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-C0H0L 3 PER CENT.
Pro es Dlgstion(atheerf"
ness and iest.Containsnteitter
y-' Aperfect Remedy forCsIpa
tion, Sour Stolntach.-Diatrlm
ness ard LOSS OF SLEEP.
a i FoSLTie Signamre of
t' NEW YORK.
iurte und'ert Food
Ezact Ccpy of Wra per.
ST i OF HOME, SWEET HOME
Nct Written Whi!e Payne Was Pov
erty-Stricken. But When He Was
It _:more than ninety years sinc
"Home, Sweet Home." was written
but its popularity is still world-wid
and wherever the English language ii
spoken it is known and loved because
it appeals to that deep-lying instinct it
humanity which is the basis of family
Many stories have been w?tten of
its origin. most of them more or less
inaccurate and tending to distort
reality by a mass of pleasing fiction.
Moving word pictures have beer
dr.1Mn of the starving author in hi:
garret and illustrations have been pub
lished of the original "lowly thatched
cottage" for which he was supposedly
pining, both affecting and interesting
but nct in accordance with the facts.
Although he had periods of failur(
and hardship, as well as possibly brie!
periods of success and prosperity, i1
was not while suffering from povert:
that he wrote "Home, Sweet Home,
but during a time when he was livinh
-comfortably in Paris in the Palai:
Royal, and having considerable succes:
in his dramatic work.
There is also no evidence to indicati
that the "lowly thatched cottage" had
any existence outside of the author's
brain, in spite of the tradition which
has been built up about the Easthamp
Throughout his lfe Payne hada
deep affection for his native land, his
friends and his family, from whom he
ws for n iny years widely separated.
His letters frequently allude to his
longing for the society of those he
loved and his appreciation of the home
and domestic life.
He was only fifteen years of agi
when necessity forced him to begin his
battle with the world, a precocious
high-spirited, impulsive, sensitive, am
bitious boy, conscious of an intellec1
above the normal. restive under re
strai::t, quick to take offense at seem
ing slight.-T. T. P. Lukuer, in Scrib
SHORTNESS OF OUR DREAMS
If Natural Phenomenon of Steep Laul
ed Longer Than Single Second
We Should Expire.
Just as sleep is a natural phi
nomenon of life, so dreams are
natural phenomenon of sleep. The
medical man assures us that the long
est dream we ever have-even the
dream that seems to carry us oi
through several days-actually occu
pies no more than a single second!
Scm e authorities maintain that il
any one of our dreams were to las
longer than a single second we shouli
die. Other authorities are convinceC
that we do not dream at all when we
are asleep. but only in the fraction a:
time when we are (as Shakespear<
has expressed it) "'twixt sleep an'
Ita :so urged that dreams ari
no'th-::g but distorted ideas and im
ages passing through the drows:
mia and being no more than extraoT
dir.:: n vriations of things that hay<
ha :i. or of things that we havy
thout or rer,! in our waking mc
-ment he can have no possible as
soca; :: with our future. But, 01
the ote- - had dreams have bee:
crediedt witi. prophetic meaning:
sar 1 day when the world wa:
vo Ag and rem books are stl
publiste" an d purchmased and consult
ed by the million.
Quaint Eng!ish Ceremony.
The quaint ceremony of flogging th
commoners was observed as usual thi
year at Malmesl-:ry. Wilts, says th
Lowrien ail. Six men were admittet
to cmmon rights, that is, grant<: o
land under King Athelstan's boques
of land, given as a reward for 1elp i:
fighting the Danes. King A Lelsta)
was crowned king of tie Mercians ani
West Saxons at Kingston-on-Thame
in i2> A. D. Supreme control of Kini
Athelstan-s gift is vested in a warde>
and "freemen." The six new land
holders were taken to their allotments
and a hole was dug in the soil int
w.hich each new commoner threw
s5i" . YEh com:naonor was "flogged
with ahz:l tw;ig. the surveyor repea
i G te :i form c.: -Turf and twig
Ig e thee. the same as King Athe
agave to me. and I hope a lovin
brother thou wilt be."
C A ST OR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Thirty Years t
THE CEKTAUu CJMPANY. NEW YORK CIT
HAVE DISPLACED OLD MAIDS
"Bachelor Girl" Ia Better Appellation d
Now Given to the Woman Who d
Remains Single. o
Among the most delightful modern ti
products are our bachelor girls. p
It has been said that a good wife tl
is the by-product of love, and It may |3
be said with equal truth that a bach
elor girl is the result of new business w
One thing, however, is certain: The p
bachelor girl has crowded out our old E
maids. Rarely, indeed, will you come e'
across a real genuine specimen of the L
blighted love series surrounded with
her feline pets, an authority on heart
I symptoms and a blender of bird seed.
There may be a few of those dear le
old maids still to be found in the re- C
mote country districts, but in our be
towns and cities they are extinct as et
the dodo. di
Perhaps it would be more correct bi
to say that they have "evolved" into l
bachelor girls. In the good old days
any girl who didn't marry before she a
was thirty was dubbed "an old maid."
She was frequently a lonely soul and Ie
took to reading faded letters and
dabbling with smelling salts. -
Nowadays a girl who doesn't marry
is called a "bachelor girl." She has a
good Job and holds It down; has a
checkbook, good clothes, lives In a
pretty fiat or shares apartments with
other pretty girls, and Is looked up to
and envied by her married friends.
She attends strictly to business and m
her relatives are very polite to her
because she Is such "a clever crea
ture," and incidentally because she
buys shoes for their children and pays
for Angelna's piano lessons. L
The old maid lived in the past; the fe
bachelor girl lives in the present and h
has her weather eye on things to 0
UiZARDS ON GIRLS' BAC~KS
Stenciled Designs on Fair Skin la e
Given Out as the Newest Fad h,
in New YorkP
Art Ilerature, the stage and Green- as
wich village were well represented d
at the fancy costume ball of the So- "
ciety of American Fakers, but what
attracted most attention was the sten
cilings on bare arms and shoulders x
of about 20 per cent of the girls. n,
Fully half of the 1,600 present were ni
pretty girls, so a lot of the new fad k
art was on exhibition. There were ,
little lizards, skull and crossbones, '
stars, flowers, birds and other designs.
Some of the girls explained the fig- F
ures were affixed to the flesh by a 'y
sort of sticking plaster process, which
enables the wearer to stencil herself.
There were five orchestras, and It
was agreed "Cy" Watrous, pre
of the Fakers' organization of 1
dents, was right In saying the . -
a great success.--New York :vE
Mucilage to Stick on Tin.
SWhosoever has tried to stick a pa
-per label on a piece of tin knows how
diffiult it is. Here, however, is a
- recipe for a mucilage especially de
isigned for this purpose: In 150 cubic e
centimeters of boiling water dissolve!
-20 grams of gum tragacanth and add a e
-paste made of 60 grams of flour and a
i 10 grams of dextrine dissolved in 40
x cubic centimeters of water. Dilute
s the whole with 200 cubIc centimeters c<
s of boiling water and add 10 grams of _
1 glycerine and 10 grams of salicylic,
-acid. Boll for five minutes, stirring
Sloan's Liniment For Neuralgia Aches.
Thte dull throb of neuraWzia i- quick
Slv relieved by Sloan's Liniwnt, the
tniversal remedy for pain. I::asy to
L appy, it quickly peetra:es withou rub~i
fbingz anil soothes the sure mu-cle~s.
Ceamw-r anid mnor-e promptly effret ive
Sthau ;mussy plasters or ointment, does
not stain the skin or elog the pores.
For stitT muscles, chronic rheumatism,
gout, iumbago, sprains and strains it
ies quick relief. Sloan's Liniment
reduces the pain and inflammation in
t insect bitEts. bruises. bumps and other.
-minor inju ries to children. Get a hot- --
,tle today at your druggist, :25e.-A.b.
"Mamma," queried small ialna :i?e
[ first time she saw a raulticolored par
I- rot, "was that chicken hatched from
I en Eastar GI(2'"
Whenever You Need a General Tonls
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
welknown tonic properties of QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Bu..d. um the Whole Svstem. 50 cents.
Beware of Strange Mushrooms.
If strangers appear in your mush
cam bed, look out! A professional
aushroom grower recently was badly
ooled and. with his entire family of
tve persons. narrowly escaped death.
Hence the mushroom specialists of
he United States department of agri
ulture have issued a warning to com
aercial and other growers of mush
ooms to regard with suspicion any
.bnormal mushrooms which appear In
heir beds. It seems that ocepionally
poradic forms appear in rius-,"oom
reds, persist for a day or t: ,, and
hen disappear. These are generally
anure-inhabiting species and may be
bserved shortly after the beds have
ased. In the instance cited, however,
ese fungi appeared in considerable
umbers at the time the edible Agari
us campestris should have been
eady for the market. and the dealer
upposed it was probably a new brown
ariety and tried it in his own family.
.s a result. they were rendered abso
itely helpless and were saved after
everal hours only through the assist
nee of a second physician who had
ad experience with this type of poi
He Was Prepared.
One afternoon recently a New York
raveling man called a prominent El
'aso (Texas) attorney into consulta
ion at one of the leading hotels. He
xp1ined that he contemplated a very
erilous undertaking and desired to
ake his will. The lawyer drew up
ie will, and the traveling man paid
im a fat fee, left the document witi
he hotel clerk, accompanied by condi
ions to be carried out should he
ever return, then hailed a taxicab
nd went to Juarez, Mexico. where he
ought picture postal cards and Mexi
an stamps and addressed them to
elatives and friends. Then he re
arned to El Paso quite unscathed.
It wasn't as thrilling as I thought it
'ould be," he admitted. "But I al
rays believe in precautionary meas
"Mountain Sheep Best Food."
Howard Eaton. whose big ranch at
olf, Wyo., is known to many Phila
elphia sportsmen, told me the other
ay that Uncle Sam now had a herd
f 75,000 elk in Yellowstone park.
"We have 45 buffalo calves out
iere this spring," added this trans
lanted Pennsylvanian. i inquired if
iey would live, and he said very near
r all of them would.
"Mountain sheep mutton is the best
ild game food," said this connois
iur of nearly fifty years' outdoor ex
erience. "Much better than buffalo
eat and superior to bear, deer or
Lk."-Girard in Philadelphia Public
How Catarrh is Contracted.
Mothers are sometimes so thought
ss as to neclect. the colds which their
ildren contract. The inflammation
the mucus membrar.e. at irs' acute.
wctes ('ronic and the child hay
ronic catarrh. a disease that is -eb
-m cured and that may prove a lif's
irden. Many prlso'ns who have itb
athstne disea-e will remersber ha"
g had fr' quent c'o'ds at th' time it
as contract ed. A lir tie ftret'- ott ht.
bottle of Chamberlain's (Couh I R-m
l judiciously used, and all this t r'ouh
'iht have been avoided. Obtain
d everyrwhere.-A dr.
Profit by This.
Dont Waste Another Day.
Wen you are wcrt'ied by backac~h.
By lamneless ntd ur'inarly d iscrder~
Do't expeinft with an untriedi
F'ollow. Sianingit. I"tl-'s e-xamp c
Use Deanc's Kidney Pili-.
Ver~ify it if youi w%.hl:
X'. It. XV hi:e. prop. of grecorv, S.
oundar'y St... M:annitcr, sty.- "~'I suf
'red from kidney troubcle fot' years I
ad to get up v'ery often during the~
ight to pass the kidney soeretions and
iey wet e highly colocred andi contaln
I sediment. like br'ick-dust. I suffer
2 costantly from backache and sharp
tins 'cr'oss my iomcs. i could har'dly
:rn c in bed and tmorningstmy hack
as so lame and sore that it was dull
lt for tme to dress mn3:self. Nothing
elped me until I got Decan's Ku! ney
'ills. \fter using one box. tmy bcacik
ido't ache any ccn re' and the iameness
ad sore-ntss hcad acli disa~peared I
>)'t nlave 10 get it) nocw to piass the
idne te retions -aud dami feeIilg
.ent'v yeats ounoger.'' S':attfemet
iven M\arch 19ith. 1908 )
OVR SlX YE.\IlS LATPE1l. ir.
chie said: "'I ahvays~ use Doccn's Kid
ev iis when Ii hav e anyi sicn of kid
yt ouble, they k~eepl myv harck ccid
idnys in gecic condition .'
Price 50e, at all daaler Donc't:
'(an's Kidev l'cl 'the s:ae:'
It White has~ tnidelv r. et cumendld.
For a Muddy Cctr.pihrion.
ak'' Chamberlaccin's Tabh-: :.nl
dea uie-t oif vegtbe and- eure a-stcc5
'ake otdoor exercc ijdily antd c ourc
'mp~ex ion will ibe gitn ti mrd
-thin a few mconths. 'Try it. Ob)taccn
hle every where--.\d.i
Head-Off That All-Winter Cough.
At the fir.t sig Of -ole ih oa, gh
best occ stu!Ted-u head1. ake a do-e of
r' lic uis Pim -Tar-Honyc.4 Th'cc beni-I
r nine-tar i,'1 c Iot ing honey' and. ,c
-c'. qluic'kly cellev' ic'' cntge:-tion.'
own'i :it ple'm and bccilre::k up your
1I the benI:it, icth 'biai' 'iromta'
om ac pine- fores. it" P plea"an to :
n- l antiseptie. Thec. f'crun'i.a coc th'
ott:" tells why it ri'it'ta coum andcc
>ug hs Xt sour drtugit. 25e. -.\X
For Best Results Ship
Long Staple Cotton
WHALEY & RIVERS.
Charleston. S. C.
O riglal promnoers of Staple
Cotton ini the Southeast.
Is to be dreaded. It leeds to serious
ailmnts. Fever, Indigestion. Piles,
Sick Headache, Poisoned System and
a scoro of other troubles follow.
Don't let Constipationl last.
Kep your Kidneys. Liver and Bowels
healthy and active. Rid your system
of frmented. gassy foods.
Nothing better than
All Druggists 25 cents
S A ISATINr OR MONEY RACK
No doubt you are, if
you suffer from any of the
numerous ailments to
which au women are sub
ject. Headache, back
ache, sideache, nervous
ness, weak, tired feeling,
are some of the symip
toi..s, and you must rid
yourself of them in order
to feel well. Thousands
of women, who h a v e
been benefi-1 by this
remedy, urg.. ou to
The Woman's Tonic
Mrs. Sylvania Woods,
of Clifton Mills, Ky., says:
"Before taking Cardui,
I was, at times, so weak I
could hardly walk, and
the pain in my back and
head nearly killed me.
After taking three bottles
of Cardui, the pains dis
appeared. Now I feel as
well as 1ever did. Every
suffering woman should
try Cardui." Getabottle
Ringling Bros. Coming This Way.
World's Biggest Circus and Spectacie 'C
derella" Announced for Early Date.
Tuesday Oct. 17.
1;.: nungro;. circus wugv aftt
soo ~nd:( nigh: performiane c at
Ie famtous showniezi are the sea
p: celting an all new and n'onderf
: n ram The irimenlldu fairvlat
1 (" taI . " tiC erelia" will app-al
both youtn and o'd. " :b* 1.0 l)
its Mons take part in it 1: i, :aily t
I a *esFt spiec tcre Ringlina lros ha'
e ver staeI au" it- 1.1o ions "lialet
the Fairies.' with 300 (an -Ii girls.
in 'self worth many mie- to st1. Fu
low:nt "Gindere: a" 400 arenic arti:
apcar in the main tt: pregrian. 1.
ciause of the reat European var 11
i:inglinis ha.:e .ecured scores of ci
cu: ; er formers never before saon
Air:ca. An entire trained auuin
show has been made a part of the mai
-nat ihis scason. The menagerie oc
numbers 1009 wild anamiis. The el
phants, including "3ig l3ingo," ti
earth's largest pachyderm, have bee
increased to 41 and almost 800 hors
are carried There will be (0 clow
and a big free three-mile street para<
show day morning.
When You Take Cold.
\Vith the averagre man cold is a se
iwus matter and should no: be trill
with, as some of the most dangero!
diseases start with a common col
rake Chamberlain's Cough i -me1
and get ridl of your :-o4] ats quickly
possible. You are not experiment
when you uise this rem:edy. as it h
been in us~e for many years and has:
established reputation. It contains I
opium or other narcotic. Obtatinatb
of Personal Property.
i':uscan: to an oridert of .Jats( .
\'titdhamn. lq.. Judge, oif Probatef
(Clarendein coUmty, will sell att pub!
auction. for cash. at the late residen,
Clams Brown. deceased. near P'ano!
on Mlonday, the 16th. of October, 191
at 1:2 o'clock, 31: One Black or' Brov
.\are M1ule, as pr'operty of the Esta
of Clams Brown, deceased.
Bad Colds From ILittle Sneezes Grow.
Many coids that hang Oin ell win t
sart with a snerze, at snifle, a so
throat, a tight chest. You know tI
symrptoms of colds. and you knel
p'ompit treatment will break them u
Drt. King's New D)i~covery,. with i
siothing~ autiseptic balsams, has bet
bi rakinr tip colds and healing co~ugl
of young and old for 47 year s. D)
King's New Discovery looseus ti
plegm,~in clears tie head, soothes ti
iri ate'd me mbran.' a:.d makes breat
ii 'aieri. At yVour'1 druggist. 50c.
Notice of Discharge.
I wrill nulv t th le J udige of P roba
for < larctio'n counaty on thei :b dti
of I '-tober, 191G. at 13 o'clock .
fr L-.-t tels of D),chatrge its Admiinisi
trix o 4f thr l-'state of Clams Brown.
Pa ': ola. S. C.. Sept. '.1, 191m,.
\111 1ou fee] discouri 'ed1 and 4!
,pondt~l( dil not give uip but take a dl)
clciee tatin to fee'l all right with
a4 V, v < r tw). De)spoudenciy is (411
41u-' I), indig.r tion an'd biliousnecss. f
wih the it cah;et s arem epciai Iv:
us. O h1tinable everywhiere-.\'l
:jThere's a gr'eat var'iety
in the kit.!n fro >O.kingu
them all in superior' quali'
of0 the tiniest blo4ck' tin-.u
Piowdkicen utfo n
Physical Fitness Big Asset.
No woman nowadays can afford
not to be well.
Ill health-even mere "delicacy,"
with no positive manifestations of
disease-exists too much. There is
the obvious, direct expense of doctors'
bills and medicines. But indirectly
you pay a much high'r price for not
being well. If you area wa'ge earner
your lost time and energy, due to a
lack of physical strength, must also
be computed in lost dollars.
Poor health will interfere constant
ly with your social good times. It
will mar whatever beauty you may
possess sooner than any other cause.
If you are a wife and mother .illness
and weakness will interfere with your
duties and the comfort of those dear
to you. Whatever your station in
life you will find that the role of in
valid and weakling is no longer fash
ionable or popular. For a while you
will have the sympathy of your
friends. but the best of them will be
bored with you sooner or later. They
can't help it. A worship of physical
fitness is in the air, and, instead of
whining and pitying yourself, you
must bend all your energies to the
task of becoming well.-Exchange.
There are many formulas for mak
ing fumigating paper, one of the most
simple being: Benzoin, 1 av. ounce;
storax, one-half ounce; fumigating es
sence, 2 fl. ounce; ether, 1 fl. ounce;
acetic acid. glacial, 20 drops; alcohol,
2 fl. ounce. Dissolve the benzoin and
storax in a mixture of the alcohol and
ether, filter, and add the fumigating
essence and the acetic acid. Spread
the mixture upon filtering or bibulous
paper (blotting paper e.g.) and allow
it to dry. To prevent sticking, dust
- the surface with talcum, and preserve
in wax paper. When used, the paper
is simply warmed, or held over a larmp.
Keeping Blooms Fresh.
Flowers begin to bleed as soon as
they are cut, and the precious sap
running out of them causes the cells
to collapse immediately. To prevent
this, the end of the stem must be
a quickly closed, and this is best done
d by searing in a flame or by placing
o directly in hot water. For corsage
'0 bouquets the searing process is best,
although a little tedious, as each stem
must be so treated.
Constipation Du!ls Your Brains.
T''hat dull, listless, oppresseu fteling
is due to impurities in your system.
I sluggish liver, eloeLr~l iutestin-s. Dr
King's New I fe Pills give pr'onpt re
lief. A mild, easy, non-gripiog bowel
. movement will tone up your system
. and help to clear your inudd', pimply
e complexion. Get a bottle of Dr. Kin2's
n New Life Pills today at your druggist,
s 25e. A dose to night will make you
cheerful at breakfast.-Adv.
le _.. ..._- - - ---
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stops the
Cough and Headache and works off the Cold.
Druggists refund money if it fails to cure.
E. W. GROVE's signature on each box. 25c.
~ Of The Scc esfl ui
is a~~l ue to ollo: yo can't go
far wroncg if you walk in his :footsteps.
No man of aflirs today is without a
commercial bank account: no business. I
however small, can altor'd to be without
r one. If you have not an aceount, get inC
e line for success by opening one with
e9 dcGa. and Lame 1
t;: . Yoley Kidney Pills will,
ir :rnen and women--quick
--htthey have done for Mrs.
Last. year, I got almost down with
r.bc." writes Mrs;. H. T. Straynge
of winsille. C'n., 1I. No. 3. "I suf
a- ' .afo in :iammation of the blad
e- .r t.d henv:r I stopped doctoring
1 - -:re I tried Foley Kidney
I . a~ after taking them awhile
- . cai-r action becamne regular and
C~.inin s. nzation disappeared;
m.::.-:..a-a::se : r., back than 1'ye
i s:: r..- i alyers and since get
'n. w. ., tayed wcll and had
: ' nurz < '':h trouble."
e a r o Foley Kidney
F-.:I. ei n imrprcy::mant
I -- - .ct.on kidneys and
et -:H bak and zidles,
-Diekson's Drug Storec.
of us.eful articltie l r uire',.l
AFTER SIX YEARS
Woman Made Well by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Columbus,Ohio.- "1 had almost given
up. I had been sick for si: years with
female troubles and
nervousness. I had
a pain in my right
side and could not
eat anything with
-out hurting my
stomach. I could
not drink cold water
at all nor eat any
kind of raw fruit,
nor fresh meat nor
chicken. From 178
pounds I went to
118 and would get so weak at times that
I fell over. I began to take Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and
ten days later I could eat and it did nct
hurt my stomach. I have taken the
medicine ever since and I feel like a
new woman. I now weigh 127 pounds
so you can see what it has done fo:- me
alieady. My husband says he knows
your medicine has saved my life."
Mrs. J. S. BARLOw, 1624 South 4th St.,
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound contains just the virtues of roots
and herbs needed to restore health z.nd
strength to the weakened organs of the
body. That is why Mrs. Barlow, a
chronic invalid, recovered so completely.
It pays for women suffering from any
female ailments to insist upon having
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Con
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Sour druggist will refund money if PAZO
INTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching.
Blind. leeding orProtruding Piles in 6to 14daya.
be first application gives Ease and Rest. 50c.
t. 0. IURY. K. oI.LvhK 0 sKaVAN
PURDY & O'BRYAN,
Attorneys ounselors at Law.
MANNING. S C.
G. T. Floyd,
SURVEYOR and CIVIL ENGINEER
Office over Hirschmann's Store.
On First-Class Real Estate
Purdy & O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Manning S. C
DR. .J. A. COLE,
jpstairs over Weinberg's Corner Store
MANNING, S. C.
Phone No 7
L 0. EDWARDS H. M. PERRITT
SDWARDS & PERRITT,
U CIVIL ENGINEERS
Oflee Over Bank of Mat~ning.
MANNING S C.
V.C. DAvIS. J. w. wIDEMAN
DAV1S & WIDEMAN,
C A TTOR~NEYS AT LAW ,
MANNING. S. C.
DURANT & ELLERBE.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
MANNING. S. C.
JOHN G. DINKINS,
JEATTORNEY AT Law.*
Manning, S. C.
)tlice in Old Court House.
. H. LESESNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
M ANNING, S. C.
he Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head
'lYE R~OMO QUUINfE Eibetiter thanoinary
uiine and does not cause nervousness nOr
ging in head. Remember the full name and
>o for the signature of E. W. GROVE. 25c.
RUB3 OUT PAIN
with good oil linirnent. That's I
the surst wzay to stop them. I
Thc bes rubbing liniment iss
Good for the Ai!mnls of'
Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc.
Good for ycur cwn A dhes,
Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains,
Cuts, Burns, Etc.
25c. 50c. $1. At all Dealers.
Do You Own
You have always wanted lower rates.
You and your ncighbors have cried aloua
for cheaper insurance.
You cannot act with a wonderful degree of
business judgment and at the same time
build up a HOME INDUSTRY that conserves
safely, fairly and get results if you
will but lend your co operation.
Before you renew your Fire Insurance
Policies get in touch with our Represen
tative and talk it over.
A Home Association.
Managed by conservative businessmen
Can be successful and save money for its
Members. if the owners of Farm Pr pcrty
Will carefully investigate
THE FARMERS' MUTUAL PRTECTIVE
of Sumter. Clarendon and Lee Counties
Sumter Trust Co.
Sumter, South Carolina.
There is a Director in your township.
FOR THE NEW CROP OF WHEAT OUR EX
CHANGE IS AS FOLLOWS:
For one bushel of clean wheat that will grade 60 lbs. to
the bushel, we give 35 lbs. high flour and 12 lbs. of bran.
Those who want low grade flour or shorts with their
exchange, we allow 1 3 more for each pound of high grade
flour, or an exchange as follows in any proportion:
30 lbs. high grade flour, 7 1 2 lbs. low grade, and 12 1-2
lbs. bran. Where all low grade is taken we allow 52 1-2 lbs
and 1 1-2 lbs bran.
CLARENiDON ROLLER FLOUR MILLS.
A MODERN TONIC.
It is recommended to Improve the Ap
petite. give tone to the stomach, build up
that run down condition and promote
strengjth. Order a bottle today.
Dickson's Drug Store
The Bailey-Lebby Co
Machinery. Mill and Plumbing Supplies.
Automobile Supplies and Accessories.
6. & J. VEEDOL
Tires and Tubes. Oils and Grease.
K ~ you did yesterday.
a, Make to-morrow better
't .by starting a Bank'
If. for no other reason than the unforeseen demands incident
o human life, you owe yourself a Bank account.
Il's a duty, because you haven't the power tolrpredict the
future but yon~ have power to start a Bank account and fortify for
hefuture. Basides we want to help worthyyouug men to succeed.
The Bank " Wecf