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SOLID CARLOAD OF
THE VERY BEST
We have a Horse or a Mule to
suit everybody. Large Mules
small Mules. If you want to
get real values for your money
come in and let us show you
this carload. .
Full Line of
Buggies, Wagons, Har
ness, -Lap Robes, Whips,
COFFEY & RIGBYI
MANNING, S. C. .
E41 COVERNMENT CROP REPORT To .-Septemberales producton last year, Cen
56,400,000 pounds; production latst s 3,30bls
year, December estimate, 20,280,000 Prices.-The first prie given below
Washington, D. .. .:pt. 7.-A sum- pounds. is the average on September 1 this
mary of the Septe 'ber crop report Potatoes.-,"-September 1 forecast, 1,- year, and the second the average on
for the State of South Carolina, and 122,000 bushels; production last year, September 1 last year.
for the-United States, as compiled by December estimate, 750,000 bushels. Wheat, 247 and 150 cents per
the Bureau of Crop Estimates (and Sweet potatoes.-September 1 fore: bushel. Corn, 228 and 108. Oats, 121
transmitted through the Weather Bu- cast, 7,240,000 bushels; production last and 69. Potatoes, 230 and 146. Hay,
reau), U. S. Department of Agricul- year, December estimate, 5,676,000 $19.50 and $15.50 per ton. Cotton,
ture, is as follows: bushels. 22.9 and 14.7l cents p)er pound. Eggs,
o Sotmbr 1orcast, 44,- 292,000at.-Proedtimnr lastiye, -ntedte.
800~~~~~~~~~2,000 bushels; production last yeaDcme siae 4,0 os r .pebr1 oeat ,
els. 't~~~~~ecer oeat 8,0 arl fcmber estimate, 2,8324,000 bush
All wheat ~ ~ ~ Swetpoate.-September 1 forecat uhl;pouto atyaD- e
year Deembr etimae, ,00,00 ces 4,0 bustied production 66,0,00bsestpoutinls
busel. 91, 113,00 usels podctonyear, December estimate, 639,6,000
Oa-etur, mbesforos 1bueat 510-lsthear eebress.e 4,00bses
Corn.-she;prutione loast a, 44,- bses as-ctme oeat ,3,
c8ie siae ,0,0 uhl. Cotn-uut~ oeat ,7, 00,000 bushels; prod~uction last year,
AllTwheat.--September 1 forecast,
~ ~ < yearmDecemberestimate,0285,437,00
~U ) I ~#~8 bushats88,200,000ibuhels;tpyearucDe
~ ~ ~ lztctmyerrestemate, 19timat0,b70r95s.
197 1,3,0 bses productionis
lastl hear, December estestimte,5920
1 .Vs' ~ Of00 busls; production last year, C
sus 931,83 b'tlales.,4500 res
Prices. --h fistmae pricegiveno
is~ theavraeopember 1ae 36,
yea,0 budhelscn h aeaeo
Ore.September 1 lastlitar.
bushe7. Cored with the 10.yOars con
S Cortn.-Septe 25 forecast, 12,
5000,000bae; production last year, -
Cmers 11it,44,83 24100eush
Pels. --h is rc ie eo
All wheat-Septem is y oeasr,
a68,00,00 secn heavpragecton last
year131.2br cenmts per86,0
~ ~y Oats6.-Sepembe 431 cetsf o a os,3
cm e e sti m, 9,0000 busels Cto.- uut 5freat137. 00 perhe on. protton, 23st yad
14.ecentsber pound.teg, 3.2,an00
ADTobc.SEptme IN orEcaMs,
Here is a message to
suffering women, from
Mrs. W. T. Price, of
Public, Ky.: "I suf
fered with painful...",
she writes. "M'ot down
with a weakness in my
back and limbs ...I
felt helpless and dis
couraged... I had about
given up hopes of, ever
being well again, when
a friend insisted I
The Woman's Tonic
I began Cardul. In
a short while I saw a
I grew stronger right
along, and it cured me.
I am stouter than I
have been in years."
If you suffer, you can
appreciate what it I
means to be strong and
well. Thousands of wo.
men give Cardui the
credit for their good
health. It should help
you. Try Cardui. At all
Wanted One More.
A large manufacturing concern
sent frequent and urgent demands to
a certain linquent dealer and, being
unable to get as much as a response,
sent a representative to personally
wait upon him.
"Why haven't you paid your ac
count, or at least written us con
corning the matter?" the representa
"My dear sir," responded the de
linquent, smiling, "those collection
letters from your firm are the best I
have ever seen. I have had copies'
made and am sending them out to
the trade, and it's wonderful the num
ber of old accountts I have been able
to collect. I haven'tt paid my bill, as
I felt sure there was another letter
in the series. I have some hard cus
tomers to deal with, and I need the
last letter."-The Bookkeeper.
40,000 TROOPS ON
PARADE IN ATLANTA
Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 8.-Atlanta will
never see the 40,000 troops of Camp
Gordon all together at one time until
they have been thoroughly drilled in
the manual of arms and thoroughly
trained for active service on the fir
ing line, and then General Eben
Swift, commanding the division, will
march them through the streets of
Atlanta and give the people a sight
of what an army looks like, fully
equipped, condIitionc1 like a prize
fighter andl loaded for heavy march
It will be a sight the like of which
no city in America has ever seen, with
the possible exception of a few
marches by armies in the Civil wvar.
But certainly there have been only
rare occasions in the wvhole of Ameri
Sonme Manning People IHave Learned
Thlat Neglect is Dangerous.
Trhe slightest symp~tomi of kidney
trouble is far too serious to be over
looked. It's the small, ne'glcctedi
troubles that so often lead to serious
kidney ail ments. T~hat pain in the
"small" of your back; those headaches
andi dizzy spells; that weak, weary,
wornout feeling, may be nature's
warning of kidney weakness. Why
risk your life by neglecting these
symptoms ? Reach the cause of the
trouble while there yet is time-be
gin trehting your kidneys at once wvith
a triedi and proved kidney remedy.
No need to experiment-DIoan's. Kidl
ney Pills have been successfully used
in thousands of cases of kidney trou
ble for over 50 years. Doan's Kidney
I'ills ar'e used( and recommended
throughout the civilized world. En
dlorsedl at home. 'Read this Manning
Mr~s. J1. E. Reardon, W. Bioundary
Ave., says: "I was in bad shape with
rheumatic pains andl my joints were
so -stiff' and swvollen, that I could
hardly walk or (10 any work. I had
dizzy spells andI headaches. My kid
hleys actedl irregularly and annoyedi
me considerably. I got Doan's Kid
ney Pills at the Dickson Drug Co.,
andl they relieved the rheumatic pains
and benefited me in every wvay.I
keep Dean's on hand all the time and
they do me worlds of good."
Price 60ic, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills-the same
that Mrs. Reardon had. Foster-Mil
burn Co., Props., Buffalo N. VY.-.dv.
cden history when one army of 40,000 nation of military value.
men has marched in cbntinuous pro- An army of 40,000 men marching
cession past a given point. Many of down Peachtree street past Five
the cities in Europe, where war has Points and up through the canon of
raged for three years, have not even Whitehall street will be a sight like
seen it, as the custom there is to move that inLiege, Belgium, when the hosts
troops in relatively small bodies, and of the German kaiser swept through
then to move them at night to pre- that country on their drive toward
vent the enemy from securing Infer- Paris in the summer of 1914.
For the Housekeeper!
The best line Ranges, Oil and Gasoline Cook
Stoves ever shown in Manning.
For the Farmer
The best Corn and Cotton Planters, Guano
Distributors, Harrows and all Farm Tools. One
or two of those splendid two-horse Disc Har
rows left at less than cost. -Come and see.
Plowden Hardware Co
Food is scarce and becoming scarcer.
THREE TIMES A DAY.
Columbia will soon have 40,000 troops
at Camp Jackson.
Greenville will soon have 40,000 troops
at Camp Seiver.
Spartanburg will soon have 40,000
troops at Camp Wadsworth,
These men will want vegetables.
WHERE WILL THEY GET THEM?
Sweet potatoes, Beans, cabbage, turnips.
carrots, onions, etc., will bring
This is Clarendon County's chance !
Will our farmers let the opportunity slip?
Cotton is short---Vegetables will be
higher than cotton as the
SUBMARINES CAN NOT SINK THE
THE HOME BANK
AND TRUST COMPANY
A PATCH OF
this year and commence getting readly for
the boll weevil. We have a supply of seed
on hand that we will sell at $2.50 a bushel
of one or more bi.shels.
75 cents a peck in qulantities less than
$2.40 a bushel in original bags 2 andl one
hall bushcls each.
One-half bushel will plant one acre in
three foot rows. Yields from 16 to 40
bushels an acre.
We quarantee a cash market for all that
This is the most promising new crop
that has ever been introduced in this sec