
never~ had mud between his toes and -.
a torn hat?" Mrs. Homer Hoch de
mands to know. Many boys have mud
not only all the way between their
toes and a -torn hat, but also on top
of- the torn bat, and still they seem
never to grow up.-Kansas City Star. I
Will Sloan's ILiniment Relieve Pain? .
Try it and see-one application will,
prove more than a column of claims.
James S. Ferguson. Phila . Pa., writes C
"I hav-e had wonderful relief simee I C
used Sloan's Liniment ou my kners t
To think after all these years of, paim
one application gave me relief. .daoy
thanks for what your remedy has done
Sfor me." Don't keep on suffering, ap
.plv Sloan's Liniment where :your pawn
-is'and notice how quick you get reflef.
Penetrates without rubbiug Buy it
at any Drug Store. 25c.-A drY.
Of The Successful Busi
ness Man *1
is agood one to feo: Toa c' 0go
. far wrong if you walk in hsfms
No raan of ains iaV i whi ai
commercial bank account: no b:sines.1
however smnall, can afor'd to bV n ih
Sone- If vcu have not an accomnt, t imin
n - f-- sacue h.opening 00ewi0
bVeever You Need aGerd'ae
* Take Girove's
The Old Standard Grove's T,.us:s
~chill Tonic is equally plurable>
GenerL Tonic because it contamm::
wellknownl tonic propertiesof QUI\NN
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, D,e
out Malaria, Enriches the 1loo~d a-nd
guilds up the Whole System. 50 cens.
ne uiia TatDosNtAffect The ihead
rcause of its tonic and laxative efect, LA XA
TIVE BROMO QUININE is better than ordinary
iieC and does not cause nervousness nor
rnu n -i' head. Remember the full name and
,-k orth signature of E. W. GROV. 5c
QUEER QUALITY OF MODESTY
.ittle Dissertation on One -.f the
Strangest Attributes Krcwn t: the
Modesty is a quality mai:iy iunice
ible in folks who would lo by h: v
ng attention called to themselves.
The most modest man we know has
wo or three other name- n hiu wait
ng lit. and there are. fh: many
laces he can't go at all.
Greatness is characterized by a ten
eney to eilace oneself. This is true of
,reat modesty also. The man we know
-ho claims the most modesty has one
k the sorts of modesty that has ef
aced itself so utterly it must be very
~reat modesty. One wouldn't notice
hat man's modesty at all unless one's
ttention were called to it, as it is sure
o be by the owner thereof.
The girl with ankles too thick or too
hin is modest about them. She doesn't
-are much what color of hose she
years. and she keeps her skirts low.
also, if her neck and shoulders are
:crawny she thinks these one-more
:truggle-and-I-am-free gowns are ni
nodest. In fact, she is sure of it. We
mave it on good authority that the
momeliest of the Turkish women are
he ones who manage to maintain the
ustom of going about veiled to the
Animals are not expected to be mod-'
st, and think nothing about those
hings, so they are comparatively
lappy. They escape modesty while
hey live and hell when they die.
Some people are not modest about
elling of their ability, but are extreme
y modest about displaying it after
hey get the job. Their modesty van
shes again, temporarily, at each pay
Synonyms for modesty are self-dc
ense, timidity, laziness, hope-of-at
racting-attention-to - oneself - by - pre
We know absolutely nothing of mod
sty, except by hearsay.-Judge.
Repairing Steel Rods.
A broken steel rod may frequently
ie repaired by a very simple process.
'sually the ends of the tube where
roken have become somewhat -
inched or distorted. If this is the ,
ase insert the tang of a file or any .
ther convenient tool in the opening
.nd by rimming around and around
he circular cross-section can be re
tored. A pair of pliers judiciously
.sed may help in this operation. Then
rith the file smooth the face of the
creak square across. Take a piece
,f wire slightly larger than the in
erior of the tube and file it to a tight
.t. Heat the broken end of the tube
o as to expand it slightly. It need
.ot be heated so much as to destroy
he temper. A very moderate heat will
xpand it considerably. Warm one
ad of the prepared wire. Cover it
ith a bit of solder and while the lat
er is still soft push the wire down
ato the tube for half its length. Re
eat with the other side of the break. ]
t drop of the solder run around where I
he two ends of the break come to
ether will make all smooth and com- e
Mete the repairs.-Outer's Book.
From the Top of a Hill.
Never shall I forget the panorama u
iat spread before us! The four thin
mnks of the second company seemed
Sstagger drunkenly through a sea
f green fire and smoke. One moment
aps showed in the lines, only to be
losed again as the rear files spurtedl.
Indoutedly they ran at top speed,
ut to us watchers they seemed to ]
rawl, and at tiraes almost to stop.
ixed in with the dark green of the
'ass covering the valley were rows L
f lighter color, telling of the men who 1
cli in that mad sprint. The contin- y
os bombardment sounded like a
iant drum beating an incredibly swift
ata-plan. Along the whole length of
ur hill this curtain of shells w'as
ropping, leveling the forest, and
eemingly beating off the very face of'
he hill itself, clear down to the bot-e
am of the valley. Owving to the prox
nity of our troops to the e'nemy's bat-1
ries, we received hardly any support
ro our owna big guns, and the role
f the combatants was entirely re- Lr
ersedl. The Germans had their in
ings then, and full wecll they w"orked.
-E Morlae, in the .Atlantic.
Never has Paris seen so many swal-j
ws as have appeared since the war
egan. Everywhere one sees them
mong trees on the boulevards, In the
ublic gardens, flying about the gar
:oyles of Notre Dame. It is strange
o see these birds, whom one associ-]
tes with fields and the plain country, c
arting in and out among the traffic
f a city's streets; they do not seem
o belong, as an American said to me.
'hey are refugees of the air, chased I
rom their ancient haunts by the roar
af cannon and the noise of battle inr
selgiumn and the north of France.
Then the cry of the northern spring '
rought them back from their pilgrim- :
.ge in sunny lands, it was to find
heir old nests destroyed, their 01(1
andmark-s lost, and in the air a hor- A
id clamor of terrifying sounds. So
hey emigrated en masse. and many
housands of them have found a new
tome in green Paris of the trees.
Substitute for TinfoiL,
One of the Breslau (Germany) tin
oil factories has succeeded in provid
ag a substitute for that commodity by
roducing zincfoil, according to am re
>ort rendered the department of comn
eree by Consul H-arry G. Seitzeir. who
at Breslau. The new pr'oduct. lie]
ays, caz'not be distinguished fr m tin
oil, and is supposed to r''nder the
nae service.-New Y~or'k Ti'::e.
Prives Out Malaria, Builds Up System
he Old Standard general strengthening tonic,
ROVE's TASTELxSs chinl TONiC, drives out
[alaiaenriches the blood.ar4d builds up the sys
rm. A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c.!
For Indigestion, Sick
The more orne knowsu -ibout the" h'w
f health, the more attention le o sh'e
>ays to the keeping of the S omach u:d
owls in good workin'g' conditiaon. O'a
he v'ery ignorn s-o...t ' d""
hat result fromsurs :w
clogged up conct Vak
oisonousvwasa materin the
Biliousness, sic her
utomach, gas, bloatin', co"'n -
lyspepsia-all theseC distre:s
;uences of indigestioa are avon
he bowels are kept open1 an d re u.
Mr. E. .T. fudson, rchan'g, C""
aig movement (fte oa
vithout the slightest inovnec or
sekening. I believe1 Foley C.tau
Tablts 'the bcst on earth. It's a
fect cathartic. w'ith' no bad 'ffets.t'
Foev- Cathartic Tablet 'r"~ 'oid~
druggists everywhere. Ii e:Lte"
Foley & Co., Chicago. :ta:r
celebrated Foley's Honey and Tar Coin
pound, for coughs andi colds-.
nicksn's Drugt Store.
RTo Lydia E. Pinkham Medi
Women who a '.li t ,A
the letters which th ig.::ia ' 'ink
Medicine Co. are continu::iy.
genuine?", -Arc th;y t. -ni
" Why do v.omen write si:c . t
In answer we say that never ha .v:
published a fictitious letter _r name
Never, knowingly, have we publshe
an untruthful letter, or one without th
Euil and written consent of the wona
who wrote it.
The reason that thousands of v:om'
Erom all parts of the country rite sue
gateful letters to th.. L'i .
lam Medicine Co. is 1ia:t Lyda i Pi.'
cam's Vegetable Compound has r .
nealth and happiness into tir E?
nce burdened with pain and un' -
It has relie.ed women a :
.he worst forms of fc male ills i'..1 dt:
dac.ments, in lammat:n, er.
;tomach troubles and from tt im b.
It is impossible for u~y . on w
s well and who
,as never suffered , i> \
:o realize how these
>oor, suffering wo- -
nen feel when re
tored to health; 4
:heir i.een desire to
1p other women -
ho are suffering as
he did. LY r l.
IIEEBY \NNOUNCE .YSFIL A CAN
-it fo r L o:irren' frto m the Fir t C n ::re
rat itc t rIar}'.
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SHRF'BY ANNOUN E iY CANEC.
.Zr re nomiCnat:on b 1'1 t'oeratic ?part
Reres tat Live in: C ::::r. fr.om the Fr.
'.. t, p d in:: .y"e:f to c m:!p y with th,
of ..he party.
-: i.1: S Cl\E HEI:EUY; .\NNOUNCE' MYSFLF' A CAN
.date for re-e~eetion .o the IIou".e of, Rt-pr..
rtau e from Cla re~ndon Ccru:.te. :1:t paet:
v?:a i-ie h:: Ih--ru::, ofihe Democrt :
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d i t... to for County1.1 S up e ' r orunut -e uo
u 'ii iu- j .. -et to th 'plru t *:: . e-n v:d.444
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N 'u 14IEN'4. T-pTruwll IC' TOIP
'Ui.JiElT TO Tltitl.'C.ES (3OVImNIN(
Sa ] disca~ Ithe duvties f Coroner .p
.enreen te it an ner kn an iS thir:
'..;,:ehinI~ adetted to aduseco tem n
r'eele 1 shoa:1s nw or thein wino the peopde
1.inz t you need Quin.ine u Coranyt pu
ose term for askourco origna nnaendore
ar::e PEh-IIuties bow in~ otate2 cent
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Counly of Clarendon.
. <i ( t; i (cilel ' ii i O tl. \s
.\i 11 Ul-t ell I )fendant
nter andl( by virtne of : , u' Arem
Order of the Coiurt e~f OCmmnin I'leas,
in ti,' :& - . :f -1 :;,!iln t0 In--' di
iw i *: *1IpuhlL* :ie tioin, to
thehiebeit ldr r cash!4, aL the
o . ('Ut1 a. 1n inL.:i t:iI County
wi:hii tie l.:ca! h e I" for julie.a1 sales.
iniM ndar" the" 4ih "'y of Sept., 19)1;,
the Iolo g dese: . - tea! estate:
Al! those two lots Of lanil in Mau
ning. Cl.trendot Coun}v. Suuth C a'ro
ina. kowin as the .eDonald Lots,
sa in g Kr bounded on the North by
lot ..id -o behcng :o Charlie Mack.
Ea.: by r eteee at of Willie Walker,
South by the h;nning and Fulton Pub
lie I oad, and E t by lot of the Color
E . G raded Seoi.
t-:"1- " to p~ay flrp pes
-ietrif Clt eieu County.
The State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon.
u 'l'T Oi' COMMON PLEAS.
(harlton Dullant. Plaintil'
Joseph R. Sprctt, )eferdart.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
.udgment ( Order of the Court of Com
mon Ploas, in the above stated action,
to me d-irected, hearing date of Aug.
5th. 191G. I will Fell at public auction,
to the highest hidir, for cash, at. Clar
endton (Court Iouse, at .\ianningr. in
.aid county, within the lecal hours for
judicial sales, on Monday, tie 4th
day of Sept. 191. t bc foEliwieg de
.cribed reia etate:
All that niece, parcel or tract of and
lyin, bLeing and situate in the County
o CLa endon, in the State aforesaid,
c.tainingl' live acres, more or less
bound-d North by ptibiic road leading
ir Lu MailnninL to Kin:.rtree. Ea;, by
lands .o-eph I t. Sirot. South hy iands
of .l0-ph it. Sprott and We,: by lands
\f Mrb. h. A. Walker.
Purch a e r to pay for papers.
I:E. B. GAMBLE.
SherifT of larendon County.
JOHN- G. DINKINS.,
\TTORNEY AT LAW.
SiManning, S. C.
. (Ofce in Oid Court House.
. H. LESESNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
-...N INC. S. C.
0. EDWARDS H. 1.. P2RRiiT
1)W ARDS & PERRIITT,
L CIVIL ENGNEERS
( )iice Over Lank of Manning.
MANNING S C.
'... t.\ It. J. V. WIDIMAN
A. \l& WVID~lNAN,
.T.NExys AT LAW,
DuRANT & ELLERB3E.
3TORNEYS AT LAW,
.\A NNING. S. C.
it, er~. !L. *Ll.Iim o Liy AN
t'RlDY & (O'BRYAN.
A::erneys ounselors at aw
G. T. Floyd,
ISURVEYOR and CIVIL ENGINEER
Ou b'ir t-Class Real Estate
Vurd & O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT L:\ W,
Manning S. C
R1j1l. .1. A COI. E.
. pl-airs ove Weinrx.:'s Corner Store
M ANNING. :-. C.
Good Looks are Easy
Look as good as your city cousins. No
matter ir you do Tan or Freckle .Magnolia
Balm will surely clear your skin mntantly.
Heals Sunburn, too. Just put a littlec on
your face and rub it off again before dry.
Simple and sure to please. Try a bottlc
to-day adbegin the improvement at
once. White. Pink and Rose-Red Colors.
75 cents at Druggists or by mail dired.
LYON MFG. CO.. 40 So. 5th St., Brooklyn. N.Y.
- TH BESTI FERTILIZER
to use'this yearsis 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.
MANNING OIL MILL
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 Pins, 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
in stock, and ask your inspection. Get our
prices before~you buy. ' Everything guaran
Highest prices paid for
COTTOlN SEED !
SD. M. Bradham & Son
Seashore Round Trip
Fares From Man niiix.
8.9~................ ....To WrightsviIl' ec
8....... ... ............ .........To I.. of Pahn:s
3..... .......... .......... .... ToSuliv:mns Island.
7........... ...... ... ..........To yrvtle Beach.
$14.45 ............. .. .......T Norfolk, Via Sumter
Tickets on sale' fremn May 15 to Octobe'r 15, inclusive,
limited returning until October :l1. Liberal stop-over
Week-End Excursion Farcs.
S2.75 .. . . .. .. .... .. .:To Isle of Palms.
$2.75 .. .................... .. ... Sullivan's Island
Tfickets on sai fo al tra*ins on eaeb Saturdcay and
tor forenoon trains on eaebi Sunday fromn May .!7 to Sept
10, inclusive. li mi td r.-tu rnin z > reac or~in al starting
point prior to midn::rbt of Tu esdayne~ f :~ ollowinug date'
Sunday Excursion~ Fares.
I1 ir.. .. .. .'--- ~ ---- T harl .
IAtlan tic Coast Line,
IThe Standard Railroadu of the South.
- e 1
It is the ambition of the officers of THlE
FARMERS MUTUAL PROTECTION
ASSOCIATION of Sumter, Claren
don and Lee Counties. S. C.,
to make the organization
invaluable to properiy
owners, tt sell FIRE INSURANCE at the
lowest possible icost. to save money
for its members and to become
the most dominant factor in
the commercial life of our
HAVE YOU JOINED IT YET?
There is a director in your Township.
Sumter Trust Co.
Sumter, South Carolina.
FOR THE NEW CROP OF WHEAT OUR EX
CHANGE IS AS FOLLOWS:
For one bushel of clean wheat that will grada 60 lbs. to
the bushel, we give 35 lbs. high flour and 12 lbs. of bran.
Those who want low grade flour or shorts with 'their
exchange, we allow-1 a tore for each pound of high grade
flour, or an exchange as follows in any proportion:
30 lbs. high grade flour, 7 1 : lbs. low grade, and 12 1-2
lbs. bran. Where all low grade is taken we allow i 1-2 lbs
and 1 1-2 l bs bran.
CLARENDON ROLLER FLOUR MILLS.
A MODERN~ TONIC..
It is recommended to Improve the Atp
petite. give tone to the stomach, build up
*that run down condition and promote
srngith. Order a bottle today.
Dickson's Drug Store
The Bailey-Lebby Co
Machinery. Mill and Plumbing Supplies.
Automobile Supplies and Accessories.
- Ti res and Tubes-. Oils and Grease.
e ImrO D~
byS strn a B "Mi
n ; . yu o e ourelfa t k accunt -
tae u yeby pwrt stti an acon nfriyf
,i f w r. .&dls wge wan tohelp worithy young 3nen to s~cce~ed
The Bank of Manning.