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; Automobile Notice!
Any dealer or prospective purchaser that is interested in a good
should write us for further information.
Carolina Machinery & Mfg., Co.
SUMTER. S. C.
us I OWR HOSIERY.
Wnow a in stock a full line of the famous
eBrown Garanteed Hosiery for Gentlemen.
andChildren.-Price .$1.00 a box of 4
iGaranteed tu4ast any one four months.
eason is now over and we are maki
o ur eady large stock in the way
every veek-Always some
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ibfne to have all the
sou& sto advantage and
e~s~me new that youha
yu bought it? We
ea~ou he ppotunitY to lhuy all you
e sagemoney on your purqhase.
~w~klLInensin ur sto
Dressanil gard-wide, all pure
~~*~1a 5C. quality, redned this
......................... 221I-2c. yard
inchI~ Lien Ligh Btlue, Dark Blue,
T s .Da&Browe; -Etc., all pure Linen,
aedim weigh, regular 85c. and 40c. qual
2ncColored..Dress Linens, also white,
egir25c.- quality, this week...... ...1628c. yard
)5iic Boundt Thread Embiroidery Linen,
~~>xeg~ai7c qatiy. this week.........45c, yard.
~nbLiidu etngall pure Linen, full
t7.nh!.be Liest qalpure hin een an.. full 85.yadI
>-idth, regular $1. and $3.25 quality, this
week............................. 85c. yard.
All other Linens and Linenes i
Btegak Specially Reduced this w~k
White and Colored ranging in price
from 10- yard to 25c. yard. Most any
thing in Linen you could ask for weI
bave it, and will saye you money on
'All Special Prices are Strictly Cash."
The Young Reliable.
1. H. RigbyA
2JOB WORK r
TO THE TIMES OFFiCE.
For a Long Life.
This Is the prescription for a long
life given by an old gentleman in Con
necticut, who is ninety-nine years old
and still well and cheerful, "Live
temperately, be slow to anger, don't
worry, take plenty of exercise in the
fresh air, and, above all, keep cheer.
Should the system get run down
digestive organs weak-the blood thin
and sluggish, take Vinol, which Is a
delicious combination of the medicine
--body-building properties of cods'
V livers, with the useless grease elimi
nated and tonic iron added. We re
gard Vinol as one of the greatest
body-builders and strength-creators In
the world for aged people.
Mrs. Mary Ivey, of Columbus, Ga.,
6 says: "If people only knew the good
Vinol does* old people, you would be
e unable to supply the demand; it is
the finest tonic and strength-creator
I ever used."
We wish every feeble old per
son in this vicinity would- try
k Vino1 on our agreement to return their
aloney if it fails to give satisfaction.
FALL 3F THE INCAS.
Fate of the Great Race That Has Left
Only Traces Behind.
What became of the people who
built the Cuzco ruins? Were they the
ancestors of "those stolid and down
trodden Indians wtiom one sees today
peddling their rude wares in the mar
ket place of Cuzco?" Mr. Bryce dis
cusses the qttestion in his "Soutb
America." He says:
"The sudden fall of a whole race Is
6 an event so -rare In history that one
seeks for explanations. It may be
that not. only. the royal Inca family.
P but. nearly the whole ruting class, was
destroyed, in war, leaving only the
peasants. who had already been serfs
onder their native- sovereigns. But
one is disposed to believe that the tre
mendous ctastrophe which- befell
them In the destruction at once of
their dynasty, their empire and their
p religion ir. -erce -conquerors. Incom
'parably suyerior in energy and knowl
Sedge, pompietely broke not only the
spirit- of the nation, but the self re
spect.nf the Individuals-who compos
'They were alrendy a docile and
subiliodre people. and now under a
new tyranny. far harsher than that of
.riers of their own -blood. they sank
Into bopeless :arithy and ceased tp re
member what thseir forefathers had
been. The intensity of their devotion
to their sovereign and their deity
made .them helplests when both were,
! overrbrown. leaving them nothing to
turn to. nothing to strive for.
"The conquistadores were wise. in
1 their hateful way when they put forth
the resources of cruelty to outrage the
feelings of the people and stamp ter
rorin their hearts*
RLT. is the perfece jaxa-.
a goes at once to the liver and
i bowels, acting immedia'tely
without nausea or griping.
SThe Liquid Liver
a s the guaranteed remedy for
chronic constpation, headache,
fever, chills, indigestion and all
liver troubles, I is harmnless an4
80e and $1Bottls
Ask Your Druggist
habiR.LT. Co, Askfs,S.
POR SALE' BY.
Ifs Safe for
Showing the condition of
The Peoples Batk
of Manninst, at the close of business
MARCH 8th, 1913.
Loans and discounts.......70.420.04
Banking house.............. 6,144.90
Furniture and fixtures......1,800.00
Cash on hand and in banks... 7,389.79
Capital stock............. $25,000.00
Surplus and Undivided profits 4,693.10
Bills payable...... ........ 15,00000
COLD IN THE HEAD.
its Constant Recurrence May Not Only
Be Serious, but Fatal.
There are all kinds of colds. Spring,
summer, autumn and winter, all fur
alsh the means for a cold. In medical
literature raere is no such disease de
scribed as a "cold," yet almost every
body is more or less susceptible to
The writer used to suffer witi"cold"
in the head. throat, windpipe, bronchlid
tubes. stomach and bowels. That wak
before he learned that sh abundance
of fresh air-day and night air-was
absolutely necessary to build up a high
state of physical vigor and vitality "Jo
avoid "taking cold."
The most common form of this com
plaint is a cold In the head- In this
condition there is an inflammation of
the mucous membranes which line the
nasal chamber. This is naturally self
limitng. Nature allows the disease
to run its course when recovery spon
taneously takes place. This condition
may, be very mild, yet the constant
"taking cold" may result in great dam
age and lead to fatal diseases.
The nasal cavities have direct con
nection with the eyes, ears. throat.
lungs. stomach and bowels. When fre
quent colds. inflammation or conges
tion occurs in these vital parts and the
"germs" or "filth" which is the direct
cause of the trouble overcomes the "gin
ger" in the blood and membranes the
"germ" or "filth" is carried to one or
all of the organs or parts of the body
and may result In some disease that
terminates fatally.-Professor George
A. -Keene in Health.
ADD STRINGS TO YOUR BOW.
And Keep on Broadening Your Sphere
Ages ago some one found music in
the twang of a bowstring, then an
other some one put two strings on a
bow, and thus was made the frst harp.
String after string was added .unti
the. harp was too heavy to hold. Then
they put It in a box and struck the
strings with hammers worked by keys.
They called that a harpsichord. It was
the irst piano. The fnest and most
costy planola of today is just.an evolu
eon, just an improvement on the arrow
From the history of the panM Cbmes
the old, old saying, "He Is adding
strings to his bow." It mana that one
is evolving, Improving something. It
expresses cautioD persistency, energy,
Add strings to your bow-one at a
time. Bring a new note Into each
week of work. Iearn a little some
thing new and use it. Thu* you will
Increase the harmony and effctiveness
of your work.
Anything that has evolved as the
bow-has can never stop Improving. So
with your work. The more simple the
start the greater -the tossiblities of
growth. Know your work from the
very first string. Know that there Is
no limit to Its possIbIlties. -
Keep adding strings to your bow.
harp. piano!-Joel Blask In Philadel
Short Lived Giants.
Giants are notably short lived, *Pd
instances where men much abovI sev
en feet In height have reached the age
of fifty years aire ahmost runknown.
Length of days does not go with ex
eessve length af limb. But tness*
which stops short of giantis usully'
is a sign of vitality. Tall reruits In,
continental armies, provided they are
of . proper weight. give least trouble
from sickness and 'gain moat from
physical trafnng It must be remem
bered in this connection that "tallness"
Is not the same everywhere. Men ac
counted tall In southern Italy would
e rather short In western Scotland or
among the native stoek of'America. It
Is as If nature had dlzed a standard
height for each race and punished by
some iyscal shorteOmIng' those who
varied much from that standard In el
thei- direction.-Chicago Journal.
Earthworms For Rtheumatism.
-Yourparagraph, writes a correspond
ent. giving as a cure for bronchitis a
bag of earthworms on the chest, re
minds me of a pres'eription I heard of
thirty years ago, given also "In
all seriousnesi." In Nottinghamn mar
ket place; as a. remedy for rheumatism.
in this case, tcoo, the earthworms form
ed one of the constituents. but it was
necessary to put them Into a bottle and
pour upon them a quantity of powder
ed quicklime. The resultant com
pound. weil rubbed Into the affected
parts. was guaranteed by the pre
scriber to be a certain cure for rheu
Mibed as to Definitions.
Hungry HIggins-Wot! You dane
wot a miser is? A miser Is a mank that
denies hisself the. necessaries of life
when he has the money to buy 'em.
Weary Watkins-Oh, I have met some
of them fellers.. .But I t'onght they
caled theirserves Prohibitionists.-EX
elnge _ __
Her Poor Taste.
"Does your -husband ever tell you
you have poor taste?'
"And w~iat veply do you make to
"I think of what 1 marrIed and say~
A Real Hero.
Woman-How. did you get :that Car
negie meda!1? Tramp-Heroh ;m. lady.
I took it a way from a guy :that was
twice my :size.-New Orleam: Times
National progress Is the sun i of In
dividual in dristry and energy.
Ev erything of the: best: Ici
th e personal wear- and ad.'orn
m ent of both sexes.
Vi (e fill mail orders careful'I
a nd promptly.
Charleston, S. C'
'r j....a ghs. d h ml as leag
"Irefused to be operated
on, the morning I heard t
about Cardu," writes Mrs.
Elmer Sickler, of Terre
Haute, Ind. "I tred Car- t
di, and it helped me t
greatly. Now, I domy own t
washing and ironing."
The Woman's Tonic
Cardui is a mild, tonic
remedy, purely vegetale,
and acts in a natural man
neron the delicat, woman
ly constitution, building
up strength, and toning up
the nerves In tie past50 .
years, Cardui has helped
You are urged to try It
because we are sre mba
ft wil do you good.
At al drg st s.
9 ASK FOR THE YE
In Nyal's Family Remedi
every ill. Absolutely guarat
WHAT IT'S K
A Trust Company. should
p implies-a Trust Company. j
; administer trusts than the pr
tpany is equipped for active,
STHBE SUMT ER
S Doubly Glad is the
S Glad to srhoke this
p'North Carolina bright
V'tobacco taste. Aged
granulated. Tucks qu
Seasily into a cigarette.
hiWith each sack a b<
And smokers are gl:
ent coupons enclosed il
Scoupons are good for a (
Aarticles - cameras, tai
skates, safety razors.
articles, etc. Many tl
old or young.
As a special offer, dZ
only, we will send
Little Things as an Index.
*Herc." said an observer. "was a ma
bine upon wvhich appeared the name
late of the manufacturer; a small and
ot essential feature. but this plate
ad been set on true. and then the
crews by which it was held in place
ad all been turned up until the slots
a their heads all showed in precisely
he- same position. alike. uniform.
"Whoever put this plate on made a
iee. finisbed job of it. and I should
e inel'ied to think that a shop that
iad such pride in even the minor de
aiis of its worX would do.good work
hronghnut." -New York Sun.
Had Four Legs Anyhow.
Cholli- bad decided to give up the
porting life and settle down-to farm
g :md was now buying a cow.
"Now. 'ere's a cow." said the agent
th;t I can highly recommend to you.
he has won several prizes at our coun
y fair. and"
"echIly':" said Chollie. looking the
nnmal over admiringJy. "Er-totting
r stme;lechase?"--Harper's Weekly.
At his villa in Biarritz Sarasate, the
reat musician. was once called a gen
us by a famous critic. But Sarasate
rowned :!nd shook his head.
"A genius'" he said. "For thirty
;even years I've practiced . fourteen
aours a day, and now they caIl me
It Reminded Him.
"The dew is falling." she said. "Let
3s go in before it settles."
"6ys" he answered. but a worried
look sto!e into his face. Little did she
Ireani that with him many dues were
falling and that he was utterly unable
to ettle.-Magazine of Fun.
es you can. find a cure for
Lteed. For sale only by
be exactly what its name
As such, is fitted better to
ivate individual. This com
efficient service. Try ia.
, S. C.
Man Who Smokes
pure old Virginia and
eaf- with its natural
fd stemmed an~d then
ickly in the pip)e-r.oils
Ok of cigarette papers
id to get the free pres
a each 5e sack. The'se
creat variety ofp' p*sm
kilng mrachines, ball.s,
ina, furniture, toilet
iings that wvill delight ~s
wring April and May
our new illustrated
g of these presents
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-~on a postal. In every
sack of Ligget 4- Myers
Duke's Mixture is one
and a half ounces of L
splendid tobacco and a
free present coupon.
Coupons fromt Duke's Mixtgure may
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Get our prices before you buy. Our prices
will save you money. Everything for, the
Tobacco Wire. Tobacco Twine,
Tobacco Barn Lantering,
Tobacco Barn Thermometers,
Pure Paris Greerr
Paris Green Guns.
Also Big Stock of Binder w
for the. oat crop.
'MANNING HARDWARE COMPANY..
Does Your Child Have A Bank Account?
What a child learns, even in thetradle, 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 pnnies. Don't
you wish your father had sta-t-d an. account for you when you
were'a child. Don't you make the same mistake your father
did, bt brig- your children tothe
Turbevilel I S. C6,
aud start them on the-road .to a sucessiful, life- to-day.
ash Doors and Blinds
Largest manufacturing stock house in the South.
Special sizes on short notice:
A. H. FISCHER Co. I
CHARLESTON S C
You Owe it to Yourself
and to your family, if you have one, to get the
most you can for your money. Otherwise 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.
C. R. Sprott, F. D. Hunter,
President and Treas. Vice-President and Sec.
I DM111 OIL DILL;W
Manning, S. C.
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