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I have determined that it is. good business judgment to dispose of fall 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 de scription, includlig Odd Pants and Coats and Children's Knee Pants.
-A fine assortment of Men's Wool Underwear and Men's Dress Shirts, Window Shades, Bs~s us a
dies, 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 Manning before.
Remember this is only a Clearance Sale to makeroom 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 instead I simply MARKED DOWN,
CUT AND SLASHED the prices, that my patrons will get the full beniefit.
Don't fail to attend this sale. 4-.
STOP PAYING RENT,
BUY A HOME.
We have some-sp'endid 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.
Attorneys at Law,
M ZZ3mng~ , JI. 00.
Harvest Time Has Come.
YOU NEED A GOOD WAGON.
We have just received a full line of one and two horse
PIEDMONT . 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 buying elsewhere.
OUR HARNESS DEPARTMENT is well stocked 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 confidence.
When the weather gets cooler we will have in our Horses and Mules.
We guarantee what we sell and ask your patronage.
W. P. Hawkins & Co
MANNING, S. C.
- TkUG HFAKtof~fRVEL
* 8 ~ etween rhe
N0RTH AND SouTH
A passenger service unexcelled for luxury
andgomfort,equippedwith the.latest Pullman
Dining, Sleeping and Thoroughfare Cars.
For rates, schedule, maps or any informa
ilo, write to
* -. WMV. J. CRAIG,
General Passenger Agent,
Wilmingon, N. C.
PROPERTIES OF GLYCERIN.
Decomposes if Heated Jutennely and
Cryntallizes if Frozen.
One of the great advantages of glyc
erin in its chemical employment is the
fact that it neither freezes nor evap
orates under any ordinary temperature.
No perceptible loss by evaporation has
been detected at a temperature less
than 200 degrees F.. but if heated in
tensely it decomposes with a smell
that few persons find themselves able
to endure. It burns with a pale flame,
similar to that from alcohol, if heated
to about 300 degrees and then ignited.
Its nonevaporative qualities make the
compound of much use as a vehicle for
holding pigments and colors, as in
stamping and typewriter ribbons, car
bon papers and the like.
If the pure glycerin be exposed for a
long time to a freezing temperature it
crystallizes with the' appearance of
sugar candy, but these crystals being
once melted it is almost an impossi
bility to get them again into the con
gealed state. If a little water be add
ed to the glycerin no crystallization
will take place, 'hough under a suffi
edent degree of cold the water will
separate and form crystals, amid which
the glycerin will remain in its natural
state of fluidity. If suddenly subject
ed to intense cold pure glycerin will
form a gummy mass which cannot be
entirely hardened or crystallized. Al
together it is quite a peculiar sub
Chronic Constipation Cured.
One who suffers from chronie consti
pation is in danger of many serions all
ments. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup
cures chronic constipation as it aids
digestion and stimulates the liver and
bowels, restoring the notural action of
these organs. Commence taking it to
ldav and you will feel better at once.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does no't
nauseate.or gripe and is very pleasarit
to take. Refuse substitutes. The R.
B. Locyea Ortg Store. Isaac iM. Lo
.. Silent VIsdom.
Leey still. When trouble i -brewing,
keep still. Even whei slaiater is get
ting on his legs. keep still.- When your
feelings are hurt, keep .'ill-till you
recover from your excit ent at any
irate. Things look difeitly through
an unagitateQ eye. +
Dr. Burton relates ,.1h once in a
commotion he wrote a 1ter and sen't
it and wished he had not,.-dIn my iater
years," he said. "I tad'.another A$i
motion and wrote, a ofig letter; b&..
life had rubbed a' It'e sense into me,
and I kept that letter *in my pocket
agalst the day when I could look. It
over' without agitation and without
tears. I was glad I did. Less and r'ss
it seemed necessary to send it. I was
not sure it would do any hurt, but in
my doubtfulness I leaned to reticence,
and eventually It was destroyed.?
Time works wonders. Wait till you
can speak calmly, and then you will
not need to speak, maybe.
ludigestion is easily overcome by the
use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, becauseg
this rmedy digests what you eat and
gir es the stomach a rest--allows it .to
recuperate and grow strong aga.
Kodel relieves indigestion. Belching of
a,. sour stomach. heart-burn, etc., and
enie; thc digestive organs to trans
form all foods into the kind of rich, red
blood that makes health and strength.
Sol bhe an 13 LoTrva Drug Store.
Madison's Mint Julep Bet.
Among the crees at the edge of th,
lawn on the right hand side of thi
house as you face the mountains Jame
Madison built an Icehouse. This wa!
In 1809, and it was the first icehousi
In Orange county, Va. Ice in summer
His servants were incredulous. And hi
bet his overseer an iced mint julep o
the Fourth of July, against which th4
latter wagered a wild turkey. 01
course Madison won the turkey.-Coun
try Life In America.
The Common Mitake.
"Bliggins says that when he went tc
school he was one of the brightest boys
in his class."
"Yes," answered the sporting man;
"that's where so many of us fall down
-getting ont of our class."-Washing
A Surprise Party.
A pleasant surprise party may bi
given to your stomach and liver, b,
taking a medicine which will reliev
their pain and discomfort, viz: Dr
King's New Life Pills. They are a mosi
wondrful remedy, affording sure relie
and cure, for headache, dizziness and
constipation. 25c at The R. B. Loryev
The Satan of the GreekN.
The Greek conception of the evil one,
whom they call Yama, makes that per
sonage one of the most satanic of th(
whole evil tribe. According to theit
ideas of him, he is 240 miles high and
the hairs on his body stand out likt
palm trees on a mountain side. H(
punishes the doomed being submitted
to his charge by putting them in bedE
of boiling oil, sawing their bodies ir
two, pouring mdlten lead in their ear
and such other little pranks as pulling
out their tongues,. to. and finger naih
and gouging olit their eyes. He .is
heartless old fiend of the most -endist
.l4ind and has many other exquisite lit
t Je tortures laid up for,,.tha helpless
w ch consigned to his "chamber o
Before we can sympathi* wild
others, we must have. suffered Our
selves. No one can reaize. th e suffer
ing attendant upon -ai attackIc'of th(
grip, unless he-bas the. actual e.x
per ce.. Th$ frobably. no dis
e uch ysical aut
1wc- se' tuccessfully
V'l lhe.prompt use o:
the tens of who have usec
this remedy, not 'one case has ev-e:
been reported.'that has rsulted it
pneumonia ow-at has not .ecovered.
For sale by I-j..B -Lory;a Dr~u
A. ast Difrerence.
She-Mr. Riche -says very bittei
things about those lazy.sons.of his, bui
his wife Is always- making excuses foi
Ithem. He-Yes, she& mikes excuses
but he has to -ake allowances foi
them.-- Thate what angers bim.
Thoughts go orth to purposes, pur
noses .go f6rth fn actions, actions form
abitshtbIfs decide character, and
characte. 4'our destiny.-Tryon Ed
For any disease of the skin there i
nothing o better than Chamberlain'
Sale. It relieves the itching and burn
ing sensation instantly and soon e:Tect!
a cure. Sold by The, R. - B. Loryes
In English statutes of the sixteenth
century the punishment set down for
the crime of murdering by poison was
boiling alive, and a girl was actually
executed in that ghastly fashion. In
1538 Father Stone of Canterbury suf
fered the same death. A curious ac
t couut is in existence which gives the
amount paid "for two men who set the
kettle and paripolled him" nC} .to the
women that scoured the kWttle." The
sentence was not always carried out
with so much ferocity, for culprits were
sometimes hanged before being boiled.
In one case it is recorded that a man
was first hanged, then boiled and then
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signatue Of ( 7 A ~ :
The Cent Is Not Small.
With the exception of the English
penny, the cent is the largest minimum
unit of money in the civilized world.
Roughly spealing, our cent is worth 2
kopecks, 2 cents Mexican. Chinese and
East Indian, 2 atts or milliemes. It Is
two and a half times larger than the
cent of the Netherlands or the kreutzer.
There are 4 pies, ore, or pfennige to the
cent or 5 bani, centesimi, lepta, heller,
pennia, centimes or stotinki. A cent
Is worth 30 paras Turkish or 10 Japa
nese riu, 11 cash Chinese or 50 p4ras
Servian. What the trolley car con
ductors of Servia say when tendered a
Ate cent fare in paras would probably
not be fit to print.
Perfection can only be attained in
the physical by allowingf Nature to ap
propriate and not dissipate her own
resources. Cathartics gripe, weaken
dissipate, while DeWitt's Little Early
Risers simply expel all putrid matter
and bile, thqs allowing the liver to as
sume normal activity. Good foL tlie
complexion. Sold by It B. Loryea
"Oh, George. I don't think that new
safety razor of yours amounts to any
thing at all."
*Why not, dear?"
"Because I tried to -use it today, and
couldn't do anything with it."
-What were you trying to do with
"I was only trying to sharpen a pen
cil, and it wouldn't cut a bit."-4il
Net Alwavn a Sign.
"Knowit must be one of the
and best informed men in
"Why do you. think so'?"
"Because I understand hg
an intelligence office."
A Jamaleah Lady. Speaks Highly
berlain's Cough Remedy. -
Mrse-Michael Hart, wife of the -si
Ierintendent of:(art Service at King
ston, J-amacio:;. West indies Islands,
says tha~t sh.e has for some years used
Cimbpr19.n2s Cough Remedy fot
coughs, croup and whooping cough and
has found it very beneficial. She has
imnplicit confidence in at-and would not
bJe witota bottle of it in her -home.:
Sold by The R B. Torye. Drug- More.
Insensible to PaIn.
. mother's love for her children is al
ways- being illustrated, not only in
books, but in real life. A true story Is
told of a lady whose baby was very ill
and who sat watching the child with
absorbed attention, every instant fear
ing another convulsion and praying for
deliverance from It. At her side stood
an older child, who had stolen into the
room unobserved and who wais trying
to prick the little black slots. In mam
ma's muslin sleeve with a needle he
had found. Presently the.father came
in, aif. the little child. 'qas seen and
sent awAy. -.
"What is the matter-vith yourprm?"
whispered...te,gentleman t 7, -his wife
when at labiiey:ttrn'ed to dakehother
and smiled th'el'thankfulness that the
baby had fallen. asleep.
"I don't know," said ife...Nothing
that I am aware of." . -
She put up her hand'and fo~ini that
the thin muslin sleeve wi .soaked
with blood. The little ioy-had be .
so absorbed in his sport that he-:had
jabbed with all his might, and sie .in
her terrible anxiety had not felft~te.
Cl .L.S W2 X'L 2.A.
Bear the The Kind Yo gave Always Bought
Cleaning Men's Clothes
A tailor of fifty 'years' experience.
gives the following informatiQn: .-7
All men's clothing to b5e cleaned'
should be thoroughly beaten and brush
ed. Some things are so dirty it is ab
solutely necessary to wash them as
any other woolen goods. Iron on the
wrong side. Toamemove spots. use the
Two ounces of hartshorr, an ounce
of castile soap. a quarter of an. once
of saltpeter. Dissolve in a quart of
He has used many cleaning mit
tures, but considers this the best. Puf
a wad of soft cloth (like an old towel)
under the spot, saturate well and rub
hard. The secret of success lies in
hard rubbing, which will drive the
grease through into the wad of cloth.
Rub dark goods with dark woolen and
light goods with light. Press on right
side. with damp cloth between iron and
How to Prevent Bilous Attacks.
One who is subject to bilious attacks
ill notice that for a day or more be
fore -the attack he is not hnngry at
at weal times and feels dull after eat
ing. A dose of Chamberlain's stomach
and Liver Tablets when these first
symptoms appear will ward off the at
tack. They are for sale by The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
"Last Friday week was your birth
r. wasn't it?" asked Miss Wabash.
"Nonsense!" retorted Miss Boston.
"Why,.what's the matter?"
"It w'a* the anniversary of my birth.
m not an infant."-Philadelphia Press.
e would be a good match if
'wriumt for one thing. May-What
Ai - that? Belle-He has no head.
Ridicule 1s the first wnd last argu
ment of fools.-Simmons.
AL COLU RAILROAD.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS
Effective February 3, 1906.
NORTHEAST.-READ DOWN. SOUTHWEST.-READ UP.
No.1. No. 3. No. 5'- -No.2. No. 4. No.6.
Mixed. Mixed. Pass. STATIONS. Mxed. Pass. P s.
A. M. P. M. P. M. .P.M. A. M. P. M.
1015 3-00 745 0 Lv......... Alcoln. ......Ar 251 400 830 1120
1020 3'05 750 2 .............McLeod*............... 23 340 815 1105
10 25 3 10 755 5 ....... ...Harby .. ........ 201 335 8 10 11
10 30 2 15 800 7 .............. DuRant............1 330 805 10
1100 345 820 12 .............Sardinia..............13 300 7 35 1025
.1110 355 825 14 ........... 11 2 50 7 30 1020
1115 4 00 830 15 ...............Beard*................ 10 245 725 10 15
1125 4 10 835 17 ................ Seloc.*............. 2 35 720 10 10
1155 440 905 21 ...............Hudson*.............. 4 2 15 7 00 950
12 45 530 9 30 25 Ar..............Beulah...........Lv 0 200 645 935
P. M. 1P. M. P. M. P. M. A. M. P. M.
* McLeod, Harby, DuRant, Beard, Seloc and Hudson flag stations for all trains.
Mondays, No. 3. Tuesdays, No. 4.
\Wednesdays, No. 1. Wednesdays, No. 2.
Thursdays, No. 1. Thursdays, No. 2.
Frid, No. 3. Saturdays. No. 4 and 6.
Saturdays, No. 5.
P. R. ALDERMAN, F. L. COLLINS,
Trafiic Manager. Superintendent.
The Bank of Manninlg,
MANNING, S. C. Open
Capital Stock, -AA40,cun
Surplus, - 35,000
iy -- With Us.
Total Protection .
to Depositojrs, $115,000 You can then pay your
bills with checks which
- giQQ e return to you the
igfirst of each month and
which are thus made a
receipt in full for every
dollar you pay out.
You can always make change
with a check.
Bank of Summerton,
where every deal is characterized by Summerton, S. C.
absolute reliability and trustworthi
ness is the Bank where you may feel
Sure your money
Ladies will find it both- convenient and STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
pleasant to bank here. .Couny of Claeidoj.
By James M. Windham, Esq., Pro
STATE OF SOUTH baAROUNA1 e te Judge.
T * IN THE PROBATE COURT.
Clarendon CoUnty. HEREAS, Thomas C. Richardson
- ' I made suit to me to grant him
By James M. Windham, Esq., Judge I. letters of administration of the
of Probate. . estate of and effects of James M.
HEREAS, Braxton B. Thofpsona therefore to cite and
Wmade suit to me, to grant him Let- I Thsr hrfr oct n
tersof omensrati of the Estate. admonish all and singular the kin
and effects of Samiel R. Epps. dred and creditors of the said James
These are therefore to cite and ad- M. Richardson, deceased, that they
monish all and singular the kindred be and appear before me, in the
and 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 next, after publication thereof, at 11
Probate, to be'held .at Manning on o'clock in the forenoon, to show
the 1st day of'February next, after cause, if any they have, why the
publication thereof, at 11 o'clock in said administration should not be
the forenoon, to show cause, if aIn granted.
they have, why the said administra- Given under my hand this 1th
ion should~not be granted. _ day of Janary. A. I. 1900.
(jiven under my hand, this 16th JMSh.WNHM
day of Jarnuary, A. D. 1908. [SEAL.] fPoa
- JAMES. M..,WI2NDHAM, 16-3t1 Judge of Poae.
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