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Everybody's Planting Them Now!
the igh vage of Peanuts as food for man and beast
ipakes ten a necessity on the farm these days. As a
soi food aid hog fattener Peanuts have no equal. The
vines make excellent forage, while the viue and nuts
together make a splendid whole ration.
No Farmer Can Afford To Be Without His
Patch of Peanuts.
verybOdy knows the Old Reliable N. C.'s-price Oc.
quart--3 quarts 25c., 65c. peck (liquid measure).
Vaehcia Red Spanish Peanuts.
-'his isan jmprovement over the.little twisted Spanish
i .is t Thse Vadeiicsare of good size, well filled, with
from three to four perfect nuts to the shell. Price, [.c.
quart-3 quarts 25c, and 65c. peck (liquid measure).
e .. Ware handling only the most reliable varieties, best
snite to this ?acidity.
IE IMANNIG GROCERY CO.
" The Seed People.
We now have in stoek a full line of the famous
1Sa ow1. tiarammed Hosiery for Gentlemen.
Ladies and Children.-Price $1.00 a box of 4
f arinteed to last any one four months.
bMeSpring season-is now over and we-are mak
agadditions to our already Darge stock in the way
boods ery iiee.:-Alwys some
ldii img nat Jenkinson's.
~ et- better aequinted with' the vl
nswe are offering in Clothingfo
Men and Young Men.
You Are Specially Invited
to call this tweek for a try-on. Wont
estabythinsira alook through and we
idBm~k pldastzini showing you. Sev
ed:eaded uits to-select from. We
iftyt;on ssrell as if it had been tail
.ietspiayfor you, and it will cost
SThe Well Dressed
Men and Young Men are wearing one
of our achloss Tailored Suits, also Cros
WtsShoes and the newest Straw Hats
efro us. -Ask them. They will take
pSasurs in pointing you to the best
store for gteatest values.
WHEN YOU WANT THE-BEST FOR YOUR
MONEY LOOK FOR THlE YOUNG RELI
. H. Rigeby.
-Got Strong and Wen Agaia a1
+ Small Cost.
Miss Alta Abel, of West Baden, Ind
says: "I was a complete wreck, al
ways tired, wornout and nervous. I
had to spend about one-third of my
time in bed and my life was not wortl
living. Vinol, your delicious cod live
+ aind iron tonic, was recommended, anc
it has done me more good than all the
medicine I ever took in my life. Thai
nervous and tired feeling is all gone
I have gained in health, flesh anc
strength, until I feel like another per
Vinol is the most efficient strength
creator for such women. It is tht
medicinal elements of the cods' liver
contained in Vinol, aided by the blood
making and strengthening properties
of tonic iron, which makes it so fai
superior to all other tonics to bull
.up health and strength for weak
tired, ailing women.' It contains n<
oil and has a delicious taste.
We give back your money if Vino
does not do all that we claim
t U cu u'se s D~ru_. . , .as...., -.
What Would You Do?
"What would you do it you were t
milionairer was the question pro
pounded to tue itttle boys of an eas
side senuo the other day.
'rhe lrtle east siders' answers wer
interestini. Some of tbeim wrote:
"I would fave a house with room
for eacb Kind or use. suen as sittin
room. bedroom and dining room."
-I would buy banlts and be a banI
CS president at a tare salary.
"I would live oil -'ir'tt avenue in t
clean house and buy autos and ebnr
"I would he proud of my situatio
and aiso ;;:i. and I would own auto:
and enrns mniey oy lurin;. tn)etn out.
"- w'ultl to":tst Usy ple:tsnts: :1 so to
stittte:1 +n uennel tio -:enot
--"t w uI:i l9i:5 sin- sub~w::y :1nt0 gob
rieb ityr t ir'tir' IIt cenats .\ew i on
A Queer View of Edu:ation.
O( ppe.sitinto to t:tI' ,sine lii t l 1t i
past was dei' I:trre!y to :1 te!ier tlt;t
too a ltnea it'lng w. not zuli th1
inusrss. 'Thet wotrlte H:.antan .\inr
even.tt wast was t:net or thet niotsr ear
ne-0 sutppotrters +": 111- inloetntent tool
tihe e t:lt!!lhintt tit 'e fot< r: tM~
poor ill. E.2:1td. !l:d t': detitati
tIdas :Is to how fNr the thildrei: sumtti
()et edite rT::e :-:" ur .u atil. !.,w tI:
(-intsed ' he:1tnil r't i';se" soi9 t t":!:i'
the bI i in ' .'et n ant n " .-ui
fotr "erv:ttit . :t- e :' e v ."Ia
lowV oA lots wi'rt:ut! :i I i 1: .tie ('' tl
Dn't Lei indigcsti0
Eat. Good food won't hur
you. R. L. T. taken befor
retiring will make you enjo
Iyour meals and digest you:
food. You will soon oecom
strong and healthy.
The Liquid Liver Regulatol
Cures Indigestion by restoring th
digestive orgtans to healthy, natura
action.'It'contains-nothing but hr -m
less oiis extrs'ted from roots an<
heiirbs. R. L. T. works promptly ant
does not gripe. Its benefits are per
Smanent. G Laranteed as represented
or money refunded.
.O5c and $1 Bottles
I Ask Your Druggist
FOR SALE BY
What They Will Do for You
SThey will cure your backache
strengthen your kidneys, cor
rect urinary irregularities, built
up the worn out tissues, an:
eliminate the excess uric acit
:that causes rheumatism. Pro
vent Bright's Disease and Dia
bates, and restore health an<
stegh. Refuse substitutce
Soigthe condition of
ofMnn~ ingt the close of busin~ess
MARCH 8th, 1913.
Loans and r escuon. .......$7fl424 0
Batikin ou Wi.............(- 144.9
Frntuieand fixtures....... 1.800.0
Cah on haind and in banks 7,389 7
. u...s Gtoldsfi D'evernts Psanenesnia
- CHARGED- THE ENEMY.
It Wasn't Because He Was Brave and
Defied Death, Though.
General Basil Duke of Louisville,
communider of Morgan's cavalry fol
lowing the death of his brother-in-law,
General .lohn Morgan. told this story
at a reunion of the survivors of the
battle of Shiloh. '
He said that during one of the Ten
uessee campaigns Morgan's men sur
prised and drove back a regiment of
Federal troopers. In the midst of the
retreat one of the enemy. who was
mounted upon a big bay horse. sud
denly turned and charged the victori
ous Confederates full tilt, waving his
arm and shrieking like mad as he bore
down upon them alone. Respecting
such marvelous courage, the Confed:
erates forbore shooting the approach
ing foe. but when he was right upot
them they saw there was a differeni
reason for his foolhardiness.
He was a green recruit. His horse
had run away with him. The bit had
broken. and, white as a' sheet and
sc:tred stiff. tb !uckless youth was be
ing propelled str::ight at the whooping
Kentuckians. c. gging for mercy as h
Jeff Sterritt, a noted wit of the com
mand. stopped the horse and made a
willing prisoner of the rider. S'erritt
who had not washed or shaved fot
days and was a ferocious looking per
son. pulled out a big pistol. -' don'
know whether to kill you right now."
be said. -or wait until the fight ii
"Mister." begged't e quivering cap
tive. "don't do it at all. I'm a disci
pated character, and I ain't prepared
to die." -Philadelphia Saturday Even
REAL ROOF GARDENS.
The Kind They Plant on Log Cabins
In Rural Norway.
The log cabins of rural Norway art
built of heavy pine logs hewed squart
and of equal size from end to end
They are usually stained or oiled, ant
their rieb yellowish or brownish color
is in harmony with almost any sur
roundings. Their roofs are sodded. s
circumstance that adds picturesqueness
to the general effect.
"I have come across roofs that wer
a riot of wild pansies." says a writel
in the Craftsman. "and I have seer
wonderful roofs where wild roses buns
over the eaves or a daisy roof, the ef
feet of whose white, starlike flowers
topping the dark brown structure. was
exquisitely picturesque. ,
"Some roofs produce only pasture
grass, and the story runs in Norwegiat
folklore that a lazy man ledis cow'ot
the roof-the cabin was built against :
hill-instead of taking her to the pas
tare. I have no doubt that the story b
true, for I have often seen a couple o1
white kidlets gamboling on the sofl
green housetops while the mother goat
grave and ruminative, was tethered t<
"Sod roofs are just as water tight a:
others if they are laid correctly. A
t board roof is first laid upon. a house
and this is covered with a.,layer.'ol
birch bark. On top of this. comes.
layer of sod with the grass turned. dowi
to the roof, then a rather thick layel
of earth and finally another layer oi
sod, this timec with the gras'p. The
result is a most exquisite..and poetica
covering for the house."
.Work of the Doctor, *
Dr. Stephen Paget has some ihnterest
lug observations on the doctor anid hi
rewards in his "Confessio Medic." "I
medicine is a trade why should th
doctor so often work for nothing?"h
asks. "'if it Is an art what, works o
art does he produce? Ndne. . say
Claude Bernard. 'Le medecin artist
ne cree rien.' But surely betis wrong
The doctor, so far from creaidng noth
ing, creates life, for he saves or prc
longs life, creates more life. if Mis!
X. is seventy, and the doctor by an op
eration enables her to live till she il
seventy-five he has not prolonged the
seventy years. for they were ended be
fore he came, but he has created fly
brand new years. If he had not beea
there they would not be here. That it
Velocity 4f Light.
The velocity of light as determines
by Simon Neewomb is 290.800 kilome
ters. or 18d.327 miles. per second re
duced to a vacuum or space specifi
speed. Time required for light to c'oml
here from moon. 1.3 seconds: fron
sun. 8 minutes 19 seconds: from near
et star. 4.35 years: from Sins. 8
years: from Areturns, not less that
40 years. and from others-vastly more
remote, from 1.000 to 5.000 years.
The following sc-hoolboy "bowlers
come from New' Zealand:
"Gross darkness is 144 times darke1
than ordinary darkness."
"Marconi is the stuff you use to make
"Charon was a man who fried sole!
over the sticks."
A Mere Bagatelle.
Gabe-i see where a wvaiter in St
Louis has purchased a hotel out of the
Stips he r-ec.eived in five years. Steve
What did be do with the rest of tia
"Why are you learning Frenc-?"
"Why? Because I've just got a dos
from France. and the silly beast can'
understand a word of English."--LoU
What mn want is not talent, it 1.
purpose; not the power to achieve. bui
the will to labor. Hulwer-Lytton.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probatt
or Clarendon county,~, at 11 o'clock a
m.on the 30th day of April. 1913. foi
lteo discharge as Executor of th<
te--aeof Samuel WV. Evans. de
~ceasd. L. B. GIBBONS.
Turbec ille, S. C., .\ach, 29, 913.
A nice comfortable dwelliune
in the town of MannIng, wel
- situated in a good neigh borhood
Thme house contains eight rooms
bans and stables. Lot 78 fee1
jwide by 253 feet deep. Price
jreasonable. Terms easy.
iWetH. C. CUTTTINO
-3 WetLibedy St..
3 wnter. S. C
- ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT
, simnilating& tFoo j
R.L ltte~tomadisa ona
hEa C,. ofi0 WrlCGape.
Nh n n oo rLreD
aod we a'm A re all ou .torS
Pay A Visit
to our c alii'-i- tnd he will convin.-e y ou
that we have every.-facility for hand
ting your b-eking: busin.-ss with ac
teuracy and -dd.,p itch Our financ ial
standing i -
oand we am to treat all our.customers
with the ! restest. courres.) andi cn-id
.vratiou, ue their .acounts large or
The Bank of aManning
WILoL TART YOUL SAVING AND
ANYEPA YOR WTMIT
wo Woul Lakeing, Desfl.-itormad o
mel pt pn-pl soa' di-rl e ipss
--Yout ana n mare baiid ator un
withou tawl 4 he fis dla than t y &c
builhd atL. ouse who tbe tir a hric."
ONY DOLARN TR BOANKI
ak andarai rust o. t
eachdavwil b-- s o, sh-/add
ONED DRLAR NTEANK
31L AR TICLES.
It has been the rule of our
pharmacy to handle only the
very best goods, both in the drug
a n d toilet line, and anything
bougt of us ytutU r e4t.
suredi is of the highest qnality.
ur good name depends upon the
quality of what w-' sell, and we
mean to maintain our reputation.
as long as we are in business.
For Infants and Children.
rhe Kind You Have
.TrE CEaUKI CjMPANY. NEW YORK CIT
W.C. DA\IS. J. W. WIDEMAN
DAVIS & WIDEMAN,
ATTOtNEYS AT LA W ,
MANNING. . 1:
JOHN G. CAPERS. (of South Carolina).
Ex-Commissioner Internal Revneu
JOSEPH D. WR.GHT.
AT ORNEYS AT -LAW
wtA,-iIoTuN. U. C.
onl ['irst Ciass R.-al Estaer
Purdy & O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS -AT LAW.
89ON- N. P J 8ING -LO
We solicit your
Cleaning and Pressing
work and promise prompt and
go'dc ser-dcte. We ha;ve employ
ed presse.rs and c'eaners with
experience, and all work entrdist.
ed to us will be-guaranteed.
Send your clothes~ to the Bon
Ton Pressing Club.
[01 BM. MilW.
DR. .J. A (CO LE,
Upst-airs over Bank of Manuiug.
P'hsue Nss 7l
Hacker Mfg, Co.
Geo. S. Hacker & SoA ,
Door<~. S 1lsi wlr Bln,: Coliumnrs
ansi BaIuster,:Gr ilMs and Gaolt
0 gatm..or,:'~ s.-n Doos and
W E DE AL. IN
Gliw. S L'sl1 Aotd :tai W--isht.
-. O. W
Nt.- is h.- r.-s gi- n that a Teac-h
r- x mi na o -s I 'e he d -I +
es~r . e.0 \- mue - Y :t'. \! V 2
113 5 i .. : p emp Hi a 9 . - k.
Evr -:-~ e h hi. lii u. t a v Vi eer ii
cat15. 0r w.s ex!)e.-t.., to teach .-hoolci
E .1. I3ROWNE Co Srpi. Ed
11.n e 0 r.. I-u . is ii - eri mte?
the nI1.oiroIm ;nai Iicannss o$ estrb5Ou
'Carbon like thle miemu~i~ls ofi ssl 0:as
the powerVF I utl'iSI: P roesscondinoss or
tropc moie111 ontssl~ wiltlioni sosinc its
jdividii sity Ss while its propsertles
and app~iearanle many nave changed it
is still c-heiulty cairbon and nothing
but ectrlbn As orinrily mel with in
the formI or col.. ointl:Uand elimres-t. it
is t-ld a morphsuls -arbon. ats graphite
it is called g~rapihith-eurb'on. and to the
form oft the diamond 1t Ia knowns as
crvstaillie cnraon Conl is therefore
very aptly termed "biack dia monds."
sine chemilrliy it is idenuically the
same as the white dit:mhond though
som chriae tiili h nas takenD pliare in.
thintinritesimalil partie called the
molcslie ns etised Its .valtre to be
ra pea in d L5n:10 U 4e Iuliserda o
DEBhJ-QUALITY. - ---- .- - - --OlC.1ANS~tIP
LWETERHORN & SON,
\baIdfaiturers or CVERG S
DOORS. SASH AND BLINDS
Charie.ton, S C
Prompt Deliveries r Estimates Furnished.
4* ,.. 44+4-+4+ oi+*4 ++ 444 4eyi+.++4.4.444
An Array, of Facts
rezardin the value 4f an article doa- not a1-vavs
Cinlvince as to it, -.up -rir ty. Bat if the arti ;
be swi n, a persoI of judgment can deterine
quickly if it puss ses merit.
We want you to see
our line of Milin-rv and we wil1:a.v.it your
mint,without styipg a word,, for we know t wilt .;
b, favorable. You-won't lesve the store withot
making a purch se.
Don't Let Dry Wea
Ruin Your Crops
In times of -.cantiy rait.fa,I the suil must, be tiiled more f-qu..ntly to
keep it sufficiently m'.ist.
This m.-ans that. in dr., weatrh e h- rihht -mount of noiQmur can i
found uul n a perf-tie.~ d bed . 1- rfer.Ltseed rzed.a~ 1ip.sitii Withot~
perfect satisfaction. That-is why aareJd consteucted barrow is an absolute
necessity on your farm.
.We selIl a harrow that will he just what iou want. Itris buil for-per''ect
work and will last for many3 .ears R. pair e-xpen.-e will be- practically
Let us talk over wilh .o0 ifwe many advanags .f h-s htrav.W
kn"w eou need one on your faAni
MANNIMi HARDWARE cO:W1AN1Y.
li S& 1
ete kti eihful aifi
choie ofmen ho wnt ealnatua toac
In ech 5 sac thee ar oneana
chie igni n Nrh>aoi
S Th isee- an ue'Mitr
\hte o mk rak c ke
ett. t.isdeigtfl - .aify kesc a''. i s
choceofmenwh wnt ea.ata ogu:fpsns
hiaeachponsstromtheuee-reMonture ma -
? choeiassorted withitaesthrom BOiRSE
qct Se' tcouon fro FOUR .kJ (l
b conpooubteicoupon). Pi:-K PLUG
aGARETTE. and od
ags apnzsd by us
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