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There is more
to a Fertilie
The mere mixing of
materials to obtain analy
sis requires no special
know'edge. The value
of a fertilizer lies in the
source from which the
plant food is obtained.
Each ingredient i n
Royster goods is selected
with a view of supplying
the plant from sprouting
until harvest. The plant
is not overfed at one
time and starved at an
years experience goes with
Sold by reibe dealers throughout 3
F. S. Royster Guano Co.
I Iin The Year
w just closed, 1909, we have mucb to be thankful for, in 3
common with all our citizens. good trade conditions and a
general prosperity. Our trade has about doubled itself a
and we hope this year to see the march of progress-con
tinued for ourselves as well as our friends and patrons Z
Severywhere. Friends, we as for a continuance of your
Ssunport and patronage. promising on our part honest,
*'fair and square dealings with all. Our aim is to offer
Syou the best goods at lowest prices. Our stock of
will be more complete than ever before. New goods are
constantly arriving. A full Line of Stoves, Ranges and
C Heaters.' Farmers will find a complete assortment of a
SFairming Implements and Tools to select from. Our Z1
S"AUl-In-One" Plow, entirely new, will till a long felt a
~ want. Another carload of the famous Pittsburg Fenr:e g
Sfor both garden and field fencing has just arrived. Agent a
<for all "Keen Kutter" goods-none. better. Headquarters
Sfor Guns and Sporting Goodg. We ask the ladies to in
Sspect our line of Enameiware, Raed's Enameiware made
-especially for us-every piece guaranteed.
A full line of Crockery, Glassware. Lamps. Burners
-~ and Chimneys, Paints, Oils. Varnishes, and all building
~ suplies.Yours for business,
In the Levi "Busy" Block.
I HORSES, MULES,
-BUGGIES. WAGONS. HARNESS.
Lime, Cement. Acme Wall Plaster. Shingles.
Laths. Fire Brick. Clay. Stove Flue.
Drain Pipe. &c.
HAY AND GRAIN.
Oats. Wheat, Rye, and Barley. A c-arload or a single
article. Come and see us. if unable to do. write or
'phone No. 10.
A CAR LOAD OF TilE NICEST
Horses and Mules
ever shipped to Manninir, to arrive Thursday morning. December
23rd. Come and see them. If you need a Horse or Mule look1
them over before yon buy. An article well bought is half sold.
My Stock is bought right. Come and get yours before they are
picked over. I carry a large stock of Tyson & Jone's, Hack~ney
and Wreau Buggies. A car load of Piedmont Wagons just arrived.
The best on the market for the money. Call and get my prce
before you buy. G-d ~.E
F. CJiT HOM AS. MNNING. S. C.
the use ofagoodlaxtive, to keep the bowels open and prevet the poisons of undigested.
Telatest tdtofscee is VEL.VO Laxative L.iver Syrup, purely vegetabie, gentle.
relibe and of a pleasant. armatc taste. Veivo acts on the liver, as well as on the
st-mech and bowels, and isof the greatest possible efficacy in constipation. indigesti'.
h m n n ,sicic hC e d h4 , fevers hnes, co lic~ ftn -ne, etc. T y V F '.
TEL TOULIVER SYRUP
Testing Processes at the National
Each day at the weather bureau in
Washington the tbery:ometers recei, ed
from various manufacturers tirough
out the country are put through the
test of standardizing them.
The various processes through which
the bulbs pass before they are labeled
"accurate" are easy. inasmuch as there
is practically httle scientitic work at
tached to the test. When a thermoni
eter is first handed to the man in the
testing room it is dipped into a vat
filled with a compound far below the
freezing point. It i1 thrust in :it tIhe
point where it happens to be at the
time and worked up and down onti:
the degree of the compound is reactea
Having then recorded tbe liowts,: -em
perature. the process of testi:_ for the
highest is begun. This is jus.t ns .im
ple as testing for the low tem1perature.
The bulb is dipped into a vat of water.
first at 00 degrees. Then it is worked
gradually until 130 degrees is reached.
If the mercury in tbe bulb will indi
cate 130 degrees further testing is un
necessary. because that is a tolerably
warni temperature and one seldoum if
ever reached by natural beat.
A thermometer the bulb 4-1 wich
contains mercury will not register
lower than 2S degrees below .ero-t hit
is. mercury will freeze at thalt point.
In this country very little use is
found for thermometers showing mure
:ban 2S degrees below zero. but in the
far north they are of course necessary.
Such instruments. however. con:uIn
spirits in the bulbs instead of :wr
cury. but even tbis flu;d beco:mes !ug
gish when 40 or 50 below zero is re
corded, and it will seldom show W0 Is
A mid-eighteenth century traveler.
who is the first person known to* h:vre
made English of the word -shampoo."
wrote that shawpooinw is an opera
tion not known in Europe and is l.
culiar to the Chinese. which I had o::ec
the curiosity to go through. :oid for
which I paid but a trith-. Ilowever.
had I not seen several Chinese mner
chants shampoo*d before me I should
have been apprehensive of danzer.
even at the sight of all the different
Istruments." The oritinal -shaii
poo." as this traveler's detailed ac
count and other allusions for lou
after his time show. was very much
what we call -massage" now. It was
from India that the word really came.
and It represents the imperative of a
verb weaning to knead.
The Measuring Rod.
Whatshisname Bilkins ............ .1.00C
James C. tilkins .................... 1 NO
Hon. James C. Silidns ............. EA.00C
Our public spirited nenefactor.
James C. Bilkins ............ "D
Old Bilkins ...........--........ - i-00-00
That old leather hearted hog. Ci
kins ............ .................... 0. 00
Peumonia Follows a Cold
but, never follows the use of Foley's Fo.s
ey and Tar. which stops the couzh. hea!l
the lungs. and expels the cold from your
system. Take at tirst sig'n of a cold and
~void a dangerous illness. W. E. Brown
There is n.' inv---e-t whi'-h has puzzled
nturali-- :-: :.- :::;.-lwr c-lassitica
ton nn' -: .:.-.:7 ~ ii u:. Somei ha ve
asser!'d : b.a : I be~: t Ihe heer les.
of wvhi:-, i: i :: --ai.r-:r-t :ype." oth.
ers t hat i: ip.. :,e e.. i: b t he grass
hoppers . - ::..:: v very ti:nte.
there ha--. - r::dla - dienswion.
Some ha'.' :1 :::h: :!.- :nnme eartwig
is the re~s; -. - h.- :-ro:':.re'< supposed
hal; .of re.':: 'w-' '!.. ears, while
others a:e e';wt:ivy r':d :. ht it Is
derirted fr' 2 ie . ru-.:r n::me. which
they say wa:s '::rwin::. t-rom: th-- t'aet
that the win-e w lher. 1'pr:wd ri-enmbes
the humw -a ar .\t ra -i-.'vnts. one
thing Is cer ain t 2he ea:wrwig as~ we
know it now 1: :: ,'urviva! (of ::n1 early
type of wh'ich almiost e-very other mem
ber has become extinct.
A family of children. af:er the usuati
Saturday nightromps. gathered in the
drawing room for mnusic and singing
As bedtime drew near the mothr
"Now. children, cboose one by~mn to
finish up with, and then you must al!
say -Good night.'"'
"Let's have 'Ere Again Our tSab
bath Close.'" suggested a bright littic
gIrl of about seven years of age.
"Well. I think that wouldJ be more
suitable tomorrow evening." replied
"Oh. but you always air our Sab
bath ctothes on Saturdays. mummy!"
What Did She Mean?
Harold-What did she say when you
turned out the gas and kissed her?
Rujert-Said she felt as if she never
wanted to see my face again.-l'hila
Saved at Death's Door.
The door of death seemed ready to
open for Mlurray W. Ayers of Trans.it
Bridge. N. Y.. when his life waS won
derfuly saved. "I wa-s in a dreadful
ondition." he writes. -my 7kin wais ai
most vellow, eyes ,.unken: tongue coa?t
ed: e'maciated' fronm losing 40 pounds.
growing waaker daily. Virulent liver
trouble pulling me down to death in
pite of doctors. Then that matchless~
med icine-Fllectric Hitters -cured mec.
reg:ined the 4.) pounds lost and now
in well and strong." For all stomachO.
iver- and kidney tro::bles they-r' :
c.-em'o. -A- at ail diruggists.
Count th~e Tirnes a Hors: Rolis.
To see a hor7'e when ..ua at .-.su
rolling on the ;;round and~ -ndea:v''r:.:
to turn over on his back is a-''omu- n
sight, but how mnany pe" ':le have no-~
ticed that in doinc this ! 1:'.' e
an Invariable rule& The rule is what
he always rolls over either at the tirst
or third attempt-nlever :tt the seco.nd
-and more than three' atte:::ps are
never made. In other wo.rds, if the
horse succeeds in rolling over at the
first try-. well and good-that satisties
him. But if tile lirst :tte:ny't isatal
ure the secondi "a-' always S Thren
he eIther rolls gunih- 'ver :at the third
or gives it up'. Ie :eVe-r mah:' a
fourth. If h'.rse- are r''!!!n:: "as sl.
Ing .:round t hey t uually re!!~ nuphi.
This isa' more i. ' teasy 11 f explaatio th:n
the stran::e cult.':n r.-tuin ing ile
number of att':apt'i. .\- i* . 1hi: n
adequate rea'"on has ever been2 'iTeredi.
W iil th'.se. in:genio'us pro'lde who' te!l uis
why a dog turnts :ar''u! be-fore- lyin-:
down andt wvhy dlu'-ls walk Ibehind
eahl "ther in a tring inste-ad ''f
abreast e-xplain why. ai horse netver
ma-es f' ur atttem:pts to r'.ll 'ver and
never stue c-" at the secoud?-Ex
e:tn --u - - --e.-e- - n -
THE STOLEN BICYCLE. T
An Exciting Chase That Ended In an
AlI Around Capture.
A cyclist had left his manehine out
ride n shop. nnd he emerzed just in
time to s-ee a man ridinu awny in it.
Three e-ther cyelists htl p-ut up fo.r
refreshments clo"se by. nnd one of
their inachines. a tandemt. was seized
by the victin of the Ieft for the pur
pose of pursuit. Thi, hasty act was
ob'served by a passint pedestriin. who
instantly and indignantly mountedl the
remainin; machine and dashed after
the ec-ist who was chasing the thief.
. wond :ter t he owuner of the last
mtiiionel isicycle nushd wildly out,
arLd senei: no other ibicycle handy on
which to ;:ive chase. jumped into a
cab. Iere t he're were three men t'n
stolen eyeles -1tl th:4 fourth man in a
cai -! r!I cing ::s it mad. The man o'
the tindem finally cau;:ht the thief.
the next :Ian cau-:ht hint and the
next cau;ght hint. and so on. until
there was a very complicated row.
In the end there was an explatia
tion. The thef was locked up and
ultimately sentenced for two months.
Evidently his pride was more wound
ed by the street episode than by the
sentence. for he boastfully declared
that no single man on a tandmnt ever
would have cau;:ht him ha! I'e not
been ridinz in ln::: trousers.Fx
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Didn't Call Him Names.
Mke's mother visited a young
schoolteacher on the east side the oth
er day, says the New York Sun. As
nearly Ls she could make out from
the mother's splutteringts the teacher
had be-n calling Mickey "names that
no lady would use and no dacint moth
er would stand for." The teacher
thought hard. but could recollect no
ti:r~ when she had given way to an
impulse to call Mickey dreadful names.
-Sure but you d'd." insisted the
mother. "I don't know what you
meant by it, but scurry elephant is no
nice name to call a boy. That's what
he sid you called him-a scurry ele
*Scurvy elephant: No." said the
teacher in a relieved voice; "I didn't
call Mike a scurvy elephant. I called
him a disturbing element, and I re
iterate my statement."
Mickey's mother went home partial
ly satisfied, but not quite sure that the
teacher hadn't been calling her names
Foley's Kidney rIemtedy will cure any
case of kidney or bladder trouble that
is not beyond the reach of medicine. It
inv-igorates the entire system and
trengtheas the kidneys so they elimi
nate the imnurities fromi the blood.
Backache. rheumati.,mn. kidney and
bladder troubles are all cured by this
zreat medicine. Commene taking at
once and avoia Brigh:'s Disease and
Diabetes. W. E Brown x C~o.
Buttered Side Up.
One of the stories .-hich Irvi Ilutch
ins, the old time clockmaker of Con
cord. N. II.. deligthted to tell related to
the youth of Daniel Webster.
"One day." said the old man. "while
I was taking breakfast at the tavern
kept by Daniel's father. D~aniel and his
brother Ezekiel, who were little boys
with dirty faces and snarly hair. came
to the table and axsked me for bread
and butter. I complied with their re
quest, little thinking that they would
beco:::e very -'stinguished men. Dan
el dropped ha piece of bread on the
sandy dloor, and the buttered side, of
course, was down. Ie looked at it a
moment. then picked it up and showed
Ir to me. saying:
--What a pity: Please give tne a
piece of bread buttered on both sides;
then if I let it fail one of the buttered
sides will be up.'"
Rev. 1. W. William Testifies.
\a., write-s u, a- follow':."This is to
certify that I u-d Foley's Kidney Item
ev ltm x.--rvous exhaustnn and kidney
trotu i nd am free to .-.ty that F->dey's
Kioty- ltemedy wil! do all that you
'lam fo'r it." %\'. E. Brown a Co.
Comets of the Past Century.
Duringt the uineteenth century 27>
new comets were discovered as against
sity-two in the eightteenth century.
The nineteenth century ailso beheld a
comets than dild its predeciessor. The
fiast of these were the comets of 1811.
18-13. IS->S, 1881 and ISN'. In the year
1800) only one periodical comet was
known. Ilaliey's. Now many are
knwn,~t of 'thich at least seventeen
have been seen at more than one re
turn to perihelion.
Simpule Remedy for LaGrippe.
iLt~rippe cougtis are danngerous. as
Ithey frequently develop into pneumo~n
a.? oley' Honey and Tar not only
Stops the cough. but iheals and strength
e. th lt-un:, so that no serious result.
need be feaired. The :enuine F-oley'r
zloev and~ Tar contains no harmful
diugs' and is in a ye!!oxv package. W. F-.
Evolution of the Apple.
.ppies arc new in the economy of
the world's use and taste- .At the be
ginnng of the last century few varie
tis were known, and we can go back
in history to a time when all apples
we re little, sour and puckery-crab ap
pie and nothing else. The crab apple
was and is in its wildness nothing but
a roebsh .Away back int timne the
wid rose. with its pretty bli ssor s
tht turn to little red balls, aplie dan
vored, and the thorny crab had the
Making Life Safer.
Newt l.iie la ls in Consthiattioni. ii;hioutr
i-srd:. 'The're' ea'.. butt sure. a:.d
Taking No Risks.
Dentist-You should have t.Den gas.
as I suggested, sir. You would have
felt no patin. \'ictim-Me take gat'
Me. with ?:t0 in my pocket: No fer.
Get it over. -London 'Tit- Bits.
"That's a well bred child."
"You bet she is. Never corrects;
her parents publicly, no matter wyhat
the exigtencies of the case may be."
'-Her husband is very zood to her."
"Is a2t so?"
"Yes: he does everything to please
her. eveu to talking back when she's
looking for -n argu ment."-Detroit
Free P--ess. .
They Pass It.
"I suppose the deacons In yo,:
church pass the plate?"
"Yes: they even go so far as to cut
it absolutely dead. I-ve nevei- yet seen
any of them put in a cent:-Puck.
Should Die For Her.
Her-You don't love me: Him-1 d.
I're just had my life insured. h1avent
I? Her-Yes. but it would be just like
you not to die.-Cleveland Lender.
What is called libe4rality is maost
often only the vanity of ;ivin::. which
we like better than the thing we :ive.
A New Back for an Old
One. How it Can be
Done in Manning.
The back ab.- ;t ime, with a dU81,
indecribable f.einzg. mnak in.. you we:,ry
an. rest.h: phring aina ,btv ar
tice region f4 The kId :. 1 .i :ui h'
loin- are ' lanwe to sto si; agony. No
ue to rub or atply a p!as!er to :h
it) this cond11 . ito:. You cannot re::e th
c.;use. C'anane heha back for a
ne w and -Lr(n::er one. Manning rifl -
dent would do wevci to prolit by :he f-i
.\r.I Js.e:Tord]4. 14 Ow.r-n Streer
Sumter, s. '.. .vy: " am ple:osd :o
.ay that loa:' Kidneyv i Pdlhv. prov
e n (! great ben!*it to me. I wa a;
tim of kiduey complatt. for o-v-r two
vears. Mv kidnevs were very wc:k :d
I l'a : trouble- in 'ro!in.: the
sere: tns. .1v back ac!h.-d a!! the tim
and! fr.-ntly I .a - Lam.: that I
cold. -carce-lv dret myself. I reado
about. Dan' Kidi 'y Pi!s ar(d fin:L1V
procur -d a box. Ater usin-, them. the
b ckaclie .end nains vanished. my kid
ney acted normally :d I felt a -reat
de al better in every Way. I atn pleased
to :ive Dcan's Kidrey Pills the credit
for the urnat cnange."
For sale b- all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo. New York,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the iame-Doan's-and
take no other.
writes Lola P. Roberts, of
Vienna, Mo., "I used to be
sick most of the time and
suffered with backache and
headache. My Motherwho
had been greatly helped by
the use of Cardui, got me
two bottles, and I have
been well ever since."
The Woman's Tonic
Cardui is a gentle tonic
for young and old women.
It relieves and prevents
pain. It builds strength. It
feeds the nerves. It helps
the whole system.
Made from harmless
roots and herbs, it has no
bad after-effects, dots not
interfere with the use of
any other medicine and can
do you nothing but good.
Try Cardui. It will help
you. Your dealer sells it
We Do Not Want
B'it we do0 wVAn to sell you: a portti:
Thre quality of our ;goods is alway
un to the stanidard and we give sat
isfact ion to every customer.
Prices Are Right.
\\'henI you buy from us you canI
rst assured that you ;:et ;:ood% aI
cheap a y ou can huv te any
where when quality i onsidered.l
This is a feature in the ;:rocery
businiess wh ieb is very imp ortant?.
and' this is what you ;get whenm you
buv fromt us.
Let us fill your ntext order.
P. B. Mouzon.
\X(oodhmemt of :he- \'.md.
J, 'HN I;. '.\l'I .i S-yuth 'ea ?
W.\-t', I lN T N.I
1) l. .l . .- (CULE.
D'rsirov r ik f.\a nt .
..\NNING. S. C.
IL. .l. i'IANK G;EI(GEl.
M\ANNING, S. C.
Cwres Coids; Provents Pneumonia
Dr. King's New Life Pills
The hbet in the world.
Will cure any case
beyond the reach of r
The books for the collection of
taxes will open on October 1th ins*.
and remain open itil Marc-h 15th.
191I. Levies as follows:
State tax S) smills: Contatv tax :4
m ilIs; Cont it utional School tax :
mills: Court House Bond tax 1 will:
County Bond tax ; mill: for back In
debteds iC; muill.
Special tax. School District No. 1. .
St;weial tax. School District No. 2.
Spmcial tax. School District No. :t.
Special tax. School District No. 5.
Special tax. School District No. 7.
Special tax. Schoo! Di-trict No. 9.
Spee!al tax. School District No. 19.
Special tax. School )istrict No. 11.
Slecil tax. Schoo! District No. 14.
Special tax. School District No. 15.
Special tax. School District No. 16,
4 in Ils.
S'pecial tax, School District No. 17,
Special tax. School District No. 18.
Spciwil tax. School District No. 19,
Spe-ial tax, School District No. 20,
Special tax, Schxool Ditrict No. 21,
Special tax. School District No. 22.
Special tax, School District No. 2.,
Special tax. School Dietrict No. 25,
Special tax. School District No. 26.
Special tax, School District No. 27,
3 : ills.
Special t-tx. School District No. 28,
Special tax, School District No. 33,
Commutation Road tax $3.00.
L L WELLS.
Office of County Auditor Claren
Manning. S. C., January 1. 1910.
The Auditor's office will be open
from the 1st., day of January 1910. to
the 20th day of February 1910, to re
ceive returns of real estate and per
sonal property in Clarendon county
for the year 1910.
Tax payers return what they o'wn
on the 1st., day of January 1910. The
following paragraph in quotations
are my instructions d'rect from Comp
troller General. "In the re assessment
of property, commencing Janunry 1.
1910, County Auditors must require
of all tax payers an itemized return
of all property subject to taxation
"at its true value in money." which
is construed to mean "the sum for
which said property under ordinary
circumstances would sell for cash."
All returns must be swor= to, and
no return will be considered either
by County Auditor or Board of As
sessors, unless sworn to.
La::d owners will do the right thing
to refer to their deeds and write down
the numbner of acres and buildings so
that there may not he any guess work
wh--n makin:: returns. Thle Auditor
will be a&t the following places to re
ceiVe ret urns.
Cro-' Roads-Thursday. January
.Jord.in-Friday, January, 25th.
N.-w Zion-Monuday, Janunary :31st.
Tu, rhe il l e-T endtay, February 1st.
Sandy Grove. (Mlcradden's) Wed.
ne.-,day, Febreuary end.
Mid way (Mel a Tosh's Store)-Thurs
day, February :;rdt.
Hlarmonay, (.A. R. Chiandler'M Fri
day, February 4th.
Aucolui- Monday, February 7th.
A~ penaj~lty of 50 per cent , for mnon
return will be added afte-r February
A NDREW P. BURGESS,
The if fire come-s you will be saved
rany am worry and
MANY A DOLLAR.
In tie~ age of! the world when the pro
ectio'n of a good Fire 1nsuranimce Policy
c'st- -o little. andi the risk of fire i-s so
ea.iisimply poor hu.,iness to go
le F. N. RiIoa IAme OilC8 .
E. C. HORTON, Manager.
TIe Baiik of Mamiud
Manning. S. C.
apitai Stock.. ............ 4.0
Surp>.zu ........ ...............40.000)
START YrOUR BOY
n te ri::ht way. Good huabits~ icat ledl
I: the youth wiil bear rood fruit
n after years. Whether it be. the smuali
1(ounit of the boy or a busiuess account
> the manu that is etrusted to us we
pd or B ?:dderCucs Daciasa -e
. ot risk having
of Kidney orBcck Dsaz ? ht i~S
nedicine. No medicine can do more. or Diabetes
W. E. BROWN & Co.
WHEN LIFE ENDS
Your Mncoz.e Ceases.
THE WIFE ANT) CHILDREN WILL THEN NEED HELP MUCH MOR
THAN THEY DO NOW.
31 ME L ~ L " T X: JVE Ec M
A POLICY IN THE OLD RELIABLE
Hartford Life Insurance Company
Will afford them Maximum Protection at a Minimum Cost.
All Modern Policy Forms. Combining the Best Features with the Mo
Liberal Premiuun Rates.
MARTON RICH. Gen. Agt.,
Columbia, S. C.
S. E. INGRAM. Local Agent. J. M. WINDRAM.'Local Agent,
Mann;ng. S. C. Manning, S. C.
BANK OF CLARENDON. Manning. S C.
We solicit your banking business. It is to your interest to
patronize this safe and strong bank. Four years of con
tinued 2rowth and operation without the loss of as much
as a dollar. speaks for itself, does it not?
We want to be your bankers, if you are not already a
-ustomer, come and see us about it and tell us why. If i
-z you are. come and see us anyhow. It is never too late to
do a good thing for yourself.
Interest Paid on Savings Deposits.
BANK OF CLARENDON. Manning. S. C.
We Have Moved Into Ou
which is one of the largest. most convenient and up-to-date buil.
ings in the State. We have spared neitber pains nor money
making our stables a comfortable and safe place for the accoE
modation of our friends and patrons.
New Horses and Mules
There never has been in this market a cleaner lot of Hors.
and Mules than can now be found at our stables. Every Horse
Mule we sell goes with our guarantee. Farm Mules, Draft MulE
Carriage Horses, Buggy Horses. Saddle and Driving Horse
Also Dr. White's famous Horse Remedies.
New Buggies and Wagons.
If you want a good, strong, handsome Buggy. Surrey -
Wagon, we can supply you at prices to meet competition.. Con
to see us for Harness, Saddlles, Robes and Whips, and anythir
pertaining to this line. We want your personal inspection of oi
stables, and we feel assured that we can suit you to a Horse, Mu
or Buggy. Surrey or Wagon.
COFFEY & RIOBY
APPAREL SHOPLosmom :
FOR MEN **r ages. &
A ND LADIES ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Manning, S. (
Every thing of the best fcr VERY IMPORTANT?
the personal wear and adorn
ment of both sexes. -
We till mail orders carefullyJ\
COMPANY, . ~
Charleston. S. C. A pubng isirant,e<
S-- essential to the maintenance of healt
EYOLFbut perhaps kiteben sanitation is mo:
importan: of all, for foul ordors ma
KIDNEtCUR Z ae a look at allthpiei
WILL CUR E YOU your kitchen forthwith.
of any case of Kidney or R. rl. r1ASTERS.
Bladder disease that is not 79IngtetCaeto S
beyond the reach of medi- BE L
ctne. Take it at once. Doi .S E L
not risk having Bright's Dis
- GENERAL MACHINIST
ease or Diabetes. There is i
nothing gandby delay. Isanitary Plumbing, Steam Fitting
and Atatomobile Repairing
50c. and $1.00 Bottles.
RtEFUSE SUBSTITUTES. A*pci~y
W. E. BROWN & CO. e' gent fr ?4xwen Autonobiles.
You will find me at my shop every
H. LEESNE.day, anad to serve you will be a plean
ure -AII my work gtuaranteed.
ATTORNEY AT [Aw.~ Uh di t~.ffl j'~t~ctr~u
MANNING. S. C- ARANT'S DRUG STORE
W H E N YOU COME - The Licensed Druggist.
T1O TOWN CA LL AT Sells Everything in
IAIELL, DRUGS and MEDICINES
StIAVING SATLOO)N W..DAS. .A.EIBR.
ve in the. e.mfort of hiisATRESA A
IN A LL STYLES. t -- ~ __
SH AVING AND
S H AM P'OOINGPLD &OBY ,
aon with neatnea andtoresad oneor tLw
.1 i1patch... . - M N IG .C
i .-.,r.ii.&l .n CHARLatiDoA>
3. L WEI~. ATTORNEYS AT LA W,
fannng TmesBloc. I MA NNING. S. C.