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. corset in. the inariet.
pHE most decided fe,
I as late as a single yea
ildfs accurate saienific v
'Che scientifically d
Bv sheer excellenc4
Mrs. Jay McGee, of Step
enville. Texas, writes: *"For
nine (9) years, I suffered with
wonanly trouble. I had ter
rible headaches. and pains in.
my bacl, etc. it seemed as if
- I would die, I suffered so.- At
last, I dedid to try.Ord,
i the woman's tonic, and it
helped me. raht away.. The
full treatment npichuIxelped
e, but it cured ie."
As Niffi omn'sTonic
CadWi helpp women in time
of gatert need, because ft
c ntains ingredints which act
specih~caly, yet gently, on the
Iweakebed avoinanly organs.
--. 4,i ygu fed discouraged,
blu, ot-o-sots.unable to
do y ourh ehold work, on
- .acccort d your condition, stop
wd~cryzng and give Cardui a
'here is no life ~so'humble that if i
be- true and genuinaely human and
obedient to 'God, it may not hope .ta
shed some of -his light.-Phlpag
The.'Mischief Quartette" auf It's Work
Esch-vear the month of Januar:
numnbers its list of victims from in
flue'nza, la grippe, b'onchtis and pneu
mnonie., The pronpt-use of Foley'
Honev and Tar Conwoeund will.-checl
the onset of a cold acd stop a cough
preventing~ the development to mnor
*serious cooitious:. Keep'.jt on hand
For sale by all desters everywhere, ad
Mian g-'he ritics' say thgt' 1
the play 'A Wronged Wia'' you do no
exhhbt _ noigh' einotion' when~ foir
husband leaves you, never to-return.'
BogalarActres-"Oh, I dont, don't I
Well, I've had two or three husbandi
leave me, never to return, and I guesn
I know as much about how to act ii
those sircumstances as anybody."
His Stomach Troubles Over.
Mir. dyspeptic, would you.not liket
feel that your stomach troubles wer
over, that you could eat any kind o
*food you desired without injury? Tha
may seem so unlikely to you that you d
not ey.ens hope for.an ending of you
trouble, out permit us to assure yo
that it is.not altogether impossible..]
others can be cured permanently, an
thousands have been, why not yot
John R. Barker, of Battle Creel
Alich , is one of them. He says, :'I wi
troubled with heartburn. . indigestioi
and liver complaint until I used Chan
berlain's Tablets, then ny trouble wi
over." Sold by all dealers. adv.
~ttleT fellow's' ntghtie, zero. uae
,For fully 15 minutes there was a dea
hilnce. in -tleedroom, and then ti
mather heard.Ered loudly ca11tng oli
-'Mmma, who- goes on' nierli to noti
A Difference In Working Hours.
A man's working day is 8~hours. E~
-body organs i;nust work perfectly
*hours to keep him fit ior 8 hours wor
Weak. sore, idiactive kidneys can c
. do it. They must be sound and healt
ily active all the time. Fotey's Kido
Pills will make them so. You caarn
take them into your system witho
good resuilts following. For sale by
dealers everywhere. ad v.
Revised by a Parvenue.
Children rusn in where climbe:
tear to tread.-Judge.
For Tnfants and Children
. InUs For Over 30Yearf
duces deep breathing. This itself
svpports the organs instead of prel
a;pports the back and contributes a
tures of the new Spring lines of co
ago, would have gazed at in aston
,erk' toproduce- a large waisted cors
igned front lace corset has first of
algorgans, but gies an ease and c<
of design the desired flatness is ob
Few things are more delightful than
a holfday which has been well-earned
by conscientious, earnest work, brave
ly done throughout the year. A com
plete- change in surroundings, inter
ests and occupations should be part
of a beneficial holiday. 7 -sting does
not mean-Idleness or cessation from
activities or companionship.
There are so many musical lumi
'neries of the name of Strauss-iving,
'dead and znoribund-that it is- small
wonder that the Frohman announce
ment of a new Strauss operetta creat
Qd confused inferences. The operetta
bought by Mr.-Frohman is by Oscar
.Strauss-the Austrian composer of
"The Waltz Dream," and "The Choco
late Soldier-'who, now in his fort
third year, is composing as brilliantly
and as copiously as ever.
Hongkong's Tobacco Trade.
The Import tobacco trade into Hong
kong consists almost entirely of seo
Od-rate to waste tobacco, chiefly of
.Aller from the Philippines which has
been discarded for the fine trade by
the great Philippine factorics, and of
wrapper from Sumatra discarded by
the high-grade trade, and various to
baccos from Java, India and the Malay
states which are not suitable for the
fine trade anywhere.
Poor' Kind of Sport.
]Rgesrs is a bit of a sportsnan,
~iss' - a Asw one he Is."
Thenneerwe let ourselves be
smeg-the more there Is to jest about.
.Colds To Be Taken Seriously.
Intelligent people realize that comn-1
mon colds should be treated promptly.
If there is sneezing and chillness withb
hoarseness, tickling throat and cough
ing, begin promptly the use of Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound. I.t is ef
fective, pleasant to take, checks a cold I
and stops the cough which causes loss
of sleep and lowers the vijtl resistance.
For sale by all dealers everywhere
-Not Quite Blind.
--Love may be blind. But you never
s aiya bride *rho couldn't tell orange
%ooms from sunflowers.-CnclinnatI
- Chronic Constipation Cured.
'Five years ago I had the worst case
of chronic constipation I ever knew of,
anad Chamberlain's Tablets cured me.
~writes S. F. Fish. Brooklyn, Mich.
For~ sale by all dealers. adv.
Character Told by the Feet.
The person who lacks firmness of
character, directness of purpose and
the potentiality which compels suc
cess Is revealed in him who sits with
ione foot brought closely up to the
>other at the back and with the knees
iof both limbs bent. On the other
hand, the individual' who sits with
the feet firmly set on the ground
and apart two or three feet can be
trusted to be one capable of transact
s ing a matter to a successful Issue,
, through no luck but downright energ
-and capability of character.
HelP The Kid neys.
- e ILearning The Way.
* ney ills
or aching back
* rinary disorders
Sdropsy and Brigh t's
. a - -ys are weak,
dHelp them with Doan.s Kidney Pills,
eA remedy especially for weak kid
-, Doan's have been used in kidney
troubles for 50 years.
Endorsed by 30,000 people-endorsed
Proof in a Manning citizen's state
sMbrs. H. P. Jenkinson, Church St.,
4 Maning, SC.,says: "I gladly recom
from personal experience they are a
remedy of merit. I was annoyed by
kidney complaint and had pains
through the small of my back. Doan's
lKidney Pills helped me wonderfully,
not only releiving the misery in myv
back, but streng thening my k idneys.
You may use my testimonial at any
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
s cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffale,
New York, sole agents for the United
SRemember the namne-Doan's-and
take no other.
Just See How It Works.
S Try being as polite to those with
whom you are intimately associated
Ias to casual acquaintances. You will
means more to the physical womn
;s ing them down. A result not ob
rsets are the flat 'back. the low bu
:shment, and would bevo r' used
et. one that will not "rdo.
all sufficient room for the diaphr,
)fort that is appreciated.
tained in the MODART without
Women And Wet Feet
Cold and wet feet are a dangerous
omnuination especially to women. and
onuested kidneys often result. Back
che. urinary irregularities and rheu
natic fevers are not unusal results. Fo
ev's Kidney Pills restore the regular
nd normal action (f kidneys and blad.
er and remove the cause of the troub
e. Contain no habit forming drugs.
Do you bsein to cough at night., just
wbeu you ope to sleep? Do you have
L tickling t roat that keep'syou awake?
Tust take Fuley's Honey and Tar Com
ound. It will check the cough and
top the ticklin- .sensation at once
)oes not upset the stomach, is best for
hildren and grown persocs.
SNEFFELS, COL. A. J. Walsh was
adly aone up with rheumatism and
sent for Folev's Kidney Pills which was
he ou!v thing that would cure him.
3eo. Potter of Pontiac, Mo., was down
>n his back with kidney and bladder
;rouble and Foley Kidney Pills made
iin well and able th work. It is splend
d medicine and always helps. Just try
t. For sale by all dealers everwhere.
"Miss De Pepper is one of the hot
test dressers I know of." "She ought
to be, she buys her clothes at fro
Best Cough Medicine for Children.
"I am very glad to say a few words
in praise of Chamberlain's Cough Rem
ady" writes Mrs. Lida Dewey. Milwau
kee. Wis. "I have used it. for years
both for my children and myself and~it
sever fails to relieve and cure a cough
yr cold. No family with children
;hould be without it as it .gives almost .
hmediate relief in cases of croup."
Chamberlain's'Cough Remedy is pleas
tot and safe to take. which is of great
[mportance when a medicine must be
riven to young children. For sale by
The woman who is looking for trou
ale never has any timre left in which
o qearch for pleasure.
Linguistic Telephone Operators.
Telephone operators in Egypt are
equred to speak English, French,
tala. Greek and Arabic.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Tbis remedy has no superior for
coughs and colds. It is pleasant to
take. It contains no opium or other
narcotic. It always cure. For sale byI
all dealers. adv.
Mr. Gladstone once denounced cer
tain members of the -Opposition as
"a lot of truckling attorneys," a phrase
which caused some indignation. On
the following day he said: "I recent
ly described some members as 'truck
ling attorneys.' I now wish to apolo
gize"-some appleuse from the ag
grieved parties interrupted him-"I
now wish to apologize-to the attor'
This is a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Five or six doses will break any case, and
if taken ther as a tonic the Fever will not
return. It acts on the liver better than
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25c
is the B
Ln than many dvllars spent
bainable from any back lace
s. the Iong skirt and slender, yc
to even coIsi-, but the enlargil
tgni. The WODART Corset ha$a
the use of heav.y steels, thus pro<
Living Insects as Ornaments.
In South America and Central
America several species of living in
;ecto are worn as ornaments. A bee
le fou-nd in the crevices of old walls
s worn by the girls to ward off evil
Questions Without Answers.
"Declare to goodness, ma'am," said
the elevator man in the Woolworth
building, "you've- hardly any idea of
the questions people can ask. One
man looked in here tho other day and
asked me how many windows -this
building had in it. Anbther one, nice
looking old man he was, says td *me
the other day, he -says: 'Who ie Mr'
Woolworth going to leave this luildinkg
to when he dies?"
Singer'a Marvelous Memory.
It Is said that Herr .Std$
learned the entire .art -6f.lie"'
derer" in "Siegfried" in six hours;
and on one occasion when Eiirr
Krauss, who was to have taken the
leading role- in Xaver Scharwenka's
"Mataswinka," was suddenly.tak eiju,
Stehmiann, who had bever.befoe
the part, mastered it. completely;
tween the afternoon rehearsal and
the evening performance, that in both
words and music he was absolutely
Royal Origin of "Blackguard."
The board of green cloth is respon
sible for Inventing "blackguard," a
word that has altered in original
aa t eti- bf i'epfcb o ~ te'
to the lowly but honorkbletoecupation
of carrying coal in'the'king's palace.
Can you find any other bad word 'iu4
the English language that can. boast
of such a royal orign?-Lonn
.Saving the Public Streets.
According to an excellent custoz~
in Glasgow, before any street is pay-.
ed or repaved all city departments'
that may be likely to open the street
are communicated with so as to giv~e4~
them an opportunity to examine
their pipes or make necessary repairs,
alterationst or renewals before 'tif
paving Is laid...
IA COLD Cf
A BSOL UT El.Y
SIf you want to et rid of
Sjust purchase twelve of o'ur
us. If taken as directed and.
$ glad1ig refund your money.
meanings to t]
e You Will Evt
St.. Cli l
froin-day to day-meeting. a two
Fifth-MODART means I
your anstricted approval, since
Sixth-MODART is gnar
utlhful lines. Even in the larger si:
ur of the waist line is bringing he
vays.celle.d in this unportant p
hing.tie f at back effect-without
- This per'doOsr dot puff medicine
advertisements. But we want. to say
.hat we have inquired. at-out Gowans, +
Kizng of Externals, for _co!ds and as a
peventative for Pneumooia, and 4
housands of testimonials, principal 4
0 nzr whifh is-one from ex~Governor,
M-B Gleen,- of North CaroliDa. and 4
they all sing loudly the praises of Gow- 4
Es. See. the advertise men r, elsewhere
today and try a bottle of tbis wonder
ful remedy. The G:)wan Medical Co.,
uaianes-U and your money refunded 4
if Gowans does nor do all claimed for 4
it. adv. 4
Proper Fo'ctaing of Binoculars.
6. I ing binocuiarg.':he tubes~'
W Ve'extended to their-limit be
foepeaing to the eyes.and.then ad
, kr- if extended, afterward, an
P1 . i rve 'strain is caused that
on.Tmei isiltsh seronly wayh
na an-v money.
9011 -*l -d7 010
y,~oin awbil oity. fr
heyal lyo c ure ywl
set for i
)e easily readjusted to the comfc
in-one-need-for the Maternity
Zevision of all old-fashioned coni
in it all past Corset Imperfectior
inteed to outwear other corsets,
ses the straight lines are maintai
alth and comfort to corset wearE
irticular, and when laced accord
acrificing flexibility. We invite
Urges its customers to - think of
devoting a portion of their lands
and time next year to the
TOBACCO AND TRUCKING
Thp price of TOBACCO
at Maining Warehouses, at their +
-ecent opening, is all the argu
ment needed on the TOBACCO
1 qeestion. -
We will endeavor soon to give *
vou the experience of one man
on four acres of POTATOES.
The Peoples Bank
N otice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
orCarno cony o1 he k9 day
or Letters of Discharge as Administra
i, with the Will annexed, of the
~state of John P. Graham., decad
Davis Statton, S. ., Dec. 27, 1913.
BUSINESS. SC HOk
];nTdT Vadning for boys
uni .gii-ls. The course -of a41
E~ngish branches, Shorthand,
rypewriting and Bookkeepiing
getn unsurpassed opportunities
ao Ie youthe-of your eounty at
a very reasonable price. Board
saa e obtained in town. For
J. M. JERVEY,
Greelyville, S. C.
Dr. King's New LifePiIus
The best In the world.
* ~N buyin
or a p<
o 5invest you1
have built ti
style and fit,
* You don't 1
here7and get ther
very best styles a
Swant to see YC
>rt of the wearer according to variation of physical feelings
and Normal figure.
litions, tested and proven unsatisfactory. This alone merits
i are overcome.
if properly used. An appeal to the economically inclined.
ned with an easy waistline that the average woman: even
rs and trouble to the rule of the thumb designer. It
ing to instructions.does not cnstrict the diaphragm, the
Fou for a fitting.
SUMTER, S. C4
The Connmial ad Savings Ban
OF SUMTER, S. C.
Opened for Basiness on SaturdaydNbvem
ber First, at 9 A. M. at 45 Main Street.*
C=We cordially invite both your Commercial and Savings Bank.nD
Business. We propose uneeasing diligenc and the- most libera
treatment, consistent withsound and progressive banking.
S. M. Pieron, 0.3. Leion, A. L Lesesne.
Henry P. Moses. J. K. CrossweU, J -Z. Hearon,
J. Clinton Brogdon, P. M. Brown, R. Doziere,
P. M . Parrott) S. Ir. Myers T. S. Jenkins,
N. H. F6rrester, R. A. Bradham, - I. A. Burgess.
S. N. Gillsispe, J. M. Chandler, H. L. Tisdale.
A. L LESESNE, PRESIDENT. J. K. CROSSWELL, V-Pres.
R A. BRADHAM, CASHIER.
Stop And Think.
A minute before .buying and paying
$20.00 more for a Ran of the very same
quality that we soil.
The Great MajesticI
is known throughout the Southern .States
as the RANGE without an equal-Asbestos
Lined. Matable Steel-A wonderful fuel
Come in and see
Sshoes, you never iee the vital or hid.
rts, which either makes it a good shoe
>or shoe-that is why it is always safe
r money in apair of
LONG WEAR SHOESY
1ey are made by manufacturers who
ieir reputation on honesty of quality,
and they stand behind every pair of
g the Bell Trade- Mark- making it
or you to see the hidden parts.<
We Have Them.
have to search around for these shoes-come right
n 1 We have selected with exceptional care, the
nd leathers for this season in Men's, Women's and
cater to the foot-needs of the whole family and
U wearing a pair of LONGWEAR SHOES-buy
llanning, 5. C.