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BY TANAC QUICKLY
SH[ WAS R TOR[D
Had Been in Bad Health Three Years,
GIVES HIGH PRAISE
.Gladly Recommends Tanlac, For She
Found it Fine Remedy
"It was a short time after I began
taking Tanlac beforc I became able
to do my housework," said Mrs. Fan
nie Ripley, of Gluck Mill, Anderson, in
'a statement she gave May 25th. "I
had been in bad health three years
when I began taking Tanlac, and (lur
ing the summers of 1914 and 1915 1
had not been able t odo my cooking.
I had suffered fro,n indligestion, and
everything I ate hurt me. I had very
bad spells of indige.dtion and head
aches andl nervous attacks. It was
soon relieved by Tanlac, however, and
indigestion was stoppedl. T'he Tanfiac
relieved the nervousness and head
aches right away. I sooni got so I
could sleep well and my whole system
was built up and strengthened. I am
doing all my housework nOW
"I am glad to recommendl Tanlac,r
for I found it to be such a fine reme
Tanlac, the Master Medicine, is sold
by Dickson's Drug Store, Manning;
HI. W. Nettles, Jordan; Shaw & Plow
den, New Zion; Farmers' Supply Co.,
Silver; D. C. Rhame, Summerton.
HONOR ROLL MANNING SCHOOL
Annie Sue Bradham-; Bertha Gallo
way, Elizabeth Harlee, Margaret Le
sene, Mary E. Plowvden, Cornelia
Sprott, Ruby Graham, Johin Edward
Arant, Francis Brown, George Dicy
son, James Dunbar, Conyers Horton,
Frederief Legg, John White.
Mary W. Heriot, 96; Ashton Plow
dlen 95; Zolla L. Harlee 95; Elizabeth
Orvin 94; Blanche Venning, 94; Alvin
Galloway, 94; Bonnie I. Bullard, 92;
Lula M. Mathis, 91; James Cole, 91;
Lester Miller 90.
Virginia Orvin, 96; Dorothy Ridgill,
93; Audrey Young, 98; Ruth Boyer,
91; Ruth Cothran, 90; Margaret
Creecy, 90; John D. Chewning, 90;
Clarence Breedin, 90; William Barron
90; Glenn Dickson, 90.
Drives Out Matar ia, Builds Up System
'thO, StanrdA general strth ning tonie,
Mplari enuicbtheb ood subuidmntheaye
Le of the cleve
one day nE
time to bu
is now, ai
Louise Brown, 95; Rosa Geiger 96;
Olivia Horton 93; Winnie Plowden 96;
Gertrude Rigby, 94; Stofo Bradham
91; Warren Clark 93; George Mahon
Virginia Coffey 94; Mattie Horton
94; Ruby Bullard 93; Elizabeth Rich
ardson 93; Chas. McElveen 92; Paul
ine Peary, 92; Ruth Dickson, 91; An
nie Mae McGrady 91; Ulysses Hodge
90; Sarah Ellen McKelvey 90; Mae
Mildren Smith 95; Lily Emma
Sprott 95; Corinne McKelvey 94;
Hattie Breedin 93; Williams Arant
92; Moultrie Bagnal 92; Edna Thames
92; Isabeile Young 93; Louise Young
92; Frances Brown 91; Margaretta
CclClark, 94; Annie Cochran 90;
Evelyn Cochran 90; .Mary Johnson 90;
Janie Keels 91; Sara Lesesne 95; Isa
bel Plowden 99; Lula Rigby 95; Als
ton Davis 95; Charles Davis 93;
James Dickson 90; Lucius Heriot 90
Herbert Moody,~ 94; Frederick Nm
muer 90; William Richardson96
Charles Wilson 96.
Statement of the Condition of
TH BANK Of PINWOOD
Located at Pinewood, S. C., at the
close of business March 4th, 1918.
Loans andl Discounts......$ 71,699.44
Bonds andi Stocks Owned
Furniture and Fixtures -... 500.00
Banking House-...----....---,400 .00
Due from Banks and Bank
Silver ' andi Other Minor
Coiri, --_.... -----..-.......325.75
Checks and Cash Items... 99.04
TOTAIfLABLTE $115.1 18.12
Capital Stock Paidi In ......$ 10,000.00
Undivided Profits, less
Current Expenses andl
Taxes Paid--...... --....3,027.28
to Check ......$70,190.94
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
Before me came R. A. Ridgill, Cash
ier of the above named bank, who be
ing duly sworn, says that the above
and foregoing statement is a true
condition of said bank, as shown by
the books of said bank.
R. A. RIDGILL.
Sworn to andl subscribed before me
this 16th day of March, 19118.
E. M. B3RADHAM,
P. H .BROUGHTON,
N. L. BROUGHTON,
FUL LINE 4
i.re made of t
each day gett
id we can
Ma'ry Metropol 98; Bernice Ala
brook 97; Estelle Alsbrook 96; Eliza
beth Creecy 96; Mary Sue Wilson 95;
Mary Rigby 94; Lynne Du Rant 93;
Craven Bradham 92; Grace Thames
92; Alice Clarkf 91; Bessie Mahoney
Catherine Arant 93; Martha Bur
gess 94; Virginia Ridgeway 94; Janie
Thames 93; Grace Nimmer 90.
Lela Margaret Dickson 93; Lillian
Plowden 93; Pearl Rawlinson 93;
Maude Sprott 93; Bessie Reardon 93;
Allan Harvin 92; Legare Harvin 92;
Elma Coskrey 92; Adger Alsbrook
90; Mary Davis 90; Helen Plowden
DAYIS CROSS ROADS
Mrs. C. A. Harvin dlelightfull yen
tertained the "Fancy Work Club'" at
har home Friday afternoon. After con
':rcation had been enjoyed, the guests
were servedl a salad course with ice
tea. The following ladies were pres
ent: Mesdames Eugene Richbourg: J.
T. Touchberry, C. A. Hanvin, J. Din
gle, C. M. Smith, I. Y. Eaden, Misses
May Bethune, Annie Dingl2, Dale
Boyce and Mamie Chewning. The at
tendance was small at the meeting on
account of sickness.
Miss Luda Williams and Mr. Clif
ton Lettirngham of Bishopville were
Mrs. W. B. Davini has returned af
ter several wveeks visit wvth her moth
er and in Charleston.
Mirs.E. 0.Rowe is sick wvith meais
Mrs. JT. M. Davis has been sick, but
we are glad to know that she is im
NiWru. C. M. Smith and (laughter,
Marjorie, have been visiting in Bish
opvi leI, S. C.
Primary-John Elliot Rowe; Clifton
Brenson ,Eva Ward.
Second Grade--Clara M. 1howe,
Irene Billups Mary Esther McKnight
Roland Chewning. William Brunson.
Fourth Grade--Olin Rowe, Willie
Fifth Grade-Claud Rowe.
Sixth Grade-Hugh Billups, Carl
(Signed) Dale Boyce,
Several Hurt In Wreck
Temple, Tex., March 17.-Five peor
sons were seriously injured andl three
slightyl hurt at Huber, a few miles
north of here, today, when a south.
bound Missouri, Kansas and Texas
passenger train crashed Into a freight
on the sidling.
C A ST OR I A
E IS HERE! AI
Suits and Dresses !
and best values the market can
he season's smartest fabrics and
st==Come at Once!
ing more Springy and every day
we wish to remind you that the
ORDS and DAINTY PUMPS
>lease you and save you money.
im MercantIle Co. p
R, S. C.
NEW EASTER FROCKS
COAT SUITS-of Pony styles, flares, bustles, sport models in tan, hydro
plane blue, grey, Khaki, navy and black.
COATS-of light weight Velours, Gabardines, Silvertones in full and three
quarter lengths-all colors.
D)RESSES-A purchase of these lovely creations enables us to give you a
real bargain in your Spring Dress. While they last we are selling these newest
styles made of Plain Taffeta, Crepe de Chene, Crepe Georgette, Silk Ging
ham, Foulard and Pussy Willow at prices from $9.98 up.
Millinery News !
This department invites your' inspection, having now a complete stock of
Shapes becoming to all types. Pokes, Front and 'Back Flares, Lisere Sailors,
ad res mrt-of o.king Trimmings in Porn Poms, Quills, Fruit and a tremen
We Trim Your Hats Free of Charge,
in the latest style wvhen materials and shapes are purchased here.
SILKS-Our long-looked for Silks, comprising Cotiseli Tiaffetas Silk Pop
lin, Wash Satins in the light shades, Silk Gingham, Satin Foulard, Georgette
A real French Ci'epe to match any dress looks and wears better than Geor
gette, only, a yard --_..__----------------------- ------ -----.- ----..50c
Everything new in Neckwear. So you will see that we have everything p~er
taining to dress from cute hats and pretty Dutch Collars to Phoenix Hosiery
and Mahogany Slippers.
THE BIG STORE ON THE CORNER. - - MANNING.S C.e