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Tielin Human Vanity. A Pa'thtan Shot. A Restless Patch of Ear04 Land Crabs.
The B ik o A g , trade of tickling human vanity is and
9The Buk o 111= 111.9 Few people realize how profitable the ' " hear," said Mrs. Caddie, "that IThere Is, near to the Thuringen sum-l Crabs are generally supposed to live
m9t any tiffeent frmsn vaity employs your husband's got a job as spein- mer resort, Traunsee, a curious and in the ocean, but there is one species
MANNING, S. C. how tendent of a cemetery and you're go- locally celebrated phenomenon-name- that lives on the land. It is found on
There are obscure newspapers and ing there to live." ly, the floating island which disports the islado' aac, nteWs n
Capital Stock, - $40,000 nWell?" replied Mrs. Naybor shortly. Itself at will, now at this and now o dies. It burrows in the sand some
tir xis. -provide good incomes for-thelr editors. "Well. I -was thinking it would be an that side of the Hautsee, a small anld times two or three miles from the sea.
Surlphis, - - tis quiommon to fndpcnter awful ghostly and creepy sort of neigh- charmingly situated lake. The little It has two long claws. In attacking an
Stockholders'borhood." Island also has its own flora, varying en
wility, - - 40,000 lne hs otns oss u m tbns twt n lw hc
zility, - - 4000 volum sose contes Ecnsistfen- "Perhaps, but the neighborhood will from that on the immediately adjacent is then thrown off, dind then continues
tireof fulse, puffsio. ach pssofes-io not be prying into our business." -Phil- mainland, among which may be men, the fight wivth the free claw. The
Total Protectio s tra ocatioaasiaon adeiphia Press. tioned the "meat consuming" Drosera crabs stay in the ground during the
torotundifolia, while flowers and edible day and hunt for their food at nit
ho w ee ced o Il Lotell r. prore-y no w Basfr berries grow here in rank profusion They visit the ocean once a year to lay
phrase, and slender birches cast their shade their eggs. They travel by nighan when
orld. The writer remembers seeing He ries to put up a bold and plausible over those who care to land and In they are cauaht in great numb-is
In the "best room" of a remote farm- front, but I understand his case thor- vestigate this restless little patch of
onhouse a morocco bound, gild edged vol- ougly. Ie's meretricious through and earth. Birds are especially partial to
ume upon the notabilities of the coun- throughi. Mr. Gaswell-Why--er-I this spot, wild ducks and other aquatic An Awful Coagh Cured.
etravedic potaie of rbsicuogrribyais tho-ng'ih was operated on for that a birds breeding here in great numbers. "Two years ago our lit-tie girl hadf n
hnae itsrlira of memorabilia of per
- hmsef. he rignalvolnteredthefew avtlsago.-Chieago Tribune. But the great event of the year Is the touch of pneumonia, which left her
osVolksest" held upon the Island ev- with an awful cough. She had spells
phfra, n weehate ts fill u thea Ho Tre reBlne.cuh ,jstik oewth ie
world Thenio drite remeber seeingan $
pantheon had cost him a sum, which, A tree grows in perfect balance on f -oouing arus li- o-e w-it she
house aain, morocco bound gil edgdo
2 on later conversation, was disclosed to every side. 'When a large branchC "bratwurs aig"wse onb wodoping l cou a l. o e thougts
ue upongatory beer, is the order of the
blarger than a year's Interest on the shoots out on one side, One Of eql bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Item
mortgage encumbering the farm.- size or two smaller appear on the other. iredy. etch acted like a hearm She
Wilbur Larremore in Atlantic. The roots are balanced In the same in atoped coughing and gt stout and
panheo hadn cost" himte a sum, which,;;rd B
nway a large branch on one tohe governor was p "Look
The Hazel Tree. matched by a large root. The center here," he said, turning to his private baker, 1ll. This remedy is for sale by
A curious survival of the days when of gravity Is thus always perfectly The Arant Co. Drug store.
CONVENIENCE, the magicians of Europe sought Inde- mnintained: scret 'Can y tl me w t
thi noeromehfomny Silroot.
Saftyan Rlibiit ae fw f hefatiably for the philosopher's*stone is Noc t orcuter legal adviser? They're both named
SfeIthe superstition that attaches to the " t Brown." as he as AFection
your husbnd' gotnt aaobassuern
may oo pins bothazel tree. The old alchemists used We are pleased to announce that Fe- The note was as follows: A colony oif wasps~ made a nest in tlhe
TIlS BANK. to make their divining rods out of ley's Honey and Tar for coughs, Colds I have begun your suit Ready togb- dark room of a studio htst suirner. At
'We ?have had a long experience inf suc- hazel twigs, and they fostered the be- and lung troubles is not affected by the tried on Thursday. Come In. BROWN. first tWe part1y who11 I.sed the room (71d
L ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Wl? repie Mrs.o Naybor shortly.er oilu. u frCO
cessfully handling" the large or small lief that It would mysteriously direct National Pure Fod and Driu law as it
Bank Accounts of Business Men, Chec73 its owner to hidden treasures, If It was contains no opiates or other harmful -Told Blde not reish thei ot moyebt for cci'
fdrugs, and we-recommepd it as a safe
AcutofLdeet.manipulated with the absolute faith- eeyfrcide n dls h Facial. YIe Paid no attention to the little buz
that was required In all those occult rmed fo ru hilre an dls h Don't you think her face rather too zers, and they came and went at their
enchantments of the middle ages. As thin?" own sweet will. After a time he began
O p ntime 'went on, the "rod of Jacob," as ~ ' '"W ell, I don't know. I can't see any to study them and soon came to the
O p na branch of hazel was universally A Timely Shalce. place where it's worn through. Can conclusion that they were gradually
known, gathered new powers. Not Some years ago the Duke of Con- You"-Puck- becoming acquainted with him, his
onywould It lead to the discovery' of naught visited Japan and, was taken ways and his dark room. One day i
Mr. pmoe-Yuckoo ulsord
A n A ccountHuried hoards, but it would also act by Sir Edwin Arnold round the bazars The river Orinoco has more trib- straner was seated on the window sill.
as an infallible agent In locating run- of Tokyo, where he bought many curl- taries than any other river. The total The first wasp entering the room paid
away servants and'escaped. criminals. otis toy.% and specimens of Japanese number is put at 2,500, including 430 no attention to him, but made for the
W ith U s. It was a sure guide to underground art. In the evening he remarked to large streams.
hSprings .was a bi fat fellow who darted through
camaasttelgni.th si hs u had so erencotdo The atmosphere Is so clear In Zulu- the open window like a bulldt. 'Within
char agins th lihtnngthesigtsbuthadnotexpriecedland that objicts can be seen by Star- five minutes half a dozen wasps came
Niot 'What He Seemed, any of the earthquakes which are SO light at a distance of seven miles. with a rush at the stranger and two
You can then. pay your Romance has flung a deceptive halo common in Japan. . fte oae i.Bttewie
bills with checks whic th over the old yeoman farmer. He was suppose you cannot show me on f t
certainly not a good tiller of the soil, one?" said the duke jestingly. a mcsnever ben touche
we return to you the but lazy, old fashioned and unenterpris- Immediately the house shook, the JTames Donahue, New Britain, Conn., cln.Otn aaie
first of each month and ing. No houses were so much In need chandelier swayed backward and for- writes: "I tried several kidney reme- ---
repair, no gardens so Ill kept, no ward, the china and glass on the table dies, and was treated by our best py
which are thus made a fields so overgrown with weeds, as raotled, an the door burst open. - sicians for diabetes. but did not im
those of the smals proprietor of the "Why, Sir Edwin, you are a magi- prove until I ook Foley's Kidney Cure. C d
receipt in full for every eighteeeh century.-London Country clan!" remarked the duke as the shock, After the second bottle I showed iame-a n
Life. which had happened at so curious A proveent, and five bottles cured me
dollar you pay out. ma subsided. me completely. I have since passed a
mt rigid examination for life insurance."
You can always make change Teizhborl7. Foley's Kidney Cure cures back-ache
w a c . She-I have not seen you for an age, o Remarkable Epitaph. and all forms of kidney andt bladder
Herr Doctor, notwithstanding that we A remarkable epitaph Is on a tomb- trouble. The Arant CoDrug store.
live only a few streets apart here In stone in Brighton churchyard In rnnng-s
Berlin. I learned with much regret that land. It reads: "in memory of Phoebe iad w is
you've been I1. Herr Doctort-Who told Hessel, who was born at Stepney In
Bgnk~~~~ha oSm"1e nInTsi ofvhen Hautseein apmainde
you that? She-My brother wrote me the year 1713. She served for manys e ae e
from Indiai-Fllegende Blatter. finds it necessary to go outside his in
froms tha on theat immedatel adjacen
madinand, famongwichs may bucesmen
Su erton, S. C. Fifth regiment of foot in differentcos i ser
Speaking of the irony of fate, why Iand in the year 1745 he follows an odd custom. There the
it that a man's friends sometimes for- fougbthe command of the wearing of hair on the face is the cx
gt him, but his enemies never%?-Tg- IDuke of Cumberland at the battle of elusive privilege of sovereignty. When
K I L L THE rQ U (~ nial (Ter) Transcript Fontenoy, where she received a baya- the prince selects a successor he sends OU
AND CURE THE LUNCS Iinet wound In her arm. Her long life, the court barber to the fortunate idi- The Childen's Favorite
Torments of Tetter and Eczema Allayed. which commenced in the time of Queen vidual to notify him that he may wear --CURES.-.
WITH 0 ig sTeintense itching characteristic of Anne, extended to the reign of George a beard. This intimation is equivalent Coughs, Colds, Croup and
A etia thisunrest itte atc so
Dr. h~ecea tetter and like skin diseases is IV., by whose munificence she recei-4- to a forma anoneetIhth a
nstatly llayd byappling hambr- e comortand ortin hr la t hisee spoeteid dus and othperuatice hoigCuh
bdThis reededyis famous for Its cures over
Nco ensar aad bay applying chae- ears. comfor and upportn hlter he set eaent the the prea Whoopg Cotd. e
been permanently cured by its use. For sh a ogrsdd e.1,12.Ambition. always be depended upon. It contains no
"opium or other harmful drg and may be
OLDSlains~ale an man sevre cses ears Shediedat Bightn, w er Ascensionrt daye whenizdancing andca
N TI ice sale by The Arant Co. Drug store. 1aged 10S years." "No, Tommy," said his mother; you given as confdently to a baby as to an adult
St adC re ever cala y thhae an erore wakpuzged. "
TSnahe I ai turn ean to Tomm privat
oh orkto he-Tims ofic, ~- -* nd s i a elos~pacage Th Arntsecrety. "anyou Press. mewete
Fo. Crabs Dru .e &
rab areno ge supoe tP:o iatev
The new Laxative
that does not gripe
l1easant to take. La
Do Y Touii Wanit
THEN COME ORSEND TO US.
We have the best equipped Tailor
ing Establishment in the State.
High Art ulothing
solely and we carry the best line of
Hets and Gent's Farnishings in the
Ask yournmost prominent men who
we are, and they will commend you
J L DAVID & BROl
Cor. King & Wentworth Sts.,
CHARLESTON, - S. C.
C.2 ,i~V .
Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Moulding and Bu'.ildinsr
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Sish Weights 'and Cord5.
Window and Fancy Glass a Suecialty
A complete stock or Caskets, Comns and Fu
neral Supplies alwrays on hand. Mv hearse wifl
be sent to any part, of the county, and calls will
be responded to by Mr. A. J. White, funeral
director and undertaker, night or day.
W.' E. JENKINSON CO.
Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar
Cures all. Coughs, and expels Colds from
the system by gently moving the bowels.
W HE N 'YOU COME
TO TOWN CALL AT
- WVhieh is titted up with an
aye to the comfort of his
customners.. .. ..
IN ALL STYLES,
SH AVINGi AND
Done with neatness and -
dispatch.... .. ...
A cordial invitation
J. L.. WELLS.
Manin-g Titues Block.
DR. J. A. COLE.
Upstairs OVer Bank of Manning.
MA NN ING, S. 'C.
Phone No ~~7.
DR. J. FRANK GEIGER.
MANNING, S. C.
Phone No. o.
W. C. DAVIS. J. A. WEINBERG.
DAvlS & WEINBERG,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,
MANNING, S. C.
Prompt attention given to collections.
Jos s. wrsos. s. 01.n Va o-.Y.
ILSON & O'BRYAN,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
IMANNING, S. C.
. ATTORNEY AT LAw,
MANNING, S. C.
OSEPH F. RHAME,
ATTOR~NEY' AT LAW,.
M ANNING. S. C.
ll Mc\YAIN WOODS,
Cl. ATTontNEY AT LAW.
Manning, S. C.
Oflice Over Levi's Store.
ATTORNEY AT Law.
MANING, S. C.
eky OLL ISTER'S --
Rock Mo untain Tea Nuggets
. ):. m . i:n:rin Tea in tab.
-. c. ..::ine made by
n(Lah ::mG FOR~ .MSLEOW PEOpLER
Stomach and Live
ative Fr t Syrup Chronic Constipat on.
The Arant Co. Drug Store.
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been.
in use for over 30 years, has -borne the signatnre or-r
and has been 3nade under his pe
sonal supervision since its infancy
Allowno one to deceive youinthis.
All Counte?:v Imitations and "Just-as-goodn are bult
Experimeni~shat trifle with and endanger the health o
Infants and Children-Experience against Experinent.
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oilt Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcoti
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, curesnCostiPatiou
and Flatuleucy. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
.The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
CENUINE CASTORIA A Y
Bears the signature of
The Kind o1Hav Alwy
in Use For Over 30 Years.
TmE CENTAUR COMPANY. T7 URRAY VsR. N EWTORK *.
The short. crops in the vicinity 6f Manming have
prices this fall not to advance as they did last year.Now is tbein esv
cor's opportunity, as with reasonably good crops and prices
vear's land will -go much higher. Others think as we do. .
bere are two orders recently placeA with. us by. two me n
other counties, and the kind of men this county needs
First. A farm, within easy reach of a high schoola&go
churches, properly improved and costing from fife4i ten thousand
Second. A farm of from one to two hundred acres, withrs '
reach of a common school and good church, costing froim thi-ee i&
tive thousand dollars.
If you can't pay cash we will help you to borrow themoneyi
ifaninlg Real Estate Ageney
E. D. Hodge, Manager'.
Office over Bank of .Maiming.
* S. R. VENNINGJwl,
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,Spectacles, Eye
Glasses and all Kinds of Fancy Novelties.%
. I make a specialt of wEDDING and HOLIDAY PRESENTSO
and always carry a ansme line of --
Silverware, Hand-Painted China, Glasswar
and-numerous other articles suitable for Gifts of all kind.
. OC'ME ANr" SEE THEM.
Anl Watch. Clock and Jewelry Repaing done prompty and
Qflf ul Pni ~n; MAA Levi Block,
~ y IU. 1bil ilib. MANNINQIS
A LCOL.UR AILRODU
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS
'Effective May 1st, 1906.
No1. No. 3.ibNo 5.o2Io..NG
Mixed. Mixed. Mixed.SAIN. ~ ~~
A. M. P. M.~
2 00 7 45~ ..... .. .... lu.... A 5 80
2 05 75 McGe....3 .45...
2 15 8 00 I.......... Hry...... 2!70
2 20 8051 ............. uat......875.....
2 45 830' .......... Sria......371 .
2 55 8 40 ... 4........e ln......170...
3 00 8 45 .............1.65....
3 15 9 00. ............ ec......860 .
-4 00 9045 ............ uSf......461 .
4 30 10 15 ...... .. .... elh.... .L 80...
Tuedas.No Studas, o.. ndNo.. o. o6
Tr 0i Lang........Aclu........r 5 800 .... ... . -
For...........ce od*.........fety 5, .... ....
D1oi5 c o e .......Bead$........... 1067 . .... ..
*ri Arl starsexcep Bura atrn you are vite stion ome aloane.
Tuays, Nof Clr no.~~,.
ForOveec TInES SafFIety