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We have the following seasonable Goods at prices that will interest you:
HADIOCKS. Our line of Haminocks is perhaps the best ever shown
in our town. They are rich in coloring, commodious in size, and are well made.
Get our orices and we will :onvilce You that they are good values
we sell the Arctic Ice Cream Freezer: it has been the most satisfactory
of arv Freezer we have ever brought to the market.
We have a nice line of Gem Ice Shaves, Ice Picks. etc.
Do not fail to see our tall Glass Vases for longstem flowers, they are
splendid for use on dining table.
We have too, a lot of Perfection Oil Cook Stoves. These Stoves are not
only great fuel savers, but are the greatest comfort in warm weather, doing
away with the necessity of making fire in the range in the morning or evening.
They will greatly aid you in keeping your house comtortable during the heated
We have just received a nice lot of Flower Pots and Churns. These are
nice. clean goods and are the strongest stoneware that is made.
. Do not fail to see us for MIowers and Rakes. We are selling, as we have
for a number of years past. the Deering Mowers and Rakes. We are sure that
this Mower is by far the best thing on the market. It combines lightness of
draft with strength of construction. We ask that you examine your neighbor's
old Deering Mower. You will find that it has withstood all kinds of hard usage.
The Mowers we have are the latest designs from the factory and are splendid
W e still have a good stock of American Field Fencing to select from. Get
our prices, we are sure that we have the best constructed Fence made. We
buy this in carload lots and get the lowest prices obtainable. See us when in
Very truly yours.
Manning Hardware Co.
For Convenience and Safety,
You should deposit your money in a good bank. As for safety, we have Burglary and
Fire Insurance. Time Lock. Bonded Ofticers and Regular Examinations, and our con
tinued growth is evidence of the confidence reposed in us by the people of Manning
and the surrounding country.
Deposits October 1, 1904, $38,154,82.
Deposits October 1, 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, xniz,s.o.
If You Were Asked
to give your reasons for believing that the
'Home Life Insurance Co. of New York
is one of the best companies, you would probably answer because is is
Old, Strong and Reliable !
BECAUSE it ss more than a generation since it was chartered.
BECAUSE its business from the outset has been ably and conservatively
managed, and its growth has been healthy.
BECAUSE its investments have always been prudently made, and its
financial affairs kept well in hand.
BECAUSE of the high character of the securities it has always held. .
BECAUSE the Policy-Holders have been most amply protected, all olaims
having been promptly and honestly settled.
dis this not the Company to recommend to your friends ?
This is what the best known papers have to say:
Honest company found at last by the insurance investigators. Home Life is square.-Ne~w
Haven Union, 12-1-O5.
The good record made by the Home Life on Friday stood the test of further examination
yesterday.-N. Y. World, 12-12-0S.
Home Life fought shy of high finances. Insurance company found with clear bill--Wash
ington Times, 12-11-05.
Mr. Hug'oes was moved to make this comment: "You have apparently $74.000.000 Insurance
in force: how is it possible for you to do all that business with all your accounts on your books."
-N. Y. Times, 12-9-0S.
The Home Life sugplied one of the marvels of the present investigation.-an insurance
company without any obvious scandals.-N. Y. Tribune, 12-12-05.
The investigating committee hast at last found one company with what is apparently a per
fectly clean record.-N. Y. Commercial, 12-12-05.
Mr. Hughes failed to bring out a single questionable transaction.-N. Y. Sun. 12-12-OS.
Inquisitor Hughes ends one insurance company that benefits patrons.--Cincinniati Post.
Honesty found in an insurance copay No "yellow dog"' fund. No campaign or legis
lative payment by Home Life.-N. Y. Wol'12-9-05.
When President Ide of the Home Life Insurance.Company finished his testimony before
the Armstrong Committee this morning Mr. Hughes sighed: ".It- hopeless!" He harvested a
mighty small crop ot admissions.-Eveniing Sun. N. Y., 12-11-05.
The Horne Life Insurance Co.
of New York is one of the strong and reliable financial institutions of the
country. Its successful career of over FORTY-FOUR YEARS has been
the result of careful and conservative management and honorable dealing
with its Policy-holders..
TH-E HOE LIFE of New York is one of the strong, reliable financial
institutions of the country. Its successful career of over FORTY-FOUR
YEARS has been the result of careful management and honorabie dealing
with its Policy-holders.
For further information write to
S. E. INGRAM,
Manning, S. C.
Dividends Apportioned Ever'y Year.
S. E. INGRAM, District Agent,
Manning, S. C.
WILSON BROS., General Agents,
Columbia, S. C.
SS. L. KRASNOFF, Undertaker,
J1. W. tIiRIOT, Funeral Director.
Open day and night to meet the demands of the needy. Our Un
Sdertaking Establishment is complete in every respect. We carry 2
Coffins from -$2.00 to $25.00: Caskets from 810.00 to -8300., finished and
draped in the most artistic manner. We hate Hearses for both white a
Sand colored people.
Residences, halls, rooms and contents disinfected by the most ap
Sproved methods of modern science, destroying all contagious and in- :
Sfectious germs of every nature.
8. IL. Krasnoxff.
Ilanning, $. C.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS
~Ffective May 1st, 1906.
NORTHEAST.-READ DOWN. SOUTHWEST.-READ UP.
No.1. No. 3.jNo. 5.l i No. 2. No. 4. No. 6.
Mixed. Mixed Mixced.I STATIONS. Mixed. Mixed.. Mixed
A. M. P. M. - 1P. M.
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2 05 7 5c ..--.... --.......... McLeod*............... 231 7*45 . -. ---
2 15 8 00 ... .. 5 -.......Harby*- -- -- 20 7 40 .--.
220 805... .. 7 .......DuRant::-.... . ... 1 735 .... ....
245 8 30 ...-- 12 ........... Sardinia.............. 13 710 ...-- ----
2 55 5 40 .-.--- 14j...------ . -- New Zion*............ 1 7 0 ....
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4P3. 101P.M . .- -I r........eulah.... ........Lv 016 00 .......---- ----
* All stations except Beulah and Alcolu are ftag stations for all trains.
Mondays, No. 2. Fridays, No. 1.
Tuesdays, No. 1-.audyN..adN.3
Wednesdays. No. 2 and No. 3. Stras o .adN.3
Thursdays, No. 2.
P. R. ALDERMAN. F. L. COLLINS.
"Some grocers." remarked the Cus
tomer, "have an offhand way of weigh
ing sugar, but I notice you're not one
"Offhand way? How do you mean?"
asked the grocer.
"I noticed you kept your hand on
the scales just now while you meas
ured out five pounds for me."
Only small souls assume exclusive
airs. The more truly a man the moze
simple do we find him. Rarely do we
come in contact with a person from
whom we may not receive something
if we meet him on the plane of a kind
ly human sympathy. It all -lies in our
Cured of Bright's Disease.
Geo. A. Sherman. Lisbon Red Mills,
Lawrence Co., N. Y., writes: "I had
kidney disease for many years and had
been treated by physicians for twelve
years; had taken a well known kidney
medicine and other remedies that were
recommended but got no relief until I
began using Foley's Kidney Cure. The
first half bottle relieved me and four
bottles have cured me of this terrible
disease. Before I began taking Foley's
Kidney Cure. The first half bottle re
lieved me and four bottles have cured
me of this terrible disease. Before I
began taking Foley's Kidney Cure I
had to make water about every fifteen
minutes, day and night, and passed a
brick-dust substance, and sometimes a
slimy substance, and sometimes a slimy
substance. I believe I would have died
if I had not taken Foley's Kidiiey
Cure." The Arant Co. Drug Store.
A Puzzling Trick.
Take a piece of writing paper about
three inches scifare and with a lead
pencil, the point of which has been
dipped in water, draw a circle, a
square, a triangle or any other geo
metrical figure. Put the paper care
fully on a pan of water. letting it float
and leaving the surface dry. Carefully
drop water on the surface of the paper
until the space -within the figure is
filled. The moistenedpencil lines wil
keep it from flowing outside the figure.
Now place the point of a pin over some
point In the figure near the edge. The
pin point must penetrate the surface
of the water, but must not touch the
paper. At once the paper will float
around until the pin points directly to
the denter of the figure. See if you
can find out why it does this.
Outwits the Surgeon.
A complication :of female troubles,
with catarrh of the stomach and bow
els had reduoed Mrs. Thos. S. Austin,
of Leavenworth, Ind., to such a deplor
able condition, that her doctor advised
an operation: but her husband, fearing
fatal results,postponed this to try Elec
tric Bitters; and to the amazement of
all who knew her, this medicine com
plotely cured her. Guaranteed cure
for torpid liver, kidney disease, bil
iousness, jaundice, chills and fever,
general debility. nervousness and blood
poisoning. Best tonic made. Price
50c at The Arant Co. Drug Store.
Curious Belgian Competitions.
The Belgian artisan spends his leisure
in a very novel manner. He breeds a
special cock for crowing and that which
can outcrow its fellows has reached
the highest pinnacle of perfection. The
modus operandi is to place the cages
containing the roosters in long rows,
for it appears that propinquity creates
the spirit of emulation, without which
the proceedings would fall flat A
marker appointed by the organizers of
the show is told off for each bird, his
duty being to note carefully the num
ber of crows for which It is responsible
in the- same fashion as the laps are
recorded in a bicycle race. The cus
tomary duration of the match is one
hour, the winner being the cock which
scores the highest number of points in
the allotted time.
Worry Wears You Out.
There is no need of worrying along
in discomfort because of a disordered
digestion. Get a bottle of Kodol for
Dyspepsia, and see what it will do for
you. Kodol not only digests what you
eat and gives that tired stomach a need
ed rest,but is a corrective of the great
est efficiency. Kodol relieves indiges
tion, dyspepsia,palpitation of the heart,
fatulence and sour stomach. Kodol will
make your stomach young and healthy
again. You will worry just in the pro
portion that your stomach worries you.
Worry means the loss of ability to do
your best. Worry is to be avoided at
all times. Kodol will take the worry
out of your stomach. Sold by The Arant
Co. Drug Store.
Changing serpents Into Rods.
The Egyptian cobra is not unlike its
Asiatic cousin except in the absence of
the curious spectacle-lUke mark -which
distinguishes the latter. Although it is
the most poisonous reptile known to
inhabit northern Africa, it is the fa
vorite among the snake charmers.
These conjurers know how to render
this serpent rigidly unconscious by
pressing the nape of its neck with a
finger. This act appears to throw the
reptile into catalepsy, in which he is as
stiff as an iron rod. Traces of some
thing similar having been practiced in
olden times may be found In the Bible,
where Aaron made a serpent of his
red or~ staff.
How to Break up a Cold.
It may be a surprise to many to learn
that a severe cold can be completely
broken up in ore or two days' time.
The first symptoms of a cold are a dry,
loud cough, a profuse watery discharge
f m the nose, and a thin, white coat
i g on the tongue. When Chamber
lain's cough remedy is taken every
hour on the first appearance of these
symptoms, it counteracts the effect of
the cold and restores the system to a
healthy condition within a day or two.
For sale by The Arant Co. Di-ug Store.
It Wouldn't Be Right.
"Now, Susie," said the teacher, "If
your father should agree to work for
$250 a day and at the end of sir days
should bring home $13, would that be
"No, ma'am," replied Susie, "an' it
wouldn't take ma long to tell him so,
you bet you!"
Let not mirth be thy profession lest
thou become a make sport. He that
hath but gained the title of a jester let
him assure himself the fool Is not far
The V ery Best Remedy for Bowei Trouble.
Mr. M. F. Borroughs, an old and
well known i-esident of Blutfton. Ind.,
says: "I regard Chamberlain's~ Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as the
very best remedy for bowel trouble. I
make this statement after having used
the remedy in my family for several
years. I am never without it." This
remedy is almost sure to be needed be
fore the summer is over. Why not bhy
it now and be prepared for such an
emergency? For sale by The Arant
A Venomous Snake.
The only sure way to tell a venomous
snake is to kill the reptile, open its
mouth with a stick and look for the
hollow, curved fangs. When not In
nse they are conpressed against the
roof of the mouth, beneath the reptile's
eyes. They are hinged, as you can see
if you pull them forward with a pen
cil. The venom is contained in a sack
hidden beneath the skui at the base of
each fang.-Field and Stream.
A Will on Ice.
The strangest will on record is that
of a Connecticut clergyman who broke
through the ice of a certain pond.
Finding that he was unable to get out
upon the ice and realizing that lit had
but a short time to live because of the
bitter cold, he took hiskniife and wrote
his will on the smooth surface of the
ice. It was found, duly sworn to and
recorded as his last will and testament.
Will Help Some.
Thousands annually bear witness to
the efficiency of Early Risers. These
pleasant, reliable little pills have long
borne a reputation second to none as a
laxative and cathartic. They are as
staple as bread in millions of homes.
Pleasant but effective. Will promptly
relieve constipation without griping.
Sold by The Arant-Co. Drug Store.
riling It O.
"Our minister does have the hardest
luck. Just think, the baby's down with
the croup, Albert broke his collar bone
last week, their horse died yesterday,
and now Mrs. Rector has pneumonia."
"I suppose that by and by, on top of
all that, some fool will get them up a
donation party."-Woman's Home Com
Two Ways to Prosper.
Two kinds of business men are
bound to succeed. We refer to the man
who knows how to advertise and to the
one who knows that he does not know,
but knows enough to get one who does
Sknow to write and place his advertise
ments for him.-Tr'oy Press.
Practiced What He Preached.
Hills-Gruet says that he believes in
keeping in touch with his fellow men.
Mills-Well, there ar-in't many of them
that he hasn't touched.
The weakest spot in every man Is
where he thinks himself the wisest
When the baby talks, it is time to
give Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
Its the greatest baby medicine known
to loving mothers. It makes them eat,
sleep and grow. 35 cents, Tea or Tab
lets. Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
"Is "cooly" the name of a people?
It Is believed to be. The word belongs
to all the Indian vernaculars. Etymolo
gists have b'een tempted to fing its
origin in the Tamil "kuli," which means
hire, payment for menial odd jobs or
the hireling odd job man himself, but it
is pointed out in Dr. Murr'ay's diction
ary that when the word appears early
in the seventeenth century it refers to
a tribe of Guzerat, In the west of India,
far from the Tamil speaking south
the Kull, or Koli, who seem~ to have
been often employed by Europeans as
bearers and carriers.
Bears thme Th idYou Have Always Bought
Dr. Somerville Hastings, lecturing at
the London Institute of Hygiene on
"Cleanlinesgs Is Next to Godliness,"
said that peop-le were much cleaner
now than in the reigns of Queen Mary
and Elizabeth, when the washing of
clothes was unknown. Cotton was
hardly in use,-and lInen was expensive.
The poor wore rough woolen garments,
which were never washed, and the bet
ter classes adorned themselves with
silks and vel-ets, which were dyed
when they would no longer pass mus
ter In regard to cleanliness. It is re
corded, continued Dr. Hastings, that
.Tames I. never washed either hands or
face during the period he posed as the
wisest fool in Christendom, but con
fined his cleanliness within the narrow
limits of wIping his finger tips upon a
damp napkin.-London Telegraph.
There are many people who have
used Chamberlain'sColic andDiarrhoea
Remedy with splendid results, but who
are unknown because they have hesi
tated about givimg a testimonial of
t~eir experience for publication. These
people, however, are, none the less
friends~of this remedy. They hav-e
done much toward making it a house
hold word by their personal recommen
dations to friends and neighbors. It
is a good medicine to have in the home
and is widely known for its cures of
diarrhoea and all forms of bowel trou
ble. For sale by The Arant Co Drug
Fishing For Sheep.
When sheep were first introduced
into Cornwall, England, a flock which
had strayed from the uplands on to
Gwithian sands were caught there by
the tide and ultimately carried into
St. Ives bay during the night There
the floating fiock was observed from
the St. Ives fishing boats, whose crews,
never having seen sheep, took them for
some new kind of fish and did their
best to secure them both by hooks and
lines and by netting. Those they se
cured they brought home triumphantly
next morning as a catch to which even
pichards were as nothing.
-New Cure For Epilepsy.
J. B. Waterman, of WXatertown, 0.,
Rural free delivery, writes:"My daugh
ter, afflicted for years with epilepsy,
was cured by Dr.King's New LifePills.
She has not had an attack for over two
ears." Best' body cleansers and life
giving tonic pills on ear~th. 25c at
Arant Co. Drug Store.
Odd English Customs.
England ca. boast of more quaint
customs and ceremonies that have been
handed down from century to centur
than any other civilized nation. To
sounding of the mayor's horn at Ript
Is one of the most ancient customs in
the kingdom. It formerly announced
the setting of the watch, but It has now
lapsed Into the formality of three blasts
given at 9 o'clock every evening at the
mayor's residence by his official horn
blower and three more at the market
Will Cure Consumptior..
A. A. Herren, Finch, Ark., writes:
"Foley's Honey and Tar is the best
preparation for coughs colds and lung
trouble. I know that it has cured con
sumption in the tirss stages You nev
er heard of any one using Foley's Hon
ey and Tar and not being satistied. The
UNDER A HAYSTACK.
The Scene or a Eam: a .d Eventful
Tie most famno>s lyer iiieeting ever
convened ! > -i >uiry was held in
the sunmmniei' oOf m the 'runds of
a foirmer ndl i''-1 Ir to li::ms enoilege,
Williaumo". I -- 'oLo~'s
Weel:1y. It w:: be. b:: l'ive :;tiden'~ts.
They were lisir v.hIt iIlic could
do for the beneit or iimilkind. A thun
derstorm ourr . ::.1 1hvy look ref
uge under a1 1.:.ysu ::d cotinuel
the meetin:. - m the students
alone for the lime being knew of the
meeting. For yearis the place was un
marked and the event unc omiie'morat
ed. Itut tliose students origin:tted the
foreign mlNsinary"' ;inovemeC! in this
country for the benefit of all Il11(I and
peoples. Subsequently Wil4iamus college
acquired the property, named it Mis
sion park and erected a monument
commemorative of the greet result. It
consists of a shaft of granite twelve
feet In height, bearing a globe three
feet in diameter, representing the
world. The legend on the shaft is,
"The Birthplace of American Foreign
'Missions." Undernenth are the names
of five students who had a lprt in the
meeting-Samuel J. Mills, J ues Rich
ards, Francis L. Robbins. Harvey Loo
mis and Byram Green. This memorial
is an object of interest to every visitor
to Williamstown. and at every com
mencement a religious service is held
The sworn statement of the manufac
turers protects you from opiates in
Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar.
Sold by The Arant Co. Drug store.
"Are you the proprietor of this res
taurant'" said the man who had wait
ed for his orler until he became sleepy.
"Yes, sir. What can-I do for you?'
"You can give me some information.
I want to know whether you have told
the waiter to stay away so that you
can bring in a bill for lodgings against
Did His- Share.
"Every human being should do his
share toward uplifting the masses of
his fellow men."
"Well, I did my share. I ran an
elevator seven years."
It is easy to make acquaintances, bul
'difficult to shake them off.-Washing
For Infats and Children.
The Kind You Have AlwayS Bought
The Moquito's Stab.
The mosquito's eating apparatus
consists of a lancet, 'inclosed in a
sheath, somewhAt on the principle of
the instrument used by physicians.
Connected with this there is an in
jector for throwing into the wound a
subtle poison, which thins the -biood,
after which the fluid Is drawn up by
a pump and swallowed by the mos
quito. Altogether the mandible of the
mosquito is a singularly complicated
mechanism and well repays microscopic
Stunulation Without Irritation.
In case of stomach and liver troubli
the proper treatment is to stimulate
these organs without irritating them
Orino Laxative Fruic Syrup aids diges
tion and stimulates the liver and bow
els without irritating these organs liki
pills or ordinary cathartics. It does
not nauseate or gripe and is mild an(
pleasant to take. The Arant Co. Drus
Bear's the ~4IKilYlHaveAlwayS Bought
A Politician's way.
Somebody suggests that the boy who
ran away from home because he didn'l
get enough pie has the instincts of a
great politician. Wrong. The politician
would have stayed at home, sfolen the
pie and made his mother think she had
eaten it herself.-Philadelphia N~orth~
Diner-Is it customary to tip the
waiter in this restaurant? Waiter
Why-aha-yes, sir. Diner-T~hen hand
me a tip. I've waited three-quarters
of an hour for that steak I ordered.
The M#an Who Ram Failed.
Even the man who has failed is en
titled to consideration. He serves a
noble purpose as an object lesson.
stops the coug~h anzd healslung':
KILLm TH UC
AND CURE THE LUNCS
FOR (oUGs sand 50casi.OO
~OLDS Free Trial.
Surest and Quickest Cure for all
THROAT and LUNG TROUB
LES, or IMONEY BACL.
The Arant Co. Drug Store.
Kodol Dyspepsia CurE
'Digests what you eat.
- - OLLISTER'S
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Busy Medioine for Busy People.
Blrings Golden Health and Renewed Vigor.
A snecific for Constipation. Indigestion. Live
and Kidney Troubles. P'imple's. Eczema, Imipuri
Blod.. Bad Breath. Slugish Bowels, Headach,
and Back'ache. It's R 'cky Miountain Ten in tab
let form. .3 cents a bo.'c. Genuine made b:
HotLSTiRa 33at-a co~nmsv, Naudison. Wis.
GOLDEN NUGGETS. FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tal
Cures all Coughs, and expels Colds fromi
the system by gently mnov Ing the bowels.
's' HAIR BALSAM
. cleanses and beautifics the hair.
e ertasiOls o sO9 ry
I-m aes Keys and Bladde' Riaht
DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
The $1.00 bottle containa 2% tiesthe trial size. whc Dolls for 50 contL
322PARSD ONLY AT THE LAN03LATOXY OF
0 E. C. DeWITT & COMPANY, CHICAGO. I1.
The Arant Co. Drug Store.
The new Laxative f Cures
that does not gripe Stomach and Liver
or Lauseate. trouble and
'leasant to tiae. ifl oft uj, Chronic Constipation.
The Arant Co. Drug Store.
Do Y1 Wanlt THE ARGYLE HOTEL.
Open for Theatre Parties and Special Dinners.
PERFECT FITIING U >
CLOOPEN FROM 7 A. IN CHARGE OF
We have the best equipped Tailor
ing Establishment in the State.
OhadPE TH A THE RESTAUR ANT, opre MGEs
-CLO '" ES oROOMS EN SUITE, WITH AND WITHOUT PRIVATE BATHS.
I ~NEW ENTRANCE ON HASELL STREET.'
Charleston's First and Only Modern European Plan Hotel.
in,- Esablshmnt i th Stte.THE ARGYLE HOTEL CO., Proprietors.
High Art Clothing
solely and wve 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
_______ For Iiats and Cfidren.
J, L9 DAVID & BRO,,
J3 L DAiD &BR91 ~The Kind Yoa ,Have
Cor, King & Wentworth Sts.,
CHARLESTON. - s. c.U
Buggies, Wagons, road simjatingtheroodandne-da
Carts and Carriages iagestldalid ow Bears the
R EP IR D Pomotes DigssioriCheerful
With Neatness and Despatch
Opium.Morplune norlfi=eA Of
-AT- OT NARCOTIC.
R. A. WHITE'S
I repair Stoves, Pumps and run water
pipes, or I will put down a new Pump
If you need any soldering done, give
me a call. .IonSourStouiachDiartboea
My hore* lae. ~W? B I ness and Losi OF SLEEP. O e
_My horse is lame. Why? Because IOr ve.1-,,.".
did not have it shod by R. A. White, FacSimile Sigature oF
the man that puts on such neat shoes
and makes horses travel with so much
ease.NE UI.T iryu r
We Make Them Look New. Thirty Ylr
We are making a specialty of re- __3 __3__..
painting old Buggies, Carriages, Road ____AQTR.
Carts and Wagons cheap.
Come and see me. My prices will ~ ~ VA~R
work. *4CNAUCOAY.R OK
Shop on corner below R. M. Dean's.
R. A. WHITE,
MANNING. S. C. B I G Y U
NORTHWESTERN R. R. OF S. C.
TIME TABLE No. 6, A ~ I ,
BETWEEN -SUMTER AND CAMDEN.
- Mixed. Daily exccpt Sunday.
Southbound. N. thbound.
No. 69 No. 74 No. 70 No. 68
PM AM -AM TO TEMIESOF.E
625 9 36 Lve..Sumter ..Ar.9 00 3 43
6 27 9 38 N. W. Junction....s858 5 43
6 47 9 59...Dalzell...8 2 5 13
7 05 10 10...Borden...8 00 4 58
7 23 10 21...Rembert's. ..7 40 4 43
7 30 10 31...Eller be..730 4.28
7 50 11 10..So. R. Junction..7 10 4 25 __________________ ___________________
8 00 11 10 . Ar... amden..Lve7 00 4 153
PM PM AM PMTH
BET WEEN WILSON'S MIL L AND SUMTER
No.73 Daily except Sunday. No. 72 AC IEISRNEC~
3 00 Leave..Sumter...Arrive..12 30PTSURPN.
3 03...ummerton Junction...12 2'7
3 20...... .....Tindal............115
3 35...........Packstilie.........41 30 a opidwt h tt aso 4 ieetsaecnie t prto
3 55...........Silver...... .......1 00 t n ntdSae.Ise vr ocial omo nuac n a
30 ..........Millard..........11 43 nme...tatiefaue.hthvenvrbe moie nayohrcn
4 45............Sunnnerton.....10 15
5425..........Jor.Dai............. 945 .O l SI ~ +~
5 45............dan ...............SS 9S Fam4u
6 30 Arrive..Wilson's Mill.Leave 8 40
P M A Mr
BETWEEN MILLARD AND ST. PAUL. 1s.Iprvdsfrcslon;d.Csvaus3.Icoesieatroe
Southbound.ail except Sunday. Northbound.ya;4h adu aus t.Tit as rc fe h is rmu s -
--No. 73 No. 75 No. 72 No. 74 pad t.Etne aes t.Tepiupvle paicaein iieds
PM AM AM PM 8h thsa
.4 05 10 20 Lve Millard Ar.10 45 5 30 a d~s,~zz. lue
4 15: 10 30 Ar St. Paul Lve.10 35 4 .20ra
.P M A M A M PMS
FHOS. WILSON, President.Thtiiftensrdbcmsttlydsbebydsaeoacdnthep
Notice to Creditors adbnftrmiigtesm si h rmushdbe eual adb
All persons having claims against pyet nte2-amn lnadcaepyn rmustecmaywl
the estate of Reese Bradle'y, deceased,pahiesae$,0foevr$100apedorhulteinrddahoc r
will present them duly attested, and drn h eod1-erpro n ilntddc igepeimfo h
those owing said estate will make pay- fc fteplc.1t.Sol h nue otnet a i rmusdr
ment to -igtescn 0ya eidadi et hudocrdrn h eod1
A RCHIE I. BARRON, er h opn iladeeypeimt h aeo h oiyta a
Clerk of Court, be addrn hspro n a ti ahpu h aeo~h oiy
Manning. S. C., M\ay 8, 1906.11hTisoiecaonybotiedfm
WC.D.WIS. J. A. WEINBERG. .ReineLf ofPts rg
DVS&WEINBERG, o n OPN NTEWRDASRLSOE H EEV
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, HUDEHUADDLAS
MANNING, S. C.nesitgiyitiofceebypatcladeprecdiuacem.
Proptatentongiento olecio s h ighant a eueapoiinb ping toeia
CHARLTYD'RPromoJA ES Hio.Chee EDfur--en
Attoreys DURNTneane nan neie IsrneC
MANNINGNS.NC.c PTtsc. g .nn
I ~ ~ ~ ns andLELOSSE OF PHLADEP.PA
oraropietar Sinatersoasrnur ane ovded
JOSEH F RHMEfund Th an liera divdens plicto ohodrIfs. and thidreeve
~ anda POIThe KLIITdA Hav.
MANING ~ C.twetys~xreas or fAlasaoal Borgtiy
RaioofAset t Labliie ears......the 121
APPLYTO OitBiW O R Kez
Wilsn & u~an. olum IS UG, n EMnn., S- C
E1JLLI3J...1UHas complied it t he SVYVVtaV!'te w f i 44 diferent StaVVVtes, confinet oertVion
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