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a new home,
-Saw money now
Small savings have been in wany instances the imeans bf
making the first payiment on a home.
The fact that you have a Bank account brings about a con
dence which results in better teris-of purchase thai you could
-makeif you did not-save. It is not so much the moniey as it is Le
-st minga.Bank aocount give: you-Tha t's where we cn help
Vo. Begia ;iLh one dollar.
1The Bank of Manning.
THERE IS A
Our Mule Pen, Buggy Repository,
aress and Wagon Houses are. Full.
We are today doing business with
tboisand 'satisfied, customers who
were directed to us by their fathers
Fourth Car Mules
to arrive next Monday.
ok and our price, and goods make
:3 a oeustomer-Guess the Reason.
_ 'M Bradham & Son
We are in the Market for loans upon imaproved farin let
~svuper eens. annual interest. Loan values restricted to an
cent. of the appraised value of the land alone. The terms of ti
witlan ancual repaymnyment of principal, based on the security
$ppodunity to Assist YU!r L
-~ The maiority-of banks doing business in South Carolina we
pms of handling commercial loans and not investment loans. 1
~- ci.isblans, but investment loans exclusively. if the loan you bi
has been standing until it is inxeality an. investment propositki
cwvert the same mnto five year mortgage on your .real estate, ti
-ametof interest and relieving your'local bank.
Upon request we will be glad tb 'mail you application blank.
Union National Bn ulig ou ba
* Authorized Capital $250,00)
Chas. H. Barron, President.
H. A. Kahler, Vice President.
T. B.. Stackhouse, Vice President.
L. M. Hawkins, Secretary and Treasurer.
T. F. Sherwood, Assistant Secretar'y and Tre
Barron, McKay, Friersoni & Moffat, General
Chyain D'unti. MYn1ngS.C. -L/ce3 Cou
MRSI WfLL IAMS
Yields To -Lydia . PIn
Elkhat, Ind.:-"I sufered for f(
teen years from organic Mammat
f emalIe weakno
:pain and irreguL
ties. The pains
ny sides were
creased by walk
or. standing on
let . feet and I bad s
awful bearing dc
pressed in spis
and became thin
/- pale with dull,he
tors from whom I -received only ten
rary relief. I decided to give Lydia
Pinkhiam's Vegetable Compound a j
trialand also-theSanative Wash. Ih
now used the remedies for four mon
and cannot express 3ay thanks for w
they.have done for ;e
"If these lines wllbe of any ben
you have my permission to pub]
them."-Mrs. SADIm WILUAMS,
James Street, khart, Tnmina.
Lydia-E. Pinklham's Vegetable C
contai s no nareotic or harmful dra
and to-day holds the iecord.of being
iost successful remedy forfeial
.testimonials on :file .in :the. Pinkh
laboratry. at. Lynn, Mass., seem
prove this fact.
- If have theslightest dou
that Lyd:aE. Piikham'sVeget
blCompoun, Ifmlbelp ou,,wr
t .Inkh'amM dene
vice. Your ewil be Open
and held-in strict dence.
Money to Loan.
Applia&Lion; received for loans fr
$100.0to 810.000, on improved and
imp'roved hIwri property and ri
Iland.. 'Inteest 8 p*r- vent strai
i, ret. payakble' annually or s
ainually. Time: one to ten years.
plicauts fur loaus will -pi.ase givt
scriplion, location., aud valuation
pr4-ver- rynff'radas securi:y. for Ii
Sa:e improvemens and- va!uation
We want Coun-y represtntatives
receive applicatsons f-r -loans; appra
property. and sery.- as our exclus
representaive. At:-roey or real'
rat- man-.- preferred. - Applicants
. an.d aD!pica1nts.fr agencies ix
t vely required tafurnishQ at least t
eharact-r r'-fr rercs. and forwar,1 j
Lage. tire 2c stamps,.or appllica
bhtcks.. rull. -particulars, and pron
rep!y. Write Fou-hern Offi -e, Son
e~t-tt rn lorvwxge Losn. Assn., Eobu
Nat'l Bank Blog. Atlanta. Ga.
kOLIY KIDNEY PM
FoR SAcKACWE KIDNEYS ANDI 'I.ADD
Men With Conceit.
iiperience is a great teacher, -1
there are some conceited mefi who:i
agine they can give experience car
andI spades and beat it at the teachi
ids in- South Carolina at
adidunt'within forty pe
te ltan will be five years,
in each Joan.
re organized for the pur
W.. iIenot handle commer
ive with your local bank'
n, we suggest that you
lere'oy-procu ring a lower
gIA OLD UREDFOR
l u o want to get rid of that COLD or LAGRIPPE
jur- just purchase twelve of ur:-Capsules, comp unded by -
n' us. If. taken as directed aid th-y fail to cur.. e wll
lady lrfand oalt rm iey.
MY[8? 81G TOR
ach RA 0 F
There's a-greatvariety ol useful articles required
in the kitchen for cooking- purposes, -and we have
. them a'l n superior quality. K'ettles. Tea and Coffee
P,.ls.1ro lers. Sancepans, Fry Pans, Cake Pins.
;0- e :-. have in the m'st-xelIent makee. -They are
d- of tie tie ,t1uck tin, and formed in a way that
uA4keslt..m most durable. Whether You need a
whole kitchen outfit or -in odd ihi g, it is here.
,rm Hrwr onu
THROUGH SLEEPING CAR DAILY
rs PREMIER CARRIER OF' THE SOUTH.
Oueen & Crescentikoute. Bi9 Route.
-as Lv. Charleston. .'..... . .......... 8:00 A. M.
g Lv. Summerville ..... ..........8:43 A. M.
-. Lv. Brancbeilly .r.... ..;..........10.20.A. M.
Lv. Oranigeburg........:...... .........10:55 A. M.
*Lv. St. Matthew.... .... .. .11:24 A. M.
Lv. Columbia.. .... ... . .........12;55 P. M.
Ar. Cincinnati... ..... ....... ..........10:55 A. M.
*Ar. Chicago..... .......................9:00'P. M.
Lv. Chicago .......... .. ......... 8:55 A. M.
Lv. Cincinnati ...... ... .. ..... ....... ...06:35 P. M.
Ar. Columbia ...... ......,..............4:45 P. M.
Aa. St. Matthews................ ... 6:05 P. M.
Ar. Orangeburg............ ....... ...'.. 6:35 P. M.
. Ar. Branchville ..-.... . ......... 7-15 P. M.
Ar. Summerville.... .. ........8:48 P. M
Ar. Charleston.................. ...... . 9:'40 P. M.
Excellent connecions at Chicago with through traius
for. San Francisco, Los Angeles, Omaha, Denver, Port
land, Seattle, Milwaukee. St. Paul and other points West
For passenger' fares, sched'ales, tickets, etc., ca l! on
Southern Rail way Ticket Af'&nt.
W. H. CJAFFEY,
.Division Passerger Agent,
W. E. McGEE. Charleston, S. C.
IAssistant General Passenger Agt.
I Columbia, S. C.
R hat Will The Harvest Be? .e
Have you ever stop'ped to thipk of what the har 'v't of
yourlife's wo.k will be? Are you storing awiiy pattof y our
money erop for the winters of old age and misfortune?.
.An tuvt-stigat~ion will you that our hank would bd an
ideal place for k- eping y our funds safely. IL's a.good p'an
for every farmer to hav'e a strong hankin a conntec ion. You
may .want to b'or rw one of these d-tys; we cau ueegotiate the
* c an for Soii, on~rood s-cur'ity, at right rates and wit hcut
--any red tape. Dop in t >seeus next. time y ou'r-e in rewn.
- Make- thme call fritendly -vou don't, h-ave to do business every
time you come in to say "bello."
SRememaer Us When You Have Money and We'll Remember
You When You Need Money.
BANK OF TURBEVILLE.
Alcoiu Railroad Co.
Effective Sept 1, 1914. Sp-sd~Tm al o 3
rStation Train No. 1 ''~i m.2 TanN.3 TanN l
Aiou Re id Up. Ra on Ra p edDw
Alou Ar. 8:30 a.m.L.101 .n A'.30 .1.L.:1n. 0
McLeod Lv. 8:20 " "1:0' L.45 ~ 82
Harhy "' 8:15 " "1:. ~"44 . "82
Durant 48:05 - 03 :583
Sardinia "7:50 " ' 05 ~ 41 :5 J
New Zi'on "7:40 "~ 1:0~ :0 '0 1
-1B--arls " .7;35 " " 1:035 ~ 85
L . 1R~. A r. 5:00 pT. v.8:5om
Al10:20 L. 4:0" -82
........"...10:2...... "b "ao 4:40 "oe "o 8:25c "h 5a
Invgoatig o te al a 0:3 Sikl -"cs of2 it toi 8:3d l "at efet AA
Th Od tndrdgnealstegtenn to0:50 TIV "M 4:10 " is 8:45rha ord1a2
Oen.Atru "ok.o adult an chiAr. :5 loo. "o 3:00 si"tr ofr. 9:3 GRV" 25
Honor.Roll- -Maqnn Graded School.
I '.v:%r ' f.nwn
r: t n C ark
- A !0:1 Gerald
l :,-Ies RIIi b-.
Kin t _od sprot.
S I 'rl Browder
3- G ger
V <-i i G , imowav
ol via Horton
0 r rudle Ilighv
Mi rne r(cy
I Ruby Buliard
t?.-'al E N61an
.Y Sue Brarley
.Oiiver A brooks
S 'neer BreIedin
Ge r.'e iliil ill
EI rin Rdglw:ty
- L Emran:t Prat.t 98
Mildred Snith 97
Franceq Dick-on 97
D.isy Meln'o.h 97
John D G-ral-i 96
Hati- Breedin 95
William Arant. 94
. Vir;inia Bradham 94
Frances Brown' 93
Mamie Phephs 93
Edna Thames 93
T-abel Yountr 91
Nevelle Spratzt 91
Gorrine McKelvey )0
Moultrie Baenal 90
Hugh Orvin 90
Isabel Plowden 99
Sara Lesesne 98
Willlam Richardson 95
Charles Wilson 95
Charles Davis 93
Alston Davis 93 -
Cecil Clark 91 -
Lula Rizby 91
Lucius Heriot 90 -
Rosie Lee Richbourg 90.
Bessie Mae Creecy 96
Linne DuRant 94
Mary Sue Wilson 97
Craven Bradham 91
Leland Smifh 91
oBurgess Sprott 91.
Mary Ansley 97
Jee Bragdon 97
Rosalie Fladger 97
Virginia Ridgeway 97
Nonie Dickson 96
Madaline Shope 95
Jack Timmons 93
Grace Nimmer 92 --
William Clark 92
Peter Bradham 91
Glenn Harvin 91
Edna Boger SO
Martha Burge-s 90
Brownie Bagnal 90
Ben jamine Husbands 95
Moses Levi 93
V'oret Andrews 90
Isabel Wolfe 95
15rainard Gheon 92.
Lronova Johnson 91.
U sisie Plowden 91
Laurens Bradham 90
Harry Gerald 9?0
Louise Burc ess 90
Trene Plowden 90
Georg ie Sauls 90
M neth Grade.
Beulah Johnson 96
Carolyn Plowden 96
I m.L. McKelvey 95
Rounette Hirs.chmann 92
Alleen Rigby 90
Elxz e 11 Coskre.
N 't Levi:
Mis,~ Lize Rogers principal of the
Sia:a.i4 school attended the teachers
meetirng in Florencee last Thursday at~d
Friday. The children in her room
we-re very glad to have the two hhl
Miss Strange and Miss L--ona Me
Kaaig ha of Womrkzman spent the -week
o d with Mrs. J. lE. Cousar. Miss L~ouise
Meore of Otauta is atlso .speadiigse me
timue with Mrs. Cousar.
.\iisses Roberta and Bessie McFaddin
and denry McFaddin spent a: very
pleasaut day in Sumter last Thursdav.
Miss Caroline Bigham spent the week
eud with friends at Turbeville..
Mss Anna Wheel r spent-the week
end at Workman.
.The s--hool children arec goidg to
have ten Easter egg hunt Friday at t~he
I '-:d Mill."'
1Me-sars Francis Black well and Craw
ley Jackson spent Sundry in Sardinia
..Mr "Ha3' Harrington who is work
ing in Sardinia snant the week-end at
his home in Wourkman.
Dr. Doty of Sumter spent a few days
in Sardinia last week.
Master Burgers Bulrmain of Sumwte-r
spent the week-end with his friends
Several of the young folks from Sar
dinia attended the' piay at Workman
ast Friday evening. Amnong them
were: Misses Anna and Sudie Wheeler
and Anna DuBose. Messrs Lynwood
Gamble, Marion DuBose and Edward,
Pla.r. R. DuBose's house will soon
be completed. is . sur lookinr tine.
also the church.
- lUST ER.
FOIEY KIDNEY PILS
The Soldier's Ignorance.
The soldier's ignorance is not ailways
restricted to the plaee in which he is
fihting. The prospect of having to
regard the khedive as an enemy re
minds one of an anecdote of the Sudan
cmapaign. It was after the fall of Om
durman; the khaifa was being pur
sued, and there was a false report that
he had been captured. "Hooray, Bill,"
one British soldier was heard to shout
to another; "We've got the bloomin'
kaydiff!" Tommy was in charming ig
norance of the fact that he had been
marching under the khedive's flag
eye snc h ha saredon the cam- L
For Infants and Childrea
In UseFor Over30OYears
"It is easy to use.and uick- to respond. N: ork s
apply. It penetrates- ithbut rubbig."
Reid Whit Otheis Say:
always. have -ab-t- e in.- d
case of a cold*or sore throat.' I
- wish-. to, say I think a
....h.......................of household rimudi:1
wdld not have uied it-nly itras
- --reommended. to mo by a friendof
-minewho, I wish to- My, is;oau of
- thdbeat-boisters forjyer T.I t
Leyer saw."-IJ. W.*14Er. Deiwv.
-- -Just a e inprs9e of $a's
Liniment. I have b ilrirly
fourteen weeks with<,rhymaim
have beentreated by.Aoktors who
did-'theirbes::.Lhd-nt slept for
-the terrible pain ihr evaig,-m
d twIgnime and .thinoe aplibp
cations gave mliaf so that I coiuld
Good-for-Neuraliia a, Sprain n&&nies
S-nd fi=r-ceits u p Tfri 1L.
DR. EARL S. SLOAN, Inc. Dept.B Phadelphia,Pa
Makes old orchards produce; doubles the yield
of garden and truck. By . yourgrocer's;
spray and grow prize winners. evs ald.
Wmn. Schied fg. Co., St LocZ W.
4 ~ ;,A
.- - . .,
* ThggClirenidou.adies are cordially i~vid to.
:spdct-he spirid Line of Spring. Milliner mow
- penied up at-the.establishiment.ofTES
*WILKES,- on Liberty'Street, Samter, S. C
q - Miss Tong, ope of the. most experienced Yili
ieis that has ever been in Snoter is now ,wi .us
and her reput-ation alone.i a sufcet..grne
to the -most exactmng. - .*
Call anid look' at our-Barziyard Sailors,.and
Ti pperary T r bins and -veils-.the, very .test:.rea
tionls and which are so populai- on.the fashiodable
bot levards of the -irge citier ~-' -
We have gone-to'extra enpenlse and ca~e this
season to give our pat: ous the-Newest and O~est
and Swm test in Millinery. and-our prices-are.g'ith
in: the teach~ of all who dlesire tirst (lass headgear.
Our s~tore is at.23 Wi Liber-ty Street. Wli e a
bearty detcome a\ aits thoise who honor ud
Sumter, -. --- S. C
Fo CasH or on Time with Aproved
Nitrate of Soda,
and Amnmoniated Fertilizers with or with
out Potash. Better see us before placing
S111K OIL KILL
Manning, S. C.
TO THF TINES OFFICY.