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| Cupid's Test
1of Love .
By H. X. EGBERT
(Copyright. 1915. by W.~G. Chapman.)
- When Rev. Aloysius Smith went out
of his study and saw the man stand
Ing in the hall he could not repress
a shudder of disgust. Broad as an
ox, with short and rather bowed legs,
still his figure was that of an Adonis
compared with his face. And the
last straw was that his name should
"Come in, my friend," he said after
an effort. "What can I do for you?"
"I'm looking for a position in Little
e Falls, sir," answered Cupid respect
.fqlU.y. "I've been working as a porter
town, but my health gave out and
I was told to go to the country. So I
came here. It was a bit of a walk,
sir. I can show you good references,
in case you know of a job-"
The pastor looked at the fellow
with a repugnance which he could
"I know my face is against me,
-sir" said Cupid with a smile.
And It was astonishing how the
smile changed him. Cupid smiling
looked almost- decent.
The pastor racked his brains. He
took a sudden liking to the man, and
he was resolved not to be prejudiced'
against him on account of his looks.
"Miss Cavendish was wanting a
handy man to take care of her garden
and pony," he said. "I don't know
whether that is in your line, my
"I was bred on a farm," answered
Cupid. "I think, sir, I could manage
the job if-if you'd see Miss Caven
dish Irst and-and mention my looks,
That softened the parson complete
ly. He called up Miss Cavendish on
the telephone and broke the news as
sonsiderately as possible. "The man
Is afraid he doesn't look very prepos
sessing, Miss Cavendish," he ex
"Well, send him round and I'll judge
for myself," answered Miss Cavendish.
And a few minutes later Cupid de
ao.rt fot Kyas
enbLa tugh a rtl Yue;
nd L..veys determnd-tis Atpe.
2nathd hat nasit was reurned tat
he had got tesucr anpd had
alos grtflhe und o the wnsi
ofis Cempdomen befor he mai entd
naou nt fort yeasaparne
MSesiCaends t houg a litea"ueer;'o
snheh hadad Iteas reaingd that
hehad goved utreue Cuid enoug
2rhofeplhcont befoe the went
aeat had preudiced agaeir dth
Bionacut orhi earraneas
e iCvendishhad sotapkn be Not
netsshnoe hanthn hesdrin mayhe
therserfacer life sot ofodistrust
dy had rovedn Butit good easyuto
seetha ss Cavendish h was iftat
ase winfhthl whic wn'ttk the Nrust
the life w, ande og late ahe
eoie hata theceived teier been
, re BtMr. Her Norman.Alestaws wat
peoplsurisd pdnvery otspoke a
ss mkeds e tinto the mayart
Joe rog wasqtstnn him a per on
dty, surfahe. dasPeoe soreo dearnedsto
wif was ormng outt ittlseas
"toie wth Mi. JovendRoges Infatu
ad wuch tel n. M.Nra
"in't lie nse Cupid,wocm turomn
thesm on n, huhi a
"Dead, ey? asted evRoers.ee
*Noi asiad Cupidseemeding
k.sothin oers'se Sofe
bar. awaym. At l eastr questioned
pepesie.Cupid neer spoke
tJo smilers his watyo int thharge
de aovlLttle Falls. I a
bupd ad benerus marepl man.
ta, in tee day beurt the flearnd ol
wfee wayoigot Little Falls h lo
'No.av sirmsere Cpid, nythingu
pra, andpry" ase. Moeanwhgethe
s-daigh Into progrs's toward come
tian. oth Roge refoced oncseto
btrctur awo oeneverhoust ioned
CWei after tohar ospofteC.
of ens mensehod werom rEmain the
tba Id. rIThaurt the ow wl
clae tim enr toranhidr bt
STAND ON FEET
Mrs. Baker So Weak-Could
Not Do Her Work-Found
Relief In Novel Way.
Adrian, Mich. - "I suffered terribly
with female weakness and backache and
gt sweak tat I
culd hadly do my
work. When I
washed my dishes I
had to sit down and
when I would sweep
the floor I would get
so weak that I would
have to get a drink
every few minutes,
and before I did my
to lie down. I got
so poorly that my folks thought I was
going into consumption. One day I
found a piece of paper blowing around
the yard and I picked it up and read it.
It said 'Saved from the Grave,' and
told what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound has done for women. I
showed it to my husband and he said,
'Why don't you try it?' So I did, and
after I had taken two bottles I felt
better and I said to my husband,'I don't
heed any more,' and he said 'You had
better take it a little longer anyway.'
So I took it for three months and got
well and strong."-Mrs. ALoNZo E.
BAKER, 9 Tecumseh St., Adrian, Mich.
Not Well Enough to Work.
In these words is hidden the tragedy
of many a woman, housekeeper or wage
earner who supports herself and is often
helping to sup rt a family, on meagre
wages. Wheer in house, office, fac
tory, shop, store or kitchen, woman
should remember that there is one tried
and true remedy for the ills to which all
women are prone, and that is Lydia E.
Pinkihami's Vegetable Compound. It
promotes that vigor which makes work
easy. The Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine
Co., Lynn, mass.
me uupm' in ract, n was samQ DY
her that the first time the two men
met Mr. Norman looked as though
he had see!2 a ghost, while Cupid drew
bimsalf =-z werr stiff san la-al-a .*
mr. Norman in a way that made her
blood run cold. However, Emma,
faithful old soul that she was; was
fond of romancing. Still, we knew
that Mr. Norman had tried to per
suade Miss Cavendish to get rid of
Cupid. Miss Cavendish refused. She
always had a will of her own. They
nearly quarreled over it till Mr. Nor
man saw that, It was a case of yield
ing or losing Miss Cavendish-or her
That was the bitter part. .oe Rog
era found out that Mr. Norman was
a bankrupt. He had hidden away
enough of his property to enable him
to dress like a gentleman, and to
bring Miss Cavendish expensive flow
ers; but he wanted her cool fifty thou
sand, everybody knew. But nobody
is going to meddle in such affairs.
Folks are cowardly in small towns.
As for Cupid, whatever he knew, he
kept quieter than ever. He worshiped
Miss Cavendish. That was easy to
see. But people said he wouldn't hold
his position long after the marriage.
which was only four weeks away.
Now comes the astonishing part of
the story. Emma said she saw Cupid
talking to Mr. Norman. The two men
were at the gate of Miss Cavendish's
house, and Norman was on his way
homeward after a call when Cupid
confronted him. What Emma was
doing there she did not pretend to
"For the last time I warn you to
leave Miss Cavendish alone," said
"You scoundrel !" hissed Norman.
"I'll have you arrested for blackmail.
"We know all about that, Mr. Nor
man," answered Cupid wearily. "You
are relying on my not daring to bring
my wife's name into court. Maybe
you are right up to a certain point.
but not when it comes to sacrificing a
woman like Miss Cavendish."
What Norman answered Emma
could not hear, but she saw Cupid
clench his fists and Norman start
away. And, as Cupid watched him
slink by there was a queer look on
the man's ugly face. It almost seemed
as though he realized Norman was a
coward and was meditating about it
"If the damn don't burst tomorrow
se can't," Joe Rogers had said, and
everyono repeated It. The key to the
soid wall of mascary was to be
swung Into position the next day.
Some had said that the laying of the
great blocks had disturbed the founda
tions of the old damn, but Joe ridi
culed that. After ten at night the
following day the dam couldn't burst
unless an earthquake struck It, he
insisted. People grew a little nerv
ous as the evening wore away. Black
Emma had heard Miss Cavendish
laughingly tell Mr. Norman, who was
visiting her that evening, and she said
the man seemed scared when Miss
Cavendish told him their house stood
right in the line the torrent would
Only Emma saw what happened at
the house that night, an. 'n e have to
rely on her. It seems that Norman
was within half an hour of departing
-the two had been reading some
book together-when Cupid rushed
into the living-room without the pre
liminary of a knock.
"The dam's burst!" he yelled.
"There's just two minutes before the
flood catches us. Run for the hillside
or you'll be burled under a hundred
feet of water!"
Emma screamed naturally, but she
was not so terrified as Norman. He
stared at Cupid with wild eyes for
the tenth of a second. Then, with a
yell, he was upon his feet, out through
the glass of the window, which fell
in splinters all about him, and speed
ing with all his might for the hillside.
And just as Emma and Miss Caven
dish turned to run Cupid caught
"It's a lie!'' he cried. There was a
look of triumph upon the fellow's face.
"The dam-the dam hasn't burst and
Emma said that for a moment Miss
Cavendish stood stilt, watching his.
fac'. Th-en suddenly she put her
handLa to her own and burst Into hys
terical tears and laughter. You see,
she had been brought to a realization
of Cupid's motive at last, and a thou
sad little traits in Norman which she
had passed over. for love's sake, were
suddenly made clear And Cupid had
saved her. Put he never told her
what he knew about Norman. Nobody
knew th', Or'y it dia n~ot matter,
for Norm:' ~vas r.evem seen mn Little
Cures Old Sores. Other Remedies Won't ciii.
The worst case.no matter of how long standing,
are cored by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Autiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
Billiard Tables Rest on Rock.
Billiard tables, supported on solid
rock are among the novel features of
a 3G-roon concrete residence located
on one of the islands of the San Juan
archipelago in Puget sound. Each ta
ble rests on a massive concrete base
which extends through an opening in
the floor and has its footing on bed
rock, and is therefore as solid and as
free from vibration as if it were a
part of the island itself.-Popular Me
The founder of the Russian royal I
house, known as the "Romanoffs,"
was Michael Feodorovitch, who was
elected czar in 1613 at the age of six
teen. It is claimed that Michael, the
founder of the strong, autocratic rule
n Russia, was forced by the duma
that elected him to take a constitu
tional oath-a formula that was but
Household Hint From Father.
(You could write your name on the
table, it was that dusty.) "Suppose."
said father, peering over his glasses
(eye glasses) at his industrious rag
playing daughter, "I say, suppose you
stop hammering on the 'Mendelssohn
Rag' for a while, and practice with
the dust-rag an hour or two. I think
mother would be pleased."
Not Really "Sentinels."
All animals, whether quadrupeds
or birds, that feed in herds are said
to place sentries on the outskirts of
their party. It is, however, obvious
that wherever there is a collection of
animals feeding or lying down there
will be members of the group at the
corners who, by the!r very position,
Real Home of the Rosemary. Usu
The home of the rosemary was orig
inally in the south of Europe, more
especially Italy, where it grows to
the height of six or eight feet, either Of
being trained upward from the ground poul
or embedding its roots in an old wall. side
t grows in three varieties-gold, sli- side
ver and green. who:
Grim Wit of Douglas Jerrold. own
Ugliest of trades have their mo- Ing
ments of pleasure. If I were a grave- dow
digger, or even a hangman, there are this
some people I could work for with a be d
great deal of enjoyment.-Douglas T1
"Your boys were in my appletree ente
again," observed the first suburbanite., To
"If you say anything more about it," draf
declared the second ditto, "I'll send the
you the doctor's bill."-Philadelphia ton
His Hard Work.
"I want you to understand," said -RE
young Spender, "that I got my money
by hard work." "Why, I thought It
was left to you by your rich uncle."
"So it was, but I had hard work to get
it away from the lawyers."-Life.
Reluctant Turks. e
Turkish soldiers killed in battle are ls
supposed to go straight to paradise. ls
But somehow the idea doesn't seem to abo
appeal to them as it should.-Kansas the
City Star. se
Less In thie Dark. frul
Fining a prisoner only $'10 for kiss. are,
ing a woman against her will at Lu- inse
cerne, the judge said It was worth no larg
more, as the kiss was delivered In the Iactu
Folly of Anger. capt
To speak angrily to a person, to less
sbw your hatred by what you say or and
by the way you look, is an unneces- be t
sary proceeding-dangerous, foolish, time
ridiculous and vulgar.-Schopenhauer. effe<
A Bit Tlired- som
A somewhat weather-beaten tramp,
being asked what was the matter with
his coat, replied, "Insomnia: It hasn't a
had a nap in ten years."-Christian
Their Existence a Failure.
They who are most weary of life,
and yet are most unwilling to die, are
such who have lived to no purpose-'
who have rather breathed than lived.
-Earl of Clar-endon.
"Do you suppose it's such a very
bad thing to be sarcastic?" "Not
nearly so bad as to think you a-re
and not be so-"
Probably the Truest Form of Love.
There is a love which can find its
one expression in sympathy and all
Its happiness in understanding.-Joha
May Be Made Big Industry.
In the Philippines the government is w
making great efforts to improve the Froi
quality of tobacco grown there. -2,
Requires Time to Mature.' coo
Until the pearl oyster is six or oo
seven years of age it does not pro- Ivuli
duce any pearls. Ikno
Daiy Optimistic Thought.
Truth may be smothered but not ex
DR. J. A. COLE,
DENTIST. I 3|
Upstairs over Bank of Manning. Alw
MANNING, S. C. Sg
Phone No '77
On First-Class Real Estate Ti
Purdy & O'Bryan, oer
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, com<'
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FOLEY. KIDNEY PILS f
EAD RAf'EAGHE l'MiLYV AiN D LAnnCO teen.
Mrs. Jay McGee. of Steph
erville, Tex:s, writes: ' For -
nine (9) years. I suffered with
womanly troubie. I had ter
rible headaches, and pains in
my back. etc. It seemed as if rZ
I would die, I suffered so. At
last, I decided to try Cardui,
the woman's tanic. and it
h%!ped me r-ht away. The
full treatmeni . only helped
n e, b ut it cur e."
The Woman's Tonic
Cardui helps women in time
of greatest need, because it
contains ingredients which act
specifically. yet.gently, on the
weakened womanly organs.
So, if you feel discouraged,
blue, out-of-sorts, unable to
do your household work, on
account of your condition, stop
worrying and give Cardui a
rial. It has helped thousands
of women.-why not you ?
Try Cardui.' E-71
ID DAMPi'ESS IN HOUSES
Lly Ca:3.d by Mcisture Exhaled
y Fow!s ;.a 2an 2e Got Rid of
Only by Venti'ation.
ten tne poultry man finds his
.ry house covered with frost in
and as the sun comes up and the
e warms it melts and makes the
e building damp, uncomfortablo
unhealthful. In many cases the
r tries to prevent this by mak
the house warmer and cutting
i the veitilation. In most cases
Is just the opposite of what should
is dampness is usually caused bY
noisture exhaled by the birds and
be* got rid of only by thorough
lation. This means that a certain
.nt of fresh air must ccastantly
r the house and pass out again.
permit this without causing a.
:, an opening in the south side of
iouse should be covered with cot
cloth. This will not make the
erature of the house much lower,
it will make the house more com
ble and the hens more profitable.
E INSECTS ARE NUMEROUS
- 30,000 Species on Record of
Mhch Over 400 Are Known to
Affect the Apple Tree.
(By E. M. PATCH.)
Lere are very many different spe
of Insects ranging in size from
than one-fiftieth of an inch to
it eight inches in length. From
United States alone over 30,000
ies have been recorded of which
400 are known to affect in greater
ess degree the apple tree or its
.Though there are many that
It must not be supposed that all
ets are injurious, for by far the
er number are either harmless or
ally beneficial. Ruthless destruc
of insects by means of trap lan
s and the like is to be deprecated
a these methods are as apt to
ure the beneficial and the harm
as the Injurious. Poisons, traps,
other repressive mbasures must
sed with caution, and at the right
and place in order to be most
~fore it is possible to combat an
et pest intelligently we must learn
ething of its habits and of its
inter Stages of Insects:-1 Eggs
n Which Tent CaterpIllars Hatch.
Cocoon of Cecropia Moth-3, Win.
Nest of Brown Tail Moth-A, Eggs
he Antique Tussock Moth on Co
erable points. When these are
wn proper remedial measures may
be taken -for its extermination;
For Tnfants and Children
use For Over 30 Years
e ~oard Of IegistraLtion wil lopen
soks at the court house on the 1 i
ay in August and will r.r :i
for thrtee dayvs for~ the pur pose of
iterini! all persous that have be
of ae, and renew lost certitiete
oters must have register-ation eC
.tes in order to) vote on the rfr
Chair man Board of ih'-era
ATTORtNEY AT LAW,
MANNING. S. C.
gorating to the Pale and Sickly
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VE'S TASTELEss chill TONIC. drives out;
ria.enriches the blood~andbuilds up the sys.
Cause Much Pain
With pain and misery by
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Manning, S. C
Mice in Old Court House.
J. H. LESESNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
MANNING. S. C.
Two little lassies, about ten oJ
eleven, had 'been having ice cream it
one of the glittering glass parlori
which are such a marvel of attractior
t6 the kiddies. The taller, switch
ing the back of her skirt importantly
from side to side, paid the cashier
"That candy," she drawled, indicatin.
some on display, "is the face-smilc
of the kind we saw in Dubb's gro
ry." "I really don't care for any,
id the other, rising to the magnifi
cnce of manner in her companion;
t offends my oil-factories." And the
to gave the smiling clerk a disdain
J .lJook,. and passed out with greal
A Cough Remedy That Relieves.
It's prepared from the healing Pin
aisam, Tar and honey-all mixed ia
pleasant. soothbing Cough Syrup call
id Dr. Bell's PineTas--Honey. Thous
ids have benefited by its r~se-Dn
ed of your enduring that annoyin:
>ugh or risking a dangerous Cold
ao to yeur dealer-, ask for a 25c origi
da bo'ttle Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
;trtusng at once and get rid of you
ugh and cold.-Adv.
Notice to Creditors.
All per-sous having claims agains
e Estate of Jack Rlichar'dson, and al
ing the said Estate will presen
em duly attested to
TNE SUITER TRUST Co.
Sumter. S. C.
Rght now, when hay for-er is at tact
in its victims and whein asithma i
ia~ntg as tunch distrec's., ther-e is a di
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mud--the remedy that brought re
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Wild and woolly, his little eye
lncing defiantly at the judge, whor
e had seen on many previous occa
sions, Bill Slogg stood in the docd
e was quite a local celebrity wa:
Bill, and was famed for the firmnes
e displayed in the "management" o
he downtrodden scrap of misery whi
hared his name and fortunes. Th
udge, however, was an unsympatheti
bmte from Bill's point of view. "Yo
are a disgrace to hur.arity," he saic
You are an incorrigible blackguar
and a menace to society- You stan
before me, charged with having hali
killed y-our wife by- breaking a chal
':er her'head, anxd-" "It were an at
cident, your W\uahip," grunted th
uprised Bill. "Atn accident, you bull)
ig cur? Do you dare to stand ther
and tell me that you can strike you
wife with such force as to break
chair over her by accident?" Bill wa
mazed at the "old bloke's" ignorance
Yus," he grunted. "I never meant ti
break the chair!"~
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One or two Dr.' King's New Lifi
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s- Go r'ighst, to bed. Wake up in th
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r suggists. Zs in ant ''r . na I i:s-kas
r' 5c. G-et a bsoule- ioday-- oi
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Aunt Sukey came into the house it
hgh dudgeon. 'W'ut yu reckon da
crazy boy Jim done, Mliss Cassie?
he demanded. "'Luke tol' him to cu
! dat puppy's tail, an' hc says, t<
e it easier foh 'umn, he done cu
itoff a li'l riece at a time!"
to Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The Syster1
Take the Old Standard GROVE'
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what you are taking, as the formula i
printed on every label, showing it1
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The Quinine drives out malaria, th
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Great Mass of Proof
Reports cf 30,000 Cases (f Kidney Trouble,
Some of Them Manning Cases.
Eath if -m 6,000 notVpapers of the.
Il'aJit d -Statks is puh! ish'.: 11, rnom1 V(( we k
to vek. naies of( peope ii its part icu
lar neigho)'rhood, who have used and
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kidney backache. weak kidneys blad
dr- trouble- and urinary disorders.
This mass (if proof include-, over :10,000
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my eyes. The kidney secretions were
unnatural. I used lots of medicines
hut without re'ief. Finally I began
taking Doan's Kidney Pills as directed
and they relieved all signs of the trou
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The Military College of South Carolina.
Announce as "Distinguished Military
Colleare" by U. S. War Department.
Full course in Civil Engineering,
Science, lInglish and lonern Lang
uages. Confers I' S and C. E. dearrees
All expenses pay cadets from South
Caroiina, $2S2 a year
A scholarship wo-rth A300 a ypar is
vaant from Carenon Counto. and
wi!l b.- iled by compI-tLtiVe exaLicra
tion at the Coutrv seat on 13:.h v'ny of
Angust 1915-. El-r eIesar irlorn!i
t1, itO hahs :pp!v to 1'0l. 0 J.
Bond. Tlie ('i: ade;. Charleston. S. U
Piles Cared in 6 to 14 Days
Your drugist will refund money if PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching.
Bind, n: ed:.g or Protruding Piles in 6to14 days.
The first application gives Ease and Rcst. 50c.
University of South Car
olina EntrancC Exami
Entrance examinations to the Uni
versity of South Carolina will be held
by the County Superintendent of Edu
cation at the County Court house Fri
day, July the 9th, 1915.
The UnIversity offers varied courses
of study in Science. LIterature. -His
tory, Law and Business. The expens
es are moderate and many opportuni
ties for self-support are afforded. A
large number of scholarships are avail
able. Graduates of colleges in this
States receive free-tuition in all courses
except in the school of Law. For full
particulars write to
The President Univerity of South
Carolina, Columbia, S. C.
Is to be dreaded. It leads to seous
ailments, Fever. Indigestion. Piles.
Sick Headache. Poisoned System and
a soor. of other troubles follow.
Don't let Constipation last.
Keep your Kidneys. Liver and Bowels
bealthy and activo. Rid your system
of fermented. gassy foods.
Nothing better than'
All Druggists 25 cents
SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against
the estate of Henry B. Cutter deceased
will present them duly attested and
those owing said estate will make pay
ment to the undersigned qualified ex
ecutor of said esrtate.
.ANNIE B CUTTER.
Of The Successful Busi
is agooi one to follow;. you can't go1
fatr wrong if you wvalk in his footsteps.
No mar. of allirs today is without al
commnetrcial bank account: no business.
Ihowever small, can atford to be withtout
ore. If you have not an account, get in
line for success by opening oue w ih
Homle Ballk RIR 111 Trs Co
G. T. Floyd,
SURVEYOR and CIVIL ENGINEER
Office over Bank of Manning
It. 0. Ptent). -I. oLIV Kit 0 IaCAN
PURDY & O'HRYAN,
Attotrneys ounselors at Law
M.\NN ING. S C.
DA\'s & W[DEMAN,
ATT1ORNI:YS AT LAW,
.;.\NNING. S. C.
H 1ow To G've Quinine To Children.
FBLINP is thetradc-miarkc name given to an
itroved Quinaine. It is a Tasteless Syrup, pleas
ant to take and does not disturb the stomach.
children take it and never know it is Quinine.
A *c dlly adapted to adults who calnnot
'ac ordinx-ry Quinine. Does not nauseate nor
cause nervousness nor ringing in the head. Try
it the next time you aneed Quinine for any pur
pose. Ask f-r 2-ounce original package. 'he
unme FEl:JILINE is blown in bottle. 25 cents.
WAii - mec and I will explain
iow I wa5 t:e-ed in 4 days of a
a ere e- s of Piles of 4u yeat-,
You can't 1
with the time
have a Bank
you start one
All the rough places and the deep ravines of despair in life
re easily bridged with a Bank account.
It is the safest shield for protection and once you begin t.
ave you will be convinced it is the only road to comfort and
vealth and we might well say health. because yon will be happier
vhen you for the habit of saving. Start today with Sl
The Bank of Manning.
COLLEGE BUILDING ROPER HOSPITAL
Medical College of the State of South Carolina
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Senool of Medicine and Pharmacy-O xneI and Controlled by the State.
EightA-seventh session begmins 0tobar 1, 1915-E3ds June 1, 1916.
Fine new three-story building immediately opposite Riper Hospital. Lab
oratories of Chemistry, Bacteriology, Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology,
Clinical Pathology, Pharmacologv and Piirnity provided with new, mod
The Roper Hospital, one the largost an. bet eqipped hospitals in the
South, contains 218 bed, and with an extensive out-patient service, offers
unsurpassed clinical advantages.
Practical work in dispensary for pharmaceutical stadeats.
Two years graduated service in Ropor hospitai with six appointments
Department of Physiology and Embryology in affiliation with the Char
Ten full time teacher.4 in laboratory branches.
For catalog aI ress Box 12.
OSCAR W. SCHLEETER. Registrar, Charleston, S. C.
IA COLD CURED FOR
If you want to get rid of that COLD or LAGRIPPE
Sjust purchase twelve of our Capsules, compounded by
us. If taken as directed and they fail to cure, we will
gladly refund your money..
- O ICKSON'S DRUG STORE,.
Two Car Loads of Buggies and Surries and
Two Car Loads of One and
Two-HorselWagonls to be
closed out at and
suter D. C. SHAW S0., TER,
Tr1e'sC a great variety of useful articles required
in the kitchen for cooking purposes, and we have
them all in superior quality. Kettles. Tea~ and Cotfee
Pots. Broilers, Saucepans, F'ry Pans, Cake Tfins.
etc., we have in the mjost exco Ib-nt makee. They are
of the finest block~ tin. and formed in a way th at
ma .s thmem most durable. Whether you need a
whole kitchen outrit or an odd thii g. it is here.
TO THE TINES OFFICEG