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fi ? - 'oaa of an Old Time Writer.
High :mong unconventional writers
stands Wi!i;mu .'rynne. a London jour
nalist in the days when there were no
journals, days when a bulky pamphlet
took the pkice u a letter to one's fa
vorite newspaper. Prynne published
"Thedford's Black-Draught about 20') of such pamphlets and is
e-said to have averaged a sheet of print
s the best all-round medicine a day. throughout his life. And he
lever used,". writes J. A. worked in a quilt cap coming over his
T eyes to shield them from the light, and
Steelman, of Pattonville, Texas- stuck at his table all day, being served
"I suffered terribly with liver with a roll and a pot of beer every
$ b clgthree hours. And he reaped the re
t-bles,and could get no relief. ward of his literary efforts in the
The doctors said I had con- branding and pillory and ear cropping
that every political writer risked in
sumption. I could not work at that age. .
all. Finally I tried
Honesty In Golf.
The sooner a boy, or a man for that
4 Umatter, learns to live iup to the motto
IHonesty is the best policy" in golf.
as in other things. the better for him.
There is. no game which gives a com
4 petitor a better opportunity to cheat.
But for that very reason there is no
game in which the cheat, when dis
covered, as it usually is sooner or later,
. . .Is looked upon with greater contempt.
-Francis Oulmet in St. Nicholas.
Sandto my surprise,!igot bette,
and am to-day as well as any Complicated.
man " Thedfo r d's Bl a c k- "You must stop worrying and take a
+ "holiday," said the- suave practitioner.
Draugbt is a general, catharic> . "My dear doctor." replied the irrita
vegetable liver medicine, that ble patient. "if I could get my affairs
bleen regulaing irr-egulai- into a shape that would permit me to
" ben rgulaingirretilri- take a holiday I'd be so relieved that I
tiestf the liver, stomach ana wouldn't need one."-London Opinion.
bowels, for over 70 years. Get
a package today. Insist'on the Not Due Yet.
u e-Thedfods E-70 "Does four wife ever nag you?" ask
ed the first walking gentleman.
"to answered the second. "We've
9" ~, I only been married a year. She calls
- It coaing so far." - Cleveland Plain
The Best fot Weather Tonic Dealer.
l oo& bilds up thewholeeystem andm winlwn- Imaginary evils soon become, rest
daei'n genandfortifgyonwin-taa ones.by indulging refeetions on them.
the depessiag efeetof the otsuuner., Se.
i.an--ted at Acolu!
;Laborers to work in Planing mill, lum
ber sheds'and lumber yards. Good wages
to od men, pay off weekly, steady work,
good schoe and church, healthy place.
D.W. ALDERMAN & SONS CO.
- t Alcolu. S. C.:
AIC f Ralroad CO. 0
TIME TABLE, NO. 1..
Eead DOWn - Read Up. d
~~ i150 L. '-:50 0 'Alcolu 25 Ar- 7:50
-1:05iS ' 7:55 2 McLeod 23 Lv. ~7:45
l: 0 8:05 .5 -Harby -20 " 7:40
~" 120 810. 7 DuRant 18 " 7:25
:38:5 12 Sardinia 13 & 7:0J5
- * 8:30 14 New Zioni11 " 6:55 ~
I55 8:. 35 15 Bearde 10 6:50
.2:30- 8:50 17 Seloce 8 " 6:3o
_ _ __ 2:#. -9:05 20 Paroda Jt 5 " 6:20 ~e
-~Pt 2:50: 9:10 21 Hudson..4 ": 6;15.
~' 3:00 Ar. .9:.3G 25 Olanta' 0 " 6.00 -%
o y-di except.Satardav and Sunday.
N 2.'dfy-except Sunday.
~e-- ~ . &-aturday only.
ationsexcept~ Aleola an&(ltnta are flag sta~tions for
~-~Itrains.'T ese trains rn only as~abovet stated. All mnix~d trains.
> ~ P. R, ALDERMAN,. T. Mi.
I f you want to get rid of that COLD or LAGRIPPE~
purhas twlveof our Capsules, compounded by
sIt taken as directed adthy fail to cre, we will
dyrefund your mon'ey
DICKSONWS DRUG STOREU
The Cole Corn and Cotton Planter.
The Cole Corn and Grain Drapper.
TheCole Fertilizer Distributor.
-4> The Rex Fertilizer Distributor.
- The Victor Fertiliter Distributor.
* The Acme Fertilizer.Distributor.
TeGant Fertilizer Side-Dresser.
The Cole Fertilizer Side-Dresser.
-- The hron Age Harrow.
The Handy-Aiidy Horrow.
The John Deere Drag-Harrow.
- The Planet Jr. Cultivator.
The Planet Jr. Cultivator with Sweeps,
The Syracuse One and Two.Horse Plows.
The Chattanooga One and Two-Horse Plows.I
- The Celebrated Stag Brand Paint and Stains.
The Beautiful and Sanitary Wall Coating
The American Field and Poultry Wire Fence.
The Red Seal Dry Battery (GUARANTEED)
The Edison Mazda Elec. Lamno
(It's only rival the sun.
Come and let us SHOW YOU.
CASE of Mrs1HAM
Declares Lydia E. Pinkbam's
Shamrock, Mo.-,"I feel it my duty
to tell the public the condition of my
health before using
your medicine. Ihad
tion and congestion,
- A ~fenalewakness,
-.. pains in both sides,
backaches and bear
R':'"ing down pains, was
- short of memory,
* nights, and had
* - neitherstrength nor
energy. There was always a fear and
dread in my mind, I had cold, nervous,
weak spells, Lot flashes over my body.
I had a place in my right side that was
so sore that I could hardly bear the
weight of my clothes. Itriedmedicines
and doctors, but they did me littleifood,
and I never expected to get outagain.
I got Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound and Blood Purifier, andI cer
tainly would have been in grave or inan
asylum if your medicines had not saved
me. But now I can work all day, sleep
well at night, eat anythingI wapt, have
no hot flashes or weak, nervousspes.
All pains, aches, fears. and dreads are
gone, my house, childreh and husband
--e no longer neglected, as I am almost
entirely free of the bad symptoms I bad
before taking- your remedies,andaliis
pleasure and happiness in my home."
Mrs.JOSIE I3Hri R D- 1 BoI i
If youwantspecial advicewrite
Lydia E.Pinkham Wadee1nC Ca:
- Had Experience.
M1nager-';V'io critics sayG at n
Fa~y tionged Wile'i ine0t
edhibit enough emotion when yeu
husband leaves you, never to return."
Popular Actress-"Oh, I don't, don't I?
Well,. I've, had two or three husbas:
leave me, never to return, and l guess
I know as much about how to act In
those circumstances as anybody.
This reparation isintened Des
ially or rheumatiam, lame back,
sprains and like ailtnents. It is a fav
orite with :Deople who.. are well: ac
qudinted' with' its spleodid qualities.
Mrs. Charles Tanner, Wabash, Ind.,
says of it. "I have found Chamberlain's
Liniment the best thing for-lame back
and sprains r have ever used.. It works
like a charm and relieves pain and
soreness. It las been used by others
of my family as well as-myself" for up
wards of twenty years." 25 and 5Oe;
jbottles. For sale by all dealers.-Adv.'
No matter -how prosperous some
people~ may be, in their minds they are
headed: towards the poorhouse.-Man
Keep Bowel Movement Regular.
ne ijet one-bor ofDr -Kig'
bew Life -Pills tban any medicine:
Chicago, Ill., 25c.- at your Druggist.
Dice~are said by some to have had
their origin in occult sources, but
more reasonably they are ascribed to
Psamiedes of:- Greece, B.: C. 1244.
Those'-exhumie a-hbe-ae -ieti
cal with those used fl iys~n& te
games played5 wI$ thei w&4 the
simplest and* most ~widely known
games of -chan;.Inthjecwamb :#
apply at oncedec wonderful old -reliable DR.
ORrER'S A1TISEPr1C Bw AIT.NG O11ftSmo
sical dressin btitt erieves painl and-beaIs at
the same time. Not a liniment. 25c.50c. $-m0
t~o 1est your r
have built thei
'stle~and fit, a
heeand get them!
veybest styles and
SChildren's. We ca
~want to see YOU
them on our say'so
Your Spring Needs
We Have The Goods For-You
Porch Rockers, Swings. and Lawn Goods. We -
have the Celebrated White Mountain Refrigerators a
and Freezers; Coolers. Side Walk Sul keys, Go-Carts, 3
Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets, Oil Stoves, Screen Door and j
Windows, Ranges and Stoves. In fact, we have the a
most complete stock of
ever opened in Sumter. Drop in to see us when you
come -to Sumter. Cash or Credit. "The -Store Accorm- -
BLSHL R &SRE
In Front of the Postoffce, Sumter, S. C.
lween Flrence.S. C. and Roanoke Va.. via the
Atlantic Coast Line:
Florence and Wadesboro Winston Salem ,Sout1 bound R aii
isyWadesboro and .Winston-Salem. Norfolk and Western Rair
way, Winston-Salem and Roanoke.
9.50 A. M. Lv. Firence, S. C. Ar. 7.30 P. M.
10.20- A.: M.. Lv " Darlingtun, S. C. Ar. 7.01 P. M.
10.05 A. M. Lv. Hartsville, S. C. Ar. 7.15 P. M
11.00 A. M. Lv. Societyrill, S., C. Ar. 7.15 P. M.
11.30 A. M. Lv. Cheraw S. C. Ar. 5.53 P. M.
1.35E . Ar. Wadesboro, N. C. Lv. 5.00.P. M.
^ .00; jM. Ar. Winston-Salem, N. C. Lv. 1.25 P. M.
8.45, P. M. Ar. Roanoke; Va., Lv. 9.00 A. M.
'ios4 oonneetionts are made at Florence, in both directions,
with triins carryingPnllmaan Oars to and from'the North, South,
East and West.
- br dates of fare, and detailed schedules to any desired des.
tination b y this new. a nd a ractive route, apply tor
-H. D. CLAKM .
Ticket Agent of the"A. C. L.
The Standard Railroad of the South.
Eastne.p irc-- d aigaB
FrNso r, adtie 4cheduls tr n esiedde
Cfnatio yiil nle bt orCmeca and aSrcie-otapply s to n~
Busnes. '~e rooseuneas~~iecket An the-A.s C.beL.
TheaStanard Ra i ond e S ro. ebakig
HeneddoPd.aikes s .K ConweSaturda. Nem
beint rogdo , Pf~i. at Brw5 a Dozeree.
C Mwe ordilyivte 3oth My mercial a eninsBnk
Business. erse A Bneeasigdlinand the A. s B bera
SrefmNt con se,1t soun Manderessiv banking. -
A.. ersoN, P bEIN. . Kon . LSWE Leses.
S.ar Nd Gbyipi, mufandurers h
r reutaionon hnesyJ ZuHality,
the ellTrae~MTk.mkB. Jnis
We hav sletEd PwEIDENh' exepioa K.RSE, h es -
leathrsf r thssAonBRA MenAM, CASHIER. an
he o th footneeds see the whv it ly nhd
Woerin a pair of NWA HE-u
Sr md by mnfCturesiwh
C. R. Sprott,
President and Treas.
5 Cotton See
aiion o7 "Foreman."'
C~m recent interpretation givei for
a fornman is a :nan whois.
e. stepping n at any point
s'o~- this or that man's work bet
o can do it himself. The
yon m::. who aspires to do all this
In qnalifyhing for fpemanship haa his
wor cet out efoi him.,
Pure saccharin Is 550 times as sweet
tas sugar. A swee taste may be It
p Darted to 70,000 parts of water.
The Demons of The Swamp
are mosquitos. As they sting they put
deadly malaria erms in the blood.
Then follow the icy chills and the fires
of feyer. The appetite fies and the
strength fails; also malaria often paves
the way for deadly typhoid. But Elec
tric Bitters kill and cast out the malar
ia germs from the blood; give you a
fine appetite and renew your strength.
"After long spafering, "wrote W.
Fretwell, of Lucama, N. C.. "three
bottles drove all the malaria from my
system, and ive had good healo ever
since." Best for all stomach,liver and
kidney ills. 50c at all drugglsts-Ad.
Love of the Brother.
Love of the brother we -see will
help us to the lovo of the Fatherw
do not see.-WfIam Watson.
LAron 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 ber safe.-Boston
l u For a Torp otiyer.
"I have used Chambrlains Tablets
off and on for the past six years when
ever my liver shows signs of bein~in a
disorde'red condition. They- have al
ways acted quickly and given me tlpe
desired relief," writes Mrs. F. H Trn
bus, Springville, N. Y. For sale by all
a nystyle, and served
-:t ow-Noywaiting. We
erp nothing but tbhe best
e &verything. If it's some
hingl~ good to eat, someth
ng that will tickle the
palate. come in and let us
Cour teous treatment guar
anteed to all.
]Yours to please,
JACK METROPcj., Por
$i Complete Shaving Outfit $1
1o Articles 10
To ad vertise our Universal Shaving
Outfit and Universal Products we will
for a limitea time only. send this well
worth $i300 Shavio:: Outlit for $1.00.
We sell our produwls to the consumer
direct, and. ;here'fore .sou save all
gent.4 prtt which as you know are
1 Hollow Ground Razor
1 5-nc Lather Brush
1 Razor Strap, Canvas Back
1 Niekel Easei Back Mirror
1 33-inch Barber Towel
1 Bar Shaving Soap
1 Box Talcum Powder
1 Decorated China Mug
1 Aluminum Barber Comb
1 Bristle Hair Brush
Agents need not write.
Each outlit p~acked in neat box $1.00.
Coin or money Order, postage 10c ex
IUNIVERSAL PRODUCTS CO.
F. D. Hunter,
Vice-President and Sec
OIL K IILLI
I, S. C.
County of Clarendon 'y
By James M. Windhan,.Esq.,.Judge
of. Probate., -
HEREAS, Robert A White made
suit to me to grant bi . mad
of Administration ofthe estsate
effects of John Gill.
These are therefore to
monisli all and singular the
dred and creditorliof "the said
John. Gill, deceased, that thel
be and appear., bef.ore me.ia-th
Court ofProbate, tobe held at-Man
ning, S. C.. on tbe -6th day of April
next, after publication. ,hereof, at
11 o'clock in the forenoon,- to show
caune,'if any they -lave,' why the
said administration should not, be
Given'under my hand this 30th day
of Mareh,' Anno Domini.1914.
J. M. WINDHAM.
Judge of Probate'
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 Friay, 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 lighst
average: at this eltamination, 'provided
they meet-the conditions governing
the award. Applicants for Scholarships
should write to President Johnson be
fore the examination for Scholarship~
Scholarships are worth $100 and free
tuition. The next' session willi open
September 16. 1914. For father infers
umation and catalogue, address Pres. D. B.
Johnson, Rock Hill, S. C.
MONEY TO LOAN
-At 7 per cent .
On improved farms" in amounts of
$3,000 and up for werm of five years
tNo commissions charged. Only actual
expenses foe. preparation of legal
papers. - .
CAROLINA BOND AND 'MORT
GAGE CO., UNION B~ANK BUILD
ING, COLUMBiA, S, C.
Hold on to
aid 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
agaitist it by check is worth
something. This bank solicits
the accounts of merchants and
Hafiie Bank anld Trust Co
Ifs Safe for.
For Sale by All Dealers.
Cures Old Sores, Other Ramedies Won't Cur5.
The worst cases, no matiter of how long standinlg"
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antisertic Healing Oil. Rt relle~eI
Pain and Heels at the same time. 25c, 50e, $1.00
A treasment of E.retric Bitters .
,reases your appetitk: stops indi2e
you can eat everything. A real spriaf
todic for liver, kidney and stomn
troubres Cleanses your -who
ystem and you e.l tine. Electric
ters did more for M r. T: D. Peeble
stomach troubles than any medicine
ever tried. Get a bottle ' toeday.
,nd $1.00 at yor drugst. .
Bucklen'sArnica Salve for Ecze
HOG 'TYING -A LONGHORN.1
Catching, Tripping-and Roping a
In Twenty-seven Seconds.
To cope, "bust" and "hog tie" a
Texas longhopa single handed in
minutes is a sport which represents,
daily work of the range.. Men o
eye and steady nerve each start
fifty feet behind the loaghorn,
may jump the arena fence like a
and again and again dodge w
hears the irst swish of the rope.
rope -often braks on. the tautening:
the saddreiay slip. asain the ease
Bill Mahaffey, who landed on hiss
with foot caught In the stirrup and
fr- the splendidly trained cow
lglit haye been dragged and killed.
mebe 'goes Cuba Crntchfeld!
;ov'rakesaIst. Swish. swish::
thr vover" the horns Then the
pony braces-?nd the rope en*
a harp,. Watching
e>eg m e of .his hrnaed adv
the: pavOw circles the anainis:
that te -r is brought from the
Aroudgd.hDe hind leg. : word, and
know1g- pay .makeaia uann
Thd. and theteerdsZrippetr
ed.* The' rope tau -end the
Mlready running afoot;ith a
in hand toward %the iteer d
his own safety one traed
pony .to hold that taut'
inposition. maTiu8 ,
9 "bog ties Um
-hif tcheas tohped et tbesb
ande torefoot ota
~ adCrutchfleld no only
steer roping e
" hr ow O S t g L if e i n e't
WeakAdneys need, hoelp.
They're :often- overworked
don's ge& poisonlItered outsof.
Will von help them?
Doan's Kid~ey, Pils have broui
benefit to thousands of kidney
ers. Manning testimony proves
Mrs.'s. Newman, Mn ging, S
says: "I consider Doan s Kidne
a fine backache and kkiy em
I can say that they. hireb
my home with.goode suts. (fe"
my fmI#bad slaune-aod acbin
ther with idne wealkness. Doa'
Sidney-P~s bent~ reiu L Ist
Never had eto
myself, butI'ha'e-oftin adf
use, as I know wbha.bey will do'"
Price 50c, at altdealers 'Don't sIm
pyask ..or). a kidney remedy
DausKianay..Pile- the same
Mrs. lNewmnan had. Fosster-MH
Co., rops ,'BuffaleyNN.
aum'ig -ow saee~i pmi uwue
~'aonsa gor e gu pun ?.n
2esp~ ippg Lsaa e m
uanosa; meispoq aa
Chngip g|u~ *.O- t -i
bonu ap ago. mn -trn..boya~
had who~kcoug aid TIfondli
berlans(ugxR l qU
that would relieveatleir cogigand
em ad wi uple A idthatI
ville, Ohio. . For sal e
- altyI be ig. .
When maen sjeall o thee, so live
that nobody wlbelidee lem.-Plato
Mrs A. L Luckie, East Rochester.
N. Y., was a victim-of sick headache
and despondency, cnnesed by a badly
weakened and debilitated' condition of
her stomach, when she' began takin~g
Chamber1sin's Tablets.. She says, "1
found them plasant to take, -'also mild
and effective. In a few weeks' time, I
was restored tomy former gooa health"
For sale by all dealers.-Adv.
Knowledge of' BusIness.
"Then it Is this evening that you
are giving the ring to your fiancee?
And If the engagement Is broken off ?'
"Oh, don't worry! I shall demmad a
receipt."-Le Sourre (Paris).
Escapes As Awful Fate.
A thousand tongues could not express
the gratitude of Mrs. J. E. Cox, of Joli
et, Ill., for her wonderful deliverance -
from an awful-fate. "Typhoid pneumno
nia had left me with a dreadful cough"
she writes. "Sometimes I had such awCa
ful coug hing spells I thought I would
die. I could get no help from Doctor's
treatment or- other medicines till -I1
used Dr. KiCng's New Discovery. But'
I owe' my life to this wonderful remedy .
for I scarcely cough at all now." Quick
and safe, its the most reliable of all.
throat and lung medicines. Every bot
tle guaranteed. 50c anid $1.00. Trial
botlefree at all druggIsts. -Adv.
Belief consists in accepting the af
Irmatons of the soul; unbelief in do
Helps A Judge In a lhad Fix.
Justice Eli Cherry, of Gillis Mills,
Tenn...-was plainly worried. A bad
sore on his leg had baffled several doc
tors and long resisted all remedies. "I
thougit it was a cancer,". he .wrote.
"At last -I. used 'Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, and was completely cured."
Cures burns, boils, ulcers, cuts, bruis
es and piles, 25c at all druggists.-,Ad v