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Children Cry for Fletcher's
The Kind You Ea-v Always Donght, aa. :ch has beca
in use for over 30 years, has borne tic sinatare of
- and has been made under Lis per
. somal supervision since its infancy.
X A::ow rno one to deceive youin th'.
Al Countcrfeits, Imitatio:s and "Just-as-good " -re but
Experiments that trniie with and end::n-ce the health of
Infants and Chidren-Experience a-;ain.t Experiment.
What is CASTORIA.
Castoria is a harraless snbstiu.'te 1or Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrdps. I' is pleasant. It
contains neither opiu, mIorpbio Der other arcotio
substance. Its nge is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feveris;hness. Dor more t:mzin thirty years it
has been in constant use fr the relief of Constipation,
Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and
Diarrhoa. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels,
assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
rECCNAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK C-TY.
Wanted at Alcolu I
Laborers to work in. Planing mill. lum
ber sheds and lumber lards. Good wages
to good men, pay off weekly. steady work,
good school and church, healthy place.
D. W. ALDERMAN & SONS CO. -
Alcolu Railroad Co.
VTIME TABLE. NO. 13.
,January 1, 1914. ._
.Read Down. .Read Up.
- No. 1. No. 3. No. 2.
P. M. P. M. A. M.
SLv. 1:00 Lv. 7:50 0 - Alcolu 2.5 Ar. 7:50
" 1:05 " 7:55 2 McLeod 23 Lv. 7:45
" 1:10 8:05 5 Harby 20 " 7:40
" 1:20 -"-8:10 7 DuRant 18, " 7:25
" h:35 '" 8:25 12 Sardinia 13 " 7:05
" ' 1:45 4 8:30 ,14 New Zion 11 " 6:55
" 1:55 - " -.8:35 15 Beard 10 ' 8:50
" 2:30 " 8:50 17 Seloc 8 " -6:35
" 2:45 " 9:05 20 Paroda Jt 5 " 6:20
;" 2:50 " 9:10 21 H udson 4 " 6:15
3:00 Ar. ~9:30 25 Olanta 0 " 6:00 :
No 1-daily except Saturday and Sunday.
SNo. 2.--daily except Sunday.
No. 3.--Saturday only.
HHHHHH**All stations except Alcolu and Olanta are flag stations for
.- all trains. These trains run only as above stated. All mixed trains.
- P. R. ALDERMAN, T. M..
SAicoin, S. C.
A COLD CUED FOR
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
gladly refund your money.
DICKSON'S DRUG STORE,
The Cole Corn and Cotton Planter.
The Cole Corn and Grain Dropper.
The Cole Fertilizer Distributor.
The Rex Fertilizer Distributor.
The Victor Fertilizer Distributor.
The Acme Fertilizer Distributor.
The K. P. Fertilizer Distributor.
The Gant Fertilizer Side-Dresser.
The Cole Fertilizer Side-Dresser.
The Iron Age Harrow.
The Handy-Andy Horrow.
The John Deere Drag-Harrow.
The Planet Jr. Cultivator.
1he Planet Jr. Cultivator with Sweeps,
The Syracuse One and Two-Horse Plows.
The Chattanooga One and Two-Horse Plows.
The Celebrated St:ag Brand Paint and Stains.
Th~le Beautiful and Sanitary Wall Coating
Thei. American Field and Poultry Wire Fence.
The Red Seal Dry Battery (GUARANTEED)
The Edison Mazda Elec. Lamp
(It's only rival the sun.
>me and let us SHOW YOU.
ALGERIANS ARE LIARS.
fhey May Teil the Truth at Times, but
You Are Never Sure.
The chief fault of the native Alge
rins seems to be a certain predection
Bor lying. It appears to be an insthic
tive desie to deceive, not so much for
the sake of profit as for the sabe of de
:eption. Albert Edwards, in "The Bar
bary Coast." tells us that he asked his
French host why one of his workmen
wore green braid on his torbans, since
n Persia only those who have made
the pilgrimage to Mecca are thus at
"Mehammed!" my bost called. The
tall, dignified native left his plow and
mame over to us.
"Have you been to Mecca?" M. Gar
let asked in Arable.
"No, Sidi," the Arab said and went
back to his work.
"He says 'No,' " M. Gudet translated
to me. "But like as not he has been
there six tiines. If :they wopld always
lie you could understand them. But
sometimes they tell the truth. Perhaps
be hasn't been there. If I should ask
dix of my workmen about it three
would say that Mohammed bad been
to Mecca, three would say he hadn't."
So I stopped asking my host ques
tions about the Arabs. But in all the
time I have been In Algeria I have
never found a Frenchman who felt dif
ferently about It. Guy do Maupassant
whose eyes *pierced so deeply through
the les of French life. could not fathom
the Arabs. "Theyare incomprehensl
ble." he writes. "They e."
THE WORLD'S WATER POWER.
Forces That May Be Utilized When
Our Coal Is A Gone.
The following figures may prove of
Interest to those fearing the exhaus
tion of the worl's coil supply. says
the American Machinist. In a sum
mary of the water.!power of the world
the possible horsepower of France is
estimated at 4,500i00A of which only
00,000 is ut1ed. About an equal
amount of power is available Ia Italy,
but only 0,000 beonepower is udihe.
Fafls of 10,000 hoepwer are-aba
dant In the Alps.
The estimate in Swit= and is in
complete. but about 300000 horsepower
Is In use. Germany has 700,009 horse
power avafable, with 100000 applIed.
Norwy bas 900,00 horsepower Tvail
able. with a large part already deue
oped- In Swedenbaerels 6800bore
The-esources ot Russia are eptimat
ed at. 11.000.000 horsepower, of which
only 8I000 has .been developed. The
UnitedStates Is credited with 1500,000
horsepower. whlWa Japan has 1,00000
of which-70,000 has been exploated. In
India 50,000 borepower has already
been developed, mostly at a consider
able distance from any Industrial cen
ter. In Great Britain thern Is 0,000
horsepower already utlised, and an
equal amount in Spain.
Promoting the Janitor.
They were joInteowners of an apart
ment house and- one day the junior
partner soughr his coleague in some
"The janitor wants $10 more a
month or he'll leave. I hate to give
up the money, but we can't sparehim."
The senior partner disappeared and
returned in a few. moments.
"It's nfl right," sid-he, "I've satls
fed him, and It didn't coat us any
"The janitor Is now the superintend
"Good work!" declared the junior
partner. "But why didn't yeu make'
him superintendent 1n the first place?
"Becuse, anwered the senior mem
ber, "I knew he'd want a promotion
iventually. Every man wants a pro
ioton some 'time and, to my mind, a
ood man deserves..ne.-Judge.
B UCKNER & RUTLEDGE,
PINEWOOD, S. C.
Ivigorating toothe Pale and Sickly
(~1est your i
have built thei>
~(style and fit, as
~ shoes bearing
her and get them!
y very best styles and
?~ Children's. We cat
~want to see YOU
them on~ our say-'sol
Reliable evidence Is abundant that women
are constantly being restored to health by
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
The many testimonial letters that we are continually pub
lishing in the newspapers-hundreds of them-are all genu
ine, true and unsolicited expressions of heartfelt gratitude
for the freedom from suffering that has come to these
women through the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Money could not buy nor any kind of influence obtain
such recommendations; you may depend upon it that any
testimonial we publish is honest and true-if you have any
doubt of this write to the women whose true names and
addresses are always given, and learn for yourself.
Read this one from Mrs. Waters:
CnMPz, N..-"Iwas sick for two with nervous spells,and
ki were affected. I had a 'all the time and used a
vaniate ry, but nothing did me any good. I was not able to go
to bed, but spent m e onacuho iaspn-hiadso
became almosts selento. FbUy my doctor went away for his
he~h nAmy husband heard of 3Lydia I. Pinkliams Vegetable
nd f . some. In two months Igot relief and now I
am a new-woman and am at my usual weight I recommend
rmedicine one and so does my.husbindY-Mts. TILU
WA= U i St., amden,NJ.
And this one from Mrs. Haddock:
SU,=4 O=A.-" I was weak and nervous, not able to do my work
and scarcely able to be on my feet. I had backache, headache, palpi
tation of the hbat , trouble with my bowels, and inflammnation. Since
takng the Lydia X tkham's Vegetable Compound I am better
an have ben for twenty yea 1 think it isa wonderful med
cine and I have remflended it to others."-Mrs. MAny A-NN HAD
nocK, Utica, Okahoma,
Now answer this. question if you can. Why should a
woman continue to* suffer without first giving Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compquhd a trial? You know that
it has saved many others--why should it fail in your case?
erw so Yews Lydia & Pinkames VegEta.le
WC . -CR a has beinitbe standard reinedyo fe
mis No. amon sfck with woms not *w ,
dou Sustobetrh~iLf she dosntryi fo
ha" es ggods uffWeringwomentohealth.
- EP1M .A XEDIcIBECO.
ea S&, for advic
by aw(Om n r~ and answere a
a 'n a ' in stict cozttndence. ?
Escapes Act Awful Fate.
oA thousand tonues could not e x pres
f & the gratitude of Mrs. . E. Cox, y p Jol
of a@hfl U~d17 U~d ~et, Ill., for her wonderful deliveranc4
maip*e, bt 'f Pl5Ist. 001*0 from an awful fate. Typhoid pumo
"t a vhydS3. 7ak . nia had left me with a dreadful cougha k g
she writes. "Sometimes I had queh aw
Gigante operato.U fl coughing spells I thought I woul
Earth ecaated from Painam canal die I could get no help from Doctor'
was suaclent otreatment 0 other medicines till
ar"d the bl 01* Ch. "W used Dr. King's New DiscoveirY. Bu,
unids the SIMe of tat of cheop Ioes.lf t hs odrulrmd
- for I scarcely cough at all now." Quiel
Cid Css?i h? Sicki and safe, Its the most reliab
A cr peevish,lstess child ithroat and lung medicines. Every bot
cated tongue, pale;' doesn't sleep: *teats ateC 0 n $.0 n
omeslmeveylitle then agai n teeental rggss.A
a stomah with diarea; grinds teeth
hile asleep, and ~tarts up ilth terrorTrtoFgeThs
-all suggest a W~~nKill ~methinlg Liteene-Ppsthr n
that expes worm andi almost everydfeueInteodfoladol
child has them. Kickapoo wormllhI aa"ba s orIsac
Killer Is needed. Get a -box tc-day. pol h or r olawi
Start at once. Youn wn't have to coax
s Kickapoo Worm ller is a candy pol h p' or r ol
onfection. Expl the orms, theNo prpsyucaDgeito
ase of your eblId'. troul 6. 25c. at o yuref
Merely a.supply City. C5D~~' ~iet
The rasing of cbgehens and the prd- jTi rprto sitne se
4actio of eggs are things apart to the lal o-huaim aebc
ainers in the Bons coanulr d~irct.pan n ieaimns ti a
While Basel is on. of th principualrt it epewo r ela
lpply cities of Euragthetsfplenidoualtrye
m' ess, oly a amn pae.85ils rCaleTnerWbamd
in~ produced in the 4 yslit I ae2ondCa0ean
rs seisraad.'sran ae vrued twr
EKep sowel Movgmest Rkgsar. oeesIthsbnuedyohr
Dr. King's New Life Filidiskeep stom ard ftet er. 5ad5
ash, liver and kidneys In bh y conet~e.Frsl yaldaes-d
itlon. Rid the body of jieons and
waste. Improve yor ooilxon by
nbngthe liver audkidne. "I gotruh ul
orrelef from one-box afl Dr. King's Ct ed
New Life Pill, than any medicine I MoafeIscnumdithct
ever tried," says C. E. Eatfield, of a ~~irhadisImdaev
icago, Ill., 25c. at4 your Druggist.- ~nt g nayohrct nt
Adv.ouad tnuscud o xrs
frmanafl ae.'Tphi pem
n hc ihrmksia god stm haeaflcuh
die.emaI eeuldmnuget nois hel rm otr
Septaiotr~ oetme of qultyeeiinstl
idusedeyr.tKing'shinw Discovery. Bu
youoowee teyhldifepa to thswneflrmd
fo Isaceycog t l nw"_uc
We havebsellctedeeiah eallpdronalsca.edth
rtoth oo-ned f he dioeee ailnwodfoladoo
i.J N I SN ,aa"Ta s orisac
This peparaton is ntendeIesoe
De~itc ci "Forem.an."
One rceent i:tcrpretatono given for
the tc--m forealan is a :an wiho is
cp tpp nir. at any point,
and doin; this e. that nian's work bet
ter than he c.an do it himself. The
young man '::h aspires- to do all this
in qualifyin, icr f::'ranship has his
work cut out for him.
Pure sacci*ar ;s J times as sweet
as sugar. A wfct taste may be Um
parted to i0.000 parts of water.
The D.cas of The Swamp
are mo;cu1:it;. As they sting tbey put
deadly malaria eerms in the blood.
Then folier: the icy chills and the fires
of fever. The appetite flies and the
strengtih fail: also malaria often paves
the way for deadly typhoid. But Elec
tric Bitters kiil and cast out the malar
ia germs from the blood; give you a
fine arpetite ard renew your strength.
After long suffering, "wrote Win.
Fretwell, of Lucama. N. C.. "three
- bottles drove all the malaria from my
system. and I've had good health ever
since." Best for all stomach, liver and
kidnej ills. 50c at all drurgists-Adv.
Lov-- ci FM rh: r.
Love of the brcthcr w: see wi
help uj to the iovc of the Father we
do not see.-Wiilhlam Watson.
London has over ninety thousand
Secret of Secret-Keeping.
If a woman could only keep secret
the fact that she has a secret to keep,
her secret would be safe.--Bostonl
For a Torpid Liyer.
"1 have used Chamberlains Tablets
-o and on for the past six years when
,ever my liver shows igns of being m a
- Iways acted quickly and given me the
.desired relief." writes Mrs. F. H Trn
, bus. Sprincville, N. Y. For sale by all
in any style, and served
riht inor:. No waiting. We
keen notin~g but the best
Iof ev erything. If it's some
Ithing god to eat, someth
inga t'at v:ill tickle the
palte. come in and let us
Con r n tietet guar
antul-t to .
JACK ME~hTROPOL, Propr.
$i Complete Shaving Outfit $t
1o Articles 10
~o at.e~ertise oa:r U:iversal Shaving
Outfit and Uni vcrsal iProducts we will
for a limitea tllm. o: ly. send this well
worth $3.00 shathLg Outfit for $1.00.
X e sell our pnr the s to the consumer
diret. a cd. thereor .:*ou save all
agents' pr'tt tom s I as you know are
1 Hollow G;n c Rua ~tor
1 5-ineb Lathecr lius
1 Ra~zor Strtat. Canvas Isack
1 N ickei Ea-t laek .lirror
1 33- inch lIarhr Towel
1 Bat Shatin c oa
1 BxiTalcum Po de
1 Decorated t hina.ilug
Agents' Ited:.l w'.
Each ouI 'i t *...a a:e i)box 81.00.
Coi or motn. - ier, 'atage 10c ex
JNV ERSA L PRUD~iUCTS CO.
F. D. Hunter.
Vice-President, and Sec.
I Products a
TAE OF SOUTH GAROLINA
Co11nty of ClarcndQu.
By James M. Windhamu, Eeq., Judge
WH EREAS, Robert A. White made
Isuit o me to grant him made
f Administration of the estate and
ffeets of -John Gil1.
These are therefore to cite and ad
onish all and singular the kin
red and creditors of the said
John Gill, deceased, that they
be and appear before me, in the
ourt of Probate, to be held at Man
ning, S. C.. on the 18th day of April
next, after publication hereof, at
11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
ause, If any they have, why the
said administration should not be
Given under my hand this830th day
of March, Anno Domini, 1914.
J. M. WINDH AM,
Judge of Probate.
SCIOLAR eM anUETRAJCE
The examination for the award of
vacant scholarships in Winthrop Col
lege and for the admission of new
students will be held at the County
Court House on Friday, July 3 at, 9 a. m.
Applicants must not be less than six
teen years of age. When Scholarships
are vacant after July 3, they will be
awarded to those making the highest
average at this examination, provided
they meet the .cobditions governins
the award. Applicants for Scholarshipi
should write to President Johnson be.
fore the examination for Scholarshi;
Scholarships are worth $100 and free
tuition. The next session will opei
September 16, 1914. For father infor.
ination and catalogue, address Pres. D.3.
Johnson, Rock Hill, S. C.
MONEY TO LOAN
At 7 per cent
On improved farms in amounts oi
-3,000 and up for term of five years
No commissions charged. Only actual
expenses for preparatiop of legal
CAROLINA BOND AND MORT.
GAGE CO., UNION BANK BUILD.
ING, COLUMB1A, S.C.
Hold on to
and in times of adversity it will
hold on to you. Every business
man should have an account at a
good bank where it will be safE
when he needs it. Besides the
advantage of being able to draw
against it by check is worth
something. This bank solicite
the accounts of merchants and
Home Bank and Trust Q
Porer' AnisetiHeaingo . treie
Pains and SHes, atther sameies.' 2Ca..
Porer'sAtii eaig0. r~e
PB i Jandmes t Windsam, Eise. 2e , A
Ths r hrfor e to cite and ad-,
Indlgustoa Can't Eat Plo Ap?:-.i
A treatment of Electric Bitters in.
:reases your apper it-: stops inditustion
rou can eat everything A real sprinig
onic for liver, kdney und stomach
roubles . Cleanses y..nr whole
ystem and you te,-! tine. Eiectric Bit
:ers did more for M r. T. D. Peeble's
stomach troubles than any medicine he
3ver tried. Get a bottle to-day. .50e.
Led $1.00 at your druggist.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve for Eczermz.
A Product Not of Brain or Heart, but
of the Nervous System.
To'Galen is ascribed the belief that
the brain was the seat of the rational
oul, the heart the location of courage
and fear, and the liver that of love.
This distribution of the element of per
sonality over the physical body finds
its expression in the common speech of
today, particularly in relation to the
heart. which Is widely accepted by the
popular mind as the source of the more.
It was'chiedy through the anatomists
and piyslologists of the early renais
sance that the modern movement.
which has tended to limit personality
to the nervous system. was seriously
begun, a movement which. with the in
crease'of knowledge, has gained sup
port to such an extent that it can now
be maintained beyond any reasonable
Human personality is in no true sense
the outcome of the non-nervous organs.
such as the digestive or the circulatory
organs.,but is the direct product of the
nervous system. This system, to be
sure. is embedded among the other or
gans of the body. and the environment
thus provided Inf'uences profoundly its
'conditon and action, but acuteness or
dullness of sense, quickness or slowness
of action. temperamental traits, such
as a gibomy or bright disposition, in
capacity, shiftlessness. honesty, thrifti
ness or sweetness, are all, strIctly
speaking, functions of the nervous or
Although only the higher animals
can be -said to possess personality in
this sense, traces of it oecur in the
low forms. and its evolution Is In
Adiolubly connected with that of the
ervous system.-Protessor G. H. Par
ker in Popular Science Monthly.
Throw Out The Line
Gve Them Relp And Many People Will be
"Throw Out. the Life Line"
Weak kidneys need help.
They're often overworked-they
don't get the poison filtered out of the
Will von help tbem?
Dosn'sKldney Pills have brought
benefit to thousands of kidney siffer
ers. Manning testimony proves their
Mrs. L. Newman, Manning, S. C..
says: "I consider Doan's Kidney Pills
fine-backacbe and kidney remecy and
I can say that they have been used im
my hotfe with good results. One o!
my family had a lame and aching back,
Kogether with kidney weakness. Doan's
idney gIlls brought relief. I -have
never had need of Doan's Kidney Pills
miyself. but I have often advised their
use, as I know what they will do."
Price 50e, at all dealers. Don't simu
ply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's Kidney Pills- the same that
Mrs. Newman bad. Foster-Milburn
Co., Prop , Buffalo, N. Y.
Smoky Cities Also Foggy.
The relation between smoke and fog
I ably set forth In a bulletin Issued by
the Mellon InstItute of industrial Re
search. University of Pittsburgh. and
written by Dr. Herbert H. Kimball.
ptofessor of meteorology. United States
weather bureau. He sums up the -mat
tr by saying:
"City fogs are more persistent than
country fogs, principally because of.
their increased density due to the
hmoke that accumulates in them.
"In consequenue of the above there
arefewer hours ofsunshinein the
cities than In the surrounding country.
"The sunshine Is less Intense In the
city than in the country, the light of
short wave lengths, or the blue light,
suffering the greater depletion."
" About a year ago my three boys
had whoopiug cough and'I found (hamn
berlain's Cough Remedy the only one
that would relieve their coughing and
whooping spells. I continued this treat
ment and was surprised to find that it
cured the disease in avery short time'
wrises Jdrs Archie Dalrymple, Crooks
lle, Ohio. For sale by all dealers.
When men speak Ill of thee, so live
that nobody will believe them.-Plato.
Mrs A. L. Luckie, East Rochester
N. Y.. was a victim of sick headache
and despondency, caused by a' badly
weakened and debilitated condition of
her stomach, when she began taking
Cha~nberlain's Tablets. She says, "1
foui them pleasant to take, also mild
and effective. In, a few weeks' time I
was restored to my former gooa health"
For sle by all dealers. -Adv.
"Say" exclaimed the excited yc
man with the discolored optics
want ou tostrke me ofafew t
"All right, sir," responded the r:
or. "What shall I put on them?"
"Just print 'None of your business'
in big type. Then when the next per
son asks me how I got this black eye I
can just hand him a card and save
Ethan Allen's Foundry.
Ethan Allen prior to the American
Revouton operated an iron furnace
and .foundry In Litchfield county.
Conn. His Iron foundry subsequently
furnished much of the shot and shell
that was used In the Revolution.-3iag
azine of American History.
WIllie-Paw, what is tact? Paw
Tact 1s the art of making other people
think they know more than you de, my
He that will not be counseled cannot
be helped.-German Proverb.
lelps A Judge in a Bad Fix
Justice Eli Cherry, of Gillis Mills,
enn. was plainly worried. A bad
sore on his leg had baffled sever'ai doe
ors and long resisted all remedies.
thought it was a cancer," he w ro
At last I used Bucklen's Arnie: