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but we sell goods much
cheaper than you can
buy at any sale, for the
simple and sound rea
,-We have no expenses of advertising, have
no leaders at less than cost to make up dol
lars on other goods by' schemes. Our Fall
Stock comes in daily in large volumes and
we need the room. We also can use the
money to good advantage to bay goods for
cash for less money. For all these reasons
we offer our entire Summer Stock at such low
'ces that no sale can match it.
is well-known to all our patrons that we
always are in position to buy our goods at
-lower figures and we can afford to sell almost
at such prices some merehants cannot buy.
This hks been proven many times and we are
ready to prove it to you at any time. Just
a trial at our store will convince you."
- 1.1 ASIOFF,
C'WIM XCLEDD BLUAM
The following offers con tain only selected Me
-~ K . The Manning'
FOUR-- -PU E
AmeIan _ __hn.... 5 0
Am~eao!tyIrnI. Times TOTAL
Blue..Boo.................... 3o $2875
Wah minn . . . ... .. ... ... 50 215
Bok-eepe......i .......... 2 50 1 10
Annean ... ot......... . 4 0 36
Blsan Cokig....o...... 250 2 15
mBreora...tt........... 330 2' 55XE
Boaimau-.n.............5 50 553
Book-kepe in...... .... 2 50 2 10
Craftman. ..............40 3680
Dr-eob at Bgeme...--2 50 2 10
ElCritian & H ae... 50 25
Etude mselovers. ... 3 00 2 50
Fil n tem...... 3 00 2 50 Ven.Ikestra
Porum..-.... .............a 5 2 85 adms mrnsao
Garden Magazine ..... ....2 50 2 15 sll
6oo oskeeping..... ...250 151ASI
good LiJterature.........185 17
Hampton'saaine .......3 00 2 50
HarprBazar............-... 2n 50e 5ra15
Harper's Magazine..........5 50 5O ofntonlitr0t a
.-Harper'; Weekly........... 550 .500 patcllsosi oa
BOme NeedleWOrk.........2 25 3 00 ig oskeig n
Houe Beautiful..........4 00 3 % aigadfrihn
Housekeeper...............2 25 2 10"
.Housewife...............1 85 1 75 wmn h cr fcid
Human Life...... ........ 250 2 15 huoanp le.co
Illustrated LondonNews.... 7 50 5 Reiwi 55 oya
Independant...-- ..------. 3 5 2 8.5
International Studio. ......650 5 75 yar
J.dg..........-----. .-. 650 5~ 75
Keramic Studio...........5 50 5 00
Ladies' World........... 200 1 85HEMA
Leslie's Weekly.... ......850 5 50 PCO
Le......... ....... ..... 650 55 SUCES
'sagazine.....4 00 3 25
~olh (Salem) new. ...-2 50 215MOEN
McCalls Ma.and pattern... 2 00 1 90 PcoilR
McClure's Maaine .......3 00 2 40Toav
Metropolitan Magazine. ..3 00 2 15 ____________
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lIhere will be an Idcationa; 1,
eeting, held at the rozhitie. t
stae Auut. The date set
Ilarendoni .\u:st, at Mannin;.
i., earne.stly desired that all trui
attend thi mneetiu;;. as it , ::re;
desired to Zet intol , o touch with
en:ire ed-:ational Imach inery.
T lhe .It io1al am ain m ' mi
is iu.sy ;:ettin; out literature for I
tribution. andas<sooni ::, iti recei%
will be mailed to each trustee in
county. as well as to otners intere
in educational work.
Several speakers from elsewhere 1
be sent here: and I am arran;;intr
several speakers from our trust
esides the regular speakers.
portunity will be givefn for _eneral i
cus-sion. !t wcula be well for each :
every tru-teno to be thinkcin" of wh
anad how some improvement can
made. and be in readiness to
others the beneits of his thougl
Every man. womaan and child at
interested in the cause of education
urged to A.ttend this public educatio
mass meetin-z Fach reader of the T
M.\NNING.; Tis is urged to spro
the call :aUd thus insure a r
meeting, the :rood e!Tects of which
spread over and permeate the cou
S E.J. BROWN-.
County Supt. Educati4
For infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bogl
Bears th o
WANTED NO LAWYER.
It Was a Simple Matter to Satisfy t
"Jed Blake to the bar." ordered t
judge In a rural Alabama court.
A big, hulking ne::ro ambled up to
arraigned for murder.
"Jed," began the judge. "you a
charged with the grvest crime knov
to the law, that of taking the life of
fellow man One of the forms .Pf pn
Ishment for murder Is deatS Ha
you -nade any arrangements for yo
defenise in this case. Jedr
"No. suh. jedge. I ain' done nuthin
"Have you a lawyer. Jed?
"No. suh. jedge. I ain' got no i
yer. I an' got nuthin'. jedge."
"Wel. Jed." said the judge. showL
a U+le Impatience. -have you talked
anybody about this case?"
"I talked to de sheriff some dat nig
when he come after me, jedge, but y<
knows dat didn't do no good."
"For your Information. Jed. I W
state that it is within the province<
this court to appoint counsel to al
defendant who has none. I am no
ready to appoint you a lawyer. I
you want one?"
"No, jedge. I don't want nuthin
replied Jed rather dolefully.
"See here," snappea the judge,
won't have any more of this foolls
ness. You say you don't want al
lawyer. Well, then, what do you I
tend to do about this caser
"Well, I tells you, jedge. I al
'tendin' to do nuthin'. Ef It's je'
same to you, jedge, as far as I's co
cerned r's willin' to let do whole ma
ter drap right here."-Everybody's.
Delay in commenceng treatment for
sight irregularity that could have bee
cured quickly by Foley's Kidney ReE
edy may result in a serious kidney di
ease. Foley's Kidney Remedy builds t
the worn out tissues and strengther
these organs. W. E. Brown & Co.
gazi-nes of the highes
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ie. It has four foreign offic
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ers in touch with what is new,
ible sty'e. Pictorial Review isi
ateresting, its articles broad, a
e of the regular deportments
dressmakingf miliinery, croch
usehold finance, sanitation, ho
,. money-making suggestions
en. a page for elderly people, y
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After One Ravage the Disease May Lie
It j Dormant For Years.
e*c- The leper in the settlment at M10 t
LtlV lokni is far better off than the leiper
the who lies in hiding o'utside. Suih a '
tWe leper is a lonely outw:ast. living in con
.te stant fear of discovery and slowly and:
4! surely rottiug away. The action of r1
the leprosy is not steady. It lays hold of h
ted Its victim. commits a ravage and then I
lies dormant for an indetermiiate pe- ni
il riod. It muay no: commit another rav-: ir
lor age for tive years or ten years or forty'
s years, and the patient may enjoy un- n
Interrupted good health. Rarely. how- b
ever. do these rirst ravages cease of fl
ere themselves. The skilled surteozn is re
be quired. and the skil-d surgeon cannot b
ive be called in for the leper who Is in !.
its. hiding. For instance. the first ravage' h
all may take the form of a perforating ul- 1W
r cer in the sole of the foot. When the le
Ibone is reached necrosis sets; in. If s
.ad the leper is In hiding he cannot be
operated upon. the necrosis will con- a'
tinue to eat its way up the bone of M
tvI the leg, and in a brief and horrible al
time that leper will die of gangrene or
some other terrible complication. On cl
the other hand. if that same leper .; W
in lolokai the surgeon will operate: ti
upon the foot. remove the ulcer, cleanse at
the bone and put a complete stop to
that particular ravage of the disease.
A month after the operation the leper
will be out riding on horseback. run. ba
ning foot races. swimming In the break- -
ers or climbing the giddy sides of the
-alleys for mountaln apples. And, as c
has been stated before the disease, ly-m
lng dormant, may not again attack him I
for five, ten or forty year&-Jack Lon- in,
don in Contemporary Review. ]
he Many people with >-ronic throat and su
lung trouble have found coniort and re
be lief in Foley's Honey and Tar as it cur
es stubborn coughs after other treat
ment has failed. L ,. Ruggles, Reas
nor, Iowaays: "The doctors said I had
consumption. and 1 got no better until ato
I took Foley's Honey- and Tar. It stop- dkI
n ped the hemorrhages and pain in my
a lungs anj they are now as sound as a'
n- bullet." W. E. Brown & Co. kib
How the Ingenious Little Builders Con- wt
struct Their Houses.
When the beavers' dams are com
pleted. the animals separate into small,
to comp-ne to build cabins or houses
for themselves. These are constructed I"
upon piles along the borders of the ed
pond. They are of an oval shape, re- N
sembling a beehive, and they vary So
from five feet to ten feet in diameter, 0
according to the number of families. T
13. they are to accommodate.
These dwellings are never less than us(
two stories high, generally three. and -%P
sometimes they contain four apax:- wa
ments. The walls of these are from fa
two feet to three feet thick, formed no
of thq same materials as the dams. On to
the inske they are made smooth. but M
left rough without, being rendered im- su
penetrable to rain. ' ols
The lower story is about two feet nc
a, high, the second Is formed by a floor ur
le of sticks covered with mud. and the 143
eupper part ter-mintes with an arched
~roof. Through eachfoor therelis a
t passage, and the uppermost floor is: 1
always above the level of the water., g
Each of these huts has two doors, one 1ig
a on the land side to admit of their go. but
n Ing out and seeking provisions that of
3-way, another under the water and be- yot
low where It freezes to preserve their the
P communication -with the pond.-Eng- thit
'~ush Magazine. gro
Smerit- The needs anddes
or interests. Fiction, Techm
smopolitan or Ai
most unusual arrangement with the pu
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y any reputable agent. agency. or pub
FLOATIhNG A WHALE.
rtflating the Monster C::r--: to Kw
It on the Surface.
"Then began the wo'rk of brin;gin
ic whale to the surface and lowir:
: up so that It wouhl tiont." says
-riter oni wh:Li.ng in Popular ME
aiics. "Taking a hitch about a cor
r'nient post, the rope was slacked an
in through a pulley block at the ans'
end to relieve the strain of raisin
ie great body. The winch was set i
totion. and for riftee-n minutes nott
t was heard save the monotonou
rind as fathom after fathom of in
'as wound in. When the body wa
rought alongside the lobes of th
aLkes were cut ofT and lifted to th
ck. Then a long coil of small rub
r hose,. one end of which was at
ched to a pump and the otlier to
r>low. spear pointed tube of ste<
ith perforations along its entir
ngtb. was br.ought Into play. Tb
car was jabbed well down into th
hale's side, the air pump was started
id the body slowly hiLed with air
'hen intlated suf~ciently to keep i
loat, the tube was withdrawn. th
cision plugged with ekum and the
ia!ns cast of. A buoy with a f1a:
as then attached to the carcass and
e N- hole set adrift to be picked ur
the end of the day's hunting."
What He Wanted.
Voung Mr. Charles was pial.nly em.
rrassed. and Mis Smith knew whin
is coming, or thought she did.
*Er.Miss Smith." he said feverishly
ould 1-er-see your father for a me
mnt or two'e
'Certainly. Mr. Charles!- And, excus
; herself. she swept from the parlor
Presently the old man came in. and
ter a short conversation with Mr
arles. he stepped to the door and
mmoned his daughter.
61r. Cnarles, whose face was radiant
id, "As I have a long ride before me
hink- I will say good night."
'Oh, papa." pleaded the girl immedi
ly her lover disappeared. "did be
I did." broke in the old man.
s daughter fell on his neck and
sed him. He held her at arm's
I did." he repeated. "I lent him
irpence to get home with-that was
tat he wanted me for."- London
Origin of Surnames.
urnames were introduced into Eng
d by the Normans and were adopt
by the nobility a-bout 1100. The old
rmans used Fitz. which signinles
m, as Fitzberbert. The Irish used
for grandson-O'Neal. O'Donnell.
e Scottish highlander used Mac. as
cdonald, son of Donald. The Welsh
d Ap. as Ap Rhys. the son of Rhys.
Richard. The prefix Ap eventually
s combined with the name of the
her; hence Prys. Pritchard, etc. The
thern nations added the word son
the father's name, as Williamson.
ny of the most common surnames,
h as Johnson, Wilon. Dyson. Nich
>a. eM.. were taken by Brabanters
I others. Flemings, who were nat
lized In the reign of Henry VI.
he sycamore has been called the
r'ptian fig tree. The date of its be
planted In England Is not known,
It was very early. Mary. queen
Scots, brought over from France a
:ng sycamore, which she planted In
gardens of Holyrood, and from
have sprung all the beautiful
res of sycamores now to be seen
cotland.-St. James' Gazette.
sires of every one w
iical, Music, Art, Hu
blishers we are able to make
maagazine in the home- is
'hest ideals in home life.
s honesty in public life.
~s descriptive of the im- of
ng, science, agriculture, br
ticles and tiction are the hc
lie advice of the ablest m<4
temaking in its various va
asrden, books and reading, de
:ess Magazine is strength- ani
writings of Orison Swett w<
>f poetry, humor and art. ke
id if bought singly would Pt
irate addresses. Additional r
THE NUMBER THIRTEEN.
Time Was When It Used to Be Con-;
Abstrnct seience has (lone much in
Urushing away the cE'bwebs of )opular
superstition. and albstruct sciceA., es
talalishes the fact th:at thirteen inl :u
cient times hnl'Dl quite a diff.-r-nt me-n. -
Ing from the thirteen of today. Uri
ental people foundl in thirteen some
thing divine nnd hence snethind'4
gzid. Thus it Is in the folklore of the 4
Perslans, the Indians and IlIindows.
Old Testament Jews were of the
same opinion. as Biblical students well
know. Thirteen cities %re especially 4
dedicated to the priestly tribe: thirteen
high priest descended fronm Aaron:
thirteen L'Ings sat in the high councia
of the nneicnrs: on the 1">th day of the 4
month L-an ihe ipreparations for!
Pass v-r 1began. and the holy incen'lse
coisted of thirtevn different odors
It is well known thalt all the- nationls
(f the old world werte In more or les
Intellectual rapport. The ideas of o'e
tribe descended to the other. But it is;
certainly Interesting to learn that the 4
figure 13 hnd Its s:cred and divine'
meaning also in America of yore
among the lont since extinct tribes of 4
the Incas and the Aztecs. The inhab- 4
ftants of Peru counted seven days
without any particular name In the
7eek. Their year had seven times
fifty-two days. or four ties thirteen
weeks. The father was compelled to
support his illegitimate child to the
thirteenth year. The Aztecs had weeks
of thirteen days. each with a special
name. Their century had fifty two
years. or four times thirteen. Their
public archives were of circular form,
with a sun in the center of each of the
thirteen parts, and thirteen were their
Everyone would be bene5 ted by tak
ing Folev's Orino Laxative for stomach
and liver trouble and habitual consti
pation. It sweetens the stomach and
breath, gently stimulates the liver and
regulates the bowels and is much su
perior to pills and ordinary laxatives.
Why not try Foley's Orino Laxative to
day? W. E. Brown & Co.
His Dilemma. dW
"1m in a difficulty over my gir."
"I've been saying such nice things
to her that she's getting conceited. If
I stop she'll think I don't care for her
any longer. and if I go on she'll think
she's too ood for me."-London Mall.
A Previous Specimen.
He-If rd known how sarcastic you
were I never should have married you.
She-You had a chance to notice it
Didn't I say. "This is so sudden,"
when you proposed to me after four
years' courtship?-Boston Transcript
Time to Do Something.
Mrs. MImm%-Mary, it Vas 1 o'clock
this morning when you got in. I
heard you. Mary-Well. ma'am, If I 4
was you rd take something to make =
me sleep better. I took my shoes off =
down in the kitchen and didn't make s
no more noise than a cat would. Ive I
been kind of worried about you for a 0
A- Night Rider's Raid.
The worst night riders are calomnel,
croton oil or aloes pills. They raid your
'bed to rob you of rest. Not so with Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They never dis-|
tress or inconvenience, but always I
cleanse the system, curing Colds. Head- 3
ache, Constipation, and .\aiaria,
ill be found represented
mnor. Religion, Etc.
this remarkable offer to our subscrib<
NLY - -
one of the best Embroidery Magazit
Leading Fancy Work ]
America. It is undisputed authorita
aide:y, knitting. crocheting, lace, co
me decorations. It is tilled from<
)fthl with designs, instructions, des<
luable information. Aside from the
partments. there are department's i~
d water-color painting, stenciling,
irk, basketry and the like. It has ma
epers. and is areal good magazine fc
'iscilla is 10ic. a copy. and if boughi
Talue $4.00. for $3.00.
ostage is. charg~ed on Canadian and F
The Drink Habit
Won't Hurt You
If you (Irink only good T';a. Most people already know
that we are headquarters for this article, but for the in
Sformalion of the few who may oot know, we wish to call
attention to our
Special Coupon Offer
With every pound of our Famous Satsuma Blend at
75c. lb. Empress Blend at 60c. we give a Coupon worth
loc. in Merchandise. This means that you get the very
best Tea at the lowest possible price. Drink our Teas
and keep cool and happy.
Manning Grocery Co.
The Hustling House on Busy Block.
are now the acknowledged leaders ii low
prices for first-class Hardware of every
description, and they are going to main
tain that reputation -and make things
fairly hum the coming season. We are
almost daily adding to our ~already large
stock, and have now almost everything -
carried in our line.
Stoves, Ranges, Oil Cook Stoves,
Crockery, Glassware, the best Enamel
Ware on the market:Tinware, Flower Pots,
Fruit Jars, Rubbers and Tops. Two cars
Wire Fencing. Special prices on same.
The best Paints, Oils and Varnishes that
can be bought. The largest and moste
complete stock of Guns, ,Rifes and
Loaded Shells ever brought to this
market. The famous Keen Kuttergoods.
Knives, Razors, Scissors, every pair
guaranteed. - AUl these and many, oher
articles thatsmust be sold. Come to see
us in the Levi Block.
in this list-Women. Literaure, Reviews,
50 for $2.15.
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Neation.. ........e..-......... A 50
- Patoal Home Journal.... 82 10
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PNcorhAia n Review ......ter 2 50 21
~ci1a oulao.... .......ntl -. . 4 50 43
Priary Edtonty.....-.... 3 250
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People's ReadeJrnal.......4 1 285
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Peieoa Reviewand-Patter4 20 50 5
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over to covereach pScientiic e anthly.... 4 50 73
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