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.A>UIM A PPELT. k.cditor.
MANNING. S. C., JUNE 2, 1909.
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Liberal contracts mad for three. six and twelve
Communications must De accompanied by the
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No communication of a personal character
will be publisbed except as an advertisement.
Entered at the Postoffice at Manning as Sec
ond Class matter.
WE APPEAL TO MANHOOD.
Our school has closed for the
session, a splendid year's work
has been accomplished, but not
without financial shortage. The
public schools of Greenville had
a similar experience, and the
schools were about to close be
fore the term ended, because
the funds were exhausted. A few
public spirited citizens came to
yether and effected a continuence
of the schools by contributing
the means out of their owvn
pockets. There is a large short
age here, the trustees are econo
mical business men. but they
cannot do the impossible, an en
gine cannot be run without
motive power, therefore it stands
to reason that such a school as
we are justly proud of cannot be
run a nine-months term without
adequate means. This we have
not at present, but it must come.
People of School District No.
9, it is-your pride and patriotism,
and vour children's future that is
at siake. So far you have done
well, you have ?uthorized those
in authority to erect a commo
dious school building, with a
view to accommodating - the
future growth of Manning, now
let us beseechyou, not to grow
weary and lag, but come for
ward like. men, and determine to
uphold the trustees in the effort
to secure the necessary means.
The tax levy is now to the limit.
an increaz cannot be made in
the levy,?nd there are only
three ways that we know of to
get the sufficient amount of
money. 1st, private contribu
tions; 2nd, legislative authority
to levy and enforce such a con
tingent fee as in the judgment of
the trustees is necessary: 3rd,
raising property valuations. This
is an important matter, so vital
lv so that every man, woman
and child is interested, this be
ing so, we suggest that the trus
tees call a public mass meeting
for the patrons of this school to
exchange views looking to the
devising of means that will in
'sure the school's future.
The following offers cc
The Manning Timi
Ainslee's Magazine.-.........3 50
American Boy.........-..... 50
American Homes & Gardens. 4 50
American Moth'erhood..... 2 50
American Poultry Journal... 2 00
Appleton's Magazine.....-...3 0O
Atlantic Monthly.-....-..... 50
Automobile....-...-........ 4 50
Black Cat..........---- --- 2 50
Blue Book.................. 3 0
Book-keeper......-.......... 2 0
Bookman......- ........-.... 4 00
Boston Cooking School-..2 50
Breeder's Gazette............ 3 50
Burr McIntosh Monthly....4 50
Century Magazine........... 5 50
Children's Magazine.... .... 2 50
Christian Herald (N. Y.)-..3 00
Country Life in America....5 50 -
Craftsman............-- ...-- 4 50
Current Literature...........4 50
Designer.............- ....--- 0
Dressmaking at Home-...2 50
Educational Review..........4 50
Electrical World.......-..... 4 50
Electrician & Mechanie....2 50
Etude (for music lovers .. ... 3 00
Farm Journal (2 years)..... 1S8
Field and Stream-.....-..... 00
Forum .....-.. .- ............ 3 50
Garden Magazine............ 50
Good Housekeeping.....-..-2 50
Good Literature......-...... 1 5
Hampton's Magazine......... 00
Harper's Bazar.. .......- ..-- 5
Harper's Weekly............ 50
Home Needlework....... 2 25 _
House Beautiful............. 4 00
Housekeeper.............-... 2 25
Housewife................... 1 8
Human Life......-.....----- 250
Illustrated London News....- 7 50
International Studio.-.......6 50
Judge............--- ---... 6 50
Keramic Studio.............. 5 50
Ladies' W orld...-........... 2 00
Leslie's Weekly....-......... 6 50
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Lippincots Magazine-... 4 00
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Metropolitan Magazine..... 3 00
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All Subscriptions are for one it
us your list, and we will quote
The Yorkville Enqbiirer re
gards Tilman's attitude on the
tariff 'more practical than sen
timental," and the Co>lmbia
State throws a fit. Too bad.
The self-assuming superiority
of our contemporary, the Colum
bia State, would provoke a smile
did it not take itself soseriously.
As it is, we are moved to pity.
It is no use to try to reason, it
knows it all, everybody that dis
agrees with it, is either fool or
knave. Notwithstanding its un
happy characteristic, the "State"
in time has done, and occasion
ally does yet, some excellent
Now that Senator Tillman has
voted for a tariff on lumber.
some of the newspapers that
were beguiled into censuring
Congressman Lever by the Co
lumbia State, are wondering
where they are at. If Lever,
by his vote on lumber, "stabbed
the Democratic party in the
back." which part of the Demo
cratic party's anatomy did Till
man stab? The Orangeburg
Times and Democrat may be
able to enlighten us. Now comes
Senator Bacon of Georgia, a
Democrat of Democrats, propos
ing a 20 per cent. advalorum tax
on raw cotton as a revenue duty.
If this duty goes on it will have
the effect of driving out of com
petition with the Southern cot
ton grower of some 20,000,000
pounds of imported cotton. It
begins to look nov as if protec
tionlis what is needed for the
Comptroller General Jones is
to get after the county auditors
to investigate all cases where
taxpayers are liable for income
tax and make reports where re
turns have not been made.
It is airight to get after the
tax-dodgers and make them
come across, but this income tax
requirement is so complicated,
and so little understood that we
doubt very much if many of the
auditors understand the law as
construed by Comptroller Jones.
The chief of the State's fiscal
department has issued several
letters of instruction, each of
which are conflicting and con
fusing: if all who are liable to
an income tax have not made re
turns, no blame can be attached
to the auditors, as none of them
so far as we have been able to
learn, are in a position to say
just what is an income, as con
templated by the law.
Trouble Makers Onsted.
When a sufferer from stomach trouble
takes Dr. King's New Life Pills he's
mighty glad to see his Dyspepsia and
Indigestion fly, but more he's tickled
over his new, tine appetite. stroog ner
ves healthy vigor, all because stomach,
liver and kidneys now work right. 25c
at all druggists.
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Readers appreciate the
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s 00 practical lessons in hom
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00 decorating and furnishit
io I women, the care of chili
1 75 humor and puzzles, ech~
1 Review is 15c. a copy al
5 00 THE MA]
1 s0 PICTORL
5 85 MODERN
3 I5 Pictorial IF
1 year. Subscriptions may be n
ro the lowest possible price. W
The Columbia EV ening Record a:
is mistaken in assuming that r1
Major D. A. Bradham's member- ti
ship in the Arkansas legislature g
gave him the title of "Major." b
This young man graduated from h
the South Carolina Military Aca- S
demy with the rank of "Captain." a:
After which he became one of the b
instructors of the military school! h
at Yorkville, and later became I
commandant of a military school ci
in New Mexico a state institution,
the position carries with it the
rank of Major. Clarendon is just
ly proud of this young man, and is
his prominence in the State of his v
adoption is a source 6f gratifica
Men Past Fifty in Danger. F
Men past middle life have found com- K
fort and relief in Foley's Kidney Reme- n(
dy, especially for enlarged prostate sr
gland, which is very common among N
elderly men. L. E. Morris, Dexter, Ky., ai
writes: "Up to a year ago my father gi
suffered from kidney and bladder trou
ble and several physicians pronounced
it enlargement of the prostate gland and
advised an operation. On acconnt of his
age we were afraid he could not stand E(
it, and I recommended Foley's Kidney
Remedy, and the first bottle relieved
him, and after taking the second bottle tl
he was no longer troubled with this G
complaint." W. E. Brown & Co. ti
For the information of those h
living in that portion of Claren- F
don having a vote on 'the ques
tion of a new county, we will
say, should the county of Rut
ledge be organized, the section ai
going into it from Clarendon
will not be relieved from any of s(
Clarendon's bonded indebted- si
ness. The taxpayers in the cut- o,
off townships will be charged ,
up with the bonded tax, and the bi
same will be collected just cc
as now. So if there are any in
who are expecting to escape
Clarendon's bonded taxation by w
voting for the new county, they i
are mistaken. .b
The United States Senate once, oi
the most dignified law-makng P
body in the world, is fast losing m
its honored tradition all because d(
less care is taken these days in b(
the selection of men for that dis- at
tinguished' office. Senator Bailey ti
of Texas, a smart, but tainted es
politician, has on more than one in
occasion broke into notoriety by
doing the unusual. His last ca
escapade was a fight with Mr. te
W. S. Manning, correspondent w
of the New York Times, because fu
of an article in that paper which u<
Mr. Manning disclaimed the tt
authorship of, but notwith- ai
standing Bailey's size and 220 w
pounds of weight, this bully of ai
a bag of wind and beef, got all oi
that was coming to him from si
Manning, who is small of statue n4
and weighs about 150 pounds. ti
It is hightime such men as bl
Joseph Weldon Bailey have their.m
bluffs called, they go about with 'ci
a chip on their shoulders, but rm
usually select to have all the si
odds in their favor, and occasion- bi
gazines of the highest mi
Subscription offer. Through a mo!
aue of the 'up to date-minute fash
ine. It has' four foreign offices,
erts, in Paris, London, Berlin and
aders in touch with what is newest
nable style. Pictoiial Review is not
nteresting, its articles broad, and
e of the regular deportments are
dressmaking, millinery, crochet
ousehold finance, sanitation, home
, money-making suggestions for
Iren, a page for elderly people, wit,
oes from the stage, etc. Pictorial
id if bought singly would cost S1.80
~NING TIMES, 52 numbers, $1.50.
1L REVIEW, ..12 numbers, $1.00.
MAGAZINE,.-.12 numbers, $1.00,
PRISCILLA, ..12 numbers. .50.
~eview Pattern...-..Value.. .15.
value .. . . .--- , 4.15.
THE MANNING T
w or renewal, or extensions. Mas
will duplicate any offer made by
Lly the self- 'vertising Goial
.in into a David and i
eated t,. - -rise. It is
reat pity h: tead Manni
eing arm, L 2i an umbrel
e had not .d a good, sto
outh Carolina hickory stii
ad worn it out on the Te:
ully, to a frazzle. and then p
aps the border-raised ruff
ould have had a lesson in i
Women Who Are Envied.
Those attractive women who are Ic
in face, form and temner are the
, of many. who might be like them
eak, sickly woman will be nervous :
ritable. Constipation or Kidney p
is show in pimples, blotches, s
-uptions and a wretched complexi
:r all such. Electric Bitters work %
.rs. They regulate Stomach, Liver:
idneys, purify the blood; give str
wrves, briught eyes, pure breg
riooth veivety skin, lovely complexi
any charming women owe their hee
id beauty to them. 50c at all dr
Pine Grove Closing.
litor The Manning Times:
It was my pleasure to atte
ie closing exercises of the Pi
rove school at Turbeville
e night of May 24.
The teachers who have so al
d painstakingly stood at t
alm the past year were Mr.
red Morris, principal, and M
oyce Rollings, assistant.
The exercises consisted
d were highly enjoyed by o
'the largest audiences ever
,mbled there on a similar oc<
on. The exercises were h(
a large stage extending fr
e of the piazzas to the sch<
ldinst while the audience w
>mfortably seated out of doc
On Tuesday following a pici
as given by the friends a
trons of the school, the obj<
,ing to arouse interest in t
7oposed plans of further dev
ment and progress. Rev.
. Hutson was master of ce:
onies, and County Superint(
,nt of Education E. J. Brow
ing present was called up
id responded in a short talk
e interest of further and n(
sary efforts being put forth
prove the school conditions.
The leading feature of the
sion was an address by Li(
nant-Governor T. G. McLet
ho made a clear-cut and for(
.1 speech along the lines of
!ational service. Dinner w
ien announced. Mr. Den
mnounced publicly that dint
ould be served to the visit(
id strangers first, and that
le so far as they could he
iould go away without the
ar man being nourished. j
ough Mr. Dennis had a ha
iggy whip in his hand as
eandered in and among t
owd making this announ,
ent, he was soon able to m:
ial and march a most willi
snd to the table where tt
erit- The needs ai
interests, Fiction, 'j
at unusual arrangement withn
Aims to be the one indispi
of America. It stands for
and for national, civic and
The world's work is told il
portant happenings in e:
art, literature, etc. The s
best procurable. Readers
writers on dress, etiquet
phases-the table, the farn
investments and child-culti
ened by the masterly inspi
Marden, the editor, and a
Success Magazine is 10c. a
cost $1 .20 a year.
aznsmay be sent to one
any reputable agent, agency
;hs were soon consuming the tempt
tre ing food so lavishly served byI
a the good ladies of that commu
la, By way of digression your
ut, correspondent wishes to :tdd a
-k. few words ol praise to the thrifty1
:as farmers in that section whose
er- crops bear unmistakable evi
an ldence of assiduous care. These
le- are a working people and when
they produce a crop they can:
enjoy the fruits of their toil.
No crop has proven a better
ye: money-maker than tobacco, and
e-the crops of the weed are look
. A ing fine.
Lnd Last but not least those peo
s pie need a railroad closer-even
on. through that excellent village
on- community. From the appear
Lnd ance of the locality and the roads
'9 it would seem that the present
Alcolu railroad could be carried
Ith by there with considerable ad
g- vantage both to the railroad and
~ ~ SPECTATOR.
A Thrilling Rescue.
nd How Bert R. Lean, of Cheny. Wash.,
ne was saved from a frightful death is a
ne story to thrill the world. "A hard cold,"
on 'he writes, "brought on a desperate lung
trouble that baffled an expert doctor
oly here. Then I paid $10 to .15 a visit to
he a luug specialist in Spokane, who did
R not help me. Then I went to California.
but without benefit At last I used Dr.
SS King's New Discovery, which complete
lv cured me and now I am as well as
of ever. For Lung Trouble, Bronchitis,
Coughs and Colds, Asthma, Croup and
Whooping Cough it's supreme. 50c and
ne $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by
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ld Children Service at raxville.
>m On next Sunday afternoon at
>ol 4:30 o'clock, at the Methodist
re church here, a cradle-roll service
rs will be held. Mrs. A. J. Jones
-ii has this service in charge and
nc will make it a very interesting
nd one. At 5'ociock Rev. T. W.
ht Munnerlyn, the pastor, will de
liver a discourse upon the sub
e ject, "Parental Responsibility."
E. On the same evening at 8:30
-e- o'clock, a children's service en
n~ titled, "Palms and Praises" will
rie be given. Everybody is cordially
n invited to attend all of these
m services, but I do earnestly ask
c- the presence of all parents of
to the town and community, irre
) spective of denomination, at the
>-- afternoon services.
u-, M. B: CORBETT,
de- S. S. Supt.
Paxville, S. C., June 1st. 1909.
as - ~
11s Everyone would be beneftted by tak
er ing Foley's Orino Laxative for consti
irs pation, stomach and liver trouble, as it
sweetens the stomach and brea th. gent
ly stimulates the liver and regulates the:
P: bowels and is much superior to pills sand
En ordinary laxatives. Wby not try Foley's
. Orino Laxative today? W. E. Brown &
ge __ ___-_
he The Answer.
he "They say the .Toneses are a very
3e- happy couple."
a.r- "But .Tones is a traveling man and
ng Is very seldom at horne."
ey "Exactly."-Cleveland Leader.
ddesires of every one wi
echnical, Music, Art, Hum
the publishers we are able to make!t
msable magazine in the home- Is
the highest ideals in home life,
business honesty in public life.
1 articles descriptive of the im- of
gineering, sciente, agriculture, hi
erial articles and fiction are the hi
have the advice of the ablest mn
te home-making in its various ve
n the garden1 books and reading, de
Lre. Success Magazine is strength- ar
rational writings of Orison Swett wi
wealth of poetry, humor and art. kt
copy and if bou'ght singly would P:
)Y'S and DELINATOR
r to separate addresses. Additional
Petit Jurors drawn to serve Tit the
Court of General Sessions whih t
convenes at Manning Tuesday morn
ing. June Sth, Hon. G. W. Gage, pre- 1
D J Ross, Remini
W P Roberts, Forestou.
T I Walker, Suammerton.
J P Childers, Davis.
C J Oshorn, Turbeville.
A 1 White, Alcolu.
B F Lowder, Manning.
V T Cliewning, Manning.
) H Smith, New Zion.
W J Rawlinson. Jr., Jordan.
W N Cobia, Summerton.
B S Crawford, Alcolu.
J 'T Murray, Manning, R. F. D.
David Beard, Turbeville.
W M Plowden, Mannin; .
J A Green, Turbeville.
J M Barwick, Pinewood.
L P Hardy, New Zion.
John Driggers, Lake City.
J W Childers, Davis.
E C Horton. Manning.
J W Ridgill, Maining.
D S Wheeler, Turbeville.
W M Player, Turbeville.
J C Dennis, Turbeville.
R M Mellette, Turbeville.
Hubert L White, Wilson.
J W Clark, Jr., Davis.
C J B Corbett. Davis.
M D Driggers, New Zion.
J B Buddin, Turbeville.
G L Tobias, Foreston.
H W Mins, Turbeville.
L B McFaddin, Mayesville.
J E Kelly, Alcolu.
John Coker, Lake City.
Colds that hang on weaken the con
stitution and develop-into consumption.
Foley's Honey and Tar cures persistent
cougbs that refuse to yield to other
treatment. Do not exoeriment with un
tried remedies as defay may result in
your cold settling on your lungs. W. E.
Brown & Co.
The M}lanageiment of The I
Times will hereafter go
over the mailing lists every
week, and without further
notice every subscriptio in
arrears over one year will
be stricken off. This is done,
in compliance with the.'I
vostal regulations.So watch
the label on The Times, it
will tell yout when youzr
Many of ou citizens are drifting to
wards Bright's disease by neglectine
symptoms of kidney and bladder trouble
which Foley's Kidney Remedy will
quickly cure. W. E. Brown & Co.
Not His Fault.
Madame - What do yon inenb
coming home at 3 in the inoruing'
Monsieur-I ash-shure you. m'dear. Iss
not my fault The cafe has only juss
shut up.--Illustrated Bits.
To commonplace people the extraor
dinary seemis impossible.-De Retz.
Makes Kidneys and Bladder Right
11 be found represente
nor, Religion, Etc.
his remarkable offer to our subscri
NLY - -
one of the best Embroidery Maga
- Leading Fancy Wor]
Ameica. It is undisputed authol
-oidery, knitting, crocheting, lace,
>me decorations. It is filled fron
onth with designs, instructions, d
luable information. Aside from t
~partments, there are departments
id water-color painting, stenciling
ork, basketry and the like. It has
epers, and is a real good magazin
iscilla is 10c. a copy. and if hou
..20 a year.
Value $4.00, for $3.00.
postage is charged on Canadian an
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Three New Hats.
Milliners have other troubles besides
he frequent difficulty of collecting
ills. One milliner tells of a letter she
eceived from the wife of a man who
n a brief time had advanced-from j
overty to great wealth. His family
vas still in obscurity, but was prepar
ng to emerge.
"I want you should make a bonnet
nd two hats right off," wrote the ii
rife, "for me and the girls, and ex- a
ense is no account.
"My measure Is nearly twelve inches
rom ear to ear over the head and
ight under chin and six from top of e
orard to back hair, and that's near c
nuff for both the girls.
"I'm sandy. Jane is dark, and Lucy's I
ot red hair. We want lively colors,
.nd I want blue flowers and strings
n mine, besides some plooms.
"Jane wants hers green, and Lucy
vants pink. We don't care what shapes, y
ut they must be becomingi nd so as. I
hey won't blow to peaces In the wind. s
or we don't want them loud. for my
usband won't hear to such.
"Please send within fire days. and
C satisfatory bill will be paid at once."
Curly Hair Means Obstinacy.
The curly headed man uttered an ex
lamation of maze.
"Strange," he said, "I have been
trawn for. juries time and again, but
have never served. They always t
hallenge me. I w6nder why?"
"It is your curly hair," said a law
er. "A curly headed man kills a jury.
le always causes it to disagree."
"That is not true. You must be. I
razy," said the other.
"It is the gospel truth," the lawyer
>ersisted. "Curly heads are as obsti
iate as mules. They think they know
t all. They disagree with everybody.
"It is because," he hastened to add,
'their curly hair makes them so good c
ooking. In childhood they are spoiled l
)y their parents, and In maturity wo
nen spoil them, falling in love with
hem on every side. So they become
onceted. They disagree with every
)ody. Lawyers the world over recog
lze that as jurymen they would never
."-New Orleans Times-Democrat
rescn'bes Dr. Blosser's Catarrh Remedy.
Dear Sirs-I first used your Catarrh Cure in
2e case of my son. who had chronic naso-phar
ngeal catarrh. with great benefit to hin. I
ften prescribe it for other of my patients, and
think it is quite the finest remedy for catarrh
aat has ever been placed on the market.
Thanking you ror past favors, I am,
Yours very truly.
M. J. D. D TZLER. M. D.,
Elloree, S. C.
Dear Sirs-Your medicine is Trinning, fast in
ls country. It has effected some remarkable
ures. I do not iznow th . it has failed in one
istance where it has been fairiP tried.
Very truly . .A
Ray. T. H. ALLEX.
Dr. Blosser's Catarrh Remedy is for sale by
[. R. Boger, Manning. , C. A month's treat
ient for S1.00. A free Lmple for the asking.
postal card will bring is by mail.
Knew He Was Safe.
"You seem to be going home in a
rery cheerful manner for a man who
as been out all night."
"Yes. You see, my wife is an ama
teur elocutionist, and she's saving her
roce for an entertainment tomorrow
aght"-Cleveland Plain Dealer.
As He Remembered It.
'Shadbolt. did you ever have a touch
f anything like the appendicitis?"
"Once. Have you forgotten, Din
uss, that when you were operated on
for it you touched me for an even hun
d in this list-Women
.50 for $2,15.
zines published. It is Primi
ity on all kinds of em- Rudd
costumes, lingerie and seien1
cover to cover each Scien
escriptive articles and Scrib
le strictly fancy-work Smith
devoted to china, oil. St. Ni
-, pyrography, leather Stran
many helps for house- Snd
for the home. Modern Sunse
ght singly would cost Systei
'j- Van ]
l Foreign subscriptions, if yoa
L New Back for an Old One. How
it Can be Done in Manning.
The back aches at times with a dull,
adescribable feeling, making you weary
nd restless: piercing pains shoot across
be region of the kidneys; and again the
>ins are so lame to stoop is agony. No
se to rub or apply a plaster to the back
a this condition. You cannot reach the
ause. Exchange the bad back for a
ew and stronger one. Manning resi
ents would do well to profit by the fol
Mrs. Louis iTeffords, 4 Owen Street,
umter. S C., says: ' am pleased to
ay that Doan's Kidney Pills have prov
n of great benefit to me. I was a vic
im of kidney complaint for over two
ears. My kidneys were very weak and
had great trouble in controling the
ecretions. My back ached all the time
.nd frequently I was so lame that I
ould scarcely dress myself. I read about
)oan's Kidney Pills and finally procur
d a box. After using them, the back
.che and pains vanished, my kidneys
.cted normally and I felt a great deal
etter in every way. I am pleased to
ive Doan's Kidney Pills the credit'Tor
be great change."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Poster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York,
ole agents for the United States.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
ake no other.
otice of Sale of Personal Property
Pursuant to an order of J. M. Wind
tam, Judge of Probate, I will sell to
he highest bidder, for cash, on Thurs
Lay the 17th day of June next, at 11
clock a. mI., at the residence of the
ate H. C. Mims, deceased, the follow
og personal property: One iron safe:
9 bushels of peas; 5 sets harness; one
ragon; one set of plow gear; ode sad
ie; one wagon body; one mare; one
aule; 4 old buggies; 2 new buggies;
ne surrey; one carriage.
M. IDA MIMS,
Pinewood, S. C., June 1st, 1909.
I . .
iecured by up-to-date plumbing en
ance the enjoyment of the tenfold
>leasure enjoyed when fitted by R. M.
dasters of Charleston, S. C. No one
ihould miss any of the devices now
nown and obtainable. Towel racks,
>rush and soap holders, sprinklets, etc.,
orm an aggregate of possible conven
ences which sensible people cannot '
re be without. Your ideas about
ylumbing shouldn't stop with proper
ianitary conditi ns.. Let -us put 'you
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