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fe .K: E PREB
$ for the Boll Weevil! He is +
in 250 miles of the South :
Carolia border, and he is +
coming at the rate of 44 4
miles per year.
Z Louisana in 1904, before *
Our Reputation, his advent, made 1,080,5126
+-bales; in 1910 she only pro- +
Our high financial standing, our re- $ bales . h
ources, all make it apparent to the : duded 245,6 bales.
diserininating man or womau Lb i This Bank wants to help +
This Bank. - you get ready; *
is the safest place for their money.~En- + 4
tt our accoant to u6 and you wi1 +
be th. recipient of every attention and
The Bankof Maning OF MANNIN6.
+ W. C. DAVIS,
R. C. WELLS,
W- 0 W aCashier.
Woodmen of the' World.
Ueets en First Monday nights at
90.JDr.Og'S Nw 1 .ePEils
Vtingu:Sove'reiros invited. The boat In the-WOrid.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
-Schools of Medicine and Pharmacy.
Owd&l and Controlled by the State.
Fine, New Building, ready-for occupancy October 1st., 1914. Ad
ntageously Ioca-ed, opposite Roper Hospital. one of the largest
-Hosatas io ;he $outh. containing 218 beds-;
PracticaI work for Senior Students in Medicine sad Pharmacy
Large and well-equipped Laboratories in both schools.
Department of Physiology and Embrology in affiliation with the
N-ne oUH teachers in Labratory Branches.
Si- graduated appointments each year in medicine.
For Catalogue, address,
OSCAR W. SCHLEETER*
- Registerar, Charlestou, S. C.
4 F R
J A OLD) CU-ED FO
ou wan to get rid of that COLD or LAGRIPPE
Suspurchase twelve of our Capsules, compounded by
us. t~faken as direeted and they tall to .cure, we will
Sildly refund youir money.
IJIC8ON8 DRU& STREU
TIME TABLE. NO. 1$.
nuJ~tary 1 1914. -4
~2 Rlead Doiwna ReadIT.
No. 1 N4. 3. No. 2. 3
SL. 1:00 LIv. 7:50 0 AlcoIn 25 Ar 7:50 ..
- - 1:05 * 7:55 2 UeLeod 23 Lv. 7:43 .
E 1:10 " 8:05 - 5 Harby 20 " 7:40 __
-1:28 4 8:10 7 .DuRant 18 " 7:25 __
-1:.35 " -8:25 12 Sardinia 13 " 7:0O ::
" 1:45- '" 8:30 14 NewZion 11 " -6:55
* 55 " S8 15 Beard 10 4' 6:50
-~ 2:30 " 8:50 3-7 Seloc 8 " 6:35
2:45 " 9:05 20 Paroda-Jt 5 " 6:20
" 2:50 ." 9:10 21 Hudson 4 " 6:15 2
- __ 3:00 Ar. 9:30 25 Olanta 0 " -6:00 m
- No 1-da~ly except.Satarday and Sunday.
No. 2.-daily except Sunday.
No. 3.-Saturday only.- -4
- *****"Al stations except Aleolo and Olanta are flag stations for r
-- -all trains. These ta~ins run only as abovA stated. All mixed trains.
__ ~P. R. ALDERMAN, T. M.
C Aleola, S. C4
* 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.
.Passeirkers may remain in sleeping~ cars until 7:00 A. M.
Returning, the train leaves Atlanta, 8:00 P. M., Central
Time; and arrives Sumter, 7.20 A. M., apd Manning. 10.24 A. M.
S- Connections-are made mn the Union depot Atlanta with the
"Dixie Flyer," (leaving there at 8:00 A. M.) which is a soaid train
to Chicago, carrying sleeping, dining ind observation cars; also
also through sleeping cars to Sp. Louis; and with the "South At
lantic Limited," (leaving at 7.12 A. M.) a solid tra-in 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 other diverging lines for points in South
-- 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.
The Standard Railroad of the South.
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[7K4 Its fackache;
____S, Xidriy m
(IoL~-j'~ ,. dneys and
For Sale by All Dealers.
YOU WILL KNOW
just-what you are doing, just
how much you 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
stand. Get this guiding record
by opening an account with our
bank at once. You will receive
good treatment froin us.
H~omle B3.k and Tnist Co
SPECIAL TO WOMEN
The most economical, cleansing and
germicidal of all antiseptics Is
A soluble Antiseptic Powder to
be )lislved in water as needed.
As a medicinal antiseptic for douches
In treating catarrh, inflammation or
ulceration of nose, throat, and that
caused by feminine ils it has no equal,
For ten years the Lydia E. .Pizkham
edicine Co.has recommendedl Paxtine
ia their private correspondence with
7omen,' which proves its superiority.
Women who have been cured say
it is "worth Its weight in gold.'' At
druggists. 50c. large box, or by mail.
The Paxton Toilet Co.. Bostor., Mass.
-far ebludreat safe. ae.e No oDte
have built the
'style and fit, a
You don't ha
here and get them!
very best styles and
Children's. We a
want to see YOU
them on our say-sC
For Sale at AIcolu.
No. I P;tie Shingle-.. sap..............S2 -:
No. 2 Pine Shingles. sap, ...$...... S1.75
No. I Laths ..$............ .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 Ip:-vper pitch..
D. W. ALDERMAN & SONS CO.
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 Acjme Fertilizer Distributor.
The K. P. Fertilizer Distributor.
The Gant Fertilizer Side-Dresser.
The Cole Fertilizer Side-Dresser.
The Iron Age'Hgrrow.
The Handy-Andy Horrow.
The John Deere Drag-Harrow.
Tfie 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 fet us SHOW YOU.
iTfgMnu Hrdwue Co
GREENVILLE, S. C.
A Cillege 4f R,.n-ment, Distinctions and Character
A'High Standard College'
A large and Abte Faculty
A Select SLudent Body
. On the Slope of the Blue Ride,1000 feet above Sea-level. Beautiful
Grounds and Hardsoime, Modernly Equipped Buildings. din
AColege o! Liba Arsan iences, offeringv Courses Leading
A (2cqervatov o!u ie- oerin .oPes Leading to the De
greof B. Mius. Schools of Art, Expression and Business.
AN IDEAL COLLEGE FOR
For free catalogue and announcemen~fts, a'ddress
REV. S. C. BYRD, D. D.., -- - GREENVILLE, S. C.
F o RBecause itPurifies
F O Re Bltood
DEAD WEAT loTD flOPLE SAY OP
LIPPMAN'S GR EAT R EMEDY-P. P. P.
IL ~rrdsn wn.ad sufee fteem hope bu nw confess that P. P. P. was
IT WILL HELP YOU, TOO-AT ALL DRUCITS-SI.O0
ofBeller Shoes ~
hoes, you never see the vital or hid.
, which either makes it a good shoe
r shoe-that is why it is always safe
noney in a pair of -- -
are made by manufacturers-whoP
r reputation on honesty of quality,
Lnd they stand behind every pair of
the Bell Trade...Mark-making it
you to see the hidden parts.
We Have Them
ye to search around for these shoes-come right
We have selected with exceptional care, the
leathers for this season ina Men's, Women's and
uter to the foot-needs of the whole family and
wearing a pair of LONGWEAR SHOES-buy
. JENKINSON, . ~
lanning, 5. C. K
Calomel is a powerful chemical made
from mercury-people should be care
ful about its use. The only sure way
to avoid the dan.ger of calomel is to
take no calomel.
DeLlson's Liver Tone, a vegetable
liquid of vleasant taste. more than
takes its place. Where calomel sbakes
you up and shocks your liver and often
makes you really sick, Dodsono' Liver
Tone, mild but effecrtive. builds,up and
s:rengthens. It, --liens up the liver.'
You feel fline after taking it.
Dodson's may be taken without any
restriction of diet or habits. You can
give it to your children with 'ne re
Get a large battle for 50c at Dickson
Drug Store, and if it doesn't do all that
you tink it ought.-!f it doesn't make
bilious spells mere trililes -if it doe.u't
-liven up your liver," your monev will
be waiting foryou and -e returned with
In making holes in rubber corks
much annoyance is caussd by the
punch making "tapering" holes and
"running to the side." A little am
monia water poured. on the rubber and
the boring Instrument cauees the hole
to become of uniform size at every
point and the operation is accom
plished with much more ease.
Can't Be Beaten.
Knicker-"What is the Ideal li
brary?" Bocker-"A cook book, a
check book, and a dictionary for the
baby to sit on."
Letters Passed Arcund.
"Ferdy says he writes to 150 girib
regularly." "He doesn't mean rhat
literally., He means that he writes to
pne girl who goes to a seminary."
A witness being sworn in Shoreditch
(Eng.) county court said he would tell
"the truth, the whole truth, and any
thing but the truth."
The woman who is looking for trou
ble never has any time left in which
to gearch for pleasure.
Questions Without Answers.
"Declare to goodness, ma'am," s9Id
the elevator man in the Woolviorth
building, "you've hardly any idea of
the questions people can ask. One
man looked in 4ere tho other day and
asked me how many windows this
building had in it. Another one, nice
loc ; ag old man he was, says to me
the other day, he says: 'Who is Mr.
Woolworth going to leave this building
to when he dies?"
The foot-pound is a regularly reo
ognized unit of resiLt in estimating
mechanical work. Iti represents one
pound In weight raised one foot from
the ground. One pound is the unit
of weight, one foot the unit of di
Books are the windofWs throng
which the soul looks out. A homf
without books is like a room withoul
windows. No man has a right to bring
up his children without surrounding
them with books, if he has the means
to buy them. It Is a wrong to his
family. He cheats them! The love Ol
knowledge& comes with reading, and
grows upon it. And the love of knowl
'edge, in a young mind, is almost a wart
rant against the inferior excitement oi
passions and vices.-Henry Ward
No One To'd Him.
A man was caught in the yards of
he Premier, Motor Manufacturing
:ompany the other day while helping
imself to a liberal supply of coal.
Efls captor, grabbing him by the col
ar, asked: "Who told you to pick up
hat coa! ?" "Nobody told me, sir,"
eplied the man. "I just needed It."
River of Time.
Time is a sort of river of passing
vents, and strong Is its current; no
sooner is a thing brought into sight
than it Is swept by and another takes
Its place and this, too will be swept
German Newspaper Readers.
Pupils in a German school were re
:ently tested as to their reading of
iewspapers. In the highest elemen
ary class of 44, 25 read a newspaper
very day; 15 at least once i week,
mnd four less frequently.
The great principle of brotherhood
s not by equality, nor by likeness,
rut by giving andi receiving.-Ruskin.
Very often a screw hole r -orn
so that the screw will not in
To remedy this, cut some >
strips of cork and fil up the! i -
pletely, and then force the a. in.
This will prove jurt as tight .-s If
driven into a .ew acle.
Change Always Going On.
Change is inevitable In a progres
ive conutry. change is constant.
lielic Highly Valued.
A handkerchief formerly belonging
to Richard Wagner, with a dedication
to the composer's bride embroidered
on It, was sold for ?720 at Munich.
W. B. DAVIS, Agent,
Summertoni S. C.
AND ALLTHROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES
0nn OnEYv nREUNOED.
doubtless heard of the farmer who kept his accounts on
the barn door with chalk, and the barn burned down.
Did It Ever
j strike you that you were :n the same kind of a "fix" when
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 b:rn door*
ben y ve money, and we'll remember you when you
Bank of T,
Turbeville, S. C.
9Q 2 P............ ... . Q....V01I .1. .
Week=End Summer Excursion
to the Seashore 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 City................ .......'.60
ToBoston, Mass ........-........
Tickets on sale every day until September .30s via
Norfolk and 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 13th,
1014,-imited returning to midnight of Tuesday ndxt
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 t6 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. WHITEI>
Pass. Traf. Mgr. Gon. Pass. Agt.
C. R. Sprott, F. D. Hunter,
President and Treas. Vice-President and Se(
NIlING OIL E1LI
Manning, S. C
SCotton Seed Produc
~High Grade Fertilize
We invite your inspection o
?Soring Millinery. We have the]I
Sstyles in Ladie's, Misses' and Chilk
Hats at reasonable prices.
Our;Milliners are experts in
~lines, and we guarantee satisfaci
GIA&REDON MILLINERY S'I
TH E RE IS
Our Mule Pen, Buggy Rer
Harness and Wagon Houses a
We are today doing busine
a thousand satisfied customs
were directed to us by their
Fourth~ Car M
to arrive next Monda'
A look, and our price, and goc
you a customner-G-u2ess the R