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BURT; THEN WELL.
How Al Mau landed On Wood Pil And
Was Sore Head to root found
ck Relief. .
Once upon time Edwin Putnam,
who lives in e quiet, pretty hamlet
of Wen 'el ot, Mass., climbed up
into a loft t et some building ma
terial, just a nany another man live
ing in the untry must often do.
Suddenly he lipped and fell. Ten
feet below i a pile of wood, knot
ted and g rled. It was a nasty
tumble, and r. Putnam was injured
painfully in he back, he was cov
ered with br sea, and vas sore from
head to foo
The next y he bought a bottle of
Sloan's Lini at which had been re
commended him. Within a very
few hours t soreness had vanished
and the lat ness had disappeared.
He was an tive man once more.
Sloan's L iment can be obtained
at all drug a res, 25c., 50c. and $1.00.
FIRST RE MENT TO BE
MU ERED OUT AT STYX
Infa'htryme Not Expected to Arrive
Back dmt Border Before
The Firs regiment, South Carolina
National ard, is expected ,to re
turn from 1 aso, Texas, where they
have been n border duty for four
months, wi in the next ten days.
The regini t will come to the state
mobilizatio grounds at Camp Styx,
near Colun ia, and reamin there un
. til mustere out of service, according
to W. W. Moore, adjutant general.
He received a wire from the depart
ment of the East yesterday asking
where the troops are to be sent for
demobilization. He - recommended
Camp Moore, at Styx, ork on which
will be begun at once preparatory to
making the camp comfortable and
ready for the regiment and its equip
nent on its arrival. It is thought
that the men will al be mustered out
of the service within two weeks after
their arrival at Styx.
The First regiment will likely be
brought back via the Southern route,
that is, via San Antonio, Texas, and
New Orleans. They went out through
Atlanta and Memphis, while the Sec
ond regiment went via New Orledns.
The First will return by -the South
ern route and the Second over the
route hich the First traversed in
ge:ag to Texas.
The First regiment has wou lau
rels while on border. duty and they
are practically as good as regulars.
It will take between four and five
(lays for the soldiers to make the
trip from El Paso home and it will
take several (lays to assemble the
railroad equipment necessary to
transport them. The regiment will
move in three sections, each section
two hours apart.
The boys will hardly get home be
nearly Christmas before they can be
mustered out of service and returned
to private life. All of the property
has to be checked up and turned in
n'1 every detail attended to before
.Trcle Sam will dismiss them.
From Piedmont, -.ostly.
The First regiment is made up
mostly from the up-country. It con
sis s of a machine gun complany
f n Anderson, Capt. Ramer, two in
fantry com panties from Anderson, one
under Capt. Ligeon and the other un
der Capt. Ihemderson, the Butler
Guairds of Greenv'lle under Capt.
Workman, the Sm th Rifles of Tel
rer under Capt. Hleyward, the Hamp
10on Guarxds of Spartanburg under
(Calt. Justice, the Traynham Guards
(f .[aurens under Capt. Lee, the
I n:n company under Capt. Walker,
the Camd~en company under Capt.
MclIAod, the Hlartsville company uin
decr Capt. Craig, the Cherawv comn
panfy under Capt. Gillespie, Rock ill
c'ompany under Cr.pt. McFadden, the
Fort Mill companzy under Capt. Parks.
The hieadquarters company is under
'omml~andl of Capt. G. Hleyward Ma
hion, Jr., of Greenville, who is regi
mienta:l, adjutant, and the supply com
pany is conmandedl by Capt. Seybt
of Greenville. The sanitary detach
ment is un-ler company of Major
Jiames E. Pore of C;olumbia. The
regimen~ital band~ from Williamston is
part of the headquarters company.
C. Blythie Commands.
.C.E.M. Blythec of Greenville is
im comnan I of the regiment. Lieut.
Colonel P. K. McCully is from An
dlerson. 'I lie First battalion is comn
manded by Major R. E. Watson of
Grecnville, the Second hby Major T:
13. Spratt oif Fort Mill and the Third
battalion by Major E. C. VonTres
kow of Camden. The regiment con
sists of about 1,100 ofllcers andl men.
'I he Secondl regimlent, undIer Colo
nel tI. B. Eprings, iiade UP of comn
panics fromxi ColIumnbin, Charleston
and the lower part of the state, re
mains on the border. Other units
of the South Carolina National Guardl
remaining on the biordler consist of
the Charleston Light D~ragoons, un..
der Capt. W. M. Manning, the comi
pany of engineers und~er Capt. J.
Roy Penniell, anid the fieldl hospital
corn s tmder Major A. M. Brallsford
of Mullins. When these units will
be recalled is not known. The cav
alry is on border piatrol on the New
Mexican border whlile the other two
detachments of the :Ntional Guard
from this state are encamped in the
El Paso0 patrol (district.
The return of the First regiment
willl probably witness the breakingp
of the Palmetto brigade. Colonel V.
K. Wi'l h, who has been in comimandl
of the brigade, will probably f'eturn
to the. comand of. his regiment, the
Seventeenth infantry, which, is sta
'ti pd Fort Bliss, one mile from
Owing 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 seasod, taking one-eight
toll or its equivelent in cash.
CLARENDON ROLLER FLOUR MILLS
A Full Stock of
in stock, and ask yoL r inspection. Get our
prices before you buy. Everything guaran
Highest prices paid for
D. -M. Bradham & Son
'tTH BEST 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-H ALF per cent. Am
monia, and nearly if not quite ONE
per cent. Potash.
We are preparedl to furnish both the
above materials and also Blood and
Tankage. and we solicit inquiiries.
NANNIN OIL MILL
Manning, S. C.
"Time tells what
you did yesterday.
4. Make to-morrow better
V. by starting a Bank
If. for no other reason than the unforeseen demands incident
to human life, you owve yourself a Bank account.
Ii's a duty, because you haven't the power to predict the'
futureo but youi have power' to start a Bank account and fort~ify for
thftuo 13 (da. . w a w Lnt to help worthy young inen to succeed.
The Bank of Manning.
Mrs. Jay McGee, of Stephi
enville, Texas, writes: '-For
nine (9) years, I suffered with
womanly trouble. I had ter
rible headaches, and pains in
my back, etc. It seemed as if
I would die, I suffered so. At
last, I decided to try Carduf,
the woman's tonic, and it
helped me right away. The
full treatment m-t only helped
me, but it cured me.'
Ta Woman's Tcnc
Carduf helps women in time a
of greatest need, because it
contains ingredients which act
specifically, yet gently, on the
weakened womanly organs.
So, if you feel discouraged,
blue, out-of-sorts. unable to
do your household work, on
account of your condition, stop
worrying and give Carduf a
trial. It has helped thousands
re women -wwhy not you?
fTry Cardui. L-l71
STILL MORE SUITS
Another Action for $50.000 Will be
Filed 'Today, Bringing Total
Amount Up to $212,000.
New London, Conn., Nov. 19.-The
Gfermla subnarinne freighter Deut
schland todiav is in sole possession of
1 grizzled old salt brought to fame
for the first timie under the plebian
'ognomuen of Will WVhiffen.
He is reinforced by a notice of libel
tacked to the woo-len grating', on the
leek, and Captain Koenig and his
famo's crew will not be allowed to
return to their craft until the o'vn
ers of the submarine nave deposited
bonds to cover any posible recovery
in the sits now held against the sub
narine for the loss of the tug T. A.
Scott, Jr., and her crew.
The suits are gradually inerensinw.
't was learned today. Another suit,
asking $50,000 damages, will be filer!
Monday in the Superior court by rel
'tives of Edward Stone, fireman of
he tug. This will bring the total
mount of damages demanded up to
By noon tomorrow the owners of
he Deutschland will have rieposited
)onds to take care of the libel pro
-eedings institnted by the T. A. Scott
:ompany for $12,000.
As soon as this formality has boen
-ompleted, Sheriff J. 1-1. Tubbs of his
ity. will take possession of the sub
narine by virtue of writs of attach
"ent, covering the suits brought by
'O-a lives of the men lost on the T. A.
3c tt, Jr.
h'lhe Eastern Forwarding coinany
ill then have to denosit bonds in
he Sunerior court of this state to re
ease the Deutschland again.
When all the bonds have been de
esited there will be no further legal
'C trint on the sailing of the D~eut
It was learned todlav that the only
'mage sustained by the [Deutschlandl
eas a few heat lahtes in her how anid
he shearing of a fe\v rivet heads.
It bocame evident today that the
)euts-hlan-l will leave sho'rtly. 'Three
een from her crew left the pier to
av about noon, they w "r eiking
harried trin to see fr~ins at Wi!1i
mmat i, and hod orders, so ther said,
o be baick within a few honrs.
M"C' AG AINST' HltlTI!NI!
i't of iDav'.on to White House
Siarf s llenort Retaliatory Acts
IXIay Soon be Enforeced.
Washingt on. Nov. 109.--T1here w"s a1
*'nort in rolicial cire'is today~ thit
enry P. Daiv ison's visit to the WVh ie
fou.. last niight was (-lisedl by the
~ossibilite of early en orceen't oif
Sir. Davyison, who is nssociatel withI
T. P. Alorgan and comn ana'.. wvas s il
0 h-ive pr'otost ed to Presidenit WVil -
~oni nra inst the enitorclemient of thIe
"t linfory Inws, on t~he e-rorn I flint
ti mitht disturb Amiericna--Brit ish
While t he report (oubil not ho con
rmedi o0lieinally, it has been k nown
'ht the big nmnv nlowers. whih
i"ve been assisting En'rl'a.l in r.
ning th" war. inanose the -m..i
Mton of' the retaliatorv l'gislat ion.
It is h"'lievedl here. t hot .T. P'. Mine
an. at his recent conference wvith
K( ing Geo""". assr' " I t ho Brit iih
'onarch that the United States wa s
minikely to dlo anv nt wi-h wo-'l
"ndl to d isturb) the friendl inst rel' -
10ons betw"een the tw'o comaitides. It
was considered probrhle here thit
\Mr. Mlorgan direef ed air. D'visoin to
tke ronresentationis to President'
WVilson concerning the nossibility of
this govern'ient undlertaking repri
sals against England.
Close observers of finance nand Ai
lonmacy asserted todlay that if Wall
street dlesired to protest to the gov
rament against nuttimir the retalia
tory legislation into effect, it wvould
sondl one of its foremost spokesmen
to make the. fact known at the White
It is known, and has been dleclared
nuthoritatively, that the executive de..
nartment of the government await
only President \filson's instructions
before taking action ttnder the re
is as near as your postottice or your telephone. A
card or a long. distatce call, and our service is at, your
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We carry a full line of Office Fixtures and Supplies
and are sole dealers in
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(The ''Silent Snitih") and
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RODGERS OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
57 Broad St. - - Charleston, S. C.
Don't Worry About Your Clothes !
But send your last season's garments to us
and have them Dry Cleaned.
Pressed or Dyed.
Onr lethod Of I)RY CLEANING will restore the
life of ytir ear'ients. remvinvi i r all spo ts, grease anid
Ilnil(ew, retnde(ritg them) its imIperviou s to soil as When
Garmeonts ded(l inlanv ('cO )l >rl lI nek for imourtlung or
the d(liente tints for eveninlmg wa. ei
A Trial Order Means A Customer
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
Hoffman French Dry Cleanin Co.
T. N. WILDMAN, Manager
Phone 142. Manning, S. C.
Lee County Fair. Bishopville, S. C.
Itound Tri1)p are From
Tickets will be'sold to Bishopville and return as above by the
Atlantic Coast Line.
The Sit ndt rd lIai I oad ofI the South,
Nov. 28 to Dec 1, Inclusive.
Li:niti'l returning; until midnight of December 2, 1910.
Pporti oate fares front intermediate points.
(thuidren nalf fare.
Cla r further pa ticula s, scheulules, etc., apply to II. D.
Clark, Ticket Agent, Mannling, S. C.
OLD SAWS RE SET
SaWv '.itW lul oulr Saus -. LW. S ty thuit h'veT ts v' lirsu'lf
t rue of. all Ottr h iT s
In l~ir Iw e Noth
\ it iil ti i se i;.
th rnkng of ou
A MODERN TONIC.
It is recommended to Improve the A p
petite. give tone to the stomach, build up
that run dlown cond(ition and promote
strenqth. Order a bottle today.
Dicksoni's Drug Store