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seply t. Mr. DuRae.
Editor The M.-hIWC TM'~
I dislike to comlemn any one, want
to love everybody, but in your hast
isue my young friend Mr. DuRant
cutt right add left at alzno%-t every
body. When you speak of Mauning
and especially her trees you talk
about a whole lot of people. More
than a half century has -nnssed since
Manning was established, and since
then man v of her citizens have been
in controlof her affairs. I remember
to have come here on December 7.h,
-156, and have been a close observer
from that time until now. We have
had as mayor (or intendant as we
nee-d to call it) such men as Dr. G.
Alen Huggins. Jos. F. Rhame, Moses
Sevi. W. Scott Harvin, Dr. W. E.
Brown, Wiley Bell, D. M. Bradham
and others. 'these men have all been
deeply interested in the development
and growth -of Manning. I neyer
supposed that any one would want
to rob Dr. Allen Huggins of the pride
of his life, "the beautif mg of the
town of Manning." He would often
times at his own expense work on
setting out trees. Any old citizen
will bear me out that he kept his
servant, "Uncle - Primus" as we
called him, constantly at work as
the season would come and go and
oftentimes would have him go into
the yards of our citizens and trans
plant these beautiful oaks that adorn
I do not like the word "vandal
ism," neither do 1 like the expres
sion "ruthless disregard of the
trees," and "to save a few feet of
wire," and then that severe criticism
of the town coui, til in which he says.
Although trimming a tree in July
usually means death or a lasting in
jury to the trees," we did not sup
pose that the town council as they
are at present were a set of figure
heads and "were making no provis
iontowards protecting the trees from
injury." Further on he says: "Now
the cry has gone up that the center
row must be destroYed because they
are dead-" Why, yes. remove them.
Who ever heard of a dead tree beau
tifying a town!
Mr. DuRant seems'"to feel better
after his criticise' %Yi will be quiet
and quit kickieg. a closing he of
-dm &a word of adviue which seems to
me bas been the purpose of the
council for the past ten years, else
where did these young trees come
et us stop eriticsaue our people
hare-in authority and help them
in beautifying and protecting our
town. My young rend does not
comnend those In authority for the
.clay on our streets nor for the art
;alan wells flowing in every direction,
nor for the building up and harden
lg. -the streets around the public
aqu-ue. "Vandalism" gt possession
of him so strong that be could see
Jr'Mr. ftgant could have been
bhedrity years ago and watched the
mprovement an along the ages be
would not hare got "vanalnsm" so
in his but b wrould have
bemT,"e done good
1- AS&aff"Lts.1 I bele,
rintentIns are good, but I do
not agree- with you in all that you
do.. Turs respectfally,.
D. IT. RADEM
anin S.C.,Sept. 16,.1909
- ' Mr. Druggist--Quick!-A box
of qclez'SArnica Salve-Here's a
3btbdoeo Mses hurry!
~ ~dsbfot wih the axe:-Maie's
e~~d-P sntwalkfrom piles Bi
' ehabobe.--ad iny corns ache. She
ady eiga the home.
dr aM mM. L. Morris, about
'eia;rangsenen o f eryhin
,'..'..m.eathmacluly anark say it
MiM orisorLder Couege
sernna -hiewho wDi return to
3sMaronaanek of romanis
smingher consin, Miss Gladys Hus-I
Ao to Sblloh church next Sun
da yuhere willbe held the last singing
enverusiaat the year
C3ihenSflyer, REF D.
I EWXe~addin, Lake City, RIF D.
W R odgerR FoD.
-3 L Davmit S ation.
A H Bring, Sumerto
AB Hri, Manning.
J J Wn-=hamen Lake City,. FD
SW Coedn, Packville.
TW& Tisrbe aieTrville.
W CWhite, Wilson,.R:FD.
C M Cook, Lake City, R F D.
Tse = ....1 r
The Dream of tie Key.
Some small artme had been lost-i
forget now what; iet us say a key-be
longing to one of two sisters who were
traveling together. It could nowhere
be found. But one night ono of the
sisters dreamed that she saw the key
In the pocket of her traveling bag. She
told this dream on waking to theother.
"And have you looked In the pocket?'
the sister asked. "No, I hare not."
said she, "for the very good r&son
that there is no pocket in my travel
ing bagYr "Well." said the other,
"there is a pocket in mine. I will just,
have a look there on the chance.- And
there the key was found. The infer
ence is that the dreamer had seen
with the eye of seanse though not with
the eye of observation, the key put
into the pocket. Even when the key
was so found she had no recollection
of seeing it placed there, but the brain
had unecnsciously recorded the sensa-!
tio. in course of sleep it had stum
bled on that record, and by good luck
the sleeper on awaking chanced to re
member the mental operation that had
takei place dur sleep.' It is :i si
gular and almost alarming reflection
that our brains are stored with count
less such records of which we know
nothing nor ever shall know unless the
assoeiation of ideas or some peculiar
mental state brings them to our no
There are many names of places in
England that puzle the stranger
Happisburgh, in Norfolk. for instance.
Is pronounced Hazeboro. Abergavenny
simply drops a syllable and becomes
Abervenny, and it is alleged that St.
Neots sounds more like Snoots than
anything else. Cirencester seems to
vary from Sister to Sizeter. In Sx-I
folk Waldringld is "WuInertal" and
Chelmanoiston -Chlmston." while in
the adjoining county of Norfolk Hun-!
stanton is "Hunston." and in the west
country Badgeworthy Is -Badgery"
and Cornwood "Kernood." Hunting
dcasre claims the purest English.
but they call Papworth "Parpor." And
not far away is another village of
beauty.^ The motorist turned upon a
rough road and asked the intelligent
laborer where it would take him.
"That road." said the honest country
man, wiping his brow. "wil take you
to 'ElI, sir." The courageous motor
1st went on and found Elsworth, which
is pronounced "Elser." -
Don't attempt to junLsh all your ene
mks at once. You can't do a large
usim with a small capital. Don't
WT "I toli you so." Two to one you
never suid a word about it. Don't
woay about another man's business.
A tIe is sometimes com
menable. Don't imagine that you
can correct s! the evils In the world.
A grain of sand Is not prombnct in a
desert. Don't mown over fancied
grievances. Bide your tme, and real
sorrow wM come. Don't throw dust
*I Tour taces ees. It winl ony -
jure the pupI. Don't worry about the
ice rop. Keep cool and you wMl have
enougL Don't bgrrow a coach to
-ls yr wife. Better make her a
ltge sulky. Don't Imagine that every
thing 's woe Ang. :Butter is strong
in this market- Don't publish your
acts of charet. The Lord wil keep
the account straight Don't color
meenehnmafor a Uving. .It Is sim
ply dyeing by inch e.-Mark Twain.
Tiared'of Buing-ln Print.
"Mr. Satth'rs." said his wife, "If I
remembei rightly yon have often said
that you dslked to see a wmn con
stntly getting herself into printY'
"I dof" said 5Snithere positively.
"You conskleed it unwomanly and
*n-elete I beeve?'
@"and you don't see how any man
goold algow his wife to do anything of
Ia, think sonow."
"W'*D. Mr. Santthem, in view of all
-the faets in the cas I'feel juned in
askng flor new silk dress-"
-K new silk drems" .
Yes F'orethei lastlght years I have
hadnotingbetter then fourpenny
eso and I want something beter
Tnetirsd et-geting'into puint."-Lon
coming to our hoose pretty Qften
'9anapose he is, mamma"
33yuko aything abot him?
MtIs be worth, for instance?" '
"WeU his worth any dozen of .the
rdinary yon men of my segnant
And be's worst$2D0 a week to the
Jib e works for. even If be does
* be "borny bandeci" easis what he
lies on "pay." the* sklldm ec"hanic
"wgs," the ckty clerk "salary," the
sns "icm, a randowner. "rent
roll," a laeyer "fees,- a burglar
-.w~ but it an'comes to the same
in the end.-Tauwzn Scrals,
"Dd~you- ever have appendicites?'
sai the I~mzne man.
"Well," answered the skeptic. "1
wasperatedon. But I never feltsure
whhe dt sasa case of appendicitis
r a cas of pr emn'ma curit."
Wheils a piece of wood like a mn
arch? When it is converted into a
Npwmber-is m tth 'wn be stI
Niwat On BMad atniu.
On a lonely night Alex. Benton of
Fort 'idward, N. Y., climbed Bald
Meanain to the home of a neighbor,
sured by Asshma, bent on curing him
wth:-Dr. King's New Discovery. that
had 'cred himel of Asthma. This
wond~erful meiine soon relieved and
uiclcy cured his neighbor. Iater it
cured his son's wife of a severe luntr
roble. Mmlions believe its the great
es T hroat and Lungi cur on earth.
Cogh s, Colds. Croup, Wemorrhages
and 3 ore Lungs arec surely cured by it.
Dest - for Hay Fever, Grin and Whoop
ingC ogh. 50cand$SI.0. Trial bot
e ee. Guaranteed of all druggists.
Fruits fall to the earth becanse the
trthm attracts thesn. Bubbles in a cup
of tet stand around the sides of the
cup lecause the cup attracts them.
The itittle bubbles gather about the
large ones because the large bubbles
attract: the smaller ones. Why do the
bubble s follow a teaspoon? 1Wea.se
the spo on attracts them. Why are the
sides eof a pond covered with leaves.
Whle tiae-uniddle Is clear? Becausqe the
The>Donkey on tno Stage.
"It's us said a thn wman
ager whoi had experienced many ups
and downs, "how the stage develops
jealousies. I-once had a show on the
road in wich it was necessary to
make use of a horse and a donkey.
We got the animals well trained for
their parts, and on the opening night!
they gave a frst class performance.
On the following night, however, we
were unable to get the donkey to wove
out of the wings. Prince. the horse,.
went on without any trouNe whatevgr.
but Jack-that was the #mIe oc-he
donkey-could neither be co;A ed nor I
driven out before the footlights. We
finally had to go on w".h the perform
ance with the donkey left out. After
the show was over we got together
and tried to find out what bad been
the matter. Nobody could offer an ex
planation until one of the stage hands
happened to pick up a program. which
showed that Prince's name was print
ed In the same kind of type we used
for Jack. We got a new lot of pro
grams the next day with the donkey's
name -inted In type which was near
ly twice as big as that which we used
for the horse. After that we never
had the slightest trouble."-Chicago
The Great Vidocq.
Vidocm the great French detective,
ws born in Aras In 177-. He began
life as a baker and early became thefl
terror of his companions by his athletic
frame and violent disposition. At the
same time he was a notorious thief,
and after many disgraceful adventureS
he enlisted In the army. In 17Gbe re
turned to Paris with some money,
which, however, he soon squandered.
Next he was sentecm l at Lille to eight
years' hard labor for forgery.but e
peatedly escaped, and lu ISnS he be
car,%e connected with the Paris police
as a detective. His previous career
enabled him to render important ser"
ices. and be was appointed chief of the
safety brigade, chiefly composed of re
rieved convicts, which purged Paris
of the many dangerous 'lasses. In
318 he received a full pardon, and his
conection with this service lasted un
til about SS, when he settled at St.
Mande as a paper manufacturer. Soon
after the revolution of LS3O he became
a political detective, but with little
success. In 38MS he was again
ployed undeg the rp a ern
died penniLss in 185.
Th Long Bamboo.
An Englsman was once rallying a
native-of India upon his faculty In ly
ing. The native - at once replied:
"Why, sahib. we are all more or less
liars in my country, and If one tells
a story another immediately caps it.
There were two young men of my
country who had a boasting match.
and one said, 'My ather is so rich and
'has so many horses that his etable is
of -uch extent asin t ke a borse
ele' , months to go from ne and stan
t. the other.' Sbabah, brother' M
plied the second boaster, that is very
good. .My father has a bamboo so
long that he can sweep the clouds
away- with it when they obscure the 4
sun. in harvest time.' 'HI, hi!' ex
clmed the first. That is very won
derful, but, pray, brother, where does
your father keep such a long barm
boo" 'Why, you stupid,' was the an
swer, 'In your fathers stable, to be
sure!'" ____ ___
Moroccan Red Tape.
Oicial correspondence In Morocco Is
couced in a very flowery and fam
boyant style. It is Interspersed with
a variety, of meaningless adulatory
phrases that tend to confound the real
meming of the epistle. For example,
an order to the minister of finance
to contract a loan begins thus:
"In our present letter (God Increase
his power and make the glorioussn
and his moon gliter in the ammn
Incorruptible servant (here follows
name) to- contract In the name and on
the behoof of the treasury (heaven fiD
it) aloanof --,"etc
Considering that the "IncorruptIble
servant" Is filching as much as he pos
sible can from the treasury It is cer
tainly necessary to pray that "heaven
fll lt."-Lendon Graphic
I. rvdthe Opportunity
The E~pesEugenle had long en
treated Napoleon III. to confer upon'
Rosa Bonheur the cross of tl@Legion
of Honor. He had refused because he
did not wish to found a precedent for
bestowing It upon a woman. Being
aled across the border into Spain,
Napoleon made Eugenle regent in his
absence, and she, with woman wit,
took advantage of her authority to con
fer the henor upon the great artist.
Napoleon laughed on hearing his wife's
confession, b'ut the act stood.
**1mmW," said a visltor to the five
year-old pride of the household, "what
wold you do If you were president of
the United States?'
"I wouldn't let anybody wash my
neck or comb my hair," was the
The Lawyer-Maam, what Is your
age?' The Opposition (Interrupting)
Yoronor, I snbmt that my 'honor
able opponent Is Inctting the witness
His System. -
Wife-John, there must be a lot et
Iron in your system. Husband-Why
do you think so? MWIfe-Bednae you
tzarinhr2ns yonse migpe iwbeuo
E~-Her -dce speaks for itself.
'The vendier of imnages, 10bo.i12ida
been thrown out of ua large offl* t4iId
tg, wept bitterly as-~e.ooke & Mis
torn clothes and br n wares
-Who did this?" Ingufred the (rtee
ly cop. "'I'll pinch :om If you say the
"No; It was mny -fault," said' the vle
tim. gathering -up the remains of a
plaster image. "I insisted on trying to
sell a bust of Noah Webster to a meet
g of simplinied spellers." - Denver
The Road To Success
has many obstructions, but none so des
nerato as poor health. Success to-day
hemuands health, but Electric Bitters is
the greatest health builder the world
has ever known. It compels perfect. ac
tion of stom'ach, liver, kidneys, bowels,
puriies aad enriches the blood, and
tones and .nvigZorates the whole systemn.
Viirorous body a.'d keen brain follow
their us"e. You can't afford to slight
Electric Eitters if weak, run-down or
..-k.. nly5,. Guanteed by all
The -Yfuis o WVor.-ester while Lim
prisoned in tte Tower of London in
L656 Invented and constructed a per
fect steam engine and had it publicly
phIted the same year at Vauxhal1
in successful operation. Thirty-fott
Fears later. In 160 Dennis Papin add
xd the piston to the marquis' discovery.
En 39S Captain Savary devised and
bfllt a steam engine different in many
etalils from those made by Worcester
nd Papin. and in 17035 NeWcomb. Caw
Ley an-d Savary constructed their cule
br-ated atmospherc engine. which was
e-:-tc in every detail. The above
; r.;y ef historical facts notwithbtand
Ing. James Watt. whb(was not born
until sixty years after tbewe great men
had given the stenm engine to the
world. enjoys the dis-i:vtion of being
the veritable inventor. ortgi-ator And
author of the most useful <-ortrivance
of the present day. Fult-.-.-o lived
and worked in the eorly *.-r: If the
nineteenth century. Is Mi.. the credit
of being the m=n wh; demonstrated
that steam could be applied to navigca
ion-thh too. in face of the well
known historical fact that De Gary
propelled a vessel by steam in the har
bor of Barcelona in 1543.-St. James'
Testities After Foar Yecrs.
Carlisle Center. N. Y., C B. Bur
ans, writes: "About four years ago I
r-o:e you that I had been entirely cur
d of kidney trouble by taking two hot
les of Foley's Kidney Remedy. and af
er four years 1 am again pleased to
=ate that I have never had any return
Of those symptoms, and .I am evidently
ured to stay cured." Foley's Kidney
7emedy will do the same for vou. W.
Brown & Co.
Genius and Misf -tune.
Homer was a beggar: I .autus turned
L mill; Terence was a slave: Boetlus
lied In jail; Paul Borghese bad four
teen trades and yet starved with them
al; Tasso was often in distress for
5 shillings: Bentivoglio was refused
admisslon into a hospital he himsel.
bad erected; Cervantes died of hungPr.
and Vagelas left his body to the si.
cans to pay his debts so as the
money would go; Sir W &frIRaleigb
died on the scaffold;Apenser. the
charmnmg.-dedCriant; the death of
Collins was through neglect, first caus
Ing mental derangement. Milton sold
his copy of 'Paralise Lost7 for $7 at
three payments and finished his life In
obscurity; Dryden llved in poverty and
disress; Otway died in the street:
Steele lived a life of perfect warfare
with the balff; Goldsmith's "V1cr
of Wakefield" was sold for a trifle to
save him from the grip of the law:
Savage died in pris- at Bristol, where
he was coafined for a debt of $40;
ButSer lived a life of penury and died
poor ChattEorton. the chd of gens
and m osta% detoed Nnm
Do not be persuaded into taking any
hing but Foley's Honey and Tar for
:bronic coughs, bronchitis, hay fever.
isthma and lung trouble. as it stops the
:ough and heals the lungs. W. E. Brown
.Arns and the Woman.
"Did anybody ever see a one armed
woman?" asked a gray headed man as
he surveyed the afternoon parade. "I
never did. Almost every day I meet
one armed men, but I have yet to en
counter a woman witA that pitifully
empty sleeve. Are there no women
who have suffered that mutilation?
If not, why n6t? And, if so, where are'
"Yesterday I heard it argued that
there was- ca"me for a woman to
lose an arm; that a-men do 'not go to
the wars and are not engaged in occu
pations that are likely to carry away
a part of their body. But that re
soning Is not sound. Many 'women
work in mills and factories, and they
are as liable to accidents In the strets
and public conveyances as men. F're
quently they figure in these accidents;'
but, although men in the same situs
tion would lose an arm. women never
"What Is the cause of thelr immuni
ty?-New York Globe
Go With A Rush.
The demand for that wonderful Stomn
,.ch, Liver and Kidney cure. Dr. King's
ew Life PilLs-is astounding. Drug
tlts say they never saw the lik-e.' It's
because they never fail to cure Sour
stomach. Consti pation, Indiigest ion. lii
iousness. .raund ice, Sick Headac'.e,
Chills and Malaria. Only :Sc. Sold by
Dust a Thousand Feet Thick.
hina has Its "bad lands." sill dust
and drearines, and its Irrigation
wheels, and Its "soul appalling" Gobi
dsert, along whose southern bondary
lies the Great wall. In some of these
regions the famous yellow dust of
China lies to a depth of L000O feet, and
when the wind blows the whole land
scape is obscured. Yet It is upon this
dust that the fertility of northern
China depends. The Chinese call It
"Bealth and Beauty Aid.
Coseiics and lotions will not clear
voor complexis" of pimples and blotch
es like Foley's Orino Laxative, for in
digestion, stomach and liver trouble and
habitual constipation. Cleanses the sys
temn and is pennt to take. W. E.
B~rown & Co.
wr She Got *ee Mone.
Thy weee at th circus. The eouyer
stiocn rn to the subject of how they
had financed their namsni ticket
projects. One said she had gathered
rags and sold them. Another had help
ed her brother spade a garden. The
third member of the party presented
a sickly grin and seemed reluctant
about explaining where her half dollar
came from. An explanation seemed
"Liaie, wtiah yo' gkt det half dol
Ih y' flipped up to de ticket man?'
*eovah yo' mind. Yo' ael saw me
pay d man, didn't yo'?"
"Sh 'nuf we dId. but dat ain' no
-Well. I got do money all right."
"Sho' nut yo' did. Sbo" nuf yo' did."
"Yes, an' of I doan' git a half dollah
smewah an' git my ole man's Sat
bath shoes from dat pawnshop befo'
satahdy evenin' I'm a deovo'ced
woman. dat's all."-Indamlils News.
Dr Abernethy, the great Fnglish
physician, said, "Watch your kidneys.
When they are affected, life is in dan
ger. Foley's Kidney Remedy makes
heal thy kidneys, corrects urinary irreg
ularities, and tones up the whole sys
te. W. E Brown & Co.
Women, won and tired
from over-work, need a
hoie. Thai feeliag od weak
ness r tiredses wll not
leave you of isdL. Take
CdaL, that elledtaremedy
for the ainents and weak.
ness of women. Thousnds
of women have tried Cardid
and write enthusist f d
ts great beneit to them.
A recent lener from ms.
arles Bragg, dt Sweetser,
IML., says "Tome can
not tell howumeh yo med
lcine has done for me. Be.
re I began king CardolI
could stdaday's work. I
would work awhie and lie
down. I sha always give
praise to yor medee
Try CardaL Fr sale
LAXATIVE coagb remedy.,
For coughs, colds, throat and 1ung
troubles. No opa+e. Non-alcoholic.
Good foreveC-ybody. Sold everywhere.
FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR is in
aYellowpackage. Refu substitutes.
Prepared only by
Foley & Company, Chicago.
W. E. BROWN & CO.
By virtue of a Decree of the Court
of Ccmmon Pleas for Sumter county
in the State of South Carolina. in
the case of Antonio Kopff against
H. Boyte Tomlinson and D. H. Tra
ler. I will sell at public auction to
the highest bidder, at the Court
House in the Town of Manning, in
the County of Clarendon and State
.foresaid. on sales day in October,
909. being the fourth day of October
909, during the usual hours of
sale, the following described Real
Estate, to wit:
"That tract of land situate in the
County of Clarendon, in said State.
ontaining twenty-two acres, more
or less, bounded on the North by the
ill Reserve: East by land of L .
Tomlinson: South by land of JT. A.
Riddle, and land formerly of A. M!.
Woods. deceased, and on the West
by Mill Bay. High Water Mark bein::
the line. all as shown on pla; made
by E. J. Smith. Surveyor, dated Jan
arv, 5th, 1895."
Terms of bale: Cash; purchxa~er to
pay for papers.
E. C. HAYNSWORTH.
Master Sumter Countc.
STATEOF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Mlargaret A. Wilson, Plaintiff
Alice B. Wilson, and J. L. Wilson. ..
F. Wilson, W. C. Wilson, C. C. Wi!
son., and E. F. Wilson as Trustees,
Decree of For.aclosure.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Decretal Order of the Court of Comn
man Pleas for Clarendon County.
dated the 1-4th day of september, 1909)
I will sell to the highest bidder for
ash, ou Monday the 4th day of
October, A. IL. 1909. the same being
saleuday, in front of the Court House:
at Man'ning, in said County, within
legal hours of sale, the follow in:: real
-A11 that piece. parcel or lot ot
land, lying, being and situate in the
town of Manning. County of Claren
don. State aforesaid, bounded on the
North by street known as Depot
Street; bounded on :r-- East by land
of Louis Appelt ared land of the
estate of Maryli. Dickson, deceased'
and bounded on the South and 'Vest
'by lands of Mary M!. David. measur
ig eigty-seven feet on the East and
West sides and two hundred and fifty
feet and five inches on the North and
South sides thereof. Being the lot
onveyed to me by Mary M. Davd by
her deed dated February ind, 1904.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. GAMBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon.
By James M!. Windhamn, Esq..'Probate
WHRES 1L . King and J. H.
Kingmad sui tome. to grant
them letters of administration of the
estate and effects of Harriett C. King.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and- singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Harriet:
C. King, deceased, that they be and
apear before me, in the Court of Pro.
bate to be held at Manning on the 30th
day of September next.after publication
hereof. at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
to show cause. if any they bale, why
the said administration shiould not be
SGiven under my* hand. this 13th day.
of September. A. D. 1909.
[StAL.] JAMES M1. WINDHJAN.
Judge of Probate.
Pursuant to an order of J. M1. Wind.
ha. Judre of Probate, I will sell to the
highest bidder. for cash, at, the court
houec in Manning on the 30th day- of
Sentember, 1909, between the hours ol
1'and 2 o'clock p. mn., the fo!!otwing
personal property: One black hors:.
A. I. BAlmON.
C. C. C. P., Adminia:-ator
.:. Mrs.Namnie Bozemnan. dceased.
stope the cough an.d hools~ungs
Dr. King's New Ofe Pills
The baet in +he world.
o f Kidney 0~ r'u~~ r-)zcS N tDie
edicine. No medicine can dc r a Diabetes
W. E. BROWN & Co.
WHEN LIFE ENDS
Your TOC>3ime Ceases.
'If E WIE AND CHILDREN WILL THEN NEED HELP MUCH MORE
THAN THEY DO NOW.
A POLICY IN THE OLD RELIABLE
Hartford Life Lisurance Compaiy
Vil afLrd thein Maximum Protection at a Minimum Cost.
All Modternz Policy Forms. Combininz the Best Features with the Moi4t
,iheral Premium Rates.
MA RION RICH. Gen. Agt.,
Columbia, S. C.
E. INGRAM, Local Agent, J. M. WINDEAM, Local Agent,
Manning. S. C. Manning, S. C,.
WHY BE BOTHERED WITH
FLIES AND MOSQUITOES
HAVE YOURt HOUSE SCREENED WITH
- WIRE DOORS AND WINDOWS.
Vr make the Kind :.hat Pleases. Call, 'Phone, or Write for Prices
HACKER MANUFACTURING COMPANY
Succesors to GEO. S. HACKER & SON.
44-548 KING STREET - - - - - CHARLESTON, S.C
BANK OF CLARENDON, Manning, S C .
.We solici: your banking business. It is- to your interest to -
patronize this safe and strong bank. ' Four years of coa
Linue zrowth 4na operation without the loss of as much
as a dollar, speaks for itself, does it-not?
- We wan: to be your bankers. if you are not Already-&
Customer. come and see us about it and tell us why. If
you are. come and see us anyhow. Iis never too late to
do a good thing for yourself. - .
Interest Paid on Savings Deposits.
BANK OF CLARENDON.Manning C
D. M. BRADHAM &
We just want to state we are now
better prepared to supply your
in our line than ever before itrhe pas
quarter of a century. We have -tee
Wagon on the market todar -forf.tL
. Our Harness Fo~
has been moved to the old dispensary b
buildinig, where anything in a're
or Harness Hardware, can b~td ad*
the least possible price. Weiaveani
style you want, and if quai5 '
price make any difference, wecan es1
you. In fact our stock is exqDeit~ .
I We have our buyer now on th& horse .
market and ask you that you wait unti ou :i
- Yours-td serve you,9
D. M. BR ADH AM& SON
We Ask Youvt -cu
troubles, hecns we 2re sureit
wifi help you Remember ta
this-great female iemedy
ycu? For MA bA~ae, o SJ.
per~dl~l ais eale My farm at Jordan of 60 acres. 30 of
nessn maybhaven dt t now very fertile iniclosed unto woren
est edicie to take." Tsyitl I ir ence'.a-n ome, wiexcange
-forz property in Manning. Also an ex
tra nice pair of mares well bred, otr
afraid of steam or autocobiles, bred by
myself, work single or double, with or
Iwithout eye winkers, gruaity such as to
POHP EL SHOPjmeake them valuable, o and 6years old.
XND LADIES Fni'rst-Class Real Estae
Everything of the best fcr ATRESA
the personal wear and adorn -. Manning, S. C.
ment of both sexes.w ENouCM
. We ilil mail orders careinlly TOOWCALA
and promptly. jIL S
ALLTIMS.IN' A TYLES.
ChrltHN .C GOOV3 LN WELLS.
TO EAT.ManuiSj TAe M PockN
3ive us a Trial.riinvitatiot eilI
The best in the world.
lanrk & Huggins Q!!!
Will cure any case
beyond the reach of m
We O. W.
Woodmneu of t:e WorM.
.eetus on fourth MonJay n:hts a
Visitin Sovereigrs inv ed.
Then if lire come.', you will be saved
many a worry and
MANY A DOLLAR.
In this aUof the world when the pro-.
tec.';-or a zood Fire Insuraice Policy
'.-ot so little. and the risk of fire is so
great. it is simply poots business to go
u insu red.
DO f. N. V80 1,01s0 0 14
E. C. HORTON, Manager.
Th Bank of Maing.
Manning. S. C.
Capital Stock.................. .440,000
Surplus.................... ... 40,0
Stockholders' Liability...... . 40,000
Total Protection to Depositors. $120,000
START YOUR BOY
in the right way. Good habits Instilled
in the youth will' bear good fruit
in after years. Whether it be the smali
account of the boy or a business account
of the man that is. entrusted to us we
can guaranteed'perfect tisfaction
VERY IMPORTANT ?
All plurnbing is important. even
essential to the maintenance of health:
but perhaps kitchen sanitation is most
important of all, for foul ordors may'
spoil, even make dan;:erous. most
articles of fcod. Beware of the defective
or leaking kitchen sink: Perhaps we'd
etehaalook at all the pipes in
. eR . na:r. nASTERS,
27-329 Ing Street, Charleston, S C
Dea Bir-Iisse you CatrhCre
thec of my son whohad chronic nasphar
yneai catarrh. with great benefit to him.I
of ten pro>cribe !! tor other of my p.tients.an
think It is quit-- the tine'.t rem'diy for catarrh
that ha. evr bre. plce on the miarket.
Thakin:: you ror past4 favors. I amn.
Yours very tru.ly,
E!Iorce. S. C.
Rzv. T. H. ALLE.zN
Dr. floner's Catarrh Re~medy is for sale b
o. R Cgr. MIannin::. S. C. A mnonth's. treat
DR. .). A COLE.
Cptisover Bank of Manning.
MANNING, S. C.
MANNING, S. C.
11. C. DAVIS. J. A. WE~IBERG.
DAVIS & WEINBERG,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,
MANNING, S. C.
Prompt,. attenition ghen to collections.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
'o . renov. 5. ou1vr2n e Unal
PURDY & O'BRYAN, Lw
Attorn~eys and CounselorsatL ,
M ANNING, S. C.
ATTOR~NEY AT LAW.
\IANNNTG. S. C.