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D e - ncreaseboir
Bi t Yelds Per Acre
We have many actual
photographs of cotton
felds on which no fertilizers were
used and pictures of fields on which
"other makes" of fertilizers were
used. Results of these crops were
dismal failures. There are much
"brighter prospects" ahead for the
progressive farmers of the South.
Two and three bales to the acre are
only ordinary yields where
are used with proper cultivation.
Make your cotton mature early, and
thus escape the bollweevilsand other
damaging insects. You can easily do
this. as well as increase the number
of bolls(and theirsize) on your plants
by plentifully using Virginia-Caro
lina Fertilizers. This method will
tremendously "increase your yields
periacre." Don't be fooled into buy
ing a substitute.
Virginla-Carolina Chemical Co.
Durham. N. C.
009100S 009 comillees.
OFFICE OF JCDGE OF PROBATE.
Manning. S. C., June 1. 1905.
To Executors. Administrators, Guardians and
I respectfully call your attention to annexe(
statute. You will please give this matter early
P7 TN. *WINDEAM'%.
Judge of Probate.
Section 2555 and 2672 Revised Statutes 1902:
Executors. Administrators. Guardians and
Committees. shall annually while any estate re
mains in their care or custody. at uny time be
fore the first day of July each ear. render to the
Judge of Probate of the county from whom they
obtain Letters Testamentary or Letters of Ad
ministrators or Letters of Guardianship. etc.. a
just and true account. upon oath. of the receipts
and expenditures of such estate the precedina
Calendar year. which. when examined and ap
proved. shall be deposited with the Inventory
and appraisement or other papers beloniring to
such estate, in the office of said Judue of Pro
bate, there to be kept for the inspection of such
persons as may be interested in the estate (un
der former penalties).
The Children's Favorite
Coughs, Colds, Croup and
Thi remed yi famou fr iscrsove
always bedependeduon. It contains no
ogu or dten oau drug and may be
Pie2 et t Lag Sbze, asto nact
stopthe cough an.dhealslungs
For sale at all times, at pric<
ing and qualifications to suit the
of either sex and all ages. Cor
see our stock whether you inteni
D. W. ALDERMAN, Prop.
L. B. DURANT, R. K. Wi
TUB DUIANT lAR
We invite the people of Clarendon
when they are needing anything in out
our business in order to meet the incrt
Rant will always welcome his friends fi
Inspect our immense stock of HAI
BELTINGS of all kinds. BARB WIF
We have just received a carload o
Shot, Shells and Sportsmen's Goods.
Come to see
~-- THE DURA!
Open for Theatre Part:
OPEN FRO0 7A. KT HE R ES'l
ROOMS EN SCITE, WITH AN
NEW ENTRANCE C
Charleston's First and Only
THE ARGYLE HO~
For Convenience a
You should deposit your money ina
Fire Insurance. Time Loec, Bonded
tmaued growth is evidence of the ec
and the surroundin:: country
Deposits October 1, 190
Deposits October 1, 190
If your patronage has in any w'ay e<
if you are~ not already our patron. ye
Bank of Clare
THE YOUNS LADY RECENED A iX OF
NOW OmTN DOES
- Y00R WIFE NOW RECEIVE
A BOX OFjHESE
REPENT - (AND MAIL YOUR
- ORDERS. AT SHORT INTERVALS, TO
CAPERS DRUG CO.,
SUMMERTON, S. C.
KiL L %.- COUCH
AND CURE THE LUNCS
FOR COUGHS and 50c & S1.00
OLDS Free Trial.
ISux-est andi Quickest Cure for a1U
THROAT and LUNG TROUB
LES, or MONEY BACK.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store,
R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE,
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop.,
Sign of the . . . Golden Mortar,
Be:t to inform their many friends and custom
ers that they are prepared to supply their wants
with their accustomed celerity.
We carry a full and complete iine in every de
partment of the
I and every attention is shown to the wants of
For many Years
We have endeavored to give the very best at
tention to our customers' wants.. and feel thar,
we have succeeded.
Our stock of
is complete in every particular and every and
any demand can be supplied.
When in need of PURE DRUGS and MEDI
CINES call on us and we can give you general
MAIL ORDERS receive our careful and im
mediate attention on day of receipt.
We hope for okin patronae which for
years we have earnestly striven to merit.
I IE R. B. [ON~ DRUG STORE,
ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor,
' ANNINC, S. C.
'P.IHONE NO. 2.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
sto suit the farmer and of breed
aspondence solicited. Come and
to buy or not.
(U S. C.
SAM'L G. BRYAN, Supt.
DER, P. M1. PARROTT,
- S. C.
visit our store or wr ite to us for prices
ine. We have added more capital to
asing demands, and our Mr. L. B. Du
3WARE, FARMIING IPLEMIENTS,
ADDLE5, MIACHINERY SUPPLIES,
Eat prices wvhich cannot be duplicated.
Elwood Field Fencing, Guns. Powder,
LC, the Housekeepers'
t for making old
Tf HARDWARE COMPANY,
UMTER. S. C.
s and Special Dinners.
EN P'L AN.
AU RANT. onRe iRen.
WITHOUT PRIVATE BATH5.
N HASELL STREET.
Modern European Plan Hotel.
7EL CO., Proprietors.
i e d ba c us frsft.\ we ha0ve 1 iiel and
ndencei reposed in us by the people of Mlanning
ntributed to our success. we than k you for- same:
m -are inivitedi to become one
non.. M~nnino'. S. C.
CATAWBAS BRING SUIT.
Claim That the Legislathre Broke Faith and
Cite Facts to Preve It- -Counsel Employed.
The Catawba Indians will bring suit
against the State of South Carolina for
the land claimed to have been taken
from hcm several decades ;Izo. Before
the Suti is brought., however, a meimo
rial will be presented tothe Legislature
setLing forth their complaints and pray
ing for the appointment of a commis,
Sion to hear them. Mr. W. S. Partlow,
a Wasbington attorney, has been re
tained by the Indians, and he called on
the Secretary of the State Historical
Commission to-day for data covering
his case. Mr. Partlow represented the
Six Nation tribes of New York State in
a similar suit and succeeded in recover
ing several hundred thousand dollars
from the State:of New York on account
of Indian claims.
The Catawba Indian claims are rather
ecrplicated. It is said that in 1850 the
State Legislature agreed to give the
Catawba Indians suitable compensation
for the land belonging to them and un
lawfully taken by the white settlers.
The Legislature also agreed to pay the
tribe -1,500 a year. In less than two
years the State violated the agreement
as to the annual appropriation and re
duced it. The State also broke faith
regardinir the settlement of the land
claims of the tribe, and, with character
istic indifference to moral obligations,
ignored all offers of a settlement. This
has been one of the distinct features of
the South Carolina Legislature, notably
in the Lord bond case and the claim of
Black against the State for settlement
of the lEnglish war claims. The fact
that this body generally ignores moral
obligations has much to do with the
market value of State bonds now in the
market. The suit brought by the Ca
tawba tribe,if a suit is brought: will be
in the United States Court.-Columbia
All efforts have failed to find a better
remedy for coughs, colds and lung trou
bles than Foley's Honey and Tar. It
stops the cough, heals the lungs and
prevents serious results from a cold.
J. N. Patterson. Nashua. Iowa. writes:
" Last winter I had a bad cold on my
lungs and tried at least half a dozen ad
vertised cough medicines and had treat
ment from two physicians without get
:ingany benefit. A friend recommended
oley'i Honey and Tar and two-thirds
>f a bottle cured me. I consider it the
mreatest cough and lung medicine in
the world." The R. B. Loryea Drug
tore, Isaac I. Loryea, Prop.
The Fighting Fund.
The contributions through THE
'IMiES to the Cotton Association fund
to date are as follows:
D. B. Davis. 1 00 S. A. Hunter. 00
J. W. Broadway.. I 0 W. M. Davis. 00
R. H. Briggs.. ... W. E. Tisdale. 1 00
A. L. Lesesne..... 1 00 W T. Lesesne.... 1 00
Levi Mercantile Co 5 00 . H. moses. 1 60
. W. MIeLeod..... 1 00 T. J. Stukes. 50
W.E.JenkinsonCo 5 00 A. I. Barron. 1 00
3. 11. Rigby........ Dr. C. B. Geiger.. 50
Bank of Clarendon 2 0 J.KeD.McFaddin 1 00
. H. Iahoney.... 1 0 Manning Grocery
Company ...1 00
. M. Loryea...... 50 13. A. Johnson.... 1 00
Thomas Nimmer. 1 00 manning Hard
ware Co...1 00
C. M. Davis & Co.. 50 P. B. mouzon. 0
3. D. Driggers..... Rev. R. L. Grier 0
A. P. Burgers..... 5 W. Rchbou 25
L. L. Wells & Co.. 1 00 S. R. yenning....
". L. Krasnoff.... 1 00 T. J. Tisdail. 1
.t. M. Mahoney.... 50 J. F. Bradham.... 1 00
. L Wise........ 25 Bank of Manning.10 00
3. Hi DuBose..... 50 J. S. Davis. 100
harton DuRant. 1 00 W. C. Davis. 1 00
W. J. Rawlinson.. 50 H. L. B. Hodge... 50
3. B. Alsbrook.... 50 W. H. Holladay... 50
_. M. Bradham... 50) Jack Wilson. 1 00
M W. Wilson..... 50 A. R. Chandler.... -0
. M. Woods. Jr... 25 1 00
. M. Epps.... .25RCWel10
homas Bradham. 1 00W.DGabe..50
1). C. Shaw...2 00 C .Dvs&Sn50
. W. Holladay. .. 50 J .Hde2
W. G. Mullins..... 50J..Mco . 0
. P. Legg..... 50 R .Wbtr
cLeod - Wilkins
Company...5 00 I.A an 5
. 1, Lee. ...1 00 W .;nna..20
Louis Levi....3 00W.P wknCo10
.M. M1ason..... 25LoiApet 10
. D. Hodge...1 00 R .Ctrn..10
D.Levi.......... 2 00 C.R Sp t . 25
Leon Weinberg... 1 00 1 .Podn..10
. Haynesworth 1 00T.BMi . 15
R. C. Lackey...1 00 W rda..10
H Alsbrook.. 50JDHoady..10
L M Holaday..1 00 JEBad 10
1 A Plowden. D50 oges 25
ew Zion Associa- JLGen 10
tion......... .4--4 H gg . 0
) RDu~lose...100RETopn.. 0
B Harvin...1 00WFHarnt.. 0
~M Plowden..1 00JMGrhm 10
B Stukes... 25 EHPodn 10
['Mavi.W. JMDvis...1 00
W. E.RTisdae..... 100
We. he dersgne cTLessnerchants0
f umeron S C. ubcrbeth a.m nso....0
~umertn er- L. Fc.2di 00
canil C~mpv10 0 SCmany...1 00
iumeronHa~ icanin BSHd-0
wareCom any. 200 a of ......mer
tR~rigs. 20 to..Mouzo..... 50
ance Agency...R2 00 Compan . 0
~ JWhie. M..1 G. JW. Richburg. 1 00
Toh Hilon... 0Str.sRoVennino... 0
XV Evans . ank of Keels g.10.0
IHFuse..... J. S. Chei.... 10
I S~ntey1W0 Cr..vi....... 100
B~olayW.0 H. DHllada.50
ICRagn...... 50John Wilsoner.... 1 00
L E lraisfod. . R.iChaderon.. 20
~~eroR C Wells:E0Rw........2
peter ~ W.hD.wnmbne... 2MLLwo . 5
S Wtt........ J.D RutHodge... 00
RM~unr.00. M. Webstern..50
R Harvin . . A. Scaboroug.. 50
3 BHolidv. 00VWP Anerso... 3 00
We. he udersgne ciP.n of winso S.0
~.hae cntibtedth aouts ppsite. ou0r
name fo th pupos of aidngthean....hern
~o~on row rs ss Cin. i R. s umstt.... be5
iato n ny ay he maVe . ode.... the0
RC~i.hadso.r T.0 B. Mimees.. 50
I HBrogh~n... W.0 HJr 13rdhard.- 0
PH Bougt~n. J 00 solladay.... 1 00
1-1l3ichrdon.r J 00 DBard... 00
JUfJi.10 Greeant...... 00
PM~~~aH lBrggs...... 1 00 C tag . 0
Dr 1 Muray.. J 00 Rihrdaha....d-0
Mrs3! Bawic. E 00 Psowde...... 1 00
3 J BrouJ MDavis.... 1 0Jfae. . 00
fr1 R C Richard- Re1 Jf Jms.S010
on SumrtonS C., uusrb theamount 00
FromwJrJ Assorto Fnter magnifKennewor
M idwh ay.er to dy. andymunrotve and.
rned inor thi cotore n : oa
ummeron 3Mer io-.....0
CanRl ompanery 1 00A3Hik.....
w r~eon. 1 00 RSC ap. 0
tR Brillias.1..ous..hso.. 750
Croupite CouM.. Cods Wooin
ren or adltn.. wh5vcut0hebwl
wit En....-.. LaaieHoe0n
p Cantey....... Col Cue00irmd
eBplsolly... ol frmth0yte0n
ARchalr.... Th75 he' aort n
E cBrildrsor.. saeurd5 odbyTeR
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onM andrn....... faeslu0wet-f0
ens or heroud ri ToFiscecember2 0
1905 an Jauar 1s CaO6 nal.-.. retur
wil b o slefrmheCemer Drugt
24t inlasvewit Fna reurn... 1imit
Janury th, 190 upo palliday..... o5
andsurendr o ceriGiatedned. by
dens f te arou coeges... Fm
L. R CRewInG
Bea the Theichd Y PiaerAwsouht
J VCarign.... e
THE ANNAPOLIS TRAGEDY.
Secretary Bonaparte Unsparing in His Put
WVASmIN .TOx, December 13.-In exe
cution of that portion of the sentence o
Midshipman Minor Meriwether, Jr.
requiring him tiat lie be "publiel;
reprimanded by the Secretary of thi
Navy," Secretary 1onaparte has ad
dressed the following letter to Midship
man Meriwether at Annapolis:
" Sir: You have been duly convictei
of violating clause 3 of Article 7 of th(
Articles for the government of the
nayy by insulting and afterwards as
saulting one of your fellow midshipmen
and of conduct to the prejudice of gooc
order and discipline by engaging in E
list fight with the same midshipman.
These offenses on your part have led tc
a calamity so clearly unforeseen by You
and so distressing that no words oJ
reproof can be needed to make you feel
their gravity. Your disobedience tc
the laws of your country, your iorget
fulness of the full import of your oath,
your yielding to fierce and angry pas
sions when tempted by a sense of wrong
have borne fruits so bitter that your
worst punishment has been already suf
fered. The merciful sentence of the
court which tried you, a member of the
honorable profession you have chosen.
In that great school of self-sacrifice and
obedience a life useful to your country
will, it is hoped. atone for-your grave
faults which have clouded the early
years of your service.
"You will acknowledge receipt of
this letter. and it will be entered on
your official record.
"CHARLES J. BONAPARTE,
Cotton Convention at New Orleans.
NEW ORLEANS, December 19.-If the
plans of President Jordan of the South
ern Cotton Association are fulfilled the
mass convention of the Association to
take place in New Orleans Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, January 11th, 12th
and 13th. will be the occasion for one of
the most striking celebrations in the
annals of the cotton industry ever held
in the South, for after a year of unpre
cedented and continuous victories Ize
Southern cotton planters will meet for
the purpose of more closely welding
their organization and to discuss and
decide upon important questions affect
ing the welfare of their industry.
Organized eleven months ago at New
Orleans by a monster assembly of over
three thousand farmers, merchants and
bankers, the Southern Cotton Atsocia
ation has proved itself a factor of na
tional and international power, and at
the January convention further steps
will be taken to insure to the farmers
still further advantages to which their
prsition entitles them. "One of the chief
features to be emphasized is the con
tinued holding of the balance of the un
sold crop for higher prices so as to av
erage the present crop for as near twelve
cents as possible, and this can be done
only by selling at fifteen cents," writes
Mr. Jordan. "We must do this, and
we must discuss other matters of great
importance under the following general
"The advisability of speedily bring
ing about direct trade relations between
the spinners of the world and the cot
"The importance of extending the
work of the Association as rapidly as
possible throughout the cotton belt, so
as to make the work absolutely effect
" The imnerative need of securing
facilities for handling the crop in the
South, by the erection of standard built
warehouses where - c ot t o n may be
weighed and classified by expert man
gers and the receipts underwritten so
s to make them negotiable in any finan
cial centre or where they can be bought
y exporter or spinner and tendered
for delivery of cotton at such time as it
ay be needei for consumption. In
this way the crop can be marketed
slowly and the supply regulated to meet
the leoitimate demands of spinners.
his pian would tend to at once limit
the range of speculation, avoiding the
resent wide fiuctuations that are inju
rious both to the producer and spinner
and place the future handling of cotton
n a sound, safe and conservative basis.
"The securing from Congress of an
ppropriation for the immediate pur
pose of sending out properly selected
ommissioners to foreign countries in
the interest of extending to such for
eign countries the use of American cot
ton and cotton goods. This I believe to
e the true solution of the cotton prob
lem of the future, and in that way pro
uction need not be retarded, but, on
the contrary, all the cotton we can pro
duce may be consumed in the various
markets of the world.
"We must consider also at the New
Orleans convention the question of im
igration and character of immigrants
desired in the South, as well as the
ountries which would be most apt to
furnish the best class of such desirable
" We will discuss the bringing about
f closer relations between the farmer
md the banker, to the end that we may
as rapidly as possible be rid of the pres
nt iniquitous credit system and gradu
ll1y induce our people to become depos
ors rather than borrowers."
The Force oi a Snbpoena.
"Say, what 1 want you to tell
me is whether I have got to leave
my business and come here on a
awyer's subpona. Suppose I
don't come, what will they do to
This question was directed at
the reporter on the street the
other day by a witness who had
been brought to Yorkville at se
rious inconvenience to testify in
case in which he had no inter
est. The witness seemed to have
n idea that there was no com
pelling force behind a "lawyer's
subpna," and he want-ed the
matter straightened out.
QThe reporter confessed a com
plete lack of accurate mnforma
tion along the line of the wit
ness's inquiry, but promised to
investigate for the benefit of this
witness and the general public.
"What is the process leading
up to and including the issuance
of a subpona ticket ?" the re
porter asked of an attorney later
in the day, and the attorney ex
plained the matter like this :
"Well, we commence a civil
action by lodging a summons in
the hands of the Sheriff, and
after the service of this summons
we apply to the Clerk for a sub
pona writ requiring the attend
ance of such witnesses as we may
name. Then, armed with this
writ, we make out separate tick
ets for each of the witnesses
named and sign the tickets with
our own names."
" Then, as a matter of fact,
there is no such thing as a law
yer's subpoua ?"
" Strictly speaking, no."
" Suppose a witness refuses to
appear~ in compliance with the
" The Judge will issue s bench
warrant and send the Sheriff after
" The witness has no discre
tion in the matter at all ?"
If he accepts service he must
come. If, however, before he
accepts service, he demands mile
age and one day's pay and a sum
necessary to meet these charaes
is not forthcoming he is relieved
of further responsibility : but
unless lie make's his demand then
and there he is estopped from
making it afterward."
"But suppose he gets his mile
age and u day's pay, goes to
court, and puts in the day with
no call for his services-what
"I would say that be has a
right to demand pay for another
day, and unless the demand is
complied with he can go home."
Editor The Mannin:: Times
TURBEVILLE, S. C.. Dec. I.
Rev. B. J. Guess is attending the
Methodist Conference that is being held
at Spartanburg. Mr. Guess has been
with us two years and has done good
work. having had good reports to make
at th.- nd of each year. We are eagerly
waiting to know whether or not he will
return to us for another year.
Dr. W. H Woods spent Saturday in
Manning on business.
Mr. S. C. Turbeville spent Wednes
day of last week in Timmonsville on
Messrs. H. S. Green and J. A. Roland
spent Sunday at the home of Mr. S. W.
McIntosh, of Workman.
Messrs. C. E. and E. B. Gamble have
returnep from Charleston for the holi
Messrs. D. L. Green and W. J. Tur
beville spent Thursday in Timmonsville
Mr. " B " said my letter had to be
answered and he thought he had done
so. We all know HE thinks so. Does
any one else think so? He took up
enough space in THE TIMES's columns
to have said a god deal more than he
Water for Cure Constipation.
Half a pint of hot water taken haif an
hour before breakfast will usually keep
the bowels regular. Harsh cathartics
should be avoided. When a purgative
is needed take Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets. They are mild and
gentle in their action. For sale by R.
B. Loryeu Drug Store.
Moroccau Slave Markets.
The sale of slaves In Morocco Is a
very remarkable ceremony. When the
buyers have taken their seats in the
market place the auctioneers advance
in line to the center of the market and
offer up a prayer. They appeal for
divine favor on behalf of buyers and
sellers and anath'ematize Satan and
all his works. The ,bayers interpolate
"amen"' at the proper moments; When
the last word' of prayer'has been said
the slaves are brought forward, par
ceHed out among. the auctioneers and
led around the circle of buyers, who
raise the prices of the men, women and
children they desire to purchase.
Cures Goldes Prevents Peumnonla
LIGHT, MEDIUM AND HEAVY
FOR EVERY KIND OF WORK
ENGINES AND BOILERS
AND SIZES AND FOR EVERY
CLASS OF SERVICE.
ASK FOR OUR ESTIMATE BEFORE
PLACINO YOULR ORDER.
GIBBES MA CHrNERY COMPA NY
COLUMBIA, S. C.
When it's a
it is Wise to
and promptly -.
Z. F. HIGHSMITH, Opt. I.,
OPTOMETRIST & OPTICIAN,
No. 18 South Main Street.
SPhone No. 359. - SUMTER, S. C.
NORTHWESTERN R. R. OF s. C.
TIME TABLE No. 6.
In Effect sunday. June 5, 1901.
BETWEEN SUMTERt AND CAMDEN.
Mixed. Daily except Sunday.
No. 69 No. 74 No. 70 No. 68
M AM AM PM
625 9 36 Lve..Sumter ..Ar.9 00 5 45
6 27 9 38 N. w. Junction....8 58S 5 43
6 47 9 59... Dazell.. 522 5 13
7 03 1 IU... Borden ..8 00 4 58
7 23 10 21.... embert's...7 40J 4 43
7 30 10 31... Elerbe..7 30 4
7 1'0 11 10..So. Rty. Junction..T 10 4 25
00 nl 10 Ar.. .Camden.. Lver7 o' 4 15
PM PM AM PM
BETWEEN WILSON's MILL AND SUMTER
No. 73 DailyeCxceptSunday. No. 72
- 3 u0 Leave.. Sumter... Arrive..12 30
3 u3......ummerton Junction... 12 2
3 20 .........Tindal...........- 1
3............. Pa ksvlle. ........ 41 0
S55.......Silver...... ...... 11 00
4.............. Summerton..... 10 15
5 5......... Jordan............. 9 5
30 Arrive....Wilso's Mill.Leave 5 4i1
BETWV~EEN MILLARD AND ST. PAT'L.
Daily except Sunday.
o.1 3 o.75 No. 72 No. 71
PM AM AM PM
4 05 10 20 Lve Millard Ar.10 45 5 3
I 15 10 30 Ar St. Paul Lve.10 35 4 20
2 Good Books.
WRIE TO CHARLES A. CALVO. JR..
nRIE l. U. Box 77, Columbia, S.C., and
geti opy of
A h-4- ..r bo.S :ii1 ;aIri::. and those of larger
growth. warning their f the perils of life. which
if avoided will gi% e them peace and happiness
in this world anid ete-rnal bliss hercafter. lut if
disregarded will brinxg them misery and woe
here and eternal torment afterwards. (Copy
righted). Price 50 cents. By Charles A. Calvo.
Jr., for twenty years proprietor of The Columbia
Daily Register and State Printer and Publisher
Southern Christian Advocate. Also.
" Ar I niY BROTH ER'S KEEPER?"
a discourse delivered by Mr. Calvo in the First
Christian Church. Columbia, S. C.. at the morn
ing service, price 25c. This last named hooklet
is a strong Temperance tract and should be
scattered broadcast throughout the land.
Of - Danger Signals." Mr. Edward J. Handley.
one of the oldest and most respected printers in
the Government Printing sOffice. Washington,
who workee alongside of its author last Winter.
says : -I read your ' Danger Signals ' with much
interest. It is a pity that such information as
it contains cel. - not be properly impressed upon
the youthful mind. Then manhood would be
improved and many of the nervou; disorders
which now exist would disappear."
The People's Recorder. Orangeburg. S. C..
says of it : - We regard it the brightest jewel
for youth coming before our notice.'
Mrs. Electra Mershon Craig, Editor of The
Southern Poultry Courier. Waycross. Ga.. says
of it : " It is indeed an excellent, well written
work. and shows mush intense thour.ht on the
part of the author. He relates bis experience
for the benefit of others. who by following his
teaching will escape many snares and pitfalls."
Professor R. Means Davis of the South Caro
lina College say of it: - Its advice to the young
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Corwin. Managers Nerve
Force Remedy Co.. Twelfth Ward Bank Build
ing. New York City. say of it: "We thank you
for the noble little book you send-it is indeed a
wonderful piece of work, and should do a great
deal of good."
Hon. . H. Jennings, State Treasurer of South
Carolina. next door neighbor of Mr. Calvo and
an honored Steward in the Methodist Church.,
respected and loved by all. says : - Dear Friend:
I acknowledge with thanks receipt of your 1 .e
book Danger Signals. I have read it through.
and am now prepared to say that it contains
some very wholesome advice to young people.
There is much truth and good advice in the little
book with which I am in hearty sympathy."
Mr. Herman Zadek, Manager Conzales Book
Store. Columbia. S. C.. says of it.: I read your
book with great pleasure and think it should be
read by every young man. The benefits he will
derive will be of great help through his young
life. He can only be good and converted to bet
ter living if he reads and understands your
Rev Maurice Bertrand Ingle, an honor gradu
ate of Harvard, Pastor of the First Christian
Church. Columbia. S. C.. says : - There are
many things in your book that are good for the
young to know. There is too much false mod
esty in the w orld anyhow."
Right Rev. Ellison Capers, Protestant Episco
pal Bishop of South Carolina, says : "There is
much truth and some good counsel to the young
in it." but he deprecates its being read by those
whom it will benefit. and they would be most
unlikly to acquire the information from any
Mr. Benn Pitman. the well known phono
grapher. says --It contains much useful advice
which young people must know and live to be
healthy and happy." but he does not want the
girls to read it. and yet girls are entitled to the
knowledge which only Danger Signals imparts.
--Danger Signals " also coitains the author's
analysis of the Fourth Commandment, showing
that it has never been comprehended, even by
the Jews, and that it is equally a violation of it
to labor at night as on the Sabbath. and that
not a living soul is properly observing the com
mandment relative to the Sabbath.
Of -Am I My Brother's Keeper ?.' Mr. Thomas
Jelferson LaMotte. a leading South Carolina
Prohibitionist, to whom it is dedicated. says:
" It is worthy of the head and heart from which
it emanated and of the cause it is meant to pro
mote." And Col. J. P. Thomas. Superintendent
S. C. Military Academy. one of the most schol
arly of men, says: --I have read your book with
:V"Agents for these books wanted every
where at 40 per cent. commission.
Address CHARLES A. CALVO, JR.. P. O. Box
77, Columbia. S. C.
2 WEEKS ONLY, ON
We have just received
a new lot of Watches and
Chains, which we pro
pose to sell
AT REDUCED PRICE
for two weeks. Here is
a few of our prices:
A 18 size Gold-filled
case, fitted with 15 jew
el adjusted Illinois Move
ment, for $10.
A Nickle case screw
back and screw face, fit
ted wifh 15 jewel Rock
ford Movement, for $8.
A 20 year Gold-filled
case, fitted with 7 iewel
Standard works, at $8.
A 20 year Gold-filled
case, hand engraved, fit
ted with 7 jewel Fortuna
Movement, at $12.50.
Silver Case Watches
with 7 jewel movement
A 20 year Gold-filled
Boss Chain for $1.25.
We have Columbus 15
jewel Movement at $7.
50. 6 size Fortuna move
ment for $4.
Safety Vest Fobs at
Longnett Guard Chains
20 year filled Guard
Chains at $2.50.
Remember. we have
everything in the Jew -
elry Line, and will sell at
about cost for two weeks
Beginning Nov. 27.
We will trade you a
new watch for your old
one, we will repair your
watches and clocks at
Don't forget the date,
come early and get your
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY
forbidden to Hunt, Shoot, or Trespass
in any way upon tihe Lands of the un
derSine. E. N. RICHA RDSON.
Ri. C. RICHARDSON.
Pinewood. S. C., November 27, 1905.
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
.D-.sy Medioine for Busy People.
)::gs Golden Health and Renewed Vigor.
~-eiiic for Const ipation, Indigestion, Live
:d.ney Troubies. Pimples, Eczema, Impure
E..t.Bad Breath. Sluggish Bowels, Headache
sa 1itce.he. It's Rocky Mountain Tea in tab
.ntr. .5 cents a box. Genuine made by
It, .:isrin Data Coin's, Madison, Wis.
GDNm !' IonGETS rOR SALLOW PEOPLE
We arrieigtefloigetrodnr agisi ht
W oe arel Sogt folng xaodiHnry ArgCainy, Sho
bounding case hardened l1cs, twist barrels, a splendid gun at $11O.00
1 L. C. Smith hammer Gun with smooth black barrelIs, bighly -
Sfinished, perfect mechanism, a good value at $20., present price $18 -
1 Stevens Arms Co. Gun, hammer, similar to L. C. Smith gun,
as described above,. value $20., present price $1'7.50
1 Cornel hammerless Shotgun, valued at $25., now $20.
In addition to the above we have a nice stock of Singe .Guns,
~including our celebrated Nitro Heter Single Shotgun, whic is the
Sbest thing of the kind on the market. Let us show you its many good
We have in stock at all times a nice assortment of Leggings,
SCartridges, Vests and Belts; also a full line of Ammunition.
IARMERS and STOCK MEN.
__ We have recently received a full carload of American Field -
SFence. We have more than ten styles from which to select. Call ~
Sand let us furnish you an estimate of cost for fencing your farm or
Spasture. We have this fence at the lowest price at which it has
ever been sold' before.
Ve-ry truly yours,
i MANNING HARDWARE COMPANY.
SA Big Rewarnd in Cash in Low Prices to all
who will come to
'THE CAPERS DRUG COMPANY
Sfor their Christmas Goods. A big supply of
all kinds of
Toys and Fireworks,
Cut-Glass, Fine Hand-Painted China, Stag-Horn Sets,
SSilv-erware, and some of everything Santa Claus had.
Sand Huyler's Candy for your girls; ther-e is nothing betr
These luxuries are for sale onlylby T -~..,
STHE CAPERS DRUG COMPANY,
SUMMERTON. S. C.