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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
e & be the very best medicine I
ever used. It makes an old
man feel like a young one."
Insist on Thedford's, the,
originaland genuine. E-67
- Paint is used on houses, park setees,
:' s'lceg and faces. It comes In colors.
Red paint is used on towns by young
college men and old deacons. Fresh
l::faint Is used by children when they
e their new clothes on. Paint is
Saso used on sign boards which are
up everywhere to improve the
z-ueenery; No American /scenery Is
j e mplete without them.--Life.
How is Your Boiler?
s has been stated that a man's stom
is his boiler, his body is his engine
j t his mouth the fire box. Is your
er (stomach) in good working order
irs it so weak that it will not stand a,
load and not able to supply the
'ed enerey to your engine (booy)?
- have any trouble with your
- m~ahh -Chamberlain's Tablets will do
good. They strengthen and invig
the stomach and enable it to do
t work naturally. Many very remark
: able cures of stomach trouble have
been effected by them. For sale by all
Hawk Pro ably "Rattled."
A-awk-attacked a woman teacher
In Felinfoel council school,
Wales. The bird flew through
pen winxdow and clinging to the
a blouse was only dislodged
Afficulty when one of the male
came to the rescue. The
is nose in a cage in one of the
Don't You Believe It.
~Some say that chonic constipation
os be cured. Don't you believe it.
bit'~pberlain's Tablets have cured
rs-why not you? Give them .a
They cosmonly a quarter. For
by all dealers. adv.
Pictured Slgna'ufit Tramways.
r .stead of painting or frosting signs
* ules on glass, the Montreal Tram
company uses a process similar
that ,of the colored transfer plc
so popular with children. These
cost only three cents to five
teach and remain on the glass
any number of -washings.
kly cured by Dr. Hobson's Ec
Oitent.. C. P. Caldwell. of
Orleans, La., states: "My doctor
-me to tr 'Dr. Hobson's Ecza
ye'I usdthree boxes. of Oint
nd three cakes of Dr. Hobson's
Zems Soap. To-day I have not
ywhere on my body and can
a m cured." It will do the same
Its soothing, healing, anti
tetion will rid you of all skin
- blackheads, pimples, Eczema
Ses, 'red unsightly sores, and leave
r skin clean and healtby. Get a
~bxto-day. Guaraniteed. All Drug
-issOcor by mail. Pfeiffer Chemn
- B~INSS .SC HOO0L.
Individual training for boys
4 d girls. The course of all
~-~gish branches, Shorthand,
~ypewriting and Bookkeeping
ers unsurpassed opportunities
the youths of your county at
a very reasonable price. Board
can be obtained in town. For
, i MJ. UJRIVEY,~
Everything of the best fcr
the personal wear and adorn
ment of both sexes.
We-fill mail orders carefully
0 Charleston, S. C
Woodme~n of the WVorld.
Meets on First Monday nights at
SL ECT RIC BIL6IOsN;SS
SBITTERS m~A.N iES
Buy Your Tires Direct at Lowest Prices.
By buying and contracting direct from the factories for tires
in large quantities for spot cash, we are able to offer them at a
great money saving price direct to the consumer. A saving of 35
to60 per cent.
When you buy tires from us you get full value, you, don't
have to pay the dealer's profit, the distributor's profit, salesman's
commission and other high selling and overhead expenses. We
sell tires direct to consumer at jobbers prices and YOU GET
BIG VALUES AND EXACTLY WH AT YOU PAY FOR.
Shrewd auto owners compose our customers, among them are
bankers, merchants, lawyers, doctors, planters and men in all
lines who know values and realize the advantages of buying direct
During the past dull winter automobile months we secured
some excellent deals from the factories and now offer our pur
chases at the following prices:
Among our tires are Diamond, Goodyear, Quaker, Nassau,
Empire, Fish and others of equal quality.
All Tires Guaranteed Fully. Note These
SIZE. TIRE. GREY. RED. RELINER
28x3 $7 20 1 65 1 90 1 35'
30x3 780 1 95 2 20 1 40
30x3] 10 80 2 80 3 10 1 90
31x3+ 11 00 2 90 3 20 1 95
323S 11 90 2 95 3 25 2 00
34x3* 12 40 3 00 3 30 2 05
30x4 13 10 3-10 3 40 2 30
31x4 13 45 3 20 3 60 2 35
32x4 13 70 3 35 3 80 2 40
33x4- 14 80 3 50 3 90 2 45
34x4 16 80 3 60 400 2 60
35x4 17 25 3 75 4 20 2 70
36x4 17 85 3 90 4 25 2 80
34x4- 18 00 4 80 5 10 3 40
35x41 1875 485 520 345
86x4] 19 45 4 90 5 30 3 60
37x4+ 21 50 5 10 5 40 3 70
36x5 23 00 5 80 - 6 20 4 00
37x5 24 40 5 90 6 35 4 20
We can Furnish all other sizes--Nos-Skid io per cent. higher.
Our supply of these tires is limited, so we advise early
ordering. Remember, they are new, clean, fresh, fully guaran
teed goods. All high grade goods that will give best service. 7
TERMS, 5 PER CENT. DISCOUNT if full amount accompanies ?r
order. C. O. D. upon receipt of 10 per cent. of cost. Prompt xe<
shipment. Money returned if unable to fill order. Send us a trial
TIRE FACTORIES SALES CO..
- - - , - - Ts
Alcolu Railroad Co. -
TIME .TABLE, NO. 13.
Effective May 29th, 1911. Supersedes Time Table No. 12.
Read Down. Read Up. cl
No. 1. No. 3. No. 2. - C
P.M. P. M. A. M.
Lv 1:00 Lv. 7:50 0 Alcolu 25 Ar 7:50
" 1:05 " 7;55 2 McLeod 23 Lv. 7:45 he
4 1:10 " 8:05 5 Harby 20 " 7:40 a
" 1:2l " 8:10 7 DuRant 18 " 7:25 a
" 1,35 " 8:25 12 Sardinia 13 . " 7:05 m I
" 1:45 " 8:30 .14 New Zion 11 " 6:55 I0
" 1:55 " 8:35 15 Beard 10 ' 6:50 a di
" 2:30 " 8:50 17 Seloc 8 " 6:35 a
" 245'. " 9:05 20 Paroda Jt 5 " 6:20 m -
" 2:50 4 9:10 21 Hudson 4 ." 6:15 2
3:00 Ar. 9:30 2,5 Olanta 'O "1 6:00
No 1-daily except Saturdav and Sunday..
No. 2.-daily except Sunday.
No. 3.-Sat urday only. a:
ManAll stations except Alcola and Olanta are flag stations for te:
Sall trains. These trains run only as above stated. All mixed trains. a c
- P. R. XLDERMAN, T. Mf. E an
SAlcolu, S.C. w
THERE IS A
Our Mule Pen, Buggy Repository,
Harness and Wagon Houses are Full.
We are today doing business with
a thousand satisfied customers who
were directed to us by their fathers
Fourth Car Mules
to arrive next Monday.
A look, and our price, and goods make
you a customer-GQuess the Reason.
SRough and Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, and
Siding, Moulding,s Shingles, Lathes, Metal
And Composition Roofing, Lime, Ce
ment, Plaster Paris, Hard Wall
Plaster, Fire Brick, and Clay,
tar Colors, Shingle
Pipe, And A Full Line Of Building Material Of
All Kinds. Also Hay,'Graini Mixed Feeds
And All Kinds Of horse, Cow. lHog
And Poultryvtoods, And Remedies.
SBooth-Harby Live Stock Co., And Cen- 2
~tral Lumub r Co. - - - - Sumter, S. C @
Bright Leaf . ; 8-3-3
Carolna Perfecto 8-3-4
Special Yelow 8-4-4
Source of Potash
Source of Armonia
Blood, Tnkage, Meal
QUANTITY and QUALITY
Are made with
Combahee Fertilizer Company SOUTH CAROLINA
NORMAN H. GLITCH. President R. WILLIAM. MOtL.OY. General Maager
Valuable Real Estate
In Summerton For Sale.
The Drug Store and lQt now occupied by Dr. Leon
Fischer in Summerton, and also the Post Office building
and lot v'ill be sold at auction on Taesday February 17 at
eleven o'clock a.-m., in Summerton in front of said prop
erty. The dimensions of this preperty are 50 feet front by
203 feet back more or less, and it is situated on the Main
Street of Summerton in the best position to command
A. U. KOLLOCK,
DARLINGTON, S. C.
Stop And Think.
A minute before buying and, paying
$20.00 more for a Range of the very same
quality that we sell.a
The Great Majestic
is known throughout the Southern States
as the RANGE without an equal-Asbestos
Lined, Malable Steel-A* wonderful fuel
~hoes, you never see the vital or hid.4
, which either makes it a goo dshoe
shoe-that is why it is alwacys safe
~ioney in a pair of
Sare made by manufacturers who
r reputation on honesty of quality,
id they stand behind every pair of
the Bell Trade..Mark- making it
you to see the hidden parts.
We Have Them
e to search around for these shoes-come ight
We have selected with exceptional care, the
leathers for this season in Men's, Won;'s and
er to the foot-needs of the whole family and
wearing a pair of LONGWEAR SHOES-buy
lanning, 5. C. -
For Weakness and to of Appetite 411Rei eve Nervous Depression and Low Spirits
Only Real Proof.
'he conduct of our lives is the only
of of the sincerity in our hearts.
Brought to Civilization.
The latest addition to civilization
the Watwa tribe, people who lived
te frogs in the unknown swamps
Lake Bangweolo, Central Africa.
tes swamps were quite impregnable,
.d the people would not formerly al
w strangers to visit their haunts.
ow they have vacated the swamps,
Ld live on dry land. They have be
'me law-abiding, willingly pay their
xes, and even escort government of
;ials to their old-time homes.
Romance in Gibbon's Life.
Edward Gibbon, author of the "De
ne and Fall of the Roman Empire,"
.d his engagement with the Swiss
iss Murchod broken off by his fa
er, -mainly on account of his son's
!alth. On his return to England Gib
n wrote: "After a painful struggle
yielded to my fate: I sighed as a
ver, but I obeyed as a son." The
sappointment made Gibbon a sad
Ld sour man all his life.
Superstitions of Miners.
As a man of perilous occupation, the
ner has many superstitions. One
despread belief is that to introduce
-abbit into a mine is to court disas
, and many stories are current of
:astrophes heralded by the appear
ce of a white rabbit to the men
ao were doomed to die. He would be
bold miner, too, who'would whistle
work for whistling is a direct in-'
ation to disaster, and thotigh miners
ecleanly folk, very few ever wash
Ssmall of their back, lest the root
ould fall on them.
Owe Word to Saint
['o St. Etheldreda we owe the word
.wdry." The saint knew no such
rd, but the origin of it is .clear
>ugh. For St. Etheldreda was pop
rly known as St. Audry, and at St.
dry's fair were sold St. Audrey
~es, which in process of time became
pped into "tawdry laces." .Finally
Snew adjiective was applied to any
ery of similar grade. The part
yed by the "t" in "saint" is exactly
t which has given us Tooley street
im St. Olaf.--London Chronicle.
--N buying a
or a poor
~nyest your r
have built thei
style and fit, a
You don't hav
here and get them!
very best styles and
Children's. We cat
want to see YOU
them on our say-sol
Tlo Prevent Blood Poisoi1ng
ly at once the wonderfui old reliable DR.
TR'S ANT1sEPTIC HEALING OIL, a suir
al dressing that relieves pai nd ha at
Marry and Get Used to !t.
A young lady of my acquaintance
gets extremely angry at times. She
will ti:ow knives or anything she can
get her hands on. She jumps, kicks
and slams things at a terrific rate.
What can be done?--Query in Chicago
Where Nebraska Leads.
Though Nebraska has been termed
"the state without a mine' it ranks
first in the production of pumice, for
less than one per cent. of the total out
put of pumice com-' from other states.
A West Virginia schoolma'am has
installed a small isolated plant in an
anteroom of the schoolhouse. It is
necessarily a heating plant because
it is an electric "spanker." This en
gine delivers 5 s. b. p. s. (5 sharp
blows per second). The lady engi
neer says that while the run is short
It is long en efficiency. Central sta
tions might adopt the "spanker," says
Power, as a means of building up a
Owns a Cat With a Long "Recipe."
One of the officers 'bf the Cat club
heard tha' an east side woman has
an exceptionally valuable cat which
might be exhibited at the forthcoming
cat show, and called her on the tele
phone to inquire .bout it. "Yes, he's
a valuable cat," the woman replied.
"We wouldn't take $200 for him. We
paid $50 for him when he was a lit
tle kitten, and he's got a long recipe."
-Kansas City Star.
New Jersey's Products.
New Jersey is the only state of any
importance as a mineral -producer in
which the utilization 'of the clay re
sources constitutes the chief in'dustry
and repret" uts over fifty per cent. of
the total (itput of the state. The clay
products of the state have included
every variety of brick and tile and ev
ery variety of pottery produced in the
United States, as classified by the fed
Question Cleared Up.
Manning Readers Can no Longer . Dotbt
Again and again we have read of
strangers in distant towns who have
been cured by this or that medicine.
But Manning's pertinent question has
always been "Has anyone here in Man
ning been cured?" The word pf a
stranger living a hundred miles away
may be true, but it cannot have the
same weight with us as the word of our
own citizens, whom we know and re
spect, at l whose evidence we can so
James E. Reardon, Manning, S. C.,
says: "Some years ago I used Doan's
Kiiney Pills, procured from Dr. W. E.
Brown & Co's Drug Store, (now the
Dickson Drug Co.) and I found them to
be a valuable kidney medicine. They
brought me prompt and lasting relief
from backache and pains across my
loins and did me a world of good."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remembe,r the name-Doan's-and
take iao other.
Bemoaning His' Youth.
Fontenelle, when nearly a hundred
years old, stumbled when trying to
pick up the fan of a young and pret
ty lady, says the Pall Mall Gazette.
While she helped him to reach it,
"Ah!" he crIed, "If only I was eighty
Change Always Going On.
Change is inevitable In a progres
ive courntry. Change is constant.
Adversity the Lesser Evl.
For one man who can stand pros
p erity there are a hindred who can
itrodi ed.j Imitators
have, tried to imitate,
been attempted. But1
once GOWANS always
Gowans for inflammation
It gives usj.>1ea'sure' to recom
mend 'Giowans Prepairation for
Inflammation, especinll|y of the
throat and chest, We have sold
Gowazns Preparation for many
years and never ha2d a complaint.
*"BURLIN'G TON DRLG CO.,
Burlington, . C.
BUY TO-DAY! HAVE IT IN THE HOME
All Druggists. S1. SOc. 25c.
GOWAN MEDICAL CO., '
Cuaranteed, and money refunded by your Druggist
Have Exterminated f7osquitoes.
In Livingstone, the 'capital of the
African territory of that name, the
mosquito problem has been practically
solved. A ceaseless war has been
waged against these Insects, wIth the
result that they are now scarcely ever
Raised Brand New Point of Law.
A man appeared at the courthouse
in Manhattan the other day and, not
finding the county attorney in, said
to the under sheriff: "WVell, maybe you
can tell me what I want to know. If
a man duns you for a debt on Sunday,
Isn't the debt paid?"-Kansas City
Dr. Alldredge, Regency. Texas, writes:
"It is the leading blood purifier."
Dr. whitehead, Metcalfe, Ga., prescribes
it. and with P. P. P. completely cured J.
H1. l)avidlson. who had suffered fiteen
yeza' with blood poison and sores.
s7 WILL HELP YOU, TOO
7..V.LIPM AN. SA\
Quickly Yielded To Lydia E.
Baltimore, Md. - "I am mores than
glad to tell what Lydia E. Pinkham's
-- pound did for me.
I suffered dreadful'
pains and was very
irregular. I became
Lydia E. Pinkham's
-.pound. I took it rg
ularly until I was
1 -, without a cramp or
pain and felt like
another person, and
it has now been six months since I took
any medicine at all. I hope my little
note will assist you in helping other wo
men. I now feel perfectly well and in
the best of health." - Mrs. AUGUsT
W. KoNDNER, 1632 Hollins Street, Bal
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, made from native roots and
herbs, contains no narcotic or harmful
drugs, and to-day holds the record of
being the most successful remedy for
female ills we know of, and thousands
of voluntary testimo:.:.'- r file in the
Pinkham laboratory -. -,ynn, Mass.,
seem to prove this fact.
For thirty years ifh.z been the stand
ard remedy for female ills, and has re
stored the healthof thousands of women
who have been troubled with such ail
ments as displacements, inflammation,
ulceration, tumors, irregularities, etc.
If you want special advice
write to Lydia E. Pinkham Med
icine Co., (confidential) Lynn,
Mass. Your letter will be opened,
read and answered by a woman
and held in strict confidence.
in any style, and served
right now-No;waiting. We
keep nothing but the best
of everything. If it's some
thing good to eat, someth
ing that will tickle the
palate, come in and let us
Courteous treatment guar
anteed to all.
Yours to please,
JACK METROPOL, Propr.
"Are there any sweeter words in the
English language," musingly inquired
Professor Swiggs, "than 'I love you "
"Well," grimly remiarked the pessimis
tic hearer, "I understand that some
authorities regard 'There's that money
I owe youa,' as about the epitome of
Out of sorts, depressed. pain in the
back-Electric Bitters renews your
health aod strength. A guaranteed
Liver and Kidney remedy. Money
back if not satisfied. It completely
cured Robert Madsen. -West Bur
lington, Iowa, who suffered from viru
lent liver trouble for eight months
A fter four d oct ors c-ave him up, be took
Electric Bitters and is now a well man
Get a bottle to-day; it will do the same
for you. Keep in the house for all lhv
er and kidney complains. Perfectly
safe and derendable. Its results will
surprise vou. 50c. and $1.00. H. E.
Bucklen'& Co. Philadelphia or St.
Timber ..rried by Tornado.
A tornado transported timber a dis
tance of about six miles in Wales, re
cently. The timber and other debris
were found by a Iarmer, on top of a
mountain In Brecknoc-kshire, where it
must have been carried- by the severe
storm that swept through the country
a short time ago.
TO GET RID OF MOSQUITOES
Yos can Sleep. Fish. Hunt or attend to any work
of*>osquitoes. sarnd-is. Gnatsr rothe rinsect
by appyn otheface, aG )ndhds, D.
Recognized the Burden.
"No wonder them city people coma
plain about bein' all worn out with
their social duties," vouchsahd a
prominent citizen .of Wayoverbehind.
"When I was down ~to New York I
durn near unj'inted my neck tryin' to
bow to everybody I met on the
streets."-Magazine of Fun.
Because it Purifies
"REMEDY-P. P. P.
Rabbi solomon, of the savannah Con
hoe, but o onfes ht P. P.wasf
a real benefit."
AT ALL DRUCCISTS$.oo