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Atlantic City, N. J.
Round Trip From
Atlantic Coast Ine. We
DATES OF SALE.
September 15 to 19. 1910. Inclusive.
t icktts v: arrvae .Sson' oer p~oin: with D)epo.t Tickett
Tickets will be limited to return. n"ot inteLr Z Ian I
_night of September f9. 1>UT MAY 1'E EXTENDI) to
OCTOBER 2, !y pitposin: tkets an1 p:yrt-ment Uf -.
Make arrangemeonts :Th :-kets. P'uaua reservations
well in advance wt*: -
H. D. L\itiK. TMcket .\ii. Mannin. )
W. J. CRAIC T C. WHITE .
s Passenger Traftie MQgr. <;en. Pass. Agent.
Wihninzton. N. C.
L I M E, CEMENT.
Acme Plast. Shingles. Laths, Firo'
Brick. Drain Pipe. Etc::-::::
Rice Fiour. Ship Stuff. Bran. Mixed
Cow and Chicken Feed :
Buggies. Wagons and Harness.-No +
Order Too Large or Too Small
4. OOTHARBY- LIVE STOCK CO.
SUMTER. SOUTH CAROLINA
IS THE PLACE.
We have been selling larqe quantities of To
bacco and have gotten good prices for the Farm
ers. Lugs are selling high. Bring your next load
here and'get the highest price you ever got for a
load of Tobacco.
All we want is just a trial to show the peo
pie we mean to pay for it.
Yours for High Prices.
CLARK & COTIIRAN, Proprietors.
"THINK OF IT."
$4%5 for the best built, most thoroughly proven.
smoothest running, easiest riding, most reliiable, mos5t
economical. most powerful, and hanrdies ..mall car in
in America is the little
WE have already operating' in C larendou h of
them,and want you to ask their ownlers what is the best
automobile value on the market. -
This little machine we claim to be the most powr
fui in our sandy roads.
This little ear has to its ced.it the fuel contet of
the time. having run; 4 .2 milHs on one calion of gas''
Write for ci rculars and ask us for a diemon~stratio
if you are in the. mar ket.
th ~ o oodlaxativ.e, to keep th-e tow's openad preven~t the pioso rdg
fofrmgettinginlto your systemD.
ThJatest product of scence 1& VELVO~ izxxat:ve L We r Syrup. Nil eeai.G
reibeand of a plasarzt. romaxt taste. Ve-N aczts t::e. Ir. .s we i e
stomach and 'oweis, and is of? the greaest 'toswtt e:Thcacy i:t :npa:i. :::e.gest:
biiosness, sick beada.che, feverish::es-, .vou ,tienckfe, c's.T
TEL TOULIVER SYRUF
Dar't Break Down.
* ~ ~ ' r:
The The B o
dogs. very seldom-i b:irks. 11i:':. e
Ing to the constructten of his throat
hs :tternpts at barking are :nore like
a burlesque of the real thing. TIe
wades into : fi:ht w!thout any vocal
warning. and the only sound he emits
Is his heavy breath!n. LI!s courage
Is stoishing. and the largeness of his
oppornent uever acls as a deterrent
when hIostilities are imntnent. Still. as
he is not -t quarrelsome doa. Le very
rarely indulges in street braws. and.
as he is exceedingly good natured. I:
takes a lot to rouse hMn.
The modern bulldog Is undoubtedly
a different looizing anki from bis bull -
fighting ancestors. The most conspicu
ous "iprovements" introduced by the
present day *fancy" are largeness of
bead. width of chest. heaviness of
bone and more typical tail.
Why She Was Pleased.
"Do you mean to tell me that you
actual!y overcame that ancient antip.
thy of yours for Mrs. Muggsby and
called on her this afternoon?' said his
"That's about the size of it." replied
her husband's wife.
"And she was glad to see you'
-There Isn't any doubt about IL"
"Why do yuu th!nk9 that-'
'Well, I ha:d on that old dress 1're
worn three seasons and a hat that Is
entitled to a prominent place in some
museum for aotlulties. while she had
on a new gown just from Paris. Oh.
yes. Tnm sure she was tickled to death.
figuratvely speaking. when I called!"
A Sample of Suggestion.
A popular come 'lan and playwright
was praising the humorous value of
"It is funnier to suggest a thing."
he said. "han to say It out. Play
wrights should remember this. Sugges
tion. preguant suggestion. Is what
makes really funny the little boy's re
mark to his father:
"Pa. if you help me with my arith
metic lesson tonight i'll tell you where
ma hId your trousers.' "-New York
The Lash of a Fiend
woUld have been abo-! as wkelcone to
A. Cooper of Oswe.o. N .i.. a, a mer
cies lunz-rackinz oigh that de:led
all remedies for year-.. "I: was mest
troublesome at .d:," he writes. "noth
inz helped me tiNi I used Dr. King's New
Discovery which cured me completely.
I never cough at nigh: now. Millions
,now its matchless merit for stubborn
colds, obstinate coughs. s.ore lungs. In.
gppe. asth ina, hemorrhage. croup.
whooping cough. or hay-fe ver. It reliev
e- quickly apa never fails to satisfy-. .\
trial cornvinces. .We. $1.oQ. Trial bo:ie
frze. It's positively- guar-an'ed by all
i ' c . Q . D.,
Another t wirel-ss mess:'
:1 ot ICLhre-s 4 da:1 of mis:
G reatest Su
. 5 "etting~ ready for the :l r*i
It tak'es sev'erailthingzs
All Suits up to $
All Suits up to S
A Reliable Medicine -No. a Ncoutic.
.r F. r t i. t .I - . . .
Tbot ters.- he Hur ris t /rteh b..
.x:.:vtr., Wa.- sIn.- I, : - -
I ::a .- Twi ah- ' i :h ..-x ::.! T
or i : -. tl-'e11', It. . an.! Tr hil.t,
In th Ll nt' jcz Mamnzlae IV 11 1 r1 1. ! :t
MEMORIES OF MARK TWAIN.
!Two Letters the Humorist Wrote to
"Mark Twain--.\n Jntimate Mem
atiel.- atbout his couri-in ans it :ippe-ars
teorson reei~es the fo-ib-winaz inci.* -nt;
--ii: typical of Mark Twain'- whim
14 1:: i t .of 11.-%%':
"I miid turned ever t th. dr
One( ia Indon 1 was l ivi* vi y
family a! II:, Mi.unt stree-t. itetwi.
1(Ci a s" there wa- the :archi:t!
wrkcuse-;u:ite a long and it'It!.ing
buidin;:. One event:i. upon .omi:i
in froi an inin;;. I foindit a !-.ter h
had written 4,:. the sitti;g rocc:n tabl
and l.-ft with his card. Ile .op-ke cf
th.- -.hock he had received up.n tind
inz ha next '.. lo'. -pre-surma.y 13 -
was th.- wcrkh,.ue iIte had loveed me.
but had always feared that I would
end by disgaeing tI family-h.
inxt hanged. icr somthina-hnat tie
'work'xs.' that wa- Ievond hin: hwe
had r.ct thought It would come 1o tha:
'And so on through pages of horsePlaY.
his relief on aseertaining the truth
and learning his mistake,. his r.-gret
at not t1ndir.g me at home. closind
with a dinner invitatioti. Once at G,
n..va. in Switzerland. I received a long.
rilowing letter. full of buovant td
iies. writteni from London. Two osr
three hours later came a teleg-ral:
-Burn letter Blot it from your mem
ery. Susie is dead.'
Susie was Mrs. Clemens.
They Are Curiously Fastidious In
Some of Their Ways.
The habits of the Turkish women of
Constantinople are wonderfully fasLtIdi
ous. For Instance. when they wa;h
their hands at . tap from which water
runs into a marble basin the fair ones
will let the water run until a servant
shuts it off. inasmuch as to do this
themselves would reader them -un
I elean" The-y cannot open or shut a
dotr. Is the handle would be unclean.
One of thes.e fastidious women waxs
t long ago talking to a smal niece
who had just received a present of a
I doll frq.ru Paris. By and by the child
laid the doll in the lady's lap. She
was horrified and ordered the child to
take it away. As the little girl would
Snot wove it and no servant was near
and the lady would be defled by touch
ing a doll that had Ieen brought from
abrand. tbe only resource left her was
to jurap up and tet the doll fall. It
broke In p!eces.
Another Turkish woman would not
open a letter coming by post, but re
qird a servant to break the seal and
hold the missive near her that it might
be read: also, should her handkerchie.f
fall to the ground It was immediately
destroyed or given away, so that she
might not again use it.-Exchange.
"CG. 4). D.'' N
, Danger" 41
ge sent out to all me~:s .
..oml~etoiwk. for if you do Z
t Values of
-Cean ing. u}' al i stOKs- -
al of new. Fall goo'ds.
- )oite ess. antothier IS
ttisoe-e the aal ity .in
18.00 - 510.50o 4
5.0 - $15.50
To the Democrats ol South Carolina:
I wVish t take thi:s opportunri zty to thaki the. friends~ mi
Iup Ir in 1. my candojlarY fo ;-o t:od t;) ;-e t Colln
tinluanc- (Af their- U0rt u tilte poHlS vlose IIinthe seCcond pr,
ImIa . T he tim.- befor that elti iusio '%hort and I will not
hve ihe opportuity to commuI:iete with m1.any of them: per
onally. roun tin - indications ofI tit,- irst primary and the as
u rece ( * *tliXve al r f'l ( rom . e:--r (*t ion of th S.tte. I
on con iid-to men th- ne,_-t p.oerm4r Of SoUthI Carofina
but tih, victorv van ino't hev ach iJ ed withont the asss:tance of
:y frieinds inl eacb ount.
I Wish to sv that frot now uinztii the . ond primarv I will
bave iinL-adqtiarters in Columbia.2wbe -naltters p.!rtaininZ to
!he camp ignll ~i,e ateddj adw em friends may
Lomm U:nicat. wi m. SincehIll.
C. C. E.A ITI ERSTO'N V.
Better Than Lemons!
Rhame's Drug Store,
Summerton, S. C.
* HAVE ROOM
for our Large Fall Stock now coming in
j~every day. In order to get it we must re-1
Iduc e our present Spring and Summer Stock.1
The reduction means a big saving to1
iyou. Everything in our Spring and Sum
b9 mer Stock Reduced1
* TO COST I
UNTIL SEPTEMBER 1st.
SDress Goods. Notions. Hosiery. Under- i
wear. Shoes. Gents' Furnishings. Etc.. at
SActual Cost until September 1st.1
Big lot Remnants. Short Ends. Colored1
SLawns. Fancy Notions. Etc.. at less than
Scost. In fact. at just 1-2 price. This cer-1
itainly means a big saving to you if you care1
to take advantage of it. for it's not just a 10
Sto 20 per cent. reduction, but the entire
19i Stock of Spring and Summer Goods is Re-1
SCOST AND BELOW.
We know that we are sacrificing our-1
selves in most of this stock. for the simple,
Sreason that we can't replace some of it next1
season at the same price, yet we need the
room and also the cash. hence this reduc-1
~tion. At Cost until September 1st, for cash1
Aonly--- Nothing charged at cost price.1
it Pays to Trade at1
TO THE TINES OFFICE.
When you feel that you
can hardly drag through
your daily work, and are
tired, discouraged and
miserable, take Cardui,
the woman's tonic.
Cardui is prepared for
the purpose of helping
women to regain their
strength and health.
Not by doping with
strong drugs, but by the
gentle, tonic action, of
pure vegetable herbs.
i The Woman's Tonic
Mrs. L N. Nicholson,
of Shook, Mo., writes:
"Before I began to take
Cardul, I was unable to
do any work. I have
taken 5 bottles and have
improved very much I
can o the most of my
"I can't say too much
for Cardui, it as done so
much for me."
Your druggist sells Car
dui. Get a bottle today.
Everything of the best fcr
the personal wear and adorn
men, of both sexes.
We till mail orders carefully
Charleston, S. C.
J. S. BELL,
A Sanitary Plumbing, Steam Fitting
Ai and Automobile Repairing
A~ gent for Maxwell Automobiles.
- ou will find me at my shop every
hday. and to serve you will be a pleas
jure -All my work guaranteed.
South. M i Street. one block from Court Hou-se
AfOn First-Class Real Estate
~ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Manning. S. C.
wo ' . h yOtr eyes. we :.Crate a
j~f -e. QEye Glasses
hW. 0. W.
Woodmen of the World.
\icet~s on second Monday nights at
iVisitng Sovereigns invited.
JO'-FPH D. WIG'HT.
.APERS & wlR(G H'll
-i A-r on~N}CY ;V LAW.
h W. C. D.\vis. J. .\. WE-INBERG.
~Davis & WEINBSERG.
ATTORNE~YS AT LAW. .
j M A NNING. S.C.
hIPrompt attetion tgiven to collctions.
URDY & O'BR YN,0IItY
tornys ad Cunseorsat L~aw,
Mi:.ANNIlNG, S. C.
hi ATORNEY AT LAW.
ahi D 1 "EEN
ARANTS DRUG STORE
The Licensed Druggist.
Sell- in Ev'erything
nRUGS and MEDICINES:
The Bank of M
M"anning. S. A
Capitui Stock. .
Surpb... . ....
itockldi-,-C Ladity .
T(otas Protctionl to Depos tO
START YOUR BOY
i thn ri.: way. Good habit.
_n the routh will bear z
in after yvars, Whether it be
ecoun t of the boy or abusines
f the man that is entrusted 1
ean fguaranteed perfect satisfa
THE NEW BATH TU
is nut only "a thing of beauz
joy for ever" to the famt!y WI
nough to know the value of
'or health and beauty. You
in the luxury of one of the n'
;igns in our bath tubs at a r
:ost, when we plumb your I
is well as up-to-date wash st
tubs, closets, etc., with ope
plated sanitary plumbing.
R. M. nASTERS,
127-129 King Street, CbrIe
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing
Dair Work done in firsteis
and at reasonable rates.
4i H 8jflg6 M O PORst
All kinds of -h d e
ive me a call. - hone No.
WAYMAN A. SMITH,
MANNINO, S. C.
Hacker Mfg. CJ
680. S. Hacker &
CHAm.ESTON. S. C.
Doors, Sash and Blind:
and Balusters: Grilles
Ornaments: Screen. 1
WE DEAL !N
Glass. Sash Cord and'
A. J. WH ITE &
W. E. JENKINSON
We have bought the 1
epartmecnt of W. E. Je
Lnd wili keep on hand a c<
>f Coibfns and Caskets. X
repared to do Embalminr
arry a line of Picture Mc
;lass for framing pictures
A. J. WHITE &
A. .J. WHITE. JR.,
What They Will D
They will cure you:
strengthen your kic
rect urinary irregular
up the worn out ti
eliminate the exces:
that causes rheumat
vent Bright's Diseas
bates, and restore :
strength. Refuse s
W. E. BROWN i
\\il ulav for Picnt
\AY.'N .\. SMI'
Mes Kidneys and B