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THE RELIANCE LIFE INSURANCE CO,
Has complied with the State laws of 44 different States. confines its operation
to the United States. Issues every conceivable form of insurance and has a
number of attractive features that have never been embodied in any other con
Is the Only Company that Issues the Famous
1st. It provides for cash loans: 2d. Cash values: 3d. Incentestible after one
year: 4th. Paid up values: 5th. Thirty days' grace after the first premium is
paid: 6th. Extended values:'th. The paid up values participate in dividends:
Sth. It has a
Total and Permanent Disability Clause.
That is if the insured becomes totally disabled by disease or accident the pre
mium ceases and the policy is automatically paid up for face value. the privilege
and benetit. remaining the same as if the premiums had been rerularly paid by
the insured. 9th. It also provides tbat if the poliry-hoider should make ten
payments on the 20-payment plan and cease paying premiums the company will
pay his estate $1,000 for every $1,000 applied for should the insured death occur
during the second 10-year period and will not deduct a single premium from the
face of the policy. 10th. Should the insured continue to pay his premiums dur
ing the second 10-year period and if death should occur during the second 10
years the company will add every premium to the face of the policy that has
been paid during this period and pay it in cash plus the face of the policy.
11th. This policy can only be obtained from
Reliance Life of Pittsburg,
the companv having the LARGEST ORIGINAL SURPLUS to policy-holders
of any COMPANY IN THE WORLD-A SURPLUS OVER THE RESERVE
AND ALL OTHER LIACILITIES OF OVER ONE MILLION EIGHT
HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS.
Its Board of Directors is composed of recognized financial ability and busi
ness integrity, it is officered by practical and experienced insurance men.
The right man can secure a position by applying to
JAMES H. REED, President
Reliance Life Insurance Co.,
IT ANDI BELOW CO ST.
Come and buy today
Summerton, S. C.,
STOP PAYING RENT,
BUY A HOME.
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
avnIf eou hae lnd 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'BRY AN,I
Attorneys at Law,
Harvest Time Has Come.
YOU NEED A GOOD WAGON.
We have just received a full line of one and two horse
PIEDMONT AND H[ACXNEY WAGONS
that wve propose to sell at close figures. These Wagons. are guaranteed.d
We also have in our wareroomns an excellent ass.ortment of standard
Buggies from the best manufacturers, and will ask that y ou inspect them
OUR HRESS DEPARTMENT is well stocked with Sgleand 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.
~ INE. 1 UGHAR:o-W VEXL
N ORTH J NDSOUTH
A passenger service unexcelled for luxury
and comfort, equipped with the latest Pullman
Dining, Sleeping and Thoroughfare Cars.
For rates, schedule, maps or any informa
tion-, write to
WM. J. CRAIG,
General Passenger Agent-,
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no reaso Block.
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Summ erlton, S. C.
be ~~A Accountpatofteconr.adcaliI
bc responded to by Mr. A. J. *Whitc. fureri~ Notice is hereby given to all voters
director and undertailcer. nig~ht or day.- within the corporate limits of the Town
w. E.JENKNSONco.1 of M-anning who may desire to vote in
Wheconin municipal election to be
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Editor The Manning Times:
Messrs. J. A. Roland, J. F. and D. M.
Turbeville, and Dr. W. H. Woods, of
this place were among the members
who heard Sam Jones in Manning last
Mrs. W. L. Brown, after a visit to
friends here, has returned to her home
Mr. Clyde Turbeville, who is attend
ing school here, spent Saturday and
Sunday at his home, near Lake City.
Miss Julia Benton, of Sardis, spent
last week with her sister. Mrs. J. L.
Last Thursday. the passenger train
of the Alcolu Railroad wrecked a few
miles below here. There was little dam
age and no one was hurt.
Messrs. S. C. and J. M. Turbeville,
and Dr. W. H. Woods left yesterday
afternoon for Columbia, where they go
to attend the celebration of the 42nd
anniversary of the Knights of Pythias.
The new store of Mr. S. C. Turbe
ville is completed and is being painted.
Mr. Turbeville expects to occupy it in
a short time. *
A telephone line has been built con
necting New Zion with this place.
They never gripe or sicken, but
cleanse and strengthen the stomach,
liver and bowels. This is the universal
verdict of the many thousands who use
DeWitt's Little Edarly Risers. These
famous little pills relieve headaches,
constipatiou, biliousness, jaundice,
torpid liver, sallow complexion, etc.
Try Little Early Rtisers. The it. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
Happenings in the Sandy Grove Section:
Special to The Manning Times:
The following was on the honor roll
for-last month. Corrie May Webber,
Lila 11cFaddin, Daniel Driggers, Hoyt
Ham, Birk Driggers. Reuby Platt,
Mr. E. H. McFaddin spent last Sat
urday in Lake City.
Mr. W. D. McFaddin and daughter,
Lula spent last Saturday with Mrs. T.
P. Fullmore of Salem.
Miss Emily Bell who has been teach
ing the Hieks school has returned to
her home in Orangeburg.
Miss Lula Kennedy of Lake City
spent last week with her father.
We are very glad to hear Miss Alma
McClam is able to be out again after a
severe case of grippe.
Miss Corrie May Webber is very
Littie Miss Jeanette McFaddin is
visiting her grandfather Mr. W. D.
Lake City Feb. 19, 1906.
Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar.
Foley & Co.,. Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
and Tar many imitations are offered
for the genuine. These worthless imita
tions have similar sounding names. Be
ware of them. - The genuine Foley's
Honey and Tar is in a yellow package.
Ask for it and refuse any substitute. It
is the best remedy for doughs and colds
The R. B..Loryea Drug Store, Isaac
Editor The Mannina Times:
The gifted and earnest English
woman, Miss Christine I. Tinling lec
tured here on last Friday evening to a
large and attentive audience.
Miss Madge Craig spent last Satur
day in Sumter.
Miss Nonie Corbett has closed her
school at St. Paul and is at home
again, much to the delight of her
There will be two temperance medal
ontests at the Paxville academy on
next Friday evening at 8 o'clock. No
admission will be charged, but a col
lection will be taken for the temper
nce cause in our town.
Mr. Alva Curtis returned to Wil
mington last Saturday after several
ays visit at his home here.
Misses Annie and Beulahi of Man
ing are visiting at the home of Mr.
T. P. Brown.
Presiding Elder Browne held the
first quarterly conference of the Pine
wood charge here last Saturday and
Snday. His sermons on both days
were good. X.
Paxville Feb. 19.
In Self Defense.
Major Hamm, editor and manager of
the Constitutionalist, Eminence, Ky.,
when he was fiercely attacked four
four years ago by piles, bought a box
f Bucklen's Arnica Salve, of which he
says: "It cured me in ten days and no
trouble since." Quickest bhealer of
burns, sores, cuts and wounds.- 25c. at
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
. Panola Dots.
Editor The Mannmng Times:.
On account of the inclement weather
the farmers are very much behind with
Married on the 7th, at the home of
the bride's parents, by the Rev. Porter,
Mr. Robert Briggs, of Silver, and Miss
Grace DesChamps, of Panola.
Miss.Sarah Harvin of Manning spent
last week with Miss May Harvin.
Among the worshipers last Sunday
t Andrews Chapel there were four
lady school teachers present and some
of the younst men were all smiles.
Miss Etta Livingston returned to her
home at St. George last Saturday after
spending sometime with relatives here.
Mr. Claude Harvin of Sumter is
spending a few days at the home of his
Died on the 5th, after a brief illness,
t the home of her son, Mr. F. H.
Chewning, Mrs. Elizebeth Chewning,
aged about fifty-five years. The de
:eased was member of St. Andrews
Methodist church, and her daily walk
was with Jesus. Why should we mourn.
when one of these earthly saints passes
from this world of sin into eternal rest
Her remains were laid to rest beside
her husban'd. W.
-'Don't Deceive Yourself.
Don't deceive yourself. If you have
indigestion take Kodol Dyspepsii Cure.
It will relieve you. Rev. W. E. Hoc~ut.t,
South Mills, N. C:;.says: "I was trou-.
bled with chronic indigestion for sevs.
eral years: whatever I ate seemed to.
cause heartburn, sour stomach, ~liutter
ing of my heart, and general depres
sion of mind and body. My druggist
recommended Kodol, and it has reliev=
ed e I epn a eat anything and
sleep sourrdlya:r night. Kodol Digests
what y.ou eat . The R~. B. Loryea Drug
"eme .. Have' Niz Cornxered.
9he' -tice was .discoursing to the
efisonsthe w~o'des of nature. "Take
the-rmiJir illustiration of the sti~ng of
a wasp," fle said, ''as compared with
the findsite xeedle. When enamied
through aInfeoscope the sting Is still
sharp, smoothi and polished, while the
dedle appears blunt and rough.
"pIt s so-with everything. The works
of nature -are Indinitely superior -t
thoe"ot' art. Try how .we may, we
cnnot improve on nature."
* 'It isn't so with my eyes, teacher,"
saif:4 -lttle girl in the elass.
"Why, how Is that, Nellie?" he asked.
."'Cause nature made me cross ..
she said, "and the doctors gej~
WHEN GAS WAS NEW.
Presient of F r-'t Company Made
Gas had as rau 1euity in making
its way in N ), y -k city apparently
as did the steci ::wi skyscraper. In
each case it reg:1rd a man who had
the courage of hi, convictions to prove
that it was safe, but wheu once it was
shown that the benerieti v/re greater
than the daugers gas and skyscrapers
took their places as ncce.ities. In the
case of the Akyser.per the designer had
to couvince thw owner. w:ho had be
come somewhat fearful of the succ'ess
of his venture because of the com
ments of his friends, by signing a lease
for an otiice on the top floor for a
long term of years. In the case of gas,
although it had been used in London
and other American cities before it
was introduced into New York, Sam
uel Leggett, the president of the com
pany that proposed to bring the mueh
feared illuminant into use here, had to
prove its harmlessness in his own
house. This was in 1823.
His heroism attracted a good deal of
attention and proved to be a good ad
vertiseineut, for hundreds if not thou.
sands of persons visited the house to
see the illuminant which was said to be
so much better than candles and fish
oil lamps. The house .was In the up
town fashionable quarter of the city,
on Cherry hill. It was at 7 Cherry
street, only a few doors below the big,
square Franklin House, in which Pres
ident Washington lived when New
York was the capital, and near the cel
ebrated Cherry gardens. It was a nar
row, three story and attic brick struc
ture with two dormer windows. An
abutment of the Brooklyn bridge now
occupies the site.
Stories of the explosive character of
gas had spread without the aid of a
press agent, and persons hesitated
about having the pipes run through
their houses. They were willing to
have some one else make the experi
ment, however, and curious enough to
visit the house of the venturesome one
to see what happened. For the time
being all roads in the evening seemed
to lead to Mr. Leggett's house. Groups
gathered outside in the darkened street
to witness the process of "lighting up."
Many a couple from the other fashion
able quarter, State street and the foot
of Broadway, gave up the evening walk
along the Battery. to wend their way
up Pearl street in the moonlight to 7
Cherry street to see the novelty. There
were eager visitors from surtounding
towns. Mr. Leggett-3is not averse to
showing people how 'much better gas
was than any other form of Illuminant
by taking them through the house.
This fact, becoming known through
out the city, added to the numler of
visitors, and not infrequently when
Mr. Leggett, basking inthe light of no
toriety in his drawing room, saw faces
peering in at him from the outer dark
ness he would go to the door and in
vite those without to come in. It was
several years before the prejudice
against gas could be altogether wiped
out.-New York Tribune.
This is to certify that all druggists
are authorized to refund your money
if Foley's Honey and Tar fails to cure
your cough or cold. It stops the cough,
eals the -lungs and prevents serious
results-from'a cold. Cures la grippe
ough and. prevents pneumonia and
onsumption. Contains no opiates. The
genuine is in a yellow package. Re
fuse substitutes. The R. B. Loryea
Drug Store, 1saac M. Loryea, Prop.
THE TAIL OF A COM-AET.
Its Ever- Changing Mass and Why It
-Filees From the sun.
The tall of a comet Is not formed of
the same particles which composed it
yesterday or even an hour or a moment
ago. It Is constantly being renewed at
the expense of the nucleus. As the long
stream of black smoke from the neigh
boring factory or mill Is being continu
ally renewed by fresh particles of car
bon released by the combustion going
on .in the furnace below, so is the wdn
derful luminous train of cometary bod
es being conitantly replenished 'by
particles flying 'from or rather driven
from the nucleus by the intense heat of
Then. again, how infinitely small and
how intensely luminous must these par
ticles that go to make up the tall of a
comet be! This thought is suggested by
the fact that it has been proved that in
some cases the nucleus of comets which
are only a few hundred miles in diame
ter will have .enormous fanlike tails
stretching across space for a distance
exceeding"200,000,000 miles and having
a .bulk exceeding that of the sun by
more than 10,000 times! Professor E.
B. Barnard beautifully Illustrates the
formation of a comet's tail by "suppos
Ing" thus: "Suppose, for example, that
the nucleus of a comet is composed of
Ice. Then suppose the .heat of the sun
to be so intense as to rapidly melt that
portion of the ice globe exposed to the
action of Its, rays, which are strong
enough to immediately convert It into
vapor,-which ascends toward the sun.
"Imagine no'y a' fierce' wind blowing
out from the sn causing the vapor
which meets i't to be whirled out into
space behind the comnet. This -will
clearly llustrate the~theory- of the for
mation of a- comet's tall, only that the
nucleus of the comet Is -not Ice and the
vapor is not water vapor, neither Is the
force which drives it away from the
sun a fierce wind."
The unknown force hinted at-by the
astronomer above quoted readily "ex
plains why a comet's' tail, as a -rule,
points In an opposite direction to the.
.. The Ru~ssian astronomer :Bredie
een distinguishes three different types
of cometary tails-thos'e composed of
particles having the specific gravity of
hydrogen, those having the specific
gravity of lbydrocarbon gas and a third
clasa hgving all the peculiarities of an
equal mixture of hydrogen and iron
More than half minkind over sixty
years of age suffer from kidney and
ladder disorders, usually enlargement
f prostate gland. This is both painful
ahd dangerous, and Foley's Kidney
jire should be taken at the first sign
*of danger, as it corrects irregularities
nd has cured many old men of this dis
ease. Mr. Rodney Burnett, Rock Port,
M~o., writes: "I suffered with enlarged
prostate gland and kidney trouble for
years and after taking two~bottles of
Foley's Kidney Cue feel better than
have for.,twenty ~rs although I am
ow 91 y'earsh ol'd" T'he R. B. Loryea
Drug Store, IggecM. Loryea. Prop.
Mistress (oil --he second day to new
cook)-Kathi, just be so good as. ..o
led- me 5 markis. Cook (aside)-HaI,
ha" Tliat's *rhy she said yesterday the
cook in her house was treated as one
of the amily! -
It is only by labor that thought can
be made. bealthy, and only by thought -
that- labor can be made happy, and the
twi cannot be separated with lnpuni
THE~ ARGYLeR HOTEL.e
Open for Theatre Parties and Special DiAners.
E- U R 0 P__, E AN A N .
OPLN FROM 7 A.a.T ~IN CHARGE OF .
TP.M. HE RESTAURANT, MR.NC. A. MERRITT.
ROOMS EN SUITE, WITH AND WITHOUT PRIVATE BATHS.
NEW ENTRANCE ON HASELL STREET. -
Charleston's First and Only Modem European Plan Hotel.
THE ARGYLE HOTEL CO., Proprietors.
OU R "R1CORD
With medicines as with other things, the surest test of 40 YEAS
worth is the length of time they have the confidence of C -a-s
the people. The efficacy of S. S. S. has been thoroughly
proven by experience, and so successful has it been that
today it is the best known and Raost widely used blood
remedy in the world. For diseases such as Rheumatism, Catarrh, Scrofula,
Skin Diseases, Sores and Ulcers, Contagious Blood Poison1 and other troubles
due to an impure and poisoned condition of the blood, no re:nedy acts so
promptly and thoroughly as does S. S. S., and thousands throughout the
country, cured of such diseases, are daily recommending it to others sim
larly afflicted. ITS FORTY YEARS OF EXISTENCE HAVE BEEN
FORTY YEARS OF CURES. S. S. S. is a blood purifier of th'ihighest
order, containing properties necessary to cure blood troubles of every character,,
and which make it the greatest of all tonics. It goes into the blood and drives
out any and all impurities, and makes this stream of life strong and healthy,
and when this is done diseasecannot-remain. Being made entirelyirom roots,
herbs and barks, chosen for their healing, purifying and building-up proper
ties, it does not injure-any of the delicate organs or tissues of the body as do
those medicines which contain Potash, Mercury, Arsenicorotherharfulm
erais, but cures safely as well as permanently. S. S. S. reaches deep-seated
.nd inherited cases on which the ordinary Sarsaparillas and tonics have no
effect. it is no experiment to use S. S. S.; it is a remedy with a record; it
has proven its worth and ability by its forty years of-cures. If you need a
blood remedy begin the use of S. S. S.; write us about your case and let ouI
physicians advise you and send book on the blood; no charge for either.
7HE SWIFT SPECIFiC COs, ATANTA.GA
Alderman Stock Farm.
For sale at all times, at prices to suit the farmer and of breed- 7
ing and qua:0-lications to Suit the fancier,
SHORTHORN AND JERSEY CATTLE,
AND BERKSHIRE HOGS
of either sex and all ages. Correspondence solicited. Come and
see our stock whether you intend to buy or not.
ALWOLJT, S. 0.
D. W. ALDERMAN, Prop. .SAM'L G. BRYAN; Supt.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS
Effective February 9, 1906.
NORTHEAST.-READ DOWN. SOUTHWEST.-READ UP.
n. 1. NO. 3. No V5. ~ No.2. No.4. -No.6.
e. ie. Me. . STATIONS. Mixed. Mixed. Mixed.
A. M. P. M. P.M. 1P. M. A. M.. A. 2
11 00 1230 745 0 Lv......... AiColu.........A 25 500 830 920
11 05 1235 750 2...........McLeod 231 450- 815 910
1115 1245 800 5. .......Harby . 20 440 810 900
1120 1250 805 7... 435 805 855
11 45 1 15 830 12.Sardinia............ 13 410 740 830
11-55 1 25 840 14...........New Zion*........... 1 400 730 820.,
12 00 1 30 845 15B............. 10 355 725 815.
1215 145 900 .............Seloc.f...8 $40 710 800
1 00 2 30 945 21............Hudont..4 315 645 735
1 30 300 1015 25 Ar.......... . 0 300 630 726
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Thursdays, No. 1.WeesysNo2
Fridays, No. 3. Tusas o2
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