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should be "nipped In the a
bud",forif a2llowed to rp s
unchecked. seious results
may follow. Numerous
cases of consumption, pneu
monia, and other fatal dis
eases, can be traced back to
a cold. At the first sign of a
cold, ptect yourself by
thoroughly leansing your e
system wth a few doses of
fhi 1d reliabi, vegetabit
6ier powder. t
_Mr. Chas. A. Ragand -o t
enlan Heights.:Va., -says
I vhebeen using
logd's Black-Draught or
stomach trobles, indiges
Son.ad ,4cods.and find-itto
be-hvery best medicine I
ever -used. It makes an old
man feel likeayog one."
Insist on Thedford's, the t
originaland genuine. E-67
Ruakin in the Kitchen.
nher book of renintscnces, "Thir- a
-JCeeTears of a'Busy Woman's'ife,"
-Mrs. Ale Tweedie says that her fa- t
ther, Dr. Harley, a well known Uon- t
don physdan was a.great fiend. of
Rusk& and often sthyed at BrantwoodI
One rigbtknskln asked Dr. Harley
whether be liked tea or coffee before
be got up.
"A cup of tea," he replied.
vWhy don't yoU choose ediffe
Well, to tel the truth, I have lved .
a much abroad that I don't fancy
Englah coffee., It Is geneilyft so bad
HIs host said nothin4 The next
Moninn Dr. Harley was awakenea.
' and a strong smell of coffee permeated
theiroom. 'Turning to. a servant, he t
a kied, Ts that my cup of tear
"Noirit Is Mr. Ruski's coffee.
Mr. ki's coffee! What do you .
The naster was up early. He-roas- A
the cofee himself. be ground the
cogeerhtqmle and be made the coffee
1hne -f4ne hbopes you wm like it."
Growth of Wealth.
'wealth of the world grows very
Vowy, and the amount ofreal saving
-esmaB. If, foi-example
imtthe Unite States when
~ egUtvalent_ to. a bilion dolara
that'perhapsis not a bad gu
ad this amsount tiduld have zteadfly
->erned ar little over 6 per cent -every
r ince jhss .ain,~ compounded.
- dE exceed the present esmatad
~---ealth of this country. This means
t1ataBthrrstotthb ng and the1
71d nereasIng population have only.
& u about balanced the annual waste
~-~-nd Ies.True; mfore than two-thfrds
~~--fthe wealth of nations Is stillthe ha-1
an msihlne and not the visible tax
habldroprtybut the fact serves to
~. h w slight is the -annual gain1
?ein the premier get rich quick
emzof the world, the United States. -
4 -aISnyder in Collier's Weekly.
No:Simple Life at Ayr.
Thefmle life" finds no sympa
-Kihetle, aepbrere In Scotland and,
M.aof.aZgnot in the "Auld Ayr" of.
RiDert Burnus- .
kula Ayr, wham ne'er a town--a a
Iar aneet men and bonnie Man
George Fergeson Munro is a news- 1
~ paper person who writes articles for a
Scottish -newspaper. Muinro wanted to
lIvela free, untrammeled, outdoor life-.
B e began last spring. He wandered r
Y over bill and dale, doing nothing, find
ngenough to eat and drink, lying on a
shade hillside reading a good book.
-Helinterfered, with no one. The earth
was his bed, the starry sky his roof.
Wen t ranede went into abarnl. i
Yet for leading tliils- simple life he was
taken by the rough band of the law .e
-as a vagabond and sentenced by thea
magistrate of Ayr to three mnonths' t
hard labor-Indianapolis News.
(/ Th eldrDumswste greatest
eima In. the literary world of ParIs,
--or who has ejer, been able to explain I
h,%~n ow-and when all the books that
beearsimae were written? He loved
Smayeerien for Its own sake. He
told-ine how he had dabbled ik magnet
is and mesmeric experiments. He
* ok. with absolute.conviction- of the
-oW'er of magnetism and declared that ,
bewhole-,of life and society' was, to
his way of thinkring, nothing - but a
manfetean of miagnetic force.
Him~ talk was like the man himself,
-ealn, nonchalant. witifout a' trace Of
*.enMain. ,He was so far above discus
ei~as to Ignore It. When he was
-speaking he seemed to imply by his .
Men*gand marnner that It made no dif
-ference to him whether you believed
what ne, was saying or not.-Frzancis
-Gi erson In Century Magazine
-The janitor of a hail in a country
paewas asked by an entertainer froma
-1ecity If there 'wasn't a plaio that
be- could use for the evening's enter
- Waal, yes, there is a piano down in
-the ellar," said the janitor, "but you th
ceouldn't play on it-leastways, not as at
t is, for it's full of books." t
Then the janitor bawled to. his wife:
"Susan, where's the works of that
And Susan's voice. doated down from
-"Ain't they out in the garden?"- f
-Wagh~gton Star. .C
Largeost Star Known. C
G anopus, the ~argest star known, I
with a luminosity of 47.000 times that ti
of the sun, is invisible from the north- t
en hemIsphere. 0. R. Walkiey, an
English astronomer, adduces testimony I
at great length to prove it the central ~
so of the universe about which all a
other orbs revolve.
-"Thompson has made a discovery."
"Yes. He says that he has discov
ered that the more buttons there are on C
-. woman's coat the greater the proba-2
zQ1Wtythat It really fastens with hooks
Stibies were a decorative element of
rhich the Florentine garden architect
2ade expensive use. At first a few
ntique busts were placed along the
arapg. of the terrace or under the
entral loggia, but, ere long Greek gods
nd heroes, fauns and naiads were
een at the end of every alley, while
lants and caryatides were introduced
D support walls and porticoes.
One great charm of renaissance gar
ens was the skillful manner in which
sture and art were blended together.
he formal design of the giardlno se
reto agreed with the straight lines of
he house, and the walls, zpith their
lipped hedges, led on to the wilder,
reer growth of woodland.and mead
w, while the dense shade of the bosco
applied an effective contrast to the
inny spaces of lawn and flower bed.
The ancient practice of cutting box
rees into fantastic shapes, known to
he Romans as the topiary art, was
rgely- restoied in the fifteenth cen
ury and became an essential part of
slian gardens.-New York Telegram.
Curious Telegraph Lines.
The most briginal telegraph line In
he world once exten'ded from La Plaz,
he capital of Bolivia, to the neighbor
ng town of Oruro, a 4stance of about
56 miles. Theie are no growing trees
n this part of the iworld, and wood of
my kind is. so rare that the telegraph
1ole were made of the same material
s 'the -nitties'- household furniture
Iried mud. The pillars were built on
tone foundations and nieasured about
ie feet square at the- base, with a
apering height of. fifteen feet. They
ere placedabout 9Meet apart. An
therrcuridus telegraph line was con
tracted in Uganda..by a British en
;neer, who transported growing trees
9 the roadside-and use& them as poles
ecause he could not find any "dead"
rood-that would withstand the rav
ges of -the white ants. In Dutch
last India growing frees -are 'also
urned to account in this manne, but
here a wire Is stretched across the
oad between the trees on either side
md the actual telegraph line suspend
d.d wn the center.
Fleas as Jumpers.
.The jumping powers of fleas have
seen much- exaggerated, according to
Silnletin on-these insects Issued by
e 'department of agriculture. The
peciesm nown as the human . fle
Pule rri~tans) Is probably the -best
unpei According to ntzmain, the
naxinm horzontal distance this spe
dekcsan jump Is thirteen 'inebes and
he maxiam -vertical distance less
han eight inches.
The question of the Sea's jumping
owerm is of-importance in connection
vith the spread of-buboniaplague and
thr diseases et which this Insect Is
he carrier. The Indian plague com
ssioin, which has Investigated -the
Labits of the Indian rat flea, fnds its
nauimum horizoital jump to be only
Lve lnebes, while ltzmin'records the
naimum height to which-it can jumv
ts three and one-eighth inches. -One
pecesof Sea, i tietglit," is maa
y Incapable of jumping.
uLmitations of Scieince.
Johnny was sent to study atheniiat
es, and,- the teacher told him -that 1i
is a true srdence.
"For Instance," she'said, "If It takes
me-man twelve days tob'ulds house,
hen twelve .men can build it In one
Johnny replied: "And 288 'men will
ild it in an hour, 17,280 in a minute
086,800 men will put It up in a-see
ad. Now,. I don't believe they could
uilfd even a single brick in that time
gan, If one ship can cross the'Atlan
i in twelve days, twelve ships should
ie able to cross it in one day. I don't
elieve that either, so :'m not going tc
tudy-mathematics." And Jobnny left
he- teacher studying it herself.-E.
Her Word of Honor.'
"Don't you love me?'
"Yes, but rm already engaged?'
"Then break your engagement"
"Oh, Jack, that., wouldn't he honor
be! An .engagement is - a .sacred
hing, not lightly to'be entered into or
roken om' Eesides"-.
"Well, rm engaged to two men, and
hat makes It even worse." -Boston
Anxious to Help.
He (after the hoeyon'-Egfom
ather said anything about helping to
rovide a home for -us? She-Oh, yes
indeed! He said that -when .we hpd a
ome of our own he would buy me a
ookbook and anlow. mother to come
nd teach me ~how to use it, even If i
ook a year-New York Weekly.
'please advance me some mone. My
loat is entered in tomorrow's race and
'm sure ahe will 'win,"
And father promptly replied, "Not
rith a .time allowance, from me"-St
*A Better Way.
"Keep on ther watch. Opportunity
say knock at your door.". . .
"I'm not going to wait for that. rm
oing to pound on Opportunity's door.'
"Pm a self made man, I am."
"Well, there is one thing you'zneedn't
"What Is that?"
"Takng out a patent."
The ultra 'violet ray Is of..all light
lements the hardest on the eye. It
i also called the actfiic ray and isde
ribed as "like-a little barbed arrow."
In the Wake of Great War.
A great war lea~ves the country with
roe armies--an army of cripples, a..
my of mourners and an army et
Beer Always on Tap.
Bavaria has the world's record for
er drinking. Perhaps. that accounta
r -a certain push button in the city
f Nuremiberg. On one of the mnany
iteresting little streets of that quaint
Id town there is a large, plain-look
ng building which serves as the down.
Dw office and warehouse- of a ~cer
an large brewery. In the -wall neaz
he door of this wholesale establish
re there is a push button that evi
ently connects with an electric bell
omewhere. Over it is a sign readina
Bierglocke," which tyanslated literal.
into English means "Beer Bell".
vidently an arrangement 'for sum
oning more beer in case of emer
ues (ld Sores, flter Remedies Won't Cure,
1be -worst cases. nomatter of how long standing
re cnred by the derful. old reliable Dr
..e'stsep OILa It rlee
KXXXXXX In N 11AF
Pain Efa visitor to every home and
simuallytReAmes quite-inexpectedly. J0t
you are prepared for every emergency if
you keep a-aman boetle of Sloan'sK
Iineat hdy. t is the great
A&sn Au ever discovered.
Simply laid on the skin
no rubbing required-It drives
the pain away- instantly. It is
No Smoke, No Fire
-No Red Tags!
But we are bere with the greatest line of -Seasonable
Merchandise ever shown, in. Manning.. Chief among the
attractions at this big store is -
Our Ladies' Ready-to-Wear
Department. Two hundred New Fall .Coat Suits.
The Newest Styles from theabest- makers. Suits and;.Coats
of every 'description, in all the most fashionable fabrics
and a range of colors of specially piarchased and specially
We make the above assertion without fear of contra.
dictioi. You are assured of finding'just what you wantat
a price that will please you. -In Trimed Suits, Serge
suits, Novelty Suits,. Broad Cloth Suits,. New Cheviot
Suits. all sizes for MissesI Women -and. stot ..women,- in
all all the leading shades. The greatest showing of Smart
Ready- to-Wear'Apparel in Manning. The
Prices Range From $1) to
And each Suit-represents an incoqprableuaie.: We are
sbowing this week -exceptional values in ?Womek's ^nd
Misses' Sport Coats. Handsome Coats in plaids,-mixtures
stripes an-nodvelties. -Bargains ( at -
$4-.98 to $144&,
ReMember-tIat the art of- inbeet returns for
money expended is learned wben you purchase here. We
are the originators of the "money back" policy. Should
you purchase an article here and are not pleased with
same, we cheerfully ref und your money.
*Come to-see us whenmn. (own, matters not .whe ber
-qyou buy or -not. Remes ber-'hat the longer we live the
more we see, and learn
- .- -,-.
A What Will The Harvest Be? .4
- ~ . Have you ever stoppeB tothink of what the harvest of
yourlife!$ work wil} be? Are you storing away part.of yogr
money.:crop for the wintis of old age ndimisfortune?.
MA ionestigatIenu wi1 you that our bank would be an
-ideal .place 'for keeyingiyour.funds safely.~ It's a good plan
-for eyery farmler to lyfve a strong banking connection., You
-may want to borriow one of these days; we can negotiate the
loan for you,.'on-good security, at right rates and without -
any red iape. Drop in to seetus 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." .
SRememaer Us When on Have Money and We'll Remember
You When You Nee&Money.
9 BANK OF TURBEVILLE.
On Account of the Geor
The Atlantic Coast Line will sell Excursion Tickets
from Manning to Augusta, Ga., at $4.65 for all.
NOVEMBER 6th to 13th, INCLUSIVE:
Limited returning to reach oi-iginal starting point up to and
including midnight of November 15th, 1915. Proportionate
ly low fares from all intermediate stations, on same dates
ard with same return limit. - -.
For schedules and further information, call on
Picket Agent, Mann~ig, S. 0.
lo Drive Out Malaria - How To (live Quinine To Children.
Take the Old Standard GROVW imrvoie. xsaeesyza enea.
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know ant to te andent dierturb tetach
printed on ery label showigi 8zk ordnr QuinDoe o naet ac
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. aue erounes norrign nah ed r
TheQuiine drives out malaria, ~ tthe exttm o edQiiefrayr
- 7 - 'ngiifi Milit'ry Offenses.
There. are more tl adozen differ-.
n i which a soldier may
be sentenced to d'eath while on active
service. The first on the list of death
offenses applies to-a doumauding Offi
-cer and reads, "Shauiefully delivering
upa garrison when In' command of
troops. without due necessity-bn!sh
nent, -death." -. A soldier can -be shot
for'throwinawa.his. eor sword
in the presence of the enemy, for cow
ardice or for leaving his commanding
officer in order to plunder. If be forces
his way past a sentry on active serv
Ice he may -be sentenced to death or
for assaulting any one bringing up pro
visions for the troops. A soldier is ex
pressly. forbidden while on active serv
ice to commit any offense against a
resident of 'th country in which he is
fighting under pain of .death, nor may
be break. Into any house In search of
plmu#er odllpharge his rifle intention
ally to create a false alarm on the
march. A .soldler while acting as. sea
try:who Is Tund sleeping at his post
mayle siot. Any man causing or
joining n -a mutiny is liable tqbe shot.
esertion or-attempt at deiertion while
on active service Is naturally a death e
What is the purpose.of dream.s? Dr.
rsador H. Corlat answers the question
thus in "The Meaning of Dreams:"
It can be shown thro'ugh dream anal
ysis that dreams subserve a definite
function i our mental life in that they
really act as protectors and not as dis
turbers of sleep. This guardianship of
sleep by means of dfeams is due to the
-persistent dynanflc action of the cen
sor. In sleep the censor ~j eiceeding
ly-active. and its functlonims to protect
sleep from the mass of repressed emo
tions which threaten to overwhelm the
sleeper-in the shape of a dream. This
is done by means of the dream mecha
nsama. in - which - the, dream thoughts
are fused and displayed, thus under
going such disguise and symbolization
as to be .unrecognizable to the sleeper
and consequently. not disturbing to
.bim.. When the censornods or is evad
ed. -when: the -literal dream thoughts
bombard and inrade- consciousness' 1.
an undisguised form, sleep is disturbed
O~ he(Nu cssfnJ ausiq
is a good one to follow; you can't. go
far wro'g ifyoti walk'in his footsteps.
Noinan'of 16's today- is without a
gommercial bank account; no business,
however small, can afford to be'wizhout
one. If vou have not an account, get in
line for success by op'ening one with
home Buik al~ T-us (I8
NO OTHER LIKE IT.
NdO OTHER AS COOD.
Purchase the*NEW HOME" and you willhave
alie asset at the price yoinpay. The elimisfation of
reir expenie by supendor worktnanship and bs
quality of material insures life-on servic atmni
mum eost. Insist on having theEWHO.'
WARRANTED NOR ALL TIME.
Known thedrod'o'rer fo? superior sewing o itik
...Not sold inder any other name.
TiE REW HONE SEWMNG MACHIN~E CO.,0RANGE,M88,
If you want to buy
Farm Lands or Lots
Or if you have a
Farm or Town Prop
ertyfor sale: let us
handle it for you.
J. Hi. LESESNE.
301HN 6. DINKINS.
Offices mn Old Court House.
I bill apply to the Judge of Probate,:
for Clarendon County, on the 15th day
of November 1915, at 1.1 o'clock a. in.:;
for letters of discharge a5 guaraian for'
Martha H. Jenkinson formerly a minor..
W. E. Jenkinson,
1ingtree, Oct. 15, 1915
Dont Forget To Call
CITY TAILOR SHOP.
To get your Fall Suit, our Fall and Winter Samples
is now in. We use the famous Bruner Woolen, and
we are prepared to vive you a guaranteed job.
We also -do Cieaning, Pressing,' Dyeing and
French Dry Cleaning. Repairing, Alter
ing on all kinds of. garinents. All
F. C. WILLIAMS. Prop.
-PHONE No. 1. OLD BAKERY STAND
Does-this appeal to you? We would like
the opportunity of "living up td.our advertis
jng" by furnishing your Winter 'Hat.
The Misses. Wilkes,
43 South Main St. - - SUMTER, S. C.
- People who buy goods for fall use should buy them
early-RIGHT NOW-whilestocks are full and have
nt-been too much picked over. It is the true essence
of economy, and is one of the means by which many
people rise to affluence in life.
It is just as important to SAVE money as it is to
MAKE it, and one aim of this store is to HELP YOU
8AVE by selling you a very high grade article for a
- very little money. Our shelves are loaded down with
IVRY THING FOR FALL USE.
and .we urge you not to let as single unnecessary day
pass by- without making your selections. It is the wise
-waylwhich economical shoppers always pursue-and
to their own advantage.
WYE HAVE IT IRE
.We sell a little of every thing and MUCH of MANY
things at this store. We have wh...t we KNOW the peo
pie of this community WANT, and wese~ep the ecouo
*. micai~phase always before us-econoY for YOU-for
* the very simple reason that we KNO W that as long as
-you can buy ECONOMICALLY here you will CON
TINUE TO BUY HERE.
H. H. JENKINSON.
The Best Only. - Goods Ones.
$1.50 to $4.50. $10.50 and Up.
Everything for Cleveland, Crescent
the Bicycle. , and Columbia.
WE FILL MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY.
H. L. TISDALE,35 South Main St.,
SSUTTET1R, S. C.
A Remarkable Suicide.
One of the most remarkable cases of
suicide was that cf the king of Falaha.
oi the west 'coast of Africa.
The king was attacked by a Moham
medan forcv. and, finding resistance
impossible, he assembled his family
and principal officers and after ad
dressing them and intimating his deter
mination never to accept Mohammed
anish and inviting tliose who did not
agree with him to go away. he applied
a light to a large quantity of gunpow
der collected for the purpose and blew
into atoms the palace and all who
were in it.
"That man says he wants his picture
to look perfectly natural," said the
-3ake It as handsome as possible."
replied the proprietofd.
"But he insists'that he doesn't want
the picture to flatter him."
"He won't.think It'flatters him. He'lU
think that at last somebody has. man
aged to catch- the- way he really looks."
-Chicago News. -
Girl With a Conscience
Two little girls walking through a
field were afraid of a cow. Said one
of them, "Let's go right- on. and act
As ifwe were not afraid at all." "B.ut
wouldn't that be .deceiving the cow?"
the other little girl - expostulated.
Rubbing It In.
Proud DaA-4 suppose in the course
of time-ba'by will be married, e'enL as
we were. Mamma -Yes, I 'suppose
she'll throw herself away on some
"A joke's'a'joke, but did, yeni ever
make anybody laugh-by pulIng- chair
ftrom under him?"
"At least it upsets his gravity."
Is to be dreaded. Itleads to seas
.efhnents, Fever'. Indgsmt. - Ple.
Sieklie-eobe Poisoned ~seand
* soore of other ue o ow.
Don't let ConstipaIionls.
Eeep year Eidneys, Liver nd Bowels
healthyand active. Ridyor sysea
All Draggists 25 cents
SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK
Queer' Enghish com.
It is customary in the Peak district
for the unmarried girls to peer
through the keyhole of the house early
on St. Valentine's morning before any
one- else in the house is astir. They
believe 'that if this is done fasting,.
omen's of. the year to come 'will be
seen. For instance, should a cock and
hen pass .together, the girl may be
sure that she will be married ere
the year is out; if she sees -a robin
'alone It is a sign that she will have .
a fortune left her; if a sparrow flies
up to the door and pecks about as
though for crdmbs, she may' take it
as a warning to be careful, and that
her good napie will be in' danger un
less she take heed; . while, if a hen
stroll by, It Is a sign that she will
be an old maid.
Many -fe~ogor children, but because of
some curable plscal derangement are deprived
of this greatest anhappiness.
The women whose names follow were restored
to normal health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound. Write and ask them about it.
"I took your Coin
S pound and have a fine,
strong b ab y. " - Mrs.
.?. JOHN MITCHELL, Mas
-sena, N. Y.
. " Lydia E. Pinklam's
.~ Vegetable Compound'i
-wonderful medicine for
aexpectant mothers." -
Mrs. A. M. MYERs, Gor
.~ donville, Mo.
L"I highly recommend
etable Compound before
''child-birth, it has done so
- much for me."-Mrs. E.
4M.DOERR, R. R. 1, Con
~a~"I took Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Comn
a, pound to build up m y
::. es ~ system and have the
-dearest baby girl in the
world."- Mrs. MoSE
-BLAKELEY, Coalport, Pa.
"I praise the Comn
pound whenever I have
a chance. It did so much
-~ ~ for me before my little
-.girl was born." - Mrs.
- E. W. SANDER~S, Rowles
burg, W. Va.
S"I took your Comn
.pound before, baby was
Sborn and feel I owe rr.
-"TI iWinter Haver.,
p ~ slimsFlorida.