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We have opened up in the Nimmer
Building, and carry samples of
TUBS. LAVATORIES. CLOSETS. ETC..
We do First-class work. guarantee
ing every job. Come and select your
Fixtures and give us a bid on your bath
room and any other Plumbing you have.
Rowland &. Caulder
Manning. S. C.
Red Devil Lye in the Sop
AD- hog disease is caused by germs
that grow into worms. Stop it at the
germ stage by feeding Red Dev Lye.
This prevents disease and your hcgs feed
out quicker. See directions on the can.
Get a few cans-try it-at's the test.
Saves Hogs and Feed
A Full Stock of
in stock, amd ask your inspection. 6et our
pricesbefore you buy.- Everything guaran
Highest prices paid for
COTTON SEED! -
D 79 M.-Bradliam &Son
Fo CasH or onsTime with Aproved
Nitrate of Soda,
and Amimoniated. Fertilizers with or with
out Potash. Bettei- see us before placing
111111 OIL NILL
Manning, S. C.
. BRING YOUR
TO THE TIMFC OFFICE.
There's a great variety
in the kitchen for cooking
them all in superior quality
Pots, Broilers, Saucepans,
etc., we have in the most e:
of the finest block tin, and
makes them most durable.
whole kitchen outfit or an c
Effective Sept. 1, 1914.
Station Train No. 1 Train No. 2
Read Up. Read Down
Alcelu Ar. 8:30 a.m. Lv. 10:15 a.rr
McLeod Lv. 8:20 ' " 10:20 4
Harby " 8:15 " , 10:25 "
Durant " 8:05 " 10:35 "
Sardinia " 7:50 " 10:50
New Zion " 7:40 - 11:20 "'
Beards " 7:35 11:10
Seloc " 7:30 " 11:25
ParodaJ " 7:15 11:40 "
HudsAons " 7:10 4 11:55 '
Olanta, ".7:00 " Ar. 12:05 p.m
Train No. 1 and No. 4 are Pasa#.nger'
Train No. 2 and No. 3 are NJixed Trai
**H\*** c kod,,, Harby, Durants, B-ai
II's a duty. eaus youha
future but you have power to star
the future. Besides we want to hel
Bsgin today with $1.
The Bank o
To get your Fall Suit, our
is now in. We use the fam~
we are prepared to give.
.We also do Cleaning, I
French Dry Cleaning
ing on all kinds ol
~PHONE No. 1.
Two Car Loads of Bug
Two Car Load
10-12-14, ~ D .S
STATE CAM\P, FL A.
Near Jacksonville and return
and return. Tickets on sale f<
19:5. Returning all tickets v
$16.00 to Washington, D.
sale September 25, 26 and 27
after midnight October 15, iH
National Rifle Tourname
Urd. 4th, 5, 6, 7, 12. 13 and 1
to November 29th may be ol
witq Agent at Unmon Station.
October 13th and payment of
For rates, reservations c
write the Atlantic Coast Lin
>f useful articles required
purposes, and we have
Kettles, Te'a and Coffee
Fry 'Pans, Cake Tins,
:cellent makee. They are
formed in a way that
Whether you need a
dd thir g, it is here.
LE, NO. 14.
Supersedes Time--Table No; 13.
Train No. 3 Tiaio.No. 4 11
Read Up. Read Down.
- Ar. 5:00 p.m. Lv. 8:15 0.m. 0 -
Lv. 4:50 ' " 8:20 2 F'
" 4:40" "8:25 " .
4:25 " ".8:30 "
." 4:10 " " .8:45 " 12
4:00 " " 8-50 " .14 -
3:50 " " 8:55 " 15
" 3:35 " 9:05 " .-17
3:20 9:15 " 20
3:10 " . '. 9:20 " ?..
3:00 " A r. 9:30 " 25
d n;ud Hudson are flag stations.
LDERMAN, T. M.
'colu. S C.
ime tells what
tarting a Bank
te unforeseen demands incident
en't the power to..predic., the.
a Bank account and fortify for
p worthy young men to sicceed
4t To Call
17- - cN 6
.OR SHOP. '
Fall and Winter Samples
on Bruner Woolen, and (i
you a guaranteed job.
~ressing, Dyeing and . ..
.C. WILLIAMS, Prpp.
OLD BAKERY STAND
gies and Surries and
s of ORne and
AW C0., " MER.
.$9.50 Tampa, Fla.
>r. all trains September 28th.
>id after midnight October
C.. and return. Tickets on
,returning all tickets void
nt-Tickets on sale October
th. Extension of final limit
taned by deposit of ticket
Jacksonville, niot later than T1
fee of 500. tern
r. any information, 'phone or at h
. Standard Railroad of the appi
H. D. CL ARK, Agent. -wA'l
Mrs. Jay McGee. of Steph
-envilie, Texas, write:: ~ *For
nine (9) years, I suffered with
womanly trouble. I had ter
rible headaches, and pains in
my back, etc. It seemed as if
I would die, I suffered so. At
-last, I decided to try Cardui.
the -woman's tonic, and -it
helped me riht away. The
full treatment nit only helped
me, but it cured me."
TeV ian' Tonic
Cardui helps women in tim
of greatest need, because it
confailis ingrEdiedts which act
specifically, yet gently, on the
weakened womanly- organs..
So; if 'you feelz. discouraged,
blue, out-of-sorts, unable to
do your ho usehofd work,. on
account of your codidition, stop
worrying and give Cardid a
tril. It'has heipecd thousands
-of Women -why not 'you?
The Surccessful -Busi
goo,1 one to -follow; you can't go
wrong if you walk in -his footsteps.
man of affirs- today is ivithout a
mercial bank aceount; no business.
ever small, can afford to be without
If vou have not-an account, get in
for success by opening one with
)lI Bank an Trust Co
* y wge&
NO OTHER LIKE IT..
. NOOTHERAS COOD.
chase the "NEW HOME " and you willhave
asset at the price you pay'. The elimination of
yfmatera inue l~of e'~ dtmii
cos Insint on having the * NEW HOME".
ARRANTED FOR ALL TIME.
a the world over for superior sewing qualities.
Not sold under any other name.
EW HOME SEWING MACHINE C0.,0RANGE,MAS8.
a to be dreaded. It leads to serious
ilmenta. Fever. Indagestion. Piles.
lk Heeaahe, Poisoned System and
oore of other troubles foliow.
In't let Constipation last.
ep your Eidneys. Liver end Bowels
salthy and activo. Rid your system
All Druggists 25 cents
ATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK
ie mind mikes it and und'r the
i of the CON1TlENTA L .\ORT.
3 E CO.\P ANY you cani .m-eu re i t
Per 'ent for any :.*'1 ;':'rpose on.
-oved rtal estat'-. Terms~ easy. te'd
ou' wants~ ami we wili co-oplerate
Does this appeal to you? We would like
the opportunity of "living up to our advertis
ing" by furnishing your Winter Hat.
The Misses Wilkes,
43 South.Main St. - SUMTER, S. C.
---HEADQUARTENS FOR ALL THAT, IS
After a long and careful preparalion we wish to inform the pab
lic that our new stock of
Ladies' Coat Suits and Dresses.
for the Fall season has arrived and fully deserves to be'called a large
assortment of beautiful styles.
The Coat Suits rre of Chinon, Broadcloths, fine All-Wool Poplins
best quality Serges.
The Coats are Military styles in belted models and other very"
practical styles. Trimmings are of For, Braid, Velvet :and plain,
tailored stitching. Colors are: Navy. African Brown, Russian Green.
Burgundy, Bordeaux, Pldm and Black. Prices are from $10 -to $25
are combinations of Taffeta Silk and French Sergh with Collar of
White Chiffon Cloth, at $16. Another style in Charmeuse and Serge
at $12 50.
Handsome model in Crepe Metauer. actually worth $25, 15.
We have them in several colors.
Middy Dress of pretty Navy Blue Serge with hand-made emblem
The famous "Mar-Hof" make from $5 to $10,
Seperate Skirts at Special Prices.
They are'All-Wool Serge and Poplins. Also fine French Serge,
'Navy Green, Dark Brown- Dark Grey. 32.50 to $7.50. %
A magnificient display of Rich Silks, suitable for Dresses and -
trimmings. Belding Bros. guaranteed Taffeta and Charmeuse in the
best and newest colors. Stripped and Plaid Taffetas and Satines for
waists and trimmings. Georgette Crepes in all the evening shades,
Black and Green.
Furs For Trimminqs.
The last~ word in fashions. Wide and Narrow Bands in Skunk,
Beaver. Brown Marten, Fox, Ermine and Black Fdifr 1 to 4 inches
wide. Prices from 25c to S4 per yard.
Come and Inspect Our Millinery.
You will find all that is new in Shapes and Trimmings. Our
second lot of fine shapes are now on the way from New York. You
will meet many satisfied customers in this Special Department and
you will be made to feel at home when you give us a call.
MANNING, S. C.
A COLD CURED
s If you 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
.9 gladly refund your money.
DICKSON'S DRUG STORE.
SWhat Will The Harvest Be? .
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 eyery
time you come in to say 'hello."
-Rememaer Us When ou Have Money and We'll Remember
Youi When You Need Money.
BANK OF TURBEVILLE.
caseuh P ainSb l eial og eii
Imiaten away flrw hi rai f ad
'wenre gbdt knowht tcgsaniod.
hoey hKidney Pil gthstreue~o dde eti.
th egb cto f kid- Fle'HoeanTaCo od
neys and bladder. ,4daoddennsddsudlk I
S ee Sre re e ways telth
gene ine Fot-'s nosANDme ooe
2nd-e-oug The e ll
genuie. 1s-The ae"o'.3Z-h
-**. Beehive on the yel
- *. low package. You .
*cannot get a sub
,. stitute to do for you
* what FOLEY'S
Hosir AND TAE .
..mar .-. CoMtPoUND will do
-for coughs, colds,
eroup, bronchial and lagripp coughs,
throat and lung trouble. Bu It of
yordruggist and be safe.
Tickson's Drugr Store . *+**HVERY USER IS A FRIEND.
Planting Sugar Cane.
In a bulletin of the Pan-AmerlCan
unioniion 'cane sugar in the Americas
it is stated that sugar cane is planted,
not sown. A small piece of the cane,
long enough to include two or three of
the rings, or nodes, is laid lengthwise,
or stuck In a slanting direction, along
a furrow which runs the length of the
field. In some sections the primitive
fashion of planting in holes is still em
ployed. When the trench is planted
the pieces of cane are lightly covered
with earth. In a few weeks they show
growth above the ground, the germ
buds at the rings having begun to
shoot out in the form of young cane,
the ring having at the same time
thrown out rootlets into the soil. The
parallel trenches are made far enough
apart, say at least three feet, to en
able the workers when the wide
spreading canes are getting ripe to go
between thb rows and remove the dy
hig leaves which burden the ripening
cane, thereby enabling the naked cane
to mature faster.
Simon Newcomb, one of. the most
eminent mathematicians, wrote:
"Speaking roughly, we have reason
from the data so far available to be
live that the stars of the Milky way
are situated at a distance between 100,
000,000 and 200,000,000 times the dis
tance of the sun.
"It is not a chance. It Is not even a
collection of things,. each of which
came "ito existence its own separate
way. If it were there could be nothing
in' common between two widely sep
arated regions of the universe. But, as
a matter of fact, science' shows 'unity
in the' whole structure and diversity
only in details.
"Tie ui'irse, so far as we can see
it, is a bounded whole. It is surround
ed by an immense girdle of stars,
which to our vision appears as the
Milky way. While we cannot set exact
limits to its distance we may yet con
fidently say that It is bounded."
When a Man Marries.
His bachelor friends are about equal
ly divided in thinking that he is a nut
or a mighty fortunate gink.
His wife's relatives plan to visit them
duingjthe county fair or'the automo
His own relatives .plan to give his
wife a good talking to if she proves to
be extravagant. ' ' 0
His neighbors hope that he will prove
to be a good hand at bridge and that
his wife iilf thi-ow as many teas as
the rest of them.
,His boss wonders how he can do It
on the salary he is getting but does not
H. wife wonders why It.is that A
little house takes so much tine to look
While a marn himself is so excited all
the time that he nearly loses his jdb
and doesn't realize it. - Indianapolig
Navy That Crossed a Mountain.
In 1439, when the Venetians were at
war with the Milanese they brought
half a dozen warsgalleys with .twenty
five smaller craft up the Adige river
as far as Mor, some nifles above Ala.
Then cane a feat which reminds. us
of the Turk's extraordinary achieve
ment fourteen years later at Constan
tinople. By means of rollers and ,000
men the Venetians hauled these ships
up to the mountain saddle and lowered
them on the other side to the Lake of
Garda. "It was a task of fourteen
ays," says 3. 3. Stoddard, "and
cost an'enormous sum of money, but
the result justified the boldness and ex
travagance of the undertaking, for In
the following year the-Venetians, aid
ed by their imported galleys, vanquish
ed their opponents and gained posses
son of the. lake."-London Chronicle.
The Ideal Soup Kettle.
'One of the woeful aspects of soup
making In the pre-enameled ware days
was the cleansing of the heavy Iron
kettle, for washin a kettle big enough
to hold a shin bone of beef with trim
mings was no joke.
Today, however, one can have the
trim enameled kettle In any sIze, light
yet strong, and all It needs is hot suds
and a good rinsing to make It beauti
fully clean and sanitary. If, In addi
tion, there is a collander of enameled
ware for the straining of the soup into
a pan to match the equipment is ideal
for cleanliness; quickness and results.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
"How long does It take you to go
"Well, if you consider the time I ac
tually fish it takes only a few hours.
But if you count In the time I consume
waiting for conditions to be just right
and arranging for bait it takes several
"Pa suggested that In conducting our
club paper, each should take a depart
ment with which she was most famil
"Then, dear, wouldn't you like to
have charge of its make-up?"-Balti
"You say that dog has a pedigree?"
"How much is he worth?'
'Well, the dog is worth about 20
cents but the pedigree is' valued at
over a hundred dollars."--Washington
Star. _______ __
"I owe Pjenks a call."
"Going there this evening?"
"No. You see-er-that Isn't all I
owe him."-Clevelmiid Leader.
Jealousy is a secret avowal of one's
Wi ite for Special Catalog..
THE BAILEY-LEBBY Co.,
Machiuery and Supplies,
CHARTESTON, S. C.