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We Solicit Ior
Because weare Strong enough to takc Care of it.
Because we have been doing business with you for
nearly 10 years.
Because we kelep your Ione.v Safu in a Bar
Because we will remember you when Vou need
oneyT you-willy-enmber us when you have money,
Because we are known as 'The Accommodating
Bank of Olanta
OLANTA, S. C.
JULIAN C. RO(IERS, President.
S. R. CHANDLER,
D. E. FRASER. F. A. MUNN,
Cashier. Asst. Cashier.
Established in 1906. Capital Stock $25,000.00.
Sumter Railway and Mill Supply Co
SUMTER. S. C.
Headquarters for, and Dealersjn
Galvanized Roofing handled in car lots and less quantities.
-Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Shaft Couplings,
Fall stock on hand. Pipe. Black and
Galvanized, Cut and Threaded
to Sketch 1-8 to 6.
Bradle's Gin Saw Filers and Gunmers. Babbitt Metals
Packings, Injectors, Files, Iron, Leather,
Rubber and Gandy Belts. Valves,
Fittings, Coil Chain, Lubricators,
Whistles-Anything you need
Come and see us, or 'phone, or write your orders.
- "Prompt attention" or
Sumter Railway and Mill Supply Co.
#Your Spring Needs
We Have The Goods For 'iou
Porch Rockers, Swings, and Lawn Goods. We
Shave the Celebrated White Mountain Refrigerators
and Freezers: Coolers. Side Walk Sulkeys, Go-Carts,
K Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets, Oil Stoves, Screen Door pnud
A Windows, Ranges and Stoes. In fact, we have the
Smost complete stock of
__ever o.pened in Sumter. Drop in to see us when you 3
come to Sumter. Cash or Credit. " The Store Accom- 3
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In Front of the Postoffice, Sumter, S, C.
iMid-Summer Sale !
Started July 17 and will
30 DAYS 30 DAYSI
THERE A MEAL OR LUNCH CAN ALWAYS
Delicious [ce Camn, Refreshin'g Drin'ks. NUNNALLY'S
CAND[LES on ice in~ al sizes and prcs
De.lcacies mn Season~ of Every Kind.
DIXIE CAF \is- the Namei- He sure to hear in mrind. bor
Glassmaking used at one time to bM
the most aristocratic of all industries
A French law passed under Louig
IX. allowed none but men of noble
birth to set up glass-blowing estab
lishments or even to work therein
For many centuries this was the only
trade noblemen could venture to wor
in without any danger of losing caste.
The art of glassmaking reached Eng
land through France, and in Its early
days those engaged in It styled them.
selves "gentlemen glass blowers."
Summer Coughs Are Dangerous.
Summer colds are dangerous. They
indicate low vitality and often lead tc
serious Throat and Lung Troubles, in
cluding Consumption. Dr. King's New
Discovery will relieve the cough or cold
pro:nptly and prevent complications.
It is sooth in': and antiseptic and makes
you feel bet-tcr at once. To delay is
iawgerous-get a bottle of Dr. King's
New F-seovery at orce. Money back
if not satistied. 50c. and $1.00 bottles
at your Druggist.-Adr.
Evergreen ti-ces of any kind can be
made to yield up their sweet scent in
the winter if their branches and
boughs be gathered for use in the
open fire. The needles will usually
fall as the branchea dry, blit if they
are dried on newspapers or a large
sheet of cheesecloth they can be eas
ily gathered up to burn. Pine trees
are especially fragrant and pine
cones make a roaring and picturesque
fire, besides giving off a breath of the
pine woods whenever they are burned.
How to Cure. a Sprain.
A sorain may be cured in about one
third the time required by the' usual
treatment by applying Chamberlain's
Liniment and observing the directions
with each bottle. For sale by all deal
"I shouldn't mind, meself. if they
closed the 'pubs' a couple o' hours
sooner. Wot I sez is, if a man ain't
full by 'alf-past ten, 'e ain't -trying."
Only Empty Things Flat.
"I kept my head when I fell Into the
water," observed the young man.
"How fortunate," replied the caustic
maid; "it must have helped you S
nicely to float."
Constipation Causes Sickn.
Don't permit -ourself to become con
stipated, as your system immediately
begins to absorb poison from the back
ed-up waste matter. Use Dr. King's
New Life Pillsand keep well. There
is no better safeguard against illness
Just take one dose to-night. 25c at
Those who imagine that a creative
artist can, through the medium of his
art, express his feelings at the
moment when he Is moved, maka the
greatest mistake. Emotions, sad or
joyful, can only be expressed retro
spectively, so to speak. Without any
special reason for rejoicing, I may be
moved by the same cheerful creatIve
mood, and, vice versa,, a work comn
posed amid the happiest surround
ings may be touched with dark and
All's well If it ends well, but the
chances are that It won't.--Chicago
The great thing in the world is not
o much to seek happiness as to earn
peace and self-respect.-Hluxley.
The Twenty Year Test.
"Some twenty years ago I used
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy," writes Geo. W.
Br-ock. publisher of the Enterprise,
A berdeen, Md. "I discovered that it
was a quick and safe cure for diarrhoea
Since then no one can sell me anything
said to be 'just as good.' During all
these years I have used it and recom
mended it many times, and it has nev'
er disappointed anyone." For sale by
Judge"'It is testified that you
knocked him senseless. Is that true?"
Prisoner-"Well, your honor, he was
rather noncommittal after I struck
Tiny English Church.
The smallest church in England at
Fairfield, Romney Marsh, was visited
recently by the archbishop of Canter
bury. The building, an ancient one, Is
isolated In a meadow surrounded by
water. The six painted box pews were
filled with visitors. The primate
preached from a high pulpit, and- his
head nearly touched the oak beams.
Infection And Insect Bites Dasgerous.
Mosquitoes, flies and otber insects,
which breed quickly in garbage pails,
ponds of stagnant water, barns, musty
places. etc.. nr'e carriers of disease.
Every time they bite you, they inject
poison into your system from which
some dread disease may result. Get a
bottle of Sloan's Liniment. It is anti
septic and a few drops will neutralize
the infection caused by insect bites or
rusty nails. Sloan's Liment disin
fects Cuts, Bruises and Sores. You
:annot afford to he without it in your
home. Money back if not satisfied.
Duly 25c. at your druggist.-Adv.
Bemoaning His Youth.
Fontenelle, when nearly a hundred
years old, stumbled when trying to
pick up the fan of a young and pret
ty lady, says the Pall Mail Gazette.
While she helped him to reach It,
"Ahi!" he cried, "If only I was eighty
Arc You Your Own Judge?
A man cannot speak but he judges
himself with his, will or against his
will he draw3 his portrait to the eye
of his companions by every word. Ev
ery opinion reacts on him who ut.
Summer Constipation Dangerous.
Constipation ini Summer--time is
more dangerous than in the fall, winter
ar' spring. The food you eat is often
contamiinated and is more likely to fer
mnent in y-our stomach. 'rhen you are
npt to drink much cold water during
the hot weather, thus injuring your
stomnach. Colie, Fever, Ptomaine Pois
'ning and othe-r ills are nat.ui-al results.
'0-D)o-LM-x wi!! keep you well, as it in
:re:ees the Bili?, h e natural laxative.
which rids the bowes of the congested
posonous waste. P'o-D~o-Lax will
inake vou feel better. Pleasant and
:lfective. 'rake a dose to-nighf. -50c.
t moun Thnegiat --Ade'
Uving insects as Ornaments.
In South America and Central
America several species of living in.
i sects are worn as ornaments. ~A bee
tle found In the crevices of old walls
Is worn by the girls to ward off evil
Period of Sadness.
After twelve months in office the
chairman of a West Wales parish
council was about to give up his posi
tion. "And now, gentlemen," he said,
with feeling, "the time has come for
me to vaccinate the chair."
A bridegroom is a person who
spends a lot of money buying himself
a wedding-suit that nobody notices.
Sofa's Lost Opportunity.
Sofia, the capitad of Bulgaria, might
have been Constantinople, if the Ro
man emperor, Constantine, had ad
hered to the preference he felt at
one time for it. Several places were
thought of as. the site for the new
Rome before the unrivaled natural ad
vantages of Bysantamn secured the
honor-among them Troy and Ser
dica in Moesa, now known as Sofa.
E..cinles of Household Pest.
Among the enemies of the house fly,
including fur-gus diseases, protozoa,
nematodes, mites, spiders, the house
centipede, parasitic insects, birds, and
dfy-catching rats, Mr. 11. E. Ewing of
Corvallis, Ore., describes in Entomo
-logical News A strange parasite which
attaches itself to the ventral body wall
of the fly. It belongs to the gamasid
family, and as it feeds it hans on In
a manner nicely calculated not to
throw the 1ly out of balance in lying
S4eed Npot Be Ashamed of Name.
The surnime Snooks by no means
seems to be an imposing cognomen;
but, as a matter of fact, it is a name
of great antiquity, and one of which
nobody should be ashamed. In real
fty, It is a contraction of "Sevenoak"
It was first corrupted to Sennoc,
which in turn was oorrupted to
Snooks of today.
The Proff is Here The Same as Every
For those who seek relief from -kid
ney backach-e. weak -kidneys. bladder
ills, Doan's Kidney Pill; offer hope of
relief and the proof is here in Man
ning, the same as everywbere. Man
ning people have used Doan's and
Manning peeple recommend Doan's,
the kidney rememedy used in America
for fifty years. Why suffer? Why
ran the risk of dangerous kidney ills
fatal Bright's disease. Here's Man
Geore June, carpenter, Manning,
S. C.. savs: "My kidneys troubled me
and the kidney secretions were unna
tur'l and filled with sediment. My
back was lame and I didn't get much
res'. at night. Doan's Kidney Pills,
which I got at Dr. W. E Brown &
Co's Drug Store, (now the Dickson
Drug Co..) removed the lameness and
soreness and 1 soon felt much better in
Price 50, at all dealers Don't- sim
ply ask for a kidney rtemedy-get
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mr. June had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props ., Buffalo, N. Y -Adv.
Save Gentle Volce for Home.
I wouldsyto all: Use your-gen
tiest voice at home. Watch It day
"by day as a pearl of great price; for
It will be worth more to you in days
to come than the beat pearl bid :in
the sea. A iind volcs is joy, like a
lark's song, to n hearth at hoane. Train
It to sweet tones now and it will keep
iv tune through. life.--Eliha Burritt.
The'Case of L. L. Cetelor
The case of L. L. Cante'ou, Claren
don, Texas, is similar to that of many
others who have used Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Itt-medy.
He says, "After trying a doctor for
several months, and using different
kinds of medicine for my wire who had
been troubled with severe bowel comn
Diaist for several months, I bought a
25c bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholcra and Diarrhoea Remedy. Af
ter using the second bottle she was en
tirely cured." For sale by all dealers.
in Re Estate S. C. Turbeville De
Notice To All Creditors.
Notice is hereby given to all credi
tors of the estate of S. C. Turbeville,
decessed, to make proof before the
undersigned, special referee, within
ninety (90) days from the 11th, day of
July 1914, of the indebtedness dae
them respectfully. All proofs of debt
are required to be itemized and veri
Notice is further given that under
the order of Judge John S Wilson, all
oreditors failing to prove and establisn
their accounts and demands against
the said estate of S. C. Turbeville, be
fore the referee below named within
the time aboye set forth, are barred
and estopped from asserting or claim
ing any further indebtednoss against
the said estate or against the Ad minis
GEO. D. LEVY,
. Royal Origin of "Blackguerd."
The board of green cloth is respon
sible for inventing "blackguard," a
word that has -altered in original
maning. When first used it was not
at all a term of reproach, but referred
to the lowly but honorable occupation
of carrying coal in the king's palae.
Can you find any other bad word in
the English language tilat can boat
of such a royal origin?-Londos
If you will ta~e two thin lengths of
celluloid, put them in contact and
then suddenly and rapidly pull them
between your fingers, you will observe
they both have become electrified
not only on their outiide surfaces,
where the friction of your fingers
caused a negative electrification, but
also on the inner surfaces or the cel
Not so Strange After All.
You may think it strange that so
many people are bured of stomach
trouble by Chamberlain's Tablets. You
would not, however, if you should give
them a trial. They strengthen and in
vigorate the stomach and enable it to
perform its functions naturally. Mrs.
Itosie Rish. Wabash, Ind., writes,
"'Nothingr did me the least good u1ntil I
begzun using Chamberlain's Tablets.
It is decidedly the best medicine for
stomach trouble I have ever used."
For sale by all dealers. -Adv.
Finds Health in Lydia E.
Creston, Iowa.-"I suffered with fe
male troubles from the time I came into
womanhood until I
- had taken Lydia E.
.- - Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound. I
would have pains if
I overworked cr
heavy, and I would
. be so weak and ner
vous and in so much
misery that I would
be prostrated. A
friend told me what
your medicine had done for her and I
tried it. It made me strong and healthy
and our home is now happy with a baby
boy. I am very glad that I took Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and
do all I can to recommend it"-Mrs.A.
B. Boscar', 504 E. Howard Street,
Tons of Boots and Herbs
are used annually in the manufacture
of Iydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, which is known from ocean to
ocean. ar the standard remedy for
For forty years this famous root and
herb medicine has been pre-eminently
successful in controlling the diseases of
women. Merit alone could have stood
this test of time.
If you have the slightest doubt
that Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegeta
bleCompoundwil help youwrite
vice. Your letter will be opened,
read and answered by a woman,
and held in strict coniidence.
The quickest and sho
and comfort is a Bank accot
It is easier to start a]1
earn money and it seems ea
you have a Bank account.
true this is until you start o
have the ambition to travel
by starting one. You can L
* 4 Per Cent. Interes
SThe Bank c
rsaOn Fislanss .W RaEtate
Calarad my &wm towBynhp
:leat wih acordn ningla .
IAwll pto treherebyg fofrbte,
toreClarenon Cunt, ofn.V the. ina
etter oe discarge sas notisaln for
dltmas WilcardFeing larme a
minor.J. . UBOSE.
letersof iscarg asGuardian.fr
Newm ion . (., .Tnly 28, 1914.
I heeyanuc myCni
Candidate for Re-el
I hereby announce my Candii
Democratic party for Representa1
District, pledging myself to comp
On the book of
time your days
ire charged off
rtest route to indopendence
an-k account than it is to
sier to earn money when
YQu will never know how
ne anid we will hep al who
the shs rt ro'mie to suce ss.
t Paid on Savingjs.
I - ,
Everythming of the best fcr
the personal wear anid adorn
muent of both sexes.
We lii nmailI orders carc fully
Charleston, S. C.
c. H.LES N.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
MANNING. S. C.
Sucaen's Ami~ca Salve
The Resi Saiva In The World.
R. S. WHALEY
ction to Congress.
acy for re nomination by the
ive in Congress from the First
y with the rules of the party.:J
RICHARD S. WHALEY.
EDWARD J. DENNIS
IN OBEDIENCE TO WHAT I
,o ceive to be a duty, I declare my
elf a candidate for Cougress from
the First Congressional District, and
ask the voters of the District to in
vestigate, both my private and pnh
ic character, and career, that. they
might form an intelligent opinion of
my fitness for the place. The people
in Berkeley county, with whom I
was reared, and who were in daily
ontact with me, have honored me
with their commission ever since I
ittairied the age of 21 yearr. that I
ave faithfully carried out t. trust
reposed in me is testified to t,; them
n sending me to the lower House of
Representatives, and to the Senate.
Jly experience- as a legislator has
>een long and active; the records in
>th brauches are open to the closest
'erutiny, to which I invite all . inter
ted; this record will disclose the
act that in all of my long career. as
;L e-gislator, I was on the side of the
yeak against the .strong, both by
peech and vote. I am a farmer, -all
>f ancestors -were farmers, all otinv
nterest is wrapt uip in the farm
ing interests, and I believe I kno
the needs of the farmers. I am a law.
yer by profession, and while I am
enjoy ing a good practice. my clients
re not the corporations, but the
ourt records will show my clients
are mainly from the farming, mner
antile, labor, and other avocations,
epresenting their interests against
he corporations. I am asking the
utffrages of the people because I anu
-onvint ed that I atu fully qualtTfied,
know that I am in symp;athy with,
nd have the >ability to !aher for the
interests of the masses. I know that
[ can take enre of every interest ti
State, and especially this District,
is directly concerned in. lf.given the
hance ! shall prove mny worth.ness
if honest and industrious endeavor
an accomplish it. 1 wont it to bet
litinctly understood I enter this
ontest of my own volition. without
having made ainy promises to any
mdi vidual, nor shall I muake any
promises to individuals. I propgse
o he the congressmuan from the
First Conugressional District ide
enent of all men. .\Iyv sole aile.
;iece beim: to the muass sand in~
ny' pledges~ as D~emnoerat. When
hall have the p.rivilege of aIppear.
g on the hiustings I hope all of the
people will liea.r me. an~d then I shall
endeavor to convince ti~em that I
an worthy and well qualilied, both
in character and abilitysto be their
epresentative in Washington.
'EDWARD J. DENNIS.
F.OR STATE SENATOR.
TNDER THE RULES AND REGULA
uns of the 3)emocratte Party I announ.ce
y candidiacy for re-election to the State Sen
ite. LOUIS AP'PELT.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
[RE-PONSE TO THE URGING OP TE:
f insof my neigrhborhood. 1 have consent
d to make the race as a candidate for the
Eouse of Rtepresentatives subject to the rules
f the Democratic primary, and I desire to
tate tbat I propose to enter tis contest as a
)emocrat solely and not as a factionalist.
W. N. RtUSiH.
Sardinia. S. C., June :Rl 19t.
Y X.FRIENDS AND NEIGHIHOlRS HAVE
1honored me with an expression of their
~ondnce. by asking me to become a candi
late in the comingr primary. I therefore an
toune myself a candidate for the Ifouse of
Representatives subject to the rtules~ of the
emocratic primary. W. E. .;IHiHON.
:ur evile. S. C.. June 19. 1911.
HEEYANNOUNCE Mt!?enL ACAN
rom Clarendlon County. subject to the rule~s of
he ~nemoratic Panrty
RI. S. DE1.:CHiM1Ps.
HIEREhjY ANNOUNCE MYSKEF. A CAN
didate for the HlouMe of Re-pre native... sub
ect to the ruales- of the Democratic pacrty.
iR. D. WHITE.
oerm eices to the people of Clarendon
for he'osiionof ' -ounty Auditor. helieving
am fully com:petent to fulli the duties of this
ry importanot ofliee I am a candidate for the
n.. unb.-t to the rules of the Democratic
A.P. i:A.v I N
TAKE TIlS OcPPOtRTVNITY TO AN
nouz~ nc mso!: a ca ndidate f.r...-....:: '
b~e omet- .f County Auditor for tlar.ndon:
ouny. pie:nni:: myself to abid.yt- ue
ed decision of the' Democratic primarly.
No doubt you are, i
you suffer from ay of the
numerous ailments to
which an women are sub
ject. Headache, ba:k
ache, sideache, nervous
ness, weak, tired feeling,
are. some of the sym'?
to..s, and you must ad
yourself of ihern in order
tofeel well. Thouscnds
of women, who have
been baneted by this
remnedy, urge you to
Mrs. Sylvania Woods,
of Clifton MI'.ls, Ky., says:
"Before taking Car dui,
.I was, at tines, so weak I.
could hardly walk, and
the pain in my back and
head- nearly killed me.
After taking three bottles
of Cardi, the pains dis
appeared. Nowli Lfeel as
wcll as eer did. Every
suffering woman should
:A try Cardni" -Getabottle
S today. . E-68
FOR JUDGE OF PROBATE.
UBJECT TO-THE RILES OF THE DEMO
SeratiePrimary,hI ereby announce me a
candidate for re-election to tti omce of Judge
of Probate for Clarendoii County.
- J. M. WINDEAM.
AM.SOLICITING THE VOTES OF THE
Democrats of Clarendon for the offce ot
Jud.ce of Probate. .ubjeot to the rules and e
quirements of the Demuoc atic primary.
CLARENCE 11. MATHIS.
1 HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for re-eiecion to the oMce of County
Treasurer for Clarendon County, subject to i;ie
rules of the Democratic primary.
L. L. WELL%.
MAGISTRATE AT MANNING.
'lO THE VOTERS OF THE THREE CLRilS
at Manninx. and the cub at Bloomville. i
announce that I am a candidate for the ofice or
Magistrate at Manning. subject to the rules and
regulations of the Democratic party.
JOHN W. HERIOTT.
THE MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE AT MA9
ning does not belong to me. I therefore
bave to ask.the Democratic voters In the ap.
proaching primary t. e:ect m- for one more
term, promising to abide the resuit of the pri
mary, and that I will support the nommees of
the party.lf elected again to this office. I prom
ise to try and uphold law and order, as I have
In the past. D. J. BRADRAM.
July 13te. 1914.
HKREBY ANNOUNCE THAT. I AM A
canidate for the office oft Magistrate at
Mannin. and will ask the voters of the three
clubs at Manning and the club.ar Bloomv.le to
give me their.conslderation .nd support.
.TIHOMAS H itIlGEWAY.
HEREBY ANNOuNCE 'fYEF: CAN
didate for the office of W'a:i-trate at Man
ning, subject to the rules of the Democratic.
poarty. - - E. B. BROWN.
MAGIS AT DOUGLAS and-SA DY GROVE
.THE VOTERS OF IYJUGLAS AND
Sandy Grove Townships at the request of
many of -my friends I rill announce to the
publIc that I am a candidate for the offie 'o
Magistrat for -the XaglsterLzal District of
Douglas and Sandy Grove Township. -
Binding myself under no less penalty tban
serving the pubhe to the buot of my abil, ty.
and abiding the result of the.primnary e'.ection.
Safe guarded by the raies aid rezulaitions of
the Democratic 1,arty of South Carolina.
HCG P. GIBBON.
JOHN G. CAPER~S, (ur Sea h (C:on..)
- Ex-Comnmissione~r Inter:ai ~Raneu
JOSEPH D. WRIGHT.
CAPERS & WVRIGHT,
AT ORSYtC AT LAw
WA SHINGTON. 1). C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING. S. C. -
D C. J. A CULi.
Upstairs over Bank of Mannng.
MANNING, S. C.
Phone No '77
W.C. DAVIS. J. W. WIDEMAN
DAViS & WIDEMAN,
ATTORNEYS A T LA W,
MANN ING. S. C.
8. 0. PUR8DT. S. O~itVV.IO BRTVAN
PURDY & O'BRYAN,
Attorneys and Cunselors at Law
MANNING. S. C.
9. 0. EDWARDS. H. M. PERRITT
E DWARDS & PERRITT,
L CIVIL ENGiNEERS
Omeec Over Hqme Bank and Trust Co.,
MANNING S C.
BUY THE BEST
When You Buy!
A NEW HOME.
Sewing Machine: YoNu know.
what it means. A No Home
Rotary at $40.00-S10.00 eash
and $5.00 per minth. Write
JOS. S. DICKSON,
Alcolu, S. C.I
MTT ERS AND KIDINEYS