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SECOND 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 moneyt
come in and let us show you this
Full Line of
Buggies, Wagons, Har
ness, Lap Robes, Whips,
COFFEY & RIGBY
MANNING, S. C.
A CHALMERS' RECORD. Drives Out Maaria, Builds Up System MESSAGES FLAT FOR DEARS
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic, 'JirLI)
A Chalmers stock chassis on August GROV'S TASTd rl trSS chili TONIC, drives out
and 2 won four of the most covetcd tern. A Atu tonic. For ult a and adchitldren. United States Hydrographic Office
motor car records. Tells of Finding of Bottle Set
The endurance record, held for a Adrift in 1914.
year by the Hudson, has gone to the tion and under the observation of the
Chalmel's, which went 1898 miles in 24 American Automobile association. Several instances of messages in
hours as agoinst 1819 for the larger Greater power, greater speed, or bottles having floated about the Ia
car. greater endurance has never before cific for years before being recovered
The Chalmers also won the one been demonstrated by a motor, have been announced by the United
Ihour record, the 12 hour record and The strain and wear and tear of States hydrographic office.
the 100 mile record. years of ordinary driving given the A bottle was set adrift by Capt. S.
Chalmers in that, supreme 21-hour test Nagahue of the Tamba Maru, Japan
These tests were made ever the answers every question as to the sta- ese, August 17, 1915, 900 miles east of
S lpa fa y Spd vay 'hey arblilit y of the Chalmers. Kamchatka, was recovered May 't5 last
offcia an wee ante wth he ane - Where can you get. eqiual value for neiar Moelips, Wash. Another bottle,
your money? Tlhe speed an power set adrift in December, 1914, off Cape
'Whenever You Need a General Tonic champion for several hundred dollars Corrientes, Mex., was founud February
Take Grove's- less than other tars; no car In its 22 last 240 miles north of Christmas
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless class approaches it. Thlese prices island, in the latitude of the Hlawaiian
chill Tonic is equally .valuable as a wont last. islaunds.
Geeal on:icp beuei otaes inI Y'ou are advised to boo0k your orders A third bottle, tossedl from the
end IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives now. _choner_._H.MarsenbCap._W
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and ..a .Wanin February 14, 1915, 2,040 miles
Builds up the Whole System. 60 cents. AIDVERTISE IN THlE TIM ES. east of Chile andI 660 miles south of
Easter Island, was pickedup Ja) Tnuary~
--21 Ist four miles south of Wanganul!
island, Newv Zealaml.
____ Clock Dials for Summer.
- -Instead~ of mioving the hhands of the
-- - -clock forwardl and hack at the time of
.. ('Ihanginag from staindard to summer
~ 1~1 1 r111time, iand vice versa, a plan recently
,'-\ proposedi in England is to hiave clocks
II) 'vII providedit wit h an adjuistiable dliii. Thbe
~ !III' ~circular' disk of the dial would be put
~jjt3 i) ' ~in~ lace by screwrs in curved slots, iand
the diaI would be rotated through one
~ ~ ~- ~ hour sace at the timile of iing the
if -It is claimed that this pin ais especil
~' ~I ~ I y desirable in the case of stik ing
i-i-- - ioc'ks, thle bands of which anniot h
'"\\\W h~~W~I bd 41 moved back. Thle 1pos Ion of the dhil
e~u~iit"'I~t1'"' would also indicate wvhethier thie clock
I. ,, / ~ w ad keeping sumer' or infrnui timIhe.
', ~ ~ 'IThe object ion to this procedure, of
<.~ ~ ~ u a is t hit praci leiIllv ever'~vboly
-- It huout anuy atteation to the fIgures on
- -r~ 'r bor rute dlal.
lr...+'I\-eSolves Problem'r of Stray Whale.
- Iiuon of whait to dio w~ih a stray whlal e
S that is waishied up on shore'. After dhis
S posing (of the flesh and oil to a refinery,
the b~ones may be mounted on shoire
and kept as a permanent natural his
e Delied Re-tory exhibit.
* ' ~ ~e'e~ri 6' ~That is what the city offIcIals (lid
It ~~ 7 3. . with a whale which was washed aushoro
t ~there, according to the Popular
Science Monthly. It was welcomed
with openI armes and1 the bones were
(+ Seid saved asian educational M..ur' for the
b~enefit of the schoel childreu of the
~~8W Snt r 0ca68-0018801n0co\0\city and for interested adult::.
%, g-, *Since there was no building avail
Kvary-able large enough to accommodate It,
Whaw. Jt was set up in an open lot andi fenced
And Was- Run-Down, Weak and
Nervous, Says Florida Lady.
Five Eottles of Cardui
Made Her Well.
Kathleen, Fla.-Mrs. Dallas Friue,
of this placo, says: "After the birth
of my last child...I got very much
run-down and weakened, so much
that I could hardly do rnytih:g ;
-ill. I was so awfully nervous t!:
I could scarcely endure the lonu
noise. My condition was gettia
wor:o all the time...
I knew I must have romno relief c:
I would soon bto in the bed and i: :
seriou;s condition for I felt so ba:
and was so nervous and' weak I eo:ic
hardly lire. My iusbard askd Dr.
- about my taking Ca:rdl. ;.
'~afd, 'It's a good medicine, and ra-o
f.r that troublo', so he got 1'20 5 he'
: s...After about the second botce )
1dt gtat'y Improved...before tain,.
t my limbs and hands and aux,
would go to sleep. /.fMe' taking It
iowever, this roor circa*. tion 'i',
feared. My strength camo back to
silo and I was soon on the road to
Yer.lth. After the use of about 5 but
tic:a, I coeld do all my l'ou:-e.worl
ad ettend to my six children be.
a can feel efto in giving Cardu!
tho-oi:uli trial for your troubles. It
Ncontalns no harmful or habit-for.ia
1t'nci, bi)i. i.1 composed of mild. veg;e
l'e, medicinal ifl redie nts with no
:rid after-(effects. Thousands of \omen
are, Vwounriiily wrtitian, telling of
i.e rood Cardul has done them. I
otcld hel, you, too. Try it. I i4
SHRINE OF THE "HOLY COAT"
Cathedral at Treves Contains One of
Most Jealously Guarded Relics
of the Roman Church.
At intervals of many years the old
Prince Bishopric of Treves, wakens out
of Its half-slumbering condition and
becomes the center of a great pilgrim
age. Besides its numerous Roman re
uains, this quiet old town, claiming to
he 1,300 years older than Rome, is the
shrine of the "Holy Coat," one of the
most jealously guarded relies in the
possession of the Roman church.
The citizens of Treves are very
proud of this seamless garment, and
they have given it a prominent place
on their coat-of-arms, says the Dundee
Advertiser. It was not until 119tG that
the "Holy Coat" was placed over the
high altar, but it was not exposed to
the publie gaze for some three hundred
years afterward. It was kept in a se
cret place of the cathedral known only
to a few, and there were many who
doubted its existence. A guide book
of 1814 says:
"The existence of the relic at pres
ent Is rather doubtful-at least, It is
not visible. The attendants of the
church say it is walled up." All doubts
were removed in 1844, when Archbish
op Arnoldi announced a centenary
jublilee, at which it was exhibited to a
million and a half of pilgrims from all
parts of the world. The coat is a loose
garment with wide sleeves, very sim
ple in form, of coarse material, dark
brown in color, probably as the result
of age, and entirely without scam or
The Conceited One.
"I can't biear that young leading
man; lhe's so conceitedl. H~ow (10 you
manage to get along with him?"
"I always talk to him about him
self for a while, and then lie talks to
me about himself."--Life,
Some Manning Peopile Hlave Learned
Th'iat Neglect is D~angerous.
The slightest symptom of kidney
tr-ouble is far too serious to be over
looked. It's the small, ne-gleeted
roublles that so often leadi to serious
k idiney ailments. Tlhat pa in in the
":small" of you: back; those heaidache-s
andi (dizzy spells; that weak, weai-y,
worn-iout feel ingj, may ibe inature's
warning of kidney weakiness. Why
r-isk you:- life by neglectiing these
sympitoms ? Reach thie cause of the
troublle while the1(re yet, is time t- -be
gin treating your kidiieys at once with
a tied( anmd provedP~ k inliiy remedy.
N'o need to exp:erimnit--Dioan's K(id
ney 1i11s have bteen successfiuliy used
in thousands of cases of kidiney triou
blie for over 501 years. D~oan's Kidney
Pillis ar-e usedI and reconi nendedl
thiroiughout. thei' c iviIized world. En
rlirsedl at home. Read thiis Mad nniing
Ave., says: "'I was ini lhad shape- with
rhieuimatic pa~ins anld miy joints were
so stiff ail swollen, that. I coldc
hardily walk or dio any wvork. I hail
lizzy spells and headaches. My kid
ieys acted irregularly andl annoyed
mae considerably. I got Doan's Kid-l
ney Pills at the Dickson Drug Co.,
indl they relieved the rheumatic paiins
Fand benefited me1 inl every way.I
<eep) Doan's oni hand all the time and
they (do me world1s of good."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't.
iimply~ ask for a kidney remedly
get Dean's Kidney Pills-the same
:hat Mrs. Reardon had, Foster-Mil
Jurn Co., Props., Buffalo, . Y -.av
U A 1, government toabrii the total
NEW LOANS MADE thu far advanced to the a'lies up to
TO ALED NATIONS ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES.
The Quinine That Does Not Affect the Head
$0ashington, Sept. 19.-L oans of Because of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA.
$50,000,000 to Groat B3ritain and $20,- TI~ iot UNN sbte hnodnr
000,000 to France were made by the rngingin head. Remember the full name and
look for the signature of E~. W. GROVZ$. 30c.
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 brine
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 commecelC getting~ ready for
the bo0l1 weevil. We have a suipply of seed
on hiand that we will sell at $2.50 a busbel
*of one or miore bushels.
75 cents a peck in (quantities less than
T$2.40 a buIshel in originial bajs 2 and~ one..
half buIshels each.
Onie-haif bushel will plant onie acre ini
three foot rows. Yields from 16 to 40)
buIshlels an acre.
We Quiarantee a cash market for all that
This is the most promising new crop
that has ever beeni introduced in this sec