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we will begin and continue for 30 days or until everything is sold, a
dJ great Clearing out Saleo everyn nthe store. We bought this
entire stock at a RI-DIC-U-LOUSLY low price and we propose to -get our money out of it, and iuorder to do so
we will have this BIG CLOSING OUT SALE.
This sale is not on one special line, but on everything EXCEPT QUEEN QUALITYSHOEs. Nothing wilibe held
back, but everything must be sold, and you cannot afford to miss this grand opportunity. Think of it, A TEN
THOUSAND DOLLAR STOCK OF GooDS to be sold in Manning in 30 days. We mean to sell them. The goods are
ours and we want to turn them into cash. Never before in the history of Manning has there been such a sale as
we propose to have.
there is no old, shelf-Worn, auction or trashy goods in this store; none of this kind was
em em ber ever allowed to enter or door, but it is all nice, clean, new, stylish MERCHANDISE.
Have you ever thought about what a nice, clean stock of goods the MUTUAL'had? Now you have a chance
to wade into it as far as your money will let you.
We name no prices, as everything must be sold and everything you buy will be a leader 6o where you want to get prices on anythingand if we don't beat it we will close our doors.
This is positively a chance where high grade goods are within the reach of everybody. The poor can buy as well as the rich.
S O.,I. TILL,
INut 1 Dry G -M;
Thursday, January 25th, and for thirty da
A Kind Voice. St. Nieholas or ra.. SUSPENSION BRIDGES. V THE CINNAMON TREE. MOVED UPSTAIRS.. THE ARGYLE HOTEL.
* Thee isno pwer f loe so hardt All that is known with any certainty- rLieDwlr'ChneTaWs
Taxe no e o of Nicholas is the bare fact that he r.ed by an Hundreds of Years Ago How the Ba rk Gathered and e A lat Open for T atre Parties and Special DInners.
. e n oke)aakn oc.AFor Crooning Streams. jpared FrUe
county Office of kind hand is deaf and dumb. It may lived in Asia M1inor somewhere about The towvline is doubtless the earliest, The cinnamon tree grows to a height Within two days after the second . E R O) E E~ A N P L A N .
Cot Auditor Clarendon Cuntv. be rough In flesh and blood, yet do the the beginning of the fourth century. f f tent and is floor famil moved to the fourth
anning, S. C., Dec. 27, 1905. wrk of a soft heart and do it with a He was bishop of fryra, a Lycn sea- as op is sth l of atin om i ee their y t were cirulating OPE FO 7A M. THE RESTAURANT, MC ER
The Auditor's office will be open; soft touch. But there 1s no one thing coast tow'n. veuieribe. of core ao taefrtermoa!fmtral. soeie ighteen inches in thickness. aqanacs*HRE ESNBECAG
from the ist day of January. 190- toe tht loe so much needs as a sweet his piety and benevolcnce. an ue was Hitched to a floating -log, the genesis The leaves.pire from four to six inches the report that the headof the amily
te 20th day of February, 1900 to revi to tell wat it means and feels, revered in b the east at least as early as of all water craft, canoe or sledge, it in length,' oval shaped and 'marked had his salary reduced and ha.. oe R N WITH AND WITHOUT PRIVATE BATHS.
e rt a of rea 0nd personal it ha t e and e the sixth century. In the rek church was used before history learned the with three principal nerves'- T -:taste up two flights to cut do p
property in Clarendon count y for the right tone. O get art in t he takes rank inrnediate after the art of writing or mankind the art of very much like cloves. Climamohfilow- After that it didn't take long for the
fioearty re1Clrend u and nt d the nam right dani erys at of areat father, and slder thte nams reading.- ers are of a beautiful silky ;Mode European Plan Hotel
Tax payers return what they own on and on the w night day, at of St. Nicholas of Myra ie Is esteemed The towline was combined with the outside and a light yellow on the in- had lieard..She indignantly ie
the first aay of January 1906. work and at play. to get and keep a as patron saint of by far the largest suspension cable as a means of cross- side. Thefruit is a small acorn shaped r .....adn THE ARGYLE HOTEL 00., Proprietors.
In the reassessment of property con- voice that shall speak at all times the body of Orthodox Greeks, the Russian Ing streams in the mountains of Him- drupe, aid when ripe it is quite brown. n i . ,. .
:mencing January 1st. the County Audi- thoughts- of a kind heart. It i,; often In
menwill require of tall taxpa er an youthts on get vi ofte empire. As early as the year 500 Jus- dustan at a very remote period. The It is, however, the bark of the cana- h fault th ed upstrs t
iteriled return of all property suaject that Is sharp. and It sticks to him tinian dedicated a church in Constanti- suspension cable, often several hun- mon tree that makes it valuable. The m ne. h d tiIedta f an
to taxation at its true valuein roect that i a and i sti sI to hnd nople to the renowned bishop. In the dred feei in length, was made of twist- finest comes from the island of Ceylon, itable. I 1 .
which is construed to mean "the sum trough ife and strs upk a wi.! an west where for a reason he is more ed fibers or slender stalks of climbing where they have two seasons of cina- body about it, b sig&e n s-rpu
forlwhich said property under ordinau grief and falls like a drop of gall on commonly known as St. Nicholas of vines. This was solidly secured to mon harvest. The first season begins tion as a btisiness aist'stakeI see It o
vcircumstances would sell for cash." I the sweets of home. Watch It day by Bari, he was acclimatized for good in large trees or masses of rocks on the in April and the last in November. The ve ge t ity t- n . :ices are right and everything garanted.
All returns must be sworn to and no day as a pearl of great price, for it will the ele-enth century. His vogue In the banks of the chasms to be crossed. On branches of three to five years' growth D ali the flitehtbiv
:return will be considered either by the be worth more to you in days to come north began with the twelfth, but ex- this cable a wooden biock. grooved un- are cut down, and the epidermis is loor. y all th -
,County Auditor or boards of assessors than the best pearl hid in he eas. A tended so rapidly that by the reforma- derneath, was placed, suspended from carefully scraped away. Then the live ot em andy theb tehoin
unless sworn to. A., penalty of fifty per kind voice Is to the heart what light Is tion he probably possessed n England which was a small rude platform or at jbark is ripped up lengt~wise with a lf u fm n ygrsb ~ai~ -PitdCia r otrCokEeyhn e nJwly
-cent. will be added after the 0th day to the eye. It is a light that sings as alone more churches and chapels dedi- times a simple loop of rope for the knife and gradually loosened until it house on my was y. ey
The Febuady.or will be at the following. well as shines.-Elihu Burritt- cated in his honor than any other holy passenger or baggage. The wooden may be easily removed. . pricuar pains wit hi ru shed Edsn Chogaphs and ecrds. Gette dSafety RAor an Blades.
-places in person, or by proxy, to re- personage.-Cornhill Magazine. h-. with its attached load, was pull- 1 The slices of bark are theu .phaced in apperane oi new ly tshed for
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plce in p , y students Most Have mghIdeala- rcross the chasm in either direction the sun to dry, and as they dry they
Duffie's Old Store. Thursday, Janu- Whatever the student's bent, what- Don't Talk of Your Health. by a towline attached to the block. curl up into quills. The next thing is toel td s out of the W A
ary 25, 1906. ever his ultimate intention in the way If you are not well don't talk about This rude contrivance is the genesis of to examine and arrange the cinnamon ow batinBy and ie the a * Optician.
Foreston. Friday, January 26. 1906. of practice may be, the same simple the most refined aerial ropeways of the according to its quality. The .persons good beated By the ere rugs uceotR.F oy
To do so onlyn excrerte renoate myn clothes were read oufeso tho supnso 'W.s 'WrHoyt.oeamn tec
Wilson's Mill. Saturday, January 2, rules will hold good. He must be ear- Ta do s only exaggerates your con present day and of the suspension whose work it is to xamine t e the tubs again. Week after week No. 6 South Main Street, SUMTER, . C.
1906. nest In his desire to learn, and he must sciousness of physical discomfort; also bridge also. which is, of a crude form. mou are obliged for this purpose to Ido3
Alcol, Monday, January , 1906 never be contented with partially un- It casts a shadow or gloom over other of very great antiquity. taste and chew it, although in a short w l yeste d in ymeh y but -
oe ,i e aDoge ts), Wednesday, d He must be methodical. people. They grow hesitant about ask- When the Spaniards first visited Pe- time it produces a very painful eicet was fin encoud cngehe but
January 316 working according to a plan and ready i-g you how you feel. It gives them ru they found suspension bridges which i on their mouths and tongues. een heating hse rugs.rAfter
Turbeville, Thursday, February 1. to sacrifice his personal pleasures and cold chills to be continually told that could be traversed by men and bur- As the cinngmon quills are examined sufe eatin hs ou, yte r THEN CATARRH
1906. comforts to carry out that plan. And you are "not very well" or "not so dened animals. Some of these bridges the smaller ones are inserted into the for a he a tmyene
Gowdy's Store, Friday, February 2. he must keep before him a high ideal of well" or "about the same." were of over 200 feet span and were larger, and the whole is tea tied up in forge whe ya t d etined o e- THEN CONSUMPTIO
1906. his professional duties, ever remember- Do you know that a good deal of formed of half a dozen cables of twist- bundles weighing about- eighty-eight he stairs oe, as o I A cold i thehead;is a-common a t,
Workman, Saturday, February 3 ing that his mission Is to prevent dis- this is imagination? If you braced up ed osiers stretched from bank to bank pounds each. .*oe taiscie ofedvin now I
1906. ease and heal the asick. h n a dch He ghasjc theird ouceitayueedasereon u rspsynherf.nunso-ltsa sropt maeubcseneannwc sosbachlo ndo he
C. n hal he ick Hehasjoiedand told people cheerily that you felt and passed aver wooden supports. In Ceylon teolof..cinuaon is usu- akg
E. C.,, DIC Od rean areti pofeon , omnswhre the tiptop nine chances in ten you would IThese cables were bound together by ally prepared by grindmig 'the coarsest saigm usoe hm"Nwad~h ud ies aar.Te olwteupesn yp
'_____ rewards are often incommensurate al- feel tiptop pretty soon.- You'd forget smaller ropes and were covered with pieces of bark. soaking this'- po myr P r gsover he."duc t gusing tt ich
together with the labors, but one where the ailing habit. a layer of bamboo, which formed a in sea water for two. or three-danys ad td s thawking disesea atarrh foll te ears s
toete wit the laos bu on whr E___ _ tom of R. "hwkn and spitting,"donggodIftorugl
ORTHWESTERN R. R. OF S. C. his power of doing good If thoroughly Don't let yourself become a slave to support for the roadway. - then distilling. Two ois pass over, oAe
TIME TABLE No. 6. and intelligently exerted will be great- such a miserable little absorber of -. .'. lighter the other hic-ae-mr than water. . po thetit, an aS . un-Sown and unfit
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might______________ beotandhereutasinhso__iiyw__mvbl i patical joker. The job was not pat- to hold, by thunder!' For the sake of.
-X . -SAT that Antony killed hiimself with a dag- every direction, has an area small th eeto fte~- -ented. Nobody thinks en9ough of the the "meister wie tried to restrain o Of either SeX and ail ages- Correspondenee SOilcied. Comean
- ' gerand ior oihr byt a n o floug dertil adtin thae tmes saeWith a Dead Wreu. I r vcntion to patent it. You couldn t irth, but the effort was not wholly see our stock Whether yOU mtend to buy or not.
- h~~~~er se le pat-isos r wy a ose eno iuge deafo ndarh am ieTe ihre of the- Isle of 2ion a1- sell practical jokers for 3 cents a bune ucsfl:Ifrl eivhwvr
AND INSURANCE. 1bt.5!~' arge enoug fr the aprcaio-f ~ from storm and dsas- if you should stand ut on the cornr that Wagner himself was secretly* *
large obects. an wwKDERMAIwy TeccafL iml eleehoee