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RId Your Children of Worms.
You can change fretful, ill-tempered
children into healthy, happy young
sters, by ridding them of worms. Toss
ing, rolling, grinding of teeth, crying
out, while asleep, accompanied with in
tense thirst, pains in the stomach and
bowels, feverishness and bad breath,
are symptoms that inoicate worms.
Kickapoo Worm Killer, a pleasant can
dy lozenge, expels the worms, regulates
the boyels, restores your children to
health and happiness. Mrs. J. A Bris
bIn, of Elgin, Ill., savs: "I have used
Kickapoo Worm Kilter for years, and
entirely rid my children of worms. I
would not be witdout it." Guaranteed.
AU druggists, or by mail. Price 25c.
Kickapoo Indian Medicine Co., Phila
delphia and St. Louis.
One of the Quaintest Railroads in the
World is in Iretand.
-Where the broad mouth of the river
E n mingles its waters with the
deeper hue of thle ocean, where the
stem coast dhrusts.ts eager promon
toies toward- America, the land of
stands Ballybunion, pictur
Csqe town of 300 Irish men. and wom
en. About a mile and a aalf farther
nortk stands Belmore, and between
two en towns extends one of
s qualntest railroads-the
f. ts-single track, raised on a tres
tie.andinIts curious cars passengers
afid f*eght are carried from Bally
tikn and Betmore and back again In
2.K:be remarAble time of dve minutes.
-4 O'1a-nA OraH on wvhlch its strange lo
esiodr.nasnd trains run is perhaps
eef high, while the distance be
the lower rails, which serve to
nasAthe equilibrium of the ro~ftng
e a-little more than a foot
s~t remarkablb of its equipment is
vi0frebot. It bas one cylinder
id6 the rods of beh. are in
1e , the drivers. The in
,a pc~ezg c ar -s divided
by separate doors.
&tdrds on either sde, ac
the balancinneeds or the'
Freight and stnek cars are
trane and 'wagons to
of th BarybWnLon
ft bridges are con
the Vid? s road 1re
:*Aowered positioh for.the ae
of trafilie When it is nec
ftrain topss such apt
~kg laa ries the bridge
the ustration, thus
cw * onsiderable
t n- a ad. The s r -
- has many famous
ield ta large- quan
'd'some mineral weal
Ithe on. Mean Entirely
La - erent Words.
~tb&UaVerWy of Lonfon reent-1
gvn-by Dr. Jones on
of Chfese. and in
_ e hisremarks the speaker
tzpQ t't difflultlesf flearn
prin -ncatioof Chinese,
oughn, reg enoughghave 'been rather
a radby thoee who have rit
ten on that sa.:et Whentreated
phonetcally the langlagesbecomes not
cL ar d:en ut to learn than Ger
- athzgtoee~ei that
tI- s -hns Is a matty of
a na talking,. Dr. Jones
tendmaean vartidal inoe
- -~ ~Iferent wiords.
the Chinese method is
Iour own language,and
pointed out that the aim
~&re~"It isathecae, "Of
ao, but Pm not quite
yilitleastix tones. There
sb.a ubt thaat may he more or
1 ofete account- According to
teel~2 which they are pronounced
*e-wrde -In Cantonese which
- 'nd distinct .mean
? ~T.hnese.word "fan,"'for In
ai33Meso pronounced, or rath
~~5S~G~U~~fflsix different Words
'a1T8Ib'~eiydifferent ones as sleep,
~ ondon's. Mighty Roar.
~~sRussell Lowell was never so
- s -anrihrg his tenure of the
- ~cn legation. "I do like Lon
~~k.r~ es to Charles Eliot Nor
~ms~lafter his appointment "II
ti~ l p to my blood, now growing
-than It-used to be. I
tadin the middle of Hyde
paand forget myself In that dull
orar of ever circulating life which
ibar a. burden to the song of the
tlnesa I. am listening to. It is fa
mone(impressive than Niagara, whieb
biinouthing else to do and .can't help
fiself. ~n this vast torrent all the
rops are men."-London Chronicle.
What Ho Wanted It For.
ish ihad money enough to gei
arded," he remarked.
She.looked down and blushed. "And
..wat-would-you-do" she asked
oking very hard at a little design or
-' would spend it traveling," he re
pied.' And the thermometer fell 10de
wdon't like to InvIte Mrs. Farveni
to my -bridge party, and yet she's
sure loser and good. pay."
N don't think yon are going to ge
er money without her company." sai4
ern sarcastic husband. "What do yo1
axpect her to do-frame your invitatio3
.nd mail you a check?" - Louisvill'
Napoleon Lost Something Too.
Host-That Is the sword of my grea
mele. He lost his arm at Waterloc
Quest-Yes, It's a terrible place fo
osng things. I lost a bag there onl:
ast week!-London Opinion.
Wife (prouldly)-I'mn so sorry, dea:
hat your staying home and takin
are of baby cut you out of seeing m
rirch at the head of the suffrage pl
- - - natisn
enralgia, "Headaches, Cramps
- Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts an<
.urns, Cid Sores, Stings of Insect
Easy Method by Which One Hospital
Prevents Their Spread.
The power of a small glass partition
to prevent the spread of infectious dis
eases has been known in the hospitals
of Europe for several years. but is
only becoming recognized in America.
In the contagious wards of the Brook
lyn Children's hospital glass partitions I
about five feet high are placed between
the beds. And the effect is really as
tonishing. In one bed may be a child
with pneunionia, in the next one with
scarlet fe- in the next one with
measle' 'ebrospinal meningitis,
dip' 'her such diseases may
the other beds, but
s. n of the glass par
tit. hes" the disease
An(&- stes freely all
around - - ss partitions,
and one the germs
would spr.-.:- sily. as if
these were .- -perience
has proved th -
Physicians a cheir views
about the spret contagious dis
eases through the ir. Some are even
ridiculing the fumigation of rooms.
The suggestion Is that most of the
pathogenic germs die very quickly in
the air; tNat persons must come fairly
close to the patients and be In almost
direct contact with them if they are
to "catch" the_ disease. - New York
DRY EYED MADNESS.
No Actually Insane Person Has the
Power of Shedding Tears.
One of the most curious facts con
nected with madness is the utter ab
sence of tears amid the insane. What
ever the form of madness. tears- are
conspicuous by their absence, as much
in the depression of melancholy or ex
citement of mania as in the utter a'pa
thy of dementimI
If a patient in a lunatic asylum .be
discovered in tears It will be found
that it Is one beginning to recover or
an emotional outbreak in an epileptic,
who is scarcely truly insane, while ac
tual insane persons appear to have lost
the power of -weeping. It is only re
turning reason - which can once more
unloose the fountain of their tears.
Even when a lunatic Is telling one in
fervid language how she has been de
prived of her children or the outrages
that have been perpetrated upon her
self her eye Is never even moist. The
ready gush of tears which accompa
nies the plaint of the sane woman con
trasts strangely with the dry eyed ap
peal of the talkative lunatic- It would.
Indeed, seem that tears give relief to
feeHngs which.-then pent up, lead to
madness. It Is one of the privileges of
reason to be able to weep. Amid all
the misery of the insane they find no
relief in tears.-Pearson's Weekly.
A:Boy and a Thousand Dollars.
A New York, judge gave his son
$1,000, telling him to go to college and
graduate. - The son returned at the end
of freshman year witho-tit a dollar and
with several ugly habits. At the close
of the vacation the .judge told his son
that he had done aflbe-could for him.
f he had wasted the money tilat was
to haue -taken him through college he,
might as well leave home and make his
own way in the world. It was a rude
awaening for the young man, but he
knew that his father- was right And so
'strong was the -good influence of his
pright father that he did leave home
to go to work In downiright earnest
He went back to college, made his way
t~roigh, graduated at the head of-his
class,.studied law, became governor of
the state' of New York. entered the
cabIet of the president of the United
States and made a record for himself.
It was William H. Seward
Sterilized Soil For Flower-.
It Is not generally known that the
soil used-by florists for filling window
boxes and flowerpots is often steri
lized. This, sterilization Is not intend
ed primarily for the destruction of
germs, but for the\ destruction of all
animal and vegetalie life In the soil.
so that weeds will not be springing up
along with the flowers and w'orms up
rooting the earth. The sterilizing de
vice consists of a large bin with steam
pipes rqnnlng through !t about fodir
feet apart. Along these pipes there
a-re placed holes at Intervals of a few
inches. The soil-which is tod plow
ed up and left to decay for a year-is
dumped in. Then the steam Is turned
on for half an hour. At the end of
that time the process Is completed
The Budding Financier.
Probably the late J. P. Morgan's first
attempt at finance took place in Bos
ton. HIs school teacher gave him mon
ey to buy erasers. Young Morgan was
gone a long time. When he returned
he handed the teacher the erasers and
"What's this for?" asked the teach
er "I2 gave you just enough to buy
"Oh." returned .young Morgan, "I
went around town'-until I could find a
place to buy at wholesale"-Detroit
Perpetual Motion. *
"What a lively baby," said Fl'aherty.
"Have ye had his picture took yet. 1
"Not yet," said Fogarty, the proud
father. "We thried to, but afther an
hour's lost labor the photygrafter ray
ferred us to a muovin' picture studio."
,Job Not in It.
Willie-Pa, why do people talk about
the patience of Job? Henpeck-Be
cause they don't know your father, my
DON'T use a couah medicine contain
ig opium or morphine. They constipate
the owels and do dot cure only sti fle
the cough. Examine the label and il
the medicine contains these harmfu
opiates refuse it. Foley's Honey anc
Tar Comgpund contains no opiates, a
healing and soothing. For sale by al.
Roger Crabb's Bran Broth.
SRoger Crabb. whbo lived in seven
teenth century England, was a persist
et -faster. ie sold off his stock is
trade- be was a -baberdasher of hats'
-and took up his residence in a but
Snear Ickenham, where he lived on
Bfarthings a week. He described his
-experiences in a pamphlet entitled
-The English Herimit; or, The Won
der of the Age." "-Instead of strong
'drinks and wines,' says the eccentri<
Roger. "I give the old man a cup o1
water, and instead of mutton and rab
-bit I give him broth thickened witt
Sbran and pudding made with bran anc
turnip leaves, chopped together." Vig
jorous health was the result, and his
abstention frotn food was regardec
A Heavy Burden,
I Bad Back Makes Life Miser
able for Many Manning People.
A bad back is a heavy burden.
A burden at night when bedtime
Just as bothersome in the morning.
Ever try Doan's Kidney Pills for it? C
Know they are for kidney backache b
-Zd for other kidney illst
If you don'%, some Manning people do. g
Read a case of it.
Mrs. R. L. Logan, Manning, S. C.,
ays: "For a long time I had trouble
rom weak kidneys, and I sutiered from
t lame and aching back that kept me
,rom getting my proper rest at nigbt.
Doan's Kidney Pills, which-1 got frorb
Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.'s 15rug Store.
uow the D:cvson Drug Co.,) were used 1
is directed and they relieved me. At t
he present time I am enjoying much <
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
ents. Poster-Milburn Co., -Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
Castle Garden was built by the Unit
ed States in 1807 from the plans of
Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan Williams,
C. E., and was called Fort Clinton. In
1S2 it was ceded to New York city.
In 1824 it became a place of amuse
ment and about 182G got the name of
Castle Garden. In 1845 there were
Ethiopian minstrels there, in 1847-9
theatrical companies played there, and
In 1850 .Jenuy Lind sang there. - In
155 it was closed as a place of amuse
ment. and the commissioners of immi
gration took it as an immigrant depot
In 1870 it suffered from fire. and "on
July 9. 187G.4 it was burned.to the
ground. It was rebuilt at once. In
1,92 the depot was moved to Ellis is
land, and Castle Garden reverted to
the city, which In 1896 opened an aqua
When Father Sings.
Little Mildred lives on the Kansas
side and is four years old. She has a
good voice ind likes to sing. Her fa
ther has a very poor voice and wouldn't
carry a tune .on his 'shoulders. He Is
aware of his failing. So is Mildred.
Whenever he starts to sing the rasp
ing noise grates. on -her music loving
ears. and whenever Mildred is naughty
father threatens her thus:
"Mildred. If you don't behave papa
Mildred immediately turns up her
nose, puts her hands behind her back.
and walks away. But-she always be
haves.-Kansas City Star.
The Hens Were Jealous.
"My dear," said the professor's wife,
"the hens have scratched up all that
eggplant seed you sowed."- .
"Ah, jealousy!" mused the professor.
And ie sat down and wrote, a twenty
page article on the "Development of
Envy In the Minds of the Lower Bi
ed"-Lades' Home Journal.
A Handy Woman.
Mrs. Housewifey-I never had, a
laundress who could 'do up white
dresse as nicely as your wife- does.
Rastus (grinning admibly)-Ya's 'mi.
Mandy's a right handy 'oeman. She
kin do me up jes' as-eay as one o'
dem air dresses.-Puck.
Made, It Clear.
Mrs. Youngbride (to grocerl-Shall 1'
open an account, or do you prefer to
have me pay for what I get? Grocer
Both. madam.-Boston TranscriDt
The agonizing discomfort and sense
of~uffocationi tnat accompany hay fever
and asthma may be greatly alleviated
by the use of Foley's Honey and Tart
Compound. It has a soothine effect on
the mucus linings, and relieves the
gasping and tickling sensation in the
throat and bronchial tubes; For sale by
all dealers everywhbere. *
London Children and the Country.
The bishop of' Stepney was telling
stories recently about the inability of
the London shum child to appreciate
the country. "Would you like to live
here always?" he asked a girl on a
school treat, and she answered, "No;
It would be dull." He took a party of
children for a treat to Hampton court
last sprlag. There was blue sky over
head, with a blaze of color in the flower
borders. He thought the children were
enjoying it but presently gne of them
asked, "When are we going to get
there?' and inquiry revealed thatgier
sole idea of a day in the country was
a place where there would be swings.
Another girl was asked whether she
would like to stop and sleep in the
country. "No." she replied, "not with
all these rabbits about."-Westminster
Get our prices befi
will save you money.
Tobacco Wire, Tobact
I Also Big
for the oat crop.
,TATE OF SOUTH CARULIN A
County of Clarendon.
oy James M. Windham, Esq., Probate
VHEREAS, Home Bank and Trust
Company made suit to me to grant
hem Letters of administration of the
st.at,e and effects of Henry Hartley.
These are therefore to cite andLad
2onish all and singular the kindred
nd cieditors of the said Henry Hart
Dy, deceased, that they be and
ppear before *me, in the Courtof Pro
,ate to be held at Manning on the 7th
ay of August next. after publication
ereof, at 11 o'clock'in the forenoon,
D show cause, if any they have, why
he said administration should not be i
Given under my hand, this 21st
ay of July, A. D. 1913.
JAMES M. WINDHAM,
[SEAL.1 Judge of Probate.
Attention, School Trustees! you
. . you
Any school trustees in the county The
visbing to work up the special school gla
ax in any school district will please Get
ome in and do so at once ace
A. P. BURGESS, wil
Thirty days after date, namely Au
ust 6, 1913. at Summerton, S. C., at
be Bank of Summerton,. meeting of
he stockholders of the Summerton
Warehouse Company will be held for
be purpose of considering the question
f -the dissolution of said company; on
ir before said date, any and all persons
lesiripg to bid or purchase shall file
sealed bids with J. W. Lesesne, Esq.,
Iashier Bank of Summurton, S. C. If
L majority of the tock of the corpora
ion be present' St such meeting, in
erson or by proxy, and ,a resolution
hat such corporation shall go into
iquidation and wind up its affairs and
issolve. be adopted by a majority vote
)f all the shae of capital stock. said
:orporation may tlpreupon go into
iquidation and proceed to wind up its
fairs and dissolve.
W. H. ANDERSON,
President Summerton Warehouse Co.
June 5, 1913.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County. of Clarendon.
By James M. Windham, Esq., Judg f
N HEREAS, Easter Lawson made Wi
H suit to me to grant her Letters th
f Administration of the estate and
ffects of John Lawspn.
These are therefor4 to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kin
red and creditors of the said
John Lawson, deceased, that YO
they be and appear before me, in the W
Court of Probate, to be held at Man
ning, S. C., on the 24th day of July all
next, after publication hereof, at re
11 o'clock in the forenoon, -to show
eause, if any they have, why the M
said administration should not be
Given under my hand this 7th day T
of July, Anno Domini, 1913.
J. M. W1NDHAM, -
Judge of Probate. +
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
. larendon Gounty.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
[,udgement of Foreclosure and Sale]$
Heat-Massey-Morrow C o mpa ny , $
Lucius R.'Gibson, Abner L. Glbson
and Cleo Oatla-w, Defendants
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A +
Jdgmnat Order of the Couirt of Coin-$
mon Pleas. in the above stated ac- +'
tion, to me directed, bearing date of 44
June 4th, 1913, I will sell at public +
auction, to the highest bidder, for +
cash, at Clarendon Court House, at +'
Manning, in said county, within the
legal hours for judicial sales, on Mon- +'
day, the 4th day of August, 1913, be- $
ing saleaday, the following described+
All that parcel or tract ok land sit
ate in the county of Clarendon in
said State. containing two hundred<
and forty-five acres more or less, and
bounded on the North by lands of +
Charles J. Gibson, bounded on the
East by lands of Louis B. Gibson.,
bounded ou the South by lands of 9
Sarah E. Mimis. and' on the West by
lands nqw or formerly of the estate*
of W. WV. Richbourg.
*Purchaser to pay for papers. +'
E. B. G4AM14LE, "
.Sheriff Clarendon County.
TO GET RiD OF MOSQUITOES
You can Sleep, Fish. Huntor attend to any work
by plig th ace ers ad hads, D.I
Notice of Discharge. de
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County, on the 30th day
of Ju:' 1913. for letters of discharge as -
E.ecutrix of the Estate of Sarab J.
CARRIE DEBELLE JENKINSON.
Manning, S. C., June 30, 1913-.d
G. T. Floyd,
SURVEYOR and C1?V1. ENGINEER o*
[Office over Bank of Manning.]
O BARN F
re you buy. Our prices
Everything for the
o Barn Thermometers,
StoCk of Binder Twine b
- ' Sa
You Will Know E
whatlyou are doing, juss how much
pay out, what your surplus is. if
have a commercial bank account. Fo
cbeck book is a ready.- guide; one
ce at it tells you how you stand. T.
this guiding record by opening an
unt with our bank at once. -You
receive good treatment from us.
oine Batk and Trust Co
all monetary affairs have been WE
years renowned for their
dom and ability. If you are -
inking-of opening a A
Bank Account F
i should bear this fact in mid. A
consider the best interests of
our customers. Lady patrons
eive the most courteous treat
he Bank of Manning
Urges its custoiners to think of.
devoting a portion -of their lands + M
and time ne'xt year to the
TOBACCO AND TRUCKING
The price of TOB A CPCO
at Manning Warehouses, at thier +
recent opening, is all the argu- j
mnt needed on the T OBACCO. $
question. 4 3
We will endeavor soon to giv~e + y3,
you the experience of- one manj -
on fonr acres of IOTATOES. + w.
Te Peoples Bak~ '
OF MANNING. - -
Notice of Discharge.
Iwill apply to thie Judge of Probate
rClarendon county, on the 11th day "
August, 1913, at 11 o'clock, A. Ml.,
rletters of discharge as admiinistra
rof the estate of Rev. David Hucks,
eased. A. E. GOLDFINCH,
Con way, S. C., July &h, 1913.
This is to state that I have mislaici or
stroyed certificate No. 11 for ten
a~res of the capital stock of the Ban k
Pinewood, S. C., par value S20.00 Ofl
r share. Date of certificate December
th, 1912. I will apply for a duplicate -
ertificate in 45 days.
MRS. C. W. BATES c
State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon, f
eisonally, appoared before me Mrs.
W. Bates, who on oath savs that she
es in the State and county aforesaid.,
Town aforesaid, and that she ownes a
n shares of the capital stock of tie
uk of Pmnewood, a duly incorporated -j~
snk doing business in the aforesaid
ate, county and town, and that her
rtificate number eleven for ten
ares of the capital stockcof the said
ank of Pinewood has been losr.. -
MRS. C. W. BATES. JO
Sworn -to before me this 18th day of js
R. A. RIDGILL, C
AL) Notary Public in S. C.
All Whom These Presents May Corncern:
,F. . Shuletr, the owner and holder
twny(20) Share.;of Capital Stoek
:h oeBank and Trust Company,
Manning, South Carolina. represent
by Stock Certificate, Number 35, Pr
ich said Stock Certificate has been -
;t or misplaced, will make applica
n. to the said Co-oporation on the
sday of August, 1913, at 11 o'cloek,
M., for issurance of Stock to me for
lieu of the one Jost or misplaced. og
F. H. SHULEII. 'et
Julv 14th. 1913, of
The qualified voters residing in~
nola school district No. 3, will here -
take notice that an lelection will
held at P'anola school house Fri
Ly, August 8th, 1913, for the pu~rpose I
voting for an additional tax of a for
lls for general school purposes. of
Rl. C. RICHARDSON, for
C W. BROWN, .E
W. R. DAVIS,.
;le of Palms 2
illivans Island, S. C.
.lt is sold May 31st, and on each
utday to and includini Septem
'13th, 1913. limited to reach Man
g rtturning prior to midnight
esday next following date of sale.
Kcursion Rates -
North and East.
r any information address
C. WHITE, H. D. CLARK,
Yen. Pass. Aot., - Ticket Agt.,
ilmington, N. C. Manning, S. C.
acker Mfg. Co.
eo. S. 'Hacker & Sop,. 2
CHARLESTON. S. C.
Doors, Sash and Blinds; Columns
and Balusters; Grilles and Gable
Ornaments; Screen Doors and
Glass. Sash'Cord and Weights.
Everything of the best fcr
the personal wear and adorn -
inent of both sexes.
We fill mail orders carefully
SCharleston, S. C.
On First-Glass Real 'Estate
Purdy & O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Woodmen of the World.
eets on First Monday nights at~
3.D.-\Vf. J.W. WIDEMAN,
AVIS & WIDEMAN,
ATTOL.NEYS AT LAw ,
MANNING. S. C.
R. 3. A. COLE,
Upstairs over Bank of Manning.
MANNING, S. C.'
bone No T7.
. J. FRANK GE1IER.
MANNING, S. C.m
. 0. Edwards,,
ice over Home Bank and Trust Co
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING. S. C.
>. PURDY. s. OL1VleR 0 BRYAN
[RDY & O'BRYANj,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
MANNING, S. C.
IN G. CAPER., (of South Carolina). -
Ex-Comnmissioner Internal Revneu
EPH D. WRIGHT.
APRS & WRIWHT,
AT ORNEYS AT LAW
\vAsHINGTO.. 1. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING. S. C.
>mpt attention given to Collections.
Notice of Discharge.
will apply to the Judgze of Probate
Clarendon C:ounty. on the 30th day
luly, 1913, at 11 o'clock a. nm., for
ers of discharge as A dministrator
he Estate of .fulia A. Parker, de
J1. B. PA RKE R,
,ake City, S. C., .June 30 1913.
Notice of Discharge. 2
wil apply to the Judge of Probate
Claredon county, on the 14th day
August, 1913, at 11 o'clock, A. M.,
letters of discharge as guarcian for
vin V. Cochran, formerly a minor.
L. M. JONES.
i n S. C. July 14th, 1913.
ASK FOR THE YELLOW PACKA6E. 1
In Nyal's Family Remedies you can find- a cure for
every ill. Absolutely guaranteed. For sale only by
DICKSON'S DRUG STORE,
NOW IS THE TIME
to save part of your income by depositing it. We want
you to make our Bank your banking home. A ban
account encourages you to save a part of your inco
Would all successfuI business men have a bank scco
if there was no benefit in it for them ? Your idle money 0*
in this Bank will bring you the benefits they enQ C *
Enroll your name with the thrifty class and follow the
pr6cession to the
Bank 'of Turbeville
WHAT ITS' NAME IMPLIES 51
A Trust Company shoild be exactly wlat its name
implies-a Trust Company. As such, is fitted better to
administer trusts than the private individuaL This coin
pany is equipped for active, efficient.service. Try ia.
THE SUMTER TRUST C0.
SUMTER, S. C.
YOU Owe it to Yourself
and to your family, if you have 6ne, to get the
most you can for your money. Otherwise you 4
would be cheating yourself.
If You are Thin~king
of buying a Hat or Dry Goods, then we can direct.
you to othe 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 S'ec.
EANNIlO OIL, ILLU
Manning, S. C. -
MANUFACTURERS OF -
Cotton Seed Products
High Grade Fertilizers