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There's a great va rietv of
in the kitchen for coolkin:x p
them ail in sup-rior quality.
Pots. Broilers. Saucepans.
etc., we have in the most eXc
of the tinest block tin, and
makes them most durable.
whole kitchen outit or an od
Effective Sept. 1. 1914.
Station Train N? 1 Tr4in No. 2
Read UpV. Read Down.
Alculu Ar.-8:30 a.m. Lv. 10:15 a.m.
McLeoi Lv. 8:20 ' " 10:20
Harby 8:15 " " 10.25 "
Duranu 4 8:05 " '" 10:35
Sardiuia " 7:50 " " 10:50
New Zion " 7:40- " 11:30 "
Beards " 7:35 "4 " 11:10 "l
Seloc - 7:30 " " 11:25 "
Paroda JA. " 7:15 " 11:40 "
Hudsons " 7:10 " " 11:55
Olanta " ~ 7:00 " Ar. 12:05 p.m.
Train No. 1 and No. 4 are Passenger Ti
Train No. 2 and No. 3 are Mixed-Train!
Daily except Sunday.
*I*McLods, Harby, Durants, Beard
Il's a. duybeasyohvl
To ganie you Fawe Sy our a:
is ao duty beuse you have
f w e o ae pwere to sivert
the uure. ede Dry w anihel
* ThewBak ola
TogTo FarSut Lods
isnwi.We-Huse e Wa
we areprepaed oute
Wriem on awll kexpsain
detentonE fro. buin.Nn
Twod suffr oa sd ese ofhen
SRoue t. ,D C.ar S C
InWgraten totmae and Sxlickn
he ws Cured in 64toa14 Days
thrmne cure cae ohadt
mseful a rticles required
Lrposos, and we have
K.ttes. Tea and Coffee
Fry Paus, Cake rins,
ellent makee. They are
formed in a way that
Whether you need a
1 thiug, it is here.
9. NO. 14.
Supersede. Time Tahle No. 13.
Traio No. 3 Train No 4 MI.
Read Up. Read Down.
Ar. 5:00 p.m. Lv. 8:15 o.m. 0
Lv. 4:50 ' " 8:20 " 2
" 4:40 " " 8:25 " 5
" 4:25 " 8:30 " 7
4:10 " " 8:45 " 12
4:00 " " 8-50 " 14
3:50 " " 8:55 " 15
" 3:35 4 " 9:05 " 17
3:20 ' 9-15 " 20
3:10, ' 9:20 " 21
3:00 " Ar. 9:30 " 25
and Hudson are flag stations.
DERMAN, T. M.
olu. S. C.
arting a Bank.
unforeseen demands incident
-'t the power to predict the
: Bank account and fortify for
worthy young men to succeed.
t To Call
Pall and Winter ' Samples
us 'Bruner Woolen, and
ou a guaranteed .job.
essing, Dyeing and.
C. WILLIAMS, Prop.
OLD BAKERY STAND
ies and Surries and
of One and
gons to be
Be Sure You Get This,
Od Reliable Cough Miedicie
lone since FoLETss HiONEY AND TAE CoE
Y fghand *|Acold|so. O
Be sure you get the genuine
Foley's Hioney and Tar Compound
,.nd avoid thec names that' ound lie it.
Here are three easy ways to tell the
genuine. 1st--The name of "Foley's."
- . Beehlve ontheyel
low package. You
stitute to do for you
HIonY AD TAE
CocPON Wvill do
-for coughs, colds,
eroup, bronchial and lagrippe coughs,
throat and lung trouble. Buy it of
your druggist and be safe.
**++EVERv UER IS A PRIEND.
For years we have been stating in the newspapers of the
ountry that a great many women have escaped serious op
rations by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
?ound, and it is true.
We are permitted to publish in this announcemen
xtracts from the letters of five women. All have beer
recently received unsolicited. Could any evidence b<
HODGDoN, ME.-"I had pains in both sides and such a sorenes
1. o scarcely straighten up at times. My bak ached and
was so nervous I could not sleep, and I thought I never would. b
any better until I submitted to an operation, but I commenced talin
Lydia K Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and soon felt likC a nev
Woman."-Mrs. HAYwARD SowERs, Hodgdon, Me.
vIY.I, Ky.-"I suffered from a severe female trouble
2 8 Myrght side hurt me badly-it was fnally decided that.
must be operated upon. When my husband learned this he got
bottle of Lydia R Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for me, and afte
tkigit a few days I got better and continued to improve until
am now well"- Mor.w Sw , RF.D, Shelbyville, Ky.
Hmovm, PA.-" The doctor advised a severe operation, but m
. husband got me Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and .
experienced great relief in a short time. Now I feel like a new persoi
and can do a hard'day's work and not mind it."-Mrs. ADA WLm
303 Walnut St., Hanover, Pat
4 Dzuu ol d I was sick in bed and three of the best physi
0 cians said I would have to be taken to the hospital for an oper
ation as I had something growing in my left side. I refused to sub
it to the operation and took Lydia . Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound-end it worked a miracle in my case, and I tell other womei
what it has done for me."-Mrs. LAun. A. GarswoLD, 2437 Eas
William Street, Decatur, IL.
5 CIzVEL.wD, Orno. -"I was very irregular and for severa year
* my side pained me so that I expected to have to undergo an o1
eration. Doctors said they knew of nothing that
would help me. I took Lydia K Pinkham's Vege
table Compord1 aid. I became regular and free
from pain. I . - thankful for such a good medi
cine and will ahmytz give it the bighest praise."
Mrs. C. H. GUmrrn, 1 A0S Constant St., Cleveland, 0.
Write to LYDIA I.PINKHAM [PDI(nE C0. 0,
(CO-NFIDENTIAL) IYNN, MASS., for advice.
Your letter willibe openeA, read and answered
by a woman and held in strict confideace.
"The same price the wordd osr
that stand out
As a man you like to dress
so that you stand out fom
-the crowd -above the aver
age. As merchants it is our
desire to sell clothes that lift
us into a class by ourselves.
That is why we were quick to
arrange for the exclusive.
STYLEPLUS CLOTHES $17
They represent big values and the
price is low. You can trust the fab
rics, depend on the style and count
on long wear.
If even'oneof thesefundamentalsshould
fall down you could have a new suit in
return, according to the absolute guaran
tee behind this special suit.
A big assortment of overcoats, too.
Special syles for young men.
G. E. C
iOn Railroads C
Co-operation is a
to theory but yields s
speak the word but
difficult'still to practic
vision to be progressi
come the railroads t
of the soil.
A-recent paper r(
of the Norfolk & West
that we reproduce it
-that roadway to conti
ment of the road in z
"We are now dealing with two of the
farming and land transportation. They
wealth. When they fail the whole coun
it Is that these two slhould fully unders
not only for their own- commercial advan
"The farmers and the railways are
It Is difficult to conceive of greater ser
C of firmly fixing in the minds of both the
L are mutually dependent and that the prc
perity of the other, but that suspicion
various interests of both. Many of the i
ways have fully recognized this relation
"In the study of economic conditions
from the birth of our nation down to wit
ished at the utter lack of the . co-oper
idea-and not only that. but extreme se:
more apparently do:ninated in the differ
nues of enterprise. rhis was a conditior
No statute law, or even written constil
those inalienable rights of the individua
"The mutual advantages of co-opera
are many and varied for both the raily
peculiarly deperdent upon rapid and <
gre always comparatively bulky and fi
give farmers a worldwide market for tl
standing 'f the fundamental improvemer
tial to the prosperity of any agricultural
wide markets are made possible only I
[ such as is offered by the railways.
I "So the farmer may conclude that wl
his most -;otent allies, he is doing good
"'Wile there're teaves in the fores
The farmers ard railways shall fic
On Church a
The recent actio
this nation, in annu
laymen vote only foi
coincide with those 4
political issues, and
the ballot, make one
present a problem t
sideration of both la:
) Suckling babes i
when ministers in
XO 'hearts of men and 1
tianity has broken do
the pulpit a failure.
for persuasion. command for conviction
had as well pass the sacrament, plain-c
and policemen bury the dead, for why :
It is as dastardly a crime against I
take to deliver the votes ofhis parishi
ward heeler to deliver a block of votes
to be prosecuted, for the law should be
It is as objectionable for a conventi
law to control the votes of church mem!
of manufacturers to issue orders for ti
candidate. Such conduct is offensive tjo
against society. Any convention, whet
rich or poor, white or black, that seeks
science ought to be broken up by the
A crime by any other name is a cr
robe cannot sanctify treason, authority
- license to become a political ringster, o
give a permit to tell us how to vote. I
-sacrifice his citizenship, forfeit his consi
duty to the state. -The earth many time
of our forefathers fighting to throw off tl
and the suggestion of a return to these
and their torture should not be tolerated
Laws should be passed prohibitinj
preachers, from delivering or attempti
congregation tai azny candidate for offiet
passed preserving the sanctIty of the p1
-as much a menace to church and state
as for a minister to preach a political
preach his politics from the pulpit thar
to his pupils. A preacher cannot make
any more than he can make profanity
of the ironies of fate that a preacher
glory to civilization.
R. P. Sci
On the Sear
The American p
merce. It Is expensi
I to salute a foreign fia
S a bushel of wheat, a
products across the
titled to the protectic
across the sea, and C
ment to shipping inte
competition In ocean
the Seaman's Bill b
signature and Mr. R
, Pacific Mail Steamsl
:.this law and outline
lines, said in part:
"The bill provides that no ship of a
depart from any port of the United Sts
not less than seventy-flve per centum a:
Is able to understand any order given
unless forty per eentum in the first yea1
year, fifty per centum in the third yea
year after the passage of this Act, and, t
deck crew, exclusivec of licensed officers
less than able seamen.'
"The oversea trade of the world I:
cost of the ship and the operation of t]
the keen. competition of these rival nati
sailor is obedient and competent and:
It Is therefore manifestly clear that If
In the transpacific traffic, all w~ould be
works a single hardship to all the shil
and American ships, and with the latte
European, the cost of constructing a sh
structing a Japanese ship, but If they h
the Japanese operated with Japanese
would be such that they could not overe
driven off. But the American ship wou:
tremendous increase of cost of wage In 1
for the Chinese crew, but also the grei
Japauese have now done away with ti
crews. all of whom speak a common IaD
to comply with all the conditions of t
-crews, with Oriental wages.
"The law, therefore, instead of assis
heavy burden, while It places none what
the contrary, turns over to the Japan4
which the American ship Is forced to
"Birds of a Feather
You'll always find the besi
our store with their cleanii
They know we do our pres:
od-it's sanitary and leave:
They all commend our alte
take particular care to ha'
Follow the example of the
HOFFMAN FRENCH IJ
'Phone 142, Mai
C FORUM I
i-operating With the Farmer
theme that lends itself most readily
:ubbornly to practice. It is easy to
lifficult to understand it and more
e it. All can be selfish but it takes
re. The organized farmer has been
for lo! these many years, but now
Lking co-operation in the language
ad by G. E. Cassel, publicity agent
ern railway, is so full of horse sense
In part and urge the farmers along
nued co-operation with the manage
11 problems of mutual interest:
most gigantic occupations of men
are the basis of pretty nearly all
ry fails. Therefore, how important
tand each other, and work together
.ement but for the prosperity of the
natural allies in all their interests.
'ice to the commonwealffi than that
railways and the farmers that they
sperity of one depends- on the pros
and misunderstanding destroy the
nost progressive and far-seeing rail
in all branches of human endeavor,
hin quite recent years, we are aston
tive principle-the 'work together'
fishness and purblind prejudice has
nt branches of trade and other ave
that government could not remedy.
ution, can do more than safeguard
tion and sympathetic understanding
'ay and the farmer. The farmer is
heap transportation. His products
-equently perishable. The railways
tir products. An intelligent under
t of railway transportation is essen
community. Worldwide and nation
y regular and cheap transportation
Len he co-operates with the railroads,
for himself and much good for his
and foam on the river,'
L of one of the leading churches of
xl convention, demanding that the
- candidates for office whose views
if the clergy on one of the leading
direct and indirect efforts of other
to. interfere with the freedom of
if the greatest perils of this age, and
at should receive' thoughtful con
rmen and citizens.
nay well squirm in tjieir cradles
convention assembled release the
rab them by the throat, for Chris
wn, religion has become a farce and
When the church substitutes force
and coercion for reason, the sheriff
lothes men take charge of the altar
;overnment for a minister to under
Ders to a candidate, as it is for a
to a political boss, and both ought
no respecter of persons.
m of ministers to seek by canonical
)ers as it would be for a convention
eir employees to vote for-a certain
ecency, business morals and a crime
ier composed of saints or sinners,
to prostitute power and coerce con
police and its leaders arrested for
me just the same. An ecclesiastical
to preach does not carry with it .
e the right to teach us how to pray 'e
ro man in joining the church should
itutional liberties or subordinate his .~
s has been drenched with the blood -
ze ecclesiastical yoke from the state,
nedeval conditions with their horror.
for a moment.
i any preacher, or comnbination of
ng to deliver their membership- or.
,and suitable legislation should be
zipit from political vandalism. It is
for a politician to occupy the pulpit -
sermon. He has no more right to
a teacher has to teach his politics
political trickery righteous by usage
respectable by practice. It Is one
nay become a scandal as well as a
[C ?FORUM I
nen's Bill -
towmen are Interested in sea com*
re and likewise humiliating to have
g every time a farmer wants to ship
bale of cotton or a pound of farm
cean. The American farmer is en
n of his flag in sending his products
ongress should give such encourage
rests as is necessary to meet foreign
commerce. A recent bill known as
came a law under the President's
.P. Schwerin, vice-presIdent of the
ip Company, when asked to define
its effect upon American steamship
ny nationality 'shall be permitted to
tes unless she has on board a crew
which, in each department thereof,
by the officers of such vessel, nor
,forty-five per centum in the second
, fifty-five per centum in the fourth
areafter sixty-five per centum of her
and apprentices, are of a rating not
Scompetitive, therefore the original
e ship have to be reckoned with in
ns with one another. The Oriental
Is the cheapest sailor in the world.
this law applied to all nationalities
on the same economic basis, but it
s of the world, except the Japanese
It works two hardships. With the
Lp Is no higher than the cost of con
ad to-provide European crews, while
crews, the condition of competition
ame the handicap and they would be
d have to conte d not only with the
he substitution of the European crew
Lter initial cost of the ship. As the
teir European officers and Japanese
guage, there Is no difficulty for them
he bill and continue their Japanese
ing the Agierican ship, adds another
ever upon the Japanese ship, but, on
se the traffic of the Pacific Ocean,
forego by act of Congress of the
dressed men coming to
g, pr-essing and repairing.
;ing by the Hoffman meth
the garment sweet and
ring and repairing as we
r it done right-done to
best dressed men.
In CLEANING CO.,
ining, S. 0.
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
In use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
and has been made under his per
sonal.superviio~isince its infaney. -
Allow no one to deceive youin this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor 01, Pare.
gorie, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotie
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and a~lays 'eeverishness. It cures DiarrhOea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
H E~101}8At liJ BOR
TMe Kid You. Have Mways Buh
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TUC: @VIAUR MCOMS. 77 UMAY Sat Vs ucw ?03K0a".
A COLD CURED
If you want to get rid of that COLD or LAGRIPPk
just purchase twelve of our Capsules; compounde& by
us. If taken as directed and they fail to cure, we will
gladly refund your money.
DICKSON'S DRUG STORE.
What Will The Harvest Be? T
Have you ever stopped to think of what the harvest of
your life's work will be? Are you storing away part of your -
money crop for the winters of old age and'misfortune?.
An investigation will you that our bank would be- an
ideal place for keeping your funds safely. It's a good plan
for every farmer to have a strong banking connection. You
may want to borrow one of these days; we can negotiate the
loan for you, on good security, at right rates and without
any red tape. Drop in to seelus next time you're- in tewn.
Make the call friendly-you don't have to do business every
time you come in to say "hello."
Rememaer Us When You Have Money and We'll Remember 6'
You When You Need Money.
BANK OF TURBEVILLE.
Wilkins' Old Stand.
From 25c. a pair and
All other goods at 50c.
on the dollar.
Yours for a Good Bargain,
Wilkins' Old Stand.