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* * *.For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
o 3PR Always Bought
SWAs: Bears the
Opiun~orphin arl a
SSOF For Over
B Thirt Years
2 ASK FOR THE YELLOW PACKAGE.
+ a Nyal's Family Remedies you can find a cnre for
i R. ill. Absolutely guaranteed. For sale only by
AT S AME IMPLIES $
ATrustConipany should be exactly what its name
plies-a Trust Company. As such, is fitted better 'to
.amner trusts than the private individual. This corn
t~aBT s equipped for active, efficient service. Try ia.
E ?l SUMTER TRUST CO.,
7 SUMTER, S. C.
* Brng Vour Money
-to this Bank and you can sleep in perfect peace, knowing that it
cannot get away, and that when you want it you only have to sign
your name to a check and it is yours. Those who owe you gratitude
- . often fail when you most need them, but an account at our Bank
always stands with open arms to receive you when you need finan
cia! help. It is only wisdom to cultivate such friendship. Why
7 . not begin to-day.
etour 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 Green,
Paris Green Guns.
Also Big Stock of Binder Twine
for the oat crop.
ADVERTISING TO GET RESULT;
The Right Kind Certain to Bring al
Increase of Business.
Advertising Is simple to some peo
pie and very difficult and complicate(
to others. The former class neve
spends a dollar on printing ink with
out the assurance of good returns. Thy
ether class sometimes spends thou
sands .of dollars without the slightes
Is it a mystery? Not at all. A thor
oughly experienced person can tell be
forehand whether an advertising cam
paign will pay. It is not easy to sa:
just what form of advertisement wil
give the best results, but it is eas!
enough to select the method of adver
tising which will give such results.
There'.is a right way and a wrong
way of conducting an advertising cam
paign, and good advertisements ani
good medlrms may prove worthless I
the advertiser has chosen the wrong
Speaking generally. the mail orde
system is one of the wrong ways, al
though it may pay ildlividuals. It I
merely a substitute. a temporary sub
stitute, for the true and tried old 'sys
tem of retailing 'merchandise. Tak<
the case of the retail grocer who sells i
private blend of tea and who is tryini
to build a big demand through th<
mails. He may ultimately create a fai
business by- mail, but it should be ob
vious even to himself that a far wide:
outlet awaits a similar article pushes
through the usual trade channels.
Mail order business is an unnatura
business and Is not likely to be a per
manent feature of the, country's com
The magic of advertising? That
right The magician's wand cannot d(
the expected job with one wave. how
ever. nor can -It work Its wonder
through a single class of mediums.
The public must be reached,- anm
each of these branches of the adver
tising job must receive proper treat
ment. If one is neglected in the leas
there will be disappointment Thy
retailer's advertising task Is, as a rule
much simpler than the manufacturer's
except, of course, when he wishes t
push his own private brands into gen
eral distributive channels.
To Kill Germs In Streets.
The destruction of dust germs I1
streets and gutters through the use o:
a city street sprinkler is recommend
ed by Thomas H. Ham, an attorne
of Albany, N. Y. He suggests that.i
bag of sulphate of Iron. placed- In thi
water tank sufficient in amount to
make a 1 per cent solution, wonk
kill Innumerable dust germs and para
"The mayorsof thecities of the stat
should try the plan in the interest o
public health," said Mr. Ham.
This method would prove very ines
pensive and tend to lessen those die
eases which are spread through thb
germs In dust
Pupils Raise -Money For Schools.
Money for the operation and main
tenance of the public schools of lmu
Island. Ill., when taxes were mnade
quate was raised when 800 school chil
dren participated In a brilliant pag
eant of nations. This plan was hit upo3
by the kids themselves. and teacher
aded in the event -
Wouildn.'t it be
Linen you could ui
at the same time
saved money whei
,offer you the oppoi
need and save mor
This week all Line
-Brown Dress Linien, full yi
Linen, regular 35c. qual
week to .............
36 inch Dress Linen, Lighi
Tan, Dark Brown, Etc..
medium weight, regular
ity, this week...... .
27 inch Colored Dress Li
regular 25c. quality, this
45-inch Round Thread E
regular 75c. quality, this
-90-inoh Linen Sheeting, al.
width, the best quality, 1
72-inch Table Liuen, all pr
width, regular $1. and
All other i~n
- Stock Specially
White and Color4
from 10c. yard to
thing in Linen yo
have it, and will
"All Special Price
HUSBANlD RESCUED o,
DESPAIRING WIE T
Ater Four Years of Discouragis R
Cemlitions, Mrs- Ballock Gave
Came to Rescue.
Catron, Ky.-In an interesting letter ri
from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock to
writes as folows: "I suffered for four vi
years, with womanly troubles, and during c
this time, I could only sit up fora little fC
while, and could not walk anywhere at w
all. At tmes, I would have severe pains
in myleft side. r
The doctor was camedin, and his treat. t
mentreleved me fora while, but I was r
soon confined to my bed again. After t
that, nothing seemed to do me any good. n
I had gotten so weak I could not stand,
and I gave up in despair.
At last, my husband got me a bottle of
Cardni, the woman's tonic, and I cor n
menced taking it From the very first ,1
dose, I could tel it was helping me. I ti
can now -walk two miles withqut its T
tiring me; and am doing my lork."
If are all rim down from womanly in
truie, ttdon' ges utp It hasahelpe
than a million women, 50 e,
years of wonderfui success, and should
surely help you, too. Your druggist has
sold Cardul for years. He knows what
it will do. Ask him. He will recom
mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. a
Dee. c ataeoa. Term.. for , eiai &
Ikcinonyar cameand 64-paebook.' Home
"Treatmnto Women.' sent wn plain rpe. r6B
Mr. Gnags-I want you to under- ti
stand. Mrs. Gnaggs. that I am no fool. L
Mrs. Ganggs-For once I agree with N
t you. A fool and his money are soon la
parted. and I have never been able to
get a dollar out of you.-Philadelphia
1e censures God who quarrels with
the imperfections of men.-Burke.
Surprising Care of Stoanich Trouble. tl
When you have trouble with your
stomach or chronic constipation. aon't 0
imagine that your case is beyond help h
just because your doctor fails to give
relief. Mrs. G. Stengle, Plaindeld, N.
J., writes, "For over a month past I
have been troubled with my stomach.
Everything I ate upset it-terribly. One
of Chamberlain's advertising booklets0
came to me. After reading a few of the I
letters from people who had been cured p
by Chamberlain's Table W, I decided to -d
try them. I have taken nearly three
fourths of a package-of them and can
now eat almost everything that I want."
For sale by all dealers.
Sensible Advise. 04
Bill-What are you carrying a cane
tor? Jim-im baring a deuce of a a
time for water on the knee. Bill- oa
Why don't you try wearing pumps?- w
The Best Medicine In the World.
"My little girl had dysentery very
bad I thobt she would die. Cham.
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea s
emedy cured her, and I can trnthfuUy b
say that I -think it is the best medicine 1
in the world," writes Mrs. William Or- a
vis, Clare, Mich. F'or sale byl dealers. c
ine to have all the
e to advantage and
now that you had
youbought it ?We
unity to buy all you
y on your purchase.
ns in our stock - -
~uced in Price-.I
rd-wide, all pure
iy, reduced this -
... .... 221-2c. yard a
Blue, Dark Blue,
all pure Linen,
3c. and 40c. qual
............. 25c. yard..
nes, also white,(
week........... 45c, yard.
pure Linen,- full
his week at...... 85c. yard.
eLinen and full -
~l.25 quality, this
........ ..... 85c. yard.
ns and Linenes in
educed this week.
i ranging in price
25c. yard. Most any
. could ask for we
save you money on
are Strictly Cash."
For Cuts, Burns and Bruises.
In every home there snould be a box
Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ready to ap
y in every case.of burns, cuts, wounds
scalds. J. H. Polanco, Delvalle.
x., R. No. 2, writes: "Bucklen': Ar
ca Salve saved my little girl's cut
ot. No one believed it could be cur
." The world's best salve. Only 25c.
commended by all druggists.
Te Gob: Desert.
The gre:it disert of Gobi which is
irtly in Chtinn. inrtly in Manchuria,
rtly in Mongolia and partly in Sibe
a, is tratv.ersed by the oldest transpor
tion lines In existence. It has a cara
Ln route over which tea and silk laden
Lmels have traveled toward Europe
*r 8.000 years, and yet from the time
hen Kublai Khan macadamized the
ad until the time when the Russian
ilroad paralyzed it by the competition
steam no one of the merchants wbc
aveled over it turned either to the
ght or to the left to tell Europe and
te occident of the wonders or the ter
rs of that unknown land.
Obey That Impulse.
Instead of enduring the daily tormen
weak back, backache, sore kidneys
rollen joints and rheumatism, obey
at impulse to take Foley Kidney Pills
hey co-operate with nature,'which ac
runts for their success in all kidney
id bladder disorders They are heal
g, strengthening and tonic. pbey tha
2pulse to-day and give them a chancy
help you. For sale by all dealer
Such an Aid.
Young Wife-Somehow I cannot gel
yy bread to rise. Hub.-Why don1
Du set the alarm clock?-Boston Tran
The ging of All Laxatives.
For constipation, headaebes, indiges
on and dyspepsia, use Dr. King's Nev
ife Pills. Paul Mathulka. of Buffalo
Y.. says they.are the "King of a]
xattves. They are a blessing to al
y family and I always keep a b,.x a
)me." Get a box and get well. Price
c. Recommended by all druggists.
A Limited Habit.
"I see .that some of our scientist
aim that death Is largely a mattel' o:
abit, depending upon thought and al
at," he said.
"Nonsense!" she replied.. "Did yot
rer know any one who was in th
abt of dying?"-Exchange.
Cynicus-I wonder why he neve
arried. Silhccs-l believe he wa
ice disappotnted In love. Cynicus
npossible. No man is ever disap
tinted in love till he marries.-Phila
Canses of Stomach Troubles.
Sedentary habits, lack of out door ex
-cise, insufficient mastication of food
nstipaiion, a torpid liver, worry au
tiety, overheating, partaking of foo
id drink not suited to your age an
mcupation. Correct your habits an
,ke Chamberlain's. Tablets and yo
ill soon be well again. For sale by al
Mo s::.e ur ta -
The -moitu re of, ah - i~.
Tve~n i;n. .' a iso!' . -
e troubled wit!i a ft,'i : -
a the eyi. nd haive g .g! a
Orninlg to lin~d ir ean io m
ses or-tis kind te tfa:r;i I::a'
as been disasolved by the a,,atu11re
-Not What She Meant.
"I think the~ baby huas your laair
naim." said the nurse girl. lookin:
leasantly at her mistress.
"Gracious!'' exclaimed the lady
lancing up from her novel. "Ruw
so th'e nbrsery and take it awn;
m'm hIm. What will that child d<
The qualified voters residing in Sa
m school district No. 25, will he re
r* ts.ke notice that an election w ill
Shld at Doggetta cross roads, Jala
0 11th, 1913, for the purpose of vot
g for aadditional tax of five milli
r general school purposes.
W. E. l.AVENDER,.
3. PICKETT GIBBONS,
J. H. HARDY,
llaria or Chills & Fevel
escription No. 666 is prepared especially
r MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER:
ye or six doses will break any cae, anc
taken then as a tonic the Fever will nol
turn. It acts on the liver better thai
slomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25<
Toff-You told me that horse wat
ee from faults. Why, It's blind
'ealer-Blind? Well, that's not
tult. Thiat's a -cruet mnisfortune.-Sai
Those edges soonest turn that am'
iost keen. A sober moderation stand:
aire. No violent extremes endure.
- o aBladder1ru~esw
D ckson'sDrug sitore.
Succeed when everything else fis
In nervous prostration and female
geaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY; LIVER AND
ft s the best medicine ever, sold
over a druggist's counter.
ucken's Arnica Salve
Ths B..t Salva In lbe World.
"What's your husband's business?"
"Debts."--New Orleans Times-Demo
God gives every bird Its food. but
does not throw it into the nest.-J. G.
A Good Investment.
W. D. Mlagli, a well known merchant
of Whitemound. Wis., bought a stock
of Chamberlain's -medicine so as to be
able to supply them to his customers.
After receiving them he was himself
taken sick and says that one small bot
tie of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedv was worth more to
him than the cost of his entire stock of
these medicines. For sale by all dealers.
Spinach That Grows Six Feet High.
The numerous varieties of spinach
Bow grown -are very interesting. There
is the Orache or mountain spinach,
which grows six feet high and has
very ornamental foliage. New Zealand
spinach is a very useful kind. Sown
in spring, it yields succulent leaves
straight on until October. Perpetual
spinach or spinach beet planted In
summer goes on far into the winter
London Mail .
Bananas and Bread and Butter.
A commission house in Vienna which
makes a specialty of West Indian prod
ucts says in one of its advertisements:
"Educate your children to eat bananas.
Let them take bananas to school, and if
they eat them at recess time they will
not only be refreshed. but their capac
Ity for study will be improved. There
can be no more wholesome food for the
school child than bananas with bread
"Why don-t you want me to marry
"You have no money."
"But I have brains."
"Maybe so. but you don't prove It
by wanting to get married, young
The Difference Between "The Summer Girl'
and "The Summer Woman."
While the former is hiving a "good
time" the latter is too often oragging
around nervous, run down, tired out,
with aching back and weary limbs,
sleepless and wretched. Often it is kid.
ney trouble not female trouble and
Foley Kidney Pills are a direct ac
} positive help for the condition. For sale
by all dealers everywhere.
Oscar-Vat Iss a bachelor? Adolph
A bachelor. Osgar. Iss a man vot no
woman bass daken a fancy to.-Bo
Let a man overcome anger by love;
let him overcome evil by good. the
I greedy by Liberality, the liar by truth
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Mitchell Levi and Ferinand Levi,
Co-partners in business as Levi
F. J. Graham, Defendant.
Under and by Virtue of an Execu
tion issued out of the Court of Corn
-mon Pleas, and to me directed, .1
have levied upon and will sell at pub
lic auction in front of the . court
house, in Manning, on Monday, the
-7th day of July, for cash, the follow
ing real estate:
All that piece or lot of land situate
in Clarendon Cour.ty, State of South
Carolina, containing 280 aeres; boun
ded North, and West by lands of
Mrs. Harriet Harvin; Southeast and
Northeast by estate of Henry Byrd
-and Ann L~. Reynolds; North by
lands formerly known as the Martin
Byrd tract, lands of Ann'L. Reynolds,
-and WVest by lands now or formerly
of David F. Lide and E. J. Puge, be
ing the tract of land conveyed to F.
J. Granami by J. Cohen Wilson by
deed recorded in the office- of Clerk
of Court for Clarendon County in
Book T. T., page 721.
-Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. s-AMBLE,
.Sheriff Clarendon County.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
C. F. Middleton and C. F. Middleton,
Trading as Middleton & Company,
Samuel Hampton, R. C. Richardson,
and W. R. Coskrey, Trading as W.
R. Coskrey & Company, Defend
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Judgment Order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, in the above stated action,
to me directed, bearing date of Mlay 9th,
1913, I will sell at public auction. tc
the highest biddder. for cash, at Clar
endon Court House, at Manning, in
said county, within the legal hours for
judcial sales, on MIonday, the 7th day
of July. 1918, being salesday, the fol
lowing described real estate:
All that lot or parcel of land, sit
uate in Reminii. in the County of
Clarendon, and State aforesaid;
bounded on the North by Street of
said town, known as Railroad
Street, fronting forty feet thereon:
East by lot formerly of A. S. Boston,
above 'described; South by Street
separating from land~s of H. B. Rich
ardson, andl West by mot fornerly of
A. S. Boston; its Eastern and West
ern lines extending one lhiudred and'
twenty feet. Th'lis lor being formerly
the store house lot of B. 13- Ring.
conveyed to Iue by A. I). Witiher
51poon~ and others. T1here being no
enumbilrance onl Ibis lot whatSOever.
All that certain lot of land situate.
lyng andi beim': in thet Couinry of
tning abour' one-fourthI of anm acre,
more or less. aud bounded as fol
lows: On the North by a Street
of the town of Remjini, S. C.. called
Rrailroad Street; South by lands
of' I. F. Richardson; East by
lands of Hi. B. Richiardsonm and
Public jtoad leadin: from Camn
den to' Charleston, and WVest by
lands of estate of B. B. King.
P --chaser to pamy for papers.
I E. B. (iAMI3HLE,
SheritT' Clarendonm County.
Notice of Dischargie.
I will apply to the .Judge of Pro
bate for Ciarendoni counity, on the
1th day of July, 191:3, at 11 o'clock.
IA. Ml., for letters of discharge as ad
ministrator of the estate c Joseph
S. Bell, deceased.
Jomi D. GERALD,
June, 17th, 1913. -
FORD MOTOR O.,
AUTOMOBILE MANUFATURERS, .
Detriot, Michigan, U. S. A.
June 3rd, 1913.
To Dealers, Sub-Dealers, Limited Dealers and Branch Man
For fear that you have not noticed Page 353 of the
Ford Times of May, wherein an emphatic denial is made of
certain silly rumors concerning a change of ownership in
the Ford Motor Company and a consequent, reduction in the
price of Ford Cars, we call to your attention the following
plain statement of facts
1st. The Standard Oil Company or any. other com- -
pany has not bought the Ford business or evrd a single 9
share of our company's stock. as we have no interest to se11.
2nd We have no connection whatever with any
other automobile concern.
3rd. - We will not sell three cars for one thousand
4th. We will not market our product through mail- 9
order houses or direct to the retail buyers; or through any
other channels axcept regularly licensed dealers,
We 4xpect and want everyone connected with the
Ford organization to deny rumors of this character, resting
assured that when any changes are made in Ford policy our
organization will be the first to know of it
A dealer need only to read his contract and do busi
ness accordingly, as his contract furnishes him ample'guar
antee that such rumors are without foundation.
FORD MOTOR CO,
By N. A Hawkins,
Mabager of Sales.
D. C. SHAW CO.,
10-12-14 Sumter St.
* Sumter, S-- . C. 9
Dike's First, Lats and Always
A customer came into our store this morning and bought a tube of
+ Tooth Paste. This conversation followed:
+ Salesman-Did you read ouradvertisement in the paper?
+ Salesman-Why didn't you bring it? It's worth :ive cents cash...
* Customer-I didn't know, I thought it was just an advertisement.
Salesman-We couldn't publish it if wasn't trqe. .We pay you Sc. for +
+ the ad if you buy 25c. worth of anything in the Toilet Article Line,
+ Stationary, or anything advertisetd in that space. - .
f Custome-Well, next time I will KNOW. - .
FULL LINE CUT GLASS SOON.
+ ARANT'S DRUG STORE._:
We beg to announce to the tradingpub
lic that we have moved across the street
from our old stand to the store formerly(
occupied by Rigby Dry Goods Co., on Levi
Block, next door to Plowden Hardware Co.
We are showing the most representa
tive Line of Dry Goods, Notions and Shoes
to be found in the county.
A visit to our new quarters is earnestly
R. P. JIENKINSON.
0 * **9*C * p *p* ***9O9 * *O* **O* *O
DO YOU KNOW.
SWe are now in our new Quarters?
2 Have moved next to Mr. D. Hirschmann's,8
where you'll find more and better bargains
from now on
SSee those Japanese Rugs we
are offerinr at 25c. 88
5, 10, 25c. STORE
MANNIN6, S. C. 8
"The Wood Everlasting"~4
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
Lengthens the Life of Your Buildings
I: Ask Your Dealer. 4
L. WETHER HORN & SON,
': Largest Mf'rs South . - - Charleston, S. C.