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ught, and which has been
s borne the siginatre of
bee.zade under his per
pervision since itsinfancy.
aonetodeceiveyou in this,
d "just-as-good" are but
md endanger the health of
ence against Espermen
tute for Castor 01, fare
rrups. It is Plene. It
phine nor other Narcotic
antee. It destroys Worms
eures Diarrhea and Wind 1
roubles. eres ConsdPation
es the Food, regulates the
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er 30 Years.
A., a.... oTha May Co01 A
Hunting It With a Light.
The *oy of huntg for a leak t a
gas pipe with a lighted match is nct
so much besm- of the danger of an
eZplosion as of oth damage, as
shown by the expedce of a house.
holder not long ago.
One or two sman leaks were detect
ed by goit over anL the pipes abd
hoadina lighted match to them. The
smeR-of gas ceased. but was replaced
atew r later by the smel of burn
SAnothe Tiet to the celar showed a
dred floor joist a little distance
above a gsppe. There was no ap
parent caue for this unt a v close
=menowu resultd in the Ondlng of
a tiny jet of gas which was Meantg
Ifrm the wbeesth the beam.
I it waslighted, but was so sma" as
to be blue in color and nearly invi
,thbatleafha apened tobe na
led'joint inde of an iron connee
tion/ said a gs inan, "hee would
pobably have been work for the fire
brigade. Thomannut~posible jet of
lghted gas )emning through lead wmn
in-time beat and melt the lead and
mi~thesek larger until a big flame
This may make a fire hours later
in the disd of night or at a time when
.nosou iain tha house. The only prop
er wyt look for these very smaRl
eks las pakt the suspected pipe
with a smooth soap lather.2nst as in
the cas of a bieycle tfre, the tiniest
ak 'wE blow a bubble in the lethe~
an there- you are.'' - London Tale
Primdtive Huts In tih. Viages of the
-The Xeusn Yndian buts in the il
andspon the ranches o~f the
ider Rio Gesnade border region of
Texsbave a style of architecture and
consrOeton that Is distinetly their
own. This type of primitve building
Ia rapidly passing out of existence. At
mia pl-e on th' border fname of
w.tneh ab*nanned their jacals
moved Into more pretentios
No mony outlay is necessary in
tures; neither is a knowledge of car
pntry needd. A double row of up
right-poles firmly set or driven into the
ground em the framework for the
ais. 1Between these two rows of
pls -are placed other poles or sticks
of shaoiter length. forming a thick and
cm pact wap. At each of the four
corir of the budnpostare set,
reacbing to a bIht of about eight
fet, Rtongdy hewn stringers are laid
from, one post to another. and to these.
gtringers are tied other poles that form
the framework of ibhe wals. The
strong fiber frosn the maguey plant or
-tris of bnkseln are used to tie the
poles into position. The rafters are
Itied to the ridgepole and the stringers
in the same manner. At one end of
the bunnding Is built the opening
through which the smoke of the Inside
ire may ascend. Stoves are unknown
among these .exicn, and the cook
ag Is nll done upon the ground.-Kan
] She Was Slow.
The shop aemisennt had shown and
reshown the toys to the uecided'
Rabbts monkeys, 1aeks-n-he-box.
jumping jaks trais veioedpedes-ev
eryting had been displayed, masnip
-lated, operated and explaine to the
shoper, but stBi she could not make
up her mind.
'Ti wanted to get something suitable
flo an ite nephew," she reiterated
for-the thousandth time.
you came in, but I think your nephew
asoutgrown all these toys while you
have been at this counter"-London
Prescribes Dr. Biosser's Caarrh Ismedy.
Dear Sirs-I alrst used your Caarrh Cure in
he case of my son. who had chronto naso-phar
yntei casarrh. with great beneat to him. I
often prescribe It for other of my patlents. and
I think it is quite the flnes remedy for catarrh
that has ever been placed on the market.
Thankin you ror past favor-s. I am.
Yours very truly.
M. J. D. DAN.TZLKa. M. D.,
Ellor-ee. S. C.
Dear Sirs.-Your medicine is winning fast in
this country. It has effected some remarkable
cues I do not Know thazt iha failed in one
Instance where it has been fairiy tried.
h Very truly yours,
REv. T. H. ALLEN.
I Lexington. Ky.
D r. Blouers Catarrh Eemedy is for sale by
me for 5.00. A re smple for the asking:.
The Value of :magination -as an Indus
Let us assume that tomorrow you
lecide to embark in the business of
manufacturing a toilct soap to com
ete with some of the well known mak
!rs. It is Important that it should
%ave a significant or attrwtirc name.
But, right at the outset. you discover
:hat it Is almost Impossible to secure
my satisfactory name for a new soap.
ts color, transparency mid clearness
mggest the title of "amber soap."
es, surely. "amber soap" does have an
tttractive sound. But you cannot use
he word "amber," for you find that
ils is one of a list of twenty-four pos
hle names for a toilet soap pre
!mpted by registration as a protec
lonary measure years ago by one of
:he leading American soap makers.
rhey have covered over a hundred
imes In the past quarter of a century.
willingly paying the registration
rharges of = for every title. Of
:ourse they do not Intend to use them.
hey register them to fight off compe
Ition, believing (and here Is the Im
Mortant point) that no clever business
wan would embark In the enterprise
f manufacturing a new soap when
rom the start be was prevented from
unploying the powerful -weapon of
agination in giving 1z a suitable
name. If an establishment like this.
frected by some of the ablest heads in
the business world. believes that it
:an discourage competition by simply
lepriving the would be competitor of
the appeal to the imagination In the
naming of his soap. how great a value
miust we attach to Inaghnntion In busi
ness?-Lorln F. DeLand in Atlantic.
he Australian Method of Dealing With
Rabbits are the greatest pest the
australian pastoralist has to contend
against If these rodents are at all
nmerous on a station property, they
do enormous damage to the grass, but
the pest Is kept down to the lowest
possible limit in every district of the
mmonwealth at great cost.
The most effective method of deal
tg with them Is hereunder explained.
In smmer when any water that
might have been lying about has been
dried up by evaporation and the grass
bas become dry rabbits swarm toward
the tanks. dams or other water holes
that have been sunk for stock drink
PastncatsM take advantage of this.
and every evening after the cattle
have- partaken of their last drink 'a
strip of wire netting is run around the
tank or dam.
Outside this netting fence holes are
dug In the ground and illed with poi
soned water, and these in turn are in
dlosed by anoth strand of netng..
pegged down to within a few inches
of the ground. being sheep proof, but
lowing plenty of room for rabbits to
The rabbits make for the dam; bur.
as their way s barced. they drnkat
the poisoned holes, with to them disa
Inthe morning are to be seen hun
dreds and- thouanos of dead rabits
scattered about,. the country.-Mel
Am Milean and -a Boa Consb'iotor
8t 3M'Geta., German East Africa, a
native who, like aU those belonging to
the tribe of the Walugurn, regpided
snae flesh as an -especial delicac
ound a huge boa constrictor lying in
the middle of a fleld. He consided the
discovery to one or two othersand ar
ranged with them to'kfll it during the
hor or arknm so that they might
enoy th eiacyne together. Toward
ughtf the mnan, armed with a stick,
attacked the huge serpent. The boa
coaetricar; aroused from its apparent
torpor' suddenlT seized the unhappy
negro and slowly crahed him to pulp
anthen g-dn~ swallowed him.
"When Cinbber gets arguing he
loses aU taet."
"As for instaneT*
"Why, 3ast night he told an oppo
net who Is lame that he hadn't a leg
to stand on, another who .squints that
he was sowy be couldn't see things-as
he did, and a mnan who samered he
urged not to hesitte in expressing an
Forty mnand tour womenln athou
sand are either wholly unable to per
cte certain colar= or can recognise
themn only with d4Eculty .&Al attempte
to overcome color blndness by edu
eating the color sense have failed.
There are three theories of color'vi
sin nof which are based on the
rings of the seneitive fibrils of the
inner eye.___ ____
Odessa's Working Days.
The legal laboring day at Odes
Rnsan, is twelve hours, withtw
hous for rest. Workers less than saY
eteen years old must go to school fom
three hours daily,.aiain are nol
rquired to work Sundsys or feasi
days nor Jews and 0!manao
their holidays. Those who have tc
work on Sundays have the nextdaN
for rest. .__ _ __ _ _
Knew He Weakness.
Master-John! Servant-Yes, sir
ate-Be sure you tell me when i1
Is 4 o'clock. Sermnt-Yes, sir. Mastel
-Don't forget it. I promised to mead
my wife at 2:3O, and she'll be pro
yoked If I'm not there when she-ar
The motto of chivalry Is also the
motto of wisdom-to serve all. but love
See's Mother Grow Yosag.
"It would be hard to overstate th4
wonderful change in my mother sinci
she began to use Electric Bitters," writ
s Mrs. 'W. L. Gilpatrick of Danforth
Me. "Although past 'O she seems realil
to be growing young again. She suffer
ed untold misery from dyspepsia for 3
years. At last she could neither eat
drink nor sleep. Doctors gave her uj
nd all remedies failed till Electric Bit
irers worked such wonders for he:
health." They invigorate all vital or
ans, cure Liver and Kidney troubles
induce sleep, impart strength and appe
ite. Only 50c at all druggists.
The Old Bulldo-They're going tF
hain us up on Snay nights now. Tb
Young Bufldog-How's that, gevernor
The Old Bullog-The new feller that'
started calling on Miss Mamle has go
Let Fortune come nder what hag
ard form she may. they hug her I1
their arms-and swear! she-Is a beauty
THE HUMAN HAND.
Its Relation to the True Edr -'son of
No animal or bird can endure the ex
tremes of climate like man or Is at
home in so many difflerent parts of the
world. A dog. it is true, will follow
man anywhere. but only when food
and shelter are provided. Nor can any
other creature subslist on such a varie
ty of food as man can digest. lie flour
Ishes on roots, herbs, grubs. insects,
fruits or fish, on which flesh zating-an
imals would starve, or he Is equally
pleasod with animal and bird flesh on
which herbivorous animals would
starve. He can pick nuts with the
monkey, catch fish with the otter, dig
roots with the wild pig. eat ants' eggs
with the ant eater and grasshoppers
with the snake.
And all this Is due to man's band.
Because his hand could grasp a stone
or a club man rose on his hind legs
and walked and talked. His hand Is
the most wonderful of all tools. It
twists like a monkey wrench. hangs
on like a grappling hook. cracks like a
nutcracker, picks like tweezers, tears
like fwrceps, grubs like a gopher.
This brings us to the first great les
son of health and common sense. Man
owes al to his hand. Train the child's
hand, then answer the questons that
the brain, which the hand builds, will
ask, and you have true education-edu
cation at its best. Give children every
kind of hand work that their play in
stincts call for-and their play In
stincts are the deepest and most use
ful in their nature-and then brain de
velopment will follow as naturaly as
the night follows day.-San Francisco
Tortured on aors.
"For ten years "vnldn't ride a horse
without being in torture from piles,"
writes L. S. Napier, of Rugless, Ky.,
"when all doctors and other remedies
failed, Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured
me." Infalible for Piles. Burns, Scalds,
Cuts, Boils, Fever Sores, Eczema, Salt
Rheum, Corns. 25c. Guaranteed by all
WALL STREET WAYS.
Methods of a Brilliant Operator of
Many Years Ago.
One of the most brilliant operatora
of Wall street in the early sixties of
the last century was Walter Weiman
Morse, though he was by comparison
with some of the gray haired matrket
veterans only a mere boy, being just
thirty years of age. The public con
fidence he enjoyed made It possible for
him to realize profits in any stoek
Such was the Induence his Inderse
ment would carry that after he had
accumulated stock at his prices he
could tell his daily callers that the S
stock was due to go up, and immedi
ately there would be enough profe
slonal and public buying of the stock
to send it up, thus enalng Morse to
unload at a profit.
An example of Morse's popularity
was illustrated in a scene accompan- hi
fng the opening of subscriptions for E
stock in a coal mining company or
nized by him. The day the subscrip- m
tion book was opened people-flocked toa
the onee and fought with each otherB
in their efforts to enter and get their
names recorded. One man who had y
subsribed for a large amount of this a
stock, after getting away from the ut
crowd, came back and, walking up u
toMr. Morse, said, "I saye~. Morse, b
was that, gold or coal stoek .1 sub
smbed or?--Moody's M*Cze.
If people with symptoms of kidney or -
bladder tronble could r=ea their dan
ger they would without loss of time comn
mence taking Foley's Kldney Remedy. '
This great remedy stops the pain and
the irregularties, strengthens and T
builds upthese organs and there is no w
danger of Brights dieaen or other ser'- o
is disorder. Do .oot disregard the -c
early sy~npwoms. W. E. Brown & Co.
Wom.a and the ,ewish Tahmud.
The Jewish Talmud has these sen
tences about women: "A good wife is
heaven's noblest gift. A housewife in
never allows herself to he disturbed f
from her wurk. Even whfle convers
ng sheis busly spinning. An old, eX
perenced woman in a household Is an
or iment to It like a pearl. E's who
lives in an unmarried state knows no
joys, none of the blessings of home,
ad is without support. The man who
stands at the deathbed of his wife
feels like those who saw the temple ..
of Jerusalem reduced to ashes,- for the
wife Is the temple in which each man
inds repose and quiet. where he ret
after the labors of the day and where
he can give expression to his feelings,
joyful and mournful. God has given
to woman more ability of judging cor
recty than man.
Delay in taking Foley's Kidney Rem
edy if you have backache, kidney or
bladder trouble, fastens the disease up
on you and makes a cure more diffcult
Commence taking Foley's Kidney Rem- <1
edy today and you will soon be well. ~
Why risk a serious malady? W. E. ~
Brown & Co.
Hunted the Huanter. I
"Is It really true," asked Miss Chel-|g
hs, "that you're engaged to Mr. Rich- t)
"It Is," calmly replied Miss Bute.
"My," exclaimed Miss Chellus. "he ~
was a great catch!"
"I beg your pardon," retorted the
ohr haughtly; "catcher."-Catholic 5,
Sand and Times. (
Objects of General Interest.
"hose flashy Van Punks have mov
ed. Do you know where they went?"
"That's the very thing their unhap-|
py landlord asked me."-Cleveland
The poet's verse slides into the cur
rent of our blood. We read It when
young, we remember It when old.
Foley's Honey and Tar not only stops
chronic coughs that weaken the consti
rution and develop into consumption, but
heas and strengthens the lungs. It af
fords comfort and relief in the worst
ases of chronic bronchitis. asthma, hay
fever and lung trouble. W. E. Brown
Maple Drop cakces.
Two cups of maple sirup, one-half
cup of cream or milk, two eggs, one
half cup of melted butter, three tea
spoonfuls of baking powder, flour
enouh to make a soft batter. Bake
in em pans.-Good Housekeeping.
rho Announcement Followed.
She-hey ay tereare germs i
kisses. Now, what do you suppose a1
girl could catch that way?
He-A husband.-Ladies' Home Jour
nal. _ _
A pound of care will not pay anj
o,,we nerdeht-.Dnteh Proverb.
makes delicious -c crca
for Ic. k dih. N-othing.
to do but put it into mUilk.
and freez i. sold by a..
grocrs. 2 packa-cs for
Wemm worn and tired
bn ver-wrk, need a
ek. That feelag d weak
r tiredness wiR aot
leave y d UseL Take
erthe aane uls and weak
ess e wm .Thensd
Swemen have tried Carda
and wroe nmanli;enlay d
sgreatbesft ti a.
A reeta leger frim irs,
O les Brag, et Sweetsr,
ue tes.W u"chy nd
ise has dae or mm. Be
forelbegan taldg Cardel
.iM..dn ada'swrk. I
wdel work awh eead
domw. I skaiaws glue
1ry crdk fr sa*e
tate of South Carolina,
James M. Windham, Esq., ProbaA
rEMREAS A. L Barron, Clerk o0
IMurt s made sit tome, to gran1
m Letters of Administration of th
ate and Effectsof Mamie Boseman
These are therefore to cite and ad
osh al1 and singul'r the kindrec
creditors of the said Mamti
~eman, decaseed, that they be and
ear before me, in the Court of Pro
e, to be held at Manning on thi
tday of 'August next,after pulca
in thereof, at 11 o'clock in te fore
e, to show cause, if any they have
ythe said aministration should no
iven -under my hand, this 6th da.
Jly, A. D. 1909.
JAMES M. WINDHAM,
tSA.l Judge of Probate.
access in Business
hat a man saves. not what h@ ze~er
mpo.and the savngs aspolc
Son place it in than the old relable
iUOAL LIFE INSURANCE CO
of New York.
ISAAC M. LORYEA,
erCLAREDON and5U3tTEE COUNTIE
Ome. end Floor. Room5. J-neno Buuldin
P.. ox. 1 .
MNING(. S. C.
ATE OF SOOTH idROVNu
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Copy Summon3s for Relief
aac Felder. Defendant.
the Defendant Isaac Felder:
ou are hereby Summoned and re
aired to answer the complaint in thi
tion of which a copy is herewid
rved upon you, and to serve a cop;
or answer to the said complain
athe subscriber at his office in Mfar
ing, Clarendon County, South Carc
a within twenty days after th
vce hereof; exclusive of the day c
ch service: and if you fail to answe
e complaint within the time afore
id, theplaintiff in this action-will at
y to the Court for the relief de
aded in the complaint.
'he Defendant Isaac Felder wij
rther take notice that the Summor
d Complaint in above action was file
the office of the Clerk of Court<
mmon Pleas for Clarendon Count.,
oath Carolina, on the 13th day of Jul1
CHA LTON DURAN~T,
GREFEYVIL LE. S.C.
A Christian Home School.
A High Standard Colles-e.
A Tuition, Board. R~oom and
fB All included in proposition [A]
and Tuition in Music. Art or
Expression $203 to $213.
IrKing's New Life Pith
The ae+t in the world.
Cures Coughs, Colds, I
and Lung Troubles. Prt
w .o- w
Woodmen of the World.
Meets on fourth Monday nights at
Visitifnz Sovereigns invited.
WILL CURE YOU
of any case of Kidney or
Bladder disease that is not
beyond the reach of medi
cthe.' Take it at nce. Do
ease or Diabetes. There is
nothing gained by delay.
SOc. and $1.00 Bottles.
W. E. BROWN & CO.
Then if fire comes you will be saved
many a worry and
MANY A DOLLAR.
I this age of the worid when the pro
tection of a good Fire Insurance Policy
cowts so little, and the risk of fire is so
great, it is simply poor business to go
1112 . .E INE= long.
E. C. HORTON, Manager.
The Bnk of Maming,
Manning, S. C.
capita stock.................. 0,000
Surp................. ... 40,000
Stochold ers' Liability........ 40,000
Total Protection to Depositors. 8120,0001
I START YOUR ROY
in the right way. Good habits instilled
in the youth will bear gropd fruit
in after years. Whether it be the smali
accountof the boy or a business account
~of the man that is entrusted to us we
can guaranteea perfect satisfaxction
Notice to Creditors.
IAll persons having claims agrainst the
estate of A. J. Morris. deceased, will
present thbem duly attested, anid those.
owing said estate will make payment
to the undersigned qjualified Executor
of said estate.
-R .MOR PJS,
New Zion, S. C., June 28. 1909.
Notice of Discharge.
I wilY apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County on the 2Sth day
of July, 1909, for letters of discharge as
Administrator, with the Will Annexed,
of the estate : f W. J. Mc~addin, de
Alcolu. S. C., Jene 26, 1909.
DR 3. A. CuLE.
IUpstairs over Bank of Manning.
MA NNING, S. C.
R.J. FRANK GEIGER.
-MANNING, S. C..
-W. C. DAVIS. J. A. WEINBERG.
DAVIS & WEINBERG,
ATORNEYS A T LAW ,
MANNING, S. C.
Prm Ltrttention given to collecti'ons.
MANNING, S. C.
R.- 0. PCRDT'. 5. OLZ.IT. 0 ERY
PURDY & O'BRYAN,at13
Attorneys ar-d CounselorsatL ,
MANNING, S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
ucken's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In The World.
,roup, La Grippe, Asthma, Throat The Genuine is in'the
svents Pneumonia and Consumption YELLOW PACKAGE
W. E. BROWN & CO.
WHEN LIFE ENDS
Youiir mTicome Ceases.
7HE WIFE AND CHILDREN WILL THEN :;EED HELP MUCH MORE
THAN THEY DO NOW.
W LaI.. T II E Y 4CE T I TT
A POLICY IN THE OLD RELIABLE
Hartford Life Insurance Company
Vill afford them Maximum Protection at a Minimum Cost.
All Modern Policy Forme. Combining tie Best Features with the Most
.iberal Premium Rates. A
Columbia, S. C.
. E. INGRAM, Local Agent, . J. M. WINDBAM, Local Agent, -
Manning. S. C. MCin S.C
IT PAYS TO FLINT TORI
IT ALSO PAYS TO BUY YOUR WIRE THREAD.
FLUES and REPAIRS FROM
We can put up Flues of any weiaht desired. O- amHo;Ia
lay has had four years' experience in making Flues as ex
ert at the business. All our FYlues are built un s~r .esar
upervision and guaranteed to give satisfaction.: T er
)een giving thorough. satacon our c ou S
ad we are trying to give our customers the
sible for the LEAST' MONEY. Se as and oin= gagit
Ls and guarantee prompt atttention 'to, PA
Ldvance, we are
Yours for business
QUALIT 7 .
We want to direct your attention fisto oorxLm of
Buggies. Our Bock Hill, Durbani Oorbiltand Babok ie
Buggie embrace evrfeature to be desirecurraservie
able and~ perfect riding Buggy. If iJs esse~nko~ .
linish anid durability in a Buggy yongirr4or'thopt ~:.
-dollarwe have it. .
You get a ticket with each Bag ht eni t~syh
one chance at our fifty dollar prize. ~oieoy 8 :tae~
money. 'Get in line and win. ?
Our Line of Wagons is compte e aun Soghtneo
*draft and durability for the price we offer, is anapptoj
achedI m any rival.
Our car load of Ho'rses was unloaded this~ rong<
Come in and select what you want fro aj car that llas.
not been picked overr. 'We will give youe b enefit yof~ *
our twenty-fve years experience in ~helping-youge 9ist ~
what you want.
LAP ROBES and 1 ARNES.
We now bandle the celebrated & Rolbes, an
have the best Line ever shown in the cont1 rli
dred satisfied customers using our berd-miadef wes
In fact we carry everything in our line yon. want.S~uar
antee the quality and satisfy you awith the price when
you buy. niaeiyo
We want your trade and are insaeto get i
will inspect our line before you make younpuchs.
IYours wide -ake and ready toserse yu
D. M. BR ADHAM&SO~
NJ OB W OR K
TO THE TINES OFFICE.
APPAREL SHOP m.mcoUGH
FOR MEN RmWN
AND LADIES mRK G
Everything of the best for
the personal wear and adorn IutsmOR
ment of both sexes.
We fill mail orders carefully OR MON8VY MJ7NNED.
and promptly. . Arant's Drug Store.
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