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"EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT."
STYLISH MIUNERY I
Every week brings in shipments of
New Shapes in Headwear. They come
from the smartest fashion shops in the
world, and are up-to date minute in style
Our Milliners are working bard to
keep up with the demands, as we know
the styles that are the.proper ones.
We have an extra lot of Ladies' and
Misses' Hats. Mid-Summer Styles in
White and many colors. Let us show
them to you.
BLACKL ACE ATS
for the ladies. They are very popular
this year; chic and pretty, and our line
is extra large.
D.n HIR SCH M AN.
want to be better satisfied, more contented
and better pleased with your home? If so.
come to see the PLAYER FURNITURE CO.
We can suit you in styles and delight you
with terms, Me have almost everything in
the Furniture Line. and would like to have
you call and give us a look. Hiow about that
* Porch Rocker to enjoy the hot weather in.
Also a 3-minute Freezer. Refrigerators.
Dressers, Washstands, Hat Racks. Side
boards, China Closets. Go-Carts. Buffets.
nesof ths ires th eohers and you wilt be convice dthatit will pay
outo us te Quaker. Just o:iun a o our oie and take a look
- FOR D CA RS.
Ford Parts and Accessories; also a full line of Buggies. Surries, Wag
ens, Harness and Harness and Horses.
Smter..t. U . ~SH3AW 0 . C.ER
-To Cure a Cold in One Day To Prevent Blood Poisoning
Couh a Hedache ad worksof te cold PORE' eNIEPTIC HEA11NG O IL, a sur
have a -bea
ed solely fc
Also a woi
Fright to Be Guarded Against.
"Perhaps It seems incomprehensible
to you." says Dr. Stoddard Goodhue,
In the Cosmobolitan Magazine, "that
a fright experienced by Your child at
the age of two or three years can be
instrumental in determining the com
plexion of mind of that child after It
has come to the adult age--can, for
example, give it lifelong inherent tim
idity, that will dominate It under
given conditions, but such Is the
Chil Cross? Feversk? Sick?
A cross, peevish, listless child. with
coated tongue, pale, doesn't sleep; eats
sometimes very little, then again raven
ously; stomach sour; breath fetid; pains
in stomach, with diarrhea; grinds teeth
while asleep, and starts up with terror
-all suggest a Worm Killer-something
that expels worms, and almost every
child has them. Kickapoo Worm
Killer is needed. Get a box to-day.
Start at once. You won't have to coax
as Kickapoo Worm Killer is a candy
confection. Expels the worms, the
cause ot your child's trouble. 25c. at
School Teacher's Mission. I
To capture the citadel of a child's
mind through love and sympathy; to
lead pupils toward higher ideals of
life and duty; to establish closer re
lations between-home and school and
state;, to exalt purity of life and con
duct; to-strengthen the moral tone of
the community; to make good men
and women; to establish and dignify
the profession of teaching; to make
education attractive; to magnify the
state; to mee . the need flor educated
citizenship; such Is the exalted mis-'
ion of the teacher.-Hon. Charles R.
Keep Bowel Movemest Regular.
Dr. King's New ifMe.Pills keep stom
acb, liver and kidn-eys in healthy con
ition. Rid the body of poisions and
waste. Improve your complexion by
fushing the liver and kidneys. "I got
more relief from one box of Dr. King's
New Life Pills than any medicine I
ver tried." says C. E. Hatfield. of
Chicago, Ill., 25c. at your Druggist.
Merely a Supply City.
The raising of chickens and the pro
duction of eggs are things apart to the
farmers in the Ealsel consular district.
While Easel Is one of the principal
supply cities of Europe for poultry
and eggs, only a small percentage Is
actually produce&i In the anl distriot
or in Switserland.
oe; you never see the
~,which either makes it
shoe-that is why it i
oney in apair of /
~'are made by manuf
reputation on honest
d they stand behind<
he Bell Trade- Mark
you to see the hidden
We Have Them
to search around for these si
We have selected with exce
eathers for this season in Men
r to the foot-needs of the y
earing a pair of LONGWFJ
lanning, 5. C.
I I ges m
rhe One of Air is What Creates the
Deserts of the East.
The gulf stream. :s every one knows,
s a broad river of warm water which
starts in the gulf of Mexico, wanders
icross the cold Atlantic ocean and
Jumps into the British isles, giving
:hem a warm climate and no end of fog
ind rain. But few people know that In
be atmosphere above there Is a second
gulf stream of warm, moist air.
This slow, damp breeze strikes the
British isles and does not carom off
ike the gulf stream. but continues over
Europe. As It passes over Sweden. Fin
land and. northern Rtussia these cold
ands chill the wind and cause it to
iroi> its moisture in the form of rain.
rhe lakes and rivers of these northern
:ountries are all supplied by the mois
ture taken up from the gulf stream.
The rotation of the earth makes this
trind veer gradually to the southward
bout the time it has given up the last
)f Its moisture and warmth. As a
mighty draft of dry, cold air, the gulf
tream wind moves on across the plains
)f Russia. As it approaches the equa
tor the wind warms agaIn, but becomes
At last, as it sweeps over Turkestan.
&rabia and Sahara. It evaporates like
x great sheet of blotting paper all water
It meets, forming the deserts of Turke
stan, Sahara and Arabia. Fortunately
this devastating wind now leaves the
continent. becomes the trade winds and
returns to Its starting point at the gulf
Several somewhat visionary schemes
have been suggested for altering the
ourse of the gulf stream. One of the
Immediate results of any such change
would be the shifting of the present
feserts to other parts of the world.
New York American.
That Is What Pirmits a Needie to
Float Upon Water.
A steel needle laid carefully on a
still water surface will float. although
the weight of steel or Iron Is greater
than that of an equal volume of water.
Moleculeg of liquids cohere, but with
a force far less than in solids or vlscid
substances. But the thin needle of
metal gently placed horizontally on
water has not quite weight enough to
break the surface tension-that Is,
molecular attraction-of the water be
Attraction of molecules is a force
that exerts great induence in nature.
Thus this force draws particles of wa
ter In fogs into drops of water which
are heavy enough to fall as rain. Dew
Lb a formation of minute particles of
water into drops at rest on surfaces.
The molecular attraction of the
eavy liquid-mercury-is intense. else
this heavy liquid could hot be drawn
by it Into spheres or drops. Melted
lead forms into minute globes when let
fall in high shot towers.
There Is a great difference in the In
tensity of molecular,attraction, as may
be observed in alcohol, gasoline, sul
phuric ether and similar limpid liquids
nd oil, sirup, glycerin and dther vis
Soap bubbles could not be blown In
alcohol or benzine, but they form,read
Ily n water. And the molecules in the
thin films really attract with some
force, else the bubbles would burst be
fore they become so large. The most
elaborate mathematics are required to
bandle molecular forces, fit only for
technical journals.-New Yorke Ames.
SUCKNER & RUTLEDGE,
PINEWOOD, S. C.
MedIum's Fraud Exposed.
At a spiritualist seance at Osuna,
Span, a parrot, which had been
rained to Imitate the voice of 4. nun,
ong dead, and which had been hidden
>ehnd voluminous draperies, fluttered
lown on the table. The medium was
nobbed by the company anad seriously
or a poo
mtjivest your i
have built thei
style and fit, a
Yo don't ha'
here and get them!
very best styles and
Children's. We ca
want to see YOU
them on our say-so
[1 act wisely t
r the school c
ats. We wil
Styles in Rea
WE GIVE S. & H. GREI
. Escapes An Awful Fate.
A thousand tcn2ues could not express
the gratitude of Mrs. J. E. Ct.x, i-f Joli
et, Ill., for her wonderrol deliverance
from an awful fate. 'Typhoid pneumo
nia had It-ft. me with a dreadtil couzh"
sbe writes. "ometimes I h:d sueh a w
ful cousghintj spells I thought - I would
die. I could get no hlip from Doctor's
treatLment or other mnedieices till I
used Dr.*King's New Discovery. But
I owe mv life to this wonderful iremedy
for I bcarcely -cough at all iow." Quick
and saf, its the most reliable of all
throat and lung medicines. Every bot
tle auaranteed. 50c at~d $1.00. Trial
bottle free at all druggists.-Adv.
For Fredeom of Mind.
It makes the mind very free when
we give up wishing, and only think of
bearing what is laid upon us and do
ing what is given us to do.-George
Try to Figure This.
Little Bennie-.--"Papa, is there any
difference in the word fool and fool
ish?" Papa-'That Is. For instance,
people who worry are foolish, while
people who .don't worry are fools.
Now, perhaps.; you can figure it out
This preparation is Intended espec.
ially for rheumatism, lame back,
Drans and like ailments. It is a fav
orite with people who 'are well ac
quainted with Its splendId qualities.
Mrs. Charles Tanner. Wabash. Ind.,
sasof it. "I have found Chamberlain's
Liniment-the best thing' for lame back
and sprains I have ever used. It works
like a charm and relieves pain and
soreness. Is has been used by otbers
of my family as well as myself for un
wards of twenty years." 25 and 50c
botdles. For sale by all dealers.-Adv.
"Do 'what you can to allay' the fears
of a child unduly timid by precept and
example, but If the fears persist, con
slt a physician."-Brooklyn Eagle.
Earth excavated from Panama canal
was sufficient to build sixty-three pyr
amids the size of that of Cheops.
City Needs Much Fuel.
More fuel Is consumed in the Cit
of Pittsburgh and Its Immediate vi.
einity than in any other city in the
Be Exact in Little Duties.
Ezactnes in little duties Is a won
derful source of cheerfulness.-Faber.
vital or hid
a good shoe
y of quality,
very pair of
ptional carc, the
hole family and
o pay us a vi
.ent of Dress(
[on of Late E
.1 be glad to
-N TRADIN6 STAMPS.
Def'nition of "Foreman."
One recent interpretation given for
the tcrm foreman is a man who is
capable of stepping in at any point
and doing this or that man's work bet
ter than ho can do it himself. The
young man who aspires to do all this
in qualfying for'foremanship has his
work cut out for him.
Pure saccharin is 550 times as'sweet
as sugar. A sweet taste may be In
parted to 70,000 parts of water.
The Demous of The Swamp
are mosquitos. As they sting they put
deadly malaria perms in the blood.
Then follow the icy chills and the fires
of fever. The-appetite files and the
strength fails; also mnalaria often paves
the way for deadly typhoid. But Elec
tric Bitters kill and cast out the malar
ia germs from the blood; give you a
fine appetite au renew your strength.
"After long sauering, "wrote Wm.
Fretwell, of Lucama, N. C.. "three
botiles drove all the malaria from my
system. and I've had good health ever
since." Best for all stomach, liver and
kidney ills. 50W at all drurgists-Adv.
Love of the Brother.
Love of the brother we see -a1i;
help ujs to the love' of the Father we
do not see.--William Watson.
London has over ninety thousand
Secret of Secret-Keeping.
If a woman could only keep secret
the fact that she has a secret to keep,
her secret woald be .safe-Boston
-For a Torpid Llyer.
"1 have used Chamberlains Tablets
L)T and on for the past six years when
ever my liver shows signs of being in a
disordered condition. They have al
ways acted quickly and given me the
desired relief,'' writes Mrs. F. H Tru
bus,. Sprine ville, N. Y. For sale by all
in any style, and served
righ t now--No~waiting. We
keep nothing but the best
of everything. If it's some
thing good to eat, someth
intr that will tickle the
palate. come in and let us
Courteous treatment guar
anteed to all.
Yours to please,
JACK METROPOL, Propr.
$i Complete Shaving Outfit $r
uo Articles 10
To advertise our Universal Shaving
ultbt and Universal Products we will
ra limnitea time only. send this well
torth $3 00 Shaving Outlit, for $1.00.
Ve sell our products to the consumer
rect, and, therefore you save all
gents' profits which as you know are
1 Hollow Ground Razor
1 5-inch Lather Brush
1 Razor Strap, Canvas Back
1 Nikelc Easei Back Mirror
1 33-inch Barber Towel
1 Bar Shaving Soap
1 Box Talcum Powder
1 Decorated China Mug.
1 Ahiuminum Barber Comb
1 Bristle Hair Brush
Agents need not write.
Each outtit packed in neat box $1.00.
oin or moe Order, p)ostage 10c ex
UNIVERSA L PRODUCTS CO).
sit if inter
rel, as we
STATE OF 8OUTH CAROLINA
County of Claruedon.
By James M. Windham, Esq., Judge
W HEREAS, Robert A White made
suit to me to grant him made
of Administration of the estate and
effects of John Gill.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said
John Gill, deceased, that they
be and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate. to be held at Man
ning, S. C., on the 16th, day of Aprjl
next, after publication hereof, at
11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, If any. they have, why the
said administration should not be
Qiven under my hand this 30th day
of March, Anno Domini. 1914.
J. . WINDHAM.
Judge of Probate.
MONEY TO LOAN
At 7 per cent
On improved 'farms in amounts of
$3,900 and up for term of five years
No commissions charged. Only actual
I expenses for preparation of legal
CAROLINA BOND AND MORT
GAGE CO., UNION BANK BUILD
ING, COLUMB1A, S. C..
Hold on to
and in times of adversity it will
hold on to you. Every business
enan should have an account at a
.good bank where it will be safe
when he needs it. Besides the
advantage of being able to draw
agaiunst it by check is worth
something. This bank solicits
the accounts of merchants and
Home Bak ad Trust (o
Coutdibations to Cemetey Fence.
Civic League..............200 00
Town Council.............250 00
Mr. T. F.Coffey ...... .....10 00
Mr. A. C. Bradham..... ...10 00
Mr. J. W. Rigby...........10 00
Mr. W. C. Davis...........10 00
Mrs. Anna M. Davis........10 00
Dr. G. L.Dickson...........5 00
Mr. J. C. Plowden.... .... .. 2 50
Mr. A. I. Barron............. 500
Mr. Connor Wells........... 2 50
Mr. B. A Johnson.........10 00
Mr. J.T. Stukes............. 500
Mrs S. A. Riigby...........5 00
Mr. W. C. Duitant.... ...... 3 00
Mr. S. R. Venning.... ...... 5 00
Mr. E. S.Ervin............ 500
Mr. Eddie Horton..........10 00
Mr. John Wilson............ 250
Mr. J1?. E. Harlee...........2 00
Mrs. 11. S. Brown....... ...10 00
Mrs. Fladger........... .... 1 00
Mrs. Nl. M. David...........5 00
Mrs. F. H. Sauls............ 2 00
'Rev. S. A. Nettles..........10 00
Mr. W. E. Daniels..........1 00
Mr. W.T. Lesesne.......... 500
Mr. L. L. Wells....... .....2 00
-Mr. C. R. Breedin..........3 00
Mr. J. Me D. McFaddin... 2 50
Mrs. F. C. Thouws..........5 00
Mr. W. M. O'Bryan ..... ....2 00
..Cemetery Committee.......57 86
Mr Bouneau Mouzon........ 2 00
Mr JD Bradham. .......... 100
Cemetery Committee.......17 31
Mr John A Burgess....... 500
Miss Hattie Bagnal ..... ....1 00
Dr. C. W. Barron....... .... 500
And They objected.
-Fiancier-''What's all the hubbub
In the directors' room?" Steno
"Some wise minority stockholder just
found that the office cat Is on the pay
roll for $3,000 a year under the name
Helps A Judge in a lad Fix
Justice Eli Cherry, of Gillis Mills, 1
renn.. was plainly worried. Ab a
lre on his leg had baffled several dod
~ors and long resisted all remedies. "I:
hought it wa a cancer." he wrote.
At last I used Bucklen's Arnica
3alve, and was completely cured."
ures burns, boils, ulcers, cuts, bruis
-s and nils. 2rc at all Amuggists.-Adav
ST. LOUIS AS A VILLA .
In 1767 It Had Forty.fivellouse-and
as Many Fa'milies.
Captain Philip Pitman, an ogicer In
the engineering corps of the British
army, was selected by General Gag
In 1767 to make an expertereV0rt'Od
the territory just acquired from-France
on the east side of the Misnsinppi riv
er. Pitman came to the Misslsatppt
valley, the Ilinois country It then was
called, and traveled about for several
months. Here is what he wrote of St
Louis in the early part of 1767:
"This village is one league and a bait
above Kaoquis,.on the wiest side of
the gississippI. being the present head
quatters of the French in these par
It was first' established in the year
17t4 by a company of merchants, 'to
whom N. D'Abbadie had given 'an e:
elusive grant for the commerce wit6
the Indias nations on the river 3is
sonry. and for the security and ea&
couragement of this settlement thO
staff of French officers and the cog,.
missary were ordered to remove herg,
upon the surrendering of Fort Char,
tree (forty miles south of St. Louis 6
the Illinois side) to the English, and
great encouragement was given.to thq
inhabitants to remove with them, moqt
of whom did.
"The company has built a large
house and store here, and there. are
about forty-five houses-.and as mauy
families. No fort or bar$cks .e jo
built. The French garrisbn consists
of a captain commapdant,.tyo lieuten
ants, a fort major, one sergant, one
-rr ant inen.
CURING SLICl. IN GDLF.
An Expert Suggs Some .2.egnees
Fo a Tedu~som. Hauit. ...,
Theslice is unfoitunately a,gommo
fault at golf. destroying. all hopew
accuracy as well as distan~ce..1n.th
drive. The remedy becomps. oh
as soon as the cause of slidla Is-tbI
oughly undeistood. That It is deto
a horizontal rotationof'he bllii
fight Is unquestionable., frbitbe &
alogy of the curved ball in, basebal
The question Is as. to ho'thi'tlt~
of rotation Is imparted to thie bll.
The remedy lies either ii ehbmI
ing the twist of the wrists or in cul
pensation for It by turning tlk C.
in the hands while addressing the bi4L
If you are a confirmed sluimer turn i
club in the hands so that the 'fact
lants sharply inward while the bab
and arms are otherwisehelditheui
al position. Address-the. ball *fti'the
club in this position and the'n s4
as usunal You will be agrieebly sa.
prised to ee a straight bafor.a pdf.
A few trials will serve to dete'"ine
the position of the club Jih addreussn
the ball which will give the-deited
All the curves, the slice, the pull abd
the rLse-are sharply emphasized In long
shots. The sharp, hard-blow-of a rapid
stroke sets up a mticha ore rapid rota
tion of the ball just 'as In the bmUnd
shots.-X K. Stuart In Outing -V'Eia
Formatiorr of Ice.
The cause assigned for the fact ts
water freezes only for a compaitvely
small space at the surface of rivers..or
ponds Is thus explained. Scientistsati
thoritatively declare that, water lsft
*Its heaviest when It reaches 40 degides
P.-that Is, 8 degrees above freesing
point. On a frosty night as each' top
layer of water. falls to 40 degrees it
sinks to the bottom. therefoi'e the
whole pond has to drpp to 40 degreie'
before any of It can fejeze. At length
it is all cooled to this point, and then
Ice begins to form. Butileis a very
bad coniductor of heat. therefore, it
shuts of the freezing air> from the
body of warmer water und esth.
The thicker It gets the more acy
does It act as a greatcoat and that' Is
why even the Ar'etic ocean never
freezes beyond a few feet in thickness.
An Untouched Subject.
In L'Esprit des Francals Is :an' -
'tance of the sharp, .biting vMt Qr
which Alexis Piron, thle- Fr'enceti -
grammatist, was famou.
A young author whose~ abilitf wis
by no means equal to his conet.Wi
.#iscoursing at lengtta upon the'iikts
of his work.
"I am -tired et'wzling of that of
which the others write.,' he saidN "I
want to create an originalwork;'dint
thing that no one has evei- wIttia
about or ever will write about."
Piron turned quickly to thiespes'".
"Why not write your own euiogy'I"9ie'
Very Sweet Words.
"Are there any sweeter words I1.thie
English language," musingly inqulf'ed
Professor Swigas. -than''11t6v% yon1'd
"Well," grimly remarked the peal
mistic bearer, "I understand that somte
authorities regard 'There's thtae
Ilowe you' as about the epitbme'of sat
isfactory sentences"-Newr YereGrobe.
Chinese Cabbage Se-ed' -
Rape seed Is termed by the Chinese
trade "cabbage seed," while Chinna
farmers style It "cabbage oil seed." As
grown In Loongwah district, near
Shanghai, it yields 200 catties (equal to,
1,000 pounds) an acre where the'soil Is.
"Pa," said Freddy, "what Is a social
"Generally speaking." replied :'.pa,
"It's a place where they weigh money;"
"Mamma," said Little Willie. "why
does the minister always say 'lastly' In
the middle of his sermon?"-Womnan's
SCHOLARSNIP and ENTRANCE '4
The examination for the award If
vacant scholarships in Winthrop Cd'
ege, and for the admission of new
student~s will be held at the County
Court House on Friday, July 3 at, 9 a. a.
Applicants must not be less than six
teen years of age. When Schorarships
are vacant after July 3, they will be
warded to those making the highest
average at this examination, provided
they -meet the conditions governing
the aw'ard. Applicants for Scholarships
should write to President Johnson be
fore the examination for Scholarship
Scholarships are worth $100 and free
tuition. The next session will open
september 16. 1914. For faither infor
mation and daiaogue, address Pres. D. S.
hnsou,'Rock Hill, S.- C.
gas Old Silas, tbsr Remsdies Won't Cure.
he worst cases,somutterof how long standing.
ire cred' br the wonderful, old reliable.pt.
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relie'vea
si and ealts at the same time. 25c, 50c;-$1.a