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A bggar onc.e asi ed alms of Oliver
Goldsmith as he walked with a friend
up Fleet street, and he gave her h
ling. His compaiou, knoWIng9 bome
thing of the woman. censured the writ
er for his exeess of humanity, saying
that the shilling was misapplied, as
she would spend it for liquor. "If It
makes her happy in any way. my end
is answered." replied Goldsmith.
Another proof that the doctor's gen
erosity was not always regulated by
discretion was at a time when. after
much delay, a day 'as fixed to pay
the E40 due his tailor. Goldsmith pro
cured the money, but a friend calling
Upon him and relating a piteous tale
of his goods- being seized for rent, the
thoughtless but benevolcat author gave
him all the money. The tailor called
and was told that if he had come a lit
tle sooner he could have had the
money. but that he had just parted
with every shilling of it to a friend in
distress, adding, "I would have been
an unfeeling monster not to have re
lieved trouble when in my power."
Many persons are puzzled to know
why policemen wear their badges so
low on their coats instead of on the
flap made for that purpose. As a mat
ter of fact the badge or star. as he
calls it, of many a policeman is right
next to his heart. Some of the blue
coats can thank their "stars" for being
alive. This little metal shield has de
flcted the bullet of burglar or high
wayman, and at tir.-s. too. has stopped
the knife thrust of would be assassins.
During the last twenty or thirty years
there are many cases on record show
ing that the little badge has been :1
life saver. Even bullets fired at close
-range. as a rule, cannot penetrate the
shield. That's why a bluecoat always
reels safer in keeping the star at a vital
spot. When off duty some policemen
wear their stars oi their vests, but al
ways directly over the heart. They are
so accustomed to the little protector
that they feel uneasy without it.
I'll stop your pain free. To show you
first-before you spend a penny-what
my Pink Pain Tablets can do. I will
m'ail you free, a trial package of then
Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets. Neu
ralgia, Headache. Toothache, Period
pains, etc.. are clue alone to blood con
gestion. Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets
simply kill the pain by coaxing away
the unnatural blood pressure That is
all. Address Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis.
Sold by W. E. Brown & Co.
Scott's Wise Don.
So veraclious a :, .s . Vr Wa-r
Scott had a wise d. a ha!!
Said the novelist once: -. taught him
to understand a great many words, in
asmuch that I am positive that the
communication betwixt the canine spe
cies and ourselves might be greatly
enlarged. Camp once bit the baker,
who was bringing bread to the fain
ily. I beat him and explained the
enormity of his offense. after which, to
the last .mnomuents of hIs life, he never
beard the least allusion to the story in
'whatever tonu of voice it was men
tioned without getting up and retir
ing to the l::rkest corner of the room,
with great appearance of distress.
Then !f you said 'the baker wvas well
pa-id' or 'the baiker was not hurt, after
all.' Camp came forth from his hiding
place, capered and barked and re
The Wealthy Angler's Tackle Outfit.
The wveadthy angler who wants the
best ol' everything has a special six
foot oblong case or trunk for his
fishing rods. which, being the best.
cost at1'ut $3'0 each. He has a heavy
surf casting rod, a lighter bay casting
rod and a set of fly rods for fresh wa
ter. fishing. His reels, of which he
must have various types, cost $75 each
and upwvard. For his fishing tackle
there is a special trunk, in which are
the best Irish linen lines, hooks and
fies o* all descriptions, sinkers, swiv
els, squids, spoons, spinners, floats, ar
tificial bait, etc. Such fishermen gener
ally carry duplicate tackle and several
duplicates of pole tips and such things
as may be most likely to break. The
total cost of a wealthy angler's tackle
outfit ranges from $250 to $1,000.-New
Fire and Water.
Water will extinguish a fire because
the water form"s a coating over the
fuel, which keeps it from the air, and
the conversion of water into steam
draws off the heat from the burning
fuel. A little water* makes ,a fire
fiercer, while a large quantity of water
puts it out. The explanatioD is that
water is composed of oxygen and hy
drogen. When, therefore, the fird can
decompose the water into its simple
elements it serves as fuel to the flame.
Endorsed By The County.
"'The most popular remedy in Otsego
County, and the best friend of mv famn
ilv," writes Wmn. M. Dietz, editor and
publisher of the Otsego Journal, Gil
bertsville, N. Y., "i:s Dr. King's New
Discovery. It has proved to be an in
fallible cure for coughs and colds, ma
king short work of the worst of them.
We always keep a bottle in the house.
I believe it to be the most valuable pre
scription known for Lung and Throat
diseases." Guaranteed to never d i s
appoint the taker, by The Arant Co.
Drug Store. Price 50c. and S81.00. Trial
The Married woman's sympathy.
When a married woman meets a par
ticularly attractive, busy, contented
spinster, she says plaintively: "Poor
Ada, or Virginia. or Emmeline! What
a pity that -she never married:" She
cannot help it any more than she can
help the - color of her hair. When
Frederick-fumbling dreadfully, by the
way-slipped the ring upon her finger,
he endowed her not only with all his
worldly goods, but also with an inerad
icable pity for those upon whose hand
the yellow band has never gleamed.
If he had taken to beating her' the fol
lowing week, had developed an undue
appetite for drink the next month and
had deserted her t.he following year,
she would still havfl1ooked with pat
ronage upon me,. unbeaten. unac
quaainted with intoxication, undeserted.
There is no wife so unhappy, so nleg
lected, so trampled upon, that she has
not inl her own opinion some o'ne still
more pitiable to wvhom to condescend,
and that is any unmarried woman, no
matter how busy. how cheerful. how
popular.--Anne O'Hlagan in Ha rper's
"We never repent of eating too,little''
was one of t'ne ten rules of life of'Thom
as Jefferson, president of t'ae United
States, and the rule applies to every one
without exception during this' hot
weather~because it is nard for food.
Even in small quantities, to be digested
when the blood is at high temperature.
At this season we should eat spearingly
and properly. We should also help th~e
stomach as much as possible by the use
of a little Kodol For Indigestion and
Dyspepsia~which will rest the stomach
by digesting the food itself. Sold by
w E ronwn & Co.
The Old Ncw England Sabbath.
A description of the old New Eng
land Sabbath is calculated to z..e
1estless childlre'n of tle. present day
and possibly some of their elders
thankful they were not born two cen
The Sabbath began Saturday after
noon with the going down of the sun.
Sunday mortini1g a horn Was ludly
blown to anncunce the hour of wor
ship. Service began at ' o'clock and
lasted for eight hours, with an inter
mission of one hour for dinner and
conversation. In the earliest days the
congregation sat on rude benches, their
seats being assigned them at town
meeting. The service consisted of sev
eral parts. which are chronicled in at
ancient diary as follows:
"Preliminary prayer or invocation:
chapter of Bible read and expounded;
psalm in meter. read out line by line
by Deacon S.; long prayer on various:
matters. one hour and a half: se1O!
of 100 to 250 pages: at vs . servi-e.
baptism: sinners put on tria11. coanif'ssed
before congregation. Min ter C. towed
right and left. n person stirring till he
had passed down Ad out of tue meet
A Thumb Shave.
-r ouce ou cuiller - thumb or spoony
says the barber, and I give a violent
The sailor, a little proud of his
French. looked about the room and
smiled easily. Then he -went on:
"I knowed them barbers in the south
of France wasn't up to much. I
knowed their ways was queer. But
this spoon or thumb business was the
---Quest ce qu'il y-wot's that' says
I. 'Wot d'ye mean by thumb or spoon*'
"Aud then that rarascon barber told
me that in his country in shavin'
lantern jawed men like me it was
customary to plumb out the cheeks so's
the razor could get a holt by insertin' a
spoon or a thumb into the mouth and
pressin' from the inside.
"I said to go ahead and shave me
without either spoon or thumb. H1e
wouldn't do it, though, so I chose the
thumb. it looked more hygienic. By
gosh. I can taste that there thumb
yet."-Los Angeles Times.
A Stubborn Cough Quickly Relieved by
Rydale's Cough Elixir.
Mrs. ynnie Crec-h, Selma, N. C.,
writes: "I had a v.,ry severe and stub
born cough and was spitting up blood
nearly all the time. I began using Ry
dale's Cough Elixir. It stopped the
blood at once, I began to gain flesh and
strength. I believe your cough midi
cine is the best in the world and will
do all you claim for it. Rydale's Cough
Elixir is especially valuable in chronic
throat and lung diseases. It is sold ua
der guarantee. Your money will be
cheerfully refunded if you are not satis
fied. Trial size 25c.. large size 50. W.
E. Brown & Co.
A Plain Hit.
An elderly gentleman on his way to
a quiet watering place in Scotland maet
in the railway carriage an old worthy
who turned out to be a native or the
place and, 'wishing to have a talk and
at the same time learn somethIng of
the coast village, accosted him thus:
Elderly Gentleman-i suppose the air
Is very bracing wvhere you live?
Tillage Worthy-G(raun an' healthy.
I should think snie.
E. G.-Then it's considered one of
the healthiest quarters around here?,
V. W.-I should think sae. There's
no muckle seekness there.
E. G.-I should think not. Have
you never been sick?
E. G.-How do you account for that?
V. W.-Weel, ye see. it's like this:
The doctor's kept me a' my life, an'
he jist lets mie ailone.-Illustrated Bits.
Now He Got a Drink.
An Indiana traveling man told a
story the other day of an incident on
the road. He was in the smoking car
of an express train reading his paper
when a man rushed in from the car
behind the smoker, evidently In great
agitation and said: "'Has anybody in
this car any whisky? A woman in the
car behind has fainted:" Instantly
dozens of flasks were produced. The
man who had asked for it picked out
the largest one, drew the cork and put
the bottle to his lips. With a long, sat
isfied sigh. he handed the flask back
and remarked. "That did me a lot of
good, and I needed it, for it always
makes me feel queer to see a wvoman
faint awayl"-Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Endorsed by a Minister.
Rev. Parker Holmes, pastor of the
fist al. E. church, South Hickory, N.
C., says: "I h ave used Rydale's stomach
Tablets for indigestion and regard
them as a perfect remedy for this dis
ase. I take please in recommending
them to all sufferers from indigestion."
Use Rydale's Stomach Tablets for
your trouble and you will join Dr.
olmos in this strong endorsement.
These tablets will enable your stomach
to digest your food, and thus nourish
the body and prevent the partial starv
tion from which all dyspeptics suffer-.
These tablets relieve disagreeable sym
toms at once. They will increase your
strength and flesh almost from the first
ay's use, and will soon restore you to
>erfect health. W. E. Brown & Co.
An Epitaph of Pope's.
The following epitaph written by
Pope was highly commended by John
son. It was written to keep alive the
memory of Elizabeth Corbett, who
sleeps now in St. 3Margaret's, West
Here rests a woman, good without pre
Blest with plain reason and with sober
No conquest she but o'er herself desired;
No arts cssayed, but not to be admired.
Passion and prid 7ere to her soul un
Convinced that virtue only is our own;
So unaffected, so composed a mind,
So firm, i-et soft; so strong, yet so refined,
Heaven, as its purest gold, by tortures
TM' maint sustained it, but the woman
In Germany "von"' implies nobilIty,
and all persons who belong to the no
bility prefix "von" to their names with
out any exception. Pet-sons who do
not belong to the nobility cannot have
the right to put "von" before their
names. A man who is knighted for
some reason, however, has the same
ight to ptut "von" before his family
ame as a person of ancient nobility.
For instance, when Alexander Hum
oldt was knighted he became Alex -
nder von Humboldt. All his descend
ats, male and female, take the prefix,
Get a free sample of Dr. Shoop's
Health Coffee" at outr store. If real
offee disturbs your stomach, your
eart or kidneys, then try this clever
offee imitatiion. Dr. Shoop hts close
y matched Old JTava and Mocha Coffee
n flavor and taste, vet it has not a
inge grain of real Cftee :.n it. Dr.
Shoop's Health Cotfee Imitation is
ade from pure toasted grains or
erais, with Malt Nuts, etc. Made in
minute. No tedious wait. You wvill
urely like it. Sold byThMann
A vrys-Qrc or ;rGo-Chshaa
The great mystery about Indo-ChIM
and one which must ever be insoluble
Is the story of the lost race and the
vanished civilization of that strange
country. The mighty walls of Angkom
Wat. rising in the midst of sparsely
settled jungles, remain as t'e memo
rial of a great empire which has ut
terly disappeared and is altoc:etlher lost
to history. No one will ,-er kno%
who planned this gigantie leple or
what tyrant hounded on'. 1is myriads
of people to build up those immeie
blocks of stone and cover them with
the most elaborate f sculptr res. Ang
kor-Wat was one of tie imst aston
ishing. ImouIIments in the world, and
this forgdOtten ieille was *built so as
to endmie long as the earth itself
it not for the irresistibly de
structivo effect of pla'ut life on the
stronr'st walls that man can raise.
01nily a highly civilized and very
v-,-:11lhy people could have erected
Angkor-Wat. a very different race fron
the Anamite of modern days. The
wvhole nation has disappeared as utter
ly :1s the busy myriads who once pop
ulated the wastes and solitudes of
Memphis.-Singapore Free Press.
He Got the Trout.
A story dealing with a large trout
that was rising regularly and frequent
ly is told in "Hlow to Fish: A Treatise
on Trout and Trout Fishers." This Is
-He was going up and down, up and
down, up and down; not as the Insects
offered themselves, but as It suited his
composure that he should take a midge
from the abundance. One youth was
casting at the trout; another was look
ing on. Said the angler, 'I'll have that
fish whether he takes It or not.'
'How?' his friend asked. 'I'll throw
the fly into his mouth.' The trout
went '.i rising; the angler went on
casting. I perceived the angler's no
tion. It vas that if he kept casting
accurately and the trout continued to
rise in the regular manner mentioned.
the fly would ere long fall at the very
moment when a midge was being
taken. This reckoning was justified.
The large trout was booked and land
ed by a fly that had been cast into his
"Regular as The Sun"
is an expression as old as the race. No
doubt- the rising and setting of the sun
is the most regular pe'rformance in the
universe, unless it is the action of the
liver and bowels when regulated tvith
Dr. King's New Life Pills.. Guaranteed
by The Arant Co. Drug Store. 25c.
Old Fashioned Oratory.
"We don't have no sich forensic ora
tory as we used to have," said the old
settler. "Lawyers nowadays don't
orate. They only just talk.
"Take old Bill K. Simmons of Eau
Clair. If Bill was defendin' a lowly
chicken thief he'd speak with the
tongue of angels. I'll never forgit the
peroration of his impassioned philippic
in the Clay Bull case about the poison
ed cat. It runs like this here."
The little. thin old man rose, reared
back in a defiant attitude and shonted
In the cracked treble of age:
"'Restin' upon the couch of renub
lican liberty as I do. covered with the
blanket of constitutional p~anoply- as I
am and protected by the aegis of
American equality as I feel myself to
be. I despise the buzzin' of the pr-ofes
sonal inseek who has just sot down
and defy his attempt to penetrate with
puny sting the interstices of me im
pervious coverin'.' "-Newv York Press.
The Log Driver.
The life of a iver log driver is a life
that seems to get hold of one after a
year or two. You are generally wet
through for twelve hours out of the
twenty-four. Ten of you sleep in a
12 by 15 foot shanty; you live
on fried everything, "black strap,"
teacle and stewved tea. You go to bed
at 10 and get up at 3. You are ever
lastingly cursed and nev-er praised by
the foreman. Your life is in danger
more or less all day long, and you
never get more' than $35 a month for
work that is worth $10~0. "'Then why
stick at itY' you say, and all I can
answer is, "Just give it a fair trial
for a year. and then you'll know."
The ILimit of Life.
The most eminent medical scientists
tr unanimous in the conclusion that
he generally accepted limitation of
uman life is many y-ears below the at
tinment possible with the advanced
knowledge of whioh the race is now po
sessed. The critical period. that de
,ermines its duration, seems o be be
ween 50 and GO; the propetr care cf the
ody during this decade cannot be too
trongly urged; carelessness then being
fatal to longevity. Nature's best helper
fter 30 is Electric Bitters, the scientific
onic medicine th at revitalizes e very
rgan of the body. Guaranteed by The
rant Co. Drug Store. 50ec.
A KIfdnc *Xamtner.
Sir JTohn Stainer was dearly loved by
the students when he wvas professor of
music at Oxford. "As an examiner he
was most considerate." said one who
studied under him. "and would alw~ays
lo his best to get you 'through.' I re
member his asking me a poser in a
iva voce examination. He waited pa
tiently for the answer; but, partly
through my nervousness no doubt, I
could not think of it. At length he
xlaimed testily. 'Dear me, how stuffy
this room is, to be sure,' and he wvent
ma began tugging at tile ventilator
ord. It wias quite two minutes be
ore he got the thing open, and by tile
me he had sat down again and rear
anged his gown I had the answer
edy. Comparing notes later in the
ay wvith a man who was examined
uite soon after me, I told him how
the ventilator had served me. 'How
emarkable,' lhe replied. 'Why, when
1was stuck lie said, "Ho0w extraor
inary draf'ty this place is," and spent
uite two minutes In shutting the yen
The Razor In Disrepute.
"And he tohld her all his heart, and
said unto her'. there hath not come a
razor' upon mine head, for I have b~een
Nazarire unto God from my mother's
~~omb; if I be shaven,. then my
tngth will go fr'om me, and I shall
ecome weak and be like other mn."
-Jtdges xvi. 17.
Uir on man or brute is a sign of
strength. Ie w"ho desires to keep at a
ae distanmce from dentists, let him
keep also at a great distance f'rom the
nife of time ba:-ber. To shave is an act
gainst nature. Prov-oke natur e, and
n retui'n natue will provoke you.
Said Daniel Webster: "-the razor:
It has taught me to curse. It hits cost
e inore time and more trouble than
all my speeches."
Rufus Choate. the lawyer, called-the
razor an instrument Invented by Lu
cifer to fill up hell with barristers.
Edward Everett never used profane
mguage, but before shaving he would
avariably give vent to all sorts of
There is a general impression that
the Jordan water whi-:h is used at
royal baptisms is~ taken from the sa
cred stream. put Into a bottle, hermet
ically sealed and left untouched until
the bottle is opened by the officliating.
pilest. As a matter of fact, the water
which flows out of the lake of Gal
ilee and descends a rocky gorge to
a level far below that. of the iediter
ranean is full of organic substances.
If a bottle be filled with the .water
and kelit tightly corked for a few
days it turns perfectly black and of
fers to the nostrils all the odors of
the tropics. The precaution is there
fore taken of boiling the water and
straining it before it Is sealed up, and
this is why the baptismal water al-I
ways possesses the crystal clearness
which one noti(-es oh these ceremonial
The Undertaker's Shop.
"The one thing in 'New York that I
can't get used to." said the country
visitor. "is the manifold uses to which
undertakers put their shops. I used to
be of the opinion that the only possible
errand a person could have at an un
dertaker's was to purchase funeral
supplies, but in this town I find that
people go there for all sorts of pur
poses. They go to vote. to get mar
ried and to transact all the legal busi
ness that a notary public is capable of
transacting. Yesterday I even saw a
party eating luncheon In an under
taker's establishment. They had come
Into town apparently to attend a fu
neral and instead of patronizing a res
taurant they calmly munched their
midday meal in the midst of those lu
gubrious surroundings." - New York
A lady who lived near Thomas Car
lyle kept dochin China fowls, and their
erowing was such a nuisance that the
ihilosoliber sent : complaint to her.
'I'm wer -as indignant upon hear
in the appeal.
'Why." said she. "they crow only
four times a day. and how can Mr.
Carlyle be seriously annoyed at that?"
Tpon hearing of her attitude upon
the subject Carlyle replied, "The lady
forgets the pain I suffer in waiting for
tho'se four crows."
Pale People Made Rudy by Rydale's Tonic.
Pale people are pale because the
blood is deficient in quantity or poor
in quality, or both. This inpovished
condition of the blood is almost invari
ably caused by some waisting disease.
The cause may be a chronic disease
such as dyspepsia, consumption, ma
laria., etc., or may be the result of an
acute disease such as fever, etc. It mat
ters not what catise produces this im
porished condition of the blood, Ry
dale's Tonic will restore it to its nor
mal state and bring back the hue of
health to the pale cheek. Rydale's
Tonic is put up in 50c. and $1 sizes.
The large size contains 2 1-2 times the
small size. W. E. Bnown & Co.
Once Too Often.
"What's all this excitement about?"
"Nothing worti mentioning. Man
got kuocked down."
-Not exactly. One of these men who
always cateh hold of you and push you
out of their way wvhen you happen to
meet them att a crowded corner grab
bed the wrong man just now. That's
Father (to his son, early in the morn
ing)-What is the meaning of this?
You are lying iln bed with y-our clothes
on. Son (a student)-Yes, father. I do
that so that if I oversleep n(iyself I
shall not be late at college.-Meggen
A shrewd old doctor once said: "If I
wanted to torture an enemy, I woniL
tell him he had an incurable disease.
His life would be miserable, and he
would be almost certain to die before
Client- D'idn't you make a mistake
In going into law instead of the army?
Lawyer--W'hy? Client-By the way
you charge there would be little left
of the enemy.-London Tit-Bits.
Rash presumption is a ladder which
will break the mounter's neck.--Ger
Don't accept a cough cur-e that you
may be told is just as goob as Kennedy's
Laative Cough Syrup, because it isn't
just as good-there is quite a ditference.
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup acts
gently upon the bowels and clears the
wole system of coughs and colds. It
prombtly r-elieves inflammation of the
throat and allay-s irritation. Sold by
W. E. Brown'& Co.
n the State Scholarships in SOUTH
AROLINA MILITARY ACADEMY
to be filled by competitive examina
ibns exist in Clarendon County, to
wit: Clarendon (1).
Ap'plication blanks may be ob
tained by applying to Coun~ty Super
ntendent of Education or to COL.
. S. GADSDEN, Chairman of Board
f Visitors, Charleston, S. C.
These appliactions carefully filled
ut must be received by the Chair
an of Board of V'isitors b:y 21st of
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEA S.
harles B. Geiger, Plaintiff
eter S. Jayroe, Peter S. Jayroe, Jr.
Teddie Jayroe, and Birdie JTayroe,
Summons, For Relief.
'o The Defendants Above Named:
You are hereby summoned and re
uired to answer the Complaint in this
ction of which a copy is herewith
~erved upon you. and to serve a copy
f your answer to the said Complaint
in the subscribers at their office in
anning. S. C., within twenty days
ifter the service hereof; exclusive of
he day of such service; and if you fail
o answer the Complaint within the
~ime aforesaid, the plaintiff in this ac
on will apply to the Court for the~
relief demanded in the Complaint.
The defendant, Peter S. Jayroe will
ake notice that the Summons and Comn
laint in this action were filed in the
fice of the Clerk of Court for Claren
lon County on June 24, 1907.
DAVIS & WEINBERG,
odol Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
Malces Kidneys and Biadfdor Kight
CONTAINS HONEY AND TAR
Relieves Colds by working them out of
the system through a copious and healthy
action of the bowels.
Relieves Coughs by cleansing the
mucous membranes of the throat, chest
and bronchial tubes.
"As pleasant to the taste
as Maple Sugar"
Childrewf Like It
For BACKACHE-WEAK KIDNEYS Try
D8Wltf's Kidney and Bladder Pills-Sure and Safe
W. E. BROWN & CO.
It will pay you to take good care of
your liver, because, if you do, your
liver will take good care of you.
Sick. liver puts you all out of sorts,
makes you pale, dizzy, sick at the
stomach, gives you stomach ache,
headache, malaria, etc. Well liver
keeps you well, by purifying your
blood and digesting your food.
- There is only one safe, certain and
reliable liver mediine, and that is
For over 60 years this wonderful
vegetable remedy has been the standby
in thousands of homes, and Is today
the favorite liver medicine In the world.
It a.cts gently on the liver and kid
neys, and does not Irritate the bowels.
It cures constipation, relieves con
gestion, and purifies the system from
an overflow of bile, thereby keeping
the body in perfect health..
Pri::e 25c at all druggists and
Stop That Cold
To check early colds orCGrim with "Preventics"
mneans sure defeat for Pneumonia.. To stop a cold
with Preventics Is safer than to let it run and be
obliged to curo it afterwardi. To be sure. Pre
Ten'cs will cure even a deeply seated cold. but
taken early-at the sneeze e o
beofth s e eryo. ha sre yetter .
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chreanthruyafe'tos I ofe
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Lsual scns.AdoT fRgouhLd. I
WET T CE. HRO N IC COS
PDLIVER . ADIETNDA.S
TESTINES AND BOWELS.
50 CHOCOLATE COATED TAB
LETS IN A CONVENIENT BOX.
PRICE. 25 CENTS.
Prepared and Guaranteed by
THEl RYDALE REMEDY CO.,
Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
Eat and Grow Fat
FRESH MEA\TS AT
Give us a Trial.
Clark & Huggins.
Te Bank of Manniii
MANNING, S. C.
Lapital Stock, - S40,000)
Surplus. - - 40,000
S tockhoblers' Lia
iility, - - 40,000
to :Depositor's. $120,000.
ore.llmake it apparenlt to the
.iscriminatingr man or woa that
; the safest place for their money. En-1
r~ust yu account to us and you will be~
he recipient of every attention andl
The new Laxative cures
that does not gripe Stomach and Liver
or nauseate. trouble and
1easant to take. ChT0WC COnMtII 8aion .
The Arant Co. Drug Store.
Do You WatF
r '1' fl The splendid values we are offering you should indc o to equip your
is withotit doubt the best ever broughbt to this market, both in value and variety.
C L T ' O We will be fflad to have you inspect them. We have all the various. kinds. of -
Guano Distributors and Cotton Planters usually carried and are offering you'
THEN COME OR SEND TO US. for the second season the Cole Cotton and Corn Planter, The Southern Cultiva- "K
Tir-tor, a farm journal published in Atlanta, Ga., most highly recommends this.
We have the best equipped Tai planter for both cotton and corn, and parties to whom we sold in ourcounty
ing Establishment in the State. last season are loud in their praise of this machine, aide from the splendid re
We handle 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 willcheerfully. furn
High~is Arnaotmjes of Purchasers last season for reference.
High Art ClothinMLSUPI.
solely and we carry the best line of We continue to sell lots of mill supplies. We always have, in stock such
Hats and Gent's Furnishings in the fittings as are most wanted and can start you up in short order. We.ectpipe up
city. to two inches. We have lately added to our stock Circular Saw- Teeth
Ask yournmost prominent men who serted tooth saws. We carry in stock the best quality of Lace Leathe
we are, and they will commend you Packing, Sheet Packing, Babbit Metal, and Lubriating Oil. at
tons. pPAINT YOUR HOUSE.
SL D ID & BROt will improve your property more than any other investment. A thousand
*J ,D VI R , dollar house well painted looks far morelattractive than one many timesits value.>
not painted. We have the very best grades of paint at price that will intere t
Cor. King & Wentworth Sts., YOU.
CHARLESTON, - S. C. HOUSEKEEPERS.
____ -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.
Go S.Hacker&Sonwill be only a question of time when all your floors will betained.
Geols Hack r &S n andstais are mixed and ready for use. You have only to brush'the' paint onm
tecenfloor and the work is done. It dries quickly.
MANUFACTURFEaS or The splendid values we are now offering- in 0. K. Cook Stoves cnsus.~
D rto bring us customers. There is notBingd like 0. Cook Stoves made fr thes.
isame money The handsome appearance the splendid workudanship diiplang
in their make-up, the fine quality of the iron used in the Casting all your
f make the 0. K. Cook Stove what it is, theebest Cook Stove ever offeredfor t
Wd 1 money.
G Very trlyyours, r
ALCOLU R AILROAD.
Doors, Sash,a Blinds,jdA La Ga., s tgoYh
neu this Mayie in p906.
Moulding and Buildinz NORTHEAST.-READ DOWN. Esicti laUTsWe l c U
Material, No. 1. No.3. No.5. N..'o4 o.
CHAR EST N, S C. Mixed. Mixed-e.1 - STATIO11~S. Wxed;-(xd.Mxd
Sash Weigt nrts and Cords.tA.pis.todr W
200 7 45....... Lv .........lately A oou .........ded. 8t00o ..o sk c r Te
205 .750... ............. meeodip................~ .74.
Pakn,.he.acig .ab ea a20 740
Window and Fancy Glass a Specialty. p e mor than... .. aothr ' s - m18 7 A3t..h
2ot pantd We have.. the very..... bSardesnfiain atpiesta.wl.ntrs
55 1 40!:: 11 .............New -Zion* ............i .112 00 ...
300 8 45......15.............eard'.............16..
90 . 7 ..............SeloC. ....... ..-3'' 40.
F. M1. P. AT .............................................L .60
w Al stations except Beuna and Alcolu are fi stations for Floo pai n
Mondays, No.2. ixre, No o . '
Tuer-days, No. 1. Saudas o..ad No- ?
Wednesdays, No.2 and No. Is d . rs c
Th sda d v.au - n
R. P. ALDErMAN, lk .
- Traffic Manager. an
A complete stock of casicets, Coftns and Fu--__________________
neral Supplies always on hand. Mv hersewill
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).....
NORTHWESTERN R. R. OF S. C.: fig G
TIME TABLE No.6.
In Effect Sunday, June 5, 1904. f n
BETWEEN SUMTER AND CAMDEN.
Mixed, Dnily except Sunday.
No. 69 No. 74 No. 70 No.2A
PM AM AM PM
6 25 9 36 Lve..Sumter..Ar.9 00 545 -l
6 Z7 9 38 N. W. Junction....858 C43
6 47 9 .59 .... .... Dalzell ...... 8 22 513
7 05 1010........Borden ......8 00 458
7 23 10 21........Rembert's...7 40 4 43 A passenger service unexcelled for
730 1031........Eller be......730 4 12$
750 1H H0..So. Ry. Junction..7 10 4 25
00 1 0 A . Cade..Le'and comfortlequippedwith the.Iate~t'Pm an
8 00 11 10 Ar... amden..Lve7 00 4 15
PM PM AM PM
BETWEEN WILSON'S MILL ANP SUMTER
No. 73 Daily except Sunday. No.72
PM PM F
3 00 Leave......Sumter ......Arrive..12 30
3 03.......Summerton Junction........2 2
3 20.............. Tindal.......... .11 te
3 M5...............Silver...... ..........11 00
S ............ M illard ..............110
4 45.'..............Summerton ..........10 15
5 25...............Davis........ ....... 945
5 45...............Jordan ............... 9 45
6 30 Arrive...... Wilson's Mill.Leave 8 40
BETWEEN MILLARD AND ST. PAUL.
Daily except Sunday. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
No. 73 No.75 , No. 72 No. 74
PM1 AM AM PM
4 05 10 20 Lve '1illard Ar.10 45 5 30
4 15 10 30 A'' St. Paul Lve.10 35 4 -20 1
PM AM AM PM
FHOS. ILSON, President.
1'HOS WILON, resient.It is to your advantaize to keep an account-'with the .
W. C. DAVIS. J. A. WEINBERG.
DAVlS &WEINBERG, BEAS
DAis NrY AT WENBRG It is~E a strong, careful, safe, prompt, accurate and successful. istitution3J
ATTORNEYS AT LAW BECAUSE
MANNING, S. C. Itisagrowing, active, progressive, up-todateBakin..evelylarticular.
Prompt attention given to collections.
You cannot ask for better treatment than will -be the. pleai-re, of its,
JOHN S. WILSON. S. OLIVER o*URwAN. officers to give you.
Attornys an Florida -CubiLaw
LANIA p sank of SUucONel Tinning & lumbing
gHave your tinning done by an expe
HFor irtesSC. rienced workman. .nform
LE 1SE u m rtn .C cut and thread all sizes of pipe and
ATTORNE Y AT LAW. am always -ready to do the right thing
CAPITAL STOCK - $25.000 00 by those who bringime their work.
MAN, ____-SRPU I make a specialty of doing all tids.
MANING, S. C.------8000 001 of soldering, such as coffee pots, ket
tes, stew pans, sauce Pans, dish P
milk pans or anyth C.at needs
JOSEPH F. RHAME2, STOCKHOLDERS- ine-t
00 0pairing. I will do it in a workian,.w
ATTORNEY AT LAW, LIABILITIES 25O a i,
S. C. a t k your old stoves. I have had the besa:c.o,
experience with hardware Lmen and
MNcS WAlK'\ WOODS, $58,000 00~ will give you satisfaction.
I lif your lamp is out 'of order let me
Ci* ATTorNExY AT LA W. IN OUR see it before you throw it away.
BMannannk Se3. C.
B EJOHN P. BEL.
AVItG isasrogPARTE Shop near Bradham's instable.i o -
COLE, We pay interest-at the rate of t i See
DE NTIST, . Se
UJpstairs over Bank of Manning. 4 Per Centtogiveeo
MANNING, S. C.
Phone "No 7 Aper Nnum, compounding same
Iquar-terl.Op ofy&Rlb. tbe
ItR. J1. FRANK GEIGER. Before you let the contraet for that
D RICHeARD B. SMYTH, Turned Work or Log Cart. Or prices
DENTIST. are very reasonable when quality of
President. work is considered.
MXANNING, S. C. Oublcsihwork is up to the
_________________ JON W. ESEeN, stpan ,n whe o pneed dish s,
STOCK OLDER't-ipn rmembernthat ware us.
r HARTON URANT Casier airng accommod t inevr an w erk are
__alys ld stoee.-haeadtebs
eA TTORNEY .AT LA W,
APPL O seeigrhythro and Bawksy.
Oetsicn Over Levi's niore. SAbugyNpantinEPARTciatyNT
Phone Noe .rperoannum, compoundingdSame
Vistin Soerign initd. rin uar lo. r oTelms ie erdpt Trssrcl ah