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1ou Can't Cure R
If you are afflicted with Rheu
rnatism, why waste time with lini
ents, lotions and other local ap
:c ations that never did cure
Xiicumatism, and never will?
Do not try to rub the pain away,
fog you never will succeed Try
the sensible plan of fifiding the
cause of the pain. Remove the
cause, and there can be no pain.
You will pever be rid of Rheuma
tism until you cleanse your blood
ABOUT MR. LANSING
All Gossip In Capital Centers Around
EXPECT CONGRES STO ACT
May Determine What Constitutes Dis
ability of President by Legisla
Washington, Feb. 15.-Secretary
Lansing's enforced resignation con
tinues to hol dthe attention of official
Washington and all the talk among
politicians, members of Congress and
government officials continues to cen
ter about it. Gossip as to the prob
able successor to the forme- secretary
of state is even subordinatwd to dis
cussion of the sensational climax to
the strained relations between Presi
dent Wilson and the former secretary
of State which now are known to
have been in existence more than a
Such terms as a "crisis" in the cabi
net are freely used, and in a sense
find color in the frank acknowledge
ment of Secretary Lane that he was
equally responsible for the meetings
to which the President objected, but
the best information available in
dicates that there is no crisis, in the
sense that more secretaries are likely
to resign; in fact it has been stated
at the White I-louse that no more res
ignations are expected as a result (f
Opinion in Congress continues di
vided with opponents of the peace
treaty supporting Mr. Lansing's posi
tion and talking of some action to de
termine how the executive business of
the government is being conducted
during President Wilson's illness
There is even cloak room talk of some
sort of legislation to specifically de
fine what constitutes the disability of
a President, more clearly than is pro
vided in the constitution. So far it is
all in the realm of talk; no member
of Congress has brought forward any
proposal for legislation.
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I maintain t
in which all
to be best i
I, complete mi
I to-date plani
I F. S. ROYS
5Norfolk, Va, Richmond, Va.
j ~Washington, N. C. SL
rents and Lotions.
of the germs that cause the dis
ease. S. S. S. has no equal as a.
blood cleanser scores of sufferers
say tluit it has cleansed their
blood of Rheumatism, and remov
ed all trace of the disease from
Get. a bottle of S. S. S. at your
drug store and get on the right
treatment to-day. If you want
special medical advice, address
Medical Director, 19 Swift Labora
tory, Atlanta, Ga.
The chief discussion seems to range
about whether President Wilson knew
of the cabinet meetings which have
been going on for the months until
he wrote his letter asking for Mr.
Lansing's resignation. Probably no
one but the President himself and
three or four persons most closely
around him can answer such a ques
tion specifie.cily; but it is being
pointed out in discussion of the inci
dent that reports of the cabinet meet
ings have been printed regularly in
the newspaper; that it has been
stated at the White House that the
President reads the papers every (lay
and that in some instances, at least
official action which the President
took on some subjects was after these
subjects had been discussed at the
More than Meetings.
Persons who are well informed of
what has been going on in' the inside
of the administration hold to their
belief that the cabinet meetings were
only an incident and that President
Wilson himself in one of his letters to
M,r. Lansing referred to other and
more important reasons when he
wrote that the cabinet meeting inci
dent only strengthened a feeling he
had had for some time and that for
some months he had found the Secre
tary of State yielding to his decisions
with more and more reluctance.
The affair is expected to probably
come up in Congress again to mor,.
row. Mr. Lansing meanwhile has de
nied himself to all callers. It is un
derstood that he may spend a short
vacation in Florida before going to
his home in Watertown, N. Y.
DIES OF EX'OSURE
ON MOUNTAIN TRIP
Charles MacVeagh, Jr., of New York,
and Companion Start on Snow
l)ub!in, N. H1. Feb. 15.-Charles Mac
Vearh, ,Jr., of New York, a graduate
SPdent at Princeton and son of the
counsel for the United States Steel
Crorat ion died of exposure on
Mount Mm adnock early today during
bree very extensive chemical I
materials are thoroughly tested,
can ever enter into Royster g<
Eoreign markets are picked ox
r materials; then I formnuhto't
n which my life-time ex;
or each crop for which
a results of all this care is, ni
xture which is really the "las
, you see, I am justified in feelix
Products, which come from our
TER GUANO (
Lynchburg, Va. Tar boro, N. C. Chi
artanburg, S. C, Atlanta, Ga, Macon
, Aa. Baltimore, Mdd. Toledo, Ohia
in attempted snowshoe trip to the
iumit in company with Charlton
eynders, of New York, a senior at
The young men sarted on their
;rip early yesterday afternoon in ex
:ellent weather but soon a blinding
mnowstorm and right winds developed,
making it impossible for them to
reach the summit. When a half mile
from the top they abandoned the at
tempt and started on the return. But
it that time it was dusk' and soon
they lost their way in the growing
larkness and driving storm. More
)vcr, deceived by the mild, clear
weather, when they started they were
thinly clad, without overcoats, hats or
Falls Several Times.
MacVeagh soon showed signs of ex
haustion, falling several times and
about 9 o'clock dropped unconscious
Reynders who was also suffering from
exhaustion protected his companion
is best he could, but MacVeagli died
it four o'clock this morning.
At about the time MacVeagh fell un
anscious, Fred Nettleton caretaker
it the MacVeagh estate here, who had
become alarmed at the failure of th
JNO. G. DINKINS
MANNING, S. C.
DuRANT & ILLERBE
Attorneys at Law
MANNING. S. C.
R. 0. Purdy. S. Oliver O'Bryan
PURDY & O'BRYAN
Attorneys and Counselors at Law.
MANNING. S. C.
Attorney at 0Law
MANNING, S. C.
Loans Negotiated on Real Estate
MONEY TO LOAN
On Real Estate--Small and Large
Loans. Long Terms.
.J. W. WIDEMAN
:MANNING. S. C.
II. C. CURl'TIS,
M ANiiNG, S. C.
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er for the
em in just
ilizer is in
t word" in
Lg proud ofI
ardotte, N. C. Columbia, S. C.
Ga. Columbus, Ga.
E~pidemies of Influenza usually
the public of a return of Influenza tl
Influenza is becoming epidemic agair
infection, a duty not only to self but
In the epilemic of 1891 it wa
five of this disease. Last year pre
and on a stupendous scale. No cat:
Oil of IE ucalyptus, combined with otl
IEucapine Sah~e. Every citizen shoe
against the Flu germs which infect
leading to the air passages is the bet
becoming epidemic. Eucapine prote
If You Take Flu
by careless exposure and failure to
properly sterilize the air passages the
doctor should be called immediately.
If neither doctor nor nurse are to be
had, take a good purgative. Reduce
the aching and fever by taking Aspi
tone (2 tablets) every hour till the
fever is mastered. Rub the throat and
chest with Iiufapine. Fill tlw nostrils
and sniff it hack into the throat. Put
some iscaipin' On the hack of the
tongue. Swallowing a little, no larger
than a peil, will do good rather than
harm. I'lace a teaspoonful in a coffee
pot with water, bring to a hoil and in
hale the steam through a pasteboard
funnel. Keep up this treatment per
sistently till the doctor arrives. Many
phvsicians will continue just. this treat
ment. and nothing more. Weakness and'
lnrt depression are characteristic of
Itilulienza. Plain Aspirin is slightly
Ian it depress:int. For that reasoin
.\spi tonte shoull ie used as it does not
depress tilie hott. cont aining willi
Asipirin a safe, siaht heart exhilarant
Ino count ract the .Iiglhtly depressing ef
feet of the Aspirin
Your druggist caln supply Aspitonte
tablets, :;5e the bo4!:, and iom-pine
Halve 50e the. .iar. If yom' druggist.
dioes not. keep it order by inil frioi the
Eicapine Sailvc is indicated in
skin and is t herefore uselil in treat
sores, burns, briises, iseit bities, s
of I lie air passages ail as a curat iv
emitly used, entirely dependable. l ai
TIh Piedmont La
young men to return started up the
mountain on snowshoes it an at- 1
tenlpt Li find them. Ile discharged t
his revolver frequently and eventually f
Reynders heard and answered with his t
Nettleton assisted Reynilers down -
the mountain and returned for the
body, bringing it out just before
\acVeagh was 22 years of age an-I
was graluated from Harvard last I
.June. I e was specializing in lani
guages at Princeton.
CLAIMS GEEN C(OfTON
J)alton, Ga., 'eb. Ii5.--C. F. O'lriant
a farmer residingt in the l'leasatt
(rbove di:trict of this (ount', claims
to have produced cotton tie staple of
whichi is a pronoutntced g;reen, lilms at
'ilt i in the objective long soughl t;Lby,
Sa:gricuilturalists :and scientists.
The samptlesC ofi this "viridetscent"'
etioni is of bteatiful green color and
cf very' lin:- texturte ad fibre, resem *t
Mr. O'Br-ian t Itas expter'iment elif
years int his etot to ptrodu ce cot iont
plat beating a colote:l libre andh Itas
anntountced htis intentioni oif prodluci
at full crotp oft hti. new tst:tle th co
l'COIimllGIN I.OVI: i
of' alhchtmyi, ant o-e in wiih evey
thing is turnted to till. Nothiintgi
wasted if t here is imotney in it. l'ot
tuntes are mitale not. only fromti t rade
itn jiuck, but front tamie ini juunk afC
went. fortht itt scartb of his rivtIal soul
fiught. a duel wvith him. IL was, of
ilourse, fiolish, for the s;wrdt r pistol
coul not. guarantee justice, anil often
injtury was addedl to injury. Yiit, thiera
was somethinig rattetr mtanly abtout it.
A ruinted homte was a tratgedy anid
mttightI becomte a dlouble tragedy; but
at. least it was niot, mtade the basis (of
a comnmercial entterpris.
But, we have chtangedl all that. To- ]
day, wvhent a woman enses tot love her
htuisbandt, or a mtan htis wife, thtere is
Sthe samnie kern searcht ;(or antother mant
or womtan int thte case, but thte object
is to d iscover' whetheri thIe amfnity htas
anty mtontey. Not :..ways, but, far toot I
Damage suits for alienation of' affee I
Lion have btecoime commtierclal rentr
prti.ises. Iitusbandsl and wIves e.ro suting
for mioro money than thtey could hope
to earn honestl yin a lifetime.
NOTICE OF l)ISCIhIARGE .
I wvill apply to the Judge of Piro..
hate for Clarendon Counly. on the 23
(lay of' February 1920, at 11 o'clock a. e
mi. for Letters of Dischanrge as admiin- d
istrator of the estate of' Joe Burgen,
R. D. McF'addin, c
Sardinla. S. C.. Jan. 19. 1920-p-d. c
EUCAP I |
cover two seasons. Medical nuthorit ie's
Is winter. 'Tlie ii'stmy of the disease jin
it is the cluty of every citi.en to take
to the public for every ease developed eor
I discovered in En!hnil that Oil of Elncal
parations containing this :superb antisep
.rrh germ or similr: enenies of human
ter volatilo oils in a relinel petrolatum
il(1 use it, in nostrils aned throat three
the atmosphere during the epilemi. ']
t possible health insancanue at. the p resen
ets against infection of colds, coughs, iso
To the Doctor
The following is the liualitative for- I
nuila for l'ucapine Salve. 'l'h' Tianti
tative formula will he sent you together don
with a full sized jar of the salve on o.
receipt of your reiiuest. If you hav
not. alreatly proven tI- gre:it vahn (i we
this fornula in your ptactice, yom wit: ."
le greatly Ileasel with results wh
usedi ns an inhalant inl stemn11 vanoet or" slw
whent appliedi in th~roatl lnrl nostrils nuel I~~
wi'rever udirectly applieed to any in
tlhiun('d surface. It is alitiseplti.. an:1l- ow
g'si' aind nut iphlogist ic an< only .
slightly ruhefacieot. ' n
Oil itli lvptius Globulni
(if Pinus Shilvstrit
Thoroughly mixed in proper ratio sto
anl s1 eiien'e a ul at proper lmpet a- as
ture, with relined Petrolatum base.
Antiseptic Analgesic Antiphiogistic !"
Prevents nelieves Allv a' I1
ini'-ition Pain in;iflanitiiiiti on 4"
all case of inilammiation of nemibranes
nerit of 1lutlnrup, pneumonia, so
kin tbrasions, sunbtirn, blisters, sore fee
Sirent iliient in inilalluinatorv comlition1s
iifactiltd only bv
No need.'( t:> w:asto anly symlpathl, onl
i vic'tinize'd aflinity. lie deserves all
lat ('nit ms to him. BuL there is room
)r publlic opinion to operate againtla
be love profiteers, as well as the love ti
irates.-Satn Francisco l;lalle'.in. I,
- l''-;('1TI'OI S' SA L.1: We will sell
tL publi" auctionl in front, of the ('ourt
I(ose ill anning. South (Carotina,
n t .+n i'. t' : rst hl ' of \Ii l l
120, it. 12 o'clock noon, for ensh, the
wIII' rea estate belo ing t't the
tiitte Iof W. l ll-rvin, del ased.
N'htis s to bE Inlprs.n1e of iwe.r
fh e iined in the ist Wilan Test..
uegt of the said W. S aott IIarvin,
All that E uca, 'ireel of lot, of land
unte in thelA Town of Plnnin,
'lr. ion ('i. i I H . o;:th (' r l (I i.
simanh i Harin t; IdStu by rok.i
: r't ;I yI h b:; ia s rotyf th C xai
un W tb lili cols i i ich ret says: a
n.i i (,11 1'+"". t I)n ' r n!.; i' n I. (li:
' neir thl that is fonr w .I
hxex reoit liw iin im -yo itwy .0
Te purich-vtm' tepuy t.f paeu-; it
M ods saly Amamia liarnnrofI
mt il i) i: lII. wr ill ll' i T
vey is ane, if 13501 acfl3.?'(fEE"iitg toE1"
THos tilg Ptt~lm bingr fll a
-tN ext talo iExpresso Ofe. h
I'r he B es adthot adins-n
hac for months been warning
titlied this warning and now that
all possible precantions against
slitutes a new renter of in feetion.
yptus15 was. e'ltl't ive asta preventa
i' oil were u'ed very efl'cet ively
health enn live in its presence.
bas(' cons! ittles the formula of
or four timles a dacty to protect
his sterili'atiotn .of the orilices
t time when the disease is again
ro throat, catarrh, etc., as well.
To the Druggist
,.at year driting the Intlue'nza epi
ie, we were overvhelmed wit h rusi
er~s for Euceapinte to the egrenesthat
were utterly unable to till all odr
m rany had to b(' enneelledl from o ur
'r irnibility to mnInufacture Euen
Sallt"' fast enough. 'this year,
4 to ourl extensive advertising cam
gil tli norru1al bltsint'ss is much
.lr 1I1 we iuay again be unable to
ply the full (1ieianl.
f your sun-k is Low, order at once
ivtoil the possibility of shortage on
h i'ters. 'T'here is no (langer in
'king liberally to Imeet emergencies
the rapidly growing popularity of
rapirne Salve assur~es a ste:><ly and
slantly increasing <lemande.
S.you have failhl to stock it tus
orler from yior' jobber at once.
'i'e is tit other salve whleh exactlty
thll 1 of I"uealiro'. To substi
e is It <ii an injiistiie to your ens
t-rs. l:epinIe tdtes not blister the
1 cits or the terler slkin of an in
I's ('hest, but it, cur1ative qlualities
intlinutory conditions are tunex
of the air pas'ages antd of the
re throat, 'ou-rbs, cold.:, catarrh,
AS a lpreventative of infectionli
.l is, when-1 properly atnc per~sist
Cginton, S. C.
\ltanninl1, S. C., F-eb. -1, 1920.
Pursuant to Re'soluti on adopted by
II.' IlarI oIt Director., of Clarendon
uihiing &1 I.1):n Comnanyl), a meleting
the stockholders of said corpora
till is heItrey cll:d, at the oflice of
ult:int & EIh'rhat, Attorneys, on
1.!n . d:y}, tle 1 ih 'day of March,
12U, :t 12 o'cll Stou'n. oil It pur.
l \ of consi llrna resolution thart
wrh e)r porht t i,>n :d:ll int o li1i1ui1 -.
on1 :m11d w' :. im ") its affairt an :1d dis-.
A II :11'1: ~ t''1 'S ( t
,1n1nd or -(ndI a Proxy.
(lare n oiblics &1I l. n CO.
II 11. G. NelIon, Se'. an I Treas.
c h rehig C . hat th
own of'.ow 155nA
(,S.inC . chft90
~ tVphoineni155 I
I in each nostii. rame's Vapo
entha Salve 1ttentates thlie pores of
to skin, irelietv ingi 'ongt'stion11, at the
Iime ti me heaIi ng va por's a rise andll
'ie bre'athiedl througiih tile mou0th and
>se, loosen ing.~11 Ith leghmil andi causit
g tile patient to brethe freely. Its
>zsens of unisolic'itedl lest imonials.
tar-rh, asthma, Iionsilit is, hay fever
Id inftlammiation uof tile skitn.
Vatpomienthia is applliedl exter'nally,
idit, will ntl sta in thi' clotheis, asj
.her' salv'.es do. No home should
cir lie without, it. tuy it from your'
'ale' or i idi't from tile Blrame
r'tg Co., North Wilkesor'o, N.
A small hottle costs 30e.; a much
rger one, contlainling six times as
uch. $1.00.--A dv.