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New Furniture Store.
We have opened one of the largest and most up-to-date House Furnishing Stores
ever opened up in this section of South Carolina. Our Stock is complete and very large,
therefore we must sell it at a very close price.
Onr Line of Rugs and Art Squares are of the finest quality and beautiful of design.
We carry a fine Line of Mission, Oak, Mahogany and Birds Eye Maple Rockers, and
BED ROOM SUITS,
Leather Seat Rockers and Dining Chairs, Davenports and Bed Lounges. Guaranteed
Brass and Iron Beds.
Agents for the Famous
We give a ftir and square deal to everybody and
back up every sale we make.
Give us a trial and be convinced.
W. H. Shelley & Son,
SUMTER. S. C.
"The Store Accommodating." Right in front of the Postoffice.
TRY THE MISSES WILKES
33 West Liberty Street
The Exclusive Millinery
Store In Sumter
Our Work=Room In Charge Of
Miss Gertrude Adams, of Baltimore
We have spared no time and ex
pense in getting our Fall and Win
ter IEnts---We have the newest and
best creations, from New Yorkj
Yoll Should See Our Exclusive
- -. Models
I both trimmed and untrimmed
soft Silk Velvet and Plush Hats.
If Your ilat Comies Froni Thie Misses Wiles Its Coied.
SU MT ER, S. C.
Eczma and Itching Curnd G T Fr1 d4 JOHN G.CEc tneraraene
The soothing, healing medication in . . Oy LL JOSEPH Dl. WRIGHT.
tae vry tiny p ore ottsin, lear jSURVEYOR and CIVIL ENGINrat UAPE RS & W RIGH T,
iCo l mpu e zStP itba - Office over Bank of Manning . AT oRnEYS AT LA's
eemrashs rogworm, tetter and - -~wss~N .C
euos. Eczema H ackerl Mfg. Co.I
ral 5c Peie he icl Co. s hu a sucssR ToJ. H. L ESESNE,
apaand S.Luis. AdvL. . Beo, S, Hake &[ Son0, ATTORNEY A T LA W
Bel fOd nln. , CHARLEsTON. s. C. MANNING, S. C.
.To one sIxteenth century visiter at
least the English seemed to be a na- LA SN GTA E
Henn r s. ran. wo wrote aof On F'irst-Class Real Estate
his travels In this country during the Mrggs
reign of Queen Elizabeth. "The Eng- -..rggs
lsh," he said, "excel in dancing and
mnlfrthey ar cieand iey ATTORNEYS AT LA W,
though of a thicker make than the MnigS
French. They are vastly fond of great MnigS
noises that fill the air, such as the
flring of cannon, drums and the ring-' W~- A a
ing ofbellso that in London t1S is V.T. li VT
commo fo taga numbeer of theo that Mhanltfacttire Woodmuen of the World.
iito some belfry and ring the bells for Door-s, Sa~sh and Blinds: Columns Meets on First Monday nights a:
hours together for the sake of exer-, and Balusters: Grilles and Gable 830.
cse."-Londoni Chronicle. Ornaments: Screen Doors and Visiting:Sovereiens invited.
Father''s Reason- W E DE AL IN I.o UD.8 LVROBY
Young Harold was late In attend- Glass, SashYCord and Weights.A
ance for Sunday school, and the mi Glss URDY &od O'BRYANts
ister inquired the cause. rRY&OBYN
"I was going fishing, but father' GREELYVILLE Attorness and Counselors at La
wouldn't let me," announced the lad. MNIG .C
to ha" rpied the reverend gen tle BUSINESS S C H 0 0 L.
man. "Did he explain the reason why . . PAR LS O
he would not let you go?" V Indi gidual traiing for boys111~XL
"Yes, sir. He said there wasnt bait and girls. The course of allj O ME
enogh or wo.-are' agzeEnglish branches, Shorthand,
TAX NTICE. Typewriting and Bookkeeping AND LADIES
*offers unsur'passed opportunities
be openfor coll ecto our'axes for 1913 to the youths of your county at* Everything of the best fu
ona 15h October 191: andaros th- a very reasonable price. Boar-d the personal wear and adorn
levies: State tax 5i mill, Ordinary can be obtained in town. For inent of both sexes.
County 4i mills, Court House and l
mCnttionals Shoo 3 aricuarlasrss We fill mail orders carefull3
Spcilchool District 1. 5 mills. 2. 1 J. M. JERVEY, and promptly.
3ml,3.6mills, 5. 3 mills, 7. 4 mills,
134 m is 14. 4 mills, 15. $mils 1 6: reeyll, s. c. DAVIDJ
8 mils, 17. 4 mills, 18. 2 mills. 19. 10
24 il,28 mills, 26. Smills. 27 HARLTON DURANT, O TITN
mil, 31.2 8mills 3. 2 mills, 3.2 ATTO1tNEY AT LAW, COM AN
mils, 53 4 mills. NANNING, S.NC
-. L. L. WELLS, ]INIG hretn
No doubt you are if
you suffer from any of the
numerous ailments to
ject. Headache, back
ache, sidesche, nervous
ness, weak, tired feeling,
are some of the symp
toi..s, and you must rid
yourself of them in order
feet weD. Thousands
of women, who have
been benefited by this
remedy, urge you to
The Woman's Tole
Mrs. Sylvania Woods,
of Clifton Mills, Ky., says:
"Before taking Car dul,
I was, at times, so weak I
could hardly walk, and
the pain in my back and h
head nearly killed me. p
Afte taking three bottles
of Cardui, the pains dis
appeared. Now Ifeel as
suffering woman should
try Cardu." Getabottle
Two Ways to Catch Rabbits.
By the first method "you take a lot
o' salt. mis some pepper with It
strew it on a very -bard rock. then
watch The rabbits cum and eat the
salt, and the pepper makes 'em sneeze
so vilent they bump their noses on the
rock till they !all in a swound and you
step up and pop 'em in your bag"
The other method was to -build a
bustin' fre in the woods when the
snow Is plenty. Now, rabbIts. you
must know. is a mite cold blooded lit
tle critters, so they'll cum and set
round it and warm their toes. Well,
pretty soon they'll drop off asleep and
the fire'll melt the snow Into slush
And pretty soon the fire'll die out and
the mornin' 'II cum on sharp and 'Tl
freeze the slush Into Ice and Letch the
little critters fast ty e paws. Then
all you have to do is cum round with
yer ax and chop 'em out." - Robert
Haven Scbauffler in Metropolitan Mag
The changeable weather of ealy fall
b.ings on coughs and colds thrt have a
weagrening effect on the system, and
may become chronic. Use Foley's
Houey and Tar Compound It has a
very sootbing and healing effect on the
Irritated and inflamed air passages.
and will help very quickly. It is a
well known family medicine that eives
results. For sale by all dealers every
Postal Rates In 1830.
According to a table of the post of
flces in the United States as they were
Oct. 1,-1830. -the whole number of of
fees in the United States was 8.610.
The rates of postage established by
congress in 1825 were: On a single let
ter composed of one piece of paper for
any distance not exceeding thirty
miles. 6 cents: over thirty miles and
not exceeding eighty miles. 10 cents:
over eIghty miles and not exceeding
150. I2%. cents: over 150 miles and not
exceeding 400. 18% cents: over 400
miles, 25 cents: a letter composed of
two pieces was charged double these
rates; of three pieces triple and four
pieces Quadruple these rates For
newspapers th'e rate was 1 'ent for
100 wiles and 1%/ ('nts for over 100
Women Who Get Dizzy.
Ev.-ry woman who is troubled with
fainting and dizzy snells, backache.
headache, weakness. debility. consti
pation or kidney troubles should use
Electric Bitters. They give relief
whetn nothing else will, improve the
health, adding strentgth and vigor from
the first dose. .\rs. Laurr Gaines, or
Avoca, La says. "Four doctors bad
givn me up and my children and all
m friends were lookintg for me to die.
wnen my son insisted that I useEe
tic Bilters I did so. anid they have
done me a world of good." Just try
them 50c. and $1.00 at all druggi-tts
or bv mail. H. E'.. Bucklen & Co. Phila
delphia or St. Louis. Advt.
Captured by an Orang.
There is :an uld story told of a1 native'
if liurne" who. with n1 patrty. went out
to hunt an or-ang outang to seli to
.how meu. This partic-ular hunter got
separted. and at the end of the day
was still missing A searc'h wats or'
ganzed, and at the end of the second
day lie was foutnd high up in a tree
with an orang outang by his side. A
rile shot killed the big ape and then
the man descended and told of hlh
strange adventure He had yone iuto
the river to bathe. and ats he came out
was seized by the oratng and carried
to its lodging in a tree. To his sur
prise he was not otherwise molested
What the orang supposed him to be
or what would have been the eventual
outcome of this strange captivity no
one knows. and the hunter willingly
gave up the chance of finding out.
Can You Doubt 117
When the Proof Can Be So Easily In
When so many grateful citizens of
Manniug testify to beneit, derived from
Doan'. Kind..) Pills. can' you doubit th
evidence? The proof is not far away
it is almost at your door. R'-ad what a
resident of Manning says about Doan's
Kidney Pills. Can you demand more
William Hill, Manning, S C , says:
"M kidneys were badly disorderen
and' the ki'dney secretions contained
sediment. I also had backache and
nain in my loins. When I heard of
Doan's Kidney Pills. I began nsing
them and it, was not long before the
backache and lameneos left mte, to
ether with the other sympto'ms of
kindey complaint. I know what Doan's
Kidney Pifls will do and I am con
vinced of their merit."~
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster- M IIburn Co., Buffalo,
Ne w York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
J. PRANK GEIGER.
MANNING, S C.
The Wood Everlasting.
Doors, Sash and Blinds
LENGTHEN THE LIFE OF YOUR BUlDING
ASK YOUR DEALER, OR
L. Wetherhorn and Son,
LARGEST MPRS SOUTH. CHAPLESTON, S. C.
FOR OVER HALF A CENTURY
The Name ALLAN Has Been
Synonymous with Everything that is Best
in the Jewelry Trade.
The same lofty ideals upon which this business was estab
lished obtain today, namely:
"No Unreliable Merchandise at Any Price."
"Trustworthy Goods atLowest Figures."
Repair Departments in charge of most skilied mechanics.
Every job guarantced. -
James Allan & Co.
Write for free Catalogue. CHARLESTON, S. C.
New 1914 Prices On.
Full Line of Ford Parts and Casinqs and
Tubes on hand.
D. C. SHAW CO.,
Sumter, S. 0.
TO THE LADIES OF CLARENDON
So beautiful are the new Fall and Winter Millineries
t'hat it will require a personal inspection to fulIly appreciate
tlemn, and it is my desire to urge you when you come to
Sumter, to visit my establishment at 126 South Main St.,
where you will be able to select from a well appomnted
establishment the best in the Millinery Line.
Are the cardinal features. We also carry everything
which goes to make up a lady's need, and we would be
pleased if you will come and make a thorough inspection
We have milliners of experience who will be ever
ready to supply your dematnds.
A cordial invitation is extended to lok at our Haits
and get our 1prices.
Miss M. C. Jacobs.
126 S. Main St, - - - Sumter.
j Why Suffer From Indigestiio ? ~
JUSf TRY A BOTTLE OF
One dose taken before or after meals will relieve any
case of INDIGESTION or DYSE PSI A.
Also surpisses in excellence any olihor Olive Oil for
$ TABLE USE. We have the Sole Aener for flis be-auti- 6
Sful foreign produet, which comes dir ct from France, and @
.g shall be delighted to show our frienids at any tone.
D ICKSON'S DRUG STORE,
Nel urea yuBemaiM aaiorCil&Fee
NeuragiaHeadaches) Cramps, Prescription No. 666 is prepared especially
Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and for MitLA RIA or C H IL S & F EV ER.
Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects Five or sx doses willbreak any case an~
Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in'i tetn te acs aoni the ever l bete ta
trenaly and externally. Price 25c. retun.1 Itd ats onoth river bicee 25<
.. ......].. 'or Tnfints and Chidre.
The Kind You Have
AN~ege table Prepartionfir&s
similatingt awlefomg- 3S h
inteStomasaow Bears th
I qlon, sour stok1&DhlhbFo
nessandLOSS OF SLEEP.
At( Os ord.
ii Fc~iilThirty Years
Esct Copy of Wrapper. a 1 TO 0
o e SMisunderstain abouit-eth eeang obes
9advertisemeutS. I lieg to call attention TO the faflowing:
* st The adver iseonet has no MLADE VALUE. Its VATJ-E is
:CASH in MONEY. 44
r 2nd. Drugs and Patent Medicines and strit', Medicinal Preparations +
" are'not included in this ad vertisement, the DIKE LINE EXCEPTED.
-3rd. Only onA advertisement can be used at-onle time.
+ 4th. At least one article at 25c. must be purchase. Small articles
agregaig 25e. are not permi.ssahle. +4 h:avetsmn.
5th.We prefer th at you PERSONALLY present the: advertisement.
+. 6r.h. Our -ohjecs is to push our SIDE LIN ES. 4
We thank you for past business and earnestly solicit a continuance of
" your valued patronaze.
ARANT'S DRUG STORE.
JlAIM11hUAA*jaijliAAMM i 1Aui LA&AAAU&AUA&AUAA1 11111MAAAUJim" -MA
I GOOD TIMES.AHEAD
With the highest prices of tobacco we most ever had,
and a good crop of cotton, and the possibilities are high
Sprices, we ought to feel good-plJenty money to pay what
Swe owe and to spare, so come see me. I have a nice clean
Sstock of goods and cheap for the cast. We- are selling now
Sfor the casb, through with credit for this year, so come and
Sspend your money with me, gods as cheap as anywhere.
SJust Received Shipment Seed Rye and Vetch for Planting.
If in need of any ste me.-We than~k you for past favors,
Iand solicit your future business.
Condense Your Hay
OOSE hay is one of the hardest things
in the world to manage. There's'
no getting around that. The wind
plays havoc with it. It slips and
slides off poorly loaded wagons. In
barn and yard much of it is wasted. It is much
too bulky to haul or ship far.
Handling hay is a problem, and right here
is the answer-in the baling. .An I H C hay
pr:ess puts your hay in convenient shape for
handling and economical feeding; no need to
build outdoor stacks exposed to all weather,
for lack of barn space. You can ship the bales
to cities and distant places where the, hay
market and prices are good. Large cities,
where storage space is costly, require hay to be
baled, and top prices are paid. Shredded corn
fodder makes a good feeding substitute for all
the hay you may ship to the city.
I H C Hay Presses ~
are the only kind you will consider in buying,
when you have made a comparison, studied
the construction, the durability, the feg'ures,
an~d the possibilities of the I H C hay presses.
You will find both styles made in three sizes,
14 x18, 16 x 18, and 17 x 22-inch bale chamber,
baling from six to sixteen tons per day.
The efficiency of the I H C features, .the
self feeder, toggle joint plunger, bale tension,
and spring roller tucker, prove their worth on
demonstration. If your choice is a motor
power press, you will have a year-round ma
chine, for the engine is always ready to do farm
jobs for you, pumping, sawing, grnng, run
ning the repair shop, electric light plant, etc.
In the horse power press, study the pull power
principle, compound leverage, and the low
step-over. It is the most efficient press sold.
Drop in on your local dealer and look over
the I H C hay press line. Get catalogues from
him, or, write the
International Harvester Company of America
Columbia S. C.
TO THE TIMES OFFICE.