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The Flavor Lasts! 22
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WHOLE FAMILY WAS
Green Says All of Them Were Made
Strong and Happy
THE CASE OF A CHILD
Father Deeply Grateful for Tanlac's
Help-"Think a Mighty
Lot of It."
"We all think a mighty lot of San
lac at our home, for the whole family
has taken it and now we are as well
and strong and happy as any set
of folks you ever saw," said S. G.
Green, of Sulphur Springs, Ga., who
has been in the employ of the Ten
nessee Stove Works for twelve years
and is highly respected in his con
"My little daughter, Pauline, had
been a very puny child during the
last four years. She had a bad case
of catarrh and we tried everything
under the sun we thought for her
but she continued to get weaker. She
never ate much and her stomach al
ways was in bad condition. She never
played around like the other children,
but seemed listless all the time.
"Tanlac had done her mother and
me so much good that I felt sure it
would put her in good shape, so I got
a bottle for her, and it sure was the
best thing I could have d.;:e. She
began to pick up right away and has
been getting better every day since.
Her catarrh is ever so much better
and there is a really great difference
in her since she finished the second
bottle of Tanlac. She enjoys playing
as much as any child now. After all
that Tanlac has done for all of us,
we think it is the greatest medicine
Tanlac, the 'Master Medicine, is sold
by Dickson's Drug Store, Manning;
11. W. Nettles, Jordan; Shaw & Plow
den, New Zion; Farmers' Supply Co.,
Silvec; D. C. Rhame, Summerton.
Real Sense of Humor.
Ernest ''roinherro, twenty-eight, Of
Steuenville, 0., ioiss'ses an extraor
dinary sense of iirnor. Fleeing from
a ian who nernseil hit) of theft. ie
raced to the roof of the ienti build.
ing, where he Ihipped inl fell through
this skylight, hlndl'g on ' e;'nter In a
flue anl len-cent tore three stories
beIow. 'The 1irsi Il ini his eve iind
out after the fall was this sign:
"Everything on this counter IIve vents."
"(ee," he exclim eri to the searel
shoppers. "I've never felt so ebenp in
Dmy life." Ie- was arrested, having
been uniniured by the drop.
"L n., ie-re," shn :Ihe eity eiltor to
the eul reporter, you'*yi shoid w rite
ever:t hing as briftly n; p'n.iblie. In
stend of saying I'he middlle-aeil hld
heinhl performer in the hired aggre
gition '>t' followers of Orpheis who
nightly providle the harmony' at one of
our leairing temples of mirth. seized
his trombion: firmly in his hand,
plonted his feverish Pips to the motth
piece itlni stitirr1l.'ul thei.ri'on an ine.r rt i.
ly tonie liki' the' wiiling 'if ai lust Mul
on th nii.'inI si "eel t~t Ittfernoi'-niiw
short en lihat tip.''
So thle riepor:ter iierel y 'virit: Th
slii hlornfliphyel' In tihe oir.hstra bilew
a huilva nil:."?
A Cattle Queen.
A entte-shipping seisoni to tie IEast
erii .stickyairi- Is ini full hthist, n't
Mlary Viili. I .t) Aniigel es hiei-rs.~ sid
ao lie thus' rich-est nuidenl'i In I'alifornis
ii in he-ie large sailes aind shipmii-iits,
g ing Is li'a nogtbl ento iii qu iln. .\'la
tt.irs ani .-iri'hee ott h:-- tamlttms
Vaull ali hier mttthir the .:'*I e Ii
'nin left byv lie fathIr'' nd hu ttsban-i'
'o e the Game.
"Anoh, rig i n . -:n th '' la er ." i
iZP e i r~ a iniali's ,'i'nvi r.-ii:imi is :ueg
ast intiere.-' n' i hieni he's iitber an' a
heap moure relibl de."
Thie Strong Withstand the Winter
Cold Better TIhan the Weak
You must have Health, Strength and En
durance to fight Colds, Grip and Influenza.
When your blood is not in a healthy
condition and does rnot cIrculate properly,
yotir system Is unable to withstand the
GROVI3'S TASTEI.ISS ChIll TONIC
Fortifles the System Against Colds, Grip
find Influenza by PurifyIng and Enriching
It contaIns the well-known tonlc prop
erties of Quinine end Iron in a form
acceptable to the most delicate stomach,
and Is pleasant to take. You can soon feel
its Strenthoning. Invidoratind E~oct. flnc
---t e=A===5IaZa b. t7 .
TOO STRONG ON SYMPATHY
Elvira Parkins Had a Fault From
Which Too Many of Us Are
Not Quite Free.
"Is she gone?" Aunt Harriet in
Aunt IIarriet's niece, Eileen, turned
front the flowers she was arranging
flowers left by the departing guest.
"She's just going down the path," she
replied. "Shall I call her back? Do
you want to see her again? Did she
"If you call her back, I'll disown
you, even if you are my favorite
niece," Aunt IIarriet retorted. "Tell
ine the uinute the gate clicks."
Eileen's eyes began to dance.
Months of illness had not broken
Aunt Harriet's spirit. She left the
flowers and devoted herself to the
"Now 1" she announced.
Aunt [Harriet drew a long breath
"I wish," she declared, "that Elviri
Parkins never had had a mother
There, I've salii It, and I feel better!'
"Aunt Inarriet :" Eileen cried, with
a laugh that broke bounds in spite
"I know, I suppose I ought to he
asharmed, and niaybe I shall be sorue
day, but Just this minute that scenu
to mne the nost relieving thing I ever
said in iy life. EIvira Parkins is a
good wonian. She woulin't hurt the
feelings of a fly, anid she'd run her
feet off doing kind things for people
I could stand the kindness, but what
I can't stand is her sympathy.
"If I so atch as mention a twingc
in my little finger, she will draw (town
her face and lower her voice and say
'I know-you can't tell me anything
about it. My tnother siffered that
way for years.' I have discovered that
Elvi ra's nother hail an n'cident li kt
tnine and was hard of hearing liki
tme anid had a heart Just like nilnp
Elvira saw me dodging a streak of sun
light for a mintte, and she juniper
for the shade and pulled it clear down
and caine back anl patted iiny shoul
der, murminr, 'My ruother had Jus
such sensitive eyes. You must b)
very, very careful. Mother sufferer
so with hers the last of her life.'"
Aunt IIarriet's minicry was delight
fui. Fileen was enjoying hersel
greatly. "Do tell ine some more o
Eivira's contversalion!" sihe pleadet
"I'm ready to vow never to be sympa
thetlIc again as long as I live."
Aint lIlarriet sink hack on h1r pit
lows, hut herl 'y's were twlnkling.
"I'm not say ig that I'd advise yoi
I to go nlurite as far Is tiat, Eileen.
she retorted. '"I'l only call your at
tention to tie fact that tIhere's syti
pathy anal syiupathy, and advise yn
to exer'i(se a little care in choosinl
the kind you use."-Youth's Con
Growing Sugar Cane Under Paper.
A new and very old meth'al 0
I growing sugar cane Is piroving hight,
su(ccessful in the Itwtiin Isiad
W\'hen the can is teginning to slrmoi
yard-while strips ar1-0 h14l lengthwl"Is
ra/er the rows of little phi nts nnd hel
in plce ithi'i cane- iedh trash. The pi
per Is strung einugh to keep .lown an
stnother the startinig w.'i'ils, bu n otr ti
kill the snut anl hi:rdy young rutn
In fiye or six weeks the weed seed
beneath tie maper have all gerzn:nal
eii and .,eln snaiotlered to denth. lui
the cate shoits liave alther force
their way thriugih or ereced then
se'lve's sufficienzt ly to nutk Ie lIttle ten I
lIke 'l eva t iis. Lzaborer~s thent pasi
along thei rows andl wizh long huive
zitalci slits in the' sheets, perznittn
thie shoiots to corne thiroughi. T1he til
eratedi shoots at first are hiniichte
whIte, liut iickly turni grze.en an
lusty. Wein'i zg I threa fter is alinois
whlly ni I h-~i ~ss, her'augse t here ar
very few weedIs. Th'leri is an izncreas
of ten ions (uibout Z3 li'r cent) in thi
yiclhl of cone per iiere. lilaif the laim
is satved an the lii prohltllon of netnlii
suigari p''i :acr' is anuineni'te'd by Thor
ouit 'of "hlugats ."~'. whtluhii t.,Ihe reisjiu
of the '''n, aftefr' lie sugairy sap hia
fo'r (' Iror.donr I ounty' on "lm'auhiv. thi
a. m.,~j~f for Let\r ofa~' . lcharg a
( uardia for Anni ( 1 v . n
Snneed rswl Cno lceI.nt
'O's Whites and Clver
TnSeed ('orns: il Sees
T.W-.Wood44ee &il Se-'nil
Rnane woun-y b Vlw->rl iir
Z. of the W,
We must preserve our womanh
ever for strong women. Apparen
formerly or our women are victir
able to resist disease.
Thousands suffer and thousands
more are destined to -,uffer front
that most insidious of diseases.
catarrh. Ninety-seven per cent of
the people havo catarrh. It is not
con tined to Ihe herd, nose and
throat as many suppose. C:atarrhal
Inlammation may attack the stom
ach, howels or any portion of the
body whero there are mucous lit
ings. It Is no respector of persons
or position. 10veryono is liable to
Mrg. Mary Fricke, 607 Ilornman
St., Belleville. II., was one of its
victims. She says: "I have weighed
as little as 100 pounds. For years
I suffered with my stomach, cramps
and Severn headaches. After read
ing. Dr. Hartman's IHenith Hook. I
decided to try Peruna. The first
All persons having claims against
the estate of Matthew Baneroft
Lesesine, deceased, will present them
duly attested and all persons owin.g
the stid estate will make payment to
-3t-c Qualiied Adinistrator.
Notice is hereby given that the
Stock Certificate Number 3- issued
to G. 11. uggins on the 1st day of
February, A. D. 1917, for five shares
of Capital Stock of Clarendon Build
ilg & Loan Company, Second. has
been lust or destroyed, and that ap
No Worms in a Healthy Child
All children troubled with worrs have an un
healthy color. which indicates poor bloodi. and as, a
rule, there is more or less stomach disturbanr.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC giver. egnl-trly
for two or three weeks will enrich the blood. in
prove the digestion, and act as a General Strength
cning Tonic to the whole system. Nature will ther
throw off or dispel the worms, and tihe Child will I
an perfecr health. Pleasant to take. (0c per hxottie
because there was no mat
how much was wasted
simply can t afford to use
witht' seedl it saves. It puts
the r ight (luanitity (if seed in
the d:round, at a uanifrm
r eptli, an1 e'tsver' if. Prouper
c hains to s>) oaff or cu'
whelsC! t) w~' e a1 r' out of
COFFEY & R~
Lj Lj L L L "'"'L
alth and Strength
ives and Mothers - e.
ood. There is need, greater than
tly, the race is not as sturdy as
as of an over-civilization and less
bottle brought good results, but an
I was bound to get well, I took
Fifteen years ago. I started with
l'eruna and I wouldn't be without
it. My weight li now around 200
pounds and I am hale and hearty
at the age of 63. I can do as much
work as my daughter."
The use of l'eruna for forty-five
years in the American family hat
proved its worth. If you are sick.
do not give up. try Peruna. Write
The Peruna Company. Dept. B. Co
lumbus, Ohio, for Dr. Hartman's
Health Rook. It is free. Peruna its
sold everywhere in liquid and tab
lets. Insist upon having Dr. Hart
man's IFamous 'eruna Tonic. Ask
your dealer for a Peruna Almantag
p liention will be made for a new Cer
tilieate on Thursday, the 3rd day of
-Al. S. L. iuggins.
Th State of South Carolina.
County of Clarendon.
13y .1. . Windham, Probate .Judge;
WIIIREAS, Carlotta M. Capers
made suit to me to grant her Letter;
of Administration of the Estate and
ell'eets of Ellison Capers
TI ESE ARE. TIlEREFOR , to
itte and admonish all and singular
the K inred and Creditors of the said
Ellison Capers, deceased, that thev b";
and appear b.'fore me. in th.e ('ourt
of Probate, to be heli at Alai.n ri
on the 20th day of March, next, af'.i
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in ele
forenoon, to show cause, if nany they
have, why the said A' Il'i in isti a, jont
should not be granted.
GIVl'EN under my hand this 4th
day of March, Anno Domini 1I1 .
J. M. WE.DIHA1,
11-c. Jldge of Probate.
d in Creeks
ket for it, it mattered little
in planting. Now 'oui
an out-of-date planter be
o r y t te , fnw t o t sn
a tolofan rnd
phinc o. 10i"man
faor Itsi~e f are
IGBY, "AN NG,
JUt'ST RECEIVE I
(a line' of
W ALT HAM
aire thet best to beL had1(
antd we' inite( you to
come1 in and inlspect
ouir Stock. I f it 's good(
Jewelry yolu want,
AWVE L ER, Mlanninq, S. C.