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Our high financial standing lan in e-T BA C
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OF MANNIN6 4
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Woodmen of the World. +
Mdeets on First Monday nights at
130. e n n dDr. King's New Life Pills
siting:.Sovereins invited. The best in the world.
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CHARLESTON, S. C.
Schools of Medicine and Pharmacy.
Owned and Controlled by the State.
-8 Sess~nfl DeeaS ftlON ISIt 19149 C108e, Jane 3[ t1 1915.
Fine. New Building, ready for occupancy October 1st., 1914. Ad
entageously located, opposite Roper Hospitai. one of the largest
Hospitals in.the South, containing 218 beds.;
Practical work for Senior Students in Medicine and Pharmacy
a Special Feature.
Large and well-equipped Laboratories in both schools.
Department of Physiology and Embrology in affiliation with the
Nine full teachers in Labratory Branches.
Six graduated appointments each year in medicine.
For Catalogue, address,
OSCAR W. SCHLEETER:
Registerar, Charlestou, S. C.
If you want to get rid of that COLD or LAGRIPPE
just purchase twelve of our:, Capsnfes, compounded by
us. -If taken as directed and tihey fail to cure, we will
l~adly refund your money.
DICKSON'S DRUG STORED
Alcolu Railroad Co.
- TIME TABLE, NO. 13.
Jnuary 1,. 1914.
Read Down. Read Up.
P. M. P M. A M.
SLv. 1:00 Lv. 7:50 0 Aicolu 25 A r 7:50 a
" 1:05 " 7:55 2 McLeod 23 Lv. 7:45
" 1:10 " 8:05 5 Harhy 20 " 7:40 a
"- 1:20 " 8:10 7 DuRant 18 - 7:25 -
1:35 " 8:25 12 Sardiia 13 " 7:05
" 1:45 " 8:30 14 New Zion 11 " 6:55 .
" 1:55 ". 8:35 15 Beard 10 6 6:0 -
" 2:30 '' 8:50 17 Seloc 8 " 6:35 2
S " 2:45 " 9:05 20 Paroda Jt 5 " 6:0 3
" 2:50 -" 9:10 21 H udsom~ 4 " -615 -
3:00 Ar. 9:30 25 Olanta 0 " 6:00
No. 1-daily exceptSaturday and Sunday.
No. 2.-daily except Sunday.
No. 3.-Saturday only.
~ ~I*****All stations except Alcola and Olanta are flag stations for
Sall trains. These trains run only as above stated. All mixed-trains.
__ P. R. ALDERMAN;' T. Mi.
Commencing May 3rd, the Atlantic Coast Line will inaugu
rate THROUGH SLEEPING CAR SERVICE between Wil
mington, Florence, Sumter , Augusta and Atlanta, in connectior
with the Georgia Railroad.
Following is the schedule from Manning in connection witi
the new service:
Lv. Manning, 7. 37 P. M.
Ar. Sumter, 8. 20 P. M.
Lv. Sumter, 9. 30 P. M.
Ar. Orangeburg, 10. 53 P. M.
Ar. Augusta, 1. 40 A. M.
Ar. Atlanta, 0. 00 A. M.
Passengers may remain in sleeping cars until 7:00 A. M.
Returning, the train leaves Attanta, 8:00 P. M., Centra
Time; and arrives Sumter, 7.20 A. M., and Manning, 10.24 A. M
-Connections are made mn the Union depot Atlanta with the
"Dixie Flyer," (leaving there at 8:00 A. M.) which is a solid trait
to Cbicago, carrying sleeping, dining and observation cars; alst
also through sleeping cars to St. Louis; and with the "South At
lantic Limited," (leaving at 7. 12 A. M.) a solid train to Cincinnati,
carrying sleeping and dinning cars; also through sleeping car-s tc
Luisville and Indianapolis.
Connections are also made in Atlanta with the Atlanta anc
Wrst Point R. R. for Montgomery, Mobile, New Orleans and the
Southwest; with the Scothern Railway, for Birmingham, Memphih
and the West and with other diverging lines for points in Soutl
For reservations, tickets and schedules to any Western des
tination by this new and attractive ronte, by old and reliable lines,
apply to H. D. CLARK,
- Ticket Agent-of the Atlantic Coast Line.
Tnhe Stanard Railroa of the Sonth..
For Sale by All Dealers.
Hold on to
and in times of adversity it will
hold on to you. Every business
man should have an account at a
good bank whera it will be safe
when be needs it. Besides the
advantage of being able to draw
agaicist it by check is worth
something. Thbis bank solicits
the accounts of merchants and
Home Bank and Trnust Co
G. T. Floyd,
SURVEYOR and CIVII. ENGINEER
Office over Bank of Manning
On First-Class Real Estate
Purdy & O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Manning S. C.
J. H. LESESNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
or a po<
1 ause' the
have built the
(style and fit,
here and get them I
very best styles an<
Children's. We a
want to see YOU
For Sale at Alcolu.I
No. 1 Pine Shingles, sap..........$2.50
No. 2 Pine Shingles, sap, .......... $1.75
No. 1 Laths...... ...............$3.00
Cull 4 4 Cypress Boards (very durable
for fencing and barn) .............$10.00
The Sap Pine Shingles will last at least 8 years on a
roof with proper pitch.
D. W. ALDERMAN & SONS CO.
I Pospril Farm Ilpe1 ul ! H
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.
The K. P. Fertilizer Distributor.
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 Two-Horse Plows.
The Chattanooga. One and Two-Horse Plows.
The Celebrated Stag Brand Paint and Stains.
The Beautiful and Sanitary Wall Coating
The American Field and Poultry Wire Fence.
The Red Seal Dry Battery (GUARANTEED)
The Edison Mazda Elec. Lamp
(It's only rival the sun.
Come and let us SHOW YOU.
GREENVILLE, S. C.
A College of Refinement, Distinctions and Character
A High Standard College
A large and Ab'e Faculty
A Select Student Body
On the Slope of the Blue Ridge, 1000 feet above Sea-level. Beautiful
Grounds add Handsome, Modernly Equipped Buildings. - I
A College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, offering Courses Leading
gree of B. Mus.Schools of r. Expressionn usiness.tote e
COICORAAN iDEAL COLLEGE FOR
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y are made by manufacturers who
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We have selected with exceptional care, the
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lanning, S. C.
Ashes of the Great.
The city republic of Florence gath
ered her fame::s dead at Santa Croce,
save "the :ll truscan three," Dante.
Petrarch and Boccaccio. England has
made Westinimter abbey the burial
place of such meu as Chaucer, Spen
ser, Newton. Darwin and Tennyson,
besides a baker's dozen of kings. But
in America the ashes of the great are
scattered far and w!de. Washington
rests at Mount Vernon. Va.; Lincoln
at Springfield. Ill. The tomb of Paul
Jones is an inspiration to students In
the naval academy at Annapolis. Poe
sleeps at liltiniore: Mark Twain at
Elmira. N. Y.: Alexander Hamilton in
old Trinity churchyard, surrounded by
towering skyserapers which embody
his philosophy of life and government.
Is not Americ:a's way the best? Eng
land and Florence make things handier
for the tourist. but is he the chief per
son to consider? Since our heroes
come from all the' land is it not best
that their ashes return to the soil from
which they spriug, till youth in every
neighborhood has some reminder of
public service and noble work?-Chi
The Torment of Cold.
I thank heaven that I know what it
is to be cold, to be cold from the
crown of the head to the sole of the
foot, to be cold from the cuticle in to
the heart, and from the heart to the
soul. I thank ?ieaven for it, because,
knowing this, I have a new revelation
of the possibility of suffering, and I am
able to find a paradise in a common
Knowing this. I declare to you there
is not a more pathetic sight in the
world than a poor man who Is thor
oughly cold from week to week. It is
the refinement of torture.
It does not gnaw like hunger, which
presently becomes a sort of insanity
and relieves itsetf. It is a dead. un
blest, icy torment. I used to see men
in the army whose silent endurance of
cold brought wore tears to my eyes
than all the hunger and all the wounds.
- A Candidate's Revenge.
French electors occasionally have
some home truths thrown at them by
candidates who fail to secure enough
votes. At one general election M. Al
bert Normand. achemist and druggist,
who was a candidate for deputy from
Montagne, received only six votes and
Issued an address thanking "the six
electors who showed their confidencein
me. They are the only solvent citizens
in the constituency, and I beg to assure
them of my esteem. As for the others.
I hereby give them notice that in fu
ture all attempts to obtain credit at
my establishment will be relentlessly
refused. During the last nine years
they have robbed me of about 3,000
francs in bad debts, which I have
taken no steps to recover. Yet when an
opportunity is afforded of showing
their appreciation of my leniency I
meet with the bas.est ingratitude."
Carlyle and London's Noises.
No one has ever inveighed against
the noises of London with such pic
turesque emphasis as Thomas Carlyle.
When Augustus Hare met him for the
first time at a dinner given by Lady
Marian Alford inost of Carlyle's con
versation ran upon the sufferings at
tached to a Londlon residence- "That
which the world torments me In most,"
he moaned, "is the awful .confusion of
noise. It Is the devil's own Infernal din
all the blessed day long, confounding
God's works and his creatures--a truly
awful hell-like combination, and worst
of all is a railway whistle, like the
screech of 10.000 cats and every cat of
themi as big as a cathedral." Against
this diatribe may be set the fact that
Carlyle spent the last forty-seven years
of his life in London without any com
pulsion to live there
Helping His Temper..
The sun was blinding, clouds of dust
were blowing everywhere, and Jones
was most decidedly off his game. It
really "put the lid on 1t" when, just
as lie was struggling to play his ball
out of a quarry-, a benevolent old lady
passed by with a companion. She
halted in evident surprise and pointed
with her umbrella at the earnest golf
er. "Deni r me. my love," she remarked
in audible tones. "what a very respect
ably dressed man that is breaking
Ho Admired Her Judgment.
She- Oh, Fred, dear, you are so no
ble, so generous, so handsome, so chiv
alrous, so much the superior of every
man I meet, I can't 'bellp loving you.
Now. what can you see in plain little
me to admire? Hie-Oh. I don't know,
dear, but you certainly have very good
The teacher had given the class a
talk on household pests.
"What, now, is the greatest foe the
housewife has?" he asked.
Up went one little hand.
"All right. Mary, what is it?'
"A husband." came the quick reply.
Away From Home.
"He is one of thcse near vegetar
"What is a near vegetarian?"
"lHe never eats meat except when he
Is Invited out."-Pittsburgh Press3. --
Force of Habit.
"Why did she want to set her hus
band's will aside?"
"Merely because it was her hus
band's and she had got in the habit of
setting it aside."--Houston Post.
We must not take the faults of our
youth into our old age, for old age
brings with it its own defects.-Goethe.
W. B. DAVIS, Agent.
Sum merton S. C.
KI LLTHE COUGH
FO LDS TRABTLFE
AND ALLITROATAND LHG TROUBLES
OR9 M'ONEV REFUNDEDO.
Week=End Summer Excursion
to the Seashure via the Atlantic Coast Line, the Stan
dard Railroad of the South.
Round Trip Rates.
From Manning, S. C. to Washington, D. C.,... $19.60
To Baltimore, Md., .....................19.60
To New York Cty.......................28.60
To Boston. Mass .......................33.10
Tickets on sale every day until September 30. via
Norfolk aud Steamer. with final return limit October
TO ISLE OF PALMS, S. C.-$2.20.
Tickets on sale for all trains each Saturday and
forenoon trains each sundaS until September 13tbh
1014, limited returning to midnight of Tuesday next'
following date of sale.
TO WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH, N. C.-$7.75,
Tickets on sale everS day until September 30, lim
ited returning until October 31, 1914.
For summer excursion rates to many mountain,
lake and pleasure resorts, and for any other informa,
tion, raservation, etc.. call on
H. D. CLARK,
Or address Ticket Agent.
W. J. CRAIG, T. C. WHITE,
Pass. Traf. Mgr. Gon. Pass. Agt.
Wilmington, N. C.
C. R. Sprott, F. D. Hunter,
President and Tres. Vice-President and See.
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Our;Milliners are experts in their
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TH E RE 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 thdir fathers
Fourth Car Mules
*to arrive next Monday.
A look, and our price, and goods make
you a customer-G-uess the Reason.