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S A v-ici kid lace boothel
flexible hand tuned
sole. Cuban heel and Toe Price z4.00
Toe Price 3.50
Our Stock of Dry Goods. Notions and Shoes is complete. We are now ready to serve you.
SHA WM cCOLLU ME
Su tes.c South Main Street,
MANNING, 8. 0
FOR THE SALE OF
is now ready to take care 01
your Tobacco. Buyers will
be in in a few days. If you
need some money, bring
some lugs, we'll treat you
R. D. CLARK, Prop.
Has just closed with
While we had big
sales and sold piles
of goods, we still of
Sfer some big values.
Come before the big
Ssale prices are tornl i
~off if you want cheap Si
P. KR ASNOFF. Mngr
THE FALL TRADE
has now opened and we want
an opportunity to place a New
Buggy or Wagon under your
shed. Buggies, Surreys, and
Harness to meet all require
ments and tastes, practical and
strong in construction, hand
some and thoroughly finished
in ever detail. The appearance
is what catches your attention,
the price makes them sell.
Our Harness Shop has every
style and make you want.
We expect a car of Horses
and Mules in nect week and
will have what you want all
the season. What we want is
an opportunity to show our
stock and made prices to you,
we'll risk the result.
Yours for business,
D. M. Bradham.
WEDNESDAY AD THRSDAY,
OCTOBER 2D AD 3RD.
You are cordially invited to
come and inspect our line of
Millinery, Dress Goods
Styles up-to-date 'at prices
that will interest you.
5UHM MERkTON: 5. C.
Nicolo \izii.avelli, from whose sur
name has been coinel a synonym for
treacherous craft, was a writer of
nervous and concise Italian. He took
high rank as a dramatist, his comedy
of -jandragoli" being pronounced in
ferior only to the work of Voltaire.
Leo X. admired it so much that he
had it played before him in Rome.
III; book on the "Art of War" won the
praise of so competent a judge as
Frederick the Great of Prussia. His
policy in statesmanship embodied In
his work "The Prince" was the direct
antithesis of Washington's sentiment
that "honesty is the best policy."
"Your sentence i to be suspended,"
began the merciful judge.
"Great Scott, jedge," exclaimed the
prisoner, "ef I'd knowed chicken steal
ing was a hanging offense I wouldn't
have stole."-Philadelphia Ledger.
To check a cold quickly get from
your druggist, some little Candy Cold
Tablets called Preventies. Druggists
everywhere are now dispensing Pre
ventics. for they are not only safe, but
decidedly certain and prompt. Pre
ventics contain no Quinine, no laxative
nothing harsh nor sickening. Taken
at the "sneeze stage" Preventics will
prevent Pneumonia, Bronchitis, La
grippe, etc. Hence the name, Preven
ties. Good for feverish children, 48
Preventics 25 cents. Trial Boxes 5 ets.
Sold by Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
Prior to the year 258, which witness
ed Its invasion by the Scoti, a tribe
who inhabited the northern porions of
the country now known as Ireland,
Scotland bore the name of Caledonia,
literally the hilly country of the Caels,
or Gaels. The word cael, or gael, Is a
corruptlan of Gadhel, signifying in the
native tongue "a hidden rover," while
Scot, derived from the native scuite,
means practically the same thing-. e.,
a wanderer. The Caledonians were the
inhabitants of the highlands, the ter
mination dun expressing the Celtic for
hill, fort, stronghold. The Scots were
the invaders from Scotia, who appro
priated the Hebrides and western is
lands, whereas the lowlanders were
the Picts, so called from their descrip
tion by the Romans, picti, painted men.
-"Names and Their Meaning."
There are a great many people who
have slight attacks of indigestion and
dys psia nearly all the time. Their
food may satisfy the appetite but it
fails to nourish the body simply because
the stomach is not in fit condition to do
the work it is supposed to do. It can't
digest the food you eat. The stomach
should be given help. You ought take
something that will do the work your
stomach can't do. Kodol for Indiges
tion and Dyspepsia, a combination of
natural digestants and vegetable acids,
digests the food itself and gives strength
and health to the stomach. Pleasant to
take. Sold by Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
They Were Quite Common in the Sev
Of the various examples that have
been given of early specimens of the
clockmaker's art not the least interest
lag are the several types of lamp
clocks. One of these was of a kind
quite common in the seventeenth cen
tury and consisted of a lamp bur'ner
placed at the base of a glass oil recep
tacle mounted verticaily on a suitable
standard. The oii reserv'oir had at
tached to it a scale facing the burner
and showing the hours, beginning at 4
o'clock in the afternoon, at which time
the lamp wias to be lighted in winter,
and ending at 7 o'clock in the morning.
The lamp being lighted, the gradually
descending level of the oil as combus
tion proceeded marked the hours.
The other device, of later origin, dat
ing back to the beginning of the last
century, utilized the same principle. It
consited of twvo communicating oil
chambers, superposed by a clock dial.
In one of the chambers was placed a
night larmp to illuminate this dial, and
in the other was suspended a float
from a cord which passed around a
small pulley. The latter was mounted
on a horizontal axis ending in tihe cen
ter of the dial. The float of course de
scended as the oil was consumed and
carried the index hand along with it.
thus marking the hours precisely as
In the case already cited.-Pearsonl's
Occasional headache, belching, bad
Itaste in the mouth, lack of appetite and
slight nervousness are symptoms of in
digestion when allowed to go uncared
for, will develop into a case of dyspep
sia that will take along time io get rid
of. Don't neglect your stomach. At
the first indication of trouble take some
thing that will help it along in its work
of digesting the food you eat. Kodol
For Indigestion and Dyspepsia will do
this. Kodol will make your food do
yen good and will enable you to enjoy
what you eat.. Sold by Dr. W. E.
Brown & Co.
Nero and His Voice.
In an interesting paper M. Moure
and M. Bouyer relate the extr'aordlinary
care which the Emperor Nero took of
his voice. At night Nero lay on his
back, with a thin plate of lead on his
stomach. He abstained from fruits
and all dishes which could hurt his
vdice. In order not to damage the
purity of its sou.~nd he ceased har'an
guing the soldiers and the senate. He
attached to his service an officer spe
cially deputed to take care of his voice.
He talked only in the presence of this
singular official, who warned him when
he spoke too loudly or forced his voice,
and If the empe-or, carried away by
some sudden fit of passion, did not lis
ten to his remonstrances it was his
duty'to stop his mouth with a napkin.
Stom... trouble is but a symptom of, and not
in itself a true disease. We think of Dyspepsia.
Keartbun, and Indigestion as real diseases, yet
hey are symptoms only of a certain specinc
serve sickness-hothing else.
It was this fact that first correeftfled Dr. Shoop
in the creation of that now 'very popular Stomacn
?emedy-Dr. Shoop's Rlestorative. Going direct
as the stomach nerves, alone brought that success
and favor to Dr. Shoop and his Rtestorative. With.
out that origInal and highly vital principle. no
inch lasting accomplishments were ever to be had.
For stomach distress, bloating, biliousness, bad
breath and sallow complexion. try Dr. Saoop's
Ftestorative-Tablets or LiQuid-end see for yomUs
self what it can and will do. esl adcer
W. E. BROWN & CO.
The new Laxative
that does not gripe
Vleasant to talie. La
Do You Waiitl'
THEN COME OR SEND TO US.
We have the best equipped Tailor
ing Establishment in the State.
High Art Clothing
solely and we carry the best line of
Hats and Gent's Furnishings in the
Ask your most prominent men who
we are, and they -will commend you
*J. L DAVID & BRO.,
Cor. King & Wentworth Sts.,
CHARLESTON, - S. 0.
Geo.S. Hacker &Son
Doors, Sash, Blind,
Moulding and Building
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Sash Weights and -Cords.
Window and Fancy Glass a Specialty,
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PRICE. 25 CNM
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xatlve Fruit Syrup ahroic Consipao.
The Arant Co. Drug Store.
We desire our many business friends yho read The Times
to look out for our Real Estate and Fire Insurance ad. next week,
as it will contain some of the very best investment opportunities
ever offered in this section. Our system of doing business is the
very best, and we desire those interested in Land. Timber, also
Fire, Life, Health, Accident, Plate-Glass and Live Stock Insur
ance, and Surety Bonds, to call on us as our Agency is under ex
pert management. You cannot make a mistake in placing your
business with us. Call and let us show you how and why we do
such a volume of business.
The Clareidon Ral Estale
and Fire Insuratce Ageny
MANNING, S. C. LEVI BUILDING.
"The Recollectin of Quaft
Remains Long After the
Price is Forgem
ig d 0aa01 s t h
What do you expect of a hamme
a rightly formed handle that can't
ii j work loose cr come o-.-a Lexe ou canrnot batte
Itth tru h j~ ang -nd balance for stmightdriving? Tlihn
you must get a hammer on which this name- appeamu
No matter what kind of tools want, hris-i
sigifies that every requirement i qait tai ser
vice winl be mnet.
f een Ktter Tools include notonly CarpenterToob
iill of all 1-in&- br-t algo Forks, Raes, Shovels, Hoes, '
J//f/ Mznure-hoO'kp, -rning-tkuivt* Grass-sheas- and all
bast of its kind and is guaranteed.
Dickson Harware Co.
F. P. ERVIN. W. KOGER MCINTOH . , W.E JENINSf.N
MANNING, S. C
Bring us a load of tobacco.
The very highest prices and
polite attention is guaA'an
W. KOGER McINTOSH, Manager.
SDEERING 'MOWERS AND R AKES.
FARMERS: The heavy rains of August have in-~
sured fine hay crop, this as you well know is becoming
- each year more valuable and in consequence the necessity ~
?of saving it greater, in order to do this economically you
must use machinery, now when you buy machinery, "do
Snot fail to buy the best." There are several Mowing Ma
Schines that are recognized as standard, we have selected.
from these and are selling the "Deering Ideal Mower."
-Our reasons for handling this Mower are many, among
Swhich are: Because it is the strongest made and owing .E
Sto it being evenly balanced is as light in draft as many
-~ machines of less weight. These are the most importaint,
but we are prepared to sh~ow our machines point for point
I against anything made. "We are sorry to say that they
are made by the trust, we will sell the first machine that
we can find that is not made by the trust, when we are
Sconvinced that it is as good as our Ideal Deering Mower."
We keep a full stock of repairs at all times. The
SDeering Rake sold with Ideal Mowers has the advantage
Sof simplicity of operation, any boy can work one after a
short tria.l who can drive a horse. It is made solidly of
In connection with hay-saving machinery, every -
Sfarmer or community should have a Hay Press. With ~
Sthis in view we have placed-on the market the Red -Rip
Sper Hay Press. We have this press nrow in stock, the
press is set up ready for use so that any one can see how a
Ssimple and rapidly the operation of baling can be car
Thisdo,~ is the ideal way of storing hay. Buy a press
and bale your hay, in this shape it is not only more econ
:omically stored. but will keep better and fresher and
make better feed than if stacked in the open or housed '
Sloose in barns.
vie us show you this press, if you are not con
-a vncedthat it is the best and easiest press operated on
the market we will not ask you to invest your money in it. ~
Very truly yours.
SMANNING HARDWARE COMPANY
4J OB W OR K
TO THE TIMES OFFICE