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Ainslee's Magazine. ........3 50 $2 $5
American Boy.............2 50 2 15
American Homes & Gardens. 4 50 4 15iTH
American Motherhood..2 30 2 20
American Poultry Journal 2 00 1 SO
Atlantic Monthly. ... ......3 0 4 70XAqNN
Black Cat..............2 50 2 15
Blue Book..............3 00 2 73
Bohemian.... .... ...... 3 00 2 55
Book-keeper..... ........ 2 30 2 10
Bookman...... ....... ..4 00 3 63
Boston Cooking School ...2350 2 10
Breeder's Gazette.........3350 2 35
Burr McIntosh Monthly...... 4 50 3 50
Century Magazine..........5 50 5 30)&
Children's Magazine..... ...2 50 2 10
Christian Herald (N. Y.)...3 00 2 65 _____
Country Life in America..3 0 4350
Craftiman..................4350 3S 80_______
Current Literature.......... 4 50 3 75
Designer........... ...... 2 00 1 85
Dressmaking at Home...2 50 2 15 ~co i
Educational Review........4 30 4 00
Electrical World.......... 4 50 4 15 edr prcaetevl
:rIectrician & Mechanic...2 50 2 15 o evc f hsiaai
Etude jfor music lovers)...3 00 2 30 aae yfaho xet
Farm ournal (2 years)...1 83 1 75
Field and Streamn..... .....3 00 2 50 ina tkep t ed
Forum..... .... ...... ...350 2 $3 admstsatinsaoa
Garden Magazine....... ....2 50 2 13 s~l
Good Housekeeping.. .F..2f50lO1
Good Literature...... ....183 17
Hampton's Magazine.......3 00 2 50
Harper's Bazar. ......... .2 50 3 135 t ito s~e iadit
Harpers Magazine.........5 50 3 00 o ainlitrs.Sm
Harper's Weekly........5 50 5 00 patcllsosi oec
Home Needlework.......2 25 3 0?0 n.hueeeig n o
House Beautiful...........4 00 3 75 '
Housekeeper..............2 23 2 10 deoangadfrsn.
Housewife............... 1 85 1 75 wmn h ar fcide
Human Life .............. 230 21 hu15ndpzls.ehe
Illustrated London News... 7 30 6 %' eiwi 3c oyadi
Independent............. . 50 2 83 ayer
International Studio. ......6 50 3 73
Judge....................6 50 3 73
Keramic Studio.......... 350 5 00
Ladies' World.. ........... 2 00 1 $3TE AN
Leslie's Weekly............6350 3 50PITR L
Life............ ....... .. 6 3 5 S CES3
Lippincott's Magazine...4 00 ) 2- I)ENP
Little Folk s (Salem) ne w. ..2 54) 2 13 Rei
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Coast Line CbaaMe.
Wilin:i:ton. '. C. November 6. 19.11.
The Time;. .lannin::.. S C.
Gentlemen: -- lelzeving the schedule
chang-es which take ettect on Novem
ber 15th on the Atlautic Coast Line will
b>e of interest to your readers. I beg to
ive leu below. the chanzes. which
:.are iarked. and wili be very lad to
hlave your co-operationi in representin.
-aie to %our readers.
-fective November 15th. the Atlan
tie Coast Line wi-l inaugurate a new
throug-h P'ullmnan dininz car- train,
noowi a., the Palmetto Linited, be
tween New York and Jacksonville. Fla.. i
and Atlanta Ga. It will be equipped
with the latest 'ullman sleeping cars, 1
thoroughfare coaches and dining car.
betweeon New York and Jacksonville,
leavin- New York at 3:, p. in., Wash
in.ton 10 p. m.. arrive Florence 10:0r.2
a. M., Auusta 3 p. m.. Atlanta S:20 p.
i.. where connection is made with out
-oing trains for the We-t. .\rriving
Charleston 1:3i p. m., Savannah 4:56 p.
m.. Jack-sonviile 8:10 p. in.. connection
being made forall ipoints. in Fior ida.
*Ieturning. leave Jacksonville -:30 a.
in.. Charleston 4 p. in.. Atlanta 8:30 a.
i.. Eastern time, Aug-usta 4:30 p. in..
Eastern time, Florence 7:4S p. m.. ar
rive Washington S a. m.. New York 2:
The above will be in addition to the (
Florida and West Indian Limited. z
trai.s 8 andl 5, schedules of which will
be arranged as follows: Train <. leave C
New York 9:55 a. m.. instead of 4:23 a.
m.. Wasnin:zton 4:02' p. i.. instead of
: p. m., as now. Fiorence :':45 a. i..
Charleston 6:40 a. m.. Jacksonville 1:20) r
p. n., where connection will be made to 3
all Florida points. lieturnin::. train t2 a
will leave Jacksonville a- 14:05 a. i.. in- C
stead of S:50 a. i.. a, now. arrive Ciar- C
le.,ton 5:50 p). in.. Florence S:55 1. i.,
arrive Washington 6:40 a. m., and New
York 2'45 p. im.a
There will be no change in the sched
ules of The Coast Line Florida Mail,
trains i) and 89.
An additional local tr-.in will be put m
on between Sumt, er . d Au-us:a. erV-a
ing Sumter at;, a. m . arriving Augusta.
11:15 a. m., leaving Augusta on the re- t
turn trip at 4 p, m.. and arriving Sum- t
ter at $:15 p. m. .C
Tne convenient schedule and arrivals
of the Palmetto Limited at all pointl in W
South Carolina will be appreciated by h
the traveling public: and the people of h.
your community have now, for the first
time in a number of years a through
limited train service to and fromi Atlan- 1
ta and the West.
Yours very truly. sb
W. J. C'R.UG.
Passenger Trattic Manager. so
The above is the name of a German ab
chemical. which is one of the many val- fa:
uable ingredients of Foley's Kidney
Remedy. Hexamethylenetetramine i
recognized by medical text books and
authorities as a uric acid solvent and
antiseptic for the urine. Take Foiey's At
Kidney Remedy as soon as vou notice'
any irregularities and avoid a serious
malady. W E. Brown & Co.
No Time For Art. a .m
"Real hlth art.* said a comedian. All
"seldom strikes home. I played in % bu
melodrama in my youth where the ve
leading characters were :rand artists. wb
but their best scenes were only scoffed ref
at. Our villain had a death scene In Isa
the sixth act. He reveled in that be(
scene. He writhed all over the stage. sev
[t was real hgh art! In a small town sht
one night the scene shifter started to sto
lower the slow curtain on this deatn oth
much too soon. The dying vIllain. as wa:
be kicked about, whispered hoarsely: So
"'Time there, young fellow. I ain't ed
lead yet.' ed
"'D~ead or not dead.' saId the shifter. . ot
tme hot supper's waitin' fur me,."
mazines of the highest me
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imes and Cosrn
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e of the up to date-minute fash- A
3. It has four foreign offices.
,. in Paris, London, Berlin and
rs in touch with what is newest
le stye. Pictorial Review is not ol
~resting, its articles broad, and at
~f the regular deportments are b
ressmnaking, millinery, crochet w
sehold tinance, sanitation, home pl
money making suggestions for in
,a page for elderly people, wit, e:
from the stage. etc. Pictorial '1
bought singly would cost $1.S0 Si
NG TIES. 52 numbers, $1.50.
R EVIEW, . .12 numn bors. $I1.0.
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w Pattern... ...Value.. .15.
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THE MANNING TIM
>r renewal. or extensions. Magazinl
1l duplicate any offer made by any
This thenter of bloody conflicts is a
vast sea. so to speak. of a dense forest
-a second growth more than a century
cld. It Is made up chietly of scrubby.
low limbed. stubborn oaks and disor
lered. haggard pines. for the soil is
:old and thin, with here and there
scattering clumps of alien cedars.
Some of the oaks are large enough to
-ut two railroad ties, and every once;
and awhile you come across an acre
> two of pines ten to twelve inches in
liameter, tall and tapering. true to the
;oaring propensities of their kind. But
.enerally. and above all where the bat
le was fought, the trees are noticeably
tunted and so close together and
hick lower limbs so intermingled with
thick underbrush that it is very dif
icult Indeed to make one's way
brough them.-Atlantic Monthly.
Meredith's Advice to Stead.
W. T. Stead tells a characteristic
tory of George Meredith. which is all
he more appreciable as it is told
"Ie was a true friend." says Mr.
;tead. "not less faithful in criticism
han he was cordial In his appreciation.
Of the former i remember well the,
eat way in which he put me out of
onceit with my first attempt to writc
story. I sent him my little effort
rith fear and trembling. My trepida
on was not without warrant. 1 have
?ad "From the Old World to the
ew."' he wrote. *Some of the char
eters are interesting and well drawn.
ne of them especially reminds me of
ecl Rhodes. But if any one of your
-nds tells you that he likes the story
s a story don't believe him."'
No Wonder She Swooned.
Mrs. Lysander John Appleton's
oher instinct divined last evening
at her son. Chauncey Devere Apple
n, was in trouble, so she took him
her room and said. "My son. tell.
ur mother what troubles you."
it turned out that the young man
is having a hard time. The girl he
s been "going with" had refused
m. Mrs. Appleton was indignant.:
e thinks it would be an honor for,
y girl in the west fo marry an Ap- t
!ton. "Why did she refuse you?"
e asked her son, with fine scorn.
'Well." the boy replied between his S
bs. "she objects to our family. She
rs pa's a loafer, that you're too fat
d that everybody laugh4 at Dayse b;
tyme because she's a fool and talks di
Dut nothing but the greatness of her T
nily." Chauncey threw water in his a'
>ther's face. but at 3 o'clock this a
ernoon she was still in a swoon, H
th four docturs working on her.
[other had baked several varieties
cakes. among them being some gr
all. decorated ones for the children. is
had received their share and were L<
;y disposing of them upon the back dc
anda-that Is. all except Isabel. de
o for some misdemeanor had been re
used a share of the feast. Now. m
bel was four years old and had to
'n attending a Sunday school for, TIl
eral weeks past. and in the school ac
learned a number of texts. She' na
ad by the window watching the ris
ers make merry until her longing hij
Stoo much for childish patience.
she walked over to the table, reach-. da
out her hand and solemnaly repeat. "tI
"The Lord is my shepherd: I shall it
want.' Then a little list closed Pe
ily upon the largest, finest cake.- do
man's Home Companion.
rit. The needs andde
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unusual arrangement with the pi
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The By and the Book.
"Tho late Edward Everett Hale"
said a Boston tuagazine editor. "was
a great student of chi!d life.
"Dr. Hale once dilited to me on th
Incorrigibly bad .:iste in books that
children have. Hie lIstanced the cas
of his own son. n1ow a fam:Ious arch
tect. whose taste he had a hard tiMe
"The little boy. It seened. cared only
for the veisational in liternture. Jack
Unrkawny ::ud iDte:duwood Dick seem.
ed to himl) tie very tojpl.inrst pilnacle
of literary excellence. Ile yawned
over the34 splendid historical works his
father rend to him.
"One d::y. however. Dr. Hale had a
gleam of hope. The little boy brought
him : volune of English history and
-Will you read me some more out
of this. pleasey E
"'Why. certainly. mny boy,' the =
father answered cordially. 'What part
would you like to havelr*
"ltead me.' said the little boy. 'about
Mary. queen of Scots. getting her head
rut off and the blood al. running down
The new teacher ;tlanced smilingly
yver the school and was deliahted to
ee so many bright young face" among
ier new charges.
"Now. children." she said. "so that I
nay ind out what you ko>w I will
est you on arithLmetic. Maggie Wil
ins. if I were to divide three bananas
tmong seventeen boys what would he
he result' '
".i riot." said Maggie. speaking up
ike a little drum major.
"Possibly." said the teacher. -but
1--it is not what I mean. Tommy. you
nay take the question. Three bananas
mong three U.ys-tha ""uld be one
.'mnaa apiece for each boy. Now.
bree bananas among seventeen boys
rould be what ?"
"Three bananas. mim," answered
"I know. but three into seventeen is"
-said the teacher.
"Three bananas would go into seven
yen boys once and none over." said
It was then that the new teacher re- 6i
Stung For I5 Yea C
Indigestion's pangs-trying many
>ctors and $t00 worth of medieir(* in
Lin, B. F. Ayscue. of Ingleside. N. C..
last used Dr. King's New Life Pil,
d writes they wholly cured him. They
ire Constipation. Hilliounen.s, Sic'k
eadache, Stomach. Liver. Kidney and
)wel troubles. 25c at all druggists. RE
Travel In 17CO. S
In these days of r;!pid transit a pamr.
aph from a Yorkshire plper of 1700 pur
interestling. It is an account of a eg
mdon merchant's journey from Lon- for
n to Dublin and back. Leaving Lon
n on Monday evening. the traveler R
iched Liverpool on Wednesday
>rning. in time to catch the packet
Dublin. which vity he reached on
ursday. During that day he trans- I
ted his business in the capital. and fr C
it morning sailed for Liverpool. ar- Dre
Ing there on Saturday. Monday saw a-s G
n back in London. and his journey merI
as complete. having taken only eight
rs! "And." concludes the writer,
tere is every reason to believe that N
will be possible to heat even this
formance in the near future."-Lon
2 Family JournaL.
sires of every one will 1
iical, Music, Art, Humor
iblishers we are able to make this r
magazine in the home- Is on <
hest ideals in home life,
s honesty in public life.
~s descriptive of the im-* of Amea
ng, science, agriculture. broider;
~icles and fiction are the home d<
he advice of the ablest month i
e making in its various valuabbt
irden, books and reading. departir
:ess Magazine is strength- and wat
writings of Orison Swett work, b;
>f poetry, humor and art. keepers.
d if bought singly would Priscilk
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The Woman's Tonic
No matter if you suffer
from headache, backache
pains in arms, shoulders
and legs, dragging-down
feelings, etc., or if you
feel tired, weary, worn
out and generally miser
able-Cardui will help you.
It has helped thousands
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ark & Huggins.
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AL ESTATE A6ENTS,
MANNING, s. C.
hould you desire to sell or,(
uhase real prol-er-ty let us
utiate the sale or purchase
you. Fair dealings assured.
lotice of Discharge. 11
i -..:ip t- toi- Jud-e of Probate
retd.-n . Oi the 30t day of
miwer. 1909 ; Ir -t----if discharge
iaraian for o-ador H Coker. for
y aL .\;or. I
JOHN HI. DrBOSE,
w Zion. S ('.. Non-mber 29, 1909.
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is. chared on Canadian and F
We Have Moved Into Our
Which is one of the largest. must convenient and up-to-date build
ings in the State. We have spared neither pains nor money in
Making our stables a comfortable and safe place for the accom
modation of our friends and patrons.
New Horses and Mules
There never has been in this market a cleaner lot of Horses
and Mules than can now be found at our stables. Every Horse or *
Mule we sell goes with our guarantee. Farm Mules. Draft Mules,
Carriage Horses, Buggy Horses. Saddle and Driving Horses.
Also Dr. White's famous Horse Remedies.
New Buggies and Wagons.
If you want a good, strong. handsome Buggy. Surrey or
Wagon. we can supply you at prices to meet competition. Come
to see us for Harness, Saddles, Robes and Whips, and anything
pertaining to this line. We want your personal inspectio: of our
stables, and we feel assured that we can suit yot to a Horse. Mule
or Bug;y. Surrey or Wagon.
COFFEY & RIOBY.
to be had now at
We E. JENKINSON CO 'S
100 Men's heavy winter Overcoats. $12.50 values, y U be
losed out at $7 48.
50 Men's fine Overcoats. well worth $15.00 will go at ;9.98.
200 Boy's 2-piece Knee Suits to slose out regardless of rice.
-ere is your chance to get a cheap suit of clothes for your : .n
500 Bolts of Ribbon in all widths and shades will be losed
iut at about 1-2 what they are worth.
All Millinery Gods. Ladies' Hats. Plumes, Feathe i and
'aby Caps are being closed out at prices never before hea d of.
Our entire Line of Furniture, Mattings, Rugs and Q pets.'
nd all House Furnishing Goods must go.
Our entire Stock of Goods must be sold for cash at ie
'oing out of business is the reason. Come and get the .oods
heap while they last-a chance of a lifetime.
W. E. JENKINSON CQ.
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>thhoeMoe N otAercnRie . 0 50
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Otloro..... ........... 50 4 10
Paciiciany........... ...3 00 2 30
Parisodand PatmeJorn. ... 2 00 1 75
PNarional Magazine.... ....3 00 2 50
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Putok........ ........ ....6 6
Ptad eaderhl....... ....0 8
RePaiode..and.atter.....4 0 28
m ~ ~ ~ ~ ero' agazinedBok........... 27
Reliale Poultr Journal .....0 $
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strictly fanc~wPrck.m.t.. M. -zi-......... 0 7
i'voe tochina oil tNicams.ede.... .. ....40
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.ny helpforhose- Reunabl Pcholtr Journa......2.0 23
t sigly oul cos SyReiew.ofReview...........35 ~3
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Thsare againe.... 4.50 4 30
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VajiNoren againe 3 00 2 25
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