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troubles. Safe,' sure,
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complete treatment for
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- You can then pay your
. bills with checks which
we return to you the
- first'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.
Dank of SummeDtoR,
Summerton, S. C.
fwgchitdrear eafe, wue. Mo optate
Th Balik of Man1i11,
MANNING, S. C.
Capital Stock, - $40,000
Surplas, ~-. - 35,000
bility, - - -~ 40,000
to Depositors, $115,000
-who are making money and have some
to lay up for future use, should start a
bank account in
THE BANK OF flANNINGi.
The foundation of wealth is thrift
and those who would be comfortable in
their declining years must save.
KIL L THE COUCH
AN URE HE LUNCS
~ 7ONSUMPTION Price
~OLDS Free Trial.
Surest and Quickest Cure for aiJ
THROAT and LUNG TEOUB
,LES, or NONEY BACK.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store,
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
The Children's Favorite
Coughs, Colds, Croup and
ahl remd yis famos for i~Crso~
um or other harmi drugadmyb
given as conidently to a baby as to an adult
Price 25 cts; Large Size, 50 cts.
DR. J. A. COLE,
Nettles Building, upstairs.
MANNING, S. C.
* Phone No - .
DR. J. FRANK GEIGER.
MANNING, S. C.
DIAGRAM OF SAN FRANCISCO AND THE AREA SWEPT BY FIRE.
Amno:s the buildings destroyed are: 1. ferry house: 2. postoffice: 3. Merchants' Exchange: 4, Occidental hotel: 5, Crocker
building: 'G. San Francisco Chronicle building; 7, Phelan building; 8, office building; 9. Donohue building; 10, O'Brien build-I
ing: 12. city hall: 12. MJechanics' pavilion (used as a hospital); 13. old Spreckels building: 14, Academy of Sciences; 15,I
Flood building; 16, Claus Spreckels building, office of the San Francisco Call; 17. Palace hotel and Grand hotel.
HOME MISSONS. V p /T/" "
MANNING AUXILIARY4////. /
MR. CONDUCTED BY jv/ I'i
ent Press Work. -,
Cuban immigration in large
:numbers. dates from December
1868 when political refugees from
a revolution which lasted ten
years,sought refuge in KeyWest, ~~
Fla. Not very much was done
in the early years for these im- /'7
migrants. A few earnest preach-/
ers however. are enrolled as
workers among them.
In 1892 the Woman's Home
Mission Society began a primary
school at Ybor City--the -Wolf'
Memorial school. Two years
later it opened a second school
at West Tampa. At both of these
places a church, five day school %
and League have been developed 7
and also a day nursery. .
In 1898 the society sent two CASSRCES AIIN ODNGT AK
consecrated workers to begin CASSRCES AiIN ODNGT AK
work at Key West. From this SAN FRANCISCO EARTHQUAKE CUTS-9 SPEC. FEAT.-1906
effort has grown a first class
school as the Ruth Hargrove
Seminary, with a faculty of ten p u b 1 i c corruption and civic DrSsFpsted h astoomer
teachers and an enrollment of1 wrong. Such men "are the lead- r.amse ewoe was atooer e
50pupils-at least one-fourth. ers~ and allies of all engaged in: kied by the belief of his neighbors in
of them Spanish speaking. The the work for social and political his powers of consulting the stars
schools at Ybor City and West betterment." "To denounce mud- about terrestrial 'affairs. An old wash
Tampa have 235 enrolled, all slinging does not mean the en- erwoman at Greenwich who had been
foreigners. dorsement of whitewash," he robbed of her linen came to consult
The Cubans are not leaving said, But more important than him about its recovery. So he set about
Florida for Cuba as was expect- his remarks on the "Man with drawing squares and circles and sug
dd, but on the contrary larger the Muck Rake" was his decor- ge would if seent rea certi
and larger numbers go to our ation of belief that we shall soon foie her woldost e sined diftcheu
country, so that the work must be forced to deal with the prob- fhen sherls lnen inc a"dith. asten
be carried forward with unre- lem presented by the accumnu-ijoy" and a half crown in her hand for
mitting zel h oa Cto aino lag otns saying his fee he was not only very much suir
lics have a large, free Convent at that no amounit of chiarity in prised, but alarmed. "Good woman,"
Key West which boasted last spending money can atone for he said, "-I am heartily glad you have
year of 500 pupils enrolled, and misconduct in making it. Then~ found your linen, but I assure you I
one in Ybor City, West Tampa he expressed his personal con- knew nothing of it and intended to
and ampa - vctio tht:read you a lecture on the folly of ap
anTe schoos are successful in "We shall ultimately have to plin toan person to kno buevent
mental development, character consider the adoption . of some notain huaand oe soul teal uthe
building, better preparation for such scheme as that of a pro- 'him, and never will I attempt such an
lfe and for inculcation of spirit- gressive tax on all fortunes be-I affair again so long as I live."
ual truths as taught in the Holy yond a certain amount, either
Scriptures. given in life or devised or be- . Why Bmackie Wore the Plaid.
The work is owned of God and que~athed upon death to any indi. Professor Blackie frequently stayed
there are some bright examples vidual-a tax so framed as to at Dr. Donald Macleod's house in Glas
of the spirit of holiness among put it out of the power of the gowO nittght si thge doctoraw
them. The woki o es we foeo hs nrosIn his brusque way, "Whatever other
far the fact that so much is to fortunes to hand over more than faults I have, I am free from vanity."
'e weeded out before the good a certain amount to any one in- An incredulous smile on my face
seed sown can begin to spring dividual, the tax of course to be roused him. "You don't believe that
up. The surest way of reaching imposed by the national and not Give me an instance." Being thus
these p e op p1e is through the~ the State government. Such challenged, I said, "Why do you walk
school. for not only the child is taxation should, of course, be about flourishing a plaid continually?'
reached thereby, but the whole aimed merely at the inheritance "I'll give you the history of that, sir.
family. As the women go out or transmission in their entirety When I was a poor man and when my
but little except to work in the of those fortunes swollen beyond wie and I had ou difficulties, she one
factories,they are visited in their all healthy himits."-Pubhic oi- dayrew arattetion sutouth rand-ake
theworkingfomten dayildro- me to order a new one. I told her I
the orkig wmenday ur-could not afford it just then, when fihe
series are provided. Dne rmtePau. Iwn,'eanbewmn n u e
The work in Florida has furn- Teesgaedn ~ rmtepau w li hw nmysoles n
ished Cuba 83 per cent. of the! fOu'' n odsta r ope-Ihv onapadee ic nmm
preachers of all denominations. Iaet n~syutk r igsNwoyo e oigde.
Rheumatism Makes Life Miserable. "IsaGdedtpoleiininc
A happy home is the most valuableky nstem tpevnsicyi pieshs enosevdi
possession that is within the reach of PemnacrsL~ipgvswn h ot fFac.Tesieso
mankind, but you cannot enjoy it's corn-deflrleinAtmanHaFerhtrgonwninsrcofpy
forts if you are suffering from rheuma'andmkswa ug togeog iei h ovluu lwr.I
tism. You throw aside business carestowrofCospto.Cuhsn habenoicdhtawievrey
when you enter your home and you can Cls ~ n 10.Gaate yo pdrfeun~ h ht oes
be relieved from those rheumatic pams h vn o rgSorscesr .genshclrdvreymd h
also by applying Chamberlain's Paintm h 3 ore rgSoe
Balm. One application will give you re- _______ genfoeshshmadapn n
lief and its continued use for a short lvdpicplyi h ikfoes
time will bring about a permanent Dcme.Teclr ftetrevreiswr
cure. For sale by The Arant Co. Drug "ooyi ore oaasb h a is upsdt epraet u
Store, successors to The R. B. Loryea atta h ~efhmnho h eri a eetybe icvrdta h
The Man With The Muck Rake.so gtue t h sc e lcdintecovlulso
"Gross and reckless assaults dbcfrmMrhtJaurtoghehsbnuigasisoeFr
on character, whether on the!teodnmsothmotswrrespdr-ikwiegenadylw
supor in anewspaper, taa e.Btteewa n fte
zine, or book, create a morbid womd neiu s fi-i n ihntredy l eew~e
and vicious public sentiment and cnuarsal ruao tLos_______
at the same time act as a pro-incetimotlpamnsmd ThrisaubclbayinBt
found deterrent to able men of fute ie er runwe eeta a euainb hc
normal sensitiveness and tend to Dcme aerud hta tws mme atn atclrbo
prevent them from entering pub- tetnhmnho h eradt~r hc snt"n a ypyn
lie service at any price." Inouhtobtwleteemsbetosalsmscrehenxtrad
veltpay is rspecstotheen- he' Thaem danr Srtale plague I5hm otfcain
satin-mogersof te dalyadoI Couh'san British at ae o so prendti oncin-~atceo h
periodicl press.He like e nt,87 ons of tke aplain g's fiewo irr el fanauigicdn
them to unyan's"Manwihithe oter onConmsumteny yerold m emers.edacp f oe n
pied withhis malodrous "tas an codysien ou to pep eachin ip Thcokloi-ngi~h mdh
migh hae scurd.nthecousePneumowacrs enaoutppe, nies Ifn
H o hi addres a th laingof te rfu d relen proceding. Hay er, lnki nore ht TeGr
the ouseof pr-tbouard o Consuempeenn dtion, Coughs andbeket orhi tl
u~ods 0 and Svsopo. Garaoted be
Isenttive lastSatuday, The vaectnt. Dran soreh ha thsFia orig-uccessorsga
seemd tohim o bethebvios1"oboldy Ths woredr owever, was theSlerLnig
dangrs o hyserial ad unis-firt tad te with hist dail the, Thyearini elo uteaa
'andinsnuatons Chif aongIs ofl t e tenthl thaecember,"tis saysad tke
Ithe is he ange ofinciinga wrtr comfot to tdolfIn tevenogtheo an
reacion.The~ubl concie cien Thean sorn gotspre.used tohanwhoethe o
becomess~i~Thand thee are- ly whe th ewar~ was caaihift-atdinte miga
suit a enerl atitue etherofe Bolead''ams f thr oath aere r~1e~ad otblnst hscoc
cynca beie in'ad idifernc' rtaid But thr as onte orathm soffrunts
to pbli corunton r ele o wh mertade pouitynos Foyse oneC it--Li-t eeijrei
distrustful 'dicr i nius Ta mancy irmitato at Lonrds.
inabiliy to .. . undefr Agustu. THee woritess on- aov-y"eliedOHrac
- nte eteenth god nd~~th~ig hertimntlr soumnts nmae.slnl."Tstuhlc ohv e
bad. He autonedhis earerfouwrenf thm aTyer ageuinegly whndboeof"
howeeraganstassui~tha HDeebe a Troundn ato acage was ath tmgt aebe
he includedinhisthe A ent forth refute ayea n sbtierewre"rele asd. SpoeO
those riter who ae sobrlyhi the be teled thr coust and tols'hamewksagsiittth
such steadi invesidnt agaiste- AtC.Du toe ucsos
:r of he loinee.
spiaer Th t c a g oos
th sut o Fane.Th sidrso
hid in? th onovlu oer.I
hasben ntiedtha awhte aret
ofspdr rqunLdte htenwes
A grenih coore vaietymad th
greIdessi oe ndapn n
livd pinipaly n he in96 wes
AMO- !Z ICbuidigsdt-tryedar: 1 frr hose, 2 pstofie:3. Mechats Echanges wOietal fe: das. Cfotherin
in,-,:~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~h has been using 1.Mcaispaiin(sdaahoptl:1.odSrcesblig:4,A aso hinhome.5Fou
Flood uildig; 16 ClausSprecels bildin. offie of handa withinco three1,daysce altl wereranhhote.
MRS.mor to be accounte for."tnd .
uponn theoa-o bok' coiagrnthgibara
vumelt , paytiess % tro teen-snsbierntfcain
satiowhn-mogeclrsf hee alfnromQonr xeiino I hscneto aatceo h
peoioa press. Hased lien'othchpanhaafieolirrtesofnauinicdn.A
inthem torBunyean's fMan th he th odnTie wny er l, brds3- hn
mucrae." fwh anst soeoccu-cotiigterienwrrprsTebokotengi.hemdte
ed hwthr his maodrouse task n oywsgvnott ahsi utmr eoi n ndecus
thatke hadono tim.olo lf al.Teofcr a tfrtte trcie oiiain hstemm
mIgh 19he ecued.n' tHoureonwaaseeabutenesaifir-ortredasolw:
ofMisaddressit hea aiyin ftewrhdbe rceig h M.BakinomdtaTeGr
tcheo conto of Cithe' Woie leryancnrlo h rs a eLf eidHm snwi h i
seativpes la seSatuday tche aexiemnlaohitah
pr eset pampa.nAt botd o thatsewsae fiealce-wsamsie
dlanes of chytrcical dand us-cimadcniheoihhsdalosuTesiutolssldm ieaa
and insinueans Cief amveongohedeuo-ta eogie hstrt nae
the is9 the dangery ofenctin atofrwootef! tet'oghfwa
coesaea ander ther e- calamit isEKES '-eILated GOD N TE BARK.ha
woktyWe. Fo hi fAN FoleANCo.,ChiO, RigiAteKEngland) Pt belogst thscoic
sulots gnraln at d i t ercnyla-asss hot n ug cls f otnts
to in ry pub i or ut io or ac l se of a p e au f p o rpul io Foly- Honey bl Sur rstt e srn m r
nate~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ beweDhrod-ad etton aesmlrsudn ae . ollys"Tisd touh lo aveonyer
bead.he autionndhis heres 3wrof tuhe Th'e euie Fle-ry's han blod of ewsf."etc
howver puisaainst ssuminutht He and ais in a llo pckage- "och Fai byth, te miht nihves ben
ohem ncuddanis coeakinaTion As-k fork itr adrfsca and subs:tite. is worse, reoie casi. "supoe sta'd
tchoos wrter whoy ae sobryt bestr edy fTor deouhsuce sudr admeme eresageas An olt ash
Ta staiyveigh ngold againsign toe The R.BmLrean uStore.e-e a renihwohdbe
j9ow frequently are the honesty and
Integrity of man disposed of by a smile
or a shrug! How many good and gen
erous actions have been shrunk Into
oblivion by a distrustful look or stamp
ed with the Imputation of proceeding
from bad motives by a mysterious and
seasonable whisper! Look into com
panies of those whose gentle natures
should disarm them; we shall find no
better account. How often does the
reputation of a helpless creature bleed
by a report-which the party who Is at
the pains to propagate It beholds with
much pity and fellow feeling-that she
is heartily sorry for it; hopes in God
It is not true; however, as Archbishop
Tillotson wittily observes upon it, is
resolved in the meantime to give the
report her pass that at least it may
have fair play to take its fortune In
the world to be believed or not, ac
cording to the charity of those into
whose hands It shall happen to fall!
Abraham Lincoln, after being a mem
ber of congress, desired to secure a
clerkship in Washington, but he was
defeated by .ustin Butterfield. He
was disappointed, but had he not been
defeated he would have spent his life
In obscurity instead of becoming pres
Ident of the United States.
Oliver Cromwell was once on board
a ship bound for America, but he was
taken back by a constable, and the re
sult was that he became one of the
greatest men England ever knew.
Ulysses Grant would not have been
a military man had it not been that his
rival for a West Point cadetship had.
been found to have six, toes on each
foot instead of five.
The great silver mine. the Silver
King, had been discovered by the lucky
accident of a prospector throwing a
piece of rock at a lazy mule.
Ventilating the Simplon Tunnel.
The system of ventilation adopted for
the Simplon tunnel necessitates the
closing of each end. This is effected by.
huge canvas screens, which work auto
maticalry on the passage of a train.
Should the mechanism fall to lift the
screen the engine will tear through it
like a circus performer through a paper
hoop, and no harm can result.
Now She Hates Him.
She wished to break it to him gently.
"I have decided," she said, "to return
He, however, was a resourceful man
who did not believe In letting a wo
man get the better of him. "You
geedn't bother," he replied. "I buy
them by the dozen."
Helping Him On.
Mr. Timid-I-er-suppose your daugh
er has told you the-er-object of my
er-visit to you-er-this evening? Her
Father-Yes, young man, and she told
It better than you seem 'able to do.
Three of Them.
Dearborn-Do you know the seven,
wonders of the world? Wabash-Wellis
I know three of them. Dearborn-On-,
ly three? Wabash-Yes; I've only got
three sons, you know.
earst The Kind Yo!" Ha0 Always Boght
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon:
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
David Levi and Abe Levi as Exeecutors
of the Last Will and Testament of
Moses Levi,.deceased, Plaintiff,
Rufus Bowman, Defendant.
Judgmellt for Foreclosure and Sale.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Judgment Order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, in the above stated action,
to me directed, bearing date of Octo
ber 7, 1905, I will sell at public auction,
to the highest bidder for cash, at Clar
rendon Court House, at M'anning. in
said county, within the legal hours for
judicial sales, on Monday, the 7th day
of May, 1906, being salesday, the
following described real estate:
"All that piece, parcel or tract of
land, containing one hundred and four
(1%f acres, more or less, as per plat of
same drawn by J. D. Rutledge, D. S.,
February 16th, 1899, and bounding
and butting as follows, to wit:
North, North-East and East by estate
of James M. Caldgell: North-West by
lands of the estate of .1. D. Dingle;
South by lands of M rs. E. J. Mellette.
and West by lands ofissid S. L. Rantin."
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. GAMBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Manning, S. C., April 10, 1906.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County, on the 11th day
of May. 1906, for~ Letters of Dlscharage
as Administratrix of the Estate of
Archie T. Buddin. deceased.
MARGARETT A. BUTDDIN,
Ne w Zion, S. C., April 11, 1906.
W. 0. W..
Woodmen of the World.
Meets on fourth Monday nights at
Visiting Sovereigns invited.
Sore Muscles, Cuts
Burns & Scalds
AMAll Dealers Price~f3/Odi 00
Dr.EarI S.Sloan -
n... Oaodai Prevents Pneumonua
The Arant Co. Drug
Cures Biliousness, Sick
Headache, Sour Stom
ach, Torpid Liver and
Plqasant to take
The Arant Co. Drug
Do You Want
THEN COME OR SEND TO US.
We have the best equipped Tailor
ing Establishment in the State.
High Art Clothing
solely and we carry the best line of
Hats and Gent's Furnishings in the
Ask your most prominent men who
we are, and they will commend you
J. L DAVID & BRO,,
Cor. King & Wentworth Sts.,
O1HARLESTON, - S. C.
Buggies, Wagons, Road
Carts and Carriages
With Neatness and Despatch
R. A. WHITE'S
I repair Steves, Pumps and run water
ppes, or I will put down a new Pump
If you need any soldering done, give
me a call.
My horse is lame. Why? Because I
did not have it shod by R. A. White;
the man that puts on such neat shoes
and makes horses travel with so much
We Make Them Look New.
We are making a specialty of re
painting old Buggies, Carriages, Road
Carts and Wagons cheap.
Come and see me. My prices will
please you, and I guarantee all of my
Shop on corner below R. M. Dean's.
R. A. WHITE,
MANNING. S. C.
+4n. gns W aeyu +
matter barn door wsi he naed o
WE SURE TOLALL AOT
oppon'tbe utinb tavel
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Atoney abndr whnlopreda
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. frm WIfe negtis. S.4iE -RA.
MANIN, S C
Money I t0IoH Luo a .
DYS PEPSIA CS
DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
T'as S1 .00 botle cornaina 2% times the trial size.which :eps for 50 centa
PREPAREb ONiY AT XNE LADORATOZY OP
E. C. DeWITT & COMPANY. CHICAGO. ILL
;tore, Successor to the it. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Cleanses the system
thoroughly and clears .
sallow complexions of
* ., pimples' and blotch
aXative Frit dup
It is guarnt d
Store, Successor to The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
THE ARGYLE HOT-L.
Open for Theatre Parties and Special Dinners.
EOURF EA N P L A N
OPEN FROM3 7-A. M.g 1FA J N CHA.RGE OF
TO 12-1 P . THE R EST AUR ANT, MR.?C. A. MERRIT
- CHARGES REASONABLE.
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.
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The- Kind You, av
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A peifeci Remedy for Couisfip- ,
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FacSimite Signature of
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For Convenience, and Safety,
FieIsurance.e nLIocic, Bonded Ofiers and Besuar Exma i ons, ad oureon
tmnued growth is evidence of the confidence reposed in us by the people :0 M5nninl
and the surrounding' country.
Deposits October 1, 1904, $38,154,82.
Deposits October I. 1905, $72,559.67.
If your patronage has in any way contributed to our success, we thank you for same,
if you are not already our patron,-you are invited to become one.
Bank of. Clarendon~minges.o.
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I ~ PITTSBURG, PENNT.,
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~ HE -
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is-OF PHILADELPHIA, PA.
S A practical, mutual, profit-sharing American Company. No stock
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.i Ratio of Assets to Liabilities........................... .21.
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SColumbia, S. C., and Manning, S. C. _