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n d Jewelr
At the most reasonable prices for
fine goods, write to
JAMS 'ALLAN & CO1
WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS,
285 King Street, - - Charleston, S. C.
N[WSY IJSMS FROM NAB[[
ii r fl IIDr. F. Truluck of Olanta has made
nthngements to be at the Wee NeC
T.. ingtSt.Co ofNearMonto Wentot us
wit. al. moeatl priced. oomvei
Styls inre Seuitsromsi te e
After taking in all the CoSnty
Spirs a-r. Joe Walker can be found
anore at his desk and we all delight
iseeing himt back.
ITE iN LDEL AdIES' DRSOPESe
After having spnt thd Thanksiv
holidays at the home of tiss Mar
Sahet Brunson, Miss Penny has r
Sr anb Mrs. HenrS Ferrell of
In the very heart of Charleston. (eelyville spent the week-end with
26sKin St. NerarmWents.t t copne y ~isIlicMoeo
NEWS ITES FRM hAli
here is ew. Fesh nd Uptp-daeDnd (lE. wTluck ofi Olanta hals made
largeents we are a the Wee Neet
~Drug and r. v er dithonda oeeut
them mals o toothla ege.
hister aete n deiceosi the New
los'and isse' Exlusie ~ Nen r Cmany's. buildingabl
Atr tain iIall the County
iyie in uiis~ Fair have Jore roome can ge afound
a g ood 1( a t i me etesk n e l ih
pAfter hinr apn hew laksgiv-e
rger fauresinh feldy fro the hom of hiss ular-.
heurne ta hs ankle ineal Sumel.
MIi4 OSiss tl FerrSi ofAGeeyil
Sumeripnhe htsiing h're oi
laeoad we arown glad to:I welctbt
h ~'j ~ alue of her.an Mrs.Meridith andla hount
Dode asrothrs pemanent ests.~ c
ther ar brigteande shiisin t ew
be tha e ed.teluteo
BT Mr. Bron ailsao hav ae
in SlksandSergs. cok rea elaredNo thr stoe anod let
But haemr Bron toet around o
Shirwaiss ii GretestVarity.hs goodrd tme afihre i thecl
I~aity Nckwer.. MNr. the B.Mfightin cock qiketea
SilkHosein ll clors panful isjr a vfew days. Strutting
a a he rm he topa o his ulin o
Ladie' SikUnerarentsfwsiole figerting rosmer work the
kinao hais donek, and wepreld ofi
~i~u 'u v~'au D intist T immeheard tht roste aneisnearlys eck,
P hlpe Fihtion. Never Trviet
Da y Gwns, $.00 an, ups-no btter. lWhip beode, ohe'trecgns Mth
g~esion atlowst rics WEnevwood Ne. Bro nerial Tirco
ofthe Y.M.l.A tatr Manilea, Tases
hel ois er pr. qull prudl has he
a ~iger.*01b kne n toniceha kroer: te s tre ofI
uggggp thercar Torih eaud sitniine the
S. ~~ is id fR1 ih tsn t he hasvet ~ime
Bu . . Boni o spodo
hi ird ashewsad er s h
If the fire bell should ,ring would
you run and stop it or go and help
to put out the fire ? It is much the
same way with a cough. A cough is
a danger signal as much as a fire
bell. You should no more try to sup
press It than to stop atfire bell when
it is ringing, but should cure the dis
ease that causes the coughing. This
can nearly always be done by taking
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, Many
have used it with the most beneficial
results. It is especially valuable for
the persistent cough that so often fol
lows a bad cold or an attack of the
grip. Mrs. Thomas Beeching, An
drews, Ind., writes: "During the
winter my husband taxes cold easily
and coughs and coughs. Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy is the best medi
cine for breaking up these atacks and
you cannot get him to take any
other." Obtainable anywhere.-Adv.
was a stranger com e to usurp his
"Ruffling his feathers, he retreat
ed, grunted a bit in poultry jargon
and spurs ahead, flew at his reflec
tion. Mr. Brown was watching this
from the window. Again, thrice
again, the rooster attacked. But al
ways the strange rooster was there
to meet hin.
"As a result the Don Quixote roos
ter is kept i a coop, where he can
do no more battle with imaginary
JUDGE BEN. B. LINDSEY OF
DENVER TO SPEAK IN SUMTER
Among the men wnto in the present
generation have led in reforms and
especially social reforms probably no
one stands more prominent than
Judge Ben. B. Lindsey, for several
years now Judge of the County Court
One morning a few years ago
Judge Lindsey found facing his
court several street gamins who were
accused of robbing a pigeon cote.
Memory immediately Jumped back
ifteen years when three boys at
tempted to rob the same cote. One
of the three died on San Juan hill,
eane is now in the State penitentiary
an: the third was facing the juve
niles as their judge. The same ses
sion of the court presented to the
judge several yo'mgnt girls of school
ace accused of disorderly conduct in
the wine rooms of Denver.
This thoughtful Judge began to in
vecstigate delinquent juveniles and a
nation-wi le campaign" revealed the
fact of all the inmates in reform
schools aiid penitentiaries more than
half are under 23 years old. This
implied a colossal error in the train
ing of youth or an atrocious neglect
on the part of the State and he be
gan immediately to look for the
rhe Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head
Because of its tonic and laxative effect. I.AXA
nvi, nROM[O QUININE is better than ordinary
niinine and does not cause nervousness nor
ringiug in head. Reteuber the full name and
look for the signature of E,. W. (ROVE. 25c.
etor, I wills
Sfrom now q
4in the past.
and I will a
cause of this awful waste in lives.
What he has -accompslghed since is
generally known to even the casual
reader of current publications.
Judge Lindsey appears as the sec
ond number on the Sumter Lyceum
Course at the Opera House in Sum
ter, Wednesday, December 13.
Anderson, S. C. Dec. 5.-The An
derson Daily Intelligencer, a morning
newspaper established about four
years ago, has suspended publication.
The company was placel in the hands
of a receiver about thre months ago
and the plant has been aavertisel for
sale on three different occasions.
Federal Judge Johnson recently
signed a decree continuing the sale
until December 15. Tie management
states in the afternoon paper that it
will make a definite announcement as
to its future plans within the next
Mrs. Marshall Acquitted.
Easton, Md., Dec. 5.-Mrs. Rose
Virginia Marshall, accused with her
husband, Frank Marshall, or keeping
her imbecile step-daught er, Grace
Marshall, imprisoned in a small room
and cruelly neglecting her, was ac
quitted in court here today.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LAXATIVE nROMO Quinine. It stops the
Cough and Headache and works off the Cold.
Druggists refund money if it fails to cure.
L;. W. GRO E'IS siguature on each box. .!5c.
l'or the Christmas and N<
Cuba, the Atlantic Coast Line ,
Manning to Havana, including n
at the fare and on the date name
January 7, 1917.
Fares will apply via Jackson
and the "Over Sea Railroad," or
through Port Tampa, but not go
via the other, and tickets will be
en route, either on the going or
Proportionate fares from mi
ginia, North Carolina and South
For schedules, reservations o
intr literature on Cuba, apply to
cure it for you promptly.
The Standard Raili
ror to run th
y Cleaning (
:he same fro2
the owner a
n, as Mr. W:
I have experi
ta d their bui
ie to~ give yo
n needs a pit
iso continue 1
g you in ac
ench Dry C1
Good for Constipation. '.'
Chamberlain's Tablets are excellent
for constipation. They are pleasant
to take and mild arnd gentle in effect.
TREATENS IN BILL.
Washington, ) Dec. 5.:-Threat to
turn a scheme of Carroll Livingston
Riker for coast defense over to Ger
many if it is not considered by the
United States government by De
cember 17 is contained in a bill intro
duced in the house tod1ay by Repre
sentative Ielgensen, o: North Da
kota. Mr. llelgensen seeas to have
a committee of experts examine the
scheme which already fas been offer
el to the war and navy departments
CONSTIPATION CAUSES BAD
A dull and pimply skin is lue to
a sluggish bowel movement. Correct
this condition and clear your com
plexion with Dr. King's New Life
Pills. This mild laxative taken at
bedtime will assure you a full, free,
non-griping movement in the morn
mng. Drive out the dull, listless feel
ing resulting from overioaded intes
tines and sluggish liver. Get a bot
tle to-day. At all Druggists, 25c,
ember 21, 1916.
w Year Holiday excursion to
Vill sell excursion tickets from
eals and berths on steamships,
!d above, limited returning until
Ville; thence via the East C'oast
via the West Coast of' Florida,
ing via one route and returning
good to stop over at all stations .
return trip, or both. I
,arly every other point in Vir
Carolina. Children half fare. f
n trains and ships, and interest
the undersigned, who will pro
I). CLARK, Ticket Agent,
Manning, S. C.
'ond of the South.
mrber 4th, I
e Hoffman ~
riMr. T. N.
sin ess and b
u good ser
to run that V