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Home Proof, Here and Everywhere.
When you S(e l)in's Kidney fils
recommended in t hi pa per ; ou most
always find the eemmneud.'r .t .hin
ning resident". It': the .m r
-shere-n 3.800 towns in the U. S.
Fosty thonsand people publilty thank
Doan's. What other kid ue/ remedy
can give this proof of merit. honesty
and truth' Home testimony must be
true or it could not be published here.
Read this Manning recommendation
Then insist on having Doan's. You
will know what you are getting:
Mrs. J. E. Reardon, W. Boundary
St., Manning. says: '"I was in bad
shape with rheumatic pains and my
joints were so stiff and swollen that I
could hardly walk or do any work. My\
kidneys acted irregularly and I has
dizzy spells and headaches. The kid
ney secretions were unnatural an'l an
noyed me considerably. I used Doan'
Kidney Pills, procured at the Dickson
Drug Co., and they relieved the rheu
matic pains and benefited me in every
way. I Keep them on hand all the
time and they do me worlds of good."
Price 50c at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mrs. Reardon had. Foster-Milburn
Co . Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
STARTS IN MENTAL STATE
Success Begins in Large Measure In
Making Yourself Believe
To attain success you must saturate
your mind with the thought of suc
cess. You must feel sucess. You
must act as much like a success as
possible. Affirm that the spirit is go
ing to lead you to work that you can
do and do satisfactorily.
Did you ever hear the head of a
sales department lecture his men?
That is the essence of his talk. Make
yourself believe it first and then the
other fellow. One sales manager, get
ting discouraged reports from one of
his men on the road, sent another man
to vitalize him anew with enthusiasm.
He found the discouraged one "in the
dumps." He took him to a good show,
bought him a good dinner, shot a
game of pool with him, joshed and
jollied him, told him he was all right,
got his clothes pressed, gave him a
slap on the back and after a day or
two started him off on his trip again
and he began to send in orders.
The fellow had simply lost his punch
for the time. Instead of firing him the
sales manager took the better course
of restoring his punch and thereby
saved one of his best men.
There Is a lot in the way you feel.
If you go out with assurance people
stand aside for you. It's in your own
mental attitude, William E. Towne in
the Nautilus Magazine tells of a
teacher of will power development in
Paris who was consulted by a young
woman who complained that she was
always being jostled in crowds and
treated rudely by the clerks in the
shops. The instructor explained to her
that she had surrounded herself with
an aura of "self-depreciation and mor
bid sensitiveness," which fairly "in
vited" people to impose upon her. Her
mental atmosphere was so negative
that it attracted more positive natures
to push her aside. She was instructed
how to keep and maintain a positive
attitude of self-assertion and self-re
spect. For a time she was even to
cultivate an aggravating form of self
assertion in order to more quickly off
set her negative habits of thought con
cerning herself and her relation to
other people. The result was that
within a very short time she was
treated with the greatest respect and
consideration wherever she went and
even in crowds she was shown far
more than the ordinary degree of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
This is a medicine that every family
should be provided with, Colic and
diarrhoe often come on suddenly and it
s of the &reate'st implortance that thbey
be treated promp:ly. Consider the suf
fering that munst be- endured until a
physician arrives or medicine can be
obtained Chamberlain's Colic. Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy has a repu
tation second to none for the quich re
lief which it atfords. Obtainable ev
ery where-Ad v.
Where Reading Is Scarce.
Corners of the world still produce
men who live in ignorance of its
current literature. It was a French
man on Aldabra island, 400 miles east
of Zanzibar, who, the only white man,
welcomed the papers and magazines
from the British ship. He didn't know
Turkey was at war-and he nearly
wept at the presentation of tobacco,
not grown on that turtle island.
In prison or such an island as Alda
bra you must become an epicure-a
glutton-Of such print as available.
The Crusoe of Aldabra Island had not
the best hundred books. Two maga
zines of two and four years old. And
by that time he knew them by heart.
With such a prospect before one
~and the question of bulk a man
should certainly go for Shakespeare
and the Bible. And if a third choice
were allowed for three years' reading
it would be the dictionary of Walker
Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic,
GnOVE's TASTEL~S ch:11 ToNIc. drives out
Malaria.enrichesthe blod.ar3 buildsup the sys
tem. A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c.
Of The Successful Busi
is a g~oo.2 n to f.)low: vou can't igo
far wroog if you walk in his frootstets.
N- man of amti:s today is witho~ut a
commercial bank account: no business.
h- wever smnal, ran afford to be without
on -. If von have no: ant aczount, get mn
lin.a for success by opeingi oae with
IRomi Bank anid Trunst Co
QUAINT OLD HOUSE AT FOR)HA
OFTEN VISITED BY i-?ET.
Structure is to Be Preserved, It
Hoped, for Many Years, Within the
Grounds of a Home for
Situated now within the grounds
the Home for Incurables. in Fordhan
is a house of numerous gables that we
often visited by Edgar Allan Poe whil
he resided in the little cottage in the
part of the city, that has been saved s
a memorial to him. The house. sad
the New York Sun, was occupied b
Justice of the Peace Jacob Lorillar<
a relative of the old New York famil
of the name that had snuff mills on th
Bronx river. He was a justice of th
peace in Fordham in Poe's day. Tb
author was occasionally entertained i
At a house party given in the hous
of many gables one winter's night Pc
was a guest, and shortly before th
gathering dispersed the author of "Th
Raven" was asked to recite the poen
which was then being widely discusse
after its recent publication, for th
first time, in the New York Evenin
Mirror. Poe had worked on that new.
paper under Nathaniel P. Willis.
The poet complied and read th
poem with an elocutionary effect tha
captivated all who heard it. Snow wa
lying deep on the ground, the moo
was shining brightly and the win
blew fitfully. Nature seemed to hav
staged the setting. After receivin
warm congratulations Poe bade every
body present good-night and wendei
his way to the little Dutch cottage o1
Kingsbridge road, about a mile distant
the same cottage that is now in Po<
The Lorillard house has another as
soclation with Poe, with an incident ii
his career that cut his sensitive natur<
to the quick. Here it was that he camp
to ask for a wvarrant of arrest for at
individual who, he learned, had stoler
his military evercoat, which he wore t<
shield him from the wintry elements.
This coat was a relic of his day:
spent as a cadet at the United State!
Military academy at West Point ; and
when he was dismissed for frequent in
fractions of discipline.. Poe had taker
the overcoat with him as he had s
right to do. It appears he had re
moved his coat while in a tavern ix
Fordham and laid it over a chair, witi
the result that some culprit stole it.
Poe, in high dudgeon, repaired to the
Lorillard house to see the judge and
discuss the matter with him, with the
result that he obtained a warrant. He
finally recovered the overcoat, a piece
of wearing apparel to which he was
greatly attached by the fact that it
had often accompanied him to Benny
Hlaven's Rest, amid the Highlands of
the Hudson, at hours when he was sup
posed to be oblivious to all nocturnal
pastimes and asleep in his room in the
Women Compete in Farmwork.
The war has driven patriotic Eng
lish women to take up farmwork so as
to relieve men needed at the front.
Nearly four thousand persons watched
a hundred women and girls in a farm
work "field day" competition on Sir
Thomas Acland's estate at Killerton,
The events included plowing, roll
ing, harrowing, milking. sheep shear
ing and harnessing and driving horse.
A fifteen-year-old girl, Miss Smith,
of Woodbury, Salterton, who has twvo
brothers at the front, won chief hon
ors. She took first prize for harness
ing and driving a farm horse, first for
spreading manure and second for
The spectators were especially
struck by the way in which the wom
an shearers tackled the long-wooled
Devon sheep, some of which were
heavier than the competitors. The
judges said the w.omen in this line
were superior to many male farm
Writing With Pen in Teeth.
One of the newest inventions for the
benefit of the man who has been de
prived of his arms is a pen which can
be comfortably held between the
teeth. It is the invention of an Ameri
can dentist. It includes a mouthpiece
molded to fit the lower teeth. The
upper teeth rest on this and hold the
pen in a fixed position. This leaves
the muscles of the lips free. The pen
has three joints, giving it fiexibility.
The pen point can be taken off and a
pencil substituted at the will of the
user. The inventor believes that the
flexible handle and the mouthpiece
holding it firmly by the teeth will be
adatable to other small tools, includ
ing paint brushes and small chisels for
fine wood carving.
Settling Chinese Labor Disputes.
Chinese chambers of commerce,
though of recent development, play an
important part in the affairs of their
cities, and especially interesting is the
manner in which labor disputes are
settled by them. Reputable merchants
settle their difficulties in their guilds,
and when the guilds cannot settle
them, that is, when they extend be
yond the scope of a certain guild,
chambers of commerce are now ap
pealed to and a committee is chosen
from the chamber or by the chamber's
executive committee to adjudicate the
disputed matter. After a dispute is
settled by the arbitration committee,
the parties meet at a festal board, the
one awarded the decision paying the
expenses of the feast.
Are You ILocking Old.
Old age comes quick enouh withoul
inviting it. Some look old at forty
That is because they neglect, the livet
ana bowels. K(eep your bowels regu
lar and your liver healthy and you wil
not feel' younger but look younger.
Ther. ti-oub!ett with constination o1
biliousness take Chamnberlain's Tab:et:
Tby are intended esp;ecially for thest
ailments and are excellent. Easy n
take and most agreeable in efTee'- Oo
taable every" w ere-Ad.
Is to bc dreaded. It leads to serious
eilments. Fe.ver. Indigestion. Piles.
Siek Headeche. Poisoned System and
e score of other troubles folw
SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK
S O ALCOH OL 3 P:E .
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t ! tingtheStomachsend 1S0 sr
Promotes Digestion cheerrui
n ess and~st.Containsnltehr
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NOT NAR coTIc.
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e ~ Aperfect Remedy for cons ia
tion, Sour Stoluacil,Diarrhoch
t FacSin&te Signature of
Exact Copy of :p.
'PRENTICE BARBER HAS HOPE
Lad From the Country Whom Shop's
Patrons Fear to
Perhaps he is 25 years old-he looks
to be about 16. From seven in
the morning until nine in the evening,
barring time off for meals, he stands
at the extreme end of a line of white
coated men, usually honing a razor
or gazing off vacantly into space. The.
oretically, he is a barber. Practi
cally, says a writer in the Indianapo
lis New, he has not yet achieved that
position In life. Daily patrons have
never seen him wielding a razor on
anything but his strop or hone. Every
day hundreds of customers visit the
shop. Business men, clerks, street
car conductors, wagon drivers and
others enter the barber shop doors
during the day's course, but their ac
tions are substantially alike. After
taking off coats and hats they gaze
up and down the line of waiting bar
bers, select the one nearest or pick
out an old favorite without so much
as a glance at the youth on the end.
But if, unfortunately, all the other bar
bers are busy, the youthful wielder of
the razor is more closely inspected.
Usually the prospective patron eyes
him steadfastly for a moment and then
sadly, slowly and solemnly, but finally,
shakes his head and sits down in a
far chair to wait until another barber
is unoccupied. It may be cowardice,
it may be only wise caution. But all
seem to be affected alike with a dis
trust of the mild and rather wistful
faced boy with a razor poised in his
hand and a hopeful expression on his
countenance. His fingers may be
deft, his touch light and sure and
his professional skill above criticism
in every respect, but nobody seems
willing to test his expertness. The
potentialities Qf a razor, those great,
red hands and that mild, absent-mind
ed face and look of youthful trustful
ness are too great. Meanwhile the
light sems to die out of the young
barber's eyes and they become sad
der with each appraisal In which he
is judged and found wanting. Nobody
knows with what fond dreams he
left a little country town not long
ago, after a lesson or two, perhaps,
in the village barber shop, and came
to the city to earn an honest living
and become some day-oh, doubtful
hope-a head barber! In him there
may be the making of a great bar
ber; perhaps already he has attained
a rare degree of excellence. If so his
praises remain unknown and unsung.
In sight of that tranquil face and those
awkward hands in such close proxim
ity to a dangerous-looking razor men
lose their hardihood.
Forget Your Aches.
Sta knee-, tai ng ' i hw.eck
make life' a burden. li .on auti'r from
rhetu ;atism. grut, h:mU:mO .cnuralia .
et ai b tIle' of Sh an's Liaeiment, the
univ- ra.ci remedy for* ;;ain. E' isy Ii ap
zilv. 1 i; penettes withouit rubbing. and
-aothes t he te nder lesh . Cieauer' and
more elle ctive thani i:: y 00rr o
polt e:(&n'. lor' 'ti 0in (or .})ra!Ins. sore
mu-eC; e, or wr' eche'd li :;m"t- result
ini2 fi'rm strenuous0- e.ri t'e. Nean'
Linimi'i: gie quick r.1-f. h.-!> it
dr u '-i.t. 2~> . A dr.
iNotice of Discharge.
fo tt' n,,Ld.In Counon 1~ t nd da
Ithe stnte of Th'omas~ 1'. l: oughiton.
P, 11. Broughton.
Piuewood, Aiiog 3, 1916.
From- Weak~ and Larne
%6 Weil and Strong
Try tem.- Foley' id ney Pills WI!
de~ 'i-~ einer meni and woz.en-qik
Iy--v hat they- have done for::.
Lty-rI g.ot almos~t down with
r *e I ri. Foeydne:
ft - fe ad:; the aw il
try. t ati n':m regular and
.back than I've
1 -~:r.u a since get
t tar1 wel andhad
so - useFole-y Ki.dney
pp n. ia improvemnent
Dickson s Drug' Store.
The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head
Because of its tonic and laxative effect. LAXA
TrIVE BROMO QUININE is better than ordiniary
Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
ringing in head. Remember the full name and
look for the sienature of -s WE GROVE. 25c.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
THt CENTAUR CJIMPANY. NEW YR IY
K. O. reno s. oLIVK O BRYAN
PURDY & O'BRYAN,
Attorneys ounselors at Law,
- MANNING. S C.
G. T. Floyd,
SURVEYOR and CIVIL ENGINEER
Office over Hirschmann's Store.
On First-Ciass Real Estate
Purdy & O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LA W,
Man ning S. 0
DR. J. A. COLE.
Upstairs over Weinberg's Coruer Store
MANNING, S. C. .
Phone No 77
2. 0. EDWARDS H. M. PERRITT~
E DWARDS & PERRITT,
L CIVIL ENGINEERS
Omeke Over Bank of Manning.
MANNING S 0.
V.C. DA VIS. J. W. WIDEMAN
D\V1S & WIDEMAN,
CATTORNEYS AT LAW,
MANNING. S. C.
D uRANT & ELLERBE.
ATTORNEYS AT LAw,
M~ANNING. S. C.
OHN G. DINKINS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Manning, S. C.
)flee in Old Court House.
. H. LESESNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING. S. C.
low To Give Quinine To Children.
EBRLINE iste trade-:nnrk nme given to an
ut tovae auni de. ntot disturb the stoach.
h~ildren take it and never know it is Quinine.
d!so especially adapted to adults who cannot
.: e nervouness nr ringinginth nauead.T
te next time you tneed Quinine for any p1:r
s.Ask for 2-ounce origintal packare. ~'The
~ace FEBiRILINE is blcwn in bottle. 25 cents.
Good Looks are Easy
Look as good as your city cousins. No
matter if you do Tan or Freckle Magnolia
Balm will surely clear your skin instantly.
Heals Sunburn, too. Just put n little on
your. face arnd rub it off again before dry.
Simple and sure to please. Try a bottle
once White, Pink and Rose-Red Colors
75 cents at Druggists or by mail diredt.
.YON MFC. CO.. 40 So. 5th St., Brooklyn. N.Y.
l-ET HERHORN SON
THE BEST FERTILIZER
to uselthis 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.
11116IN OIL HILL
Manning, S. C.
3There'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 Pins,
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 beforeyou buy. -. Everything guaran
Highest prices paid for
D. M. Bradham & Son
Seashore Round Trip
Pares Prom Mlan ning.
$7.80........... ....To Wrightsville Beach
$3.85 .............................'o Ism oif Palms
$3.85........ .... ............... To Sullivans Island.
7.60....... ...... ...............To Myrtle Beach.
S14.453......................To Norfolk, Vi.1 Sute
Tickets on sale frem May 13 to October 15, inclusive,
limited returning until October 31. Liberal stop-over
Week-End Excursion Fares.
2........................'o Isle of Palms.
$2.75........ .............. .. ....Sullivan's Island
Tickets on sale for all trains on each Saturday and
or forenoon trains on each Sunday from May 27 to Sept
10, inclusive, limited returning to reach original starting
point prior to midnmght of Truesday next followving date
Sunday Excursion Fares.
$1.30.......................... . -...To Charleston.
Tickers on forenoon trajins on each Sunday frm
June 11. to September 11. iniclusiva, limited returning on
train No. 178 scheduled to Jeave Charleston 8:23 p. m.
The dates of sale, schedule anid further particulars cheer
fully furnished upon application to
Atlantic Coast Line,
The Standard Railroad of the South.
You have always wanted lower Ta
You and your neighbors have cied a
for cheaper insuranee.
You cannot act with a wonderful dth rse4
business judgment and at the saie
build up a HOME INDUSTRY thet r-,
safely, fairly and get results if you
will but lend your co operation.
Before you renew your Fire! -
Policies get in touch with our r
tative and talk it over.
A Honre Association.
Managed by conservative hu
Can be successful and save i
Members, if the owners of F I B
Will carefully investigate
THE FARMERS' MUTUAL PRT
of Sumter, Clarendon and I e
Sumter, South CaeatY
There is a Director in your to
FOR THE NEW CROP OF W
CHANGE IS AS FOLLOI S k
For one bus'al of clean wheat that
the bushel, we give 35 lbs. high flour and 12 +
Those who want low grade flour or s66^
exchange, we allow 1 3 more for each pom
flour, or an exchange as follows in any pr
30 lbs. high grade flour, 7 1,2 lbs. lowg,
lbs. bran. Where all low grade is taken wallo -2
andl1 12 lbs bran.
CLARENBON ROLLER FLOU0I1S~
A MODERN TO
It is recommended to Improve tje
petite. give tone to the stemach
that run down condition and
strength. Order a bottle today."
Dickson's Drtug S
The Bailey-Lebby Cei
Machinery. Mill amd Plumbing S
Automobile Supplies and Acce_
6. &J. VEED
Tires and Tubes. Oils and
CHA R LESTON. S. C.
"Tirme teII w hot~
N youi did yesr4
. by strtnga
If, for no other reason than the unforeseen demd
: uman life, you owe yourself a Bank accout.
Il's a duty, because you haven't the power tl~~
2utre but you have power to start a Bank account anudi
~future. Besides we want to.hl otyyon eit