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A RAM ORUP ITNITUO AMIS
I have determined that it is good business jaidgment to dispose offall and winter goods at sweeping out prices
rather than to carry them over to another season, therefore I have marked down my immense stock of Blankets,
Comforts, Flannels, Dress Goods, Ladies' Walking Jackets, Men's*Overcoats, Gent's and Children's Suits, Cloth
ing of every description, includiug Odd Pants and Coats and Children's Knee Pant
A fine assortment of Men's Vool Underwearand Men's Dress Shirts, WindowShades,
dles, Harness, and in fact everything in my store will go during the month of January at
Friends, this is no mere catchy advertisement. I mean what I say, and a visit to my store will prove that
there has never been such bargains offered in Magning before.
Remember this is only a Clearance Sale to-:iiake room for a large spring stock already contracted for, and this
sale only lasts through the month of January.
To -conduct this Special Sale I did not employ a salvage company, but insteadI simply MARKED DOWN,
CUT AND SLASHED the prices, that my patrons will get the full benefit.
Don't fail to attend this sale.
STOP PAYING RENT,
BUY A HOMES
We have some'splendid Farming Lands in this and adjoining counties which
we are offering at very low figures. Now is the time to buy, as Real Estate is
advancing ever day.
If you have land for sale, we will sell it for you. If we fail to sell. it will
not cost you one cent. Call on, or write us.
WOOD'S & O'BRYAN,
Attorneys at Law,
Harvest Time Has Come.
YOU NEED A GCOD WAGON.
We have just received a full line of one and two horse
PIEIMONT AND HACKNEY WAGONS
that we propose to sell at close figures. These Wagons are guaranteed.
We also have in our warerooms an excellent assortment of standard
Buggies from the best manufacturers, and will ask that you inspect them
before buing elsewhere.
OUR HARNESS DEPARTMENT .is wellstocked with Single and Dou
ble Harness. Collars, Whips, etc.; and -we are anxious to prove to the pub
lie that we want to merit their confidenee.
When the weather gets cooler we will have in our Horses and Mules.
We guartntee wiat we sell and ask your patronage.
.W. P. Hawkins & Co.,
MANNING, S. C.
"TIC @SNT 1.11
e een the
A passenget service unexcelled for luxury
And cornifot,equippedwith the.latebPullflman
Dining, Feg0ing and Thoroughfare Cars.
- For rates, schedule; maps or any informa
t-ion; writi to.
General Passenger Agent,
- -. Wilmingion, N. C.
The Velocity of Light.
Watch the train as it dashes past
you with a speed of sirtty miles per
hour, and after it is lost in the dis
tance sit down on the track and figure
a little on the velocity of light. The
train has passed with a mighty rush
and great noise. but the silent beam of
Slight flits past with a speed 11,179,
500 times greater: The initial velocity
of a ball fired from a twelve pounder
is 1.705 feet per second; that of light
1,560,124 feet in the same length of
time. Comparisons give us but a very
poor idea of the velocity, but they en
able us to partially comprehend the
immensity of the universe, for we
know that with all its prodigious speed
it takes light four hours to flash from
Neptune to our earth.
A Spool of Thread.
To make a spool of thread, says a
manufacturer. is a complicated process.
Only the very best cotton can be used
for this purpose. The cotton is taken
in the raw state and torn all to pieces
by a machine called a breaker. It then
goes through several other machines,
by which it is carefully combed and
freed from impurities. A machine
called a slipper takes it up and tri-sts
it out into soft white yarn. This is
carefully combed again, and it is taken
into another departnwnt. where sev
eral small strands of this yarn are
twisted into one fine one. Three of
these are twisted together, and you
then have six cord thread, which, after
it Is bleached, Is ready for the market.
Chronic Constipation Cured.
One who suffers from chronic consti
pation is in danger of many serious ail
ments. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup
cures chronic constipation as it aids
digestion and stimulates the liver and
bowels, restoring the notural action of
'hese organs. Commence taking it to
day and yon will feel better at once.
Orino Lexa.tive Fruit Syrup does rcet
n:.useate or gripe and is very pleasanx
totake. l'Refuse 1ubstitutes.
,The Last Long. Sleep. .
Fdnillarity with death is apt to alter
one's* earliest conceptions- of.4t.- . Two
Ideas are very generally accepted wpich
experience shows to be false. One is
that the dying usually fear dea'th and
the other that the act of dying is ac
companied by pain. It is well known:
to all physicians that when death 1f
uear its terrors do not seem to be felt
by the patient. Unless the imagination
is stimulated by the frightful portrayal
of the supposed "pangs of death" or of.
the sufferings which some believe the
soul must endure after dissolution it4s
rare indeed that the last days or hours
of life are passed in dread.
!Nrbst sick persons are very, very tired..
S'eep-long. quiet sleep-is what they.
want. I have seen many people die. I.
have never seen one who seemed to
fear death, except when it was or seem
ed to be rather far away. Even those
who are constantly haunted while
strong and well with a dread of the
end of life forget their fear when, that
end is at hand.-Scribner's Magazine.
Indigestion is easily overcome by the
use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, because
this remedy digests what you eat and
gives the stomach a rest-allows it to
recuperate and grow strong agamn.
Kodol relieves indigestion. Belching of
gas. sour stomach. heartebur'n. etc., and
enables the digestive organs to trans
form all foods into the kind of rich, red
bloo& that makes'health and strength.
Sold b. The R B Tor era Drnu- Store.
Acute Sense of Heaning.
"Yes," said the prosperous lawyer In
speaking to a friend, "I had a long
wait before I got any practice, but I
am certainly satisfied now with my
profession and Its emoluments.
"The early days, the waiting for cli
ents, was hard, though. Why, do you
know that I got so after awhile that
when I heard a footstep on the stairs I
could tell ninety-nine times out of a
hundred %-whether or not the person was
coming to my office?"
"Well, that is strange," replied his
friend. "Your sense of hearing must
bave been very acute."
"Not so much that." replied the law
yer. "You see, I made up my mind
that they were not coming to my office.
and ninety-nine times out of a hundred
I was right."
A Surprise Party.
A pleasant surprise party may be
given to your stomach and liver, by,
taking a medicine which will relieve
their pain and discomfort, viz: Dr.
King's Ne w Life Pills. They are a most
wondrful remedy, affording sure relief
and cure, for headache, dizziness and
constipation. 25c at The R. B. Loryea
Early Autograph HunterM.
A certain Atossa in early Roman days
seems to have been the mother of au
tograph collectors. Cicero had a collec
tion, which must have been a flne one,
for he speaks of it with particular
pride. The fever, even in those far
back days, was contagious. Pliny
speaks of Pompeius Secundus, at
whose house he had seen autographs
of Cicero, Augustus, Virgil and the
Gracchi, and his own collection was
valued at $13,000 of our money. Then
came the Inruish of barbarians, and..we
do not again medt. with the collector
until the b~gginning of the sixteenth
ceigtury, when he reappears in the per
son of a Bohemian -squire, who kept a
book, to record his exploits in the chase
aiCenrched it with the signatures of
his great hunter friends.
Beforewe . can sympathize with
others, mast have sufTered our
..4 od&can realize the suffer
II tiivon an attack of the
., s 'de has had the actual ex
per', There is probably no dis
ease causes so much physical and
mental , or which so successfully
defies egal aid. All danger from
grip, howeverfby the prompt use of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Amouo
the tens of thousands who have used
this remedy, not one case h-as ever
been reported ~that has resulted in
pneumonia or that has not recovered.
For sale by The R. B. Loryen. Drug
The Tyrians, it is claimed, .weie the
most expert dyers of ancient times.
The fabrics dyed with the famo'us tyri
an purple did not assume t.heiz proplr;
color until -after two days, -expcsure
to the'ight apLd air.,,puring this time
.they passed. through -a gradation of
shades of yellow,. green, blue, violet
nd red,-whig he- dyters understood
how to .arp atfix-at any moment
For any disease of the skin thiere
nothing better than Chamberlain~s
Salve. It relieves the itehing andburn
ing sensation instantly and-soonk-eeta1
a cure. -Sold, by The R.. B. Loryea i
- H. - Arppoxntment.
Husband-I think I shall have to go
out tonight, my dear. I have an ap
pointment. Wife-Oh, Tom, iwhat is it?
Husband-An appointment with my
tailor. He is to dall here at 8 to col
lect his bill.
Hotel Visitor-Now, you are sure this
bed is quite clean? Servant4Y&Tes sir;
the sheets were only washed this 'morn
Ing. Just.feel them. They ain't dry
Alms of a higher order, even thougir
they be not fulfilled, are in themselves
more valuable than lower ones entirely
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the -
Don't think that your knowledge of
wonder gems is complete till you have
seen an "alexandrite," green by day
and red by night. And such a green
olive bronze, with a potent suggestion
that red is there. Green when held in
the sunlight. In a darkened room with
artificial light a ruby where the emer
ald was a moment before-a tawny
wine red of exquisite tone.
The Tearless Battle.
The Tearless battle was fought be
tween the Spartans on one. side and
the Arcadians and Arjives on the other
87 13. -C. Not a Spartan fell In the
engagement, and so, Plutarch says, the
Lacedaemonians called It the Tearleqs
Perfection can only be attained in
the physical by allowing Nature to ap
propriate and not. dissipate her owd
resources. Cathartics gripe, weaken
dissipate. whi!e DeWitt's Little Early
Risers simply expel all putrid matter
and bile, thus allowing the liver to as
sume normal activity. Good for the
complexion. Sold by R. B. Loryea
Rough on the Bishop.
Bishop Blomfield dibcovered one day
as he entered the pulpit that lie had
forgotten the manuscript of his ser
moli. It was impossible to do as the
Scottish minister did in similar cir
eumstanc,. send for the sermon from
his home while- the congregation sung
Psalm 119. No, be must preach ex
tempore, and did so, taking for his
theme the existence of God. Very well
satisfed be felt with his effort. As he
walked home he overtook one of his
congregation, whose opinion of the ser
mon he Invited. "Well, it were a very
good sermon," was the reply, "but I
don't agree wi' It. I believe there Is a
A Jamalean Lady Speaks -
berlain's Cough Rem~y
Mrs.'Michael--Hart,.n wie e.Su
perintendent of Cart -
ston, Jamacia, We 7~res Ishds,
sasTha~t she has for ~~r~sd
eo ghrop w pigc -
has fournd it very tbeneficial.
e wuiiTnan -bottle-oi it i
A Wonderful Red.
A very costly bed was built in Bom
bay for a native ruler some years ago.
At the four corners were full sized fig
ures of Grecian Laldens, the ones at
the top holding stringed instrumints,
while those at the .foot trore in'their
hands huge fans. Exendlug the full
length of the bed was a mausic box ea
pable of playing for half'an hour be
fore the7 repertory of tune- was ex
hausted: - The- weight of the-:body set
this irusic -ox .n'.mption, "i-ilat the
same time the figures.at tlie-beod ofrre
bed fingered-:tiirig .of-tielrisfInsru
ments, wbilehili0.the foo.t waved
their fans, in e4 1 n16tQ- furnish
Ing the powveitehpt l t tli n ing
all night long.
Charcoal is one of -the greatest puri
fers of water that Weh'ave. Water rZ;
any substance -allowed.- to p.ercolate
through it will be freed- of all aimal
organisms or foreign particles. It. is
one of the best sweeteners of 'the
breath. After a hearty meal it is aL
splendid thing for the stomach if ~add
ed to It is a little ginger. It is excel
lent with which to cleanse the teeth,
for it removes fungous growth that
many tooth powders fall to touch. It
relieves pain caused by a burn.
Beim th The Kind You Have Always Bought
Let your letter be written as acen
rately as you are able-I mean with -e
gard to language, grammar and stops
for as -to the nat-er of it the less trou
ble you give yourself the better It will
be. Letters should be easy and natural
and convey to the persons to whom we
send them just what we should say to
the persons if we were with them.
Style or Physieal Culture?
McPryme (whose wife won't let him
come to breakfast unless his shoes are
olished)-I wonder. If Mirandy really
wants me to-be stylish or if this Is only
to work up an appetite to cat her bis
uits.-Succes Magazine. .
How to Prevent Bilous Attacks.
One who is subject to bilious attacks
will noti.:e that for a day or more be
fore the attack he is not hnng-ry at
t meal times and feels dull after eat
ing. A dose of Chamberlain's stomach
nd Liver Tablets when these first
ymptomts appear will ward off the at
tack. They are for sale by The R. B.
oryea Drug Store.
.4 Simple Cure.
It is said that John Wesley was once
walking with a brother, who related
to him his troublos, saying he did not
know -what he should do. They were
at that moment passing a stone wall
to a incadow, over which a cow was
"Do.you know," asked Wesley, "why
that cow looks over that wall?"
'-No," replied the one in trouble.
"1 wig tell you," said Wesley. "Be
cause shecannot look thr'ough it. And
hat is what you must do with yourf.
rubles -look over and above them." i
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS
Effective November 2, 1905.
NORTHEAST.-READ DOWN. SOUTHWEST.-READ UP.
NO. 1. No. 3. No. .. No.2. No. 4. No. 6.
Mixed. Mixed. Pass. STATIONS Mixed. Pass. Pass.
A. M. P. M . P. D. P. M. A.M. P. M.
1015 3 00 * 45 0' Lv............... Alcolu ...............Ar 5 4 00 830 11 20
10 20 -3 05 7 50 2 ....... , .McLeod*............... 23 340 815 11 05
10 25 3 10 755 5............Harby*.......... ..20 3 35 8-10 1100
1030 3 15 800 7 1...... ......... DuRant*............. 18 330 8 05 1055
1100 345 8 20 12 .. ..... Sardinia........ .... 13 300 735 10 25
11 10 355 825 14 .............Gamble ............... 11 2 50 7 30 10 20
11 15 4 00 830 15 ......... Beard*..... .... 10 2 45 7 25 10 15
1125 4 10 s35 17 ...............Se1oc.*....... .... s 235 720 10 10
S.1155 4 40 905 21 ..............Hudsons* ............. 4 2 15 700 9 50
:12 45 530 930 25 Ar.............Bculah................ Lv1 0 2 00 645 9 5
P. M. P. M. P. M. P.M. A. M. P. M.
'*McLeod, Harby, DuRant.!Beard, Gibbons and Hudsons flag stations for all trains.
eModays, No. 3. Tueedays. No. 4.
7::: esays. No. 1. Wednesdays. N14o. 2.
Thirsdays, No. 1. Thursdays. No.
Fridays, No. 3. Saturdais. No. 4 an4 6.
Saturdays, No. 5.
P. R. ALDERMAN. P. L. COLLINS,
G. F. & P. A. Superintendent.
The. Bank of Maino
MANNING, S. C. Open
Capilal Stock, 400 0 n Account
.ilit, - - With Us.
to Depositors, 115, You can then pay your
bills with checks which
we return to you the
first of each month and
AMY . TELLE which are thus made a
receipt in full for every
dollar you nay out.
You can always inal e change
with a chleckc.
Bank of Suinerton,
M6NEYSummerton, S. C.
is liable to be wasted, lost or stolen un
less deposited in a good.
Paying by check is the safest way to'
settle your bills. Every possible court-i
esy and attention extended to all our
customers.- 0t OSIid.
custoers.County of Clarendon.
Bv James M. Windham, Esq., Pro
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA bateudge.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
Clarendon Counf, HEREAS, Thomas C. Richardson
By ams A. indam Es.,Judr-. made suit to me to grant him
By James M..Windhamh, Esq., Judge letters of administration of the
of Probate. estate of and effects of James M.
HEREAS, Braxton B_ Thompson Rf hards oe.
timad e suit to ine, to grrant him Let. These are therefore to' cite and
ters of AdministratiOn of the Estate admonish all and singular the -kin
and effects of Samnoel R. Epps. dred and creditors of the said James
These are therefore to cite and ad. M. Richardsor., deceased, that they
monish all and singular the kindred be and appear before me, in the
nd creditors of- the said Samuel*'Court of Probate. to be held at Man
R. Epps. deceased,. that they be ning, on the 1st day of February
and appear before me,in the Court of after publication thereof, at 11
Probate, to be held at Manning on o'clock in the forenoon, to show
Ihe 1st day of Febru'ary next, after cause, if any they have, why the
mublication thereof, at 11 o'clock in said- administration should not be
he forenoonIto show cause, if any &ranted.
hey have wh the said administra- Given under my hand this 12th
ion shdnt be grnted day of January, A. D. 1906.
~under my hand, this 16th JAMES M. WINDHAM,
AES M WINDHAM, 16-3t] Judge of Probate.
[sEa~L.] Judge of Probate. - oTeTnstl,
1 Bir a-Jo enoktllssiie