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There is more
'1o a Fertlier
The mere mixing of
materials to obtain analy
sis requires no special
knowledge. The value
of a fertilizer lies in the
source from which the
plant food is obtained.
Each ingredient in
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
SoM by relibe dealers throughout
F. S. Royster Guano Co.
In The Year I
just closed, 1909, we have much to be thankful for. in Z
COmmOD with all our citizens. good trade conditions and
#erdi prosperity. Our trade has about doubled itself
and hope this year to see the march of progress con
tinued for ourselves as well as our friends and patrons
everywhere. Friends, we as for a continuance of your
Ssupport and patronage, promising on our part honest,
fair and sqdare dealings with all. Our aim is to offer
you the best goods at lowest prices. Our stock of
~wil be more complete than ever before. New goods are
cosatly arriving. A full Line of Stoves, Ranges and
_Heaters. Farmers will find a complete assortment of
SFarming Implements and Tools to select from. Our
S"AUl-In-One" Plow, entirely new, will till a long felt E
want. - Another carload of the famous Pittsburg FenceZ
Sfor both garden and field fencing has just arrived. Agent E
SforimR "Keen Kutter" goods-none, better. Headquarters
Sfor Guns and'Sporting Goods. We ask tbe ladies to in
Espect our line of Enameiware, Raed's Enamelware made
Sespecially for us-every piece guaranteed.
A fnll line of Crockery, Glassware, Lamps. Burners
Sarid Chimneys, Paints, Ols. Varnishes, and all building
Ssupplies. Yours for business,
in the Levi "Busy" Block.
BUO6IES. WA6ONS, HARNESS.
Lime. Cement.Acme Wall Plaster. Shingles.
Laths. Fire Brick. Clay. Stove Flue
Drain Pipe. &c.
HAY AND 6RAIN.
Oats, Wheat, Rye, and Barley. A carload or a single
article. Come and see us, if unable to do. write or
'phone No. 10.
BOOTH-HARBY LIVE STOCK CO.
SUMTER. S. C.
A CAR LOAD OF THE NICEST
Hlorses and Mules
Sshipped to Manninir, to arrive Thursday morning. December
~Come and see them. If you need a Horse or Mule look
over before you buy. An article well bought is half sold.
Stock is bought right. Come and get yours before they are
ed over. I carry a large stock of Tyson & Jone s. Hackney
d Wren Baggies. A car load of Piedmont Wagons just arrived.
e best on the market for the money. (Call and set my pr-ices
fore you buy.
F. C. THOMAS, MANNIN6. S. C.
g odiaxtive, to keep the bowels opnand pevnt the pioso niet
ad plnarmtic tase Velo at tebe, ils
and bowels, and Isof the greatest possible effcacy in constipation, ndgestion.
sic e ce feverishness, colic,fituence, etc. Try VF.i
ELVO LIVER SYRUP
A Bernard Shaw Critiacem.
Before fame crane to him Bernard
Shaw wrote dramatie criticisms for
the London Saturday Review. The
following sample is characteristic of
"1 am in a somewhat foolish posi
tion concerning a play at the Opera
Comicue. whither I was bidden this
day week. For some reason I was not
supplied with a program, so that I
never learned the name of the play.
At the end of the second act the play
had advanced about as far as an or
dinary dramatist would have brought
it tive minutes after the first rising
of the c':rtala or, say, as far as Ibsen
would have brought it ten years be
fore that event. Taking advantage of
the second interval to stroll :1ut into
the Strand for a little exercise. I un
fortunately forgot aIl about my busi
ness and actually reached home before
it occurred to me that I had not ;een
the end of the play. Under these cir
cumstances it would ill become me to
dogmatize on the merits of the work or
its performance. I can only offer the
management my apologies." - Every
Saved From Awful Peril.
'l never felt so near my grave.
write L-wis Chamblin. of .\!ancheter,
(bhio. It. 1:. No. 3. "-as when a frichtful
cough and lun:: trouble pultld me down
to 115 pounds in spite of many reinedies
and the best doctors. And that I am
alive today is due solely to Dr. King'.
New Discoverv. which comnpletesy cured
me. Now I weigh 1I60 pounds and can
work hard. It also cured my four chil
ddren of croup.' Infallible for Coughs
and Colds. it's '.he most certam remedy
for LaC~rippe. A-thma, desperate lung
tr-.ube ano all bronchial affectionsz. 50e
and $1.00. A trial botle f-ree. Guaran
teed by all ru;:'ist.
An Obliging Father.
A man wl: . :W rich lad a son of
whom he disaijroved. and when the
son was .a;rre.l ::inst the father's
wishes the father made him an allow
ance .f $*20 a wee'" and said that was
aNl he could have.
Awhile later h-,- was discussing the
atter with a fiend of his pioneer
days. ''Do you think SU a week is
enough for the boy'- he asked.
"Well." replied the friend judicially.
"I don't know abeout that."
"It's a darn sight more than we had
when we started iu." arg;:ed the fa
"Perhaps it is," said the friend. "but
you must remember that times have
chaged. We used to dig clams for
"By George.- said the father. "I
guess I have been too severe with
him! I'll be kinder in the future. I'll
buy him a spade and show him where
the clams are."-Exchange.
His Conciliatory Way.
Mr. and Mrs. l'ickaway. although
really fond of each other. bad frequent
quarrels owing no doubt to infirmities
of temper on the part of both. Mr.
Pickaway was telling his troubles to
his elderly maiden aunt.
"I try to be as good a husband to
Bertha as I know how to be." he said.
'>ut we don't seem to get along. It
takes so little to irritate her, and when
she starts to scolding she never knows
when to stop. She takes offense, too.
at such little things."
"Then don't say those little things.
Joshua," said his aunt. "When she
is cross you must try to be concilia
"I am conciliatory, Aunt Betty." he
answered. -1 often say to her. 'Ber
tha. I know the utter uselessness of
tryIng to reason with you, but will
you listen to rme just a minute?' and
she gets mad even at that."-Youth's
LaGrippe pains that pervade the en
.ire systom,. LaGrippe coughs that r-ae;
and strain, are quickly cured by Fole"'
oney and Tar. Is mildly iaxativ.'
safe at d certain in results. W. E. Brow:
They Like Fat Girls In Tunis.
A Tunisian girl has no chance of
marriage unless she tips the scale at
20 pounds. and to that end she com
mences to fatten when she is tifteen
years old. She takes aperients and
eats a great deal of sweet stir and
leads a sedentary life to hasten the
process. Up to fifteen she is very
handsome. but at twenty what an im
mense, unwieldy mas of fat she be
comes! She waddles, or, rather, undu
lates, along the street. 11er costume Is
very picturesque, especially if she be
of the richer class. She is clothed
in fine silks of resplendent hues of a
Ibright red, yellow or green and wears a
sort of conical shaped headdress, from
which depends a loose white drapery
Turkish trousers and daInty slippers.
Ithe heels of which barely reach the
middle of the feet, complete the cos
Presidernt flelps Orphans.
Hundreds of orphans have been hein
ed by the President of the lndus:rial
nd Orphan's Home at .\acon, Ga . who
writes: "We have used Electric Bit
ters in this Institution for nine y'ears. It
has ,pored a most excellent medicine
for Stomach. Liver and K idcpy iroubles.
We regard it as one of the best family
medicines on earth.'' It invigorates al!
vital organs, purities the blxx!. aids di
gestion and creates appetite. To
strengthen and build up pale. thin. weak
children or rundown people it ha-' no
equal. Best for female complain s. On
ly 0c. at all druggists.
For Tnfants and Children.
The Kind You Hiave Always Bought
Signature of ,
IDiseases of Fear.
IIf on are alileted with an unreason
able fear of anything do not waste
time being ashamed o'f yourself: hurry'
Iat once to a doctor. :advises . writer
in succe-s Maga:zine. .1 wr::e'r in the
D 'ietetic and llygienic Gamzette ha~s
compied a lIst of fea:r diseamses fr'om
whch it appears that eve~ryllhing. fronm
s 'reaing at Zmic to beinlg afraidl to
o home in the dark. is a welIl rec.'g
nized muental ailmtent. The tramp is
n reality a sufferer from eru.ophobliai.
or far of work. 'eften complicated
w ith aq1uaphobia: :and sapoph'obia,
whIch mak.- him: shun the br.thtub.
ideroph'Iobia and: a stropl hobia cause
timid ladies to go into the closet when
it thunders and lightens. Any number
f people have cat and dog phobias.
Phantophobia a what y-ou would have
'If you were afraId of your shadow.
while an all around unqualified cow'
and might be eaih-d a phantophobiae.
he list Is long and includes every
human wetakness' except the actresa'
The Dog keaution In Nazaretm.
Among many Ircidents of his wan
derings through Palestine, recounted
by Harry Franck in the Century. is
"An American who was in Nazareth
long ago," said a native. *'told me a
strange story. I did not believe hir.
for it cannot be true. Ile said that
in America people buy dogs." And the
mc -e suggestion us' so lud.icrous a
transaction sent the assembled group
into paroxysms of laughter.
"They do," I replied.
The pompous ex-mayor fell into such
convulsions of merriment that his ro
tund face grew the color of burnished
"Buy dvgsy" roared his sons in a
chorus of several languages. "But
Never having settled that question
entirely to mny own satisfaction. I par
ried it with another. "Ilow do you get
a dog iyou want one?"
--.w.iw.why." answe:ed the eklest
son. wiping the tears from his eyes.
.-if any nne wants a dog he tells some
one else, and they give him one. But
whoever wants a dog?"
The Widow Was Comforted.
-'There is no accounting for the con
struction which some people will put
upon certain passages of Scripture." re
marked a clergyman. "1 remember
the story of one clergyman who went
to call on a woman whose husband
had recently died. ie had expected.
quite naturally. to find her beartbro
ken with the burden of her sorrow
and was greatly surprised when she
greeted him with a very happy smile
and ushered him into the parlor.
-Well-er-sister.' he said at length.
'you have my warmest sympathy.'
-'Thank you, doctor,' replied the
widow casually. 'I did feel very
bad. very bad indeed. But I came
across a verse of Scripture which com
forted me very much indeed.'
'And what was the verse, sister?
inquired the clergyman
-- '1 don't remember just where to
find it.' replied the widow. 'but it was
made up of only four words-four
helpful wor.a-"Why need I care?.
Won't Need a Crutch.
Wben Editor J. P. Sossman. of Cor
nelius, N. C.. bruised his leg badly, it
tarted an ugly sore. Many salves and
ointments proved worthless Then Buck
len's Arnica Salve healed it thoroughly.
Nothin-f is so prompt and sare for Ul
cers, Boils. Burns, Bruises, Cuts, Corns,
Sores, Pimples, Eczema or Piies. 25c.,
at all druggists.
SAVED BY A PANTHER.
The Fierco Brute Proved a Good Tem
Governor Jennings of Indiana used
to tell a story of his early electioneer
Ing days in which be said that a
panther may be a good temperance
le- - r. Colonel W. .\. Cockrum re
pe. ne story in his -Iioneer History
of Indiana." The incident happened
when Governor Jennings was traveling
over the thinly settled hills of Dear
born county. electioneering for con
He met a man with bom be wvas
well acquainted, by name Totn Ogles
by. who was just getting over a pro
tracted debauch. Jennings began ask
ing Tom about his political views.
The half sober fellow looked at him
"Jen. don't you think a tuan just out
of a panther fight ought to be elec
tioneered in a different wnanner from
this? I am just from the grave. I
was awakened a little while ago by a
panther putting leaves and grass over
me. It kept this up until I was entire
ly covered. I Jay still for awhile and
then raised up and found the panther
gone. I knew I was in danger, so 1
took my gun and climbed into a tree
to see what the panther intended to do.
"In a short time I heard her coming.
and she bad her kittens with her. Ev
ery few steps she would jump as if
catching something. and the little ones
would go through the same tnanen
vers. She kept this up until she got
near to the bed of leaves she had cov
ered over me and then made a spring
on the pile. She looked just as I felt
when I found that I was covered up
for dead. She then started i to In
vestigate the cause of my disappear
ance, and before she located mue I shot
Jennings, after bearing this, said:
"Well. Tom. I believe i should treat
you as one from the dead anid t hat you
should begin your life from this point.
We were schoolboys together. I know
you are a capable civi! engineer and
well educated. and if you cease drink
ing I will see that you have a goed lx>
sition on the surveying cor-ps."
Tom Oglesby did quit drinking. Jen
nings was elected and kept his prom
ise to his old friend, who became one
of the well known engineers of the
When You Need
Folev's. Or-no Laxative. When y-on have
that dull. heavy. feverish feeiing. ac
companied by constipation. When you
have headache. ind igestion. biiiousness,
pain in stomach and bowels, then you
need Foley's Orino Laxative. It moves
the bowel's freely and gentiy, and thor
oughly clears the intestinal tract it
Idoes not aripe or nauseate and cure's
constipation. W. E. Brown &-Co.
The Shrewd Banker.
Thirteen years ago a banker lent r.
farmer $1.000 with wvhich to buy stock.
IThe farmer, of course. gai e his note.
IThe borrower lost on the stock deal
and had hard luck' generally, so he
couldn't pay the note. Later he went
away, and after many years he made
good again and returned. The banker
tried to collect his note, but it was
outlawed by a lapse of thirteen years.
One day the banker stopped at the
mans farmi and admired his fine pump-I
klns. The farmer made him a pres
ent of two large ones.
'i just credit these pumpkins on
your old note," the banker said.
"All right." the farmer said.I
That revIved the obligation. The
Ibanker brought suit and recovered in
full for the note and interest.-K~ansas
Al indications point to the fact that
less than ten miles below our feet a
ed heat is maintained permanently
and within twenty a white heat. Ten
miles above us we have the pitiless
old, far below zero, of Interplanetary
space. To what a -.'row zone of
delicately balanced temperature Is life
Long Drawn Out.
Judge-What is your name? Pris
oner-J. J. J. J. John Jones. Judge
Why do you have so many J's In your
name? Prisoner-The preacher who
christened me stuttered, sir.-London
An aching back is instantly
relieved by an application of
This liniment takes the place
of massage and is better than
sticky plasters. It penetrates
the skin and muscular tissue
right to the bone, quickens the
blood, relieves congestion, and
gives permanent as well as
Here's the Proof.
AXr..JAxr4 C. LUr. -f 1100 9th st.,
&E.Washington. >.'.., urites: "Thirty
years ago I 'all froms a scaffoid and %en
ouslyinjured my back. I suffered terri
blvattimes; from thesmalle.f myback
all around my stornach was just ai if I
had been beaten with a club. I used
every plaster I could got with no rehef.
Sloan's Liniment took the paln right
out, and I can now do a4 much ladder
work as any man in the shop, thanke to
Mr. J. P. EVANS, of Mt. Airy. Ga.,
says: "After being afleted for three
Mear with rheumatism. I used Sloan's
Linmnt, and was cared sound and
welL and am glad to say I haven't becu
troubled with rheumataism since. M.y
leg was badly zwollen frot my hip to
my knee. One-half a bottle took the
pain and swelling out."
Sloan's Liniment .
has no equal as a
remedy for Rheu
or any pain or
stiffness in the
muscles or joints.
*eas book o J
Mbd Pmty &out
Dr. Ead S. Soan,
sosftn, Mm., U.S.A. ~
Their Invention Made the Modern
It s certain that the earliest and the
most indispensable of the factors which
have enabled the construction of the
mighty skyscrapers of today was the
passenger elevator and that this was
brought Into use during the sixties of
the last :entury, its first appearance
in New York being in the Fifth Ave
nue hotel. It was at about the same
time introduced into the Astor House.
then already a generation old. So ob
ious was the utility of this device
that the wonder again is that it had
not been brought into practice long be
fore. Hoists are, of course. as old as
the Dutch warehouses, of' which the
icturesqueness is enhanced by the
rojecting cranes that worked the
oists, doubtless as old ats Archimeses.
But hotels, even when the Fifth Ave
ue was built, were conditioned in al
ttute, as were all other buildings no?
clsively monumental, by the pow
rs of' ascension of the unassisted hut
an leg. Five stories was the unaz
lnum for commercial buildingS. except
tat an attical sixth might be added
r the discommodation of the janitor'.
whose name was Hobson aind who had
ogo where he was sent. which. nat
raily. was where no -payling guest"
could be induced to go. He and his
any have taken their outlook on life
rom slits or bullseyes just under the
roof. In the cases of hoteis the sixth
sory was assigned to servants and
torerooms. Tenants or Inmnates could
ot be Induced to climb more than
or flights of stairs and grumbled
grievously in the case of inmates of
hotels and secused the hotel clerk of
peridy when they had to climb so
nny. A device which would miake
all the floors. even of a five story hotel.
equally accessible, and so equally de
sxable, twas a device very sure of im
mediate adoption, so sure that the only
wonder was that the supply of it
should have so lagged behir.G the de
mand. The beginnings of the eleva
tors were, It Is quite true, the begin
nings also of what in their earlier
stages were known as the -elevator
Dog Driving Over the iee and Snow of
Winter driving with a team of a
dozen dogs Is declared by Dr. Grenfell
f Labrador to be the most fascinatIng
sport ever enjoyed by man. Hisa de
scription of it as quoted by James
Tonstone in his book. "Grenfeil of
Labrador." Is as follows:
Although there is no harder work
when driving over a roug. country.
yet the bracing cold, the exhilarating
brightness of the reflected light from
the snow, the difficulty of getting bad
lyhurt, however sharply one shootr r:.
mountain side or even tumbles over a
cfr. the absence of damp or moisture.
e fct that one can travel anywbere
Insoft, light moccasins and in such
othing as is most conducive to agil
iy, without any reference to conven
tonality. nil help to vanquish any re
alization ofdjabor on a long trip.
There is infinite scope for skill In
hoosing, tending and1 training your
dogs also for both pluck and physical
stength In driving, and all the craft of
the woodsman is called for in crossing
miles of virgin country. where at any
tme any wrong turn will surely mean
anight in the open and perhaps a
eperature of 401 degrees of frost.
Dog driving also teaches one what
boxing is said to teach. self control,
for of all the trials of temper one can
be called on to endure the worst is,
given a glorious day for traveling and
when one is in a hurry, to have one's
dogs run wild listening to nothing.
ot watching anything, but tangling
with every stump and tree and biting
at everything tnat comhes i-n the way.
As one man told mec when I asked
him what kind of a team he- had: "l's
had t give 'em up. sir. though I loved
hey well enough. Good dogs be that
wld it is too hard for to be at-handlin'
of 'em and be a Christian. too, sir."
Scre Lungs and Raw Lungs.
Mo:.t people know the feeling, and the
iierible statte of ill health it indicate..
Al peole should know that Foley's
one and Tar. the greatest throat and
lun i-emedy. will quickly cure the sore
nessand cous~h. and restore a normal
condition. Ask for Foley's Honey and
T. W. . Brown & Co.
Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, La Grippe, Asthma, Throat The Genuine is in'
and Lung Troubles. Prevents Pneumonia and Consumption YE1 LOW PACK,
W. E. BROWN & CO.
TaxNotice- WHEN LIFE END
The books for the collection of
taxes will open on October 15th inst.
and remain open until March 15th,
1io. Levies as follows: ITHE WIFE AND CHILDREN WILL THEN NEED HELP MUCH M
State tax ii wills: Coutyrv tax :.',E
mill; Constitutional School tax -> THAN THEY DO NOW.
mil: Court House Bond tax 1 mill;
County Bond tax j mill: for back in
debteduess i mill.
Special tax. School District No. 1. 5 A POLICY IN THE OLD RELIABLE
Special tax. School District No. 2. Hartford Life Insurance Company
Special tax School District No.. Will afford them Maximum Protection at a Minimum Cot.
Spca4 a.*Sho itit-o All Modern Policy Forme. Combining the Best Features with thel
mpis. ,SholDir-c No. 5. Liberal Pretuium Rates.
Special tax, School District N.5
Special tax. School District No. 7.
Special tax. School District No. !. Columbia. S.
S! inills. S. E. INGRAM, Local Agent, J. M. WINDHAM. Local Agent,
Slwcll tax. School District No. 11anig)SCMan.g .
Special tax. School District No. 10,
Spial tax. School District No. . BNK LOF AM.Mn . L A
Special tax, School District No. 15.
2 mills. We solicit your banking business. It is to your interest to
Special tax. School District No. 14 paronize Lhis safe and stron bak. Four years of con
4 mills. tinued growth and operation without the loss of as much
Special tax, School District No. 15'.. as a dollar, speaks for itself, does it not?
2 We want to be Your bankers, if you are not alremiv a
Special tax. School District No. 16 ,ustomer, come and see us about it and tell us why. If
2 mills. you are, come and see us ayhow. It is never too lat to
Special tax, School District No. 19, doa good thing for yourself.
4 mills. 20 Interest Pai on Savings Deposits.
4 ills. ta.Sho ititN.~BANK OF CLARENDON. Manning. S. C.
Special tax, School District No. 21,
Special tax. School District No. 19,
Special tax, School District No. 20
Special tax, School District No. 26,
Special tax. School DistrictB KC..
3 mills. which is one of the yargest. MOST convnient and up-to-date build
Special tax, School District No. 33,,K
2 mills. ings il the State. We have spared neither pains nor money it
Commutation Road tax $3.00.
L. L WELLS, making our stables a comfortable and safe place for the accom
County Treasurer. modation of our friends and patrons.
cutmrNew 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 s1l goes with our guarantee. Farm -Mule, Draft Mules
Carriage Horses, Buggy Horses. Saddle and Driving Horses.
7F Also Dr. W hite's famour Horse Remedies.
nteeNew Buggies and Wagons.
ShO If you want a good, strong handsome Bugy, Surrey Or
Then if fire comes you will be saed
many a worry and IWaon. we can supply you at prices to Meet competition. Come
Ithage ofh orlD whentheo-W a e M o e n o O
peci ofa, oo ireIsure Picy o petiigt27, ie ewn yu esnlinpcini u
co asolitle, andcheo ristr Nof e is nstl n d e ae. e a ve pred a wecnit yop ain orse Mo e i
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uountyuTreasurr Buggy.o ofSure rd Wagn.aros
ThMErle O wEN oswt u urne.Fr ueDatMls
yourg oreBug He. Sadle Mnd nriing, Sorses
G roceries* Also rWhinfte's famost or Remedies.AN
ThOquait ofougS.ly the perona wa an dosrnghadoeBgySreyr
The to fie cstadr and wel bme sated
imacny to eery cu mer Want of both spply yo ja prcstJ etcoptto.Cm
i cs Aro te ri henth anpro-tl.
hen o ba From unsura Plcnetiigt hsln.W at orproa npcino
rostssliteanth rikofiei sosals an wefe assured that wecnsi ou toet HoodsMas
wret whe quasitmpy osideres DAo i.o
PromptuDed. Very OUTFITTINe ogon
This m.~a featur inrthe rocery,
bu~ine whic is ir- imprtantgCJS. [N.
andceriis. iverythatg of get best for .R. MORAT
tus fil yoeotadrd netodwer Cgiveo. satAl-lmbn i or~,ee
isfactionstotiaery chetomer.tmentcof bothasen
hRPmportaitlf alil fodersl orrefulma
f 8 f6 Maijt ii. anFpOmpLy S
chapm as u cabu them 00!any-the othih
TtPromteio t Deoivry- O TheITTINGIKn tet CalsoS
Gbosinesse which. is veryywimportENantL ACHINIST
and this iOwhEY you TARwhen yo
I't s il yurnet rdr.ockag Refuesust. .e . a All tomubile Rpaimprtangee
Thee ared only b
Manning. S. C.og.. ;gntA peiat.
Stch/es WLiabilityO....... .ll utom.0les
TotalESProtectiond toosreeoyoutoil.be a p.eas
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START YOURd for everyIo. s. C.eyw r ANe.RU TR
'li r~ .twax God abis jstlleThTe Lcgnedurugis
in ~It ~utl wll ea ~.i frut O' TOWNE ALL T is iEnrthngi
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