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* The Farmer Today Is a Business Man
SE does not run his farm in the haphazard fashion he
Sdid ten years ago. It's his business. He figures his
costs and profits.
He knows, of course, what he gets out of the productive.
acres of his farm-and how much he ls-paying out in taxes
on the idle, unproductive stump and swamp land that brings'
That Is Why e Is Clearing More La d yYa
It's just good bagsiness. Every acre cleared and planted
seans more profit every year. The clearing cost is usually
mnore than covered by the first crop.
More land is being cleared, too, because of the manufacture
of dynamite made for this purpose, which makes the work
easier, quicker and more economical.
Take an inventory of Your Land
How much is productive? How much Idle? Then see our local dealer
and plan how much dynamite you need for this season. He will help you
and will furnish you with reliable, efficient and economical explosives,
now in greatest demand thioughout this section-'
RED CIOSS EXTRA 40% DYNAMITE
Send for l00-page book giving full details regarding us. of dynamite fop
land clearing, ditching and tree planting,
F. C. THOMAS CO.
Bloomville S C.
E. I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS as CO., Inz, Brown-Marx Bldg., Birmingham, Ala.
W rO International Conference an Limita- 3. A true Christian will pray.
WEK Of PRAYER tion of Armaments. The meetings Topic-Some assurances of prevail
will be held at 4 o'clock every after- ing prayer or Gods assurances: James
TO BE HELD HERE noon at the Methodist Church and the IV. 8; JoWn XIV, 13; Luke XI, 9.
program for the week is as follows: 4. Silent Intercessions.
. The week of prayer as set aside by SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6th. 6. Some achievements through
The eekof paye as et sideby lrs.J. . Brdhan, Lade.iPayer:
Woman's Missionary Council of the Mrs. J' I. radham, LeaderMission Call.
Methodist Church, begins November Hymnb An institution established.
6th and closes November 13th. It is Bible Lesson- 1. In every religion c A great leader von.
opportune that this week should be- worthy of the name prayer is an es- d Personal service.
gim on the day set for special prayer tablished principle. 6. Special music.
by all the Churches throughout Ameri- 2. In the life of every man prayer '1 Offering.
ca invoking God's blessing upon the is elemental. 8 Prayer.
________ M1ONI)AY NOVEMtBER 7(h.
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from chionth Lsthsoe times:heeva ut Mmoil
the mothe-to-bolioaGcotdiioe wher
Mothehoodercaes alost ncw Mother's Fricnd Is used externally hyn40
state f bein for awoman.as a massage; and its purpose, thru Ofeig
daily use, is to gradually, gently and iieinlIisss.
*Asa rsul, nw ervs, hos hcc- effectively relax the muscles and WINS)y O ~HR9h
tofoe rstfl ad qiesent sping nerres involved in the function of f'i ~~Rgy edr
intoctiitythccryot, hcvtinlechild-bearing; to make the skin soft., oxg
they brn in heir urest.pliable and clastic so that it may Pry.
expand easily and naturally as the BilLeo-Lla igy
The etwok ofaercs arossthe abdominal parts enlarge--thereby re- SntnePyrs
abdome, the lue, he bac and ieving the tension and strain on these Msc
othe pats ow ecom suer-ens- musces and nerves of the'otherwise ''eBulig ePay orMld
tive.Alltcscnrvesrcl~ingcllcd severe distension before delivery,.elSih
on toperfrm uusualdutis. . Mrs. C. J. Hartman. 5iS Palm St.,s ilaeWll..~ra~5Dx
Thes neres mst h pacfied Scranton, Pa., says:on
and comorted;must b put i "lain walin and0 ara jailnto tol cay yfe~ig
pending. nsmo so mucha good that I wouldn't he Dimssl
with~out it if it cost $5.00 a hot tilo. With
may first two clajldrorn I haad a doctor and Sidy oeie 3hteJno
Ifthescrvcsare no soothd and a nur so and tlhon thoylharlto uso instru- MsiniySceywl aecag
quietd, tey my se up ggraated morts, buit with rny last two childrean f h
I only land a naurse; we had no tmnso toprga an illrenti
nere tnsin, nceasng n sverty got a doctor hocause I wvasn't veryle.Eerbdeseill oh
from onthto mzithsomeimes sick-only about tera or fifteon ml,. esaeuge obepeet-tti
slsotheackaid imbs Ths leves Many doctors and' nursea recommend
the aothr~tobe I a cnditon were Mother's Friend. It contains nao narcotics. 'AIET BEOS
she s uabl, fulyto eet he estor hab~it-forming drugs and is Jjrfectlyv
when the climax of maternity arrives. ss.Aldu tracryohr'10LL()Vu ls
WYARNING: //void utsing plain oils, greases and substitutes- . 'si~e'ln niilGteigWl
they act only on the skin an,$ mtay cause harm without doing good.le ldiCou ia Eabrt
Dept. 30, Atlanta, Ga.
P ese sen me withut cost a coyo you goenrofte4saesvenhy
Used by Expectant Mothers ITown----------------- tate- -- ------l lla
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~or ~hro. .---- ---- ---- ---Gvern8; ooperI, who Luk e host
c Agrat'eaer on
letters daily from governors in which
the chief magistrates express delight
at the opportunity to visit the Val
The plans now indicate that the
governors and a number of other
distinguished visitors will meet in
Columbia on December 5, the first
day of the conference where they
will be entertained Ly Governor
Cooper an dthe State. A special train
will be arranged to carry the gov
ernors and visitors to Charleston,
where the main sessions are to be
hold December 6 and 7.
If the first session is held here,
which seems probable, Governor
Cooper and Mrs. Cooper will see that
they are royally -entertained. Charles
ton is also already getting ready for
the distinguished guests and the indi
cations now point -to the best confer
nce in several years.
Miles C. Riley of Madison, Wis.,
secretary of the conference, is co
operating with Goveronr Cooper in
every way to make the meeting here
the best yet. Mr. Riley and the gov
ernor have already received answers
from a large number of governors in
which they say they will be in at
tendance. Many of the chief exec
utives will bring their fatnilies and
One of the big questions to be dis
cussed at the conference will be un
employment, a number of spefkers
being expected to touch upon this
topic. Secretary of Labor Davis and
Herbert Hoover are expected to be
present for these discussions.
Following the conference in South
Carolina it is probable that a large
number of the governors will go to
Washington for the unemployment
conference there on December 9.
Thirteen of the governors have signi
fied their intention of attending this
In case a session is held in Colum
bia it will be in the hall of the house
TWO YEARS OR FINE
Spartanburg, Oct. 31.-Tom Hatch
Atte, chain gang captain, who was con
victed of assault and battery of a high
and aggravated nature in Sessions
Court late Saturday evening, was
sentenced this morning to serve two
years or pay a fine of $1,000.
Hatchette was tried for murder in
"HE WHO LOOKS BEFORE
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save time i
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YOUR LOCAL DEFALETR wiI L S
EVER HAVE IT
If You Have, the Statement of This
Manning Citizen Will Interest You
Ever nave a "low-aown" pain in the
In the "small," right over the hips?
That's the honle of backache. I
If it's caused by weak kidneys,
Use Doan's Kidney Pills.
Manning people testify to their
worth. Ask your neighbor.
James E. Reardon, machinest, Man
ning, says. "Sonic years ago I used
Doan's Kidney Pills and found then a
valuable remedy. At that time my
kidneys were giving me considerable
trouble. Ihad backaches and pains
Across my loins. I used Doan's and
they gave me prompt and lasting re
AFTER A LAPSE OF SEVEN
YEARS, Mr. Reardon said: "You can
still use the statement which I gave
some time ago praising Doan's Kid
icy Pills. Doan's certainly are a good
remedy for kidney Lrouble."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
iimply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mr. Reardon had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
connection with the death of Thomias
M. Keelan, a young white man from
New Jersey, who was sentenced to
the chain gang for thirty (lays for
hoboing. Ie was whipped one morn
ing and that afternoon he died. There
was testimony of cruel and inhumane
;reatment while the young man coni
piained of being ill. The day was a
hot one, as hot as was experienced
rioring the summer. An autopsy was
held and the physicians decided that
dleath was caused by a heat stroke.
At the time there was considerable
feeling on the part of the citizens
of the Glenn Springs section of the
county, where the gang -was camped.
Judge J. S. Wilson charged the jury
that, while the Constitution of South
Carolina forbids corporal punishment
by chain gang guards, it is common
in the State and that nevertheless it
is illegal to whip a prisoner. Attor
neys for the defendant will fight the
case in the Suprepie Court they an
nounced this morning. The claim is
made that the court cannot inflict
corporal punishment, but that a chain
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~ook for it.
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your local lumber dealer-no matter for
G rahamu Bldg. Jacksonville, I
JPPLY YOU. IP liR IIASNeT rENOUGrH CYPnI
rang guard can. Judge Wilson say0
ic cannot see that an individuat
vould have rights to inflict punish-'
nent which is denied the court.
The case has been the matter of"
-ommunications between officials of
qew Jersey and Governor Robert A.
G. C. COOPER,
Glasses Fitted, Broken
SUMTER, S. C.
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