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S-Cent Tin, the Full-Si,
Tin Humidors a~nI
Wanted More information.
"What do you understand by 'edible
bzgi? " "It has somethin' to do with
puahrooms an' toadstools;" replied Fa
the Corntossel. "But whether it's
What you swaller or what happens to
you afterward I wouldn't like to say
"without writin' to the department."%
- Bacilli and Relations.
Mrs. Baye-"She is simply mad on
te subject of germs, and sterilizes or
thlers everything In the house." Vis
Ror-"How does she get along with
er family?" Mrs. Baye-"Oh, even
her relations are strained.
Filling a Fountain Pen.
When filting a fountain pen, to pro
Went annoyance from air bubbles, use
nrow, tapering pieces of blotting pa
pter, cut small enough to reach easily
the barrel of the pen. When
touched with one of these blotter
points the bujbles disappear and oth
us do not form.
The Danger After Grip
'jis often in a run-down system. Weak
*bSes, nervousness, lack of appetite, en
rgy and ambition, with disordered
Ever and kidneys often follow an at
tack of this wretched disease The
greatest need then is Electric Bitters,
the glorious tonic, blood purifier and
regulator of stomach, liver and kid
usys. Thousands have proved that
thej wonderfully strengthen the
nerves, build up the system and restore
to health and good spirits after an at
tack of Grip. If suffering, try them.
Only 50 cents. Sold and perfect satis
hetlon guaranteed by all druggists.
Saved by Bursting Bottl.
*The bursting of a bottle of soda wa
Ws saved by the faily of Mr. J.0G.
* Oat, who reside in Sulver street,
ClObester,'nland, from death by
.*ka. A loud report~awoke the occu
~ants of the house in the early hours
et the other morning. There was
'uoke in their rooms, and a search
-eveuled the fact that an oaken beam
nath a bedroom floor was on fire.
The sodawater bottle which acted as
* Ske alarm had been placed on a shelf
ear the beam, and had exploded when
Aj became hot.
Alnost A Miracle.
One of the most startling changes
ever seen in any man, according to W.
B. Holsclaw, Clarendon, Tem was ef
eted years ago in his brother. ."He
had such a dreadful cough," he writes,
stat all our family thought he was
going into consumption, but he began
to use Dr. King's New Discovery, and
was comple'telv cured by ten bottles.
.Nw he Is mound and well and weighs
218 pounds. For many years our famn
I as used this wonderful remedy for
* ogsand Colds with excelleat re
salts" Tt's quick, safe, reliable and
gflrateed. Price 50 cents and $1.00.
Trial bottle at all druggists.-AdV -
Swiss Rainbow After Sunset.
A French astronomer recently had
to unusual experience of beholding
rainbow in the Swiss Alps after
anset. It spanned a valley between
two mountains to the eastward, comn
I ete and brilliant, 23 minutes after
the astronamical sunset, and portions
e it were visible for a half hour.
Straight at It.
There is no use of orr "beating
aund the bush" We might as well
out with it first at last. We want you
to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
the nettime you have a cough or
cold. There is no reason so far as we
can see why you should not do so. This
prpration by its remarkable cures
bagained a 'world wide reputation.
*and neople everywhere speak of it in
th highest terms of praise. It is for
sale by all dealers.-Adv.
Sometimes it seems as If every per
son who was lacking in initiative, spe
efal ability or industry desIred to be
either a writer, an actor or an artist.
The mret agreeable way for a lazy
Sperson to make a. living is to express
-his own opinions, emotions and im
Give Comfort to Stout Persons.
A good wholesome cathartic that has
a stimulating effect on the~ stomach,
liver and bowels is Foley Carthartic
Tablets. Theroughly cleansing in ac
tion. they keep you regular with oc
griping and no unpleasant after effects.
They remove that gassy distended feel
tn so uncomfortable to stout persons
SFor sale by all dealers every
their place you fil
Freshness - Mildness
ian I imagined tobac
3 are saying it. You m
Packages: The Handy Half
e I-Cent Tin,.the Pound and Half-Pol
ound Glass Humidor
ForrPipe and Ciga
P. zL'itrd' Co. st
Flea Not Afraid of Water.
Relatively speaking, some fleas are
more cruelly armed than the lobster
and as strong to resist pressure as the
tortoise. One of the rarest specimens
in the collection is a flea of the white
seal. The seal was brought home bY
a sea-faring man, who was asked to
preserve it along with any parasites
which might be found attached to it.
In this way a new flea not averse to
water was discovered.
Apropos of a railroad property thatI
had been sold at a ruinously hgt
price, a statistician said: "It takes
two to make a bargain. but only one
of them gets It."
Foley Kldey Pils Saccessful for Rheu
tism ad Kidney Trouble.
Positive in action for backache,
weak back, rheumatism, kidney and
bladder troubles. P. J. Boyd, Ogle,
Texas, writes: "After taking two bot
tles of Foley Kidney Pills, my rheuma
tism and kidney trouble are completely
gone." Safe and effective. For sale
by all dealers everywhere.--AdV.
To the Middle-Aged.
Say to yourself that you are enter
ig upon the autumn'of your life; that
the graces of spring and the splendors
of summer are irrevocably gone, but
that autumn weather is often dark
ened by rain, cloud and mist, but the
air is still soft, and the sun still de
lights the eyes, and touches the yel
lowing leaves, caressingly; It is the
time for fruIt, for harvest, for thevin
tage, the moment for making pro
vision for the wlnter.-Amiel's Jouz
Children's Siseases Very Prevalent.
Whooping cough is about every
where. Measles and scarlet fever al
most as bad. Use Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound for inflamed throats
and coughing. Mrs. r. C. Hostler,
Grand Island, Nebr. says: "My three
children had severe attacks of whoop
ing cough, and a very few doses of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar gave great relief."
For sale by all dealers everywhere.
Why 6he Felt Safe.
A little southern gi.rl who had had a
quarrel with her sister was very angry
and was vowing all sorts of vengeance.
Her aunt said to her: "You must not
feel that way. Remember, the Bible
says, 'Vengeance is mine and I will
repay, saith the Lord.'" The child
studied a moment, and then said:
"Yes, but you know, auntie, God's a
gentleman, and he couldn't do any
thing to a lady!"
Put End to Bad Habit.
Things never look bright to one
with "the blues." Tc~n to one the
trouble is a sluggish liver, filling the
system with bilious poision, that Dr.
Kinr's New Life Pills would expel.
Try them. Let the joy of better feel
ings end "the blues." Bestfor stom
ach, liver and kidneys. Soc. at all
In some English dialects "pobble or
popple" (for It is variously spelt and
pronounced), seems to mean a large
pebble (A.S. papol). The same word
survives today among sea-faring men.
who talk of a "popply" sea, maning a
"choppy sea'"-ne the surface of
which is agitated with innumerable
"lumpy" waves. On the other hand,
there Is an old English' word "popple"
maning "poplar," which is In use to
day in some parts of Canada. Evident
ly the .word as It stands is of consid
erable interest, and of double derive
tion and meaning.
IIt Looks Like a Crime
to separate a bov from a box of Buck
len's Arnica Salve. His pimples, boils
scratches, knocks, sprains and bruises
demand it, and its quick relief for
burns, scalds, or cuts is his right.
Kee it haudy for boys, also girls.
Heals everything heable and does it
quick. Unequaled for piles. Only 25
cents at all druggists.--A dv.
Economy ln the Home.
In keeping house it is quite as neo
essary to watch the outgoing as the
Iincoming. Not the tiniest scrap of
food need be wasted as long as It i
good. It Is wonderful what a nice pot
of drippings can be kept on hand if
all fat is taken care of. Sauces, too,
can be often utilized in making over
dishes, to give flavor or zest wheti
lacking, as well as an addition to thb!
FR """" 'tu
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LIPPMAN'S GREAT REMEDY-P.P.Ps
It and ith P?. P. P. comp3* b Aue J. Ido*3. I tusk y. Ima few
L. Aa.sm wb: bad seneMmet , Og=t SIP. P.
IT.WILL HELP YOU, TOO-AT ALL DRUGOISTS-$l.SS
F. V. LIPPMAN, SAVANNAH, CEORCIA
SYour Spring Needs j
We Have The Goods For You
Porch Rockers, Swings, and Lawn Goods. Ws i
Shave trhe Celebrated White~' Mountain -Refrigerators 3
Sand Freezers; Coolers, Side Walk Sulkeys, Go-Carts, -
SHoosier Kitchen Cabinets' Oil Stoves, Screen Door'and g
SWindows, Ranges and Stoves. In fact, we have the a
Smost complete stock of
evei- opened in Sumter. Drop in to see us when you
Scome to Sumter. Cash or Credit. "The Store Accom- 3
U. f.lSHELE Ml.
iFrost of the Postoffice, Sumster ,5, C.
Asthr hs eNosudrtanicgaote meaning of the..
advertisements. I beg to calla atention totbefolowing: VUEi
1s.Teadvertisement has no TRADE VALUE. IsVDEi
2n.Drugs adPatent Medicines and strictly Medicinal Preparations
I ae nt ncldedinthis advertisement, the DIKE LINE EXCEPTED.
+ 3rd Onl oneadvertisement can. be used at one time.
j 4t. Atleas onearticle at 25c. must be purchased. Small articles+
th. e prat ayou PERSONALLY present the advertisement.
6t.Orojc sto push our SIDE LINES.?
* &e tankyouforpast business and earnestly solicit, a continuance of
i Building Material. I~
Rough 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 *
SPipe, And A Full Line Of Building Material Of
All Kinds. Also Hay; Giraiu Mixed Feeds
And All Kinds Of Horse, Cow, Hog
And PoultryFoods, And Remedies
Bootlh-Shiuler Lumbelir & Supply Co.
I ~ Successors ToI
IBooth-Harby Live Stock Co., And Cen
tral Lumber Co. - - - - Sumter, S. C
TheIHC LOOK for
KAg rect, efficient,
Rak. Stackus antee of first
Lean ing of parts wher
CORK ""MCDS of parts where oc
plaitn, Piars qualities and pr<
Bhdr., culivators tation of manU
csIa ., S"& service. Satisfie
TI-LAGE tials in Internati(
P esta - 6 International s
Ures that grew c
GENERAL. LM the steel construl
il a f G s mechanism; the
Nm tvd'" entials in rear 1:
s u turning corners;
Farm WaIs easily-loaded bo;
Gisia . hhigh and low, an
.odJ Crbie illustrated catalc
will tell you whe
.Merely a Supply City.
The raisig of chickens and the pro
Atlfon of eggs are things apart to the
farmers in the Basel consular district.
While Basel is one of the principal
supply cities of' Europe for poultry
and eggs, only a smafl- percentage Is
.ctually produced In he Basel distic
or In Switzerland. -
S- Spring Ti1
on we want the ]
Oil Cook Stov
S The Stove needed for w
more of these Stoves the la~
firm in the State.
*-.We want our Farmer fri
One and Two-Hors
And a great maniy other thir
POW IDN EAR
M cnGA .ec
Coum us GA.
Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Curs.)
*he rertess omtt" o ogsa".nd:**E "ig
the following points in the
preader you buy: i. Cor
well-tested design. 2. Guar
lass materials. 3. Reinforc
1 strains usually come. 4. Strengh
cMional strains come. &Wern
tection of driving parts. 6. Rep
acturer, insuring efficient repai
I American farmers findthesesen
oal manure spreaders
readem have, besides, many feat
ut of -long field experience. Study
tion in frame, wbeels, and driving
easilyremovable beater; th. diffeV
es, lnsaftnu even Opading while
the reversib a worm and gear; low,
; and many others. an izs
readers are of all styles and sizes,
Iless and reverse apron. Write for
gues and when w send them we
,e you may see the spreaders.
I Comgnysf America
raeD -A - a
Prefer Fresh Figs.
In southern France the fig tree Is
now cultivated almost exclusively for
the production of the fresh fruit,
which has always a ready sale In the
large centers. The drying of Ags has
been practically abandoned In this re
gion, except for the personal. require
ments of a small number of growe.
adies to come in
s and Bakers.
rm weather. We have sold
it year tlhan any other retail
ends to see our
a Plows, Subsoilers,
gs which go to make farming
\ .F. .Nl
S. lloyster uano o, \
I have been using your good
find it is all 0. K. This year:
1-84 on half an acre and made
hich brought me $219.96, ci
nds on one acre which brougli
am well pleased with yot
>mend it as a high grade feri
* - O LK,Vi
The Best Hot Weather Tonic
It 14 the duty of those serving
the people in publie place to
closely limit public expenditures
to the actual needs of the gov
ernment economically adminis
tered, because this bounds the
right'of the government to exact
tribute fgm the earnings of la
bor or the property of the citi
zen. sad because public extrav
agance begets extravagance
among the people. We should
never be ashamed of the sim
plicity and prudential economies
which are best suited to the op
eration of a republican form of
government and most compati
ble. with the mission of the
American people. Those who
are pelected for a limited time to
manage public affairs are. still
of the people and may do much
by their example to encourage,
consistently with the dignity of
their offidal functions, that plain
way of life which among their
fellow citizens aids integrity and
promotes thrift and prosperity.
The nightingale our ears would
The lark sings In the glen,
But - there's more music these
be cackle of the hen.
Birds sounds are pleasant to the
Could one wish better luck
Than sitting by the fire to hear
The sizzle of a duck?
Fer duck or peafowl, hen or
Some pine and sigh and sob,
While some are charmed with,
day or dark. I
The cooing of the squab.
-New York Sun.
Look to Your Plumbing.
You know what happens in a house
In which the plumbing is in poor con
dition-everybody in the house is lia
ble to contract typhoid or some other
fever. The digestive organs perform
the same functions in the human body
as the plumbing does for the house,
and they should be kept in first class
condition all the time. If you - have
any trouble with your disgestion take
Camberlain's Tablets and you are
certain to get quick relief. For sale
by all dealers.-Adv.
Forget to Collect Their Money.
The British government every year
sps a huge profit from the people
wo forget their own government stock
when dividends fall due. The fault
Tests entirely with the stockholders
for they even forget to give their ad
dresses, so that they can be notified
that money awafts them in the gov
rnment coffers. In this case, about
5,000,000 is passed on to. the na
tonal debt mmission, and in turn It
reedves the interest from this money.
The next examination for securing
rschers' Certificates will be held at
e court house in Manning, Friday
Ily 1st,, 1914, beginning at nine
:lock- Candidates will be required
ostand the examination on the fol
wing subjects: arithmetic, geography
ammar, history, algebra, current
ents, pedagogy.'physiology, agricul
re. For second or third grade cer
~lates algebra would not be reuired.
E. J. BR E
County Supt. of Ed.
r. I se 8 0
A rassmte tendPrts bBid
ov ss r .orc
is the best all-round medicine
I ever used," w r it e s J. A.
Steelman, of Pattonville, Texas.
"I suffered terribly with liver
troubles, and could get no relief.
The doctors said I had con
sumption. I could not work at
aL. Finally I tried
and to my surprisej got better,
and am to-day'as well as any
man." Thedf ord*s Black
Draught is a general, cathartic,
vegetable liver medicine, that
has been regul: - i,ulari
ties of the liver, t.ch and
bowels, for over 7C years. Get
a package today. Insist on the
No- More "Black Broth" for Him.
Among the forgotten dishes of the
past was- the "black broth of Lace
daemon." "What the Ingredients of
this sable composition were," says a
writer, "we cannot exactly ascertain.
Doctor Lister (in 'Apicius') supposed
It to have been hog's .blood. . . . It
could not be a very alluring mess,
since a citizen of Sybaris, having
tasted It, declared it was no longer a
matter of astonishment with him why -
the Spartans were so fearless of death,
since any one In his senses would
much rather die than exist on such
On First-Class Real Estate
rday &5 O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Manning S. 0.
B. 0. PUBDY. s. OLIVZR 0 BRTAi
PURDY & O'BRYAN,
Atterneys and Counselors at Law
MANNING. S. C.
C. . EDWARDS. H. M. PERRITT.
EDWARDS & PERRITT,
O~ee Over Home Bank and Trust Co.,
MANNING, S. C.
DR, J. FRANK GEIGER.
MANNING, S. C.
DR. J. A. COLE~,
Upstairs over Bank of Manning.
MANNING, S. C.
Phone No '77..
.o H. LESESNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
W.C. DAVIS. J. W. WIDEMA N
DAV1S & WIDEMAN,
ATTORNEYS A T LA W,
MANNING. S. C.
C HARLTON DuRANT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
Prompt attention given to Collections.
IONG Ex-Co inssioner Internl ReIvneu
OSEPH D. WRIGHT.
CAPERS & WRIGHT
AT ORNEYS AT LAW
WASHINGTON. D. C.
G. T. Floyd,
SURVEYOR and CIVII, ENGINEER
Office over Bank of Manning
-ppoGM ;qR ui aAIes ;seg eqi.
Woodlmeu of the World.
Mleets on First Mioudaty nights at
Mamima SayS -
ItS Safe for
For Sale by All Dealers.
To Cure a Cold In One0 Day
Take LATIV BROM.O Quinine. It stops the
Cough ad Headache and works off the Cold.
E. W.GW intr on each box. c