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We Solicit Your
Because we are Strong enough to take Care of it.
Because we have been doiig business with you for
nearly 10 years.
Because we keep your Money Safe in a Burglar
Because we will remember you when you need
Money, if you will remember us when you have money,
Because we are known as "The Accommodating
Bank of Olanta
OLANTA. S. C.
JULIAN C. ROGERS, President.
S. R. CHANDLER,
D. E. FRASER, F. A. MUNN,
Casbier. Asst. Cashier.
Established in i06. Capital Stock $25,000.00.
-iter Rilway and Mill Supply Co
SUMTER. S. C.
Headquarters for, and Dealers in
aalanized Roofing handled in car lots and less quantities.
Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Shaft Couplings,
Full stock on hand. Pipe. Black and
Galvanized, Cut and Threaded
to Sketch 1-8 to 6.
Packings, Injectors, Files, Iron, Leather,
Rubber and .Gandy Belts. Valves,
Fittings, Coil Chain, Lubricators,
Whistles-Anything you need
Gomneand see us, or 'phone, or write your orders.
attention" on -- :t,.
eC Railway and Mill Supply Co.
r ASprig Needs
We Have The Goods For V ou
Porch Rockers, Swings, and Lawn Goods. We 3
hae the ,Celebrated White Mountain Refrigerators 3
~adFreeners; Coolers. Side Walk Suikeys, Go-Carts, 3
-Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets, Oil Stoves, Screen Door and 3
.~~mdosRanges and Stoves. In fact, we have the 3
~~&ompete stock of
a've opened in Sumter. Drop in to see us when you 3
~mto Sumter. Cash or Credit. "The Store. Accom- 3
Genout of the Postofflce, -Sumter, S, C.
Mid-Summer Sale !
Stafted July 17 and will
30 DAYS -30 DAYS
THERE A MEAL OR LUNCH CAN ALWAYS
Delicious Ice Cream, Refreshing Drinks, NUNNALLY'S
CANDIES on ice in all sizes and prices.
Delicacies rn Season of Every Kind.
DIXIE CAFE is the Name-Be sure to bear in mind, for
IN SUCH PAIN
stored to Health by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegeta
Florence, So. Dakota.-"I used to be
very ick every month with bearing
down pains and
backache, and had
headache a good
deal of the time and
very little appetite.
The pains were so
e bad that I used to
sit right down on the
floor and cry, be
cause it hurt me so
and I could not do
any work at those
times. An old wo
man advised me to try Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound and I got a
bottle. I felt better the next month so
I took three more bottles of it and got
well so I could work all the time. I
hope every woman who suffers like I did
will try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound." - Mrs. P. W. LANSENG,
Route No. 1, Florence, South Dakota.
Why will women continue to suffer day
in and day out.or drag out a sickly, half
hearted existence,missing three-fourths
of the joy of living, when they can find
health in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
For thirty years it has been the stand
ard remedy for female ills, and has re
stored the health of thousands of women
who have been troubled with such ail
ments as displacements, infammation,
ulceration, tumors, irregularities, etc.
If you want special advice write to
Lya F. Pinkliam Nedicine Co. (conl
dential) Lynn, mass. Yourletterwill
be opened, read and answered by a
woman and held in strict confidene.
BENEFITS OF CO-OPERATION
Plan of Farmers' Association of
Moore and Lee Counties, North
"The Sand Hills Farmers' ossoea
tion" of Moore and Lee counties,
North Carolina, is a young organiza
tion as yet, and has no warehouse.
Still the members are determined to
market their cotton co-operatively.
Here is their plan: -
The associationwill rsquire of each
member who is willing to have his
cotton sold through its offices, a re
fusal on said cotton until it has had
the opportuNity of grading it, secur
Ing samples and submitting same to
the several large buyers a3id export
ers with whom the association is now
in correspondence,- and in turn sub
mitting the resulting bids to the own
ers of the cotton.
The association is in the possession
of a set of government grades or
samples, which are open to the mem
bers' inspection at the office of the
association at Pinehurst, and will se
cure the services of a competent
grader, whose expenses are to be met
prorata by the members of the as
sociation whose cotton he-grades.
The association will guarantee what
cotton It sells to come up to the spec!
fled grade and will affix Its seal to
every bale graded and sold through
its offices and It will hold Its mem
bers strictly responsible to protect
the grade of their cotton from the
time It is graded until delivered.
The association believes that by
adopting this plan the following ad
vantages will accrue to Its members:
1. The grower will be paid the full
market price that the grade of his
cotton entitles him to, which he has
not been getting from local buyers
2. By selling large quantities of cot
ton of certain specific grades In bulk,
a better price will be secured from
the large buyers, exporters and mills
than would be the case If the cotton
were sold in sall1 quantities.
3. The commlslon of the local buy
er will be eliminated.
4. By having large quantities of
cotton of specified -'es to sell, the
association will be A.. a position to
get competitve bids from the buyers
to whom It offers the cotton.
5. By guaranteeing the cotton- to
come up to specified grades, the as
sociation relieves the buyer of the
risk that he ordinarily runs, and be
lieves for this reason that It. will be
able to secure better prices.
Preparing for Winter.'
The cows should go intp winter
quarters that are thoroughly clean,
bright and sunny. This meas; that
the cobwebs on the walls and ceil
ings must be cleaned away, a good
coat of whitewash should be applied,
all the broken window lights replaced
and the windows made clea enough
so that the sun can -shine tigrough.
Alfal-fa Should -Not Forrow Sod.
Alfalfa should not be seeded after'a
grass sod, but may follow a cultivated
or small grain crop. The preparation
of the seed bed should be thorough
and extend over a period of several
wecks, so as to-secure a itirm and fine
ly pul-ized seed bed in which the
weeds and weed seeds have been, as
eenr !.tely; eradi :ated as rpossible.
C -0 ERTra: MVEAT tiRCLE
t erni-A :c xMien.Started Amon~g
tr-;cra on (hio Community
- .:.s?'1:.'. Juch Success. t-,
:.nc ',eza : -;o started here'a
c. pu stive met:.. or butchering asso
S :.aman~g our farmers whereby
-et'r a mest at cost. As soon
u r d'c.: v. xather comes this
oubctit:-s operation, write?
3 row: or Haneck county.
..0, ihe ar..and Home. Each of
t.- - ' m frnrr.; in th.s circle con
Ad> :: fted 1.eof.
\'. . fer:-t beef Is butcheredit.
* - .*up into -igiut .peces as evenly
,16 as p~osuble and each man
j.... CCa iecehome A bookkeeper Is
e .:.:ed and a ia- morandum Is made
o:: n piece. A:~ -.he next round of
c-!:: achi ma; is a different cut.
L.:i the seasoni.. over, which lasts
tw ' to three mont~hs or until pork kill
ing time approaches, each family has
cnued a beef and has had a differ
ent portion each time and fresh beef
at a nominal cost.
The circle was formed mutually and*
each man aims to be present and aid.~
in the killing, help weigh up and set
ale. Last year the price paid for dif
terences In weight of pieces was eight
cents per pound. Elach owner of the
.lmal butchered keeps the hide, tab
CO-OPERATIVE BANK SYSTEMS
Professor Austin of TexasMakes Con
cise Report on European Rural
F'rom a college professor, Charles
B. Austin of the University of Texas,
who was one of the American commis
sion to study European rural credits,
and who, together with other Texas
members. has just returned. has come
the briefest report yet published, and
also the one containing the most
healthy germ of common sense.
Professor Austin says: "The adop
tion of any system of improved ft
nances for the farmer, or a system of
co.operative marketing is not a ques
tion of constitution and by-laws. My
European experience led me to be
lieve stronger than ever that it is
a question of the underlying social
forces. Germiany is' credited with.
being the birthplace of the financial
and cooperative movements which
have meant so much to the European
farmer and peasant. But no EuropeL
country has adopted bodily the Ger
man system; each country has its
own economic conditions. Even with
a modification of the system it Is go
lng to require something more than
legislative enactment to get the peo
ple to adopt a policy of business for
service and not for profit, or to adopt
a co-operative banking system with
the motto of Raiffelsen, 'One for all,
and all for one.' Co-operation does
not come through the law; It comes
through the spirit. In the end, it will
be the American farmer who will give
the country a working, benencial sys
tem of co-operative rural credit, mar
keting, production or otherwise."
The meat of this opinion Is summed
up in the sentence "Co-operation does
not come through the law; it comes
through the spirit." says the Texas
Or, in other words, commissions
may investigate and report and ree
ommend, governors may proclaim, er
ganizations of farmers may pass reso
lutions, legislatures and congresses
may pass bills-but, after all, the
origination power for-making co4w
ation effective among farmers lies In
the hands of the farmers themselves.
Co-operatlon is a question of "under
lying social forces." as Profossor Aus
tin puts It in his schoAtic language.
That Is, if the people of a commun
ty want to co-operate and have the
determination to do so, they will find
a way. The "way" islincidental to
Bas You Child Worms!
Most children do. A Coated. Furred
Tongue; Strong Breath: Stomach Pains
Circles under Eyes: Pale. Sallow Com
plexion: Nervous, Fretful; Grinding of
Teeth, Tossing in Sleep, Peculiar
Dreams-any one of these Indicate
Child has Worms. Get a box of Kick
apon Worm Killer at once. It kills the
Worms-the cause of your child's con
aition. Is Laxative and aids Nature to
expel the Worms. Supplied in candy
form. Easy for children to take. 25d.
at our drugist.-Adv.
Medium's Fraud Exposed.
At a spiritualist seance at Osuna,
Spain, a parrot, which had been
trained to imitate the voice of a nun.
long dead, atnd which had been hidden
behind voluminous draperies, fluttered
down on the table. The medium was
mobbed by the company and seriously
Readrce and Nervousness Cared.
"Chamberlain's Tablets are entitled
to all the praise I can give them."
writes Mrs. Richa'-d Oip. Spencerport,
N. Y. They have cured me of head
ache and nervousness and restored me
to my normal health-" For sale by all
The principal poison in absinthe Is
a vegetable substance known zas
thyon. It is found in wormwood,
which Is used in making absinthe.
France is the largest consumer of ab
sathe, taking more than all the rest
a Europe. The consumption has been
steadily increasing, so that In 1911
ever 1,000,000 gallons of absinthe were
used in France.
You're Bilious and Costive!
Sick Eeadache. Bad Breath, Sour
Stomach, Furred Tongue and Indiges
don, Mean Liver and Bowels clogged.
Cean up to-night. Get a 25c. bottle of
Dr. Kinz's New Life Piti to-day and
mpt~v the stomach and bowels of fer
meiting. gas-'y fords and wacte A
fll bowel movement givea a satisfied.
thankful feeling-makes you feel fine.
Effective, yet mild Don't~ gripe. 2.~c.
at. your Druggist. Bucklan's Arnica
al~ve for Burns.-Ad v.
Derivation of Surnamw.
Surnames are not 'what they seem.
For instance, Lind is derived from a
Teutonic word meaning a "snake."
The apparently qgiet and harmless
srname Wren comes from a word
which denotes "raplne."~ Fish, though
such an Innocent name In appearance,
prginaly meant "Impetue-s"
Best Diarrhoea Remedy.
If you have ever used Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and. Diarrhoea Remedy
you know that it is a suiecess. Sam F.
Guin, Whatley, Ala., writes: "1 had
measles and got caught out in the rain,
and it settled in my stomach and bow
els. I bad an awful time, and had it
not beetb for Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy I could not
possibly have lived but a few hours
longer, but thanks to this remedy, I
am now well and strong." For sale by
Evolution of BIlliards,
The development of the billiard ta
ble has been Interesting. In those
far back days when billiards seem first
to have become an indoor game, a bil
liard table was about the size of a
big room. The average table was 30
feet long and 18 feet wide. The size
was gradually and irregularly de
ceased, until the present standard
rarom table was introduced at a bil
iard tournament held in Samson hall,
Pbadelphia, in 1864.
Cured of Indigestion.
Mrs. Sadie P. Clawson, Indiana. Pa.,
was bothered with indigestion. "Mly
stomach pain mc night and day," she
writes. '1 would feel bloated and have
headache and belching after eating. I
also suffered from constipation. My
daughter had used Chamberlain's Tab
lets and they did her so much good
that she gave me a few doses of them
and insisted upon my trying them.
They helped me as nothing else has
done." For sale by all dealers.-Adv.
Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Curs.
The worst enses. no matter of how long standing.
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
Pai-an Halsat.-esame 2seso50,s.Oa
should be "nipped in the .
bad". for if allowed to run
unchecked, serious results
may follow. Numerous
cases of consumption, pnetu
monia, and other fatal dis
eases, can be traceu back to
a cold. At the first si;n of a
cold, protect yourself by
thoroughly cleansing your
system with a few doses of
the old reliable, vegetable '
Mr. Chas. A. Ragland, o
Madison Heights. Va., says:
-I have been using Thed
ford's- Black-Draught for
stomach troubles. indiges
tion. and colds. and find it to
be the very best medicine I
ever used. It makes an old
man feel like a young one."
insist on Thedliard's, the
origiaand genuine. E-6
Folly of Revenge.
By taking revenge a man is but
even with his enemy, but in passing
it over he is superior.-Bacon.
Don't Mistake the Cause
Many Manning People Have Kidney Trou
ble And do Not Know it.
Do 3 ou have backache?
Are you tired and worn out?
Feel dizzy. nervous and depre.;ed?
Are the kidney secrt tions irtegular?
Highly colored; contain sediment?
Likelv. your kidneys are at fault.
Weak kidneys give warning of cis
Heed the warning: don't delay
Use a tested kidney remedy.
Read this Manning testimony.
Mrs. Joseph Wells, Manning, S. C.,
says: "I was afflicted with kidney coin
plaint and I suffered intensely from
dull, nagging backaches. headaches
and dizzy spells. Doan's Kidnev PiLs
proved to be just what I needed and I
had not u.ed them long before I was
relieved. I got this remedy from Dr.
W. E. Brown & Co's Drug Store, (now
the Dickson Drug Co..) and I cheerfully
recommend it to anyone suffering from
Price 50c. at all dealers. Dont sim
ply ak for a kidney remedy-cet
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mrs. Wells bad. Foster-Milburn Co .
Props., Buffalo, N>N.-Adv.
Waistcoat a Monarch's Fad.
Historians tell us that Charles II. o:
England made a. resolution to chang<
the fashion of his dress to one whici
he would never alter, and communi
cated this decision to his council ii
October, 1666. From a diary of thaI
period we read: "This day the king
begins to put on his vest, and I did
see several persons of the house ol
lords and commons, too, great cour
tiers who are in it, being a long cos
sack close to the body, of black cloth
and pinked with white silk under it.?
gnormous Demand for Matches.
The consumption of matches has
reached amazing proportions. Accord
lg to the Lancet, about 18,000,000
gross of boxes are consumed per an
num. 63 per cent. o! whilch were of the
"strike anywhere" and 27 per cent, of
the safety variety. This is 2,592,000,
00 boxes and more than 500,000,000.
000 matches. Friction matches welv
rt used in 18Z:3.
Another Exciting Game.
Friend--"What were your sensa
tions In the wreck?" Victimn-"Just
the same as In football. Three coaches
passed over me and then the doctors
Seyers Attack of Colic Cured
E E. Cross, who travels in Virgin i:
and other Southern Stat'-s. was t aken
suddenly and severely ill with co'in.
At the first store he came to th- mn"
chant recommendedl ( bambi' ain'
Colie, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remed v.
Two doses of it cured him. N.) one
should leave home on a jour'ney with
out abottle of this preparat ion. Fn'
sale by all dealers.-Adv.
"Why," asked the man In the brown
derby, whose attention had been call
ed to the unsteady progress of a tipsy
reveller who was passing, "do you say
that that man reminds you *of moving
pictures?" "Because," replied his com
panion, placidly lighting a cigarette,
"his eyes are filmed and he reels."
Shunting Him Off.
"By thie way, old chap, I noea a ilt
te money." "You may consider your
self fortunate. I need a whole lot."
Buckln's Arnica Salve for Cuts, Burns, Sores
Mr. E. !$. Loper, Marila. N. Y..
writes: "I have never had a Cut. Bur'n,
Wound or Sore it would not heal." Get
a box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve to-da'y
Keep handy at all times for Burns.
Sores, Cuts, Wounds. Prevents Lock
jaw, 25c., at your Druggist.-A d .
Precedent Already EstablIshed.
"What do you suppose your father
will say when I ask permission to
marry you?" "I don't know. But I
wouldn't worry. He didn't refuse any
a the men who asked for my four
atest sisters."-Detroit Free Press.
Stops lNeuralgia-Kills Pain.
Sloan's Liniment give instant relief
from Neuralgia or Sciatica. It goe'
straight to tha painful par't-Souther
the Nerves and stops the pain. It :.
also good for Rheumatism. Sore Thtroai
Chest Pains and Sprains. You don:'
need to r'ub-it penetrates. Mr'. Jt. R.
Swinger, Louisvidec, .Ky., writes: "I
sufered with quite a severe Neuralgie
Headache for four months without any
relief. I used Sloans Liniment tot' two
or tliree nights and I haven't suffered
with my head since." Get a bottle to
day. Keep in the house all the time
for pains and all hurts. 25c., 50c. and
$1.00, at your druggist.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve for all Sores.
HIOUSE OF REPRES-:NTATiVES.
N KE -l'ONSIE TO THE URGING OF TEE
f rierns of my nelvhborhoo.l. I have consent
ed to make the race as a candidate for the
House of Representatives subject to the rules
of the Deniocr.tic primary, and I desire to
state that I prope:se to enter this contest as a
Democrat solely and not as a factionalist.
W. N. RUSH.
Sardinia. S. C., June 23. 1914.
MY F END AND NEIGH BOIS HAVE
honored mne with an expressioni of their
conlidecve. by askine me to become a candi
date in the cominur pripiary. I therefore an
nounce myseif a candidate for tli House of
Represent:tives subject to the rules of the
Democratic primary. W. E. GIlm1tON,
Turbeville. S. (;.. June 19. 1914.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for the House of liepres-ntative.
from Clarendon County. subject to the rules of
the ). :;eratic Part...
HI-:RE -Y ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for the House of R-presentatives. sub
jct to th': rules of thi: Democr:ttic party.
R. D. WHITE.
o.fr i my services; to the people of Clarendon
for the pesition of ( ounty Audit r. believing
Iarn fultv ..mpetent to fultill th duties of this
very imiportant ottlee I arn a candidate for the
same. subject .o the rule, of the D:nocratic
A. P. RAGIN
Pinewood. S. C., J'une 2:. !914.
TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO AN
nounce myself a candidat,! for re-election to
the otlc;! of Cjunty Auditor for Clarendon
County. pied::ng myself to abide by the rules
and decision of the Democratic primary.
ANDREW P. BURGESS.
FOR JUDGE OF PROBATE.
SUlJECT TO TIlE RULES OF THE DEMO
cr:tIC Primary. I hereby announce my-u If a
caindid:t for re-election to the office of Judge
of Probate fur C:arendoi County.
J. M. WINDIA1f.
T AM SOIICITING THE VOTES OF THE
Democrats of Clareodon for the oillce of
Jul.p of Probat e. subject to the rules and re
quirenents of the Democratic primary.
CLARENCE H. MATHIS.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
tiidate for :-e-election to the odlcme of County
Treasure-c for Clarendon County. subject to the
rules of the Democratic primary.
L. L. WEL.,.
MAGISTRATE A' NANNNG.
T THE VOTERS OF THE THREE CLRBS
at Mannin:. and !he club at Bloomville. I
announce that I am a candidate for the oMca of
3agistrate at Manning. subject to the rules and
regulations of the Democratic party.
JOHN W. HEIUOTT.
THE M-AGISTRATE'S iFFICE AT MAN
i;:doe-s not belong to me. I therefore
hare to ask the Democratic voters in the up
proaching primary to elect me for one more
term. promising to abide the result of the pri
mary. and that I will suppart the nominees of
the party. If elected again to this oMce, t )rom
Ise to try and uphold law and order. as t .'ave
In the past. D. J. BRADh.m.i.
July 1; e. 1914.
I HiEBY ANNOUNCE THAT I AX A
cam.idate for the office ofl Magistrate at
Manrn.. and wilt asc the voters of the three
clubs at. Manr.ing and the club at Bloomvllle to
give re th-ir consideration and support.
THOMAS H IIIDGEWAY.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for the oMce of Ma:Istrate at 'Man
ning. subject to the rules of the Democratic
party. E. B. BROWN.
MAGIS AT DOUGLAS and SA\DY GROVE
To L.E VOTERS OF DOUGLAS AND
Sandy Grove Townships at the request of
mtany of my friends I will announce to the
public that I am a candidate for the office of
MagIstrate. for the Magisterial District of
Douglas and Sandy Grove Township.
Binding myself under no less penalty than
servir; the public to the best of my ability,
ind abiding the result of the primary election.
Safe guarded by the rules and regulations of
the Democratic party of South Carolina.
HUGH P. GIBBON.
o voters of Paxville and Silver Club Dis
trict. I hereby announce myself as a can
didate fur MagIstrate at Paxville. pledging my
self to abide the results of the Democratic
party and support the nominee c-f same.
N. G, BROADWAY.
EDWARD J. DENNIS
IN OBEDIENCE TO WHAT I
coiceive to -he a e:tV. I declare my
self a candidate :or Congress from
the First Congressional Distriet, and
I ask the voters of the District to in
vestigate, both lmy private and pub
lic .character, and career, that they
might form an intelligent opinion of
my fitnless for the place The people
in' Berkeley county, wvithi whom I
was reared, and who were in daily
contaucr withr me, have honored me
withI thselcommisiion ever since I
attained the age of 21 years. that I
have fatith fully carried ont the trust
reposed ini me is testified to by thiem
in seninlg mne to th'e lower House of
Repriesentatives, and to the Senale.
My experience ,as a Ilegislattor has
beeui long andl active; the records in
both branches are open to the closes t
scrutiny, to which 1 invite all inter
ested; this recortd will disclose the
fact thatr in all of my long career as
a legislattor, I was on the side of tile
weak tm.: inst the strong, both by
spechel und vote I a:n ta farmer. all
of ii . --"8 .were f:a riners alof my
interest is wiapt up in the faLrm
ing" interest, and I believe 1 know
the needs of the fairmems. I a-n a latw
ver bv profession, and whIe I am
enjoy in-' a goodl practice. my~ clients
are not the corpnorations, but tihe
court record-s wil! show my~ clients
are miainly from the farming., mer
eanutile, labor, and other avocations,
represenltinig thieii interests against
the corporations. I am asking the
suffr:ze-; of the people because I am
conivinited that I am fully qualified.
I kno1w that I am in symp)athy with,
tatd hatve the ability to labor for the
intei-ests of thme matsses. I know that
I can take care of every interest tis
State, and especially this District,
is directly concerned in. if given the
chance I shall prove muy worthiness
if honest and industrious endeavor
can accomplish it. I wont it to be
distinctly understood I enter this
contest of my own volition, without
having mrade any promises to any)
iniiviual, nor shl i I make any
promises to indiviuduals. I propose
to be the coiigre-ssmuan from tile
First Congressional District inde
pendient of all1 men. .\v sole alle
gience beinig to the muasses andI to
my pledges as Democrat. When I
shall have thet privilege of appear
ing on the h astings 1 hope all of t he
people will hiear me, anid thten I shall
endea2vor to (-onvincee themi that I
ama worthy andh well qualitied, both
in ebaraeter anid ability, to b~e their
Representat ive ini Washington.
EDW)\AlRD J. DENNIS.
Whenever You Necd OcGneral Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic propertiesof QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria. Enriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents.
Invigoratintg to the Pale and Sickly
The old sto::damrd general strengthening tonic.
G ROVES T ASTE.LESS chill TONIC, drives out
Malria.enricese the blood~and builds upthe sys
t..e. ru toniceo naduts and children. 50C
Can Be Wholesome, Appetizing and Econ
omical by Simply Using
Our National Bureau of Fisheries publishes the state
ment that the highest price Canned. Salmon. retailing at
25 cents per pound can is as cheap, considering it nutri
tive value as many foods that sell for much less per
pound, though consideted more economical, simply be
cause of their greater q-uantity for the same price. Sal
mon rauiks with Porterhouse steak, chicken and such
high-priced articles in food value.
A Good Pound Can of
-PINK SALMON .
Cannot Be Matched In Food Value For Less Than
One Half To Double Its Price.
We offer The Highest Qualities of Salmon For The
Moniey, From 10c. to .25c. per pound.
The Maunilg Groce0y Co.
PURVEYORS TO PARTICULAR PEOPLE.
JOHN G. CAPERS. (of South Carolina). Puttingter to the Test
Ex-Commissioner Internal Rernu *Joh. didnt I tell you that It. you
JIOSEPH D. WRIG HT.
J(ASEP D. WIGHT.came home tixIIY anuother night I'd go
CAPR b 10 orne, to my mother?*
APERS & WRIT,uder.
AT ORNEYS AT LAW "Then why have you come home in
Evan BudlN& this c.ondtior
WASHINGTON. Di. C. *Dwdnt you Shay (01le) you'd-go homne
- to your motherro-Boston Transcript
r The Other Fellow.
CHARLTON DuRANT, The woman who spends al of her
ATTORNEY AT LAW, time and her husband's income main
MANNNG. . C.taining a position in society Is a memn
MANNING.er of the smart set. But the fellow
-____------ ________ who stood aside and let the othe fel
low marry her regards himself as the
R. 0. PURDY. S. OLIVSa 0 BRYAN wise guy.-Loulsvll Courler-Journal
PURDY & O'BRYAN, Powerful Explosives.
Attorneys and Counselors at Law "What are the most powerful explo
MANNING. S. C. - ives knownrt quelled the young man.
"Two -prima donnas in one opera
company." replied the ex-theattrlcal
C. 0. EDWARDS. H. V pEIIIT manager-Chlcgo News.
DWARDS & PERRITT, Almost
E CIVIL ENGINEERS Hoace-Did the college authorities
AND SURVEYORS. reinstate young Smith after he was
Office Over Home Bank and Trust Cu., epelled" Helen-Almost Horace
MANNING S 3. Almost? Helen-Yes;I heard his foiks
say he was halfback.
R. J. A. COLE, Past
DRJ. . L "-So. woman, you treasure another
DENTIST. man's photograph?" .
- "Don't be foolish, Henry. This- is a
Upstairs over Bank of Manning. portrait of yourself when you had
MANNING, S. C. hair."-Lolsvile Courier-JounL
Phone No 77 CieeWiig
W.C. DA VIS. J,. W. WIDEMAN ods nw xmlso hns
DIA VIS & WIDEMAN, ~ lOs
A TTORNEYS AT.LAW, , r n rs il oemuti
.MANNING. S. C. -l a~g
1I. .l UPRANK G1E1GICR. ___________
MANNlNG. R. iC.I
BUCKNER & RUTLEDGE, A rtaecwcasedmb
DRAINAGE. SUPPLIES. soe.i~soeo h od
PINEWOOD, S. C. nfeigamccoaco.
G T.Floyd, offteig
SURVEYOR and CIVIL.ENGINEER ~ nyo odtc~bt loo
office ov.er Bank of MannIng C
3. H. LICSESNE,tki stbfrcaigtie
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Teqikra ceI aal f
MANNING, . thC.e ta ce swrh
Ever-ythiing of the best fc~r**
the personal wear and adorn ccienfd.Corha.a
menit of both sexes. bg.mnesadtrisaeas
We fill mail order-s carefully rwae-noueofmt
and promptly. ofwtr-sagd
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COMPANY,I t feecs ahdy s
- Charleston, S. C.Tefnrth o-tebetrtevg
Hacker Mfg. Co.
SUCCI~SSORs TO -G~crdrpdyadwt h
Geo. S. Hacker & Son, atepsue1 oenurt~sta
CHALETO. . ePosdttiner tothu Tst
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