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"I know what is good
for ,young and old
Dykstra, a trained nurse
of South Bellingham,
Wash., "and will say that
I consider Cardui the best
medicine for girls and
women. It makes them
feel like new persons, re
lieves their pain and reg
ulates wpmanly troubles.
"Both my daughter and I
received great beneit."
The Woman's Tonic
As a medicine for fe
male trouble, no medi
cine you can get has the
old established reputation,
that Cardui has
Fifty (50) years of suc
cess prove that it has
stood the greatest of aUl
tests-the test of TIME.
As a tonic for weak wo
men, Cardui isthe best be
causeit is a woman's tonic.
Pure, entle, safe, re
COUnuMs THE PEOPLE.
SF'aSt Census Proposal In England
Raisd a FinS RotW.
It was In 1= that a proposa to
oun. the people was arsf made.
MTb'nmaa Potter. son of the archbiho?
of Canterbury and -enibcr for S.
Germanse introdeced Wl that year a
biglbr tahkn and registerng an an
faaceont of the total number of
n people and of the total number of
the totauan sestb poor rWalso
Sahs neT6.pariah and ezra par
dial pla neetairest tRdkzlz" It 'was
eeit goe, that-drectly this
~poeaI~ was -ade tbs precedent of
g DeId sbo=Idtie-quote& And
, wre the"Jeremid as to the at
Ena ie ' Ni whi. WoId' betan the
g Tboe nmbted to Davi,
41C mid hIn risonw Elr. rhorn
GnFmnie~2or YorkeIty. said:
i . miI evethat thife was any
th~un species se'pesmtnn
C emaio-aa- ws to make the pro
wpoa- we have just hatd. 1 hold this
to be tota IDsbaet of the
7 el a nof sieEngn-berty. The
arw bEtaet the ispasmat of
'r ;ivI and' inethe **'"""m; f
; r word mpke the
enestr egegtinal enigIng aAseciy and
,N ggrssoott was4eeeruaset against
enT~dT seple.. Moreovee an an
entxgse of~mepeople will a
natu ggeemiamn with ou
NteW3Iskday, .anoth e ppsang
is aadded that .hinonesttenents
in- on the .propoed as ominous
~ ~ne~e~at ~emp~should fo01
.nn'b umenu Howeyer, the
S)lIlSdthe anPmneonly to be
~ rejectd by the lCords. Not
uni 3I0. was. the. -rop szagan
nemde. and on thicceassen t was
rought to a nessfns isse. The
~Aatesosf :.n nWa es was
a rc.eSLtn -te
Good Riiat4ays EFoser
~ ,T~neMbeyKin'y Pills. They
ar -banalngw\strengsening and
a2sbnw~n. .Toniel acsion, quick in re
sult 5W. E. Brown-& Co.
A ao is beryed b h'ands.
thngthis gatP might betray hin.
ing:?aner~ aleegb seslor has
htski ands hasut an could motopen
thfl."ar If be tris&k This is therte
alt of pas fm emb nynd pning
STja 5rInd-Your wife doesn't ap
peto be ia ver ood hmr. Euns
band-o: she thina r"Te invited 706
- ...4een Qei amt.
Guaranteed Cure for an
AT ALL DRUG STORES. Socn,.
A. B. Rlchura Medicine Co..
Sold by Zei:ler's Pharma.cy.
Hand Painted China
Let Us Show You
W. E. Browo & Co,
J. H. HAWKINS.
icnsed Drngnist Mgr.
Light Wzves ad ine Wonderfully Ac
At the bureau or awhts :snd Meas
ures at Sevr- It":: ' .- 'tndar
meter of m11ea1. whwa .s the standar
length of the 4.r!. . i..st enre!ull
In an ::deraromsul v:1z: -t is it
spected only ni is's: late-rvnKs I
Great Britain -i::it::: enre i. exercise
In guard'nn the .mta:sd:irst yard mntc
urement. .%t &t w:a- p-ble for tbPS
metal standar. ist. l.*- .lestroyed c
damaged in the eourr ofti.:e. It wa
decided a number o., year, n) to di
termine the exmnete h or ,.- .z:an
ards in wave lengths of lziht. whlC:
would be a basuis of vane unilerabl
and indestructible. For this purpos
the Instrument known as the intei
ferometer was invented. This instr;
ment represented the blgbet order c
workmanship and the greate'st skill o
the best opticians of the world. .
series of refracting plates were mad4
the surfaces of which were flat witt
In one-twentieth of a wave length a
light. with sides parallel within on
second. represe:-ting the utmost redn(
ment of optical surfaces ever al
With the Interferometer perfecte
the attempt was made to make th
wave length of some definite light a
actual and practical standard of lengtI
For over a year scientists worked t
secure this result. and experiment
fmialy showed that there were 1553
16. wave lengths of red cadmiur
light in the French standard meter a
15 degrees centigrade. So great is th
accuracy of these experiments thZ
they can be repeated withi one Pa
in two millions. So Inconceivabl
small is such a possibility of error the
should the material standard of lengt
be damaged or destroyed the standar
wave length of light would remain ur
altered as a basis from which an e3
act duplicate of the original standar
could be made.-Chicago Record-Hei
The Elizabethan era gave vogue t
the button and buttonh, two Inve:
tUons which. may fairly be regarded
important. siuce they did much 1
revo ubtlone dress. The original bu
tan was whenly a peodece er needh
.ot. whiCb Was moon imprve by ti
=e of a woodentmold. The bass UL
to Is said to have been Introduced b
a. Min-ham merchant in 1680.
tok 200 years to.improve on the met
od of sewing the cloth upon the cove
ed buttoa Then an Ingenious Dan
hit upon tW Idea of making the ba
ton In two parts and clampig the
together with the cloth between.
Saves s owaiaa's life.
The very grae seemed to yawn b
fore Robert Madsen, of West Burlini
o, Iowa, when, after seven weeks
the hosnital, four of the best uhysicia
gave him up. Then was shown the ma
velons carative power of Electric B
aerm. For. after eight months of frigh
tul suffering from liver trouble and ye
low jaundice. getting no help fre
other remediesor doctors, fnve bottles
this matchlea medicine complete:
cured him. I's positively guarante"
'for mtanab, Livr or Kidney troubI
and nemerdisppoints. Only 50c. as a
- SanEnei Fiahing
In sadine Eshing there are man
uncialmene There is a twnt-ig
foo deand fall of tide in the ba
of Fundy. and especially constructe
wooden- pichst inclomures are staki
outin t water tgtherin the U5
Lst sepss a mnan erected an ic
sre Inawbat he supposed to he esce
lent shing terziene. but got nothini
e deplored his loss and for a tirn
faid togo nearit "Wtiydon't 7E
seine 1t again?" somebody ashe
"Wat's the ue he replied. Let a
tr it." the other pnerste "Ye,. as
you mnay have all the fish you get
The other mazs pulled out 31.700WO
at one hauL-Frank Leslie'a.
*s the namne of a Germa-' chemiici
nof the many valuable ingredients
Mbe'KIdney Remedy. Hexamezt
leneeramine is recognized by inedi'
text books and authorities as a uric at
seovent'and' anti-septiC for the urii
Take Foley's Kidney Remedy prompi
at the first sign of kidney trouble a
avoid a serious malady. W. E. Bro
Notice of Discharge.
I will applv'to the Judge of Pl
bate for Cia'rendon county. on t
stday of December, 1910. for lette
ordischarge as guardian for Robe
Seth Dingle, formerly a minor.
J. H. DINGLE.
Summerton, S. C., Nov. 1. 1910.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probe
for Clarendon county. on the 7th d
of December, 1910. for letters ofd
charge as administrator of estate
N. Rt. McKinizie, decensed.
J. W. McKINZIE,
Lake Lity, WI C., Nov. 7,1910.
EFor Inat and 2hlrn
TheKid ou Hav A<a Ben
Thomas Phosphate i
i Silver, S. C. Prevented
M. M. O. DATZLER,
orazgrburg. S. C. Cotto.
s Dear Sir
Yours of a few days ago to hand, and beg to * 1
say that from observation it is all making good.
b I Mr. H. S. Briggs has a very fine crop. In fact
e everybody is tatkizz about Basie Stag, (Thomas
Phosphate.) It, I , is quite the treatment for
e blht as the coven skows less blight thi year
I- =r it was used than last year where other
- ertilizers were used.
.As to Mr. Broughton, they have had some
hard seasons, the whole section, commencing from
about Pancla, going towards Sum:er, but now has
everything its own way. My crop is doing very
nicely, equally as well as za~ year. Propet en
ein;.scount y is better thn it senf Get the
a good many years.
Very truly yours, Genuine
(Signed) W. R. DAVIS.
The Coe-Mortimer Co.,
1 NEW YOMK CHARLESTON, S. C.
A revelation in perfection, ease or operation, comfort and
beauty. The Economy is built for REAL SERVICE, built iftsuch a
way that you will positively know and appreciate after operating
it, that in it we are giving a REAL DOLLAR'S worth of value
for every dollar invested-built so that it is not simply a "good
e- roads" vehicle, but so that it will serve you on and over mont of
z- roads built not only to run in fine and fair weather, but so thIu~ it;:
in is EVER READY for service, both in winter and summer. Built
r so thatitmatters not whether you have eithersanddeep snow or mud -
- roads to travel, you can always start up with assurance and satis- 9
I faction of knowing that you can go when you please, where you
please, and yet feel as near certain as one can be of anything in
D this world that with an Economy you can and will get back-the
iy power is in the Economy.
...St.dar.Eq.pmen............---- .......- -------------5.
Large (lab Lamp and Generator...-........--.--.-------..
INMAN-BRAILSFeRD) CO. Aqts. Summerton.. S.C.
IJ. M. BradhamI
'-Store on the Corner is the Place for
dyou to do your Trading the I skill
Whole Year 'Round. but
[is. 1 10,3
THE 3JHOt Of.4ALAUT?
We hiave a full Stock of Goods consisting
of the following:
Dry Goods. Shoes. Clothing.
Millinery and Dress-making.
~ Remember. our Stock is all New Goods.
- and if there is anything that you want that
is not in our Stock, we will gladly order it for
you. We have a nice Line of
SLadie's Coat Suits and Rain Cuats.
Call and look'at them. if yo cannot find
S one to suit, just leave us your order and we will
S order same for you.
THE J. I. BIRDHAM CD., E,
Big Store On The Corner
Jenkinson's old stand.
A Wireless to
--c~. Q. DO'' ''c. Q.; D.'
"Come Quick, Danger"
Another wireless message sent out to all men
"Come Quick. Danger"-Come quick. for if you (10
not there's danger of missing the
Greatest Suit Values of
7 're cleaning house-cleaning up all stocks
getting ready for the arrival of new Fall goods.
It takes several things to make a bargain. One
is quality, another is up-to-dateness, another is
Schloss Bros, & Co., master tailors of Baltimore
and New York, have furnished the quality and
up-to-dateness in clothing,. we are putting on the
All Suits up to $18.00 - $10.50
Al Suits up to $25.00 - $15.50
All Summer goods of all itinds must go. Come
and investigate for yourself. No charge for
J. H. RIGBY,
"The Young Reliable."
I. 1."30" 1911
TOURING CAR $1250.00.
air Top. Extra $65.00.. Freight $50.00 Extr
[his is a 4 cylinder sliding gear transmission, cone clutch,
i forward and one reverse car.
[he FLANDERS "20," same as above E. M. F. car or
ler, 32x3 tires; wheel base 100 inches. This is one of the 1;
ars out. Designed for the use of owners and need not empi
ad chauffeurs, as every effort has been made to make it f<
f. $750. Freight $50. Touring car mohair top, $55. Rm
Top,S$30. Rear Seat, $50. This Car can be used as a rm
or tourmvg car.
[he CHALMERS DETROIT new 1911 will be ready for del
n July. $1,500. Top and freight extra.
We expect a few MAX WELLS soor.
Buggies and Surries.
nst received two cars of new Buggies and Surries.
wo new cars of Wagons. See our usual stock of Horses a
~s. Terms to suit and right.
SHlAW & DRAKE,
2 and 14 Sumter St., SUMTER, S.
Local and Long Distance 'Phone 553.
"A POINT ER"I
If $485.00 will buy you an automobile
hat will do your work and cost you less
o operate it why pay some one else more.
The Little "Brush Runabout"
rou have heard so much about is the easiest, riding
:ar over our roug~h roads an~d toositively the most cer- (
:ain car in America.
Can von recall the time yout ever sav: one of (
hem brokien down ou our roads? Not a single timie.
Yet. there are more BRUSH MACHINES in Clarendon
than any other make.
Ask the man who drives one or ask us to show
ou. 'Tis a pleasure. And if you see what it can dlo (
and how little it costs, you wont buy the o:ther
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Copy Summons for Relief.
(Geor-e Burchili..1. J. Heckart. W1
liam T. M:arr, iGe-rge A. Marr. h
- his own ri;.ght and as Executor <
the Lat Will Lnd Testament <
I William A. Marr Henrietta .%
Lister. Alex Scott. R. A. Wagne1
Suearnalh Wagner, John Dunlop
Archie Harvey. and Jobn Maurer
Phineas B. Marr. A. Graham Mar:
Margaret M. Barber. and Helen 31
Craw ford. Defendants.
To the Defendant's above named:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in th;
action, of which a copy is herewit
served upon you, and to %erve a copy o
- your answer to the said comolaint o
the sonbscribers at their office. 120-12
North Main Street. in the City of Sun
. ter, S. C., within twenty days after tb
service hereof: exclusive or the day <
such service: and if you fail to answe
the complaint within the time aforesaii
. the plaintiff's in this action will appl
to the Court for thf. relief demanded h
Dated. October 14th, A. D. 1910.
LEE & MOISE,
To the Defendant's above named: -
Take Notice, That the summons ar
Z. the original complaint in this actio
t were filed in the office of the Clerk c
said Court e:: the Ith day of October
1910. The plaintiffs make no persona
demand against you.
* APPAREL SHOP
* FOR MEN
* AND LADIES
J Everything of the best fc:
the personal wear and adorn
ment of both sexes.
$ We till mail orders carefull:
Charleston, S. C
TRY THE NEW
g Grocery Store
For your next order. Every
thing new, fresh and clean;
SMOUZON'S OLD STAN[
- Your order will receive care
ful and prompt attention and
will be highbly appreciated.
Full and complete line of
SSTAPLE AND PANCi
Mouzon 's Grocer3
P. B. MOUZON, PR~OP.
y On First-Class Real Esta't
orPurdy & O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Manning, S. C
worry with your eyes, we guarantee a
sure rit. Our
Aet awk' Glassesc.
JONG AEES O.(o Sout Co).
Ex-Cmmistonr Iteraln ene
JOSEP DAWIH.J.A ENEG
CAPERvS & WEINBER,
W ANHINGO. S. C.
, iTelept ninge tlectMin.60
. . DVI. J. A.W WEINBERG
DA ANN WINBERG, C
A TTORNEYS AT LA w,
MANNING, S. C.
URDTTORY A A,
MANNING. S. C.
MANNING, S. C.
MANNING S. C.
D Po. JON H ORE
Manning. S. C.
Capitai Stock .................. 40,000
Surplus. ................... ... 40,000
Stockholders' Liability ........ 40,000
Total Protection to Depositors. $120,000
START YOUR BOY
f in the right way. Good habits instilled
in the youth will bear good fruit
2 in after years. Whether it be the smail
account of the boy or a business account
of the man that is entrusted to us we
I can guaranteed perfect satisfaction
aeaning, Pressing, Dyeing and Re
pair Work done in first-lass manner
and at reasonable rates. Member's
All kinds of high-grade Taorng.
Give me a call. 'Phone No. St.
WAYMAN A. SMIll, Rlp.,
MANNNO, 5. C.
Hacker Mfg. Co.
Geo. S. Haker & S
Doors, Sash and BlInds Colum
and Balusters Grile and
WE DEAL IN
Glass. Sash Cord and Weights
A. . WIITEn& CO.
W. E. .JENK*5SOK1 00
We have bought the U
Department of W. E. Jenkinson
and will keep on hand a complete line
of Coflina and Caskets. We are also
prepared to do Emba.1ming. Will aiso
carry a line of Picure Mouldings and.
Glass for framing pictures.
A. 3. WITE & CO.
A. J. WHITE. JE., Mgr.
Laxative li Synp
PIcasant to take
The new laxative. Does
not gripe or nauseate.
Cures stomach and liver
troubles and chtonic con
stipation by res&itgthe
ach, liver and bowls.
W. E. BROWN & Co.
will fill engragements anywhere
at reasonable rates.
Will play for Picnics,
WAYMAN A. SMITH.
Box 45, Manning,
IBought and SoldB
LESENE & HORTON
- Mannzng, S. C.
-Futrn:,hewd for Whit.e and Colored. We
are also dealers in all kinds of Furniture.
C. W. EVANS,Mg