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There Is a frue story told of a wealthy
Ametiean lady w'ho was in China and
one of the court oilicials. wishing to
do her great honor. promised to send
her a casket contahiing some extraor
dinary tea. In due time an exqui
sitely packed box irrivel conltainin
tea. She bade many o her society
friends to a series of :rn... t
which this tea w s
licious qualhie e ane aa
At the end ftee
e'ns~ket was aln:t :T/a
i-i-m tt rare .nd costiy ten is
pacetd in tea to preserve the aroma
and flavor. It was such a rich joke
upon herself that the hostiess told the
story. and the society set had a good
The Literal Nll.
All oriers t nti'' serv:mts in India
nmust . :iterall ven. for* in that
manner they vil be received. A i
s...i'nary once took a countiry ladas
servant when going o.:ut on a t
journey. As there are ro l::
on board the country boats.ne's i
tions have to be perforVen *r
simle mannier, an oniar: M "
serving as a wash bowl. Th "h !
told to brig so', vate m.
floor. '"YhW ..' 1N.
'Alha. said the Iudi
to his mastcr'''s'stonishen
the pail and 'npried it ve his e
G. B. Burhans Testifies After Four Years.
G. B. Burihus. of Carlisle Center. N.
Y.. writes: "About four year a I
wrote you stating that I had been on
tirely cured of a severe kidney
by taking less than two bottles of
Folev's Kidnev Cure. Ii enirely slop-I
ped the briek dust sediment. and pain
and svmatoms of kidney oisease tlisal
peareO. I a-* a.d to ..:y that I have
had a return of any of those symptoms
during the four years that have elapsed
and I am evidently cured to stav Cured,
and heartily recommend Foley's Kidney
Cure to any one suffering from kidney
or bladder trouble " The Arant Co.
Chinese Stewards -n P-nc Liners.
a n;.w h bo' mt
in days o stnin. 02 canlot fail to be
entert:aiid by these spry sons of the
Thh costume worn hy the stewards is
quite rema'kable. For ordinary, ev
eryday wear tiuey don white garments
that pesembe American pajamas in
their :syl of cut and tit. For dinner
each veni. g ::d on SundaNvs the vhite
suits are e::ehanged fr li.ht blue gar
men.. ii tho' san deseripdtion rather
all olvrc ol0: rosale mids. Of
cous . -;.:-yt hiinamn:: preserves a
hibituat. sot'emin silnce. If. owing to
an int:estlirg conversation. the passeni
ger f::lis to notte d. isl with which
the table stewvard is trying to serve
him the paltient Chinamnau stands im
movable. with outstretched hand and
sphinxlike cou'ntenuance, until attention
is dra-.n to hinm, after whieb. his duty
donc. he slips in silence on his wany.
Plodding. siently, the sailo~rs attended
to their duties wvih mournful faces that
stropg~iy ipipealed to ine. They ate
with chop sticks, sitting on their heels
the while. and were, in fact. eminently
satisfactory sp ecimenas in every way.
Do you really enjoy what you eat?
Does your food taste goody Or- do you
have a heavy, duli feeling after meals.
sour stomach. belching gas on the
stomach, bad breath, indig'estion and
dyspepsia? It so, you should take a
little Kodol after each meal. Kodol
will nourish and strengthen your diges
tive organs and fut ish the natural di
gestive juices for- v-or stomach. It will
make vou well. It will make vour' food
do you good. Turn your food into good,
rich blood. Kodol digests what you
eat. Sold by W. E. Brown x Co.
Her View of It.
"Don't you think." aisked M1rs. Old.
castle. "that M1iss WVitherspoon has n
pa1trcian face' "Oh." replied her
hostess, hanging her $G0,000 necklaee
over the lack of a chair. "I don't think
shte has. She claims, at least, that her
folks were all English and that there
ain't ai drop of Irish blood in her
Difficulties of the Naturaiist.
At one end or the other of every ani
mal lies a danger which makes the
closest investigation impossible. To
study the mulec we must hold him by
the head, but to study the bull we
must have a tail hold as a vantage
point.--St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
"I know he does not mtean it. He
says in his letter that everything has
seemed dark as night since I went
"*He may be telling the truth. You
know love is blind."'
You may stretch a truth into a lie,
but you can't shrink a lie into truth.
Was in Poor Health for Years
Ira W. Kelley, of Mlanstield. Pa.,
writes: "I was in poor health for two
years. suffering from kidney and blad
der trouble, and spent considerable
money consulting physicians without
obtaining any marked- benetit. but was
cured by Foley's Kirlney Cure, and 1
desire to add my testimony that it may
be the cause of restoring the health of
others." Refuse substitutes. The Arant
Co. Drug Store.
Stit! In the -Dark.
"Doecs your mad object to being
called a servant'" "I don't'know.
We've only had her twvo weeks aind
she hasn't really permitted us~ to get
on speaking terms with her as yet"'
MIagistrate-What'. Do you mean to
say y-our husband struck you. and lhe
that physical wreck? Mirs. MIaloney
Yes, yer honor, but he's only been a
physical wreck since he struck me.
Discontent is the want of self reli
ance: it is the infirmity of will.-Emner
A Wonderfel Happening.
Port Byron, N. Y., has witnessed one
of the most remarkable cases of hean
ing ever recorded. A mos F. Kig .~ af
that -place says: "Buckilen' Armeca
Salve cured a sore on my le'g wttn
which I had suffered over 80 years. 1
am now eighty-five." Guaranteed to
cure all sores, by The Arant Co. Drtg
The Land of Noises.
"In China night is :a an as thr
day and is filled wh 1?' isY
panlying wrb. r,:r- m
every te in -"sy
addalen.~ ~~ Ii :: ,: Owl
- ' 1 1-nyi, A
-t4a h N n -
le-i i hoy ::
ri b"! ue
the': tYew id -th
OW4 Qpj0 W Hale for Chi= ha
1 o n. It2 lcz 11l V'4 'o
dom. !*.-e (Co:! el -
na ion,. the Xi 4u (S!,
ne*. of P'hi: Aelphla's
w e dher blut
er o v e vibor thstshe wa's not
y he mId ::- Ih Iuly's sistecr.
whenn his mitrsselIImd: "I toldl
you. mn litht I w.'s lwyat homeh4
for my SIster: You wug",:. to ha:,ve
shown hW W."
Next day thehoy -went onIf to mk
a few -al,n m(duin Ih. absencee
her sister Camne to theL hm-rse.
"IS yo-',r mnistres-s at hlwnwy' she RAOk
ed the butler.
T l w p 41 loked
-ter umflt hav . : 1.e at. for I cannot 1
"*Ye.mu. shec has-- gonle out. b)ut
she tol ine iast night that she was al
ways at home to 'yu.-hiladelphif
,aNearly all old-fashilone. Cough Svtruu
are constipatin_- epecially those that
contain opiates. They dout't acts just
right. Kennedy's Laxative Cough
Svrup contains no opiates. It rives
tile cold Out Of the systemn by Lently
moving the bovelS. Contains Honey
and T7ar and ta-tC-. ne. -ly as gmo(l as
maple -:yrup. C11i1ren like it. Sold by
W. ,-:. 11rown & Co.
Maniners Outside the Navy.
The rinr em' respect for
ratn:k and stivio when not connected
wVth his belovel vessel is lecidedly
eager. .Wh.n the preident. of the
Uited States visis one0 of our m1en1aCa
of-war he is received at the gangway
by the admiral. coiarig oflcer
and all of the ollicers of tie ship, in
full uniform. the Iaruine guard drawn
up1 -with the band oi the 4uattIrlterdeck.
the national flag is disphayed at the
11:1n. the drtumer gives four ruilles,
the Wand plays the natioimi air. :mtd. a
snlute o4 tenyon"nsi n'r--l
The same cermony als..o take-I pI-c.-e on
On onec occas--1i4. a pident v!sited
oneC of the ships ifhrnm~lly. di4tspnsi
with the salute :and eerix2:only. w :en:
oneC of the 1n1e1 rathe indI igi a'i.
asked antheilr who th1a~t lubber- was- on?
the 4,.l1aterdeck thalt didn't "dutse his
pak"C to the0 conun11dor'.
"Cho'ke your Inff, Wl yu': was
r ely. "Tha's- the 14residem c t heI i:
"W!a nit h' ''ot m'a'mer's eo
to saunte -eT:r~ek, if he -?
wase~ ever ou of sil :t f 1:1d in his
How to Follow~ Forest Trails.
"The trail ha' a1 code cf signs, ats
Garandin TL-ng Trail." - twig
des-ign-11y Lroken~ is like :a linger
pointng- tow4Ard a gate. A 'blaze' cor
repolds to the beckoning ii:md. A
ne-w laize renders an old one.t of nto
va. .1apling eut andl ben~t aicross
a pa-th1 locks. it and warningly. says,
'Gi) 11no father this way.' A stick set
upright in the...~ and mean:tts 'no bot0toml
"Ur --.-e o lhese. :and m~aniy uoer
records of ?41. same sort. thetro e
prfits by thel experienc of those who1
eyes to p*.revv iu-it is the. ..kty
f himt wil ride ah.a to-::ilihte
those who1ar) i? follow1.4. 1 Th Kiita
by0 me'.11ms oC igs: st !avisible '1an
tr~esman. These signs' 0n the trail
are r-e-ipect'-d. N' onc ti:ks'i-' rf t
moving the'n exceIt cau'se."
Get~ a free -a:ipl of0 Drl). ShoosC~i
I eath C(ITee a1t our. store2. II f rel
cofee diisturbs V you stomach, your
1?art or. khiney., then tryi- thtis elever
Coktfee imitatiion. Dr. -Shoop h?ts close
it malltched l .d Java ad 3104'ha Colice
i'n lavor and tast. yetit hias not1 a
Shoop's Hlth14 Co01ee imlitationl i
trcIas. withI \Jit Nuts. etc. Viiade in1
At Regular Rates.
31iss M:31tla Owens hung oni the
arm of the editor of the Laneville Bu
gle to who:n she had been engaged
for three year-s. and endeavored to turni
his gaze towa the sky.
"Just a-..'iee the moon. Wi:llm'.' she
"At the0 usual i-a ts. M'I:1.ild!:. I shall
be ha1ppy te' do. so," ite rel'd
'My son tells me you've discharged
hi." said tile otlice boy's mtothe r,
"and I think that's strange. You ad
vertisei for a strong b'oy, and he's cer
tanl"--- IHe's to'o stron4g. mn1 11:1n."
interrey-1'd the em'plye. "In the
si gle d.ay: ' h ...a her' h! e br'.ke- Il
tierles of. ths5lean o eo
funtrir. (atholi1: fldd - 1 nd
theiHowlon; en alhum1an heim:'
!!e withoullt l4o.u
ak.-1 don't kn'ow abo'4ut humanb
in::s. hut I lknow\ poets who have bee
writing for year~s.-JuTtdge
It hats becoulC IceCssary to modify1
he old saying. --Life is what we miake
t." Life is what we zake in it.-Ls
Wecn there is thle snlghtest indlea
tion of indigTestion, heart- burn. datua
euce or- any formi of stoach trouble
take a little Kodol occasionally aInd yo
will be afforded prompl1t relief. Kodo1l4
is a copound1 of \egetabl~e acids and
contains the ju ies found 'in ai healhy
stomach. Kodol digests whnat you eat
makes your- food do you t ood. Solb
XV. 1 i;-on-n ..- rnl
betwe- the late Egene Field andi a
York woman. It was ::t lillr.
which was rather decollete. A fter a
sii etwee the two revltive to
aUthoc i wfo::d seemli tha eld I:0
--Oh. M.r. Field." excl!i:1 fe
m: exillatly:. *u ln n'1
vo:1 :i ar farly bena-i~
ec'! i of the Violet.
.: Sfth sxteenlth eeni
It i.'-'ot a vlitic
1 Itogcal days. -as .1
edIathsoe ()f Dia"na's
St ::ijIcted the atton
wh..* Vlose admairation she did
notI retr.Iln. lying froim his puiir
1'lt. su 'im lo Diana to destroy th
bva . w li occasioned her s mich
truble.' ina gran ted her request
Inths. however1*(. S00n renttld thet
lvss ol he'. be0 y ami was l'inmgv
way ~with grief. Whn the ti (ess
y pi y Phr :'nd Ihanged her t.in
a v i-.wh- 511! shrlink fro:n Apol
:11.1 1um and, hides her modest head
;In the( shnule.
Pale People Made Rudy by Rydale's Tonic.
P people- 1 are p1l beas ;e the
bood lA dte:ieient igantity or poor
n Ialit-, r bh. This impnovisthedi
coniliijon of the h is almoc st invari
abv e.use4d y ome wai1i11dseke
The- Cause mIay be a Ichronie disease
h-..tcor ma be th eutof an
a ,Ie se such 's fe-er. ve. It mat
ek5 not wat. cause produces ti1 i
no ti colli ition of the blood. 1 y\
dale's .Tonie will restore it to its nor
mia state and bring back the hue of
health to the pale cheek. Rydale's
Tonic is put up in 50e. and $1 sizes.
The large size contains 2 1-2 times the
smal size. WV. E. Unov.d &-(Co.
rlowers ThatChange Color.
"Ter ae a~iyowers that chauge
colo0r." -Said thie old gardener. "There
is the m1ut:11)u0 phlox. for instance.
At sunrise It is blue. ad in the after
noon it 1s pink. Then there is hibiscus
-hiSilseus mtabilis. It goes througli
thiree clianres hi the day, from white
in rhe m to rose at 11on and to
re: at suns(.t. ukewise the lantana.
The iantana is yellow one day, orange
the next and red the third. Its
changes are slow. There aire other
flowers, too. that chauge. Tlere's the
chierznthuls cliaieleo. that shifts from
white to yellow and from yellow to
red. There's the gladiolus versicolor,
that's brown in the morning and blue
i' tile evening. There's the colaca
scandnis. that mtioves slowly from
gre!ShI whtc to a deep Violet."-New
Poisoned With Diamonds.
Th jewe!er cplaced teiderIly in its
case tlhe :aounted lear shaped dia
meml. "I could kill vou with that,"
he said. "I coud poiso1 you with it.
Y~ou would die ini a few hours." "Uutp
di: ::enids arc noI~t pol5isoous?" "In
ben ainumber of suicides by diamond
dusi among gem cutters. Swallow
dlianond dust. and death will ensue
very quickly. The syrmptomis will be
the same as though strychnine had
.\ Aasing.ti In ecoing. soolthimnt.
arbol izedi W\itcht H-azel Salve. For
urns. ent. scratches. brisesC5 inseet
ites. and sore feet it is unequaled.
30oo:t for Piles. He ware of imitations.
et DeWitt's. It is the best. Sold by
W. [. Briown &S Co.
Free Medical Advice.
A w'4ell knowni Low4lon) tl phyie:anI at a
dinnler harry one ei'ening was nmuch
worried by one wvho wast seekting gra
tuitouSc adijce. "Do you knowv, doc
tor." said his questioner, "I know a
nma who suffers so terribl'y with indi
gestion that at times he can do noth
inlg bu'lt howl with pain. What would
you do in that caseY'
"Well. I su~ppose." responded the
med~(ica mn. "I should hlowl wV~it pain
"A, pater. I am no end glad to be
home f romi collegre."
"I am jolly well pleased, y'knaw."
"Hank, clean out the old stall:
There's a neCw critter on the place."
Louisville Cor rier-Journal.
A Thorough Sport.
TIhe Dei::'.un---Young moan, don't you
ioigy -t sheih :i ft M hby t1~here is, bu1t
I've ;reot .5 that s::ys the weather man
wt:-t caill the liurnl. ('ome,0 now, if
yelu-ve got anyl nerive, show yo)ur
Thlousandls of pu are daily suffer
gwt iney and liadder troubles- -
anterosailmuents that should be
hecckedl -promply. D)eWitt's Kidney
ad Bladder Pills5 are the beCst remedy
or backache. weak kidneys. inflam ma
ion of theC bladder. Their action is
rompt and sure. A week's treatment
or 25c. Sold byv W. E. Brown a Co.
The Real Article.
The Youith-Ah. w'ul I were a
gove. thlat I might hold your1 pretty
handiu. Yo tug Widlow-You certainly
w''uhli 'ie a suteess in the glove line.
T'e Yout'h-DLi you thi'nk so? Young
v\ aiow-Y\e: yon are a genuine kid.
The Mis<-issip'! iver is so crooked
loie 'f Memhis' 1a :tte-.lmer go
ef 4'in:.:t nom.gv assinug sigrnls.
A High Place.
Sweet Singer-- DC'Ilmer says lie
has a high place in the next show he
goes out with. Comedianl-Well. I
should say it is 111rb. U~e sits up in
the flies and tears upj paper for the
snuwsorm scene.-Chicago Newsi.
"The Parkers have all gene into deep
mourni:g for a very distant relative.
Don't you think it's a sign they're
rlchl':" "No. It's a sign the distant
reatve was rich."-Life.
A Memorable Day.
One ti the days we remiem~ber with
aeasre, asw wel a-. with prel:it to our
ealth, i h one on which we became
tequainted with D~r. iiin:.gs New Life~
ills, the painless pulrillers that eure'~
eadache and biliousness, and keep
the bowels right. :25e. at ThelC Aran:
Co inru Store
Takcs His Own Mcdicine.
In 1:aluchl~i vhen tle physician
ij,.: a lie is expected to partake
fa .imilar1 one' himself ns n guaranteec
of bl . ,, l fait'l. Should lie patient
i Idr his hnIIds the rea11t ives.,
thou h - h:, rrlye1r1: it. have
him t dle:th Lu
- fraom~i all respounsi
aI et eneeOs. wvhile if they
I 110upon IiimOinatii:~ him
s xpecte..d to yield tt his fate
like a ma..
A Charming Woman
i. uod Ie..a 'i o:' of oaf-e fom
and 1-atureI. .\lan ax y. nii wmn~uan whlo
pa c. those rar (ualiti's tht Ill
he woldY admirers: neaness, olear
eyes.-. ela mohsin and thiat
sp~righltiac+: o ste .and action that
accomnpany t) 1,o health1. \phyvsically
ek woman I-. nevr att rac'ti ve. not
St'ol weak women-1. a-ire strn ne(em
b-isht eye. SmooIt b velv ety k in. beau
ti Gu omplexion LI.arantOeed at The
.\ranit (o Driu Store. 5u.
A Good IMitation.
Tae ar ay an amateur artist was
prsuinig sOle raid skeches to
:-isei his chiireln. Ile drev a sketch
of :a hen s nanlly -hat when it was
ajterwal thrown in the wastO p'Alper
basktet it laih thlre.
A Litte Differcet.
"I sunppse." ihe siid vWith fine sar
easmli. "you vere sitting up with a
friend?' 'No, m'dear," replied he
truthfully. "I was settin' 'em up with
a friend."--lIous;ton Post.
Long Live the King
counrlis: wlnle in .\lrien. 111f cry of
the present day Is f.oOn live Dr.
Kin'- New Discovery. King of Throat
and Lung Lemedies:' of which Mrs.
JI ulia Ryder Paine. Truro, Mass., says:
"It neveor failis to give immecdiate relief
and to quickly cure a cou-gh or a cold."
Mrs. Paine's opinion is shared by a
maority of the inhabitants of this
country. New Disccvery cures weak
liungs and sore throats after all other
remedies have failed: and for coughs
and colds it's the only sure cure. Guar
anteed by The Arant Co. Drug Store.
50e. and $1 Trial bottle free.
STAT E OF SOUTH CAROLTNA.
rnT OF COMMON PLI\S.
Summons for Relief.
Melia or Milly Peterson. PlaintilT
Susan Bradley, Defendant.
To The Defendant Susan Bradley:
I You are hereby summoued and re
quired to answer the complaint in this
action. which a copy is filed in the
office of Clerk of Court, and to serve
a copy of your answer to the said corn
lplain. on the subscriber at his office at.
Manning in CIarendon County in said
State withiu twenty days after the
service hereof. exclusive of the day of
Vrch servicc: if you fail to answer the
I comnilaint within the time aforeSaid,
the p> ainti in this action will apply
to ti Court for the reliel demanded
Sin the complaint.
iii lJ. H.iLiESESN E.
To'( The Defendant~lt Susan10 Liraley:
Take notice that the Summions and
Compaint in this action were liled in
the oflice of the Clerk of Court (of Comn
mon ['ieas for said County and State on
the 25th1 day of JIune. A . D). 110~.
J1. H. LESESNE,
PlIntit \ Atre.
In the Srtte Schola1rshlips in SOU.TH
tAOLI'NA MILITARY ACADEIMY
to be filled byv compietitive exain a
tons exist in Clarendoni County. to
w it: Cla rendon (1).
Application blanks may be ob
tained by a.pplying to Countiy Super
intendent of Education or to COL.
C.~ S. GADSDEN. Chairmian of Board
of Visitors, Charleston. S. C.
These appliactions carefully filled
out must be reeived' by the Chair
man of Board of Visitors h.-: 21st of
STATE OF8SOUTH CAROUiNA,
Caunty a! Clarendon,
COURT OF COMMON PLE"AS.
Carles Il. Geiger. P'lainti!T
Pter S. .] lroe. PetCer S. Javr oe. .1ir..
Teiddie J1:yr1o'. andi I 1iedi .iayror-.
D efen d ants.
Summons, For Relief.
To The Defendants Above Named:
You arc hereby summoned and re
quired to answerihen Complaint in this
action of whiich a copy is herewith
served upon~ yo. and to serve -a copy
of your ainswerc to the said Complaint
on' the sub-eibers at~ their ollice in
.1anniug. S. C. within tweuty days
after the seri ic herof: exclusive of
the day of suchi serrvice: and if you fail
to answer the. Complint withiin the
time aforesaid. thte p aintitT in this tie
Iton will appl 1o th ('ourt for the
relitef demndedl in t Comiplain:.
The~ de-fendan1 ct. ee S. J1ayro ill
take not ice that' t he Su ammons aind Com
olaint in tis acton werie tiled iu the
olee of the Clerk of Court for Claren
don County on Inne 4. 10u.
larintilf A. 'torneys.
MANNING. S. C.
Capit al Stock, - i40,000
Surplus, -- -- 40,000
Dility, - - 40,000
to Depjosj ors, $ 120,000
ou hi~~-h fnnil sadi- orr
so1rcs. :i! m nake it apparem to theIi
discri auinating matftn or~L0i~, woa th:
s the saW:-t place fa:- t'aci oe. i
trust Vou :~ii accun toI ls and f ot 1 e Vi
the rceinien'. o: eveivatltini
Kodol Dyspepsia Gure
migests what you eat.
Cause oure trouble than any other organ of
the body. The funCtion of the kidneys is to
separato inorgranic salt and water in the pr
rcess of cirouiatIOn, and to remove them and
their attendatfnt poisons from the body throu;.h
the bladder. Therefore when the kidneys
becomo diseased and weak they are naturally
unabo to perform their work properly, fnnd
pains in the back, inflammation of the bladder
au urinary disorders are the result. It is
linperativo that a prompt relief b afIor ed,
which is impossible unless you remove the
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
promptly eliminat 0 polsons from the systern
and at the sameC time make the kidneys well
For Weak Kicine. S, Backache, in
flanvuintioli of the ladd1er anct all
urinuiry troubls DeWitt's Kidney
acii Bfadder Pills aro unsurpassecb,
A Week's Treatment for 25c.
Mocey backc if they fail.
W. E. BROWN & CO.
of a woman's life is the name often
given to "change of life." Your
menses come at long Intervals, and
grow santler until they stop. The
change lasts tiree or four years, and
caeses mu:h pain and suffering,
which can, however, be cured, by
Woman's Refuge in Distress
It quickly relieves the pain, nerv
ousness, irritability, miserabIeness,
fainting, dizziness, hot and' cold
flashes, weakness, tired feeling, etc.
Cardul wil1 bring you safely through
this "dodging period," and build
I up your strength for the rest z.* your
i life.' Try It.
You car get It at all druggists in
"EVERYTHING BUT DEATH
I sufferej."uritesVirginia Robson.of East
(n. ML.. 'until I took Cardul. which cured
I rne so quick!y it surprised ny doctor. who
didn't know I was takingit.
Stomach trou'1e is but a symptom of. and not
initself a true disease. We think of Dyspepsia.
Heoartburn. and. Indigestion as real diseases. yet
they are symp~toms only of a certain specific
Nerve sikdiess-nothing else.
Itwas this fact that first correcufired Dr. Shoop
in the creation of that now very popular Stomach
SRem- Dr.; Shoop)'s Restorative. Going direct
is he tomch ervs.alone brought that success
a~n faor o D. Soopand his Restorative. With.
out hatorignalandhighly vital principle, no
suhlsigaccomplishments were ever to be had.
For stomach distress, bloating, biliousness, bad
breath and sailow comnplexion, try Dr.Shoop's
Restorative-Tablets or Liquid-and see for your
self what it can and will do. We sell and cheer
W. E. BROWN & CO.
I Rydale's -
- CURE ALL
WE GUARANTEE TI-ESE TAB
LETS TO CUJRE CHRONIC CON
STIPATION, BILIOUSNESS, TOR
PID LIVER, JAUNDICE, AND ALL
AFFECTIONS OF ThE LIVER, IN
TESTINES AND BOWELS.
50 CHOCOLATE COATED TAB
LETS IN A CONVENIENT BOX.
PRICE. 25 CENTS.
Frepared and Guaranteed by
THE RYDALE REMEDY CO.,
Newport News, Virginia.
Dr. W. i.. Brown & Co.
Eat and Grow Fat
l.:\l\l'-ll 'THINGC( Il)
Give us a Trial.
Clark & Huggins.
Notice of Discharge.
;I vii pply. to then .1 luge of 1 rVobat
fo Clauudon Louty onilm an i;h y
of .\ugust. I tl~. for lettersocf d iselmrge.
s ILXeCUtor of the estate of .l ohn
W. C. D)A\'S.
maes Kild::oys :nd~ BI~ufdez Hight
BeI! & Reardon
Opp. Coffey d& Rigby's Stable,
l1>for you Iet the contrac'pt fo that
Turnd \\'r or~i tt Lg ' 1: Ir. Ourw price
.are :Q t asonablewe qu.ality. of
the~- ln eebrlmtw r is
Jekno & Hyaftt
PINJEWOOD. S. C.
Wh~ee'rights and Blacksmiths.
G eneral reaiin.-. ttorse-shtoeing~ andi
Weare now 'lpen l ne w hiijdinig.
uta FOL erfl ietl~y sh
Cures Biliousness, Sick
Headache, Sour Stom
ach, Torpid Liver and
Pleasant to take L
THEN COME OR SEND TO US.
We have the best equipped Tailor
ing Establisliient 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 wen who
we are, and they will cominend you
J, Le DAVID & BROV,
Cor. King & Wentworth Sts.,
CHARLESTON, - S. C.
eo.. Hacker &Son
Doors, Sash., Blinds,
Moulding and Building
,CH ARLESTON, S. C.
a W its and Cr
Window and Fancy Glass a Suecialty.
W.E JNINO C.
NORTHESTER R. R OF . C
InEfec Sndy Jne5.194
BETWEN SUTER ND CMDEN
Mo tbolngd.n Northbond.
Ma593 Ln.ter.Ar. a4
S7s W eight 10.....o d ....800 .5
7ea S3 pplie alwa.....h. nd.ler be..... 3 4 ill
W 11..S Ry. J ntion.. 10 O.d
BETWEEN WISUNMIL AND ME
No.6 73 4al exetS n .0 No.678
PM AM.A PM
3 0 93 Le v... .Smter ...Arrive..15 30
32 0 3.......u metJunctio ..... ...1 543
34 20 ........i dalz..........1 53
3 10.......... bler.... ..... . 0 4
70 1 ..... ...M llerb .7.. 3-- 0 42$
4 45. 0.... .... ..... u ne tion. .....10 4la
5 00..1.. 0. r.. ... ai n.......---- 00 4
PPM AM P
BETWEEN ILLARD IL AND STEL
No. 73 DNo. exep S N. 72No. 72
PM AAM PM
3 05 0 L ve. Mter r.10 riv 4 . 30
4015* 0A S.Pu Lve 1 0 452
P 3M Arv..M Aiso M.v P 40
W.o. NoYI J.75A . EINo.RG.
4 M51 0ANNINGau LS.1 3C. 2
Prmtteon. gILSen. oolecien.
.o C.DS.wss J- A.t W 'EERG -
WILSON & O'BRYAN,
Attorneys and Counslor~s at Law,
M.\NNTNG. S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING. S. C.
OSEPH F. RHAME.
ATTOR~NEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
(J ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Manning, S. C.
Om~ee Over Levi's Store.
DR. J. A. COLE.
Upstairs over Bank of Manning.
MA NNTNG, S. C.
DW.J. FRANK GEIGER.
M ANNTNG, S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LA.
MAN NING. S. C.
WoodimenI of the World.
:mieas on fourth Monday nights~ aS
m isinli Sovereigns invited.
Cleanses the system
thoroughly and clears,"
-ORIN Dsallow complexions of
* f *~ pimples and blotches.
nxative Fruit Syrup - -.dbltces
The Arant Co. Drug Store.
The splendid values we are offering you should induce you to equip your
farms with the most up-to-date.plows and implements. Our stock of Turn Plows
is without doubt the best ever brought to this market, both in value and variety;
We will be zlad to have you inspect them. We have all the various kinds of
Guano Distributors and Cotton Planters usually carried and are offering you
for the second season the Cole Cotton and Corn Planter, The Southern Cultiva
tor, a farm journal published in Atlanta, Ga., most highly recommends this
planter for both cotton and corn, and parties to whom we sold in -our county
last season are loud in their praise of this machine, aside from the splendid. re
sults to be obtained by the use of this machine in planting. It is well made of
the best steel and casting and will last for many years. We will eheerfully furn
ish names of purchasers last season for reference.
We continue to sell lots'of mill supplies. We always have in stodk such
fittings as artmost wanted and- can start you up-in short order. We ci-t pipe*up
to two inches. We have lately added to our stock-CirculareSawrTeeth for in
serted tooth saws. We carry in stock the best quality of LaceLIsaler, Pistern
Packing, Sheet Packingf Babbit Metal, and Lubricating Oil. All at the lowest
PAINT YOUR HOUSE.
It will improve your property more than any other investment. A thousand
dollar house well painted looks far morelattractive than one-many timesits value
not painted. We have the very best grades of paint at prices that will interest
We have most beautiful Floor Stains. Let us induce you to stain the floor
of one room and note how much easier it is to keep clean than the others. It
will be only a question of time when all your floors will be stained. Floor paints
and stains are mixed and ready for use. You have only to brush the paint on
the clean floor and the work is done. It dries quickly.
The splendid values we are now. offering in 0. K. Cook Stoves .continues
to bring us customers. There is nothing like 0. K. Cook Stoves made for the
same money- The handsome appearance, the splendid workmanship displayed
in their make-up, the fine quality of the iron used in the castings, all go to
make the 0. K. Cook Stove what it is, the best Cook Stove ever offered for the
mone.. Very truly yours. -
Manning Hardware C.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS
Effective May 1st, 1906.
NORTHEAST.-READ DOWN. SOUTAW9ST.---RAT UP
No.1. No.3. INo.5.No. No.. No
N..N..N..STATIONS. Mxed. Mixed'. 1xed.'-:,
ixed. Mixed. Mixed. -
A. M. P. M. P. M -
200 7 45 ........ 0 Lv ............... Alcou ..............Ar 25 s 00
205 750 ........ M ....----...McLeod* .....- -. s . - 7 -45 --
2 15 800 ........ 5 ...............Harby*..........-.--- 20 740
220 805 ........ 7 .......... ..DuRant ......... 1 7 --
245 830 ........ 12 .... .........Sardinia ..........----. 1 0 ..---.
255 840 ........ 14 .............New Zion* . ---... - - -700
3 00 845 ........ 15 ....... .....Beard* ........... 10 6 55 ........-. --
315 900 ........ 17 Seloc . - - . s 6 40 -
4 00 9 45 ..... 21 ...........--..-Hudson*,..-~.. ---...........
4 30 10 15 . 2 Ar..............Beulah................Lv 0 6 00.
P. m. P. M. 2.:
*All stations except Beulah and AlcolI are Cat stations for alI.trais.
Mondays, No. 2. FrdaNo. a .
Tuetdays, No. I. SaturdaysN A-anAd6-*1.
Wednesdays, No. 2 and No. 3.
P. P. ALDERMAN.
Trafflic Manager..- _______
*INE-- QUHFREO L
A passenger service unexcelled for luxury. -
and comfort,equippedwith thelatest Pullman
Dining, Sleeping and Thoroughfare CarM
For rates, schedule, mapsor any inforina
tion, write to
WM. J. CRAIG,
General Passenger Agent.
Wilmington, N. C.
BANK OF CLARENDON, Manning, S C.
It is to your advantage to keep an account with the
Bank of Clarendon.- ,s.o.
It is a strong, careful, safe, prompt, accurate and successful institution.
It is a growing, active, progressive, up-to-date Bank in'every particular.
You cannot ask for better treatment thanwill be the pleasure of its
oficers to give you.
Bank of Summorton, Tinning PlIumbing
Have your tinning done by an expe
Summerton, S. C. rienced workman.
I cut and thread all sizes of pipe and
am always ready to do the right thing
CAPITAL STOCK - $25,000 00 by those who bring me their work.
I make a specialty of doing all kinds
00 of soldering, such as cogee pots, ket
SURPLUS--------8,0000 tIes, stew pans, sauce pans, dish pans,
S O milk pans or anything that needs re
pairing. I will do it in a workmanLSO
LIABILITIES 25,000 00 wayiOVES.-I repair, put up and buy
your old stoves. I have had the best
- experience with hardware men and
,8000 00 will give -you satisfaction.
If your lamp is out of ordei- let me
IN OUR see it before you throw it away.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT JON P. B
Shop near Bradham's stable.
We pay interest at the rate of STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
4 Per Cent. ' lareNdoft County
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
per annui, compounding same By James U. Windham, Esq., Pro
quarterly. bate Judge.
RICHARD B. SMYTH, suit to me to grant her letters
of administration of the estate
President. of and effects of July Watson
ON LESESNE,Thse are therefore to cite and
- Cashier. . rdadcetr ftesi
Money to Loan.nigontestdyf
APPLY TO gatd
CHARLTON DuRANT. dyo uy .D 97
Bring Job ork t TheTime offi~. baAL e Judge.o roae