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Tickets on sale December 16th to 25tb, inclusive
aE d December 1st, 1914 and January 1st, 1915. with
limit January 6th, 1915, Between all points on the
Atlantic Coat Line and Connecting Lines.
The Atlantic Coast Line.
&The Standard Railroad of the South."
H. D. CLARK, Agent.
Alcolu Railroad Coo
TIME TABLE, NO. 14.
Effectlve Sept. 1, 1914. Supersedes Time Taible No'. 13.
Sta&oa Train No. I TrainlNo. 2 Train No. 3 Traio No. 4 '111.
Read Up. Read Down. Read Up. Read Down.
Aleslu Ar. 8:30 a.m. Lv. 10:15 a.m. Ar. 5:00 p.m. Lv. 8:15 p.m. 0
MIaod Ly. 8:20 " " 10:20 " Lv. 4:50 " " 8:20 " 2
Harby ," 815 " " 10:25 " " 4:40 " " 825 " 5
Duran "80 " " 10:35 " 4:25 " 8:30" 7
Sardinia " 7:50 " " 10:50 " " 4:10 " " 8:45 " 12
New Zion " 1:40 " " 11:30 " " 4:00 " " 8-50 " 14
Beards " 7:35 " " 11:10 " " 3:50 " " 8:55 " 15
SeloI -7:30" " 11:25 "335" " 9:053 17
ParodatA " 7:15 " " 11:40 "4 3:20 2 " 9:15 " 20
Haduons "7:10" "11:55" "3:10" "9:20" 21
Ohms 7:.00 " Ar. 12:05 p.m. - 300 Ar. 9:30 " 25
Train No.1 and No. 4 -re Passenger Trains.
Train No. 2 and No. 3 are Mixed Trains.
Daily except Sunday.
*"McLeods, Harby, Durants, Bmards and Hudson are flag stations.
P. R. ALDERMAN, T. M.
Alcolu. S. C
What Will The Harvest Be?
Have you ever stopped to think of what the harvest of
your life's work will be?' Are you storing away part of your
mony-WPp for the winters of old age andimisfortune?.
An investigation will you that our bank' would bet an
ideal place for keeping your:funds safely. It's a good plan
for every farmier to have a strong banking connection. You
may want to borrow one of these days; we caninegotiate the
loan for you, on good security, at right rates and. without
any red tape. Drop in to seelus next time you're in tewn.
Make the call friendly-you don't have to do business every
time yon om in to say "hello."
Imsmaer Us WheniYou Have Money andjWe'1Remember
You When You Need Money.
- BANK OF TURBEVILLE.
ACOLD CUED FOR
i If you want to get rid of that COLD or LAGRIPPEi
just purchase twelve of our Capsules, compounded by
Sus. If taken as directed and they fail to cure, we will
gladly refund your money.
DICOlKSON'S DRUG STORE,
THERE 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-G-uess the Reason.
D. M. Br adham & Son
Jam, From "Jamaica."
Jam seems to take its name from
Jamaica, and is comparatively a mod
ern luxury. Galt, in his "Annals of
the Parish," states that the fashion
of jam making was introduced into
Scotland about 1760, w-hen berry
bushes were planted by "some of our
young men that had been sailors com
ing from Janiica," and the condiment
was valuea in the first place chiefly as
"an excellent medicine for a sore
throat." A writer in Hone's "Every
day Book," in 1826, deplored the fact
that jam could not be "purchased at
the shops as other articles of con
Sick headache is nearly always caus
ed by disorders of the stomach. - Cor
rect them and the periodic attacks of
sick headache will disappear. Mrs.
John Bishop of Roseville, Ohio, writes:
"About a year ago I was troubled with
indigcstion and had sick headache that
lasted for two or three days at a time.
1 doctored and tried a number of reme
dies but nothing helped me until dur
ing one of those sick spells a friend ad
vised me to take Chamberlain's Tablts
This medicine relieved me in a short
time." For sale by alli dealers.-Adv.
"Parsifal" is interesting, quite apart
from its artistic merit, as having had
a musical instrument invented for it.
and named after It. The reprode
tion of the sound of church bells in
opera was long a difficulty. Real
bells simply 'drowned the orchestra,
and all substitutes were tried in vain
until Doctor Moti designed the Parsifal
bell instrument, somewhat on the prin
cipie of the grand piano. Eaeh of
its five notes has six strings, which
are struck by large hammers covered
with cotton wool. And the result Is
as near to the solemn sound of
church bells as the theater has been
able to get.
A Test For Liver Complaint Meatally Us
The Liver, sluggish and inactive,
first shows itself in a mental state-un
happy and critical. Never is there joy
in living, as when the Stomach and
Liver are doing their work. Keep your
Liver c etive and healthy by using Dr.
King's New Life Pills; they empty the
Bowels freely. tone up your Stomach,
cure your Constipation and purify the
Blood. 25C at Druggist. Bucklen's
Arnica Salve excellent for Piles.-Adv.
Ad &r we
!J 0o Bacicache,
For Sale by All Dealers.
Everythingpf the best for
the personal wear and adorn
ment of bath sexes.
We fill mail orders carefully
Charleston, S. C
Niotice to Creditors.
All persons having claim' agaiast the
estate of James P. L'angston, deceased.
will present them duly attested and
those owing said estate will r ake pay
ment to the undersigned qualified exe
cutor of said estate.
RALSTON E. SMIT H,
Lake City, S. C., R. F. D., October
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against
the estate of Alex A. Tindal, deceased,
will present them duly attested, .and
those owing said estate will make pay
ment to the undersigned qualified Exe
uutors of said estate.
Manning, S. C., October 12, 1914.
ures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Curs.
The wort cases, no matter of howlong standin
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
?orter's Antiseptia Healing 0i1. It relieves
Pala and Heals at the same time. 25c, S~c,$1.7'
The County Treasurer's Office will
be open for collection of taxes on 15th
ctober 1914, and close 15th March
1915. Tbe tax levies are as follows:
For State 6 mills; County 4 1-2 mills;
Court House Bonds 1 mill; County
Bonds 1-2 mills; Constitutional School
tax 3 mills.
Special school tax levies: District 1,
5 mills; 2, 3 mills; 3, 6 mills; 5, 3 mills;
7, 4 mills; 9, 10 3-4 mills; 10, 4 mills 11.
mills; 13, 4 mills; 14, 6 mills; 15, 8
ills; 16, 8 mills; 17, 4 mills; 18, 2 mills;
19. 10 mills; 20, 14 1-2 miils; 21, 3 mills;
22, 9 mills; 26, 8 mills; 27. 6 mills: 28,
mills: 29, 4 mills: 30, 6 mills; 31, 2~
mnills: 32, 4 mills: 33, 3 mills.
L. L. WELLS,
Mrs. McClain's Experience With Croup.
"When my boy, Ray, was small he
was subject to croup, and I was always
alarmed at such times. Chamberlain's
ough Remedy proved far be'tter than
my other for this trouble. It always
eleived him quickly. I am never
without it in the house for I know it is
positive cure for croup," writes Mrs.
W. R. McClain, Blairsville, Pa. For
Question Cleared Up.
Manning Readers Can no Longer Doubt
Again and again we have read of
strangers in distant towns who have
been cured by this or that medicine.
But Manning's pertinent question has
always been "Has anyone here in Man
ning been cured?" The word of a
stranger living a hundred miles away
may be true. but it cannot have the
same weight with us as the word of
our own citizens. whom we know and
respect, and whose evidence we can so
James E. Reardon. Manning, S. C.,
says: "Some years ago I used Doan's
Kidney Pills, procured from Dr. W. E.
Brown & Co's Drug Store, (now the
Diekson Drug Co.,) and I found them
to be a valuable kidney medicine.They
brought me prompt and lasting relief
fronr backache and pains across my
loins and did me a world of good."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Dan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mr. Reardon had. Foster-Milburn Co.
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
A Preachers Partisan Prayer.
It Is difficult for the fervent partisan
to avoid politics, even in the pulpit.
There are those, too, who never trY.
Among them was Father Taylor, the
Boston sailor-preacher. He was once
conducting a Sunday morning service
a few days before the state elections,
and he took the epportunitt of offe
tag up a fervent prayer that a man
might be chosen for governor- Who
would rule In the fear of God, who
would never be afraid of the face of
day, who would defeat the ringlead
ers of corruption, who would defy his
own party If It yielded to wire pullers,
who- Suddenly Father Taylor
paused. Then he brought his prayer
to an abrupt conclusion. "0, Lord,"
he exclaimed, "what's the use of box
ing the compass In this way? Give us
George N. Briggs for governor.
Prompt Action Will Stop YourlConirh.
When you first catch a Cold (o .: it
dicated by a sneeze or cough,) b! s not
up at once The idea that "It do mpli
matter" often leads to serious co me
cations. The remedy which im ing
diately and easily penetratesthe 1in ed.
of the throat is the kind demand he
Dr. King's New discovery soothes t
irritation, loosens the lphlegm. You
feel better at once. "It seemed to
reach the very spot of my Cough" is
one of many honest testimonials. 500
'at your druggist.-Adv.
Wet Clear Through.
'A little girl was playIng at the ta
ble with her eup of water. Her father
took the cup from her and In se doing
ceIftetally psilled some of the water
on her. "There," she eried, a she left
the table Indignantly, "you wt up
clear to my feelings?"
Keep It Handy ~Fer Rheuatism.
No use to Equirm and wince and try
to wear out your Rheumatism. It will
wear you out instead. Apply some
Sloau's Liniment. Need not rub It in
-just let It. penetrate all through the
i affected parts, relieve the soreness and
draw the pain. You get ease at, once
and feel so much better you want to go
right out and tell other sufferers about
Sloan's. Get a bottle of Sloan's Lini
ment for 25 cents of any druggist and
have it in the house-against Colds,
Sore and swollen Joints, Lumbago
Sciatica and like ailments. Your~mon
ey back If not satisfied, but it does give
almost instaint relief. Buy a bottle to
Though Allah and earth pardon sin
remaneth forever remorse.-Kiplie
Sick Two Years With Indigestion.
"Two years ago I wrs greatly bene
ited through usmne two or three bot
ties of Chamberlain's)Tabets." writes
Mrs. S. A. Keller. EBids, Ohio. "Be
fore takingr them I wus? sick for two
years with indigestion." Sold by all
National Floral Emblems.
The following are the national em
blems of some of the more important
countries of Europe: Scotland, thistle;
Ireland, shamrock; Wales, leek;
Fiane, fleur-de-lis; Germany, corn,
fower; Prussia, linden; Saxony, mig
aoaette; Spain, pomegranate flower;
MO0TOR CYCLES 1
W. B. DAVIS, Agent,
Sumnmerton S. C.
Men With Conceit.
Eaperience is a great teacher, but
there are some conceited men who imn
aggne they can give experience cards
an4 apudes and beat ft at the eachin
Chamberlain's Cogilemedy-The Mother
"1 give Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy to my children when they have
colds or coughs," t-rites Mrs. Verne
Shaffer, Vandergrift, Pa. It always
help them and is far superior to any
other cough medicine I have used. I
advise anyone in need of such a medi
cine to give it a trial." For sale by
Magic for Rust Spots.
'ro remove rust spots on bathtube
and basins and discolorations in toilet
basins and sinks apply muriatic acid
with a mop. As soon as the discolors,.
ton Is removed the acid should be
thoroughly sinsed off with clear water.
The acid works like magic; it is al
most instantaneous in its effect and
the labor of scrubbing Is saved.
Your Coldlis Dangerous Break il Up-Now
A cold is readily catching. A run
down system is susceptible to Germs.
You owe it to yourself and to others of
your household to fight the Germs at
once. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey is|
tine for Colds and Coughs, It loosensi
the Mucous, stops the Cough and sooth
es the Lungs. it's guaranteed. Only
25c at your druggist.-Adv.
low To Give Qulano To Children.
FEBRIN isthe trade-mark name given to an
improved Quinine. It is a Tasteless Syrup, pleas
ant to take and does not disturb the stomach.
Children take it and never know It is Quininel
Also secally adapted to adults who cannot I
take ord'nary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor
cause nervousness nor ringing in the head. Try
it the next time you need Quinine for any pur
poe Ask for 2onnce original pakg. The
Yur Spring Needs
We Have The Goods For Iou
Porch Rockers, Swings, and Lawn Goods. We -
,ave the Celebrated White Mountain Refrigerators =0
and Freezers; Coolers. Side Walk Sulkeys, Go-Carts, 3
-A Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets, Oil Stoves, Screen Door and &
Windows, Ranges and Stoves. In fact, we have the 3
0 most complete stock of
ever opened in Sumnter. Drop in to see us when you
come to Sumter. Cash or Credit. "The Store Accom- 3
-w ,n SHofY & SON,
In Front of the Postoffice, Sumter, S, C.
Whatever they may be we can supply them at onco, for we
carry the most varied stock of general hardware to be found in
this section. We have tools for all trades. kitchen and household
utensils and furnishings. farm implements, laddere, freezers,
grinders, etc. Everytbing ot the best make and all offered at the
lowest market prices.
OF THE -
you eve saw on display at
Values to 15c. Yard.
Special for the Holidays
Only 5c. Yard.
( a Bank Book.
is best for
There is no better gift for your boy than a Bank
The eariler the impression is made on the youthful
mind to save, the better it will b: for the boy and you
will have reason to be p, oud of him when he proves
the comfort of your hopes. It will help to build him.
right and teach him the value of time and money and
fortify him for a business career. Start him with $1.
4 Per Cent. Interest Paid on Savings.
The Bank of Manning.
WAGONS. BUGGIES. SURRIES,
cal o eeus e xpct t gtHARNESS, ETC.,
cal tose us Weexectto etin a few more Fords soon,
but they are hard to get now and the factory has sold all
they can make by October 1st. Also a fuli line of tires and
u terSt.,D. C. SHAW 00. SUMER,
The Common Carriers Ask for Re
lief-President -Wilson Directs
Attention of Public to
The committee of railrc?.d execu
tives, headed by Mr. Frank Trumbull,
representing thirty-flve of the leading
railroad systems of the nation, recent
ly presented to President Wilson a
memorandum briefly reviewing the dif
ficulties now confronting the railroads
of the country and asking for the co
operation of the governmental authori
ties and the public in supporting rail
road credits and recognizing an emer
gency which requires that the rail
roads be given additional revenues.
The memorandum recites that the
European war has resulted in general
depression of business cn the Ameri
can continent and in the dislocation
of credits at home and abroad. With
revenues decreasing and interest rates
increasing the transportation systems
of the country face a most serious
crisis and the memorandum Is a
strong presentation of the candle
burning at both ends and the perils
that must ultimately attend such a
conflagration when the Ilames meet
.is apparent to a'. In their general
discussion the railroad representa
tives say in part: "By reason of leg
islation and regulation by the federal
government and the forty-eight states
-acting independently of each other, as
well as through the action of a strong
public opinion, railroad expenses in
recent years have vastly increased.
No criticism is here made of the gen
eral theory of governmental regula
tion, but on the other hand, no in
genuity can relieve the carriers of ex
penses created thereby."
President Wilson, in transmitting
the memorandui of the railroad
presidents to the public, character
izes It as "a lucid statement of plain
truth." The president recognizing
the emergency as extraordinary, con
tinuing, said in part:
"You ask me to call the attention
of the country to the Imperative need
that railway credits be sustained and
the railroads helped in every possible
way, whether by private co-operative
effort or by the action, wherever
feasible of governmental agencies, and
I am glad to do so because I think
the need very real"
The conference was certainly a
fortunate one for the nation and the
president.is to be congratulated for
opening the gate to a new world of
effort in which everyone may co-oper
There are many important prob
lems in our complex civilization that
will yield to co-operation which will
not lend themselves to arbitrary rul
ings of commissions and financing
railroads is one of them. The man
with the money Is a factor that' can
not be eliminated from any business
transaction and the public is an inter
ested party that should always be con
suited and happily the president has
invited all to participate in the solu
tion of our railroad problems.
R. O. PURDY. S. OLIVER o BRYAN
PURDY & O'BRYAN,
Attorneys Counselors at Law
MANNING. S. C.
W.C. DA VIS. J. W. WIDEMAN
DA V IS & WIDEMAN,
MANNING. S. C.
On First-Class Real Estate
Piurdy & O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Manning S. C.
C. 0. EDWARDS. H. M. PERRITT
E~DWARDS & PERRITT,
L CIVIL ENGINEERS
Oflice Orer Ho'me Bank and Trust Co.,,
MANNING S 0.
At Alkolu until January 1st, 1915~
G. T. Floyd,
SURVEYOR and CIYIL ENGINEER
Office over Bank of Manning
cJ. H. L ESESNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
.\lANNING. S. 0.
MANNING. S. C.
B UCKNER & RUTLEDGE,
PINEWOOD, S. C.
DR. J. A. COLEi,
Upstairs over Bank of Manning.
MANNING, S. C.
Phone No 77
DR. Ji. FRANK GEIGER.
MA NNING. S. C.
OHN G. CAPE RS. (of South Carolina).
Ex-Commissioner Internal Revneu
JoSEP'H D. WRIGHT.
C APERS & WRIGHlT,
AT ORNEYS AT L~w
WASHIGTON. D. C.
Notice of Discharge.
I wil appl y to the Judge of Probate
or Clareodou count on th6 28th day
ecember, 1914, at 12 c>'clock in., for
eter4 of discharge as Administrator of
he estate of .Jamnes C. Riebiardson, de
eawa&. POWELL DcROSE,
Dinewoo1 S. C, Non. 9.th, 194.
is the best all-round nedic-e
I ever used," writes J.A.
Steelman, of Pattonville, Texas.
"I suffered terribly with liver %
troubles, and could get no relief.
The doctors said I had con
sumption. I could not work at
all. Finally I tried
and to my surprise, I got better,
and am to-day as well as any
man." Thedf ord's Black- -
Draught is a general, cathartic,
vegetable liver medicine, that
has been regulating irregulari
ties of the liver, stomach and
bowels, for over 70 years. Get
a package today. Insist oi the
for the Boll Weevil! He is .
$ in 250 miles of the Sonth
+Carolina border, and he is +
* coming at the rate of 44 i
+ miles per year. +
Louisana in 1904, before .
his advent, made 1,080,526
: bales; in 1910 she only pro- +
$ duced 245,648 bales.
$ This Bank wants to help +
+ you get ready. +
I The Peoples Bak i
+ W. C. DAVIS,
R. C WELLS, $
MILL WORK *
f Women Would
Pay by Check
hey would save themselves a
ot of worry and spend a great
eal less money. The Home
ank and Trust Co. solicits the
ccounts of women, [whether in 4
usiness or not. Call and see
ow many advantages are en
oyed by women who nay by
heck, Our officers will be~ glad
o explain them to you.
lloiiie Balik alld Trust Co
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against the
state of E. C. Thames. deceased, will
resent them duly attested. and those
~wing said estate will make payment to
be undersigned qualified administrator
f said estate. -
P. B. TH AMES.
Davis Station, S. C.
ov. 16th, 1914.
aientsever. Iniestiom. Pl.
SkHesdache, Poiond Systemand
K en acur Kin yes r rstanws
hea th ing active i r sy'
Ali Druggists 25 cents
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