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+Government experts tell qs
+ that the boll weevil will be +
+here m five years. +
1+YOU ARE WISE
in gettircg ready for him by
Vur: Reputation, i+planting a portion of your+
v land m
aPp high financial standi'ng, our re-|I+ TO A C+
6s, all make it apparenG tOths
I~ ~ t th at thIol+evlilb
Be equially as wise and leave
This Batk, -j the proceeds of yoinr To
haest place for their money. En-| bacco Sales with a good +
your account to us and You will + safe Ba-nk.
the recipBent of every attestion and .+
t his- i+ th+rcesofyu o
The Peoples Bank
askof Manning OF MANNING.
W. C. DAVIS,
. ~ ~ O.W9R. C. WELL sher
Woodmen of the World. C i +
Breets on First Monday night. at
O Dr.King'sNew Life Pills
The best in the world.
N0.gg 01 8 219 01SOIh 6IOII1.
SchooIs of Medicine and Pharmacy,
Owned and Controlled by the State.
OPE0ii~90001g IsI,1914, 011 Apo 11 191lG..
New Building, ready for occupancy October 1st., 1914. Ad
located, opposite Roper Hospital. one of the largest
the-Soutb. containing 218 beds.;
seteal work for Senior Students in Medicine and Pharmacy
-- well-equipped Lsboratories in both schools.
- 1.. ~ Department of Physiology and Embrology in affiliation wnh the
- WminfA teacbers inlabratory Branches:
graduated appointments each year in medicine.
OSCAR W. SCHLEETER*
-Registerar, Charleston. S. C.
N o ant6o et rid of that COLD or LAGRIPPE 1*
twelve of our Capsules, compounded by
.,Itakeu as directed and they fail to cure, -we -will
'a1yrefund your money.
DICSON SDRUG STORE
~ Acolu- Railroad Co.
TIETABLE, N.t, 13.
Read Down. Read Up.
Ko. 1. No. 3. ..No. 2. 3
P. M P. M. - A M- 2
~ 00 Lv. :.50 - 0 .Aleciu 25 Ar '7:50
'- 1:85 7:55 .2 McLa 23 Lv. 7:45
" 1:10 " 8:05 5.- Harby 20 -' - 7:40
e 1:3W -" .8:25 -12:. Sardinaia 13 j' 7:05
~v.~~' 1:45 -" 8:30 14 'New Zionl11 " 6:55 ::
1:55 " 8:35 1.5 Beard 10 ' ~6:50 -:
2:30- 8:50 17 .Seloc 8 " 6:35
2:45 9:05 20 ParoaJt 5 " 62
-2:50 ~' 9:10 21 Hudson 4 " 6:15
S30 . Ar. 9:30 -25 Olanta 0 " 6:00 -
]Wo..-daily exceptBaturday and Sunday.
No. 2.-daily except Snnday.
No. 3.-Saturday only.
HHHHH&AJ sttosecpt A}eolg and Oianta are flag stations for
H fa! rains. These trains run only as above stated. All mixed trains.
P. R. ALDERMAN, T. M.
2J ~ .~ AND ATLANTA.
Commencing May 3rd, the Atlantic Coast Line will inaugu
rate THROUGH SLEEPING CAR SERVICE between Wil
mington, -Florence, Sumter, Augusta and Atlanta, in connection
-with the Georgia Railroad.
- - Following is the schedule from Manning in connection with
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, 6. 00 A. M.
Passengers may remain in sleeping cars until 7:00 A. M.
Returning, the train leaves Atlanta, 8:00- P. M., Central
Time; and-arrives Samter, 7.20 A. M., and Manning. 10.24 A. M.
Connections are made in the Union depot Atlanta with the
?Dixie Flyer," (leaving there at-8:00 A. M.) wbich is a solid train
to Chicago, carrying sleeping, dining and observation catrs; also
also through sleepmng cars to St. Louis: an'. with the "South At
lantic Limited," (leaving at 7.12 A. M.) a solid t rain to Cincinnati,
carrying sleeping and dinning cars: also through sleeping cars to
Louisville and Indianapolis.
Connections are also made in Atlanta with the Atlanta and
West Point R. R. for Montgomery, Mobile, New Orleans and the
Southwest; with the Southern Railway, for Birmingham, Memphis
and the West and with othe'r diverging lines fo points in South
For reservations, tickets and schedules to any Western des
tination by this newv and attractive ronte, by old and reliable lines,
apply to H. D. CLom,
-- Th StadardTicket Agent of the Atla'Jic Coast Line.
- ma comi iloadm of the Sonth.
p- 2 hmatism.
For Sae by All Dealers.
YOU WILL KNOW
.BILL *!es .
just what you are doing. just
how much yod pay out, what
your surplus is, if you have a
commercial bank account. The
check book is a ready guide; one
glance at it telis you how you
stanl. Get this guiding record
by opening an aeount with our
bank at once. You will receive
good treatment from us.
Hlomei Bank ad Trost Co
On First-Class Real Estate
~Purdy & O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
- Manninge S. 0.
Whenever You Need a Genera! Toide
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
wllknown tonic propertiesofQUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out M~alaria, Enriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents.
Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
for ekildar .afe, seure. No omfaer
or a poo
have built the:
(style and fit, a
- ~You don't ha'
here and get them!
very best styles and
Children's. We ca
want to see YOU
them on~ our say-so
For Sale at Alcolu.
No. 1 Pine Shingles, sap,....... .... 2.50
No. 2 Pine Shingles, sap, .......... $1.75
No. 1 Latbs ..................... $3.00
Cull 4 4 Cypress Boards (very durable -
for fencing and barn) .............$10.00
The Sap Pine Shingles will last at feast 8 years on a
1f with proper pitch.
D. W. ALDERMAN & SONS CO.
IProsel Fa .peel
The Cole Corn and Cotton Planter.
The Cole Corn and Grain Dropper.
The Cole Fertilizer Distributor.
The Rex Fertilizer Distributor.
The Victor Fertilizer Distributor.
The Acme Fertilizer Distributor.
Th K. P. Fertilizer Distributor.
The Gant Fertilizer Side-Dresser.
The Cole Fertilizer Side-Dresser.
The Iron Age Harrow.
The Handy-Andy Horrow.
The John Deere Drag-Harrow.
The Planet Jr. Cultivator.
The Planet Jr. Cultivator with Sweeps,
The Syracuse One and Two-Horse Plows.
The Chattanooga One and Two-Horse Plows.:
The Celebrated -Stag Brand Paint and Stains.
The Beautiful and Sanitary Wall Coating
The American Field and Poultry Wire Fence.
The Red Seal Dry Battery (GUARANTEED)
The Edison Mazda Elec. Lamp
(It's only rival the sun.
Come and let iTs SHOW YOU.
Th huina Hndware C.
GREENVILLE, S. C.
A College of Refinement, Distinctions and Character
A High Standard College
- A large and Able Faculty
A Select Student Body
On the Slope of the.Blue Ridge, 1000 feet above Sea-level. Beautiful
Grounds and Handsome, Modernly Equipped Buildings. r
A College or Liberal Arts and Science% offering Courses Leading
A onservatr oMusic, offeringn Coured. Leading to the De
gree of B. Mus. Sichools of Art, Expression and Business.
COICORAAN IDEAL COLLEGE FOR
For free catalogue and announcements, address
REV. S. C. BYRD, D. D., - - GREENVILLE, S.- C.
F 0 RBecause it Purifies
* - the Blood
LIPPMAN'S CREAT REMEDY-P. P.P.
i.andawith P P e. copetl cured 3.Idy.I to yon mdcneas a kforlorn
H. Dav son.who ha suffered fifteen hope, bt now confess that P. P. P. was
IT WILL HELP YOU, TOO-AT ALL DRUCCISTS-$I.00
F. V. LIPPMAN, SAVANNAH, GEORCIA
of Belier Shoese
hoes, you never see the vital or hid.
, which either makes it a good shoe
r shoe-that is why it is alway a~
noney in a pair of ~st
r are made by manufacturers~ who
r reputation on honesty of quality,
nd they stand behind every pair of
the Bell Trade- Mark-making it
'you to see the hidden parts.
re to search around for these shoesZ-come right
We have selected with exceptional care, the
leathers for this season in Men's, Women's and
er to the foot-needs of the whole family and
wearing a pair of LONGWEAR SHOES-buy
'lanning, S. C. --
.nTTON AND BOLL WEEVILS
Experiments Conducted by Depart.
menrt of Entomology to Determine
Value of Late Planting.
Occasionally the theory is an
nounced that the boll weevil can be
zontrolled by late planting better than
by early planting of the crop. The
bureau of entomology. has conducted
many experiments to determine
whether late planted cotton will pro
duce a satisfactory crop. The results
have all been negative. The advo
cates of late planting, however, have
Two-Horse Cultivator In Florida Cot
contended that the- experiments of the
department have not been conducted
on a sufficiently large scale. On this
account an unusually large experiment
which was provided by natural con-/
ditions. in Louisiana is of interest.
In the spring of 1913 there was an
overfrow by Bayou de Glaize in Avoy
elles parish, occurring in* May and
cchtinuing until early in June. On
one side of the bayou a strip of land
one mile long and from eight to ten
miles wide was flooded. The levee on
the opposite side of the bayou re
tzined the water. Cotton was planted
early on the one side and late on the
other. It has furnished a large scale
contrast between the two methods of
planting in the same locality and on
identical soil formations.
Examinations which have just been
made by the bureau of entomology
show that a crop of half a bale was
made on the side that was not over
flowed where the planting was early
will- the opposite side which was late
plantnd yielded much less. A few
illustrations out of many that were ob
taine: will be given. 0. H. Joffrion
obtained a :jield of 1,125 pounds of
seed cotton from a crop planted on
April 15, while the crop-planted across
the bayou on May 20 yielded 650
pounds of seed cotton per acre. Mr.
0. P. Couvillion planted on May 22
and obtained one-fourth of a bale per
acre. In 1911 on the same'field ho
produced a half bale per acre.
Celery and onions are nerve tonic.
It is the last call for culling out the
* . *
Plan a rotation of pasture crops for
your sheep and lambs next year.
* * *
The 2':o keeps the cows from dry
ing up whePn the pasture gets short..
* e * -
Rem:nber that it is~ feed and care,
more thau breed that make the win
Sprach ha:. great asperient quall
ties ard is better than medicine for
Successful dairying is like riding a
wheel if yocu don't keep mzovino you
will fall oiT
ShEep need a :c: ( sup!!y; cf clean
water and salt shculd be always with
in thi~Or reach.
Anyway the alarm clock doesn't
have to run a half hour to wake the
milkin-z r:arlhire. I
IOne e the car:ca for weak lambs l3
the result of cm:pellng the ewes to
live on course feeds.
A chill breuW'a e-. hy its udde.r
coming in cot tac: -.:::h frorty g:-cund
is npt to ruin your best cow.
Don't atti::py o t~t cut tectionsi of
the ensilage. fur it will sgoil for seT
ral. inches en ::II eposed sides
e C 0
Dun't chan:ge hez ede Kep the one
ycu. hae a::d tr:; to implrcve it. Let
te otheor fellov: do thte cxgorimient
d>e :. the hecr that are intended
fo Ce. regular breedirnun:cs. 1V
W. B. DAVIS. Agent.
Sumimerton S. C.
K! .LLE COUGH
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES
doubtless heard of the farmer who kept his accounts on
the barn door with chalk,.and the barn burned down.
Did It Ever
strike you that you were On the same kind of a "fix" when
p you pay your bills by cash? A check is a receipt that can
never be denied.
let us use the chalk on our books instead of wasting it on
your barn door?
when you have money, and we'll remember you when you
Bank of Turbeville,
Turbeville, S. C.
Week=End Summer Excursion
to the Seashore via the Atlantic Coast Line, the Stan
dard Railroad of the South.
Round Trip Rates
From Manning, 6..C. to Washington. D. C.,.... $19.60
To Baltimore, Md., .....................19.60
To New York City..... .................28.60
Tickets on sale every-day :until September 30. via
Norfolk and Steamer. With final return .limit October
TO ISLE OF PALMS, S. C.-$2.20.
Tickets on sale for all traiut eacb Saturday and"
forenoon trains each SundaL until September 13th,:
1014, limited returning to -midnight of Tuesday -next
following date of sale.
TO WRIGHTSVILLE .BEACH, N. C.-$7,75.
Tickets on sale everi day until September 30, lim
ited returning unitil October 31, 1914.
For summer excursion- rates to many mountain,
lake and- pleasure resorts, and for any other informa
tion, reservafion, etc., call dn
H. D. CLARK,
Or address Ticket Agent,
W. J. CRAIG, . - T. C. WHITE,
Pass. Traf. Mgr. Gon. Pa-ss. Agt.
Wilmington, N. C.
C. R. Sprott, F. D. Hunter.
: President and Treas. Vice.President aud see
hllING OIL hILL.
Manning, S. C.
- -MANUFACTURERS OF
SCotton Seed Products
We invite youtr inspection of our
SSpring Millinery. We -have the latest
Sstyles inLadie's, Misses' and Children's
SHats at reasonable prices.
Our;Milliners are experts in their ~
Slines, and we guarantee satisfaction.
G L~INDON LLINERY S'TORE.
T HE 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 their fathers
to arrive next Monday.
A look, and our price, and goods make
you a customer-Guess the Reasoni.