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in use for over 30 years, I
An Counterfeits, Imitations I
Experiments that trifle with
Ift- and Chidren-Expel
Castora is a harmless subs
geekt,- Drops and soothing f
-.:tais neithe opium, c
msahnen n-:Its age is its gu
and alays ' everishness. It
COel. It relieves Teething I
ada Flatulene i.. It assnl
tome h and Bowels, giving
S Chfldren's Paaqea-Th
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1es Uaua ommwn. i w
"> i yw. -.erewere the
Iw~nwar K-, orecitil'their
iam._ a he pfrleties openly
'tWst rID coopLby dtors
ktI'me aitlire dere
streef runners Ii i s
eidence before a parilaixantary cow
U ttee -I 1816 described how these
a sito sin. batehes of wa'
santi every dai "to take up all the
poor dels on the streets so as to
ehaYe2htD24d. eeeb as bait. Only
the pe eledtri were sent to
gaot, and a morning's work would
m ie m prodnee ?O .50.' after
ileht~the worthy~ mahtrate-and his
erijwaeinid adjonn- to a neighboring
?b greatest Irrtist bnthe world
wweacarcature of a- woxman'h hat
ie; pieture wi6 funny, that be a1
'mise lia t t augi at'it himself. but
whnbe showed It to his wife s
mareretacki a sBe.
Donp'tjou IleJt'j seuredA theart
ikttr -she replied. "Of course
-~~aati-t Iever si in T erAf.
Wb~ ~yo~waste your time onstIdos:
iod omde pictures when you ares
p3SUOflignimr beintifol thInSB
Moral-Yois eau't egrienture~ awo
m's- hat.-London !2t-Sits.I
- A's.t i tietbaind. -
Although Ben i lowits was Pars
correspondent of the London imes fe
tidryears,..e~gereanied to write
English. This gap In his acqoipements
rea to the performance of a remarkable
shorthand feat on the part of J!. G. Al
g enortds euie. Every day
diesit used to dietate his article in
treeh.andMr. Algr rld take itj
down in shorthand la Eigiuh. How
pbeof such apeornne?-oSJO
-8. Qensrqus. of Him.
So. psoii Jotumik nas tailed? Tbo
bad: f.inaedme something ys
thhday, buxt now in is troubqe I won't
told him to it."
.'hat's~efrgngous~Of yo. -What
"His daughter's-hand In marriage."
Offieer-Bow Is -this. -Murphy? Ser
seat -comaina that you calhed him1
names. Private Murphy-Plaze.. sur,
I never caued him any names at all.
AU I -said was. -Sergeant." says!I,
samea uewsht tobe in a menage
--Hii Favorite Paper.I
"What Is your favorite tIllstrated
paper?" askethe eheerful Idiot.
-Tbe ten dollar bi.- replied the
. .Where hy o
the work of ten men. VisItor Gee
wthis. My wife ought to have married
For Infanta and Children,
lb Kind You Hlave Ama Bought
g. 0. ?uapY. S. OLIVER 0 BKYAN(
PURDY & ORYAN,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
MANNING. S. C.
DR. J. FRANK GEIGER.
MANNTNG. S. c.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MdANNING. S. C.
1..romnL attentinn given to Collectaions.
ought, and which has been
as borne the signature of
is been made under his per
tupervision since its infancy.
noonetodeceive youin this.
md "Just-as-good" are but
and endanger the health of
:ience against Experiment.
itute for Castor Oil, Pare
yrups. It is Pleasant. It
rphine nor other Narcotic
rantee. It destroys Worms
e-. es Diardlima and Wind
Croubles, cures Constipation
tes the Food, regulates the
healthy and natural sleep.
* Mother's Friend.
OR IA ALWAYS
rer 30 Years.
mam r. vomur enen.
.The Mediterranean of. the North.
Hudson I:y described by some as
the Mediternrnean or the north." b
the third largest in the world
The.aren of the Mediterranean is 977.
E.X) square miles: of the Baltic. 580.
000: of Hudson bay. 355.000. Its
length is 800 miles and breadth 500,
and. cowpared with the great takes. 11
fia veritable oeaun. for lake Superior's
area is only 31.000 square riles. Lake
Huron's but 23.000. Lake Michigan's
a scant 2L.5i. Lake Erie's merely
9.960 and~ Lake Ontarios barely 7.240.
The outlet of Hndson bay to the At
lantic is Hudson strait. nearly 500
miles long, with an average breadth
.of 100 miles. its narrowest width be
ins sixty miles.-American Review ~ol
Boston's State House.
The statehouse. located on Beacon
bilL. Boston. occupying the site o
John Hancock's cow pasture. which
was purchased by the town and pre
seated to. the state. Cornerstone laid
in 1795 by Paul Revere. the oration
being delivered by Governor Samuel
.Adams. . Original building completed
in 1798 and costS1i33.000. New exten
ston.. ompleted in 1895, Is four times
the size of the old building and cosl
- Happy Thought.
Azixos-Mhother-There's a look about
hat Soung iman's .eyes that I don't
like, He looks at me out of their cor
nes as If trying to conceal something.
Paughter-Perhaps he Is trying to con
ee.his admIration for you, ma. Moth
er (much relievedb-Oh. I didn't think
o- that!-London Express.
News to Him.
"Here Is a story of a woman who
says that present mariage laws make
woman the slave of man." said the
square jawed matron as she looked up
from the newspaper.
"Whyv don't they enforce the law.
then?" meekly asked Mr. Henpeeke.
Mr. Oldbeau- Miss Ethel. may I not
hope to--er- -some day call you my
wife? Miss Ethel-- Have you spoken
to mamma on the subject? Mr. Old.
been-- Why-er-yes. I believe I did
some twenty years ago.- -Boston Tran
Nothing is 41115ult. It Is only we
who are Indolent. Benjamin R. Bay
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When you have a bad cold you1 w'an
a r.'medy that will not only give relief,
u: effecti a promil~ned p-rma~nen- ceme,
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'hamberlan's Cou,!h Re'n, d~s m .-t
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"'Bjinks hias broken his engagement
with Miss Hansum. he says."
"Why did he break Ity'
"She decided she wouldn't marry him,
and he said he wouldn't be engaged to
any girl who wouldn't marry him."
New York Mail.
Husband--By Jove. I wait some.
thing exciting to read--sombthing real
ly bloodcurdling! Helpful 'Wife- Her4
Is my dressmaker's bill. dearest.
Mother -John. I had a very touching
letter from our boy Frank today.
Father-How much did he touch yot
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MANNING, S. C.
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JOHN G. CAPERS. (of South Carolina).
Ex-Commissioner Internal Revneu
JOSEPH D. WRIG HT.
C APERS & WRIGiHT,
AT ORNEYS AT LA'S
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ROMANCE OF A RIFLE.
It Linked a Soldier With Two Wai
Twenty-two Years Apart.
While 31r. Frederic Martyn wI
serving :n Africa with the French Fo
eign Legion there cane under his n
tiee an incident that he records I
"Life In the .egion." The legion ba
advanced against the Dahoman ar
and was in pursuit of the black wart
A Dahonian warrior was killed i
the act of leveling his gun at Captai
Battreau of the legion from behind
cotton tree on the side of a nearby hil
As he fell his rifle clattered down :
the officer's very feet. Captain Ba
treau saw that it was an old cihassi
pot and picked it up out of curiosit:
Suddenly he became very much inte
ested. He examine it carefully an
at last exelaimed with a gasp of astol
"Well. this is a miracle' Uere is tt
very ritie I used in 1S70 during tt
war with Germ:ny: See th:it hole i
the butt? That was made by a Pru:
sian bullet at Saint-Pilvat. I coul
tell the gun from among a million b
that mark alone. but heres my nuu
ber stamped on it as well, which
evidence enough for anybody. WI
would have thought it possible that
should pick up in Africa. as a captal;
a rifle that I used in France as a se
geant twenty-two years ago? It is il
Captain Battreau was able to pros
that the rifle bad indeed been his, an
he received permission to keep it.
THE COAL ICK IN THE SKI
It Is Visible Only Because It Contair
Nothing That Is Visible.
Immediately belt v the lower stat
of the group which forms the Souther
Cross there is a black patch In the ski
dark. sack shaped and mysterion
S ientically accurate astronomers el
plain that it is not a patch, but rathe
something which becomes visible b
reason of the anomaly that it contain
nothing that is visible.
The liy mind, preferring bald realit
to abstract truth. is somewhat startle
to learn that an object is seen becants
there Is nothing in it to see. hut no on
can disjiute the fact. The coal sack i
visible because it contains nothing the
In other words. it. is a vast hole i
the stellar system in which there is nc
even a pinch of stellar dust to shed
flicker of luminosity. It is typicall
and absolutely the quintessence c
Because it is so and in contradictio
of all preconceived notions the huma
eye can see It without the aid of
telescope or other instrument.
Between the stars of the Milky ova
there are many little holes In the ste
lar system-little by comparison. the
is to say-burt one must have telescope
and patience to find them. One nee
only cross the line to the sonther
hemisphere and locate the Souther
Cross In order to see the coal sack.
The unmusical man if he takes a ci
rious interest in music- very often fl
vors "program" music. And the ret
son is not far to seek. If the musi
says nothing to him the "progran
does. He thinks of the "program,
therefore, as making music more hi
man. connecting it with life, giving
a definite message to men. As a ma
ter of fact. however, the "program"i
never the essential thing (1 mean b
"program." of course. the official litel
ary explanatlonm. The "program" doe
not interpret the music. It is the mi
sic that lends something of itself I
color and emotionalize the "program.
Music is the universal native. Iti
never the foreigner with the literar
person for interpreter.-GlasgoW Hej
Dr King's New Life Pills will re
ive constipation promptly and ge
'our bowels in heahby-condit ion aurait
John Sunsic, of Sanhury, Pa.. sais
"'They are the best pills I ever used
abe I advise everyone to use them fc
cmsioation, indiaestion and livo
complaint." Will belie von. Price 25'
Recommended by all drugg ists.
*"I believe that phlrenologrist Is
"He asked me In an absentmilnde
way It I didn't wanm a shamtpoo Trie.
to laugh It off lmmim-dlately. but I hay
my suispicilons -'Pir;~4murgh Post.
I have but one lamp by which m:
feet are guided. and that ls the amn
of exp~eriece I know no way o
judina of the ru'ture but by the past
A nim mueist 'etandit ertect, not be kep
- -Health a Factor in Success.
The laren factor cotribnuting~ to.
man' sucee-s is unldobiedlv health. I
has b.-en obs.-rv.d thatt a mn is se-ldor:
saek when his howelIs are regular-h
I- ne-ver wvell when :hev arce onstipali
- For: can-'ipa ion youn will (lod no la
i ne quitie so coi'd .as Ch'am erla in1
l'ablets Tlh-> not only mlore t he boo
*-ls but imaprov.- 11.- a:pe-tite a n
stengtheun the diae-stion. They are 'o'
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On F'irst-Class' R.eal Estat
Purdy & O'Dryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
headache, biliousness, in
n digestion, rheumatism,
d pimples, blotches, yellow
y complexion, etc., . are all
signs of poisons in your
n blood. These poisons
n : should be driven out, or
serious illness may result
t To get rid of them, use
- E 5
. the old, reliable, purely
d vegetable, liver medicine.
Mrs. J. H. Easier, of
Spartanburg, S. C.; says:
-"Ihad sick headache, for
years. I felt bad most of
e time, I dried Thed
rd's Black-Draught, and
now I feel better than
e when I was 16 years old."
d Your druggis sells it, In
25 cent packages.
. Insist on Tedord's
'rLongfellow.'the poet. was introduced
- . to on I.ongworth. and some one com
mtenttl n t fact that the first syl
r lales of their names were the same
' --Yes.- said the poet. "but in this
S case I fea-r Pope's lines will apply.
'Worth makes the man, the want of
S it the fellow.'
e -'T am afraid.* said -Mr. Benpeek.
t "that I made a foot of myself today."
"lon't worry about it." his wife re
n plied. "it isn't likely that anybody
noticed anything unusual about the
way you spoke or acted" -Chicago
a The spring months often E.i a wo
man tir.-d out, with pain in back, hip
and head, nervous and sleepless. Foley
Kiduev Pills will quickly prove their
worth and value as a healer of all k id
c ney and blatider ailments and i'rregu
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t for rheumat.ism, clearing the uric acid
s from the joints aud syst-em Try them
d the D ckson Drug Co., Manning, S. C,
a Leon Fischer, Sumnierton, S. C.
ESKIMO SEAL HUNTING.
t- Spears That Won't Break and Floats
L- That Bag the Game.
L- When orce he has gone to the trouble
C of splicing a fine spear handle the Es
kimo dloes not wish to break it. so tbe
point is put on with a toggle or joint.
When seal or walrus is harpooned the
. sudden struggle of the animal does not
s break the spear, but merely ; unjoints
y the point, and the more the animal.
-struggles the more the point turns
s crosswise i the wound and the firmer
I- the barbs take hold.
0 But the animal cannot escape. for
''with thongs of skin the point is con
s nected with the spear shaft. The ani
Y mal merely swims away or dives deep
into the sea, carrying with him the~
spear. The long leather thong which
is'attacbed to it uncoils from the deck
of the caique and pays out. It ear
ries with it a dralg like a kite. which
retards the animal and exhausts him.
tbut 'does not pull hard enough to break
the line. Even this drag is made of
.skin stretched over a spliced frame
r work. When the line is all paid out
r it is seen to be attached to a float
e~ which is also carried on the deck of
the boat. This is made of an Inflated
skin. It has plugs and attachments
cleverly carved from Ivory. for wood
1 is far too precious to be used in this
land of ivory so far from the forests.
The float serves as a buoy so that the
i Eskimo can follow the animal and find
It after It gives up Its struggle and
dies. Then, too, the float keeps the
catch from sinking and being lost In
the ocean's depths.-Southern Work
>WITrOUT' AN ANSWER.
An Old Proposition Treated From a:
"To settle an argument kindly an
swer the following question: If an ir
resistible force were to come in con
tact with an immovable body, what
would be the result?"
SThe answver car'not be thought in the
present limitation of the human mind.
SWe cannot ev-en commence to think of
Sany infinity whatever.
An Irresistible force . is an infinite
force and cannot be thought tf in any
property it may have by any phase of
mind functioning in any brain.
1 An immovable body is infinitely still
or its rest is absolute, and mind in
brain cannot think of the absolute.
For a body to be at absolute rest it
must be the only one in existence, for
if there are two in space attractions
will cause both to move.
But if one body only existed then
finite mind cannot know whether It is
immovable, because we cannot know
whether force is outside. -Only crea
ive mind can know this. With only
one body in infinite space, then tinite
minid could not discover whether it is
at rest or itinmotion, hav-ing no othe'r
object with which to compare it. The
two words rest and motion would he
com(e mieaingle'ss. And humans can
not at lpresenlt think of infinite space
nor two points in space. Impossible
unless matter occupies these two
pints. Then the word space could
not ilpply to these points sir they
are oc'cupied. - New York American.
Best Medicine For Colds.
d hen a druosziss recommends a rdT
edy for colds, throit and long troile
v'u can feel sure that. he knuowswhat
Ie is talking abour C. Lo."edr Druer
ci't, of Marion. Ohi", writes otf Dr ,
Kir.g's New Discovery: "I know Dr
King's New Discovery is the hest th roats
and lung medicine I sell. It cured m~s
wife of a severe bronchial cold after
e all other' remewdies failed." It will do
the same for you if you are sufr'er'ing
with a cold or any bronchial, throat or
lung cough. Keep a bottle on hand all
the time for everyone in the family to
us-. I t is a home doctor Price 50c and
$1.00. Guaranteed bv all druggists.
TON GUES OF BIRDS.
That of tea. Humming Bird Is About
the Most Curious of All.
A German naturalist has gathered
some curious data with reference to
the tongues of birds As he points
out, many persons suppose that wood
peckers use their sharp pointed tongues
as darts with which to transfix their
prey. It is true that the woodpecker,
like the bumming bird. can dart out
Its tongue with estraordinary rapidity
and that its mouth is furnished -with
an elaborate mechanism for this pur
pose. yet investigation shows that the
object of their swift motion is only to
catch the prey. not to pierce it. For
the purpose of holding the captured
victim the woodpecker's tongue Is fur
nished with a sticky secretion.
Irasmuch as it possesses the power
of imitating speech. it is not surprising
to learn that the parrot's tongue re
sembles that of man more closely than
any other bird's tongue does. It is'not
because the parrot is more inte ent
than many other birds, but becau 'a
tongue is better suited for articul..
than theirs that it is able to amuse us
with its .wimicry.
In some respects the humming bird's
tongue is the aost remarkable of all.
It is double nearly from end to end.
so that the little creature is' able to
grasp its insect prey very much as if
its mouth were furnished with a pair
of lingers -Harper's Weekly.
Gardens of the Bosporus.
- The gardens. of the losporus are
one of the most characteristic fea
tures of that river-like strait. They
have, moreover. . a definite. cachet of
their own This is. largely. prescribed
to them by the nature of the soil on
which they are laid out. The banks of
the Bosliorus slope sharply back to a
height of seine 400 feet and are bro
ken by valleys penetrating more grad
ually into 'the rolling tablelands' of
Thrace and Asia Minor Few of their
houses, therefore. do .not enjoy some
view of the water and of the opposite
shore, rarely more than a mile or two
away The gardens of the houses are
accordingly laid out with reference to
those views and are determined in
form by the steepness of the hillsides
on which they lie They are terraces
that Is. one or many according to the
size of thg garden.-Seribner's.
Cure For Stomach .Disorders.
. Disorders of the s'omach may be
avoided by the use of Chamberlain's
Tablets. Many very remarkable cures
have been affected by these .tablets
Sold by all dealers.
Why Waste Words?
"Hello' Is that You, .John?"
"Did you go to the store and order
the things I spoke about when you left
home this morning?'
"Why, to tell you the truth. Maria"
"That's all. Goodby."-Chicago Trib
Both Were Ancient
"What kind of a bird was the dodo?"
asked the callow youth. of the breezy
- "I don't know." she answered. "That
bird Is extinct, but ask Miss Sereleaf
over there. Maybe she's seen one."
-A Mean Trick.
Knicker-Why did' Jones give his
wife a eiocli that strikes the quarters?
Boker-It keeps- her so confused' she
doesn't know what time he comes
The strongest things are in danger
from the weakest.--Disraeli.
Wonderful Skin Salve.
Buellen's Arnica Salve is ' known
verywhere as the best remedy made
for all diseases of the ski'n.- and .alo-for
burns, bruises and hoils. Reduces in
lamation and is soothing and healing.
J. T. Sossamnan. publisher of News., of'
Cornelius. N. C.. writes that. one box
elped his serious skin ailment after
a:her remedies faied. Only 25c. Reco
mended by all druggists.
Why He Was Popular.
The man with a natur'il aptitude fom
mechanics received so many invitations
to take automobile trips with friends
who acted as their own chauffeur that
he came to be envied by his less popu
Ir acquaintances..- One day the popu
lar guest condescended to enlIghten
Ihemn on his true status.
"You fellows needn't get green
eyed." he said. "I haven't got such a
snap as you think I have. What they
want me to go along for is to blow up
the tires and make repairs In case of
acident. I wouldn't be such a hot fai
vorite If I wasn't so proficient in that
line. The knowledge that I wouldn't is
somewhat galling. but as T enjoy the
trips I swallow my pride and accept
the invitations."-New York Times.
Few people know that the passage of
royal tr-ain is guarded almost every
yard of the way be the journey of the
sovereign short or long. Many people
laugh when they read of lines upon
ines of soldiers being drawn up along
the railway muetals in Russia when the
czar tr-avels, but the same thing prac
ically occiurs in FEngland. says the Pall
Mall Gazette, only without the ostenta
tious display of uniifor-ms. The line
over which the royal train is to pass is
quite r~s effectively guarded. though to
ll appearaL'ce there is uobody there.
60D DRUGS AND
It has b'en the rule of our
pharmacy to handle only the
very best goods, both in the drug
u d toilet line, and anything
bought of us you may rest as
sured is of the highest quality.
Our good name depends upon the
quality of what we sell, and we
mean to maintain ,ar reputation
as long as we are in business.
7 E6LEF ' DHAR MA CV
This Interests Every Woman.
A ramilv doClor---aid ree-nity that
women .ome to him thinking that. they
have femate trouble, but, when he treats
them for their kidneys and bladder,
the) soon recover. This is worth know
ior, and also that Foley Kidney Pills 0
are tbe best and -afest medicine at such
nimes. Tnry are unic in action. quick
i rsuit 'The will help .ou. The
;re-kson Drug Co., Manning. S. C.,
L oh Fiseberr. Summer.un, S C.
The Glacial Epochs.
Several times in recent years it has
heen observed that great explosive
Volinnie eruption- rKrnikatoa. Pele,
Katmai, by charging they upper atmuos
phere in the isothermal region with
fine dust have markedly diminished 0
the amount of solar radiation received
at the earth's surface. It seems evi
dent. necording to l'rofessor V J
Hlumphreys. that the effect of this V
process must he to redtage the temper
ature of the air near the earth. since
the dnst seatter.4 a great amount of
Hit- solar ratiation Thus a period of 0
-::-essive vntlenie activity. If long con
tinned. would pr odtice the thermal
-,onditions of an Ice age bhe geolog
ei-a record is said to furnish evidence
thlat s:ch period actoaly began
shortly before the last ice age and has
cointied with diminishing intensity
to the present time.
Changing Tastes In Perfumes.
Perfumes were In common use in
the ancient world. but it Is curious to
.notice how views have changed as to
the pleasantness or otherwise of vari
ous odors. The smell of aloes is now
considered disagreeable by the majori
ty of people. hut In the old days aloes. 0
both as solid extract and as wood.
fbrued a staple perfume or aromatic.
Saffron. too. was the most popular per
fume of the Romans and was much in
favor in England. until about the -
sixteenth century But who vould
tolerate the smell of sagrot about
house or person nowadays?- London
The Old Time Foundry. .
An -atctiotneer.at a late sile of an
tiqities -prit up ni helmet with the fot -
owin unndid observ:ation:
"This. ladies and gentlemen. is a hel
met of R[on'lus. the Roman founder.
but whether he was - a brass or Iron
founder I t-annot tell." - St. Louis
Fault of the Auto.
Hiram Th- doctor says Ezra is suf
ferfr:a from tntointoxiention. Silas
Guess that's It. b'gosh!. the feller act
ed jest like any one else until be got
"Hlstr whispered the villain. creep
Ing stealthily away
"1 expected you would he." rejoined
the stage manager with curling lip.
The great calamity in Omaha was
quickly overshadowed by the terribly
disastrous floods in Ohio. Great. suffer
iou and sickness from colds and expos
ure resulted. L Poole. 2217 Califoruia
St. Omaha, writ,-: "My caut-hier hail
i very severe cou.h and cold but Fol
y's Honey and Tar Compound knock- -
-.1 it,-out in no time. R-fu-e substitutes.
Thbe Dink.-on Druu Co.. Manuing, S. C.,
eon Fischer. Summerton, S. C. 2
Getting Used to It.
"Hlow are you getting ou in society?" .
"Pretty- well." re'plied Mr. Cumros. :A
I am much more at home in my own .i
ouse than I used to be. When we ~.
ave a reception now people very sel
domn drag me up and try to- introduce 's
me to my wife and daughters."- *d
"I suppose." he ventured. "that you '.a
would never speak to me again if I d.
were to kiss you'"
"Oh. George!" she exclaimed. "Why .
oit you get over the habit of 9lways 's
ooking at the worst side of things?"- d.
Mother iadmonishingt-Doni't let the
en come too near you when court
ing. Daughter-Charles and I have a
hair between us.-Judge. _
For the Weak and Nervous.
Tired-out, weak, nersous men and C
omen would feel ambitious, energetic,
full of life and always have a good ap- E
etite, -if they wapld do the sensible
~hig for belth-take Electric Bitters.
~othing better for the stomach, liver E
r kidneys. Thousands sa~y they owe C
~heir lives to this wonderful home rem
cv. Mrs. 0. Rhinevault, of Vestal E
enter, N. Y., says: "I regard Electric C
Bitters as one of the greatest of gifts. I E
in never for-get what it has done for
-ne." Get a bottle yourself and see C
-nar. a diticerence it will make in your
ealIth. Only 50e and $1.00. Rleco
nimended by all druguists.
As thei Crow Flies. .
Mandy -Yessah. After de shot was
fired mah Rtastus dun run seben blocks
s de- -row flies. .indge-As the crow
fiie? Mandy - Yessah. All yo' could C
see was .jes' one black streak. -Puck. E
A Thoughtful Nam.-.
Visitor ito Fai-etiou~s Faurmeri--I'd__
like to know why on earth you c-all
that white pig ink? Fac-etious Farmer 5
-Benuse he's always running from
the pen.-Town Topics.
He Is suffieiently learned that knows C
bow to do well and has power enough
a refrain from evil. -Cicero.
Rheumnatism Qaickly Cured.
"My sisters husband had an attack a
)f rheumatism in his arm," wr-ites a a
veil known resident of N.wton. Iowa. 2
T gave him a bottle of Chambherlain's 3
,inimnt which he ap)plied to his aurm a
Ld. on the next mforiig the rheuma
ismn was gone "t For chronie mus-ular 3
humatismi you wil liti nothing het- 2
er thtan C'hamberlain's Linitment. Sold a
oy al deal-r-s.
This is a prescription prepared especially
!or MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER. o
Five or six aoses will break any case, end +
if taken then as a tonic thc Fever wili not
return. It acts on the liver better than
Calomel and docs not gripe or sicken. 25c +
oo-ismos n SHfl OI
If you expect to buy
this Spring or Summer and not reIA!
to take it now, please place your o"_
der with me now for future deiovrs j
so that I can provide for ygor u
I expect to have a complteidniin
the following in stock by Ty 2d:
All sizes of Firestone Caseings a
Inner Tubes. Spark Plugs, Chains.
Ford Parts. Etc.
D. C. SH*W CO.
WHAT IT'S" -AE 3
A.Trest Company should be exactly lat ta t t
implies-a Ta4Company. A.s such, is #td bet to
administer trusts tha + e private individuaL Thi m ' : .
pany is equipped for active, * * "rvice. Try W
THE SUMTER TR1ST
ASK FOR THE.Yt1LWA QE-P
* It's Nyal's
In Nyal's Family Remedies you can End. a eU*Tfor
every ilJ. Absolutely guaranteed., Forzaje QJy I
C, R. Sprott, F. D.Isar. }
President and Treas. Vice-President an?~C
. Manning, S. C.
Cotton Seed Produes!
High Grade Ferti zegs
Does Your Child Have A Bank Accoutnt?
W bat a child learns, even in ihe cradle, lasts to the grave Culhi
vate- the saving~ habit in your children by starting asmall bank Sc
count for each child. Teach them to save their pennies. Don't
you wish your faither had started an account for you When 50~
were a child. Don't you make the same misae your ter
did, but bring your children to the
Bank of T urbevile,
Turbeville, S. C..
and start them on the road.to a sccessful life todqy. '