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Of The"Successful Busi
is a gooJ one to follow: you can't g
far wrongif you walk in his foo:stet-s
No man of afrns today i. without. a
commeri-al bauk ccount: rno businosF.
howevtr small, can alfd to be n iUhe u:
na. I'vcu have-ot an aceount. set ;r
ine for success by opening oue with
Home Bak and Trust C
Government Kept Going.
"I notice that the old man's quit
cussin'e government?" "Yes; after
tryin' itefor 30 year. the government
kept a-goin', jes' like it never heard
tell of him-never so much as askin'
'him to lease let up an' give it a
Jhancf grow up with the country.
That made him so mad he was too
mn1 fer utterance, he was struck
Whenever You Need a General Tenic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chil Tonic is equally valuable as a
Geeral Tonic because it contains the
wellw.,;- tonic propertisofQQUININE
and IRO . it .icts on the Liver, Drives
tiout Malt ia, Znriches the Blood and
Builds up tbr. Whole System. 50 cents.
We are in the Market f
seven per cent. annual intere
cent. of the appraised value o
with an anr~ual repay myment
The majority of banks do
pose of haudling commercial:
cial loans, but investment lo~i
has been standing until it isi
couvert the same mnto five yet
k rate of interest and relieving
Upon request we will be
Union National i
H. A. Ka~
T. B. Sta
L. M. Ha
T. F. She
For Young and Old
The acute agonizing pain of
rheumatism is soothed at once
by Sloan's Liniment. Do not
rub-it penetrates to the sore
spot, bringing a comfort not
dreamed of until tried. Get a
Here What Others Say:
gas ighly recommend your Lin*ment
as the best remedy for rheumatism I ever
used. Before using it I spent large sums
of money trying to get relief of the misery
and pains in limbsad body, so I tried
your Liniment both internaland external
and I found quick relief, and now am
well and strong again."-Gea. Curtis, "06
N. 15th SL., Sp r~a.
"I wish to write and tell you about a
&aH I had downfourteen stepsand bruised
my neck and hip very bad. I could not
aleepata I sentmywife for a2 cent
bortle of your Lini-ent and in two days'
time I was on my feet again."-Charler
R44e 13-05A3 Prairie Ame, St Louie, Mo.
forneuralgia, sciatica, sprains and
Al Drugsists, 2Se.
Send four cents in stamps for a -
Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Inc.
Dept. B. PiladlriaPa.
Credit is an estimate of your ca
pacity to worry about paying your
bills which is held about rou by a lct
of total strangers. Credit is also a be
lief held of your ability to pay for
something long after you have ceased
to derive any benefit from it. Credit
is likewise a gauge of your willingness
,o deceive yourself into the belief you
can afford to buy something because
you cannot pay cash for it. If every
body paid cash there would be no
bond issues, no huge clerical forces,
ao national debts, no armies or mili
tary systems, no schools such as exist
today, no war. no degenerate fash
ons-nothing but plain, everyday lis
ing. Credit enables everybody to live
& fictitious existence. Nothing exceeds
FoLfY KIDNEY PUES
R.iBACKACHE KIDNEYS AND BLADDER
low To (live Quinine To Children.
.3RILINE is the trade-mark name given to an
nprovedQuinine. It is aTastelessaSyrup. plea.
hil'-en take it and never know it is Quinine.
1, .specially adapted to adults who cannot
iL.. ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor
ans nrousnes nor ringin ia the head. Try
ose. Ask for 2-ounce original package. '"he
ame FEBRILINE isblown in bottle. 25 cents.
>r loans upon improved farm la
~t. Loan values restricted to an
f the land al'ae. The terms of1
of principal based on the securit
>Assist Your I
ing business in South Cai-olina n
oans and not investmnent loans.
ns exclusively. If the loan you
a reality an investment proposit
tr mortgag'e on your relestate,
your local bank.
~lad to mail you application blan1
lank Buildingi, Columbia,
thorized Capital $250,0(
ler,. Vice Pr-esident.
:khouse, Vice Pr-esident.
vkins, Secr-etary~ and Tr-easurer.
rwood, Assistant Secretary and
[cKay. Frierson & Moffat, Gener
nulnnt. Mannnillg S. C rmcal (
Another Chance for Hubby.
Advertisement in a paper-not I
the Billville district: "This is to n
tify my husband, who got mad ax
ran away without sayin' so much z
a word, that if he returns home ax
Eigns a paper to quit his meanne!
and act sensible, like he ought to ha'
been raised to, which he wasn't, abc
all that I can think of now will t
forgiven, provided, as said before,.th.
he is a charged man an' will quit rai
in' Cain an' a-doin' of nothin'.-Atlai
Ah! The lnvigorating Whiff of The Pil
How it c'ears the throat and head <
it-: muuous ailments. It is this spirit <
Newnecs ;cd Viaor from the healt1
eivine.r Piney Forests brougbt back 1
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. Antisept
and heahn . Buy a bottle to-day.
Men With Conceit.
Experience is a great teacher, bl
there are some conceited men who it
agine they can give experience cari
and spades and beat it at the teachir
Ouick Action Wanted.
When ond is coughine and spitting
.vith tickling throat, tightness in che!
.cnreness 'in throat and lungs-wh
'Opad is-aebing and the whole bod
.cki-d with a cough that won't perm
zeep-hp wants immediate relie
l'housanis say Foley's Honey and T,
ompound is the surest and quicke
a. t;nr medicine for coughs, cold
croup and la _rippe. At Dickson
''Israfel" Angel of Music.
Israfel or Israfil, in Mohammedai
mythology, was the angel of music
who puossesseai the most melodiou
voice of all God's creatures. This I
the abgel who is to sound the resin
rection trump, and will ravish the ear
of the saints in Paradise,' Israfel, Ga
briel and Michael, were the three an
gels that warned Abraham of Sodom'
destruction.' *In the Koran we read
"and the angel Tsrafel, whose heart
strings are *a lute, and who has thi
sweetest voice of all God's creatures.
W. T. Azbell. ex-poster or Edwardi
nort. Ind.. writes: "I suffered frcm :
verc trouble with. my kidneys and bae
First bottle of Foley Kidney Pills gav
me relief." Thousands testify th;
backache. rhemati-m. sore muscle:
ach ng joints and bladder weakne
vanished when Foley Kidney Pil
were taken. Dickson.Drug Store. Ad
The Soldier's Ignorance.
The soldier's ignorance is not alway
restricted to the place in which he I
fighting. The' prospect of having t
regard the khedive as an enemy r(
minds one of an anecdote of the Suda:
campaign. It was after the fall of On
durman; the khalifa was being pua
sued, and there was a false report tha
he had been captured. "Hooray, Bill,
one British soldier was heard to shou
eo another; "we've got the bloomir
kaydiff!" Tommy was in -charming ij
norance of the fact that he had bee:
marching under the khedive's fia;
ever since he had started on the can
ids in South Carolina .at
amount within forty per
de loan will be five years,
r in each loan.
arie organized ?01' the pur
We do not handle commner.
ave with your local bank
on, we suggest that you
hereby procuring a lower
'reasu re r.
.SOLDIERS IN EUROPE
BECOME SICK WITH
it Doan's Kidney Pills Are-Being Supplied
e I Free to The Suffering Men.
1. Any of Our Readers Can Try This Fa
mous Remely Without Expense.
Just Send For a Trial Box.
Hardships and e:sosure in the cold,
If wet trenches is crippling thousands of
jf warring European soldiers with kidney
1. troubles and rheumatism.
>y The foreign offices of Doan's Kidney
ic Pills are doing a good deed in giving
t this famous remedy free to every sold
ier who wants a box.
Foster-Milburn Co. of Buffalo, N. Y.,
makers of Doan's, state that they will
be glad to send a trial of their medicine
free to any reader of this paper who
it will write them for it.
r By GRACE KERRIGAN.
(Copyright 1915. by the McClure Newspa
4 "Dan going to get married?" re
peated Mrs. Archer in response to an
sinquisitive neighbor. "No, indeed,
Mrs. Blake! Dan's never kept com
pany with a girl in his life-not but
what I want him to get married if
he can find the right girl; but cer
tainly I would inow, if anyone did!"
"OC course you would," agreed Mrs.
Blake, "but it ::eems so queer for him
to be building a bungalow up there
on his lot, spending every spare min
ute of his time on it, and doing every
stitch of work himself-unless he was
going to live In it. Perhaps he will
rent it," with happy inspiration.
Mrs. Archer shook her head. "He
says not. If you'll promise not to
breathe a word, Mrs. Blake-"
"Of course I won't!" interrupted
Mrs. Blake excitedly.
i. "Well-he says he's going to have
the home ready, and when the right
k girl comes along, then he'll get mar
e ried! It's a foolisli thing to do, but
t Dan is a good boy, and if he enjoys
building a nest before *he finds a
mate, why, I can't complain!" Mrs.
v Archer laughed comfortably.
"No-indeed!" replied Mrs. Blake,,
and then hastening her departure.
she transmitted far and wide the in
* telligence of Dan Archer's purpose
s in building the little. bro.rn bungalow
on the hill west of his father's house.
And before another day had dawned
a the good gossips of Crystal Brook
. were chuckling over Dan Archer's
"folly," as they called his undertak
So Archer's Folly became rather a
t joke in the village, but Dan Archer
knew nothing of it. Few would have
dared to hint the words to the steady
Seyed young giant who went about his
nest. building so earnestly without a
Sthought as to the absurdity of his
There camne :t night when the wind
howled around the bungalow and the
snow beat tagainst the walls until
they were covered with a thick white
There was a fireplace in Dan's
study and a great nile of hickory logs
as well as a comfortable couch, so
on certain ni;,hts when he had been
studying closely Dan would decide to
On this stormy night Dan tur~ned
away from the window and replen
ished the fire.- Then he prepared for
bed leaving a lighted lantern in the
wmndow of the living room.
'It's a bad night outside," he nEmr
While the little village slept un .
the dnifting mantle of 'snow, a home
and sleigh moved slowly through the
road that led from the next village.
Occasionally the horse stopped and
-breathed heavily and once it almost
fell in its tracks.
*"Uncle Nathan, I'm afraid that Sor
rel 'can't go much farther," quavered
a girl's sweet voice.
"Are you very near the doctor's,
Folly?" The old man's voice sound
ed muffled from its thick wrappings
of woolen comforter.
"I'm afraid I don't know!" and
this time the girl's voice held a note
of despair. "We are off the main
road and I can't see a thing--ah,
there is a light! Let us turn toward
it-there must be a house. If we
can reach it, perhaps we can send for
a doctor from there."
The wind tore her words into frag
ments, but the old man understood,
so he crouched down among the fur
robes while Folly urged the horse to
greater efforts. At last Sorrel toiled
up a steep hill and finally dropped
exhausted between the shafts with
the guiding light only a few feet dis
"I' a house on a hill," explained
Felicia, as she helped her uncle from
The Daintrys lived in the adjoining
village of Upton Center and the only
physician in the village had been
called away, on an urgent case, so
that when Uncle Nathan cut himself
twith an ax Felicla could only bind up
the wound as best she might and then,
bundling the old man into a sleigh,
strive to reach Crystal Brook, three
By daylight Uncle Nathan had been
made very comfortable, and the doc
tor having taken his departure Mrs.
Archer took the wieary girl down to
the faomhouse and tucked her into
bed, while Dan, after stabling Sorrel,
went hack to keep vigil by the in
Dan came down to breakfast with
Felicia, and his heart quickened as he
saw that she was quite as beautiful as
he had thought her the night before.
W~hen Mrs. Archer learned that Un
cle Nathan called his niece ''Folly,"
she immediately confided the fact to
Dan, and added the information that
his neighbors called Dan's bungalow
by the nickname of "Archer's Folly."
"Archer's Folly!" chuckled Dan,
with dancing eyes. "That sounds
pretty good to me, mother!" And
'his mother marveled at his meaning.
while Dan added to himself: 'I won
der if she would mind being called
He asked her one day, and her
answer was to satisfactory that they
set about planning how the bungalow
should be furnished.
"am so glad you saved It till I
came," laughed Folly, while they
I"I knew you would come some day,"
THE GREAT ENTE
tion of many dreams,'
Thousands upon t
to) see the NC
Carloads upon car
newest creations in w<
girls and the stylish c
of the great throngs't
most skeptical critic.
You and your frie:
come, pleasant greetin
- cordial and hone. tre
Recipe for. Happiness..i
Do not give up. Do not allow thr
black waters of melancholia to clos"
over you. Hold your head high. Live
your life beautifully in the face of
failure, loneliness a.Ld contempt. Hap
piness is high art. Be agreat artist- at
-Helen Woljeska. v
A woman would hardly marry a
bow-legged man to ref..rm him, and Dr
there are several other varieties of
misshapen masculinity that it is just
s futile to attempt to mend by means
of matrimony.-Detroit Journal.
Are You Rhenmatic?-Try Sloan's. ies
If you want vuick and real relief Dat
from~ Rheumatism, do what so many
thousand other people at e doing-when
ever an attack comes on, bath the sore
nu-le or joint with Sloan's Liniment .
No need to rub it in-just apply the A
Liniment to the surface. It is wonder
Fully penetrating. It goes right to the
seat of trouble and draws the pain a!-~
-ost immediately. .Get a bottle of
Sloan's Liniment for 25c of any drug
ist and have it in the house-against
Colds, Sore and Swollen Joints, Lum-i
bago, Sciatica and like ailments. You rU
:oney back if not satisfied. but it does
give almost instant relief. At All Drag- .
TFuel Qualities of Wood. L
Tefuel qualities of chestnut adatt
it particularly to work in brassi four
dries, where it gives just the reiruiredIM
amont of beat arti it is U.3re:ar in
favor. Coastwise vessels in Florida
pay twice as much for Florida but
tonwood as for any other, because it
burns wvith an e-:cr. heat andc with a
minimum amount of smoke and ash. ....
The principal dizadvantage of the
resinous pines is their oily black'
They Know It's Safe.
Parenis who know from exper'ice
insist upon Foley's Honey and 'r
Compound when buyinz a memunire At
for coulbs, cold<. croup and I grilppo
C. T. Lun~ceford. Washin.goni. Ga,
writs: "I hav used it for -ixy yet't'
nd it nevr has faiha. I think itI
the best remedy male for cougzhs aro C
olds." Dickson's Drug Store.--dM
Try to Parse This.
A correspondent, says the listener of(.
ie Boston Transcr ipt, ands in a ra-r
bit of English. It was written bya
woman in excusing her tardiness in
answering an inquir'y tha~t had been ad
dressed to her: "I would have written -
before but I have been sick with a
dog bite In the arm. The man thatL
qwns the sawmill's dog bit mne in the
road." The excuse was accepted as
This-And Five Cents:
DON l.31S TIS. t, out tis -
'slip enclose live cents to F'ole & Co.
IChicago, lB.. witinog your' name and P
address clearly. You will receive in a~J
trial package containing Foley s To
v and Tar Compound, for coughs,
colds awl~ croup. Foley Kidney Pills,
Foley Cathartc Table s.-Adv.
FOLY KIIDNEY PIILSW
Fra o8AearCW KInEYS AN B'_AnnER FO
Main St C
PRISE habit last come into e:
ie OPENING of The BATTEI
bousands of the good people of
VEL and FEATURESOME t
loads of merchandise of every i
>men's wear, the most exquisite
oth for the boys, the beautiful
yed' and arranged in the most c
iat will gather for this event.
ads are cordially invited to our
gs and genuine is all yours, an<
itment and polite actentions are
Main St., -
Use to Try And Wear Out Your Cold it
Will Wlar You Or-t Instead.
housnds k.+p on sutriine (on::h,
ji nake youiself -un e;'sy piey to
:ou, a.Iments and epidemi-s a- tIst
ukr of a ne'glected Cold? -Cuh
Cold- sap .vour streugth and vit al
unr-s.e checeked in the early stages.
King's New Discov~ery is what you
d-the first dose he'lps. Your head
rs up, you breathe freely and and
so much hetter. Buy a bottie to
and start taiking at once. At All
Where Nebraska Leads.
hough Nebraska 'as been termed
e state without a mine," it ranks
t in the production of pumice, for
han one per cent. of the total out
of pumice comes from other states.
I. PorD. s. oraIVai: 0 naRYAN
JRDY & O'BRYAN,
ttorneys Counselors at Law
MANNING. S C.
3D.VIS. J- W- WIDEMAN
AVS & WIDEMAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,
MANNING. S. C.
On First-Class Real Estate
Piur&y & QOBryan,
ATTORNEYS AT L.AW,
Manningz S. C.
1. EDWARDS. H. M. PER RITT
DWARDS & PERRITT,
ice Over Hime Bank and Trust Co..
M1A NNING S C.
Acolu until January 1st, 1915
ATTORNEY AT LAW,1
MlA NN ING. S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
.MANNING. S. C.
R. J. A. COLE
Upstirs over Bank of Maiiniiig
MANNING. S. C.
'hone No '7
R. J. FRANK GEIGER.
MANNING. S. C.
)LEY KIDNEY PILLS
a onAtKAeafS fKinNEVE AND 81ADDER
39 South Main St
IRO it8 1915.
istence. The great event of the season, the realiza
,Y will become a fact, Thursday, March Ith..
Sumter, Clarendon Lee, and adjoining counties will
odern mercantile establishment'
scription, in the very latest cuts and fancies, the
olors and styles, the- beautiful appareis for the
nes of footwear to adorn and FIT ALL. FEET.
nvenient, novel and pleasing manner, for the benefit
Every article marked at -prices that will stagger the'
establishment with the assurance, thsit a cordial wel- -
I that STANDARD WEARABLES At Popular Prices
af your services, at
gg I r 'n . . n- - I' r "I ' . .1iFn M. n.s an
Sizes 3 to 4. at
Don't hesitate, if you are looking for a good. bar
gain go to
Just received, a carload of Up-to~the Minute Mer
chandise at extremely low prices.
Ytours for A Square Deal,
SWhat Will The Harvest Be9 .
Have you ever stopped to think of what the harvest of
*your life's work will be? Are you storing away part of your.
money crop for the winters of old age and~misfortune?.
An investigation will you that our bank would be3 an
S ideal place for keepiog your funds' safely. It's a good plan
S for every farmer to have a strong banking connection. You
may want to borrow one of these days: we can.inegotiate the'
loan for you, on good security, at right rates and without
any red tape. Drop in ti seelus next time you're in tewn.
S Make the call friendly-aou don't have to dQ business every
time you come in to say-"hello.".
?Rememaer Us When You Have Money and We'll Remember 6E
You When You Need Money.
BANK OF TURBEVILLE.
Alcola Railroad Co.
Elective Sept. 1, 1914.Suesd TeTalNo13
Station Train No. 1 ri o ri N.3 TanN. I
edTp RadDw.Read Up. Ra on
Alcolu A r. 8:30 a.m. L.1:5am r :0pm v :5nm
Me~ed L. SRead:2 v . Read Up Read 2on
Harby "8:15 - " 10:23 " " 4:40 " 8:25 " 5
Duraut "S:05 " " 10:35 " "4:25 ' 8:30 " 7
Sardinia " 7:30 " " 10:50 "~ " 4:10 " 8:45 12
Ne wZion '4 7:40 " " 11:30 " " 4:00 ' " 8-0 " 14
Beards ' 7:35 " " 11:10 " " 3:50 " 8:55 " 15
Seloc " 7:30 ' " 11:2.5 0 " 3:35 6. " 9:05 " 17
Paroda Jt. "7:15 " "11:40 " 3:20 " :15 " 20
Olanta 46 7:00 " Atr. 12:05 p.m. *" 3:00 Ar. 9:30 " 25
Train No. 1 and No. 4 are Passenger Trains.
Train No. 2 and No. 3 are .\lixed Trains.
Daily except Sunday.
*******Mceods, Harby. [Durants, Bearais and Hudson are flag stations.
'P. R. A\LDERMAN, T.. M.
.Alcolu, S. C .