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c. Rl, Sprott, F. D. Htunter,
SPresident and Treas. Vice-President and sec.
1110 OIL IILLI
Manning, S. C.
L Ctton Seed Products]
High Grade Fertilizers_
Alcolu Railroad I Co.
TIME TABLE, NO. 14.
Effective Sept. 1, 1914. Supersedes Time Table No. 13.
Station Train No.I TrainNo.: TranNo.3 TrainNo.4 W.
Read Up. P~ead Down. Read Up. Read Down.
Alcelu Ar. 8:30 a.m. Lv. 10:15 am. Ar. 5:00 p.m. Ly. 8:15 p.m. 0
MoLeod Lv.8:20 " 10:20 " Lv, 4:50 g . 8:20 4 2
- Harby " 8:15 "10:25 " " 4:40 " 8:25 " 5
Du'a&t " 6805 "10: "4: "8:30% 7.
BardinIa "7:50 "10:5 "4:10 "8:45" 12
-NwZion " 7:40 " I 11:30 4:00 80
Beards " 46 Is 11:10 3:50 8 15
Seloc "7.30" 4"11:25" 3:35" 905 17
Paroda t." 7:15 " 11:40 3:2 6 " 9:15 " 20
Huda4 "7:10 "110 It.10 "9:20 21
7:00 Ar. 12: p.m. 3:00 Ar. 9:30 25
Train No.S1 and No. 4ue T assenger TraNs.
Train No. 2 and No. 3 are Mixed TrainNM
Dsll -except SuIX!5Y.
es4W"*MLeods, Harby,.Durants. Be-ards and Hudson are flag statious.
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FEEDING VALUE OF SOY BEAN
Forage and Seed Relished by Cattle
and Found Satisfactory for Dairy
Stock and Swine.
(By E. H. JENKIN)
The soy bean has been grown for
human food in Mancrira, northern
India and Japan for ages. It was
first raised in this country early in
the last century and as a farm crop
in the early eighties. With us it Is
Nodules Containing Nitrogen-Gathet'
Ing Bacteria on Roots of Soy Bean.
only grown at present for cattle feed.
green manuring and oil and seed pro
Its use as a forage crop is stilT
quite small, but it Is extending Wn
widely-separated regionm for some var
rieties may be grown for forake wher
ever corn can be raised. . T
The soy bean (Soja bean) is'an.an
nual, growing best in warm weather
and 'killed by moderate frost. It.
staids drought rather better ' than
corn or cow peas. It has a braheltzs
Ing stem ranging in height, acediding:
to the varlety, from eighteedtifty
inches or more.
The somewhat hairy leaves consist
of three'leaflets.. The flowers, white
or purple; borne in clusters,'are'abun
dantly self-ertile. Different vaeties,
planted' 'together, may c M
hybridize, 'but not gbundantly.'Each
of the thick, hairy pods contaiis
two, three or four seeds
The soy bean forage compares Ii
feeding value with clover and alff
and the beans have about the same
percentage of protein and twie as
'much fat as linseed meal.
The forage and seed, therefore, sup
ply a very concentrated feed capable
of reducing greatly the need' of
boughten concentrates. Both are retl
ished by cattle and have proved to be
satisfactory for feeding dairy stock.
sheep and swine.
It is a hot weather, dry wathe
crop, does Its nitrogen-gatherin and
makes its growth quiMy and ea be
ha-vested in time to fit land for win
ter grain. Its high protein content It
ness for a variety of soils, moderate
-fertilizer requirements ad o0ther
good qualities make it worth a' fia
everywhere. By planting several
varieties which differ in their periods
of growth, the time in which the crops
can be fed green may be prolonged
for several months.
' Soy bean hay is said to be about
equal to alf if it is successfully
cured and the stems are not too'
coarse. For hay, varieties must be
chosen having tender stems, maturing
rather early, and the rate of seeding'
should be heavy.
DESTROY GRASSHOPPER EGGS
Where insects Have Been Ahnndant
During Past Season Entire Fields
(By C. P. -GILLETITE. Colorado Exper-t
- The grasshoppers' baye laid their
eggs In the 'upper one and one-half
inches of the soil, where they will're-:
main until niext May or Junee before,
they hatch. They are mostly laid:
about the borsders of the fields, along:
roadsides and' upon, ditch bankh.
These places should. be plowed or:
several 'times' harrowred before the
first of next May, wherever the egg
have been laid-in lane numbers.' A
little car'efT'digfi for them will
enable the farmer-to tell where they
have -'been 'depositi6. In alfalfa
felds the-eggs are "often foend' about
the alffa plants.
Where the hoppers have been
abundant tJe past summer and fall
the entire fields should be thoro~l
arrowed'-two or three times this' fal
or during winter or early spring when
the ground is loome
Boost for good roads.
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Weil cured corn fodder Is nearly
equal to good mixed hay.
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-Many a collar has been worn out
on a sore shoulder on a horse.
Improved farm management would
change many a mans poor luck to
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New silage may be put In on old
siage just as new hymay be stored.
on old' hay in the nw
of every variety we are noa
ities at the lowest prices.
and bo i'ders to call and k
a view to purchasing for
may have in hand. Locks,
Screws, Staples, Nuts, Riv
ware likely to ne needed in
here, together with all tool
Mr s. Wa1er Vincent,
of Fleasant Hill, N. C.,
writes: "For three sum -
mers I suffered fronr
nervousness, d r 0a d ful.
pairs in my. back :and
sides, and eak sinking
spells. hree boitfles of
2% Cardui. the woman's
toic relieved m: entire
0100 ly. I feel like another
V) Tn s Tonic
) rm W 50 years,
CarduI has, bcen helping
rliee -women's un- -
necessary p ai ns a nd
tidLg weak women up
to health and strength.
It.il'do the same for
T . ou'If given I fair trial.
So, don't wait. but begin
takdng Cardui today. for
Its use'cannot harm you,
iUdrshoudsurelf do you
Cure for Whooping Cough
A gill of amber, half a gill of old
Jadialca r'um. Mix them together and
rub the child's back and-breast with
It. Then put a piece of new flannel
ever breast and back. Do this night
and miorning and whenever the cough
is 'ery troiblesome. You will find
th't whoopixg cough will not last long
eft&~ tei treatment.
The County Treasurer's Office will
be open for collectioi of taxes on 15th
October 1914, and close 15th March
.1915. The tax levies are as follows:
For State 6,mills; County 41-2 mills;
Court House Bonds- 1 mill; County
Bonds 1-2 mills; Constitutional Scbool
tax 3 mills.
Special school tax levies: District 1,
5 mills; 2, 3 mills; 8, 6 mills; 5, 3 mills;
7, 4 mill 9, 10 3-4 mills; 10, 4 mills 11.
2 ralls; 13, 4-mils; -14 6. mals; 15,. 8
ei~st16; 8 mills; 17, 4 mills;18 2 mills;
19, 10 mills; 20, 14 1-2 mills; 21, 3 mills;
22, 9 mills; 26, 8 mills; 27. 6 mills:. 28,
8 mills: 29; 4 mills: 30,- 6 mills; 31; 2
mills:.42,-4 mills; 33, 3 mIlls.
L. L. WELLS,
- .J ..dneysand
r Sale by All iDealers.
Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
ten *o ruv toic F o" r aduls n chde n EO c
. offeribg in the best qaul
It will pay all contactors
>ok over our stock with
any r ew buildings they1
Keys, Bolts, Bars, Nails,
ets and everying in Hard
a new or old building is
s for all kinds of builders
Got Three Esack. Discovered Jules Verne.
Attorney Thomas C. Brinsmade Hetzel, the French publisher, dis
doesn't object to a good story, even covered Jules Verne. Hetzel began
if it's on him. He tells this one: "The with Verne by a life contract, guar
other day an old colored man came anteeing an annual sum of $4,000
sauntering up to me in my yard, which seemed immense riches to the
where there was a big pile of rubbisr. unknown vrifer. - It Was not at all
'Morning, John,' I said. 'Mornin', proportionate to the mpid success
Marse Tom, don't you want that rub- and sale of his books throughout the
bish hauled away?' 'What'll you take?' known world. Jules Verne was can
I asked. 'Dollah a load, n' I think it'll tent with his bargain and for many,
take jes' about two loads.' 'I'll gi many years furnished dutifully his two
you 75 cents a load,' I told him. 'You volumes a year. At his death he left
remember me, do' you, Marse Tom?' several more finished, or nearly ko,
'Why, sure, John.' 'Well, you remerm- which explains the continued appear
ber when I was up'for shootin' craps' ance of new works bearing his name.
and you plerded me guilty i poi e Hetzel took pains to provide the writer
court?' 'Sure,' I said. 'And YOu who was laying golden eggs for htm,
charged me $10 an' I never said a dog-i with a yacht and all other appurten
gone word!' John hauled the rubbish ances necessary or useful to stimulate
at $1 a load, and he made three loads his inventive powers.
of it."-Cleveland News.
Fortuw.s Paid for Poems. Are - t to bd good-by forever
There w,%s born 3t Naples, on July to bgstry- Whcj-.a gallant in Los
28, 8, aoo sannazaro, who was Agec; s caught with too many
to Uvt, to receive one of the greatest i
sums ever paid for a poem. He wrote1 es t h e nt gity
six lines of eulogy upon Venice, whicho
Evelyn thus translated: of that ccmmonpla!e kind; he was
Neptune saw Venice on the Adria stand merely amicted with "matrimonial
Firm an a rock, and all the sea com- aphasia." Let philosophers and psy
ra=41. chologistz discuss th - more profound
"Think t thou, 0 Jere "' said he,
"1P.a~s waiis excel? qeto ! oue~e ahvn
Or that ,.roud clf!. whence false Tar- C a
Gnat Tyber beat. view both; and youl
Wi su 1tosuch an exent as to go anddoIt
That men did thcc, gods these founda
tions ;ay." -
The Veccdtans were delighted, and' has been broken by this Los Angeles
granted :dta 6,000 gian crowns. legal mind, that we shall hear more
Whchsems ve b~c aythn.an or o ti no,.el marital disi.
Which sceni eve bettr thMg order. There are too many astute
Horace Sii got from the king's brew- Jurisprudes in this :ountry for an op
er StrahaL In a Jeu d'esprit of eight
lines he suggested that the weakness braced. IL requires no Imagination
of the brewer's legs was due to.all the whatsoever to see the chancery court
body's -strength settling in the head. of the future filled with mighty ex
The breter was delighted, and by his prt learnedly disagreeing as to
will paid--Smith $10,000, which works whether a man is a bigamist or mere
out at. $1,20 a line.-London Chron- lyan unfotunate matrimonial apha
The following program for Field Day has bee
adopted by the Teachers' Association of Clar
Field Day in nearly all counties of the State has come to be
recognied'as a very important day. Clarendon County has en
joyed these features annually for the past three years.
w In order to vary these features somewhat, and to extend the
benefits and pleasures as widely as possible among all our people,
it has been deemed advisable to have smaller features of a like
kind conducted at the followin place's at some date the last of
March, or the first of April, preceding the general Field day to be
held at Manninct on'Friday, April, 16th, 1915.
Local arrangements to be left to the Principals of the schools
in each of the following school groups, or to committees arranged
for by them.
PAxille G4,rou)a-Consisting of Paxville, Pinewood, Big Branch,
Hom Bath.SileriGrng Halyach and eanoted aprtn
SummertonGroup-Conistingio Sunvertive powersSain a
SardniaGrop-Cnsitin ofSarini t-dderpise, AHarmony,
S akaeSae. ewZon arreow, Claon odoodbyfree
HarviFoeston Wilo bgep y Crehobgaoath ineo
* Hovesay,:Baywood, ThiputnupNeweHarmony.
TurevileGrop-onsstn esfqurevfi..le thot er amotgule,
Hics, ~adin Bari oaf bad the tinometror ifything
care tofenter.c(mmonyplice knddCentral.
in aditon t th one ouid mfrethe generlcted dwith "mtonpil
The ountBoadofEdu atiohofs. e griosphr an pschol
Fiv dolar tobe sedtowrd hloie monusey fund, profod
mont ithenogh omke u eshtiaont whmha ben deeing
necesary Allthes pi-ze o w the iniden fo ob ecahi ropnd
schools incwhaneveremannerteaco may adopt
Feein ht heartofpubicsaing houldc ens ncourthedic
amog or upispariclarstessleaid uond that eaturll handor
to tis ed, ach choo isearnstl reete thistr nout" maital dpu
pilinthespekin ofpiees t order.im t'lee lase oo Manycatut
Thee pecemabeeiter rgisplrudsi tselcote. fOrn thes
occaionthparonandfrindotnt each patiular shooby should
be ivitd toattnd. eprsen atiehd. be chosiesn maattion
im t rprset ou shol thatoup cotes seet.acrycut
for he enerl feldday prif1thendi uteted for igt eh
scholas ellas or he ccaionoftheroup onte bgst feature.
aoptedoby thle etiteoree represnativesofnClar-o
ac clsstotak npa on eCounty.ddy otss
Fiaseld Day contetnsl aill makoupte fifte enties oe tenea
rleogid a eyipratdy CaednCut a n
joyed gihes feuennuail for eah classt the yies.eac
benfsanpsreas wibeeteagodelyo asomsbe aothe priz or pequl
Puiswb eit hsbedemdaisalbe selectee serereseoftaie
eie fomducte scoott the igropcnesat, some ate the roup co
testh for the ount ontest, mayceding the sanera pieldda or prer
aneldntirl Maniffnt pnFiece. (Origl 16th selct.)
Aother spcaln etuore fr the outy ipa of l th e al
splineaconts hc the bestigcho gropeller wins Thmistes arranged
pritels Gofup-Coensistnre ordsahie illewoo d. i rnh
T ehr Brshl Senourange heiappl, and Pinaean. o
lowing xrses:Cnssing g ummto, runnDradi Statio, stad
Grove um, CrsaninRoad jum, Richborig coet.sau ll. o
whdiich roess-olnsisti dof ageinase Etepearmgony,
ann scolroupnitn may selectboth, boydand, glo reresnty
airviach Fortetove Wilone, d diedk, aeobth aboe,
TVcncsmale filledonsitny time orvile forer spangcon
ie, adintenet foreries for the spingcoosifte
Smalres willter gienny-sie wind erntheatleic.)tet
Ec he oio of shoonl should pdanyt. w ltrr faue
Theaddi king theones tie or the general ield day atMonApig
nrdyArl16t6th.bgna 1:0ococflowdb h
Teln contst Bd - wi bEdcto s er s at1cloi group schol
Ficolrsin to beu ousenvdut al therrizgemn. nd roie
heamutwthei ontestst miakeplace imeditemy afer dinemed
neessay bAske balebse ie ball betarnedfrbyec.gopo
soLet ein shoeverouaraea may prdep lesnt.yf
ilta the parn ao ort repctie speakins. ol eecuae
Alhi nand, eac scotetas anshold bequseto ropty besore
pils general fielayn statinge frome whtm schoolas o scholssb.
These rmies cassieicition, andgiany otr datacted.Onlthen
occasios the atrs ingd insofpeac atclrcolsol
b eintd natn.Rpesen ntuttiE.s Browne, or oMsea h
ti de, reresen Porsd school heropecontesociaint.
he ofoiclongtclstsifiaion oderedpils has Sbeenndeisond Cpon
for the Oweneral.ield dansvile6, n iTacs sgestd aid tech
school, a onella for gttheu otcsio pope slecgrupions Oreatres
Cgues ne either an girse fidrms 12yor or ase yuhv
Class n an B-Boysandlse rm1.t 5yar fae
There is no need to suffer the
annoying, excruciating pain of
neuralgia; Sloan's Lmment laid
on gently will soothe the aching
head like magic. Don't delay.
Try it at once.
Hear What Othurs Say
"I have been a sufferer with Neuralgfs
for several ears and have tried different
Lininents, t Sloan's Taniment is the
best Liniment for Neuralgia on earth.
I have tried it successfuly; it has never
faed."-?. H. Wiliams, Augusta, Ark
MAs. Ruth C. Clay pod, Idependenc,
Mo., writas: "A friend of ours told us
aut your Liniment. We havebeen using
it for 13 years and think there is nothing
like it. We use it on e , sores,
cuts, burns,b sorethroat,hahe
and on el We can't get
along without hink it is the bet
is tee bestremd forrheumatism,
backahe, sore throat and sprains.
At all elem 25c.
Send four cents in stamps for a
Dr. Ear S.Sloan, Inc
Dept. B. PMf-MlpMi. Pa.
Paint is used on houses, park setees,
fences and faces. It comes in colors.
Red paint is used on towns by young
college men and old deacons. Fresh
paint is used "y children when they
have their new clothes on. Paint is
also used on sign boards which are
put up everywhere to improve the
scenery. No American scenery Is
complete without them.-Lfe.
Notice to Creditors.
All personshaving claims againstthe
estate of E. C. Tbames. dece-tsed, will
present them duly attested. and those
owing said estate will make payment to
the undersigned qualified administrator
of said estate.
P. B. THAMES.
Davis Station, S. C.
Nov. 16th, 1914.
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against
the estate of Charles L. Ridgill, de
ceased, will present them duly attested
and those owing said estate will make
payment to the undersigned qualified
Admnistratrix of said estate.
MRS. J. G. RIDGILL.
Manning, S. C.. Dec. 31, 1914.
Niotice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against the
estate of James P. Langsten, deceased,
will present them duly attested and.
those owin: said estate will r ake pay
mna to the undersigned qualified exe-,
cutor of said estate.
Lake Cit y, S. C., R. F. D., October
Notice to Creditors.
All pers.ons havinu claims against
the estmite of Alex A. Tindal, deceased,
will present them duly attested, and
those owicag said estate will make pay
ment to the undersigned qualified Exe
cutors of said estate.
Manning, S. C., October 12, 1914..
STATE OF SOUT~H CAROLINA
County of Clarendon.
By James M. Windham, Esq., Jundge
Wihereas, John S. Watt made suit to
me, to grant him Letters of Adminis
tration of the Estate of egfects of Hen
These Are Therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the kindred
and Creditors of the said Henrietta
Thames, deceased, and they be and
appear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Manning on the
11th day of February next, after publi
cation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause, if any they have,
why the said Administration should
not be granted.
Given under my hand this 23rd .day
of January Anno Domini 1915.
J. M1. WINDHAM,
Judge of Probate.
Try This for Neuralgi.
Thousands of people keep on suffer
ing with Neuraigia because they do
not know what to do for it. Neuralgia
is a pain in the nerves. What you
want to do is to soothe the nerve itself.
Apply Sloan's Liniment to the surface
over the painful part--do not rub it in.
Sloan's Linim-eat penetrates very quick
ly to the sore. Irritated nerve and al
lays the intlamnmatiou. Get a bottle of
Sloan's Liniment for 55c of any drug
gist and have it in the house--aamsL
Colds, Sore and Swollen Joints, Lum
bago, Sciatica and like ailments .Your
money back if not satisfied, but it does
give almost instant relief -Adv.
It is against the law of this State for
any person to plough or drag ploughs
upon the pubic highways, or in any
manner to obstruct the ditches and
drains made by the road authorities.
It is also against the law in Clarendon
County for any person to cut any ditch
across any of the public highways
without first obtaining a written permit
from the County Board of Commission
eris. All persons are hereby cautioned
gainst the violation of any of these
laws. For the past t wo years I have
warned the people of the County, but
have not prosecuted anyone. However,
are instructed the Rural policemen,
ad all others in authority, to rigidly
iafufrce the law, and all farmers are re
uested to co-operate with me in en
~orcing these regulations, as by so do.
ng they will aid in keeping roads in
etter condition, and possibly save
~hemselves trouble arid expense by see
.ng that their ploughmen do not oh
rtruct the drains and ditches and draz
heir pioughs upon the public high
.ays of the County.
annnary 19th, 1915.
Of The Successful 4:
Y~:. ~ Vj n
is a good one to follow;'you can't
far wrong if you walk in his footsteps
No man of af1rs today is without,;.
commercial bank account; no-business,
however small, can afford-to be wisbone
one. If you have not an account, get I
line for success by opening one whh
Home Bank and Trusi
How To Give QuInine To Chfarer
ant to take and does not disturb the
Children take it and never know it is Qinie
Also especially adapted to adults who
take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate uo
cause nervousness nor ' . nin the ea&
it the next time you need ' for
pose. Ask for 2-ounce original peckage
name FRBRME is blown inbottle. 25
8. 0. PURDr. S. OLIVER 0 IRT
Attorneys Counselors.at IkW,.
MANNING. S C.
W.C. DA VIS. J. W. WD
DAVIS & WIDEMAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAr
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Oir First-Class Real E -
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Offce Over Home Bank and TrustC& .
MANNING S C.
At Alcolu until January 1st, .910
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SURVEYOR and CIVI EN NE
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ATTORNEY AT LAw;
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ATTORNEY AT LAW,
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DR. J3. A. COLEC,
*Upstairs over Bank of ani.
MANNING. S. 0
Phone No 77
DR. J. FRANK GEIGER.
MANNING, S. C.
JOHN G. CAPERS, (o! South Carolina).
Ex-Commissioner Internal Revun
JOSEPH D. WRIGHT.
C APERS & WRIGHT,
AT ORNEYS AT LAW
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the personal wear and adorn
ment of both sexes.
We fill mail orders carefully
Charleston, S. C.
Is:o be dreaded. It leads to serios
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Sick Headache. Poisoned System and
a score of other troubles follow.
Don't let Constipation last.
eepoe Kidneys. Liver end Bowels
health and active. Rid your system
Nothing better ta
All Druggists 25 cents
SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK
-low To Glive Quinine To Children.
TBERILINE is the trade-mark -.ame gi- en to an
:nproved Quinine. Itisa TastelessSyrup, pleas
ut to take aid does not disturb the stomach.
hildren tat- it end never know it is Quinine.
LIso especially adapted to adults who c'ionot
ike ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate not
ause nervousness pr ringing in the head. Try
the next time you need Quinine for any pur-.
ose. Ask for 2-ounce original package. The.