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carolina Machinery & Mfg., Co.
SUMTER. S. C.
BUSTER BRON HOSIERY.
We now have in stock a full line of the famous
Buster Brown Guaranteed Hosiery for Gentlemen.
Ladies and Children.-Price $1.00 a box of 4
Pair.-Guaranteed to last any one four months.
The Spring season is. now over and we are mak
. ngdditions o oar already large stock in the way
new stylish goods every week.-Always some
-mgoring at Jenkinson's.
a r ld Like For You
better acquainted with the val
w- e are offering in Clothing
iiAe Specally Invited
ealthsweek for a try-on. Wont ]
nfor a lookthrough and we
f ake pleasure in showing you. Sev
~t1huded Suits to selebt from. We
n touas well asif ithad been tail
i~e~epeoaly for you, and it will cost
~ ~ and Young Men are wearing one
ur o Schloss Tailored Suits. also Cros
setts Shoes and the newest Straw Hat
fom us. Ask them. They will take
~?easure in pointing you to the best
Ssore for greatest values.
EYOU WANT THE BEST FOR YU
'MONEY LOOK FOR THE YOUNG RELI
JOB WORK r
SYM TOES OF SRIPTO
Yield to Vinol.
The medical profession do not be
lieve that consumption Is inherited,
but a person-may inherit a weakness
or tendency to that disease.
A prominent citizen of Evansville,
Ind., writes: "I was ill for five
months with pulmonary trouble, and
had the best of doctors; I had hemorr
hages and was in a very bad way.
Through the advice of a friend I tried
Vinol, and I feel that it saved my
life. It is all you recommend it to
be. I believe it is the greatest medi
cine on earth. I have advised others
t9 try Vinol, and they have. had the
same results." (Name furnished on
Vinol soothes and heals the inflamed
surfaces and allays the cough. Vinol
creates an appetite, strengthens the
digestive organs and gives the patient
strength to throw off Incipient pulmo
Try a bottle of Vino1 with the un
derstanding that your money will be
returned if - it does not help you.
Dickson's Drug Sore, Manning, S. C.
The Thrift of Glasgow.
Glasgow sets a splendid example of
thrift and enterprise to the other cities
and towns of Great Britain. It does
not -even scorn .to collect and sell Its
waste paper and to traffic in scrap
iron, thus adding many hundreds a
year to Its exchequer. Its cleansing de
partment does business with half the
counties of Scotland. It owns nearly
1,000 railroad cars and does a wide
range of business from bog reclaiming
to market gardening and butcher's
Newton's Fearful Crime.
At the end of a meal at Haydon's
house Keats proposed a toast in these
terms: "Dishonor to the memory of
The guests stared at him in question
ing surprise. and Wordsworth asked
fr an explanation.
"It is.' answered Keats. "because he
estrnyed the poetry or.tne rainbow by
reducing it to a prism." And the art
ists all drank. with one consent. con
rnsion to the savant.
"John. dear, it's too had that we
lave to pinch and save and economize
)n everything we buy. Is-is there
mel a thing as a money trust?"
"Yes.'love: I think there is."*
"John. dear, why don't you join it?"
The Stronge' influence.
"Which do you think appeals more
generally. art or literature?"
Art. . Almost anybody would rather
;end a picture postcard than write a
etter." Washington star.
Don't Let Indigestion
Eat Good food -won't hurt
!on. R. L T. taken before
etiring will 'make you enjoy
our meals and digest yoiur
ood. You will soon oecome
trong and healthy.
he Liquid 'liver Regdlater
Cures Indigestion by restoring the
igestive organs to healthy, natural
tion. Iteontains nothing but harm
tss oils extracted from roots and
erbs. R. L T. works promptly and
os not~gripe. Its benefits are per
anent. Gwaanteed as represented
r money refunded.
50c and $1 Bottles
Ask Your Druggist
praml is R. LT. (i Aallf, S,
FOR SALE BY
Showing the condition of
The Peoples Bak
of Mannine-, at the close of business
MARCH 8th, 1913.
cans and discounts.........70,420.04
anking house............. 6,144.90
arniture and fixtures..... 1,800.00
ish on hand and in banks... 7,389.79
irplus and Undivided profits 4,695.10
Us~~a 1bl laan0a0
WALL STREET BANKS.
As a Rule They Make Loans on a 21
Per Cent Margin.
Most Wall street banks insist or
having a twenty point margin behind
each loan. That means that a man
borrowing $100.000 must put up as se
curity stocks or bonds of $120.000 mar
ket value. If the securities decline tc
a point where the $20,000 margin b
reduced to $15,000 the borrower Is call
ed upon to put up additional securi
ties. Most brokerage houses do not
wait for such a summons, but send
the necessary collateral to the bank at
soon as.they see that the price of theft
securities has declined.
But the banks are guided always by
the character and the financial stand
ing of each borrower. Each bank ha!
a list of favorite borrowers who car
secure whatever money they need in
times of stress or in times of calm
The loan clerks know who the favor.
ites are and show them every cour
tesy. It means a good deal fora Stock
Exchange house to get on the ''favor
ed list" of a Wall street bank.
Some borrowers, in order to stand
well with a bank. never complain
when the bank raises the rate on their
loans. They go on the theory that it
is foolish to dispute a rate with a bank
when the difference between 2 pet
cent and 2' means only $1.39 a day
on the interest charge for a $100,000
loan.-New Yo& Post
. CONTINENTAL SCRIP.
What a Two Dollar Bill of the Year
1774 Looked Like.
One of the few pieces of continental
scrip now In existence is owned by a
former teacher at Shortridge high
school. It was given to her at Christ
mas time in 1808 by a fellow teacher.
The piece measures about 5% by 2%
inches and is framed to show both
sides. Within an intricate leaf and
branch border design. on the front
side, Is printed:
"This indented bill of $2 shall entitle
the bearer thereof to receive -bills of
exchange, payable in London. or gold
and silver, at the rate of 4s. 6d. ster
ling per dollar for the said bill, ac.
cording to the directions of an act of
assembly of Maryland. Dated In An
napolis, this 10th day of April anno
Domini, 1174. William Eddis H. Lap
In an upper corner of the reverse
side Is a picture, about an inch and a
half square, representing the British
crown, at each side -* -which is.a tiny
picture of a man )e .f the men Is
represented as g a a spade, while
from the hand ' ersleues a
fish on a string. end on this
side of the scrip t.. .e words. "'Tis
death to counterfeit," and at the bot
tom -are the names of the printers, A.
0. and P. Green.-Indianapolis News.
The so called craters, ring mountains
and empty sea beds of the moon are
not the only interestiag ' phenomena
which our satellite presents to the
view. There are on many parts of the
moon's surface long, narrow lines caUl
ed ''rlis." evidently much below the
general level of the- ground, some of
them ,omparable in breadth and depth
to the great canyons of our western
ountry. Certain atonenhave
been disposed to regard Ethese rlls as
racks and rents i'the ernst of the
moon, but others have adopted the sug
gestlon, made long ago, that! they are
river channels. It may be remarked
of these ancient lunar river channels
If such they really are. that their wider
ends always terminate In pear shaaped
ollows lIke little craters, and thI6 end
Is nearly always higher than the other,
so that If the craters were once lakes
their waters must have flowed out Into
the rivers instead of the waters'of the
rivers emptying into the .lakes-Ear
The Education of a GentlemanI.
Friday afternoon was "debate day"
in a school. On that afternoon class
es after 2 o'clock were let go, and the
assembled school listened to shyly spo.
ken pieces of poetry and addresses to
gladiators. Then came the climax the
debate when world Issues were set
tied for once and al.^ The speeches
were after the pattern of this one,
which one teacher recalls:
"Mr. Cha'-man, ladles and gentle
men, I rise to defend the affirmative
of the question whether It is better to
hae wealth or education. Mr. Chair
man, If you was to get a kiss letter
from a lady and couldn't read It,
wouldn't you just feel like going away
nd dying? [ close now to give place
o an abler speaker."-New York Post.
A Proverb Scrutinized.
"A prophet is not without honor save
n his own country." sald the man
"Well," replied Farmer Corntossel.
"that's one way o' sayin' It. You
might also mention that it's easier fur
man to sell a gold brick In a town
here they don't know him."-Wasb
Tried~ to Do Better.
A tramp told a woman a hard luck
story about losing his wife and family
nd home in an explosion.
"But." the woman said. ''that isn't
the same story you told me last week."
"I know, lady," said the tramp,~ "but
ou didn't believe last week's story."
Wille-Does your pa ever send you
to bed before 7 when you're naughty?
Bobby-Worse'n that. When rye been
bad he makes me get up before 7.-Boo
Be wise today. 'Tis madness to do
Everything of the best fcr
the personal wear and adorn
ment of both sexes.
We fill mail orders carefully
In a letter from Branch
land, W. Va., Mrs. Eliza
beth Chapman says: "I
suffered from womanly
troubles nearly five years.
All the doctors inthe coun.
did me no good. I took
ui, and now I am en
tirely well. I feel like a
new woman. Cardui saved
my life! All who suffer
from womanly trouble'
should give Carduia trial."
The Woman's Tonic
50 years of proof have
it, that Cardui quickly re
lieves aches and pains due
to womanly weakness, and
helps nature to build up
weakwomen to health and
strength. Thousands of
women have found Cardul
to be a real life saver.
Why not test it for your
This is a prescription prepared especiall
for -MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVEF
Five or six doses will break any case, an
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will nc
return. It acts on the liver- better tha
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25
@ ASK FOR THE I
In Nyal's Family Rem
every ill. Absolutely guai
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Simplies-a Trust Company.
!administer trusts than the
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"Why is it that a .trelve dollar a
week clerk nsually buys a thirty cent
luncheon'" asked a prosperous man
who was regaling himself at a down
town lunebroom on a glass of milk and
a pieee of pie.
"'Iecause he has :t delicatessen wife,"
was the reply of his observant com
The men who were standing up to
iAen and fifteen cent luncheons in that
busy eating phice were obviously more
prosperouns than the meu having thirty
and thirty-Grve cent meals at the tables.
"Th)ose bookkeepers and clerks have
to get substnntial neals at noon to keep
fit for their work." the man went on
to ex_ pl:tin. -1 employ six of them
one at 14 and five at $12 a week. I've
inlnireil :bout their home arrange
nts Thuey all live the same way
Yfe t.e r-a':Il fir breakfast. delica
tessen siu!T for what they eall dinner.
seldom :anything cooked in their homes
-their wives don-t know bow. So
they have to eat substantial food at
noon. A plagne on these delicatessen
wives!"-New York Mail.
More energetic than any other sharks
are the sa wlish. whose snouts are pro
longed into a broad blade of cartilage,
which is horizontal when the fish is
swimming in a normal position and
has both its edges set with slightly
curved teeth about an inch apart. The
end of iis formidable looking weapon
is blunt and comparatively soft, so
that it is quite incapable of the feats
popularly attributed to it of piercing
whales' bodies. ships' timbers, etc. It
attacks other tish by a swift lateral
thrust of the saw beneath them, the
keen edge disemboweling them. Then
it feeds upon the soft entrails, which
are' apparently the only food It can
cat from the peculiar shape of its
L month. It has an enormous number
r of small teeth. sometimes as many as
fifty rows in one individual, but they
t are evidently unfit for the rough du
ties required of their teeth by the gar
bage eating members of the family.
dies you can find a cure for
,anteed. For sale only by
DRUG STORE, a
AE IMPLIES $
1.be- exactl'y w~hat~its name
As such; is fitted better to
ivate individual. Thiis comn
efficient service. Trry ja.
STRUST CO., ~
~hes More to the
go the farmers in a. .
avcraged crops that
ashcl; less to the acre
w get. Suppcse each
land in the, country
produced an increase
ate: Hor:' much morea
with which to buy the
ogearn and deserve?
erity depen~ds entirely
rst step is to fertilize
manure spread by ana
s its work as it should
nt mechanical features.
e withourt jerking; the
eload at e::actly the
e the manure without
e draft of the machine;
ie apron should be posi
ade in low styles which
ndeepmud or snow,
both reverse and end
r all conditions. The
under the box, instead
n that position (under
0 per cent of the load
dealers for catalogues
Company of America
i Does Your Child Have A Bank Account?
What a child learns, even in the cradle. lasts to the grave. Culti
vate the saving habit in your children by starting a small bank ac
count for each child. Teach them to save their pennies. Don't
you wish your father had started an account for you when you
were a child. Don't you make the same mistake your father
did. but bring your children to the
Bank of Turbevile,
Y Turbeville. S. C.,
and start them on the road to a succesful life to-day.
If you expect to buy
* this Spring or Summer and not ready
S to take it now, please place your or
* der with me now for future delivery
* so that I can provide for your wantsi
1 expect to have' a complete line of
the following in stock by May 2nd:
* All sizes of Firestone Caseings and *
* Inner Tubes. Spark Plugs. Chains
e.Ford Parts. Etc.
D. C. SHAW CO
1 10-12-14 Sumter St.
Sumter, - -.
Make Yoir kitden Attractive and
tbe Work Ease and QfticK
FOR THIS YOU WILL NEED THE-FOLLOWING
One of our Favorite Stoves or Ranges or one of our
Blue Flame Oil Cook Stoves.
Some of our guaranteed Lisk Enamrel Ware.
ome of our Silver Steel Kitchen Cutlery.
Some of our beautiful Crystal Clear Ice Tea Glasses. .
One of our blue Ribbon or White Mountain Ice Cream
One of our beautiful White Enamel Nursery Refrigerators
Whatever your needs for the kitchen we can supply them
MANNIG HARDWARE COMPANY.
I ~ CYPRESS.I
Sash, Doors and Blinds.
Largest manufacturing stock house in the South I
Special sizes on short notice: ' :I
A. H. FISCHER CO.
CHAR LESTON, S. C.I
You Owe it to Yourself
and to your family, if you1 have one, to get the
most you can for your money. Oth'erwise you
would be cheating yourself.
If You are Thinking
of buying a Hat or Dry Goods. then we can direct
you to the place where they give value for value.
Perhaps you have already guessed where it is. If
not, we will tell you; it's our store.