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8OMETIMES' SHE THINKS
TANLAC SAVED HER LIFE.
Miss Maynor is 35 Pounds Heavier
Now Than When She Began
HAD NEARLY LOST HOPE
From an Invalid Unable to Sit Up
More Than an Hour or So to Per
feet Health Was Change Made.
Without equal in interest, perhaps,
is the very remarkable statement
given in endorsement of Tanlac by
Miss Julia Maynor, of 128 Fairview
Ave., Spartanburg. When she began
taking Tanlac, she said, she was al
most an invalid but now weighs
thirty-two pounds more and considers
her health perfect, and her statement
"I suffered from a terribly run
down condition and I became so weak
I could not even wash dishes and I
could not sit up more than an hour
or two at a time. I had no appetite,
and I had forgotten how it felt to
want to eat. Everything I ate hurt
me, and I suffered from an awful
burning in my stomach. I lost flesh
until I looked as if I would almost
fall to pieces.
"Seven different doctors had treat
ed me and my papa took me to every
one I though could help me, but if
any of them did me any good I could
not tell it, and the last time I came
home from a trip to see a doctor I
was so weak I could not hardly get
up the steps.
. "It was in January last year that
I began to fail in halth, and in a
month I was in such bad shape I
could not do anything, and I was in
bed the greater part of the time from
February to September, last year,
and when I began taking Tanlac I
only weighed ninety pounds.
"Tanlac wvas recommended to me
and I finally began taking it. I
started taking Tanlac in the summer
and I took about fifteen bottles be
fore I stopped. I gained about thirty
two pounds by taking Tanlac and I
wveigh about 125 pounds now and am
still gaining in weight. Really, I am
about thirty-five pounds heavier now
than when I began taking Tanlac. I
am in good health and I feel just as
well as I did when I stopped taking
Tanlac, and the benefit Tanlac gave
me is lasting. I am heavier nowv than
I have ever been before.
"I never have stomach ti'ouble now,
I liave a fine appetite and I feel wvell
all the time. I work regularly in
the Beaumont Mill now, and just a
few months ago I had began to wvon
der if there was anything that would
give me back my health and strength.
Before I started taking Tanlac I
sometimes feared my troubles might
kill me, but I was back at wvork by
"I cnn give Tanlac the very highest
recoinmaendation, and I do, too, be
cause I was an invalid when I started
Tanlac and I tm In perfect health
now and am rosy as anyone. I am
so glad I took Tanlac and I some
times think Tanlac saved my life, for
I was going down terribly* fast when
I began taking it."
Tanlae, the Master Medicine, is
sold1 by Dickson's Drug Store, Man
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& Plowden, New Zion; Farmers' Sup
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On His Dignity.
Ben was 10 years old and thought
It altogether ridiculous to treat him
as a baby any' longer. His father
had a lawyer friend who did not seem
to have arrived at this knowledge of
Ben's growth, and so usually address
ed him In the same way In which
he had spoken to him five years ago.
S"Wellt how's my little man toayv?"
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Ben sat down and looked teh oth<
way, having spoken to the gentlema
as he came in. The man repeated h:
question and then Ben answered:
"Indeed, Mr. Smith,'I have not see
your little man and would not knot
him if I saw him."
"Ben," his father thundered, "wh
don't you answer Mr. Smith politel
when he asks 4bout your health?"
"Oh, I beg your pardon," said Be
in a very dignified voice, "I am ver
well, thank you."
But Mr. Smith discovered at las
that Ben was grown up.-New Yor
Bad Colds From Sudden Changes.
Spring brings all kinds of weathe
and with it come colds and the re
vival of winter coughs and hoars<
ness. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey wi
head off a new cold or stop the ol
one, the soothing balsams relieve th
sore throat and heal the irritated ti
sues. Get a bottle to-day and stai
treatment at once. At your druggist
25c. Formula on the bottle.-adv.
The Man He Left Behind.
An English storekeeper went to th
war and left his clerk behind to loc
after things. When he was wounde
and taken to the hospital, what we
his surprise to find his clerk in ti
cot next to him.
"Well, I thought I left you to tal
care of the store," said the store
"You did," answered the cler
"But you didn't tell me I had to loo
aftr your women folks as well v
the store.' I stood it as long as
could and then I said to myself: 'Lo<
here, if you've got to fight, 'you migi
as well go and f-ght someone that y<
can hit."-London Tit-Bits.
DR. J. A. COLE,
Upstairs Over Weinberg's Corner
MANNING, S. C.
Phone No. 77.
G. T. FLOYD,
Surveyor 'and Civil Engineer,
Ofmce Over Hirschmann's Store.
On First-Class Real Estate Mortgag
PURDY & O'BRYAN,
Attorneys at Law,
MANNING, S. C.
J. WN. WIDEMAN
Attorney at Law
MANNING, S. C.
Offices Adjoining "The Herald" Bld
W. C. DAVIS
Attorneys at Law,
DuRANT & ELLERBE,
Attorneys at Law,
MANNING, S. C.
JOHN G. DINKINS,
Attorneys at Law,
MANNING, S. C.
Office in Old Court House.
J. H. LESESNE,
Attorney at Law,
MANNING, S. C.
R. 0. Purdy. 5, Oliver O'Bryai
' PURDY & O'BRYAN,
'Attorneys and Counselors at La w
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r EVERYBODY TALKING ABOUT IT.
s To Settle A Big Question Rightly,
You Must Investigate It and
n Discuss It Freely.
The claims made for Nature's
Y Great Remedy, SULFERRO-SOL,
Y though they may seem rather broad
and strong, are only made so by the
n healing power of the remedy itself.
y In the suit, SULFERRO-SOL Co.,
vs. U. S. Court, the Sulferro-Sol
t Company put up fifty-five witnesses,
k several of them learned physicians,
and each of whom had either actually
used Sulferro-Sol or had seen it tried.
Of the Fifty-five witnesses, some tes
tified of being cured of Chronic Stom
r ach trouble, Indigestion, Pellagra,
Dyspepsia, Eczema, Chronic Ab
scesses, and various forms of Kidney,
11 Bladder, Skin Blood and Nervous
d troubles. The outstanding FACT of
e the trial was that it DID CURE.
- Don't be misled into buying just
t anything. Try something that thou
, sands of others have tried out with
success. It will save you money, time
SULFERRO-SOL is sold and rec
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e Manning, S. C., and vicinity.
e Charlie Chaplin was talking in New
York about a bad film.
:e "It is so bad," he said, "it reminded
- me of a first night I once attended in
. "It was a terrible first night. Noth
k ing but hisses and catcalls. Still, the
a play deserved it.
I "At the end, however, a man with
k a harelip began to roar for the author.
kt He roared so loudly that finally the
u author came out and smiled his
thanks. I couldn't help saying to
.. the harelip chap afterward:
"'What the deuce, with such a rot
ten play as this, did you want to
yell for the author?'
"'I dlidn't said the harelip. 'I was
yelling for ether!' "-New York Sun.
Sloan's Liniment For Rheumatism
"he torture of rheumatism, the
pains andl aches that make life un
bearable are relieved by Sloan's Lini
ment, a clean clear liquid that is easy
to app~ly and more effective than mus
sy plasters or ointments because it
penetrates quickly without rubbing.
as For the many pains and aches follow
ing exposure, strains, sprains aknd
muscle soreness, Sloan's Liniment is
promptly effective. Always have a
bottle handy for gout, lumbago,
~ toothache, backache, stiff neck andI
all external pains. At druggists,
All Out of Style.
- Whistler, the artist, was one (lay
standing bareheaded insp hat store
while his hat was being ironed into
An irate customer entered and,
_ thinking Whistler was a salesman,
tackled the i mperturable "J1im mie"
with "Here's a hat you made for me.
It dloesn't fit me in the least."
Whistler regarded him calmly.
"You are quite right," he answeredl
- suavely. "It doesn't. But as for that,
neither does your coat; your trousers
peed pressing and your wvaistcoat is
a crime.'"-Newark News.
Sa~ved His Money.
"Two penn'orth of bicarbonate of
sod. for indigestion at this time of
right," cried the chemist, who had
been aroused at 2 a. in., "when a
-glass of hot water does just as-well ?"
n. "Weel, weel," returned Sandy has
tIly, "I thank you for the advice. I'll
,not bother ye after all. Gude nichtl"
Ver brought to Manning. T
Ily for making figures charn
hat they want in our vast %
blend together to that whi
"Those Germans are certainly effi
cient," said father at the breakfast
"How so? How?" asked mother.
"Why," said father, "I see they
have put the whole question of the
food supply into the hands of the
minister of the interior."-Pittsburg
SPRING COLDS ARE DANGEROUS
Sudden changes of temperature and
underwear bring spring colds with
stuffed up head, sore throat and gen
eral cold symptome. A dost of Dr.
King's New Discovery is 'sure relief,
this happy combination of antiseptic
balsams clears the head, soothes the
irritated membranes and what might
have been a lingering cold is broken
up. Don't stop treatment when re
lief is first felt as -a half cured cold
is dangerous. Take Dr. King's New
Discovery till your cold is gone.-adv.
YOU NEED A SPRING LAXATIVE
Dr. King's New Life Pills will re
move the accumulated wastes of win
ter from your intestines, the burden
of the blood. Get that sluggish spring
fever feeling out of your system,
brighten your eye, clear your com
plexion. Get that vim and snap of
good purified healthy blood. Dr.
King's New Life Pills are a non
griping laxative that aids- nature's
process, try them to-night. At all
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County, ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of
F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business
in the City of Toledo, County and
State aforesaid, and that said firm
will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and every case
of Catarrh that cannot be curedt by
the use of H ALL'S CATA RR H M ED
ICINE. FRANF J. CHENEY,
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th (lay of De
ceml r, A. D., 1886.
(Seal) A. WV. GLEATON,
Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken
internally and acts through the Blood
on the Mucous Surfaces of the Sys
tem. Send. for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by all diruggists, '75c.
Hall's Family Pills for constipantion.
Caller-That new girl of yours
seems nice andl quiet.
Hostess-Oh, very quiet! She dloes
not even disturb the (dust when she's
cleaning the room.--Life.
L.AX-FOS IS AN IMPRDVED CASCARA
A DIGESTIVE LAiXATIVE
- CATHARTIC AND LIVER~ TONIC
LAx-Fos Is not a Secret or Patent Medi
cine but Is composed of the following
old-fashioned roots and herbs:
BLUE FLAG ROOT
MAY APPLE ROOT
In J,Ax-Fos the CAscARA is improved by
the addition of these (digestive ingredi
ents making it better than ordinary CAs
CARA, and thus the combination acts not
only as a stimulating laxative and cathar
tic but also as adigestive and liver tonic.
Syrup laxatives are weak, but LAX-Fos
combines strengthr with palatable, aro,
matic taste and does not gipe or disturb
the stomach.- One botl will pove
LAX-Fog is invaluable for Con ption,
we want all of the
rings. Our expert mil
The Real Thing.
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"What is it, then?" asked Smith.
"I suffered it yesterday," answered
Jones, "when the barber had my
mouth full of lather and I sat there
watching the shop boy giving my hat
to another customer."-Boston Her
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