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ASAN. I 19L
w AND - MAN.
"d;Malhe nblic is t
mhe seant of the pe
placed in office f(
purpose of enactir
#athe people as
the public's a
uientically the same ms
ark would obey tI
of the head of coz
atththory .of publ
1 ~ in& ispractical wor
MnjusVthe reverse. TI
becmes the "master
a utscant he(
value, wvile a fe
e orjpoin- view.
a g desires of 11
:a Ahemslves 4
-difereat i# mightr
in~ ead mal
arssre om ot
-oter and oppos
-~e~weo the beei
nunbers to i
~. ~r~& 4ongressmen'a
a ~plhilyfo understai
Svawur teu~ were o
pcas abil dthatthe
~wex 1ec e oast teir vo
ofal resnre fra
diud they. u
dertns support a
oeos -~easure? Not in
~ ho% afor- they won
a thtsuch action wou
~ ~t~irprompt politic
~ ~th* peple.. do becon
.~Zand speak in decid4
er rysenator and coi
glues both ears toti
-o t a~snd holds them thei
n196a good year
sid Schange the-old ordi
of, - Isnme he timesc
po eir the~ people to asse:
$ he ~h and- prerogative
Sbee be asters, and insi:
uPG x~a ti compliance wii
heb~~f- Isn't it about tinm
~ o 'je anetors and congres
toefliery degree to undel
tarditathey are servants an
*u6:1i about t~ime for the pei
- '-*tibnedistrict to tell our re
*eugTes in congress jus
rnade of the. distridt want
a Uitisi pto them to g<
make way for others wb
- e winl? In any even
s~ tabout time for us to ii
I~tthey vote as we s
uot as~ theiy think.
Odiectively the people are a
o~ erfuland their will can ni
a resaed, but individuall
-.i~haeeabout as much weig]
-6 aeether that is blown b
~b~~z~twriting this in
erno rntceism of our repr
~ ~~~es i congress, for -i
understand the nature of our de
mands they will, be cheerfully
But we do hope that these few
words may induce at least a rea
sonable number of our people to
communicatz directly -with our
senators and congressmen when
ever a measure is before the na
tional body that is of vital inter
est to our section of the State or
WHAT OF TME EOPLE.
In all political parties the self
constituted "leaders" are cast
ing around to-determine who
"they" will select to make the
race for piesident and vice pres
e ident of the United States at the
'Senator, This and That and
Congressman So and So and
g Boss Soniebody Else are getting
a their heads together in an effort
' to hit upon some likely per
son who will be acceptable to
n "them," and at the same time
e hoping and praying that the po
litical lightningtmay strike him
C The people? Pooh! They dont
count. All they are expected
or allowed to do is to trail along
to'the polls and vote as they are
told to do. - They are not sup
posed to think, because they are
not credited -by the leaders and
bosses with possessing any
brains, to say nothing of rights.
Ce When the "great ones" of the
parties set their seal of approv
al or disapproval upon this :nan
or that man, do they first. g- to
* the people of their districts and
ascertain who THEY want for
Not'a bit of it!
*For what do the '"people"
know of politics? What do they
know of men and of the affairs
of State. Who are they that
they should even presume to
have a voice in the selection of
a standard bearer for a great po
-At least, so reason the "great"
e and the "mighty."
.,But some day'there will come
aehange: Somiie day the man
oftie-people will come into his
own, and the- "great" and the
"elect" will bow down to his
wishes and crawl for his favor.
Some day this coun-ry will be
a nation of the people and will
begoverned by the people, and
their will be a law unto'itself.
Speed the day when the peo.
r e are something more than
just "the people."
When the war is finally ended
every mother's cuss will yelp
SIf Senator Weeks' pushes
Sthrough his bill for an army of
a million men, with five acres of
free land for each enlistment,
we are ready to enlist in every
recruiting office in the country.
SSome yatriotism,~ that!
'From the standpoint of pos
erityfit is interesting to nlote
that the new lady of the White
House is a suffragette while the
~president is an anti. To be con
That settles it-Ford's ffnan
cial manager is no, gentleman
and not even a sport, He refus
ed to put the cash for new gowns
Sfor some of the fair ilames of
the peace party.'
Ad reai dog will stand- up and
d fight, and get licked, and take
its 'medicine like "some dog,"
-while the cur tucks its tail be
e tween- its leg and; scoots borne.
And we can't help but think of
a noted peace pilgrim who aban
doned his expedition secretly on
the eve of its collapse.
We have been told by some
Sthat our editorial columns are
good, but they lack political
Stouch, and we should devote
more of our space to politics.
~At this time there is nothing
hdoing in this line with any
of the papers of the State, and
etoo, we do not care to dabble
into politics at all, and espect
~ally this early in the game; when
the proper time comes we will
get in the fight and speak our
convictions straight from th"
~shoulder, and fearing no man.
How's This t
we offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
an cae oa atar that cannot be cured l'
F. J CHEEY aCo., Props., Toledo, 0.
5,we, the undersgned, haveknown F. J. Cheney
- honorabl nabnessractona 'a
dal beto carry out any obligations made by
wasr & Tacix, wholesaledruggsts, Toledo,.
IAZGrN ANq & MAnt, wholesale drug
l's Ct arrhCurds ake In-enly acting
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaoes of
>the system. Price tc. per bottle. sold by all
y als F'amtilsare'cbe,.t
3. to Drivo Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take the Old -Standard GROVE S
a TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
what yuare taking, as the formula is
Spitdon every label, showing it is
-e Quinine and Iron~in a tasteless form.
.The Quinine drives out malaria, the
Know It Well
Fasiitar ieatures Well EnoM to Hani
. of Manning CiSeans.
A familiar burden in many a hon
The burden of a "bad back."
A lame, a weak or an aching back
Often tells you of kidney ills. -
Doan's Kidney Pills are for wei
Here is good testimony to prove the
J. R. Dyson, farmer, R. F. D. No.
Silver, S. C., says: "My kidneys we
in bad shape. I had pains i my ba
and loins and could hardiy walk
times. I was sore and lame and h
rheumatic twinges in my shouldei
My head ached and I had spells of d
ziness. The kidney secretions pass
irregularly, sometimes being 'too fi
quent and then again scanty. b
knees and ankles became swollen.
doctored and tried different medicin
with no results. Finally I used Doat
Kidney Pills as directed and they i
lieved all signs of kidney trouble."
Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't si
ply ask for a kidney remedy-s
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same tt
Mr. Dyson had. Foster-Milburn 0
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
Our iftne Offer.
This and Gc. Don't miss this. C
out this slip, enclose with flive cents
Foley & Co., Chicago, Ill., writi
your name and address plainly. Y
will receive in return a trial pack.
contaiiing Foley's Honey and Tar C0
pound, for coughs, colds and croi
Foley Kidney Pills, and Foley Cath
tic Tablets. Diskson's Drug Store. A
Down on Es Back.
"About two years ago I got down
my back," writes Solomon Bequet
Flat River, Mo. "I got a 50c. box
Foley Kidney Pills and they straig1
ened me right up. I recommend to
who have kidney troubie." Rheuma
aches and pains, soreness and stifne
sleep disturbing bladder trouble, yi,
quickly to Foley Kidney Pills. Di4
son's Drug Store. Ad.
Liven Up Your Torpd Liver
To keep your liver active, use I
King's New Life Pills. They inst
good digestion, relieve constipatlh
and tone up the whole System-ke
your eye clear and your skin fresh a
healtby looking. Only 25c, at yc
To Cure Children's Cold.
Keep child dry, clothe comfortab
avoid exposure and five Dr. Bel
Pine Tar-Honey. It is pleasant, soo
ing, antiseptic, raises phlegm and
duces Inflammation. The rst d
gives relief, continued treatment -wj
proper care will avoid serious illnm
or a lone cold. Don't delay treatme
Don't let your child suffer. Get a b
tie today. Insist on Dr. Bell's Pi
Tar-Honey. 25c. at Druggists.-A
Get Ridofa Racking La Grippe Cogh
For the severe racking cough' t1
comes with la-grippe, Foley's Hom
and Tar Compound is wonderfully h4
iog and soothing. R. G. Collins,
postmaster, Barnegat, N. J., sa
"Foley's Honey and Tar Compou
soon stopped the severe lagrippe con
that completely exhausted me. It a
be beat." Dicksons Drug Store.-A
Zanarr's 52owing Up.
Winter Indoor life, heavy food
Irregular exercise cause a dull, wi
feeling. FoIev Cathartic Tablets uc
up the stomach and bowels, liven
the liver, cleanse the system and gi
the light, free feeling of proper dig
tion and good health. Do not gripe
nauseate. Dicksons Drug Store.-A
As soon as an attack of Rheumnasi
begins apply Sloan's Liniment. Do
waste time and suffer unnecessary
ony. A few'drops of Sloan's LinimE
on the affected partslis all you ne
the pain goes at once.
A grateful sufferer writes: l'I t
suffering for three weeks with Chrol
Rheumatism and Stiff Neck, alshou
1 tried many medicines, they fai
and I was under the care of a doet
Fortunately I heard of Sloan's Li
ment and after using it three or fi
days am up and well. I am employ
at the biggest department store in
F. where they employ from six
eight hundred hands, and they sue
will hear all about Sloan's Linimen
H. B. Smith, SantFrancisco, Cal.,l
1915. At all Dzuggists.-Adv.
Cold Weather Aches ad Pains.
Many aches and pains, sore musel
stiff joints and much rheumatism
tributed to cold weather have th
first cause in the failure of the kidne
to properly eliminate waste matter fr
the system. Foley Kidney Pills tone
weak and gdiseased kidneys, givi
prompt relief from aches and pai
Dickson's Drug Store. Adv.
How to Cure Colds.
Avoid exposure and drafts. 1
right. Take Dr. King's New Disce
ery. It is prepared from Pine T
healing balams and mild laxativ<
Dr. King's New Discovery kills and
pels she cold germs, soothes the 1r
tated throat and allays linaammatic
It heals the mucous membrane. Sear
as you will, you cannot find a beti
cough and cold remedy. Its use o1
45 years is a guarantee of satisfactic
Six-Tear-Old Had Croap.
"1 have a little girl six years
who has a good deal of trouble with I
croup,'" writes W. E. Curry, Eva:
ville. Ind. "I have used Foley's Hoc
and Tar, obtaining instant relief:
her. My wife and Ialso use it and i1
say it is the best cure for bad cc
cough, throat trouble and croup sha
ever saw." Dickson's Drug Store. Ai
I will be at the following places
dates given opposite name of place,
take returns of personal property.]
land returned this year, except whE
it has been acquired since last retur
A 50 per cent penalty will be added
those who fail to mare returns
their personal property. So you Ii
best meet me at the nearest meetia
place to you, and save yourself troub
Paxville, Monday Jan 24th.
Pinewood, Tuesday Jan 25:h.
Remini, Wednesday Jan 26th.
C. W. Browns Store, Thursday Jan
Summerton, Judge Richbourg offic
Friday Jan 28th.
St. Paul, Saturday Jan 29th.
St. James, Monday Jan 3lst.
Davis Station, Tuesday Feb Ist.
Jordan, Wednesday Feb 2nd.
H A Alsbrook, Thursday Feb 301
Foreston, Friday Feb 4th.
Wilson Mill, Saturday 5th.
Harmony, A R Chandler, Mond
Midway, Barrows Mill, Tuesday Fel
Sandy Grove, W D McFaddin, Wi
nesday Feb 9.
Douglas, Turbeville store, Thursd
New Zion, Friday Feb 11th.
Alcola, Saturday Feb 12th.
A. P. Burgess,
invigorating to the Pale and Sick
The old Standard general strengthiening toe
GROvES TaSTELESS chini TONIC, drives t
M .e rcheatbeblooggflbUiithd
tern Atue ome.Foraduts ad clidea.
I desire to express my heartfelt ap
preciation of the kindness of relative
is and friends on occasion of the recen
severe afiction sustained in the dest]
of my wife. I take this opportunity t
AO, thank one an all, and to say I shall neve
forget the sympathy and help I receiv
ed at this time.
E. U. Stukes,
ik Davis Station.
2, Sunday School 10:30 a m. B. A
re Johnson Superintendent.
Our Mission. Institute will contina
ad through Sunday. Rev. W. E. Thaye
will speak tomorrow at 11 a. m., and
Z- p. m. Dr. C. A. Jones Fridao at 11 a
ad m., and 8 p. m. Miss J. R. Fizer wil
speak to the ladies Friday afternoon
Saturday at 11 a. m,. and Saturday a
11:30 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Dr. C. J
,' J. A. ANSLEY,
is hereby given that pursuant to Con
mission issued to the undersigned b
the Hon. R. M. McCown, Secretary c
State, books of subscription to th
capital stock of Alcolu Mercantile Con
pany will be opened at the office <
to Wood & McDuffie. Sumter, S. C., c
t Monday, January 17, 1916.
119 1.. D. Nettles,
ou R. C. Forester,
RHow To Give Qntde To ChBdre
a~to tak nades not disturb the stomac
Childten takte it end never know it is Qulnin,
on Aso oedfl adapted to adults who canna
tkoriayQuinine. Does aot nauseate 3w
t.cause n!vusassn 1*jg @ nthehead. T1
of it them n Utmeyou uininue for anyV
It. pose. - Ask for 2-stuce original rackage. I
.t awFMfLM *'- blownuin btle.' ZCent
a D. A. COLA
Upstairs over Bank of Manning.
MANNING, S. C.
- Phone No 77
0. &EWARDS. H. M. PERRI1
Ur DWARDS & PERRITT,
Office Over Home Bank and Trust Cu
MANNING S C.
h G. T. Floyd,
ch SURVEYOR and C1VII ENGINEE
Office over Bank of Manning
On First-Class Real Estal
at Pu&y & 0 3WYa4
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Manning S. (
drad. ve, ee3e
up NethbSgb te
I PilesCured 141 6 to 14 Days
ad. er r eust refund mone If
ra 3U "otisEI1Ob aIegPtt**a d 5
$ Whenever You Need a Genral Toas
r. Take Grove's
ni-| The Old Standard Grove's Tastele
ur chDlL Tonic is egnally valuable as
ed General Tonic because it contains ti
to and IRON. It actsoti the Liver, Dri,
iy out Malaria, Enriches the Blood az
~- Udnaany theWhoeeSystem. 50 cenl
Of The Successful Busi
er is a goodi one to follow;- you can't
efar wrong if you walk in hsfose
No man of affirs today is without
commercial bank account; no busines
>however small, can afford to be witho'
he one. If you have not an account, geti
a line for success by opening one with
3 Home Bank aid Trust C
the @alim That sliot Asct The Kle
Uecause of its tonic and laxative effect. LaX)
?I TE EXOO QU Nis betterta ordn
ad R eene the ful name a
lo for ADI si-Catureo C.W RV. t*
C. V. VERNER,
Engineer - Surveyor.
Concrete, Drainage, Roads.
r Superintendent of Water Works,
MANNING, S. C.
Phone - Water Works.
JOHN G. DINKINS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
r Manning, S. C.
8 Offe in Old Court House.
J. H. LESESNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAw,
MANNING. S. C.
W.O. DAVIS. J. W. WIDEMAN
DAVIS & WIDEMAN,
V. ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
e MANNING. S.'C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING. S. C.
n 0. O.RDy. S. OLIvtR 0 BRYAs
PURDY & O'BRYAN,
Atterneys ounselors at Law
MANNING. S C.
TA Full Si
in stock. and ask your
le prices before you buy.
D. M. Brad]
There's a great variety of
in the kitchen for cooking pu
them all in superior quality. I
Pots, Broilers, Saucepans,1
.etc., we have in the most exce
of the finest block tin, and f
makes them most durable.
whole kitchen outfit or an odd
a TIME TABL
Effective Sept. 1, 1914.
s, Station Train No. 1 Train No. 2
Read Up. Read Down.
n Alcelu Ar. 8:30 a.m. Lv. 10:15 a.
McLeod Lv. 8:20 " " 10:20 "
Harby ~" 8:15 " "' 10:25"
Durant " 8:05 " " 10:35 "
Sardinia " 7:50 ' " 10:50"
New Zion " 7:40 " " 11:30 "
-Beards " 7:35 " "11:10"
LParoda Jt. " 7:15 "~ " 11:40 "
7 Hudsons " 7:10 " " 11:55 4'
d Olanta "' 7:00 "~ Ar. 12:05 p.m.
'- Train No. 1 and No. 4 are Passenger Ti
E Train No. 2 and No. 3 are M1ixed Train:
I Daily except Sunday.
3 *"*"McLeods, Harby, Durants, Beard
U P. R. AI
They Let Him i
I beee F metirely cure and
sleep soundly all night." H. T
with a glass of p. re wate ale eahr
easy way toat a tp qoyur gt -
ting up time after time during the
in backc and sides headaches, stom -
stfr and achin joints sa rheumatic
pains due to kidney and bladder all-U
Gainesville, Ge., RL. R. No. 3. Mr. (
H.Ttraynge says: "For te years
few minutes aftr gon tomed Ily
I heard of for th trouble.d a e arh
I tred Foley Kdney Pils and after
tirely cured and I sleep soundly all
Dickaon's Drug Store. .
39, S. Main Si
:ock of -
inspection. Get our
!es paid for
seful articles required
eposes, and we have
Cettles. Tea and Coffee
iry Pans, Cake Tins,
llent muakee. They are
>rmed in a-way that
Whether you need a
thi g, it is here.
,NSupersedes Time Table No. 13.
Train No. 3 Train No. 4 Ml.
Read Up. Read Down.
Ar. 5:00 p.m. Lv. 8:15 p.m. 0
Lv. 4:50 " " 8:20 " 2
"'4:40 " " 8:25 " 5
" 4:25 " " 8:30 " 7
" 4:10 " " 8:45 " 12
"4:00 " " 8-50 " 14
" 3:50 " "L 8:55 " 15
" 3:35 " " 9:05 417
*3:20 ' 9:15 " 20
3:10 "' " 9:20 " 21
"3:00 " Ar. 9:30 " 25
s and Hudson are flag stat~ioris.
,DERM AN, T. M.
olu. S. C.
with good oil liniment. That's I
the surest way to stop them. I
The best rubbing liniment is -
.1N1 ENT I
Good/for the Ailments of '
Horses, Muiles, Cattle, Etc. 9
Goodl for your owon Aches,
Painr Rheumnatism, Sprains, 9
2Cuc$l ts, l Burns.
day, Jan. 15, 8:30 A. M.
will be sold in 15 days.
ale ever held without
- - Sumter, S. C.
Fo CasH.or oniTime with Aproved
Nitrate of Soda,
and Ammoniated Fertilizers with or with
out Potash. Better see us. before placing
111111 OIL DIL
Manning, S. C.
Dont Forget To. Call
CITY TAILOR SHOP.
To get your Fall Suit, our Fall and Winter Samples
is now in. We use the famous'Bruner Woolen,. and
we are prepared to give you a guaranteed job.
We also do Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing and
French Dry Cleaning. Repairing, Alter
.ing on all kinds of garments. 'All
F. C. WILLIAMS, Prop.
(PHONE No. 1. - ..LD BAKERY STAND
WELL! WELL ! WELL !
IF IT IS
'tou want. get the Old* Reliable to do
We are ready to give you estimates on your Plamb
ing at a low price. All work strictly guaranteed.
Come and pick out your Fixtures.
OldB Lkery Stand. Next to Pressing Club.
Rowland & Caulder
Manning, S. C.
.We Lead, Others Follow.
What Will The.Harvest Be? $
Have you ever stopped to think of what the harvest of
your life's work will be? Are you storing away part of your
mioney cemp for the winters of old age and misfortune?.
An investigation will you that one iank would be an
ideal place for keeping your funds safely. It's a good p'an
for every farmer to have a strongt ban kingi connection. You
may want to borrow one of these days: we can negotiate the
loan for you, on g.ood security, at rigrht rates and without
any red tape. Drop in to seemus uent time you're in tewn. -
Make the call friendly-you don't have to do business every
.time you come in to say "hello."
RememaergUs When ou Have Money and We'll Rememb er
You When You Need Money.
BANK OF TURBEVILLE.