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D. HIRSCH MANN.
Ford. Ford. Ford.
H1014 VPIC0 QUJAIrTY
nen asc cuxa
@ ~ ~ iN A .W PRCED CAR
Light as the Ford Car is, 120.) lbs., it is no ilghter in propor
tion than a passenger engine of the accepted highest type. The
5000 H. P. Pacitic type locomotive ,sed on the Pennsylvaniz
Lines West weighs 53.- lbs. per horse power. The Model "'1
weighs 53.3 lbs. per horse power. Each is designed by an enc 2
neering expert for passenger service. On the other hand, tlt
average freight engine, as well as a large proportion of autom.
biles,, weighs from S5 to 110 lbs. per horse power. Note the dit
We are also agents for the mighty Reo. Car load Automobil.
expected this week. Ask for a-demonstration.
DAYIS & RICIBOURG,
Summerton, 5. C.
Agents Clarendon County.
T HE $750.00
The Sensation of the Season.
Look a& the lines and specitications of this Car:
Four cylinder, shaft drive. 20) b. p., selective type sliding rear with mnul
ziple disc clutch, Bosch high tension magrneto, no batteries, easzest riding
simolest and most economical car made. Color dark blue, with cream running
gear, or dark red-color optional with customer.
in thbe following counties: Geor..etown, Williamsburgr and Clarendoni.
if you are interested in a Car for yourself or agency for your county
diie, 'pbone or wire.
The Snnmter Automiobile Supply Compnny.
Cor OklndAv. nd SUMTER. S. C.
Co. akad ve adWashington St. 'Phone 23-. P. O) Box Z~
.Having 20 Greenhouses and over 5 acres of land en
tirely devoted to Cut Flowers, Plants and Shrubs. and
emlyn the most experienced tioral artists. we are
Sequipped better than any florist in the State to furmishn
Syou with All kinds of I
I CUT FLOWERS,
BrIidal Bouquets or dlesigns for Funerals. We also sell
SPalms and Purns and Plants for the House. Garden or I
SCemetery. Our prices are the mnost reasonabie to be found.
Write. T1elephone or Telegraph~l.I
ITHE CAROLINA FLOBAL STORE,I
339 King St., CARLESTON, S. C.
M~J OB W OR KD&
TO THFL TIMES OFFICE.
Colics of Horses az4 Ules
Cle:nsoni Exitension Wo-.ft.-Artidle
One of the most cowmon and alarm
ing diseased conditions occurring in
a orses and mules is that of colic. The
term is a verv loose one. ',eing gener
ally used to'denote ar.y abdominal
pain whatever, and it may readily be
inferred that it therefore occurs in a
t reat variety of diseases. It is how
ever only necessary here to consider
it under two heads, viz, spasmodic
I colic and colic due to impaction or
obstruction of the bowels.
Spasmodic colic is probably of the
tuost frequent occurence and consists
of a violent contraction of the mus
eles of the iratestines, causing intense
pain. It is usually brought on by giv
ing large a:nounts of cold water to a
horse over-heated: by exposing such
a horse to chilling rains after a l:ard
drive: sometimes by giving a heavy
feed of green succulent feed; and in
horses that are predisposed to it. a
sudden change of diet nay be all that
is necessary to bring on an attack.
The condition is re-ognized by the
horse suddenly showing symnptoms of
intense pain following sone of the
causes above mentioned: stamnping
vio:-stly with one hind foot: looking
around 'at the flanks with an anxious
expression: sweating; lying down sud
denly and rolling innagony. and with
occasional periods of freedom frot
11ain followed by sini-ar attacks.
Colic fron impaction. as the name
indic:-tes, is a condition in which
there is a partial or complete stop
page of the bowels, and may be
brought on by overloading the stotn
ach when in a tired out condition and
particularly with dry. innutritious
feed. A faulty condition of the teeth
may also be a predisposing feature on
account of imperfect mastication of
the food. This condition is accompan
ied by constipation and the animal
shows evidences of a continuous dull
pain as compared with that of spas
tuodic colic. :novingstiffly, lying down
occasionally and groaning due to ab
se-rce of violent ruovements. It also
rians a longer course tisually than
While it is always advisable to con
suilt a qualified veterinarian when
possible, this is frequently impractic
able on account of the small number
of veterinarians in this state. and
everv horse owner ought to havesome
ititelligen itk a as to how to recognize
and treat the condition.
In spastuodic colic it is evident that
a sedative tor niarcotic treatment
.lhouald lee estored to in order to over
c..tne the violent contraction and re
;ive the maiu. One of the best rene
dies is fluid extract of Cannabis indi.
r-, or indian hemp ;iven in doses of
. draws liy the mouth. This brius
on drow-iness and as a rule by the
time the drowsiness has worn off the
colic has disappeared. Another good
remedy is chloral dydrate given in
doses of one ounce dissolved in a pint
of water; or if a hypodermic syringe
be available, two grains of sulphate
of morphine may be dissolved in a
little water that has been boiled and
allowed to cool and injected under
With impaction colic, entirely diff
erent remedies are needed, the object
being to unload the intestines of the
offetding material. For this purpose
five drams of aloes disso-red in a
quart of hot water and conjoined with
I one ounce of oil of turpentine and one
dram of fluid extract of nax vomica
nIy be given or if this is not conven
I iently at hand, one and a half pint.
'of linseed oil may be given, and if
there is evidence of much pain three
dratus of Cannabis indica may also be
geiven. Copious rectal injections of
soap suds are beneficial also. 'Phese
remedies will usually suffice, but if
uoedrasatic treatment is necessary it
should be evtrustedto a veterinarian.
Much can be done in thec way of
~dreventing and by prek-rring to the
causes mentioned the methods of pre
venition will suggest themselves.
DR. E. BARNECTT,
ISouth Carolina Experiment Station
A Few Short Weeks.
.\r. J. S. Bartell. Eawardsville, Ill.,
writes: "A few months ago my kidne;e
became congestea. I had severe back
ache and pain across the kidneys and
hips. Foiey Kidney Pil's promptly cured
my backache and corrected the action
of my kidneys. This was brought about
after my using them for only a few short
Iweeks and I can cheerfully recommend
them." W. E. Brown & Co.
* Obstructing the Law.
In a murder ,case recently be
fore the New York Court of Ap
peals, the judge was asked to
order a new trial, even though
the prisoner's guilt was well es
tablished, because "the indict
mernt did not specify the defend
ant was a human being.' Cases
similar, and often less well foun
ded, have hampered the admin
istration of justice for years, and
of late the excessive delays liti
gants are put to. and the severe
cost for retrials. have driven the
public into an an attitude of sus
picion for all the processes and
formalities of the law. Criminal
practice has been made to ap
pear a device for the prevention
of truth telling rather thad in
aid of it. Most of these ingeni
ous technicahities, with the pol
icy of frustration, grew into
vogue largely in that English
era. ,vhen criminal punishments
were so severe as to shock law
yers, public and jury into a par
tisanship for the prisoner, into
wishing him every available ad
vantage. There were at least
00~O capital offences then, and
the theft of a shilling handker
chie waspunishable by hang
in.But conditions h a v e
changed much since, with the
result thia~t the course of justice
is badly hampered. The higher
courts begin to show a tendency
to frowvn upon suc-h shallow tech
nicaiities as are constantly ob
truded in the path of justice.
The time when justice need de
ceive its own servants has passed
away. And for the best inter
ests of public sentiment and con
duct. for the good of individual
justice. judlges must stop this
tratisparenit quibbling over the
letter of the' law.-lkoston Hier
CATARRH CURED AT HOME
Tri Treatment of Dr. Blosser's Catarrh
Remedy Free to Sufferers.
. ure,. 1f ou are constaniftiV -.pittan:. bo
thbe no. ha e.toppedI up fetr: kaead us--c.
votu can cure yours.elf at home by a rneedy Mo
A Custom of the Balkans.
He or she who enters a house for the
first time is supposed in the Balkan
countries to bring It good or bad luck
for the whole twelvemonth. This be
lief gives rise to a curious observance.
The visitor before crossing the thresh
old picks up a stone (token of strength)
or a green twig (emblem of health and
fruitfulness) and lays it on the hearth.
He also brings with him some grains
of salt. which he casts into the .Sames,
and then. squatting by the fireside,
wishes his hosts "a prosperous year, a
plentiful crop and many blessings-"
Then as the grains of salt burst and
crackle in the fir- he utters the follow
ing quaint formuL. 'As I am sitting.
even so may sit the ben and warm the
eggs. As this salt splits, even so may
split the eggs of the clucking hen and
the chickens come forth."
Reptiles' eggs are not very attrac
tive objects. In the case of crocodiles
and many kinds of tortoises they are
pale colored or white and resemble
those of birds in shape. But the egg
of the gopher tortoise is remarkable
for its complete roundness. It might
well be mistaken for a golf ball. Many
snakes' eggs are soft skinned, brown
as to color and look for ali the world
like a number of new potntoes.-Scien
was of the unconquerable, never-say-dit
kind. the kind that you need most wher
you have a bad cold, cough or lung dis
ease. Suppose troches, cough svrups
cod liver oil or doctors have all failed
don't kose heart or hope. 'Take Dr
King's New Discovery. Satisfaction i
guaranteed when used for any throat o
lung trouble. it has saved thousand, o
hopeless sufferers. It masters stubbort
colds. obstinate coughs, hemorrhages
la grippe, croup, asthma. hay fever ant
whooping cough and is the most saft
and certain remedy for all bronchial af
fectious. 50e. $1.00. Trial bottle free a
Runs In the Family.
Mr. Agile (to Mr. Stoutman. running
for a car)-liello. old boy! I thoughl
you were too lazy to run like that
Mr. Stoutman (languldly)-Easily ex
plained. my dear boy. Laziness rL
in our family.-Lippincott's
"What is suspended animation?"
"It's what happens at an afternoon
tea when the very woman they haVE
been talking about enters the room."
Knicker-How large is their subur
ban place? Bocker-Large! Why, the3
hage to have folding beds for the flow
ers-New York Sun.
Bless the fools! What would we 4&
If every one were wise?-AutlM.
LANTIC OCAN HSOBRT
Evidence of the Growing Importano
of North Carolina's Popular Re
aortr Wrightsville and Carolina
son Will be Big One.
The rt.pidly approaching season wil
unquestionably be the best in the his
tory of Wrightsville and Carolini
Beaches, the delightful summer' resort:
in close proximity to Wilmington.
Practically every organization of Imt
portance will meet at Wilmington an4
Wrightsville between June 1st. an4
September 1st. among which ar
the United Commercial Traveler
of the Carolinas. the North Caro
lina Press Association. North Car
lna Good Roads Association
State Medical Society. State Den
tal Society, the Bar Associatior
the IBankers' Association. State Coun
cil. Jr. 0. U. A. M., the North Caro
lina Architects, and probably others
Nearly, if not quite all, the associa.
tions will take a side trip down tht
Cape Fear river with probably a stol
at Carolina Beach. as no trip to Wil
mington is complete without a tril
on the steamer Wilmington.
One of tl'e most important of th<
many improvement at Wrightsvill
Beach is the enlargement of Tarry
moore Hotel. Mlr. W. J. Moort
manager, the excellent hotel hav.
ing added another wing to th,
north of the old part. in whici
are ?0 well appointed rooms and
equipped with all the convenence
of a modern hostelry. The addi
tion extends out toward the oceaz
and is so arranged that every rooun
commands a view of the ocean. Th<
extension is built on concrete piers
and is connccted with the old par
of the hotel by .spacious verandas
Of equal, if not greater imnportanc.
is the extensive improvements at the
Seashore Hotel. Mr. Edgar L. Hinton
manager. A steel pier has bee:, con
structed from the rear entrance o
the hotel to extend 700 feet out int'
the ocean. The Pier is 30 feet wid
the greater part of lits length an<
out at the end is 50 feet wide. A
the end of the pier will be erecte<
a two-story buIlding to be used fo:
concerts, dances and other forms o
amusement. The roof of the build
ing will be used as ob'servationl e
randa, from which a tine vi:-w of th<
beach can be had. The pier is really:
continuation of the hotel veranda. Th
pier wIll be greatly patronized by fish
ing parties as well ais for the differen
forms of amusement mentio'ned abIove
Besides the puier, the Seash.:r-- ha.
enlarged its capacity by the additlol
of 50 rooms, in aL wing extending t<
the north of the other part alonj
the ocean front. With this additiot
the Seashore Hotel now has ::0 wel
Lumina. North Carolina's pleasur
palace, has also been improved. 0
rather the approach to the amuse
ment resort has been greatly im
proved and beautified by the remova
of all small b~uildings. Icaving LumI
na standing conspicuously out in at
open, clear space.
Additions have been built to nearl:
all of the many high-class boardin
tive to twenty rooms each.
Do~wn at Carolina Beach. Where 5'
many Wilmingtonlians and out-of
town vfsitors like to sojourn, a num
ber of improvements have oeen mad<
and visitors this season will find th<
resort even more attractive than ev.
and a trip on the steamer Wilming
ton is one that should not be miss
ed. Some stop at the beach an
others will go) on to Southport. fron
whenc'e theyv will take the delightfu
t:p out to se-a.
Everything points to pro'ubly one o
the best seasons in the history of th
resorts around Wilmington and man
new faces. as well as famlliair one,
will be seen h.-re during the summer.
The Atlantic Coast Line is offerini
an attractive line of exeursIon rate
rates from several hundred points ii
the Carolinas to Wilmington an<
Wrlhtsvill" Beach. pa:rticulars- :e
gardirng which can be obtained fronc
their agents, and the Tidewater Pow a
er Company and the Hlarper Lin.
st'amerse is keeping up to a hig
standard its splendid servlce betwv.ee
Wilmington and the beach -Mornin~
Sar. Wilmington. N. C.. May 15. 1910J
Must be Above Suspicion.
Kidne'tW andi bladdert ailmt ni.s are
,erious: iii their .'oU-;equeneec-. andi if ut
checked s'o fte!tn faital that any remned
offeredt for thieir cure must be above su
picion. ioley (idney l'ills contain Ii
harmful, ,1-u::. ana ha~ve succesf~ull
~tood a long~ and thorough te'st. Vi. I
An Odd Nugget of Go d.
There have been many large and
oddly shaped gold nuggets found in
the United States and elsewhere, but
the oddest of them all was that dis
covered at the Midhas mine, on Sulky
gullv, neAr Melbourne. Australia. in
1557. The augget was flat and almost
the exact counterpart in contour of a
colossal human hand held open. with
the exception of the thumb and fore
finger, which were closed together in
a manner so as to make It appear that
the thumb was holding the finger in
place. Its greatest length was twelve
and a half Inches and Its greatest
breadth eight Inches. It was of the
very purest gold. with but a little of
foreign substances adhering. mostly
between the -fingers." and weighed
617 ounces. It was found in the no!b- i
west main drive of the Midhas mine.
120 feet below the surface of the earth
and at a pot only fifty feet from
w here the fam ous Lady Rr ssey u;
get was discovered the year before. It
weidt.d fiftv-one po)unds or poure gold.
A Frightful Wrcck
oft rain. automobit- or Ibu : iaa cause
cuL-. brui,-. abra.ior::. %;prain. or
woiunds. that demjar.d sch' .\ic
Salve varth's gr.:t h.-aler. Quick
reflief and prompt eure t,---nlt-. For
burn-, boils. -ore" if all kind,. erz-1:1.
chapped Imnd.. :and lip-. -,or eyes or
corn.;. i,'s upr-Inte. Suret :.ile cute.
L5e at all dru.;t.
Party's Fate on One Vote.
Instances are common enough In
elections when a single vote turns the
scale, but for that vote to decide not
only the fate of a candidate, but of a
party as well, is rare. Yet a majori
ty of one in parliament. which may
logically depend on a majority of one
in the country, has worked some of the
most momentous results possible. The
classical exampie Is the act of union
of 170. certainly among the largest,
most important and most remarkable
changes ever accomplished by a legis
lative body. One hundred and six
voted for It and 105 agalust. Then a
majority of one carried the great re
form billI i 132.
Majorities only a little bigger have
again and again been responsible for
farreaching consequences. A majori
ty of five threw out the Melbourne
government in 13S=. By the same fig
ure Lord John Russells government
was defeated in 1W66. Gladstone went
out of office in IS73 because he lacked
three votes, and the public education
act, one of the most important evet.
passed. was placed on the statute
book by a majority of two.-London
For Ifants nd C a .
The Kind You Have Alajs Bought
A Financier's Observation.
-IUe spends money like a prince,"
said the man who makes trite compar
"Pps,'' replied Mr. Dustin Stax.
"o'oly most members of royi fa~mlIes
I have met in my .anking eG-~rlence
Iare usere anxious to borrow money
thana to disburse it."-Washington Star.
-Little WillIe-Say. pa. what .s a par.
udox? Pa-,--Well, my son, a coal stove
is one kind of paradox. It won't burn
until it Is put up; then it won't burn
until it is shaken down. - ChIcago
"I am told that Jones is a regular
leech. Is that true?"
"No; I would hardly say that. A
leech. you know. never gets stuclt on
Work 24 Hoors a Day.
The busiest littte things ever madet
are Dr. King's New Life Pills. E-very
pill is a sugar coated globule of health.
that changes weakness into treng.h.
languor into energy. brain-fag into men
tal power: curing Constipation. Head
ache. Chills. Dyspepsia. Malaria.:ZGe at
The Sunny Side of Superstition.
That there Is anything genial. cheer
Ing or therapeutically v:luable about
superstition may seem a tall state
ment. 'The adjective generally associ
ated with it is "dark." On the con
traryv, there is something very bright
ening about a four leaf clover. Who
Is not a little more of an optimist for
picking up a horseshoe- What lone
Ily far-mers wife. stormbound on a
winter afternoon, with unwelcome lei
sure on her hands, but feels a little
quickening of the pulse :as she drops
her scissors and beholds them sticking
up in the carpet or dIscovers that she
has laid an extra place azt the table?
Company signs are the commonest and
welcomed of all superstitions. The
scissors, the needle. the dishcloth, the
fork, the Saturday sneeze, all inculcate
hospitality and reward it by aln unex
pected visitor. If the needle slants as~
It stands up in the crack of the tioor
It foretells a gentleman. Run. young
daughters of the house. and put a
blue bow in your hair! - Atlantic
Hay Fever arnd Asthma
bring, dis~comrfort anrdt mizsery t*' manyz
4(pepl but I oiev's lInt-y and Tar give-,
ease andi comfort to the surTering ones.
it relieve-s the -ongestion in the head:
and throat and i. ~mh in: ag .nd healing.
None ge-nuine but Foley'. lI Ine-v and
Tar in the yelo'w paeicage. WV. .. Ilrown
A Dutch Fishing Fleet.
if the traveler wants to get az reazl
glimpse of pIcturesque Hollaind. a1
glimpse which shall long be a hamppy
memiory. let him journey to the old
Sfishing village of Sc-heveningenz. not
i'far from The Hague. its iishing tieet
Is an imposing one and is best seen at
-night. wvhen the boats are drawn up tn
the beach. Each has a number. and
these are ptainted on the sides in such
large figures that they can be reaxd
at a consider-abie distance. .i night
when the fishermen begin to come to
and the women of the village wa:lk
(down to the beach with their kuitting
Sin their hands to meet themi. They
wear their wooden shoes. somec of
which are mnade to look especially
clean by an azpplicatio)n of wvhiting. a:nd
they make :i mnerry clatter azs they go.
en of Holland int all walks of life.
They must always l.e at~ work of somec
kind, and it would stem as if mnore
oknitting ne-edht-s must be use-ti ini 1101-l
land than in any ot:he.r country fin the
world.-E-. .. F-arrin'gton in I u--rior
alzac a.nci Slack Cotfee.
i~zac was :ddict. to the use of
str.,g b::.k cofTee and de;ended upon
it as a nervou. stmulant during the
hours whichi he devoted to composi
tiult. It. enl'eet lie bas limself de
seribtd in :he-se words:
"The cofee falls into your stomach.
ui:.edi::-ly everything starts Into ac
t. Your Ileas begin to move like
G(rtdl .\rtuy battalions on the battle
li.:'l, anal the battle opens. Memories
ari ve :at a run, st:nd:irds tiylng: the
light eara lrv of corupaIrisons breaks
into a inigittieent g:llop the artillery
of logic dashes up and unlimbers:
titou;:hts coine rushing np as sharp
b!:oote.rs: characters spri.ag up on all
s'!e-s: the p::pier be'omes covered with
inki. for the striig.le has begun an!
euds in torrents of black water like
the battle in black powder."
Burns as a Tax Collector.
In the olden days candles were taxed
articles. :and it was the duty of tobert
Burns as an excise officer t<, see that
the tax was not evaded. Ile generally
looked the other way. however. as
when p:ssin;: through the kitchen on
night ::t Williain Lorimer-s of Kenni
shall. where the gudewife was busy
maklng catndles. he merely remarked.
'Faith. madam. ye're thrang the
nicit." and passed Into the parlor.-St.
The Mountains Bother Them.
The l'.ritish have h:d heaps of trou
ble in Siam to make the natives under
stand that stue world Is roundt instead
of flat. Indeed, the native teachers
keep on teaching the children that it
is flat. and when argued with they re
ply, "If it Isn't flat why do the moun
tains stand up as they do instead of
writes Lola P. Roberts, of
Vienna, Mo., "I used to be
sick most of the time and
suffered with backache and
headache. My Mother,who
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.
Mad e from harmless
roots and herbs, it has no
bad after-effects, does 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.
' TH E VOTEl$ 0'? tL.lRENDON A~NE
I announace inv-elf a cartdiate for Congre!'
rmn the y'rst Cungrer,.''nal District and .olici:
ard wi!! appre-ciate your tiupp. rt.
Carendon County :. never turn.h~ed a rep
re'sntative in Cop;:re-t du': the tltty-flv.
year's of the County'- h!ity.
-If Clarendlon ev.er want., aecc:w'ressman I bx:
i.ve now is. h.er opportune time. 17 may fri.end2
w::tncno by me. in this county and do whai
they c-an for mec in the other counties of Iler'.
ev. Charle-.tonf. iColleton and Dorchester. I he
iee. th.'.: i- a cha::c.of thi" Count:: furnabtrhi
a main to i : ater th-: Districts :tetrest- ir
>. JMY lFltlEND)S AND) CONSTITUENTS 01
the lirs.t Conretonal Dis.trict:
I he-reby annunce that I sh~all stand for re
e~leton to Cons'res. uubject to te rules rovern
in: the Democratic primary.
During the year I have been your Conresw
man t have doune my; best to serve you honest3
and faithfuli.v and to protect your every interes.
to the best of my ability. I tru-t 50u -till ha"
condece in my ability to srve you. and
hanl e'steem and appreciate very highly any a
i.tace you mnay rerder me" .:. te'.cominc pm
I ;ty.,; iu * ssoCNCt- MY C.ANDIDAt
f~r the- .mre of*. t ;ove-rn..r. subyci~t to the d~e
cisi..' of t he ls-mocratie voters of the the State
'a:ijpaln pro- are ca-il' m.ude. Miy put
fts i. letid. to give' the peo41e a plain
hoest and businesi'-lik-: admitnistration. 01
cour~c I -hall audvocate good road'.. good schoon
ad no.t ;:orrnnment. my a.ttitude a- to the
sae. beinrt well known to the' pubile f- r an
amn;:n th.' tirst to. g~e mon.-: a.i lend :nnttc
to pu-h tiP n:.,--ment :::or' than t wenty year
.\, a bustnes-- rean m0 . hie :.trn. :f ecd
wu; he. to conduta a .- .-oernme::fl alon:
sus~nw :ies. Ii. IiA-\TT
IAilE~Y.NNiJNE M'1 L ll'Hl-\ IAN
I d:e!f.r tr- se:at'. sui.-et to h.. e
. -:arendot.n i-uuntv ad to the -tate. am con
se:--:.tt.0' w.r' zc-- a- State Sen:at'.r. I -Iter n:.
se:a, a:atidate or re oefeti.;:. toi the .e:nat.'
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a ,-n'. 1~tt~. j 'uN \\ H. hi'lt l14 ciT
Rally at Trinity!
Agriculturalists of note
will deliver addresses.
Dr. S. A. Knapp, Mr.
Ira W. Williams, Hon. E.
J. Watson and other dis
tinguished gentlemen who
know how to make prac
tical addresses on progres
sive farming are to enter
tain and instruct.
Take a day off and at
tend this rally, it will pay,
and pay well, and it costs
Let's have a good old
fashion picnic dinner. Let
every man and woman in
terested in farming take
an interest in this meet
ing. Remember it is
- our door without a purchase, you miss
an opportunity that comes very seldom
C to any one wishmng anything in the
Hardware Line. Another lot of those .
SEureka Ranges at $30,
which give as much satisfaction as
others at $60. Oil Stores of the best 2
E make, that bring rest and comfort
to the tired housekeeper. As usual, a
foil Line of Hardware. Crockery, Glass- -*
SSCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS,
Paints. Oil. Varnishes. Brushes.
I Wire Fencing. Poultry Netting.
Plows. Harrows. Cultivators, Weed
er.Tobacco Flues. All at lowest
pie.So don't miss us.
Yours for business.
An the Levi l usy" Block.
A HlpngHad.J.S. BELL,
'Is Gladly Extended by a Saniitary Ploumbin::. Steami Fittin::
anid Automnobile~ Repairint
Manning Citizen. A Specialty.
Thcere are many ent~husiastic citizens~ A gent for Maxwell Automobiles.
in .\annin::;>repared to tell the-ir ex per
inc for the- publie good. Testimony You will lind~ me- at my shaop e-vecry
-from s.teh a ,ource is the best :>f evi day, and to serve- y'ou will be- a p~len
dence,.- an~d wtill prove a "-helpin:: hand" ure -All my work ;:uaranteed.
to scores of readers. l;ek-d the follow - Nouth. St::: Stree-t...r i'e r tn ,:r urteu--~
*ning. s. I:.. say-': "c s.uffeued from kid
ne-Vrtrouble for year... I was. forced :o
ari-e often duringt the night on account
if too freqjuent :a-.-a::-, a. the- kidne
ha:-div turn over in bed: and :rnin- L 4 ac rd~: : ha c'i i!U UE .M.
fondri. t di :icult to dre-'-. I wa. u nab e
to God a remedy thattiwouid heepmme
ue onoe box. but th palus were' ekess ~ aete5~Cl
di -a.t of and the sa::one,-- andi .ore- reeyasto ansh e cied
netin my, b..u--C k ipare. I dor nlot
ne~v ,eere-."on' :and I ame feelinmz twenty STMCTRUL
se.tra v.ouner. I hizhiy recommcrend it stebst edin evrsd
Reu-.'Kidecy l'i!!s auti can say* that ovrdugstscutr
~ t-c.-.fitra~eIr.:.-Succeed. when evrt h in el fails.
weanse the arer the . surm
~ ~ rerdy a tosnds av te tied
f~rAL~i-aj af~awe. ooFOe KIDNEYI L VE A~t NDet'U.s