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CASE of Mrs, HAM
Declares Lydia E. Pinkham's
Saved Her Life
Shamrock. M.- -I fes ! it my duty
to tell the publc the condition of my
health :.i re usn
tion and congestion,
( gZ femraIc n
pains in _othi ses,&a
ing down pai-e, was
jsitort of e:w,
rassed s eepi es
1n igi:ts, an d a
neither streng't 'nor
energy. There wvas always a fear and
dread in my mind, I had cold, nervous,
weak spells, hot flashes over my body.
I had a place in my right side that was .
so sore that I could hardly bear the
weight o imy clothes. I tried medicinexs
and dcetors, but they did me little good,
and I never expected to get out again.
I got Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable 1
Compound and Blood Purin7er, and I cer
tainly would have been in grave or in an i
asylum if your medicines had not saved o'
me. But now I can work all day, sleep is
well it night, eat anything I want, have
no hot flashes or weak, nervous spell:. g
All pains, aches, fears and dreads are
gone, my house, children and husbana bi
ere no longer neglected, as I am almost
entirely free of the bad symptoms I had
before taking your remedies, and all is S
pleasure and happiness in my home."- b
Mrs. Josm HA=, R.F. D. 1, Box 22, b
If you want special advice write ol
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., n
(confidential) Lynn, Mass.
E~tive .9 . 1 1914.
:sa ion Train No. 1 Train No. 2
Read 7p. Read Dow.
A eolu Ar. s:30 a.m. Lv. 10:15 a.m.
McLeod Lv. S:20 10: 0
H1arby '-:15 10:2.5
Di rant '8:5" 10:35
Sardiria 7:50 10:50
New Zion 7:40 11:30
Beards 4 7:35 - " :!')
Seloe ' :30 '' "11:23
Paroda .3t 7:15- 11:40
Huons '7:10 1:55
O-ta 7:00 --~Ar. 12:05 p.m.
!'rain No. 1 and No. 4 are P'as-err i Ti
Ti'rain No. 2 ad No. 3 are Mi:ed Train
Daily except :unDay.
i*****McI4.eods.I- Harby . D:uran:s, lHam C
Spray With Red
Makes old orchards produce; do
of garden and truck. Buy a can at
spray and grow prize winners. Ei
Win. Schield Mfg. Co., Sb. Louis, M
Some Forms of Rh:iamatis-n Csrab c.
*Rheumti,nm is a dlisea- e L'
ized by palus i:: ihe joi)I.til::
umli ' HeadLochi-, Segel' I t :ui m r
aoid Lumbago. .\l f th0 !N '. . ,.an
be helped asolutely by a ppl msm
good0 liuimenlt that penetrates. .\: :
plication of Sloan' Uni....:.. e
thr'ee times a day to :h a: ee :mr
w:i! elv instant re .I. '
mien: is 2ood1 for pi.u a
to the sat of the tro ble. s
aflhi'e2 inart nidm
:o ca-e of emergeaty. ai.tI : ii ':.
Another Chance for Hubby.
Advertisement in a papcr-not in
the Billville district: "This is to no
tify my husband, who got mad and
ran away without sayin' so much as
a word, that if he returns home and_
signs a paper to quit his mennzess
and act sensible, liko he ought to have
been raised to. which he wasn't, about
all that I can think of now will be
forgiven, provided, as said before, that
he is a changed man an' will quit rais
in' Cain an' a-doin' of nothin'.-Atan
Infection in The Ar.
*..ed.cal athm o a ~d
ar'' fe etou. i :- t b :n
Fol il yam .
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'Israfel'' Ange! of Mus.
Israfel1 or Israfi. in Mohamm" 'an
rmythology, was the ang:r- of n:' ic, f
whos puossesses the :ni-t meiedious
voice of all God's creatur's. Tiss
th.' ongr who is to sound th: es:r
ree:ion trump, an~d wii ravish h :r
of the saints in ?Pm:- I1af.Ga
bri-l and Micha!,wr'e -
Ples, Nerve', Bbao
and wan:. 25 pt:> cxnc:e:~
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deposite :i. Thise Lhit ie . -
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Be ur Yu et TOflhse
rodp bRelialn Cough Mpedcine,
Imitationd aluasn ol t e u tr i of e
ourgdsuggid cold se
Diey'sony and uTar tuCmon.
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our ruggst ad4besafe
** EVR SE sA RED -'
-4 ( d
So leE t: Secios.
charzds n V-itsy of Cedar Thick
ets Usual;y Suner More Severely
Th-an T?-c: /hich Arc Situ
ated Some :stance Away.
The cear rust of applies is more or
ad in the asu.r. and
:ra ions of !he United Stat S.
frwm New 1lumpshire to
-rti ardnaon the~ Atlanic sea
ar and wetwird as far as Iowa
d Nbraska. T> disease is nrot
*'d except in regions vxhero both
Sand rid cedar grow. The red
,lar i very nbundant in some parts
th- astern states, and in those sec
ms there is a great deal more of the
.eas than in any other portion. The
incipal reason for this lies in the
. that. along with the ahudance of
dar trees. the large commercial ap
3 orchards conrtin many varieties
tch are particularl, susceptible to
ldiseas5e. Orchards in the vicinity
ccdar thiek:s have usually suf
Cd more sv ely than those which
a situated at some distance. The
jury is mere marked if the orchard
on the leeward side of the cedar
ickets, where the spores of the dis
so may be continually borno In by
evailing winds, but all orchards of
sceptible varieties of apples suffer
>re or less from the cedar rust. Two
ars aoo. the finacial loss to apple
wers in the state of Virginia alono
ss : d to be upwards of on-i
If mill ion dollars. and this did not I
o into account the loss du to
akness of the trees and to impairing
, vitality of the fruit buds for the
lowing year, which would surely
niish cach suce.ading crop.
The cedar trees in the vicinity of
ple orchards develop, during the
nter and early siring, a large num
r of corky galls, which are common
spoken cf as cedar apples. These
"Cedar Apple" in the Gelatinous
ondition. It Is Usual to Find This
ondition After a Warm Spring
Rain. When These Masses Begin
to Dry Out They Set Free Millions
of Sporidia Capable of Infecting
[Is contain the wintor spores and
wr mature duringr the warm days
late winter and early. sprin.. When
Sweather become~s warm enoutgh
d there is aundant moisture pres
the ceuinr a pi.' s thrust out many
laticus tordrils. So long as the
atincus muaterial is damp the spores
not escape To an:y extent. but, if
ght, sunnty days w.ith brisk winds
I1 ,:. the watvry t--ndriis are dried
dte spores are biov:n. away from
Scedar apples. The wind, of
rse, blows th, so spores whtere It
s, but only thos" which are carried
apples trees fihd conditions which
Ssuited to their gormiinationl and
Tow far th: :o scos ma y be car
dhas never been d.a :nitely deter
a .Our ubservatiotns and studies
toth---.hwe;. -r. that if an orchard
oe.alf mtile from the cedar. the
cunt if rtust infcction is usually not
at enutgh to he a serious injiury
the orchard Any cedar tr.. es whic h
-cut a~'er Mdarch first should be
r d, since th. y retain the ability
cause infection for two months.
-iE PERIODS OF GESTATION
proxmate Figures Given for Comn
n.on Farm Animals-Considerable
Variation Is Likely.
-'o many inouirlcs have been re
ud r.:!tive t he-erid ofT gesta
: :or ..nmonf- m aimas th'at we
-0th fe.i i.re ttemuent of
3rxmnate iiriods: Iares
onth.: ems 2. i'ay: sheep, 5
I~h: ::as. . t sov:, 4
. -7-'ys "at, 50l days;
,511 30 ays:ssre! "8 days; rat,
*as tur'' . int ubt.on . 21 to :30
es: ' -u r c a n '.~. to 2' days: ' g<es
to :..3 days; dcl s. :4 to 2o das
a 1: o 2 d y ;I3: i t'' '
:tmrit om brdt~ the
t 1 1 ' a s
DeI nquen t Tax Sale.
udrand by virta of smadryecu
b-::li L. t L.e \\a'e- . ony
lImpossi' is a word only to be
ad in h e dictionary of fools.--Na
, O TTEDR ADIDI
R/ISE 21.1 TULOUSE GEESE
FFeJ A!r.cst aLtirely or
-r :: G.:jct to Direase
e :: - th' lrm Toulouse geese
rd (h:;n vry 1 rofitable. They
. be raied alcrost entirely on,
.:ra 1A : are not subject to disease,
lik -1hivltns. They commence to
lay au th c'i- middle of February and
wi1l ]IN fro:t twelve to fifteen eggs
bcefore waating to rt. They will lay
Sclitches of eggs if they are
-r - whn ty want to set. One
r -ilould be nt for every three
or or'or -sC z hey have access
Pair of Toulouse Geese. 6
to a pond of water in the spring, al
_ost every egg will be fertile. The
sooner the eggs are set after they
are laid the better they will hatch.
We set the eggs under hens giving
seven eggs to each hen. If the
w-ather is very dry we moisten the
eggs with lukewarm water about the
middle of the hatch and again a day
or two before they are due to hatch.
We nearly always have good luck
hatching the eggs, says a writer in an
We give the goslings their first
feed and water when they are forty
elght hours old. The water should be
kept before them all the time in some
thing that they can drink out of eas- -
Ily, but can't get into. We keep green
feed such as lettuce, mustard or
tend'er grass before them all the
time, and give them bread moistened
with milk. pot cheese or wet corn
meal, threa times a day until they are
three weeks old. After this we give
them a good feed of wet corn meal
every night and morning and all the
green feed they will eat until they
are about seven weeks old. Then they
are turred out in the pasture or in a
rape ptek and do not rece& any
more graix uatil fall. The gesliogs do
not need a Of eTO 30 C" 9
PREPARI FUR DEAR EGS
Hatches From Whieh Early Pullets
Are Derived That Are Largeet
Money Producers for Farmer.
If the farmer wishes to benefit by
the high prices that eggs are cer
tain to bring next fall and winter, he
should begin to get ready for them
say the poultry specialists in the
department. The way to have eggs
ate in the year Is to hatch pullets
early. It Is the early hatches from
which the early pullets are derived
that are the largest money-makers
for the poultry producer. The early
hatched cockerels can be marketed
in almost any market in America when
the'y attain a weight of three-fourths
cf a p:ound and a pound to a pound
ar d a half each, which they should
rcahn at about six to~ ten weeks of age,f
resisotive-ly, at a greater profit to the
prodnecar than at any other time of
their lives. The early hatched pul
lets. if Proporly grown, should begin
to lay- in the fall at the time when
eggs are sr-arce and high in price.
Pults :aust be well matured be
fore they will lay many eggs.
Puillets that start to lay in the fall
before cold weather sets in will, as a
rule, lay all winter.
It is the early hatched pullets that
produce cggs in the fall and early
winter, when prices are high.
February, March and April are the
months to do your hatching in order
to s-eure early hatched pullets.
Yearling and two-year-old hens do
not lay manny eggs in the fall, as they
a-e nuoltirng at that time, and the feed
they consumrne goes not only to keep
up the energy and life of the birds, but
also to put en or growv a new coat of
In properly matured pullets all sur
plius energy beyond that needed to
meet the reciuirements of lie body
is available for the production of ma
W\rite the secretary of agriculture, Itidc
Washington, D. C., for bulletins on m
poultry nmanagement. sc
TESTiNG SEED BY INCUBATOR
Tray Made of Light Wood, Filled With
Sand, VWill Prove Efficacious
Keep Temperature Right.
While not in use for hatching, the
inubater may be used for testing seed
by tmaking a false tray of light wood
which is filled with sand. The seed
should he placed in the sand, covered
and kept moist. Kop the tempera
turt' up to. or above S5 degrees, and
the see-d will germninate in a short
Ev-en whe t t a te ae for krtetinL
hbtween Iant) e&t in a plte edt
tir.: th" pla. under the egg tray in
what is known as the "chick niursery"
Phani t h.e: er::.i:nted in sand mcay
I"' twne";la - to the hot hodrnot
oly' tri':z 1e 9 -0 for- 'italty but
util::-. :heo ' o i's cd
TAE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Carendon.
y .houe- 3L Windham,' Esq., .Tudge
of iro a l~ t. u
.\;ere:-- .hsep ) t l icbou- :.si
.l icwX- i t o
The mn v.a realy p aci n wha
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
A LCOHOL 3 PER CENT Always Bought
similatingt(hEfodaadRegua- Bears the
Opiumn 1orphine nor ieraU
,a Aperfect Remedy forConSitpa Us e'
nessandLOSSOF&SM Fo Over
NE W YORK. Thirty Years
Exact Copy of Wrapper- TECNAUC'MP NY. NWYR IY
THK Cf4TAU CJUP N CW YORK CITV.
Follow the Crowds.
--- -TO - -
Tornado Sale !
Goods at Your Own Price
wish will be
a new home,
Save money now."
Small savings have been in many instances the Imeans of
ng the first paymILent on a home.
The fact that von have a Bank account brings about a con
:1co which results in better terms of purchase than you could
3e if vou did not save. It is not so much the money as it is the
Jind' a Bank aocount gives you--That's where we een help
Begin with one dollar.
rhe Bank of Manning.
Our Mule Pen, Buggy Repository,
arness and Wagon Houses are Full.
We are today doing business with
a thousand satisfied customners who
were directed to us by their fathers
Fourth Car Mules
to arrive next Monday.
A look. and our price, and goods make
ou a custom:.r e-Guess the Reason.
d $7.25 to
I - Tid Ca .e May 29th to June 2nd,
inc., iirah & Jne, 10th. Extersion and
step-ove- -r For
rat , schlv s - e: -
rte' . IRA - . - C)T14~
P vaions, etc., c:Jl en
1 4 IL o i H D. Clark, C\
l Agt. AST.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
Fo CasH or on Time with Aproved
Nitrate of Soda,
and Ammoniated Fertilizers with or with
out Potash. Better see us before placing
EllING OIL EILL
Manning, S. C.
TO THE TINES OFFICE.
IA COLD CURED FOR
If 3ou want to get rid of that COLD or LAGRIPPE
* just purchase twelve of our Capsules, compounded by
us. If taken as directed and they fail to cure, we will
~ ladly refund your money.
DICI(SON'S DRUG STORE,.
There's a great variety of useful articles required
in the kitchen for cooking purposes, and we have
them all in superior quality. Kettles. Tea and Coffee
Pots, Broilers, Saucepans, Fry Pans, Cake Tins,
etc., we have in the most excellent makee. They are
of the finest block tin, and formed in a way that
makes them most durable. Whethier you need a
whole kitchen outtit or an odd thir g. it is here.
SWhat Will The Harvest Be? .
Ha-:e you ever stopped to think of what the harvest of
your lif's work will bey Are you storing away part of your
mioney crop for the wintersof old age andlmisfortune?.
An :tvesttiaioii wti you that our bank would bea
ideal place for keep)ing your.funds safely. It's a good n
fo every farmer to~ have a strong bank ing connction. Y\
muay want to bortrow one of these oays: we can uegoate the
loan for you, ou good tseiy at igae s andi wibt
any red tape. Dr op intoseu net im yo'e ntw.
Mak-e the call friendly-you don't have !u doh:.a eve*ry
time you come in to say "hello."
SRememaer Us When You Have Money and We'll Remember
You When You Need Money.
RAN'K OF TURBEVILLE.