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No doubt you.are, if
you suffer from anyof the
numerous ailments to
.ect; - Headache bak -
ache, sideache, nerfous
N ness, weak, tired .feelg,
are some of the symP7
to --, and you
yourself of them in order
feel wel,. ,Thousnds
of .omen, wh'have
4 been tieriefied -ythis
remedy, urge you- -
The Wemafsi Tao
Mrs. Sylvana U
* cC'tor. Wi!s, Ky.,
was, at ti:4e~e ( ,
t 00.h1trdly wak,4nd -
, ..ze paia in.my back -and.
hcaa neady killed me.
c! Cardui, t.ze pains 4ft i
ppeared. Now 14etas
wei! as everdi'Eey
stff uin won=bti d
try Card:** Oe t'ffle
ModbUds up..the , 1 -
enk "a *ane
830. . - '' -
JOHN G. CAPERS. (o Stt Caolina):
RzCOnMlasloner Internal Revne
.10SEPH D. WRIGHT.
%T .Oc. L %,z t
*7 nii IWB5~T UA
ment of both.sexes.
We fml nrait'o1cf efull
D AV ID
Charlestong S. C
On First-Class Rea1 Estat
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
- -Aanning S.'C
3. 0. PUDDY. - A.d0MY3)SO' DtA
Attoreys an4 C'oungslora as L~awl
Lg.BA RDw.-- - .--- -H. M.PERUET
Offiee Over Bouia.Bank and Trust Co
MANNUjG, S. C.
DR J F'RNKGEIGEi.'
MAliNING, S. C.
. J. -A. COUG
Upstairs over Bank of Maunnng.
MANNING;- S. C.
Phone No '/7. ... - ,,e :
Save From 30 to 60' Per' Cent
Tire -Tube -BRlin
28x3 $ 7.20 ,.i$1.65 *$k35
30x3 7.80 -----l95 1.40
30x3* 10.80 -.2,80- 1.90
32x3* 119 " 9'5 . 2.00
34x3+ 12.40 3:00 ' Z .05
32x4 13.70 3 '33 ' 2.401
33x4 14.80 3.'50 ' '.45
34x4 16.80 -3.60 -- 6
36x4 17.85 3.9 - A.8
35x4i 19.73 4.85 --3.45
36x4* 19 85 4.90 3.60
37x4i 21.50 .)510 3.70
37x5 24.90 5.90 4.20~
All other siz~es in stock. . SnS
tires 15 per cent additiona!. rsd. tub
tea per cent aboove gray. Afl nw Olen
fresh, guaranteed tires -liet~standai
ad independent makes. i dire
from us and. save money. 5 per cr
discount if payment in fuU accompani
each order. C. 0.. D. .on 10.-per ce
deposit.. Allowing examinn on.
TIRE FACTORIES SALES CO.
Dept A. - l.*tbn- oh
V'e Old Standax: :' 'euiDE tI
lver, drives cu: .tie-l'.i dieds up the
ema. A sure AppetiZer *d4 r..kdato digestionl. 5
Sakurajima is one of the volcanoes
created. according tok t4ie old .lapanese
celenda.lin asngle night. A specifie
date-TIS A. D.-hns even been assign
ed -for.the event-but it is quite evi
dent from Its appearance that the cone
is really a very ancient one. Sakura
Jima's form is rugged and weather
beaten....-Zime-bas -furrowed its sides.
-and-theforces of denbtiation have per
ceptibly increased the steepness of the
upper part of the cone by the removal
of4 all%tflie lidter ejected materials.
Ttiis circatstaee has given rise to the
A ttS- northern 'peak 9f the
fromethe-rest of the
sm ridge by a slight depression
i6 inaccessible. As a matter of fact, it
presents no serious difficulty.-London
Darby and Joan.
Tljeumeannn of-Darby- andJoan Is
-one- ofdeminbial'-fnithfblness and love.
as exemplified by Darby and Joan
husband ind wife-in an eighteenth
century ballad. appearing in the Gen
tleman's:Zagazne. March. 1735. en
titled "The Joys of Love Never For
got: a Song.'' Author Henry Woodfall
had. been apprenticed to-John Darby of
Batth6loiw Cloe. England, and his
-enlylo.eY ind wife formed the hero
and heroine of the song.
Little Pitchers-Why. you ain.t.afrald
of mice, are you. Miss Gabby? Nervous
Caller-Of course I'm afraid of mice.
.W4y !s z(til be? .Little Pitchers
4- wis :cling to- see you ketch th'e
mouse I let out of the trap that scared
you. Mamma says you're an old cat.
tR r *7 Y..po. Is that mysterious
something which leads you to pick out
e of '00'lieople it the ballroom the one
Man liho.basa personal Interest-in the
homely woman you are making fool
eomm'ets-abont."-Detrolt Free Press.
"POp., if anybody rides, horse chest
r equrse..nobody does. Why do you
asksuch ridiculous things?"
' "I wasonly going to iask If they did,
entd they -use !atkspurs?"-Baltmore
AA nbborn Cocgh is Wearing and Risky.
-Leltr a *abborn cauih' "hang on"
in the sprine is risky. Foley's Honey
& Ter add' heals raw inflamed
sur'ficos i-the -throat -ind bronchial
Sibei-inakes br?, weak spots sound
+nd --wbole'-o-stps stubborn, tearing
coughs. Refuse substitutes. For sale
by all desIers everywbere.-Adv.
irauteMd 7;-00- Miles Service.
A.These tires 1earbte greatest known
nileage guarantee, yet are sold at a
pce.even,less than. tires of ordinary
,guarlntee. ..ThJs - guArantee covers
pumctures,. blow-outa and general wear.
.a te covers .!,500 . miles service
~es are intenld -for mnost severe ser
Orders have be evdfor these
r.ursJop~use in the United States Gov
- - 4s a ISPECOIAL .INTRODUCTORY
6r, we.,will allow the following prices
fr thi next ten sas
Tire 4 - Tube
~-28c3 '' S'9.90' ~~2.00
30x3 10.25 2.30
30x3i . . - 13'50 -. 2.80 -
32x3j- . 14.05 3.00
34x34 15.25 3.20
-*--31x4 -.-- -li.00 .. 3.25
32x4. 18.00 3.30
* 3$x4 I9.50 3.40
3 4 x4 20.40 3.0
-35x4,-. 21.00 a8
- 36x4 22.00 3.90
85x41 26.00 5.00
36x4* , 27.00 5.10
37x4l 27.50 5.15
--**.37i5 32.60 5.40
All other sizes. Non-Skids 20 per
cent extra, 5 per cent discount if pay
ment in full accomnanies order and if
two are so .orderea, shipping charges
will be~paidt by ua. C. 0. D. on 15 per
cent or amouns of order. Our outpus, is
liied, so we suggest early ordering.
Ve'sell direct only, giving purchaser
the a4d~azg ge. of ..all. middlemen's
+. at ningWaroseof their d+
' etO needeon h OAC
4. Wewl eneao son4ogv
1. 0%fn ce fPT OS
-Lorine dedon theTAO Nek
The o eautrieuliceso onf manu
4gotnol fonicrshed PrTice that w*
adoThe Beraonvry kr o o
OrFreOe. WeNNare adetsn
esto ti etiefho picedo pasin
'a! Towevery on- te crsenn usou
costs-we cies shy are_.bo aof c0e
- gthre te'ak'ne fte heitpfc ear int Gum
nd~ siclude'te elgav. atsng
','solunitely--fe. -u n eiet
No"~t more thonx o rhs .tone haty.
Dealnersr nt'lor. to accetethe
-e~ -UM iTEr9 SE~ E'COMANYi i
. n It --- - P:h~~ and Box 101.
The Commercial alff ii
OF SUMTER. S. C.
Opened for Basiness.on Saturday. Noveni
ber First, at 9 A. M. at 45 Mai:1 Street.
-. We cordially invite both'your Cotnmn r.: '! : a v :
Business. we prisa se..urreeasinir dilig-ce-aU'd 't'he a -In t
treatment, consistent withsound and progresive manking
S. M. Pierson, C. J. Lemon. A. L Te - .-.
Henry P. Moses, J. K. Crossw'el., .1 Z. Hlear ,
J. Clinton 13rogdon. P. M. Brows, R. Dozier Lt,
P. M. Parrotr, J. H. Myer,: T. B. Jenkin-,.
N. H. Forrester, It. A. Bradham, R. A.Murges. .
S. N. Gillispie, J. M. Chandler. .iIL L. T
A. L. LESESNE. PRESIDENT. J. K. CROSSivELL. V-Pr
R A.-BRA DHAM, CASHIER.
Between Florence. S. C. and Roanoke Va., via the
Atlantic Coast Line.
Florence and Wadesboro, Winston -Salem'. Southbound Rii
way,Wadesboro and Winston-Salem, Norfolk-aud -Western Rsa
way, Winston-Salem and Roanoke..
NORTH BOUND SOUTH BOUND
9.50 A. M. Lv. Florence, S. C. A AM
10.20 A. M. Lv. Darlington; S. C. Ar. 7.01P. X
10.05 A. M. Lv. Hartsyille; S. C. Ar. 7Z,5 P. W.
11.00 A. M. Lv. "ociety'Hill, S. 0.
11.30 A. M. Lv. Cheraw, S. C. A r., P. M
12.35 P. M. Ar. Wadesboro, N. C. Lv. .5.0 P. M.
4.00 P.- M. Ar. Winston-Salem, N. C ..Lv. . P. M.
8.45 P. M. Ar. Roanoke) Va. Lv. 9.00 A M.
'2lose connections are made at Flqeieejn both direttions,.
with trains carrying'Pullman Cars to and from .the North, South,
East and West.
For rates of fAre, aud detailed tehedules- to -any desied des
tination 'by this new and attractive route, apply, to
HAr. D. CLARK,
Tis etgeintof the A. C. L.
Te oS enncis nare mae ut Flore io
o rchRos, Swiin"ulmngast and fro-th Gorth, Weth
ave tWeClbaet.it onti'Rfigrtr
Hoor iten of anetaildshedes toreeny desre'd des
inowhs, neand tctve~1 ate, pey haeoe
hStadr compltroc of eSuh
ever Sne p~Frihg Need
co e to avmer Caho rt The s re o m
orc RcertSigingdLw."oos W
hav theCeebrteU Wite outanwReriertos
m not omplte stoffck ofuteS,
com toeea bemer. Cahordt "Th S or tbccm-e
1st. The advertisement has no TRADE VALUE. - Itsr VALDUE Is g
CASH in MONEY. .* - . .+
2nd. Drugs and Patent Medicines and strictly. Medicinal -~p tos. ,
are not included in this advertisement, the DIKE LINE EXCEPT fl.
3rd. Only one advertisement can be used at one tim. -
4th. At least one article a; 25c. must be purohased. nill -ficles
aggregating 25c. are not permissable.
~5th. We prefer that you PERSONALLY present the advertisement. ,,
6th. Our object is to push our SIDE LINES.
~We thank you for past business and earngstly.glicit a'contippence .of g
your valued patronage. -.'. - . +
SARANT'S DRUGmSTORE i+
BI idin MaerialI
SRough and Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, and
Siding, Moulding,s Shingles, Itathes, Metal
And Compositionl R'oofing, Lime, Ce
ment, Plaster Parig Hard Wall
Plaster, Fire Brit1k, andi Clay; -
Ornamental Brick, Mor-.
tar Colors,. Shingle
Stain, Sewer .
* And Drain,
Pipe, And A Full Line Of; Building Material Of
S All Kinds. Also Hay; Grain MixddI Feeds
And All Kinds Of Horse, Cow,' Hog
And PoultryFoods-, And Remedies.
Boothi-Sliuler Lumnkr & Supply C.
I ~Successors To I
i Boothi-Harby Live Stock Co., Agid Can
+trlTmbern o. - - - ,- Snmter. S~. C
PA 'VD WITH GOLD.
Tnrc' -:y nh Street Scrapings
o4 an Afri:::n Town.
Travi;: xa . say:s Harper's
Wy : : . on the Gold
Coast of A ::. . oi my actually be
picked up in the strets. When ore
visitor, a.n Eng iila.ihm. toLLk the state
ment as a mero ii :re o" sp)eevh his
host immediately i>:de a woman serv
ant go out into thie i1:ini street. gather
a buev:ru of road scrapiugs and
work it for goid <
In ten mi:mtes :he sevant returned
with two gaivanized iron buckes. one
filled with road scrapings :and the oth
er with water. She also brought three
or four wooden platters,. varying in
size from a large plate to a saucer.
Removing several handfuls of the
road scrapings and placing them in the
large platter. the woman picked out
and threw aside the large stones, peb
bles and bit-s of stick and then mois
tened the remainder with water from
the other bucket. This enabled her to
remove smaller refuse.
The residuum she put into the next
smaller plhtier. :nd she repeated the
process until there was a quantity of
sand and gravei ready for treatment.
This she sprinkled freely with water
and by a deft circular movement of
the platter brought the small gravel to
the outside. where it could be thrust
over the edge. When she had repeated
this operation thre or four times she
treated the material. whih now looked
more like mud t han anything else, in
a still smaller Imtter.
At last. in -the smallest plager of all.
she had the bucketful of sweepings re
duced to a handful or two of black
sand. This she carefully washed and
sifted. At last with a dexterous twist
she brought the sand into a crescent,
the outer edge of which showed a thin
rim of yellow. It was unmistakably
gold dust. The whole operation had
taken half an hour. and it had pro
duced about a shilling's worth of gold.
For Infants and Chdren
In Use For Over 30 Years
G. T. Floyd,I
SURVEYOR rid CIVIL ENGINEER
Office over Bank of Manning
Hacker Mfg. Co.
Gee. S. Hacker & Son,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
Doors, Sash and Blinds: Columns
and Balusters: Grilles and Gable
Ornaments; Screen Doors and
E DEAL IN
Glass. Sash Cord and Weights.
SPECIAL TO WOMEN
'he most economical, cleansing and
germicidal of all antiseptics is
la soluble Antiseptic Powder to
e dissolved in water as needed.
As a medicinal antiseptic for douches
In' treating catarrh, inflammation or
ulceration of nose, throat, and that
ased by feminine ills it has no equal.
For ten years the Lydia E. Pinkham'
[~edcne Co.has recommended Paxtine
n their private correspondence with
romen, which proves Its superiority.
omen who have been cured say
it is "worth Its weight in gold.'' At
ruggistS. 50c. large box, or by mail.
he Paxton Toilet Co.. Boston, Mass.
. H. LESESNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
W.C. DAVIS. J. W. WIDEMAN
DAVIS & WIDEMAN,
ATTORNiEYS AT LAWv,
MANNING. S. C.
KU .LTHE COUGH
AND ALL.lHROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES
Our high linan cial starding, our re
-ources, all make it apparent to the
disciminating man or- womain tha
is the tafest place for thei r moey. E2n
trt you e -t to ie ae you will
e the ree;ioe: r e-V'ry x2atn :anfd
The Bank of Manning
Cent Tin, the Full-Size 10-Cent Tin,
Tin.Humidors and the Pound Glass H
R. LBecause it Puries
wr o it riobbi lou c o t? U, = . a
locus.A.~ * , 1 Jc... wftcrex I Y-Salariaevc'r atni *fom a wL-4o. t; ten
k a~t w'.h P ~ un ly CUM- . ~a I toc your medicine wt a faclrW
H. i 7'3~~ ~O 2~ -,-rod ftr-oen hiopo, bat -om Lcoaf~.tt F. ?. . Was
4W;e. j d wrc&pd .1 -ca
T W4. D:. YOU, TOO--AT ALL DRUCCISTS-ZE.to
* - -
Spr Time Comes
dnYe want the Ladies to come in
and see our
Oil Cook Stoves and Bakers.
Thre Stove needed for warm weather. We have sold
more of t.vas the last year thnany other retail
tirm in the state.
We want onue Farmer friends, to see oiar
One ana-Tlwo-Horse Plows, Subsoilers,
5id a great many other thirgs..which go to makefarming
PIG WRNHlIRER COMPNY
IrHE RE IS A
Ouv le Pent Bugy Repository,
Harne~ahd Tagonl Houses. are Full.
We. etoday doing business with
og a satisfied customers who
were directed; to us by their fathers
~Forth Car Mules
to, arri've-next Monday.
A look, and our price, and goods make
you-a cuistomer-Guess the Reason.
JOB WORK &
TO TIh9 TIMES~IFHC.
y satisfying in so
The Handy Half-Size 5
the Pound and Half-Pound
Delinquent Tax Sale.
By virtue of sundry executions issued
by L. L. Wells, County Treasurer, and
to me directed, I will offer for sale on
Monday, the 1st day of June, 1914,' at
the Court House in Manning, the fol
lowing real estate for taxes for 1912,
Fulton-V. Richardson, I lot, 2 build
J. B. Richardson, 22 acres.
St. Marks-Est Isaac Mason, 22 acres.
Concord-Gamble Brunson, 36 acres.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. GAMBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
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ale and H-arvard, each 9 in. X 24
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five stamps to pay postaae. Send now.
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