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150 Ladies' Wash Skirts, white only. vi
] Manig,.S. C.
ROUND TRIP FARE FROM*MANNING-TO
Tickets sold only for trains specified below on Sun
da-yslimited to date of sale.
L Maning...............-.-.--.-- 7.07 A. M.
Ar. Charleston...........--..... I10.30 A. M.
Lv. Charleston-......... ----.- -..... 8.25 P. M.
Ar Manning......... .....-. --- .- -- --.. P. M
For further particulars, tickets, etc.; apply to,
H. D. CLARK, Ticket Agt.
Manning. S. C.
W. J. CRAIG, *T. C. WHITE,
Pass2Traf. Manager, 'Gen. Pass. Agt,
Wliaington, N. C.
- ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
TeStandar d Railroad of the South.
Cleaning, Dyeinig and
OF ALL KINDS OF GARMENTS.
IWe also Clean Palm Beach suits. Ladies'
Work A Specialty; Bduq your Hats to us
*- when they need attention. Alt Work Guar
CITY TAILOR SHOP.
'PHONE No. 1. - OLD BAKERY STAND).
Fo CasH or on Time with Aproved
Nitrate of Soda,
and Ammoniated Fertilizers with or with
.out Potash. Better see us before placing
Manning, S. C.
T~mm an s1D is esaac swt-Iiv~er -asReular
fue from 98c.. to $2. latest
500 Shirt Waists. i
Through the Press Service of Agri- n
culture and Commerce, the master a
minds of this nation will be invited I
to the public forum and asked to de- d
liver a message to civilization. Men p
who achieve seldom talk, and men b
who talk seldomschieve. There. is
no such thing. as a noisy thinker, and a
brevity is always a close companion b
to truth. -, . '
it will be a great privilege to stand a
by the sido e men- who can- roll- In c
place the cornerstone of industry; to a
-associate with men who can look a
at the world and see-to-the bottom b
of it; to commune with men who can q
hear the roar of- civilization a few t
Too often we listen- to the- rabble t
element -of our day. that cries .-Out- V
against every man: who achievus,
"Crucify hIm." Mankina never bas c
and probably never will produce .a
-generation that appreciates the. genius .
of its day.- There never, will be a v
crown without a cross, progress -with, (
out, sacrifice or an achieyerlent with- I
jut a challenge- -
This is an age of service, and that
man Is greatest who serves -the larg
est number.. The present--generation
has done -more to Improve the con-4
dition of mankind than any .civlliza
tion since human motives began theI
upward flight. The Greeks gave human
life inspiration, but while her orators I
were speaking with the tongues of1
angels, her farmers were plowing i
with forked sticks; while her phil
osophers were emancipating human 1
thought from bondage. her trailc.
- On Two-Cent FPa
The farmers of
thia.. nation are
In railroad rates'
and equity be
*and freight rates
* ~ is especially Im
portant to -the:
the -ploy-for the
-very little but: he
Is a heavy con
tributor to the
have Some of the
states haea two cent -passenger rate
and whatever loss is Incurred is recov
ered through freight revenue. The jus
tice of such a procedure was recently
passed upon by the Supreme Court
of West Virginia and the decision is
so far-reaching that we .have asked
L. E. Johnson, president of the Nor
folk and Western Railway whose road
contested the case to briefly review
the suit. Mr. Johnson said In part:
"Some ten years ago, passenger
fares were fixed by the legislatures
of a large number of states at two
cents a .mile. As a basis. for suchi
economic legislation, no exmntio"n
was made of the cost of doing the
business so regulated, nor was any
attention given to the fact whether
such a rate would yigld to the rail
way companies an adequate or any
pet return upon the capital invested
in conducting this class of business.
"Such a law was passed In West
Virginia In 1907. The Norfolk and
Western Railway Company put the
rate Into effect and maintained It for
two years. Its accounting during
these two years showed that two
cents a mile per passenger barely
paid the out-of-pocket cost and noth
ing was left to pay any return on
capital invested. It sought relief from
the courts. Expert accountants for
When Hot Weather Oppresses.
Wben you feel oppressed, dull and
stupid, are inert and languid-do not 1
blame it all on the weather. Heat will 1
not affect you so much if the bowels1
are regular. Foley Cathartic Tablets -
are ideal for indigestion and constipa- |
tion. They rel= e stout persons of1
that bloated, heat y feeling. Dicksons1
Rather- a Neat Rebuke.
"We will now take up our annual
collection for the benefit of the hea
then." announced the Rev. Dr. Fourth
ly at the close of his sermon, "and I
, ,e those young men making so much
se all through this service will be
especially liberal In their contribu
tion. They are In duty bound to help
their brother heathens."
Treat your friends as you do your
bank account. Don't be reckless with
hem just because you've got them
style, at-.---- 48c.
alue from 50c. to $1.0
the Dates, I
,oved on two-wheeled 6arts driven
id ofttimes drawn, by slaves; whil
or artists were - painting Alvin
reams on canvas, the streets 0
roud Athens were lighted by fire
rands dipped In talow.
The genius of past ages sought ti
rouse the intellect and stir the son
at the master minds of today ar
eking to serve. Civilization bas s
gned to America the greatest taS
f the greatest age, and the greates
ien that ever trod the greatest plane
re solving IL Their achievement
ave astounded the whole world ano
re challenge every age and natio1
> name men or products that ca
pproach in creative genius or mas
erful skill in organisation, the mai
elous achievements of t.he tremend
us men of the present day. Ediso
an press a button and turn a 11gb
n multiplied milions of homes; Va
an take down the receiver and tal
rith fifty millions of people; - M(
'rmck's reaper can harvest th
orids crop, and Fulton's steam er
Ine moves te commerce of Ia
The -greatest thing a human bein
an do is to serve his fellow men
irist did It; Kings decree it, an
rise menteachit. Itlisthe glory (
is practical age that Edison coul
d no higher callng than to becom
e janitor to civilization; Vail 'th
nessenger to mankind; McCormic:
he hired hand to agricultuire, an
~'ulton the teamster to industry, an
~lesed Is the age that has suc
uster's for -Its servants.
0th the State and thme faiwy Co2
any testified that the clims of ti
airoad were sustained by the fact
Lwo cents did not pay the cost<
arrying a passenger a mile. -TI
tate however, contended that tU
aload -was earning enough surpli
m ts state freight business to give
air return upon the capital used
ts passenger as well as Its freigt
manes. libr the 'purposes of tV
ase the railroad did not deny thi
ut held to its contention that ti
ltftte could not segregate Its pa
ienger business for rate fixing wit]
lt allowing a rate that would 1
iufficent to pay the cost of dolt0
msiness and enough to give son
eturn upon the capital Invested
oing the- business regulated. Tb
was the Issue presented. to the S
preme - Courte Its decision responc
o the judgment of the fair-mind
mentimet-of the country. The E
prams .Court says that, even thoul
.aaroa-earns5 a surplus .on a Ps
lcular -commodity by charging re
monabe rates, that, affords no reas
or compelling it to haul another
person or property for less than coi
Ihe surplus from a reasonable rai
properly -belongs to the railway cor
pany. If the surplus is earned fro:
n unreasonable rats then that ral
ihould be reduced. The State me
ot even up by requiring the railroi
to carry other trafme for nothing
or less than cost.
The decision Is a wholesome O1
d demonstrates that the ordina
rules of fair dealing apply to railwi
ompanes. The fact that one mak
i surplus on his wheat crop won
never be urged as a reason for co:
polling him to sell his cotton at lel
than Cost. It wrouWd not satisfy ti
an who wanted bread to be to
that Its high price enabled the cott<
nanufacturer to get- his raw prods
or lesthancost. In this case t
:urt reaffirmed the homely maxi
that each tub must stand upon I
They Write Every Day.
Every day Foley & Co., receive le
ers from grateful men anid wome:
ellin how Foley Kidney Pills cure
hem of backache, sore muscles, sti
aints and other kidney and bladde
roubles Is very quick to relieve lut
ao and rheumatism due to kidni
rouble. No other remedy has a loni
r record of cures. Dicksons Dri
Why Wind Them?
Maybe there are people in town wi
'eel that keeping a rooster throng
e summer is necessary to life, libe
y and the pursuit of happiness, bt
why wind them, like an alarm clocl
mvery night!-Toledo Blade.
Maden"Wat sort of hatd
Genevieve Gotham wear?' Man
simple thing-just a gardenia-in frc
-A-.and a am.ye behind."-TaidrO.
AY, JULY 16t
150 Shirt Waists, in L
0, your choice at
'riday and S
Died as He Lived.
Easeman is gots, poor chap. Died
without a struggle." "Just like Ease
Ian; be never was known to exert
himselt In anythina."
A GoodL Bnsehold Slave.
e Ordinary ailments and injuries are
not of themselves serious, but infection
or low vitality may make them dan
gerous. Don't neglect a cut, sore,
bruise- or hurt because it's small.
Blood Poison has resulted from a pin
prick or scritch. Foor all such all
ments Bucklen's Arnica Salve is ex
cellent. 1t protects and heals the
burt,-is antiseptic, kills- infection and
t prevents - dangerous 'complications.
t Good for a'l Skin Blemishes, Pimples,
t Sak Rheum, Eczema. Get an origi
nal 2-ounce 25c box from your Drug
Not Looked for Very Hard.
The-reason a lot of people can't find
Opportuntty- is because old Op usu
ally. goes around disguised as Bard
t Work.-Cincinnati Enquirer.
Summer Aches and Pains.
e A backache that cannot be explained
L by having. "sat in a draft" is more
d tfian likely the result of disordered
kidneys. Foley Kidney Pills promptly
g relieve backache, sore or stiff muscles
Sand joints, rheumatism, and sleep dis
d turbed bladder ailments. They put
the kidneys in sound, healtby condi
tion. Dickson Drug S tore.-Ad v.
k 1I have just read a trivial sugges
d~ tion asohow tokeep thenecktielin
d place.- 1That Is a subject that ought
h not to be trifed with. Somebody
ought to do a series of articles on It.'
) -Cynle in American Magazine. -
i What Will Tt
Have you ever stopped to
-your life's work will be? Are
~ ~ money crop for the winters of
Le -An investigation will you
-ideal place for keeping your
a- for every farmer to,have a str
a may.-want to borrow one of th
it - loan for you, on good security
e .$ any red tape. Drop in to seelu
Make the call friendly-youi
time you come in to say "helk4
$ Rememaer Us When You Hai
e - You When Yo
9 BANK OF .T
The strong appeal of
toas well as pleasure.
n. Premier Carris
ie May 15 to September
id 31, 1915.. Many atti
et the Southern Railwa.
SW. H. CAFFEY, Division I
-Effective Sept. 1, 1914.
YStation Train No. 1 Train No.
Read Up, Read Dow
gAlcolu Ar. 8:30 a.m. Lv. 10:15 a.
McLeod Lv. 8:20 " " 10:20
Harby " 8:15 " " 10:25'
Durant " 8:05 " 4 10:3.5
L Sardinia " 7:50 " " 10:->0
h Ne w Zion " 7:40 " " 11:30
r- Beards " 7:35 " " 11:10
it Seloc " 7:30 " " 11:25
Paroda Jt. " 7:15 " " 11:40
Hudsons " 7:10 " " 11:55
Olanta " 7:00 " Ar. 12:05 p.
Train No. 1 and No. 4 are Passengel
Train No. 2 and No. 3 are Mixed Ti
Id Daily except Sunday.
'A ******McLeods, Harby, Durants, Be
i and 17th, 01
.awns and China Silk and fe
Museum Many Centuries Ond.
Japan has maintained intso& through
all the country's many changes a nu
sem of decoiative art establtsed 1a
the yew 75. .
For Bay Feyer or Asthma.
Many persons dread July on account
of bay fever. Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound is recognized as the ideal
remedy. for hay fever and asthma. It
heals and soothes the raw, rasping
throat and eases the choking sensation.
it allays infiamation and irritation and
brings easy, natural breathing. Dick.
Young Men for Action.
Young men are fitter to invent than
to Judge; fitter for execution than for
Aro You Feeling Fit.
Do you envy the man or woman- of
untiring enegyv; strong body and hap
py disposition? All these depend upon
good health, and good health is impos
sible when-the kidneys are diseased.
Foley Kidney Pills help the kidneys
cast out poisions that cause backache.
rheumatism and other symptoms of
dangerous kidney and bladder troubles
Dickson Drug Store.-Adv.
In God's world, for tt~: se who are in
earnest, there is no failure. No work
truly done, no word earnestly spoken,
no sacridece, freely made, was ever
made in vala.-W. W. Robertuon.
A man's true wealth hereafter is the
good he has done In the world to his
fellowmen; when he dies, people wll
ask, what property has he left behind
him? But the angels will ask, what
good deeds has he sent before him?-'
ie Harvest' Be? $
think of wh&'t the harvest of '
ou storingr away part of y-our
old iag. aud misfortune?.
that our unk would be an
funds safey. It's a good plan -
ong bankin :connecu~On. You
ese days;. we can negotiate the
at right rates and -without
s next time you're in tewn.
lon't have to do business every
e Money and. We'll Remember
u Need Money. -.
outdoors for physical profit
er the South.
30, final return li.nit October
-active resorts furnished by
rLet us help you plan your
ass. Agt., Chlarleston, S. C.
BLE, NO. 14.
Supersedes Time Table No. 13.
2 Train No. 3 Train No. 4 Ml.
n. Read Up. Read Down.
mn. Ar. 5:00 p.m. Lv. 8:15 p.m.0
'Lv. 4:50 " " 8:20 " 2~
"4:40 " " 8:23 " 5
-" 4:25 " " 8:30 " 7h
" 4:00 " " 8'50 " 14
"~ 3:50 " "' 8:55 " 15
" 3:35 " 9:05 " 17
-3:20 " " 9:1.5 " 20
"3:10 " " 9:20 " 21
r. ". 3:00 "Ar. 9:30 " 25
ards and Hudson are flag stations. c
ALDERMAN, T. M.
A lcoun S. (
MOR-U= i- W-3SZ
mncy, value from $1 to-$250; at 79c
From- 25c. a. pair a I
All other goods at 50c.
on the -dollar.
Yours for a Good Bargain
Wilkins' Old Stand.
TH E RE IS A~
Our Mule Pen, Buggy- Repository.
Harness and Wagon Houses are Fult
We are today doing business witli
a thousand satisfied customers who
were .directed to us by their fathers -
Fourth Car Mules
to' arrive next Monday.
A look, and our price, and goods ma~p
you a customer-Guess the Reason. --
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days The .Oninlas That Does-NHot-Affect-Time He
our-nugt ow~ nn : & pon e caus ofi btoncxter et.. 6 -
rsrt m esi~o.4 ringn in head. Remembe the ll se~
'he 5rstppliation gves EaseandRet~ . look for the signature of E. W. GROVE. 2