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iffE TOO ILL
IN BED MOST OF TiME
Her Health Restored by Lye:
E. Pinkham's Vegetab o
Indianapolis, Indiana. - " M health
was so poor and my c: _rtitutic-n' so run
d-C:::1 that I cou.
not work. I was
thin, pale and wcak,
pounds and :as i:
bed most of the
tite. 1 a..
ing Lydi .Fik
' ham's tble
Ccmponu.. 1. - e
months later i
R eighed 133cd.
I do all th:
work and w : :rele:. 1 s
truthfully s^ . Pin g- s eg
etable Compo -n. as been a godsend
to me for ? wo-': -:.e beenin m grave
today but for it. I would tell all :c
men :uffering a- _-s t try -;our vau
able remedy. -'- WZ. i uR -
S. Addison Street. Ediar..India.
There i:hardly a meighboracod in thi
country, wherein scene wcrarn has r'
found health by using this good oia
fashioned root and herb remedy.
If there is anything about which yo
would like special advice, write to tt
Lydia E. Pinkbam Medicine c., :
Notice is hereby given that all per
son; htving claims against the estate
of W. L McFaddin deceased, will
present thesame. duly attest.d, to the
undersigned for allowance, and all per
sons indeht-d to sa-d es-.ate ar request
ed to settle the same.
James V. Burgess,
Administrator Estate of W. L. Mc
King-tree, S. C., R F D ,No. 2.
STATE OF SOUTH OAROLINAI
County of Clarendon.
By James M. Windham, Esq., Probate
W BEREAS. Margaret C. Britton rade
suit to me to grant him Letters of
Administration of the Estate and effects
of N. W. Britton.
These are thefore, to cite and admon
ish all and singular the Kindred and
Creditors of the said N. W. Britton de
cean d, that they be and appear before
n". in the Court of Probate, to be held
at. Mannio on the 23rd day of Oct.
next, after vublication bereof, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause,
if any they have, why the said Admic
istration should not be granted.
Given under my hand this ;:h da
of October Anno Domini 1916.
J. M. WINDHAM,
SEAL Judge of Probate.
Ntice to the Public.
The iiroad Commission of South
Carohina -set Tuesday, November
-28th, 1916, fo bearing to be held at
Manning, S C., response to a peti
tion 'from the C i .don Telephone
Company for increjs rates ot fifty
cents per month u ' a.e h telephone
and for toll charge~ for ser -e to adja
G. McD. Ham n,
An ordinance to providie for the assess
ment and collection of Taxes in the
Town of Manning, and for the assess
ment and collec'~ion of a per Capita
dog Tax and for tbe assment arnd co!
lection of a per C'apita Tax in lieu of
working the Street of the said Town.
for thbe tiscal year commencing the
second Monday in A pril 1917]
Be it Ordained by the M\ayor and Al
derman of the Town of Mianning, in
Council assembled and by Authority of
Sec. 1 That a Trax of te'n (10) mills
on every dollar of the assessed value of
ali real and personal pr-oerty iying or
being within the corporate limits of the
~own of Manning including lands and
st -cks of Banks and Corporations, ex
cept such property as is exempt by
law;from taxation, be'and the same is
levied, for the fiscalyear commencing
the second Monday in April 1916. and
ending sthe second Monday in Anri
Sec 2. -. That,a commutation Tax of
of Two Dollars per Capita on all per
sons liable to w&ork on~ the streets of
the said Tow'u for theidscai year above
-mentioned, id !ieu of working on said
street,. be add the same is hereby lev
icd which,.tid cmmutation2 Tax shall
become dpe and \ayable when other
Taxes are payableall able bo'died male
persons.betweeni the ages of eightet-n
aod fifn years, not therwvise exemp:
are' liable to the said a~x. anid all per
sons5 who shall be living within the cor
~rate limits of the sakl Town, sixty
days prior to the collecti n of said T .x
shall become liable to sai T'ax, until
the said person or persoO' can show
satisfatory evidence of bhvingz per
formed road duty. or duty \upon the
streets of same Town or Citz >r pro.
duce a receipt for the payment of a
commutation tax in lieu thereJt cover
ing the majority part of the ti5L 1 year
-lcluded in this ordinance.
Sec. 3. That a pern Capita tax of
fifty cents be levied on all dogs oA'voed
or kept within the innuS of the Nowo
Sec. 4. That all taxs5 lev ied utiaer
the provisiotisof this Orionance shail
be--.me due and payable to th C (ierk
of the Town of Manri'n-.oteeen Nov.
1-t and Dec. 1st 191't
Sec. 5. That if the saitd taixes are
not paid on or before the .30th day of
November 191G, a penalty of :.5 pr
cent shall be added uutii thie 15th day
of December 1916. after which last
mentioned date the collection of the
said taxes and penalties shall be en
forced by execution and sale.
R~atified in Couceil this 13th day of
A. C. Bradhamn,
T. M. Wells.
I will sell in small lots as desired by
purchasers, at public auction for cash,
in the store of WV. E. Lavender & Son.
at New Zion, S. C.. begtinnin: at 10
od ock A. M , Thursday. Nove- r 2,
,16, and continuing uutil .sold, al the
stock of dry goods, shoes. no:itons,
hairdware, grocerPies, canned goods,
tnware, etc., now in said store.
-j The purpose of this sale is to win-]
will be sold.
The best chance for bargain; this
.G. W Lavende.,
Sur ving iPartnej
Pot Shooting at ProfessCrs.
Professional Harvard awoke the oth
er morning to find itself in the lime
light, and many a professor who
dropped into peaceful slumbcr the
night before is scratching his head
nervously and asking what can be
done, remarks the Foston Traveler.
Two rather frisky Harvard under
graduates had taken it into their
heads to give the members of
the Harvard faculty a bad three or
four days, so Elmer Elsworth Hagler,
Jr., spent his leisure moments in a
month by drawing cverzealous like
nesses of some of the college's most
revered professors, and prefacing
each sketch with a bit of satire. Rob
ert C. Bacon, '16, who received his
degree. in midyear, published and copy
righted the book, which went on sale
to a rushing business.
Hagler has -been in the eye of the
Harvard college office before, for his
clean-cut editorials in the Crimson,
often of a radical nature, have made
him more or less a marked man, and
his drawings and writings in the
Lampoon have been a feature of three
seasons. Bacon has just retired as
business manager of the Lampoon.
"Harvard Inside Out" is the name
of the harbinger of disquietude that
has already created a furore at Har
vard, and everybody that is some
body at Harvard, save Prof. Adolphus
Terry, gets a jab from Hagler. The
foibles, eccentricities and vanities of
more than a score of Harvard pro
fessors have been hit off by the youth
ful writer, and the undergraduates and
public are having more than a quiet
laugh and awaiting results.
The earliest known record of the ex
istence of coal in Alabama was made
in 1834, but the first statement of pro
duction in the state is contained in the
United States census report for 1840,
in which the amount mined is given as
946 tons. The mines of Alabama were
probably worked to a considerable ex
tent during the Civil war, but there are
no specific records until 1870, for
which the United States census re
ports a production of 11,000 tons. The
development of the present great in
dustry really began in 1881 and 18S2,
when attention was directed to the
large iron deposits near the city of
Birmingham. In 1914, according to
the United States geological survey,
the production was 15,593,422 tons.
Ready to Prove It.
"I hear bad reports of you, my boy,"
said a fond father to his young hope
ful. "Your teacher tells me that you
won't learn anything at school."
"That isn't so, dad," replied the
younzs+'. "I've learned to count up
to a thousand. Now, just sit down and
)sten to me."
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stops the
Cough and Headache and works off the Cold.
Druggists refund money if it fails to cure.
E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 25c.
To destroy ants' nests near plants
or flowers stick some sulphur matches
into the ground, heads down. The
anh will leave and tL~b plants be not
at all injured.-McCall's Magazine.
Notice to Creditors
All persons having claims against
he estate of J. H. Garland. deceased,
ill file same with the undersigned.
rod all persons owing the estate will
lease make payment to the Adminis
,ator. H. H. Garland,
uRant & Ellerboe,
State of South Carolina
County of Clarendon.
By James M. Wlndh~am. E''. Pr'bate
Whereas, L->uis. N. I e' h a:L.z maLde
suit to me to zlraut him Letters of Ad
inistration of the Estate and1 e!Te'es
f Mdarv J. Ricihbourgz, dece':-d
These are the-refor'e' to ein: and :ii
nonish all and singular the' kiuad
nd Creditor" of 'h said Marv .1.
Richbourg, dec isf'd, that they be
nd appear before me, in t'.e ('ourt of
robate, to be held at Mainningr on the
"3rd day of Octiber next, afteri pub-.
icaion'hereof, a: 11 o'cock in the
oreoon, to show cause. if any they
aave, why the said Admiiok'rtion
hould not be gran:eu.
Given under my hand this 9th. day
f Ocober Anno Domini 19143
JA.\ES .\. \\INDH AM,
EAL) .1udg~e of P'robate.
For Best Results Ship
Long' Staple Cotton
WHALEY & RIVERS.
Charleston. S. C.
Orittmal promrot.?rs of Staple
Cotton in the Southeast.
Lax-Fs, A Mild, Effective Laxative & Liver Tonic
Does Not Gripe nor Disturb the Stomach.
In ac.dition to other properties, Lax-Fos
contains Cascara in acceptable form, a
stimulating Laxative and Tonic. Lax-Fos
acts effectively and does not gripe nor
disturb stomach. At the same time, it aids
digestion, arouses the liver and secretions
and restores the healthy functions. Soc.
Throwing the Lariat.
Each lisping male child of the
southwestern rarzh just as soon a.; he
fs able to toddle into the vicinity of a
decrepit duck or a ~iek kitten ctn
mencs practice in roping. From his
:rst efforts with his pice ol string h3
continucs through a graded series of
puppy dogs, lambs. calves. yearlingr.
and sc: on. till, by the time he has ar
rived at man's estate. he can at head'
long gallop twine the biggest. -.vildest
thing that wears hair, by neck. horns
or feet and hogtie it down without
help. In lieu of tl:e time-honored or
.hodox crook. the :rht'p h'-rier in the
:uut hwtst its I ftt of iitinncI rope,
;ith a ni- ous mdltjstmni.ilt handed
1o him in a Inatte'rofU course way. as
though he might be about to take a
prminent part i' a lynelhini drama
Gclf 13 Still G clf.
'T e fact ti.at -1t( forla ,f clubs has
changed with th? centuri-- does not
n i iw a ht(: . ' in the L-',me itseif.
Golf is sti l the game that \-as played
!n 1 5O . v.1hen c. read in : ?e Royal
Arccounts (f Eng.and that th' suu of
two pounds Iwo shillings eVs pai
"for the king to play at the gcf with
the Earl of iBothwel." Thlt ball' were
of leather. stuffed with feaherS. but
it was golf, just :.s it was the sime
game when some of us played v'th
gutta balls, before the 'lays of rubb(*r
cored balls and balls fired with high
explosives. For this re,..on the "Golf
Book of Hours" is prooabiy one of the
most interesting pieces of golf liter
pure in existence. Apart from the
beauty of its execution and its value
as a work of art, it has a pec'Iliar in
teret to the student of th. game
who: shaky legs, with a thr- -foot
putt "nor the hole and match" have
Aften l d him to wish l'.e might 1I:eel
and sen': the ball rolling to a sure : c
to use this year'is
parts of Acid Phc
This mixture will
cent. available Phi
monia, and nearly
per cent. Potash.
We are prepared i
above materials ai
Tankage. and wsS
I ~ Mannin,
2R For a Muddy Complexion.
Take Chatmber lain's Tabldet and
dept a d itt of vege abes adu eersis.
ake outdlcor' exercise daiily and your
mpOexi wO Vil be greatvy improved
bio a afew mouths. Try it. Obtain
be every where-A dr.
R.J. A COLE,
Jpstairs, over W\e lher s ('orner Store
MlA NN ING. S. C
Phone No '
. . EDWARDS H. IN. PERRIITT
DWARDS & PERRITT,
L ~ CIVIL ENGINEERS'
Oriee Over Bauk of Marnuiog.
31ANNING S C.
.t. DAVIS. J. WX. WIDIDIAN
DA vis& awiDi;MAN,
A TTUORNEYS AT LAw,
DRANT & ELLERB1E.
gAIT~O'NEYS AT Law.
MlA NNING. S. C.
OHN G. DINKINS.
AT'rottNEY AT L.
Olice in O)d Court H-Ituse.
ATTORSI NEY AT LAW,
1A NNI NG. S. C.
2h 2e .il lniment.L. That's
I it surest way tc siop them.
CGood for ~hIL AimeTas o|
Horses, Mules, Catsc, Etc.I
Qood for your own Ac!cs,
Pains, Rheumatismn, ~Srains,
tCuts, Burrns, Etc.
25c. 50c. $I. At all Dcozdrs.
Whenever Ycoe Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's T'asteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as :.
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic propertiesof QUININE
and IRON. It acts on th. iver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Bu.lds up the Whole satem. 50 cents.
I Now Well
is the best all-round medicine
I ever used," writes J. A.
Steelman, of Pattonville, Texas.
"I suffered terribly with liver
troubles, and could get no relief.
The doctors said I had con
sumption. I could not work at
all. Finally I tried
and to my surprise, I got better,
and am to-day as well as any
man." Thedford's Black
Draught is a general, cathartic,
vegetable liver medicine, that
has been regulating irregulari
!tis of the liver, stomach and
b awels, for over 70 years. Get
. package today. Insist on the
Originally From Siberia.
J ae rhubarb of our gardens is a
ative of Siberia and for more than
100 years after its introduction into
this cortry .as cultivated entirely
for the use of the roots in medicine.
a mixtude of equal
sphate and Cotton
analyse NINE per
sphoric Acid, and
I LF per cent. Am
if not quite ONE
:o furnish both the
id also Blood anid
g, S. C.
Of The Successful Busi
is a good one to followv: you can't go
far wrong if you walk in his 'footsteps.
No man of allirs today is without a
commercial bank accouct; no business.
however small, can aliord to be without
one. If von have not an account. get in
line forw succes hv opening one with
Jloie Bak and Tnist Co
. U. PURIDY. s. (OlavER O BRYAN
P UDTY & O'B3RYAN,
A ttorneys ounselors at Law.
MANNING. S C.
G. T. Floyd,
SURVEYOR and CIVIL ENGINEER
imiZLee overi Hiischmann's Store.
On F'irst-Class Real Estate
Purdy & O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Manning S. C
jFrc~ Wea and Lme
Try them Foley Kidney Pills will
nefr .ter' men and women-quick
l:---hat they have done for LMrz.
.as yea ~r, I got almost down with
:.back." writes Mrs. Ki T. Straynge
of Cainersville, Ga.., Ii. No. 3. "I suf
*r-1 - 7 'in!:.maton of the blad
enever T s-.opped doctoring
orse. I tried Foley Kidney
after t'lking them awhile
action becime regular and
- n ;- e.ac~iendisappeared. 1
- e i n~yback than I've
as nd nince get
- c.- wd and had
a useFoley KIdney
- e~I nimprovement
t oses, sho~wing
* t oni kidneys and
T irrgular urinary
-:k and sides,
-.... ...... a. d cching mus
er.~ T. ::' idneysi and blad
.ri ma, *.al.thy condition-, Try
WRITING-MACHINES REPAIR WORK
RODGERS OFFE SUPPLY CO.
57 Broad St. - - Charleston, S. C.
L. C. SMITH & BROS'. TYPEWRITERS.
Don't Worry About Your Clothes!
But send your last season's garments to us
and shave them Dry Cleaned,
Our method of DRY CLEANING will restore the
life of your garments, removing all spots, grease and
mildew, rendering them as impervious to soil as when
Garments dyed in any color. black for mourning or
the delicate tints for evdning wear.
A Trial Order Means A Customer
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
Hofwan French Gry Cleaning Co.
T. N. WILDMAN, Manager.
Phone 142. - Manning, S. C..
A Full Stock of.
in stock, and ask your inspection. Get our
prices before'you buy. -'Everything guaran
Highest prices paid for
D. M. Bradhiam&Son'
State Agricultural and Mechanical -Fair of
South Carolina at . -
Round Trip Fare From 4(P f
MANNING - .
Including Admission to the Fair..
The Atlantic Coast Line will sell tickets as above, aid
at corresponding excursion fares frem all other points in
South Carolina, for all trains from
October 21 to 27, Inclusive.
except for trains scheduled to arrive Columbia after 12.00
noon on October 27Th, limited returning until midnight of
Monday, October 30, 1916.* .
For further information, tickets, etc., apply to "
H. D. CLARK, Ticket Agent,
Manning, S. C.
There's a great variety of useful articles required
in the kitchen for co~king purp)ses, and we have
them all in sup' rior quality. Kettles. Tea and Coe
Pots, Broilers, Saucepans, Fry Pans, Cake Tins,
etc., we have in the most excellent mnakee. They are
of the finest block tin, and formed in a way that
makes them most durab e. Whether you need a
whole kitchen outtit or an odd thing, it is here.
Do, You Own J#
Farni r zrpe
You have always wante! lowe -Yat YA
You and your ncighbora have tried aladt
for cheaper insurance.
You cannot aet with a wonderful degre o
business judgment and at the sam'e time
build up a HOME INDUSTRY that conser
safely, fairly and get results if you .
will but lend your co operauibn.
Before you renew your Fire Insurace
Policies get in touch with our Repre
tative and talk it over.
A Home Association.
Managed by conservative businessm
Can be successful and save moo r",
Members, if the owners of Farm
Will carefully investigate
THE FARMERS' MUTUAL PRTC
ASSOCIATION - 1
of Sumter, Clarendon and Lee&Uoe frJ
Sumter, South Carolina
There is a Birector in your.to~
Owing to there being cons a5
aged wheat that will not make floL
for exchange, THE CLARENDO
FLOUR MILLS will grind each pe
the balance of the season, taking one
toH or its equivelent in cask.
A- MODERN TO
It is recommnended to Improve l~~~
petite. give tone to the stomach;ludij
that run down condition and poit
strength. Order a bottle today.
Dickson' SDru a
The Bailey-Lebby Co
Machinery, Mill and Plumbieg Supplies.
Automobile Supplies and Accessories.
8. & 3. VEEDOL
Tires and Tubes. Oils and Grease.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Time tells what
* ~ you did yesterdiay
by starting a Benk
If, for no other reason than the unforeseen'demands ieideit
o human life, you owe yourself a Bank accadL
Il's a duty. because you hav:.n't the. potrer to predi6