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Automobile Notice 1.
: Any dealer or prospective purchaser that is interested in a good
- proposition on a
Cole Automobiles -0 a
should write us for further information.
Carolina Machinery & Mfg., Co.
SUMTER, S. C.
BUSTER BROWN HOSIERY.
V W 1 V j - . zf 2. 1 tj 1*11 !;.1 f Ii' vzI
Bu.-ter B3rown Gacme-1l Hoiry for, Gentlemen.
-911 ,on-1 Chji1dre-1n -Price $1.00 a box of 4 d
Pair. uara. dt d ' a -t ne four nnths.
The >-in" sew is npw oxver aind we are mak
' : ditLions t:. ;air , i e t k n i:i lhe way
of new sty! Lds vr -Always some*
thing doing at Jen knson2 s.
Wouldn't it be fine to have all the
SLinen you could use to advantage and
Satthe same time know that you had
saved money when you bought it ? We
offer you the opportunity to buy all you
need and save money on your purchase.
This we?k all Lini n- :n our -:tock
SSpecially Reduced in Price.
SBrown Dress Linen, full yard-wide, all pureK
Lintrn. regular 35c. qu .lityv. reduced thisk
week to.......... ........... .. 9-.>~1:le.. yard
Tan, Dark Brown. Etc., all pure Linen,
m edium weighlt. regular 33e. and 40c qual
ity, this week..... ..................... 25c. yard.
27 ingh Colored Dress Linens. also white.
I45-inch Round Thread Embroidery Linen.
rega!;tr 75e. qulity. this weAk. ..... ..... 45c, yard.
90-inch Linen sheeting, all pure Linen, full
width, the best quality, this week at.......85c. yard.
72-inch Tatbie Lius-n, all pure Linen and full
All other Linens and Linenes in
Stock Specially Reduced this week.
White and Colored ranging in price
from 10c. yard to 25c. yard. Most any
thing in Linen you could ask for we
have it, and will save you money on
"All Special Prices are Strictly Cash."
The Young Reliable.
J. H. Rigby4
Sash, Doors and Blinds. F
Largest manufacturing stock house in the south.
special sizes on short notice: : : :
A. H. FISCHER CO.
CHARL ETON. S. C.
Guaranteed Eczema Remedy.
The constant itching, burning, red
ass, rash and disagreeable effects of -
,zema, tetter, salt rheum, itch, piles
)d irritating skin eruptions can be
,adily cured and the skin made clear
nooth w i t h Dr. Hobson's Eczema
ntment. Mr. J. C. Eveland. of Bath, I
I.. says: "1I had teczema twenty-fire r
-ars and had tried everithin!. All
Aied. When I found Dr. H-bson'=
ezema Ointment i found a cure." This
utment is the formula of a physician
;d has been in use for years--not an
cperimeml. Tha- is why we can guar
a e .t All drugzi-ts, or by mail
rice 50c. PfeitTer Chemical Co.. Phil
lelphia atd St. Louis. C
How It Grows.
Until a man does something note
orthy the little bunch of whiskers on
is chin is described as a "goatee."
,fter he achieves eminence it is refer
,d to as an "imperial."-Philadelphla
The Worst of It.
"Do you keep a cook. 1rs. Subub?'"
"Madnu. I not only keep the cook,
ut also her entire ramily."-Baltimore
Nothing is so iew as what has long
een forgotten. German Proverb.
Probably the best thing about over
nfildence Is that if a girl didn't have
she wouldn't ever marry.-Galveston
No insult offered to a man can ever
arnde nim. The only real degrada
on is when he degrades himsolf.
inith Maria Mulock Craik.
College of Charleston
South Carolina's Oldest College
129th Year Begins September 26th.
Fntrarnc.- t-xaminations at all the
cru:.ty--ais on Friday, July 11th,.at
9 a n. FuL: four year courses lead
t.o B A. at B S d.-grees. A
* tu iOt schiiaretshp is asigned
: * each counts of the Stare Sp'aciou,
iu ldings and athletic ground, well
oqurpp-d laboratoribs. unexcelle
linraty facilities. and the finest Mu
-eum -f Nat ural His ory in the south.
E w-en,-s r-asona ble.
Fo '-rm, and catalogue, address
IARRISON RANDOI.PH, Pres.
i is a prescription prepared especisaly
or MALARIA or CHILLS.& FEVER.
ive or six doses will break any case, and
taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
turn. It acts on the liver better than
alomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25c
CHURCHES IN CHILE.
'hey Are Always More or Less in an
When walking through the streets in
ny large town in Chile one is immedi
tely struck by the fact that church
uldings are always undergoing re
One day you will pass .i church which
yr weeks has had about six ladders
esing against the walls. Then an
ther day you will find that they. have
een changed to the other side. This
anstant changing of ladders goes on
ear In and year out, but no -use ever
ems to be made of the ladders.
ough, perhaps, a new brick or a bit
I plaster will occasionally be added
'There would seem, nowever, to be a
ery real reason for the presence of
tese ladders. The Chilean govern
ient, In fact, levies a tax upon church
uildings. but only when they have
een completed. In order to evade
ts tax, therefore, no church ever has
The law surely - might be altered.
ten, for the eternal presence of these
dders-certatinly an ingenious ideas
tes not add to the uppearance of the
iildinigs or to the coiufort of pedes
-ians ini t he streets London Answers.
No pe-rson need hesitate to take Fole
iuney Pill on the g'round that they
n~w not what is' in them Foley & Co..
ta..tee them to be ai pure curative
-d r re. .p.---:al:; pre:.ared for kidney
i add' alien; - and irregularit ies.
e:. do not contain hahit forming
uur. Try th.m For sale by all
alers every where
.C.()A vis.. .i. W WIDEMAN
) Avis & W.[DEMAN,
'\TToltNEYS AT LAW ,
1A N NING. S. C.
My Mamma Says -
Ifs Safe for
Shuowingt the condition of
The Peoples BEnk
>f Manuing. at the close of business
MARCH 8th, 1913.
>ans and d iscoutnts.........$70.420.04
oking house ...... ........6. 144.90
rniture' and fixtures......1800.00 ,
ish on hand and in banks 7,389.79
pital stock...... ........25.000 00
irplus and Undivided profits 4,695.10
1s .a.a:,e ....... .......l1,000.00
VALUE IF GIUpS.
hey Are In a Measure the MOt Uft
ful Plants In the World.
Probably the grasses are the most
seful plauts In tie world. It tuay be
hat more ih:' ti 1r thi Individual
ants In the v:ril are grasses. it is
great faniy or m0ore i1:1t 3..~,00 spe
ies. embracing spe-ies il:t t :tre so liny
hat they hardly reavi au itie in
eight :ntid giant kiibooS of the trop
2s that sotlwtiles -r.w to l:e 10 feet
Corn Is a gianut grass. and wheat. rye.
ats. bailey. rice ad sugar cane are
11 grasses. Then there are millets.
orghun. Kaffir corn. broom corn-nil
The number of species of grasses Is
nortmous. yet we have adopted Into
ur system of agriculture but :i few
orts. In part that is due to the ease
ir difficulty of seeding grasses. Tim
thy grass. for example. is so easily
own and the seed so easily gathered
hat It is soonest set of any and has
ecome the standard hay grass of
In some regions of Kentucky blue
|rass Is the almost universal pasture
;rass because it comes In of Itself. In
ither regions with different soil (poor
Ld lacking in lime) redtop has posses
on. Naturally the farmer follows the
Ine of least resistance. yet it is by no
neans certain that he has adopted Into
its agrIculture all the best grasses that
tature has provided. Some day we
;hall do more toward using now neg
ected grasses. - .loseph E Wing in
'Meadows and l'stures."
A Worker Appreciates This.
Win. Morris, .a resident of Florence,
)regon, says: "For the last fourteen
ears my kidness and bladder incapaci
ato-d me for all work. About eight
na 'nths ago I begjan using Fole' Kidney
iuls, and thi-y have done what other
edicines failed to do. and now I am
eeline fine. I recommend Foley Kid
,ey Pills." For sale by all dealers
Her Ear For Music.
"What Is that tune your daughter Is
'Which daughter?" asked Mrs. Cum
rox. "if It is the older girl it's Liszt's
ungarian rhapsody. and if It's the
younger one it's exercise 27."-Wash
The truest mark of being born with
great qualities is being born without
Ulcers asad Sk: Troubles.
If you are suffering with any ola, run
Ding or fever sores, acds, boils,
czema or other skin troubles, get a
box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve and you
will get relief promptly. lirs. Bruce
yones, of Birmingham, Ala., suffered
from an ugly ulcer for nine months and
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured her in
two weeks. Will help you. Only 25c.
Recommended by all druggista.
Winthrop College Scholarship and Entrance
The examination for the award of
acant scholarships in Winthrop - Col
ege and for the admission of new stu
lets will be held at the Couity Court
House on Friday, July 4, at ' a. m.
Applicants must be not. less than six
en tears of? age. When .Scholarships
r,- vacatnt after July 4 they - will,. be
.warded to those making thbe highest
tverage at this exaihination, provrided
hey meet the conditions-.govet-ning
he award. Applicants for Scholanships
ihould write to President Johnson be
ore the examination for Scholarship
Scholarships are worth $100. and free
*uiion The next session will ope-n
eptemzber 17, 1913 For further infor
~aion and catalogue, address. Pres.
. B. JOHNSON, Rock Hill, S. C.
The qualified electors residing in
avis Schooi District No. 26, Claren
l~a ('ouuty. S C., are bereby notified
hat. ection will be held at Dlavis
it atio. S. C , June 21st, 1913 for the
>orpose of voting for an additional four
uils (4) levy for school purposes in
ad disttrict Polls opaenfrom 8 o'clock
1,. mn. to 4 o'clock p. M. By order of,
E. G. STUKES,
J. H. HORTON,
J. E. DAVIS,
'rustees Davis Staton School District.
1. 0 PURDY. s. OLZVMR 0 BRIYAN
URDY & O'BRYAN,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
MANNING, S. C.
-Woodumen of the World.
Meets on First Monday nights at
)U. J. A. COLE,
Upstairs over Bank of Manning.
MA NNTNG, S. C.
P'hone No "77.
)t. .J. 14RANK GEIGE~R.
.MANNING, S. C.
Everything ..f the best fci
the personal wear and adorn
ment of both sexes.
We fill mail orders carefully
Charleston, S. C
Will cure y sur lRheumatism
e .ralg ia, Headachecs, Cramps,
olic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and
urns Old Sores, Stings of Insects
tc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in
naly and externally. Price 25c.
F. H. LESESNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING. S. 0.
should be "nipped in the
bud", for if allowed to run
unchecked, serious results
may follow. Numerous
cases of consumption, pneu
monia, and other fatal dis
eases, can be traced back to
a cold. At the first sign of a
cold, protect yourself by
thoroughly cleansing your
system with a few doses of
the old reliable, vegetable
Mr. Chas. A. Ragland, o,
Madison Heights, Va., says:
"I have been using Thed
ford's Black-Draught for
stomach troubles, indiges
tion. and colds, and find it to
be the very best medicine I
ever used. It makes an old
man feel like a young one."
Insist on Thedford's, the
original and genuine. E-67
ASK FOR THE YE
In Nyal's Family Remed
every ill. Absolutely guarai
1 WHAT IT'S Nj
A Trust Company should
implies-a Trust Company.
administer trusts than the pr
pany is equipped for active,
dve Have Y~
Liggett &4 Myers D)
great pipe smoke- and
nothing can beat it.
It is the favorite s
%men who want selecte;
North Carolina bright-l<
If you have not sm<
Smade by Liggett c N
- -try it at once.
Each sack contains or
~tobacco that is equal to an
made-and with each s
cigarette papers FREE
A Coupon Tha
- - c:. U.m:t watcn.
I *-1:'t-::;.::~It's of Scottis:!I
..h wis mUl e., it
s s::id. n tie sixtetnith century. Thiere
ow. be t;I o i i ;u ert lIruce."
in~~~~~~ 1::ni.;:ths ujet l ter was
omn!:!a !:: i in he Gentleman's Ma
zi!:<- dattia ! (' or '. Au... )20. 1785. and
i-zin.<! ~ lic .0 :ai o .w o herin statles
:1 the witth was Offered faor sale to
i b.y a ::ndsith ha*iwker of Glas
w who) a3fterw~:m s:Id it for 2
inas. andl(l it was said for 5.
nit !vitr do'es not t ra:e the curiosity
'u rlher. but we li:.l in a little work by
:m Th'maison. Ititleo -1ime and
!'i ::;'! : 1:.' t : t i s siequeutly
od: i's vay into the c'lection of
Kin::- George 1i1. - Phil.adelphia u
Can Snakes Fascinate Their Prey?
Mr. Fitzsimons answers this ques
ion in the negative. The belief in
ascination is general, but there seems
:o be no real foundation for it. *I
iave bad much experience of snakes,"
,rrites Mr. Fitzsimons, "and have made
t my business to observe carefully
:heir habits and ways. both in their
intural condition in the wild state
Ind captivity. and in no instance have
ever known a snake to fascinate an
inimal in the manner it is alleged to
lo." Ue Is seen two species. which
.e menrions. many a time in trees sur
-ounded by a crowd of fluttering. ex
:'ited birds. lut the birds were not,
Jesays. fascinated by the sunke. They
were endeavoring to intimidate it in
rder to frighten it from their haunts.
-Westin nster Gazette.
Mtops the cough and heals lungs
LLOW PACKAGE. 9
es you can find a cure for
teed. For sale only by 9S
he exactly what its name
As such, is fitted better to
vate indiidual. This corn
~ffcient service. Try ia.
, s. C.
t iaDa . ot
coupons alre good fo1rnay
presents-such as wadtches,
;, jewelry, furniture, razors,
s a special offer, during
and June only, weI
send you our illas
ted catalog of presents
i address on apostal.
pons from Duke's Nhxture nraj be
tried erth tags from HORSE SHOE,
T., TINSLEY'S NATURAL LEA,
~RANGER TWIST, coupo ns
from FOU R ROS ES (1-n doube
coupon). PiCK PLUG CUT. PIED
MONT CIGARET'IES. C IX -
CIGARETES.an:doh tags or
coupos:su:.d by us.
ST. L.IS, MO. A~P
in the Seven Years of our existence speaks for us e
appreciate the Confidence the Public places in our
Integrity, Strong Backing
and Courteous Treatment.
Bank of OlantJ,
. LANTA.S. C.
Your business with us is kept Straight, and kept
Capital Stock. 10.000. Surplus, 12.000.
President. S. R. CHANLER,
D. E. FRASER.
The Clemson Agricultural Colle1e
Enrollment Over i800-Value of Property Over a Million -
and a Third-Over 90 Teachers and Officers.
DEGREE COURSES: Agriculture, (seven courses). Chemistry: Me
chanical and Electrical Engineering; Civil Engineering: Tatile
Industry; Architectural Engineerinc
SHORT COURSES: Oie-Year' Course in Agriculture; Two-Year
Course in Textile Industry; Four-Weeks Winter Course in Co.
Grading; Four-Weeks Winter Course for Farmers.
COST: Cost per session of nine months, including all fees, he".
light, water, board, laundry, and two complete uniforms, $133.1t
Tuition, if able to pay, S40.00 extra. Total cost per session f
one year.Agricultural Course, S117.55: Four-Weeks Course, al
SCHOLAPSEIP and ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS: The College -
maintains 167 four-year Agricultural and Textile Scholarships, and
51 one-year Agricultural Scholarships. Value of Scholarships $100
per session and Free Tuition. (Students who have attended Clemson.
College, or any other college or university, are not eligible for the
Scholerships unless there are no other eligible applicants.)
Scholarships and Entrance Examinations will be held by the Conoty
Superintendent of Education on July 11th, at 9 a. m.
Next Session Opens September io, 1913.
Write at once to
W. M. RIGGS. President,.
Clemson College, S. C., for Catalog, Scholarship Blanks. etc. If
you delay, you may be crowded out.
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 vage.
Perhaps y on hav e alr eady guessed where it is. - If
not, we will tell you: it's our store.
SC. R. Sprott, F. D. Hunter. _
SPr-esident and Treas. Vice-President and Sec.
IEANING OIL MILL
Manning, S. C.
E- -MANUFACTURERS OF
SCotton Seed Products
M igh Grade Fertilizers