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Time;tand aroriese Sumter, 7.Agst, and AMantain 10.n4eA.iM.
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thie ewer,"evingteac80 .M) hc sa:oi ri
to Chicago c arynn leing, 7.in and oberato cas. as
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carrying slepnganinge ar ; also thrug sp. n car.t
-Aorsv.l A tlndanaolis..
Cohnections are~as made inUnoet Atlanta with theaan
WDe Poiner," R.leoriMotoery,8:0A Mol.) Nwc Ores anld thei
aSothroghweest;ar oStois n with the "SouthenRiwyfoBrmgh, Memphi
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For reservations, tickets anct ssuedules to any Western des
tination jy this new and attractive ronte, by old and reliable lines,
apply to H. D. CLARK,
Ticket Agent of the Atlantic Coast Line.
The Standard Railroad of the South.
Thi Commercial and Savings Bank
- OF SUMTER, S. C.
Opened for Basiness on Saturday. Novem
ber First, at 9 A. M. at 4-5 Main Street.
L....e cordially invite both your Commercial and Savinus Bank.ng
Bursiness. We propose uneeasing diligence and the most libera
treatment, consisteht with sound and progressive bank ing.
S. .\. Pierson, C. J. Lemon, .\. L Lesesne.
Henry P'. Moses, JT. K. Crosswell, .) %.. Ut-ar >n.
J. Clinton Brogdon, P. M. Br-own. l1. D)ozier Lee.
P. M. Par-rott, J. H. Myer-s, T. 13. Jenkins.
N. H. Forrester, RI. A. Bradham, R. A. Burgess
S. N. Gillispie, J. M. Chandler, H. L. Tisda e.
A. L. LESESNE, PRESIDENT. J. K. CROSS WELL, V-Pres.
R- A. BRA DH AM, CASHIER.
jA COLD CURED ""c.
S LUTELY GUARANTEED.
9 If you wa nt to etrid of that COLD 0r LAXGRIPPE &'
Sjust purc hase twel e of our Capsules, comp )(unded by ~
us. If taken as directed and they fail to cure. we will
~ ladly refund your money.
DiCKSONWS DRUG STORE,
up to date Mercanddise, c
3ar will be Slaughtered to gi
sition to buy their Sumner
)ale, but a sale that will be
s. Look for
How Front Stores, arid th
The Cole Corn and Cotton Planter.
The Cole Corn and Grain Dropper.
The Cole Fertilizer Distributor.
The Rex Fertilizer Distributor.
The Victor Fertilizer Distributor.
The Acme Fertilizer Distributor.
Thle K. P. Fertilizer Dstributor.
The Gant Fertilizer Side-Dresser.
The Cole Fertilizer Side-Dresser.
The Iron Age Harrow.
The Handy-Andy Horrow.
The John Deere'Drag-Harrow.
The Planet Jr. Cultivator.
.The Planet Jr. Cultivator with Sweeps,
The Syracuse One and Trwo-Horse Plows.
The Chattanooga One and Two-Horse Plows..
The Celebrated Stag Brand Paint and Stains.
Tt e Beautiful and Sanitary Wall Coating
The American Field and Poultry Wir~e Fence.
The Red Seal Dry Battery (GUARANTEED)
The Edison Mazda Elec. Lamp
(It's only r ival the sun.
Come and let us SHOW YOU.
Tickets on sale May 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th, good re
turning to reach destination prior to mid-night May 15th,.
Extension may be obtained by deposit of ticket with Spec
ial Agent, 21 East Fersythe St., Jacksonville, Fla., not later
than May 15th. 1914, upon payment of fee of 50c.
Stopovers allowed in both directions.
Side-trips from Jacksonville at very low rates to all Flor
ida. Geo rgia and Alabama points, by applying Atlantic Coast
Line ticke-t oflice. 18M West Bay St., Jacksonville Fla. . Tick
ets on sale Mlay 1th to 10th, inclusive, limited to June 2nd,
A sp)lendid chance to visit Florida at unusually low rate.
For any information, address:
H. D. CLAUK, .
ATLANTIC COAST LINE -
(.Standarni I~ ilroad of the South.)
W. .1. tCRAIG;. T. C. WHITE.
1Pa snger Tre.lnIager; Gen. Pass. Agen.g
Wimington, N. C.
Every Lady 2
i non (cun ty shiould use WVA TKINS' R1EDIES,
Intact(an Toilot Articles. It is impossible fo eto
so yo aland for y-ouri convenience I have placed some
of these go(ds in the 11. L. Bradhami Meat M\arket. where
they wil be sold at the regular price and under my usual
E. C. GROS5,
The Watkins Man.J
SLA UGHTER A
onsisting of Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoei
ye the good people of Clarendon Couhty a:
Merchandise at greatly reduced Prices.
remembered by all. The Store will be
e Red Signs Reading, "Great Slaughte
Nobody allowed on this earth except regularly
certified smokers of STAG.
The best outdoor tobacco The best indoor tobacco
because it holds all its good- because of its fresh and deli
ness in the open air. -cious fragrance.
Convenient. Packages: The Handy Half-Size
- S-Cent Tin, the Full-Size 10-Cent Tin, the Pound and Half
- Pound Tin Humidors and the Pound Glass Humidor.
* Rews of Defter Shoes
FiN buying shoes, you never see the vital or hid.
* U <den parts, which either makes it a. good shoe
or a poor shoe-that is why it is alwasaf
- ~&~nest your money in a pair of - . a
?because they are made by manufacturers who
have built their reputation on honesty of quality,
~style and* fit, and they stand behind every pair of
:shoes bearing the Bell Trade..Mark-making it
unnecessary for you to see the hidden parts.
-We Have Them
You don't have to search around for these shoes--come right
here and get them I We have selected with exceptional care, thei
very best styles and leathers for this season in Men's, Women's and c
Children's. We cater to the foot-needs of the whole family and
want to see YOU wearing a pair of LONGWEAR SHOES-buy1
them on our say-so I
Rt P. JENKINSON,
- 1lanning, S. C~. -
~r Sale "'
QUEER STYLES IN HATS.
The Rtokoschnik of Russia and Winged
Headdress of Alsace.
In- Russia the maiden who is fancy
free may dress her locks as she wishes.
But not so the wife. She must hide her '
hair. So, as a recompense for 'this
sacrinice, she dons a hat which may
well be called weird. In shapelit IS
not unlike a bIshop's miter, and It Is
adorned as the fancy or the purse of
the wearer dictates. Gold, silver and
even precious stones have been used in
decorating this kokoschnik, as It is
In certain parts of Spain a hat simi
lar to the Russian style Is worn. Par
ticularly is this popular with the dan
cers among the Toledo peasantry, al
though it must be very hot and un
comfortable for this purpose.
The Dutch maiden of Amsterdam
pins her faith-and her head-to a hat
which resembles in shape an inverted
fowerpot. It may not be the style
most suited to her round, placid face,
but she would not, change It for the
latest "thing" in millinery.
On the island of 31arken, In the Zuy
der Zee, the faishioznable hat is again
of the miter. shape. but with' the addi
tion of wide. flapping wings. Farther
north. In Norway, a maiden on her'
bridal1 day dons ai traditional erection
which can best be likened to an eccen
In the provinc'e of Alsace-Lorraine
the women wear huge winged head
resses. Thme wonderful thing about the
Alsatian hat is-bhow is it supported?
Are there concealed wires? And how
does it -'stop on" in a high windi
THE HUMAN SKIN.
Its Evolution Forecasts the Coming of
an Ultra White Race.
Professor Daniel Berthelot, eminent
French specialist, declares that the
skin of the human race has undergone
great changes since our primitive an
estors. He finds notably that, while
he whitest of modern skins, reflect al
nost all the colors of the spectrum, the
kins of the more primitive races~ ab
orb the colors of higher and finer vi
rations and only reflect the stronger
olors at the spectrum's lower end.
For instance, the skins of the primi
ive negro races reflected practically
o colors at all. The red skinned races
efected only the reds- at the lower
nd of the spectrum and the so called
ellow races only as far as the yellow
n its center. The white skins of the
aces of today are able to reflect not
nly the blues, but also the violets at
he top of the visible spectrum, al
houghi the strength and clearness of
he reflection vary with e:tch individual
But no skin has been found so far
~apable of reflecting the ultra violet
~ays, which, although present in al
nost all light, vibrate at a rate too
gh to be visible to the human eye.
It is therefore believed that the past
~voution of the human skin fore
hadows the existence in the distant
uture of an ultra white race, which,
n addition to its other capacities, will
ave a skin capable of reflecting the
visible ultra violet rays.-Indanapolis
Interrupted the Firing.
It is told of Lieutenant General Le
nidas Polk of the Confederate army
at he rode into the midst of an In
lana regiment late in the evening at
erryville. H4 had observed a body
f men firing upon his troops and sup
sed that those firing were Confed
rates and were shooting by mistake.
Ce rode over that way to order the
ring to cease and found himself con
onted by a Hoosier colonel. General
olk wore a dark blouse, and the dusk
the evening saved him. Hie was
sked as to his identity when he or
red the firing to stop, but, making a
reat to show them who he was, rode
ay. As soon as he reached a copse
wood he put spurs to his horse and
pidly drew away.
ill Relieve Nervous Depression and Low Spirits
e Old Standard general strengthening tonic.
ovE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC.arouses t.
er, drives out Malaria and builds np the ays