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to be had for the Money.
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goods we handle.
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the fact tht we are sel
and Tools of every
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[ where procured1 an~d al
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at and fortify for tht future.
to succeed. Begin today with $- al
seen demands incident to human n
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the best line of
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he public mindKt
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paperIzvestia. The bolshevist govern
ment has warned the public that it
will suppress any atempts at revolt
with an. iron hand.
. Moscow advices report a peasant
' rising against the bolsheviki in the
rest also Kuhatchevo district. Six red
have been killed there. Anarchic un
rest is said to prevail on the Briansk
Archangel (voa London) Aug. 25.
An official anouncement issued here
today denies the charge made by
Lenine and Trotsky that the British,
French, and 'American forces disem
barked at Archangel are "brigands
I caling upon the proletariat to fight
'The allies, says the statement, were
s invited by the legitimate government
,t of the northern region as represented
by the constituent assembly, for the
expulsion of the Germans and the in
validation of the Brest-Litovsk treaty,
"traitorously signed by the bolshe
The statement adds that the allies
k however, distinctly specified that they
had no intention of mixing in the in
k I ternal government affairs.
e DAMAGED IN STORM
'Toulon, via Paris, Aug. 25.-The
rAmerican steamer Chaster Sun, dam
ajged in a storm, has been brought in
I to this port by an American destroy
. er which hastened to her help in re
sponse to wireless calls.
s Available shipping records do not
contain the mne of the vessel men
t tioned in the above dispatch.
REJEC'lE lHY GERMANY
.Basle, (via Paris), Aug. 25.-The
-risis between Germany and Spain
e over the U-boat controversy has been
further intensified by Germany's re
ported non-acceptance of Spain's pro
test against the continued German
y submarine offensive on Spanish ship
e. ping. In that protest Spain had threat
ened to confiscate an interned German
vessel for every Spanish ship here
after sunk by a U-boat. Germany, ac
d cordmng to the official Nord Deutsche
- Allejrenwine Zeitung, has declined to
accept the Spanish position.
In diplomatic circles it is reported
that Berlin objects particularly to the
threatening tone adopted by Spain.
Germany fears a "crawl" in response
tLo the Spanish threat would greatly
Terrible Suffering From Headache,
Sideache, Backache, and Weak
ness, Relieved by Cardui,
Says This Texas Lady.
Gonzales, Tex.- Mrs. Minnie Phil
pot, of this place, writes: "Five years
ago I was taken with a pain in my
l. left side. It was right under my
- left rib. It would commence with an
d aching and extend up into my left
d shoulder and on down into my back.
n By that time the pain would be so
severe I would have to take to bed,
y and suffered usually about three days
...I suffered this way for three years,
h and got to be a mere skeleton and was
so weak I could hardly stand alone.
Was not able to go anywhere and had
to let my house work go...I suffered
awful with a pain in my back and I
had the headache all the time. I just
rwas unable to do a thiing. My life
was a isery, my stomach got. in an
c wful condition, Caused fromt taking
so rnuch mnedicino. I suffeoredl so xiuchr
S Tpain. I had just about g von uip all
hopes of our getting anything to help
S One day a Birthday Almanac was
"thrown In my yard. After reading
its testimonials I decIded to try Car
dul, and am so thankful that I did,
for I began to Improve when on the
second bottle...I amn now a well
-woman and feeling fine and the cure
y has been permanent for it has been
.0 two years since my awful bad health.
- I will always praise anrd recommnend
>f Cardul." Try Cardul today. E 78
iluRA NTl & El.1ER JE,
(I Attorne(ys at Law.
MANNING, S. (.
R. 0. Purdy. S. Oliver O'Hryan.
PL'Rl)Y & ('HRYAN,
MANNING;. S. C.
n Attorneys and Counsenlors at l~aw.
Attorney at L~aw,
OffJice Over Hom~ne flank & Trust (o.
M~ANNING, S. C.
On Fis-Class Real Estate Mortgages
-PUIRDY & O'IRYAN,
Attorneys at Law,
y MANNING, S. C.
J. W. WID)EMAN
r Attorney at law
Offices Adjoining "Trhe H'eraild" Hldg
DR. J. A. COLE.
t MANNING, S. C.
t Upstairs Over Weinberg's Corner
OVER HER TROUB[E[
nee Was "Most Wretched Person,
Says Mrs. Greene
BUT NOW IS HAPPY
ained 10 Pounds After Taking Tar
lac and Improved Considerably
"Before I began taking Tanlac
as the most wretched person I ex
!ct, you ever saw, but now I am a
tppy as I can be over the good tha
anlae has done me," said Mrs. Map
ie Greene, of 1219 Avenue A, Ene
"For a long time I suffered fro:
digestion and stomach trouble, sh
ntinued, "and had grown so wea
om loss of energy that I really too
> interest in anything. I would sul
r for hours from gas on my ston:
11 that made me dizzy and gave nm
ilpitation of the heart. I fell of
itil I weighed only 95 pounds an
as so weak and run down I coul
do any work about the house.
as so nervous that at times I trem
ed all over, and I got more cro
id fretful. I was not like myself
I and was growing more desponder
"Nothing I took seemed to reach m
oubles, and I just went from bad t
orse. My husband got a bottle r
anlac for me, and as soon as I be
um taking it I started to impro%
tl began to eat and my appetit
at better every day. The disagre<
le fulness does not trouble me an
ore after meals, and I just feel fin
t fact, I do not know what it is t
ave a pain now. I sleep like a to
night, have gained ten pounds, ar
veryone tells me I look like a di
Tarlac, the Master Medicine, is sol
Dickson's Drug Store, Manninj
W. Nettles, Jordan; Shaw & Plov
ma, New Zion; Parners' bsupply Cc
London, Aug. 25.-Seventeen thm
tnd prisoners have been taken by til
ritish Third and Fourth armit
nee August 21. Field Marshal llai
anounced in his official day bull
Along the whole front between A1
is and the region east of Albert t
ritish made important headway la:
ight and today capturing a numbt
f important places, particularly c
at.h sides of Bapaume.
The text of the statement follow:
"Our attack north of the Somme
'Our troops hold the road from A
-rt to Bapaume as far as the ou
cirts of Lesars and have capture
ontalmaison and Warlencourt an
"North of Bapaume we have take
apignies and Behagnies.
"The number of prisoners taken i
te third and fourth armies on tI
ittle front since the morning of t
1st of August and passed throug
>lecting stations now exce' ds 17,00,
"A counter attack atempted by ti
c'my early last night against our pc
tions recently gained north of Bai
ul (Ihaders) broke down under of
IN RUSSIAN ltEVO1l/f
A msterdami, Aug. 25.--T weat
Lrsons, including three membilers of
reign commission, have been kill<
Pvt rogradl in the course (if counte:
'volutionary riots, acordling to Mo:
>w dIispatches tonight.
Moscow papers state that a counte
*vohntionary movement headed t
enral A lexieff andl schedluled 1
reak out on August 2, was sui
re'ssedl by the arrest and execution<
ght leaders of the movement. TI
Lirlos~e of the counter-revolt was1
revent the dispatch of troops to ti
Ini the Voilogda, Vladimir, Viatl
cal other districts, a revolut ionar
ovemient has been sulpressed wvit
rent. blood:,hed, the dlispatches stat
hre'e h'undred white guaIrds are sai
have been killed.
A revoalt by the constantly-ince
g white guards in Russia is imm
at ,aeording to the Moscow newv
A GOOD FRIEND
A good friend stands biy you who
need. Manning people tell ho,
J)an's K idney Pills have stood th
st. W. R. White, of So. Boundry St
amuiiig, endorsed D~oan's tena year
o( and again confirmis the stor,
mld you ask for more convincin
Mr. WVhite gave' the following stat<
eat., Mar'ch 19, 1908: "I suffere
th kidney trouble for some year;
would have to get up a good det
ring the night to pass the kidne'
eretions, which wvere highly colore
id1 contaimed a brick-dust like sed
at. I suffered constantly wvith bacd
hies andl there were sharli pair
ross my loins, My back ached badl
d I eertainly was in misery. I use
>an's Kidney Pills and they gav
splendid relief, making me fee
tter in every way."
NEARLY TEN YEARS LATE~R
February 15, 1918, Mr. White said
t is alwars a pleausure to recorr
:'nd Dioan s Kidney Pills. I foun
em the only remedly that did me an
od1; in fact Doan's cured me of a
Price 60c, at all dlealers. Don
nply ask for a kidney remedy-g
'an's Kidney Pills-the same the
.White had. Foster-Milburn Co
ir. Buffnlon N. V
Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Restored Her Health.
Philadelphia, Pa.-"I wns very weak
always tired, my back ached, and I fell
sickly most of the
time. I went to E
doctor and he said
1 had nervous indi.
stion, which ad.
< to my wealk
con~cdition kept me
II ~ worrying most of
V (~I the time-and he
< said if I could not
step that, I could
not get well. I
I.vdia E1. Pink ham's
potin- ny iohand ? - , ,e to trv it.
I took it fors wee!: -, 'ittle set
ter. I kept it up for r(-e months, and
l feel fine and e'n . t ;nvtlaig now
without(distress or n " ousn's . '- Mrs.
J. WoRTuNn, 2SL :' rth 'T aylor .
The majority of mothers nowadays
overdo, there are so mnany derands
upon their time and strength; the result
is invariably a weakened, run-down,
nervous condition with headaches, back -
ache, irritability and depression - and
soon more serious ailments develop.
It is at such p eriods -in life that Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will
restore a normal halithy condition, as
it did to Mr t,,
impair her prestige, not alone with th
neutrals but with her allies witi
neutrals, but with her al!ies wit1
whom German dictatorial influene
already has been gravely shaken b:
German defeats in the west. The con
sensus of political observers is tha
Germany is bluffing and will even
tually back down.
Madrid advices to the German pres
state that the German ambassador t
Slain has gone to Satander to se
King Alfonso personally.
It is by no means certain, ;.l'oerdin;
to well-informed ob::ervers of the in
trnational situation, that Alfonso wil
see the German envoy.
T he whole Spanish-German crisi
is likened in some quarters to th
situation between Germany and th
United States just hefore America ac
cepted the state of war cIeated b
Germany's sustained unrestricted U
boat warfare. It will be recalled tha
the (;e'man amb a Il lassa(or in Washing
ton ((Caunt von BIirnstoirff) vas i
those days bending might and main t
make felt at the White House what
ever personal influence he may hay
believed he could exert, and that h
tried mfiten and vainly to "have a talk
with President Wilson, who, howevei
clearly realized that Ierlin's acts wel
co'(ntiniuhlly and diametrically in coi
tradetion of its envoy's beseechin
All reports from Madrid agree tha
Spain, after four years of long suffer
ing and patience involving hardship
and humiliation, has finally made n
her mind to adopt an Unswerving at
tit ude of defiance toward the Germa
U-boat offensive, and that the Spanis
!olernment is at hast. fully resolved t
take all c(onsequences of such an at
The next few days, there ore, ar
expected to bring eitiher a (;eraa
h:ckl-down, or sharpening of the crisi
which mary enlist Spain definitely i
the ianks (if the powers fighting (;ei
'I'lli: I'NI\ IitSIY'''
ON WAlL ilASlS NO%\
T lhe a lunmnus whol mayi', chance' t
st roll on the cimpuits next faill wi
harlyl recognlize hiis alIm a mator .lb
teirially shle will bie mutch the sanu,
though the beautiful new law buiilin
with its classic exterior aind the tramll
folrimed D eSaussure wvill : attract hi
eye. If' he happens to eniter cenitr:
l)eSanssure he will note with plems
u re t ha t attractive modernu wvellI-lIigh I
edI adm inilist rat ion offices ha ve talwe
the piae of the simi-suhterranien
niake-sh ifts in thle blasemenats ot th
But these chlang~es arie minor0 aln
slteirficiail. TUhe greatest tranrsformlla
ifon is thle chanie' froma thme onfet tere
r dl~onim of univer'sity life to rigi
uataryv diseilhne. Thei' war depart
imeint will he in control anid the stu
at thi~eiiniversity y the' aut harity a
oif this corps,15 if I8 toI 'l.i an nci
listed, and if unde11r I8. :n enrolle'l
solier inl the Unite'd StaItes ~ arm'
'l'his c'oirps will be ltrained I bylicompe
tent o fficeirs appoi(inltelI by'thie wa
vide armi, etiuipmaent andl un iform:
tw~'ooen), two shiit s, two~ pair a
I t yea thef i ."iro't difficuilte il
tral in fbIth batl io was111 ,\ thel huck II
I 'lxp'llerweI ('adet lofficers. N ext sey
with LOCA LXI A P'l'LI(CATI(ONS, a
they cannot reach the seatt oif the dis
ease. ('atarrhi is a local dhiseast
great ly inifluenced by conlmt fittiona11
condllitins, andi~ in order to curiei if vol
must fake an Pinterna remedly. 1lall'
('at arurrh Med i('ine is take'n interanaIlb
and)1 ac(ts t hru the blood( oni the niucou'
surfaces (if the system. Tiall's Catairr}
Med icine1 was prescribed by one (of t hi
biest phvsicians in this ('(ount ry foi
yeairs. It is ('ofmosedI of' soime (If thl
biest f ies(' known. cominedii(l w itl
some1 (If the best blood puiri fiers. 'The
per'ifect combination of the iingredienttn
inm flill's Cat airrrh Mued ic'ine is wvhal
produtces suich wondeorful i'esuilt s in ca.
tairrrhal c'ond~itionis. Send for testi
I". .J. CIIENEY & o.O., Props., 'Tole
All druiggists 75e.
Ihta!'s IEnmily Pills for rconstipa
training at Plattsburg, and about 45
students with a month or more of
training at this fine summer training
camp. These will materially aid in
the effciient training of the corps.
Ten hours per week will be devoted
to the military, four in allied subjects,
four in practical and two in theore
tical military instruction. The mem
bers of the S. A. T. C. have the status
of United States soldiers in the army,
but are not to be called into active
service except in cases of special mili
tary emergency. When they reach the
draft age they register with their lo
cal boardst and when in is stated that
they are members of the S. A. T. C.
they are placed in Class 5-D.-those
cngaged in military or naval service.
If the new draft law lowers the age
to 18 it is highly probable that all
young men 18-21 who are prepared to
enter college will be adowed to con
tine their course of study as long as
military conditions continue normal.
In any event, it is hit'hly important in
the present crisis for every young
1:n to get as much (iRec~t ion as pos.
As a c llege bred ma 'n he is a het..
ter (hainec to attend an officers' train.
rog (anp and get acommission. Fur
ther, he is better euipped to serve
his country, and if the war enis in a
year or twd his e.Ilnti.n3 will lie tim
Vith the American (.o the Aisn
\'esle Front. Aug. 25. --A ;though fires;
have hen huring fur three <bavs be
t we-en the Vesle and the. A isne, A iner
iean patrols last nii'ht, captured sev.
en "contacted" ( er(rmin patrols, prov
iny that the enein1: ha not. withdrawn
. his line despite the imenn:ee to his
Aisne-Vesle front fronm the north of
Soiss(ons, and the A merican infiltra
tion toward the Soissons- Rheims high
i road, which contines in spite of the
Imany German machine gun nest!.
The French Coromiss.ion of the Red
Cross has been requested by the Army
authorities to as-agn two women ife
hut s'ervicev for each aerollane camp
in I'ranc'e and i riorder tro select the
81 women who will he ieeded for this
service .\iss Alice Hill Chittenden will
visit a number of the Division (lead
Squarters next month. It. is not known
- exactly when \li ' (hittende(n will
I reach Atlant :, but the Southern Di
vision Huo reau of I'en-orrl wishes to
he able to put her ir. touch with suit
SaIle candIidat(s as soon :s she ar
rives. Thr re. w" Wroen who are in
ttrested in this s h-ei ". -v and feel that.
they (:a'n qualify under its exlc.ing
r-'(I iurements ta re' reue'steI to make
:tpplication iln 1t usual way for over
('sas 'e'v Ice as p'rm(lpltly as possible-.
'h: huts art int the nature of rest
-a1 e en)tion 'tat ions. (or flyer
v~~e " v(1'k is tssj"-:all': nerve ra::k
ner ' l the fre-Ioiulently have mouch
tile on their handis the ar in u:
isual nel of a wvholes-ome and h'on..
like ipponi tyllil V foir rltration.
e \W i(-in for thi- str m . !,lust he i.e
- t (''een :8 l and -i0 \eair- of m e(e an( th.
l French Comm3)is'ioImevr 3'-cif'ies that
c"(ndidlates shoubII be "Fine. strong,
t. 1 ' I looking w(onwn.-3. che( rfuil, recined
- int self-reliaint." All an lic:!,ions
s should he addressed, The Bureau of
a shonli he add rtssei. T chu Koreau of
- l'eIsonn1el. I9 i le l- IHuihiin:, At.
The Strong Withstand the Neat of
Summer Better Than the Weak
ild people who ar: feeble and younger t3''-lrop
b1u1 are weak, will be strengthened and enabd .,.
through! the depressing heat of summer by tak
i'l.t GRV E'S TASTELESS (hill TONIC. It puriti.
and enriches the blood and builds up the whule iys
item . You can soon feel its Strengthening, luvutor
atinl; Mlet. 0Oe.
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the highe-st hidr, f-or:i tsh, at the
- lot sawu noil an fxtutre's. 1at -f
tauo toos, onie r1 a3 --r and1 binder,
:1 lhe, fitl beIl, 31n3e ( hevro(1(l attet .
bie two mu3l1es, si head of1 hogs, -tet,
tobacco(3 hadn. flue-. tlbacco-( 5teiks.
33ny-( 3evety sa 58 V.1n. Jpress andi grist.
il, illnie enlm- and-3 boilet-. tne saw
-Iuloe 3333 \ tart, nle- bot tonlia saw ,n
jsharel (in two1d mile te ro wtlire,
NCw imi on CbIhne, mpny on
tio, imr o v aenoif. an '~h
nd makue. anho cu, one ri'e
grazingtol awr-i- } rag (.3n
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