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shoukl be "nipped In the
but:", for it allowed to run
unchecked, serious results
m follow. Numerous
-=caes c consumption, pneu
_ nonia, and other fatal dis
eases, ca be traces back to
I cold. At the fIrstign of a
cold, protect yowself by
Utloughly -caslng your
system with fWAOssd
thes cMk efa vegetable
Mr. Cha. A. Rad,' o
Aadison Higbs.V. say:
M 1 bave bew - l Thed
tods Black-Draugt lor
tomach toublese- iundiges
4 on. and colds, and find it to
t1 very best medicine I
- er -zed. It mates an old
lie a yong one.
wti .cn Thaedard's, the
n.d agequine. E-6
;::. Meaning of "FaIr."
an old English word, com.
4zMMoy im4eorrectzy used to desinae
an e~zeie, market show, or gath
eri"s for aiyopurpose where goods
are ofeored for sale or amuaemnte
ch.aIneins Cowic, Cholera -ad Diarrhoe
Remedy. - -
'!Ided thaboys' when they en
lisl! iz athe Spanish war to take
~a F.01ats Colic,'. Cholera and
eoC-i.4 emedy. with them, and
a r cei'ed ibanyAbanks for the ad
'i qgive, wites J. H. Houghland.
i a-a "No person whether
trjerfmlor r.jhome should be without
ais-iiat 'remedy. For sale by all
-swaims. or noxious Inusoe an
leise slly masered thaaraging bets,
so kc the victory over small tempta
tfs.gemter than that Mr bavy
E* see zoa brought back the sam
took to the banquet"
"Fe didn't see anything better"
Luek comes to them who help them.
elveirabd know how to 1alt.-MaI
U~t~norence. S. C.
~ tiantic C
* -~ ~reie bud Wadesboro,i
6m ~niand- Roanok
~D#ILY -S C
A5&MP Lv. Florence, S. C
1o.5-AwM.v Hartsyille. S.
11.3 Aw ~v Cheraw, S. C.
12 Nf "Ar. Wades boro, N.
4 Q0) P. ML- .Ar. Witiston-Saleiz
8.4 .g k Ar.sRoanoke, Va.
(ose connections arc mad<
with trai ~riig Pllman Ca:
F~or rates of fare, -and deta
tination by tis new and attractil
The nar Railroad of rhe Sc
to the Sdasior-e vathe Atle
T Round Tr
To Ne~w York City .. ....
Tickets op sal~e every d
Norfolk and Steamer, with
-TO ISLE OF PAI
Ticrkets on sale for all
forenoon trai'ns each Sunc
1014, limited returning to
* following da.te of sale.
'Tickets on sale everX d
- ted returninA until Octobe:
For sumner excursion
lake and.pleasare resorts,
tion, reservation, etc., call
W. G RAIG,
Pass. Traf. Mgr.
.t Sackvmll Mc!
~~ may bue growing
BAMBOO AS PAPER MATERIAL
Experiments Being Made With the
Hope That This Material May
Be Found Available.
Inventors are seeking a substitute
for the wood pulp In the manufacture
of paper. So far various methods
have been tried to produce the coarser
grades of paper from corn husks,
grass, reeds and other forms of veg
etable life, but print paper has not
yet been successfully produced from
anything except wood pulp.
In the far east they are making
periments with bamboo as a poasf
basis for the maing of pulp. Some
apitansts of the Orient have gone so
far as to establish factories in Siam,
Burma and India, but the undertaking
has not yet been altogether successful.
The great factor pgainst the success
of the enterprise in India seems to be
the question of saisfactory and cheap
Pulp so far manxdnbenm has had
the fault of being too dark in.color to
bring a asteT price. iBamboos
most of the tme so far have oost .41
gold atoo. Lttle of the prodnt so
f has been sold, but samples sub
mIttd in London tndate that the
compnymar receive as high as 58.27
gold a ton. The maximun output of
the factory so far has not exceeded
half of the original expectation of 18
tons of pulp.a day, but it Is now ex
pected that with a small addition to
the plant a normal output of 12 tons
can be maintained and that this rate
may be exceeded In time, with comi
-aratvely little additinal expense.
- The critical feature of the entire
enterprise seems to be in the matter
of bleaching the pulp. Experts claim
for bamboo pulp eertain advantages,
among which is the fact that bamboo
san be had In parts of the world
wer other pulpmaterialsare not to
be had: it produces a fne pulp which
felts readily and produces a thick
opaque'paper of greater thicknes
than usual for its weight, mang it
especially suitable for particular va-1
rieties of paper; the fne fexible fiber
Is easily digested by the ordinary bi
=nbha proess th bamboo canI
Enginenr Laugh at Obstadis.a
LIke the mining eng-ue, the bufn&
fng engineer now fnds practaly no
problem in hisSad which he can not
sobe, and the question of excavating
for foundations for high buildings Is
little more than a roatine matter.
Depth is no great hindrance, as has
been demonsrated In-New York. or
the greatest, oce atroture In the
world, on the site of the Equitable
buidingM destroyed by fre. the engi
neers dug awblasted far below the
street, and at a depth of eighty feet
found a rock bed around the entire
site for the mor eImportant base of
the fondatin It ison this bedrock
that the mighty coferdam. which will
[form the trulem f at a fndatn
covering over 49,000 square feet will
be baUfl The coferdam Itself, when
complete, will be a soid cnmrete wal,
six feet broad and eighty feet deep,
:strengthened or reinforced by beavy
md Roanoke Va., via the
finston- Salem Southbound Rail
em. Norfolk and Western Rail
- Ar. 7.30 P. M.
C. Ar. 7.01 P. M.
Ar. 7.15 P. M.
.C. Ar. 7.15 P. M.
Ar. 5.53 P. M.
C. Lv. 5.00 P. M.
N. C. Lv. 1.25 P. M.
Lv. 9.00 A. M.
Sat Florence, in both directions,
~s to and from the North, South,
fled schedules to any desired des
e route, apply to
* H. D. CLARK,
Ticket Agent of the A. C. L.
,ntic Coast Line, the Stan
of the South.
shington, D. C.,. 19.60
ay until September 30, via
final return limit October
,MS, S. C.-$2.20.
trairs each -Saturday and
aX until September 13th,
idnight of Tuesday next
BEACH, N. C.-S7.75.
ay until September 30, lim
rates to many mountain,
nd for any other informa
H. D. CLARK,
T. C. WHITE,
Gon. Pass. Agt.
ton, N. C.
W. 0. W.
Woodmnen of the World.
Meeats en First Monday nights at
We are prepared to in
at the following rates:
30 days, or 1 month at ---------
60 days, or 2 months at
90 days, or 3 months at ---------
120 days. or 4 months at-- ---------
150 days, or 5 months at ---------
180 days, or 6 months at
365 days, or 1 year ----- ---------
We represent none
and a 'phone call or posi
Manager to see you.
The F. N. Wilson
W'Next Door to Picture Show E. C. fORTON
part of -tha
~2~ mone pt
We extend a welcome to every man who works
hard for his money to come in and learn tne many ad
vantages behind a banking connection.
We want such young men to make this Bank their
Bank and you can easily do it if you will save just a
little of what you earn. Don't be backward about corn
ing in with a small beginning. $1 starts you.
4 Per Cent. Interest Paid~on Savings.
The Bank of Manning.
i; Yrwr Spring Needs
We Have The Goods For Y ou -
Porch Rockers, swings. and Lawn Goods. We
save tne Celebrated White Mountain Refrigerators
and Freezers; Coolers, side Walk Sulkeys, -GoCarts, 3
Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets, Oil Stoves. Screen Door and 3
SWindows, Ranges and Stoves. In fact, we have the
Smost complete stock of
ever opened in Sumter. Drop in to see us when you
Scome to Sumter. Cash or Credit. "The Store Accom
In Front of the Postoffice, Sumter, S, C.
Ladies' and Gentlemans'
NOW BEING SHOWN
In Style and Materials
Come in and let us show you the very newest
creations in what will be worn this fall and
D. H IRSCH M AN.
sure cotton on the farm
---------- 70c. per hundred dollars
--------- $1.05 per hundred dollars
----------- 1.40 per hundred dollars
----------- 1.75 per hundred dollars
-----------2.10 per hundred dollars
----------- 2.45 per hundred dollars
----------- 3.50 per hundred dollars
but the best companies
;al card will bring our
Manager. WTNext Door to Picture Show
C. R. Sprott, F. D. Hunter,
President and Treas. Vice-President and Sec. .
SjgNING OIL KILLA4
Manning, S. C.
Cotton Seed Products
~High Grade Fertilizers
We invite your inspection of our
SSpring Millinery. We have the latest
Sstyles in Ladie's, Misses' and Children's
Hats at reasonable prices.
Our:Milliners are experts in their
Slnes, and we guarantee satisfaction.
ICLAREDON MILLINERY STOR
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* their fathers
Fourth Car Mules
to arrive next Monday.
A look, and our price, and goods make
you a customer-Guess the Reason.
TO TUE TINES OFFICE.
Dinner Evidently Was a zuccess.
The Ladies' Aid of Buffalo gave
big chicken pie dinner at the sale i
Shiell's hall last Saturday. There wa
a large attendance and the whole a:
fair was a success. The ladies knoi
that advertising pays, and they patror
ized the pages of the Review liberall
with their announcements. The won
en that made the chicken pies were Q
the job with both feet and their hat
on and the fried cake and bean artist
produced an article that tasted mor
ish. There was a big bunch of youni
sters present ard when the7 got a
tion on the chicken pie and othe
"ftxens" the food disappeared like wi
ter down a badger hole. The final
cial end of the dinner produced tb
sum of $165.50 in cash. There is n
disputing the fact that when the LA
dies' Aid of Buffalo squares away to d
things they do them.-Buffalo (Mont.
High-Speed Shorthand Machine.
A new shorthand machine, calle
the stenotype, has Inade Its appea1
ance at a competition In New York. I
takes down 592 words a minute an,
weighs eight pounds. The working C
it is based on phonetic spelling. Ses
eral letters can be printed by strikin
one key, while It is possible to strik
two keys with one finger. The 23 key
represent seven consonants and ever
combination of sounds used in speec
together with about 150 standsrd at
breviations-the sole code that the 01
erator must master. The machine I
not being sold to the general public
the sale being restricted to students c
business schools qualified as comp(
tent operators, in order to keep the d(
vice from becoming a drug on the ma
Cynics In Politics.
A new York reformer said at a dil
"We have no use for the cynic-n
use for the man who, having bee
asked to define the word 'reformer
"'Reformer? -Oh, he's a chap wh
failed to get an ofce out of eithe
Eve it a Suffragist.
OA woman ought to stay at home al
tending to the dinner," said the ma:
who resents present tendencies.
"No," repUed Mr. Meekton. "that
where-the hnman race made its fin
great mistake. If Eve had been ou
lecturing instemet of passing roun
the fruit, we'd liaie been spared a
Immense amount of trouhla"-h
HIT HIGHEST MARKET PRICI
Easier Done With Grain Crops Tha
With Livestock-Animals Must
Go When They Are Ready.
It is much easier,' generally speaI
Ing, to hit the highest market pric
ith grain crops than it is with liv(
stock. Thera are various powerfu
Interests that aim at certain season
of the year to. depreciate the price
of meat products and grain. Tb
grain farmer is less at their mere
than the stock farmer, because b
can, as a rule, hold his grain for i
few months untl the market suiti
him. The stockman cannot do this
with his cattle, sheep and swine ti
anything like the same extent Cat
tie, sheep and swine must go whel
they are ready for market. It Is thi
beat thing a farmer can do to se
when they are ready, that Is, whel
they have racnhed a weight at whic1
he cannot add more weight at
profit. The only advice that it is safi
to give on this point Is to avoid beini
a market chaser, and to sell fattenet
stock when It Is fit to ship. There
is a large expense connected wit]
bolding fat stock and In many In
stances the market goes the wronj
ray. Every farmer knows that wit]
porn at, say 50 cents, he is assumini
ie role of a speculator by holding a
bunch for a hiigher market, after mosi
a the food of support and the food
> gain becomes a dminishing quan
Ity, dminished to such an extent thai
le cannot make a profitable increas4
mu his stock.
lEJUVENATE AN OLD ORCHARD
lcraso In Size and Color of FruHl
Is Very Largely Due to .Judlolous
UJ. of Prune Saw.
By 9. VAN 8MIrE, Colorado Agricul
Our attention is being called every
lay to the example of some farmer
ith an Idea, who takes a pruning
aw and goes Into an old and unprofit,
Lble orchard and makes It pay attrao
ive dividends. Proper cultivation and
praying are Important factors fi
uch a rejuvenation, but the increase
n size and color of fruit Is very large
y due to~judicious prunln&
In old orchards which have beezi
iglected the thing most noticeable
s the fact that the tree tops contain
;o much wood; too many limbs.
Iany of these are large limbs which
houd have been cut out years age
vhen they were small and the shock
o the tree would not have been sc
~reat, to say nothing of the saving of
lant food used in the production of
rrgated Orchard Near Montrose, Gel.
his superfluous wood. One of the
nost valuable Qualities of market
rut is good, attractive color. It takes
ight and plenty of it to make good
lor and the tree top with too many
>ranches will keep out the snlight
Ld, consequently, will not produce
In market fruit, size as well as col
ir is important. The tree that tries
o prduce too many apples will be
table to bring them to a good size.
'hinning the fruit wll aid very ma
erially in increasing the size, but a
ood deal of work in thinning can be
aved by taking out some of the eutra
vnnA this winter.
IN ALL OUR
There Is Hardly A Woman
Who Does Not Rely Upon
a Lydia E. Pinkam's Veg
Princeton, Ill.-"I had infamatDon,
r hard headaches in the back of my neck
and a weakness all
caused by female
trouble, and I took
C Lydia E. Pinkham's
I - pond with such ex
cellent results thatI
am now feeling fine.
I recommend the
/ Compoundand praise
it.to all. I shall be
- glad to have you
teei ri 8publish my letter.
fThere is sarcely a neighbor around me
whodoesnotuse yourmedicine. "-Mrs.
J. F. JOHNSON, R. No. 4, Box20,Prince
s Experience of a Nurse.
r PoInd,N.Y.-"Inmy.experience as a
, nurse I certainly think Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound is a great
. medicine. I wish all women with fe
s male troubles wod te it. I took it
when passing throug., Change of
f Life with great resulteind I always re
commend the Compcradto all my p&
A tients if I know of t'eir condition in
. time. I will gladly do all.I,can to help
others to know of this great medicine. e!
-Mrs. HORACE NEWMAN, Poland, Her.
kimer Co., N. Y.
If you are ili do not drag aloniutil
an operation is necesmry, but at'once
3 take Lydia E Pilanm's Vegstable
3 Compound - -
Lydia E.Pinkham Mfedicbndo.,
r (confidential) Lynn,Mass,
The next examination for securin
Teacher's certificates will ba helda
I the court house in Manning, Friday r
October 2nd, 1914.
a The examination will bezin at nine
o'clock, and will embtrace the following
t subjects: arithmetic, algebra, agrica'
ture, geography, grammar, h-s&Te~wy
physiology,* pedagog&Y, civics andcu
All applicants should make it a poin't
to be on hand very eariy, , as it fre
quently happens more time is need
than they have.
Every one who expects to teach
school during the coming session, and
who has not a valid certificate, or a
diploma froin an accredited college
should not overlook tbe importance of
If you begin teaching in this county
without qualifying under the law, you
run the risk of having the position do
Thebest planis to quality under the
law before you begin your school, and
B thus take no risk
Very respect fuliy.
E J. BnqwN,
Counry Supt. of Education.
Jury ist Week Fall Term Cocrt..
SA J Geddings Remini
E L Frierson 'Wilson, R F D'
J H Childers Davis Station
B ERichbourg Manning R FD
F P Ervin Manning
A G White Manning R F D
L B McFaddin -. -sardinia
J M Barwick Wilson R F D
W DScurry Mduning RF D
N L Brougton Pinewood
I C WBradham New Zion RF D
J5 H Dingle Summterton R F-D
John C Harvin Alcola
A GAltman Manning RF D
E W Cutter Davis Station
B Walker Holladay Manning
John L Barrow New Zion R F D
~J QRoss SummertonR F.D
tHampton White Foreston
W Ira Buddin Turbeville R F D
J ColJolinson Manning RF D
J M Lide Pinewood
S B RDavis Silver R FD
Rutbren Plowden Manning R FD
M W Rickenbaker Sum
SLmerton . R FD
PA Hodge .Paxville
R B Mellette Jr Sum
mnerton R F D
J MMims . Lake City RF D
T H Gentry Summnerton
Henry F Stack Pinewood
G M Smith Manning
A F Richardson Pinewood
J B Cutter Silver
0 E Hodge Manning R F:D
J E Millsapp Sardinia
For Tnant and Ch'Mdea
In Use For Over 30 Years
Signature of ,
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
to a Commission issued by '. Secretary
of State of South Carclina, constituting
te undersigned a beard of Cotrporators.
Books of Subscriptom~ to the capite l
stock of Savannah Western Railroad
Company will be opened at the offices
of Ed war& D. Craig, Attorney at Lawr,
Third Floor National Loan & Ex
chanee Ba~nk Building, in the City Qf
Columbia, S. C.. on the 28th day of
Sepem ber, 1914, at 10:00 o'clock in the
fornon. The minimurai capital stock
to be 8100.000 divided into one thousand
shares of the par value of $100.00 each,
and the minimum amount to which
said capital stock may be hereafter in
creased to be 51.000.000, divided into
ten thousand shares of the par value of
Notice is also given that said parties
propose to ask on behalf of the pro
posed corporation for the power to con
dm lands for rights of way and that
application therefore will be made to
the secretary of State of South Caro
ina at his office iu the City of Colum
bia, S. C., on the 28th day of Septem
ber, 1914, at 12:00 o'clock noon, the
proposed route is as follows: beginning
at a point at and in the towns 'of Estill
and Lena in Goetbe Township Ramp;
ton County, thence through Goethe
and Peoples Townships in Hampton
County, thence through Braxton and
Warren Townships in Colleton County,
thence through Fish Pond Township
in Bamberg County, thence through
Branchyille, Cow Castle, Providence
and Vance Townships in Orangeburg
County, and thence into and through
St. Paul Township in Clarendon Coun
ty, to and into St. Paul in said County
of Clarendon. a distance of approx:
mately 90 miles, all in the State of
G. H. MILLIGAN.
ADRTIA N M. REA.