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Powder,.about a teaspo<
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foods. Try the following
2 cups flour
2 teaspoons Royal Baking Powder
% cup shortening
1 teaspoon flavoring
Makes 1 Large
DIRECTIONS-Cream the sugar and al
After sifting the flour and Royal Bak
add it all to the mixture. Gradualy ad
you haven smooth pour batter. Addt he
tins and bake In a moderately hot ovenI
baked in two layers. Put together with ci
made from Cream of Tar
HUNG IN EFFIGY
Lay Figures of LaFollette and Stone,
Placarded as Traitors, Strung Up
in Downtown Washington.
Quietly and without ostentation,
Senators LaFollette, of Wisconsin,
and Stone, of Missouri, were hanged
in effigy in downtown Washington
Two lay figures, placarded with the
names of the two senators who yes
terday voted against the war resolu
tion in the senate, were strung up to
An Ambition at
'~'tTT ,ds of the South are i
.)ern Railway; thec Prow~
the uplul og of the other.
A j The S them Railway salt, no fat
accorded to others.
The ambition of the Southern Rail
unity of interest that is born of co-oper
the railroads; to see perfected that lair as
msent of ralroads w~hich invites the
agencies; to realize that liberality of It
to oblala the additional capital needed to
enlarged facilities incident to the dem
services and. inally
To take its niche in the body poll'
other great industries, with no more. It
rights and equal opportunities.
" The Southern Serv
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Sumta Coca Cola Co.4
iantity of Royal Baking
n, in place of each egg
-ll to nearly all baked.
recipe according to the
1 cup Cu 1S
1 cup mil k
2 tups flour
4 teaspoons Royal Baking Powder
2 tablespoons shortening
1 tespoon flavoring
iortening togetler,then mix in the egg.
Powder together two or three times
the milk and beet with spoon until
flavoring. Pour into greased layer cake
or twenty minutes. This cake is best
'eamn filling and spread with whiteicing
tar, derived from grapes.
lampposts near the corner of Four
teenth and H streets. The effigies
were shrouded in black and yellow
robes, and each bore a placard mark
A traffic policeman half a block
away from the scene of the hanging
was attracted by a big crowd that
gathered. When he reached the
scene, the crowd, augmented by thea
tergoers, cheered and veered as a re
serve squad of police:nan, hurriedly
summoned, cut down the two figures.
The police failed to find any trace
of the men who hanged the effigies.
!d a Record
lentical with the needs
tb and success of one meanr t
ors-no special privilege not
gray Comipany Is to tee that:"
ation between the public and
d frank policy in the manage
confidence of governmental I
eatnent which will enable It t
r the acquisition of better and
md for increased and better
Ic of the South alongside of
at w%1"h equal liberties. equal
es the South."
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OST TO PUT U. S.
ARMY IN SHAPE GREAT
The cost of putttg the United
tates army on a footing commensu
ate with the needs of the nation in
modern war Vill be nearly $3,000,
Estimates today furnished the
souse of representatives by Secretary
>f the Treasbry McAdoo on behalf of
;he war department, call for a total
>f $2,982,537,933 "for national de
Accompanying, the estimates deliv
3red to the house by Secretary 'Mc
Adoo was a statement from Secretary
f War Baker. It was very brief. It
ffered no details as to the exact uses
to which it was to be put. It simply
was the estimate of the necessary
war credit of the nation on the eve
A a great international war.
"For military expenditures under
the war department necessary for the
national defense and for each and
every purpose connected therewith, to
be expended by the secretary of var
under such regulations as the presi
dent may prescribe, and to be i'nme
diately available and remain ava. gable
until expended, $2,932,n37,933."
Because of the war, however, other
estimates today were submitted which
carry the total forward to more than
three and one-half billions in addi
tion to the prodigious sum asked for
For extraordinary expenses of the
ntaval establishment, $292,538,790. To
bring to a high state of efficiency the
coastal communication system of the
coast guard, $600,000; for an increase
in the enlisted strength of the navy
and marine corps to 150,000 and 30,
D00 men, respectively, $175,855,761;
department of justice, for the sup
pression of crimes against the United
States, $300,000; additional watchmen
for the state, war and navy buildings,
$28,000; civil service commission, ad
ditional employes because of extra
work incident to national defense ex
igencies, $20,000; a special defense
fund under the control of the presi
This, it was admitted, was but the
beginning, a generous beginning, it is
true, but the beginning, nevertheless,
of the expenditures for the war which
is to come.
A conference at the capitol today
between Secretary of War Baker and
Senator Chamberlain, of Oregon,
chairman of the committee on mili
tary affairs, is regarded as conclusive
of the first outline of the plans for
raising the land fighting force of the
nation. The measure providing for an
immediate draft of a sufficient num
ber of men" to pue an army of 1,200,
000 men in the field will be introduced
in both houses of congress once the
resolution declaring the existence of
a state of war is out of the way.
It was made clear by Senator
Chamberlain that the bill to increase
the army for immediate war needs
would be a separate measure from the
universal military training bill. The
latter bill is regarded as a measure
of permanent need for the nation
The bill on which the finishing touches
were placedl today is the emergency
One after the other the twvo meas
ures will be rushed through congress.
It is believed that opposition in con
sidlerably smaller measure than thai
which fought the war resolution will
follow. Nearly all the so-called paci
fist group in congress have promised
that once their efforts have failed te
stop) actual hostilities they wvill give
loyal sup~port of the presidlent in the
UNl'TEDI STATES NAVY
WI'LL~ BE DOUBLED
The United States navy is to be in
ereasedl by 100,000 nien, practically
loubling ,its peace strength, Secretary
uf the Navy Daniels announcedI to
night, in explaining the fiavy budget
ippropriation bill which wvas approv
~d by President Wilson and sent to
!ongress earlier in the day. To re
-ruit the additional 100,000 men, an
temn of $175,855,7G1.87 was included
n the budget.
When this increasedl force is rais
-d, the nation's naval strength will
>e 197,000 men, including both the
mnvy and1( the marine corps. The pres
nt authorized strength of the two
ranches is about 97,000 men.
"T1he peace strength of the navy as
ixed by the naval act of Augu:st 29,
91G, is 68,700 men, andl of the ma
ine corps 13,740 men,'' said Secre
a ry Daniels. "The estimates sub
nitted today call for a total force of
50,000 men for the navy and 30,000
or the marine corps and other
Secretary Daniels tonight was as
uJred by administration leaders in
oth hovises of congress that the way
:ill be cleared for prompt passage
f the bill. and that such additional
ters wvill be speedily taken to place
he naval branches in best possible
With the prosp~ects that the funds
sked for will become quickly avail
ble Secretary Daniels andl his aides
Sall bureaus rushed preparations
reatly to ineae enliatments.
TWO YEARS Fa
Could Do No Work th
Now Strong as a *
Chicago Ill. -"For about two years yc
I suffered from a female trouble so I A
was unable to walk
or do any of my own
work. I read about at
Lydia E. Pinkham's m
Vegetable Com- F
pound in the news
papers and deter- e
mined to try it. It tl
brought almost im- ?l
mediate relief. My tc
weakness has en
tirely disappeared n
and I never had bet- e3
ter health. I weigh hi
165 pounds and am as strong as a man.
I think money is well spent which pur
chases Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable h:
Compound."-Mrs. Jos. O'BRYAN, 1765 b
Newport Ave., Chicago, Ill.
The success of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, made from roots
and herbs, is unparalleled. It may be b
used with perfect confidence by women ac
who suffer from displacements, inflam- r1
mation, ulceration, irregularities, peri
odic pains, backache, bearing-down feel e
ing, flatulency, indigestion, dizziness, cl
and nervous prostration. Lydia E. Pink- tl
ham's Vegetable Compound is the stag
dard remedy for feasle ills.
All of my Property
in Manning and Clar
I have some of the t
finest lands and lots
to offer you.
For particulars ap
ply to t
MANNING. S. C. <
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot He Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure ca
tarrhal deafness, and that is by a s
constitutional remedy. Catarrhal
Deafness is caused by an inflamed
condition of the mucous lining of the
Eustachian Tube. When this tube is
inflamed you have a rumbling sound
or imperfect hearing, and when it is
entirely closed, Deafness is the re
sult. Uuless the inflammation can be i
reduced and this tube restoredl to its
normal condition, hearing will be dle
stroyedl forever. Many cases of deaf
ness are caused by catarrh, which is
an inflamed condlition of the mucous
surf aces. H-Iall's Catarrh Medicine
acts thru the blood on the mucous
surfaces of the system.
We wvill give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Catarrh Deafness that
cannot be cured by H-all's Catarrh
Medicine. Circulars free. All Drug
F. .J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
To C uard Bridlgeport.
Bridgeport, C'onni., Ap'ril 5-Bridge
port will be placed under martial law
within two weeks. This was announe
ed b~y United States army oflicers to
night. As one of the main centers of
munitions manufacture in the Uni*tedl (
States, the department of the east has E
laidl elaborate plans for the protection
of Bridgeport. Strong infantryr guards
tare to be thiown about every factory
and municipal building. Cavalry atnd,
machine gun pat rols will pirotect 'i
(every Point of dlefense. on the. out-t
sk iits of the city anid powe'rful search- jb
lights will sweep the harbor.
with good oil liniment. That's IIm
the surest way to stop them.
The best rubbing liniment is
S Good for the Ailments of
Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc.
GJood for your own Aches, I
Pains, Rheumnatism Sprains,
Cuts, Burns, Ntc. i
2Ec 50. $1. Atal Dealer.
CKEY GETS SIX YEARS
AFTER PLEADING GUILTY
rmer Lancaster Bank Cashier to
Serve Term in Federal Prison
Greenville, April 5.-E. Curtis
mckey, aged 26, formerly cashier -of
e First National Bank of Lancaster,
o was alleged by a federal indict-.
ent to have embezzled from that
nk approximately $25,000, today
eaded guilty and was sentenced by
idge Joseph T. Johnson to serve six
ars in the federal penitentiary at
The defendant's grey-haired father
id his counsel, Claude N. Sapp, for
er candidate for Congress in the
fth South Carolina District, appeal
to the judge to deal lightly with
e young man who, they asserted,
s deeply penitent and is now ready
rectify his wrong." As his father
ake a striking plea young Mackey's
es dissolved tears that coursed down
s ruddy cheeks. The court was told
at the young banker had sold all
s property; had turned back to the
ink $8,000 of the $25,000 shortage.
Young Mackey was arrested imme
ately after J. William Pole, national
ink examiner, had checked up the
counts and found the shortage Feb
tary 21, 1917. It was stated by fed
-al officials that the defendant had
everly covered up the thefts which
icy alleged extended over a period
Mackey is a native of Health
prings, S. C., and had been employed
t the Lancaster bank since he was
i his early 'teqns. It was told in
te court that he stood unusually high
nong the social set in Lancaster and
bok a leading part in church affairs.
was stated, also, that he was to
e married in June.
CLEAR YOUR SKIN IN SPRING
Spring house cleaning means clean
ig inside and outside. Dull pimply
kin is an aftermath of winter inac
ivity. Flush yoru intestines with a
till laxative and clean out the ac
umulated wastes, easy to take, they
o not gripe. Dr. King's New Life
ills will clear your complexion and
righten your eye. Try Dr. King's
Jew Life Pills tonight and throw off
he sluggish winter shell. At drug
EXPERT GIVES ADVICE
Clemson College, March 29.-One
f the omportant factors in produc
ig cotton under boll weevil conditions
a the growing of early fruiting va
ieties that set a crop of bolls early
the season before the weevils be
Dme numerous enough to inflict se
ious damage. There is no one varie
y that can be recommended as best
r all soil and climatic conditions in
outh Carolina. Usually those varie
es that give best results before wee
il infestation are the ones that are
est under weevil conditions, provid
d earliness has been increased by
election. It would pay every farmer
rho has a good yielding cotton to
egin this year to make selection from
ood1 early fruiting stalks and use
~ed from these selections to plant
small 'seed patch from which to
btain seedl for next year's planting.
f this is pbracticed for sevearl years,
arliness' in any v'ariety, of cotton can
e exercisedl at gins to, prevent seed
i this cotton from mixing with those
f late varieties.
Some of the varieties now giving
ood results under wveevil condlitions
re as follows: Wannamaker's Cleve
md, Cook, Simpkins Triumph, Toole
Webber 49 and 1Express are long
Laple varieties that are now making
owl yields under wevo(il cond1(tions5..
The Dix ie and Covington are best
ir wilt-infested landcs.
In order to dleterm ine yain et is oif
>ttoni best suited for ditferent see
0ns of thme state, tests are binig con
Luetedl this yearl with I15 of the most
romlising varieties in each of the fol
>wingnJ counties: 11am pton, Barnwemll,
iken, Charleston, Orangebumrg, IUieh -
ad and ILexington.
Afte~r learninmg in this way the va
it ies best sittd to the diflferent see
onis, the seed of these varieties will
1 improved andm increasedl so that all
I rmers will have neVcess toi iinp jrovedl
e: souit ed to their localities undler
>dl weevil conditions.
Special b~ree~ding. wvork ont Cook
vi Clevehand vainrieties is being con
icted in Oconee, Gr~eenville. and An
Is to hq dreeded. 1t leads to serIous
Sick Headache, b'oisoned System and
a mooro of other troubles follow.
D~on't let Conatlpation inst.
Keep your Kidneys, iver and Bowels
healthy and active.Riyoryse
of forsnentad, stasry foods.
Nothing better than
All Denggists 25 cents
SATISFAn-rION OR MNYv RAC
Why you should use
Cardul, the woman's
tonic, for your troubles,
have been shown in
thousands of letters from
actual users of this medi
cine, who speak from
personal experience. It
the results obtained by
other women for so many
years have been so uni
formly good, why not
give Cardul a trial'
The Woman's Tonic
Mrs. Mary J. Irvin, of
Culler,, Va., writes:
"About 11 years ago, I
suffered untold misery
with female trouble, bear
ing-down pains, head
ache, numbness . . . I
would go for three weeks
almost bent double .
My husband went to Dr.
- - for Cardul .. .
After taking about two
bottles I began going
around and when I took
three bottles I could do
all my work." E-0
DR. .1. A. COLE,
Upstairs Over Weinberg's Corner
MANNING, S. C.
Phone No. 77.
G. T. FLOYD,
Surveyor and Civil Engineer,
Office Over Hirschmann's Store.
Ta First-Class Real Estate Mortgages
PURDY & O'BRYAN,
Attorneys at Law,
MANNING, S. C.
J. W. WIDEMAN
Attorney at Law
MANNING, S. C.
)flices Adjoining "The Herald" Bldg.
W. C. DAVIS
Attorneys at Law,
MANNING, S. C.
DuRANT & ELLERBE,
Attorneys at Law,
MANNING, S. C.
JOIIN G. D)INKINS,
Attorneys at L aw,
MA NNING, S. C.
Office in Old1 Court House.
J. Hf. LESESNE,
Attorney at Law,
MANNING, S. C.
f. 0. Purdy. S. Oliver O'Blryn
P'URDY & 0'BRYAN,
Attorneys and Couinselors at Law,
MANNINd, S4. C.
Have a Bottle Handy
S loan's Liniment is assigned it.
Place amnong the trustedI famil
remedIies in thousands of medi
cine closets. ConfidIence in it i
based on the uniform effectivenes
with wvhich it banishes the pains o
rhecumagism, neuralgin, gout, lumbago
sore stiff muscles, bruises, sprains an
strnins. Oleuner a~nd easier to use tha
mussy pinsters or ointments. It penetrale
uand reheve s quicky 'without ruibbinaq,
At eli edlr.its 5 O cnd $100.