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-~ - WabCoodok Posslie.
nat~i ii Zi~ hi %our bow
sggishg or your liver topid,
.. Bielke, 3gMr. Scott 'Hotel,
Mich. says "I gave Folev
Tablets a thoroug trial, and
them a mild but safe catbaric."
Cetq atbartic Tablets never gripe or
neausea. They do away with
~.thadOwsy, dull, tired feeling and are
ole'..me, cleansing and healthful.
i satisfactory for stout persons.
SDicksoo Dru Store.-Adv.
Ltuminescence of Nitrogen.
has. been found that nitrogen, vig
e Woasye nd spectroscopicanly pure, ac
tqimes' a continuous luminescence,
duing the electrie -discharge, and
therefore. this phenomenon can 110;
onger be aftributed to the presceUce
of traces c oxygen. In the pres
Snce of metallie vapors, such as those
agmrery, sodium or potassium, says
,;-the Scientific American, the phenome
o ntot produced owing to the ni
m en's- being attacked by the metal
t. apoei~ fwming-Ka combination of
metat with nitrogen. The pres
oxygenwhich oxides the met
hinders thefr action on
stive nitrogen and renders its
- ossible -
ebeek up lhnumber of bot
youi. ti4 Fo'ey's Howey
a eman thm any
inedin , . -r. is safe,
~a~~j~tneenigv rar coids, ernoup,
~V~T bronchia coneh.s :rbara
tand lagripi -I cn.aains no
ra-i is pref rze-] cough mede
Schldren, Dikson Drug St -r
,&ttorn Thomaa C. rnsM
object to a good story, even
as hlin He tefs. this one: "The
day an, old edlored man came
6Up o ' ins my. ard
~ -m-abl ~igeof- rubbish.
- a sakh- Ji~i ornin',
aw? .'What1I youetaker
_Dmlah-a load, n' I thinkit'll
* about two load- -TM give
S oed, told him. 'You
,~,~obr: WeIl you remem
AVfor shoot' craps
&eDne--guilty -in police
1-said. *Ad- you
-- I3aevtmssid a dog
casaf kidney t-ouble
work at -all,- Foley
s raaghteiid mo out at
aneistory .is tpid by
wbs -eakbse b hen
4 Ieeof repot t
^r t fthe Sutn
aweerm eard to at
nd gamt ine bloan'
. cids caml njg
~ Y -dist.e snaco, de
a nleves. --Thed Tat
~~wvc~ cou h cls ien a'
ntn no oits. e
Mnog-a she is unmarried
make merry; but
hpmust nut aside the
C~ukand work even till
airays to add to his comn
- isagonoghly orientai in tie
lipon ier obedience and toll.
O sltcffthis st.te of things, the
'woinen, though to all appearances in
subjection, become powerually devel
4ped, both physically and morally, anid,
Kas I-cymanl the case in the-East,
.-.jsin incomnparably more Influence
than-in. the Wsst. 'Ehe Cossak, aho
edrestnceof strangers regards
alaiigto talk affectionately
Shis wife, cannot help
er speririt when -he is
or "iiacy" O0fer-This and Sc.
~ D0.~Ms5 Cut outi this slip, en
-dinhEve cents .to Foley & Co-,
SibcoIil., writing your name and
,dremcis arig. You will receive in
wnrnistrial package containing Fo
efys Honey and Tar Compound, for
onuh colds and croup, Foley Kidney
P1.and Foley Cathartic Tablets.
e---iksonHDerg Store. -Ad v.
Two men were -drinkng together
1whes the conversation tarned on how
tubfed and train canaries, which han
-.enod to ba their professidn. They
-werentelling each other the merits of
eir birds, which were to go in a
abic, and both were sure of winning
the jrise. At last one of them said,
-ha orrowful tone: "Ah, Tom, if I
)aL only got the one I had last week I
.aboudd not have much trouble In win
91ng, blt I had taught him to sing,
'Hme Sweet Home,' so much to per
fection that the tears rolled down his
breast till he got exhausted, fell off
his pech and was drowned in his own
tears." "Oh," said Tom, "that's noth
nag. One night my bird was singing'
"The Village Blacksmith' so true that
the sparks flew out of his eyes, set
fire to the -eage, and before we had
time to put the flames out the poorj
little wretch got roasted to death.
Yosr Child's Cough is a Call for Belp.
Dout put off treating your Child's
Couigh. It not only saps their streng th
but often leads to more serious alments
Why risk? You have to Dr'. King's
Now Discovery is just the remedy .vour
Child needs. It is made with soothing.
healing and antiseptic balsams. Will'
quickly check the cold and soothe your
Child's Cough away. No odds how bad
the Cough or how long standin'g, Dr.
King's New Discovery will stop it I's
guaranteed. Just get a b'ttle from
your Druggist and try it - Adv
1 00 Much for Mother.
A easadena boy asked his father
what was meant by the expression:
"the woman had a Greek profile."
The father put down the paper he was
reading and replied: "Why, it mere
ly means a classic outline." The
1Zother took a. hand, declaring the
answrer was too short and really a
shifty euphemism. "Give ou: son a
Icng and clear answer," she insisted.
Paterfamilias sat up :nd made this
lucid, ornate rrpiy: "A Greek profile
is a bold silhouette, blending the Doric
and lonian cx'ressi&' and depicting
thu. ch ar-cu. rastic work of Praxi
teles, wich is entirell trco from the
roccco reI:sa::c school anC which
in niodern ::zram, would be called
the :narble tace." Both mother and
son toci the count, and father re
sum.i his r,...ding of the article:
"W'.y Oysters Have Strong Lungs."
Remarkai ae Promenade.
At a New York hotel :-. an who
had suddenly become wealthy from an
oil wei! vcuture h.d left his family,
which had accompanied him to the
city, in their rooms 'so long that they
had become uneasy ab:ut him. At
last he returned to the rooms, and to
the anxious inquiry of his wife,
"Where in the world have you beeL so
long?" he responded, calmly: 've
just been in the cuspidore, walking pro
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TAST3LESS chill TONIC. You know
what you are taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing it is
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form.
The Quinine drives out malaria, the
Iron builds up the system. 50 cents
Kipt at the Office.
MIa brown always looks very dubi
Ous when her husband comes hoge a
little later than usual and says, he has
been "kept at the office." She never
look0 as if she believed the c:euse,
which. as a matter _of fact, is quite
genuine. Bat some wives seem in
'cpable of realizing that their hus
bands really are kept late at the office
sometimes, and nowadayse competition
is so keen that a man can't afferd to
go of at the tick of the clock if he
wishes to keep his position. The sen
sible wife doesn't make a fuss when
be is "kept late." She Just notices
that he looks more tired than usual,
and lets him have his dinner and a
amoke after In peace and quiet. And
you usually find that the husband who
.receives this sort of treatment . is
never late home if he can possibly
bstebe drcsde. Is lead. t. seriou*
- n----t Fver. Indige0S. Nile.
Sjok H1edahe.-oea,." Iyatem and
. sao" of other troubles f.now.
Doe ot. CotiesaaIA
haafn~a eatie. Idyour SYst
Noting botr than
SATISFACTION OR MO~NEY BACE
wish- will be
a new home,
Save money no
small savinigs have been in
making the first payuzient on a hmi
The fact that you have a B:
idence which results in better ter
make if you did not save. It is not
standing a Bank account &ives ya
you. Begin with one dollar.
The Bank o
Our Mule Pen, I
Harness and Wagon
We are today doj
a thousand -satisfis
were directed to us
to arrive nex
A look, and our price.
you a customer-Gue
D M0 Bradi
By Taking Lydia E. Pink
Chicago, lL.- 'I must thank you with 2
all my heart for Lydia E. Pinkham's
S...Vegetable Com- '
- to my doctor for pills d
and remedies and
theydidnothelp me. -
I had headaches and N
could not eat,and the
doctor claimed I had
iemale trouble and
must Bave an opera
tion. I read in the
paper about Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vege
table Ccmpound and I have taken it and
feel fine. A lady said one day, 'Oh, I
feel so tired all the time and have head
che.' I said, 'Take Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound,' and she
did and feels fine now."-Mrs. M. R.
KAnsCMaCE, 1438 N. Paulina Street,
The Other Case.
Dayton, Ohio.-"Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound relieved me of
pains in my s:ie that I had for years
and which doctors' medicines failed to
relieve. It has certainly saved me fiom
an operation. I will be glad to assist
you by a personal letter to any woman
in the same condition."- Mrs. J. W.
SHErER, 126 Cass St., Diyton, Ohio.
If you want special advice
write. to Lydia E. Pinkbam Med
idine Co. (confidential) Lynn,
Mass. Your letter will be opened,
read and answered by a womar4
and held in strict confidence,
OIEY IDNfY PIL f
.,: BACKACWE KIDNEYS ANO BAODER
Fuel Qua'ities of Wood.
The fuel quasit e. of chestnut ada"t
it particularly to work in brass foun
dries, where it gives just the reg.iredl'
amount of heit and It is therefore in
favor. Coastw!se vesreis in Fin:1-da
pay twice as much for Florida but
tonwood as fcr :-ry other, because it
burns with an -enn heat and with a
minimum amcu:t of smoke and ash
The principal disadsntage of the
resinous pines is Lheir oilv black
Peculiarity- of the Mississippi.
One of the most peculiar things
about the Mississippi fiver was. figured
out by a government engineer. He
says that It would be possible fcr. a
man to take a light canoe at Grexen
ville. Mls. and by floating (~v;:.
stream 40 miles . and portaging four
times he would find himself 40 mile
ostream from where bp started.
- Men With Conceit.
Experience is a great teacher, but
there are someo conceited men who im-~
agine they can give experience cards
and spades and beat It at the teaching
manyv instancs the .means cof
nk atccount brings about a con
ns of purchase than you could
so much the mouncs' as~ it is the
u-That's whewre we eeun help
Houses are~ Full.
ng business with
I customers who
by~ their fathers
and goods make
ss the Reason.
iam & Son Fh
ACOLD CURED R
If ou W tnt to get rid of that COLD or LAGRIPPE
e just purchase t.velve of our Capsules,, comp; - :ndled by
us. If taken 's directed amd th.-y f.ti to cure, we nxill
'.lly relund YoU rM )1(ey.
It 1.' j 'It
(~. C r-. q. I 4!iV
There's a great variety of useful articles req uired
in the kitchen for cooking purpos.qs, and we. have
them all in superior qualit*y. Kettles. Tea and Coxffee
Pots. Broilers. Saucepaus, Fry Pans, Cake [ins,
etc., we have in the most excellent makee. They are
of the finest block tin, and formed in a waY that
makes them inost durab!e. Wheiler you nieed a
whole kitchen out6:t or an od.1 thi, g, it is here.
THROUGH SLEEPING CAR DAILY
PRENNER CARRIVR OF .THE SOUTH.
Queen & Crescent Route. Big Route.
Lv. Charlestom. ........................ 8:00 A. M.
-Lv. Summerville ............ ............ 8:43 A. M.
Lv. Branchville .... .......... ..........10.20 A. M. c
Lv Orangeburg .... ............... ....i0:55 A. M.
Lv. St. Matthews.............. ..... ....11:24 A. M.
Lv Ccshnnbiha .-.. ....... ..... .... . 12:55 P. M. I
Ar. Cincinnati..... ......... ........... 10:55 A. M.
Ar Chic~go......... ................... 9:00 P. Md.
Lv. Chicaigo ..... .... .... ........ ......8:55 A. M.
Lv. Cincininati .......... ... ...... ......0:35 P. M.
Ar..COolmnbia...... '........ ............4:45 P. M.
Ar. St Matthews. .. ..... ........... ... 6:05 P. M.
Ar. Oranmgburg ....... ........... ... ...6:35.P. .
Ar. Branchville .............. ..... ..... 7-15 P. M.
Ar. Summe(rvil:.-........... .. .... ... ... 8:48 P. M
Ar. Charleston .... ....... ..... ... .. ..9:40 P. M.
Excellent conn meat Pfion .. t OC::cao .vl'h throu~ :h 11.r;:.s
tan i. S.-i~A .h, .Mile.aukee. St. Paul aund 2he2. p. in: Wet.t r.
For pan-iiger fires, s helules, tiiekc.s, 0-te , e.d i o
so~hr Riway~ T~ck -t Azgnt
W. H. CAFFEY. I
Div sion Passer~gew A~ient,
WV. E McGEE. 'Charleston, S. C.
Coi~unmhija, s. C
What Will The Harvest Be? 4
Have .'ou ever s oped to~ think of whatL 'he Ici v.-,t of '-l
veur 1 fe's wo k w ill bc? Are you storingr a way p:lt of y our b
money erop for the~ winters of old ag - and mi~efort m-?ur
An inv. stigin will you that our tank woultd be an
ideal phace for k. ephg t our funds safely It's a g!ood p'an
for every farmer t., have a strong banzkin.: connelc-IOn. You ~ .7
mnai want to b-omrow one of L~thsd m-: we can uegt-ite the '.
loan for 'oc. on gon3l securiiy. at rig hit ra:es andi withou ~ *C(
any red tape. D-op in) -> si e:Lus nlext time 'ouie in tewli..d
Make hec.d!h frienudl'-- ~ou don't ha v.to do bushr ess every
time you come in to say "hello." r
Rememaer Us When You Have Money and We'll Remember i
You When You Need Money.
BANK OF TURBEVILLE.
Alcolu Railroad Co.
:ir ctv S.-p: 1. 1914. Spree h.''Y.X, 3 D
za: ion .' Ti N. 1 TrmN.2 Tin c3 aa o4 M.I
Icoiu A r. 8:30) a.m. 01 c n A.500pi. L- :1 o
~eLeod Lv. 8:20 '" 1:0 L.45 ~ 82
birhv -~ 8:15 " '1: :082
luraut 4 8:05 103":5 *. * 3
a-i-a - 7:50 '1:04 :( :5 " 1
:0w Zi.-n 7:40 113" :0 5 4g
eloc " 7:30 "' 1:5~ 4:5i :51
aroda Jt 7:15 -- 1:0~ ~ 2 :5 2
'!:otn 7:0 TIMAr 120 pTA BL,'O 3:0 "ni 93 " 2
Train No. 1 ane''e.,4Trem.-iTabh-gNr.T13iUs
TrrinnNN..22TrninNN.. 3 Trein Ned4T.\in..
Dailywn eacept Sundda>x.y*
v.1:5amAic. S:0y . C815 m y o
Qui~ Tht oesho Affect T - a vo .g to the P:le a" Sick *
ause of it1toni5 an"la4ative efect.5L"X5
E BOMOQUNI i b 1t0:35a orinr Th 4:l St"dr "eea 8:30hein tonic
nin ad oesno cus n 10:5se0 no GR"' 4:ST0L" chl TN45 dr"e ont
ing in he11:3Remember0the fulnaean8'50x "icethboo 1d4itsthSS ge
fo tesintueof~ w ROE " c 1 t:10 . "ru tonic Fo "dlt 8:55 ch-rn 5 F
REPui2E FOWLS FOR MARKET
ry-icking MothdA Allowable for
Droilers Only - -:vely Drcssed
- iutry 2 .-s Itself.
.r the dry-picking
-tho" can be used ':r fowls intended
r :.k.t. but ur c only the
Sn- mothe1 is : abi. A
a fw 1.i(As old is a very
but i .cied it will be
sibe a p'. it without
- -:: .ie of the skin
'Ih a et w. d-r-cn and give
S a ek. The scald
-Ohe incy to
I not only
j-p auc lenger, but
- r..: a co -z Efsh pre
-:1 11.c r'tter ih ehance to sell
to a ,orsd irc. tra.cly dIrcssed
:,mitry r-ls itse*. --:il inferior
.uff roes b-g--ing.
Dry picked pcultry wi?l stand Arger
ip-ments tha hose that are scalded.
Sc:z:c:ss s::cad b3 dressed im
.o.s tely Ititr being killed. To al
r the feathers to remain on for
:l hoiurs will basten decomposi
When' c'ding poultry for market
b -;t to firtt dry-pick the legs, so
.a C-cy will not necessarily be
.c in the water and change color.
eiher th: heads nor the feet should
.ue:i the wier. The water ought to
a ts near the .boiling point as pos
Li2, v;.out boiling.
EEPS C.wS'.STALLS CLEAN
vice Shown in Illustraton to Pre
vent Animals From Standing in
Cutters With Hind Feet.
e :ktch :ovs- a device to keep
. cows from Etanding in the gutter
..ir I: feet ard making a filth
t - :ail v.::cn they step out, then
og d:wn in the mess, writes A. C.
Min rr Tincoln County, Colo., In
S nil and Breeze. Some have
I .'t where movable stanchions
i.-. 1-The Device. Fig. 2-In Use.
ret u::.d. This device works to
rcto.n and sometimes cures CoWs
. . habit. -
T: a v i'1 necd two pieces of 2 by 4.
u: 'm to tt your gutter as shown
ig. 1. Angle off one end so the
c.of.s not lie cn a sharp corner,
two half-diamond cuts In these
.-ccs and set in the cross pieces.
hese are made of 3 by 3 and are se
.rly nailed. If the gutter Is very
ide you may have to put in three
-ips. as a coi used 'to standing in
:.a .utter will soon find she can get
er feet down between thie strip~s. If
au ha':e two or more cows that have
i!s ti-ick stand them together. You
Smake thc* strips long enough for
w~eral cows and put extra -2 by 4
!t es in to sdpport the strips. Lift
:rack and place it back to the wall
t rrnir.g out the cows. This de
o :Tectively cures your, heifers of
Keep salt before the cows at all
.. * * *
Re-'-riivy in feeding is of supreme
cw'.:.3vith the dairy cow. -
* * * .
leep the flccr-, warm. Cold floors
u:: s uch less in milk in winter.
* * *
In salting butter one ounce of salt
> 2 ed of butter is generally about
gh t. .*
Dairy barn ventilation should be fur
ehed by a system, not by cracks and
The successful dairyman is the man -.
ho puts thought into his work Hie
a student of conditioan. -
Now about those cow stables. Don't
irget that a hole in the side of the
w barn means a hole in the pocket.
* * *
On warm days let the cows out in
be yard for a change and to get in
.e sun. When cold keep them in te
* * *
Just can't afford to let the cows
se flesh or get a setback. Remem
ir it costs morney to get an animal in
* * e
Many times the cow that does not
eld a profit t t 'ai1l1 is just as
eral an cater at the marnger as the
w that does make you money every
* * *
Fed cows daily one p~ound of grain
r every three pounds of milk pro
iced twenty-nive to forty pounds of
tra rilage, cnd :rhat clover or alfalfa
ty they will c:-t.
Very fi-equently a cw that is only
ir as to b:ec Lng and productive ea
.city d Co t..tta' in the hiands of
gcc .! '- -. ta,. a &cud c.'w
Be Sure You Get This
d Reliable Cough Medicine
mitations always follow the trail of suc
s. Bundreds of imnitations have come and
c since FoLEY's JioNEY AED TXE CoM+
;D began, 40 years ago, to loon the grip
:oughs andI colds.
Be sure .you get the genufna
Iey's Honey and Tar Compound
/Ind avoid the nam~es that sound lilge it. I
Rere are three easy wvays to tell the
auine. 1st-The name of "Foley's." __
Beehive on the yel
low package. You
*cannot get a sub
stitute to do for you
CourosN will do
-for coughs, colds,
up, bronchial and lagrippe coughs,
oat and lung trouble. Buy it of
ir druggist and be safe.
*** EVERY USER IS A FRIEND.
Dickson's Drug Store.
)LY KIDNEY PIS~
BAGar-WaE KIannEv Aun nLannco
he Great Soap-Maker
Red Devil Lye
Cold Process or
Four of the Big 5c. Cans of Red
Devil Lye will make twenty
WNS ponixs . of the best soap.
* Red Devil Lye is pulverized, and dis
solves as soon as it touches the water.
Best for Cleaning, Washing, Scrubbing.
----JUST ARRIVED AT
500 Pair Ladie4 and MissesShoes and
* Z Sizes2to5
All Solid Leather.
98c a Pair.
Agents for Awerican Lady Corsets
Yu wI foy - n. re Deal.
- . -.-1
The Clarendou Ladwes are cordially invited to
nspect tlie splendid Line of Spring Millinery now -.
opened up at the establishment of THE MISSES
WILKES. on Liberty Street, Sumter, S. C.
Miss Tong, one of the mtl4L ex perienced Milli
ners tht has -sever been in Bumter is now with us,
-and hir repatation albue is a sufficient guaraintee
t~o thL. most exacting.
. CJ[lhed look at -ouit 13arayard .Sailorse and
Tipperarv T'urnbaus and veils. the, very latest ca
tious anJ wich~ are so popular on the fasitionable
bou ter:iids of the la rge cities. . -
We~ have g.meo to extraL en pense and care this
season to giv' our patrons the Newe4s and . Cutest.
and Sm:: test i'8 Milliigery. and our prices arec with.
ii the- :eaclh 6f nli v.ho desire first ehiss heaidwear.
Our store~ is at 33 W. Liberty Stree.. w he e. a
hear .c we com;e awaits those who honor us with a
Sumter, - --- - -S.C._
Fo CasH or on Time with Aproved
Nitrate of Soda,
and Ammoniated Fertilizers with or wit
ut Potash. Better see us before placing.
El .N Eld
Manning, S. C.
TO THE TiMES OFFICF.