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Be Careful . When Get.
ting Over a Fever.
Manning People Have Learned The Value of
Doan's Kidney Pills in Convalescence.
Contagious disease is Lard on the (idl
Many a fever patient, after a slow rc
Falls victim to serious kidney ills.
Germs have loaded the blood with
The kidneys cant withstand the
Then watch for backache, dizziness,
* Use 'oan's Kidney Pills to set the
Manning.r people have found them re
llahie in many a form of kidney
iHere's a Manning wotnans statement:
M's. S. H Bullatrd, AManning, says:
"I consider Doan's Kidney Pills a val
uable kidney an- bladder medicine. A
younger one In my family had a spell
of tuphold fever that left her' kidneys
.veak. The kidney secre~ions psts ed
too frequently and caused consilerahle
annoyance. Sie also had frequent
headaches. I got Doan's Kidney i'ilis
at the Dickson )rug Co., and they re
lieved her of all symptons of the
Price 50c at all dealers. Don't simp
lv ask for a kidney remedy-get Doan's
Kidney Pills-the same that. Mrs Hul.
lard recommends. Foster-Milburn Co.
Props., Bffalo, N. Y.-Adv.
Notice is hereby given that all per
sons having claims againnt the estate
of W. L. NleFaddin deceased, will
present, the same, duly attested, to the
undersigned for allowance, and all per
sons in'ehted to said estate are request
ed to settle the same.
James V. I3nrgess,
Administrator Estate of W. L. Mc
K.ngstree, S. C., R F D , No. 2.
Her Son Subject to Cronpe.
"ly son Edwin is subject to croup,
writes Mi's. E. 0. Irwin. New Kensiug
ton, Pa. "I put in many sleepless hhuin-s
at night before f learned of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. Mothers need
not fear this disease if they keep a bot
tle of Chamberlain's Couigh Itemedy in
the house and use it as directed. it al
ways gave my boy relief." Obtainable
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Clarendon.
By James \I. Windham, Esq., Probate
W H EllEAS. Mar tgaret.C Britton made
suit to tme to gran t. lim Li tters of
Adminis-ration of the intate and effects
of 'N. W. Britton.
'These are thefore, to rile and admon
ish all and sii.gulh' the Kindred and
Creditors of t he said N. \V. utton de
ceast d. that. tiiy he itald apeat be fore
me. in the ('nD t. of I'robat, to b" he'ld
at. lanning on the 23rd day of Oct.
next, after uhlicittioin her-.f. at. 11
o'clotic in Ihe foreo)n. to show caseis,
if any they lave, why the sidh Aitmtntin.
is'tat ion shotd not he L ran ted.
Given und.-' yi hanl this 7th day
of October A'noi I)onittn I1l1.
J1. .\l \\'l Nlil A\.l
SI:.l Judge of P'robate.
Notice to the Public.
'The I bilroal ('omlmi;.ion of S4 atI
C:iroina has ,et 'l-tslav, Novemi t
!?S ht, 191%fi for at hear". n_ t' b. hublI at
Nlaniniinv. S C., in restonse' toi pot i
eet . townsi.
G. NIlD lbunslpton,
Notice to Creditors
thel , tne -ofii . I I G ii ,rh tu 'r ih-c ti'.
will tih- iam withi'eum tr i t.h
\nto rnot' .
State of South Carolina
County of Clarendon.
lHy .huniis \l. W\ lldham, liq., Przobacte
of Mar iy J1. I li-hhoirL, de'eais''t
These arie ii'thfereb'e' toi cito andI ad
aindi (in di tor,' ofi tithi sahil .\ carv .~
f'ehhmig. idicetasu'd, thiat tin'y lit
aindl xi'appea befori'e- mue, in t.u. I 'tourt, (of
23rd1 daii of <>etuhu' iiext,.aftr p bt.
I icatt1(ion tinto. at 11 o'c lock in lie
forenoon, to shoiw cause~(. tf attv they
have, whyi~ theii said Admintist rat ion
(Oivena unde' tnv hliid thisu 9t h, daiy
of Opjtobr Ann Domi itini l1q1i
SEA r,1 .h ol get of I 'robat.o.
For Best Results Ship
Long Staple Cotton
WHIALEY & RIVER~S,
Charleston. S. C.
Origimal pr'omnoters of Staple
S otton in the1( Sotheast.
Owinq to there being considerable dam
aged wheat that will not make flour suitable
for exchange, THE CLARENDON ROLLER
FLOUR MILLS will grind each person's wheat
the bAlance of the season, taking one-eight
toll or its equivelent in cash.
CLARENDON ROLLER FLOUR MILLS
A MODERN TONIC.
It is recommended to Improve the Ap
petite. give tone'jto the stomach, build up
that run down condition and promote
strenqth. Order a bottle today.
Dickson's Drug Store
A Full Stock of
in stock. and ask yot r inspection. Get our
prices before you buy. Everything guaran
Highest prices paid for
D. M. Brad ham &Son
THE BlEST FERILIZER
to useithiis year is a mix tudle of equal
parts of Acid Phiosphate and Cotton
This miixture: will analyse NINE per
cetnt. available Phosphoric Acid, anid .
THREE AND ONE-HALF per cent. Am
monia, and nearly if not quite ONE
per cent. Potash.
We are preparedl to furnish both the
above materials anrd also Blood and
Tankage. and we solicit inquiries.
MANNING OIL LILL
Manning, S. C.
Your les cuare In 6 to 14 Day Th Qut i oi T at oe Not eAffect ThA Had
The first nstl ration uivesae and Rest. -*e ook nfed.mebr the sugnatme onnd.ORVf.2c
FRENCH IN SOMME
HIT GERMAN LINE
SEVERAL IMPORTANT GAINS ARE
MADE BY VIOLENT
FRENICH TAKE 3 TEIENCHES
To the North Despite the Stormy
Weather the British Over a Front of
1,000 Yards, Capture Hills Near
London.-The French troops in the
Sommoje region of France and nnrth
west of VerdIun again have sIwaheil
the German ilines hard. North of the
Somme between Les ltoeufs and
Sailly-Saillisel to the east of t he lat
ter place and on the St. 'ierre-Vaast
wood sector important gains were
made in violent lighting which pro
ceeded throughout Sunday, accordIing
to the French official communicntion.
The attack on the St. Pierre-Vaast
wood, which was made from three
sides slmultaneously, netted the
French three trenches on the north
ern side and the entire German posi
tions on the southern outskirts of the
To the north, despite the stormy
weather, the British over a front of
a thousand yards, captured the hills
in the neighborhood of the Butte de
Keeping up their offensive In the
Verdun region the French have been
enabled to occupy the entire village
of Vaux and also the town of I)amn
loup, which is situated a mile to the
east of Fort Vaux.
Violent fighting continues to mark
the operations in the region south of
Gorizia. where the Italians are en
deavoring to break the Austrian lines
and advance on 'Priest. Pre>:h gains
have been made by King Victor ilm
manuel's men on the Carson plateon.
south of the Oppachiaselh.-Gasag
nievizza road and to the south of this
region they are alternately bombard
ing the Austrian positions at JaniIaiio
and throwing heavy infantry effee
tives against the town. The Vienna
War Office says all the attack(s at
Jamino t hus far have been broken
down in front of the Austrian line
the Italians suffering heavy casual
KOENIG PLANS HOMEWARRD
DASH BY SUBMARINE FRIDAY.
Stevedores Work Steadily Loading
Cargo of Crude Rubber and Nickel.
Noew di . oIt nn (111. - 'a:111t. Il'an
Koo!.i^, of the Gorll-n1.1 suhin):Irille m."r
("han1 man I 1entschlanl. iml:t?,1 th-it
h" won!d ma ke! hi; Phlmewatrd rla-h
PIriday - prot:a ly late in the1' after
3 eved (Ir worke: WO 'ta-lily a!l dlay
loading a (:r1o of 3rm!" ri1ber aml
itckIel; the lh)ttsc!land's crew wN1
('nt11'.' l ill o1v rhauling the elgin '
and i-e m'htalnics from a loc:al sii')
yardh pracl3tically coml3lete(d th-"e w tk if
tightening rive s on the chaft's how
5 KILLED, 410 WOUNDED IN
I. W. W. MOB BATTLE
Ilereatt. Wai .1312 ie pe3 o a! I
10vetr'tt ('iy wharf bet w. :o m .
hoers of' the loinstrial1 \\i:rkers of t
Worll. who came hier' from 8. it
03n 3the st(-amer \'erona anid a3 poo-'' o
llelrIae. Sheiff .\leitae, is alnolig the
seriously wo- dd
PARRAL IS ABANDONED
BY CARRANZA GArRRISoN
((omnmnd~l~ of G'etn. Luis Iterrlera:. 33'
(-(rdling Ito Pa3 Oangers ariving in
Juar1ez hby:11 ran from (Chih1nahnal City.
Notinilg coull~( be Ilrned. hl'wever-.
of the Antlericans1 there, they said1.
STEAMERS COLLIDE iN
S'TORM; 92 LIVES LOST.
Belfant.-T'he loss oif life inl thle dIs
aisterI to thell steamer1:es Retri ever an33d
Co(nwemara aggregle 0113.1 Only two
whnn~ tile t wo vessels ((lid1 in131 3 tihe
IrIsh channe1311 l1during at gl Ie. IlThe
crew of the lietriev'er 31number'ed 13.
031e (of wim0 atl also( ai pass5enger of
the Conn3em1a ra were savedC. The tw
vessels lie par t ly submenarged wIthIinl
sight of land1l. IIigh 5seas are' breakingf
VILLA KILLS AMERICAN
DOCTOR REFUGEE SAYS.
(Chihtahtua City, via it' lh: so June3c
tionl.- Drt. isher03, anl Am1erican1 ph3ysi
cian 31 liig att i3I1 iata RosalIa. was kill
ed by I he Villa band311 ils uler C en
IBaudello U ribe, accordinlg to theI
tatemfenlt of a Mexleani refugee who
arrIved hero fr'om Sanlta Riosalla. Dr
Fisher was one of the few Americans
known to have been1 in Santa R~sania
at the~ tme tho Villa bandits captur
edt the town. Gell. UrIbe also exect
nd a numbeor of Chinnane and Arna
is aIllsls ' IU ur ( ' 1 oSto1 li(ce1 r1 youll t el eph( on)I e' . A
card1( ()r a long distatee( ca(1,tll, edoio- se'rvit.( is at vou.
Writing Machines Repaired by Experts.
and4(1 ar 14 sub-4 dealers inl
L. C. SMITH & BROS. TYPEWRITERS.
(T1':e "sile nt solilu " andl
SH.\ W WAIEllt I lN ; D I ONI-Ils
RODfERS OFFICE SUPPLY CO,
57 Broad St. - ' - Charleston, S.C.
Don't Worry About Your Olotheis !
But send your last season's garments to us
and have them Dry Cleaned,
Pressed or Dyed.
On Ir intlod Of )IY CLEAN I(; will rostw-e th
Iif'e 44 yuir r'L nnLt'' ,1 eml oving aHl I sp->its !-alSl s 't. and
tulildew\\, rendering thleml as impler'Vious1 to soil as; wn'I(
tr 'ents dyed in any col wr. Inac~k for mnournuing' or
the d li(te tints lot' for e leing 'IeIai .
A Trial Order Means A Customar
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
Hoffman French Dry CIeanio Co.
T. N. WILDMAN. Manager.
Phone 142. Manning. S. C.
Do You Own
l.( 1 l it \a t W I' 11' _ it~u )It I1:i 8 '' ,:(((!1ult
H' (' i';lI i t'lb i t: ' '
Before you renew your Fire insurance
Policies gect in touch with our Represen
tative and talk it over.
A Home Association,
M'eanacged by conserva hive business mteni
Can be sutccessful anmd save money fo r its
Members, if thme owvners of Farm Property
Will carefully investigjate
THlE FARMERS' MUTUAL PR~T[CTIVE
of Sum ter. Clarenidon anid Lee Coumn ties
Sumter Trust Co.
Sumter, Sou th Carolina.
There is a Director ini your 43wushiip.
The Bailey-Lebby Co
Machinery. Mill and~ Plum bing~ Suipplies.
Automobile Supplies and Accessories.
6.& J. VEEDOL
Tires and Tubes. Oils and Greasc.
CHARLESTON, S. C.I