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* .OU!S APPE~LT.
JANUARY IT; 189.
APRIL 21, 191s.
MANNING S. C., JUNE 30, 1915.
PUBL..15ED EVERY WEDNESDAY
L. I. APPELT,
Horses, -Castle and Hogs.
Panacea makes hens lay
and poultry healthy.
Instant Lo'use Killer kills
lice, fleas and ticks.
Give it a fair trial accord
ing to dtrections and if not
satisfactory your money re
"Everything Good to Eat."
Everybody go to Pinewood next Mon
The campaign opens to-morrow at
The road to success is paved with
Mr. R. D. Cothran has returned
from a trip to Virginia.
Mr. Dan Hyrick, of Spartanburg,
visited Manning this week.
The managers can get the boxes Sat
urday--campaign day in Manning.
We call special aetention to the page
ad of D. Hirschmann in this issue.
Mrs. Stewart Harvin left last week
for the mountains of North Carolina.
A revival meeting will be started in
the Baptist church here next Sunday.
Iqr. W. E. Haley of Wilson, who has
been ill with typhoia. fever is improv
Hon. John R. Dingle, candidate for
for the Senate, was in Mannmng Satur
Mrs S. Katzoff and children are
spending a few weeks at Wrightsville
Governor Manning has reprieved the
death sentence of Willie Bethnne until
Miss Lucille Alsbrook, of Spartan
burg, is visiting friends in Manning,
her old home.
Mr. Fred Lanham, manager of the
Kingtree base ball team, spent last
Saturday in town.
Prof. and Mrs. D R. Riser left last
Friday for Ridgeway, where they will
spend the summer.
Only wind is needed to. spread rum
ors, but- for reliable news you must
read your borne paper.
Abrams is back at the trading public
with another double page ad this week.
E pleasure, w
hat we are pi
tyles for the c
re receiving c
M just as it ari
rork in the he
a man of his;
"A CO. with j
Lnd facilities 1
. We want
invite our pa
home and pI
2gs with us, C
On last Friday night, Clerk of Court
Bapron's fine cow gave birth to twins.
one male and one female.
John G. Dinkins, Esq., will give a
talk to Trinity Sunday school at 3:30
o'clock next Saturday at Trinity.
The New- Idea Co., is now in their
new quarters, in the Nettles store,
read their announcement at the top of
All members of the J. 0. U. A. M.
are requested to attend regular meet
ing tomorrow, Thursday night. Busi
aess of Importance.
We have received from the field of
Mr. Jno. D. Gerald some full grown
otton bolls. This is the earliest we
hive ever known in Clarendon.
A single man out of a job is to be
pitied, as he has no wife to support hinr.
The man who would run a newspaper
to suit everybody went to heaven long
Mr. C. M. Mason picked up a coat in
in the road near Bear creek last Thurs
lay while coming from Foreston and
eft it in The Times office. Owner can
bae same by calling at this offices
A class in Shorthand is being organ
zed by Mrs. Arant. Any one wishing
o take advantage of this opportunit-y
will see Mrs. Arant at once. Mrs.
Aana is an experienced teacher and a
proficient shorthand writer.
On last Wednesday Mr. Owen Hodge,
formerly of Alcolu, but for the last six
vear's of Greelyville, was drowned while
L bathing in- Mr, Hope swamp, near
3reelyville. The deceased was buried
at Mt. Hope church on the following
A town that is large enough and
good enough for a man to earn his liv
ng in is good enough for him to buy
hs provisions in. If he does not think
o, both he and the town would better
aff if his tent were pitched on other
It takes a rich man to draw a check
a pretty girl to draw attention, a horse
to draw a cart, a porous plaster to draw
kin, a toper to draw a cork, a free
lunch to draw a crowd, and a well dis
played advertisement in The Times to
A superstitous subscriber, who found
a spider in his paper, wants to know if
t is considered a bad omen. Nothing-1
,f the kind. The snider was just look
ing over the columns of the paper to
s'ee what merchants were not advertis
ing so that it could spin its web across
tis door and be free from disturbance.
To be married to-day at Newberry,
:he home of the bride, Mr- Wilkes
Enight and Miss Caroline Spearman.
Ir. Knight, at one time lived in Man-1
ing, his first wife was Miss Hennie
Legg, sister of Mrs. R. R. JTenkinson.]
E~e is now post master at Bamberg and
aditor of the Bamberg Herald. 1
This is just the right size town to
ettle down in and enjoy life. Every
ing for the comfort of life can be
bought here and 810 will go as far as
$25 will in the large cities. When you
want to leave the farm, come to our
town and build a nice comfortable home
and be among the best people in the
The candidates for the State Senate
will speak in Paxvil~e next Tuesday.
Juy 6th at 12 o'clock. The ladies of
the Methodist church will ser-ve dinner
on this occasion. A very tempting
menu is being prepared by them for:
the smafl sum of 35e. We want a large:
attendance of the ladies as well as the 1
gentlemen- In the afternoon, at 4:30
o'clock. a game oi ball will be played
on the Paxville diamond.
The Atlantic Coast Line announces
reduced excursion fares from all points
on its line to nearly all destinations
within a radius of approximately 350
miles from starting point. Tickets
will be sold for use on the going trip
on all trains of July 3rd, 4th. and 5th,
limited returning to reach destination
prior to midnight of July 8th. 1915. For
fares, schedules, tickets, etc., cali on
Mr. H. D. Clark, Ticket Agent, Man
Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Mr. Jos.
Public worship. 11:00 a. in., and 8:30
p. m. conducted by the pastor.
Epworth League, 5:30 p. m.
Prayermeeting, Thursday 5:30 p. m.
TRINITY:-Sunday school every
Suday at 4:00 p. mn. Mr-. A. M. White
superir.tendent.. Public worship en
the 2nd and 4th Sundays at 5:00 p. m.
conducted by the pastor.
The public is cordially invited to all
G. P. WArsoN,
-e take these r
We are fixing
:lean, fresh an
-iVes. Mr. Ki
art of the ma
ibility and -old
to furnish the
this fact to be'
trons and the
:e. 'We are al
ace of rest. I
Don't Knock a Gqod Thing. to
Editor Times:-Some knocker is tel- th
ing t ~")bacco Store can not give th
tuffici'.. .eat to cure tobacco in any of
yrdinary opirn. All tobacco men who be
3ave cured tobacco know the tempera- m;
re in a barn after the barn is filled St
s often 90 to 100 degrees without any tb
ire.' Now the stove will produce 100. m
legrees of heat, so then - when fire is jo
tarted and fall flow of oil is turned on Pa
he thermometer will register 190 to PC
W00 degrees, it only takes 165 to 170 to m
ure tobacco without injuring it,- so
;here is heat to spare. The knockers m
remind me of the man that sent a new
air of shoes to his brother by wire. fo
tours truly, p
- A. C. DAVIS. Ti
Woman's Missionary SocIety. al3
Meets Friday July 2nd, at 5:30 p. m. ep
Praise God from all blessings flow. w
Bible Lesson, Luke XX 1-14 inclu'sive, Sa
zad Cor. 1X 6-8-Mrs T. M. Sprott. us
Prayer-Mrs W G. King. co
Eym-64- ' t
Presentation of Christian Stewardship co
-Mrs. Wolfe- as
Reports of Superintendent. a
Leportsof Committees. d
General business. fa
opic, Brazil-Mrs. Geo. Dickson. - h
opic, The Working Girl-Mr. Joseph it
'opic. The Immigrant-Mrs. Murritt B
Payment of dues-Dismissal-.s
Pinewood's Good Cheer Day' be
Monday July 5th, 1915, is "Good tis
heer Dlay" at Pinewood, and elabor
2rogram has been prepared and pub.. he
ished giving in detail the following: as
10 A. M-Base ball, Summerton vs Lw
11:30-Speaking by senatorial candi- Si
lates, and music in school auditorium. th
1P.'M.-Barbacue dinner with other Le:
neats and entrements will be served wi
athe ladies of the Baptist church. ht'
Price 50 cents for all yen want. Cake CI
nd ice cream extra. no
Refreshments and ices .will be served th
luring the day in the nearby grove, he
5 P.M.-Baseball, Summerton vs ph
Dark-Au Reveir. we
A very large crowd is expected at de
his meeting. both from Sumter and.
1arendon and adljoining counties, for wi
n addition to the program, the subject wi
>f a portion of Clarendon county lear. Si:
g and adjoining Sumter county will
nost likely be discussed, along with we
ther timely topics. A vacancy exists of,
rom Clarendon county in the State wi
enate and the candidates for this posi- no
ion are invited to attend and address Di
he gathering on this occasion. th
The hospitality of the good people of th
Pinewood and the country thereahonts ce
s known far and near and those who im
nay be so fortnnate as to be present on
his occasion will never have cause to M
-egret, but will congratulate them- Co
elves at an opportunity to be the re- we
~ipients of the generosity of this most Ai
nagnanimous generous people. .1
The editor of the Herald says that m
he State Warehouse System is not an de
.ssue in the Senaworial campaign, and Li
>f course he is entitled to his opinion, M
aut I must differ with him, even if an
:his system is established and a part of mi
:he State's co-operative poniey. We D
ust not forget that had it not been M
or the faithful and hard fight made
y the late Senator Appelt from this th
~ount, Senator Banks of Calhoun da
~ounty, and Senator Evans of Marl-ju
,oro. This system would have stood a jPa
very slim chance of being maintained t
it the 1915 session of the legislature.
e also says that we are not going to Lb
3lect a McLaurin man, and I aeree bu
rith him in this statement, at the same
ime I believe the people are going to we
3!ect a man to the State Senate from Br
this county that they know will co-op- p
arate with McLaurin, or wvho ever may Ip
be the Commissioner-.a
Too many times have we heard itd
said tait fatrming is the back bone of IB
the world, not to have men enough in
the lawmaking department of our'
State to hack up any movement that
promist s to bring the relief to the
farmers this system promises. because
it. is admtirted by Bankers lawyers and
men in ever y walk of life, that ev-en.
hiis warenouse s.astem is yet in its in- m~
faney, yet great benefit hais come to
the farmers, in the way of s:oraare and
insurance, and had this system been in
operation the first of last September-,
and the farmers could have stored theirr
notton and held it until tbe advance inrI
price this spring It would have ment
miilions of dollars to tbe farmers and I '
merchants of this State. While with
aeans to ann
cated at the
up this fine
id comfort of
asnoff, as th
e and experi
ways glad t<
in as Jenkin
put their cotton on the market, or
least a great many of them to satisfy
eir creditors. and a great deal of
is same cotton today is in the hands
the speculator, and the farmers have
en powerless along this line all these
iny year,,. And with the otler
ates where cotton is grown adopting
is system we are absolutely assured
ny advantages that others now en
F. And I hope in the next State cam
ign, this warehouse system and its
rpose will be preached from the
untains to the sea.
The Summerton base ball team,
et at the offce of A. J. Richbourg
;t Friday afternoon and elected the
lowing ofcers: Capt. J. A. James,
esident; Fred Barnes, Secretary and
easurer; Julian H. Scarborough,
nater. A finance committee was
o elected composed of Messrs. J. A.
mes, W. H. Anderson; George Jos
h and D. C. Mason. Any amateur
tins wanting to play a series of games
1 communicate with the manager.
Mr. J. Harper Billups was in town
turday, and seemed to be feeling un
ally good, and when asked by your
erespondent what was bringing about
use broad smiles, he said he had just1
rpleted his handsome residence,
d that even -though for all- these
my years he had failed to get in
uble harness. and now his eyes .was
.lg and he needed some one to do
Sdarning. that perhaps a nice home
uld be some attraction, how about
Nrs. Leon Fischer. Master Vernon,
d Mrs. Fischer, brother Bennie
-oad way, left here this week to spend
a balance of the summer. at their
miner home in Hendersonville, N. C.
Rev. C. S. Felder and family of
anitesville, is spending some time
re with his mother and othee rela
En a series of three games of- ball
re last week between Sumnmerton
d St. Matthews, St. Matthews won
o of the thrre games played, while I
Sinformed by the manager of the I
mmerton team, that the St. Mat-.
sws team, was to be high school
tm but when they reached here it,
s found that they had two boys who,
d been at lermaa, two boys from
mson, and one from Wofford, but
Swanting to disappoint the people,
my ook out some of the school boys
re' and put in some of the older
tyers, who had not played in some
o or three yeas, and this perhaps.
s responsible for Summerton being
Irs. J. W. Lesesne and children.
o has been spending some time
th relatives and friends at Ninety
c, returned home last week.
1r. C. M. Davis who for about thrcee
eks suffered with another an attack
rheumatism, and was threatened
th fever, we are glad to report is
w up and able to be out again. Mr.
vis expects to leave here about July
15th, for Hot Spring.Arkansas, and
many friends of this good man sin
-ely hope to see him return much
proved in health.
['he young men's bible class of the
~thodist church. mentioned in your
respondents comnmunicalion hist'
ek, now has a membership of 51.
d the president of the class, Dr. T
Davis named the following commit
s last Sunday. Membersbip Coin
ttee-Messrs. J. M. Rowe, Andrew
iter. I. Y. Eadon, R. M. Felder,
:1 Wallace Mathis. Devoti~nal Coin.
ttee-Messrs. Jeff Davis, T. C. Fel
r. F. R. Dingle, Henry Felder, and
cian Broad way. Hall Committee
ssrs. A. G. Cthewning, C. T. Dingle
1 Peter Chewninz. Absence Com
ttee-Messrs. L. B. Davis, Jose-ph
ntey, Fladger Richbourg, H. H.
dlin and Tom Rogan.
A game of base ball was playc~d on
SSummerton diamond hero Sat ur
y afternoon between the Cross Roids
tior league, and the schoo: boys from
nola, in which the Panola boys wcn
Sgame by a score 10 to 11.
r. M. 1B. Lesesne of t i lace ipent
first of this week in Chiarleston 01
\n alligator was killed one day last
ek at Princes pond, by Mr. Ulyses
uson, while in the swamp with a
sty of fishermen.
d~i5s Flossie Patterson of Greenwood
1 Misses Warren and Emily Rileyv of
rnxell are the guests this week of
ss Katbaline Capers.
unday School 10:00 a in. E. L
reachmng by the Pastor at 11:13 a.
,and 8:30 p. m~.
unior B. Y. P' U meet at 5 p. in.
sunbeaims m-ts at 4:30 p. in.
ur Midsummer Sevival meeting be
s Suntiav. Rev. Allen Fort wvill ar
eMoniaay p. mn., D. V., anid preach
mday evening. The public is cord
I' invited to atnadahat
iomie assured. adahat
J. A. ANSLEY,
ounce to ou
new and si
e head of th
up and shi
can get. A
enced like i1
a great vari
n your mm
.see you it
u for your p
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY EL
Notice is hereby given that a D(
cratic Special Primary Election wi'
held in Clarendon County during
month of July 1915, for the purpose
nominatinr a State Senator to fill
vacancy caused by the death of
late Louis Appelt. The following
designated as polling places and
following are the managers and cI
to conduct the said Special Electioi
Alcolu-I B Bagnal, J J Barfield
W Barwick, J. G. Clark, clerk, vo
Clarendon-S J Bowman, 3 In
Wilson, F P Burgess, C - W V
Dlerk, voting place, Supervisor's of
Bloomville-W C White, C 3 Ha
BB Parker, W S Anderson el
voting place, F C Thomas' store.
Davis Cross Roads-Jeff M Davis
E Rowe,. Frank McKnight, W B D)
alerk, voting place, C A Harvin's s
Summerton-J M Plowden, F
Dingle, Henry A Richbourg, W~
Anderson clerk, voting place A J R
Davis Station-T B Thames, I
Stukes, J W Childers, J D Richbc
cerk, voting place, depot.
Oakdale-J J Epps, D M Eyans,
Reardon, H B Harrington clerk, yo
place, Oakdale school house.
Fork-R L Logan, Walter M. He
E C Wadford, J D McFaddin el
voting place, Harvin depot.
Manning-E C Horton. Jesse
Sprott, R R Jenkinson, P B Mo:
alerk,- voting place. grand jury root
Manning Farmers Platform-B
aolladay, J Furman Bradham,J
Asbrook, A C Davis clerk, voi
place, county treasurer's office.
Sardinia-Hugh McFaddin, D
DuBose, H H Garland, 3 E McFai
:lerk, voting place, J J Garland's st
Jordan-B B Thompson, W J B
inson, Jr., W M Graham, P h[ Mi
m clerk, voting place, B B Tho
Fqireston-S M Haynesworth, C
and, E M Fulton, Frank Boss
:lerk, voting place T L Bagnal's st
Foreston Reform-G A Holladay,
r Blackwell, J B Richbourg, J C JC
son clerk, voting place Dr. Nett
Paxville-Chas Thigpen, P A Ho
1 P Brown, B M Bradham clerk,
ng place R B Bradham's office.
Doctor Swamup-Jos D Mitchum,
W Thame~s, I N Tobias, M L Alsbr
.lerk, voting place, Dutiv's Old Sti
Gibbons Mill-F N Thomas, TI
Beard, Jr., D G Buddin, M H Mell<
lerk, voting'place, Gibbons Mill.
Silver-W T Briggs, W P Nap~
J I Cain, Robt Baker clerk, vot
lace, Baker's store.
Pinewood-E C Geddings, H
Richardson, Jr., P B Lawrence, R~
Lawrence clerk, -voting place, E
New Zion-J P Buddin, P M Gibt
U P Hardy, C W Lavender clerk,1
ng place, Gibbons' store.
Midway-R P Morris, S E Johne
J L Barrow, D A McIntosh, ele
toting place, Barrow's Mill.
Sandy Grove-J H Ham, Silas Fic
T H Baker, .J H Floyd, voting pI:
The Son of Man is come t
Gospel Meetings at Ba
r friends, patroi
and same wil
is large and wE
;ping some of t
business of st
t has, are the on
ty of bargains i
d,.and to be cc
it our New Stor
i our store, buy
ast favors of so
we remain, yo
EC- Harmony-W I Hudnal. H L B
Hodge, A M White, B B Odom clerk,
voting place, Plowden school house.
Seloc-D E Cole, C H Castine, M L
mo- Hicks. J C Roberson clerk, voting
I be place,'Cole's store.
the Panola-C W Brown, D E Holladay, t
of W R Davis, G H Coulette clerk, voting
the place, C W Brown's store.
the Doulas-R H Gamble, D E Turbe
are ville, M J Morris, W J Turbeville
the clerk, voting place, Turbeville and
erks Dennis' store.
I The first primary< election will be t
, D held on Tuesday, July 13, 1915.
ting The managers shall open the polls at t
8 o'clock a. m. and shall close them at -
ram four o'clock p. m. The managers shall
elis then proceed pubdicly to count the C
qce- votes. After tabulating the result, t
ley. they shall certify the same and forward
erk, thbeballot box, containing the bahots,
poll list, and all other papers, except
9 . the original: Club Book, to the County
avis Chairman within thirty-six hour s after t
Loe the close of the polls.
R Before opening the polls the 'mana
H gers sball take and sign the oath pro- f
ch- vided for in rule 37, before voting each
- voter shall take the oath provided for
G in rule 38. c
urg Special attention of the managers is
directed to Rules Numbers 25, 28, 27,
R L 28, 29 and 40.t
ing . S. OLIVER 0' BRYAN,
ark, J. M IDHAMI
R Secretary. . a
- D After~ fteen years of ssientific re-d
ing search, I have found a permanent cure C
R for Consumption in its first and second
loin stages known as Golden's Consumption k
a-Cure. Price S1.00 and 50c per bottle. t
sc GOLDEN'S DRUG STORE. t
s Qulalified Candidates. b
,vell The following have duly qualified as c
are. candidates in the approaching Demo- *
W cratic special primary election for the
hn- purpose of nominating a State Senator,
les' to-wit: John. R. Dingle, Charlton Du
Rant, J. W. Wideman. - J
dge S. OLIVER O'BRYAN,
rot- -County Chairman.
Mannmng, S. C., June 30, 1915. V
M India's Aluminum Wealth.
te India offers a great field for future
supplies of aluminum. There are
great deposits of laterite and bauxite
from which aluminum is derived. It
B Is said that the Indian poutcould
Ej be placed on the market at a figure tl
C but~ little more than half that f the d
present quotation. The use of this
ometal is handicapped by the ost at
ot- present, and if the metal could be a
secured at a lower cost its field of s1
rk, usefulness would be greatly expanded .
There are manly comparatively ac-a
d, cessible points where factories for the S1
ce, extraction of aluminum could be kc
o seek and to save that which is
ptist Church, July 4th to 18th. h
M. 8:30 P. M.
ris and the
I be display(
ly ones that
.n this -and c
>nvinced of c
e, make it th
Ing or not. I
urs with thar
RIS NESS, I
MISSION OF THE SOUTH TO CLOTHE
. Continued from Editorial Page.
een called a dreamer, and I wish
hat I were worthy to take my
lace among the great dreamers
>f this world. But the gift is not
nine to pierce the well of doubt
,nd look into the face of unborn
ime. I only stumble and falter
n darkness, see but dimly, and
feel that, so far as I am con
erned, I have done about all
hat ! can ever do in this great
vork, and that others must soon
ake it up and carry it forward
o success. Herbert Kaufman
aiys, "Dreams are architects of
act." If that be true then,
"What matters sneers and
".This world is made up for
he most part of those who take
'ut never give, sharing in all,
ut sparing naught, who cheer
grudge but grudge a cheer.
"Wherefore the paths of pro
ress have been sobs of blood
ropped from the broken hearts
"Makers of empires, they
ave fought for higher things
an empires, and higher seats
Grief has only streaked their i
eads with silver, but has never
reyed their hopes.
"Dreamers are argonauts, the
eekers of the priceless fleece of.
"Through all the ages the
oice of destiny calls them from
ae unbroken vasts.<
"They dare uncharted seas,
ecausa they are the makers of
"With only cloth of courage
I the mast arnd no compass save.
eir dreams, they sail away un
aunted for the far blind shores.
"Their brains have wroughtt
I human miracles; in lace ofC
~one their spires stab the skies,
ad their golden crosses kiss the
"A great ship a few months
o. stricken to death by an
*berg, shivers, trembles and
oans. A cry for help, that
ystery the wireless, flashes
andreds of miles across the
~as, because Marconi dreamed.
"Wiugs of canvas now beat
e air and add the highways of
e eagle to the human paths.
"One man drew lightning with -
kite from the clouds, another
tting by the .fire sees the
eady escape of steam from the e
~ttle. The dreams of Franklin t
ats, Morse and hundreds of
hers have girdled the globe E
ith bands of steel and anni- s
"The phonograph, a disc of t
ax, a square box, afew springs
needle and a throat of brass
God-hewn voice swells out,
,ught whole, clear and sweet,
last for ages after the singer
L returned to the dust whence
came, and all because Edison4
"What would this world be o1
ncy or of fact, were hands all I
ith which men had to build? A
"Your very homes are Set, S
n as the
ts in all
%d in our
upon the land a dreamer found
the pictures on its walls are
visions from a dreamer's soul.
"They are the blazers of the
way, the men who rever wear
doubts bandaged on .their eyes.,
Men who hold to courage and to
"Cowardice and lack of faith
can alone keep -us. from the
"If our hearts be strong and
it we dream enough, and dream
hard enough, we -can tread the
path whereon the foot of man
ath never gone before.
"Walls crumble and empires
fall; the tidal wave sweeps mn
ad tears a fortress from the
ocks. The rotting nations drop
rom off time's boughs and 'only
hings dreamers make live on.
"They are the eternal con
~uerors,. their vassals are the
we offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
caso Catarh that cannot be cured bw.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., TldO
We, the undersigned, haveknown F. J.Cheneyx
tonrabe inalbsietans aosn yia
tally able to carry out any oblgations made by
~ZT & TEUAX, wholesale druggists, Toledo,..
7ALING, HINNAN & MAxv1N, Wholesale drug
Ha'strrh Cure is taken internzany, acting
irectly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
e stem. Price 75ce. per bottle. Sold by all
~rgits. Testimonials free.
Hl's Family Pills are the best
A A CANDIDATE FOR THE SENATE.
didEBY frSAteSNNtO MYSELF - AN- -
didte or tae Snatrsubject to the .les -
the Democratic Primar.wDMN
AACADIDATE FOR THE sTATE
CeAte h neie term of the late E'rm.
ous Appelt, subject to the rules of the Dem
cratic party. - JNO. R. DINGLE.
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having elaimns against
e Estate of Jack Richardson, and all
wing the said Estate will present
ern duly attested to
THE SUMTER TRUST Co.
Sumter. S. C.
Write me and I will explain
how I was cured in 4 days of a
severe case of Piles of 40 years
standing without pain, knife or
detention from business. No one
need suffer from this disease when
this humane cure caa be had
right here in South Carolina.
. R. M. JOSEY,
Route 4. Lamar, S. C.
The Earth's Shadow.
The earth has a shadow, but very
1W ever see it, except in eclipses of
e moon, or else few recognize It
hen they see It. Nevertheless, many
fus have noticed it on fine, cloudless
venings in summer shortly before
nset, a rosy pink arc on the horizon
pposite the sun, with a bluish gray .
egment under it. As the sun sinks
t arc rises until it attains the zenith
d even passes it. This is the
adow of the earth.
What your heart thinkrs great is
eat. The soul's emphasis is always
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