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tbat Ibad a neuralgia pain in
my arm for five years and I
used your Tniment for one
week and was -n1eey
crd. I recom end yar
ini~t very highly"-Kas.
J. McGRar, r2x6 Mandevile
Sr., New Orleans, La.
- Omed QuiySareThroat
Ms. HuZaR L. CamX, of
1242 Wilson St, Wibmington,
Det,writes-"I boghta bot
ttecE Sloan's Tiniment for the
quinsysore throat and itcared
me. I saR always keep a
botle in the haose."
n n elie frm heu.
ne e 1ma.
ssi ani chest
sT in.gf e 2e2;
~ othe partet in the an
ai lor. Portugal.
I theBIo ah
idfawart a iL EV
a tka saserete a dieb,
in Nedioi~iten grn.-are
uetorone the mIato
i h was -n~
the n t- e ates
i helhasben t
bon e boi2 sn
~t~Te ae a Lisbnish
bmrstfiir the hing.
~s *1g. whea his
e taidwat the scin
tie ar oeal whga eathe snes
sil~m.m n ifiitwsand the an
inedtn swanoi ur al sound
eb teh41amieent si complete,
gw~esn~esnmenemed to the
liiisc tim-gha hours ot sontary
eawu s aname a deae that
s.n- ..p., an emls an "The
tabIns mumnr at the gas, the agiat
ta ng oan at a unp of catloonn.
risaome uestertua lorce from a
asam tthe itaf. the sdden knock
Sand lenking at a stratum far up
- 1ok above or the ecrry of e
sat at -somiewbee in the darnss
!ke.e the ear loud and utart.
tese too. becomes trained to pen
* tethe ~aznn but the darknes is
-so complete that there i a imnit-the
liiof the raysceast by the pit lamp.
. -4espbfuundn in Aute
die aice of poet laureate penetical
* rbegins with chancer, who a--um.d
the tita about 3385 After Chaucer
he eee was mare or lem in the
shaoW. but from 8pme in 2I0 the
of e poet laureate is pretty won
- 0Usd dow to the preset ime. The
eee ia largely honorary ani1 has not
itways been held by the greatest of
Uznglsh poets. Dryden. Werdsworth
and Tennyson being the most lRus
transm of its hm-ere -reanre.
ise Own, Valuation.
*Belle tetls me she Is sorry she eve
mrred yoo." said a ybung lady to the
bnmband of her dearest frind.
"So she ought to be;' he retorted.
"-h did some nice girt out of a good
- They wtbo have never known pros
petity -can hardly be said to be un
happy. It Is from the pinemhisace of
$qys 1e''have lost that the arrows of
Miction are polited.-Emile Zola
It winl never rain roes. If we want
-more .roses we mus plant more trees.
same Old Story.
-'Does he pay his almny promptlyr"
"No. He has to be urged and threat
assd every pay day, but. then, of
yere I got need to tha? when we
.,-. neung toteher..aCleland Pinn
There is nothing to mark the Arch
House, where Carlyle was born. In the
Scottish village of Ecclefechan. from
the other lowly dwelings that line the
village street. and a native guide will
be needed if the pilgrim desires to
fnd his way to Carlyle's grave: hence
the story of the -great writer's brother.
James, who was met one day in the I
village by a band of Americaus. Igno
rant of his Identity. they asked him
the whereabouts of Carlyle's grave.
"WhchCarly:e?" -Oh. the great Car
lyle, Thomas Carlyle." With unmoved
face be gave the information asked
and was rewarded with a fine outburst
of hero worship. "We have come all
the way Prom America." said the
spokesman of the pilgrims. "to lay
this wreath on our great teacher's
grave." '-H r' rejoined James. still
unmoved. -it's a gey harmless occu
pation: All of which, and especially
that "Which Carlyle?" goes to show
how vain Is the search of the man who
visits Eeclefechan on the lookout for
worshipers of Carlyle.-Argonaut.
The Czar's Snuffbox.
Czar Paul's snuffbox was i sacred
as the Imperial crown itself. No one
was allowed to touch It. Kaploff wa
gered that he would take a pinch out
of It. One morning he walked up to
the table which stood near the bed on
which the czar still reclined and bold
ly took from It the majestic snuff
box. Opening it noisily. he inserted
his fingers, and. while Paul L was
watchng him in stupefaction at such
anucity. he sniffed up the. fragrant
powder with evident satisfaction.
"Wha are you doing there. you
regne?" exclaimed the czar excitedly.
"Having a pinch of snuff, sire. I
have now been oa duty for eight hours
and, fle1ing drowsy. I thought ft
rioid keep me awake. for I would
rather break the rules of etiquette
ta neglect my duty."
Psal burst out laughing and merely
"That right enaogh, moy had but as.
the snuffbox is not harg *og for
both ofus you anm keep t for your
Belirt m p dia rdred ftne. oey's
badney Pyis haeaelped other shey
Met help ea. Mrs:- J. B. Xills Syra
enase. X. Y., ay, "For aL long time -1
snfered with kitinev truble and. rhen
=V~nem Ihad severe hachanhes ad
4 all played ont, After takIng two
bossles of boleyv' Kidney- Pill my
backwene is gone and where I used to
be awake with rheamasiepains I now
slep in comform. Foley's Kidney Pills
did wonderful things for me." Try
rthemnow. Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
Sat Relis. at Abbotford.
h.peesent esate 'Abbotsord = was
,ftmedt d n the yeas 2811 to 2817
fom -vrious smanl farms, the arst
Sp sed bearng the "bharmn
-.o sassiM arty Hole. After
-r-Waltw Scotta death In 834 a coM
tee of friends canthat ?00 to
uad the redsption of theestate, and
- .C4adeU. the pob~e, eh
tije Zest ccnZedving the, rights oe
Beatta worts. The library and zn
n had been gien-some years be
*oce 'by the etam. a his son.
Ihrtant Crunel. W. Scott, died on
Jwrhonn fromy India, the prop
Grtymaesnnd-to 7.J13aekhart, his
on-klaar and thencea to his dangh
Isa hushandr J.R3. Rope-cott, whose
dag bae hld the estate for some
-ear Xany Scott relics are preserv
ed in~tbh one, notably his chas. and
wtngtable in the study and his bat
and gloves in the hal.-Lnd Stand
Hard F.e the smos,
~One of the dimentties of the e
vkn missimnes in Lahraar is to
make the Ol Tetennt, with #s
swalth of'p~tael detaD, iteWmyth
to the Yaelms not one. of whom ha. I
eveseen a horne. -'Sheep and cattl"~
says Besketb Pritehard in "luneiny
Camps In Wood and Wilderness"
"thy canotrealise or coceive of,
feethare are no domesated animals
are dogalin that porton of the penin
mia !~ey comprehend -the story of
Us.h banter. and that of Samson
ad the lion, which animal .can be
seleated as'colar bear, but of Abra
Es i &hnd of wpnmam.hey
ea form no picture. The nearest ap
peoseb-to, these ideas Is drawn from
the harvest of the seaseals and fsh
taking the place of tiocks and herds."
"Ihad an acute assack of Bright's
diease with Indlammation of the kid
neys and bladder, and dizziness." says'
Mrs. Cora Thorp. Jarkuonn MIch. "A
boe of Foley's Kidney Itemedy over
cae sheattack, reduced the inaam-.
martootook away the pain and made
the bladder acsio normaL I wisa
everyone conld know of this wonderful
emedy." W. E. Brown & Co.
teens as a Courtier.
Nelwo. was the hero of England
een in his own time, hut not ap
parently of the court. Samuel Rogers
recounts a conversation with him
which appears in the life of the poet
by 3. Ellis Roberts, "I heard him
ene during dinner," says Rogers. "nut
ter many bitter complaints (which
ady Hamnlton vainly attempted to
hek) of the way he had been treated
at tourt that forenoon-the queen bad
not condescended to take the slightest
notice of him. In truth. Nelson was
hated at court- they were jealous of
him." But then It must be remem
bered that Rogers was renowned as a
particlarly Ill naturedl..ossip.
Attak ikte Tigrs
In fighting to keep the blood pure the
rhite corpuscles attack disease germs
like tigers. Bat often germs multiply
to fast the little fighters are overcome.
Then see pimples, boils, eczema, salt
rhen. and sores multiply and strength
and appetite faIl. This condition de
mands Electric Bitters to regulate stom
mh, lver and kidneys and to expel pois
os from the blood. "They are the best
blood puriffer." writes C. T1. Budabo.of
Tracy. Calif., --l have ever found." They
make rich, red blood. strong nerves and
build up your health. Try them. 50e at
The 11ean Thing.
"Phyllis Is the meanest kind of a gos
"What makes you think so?"
"Because she never tells you any
thing herself, but gets you to tell her
all yeu know."
A Poor' Plan.
The trouble with some men who
each the top Is that they go right on
over and down thae other side.-Chica
A Parting Shot.
Cabby (badly worsted in the dispute)
-Well. I 'opes as the nex- four wheeler
These Days at
w PLOWDEN HARDWARE CO.
We are sellina
Ranges.- Stoves. Heaters. Guns. Ammuni
E tion. Wire Fencing and many other things.
Come to SC us
and be convinced that our goods are best
and prices lowest.
Yours for business,
!~ Plwden ~ dnepouor
Long Evenings and Good Books 6o Together
Bay a Book for 60c. Read it, return in good condition and
get another for 2&-. You keep this up indefinitely. A grand op
portunity for reading the very best popular fietion. We mention
below a few of our new arrivals. All nicely bound. ..Good, clear
Satan Sanderson................ ---.............By Rfee.
Gertrude Eliott's Crucible ........ ...........By Downs
The Sunset Trail... .......................By Lewis.
Lin McLean..............................By Wister.
Stonewall Jackson.................e... ...............By Cooke.
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm.................... ..By Wiggin.
34 40 or Fight .... -.................. .... By Hougn.
The Lure of the Mask .......... ...........By McGrath.
The Traitor................ ... . ..........By Dxon.
The Great S6ret......................By Oppenheim. -
The Man inIaLower Ten.......... .... ............. By Bioehart.
Half A Rouge............. . . ................By McGrath.
Tne Spoilera......... .................. ...Bv Beach.
The Barrier..............................By Beach.
Castle Craney Crow....-.-.........................By McCutchen.
Jane Cable....... ............... -... By McCutcheon.
The Mystery Of The Yellow Room..................By Lerou.
The Perfume Of Th6 Lady in Black.....-..-------By Leroux.
Naney Stair.....---------------------.----------.By Lane.
Daughters Of The Confederacy...-........------By Brady.
The Naster Christian-.-.----------.---.-...........By Corelh.
Paid InPaIl........---.-------------. ----.. ..By Harding.
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If you want a fine garden
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Manufactured by us, espec-i
ally for vegetable crops.'
Put up in 100 pound bags
which are much more easily
handed than the regular
200 pound bag.
Price, $1.50 per bag.
Jenkinson's Old Stand.
ONLY 4 DAYS MORE
of the Big Sale, don't miss
it, plenty of good bargains
for you yet. They are worth
your attention. Sale closes
Watch this Space
tor our New Spring Arrivals
reatest Line we have ever
shown. We will show the
newest and up-to-date.
"It Pays to Trade at"
Righy Dry Goods Co.1
"There's Is Just One
Drug Store. Where I Know I Will Get Exactly
What I Ask For."
When you hear that remark you can take it for gran
ed the speaker means us.
Whatever you want from any drug store can be had
-here-if we haven't got it we will get -it for you
There's never a fear of disappointment. Yon ete
what you ask for or what your doctor wants yono
have; or you get nothing-You never get "someth
just as good" here, because we only have one best. *
Does not tl.is assurance warrant your trading er
We tyin kso.
MANNING - - -.
"IT HINT ANBLR
and the Automobile peope kinow st I.= SdHmg
only practical business Autombbile on the
. FOR $45QQs
The most practical ecoi
to go over 2o miles of oUr worsto
gallon of gasoline:
We guarantee the springs not tobreak In'
the load or the road,
Write or ask us, bout s ach
EDrroR THE MANI30 TIE, T-1
Manning, S. C.
We wish to thatnk y~oan- of aurialnds feeha
daig the holiday seanjust past WbeUevatheMAGTl3
which we have been rann-.ng tor seva& afweakr. Mal ee
great measure for the Ingpiries'anSradey-wbich eiiameto m
parts of the county. >
Commencing with'th-ewYear i lUbeouitn -u~u~
study the wants of our many ,atrons and enfeagor togvt~i~
selection at the most reasonable prie posside. :---e.
We have now with us~rm. Robesoo afterprtsnU~b2
prepared to furnish estimates anddo guaranteedalrorkIn-is
tally roiofing, asansypoint inthesurr-nfgltr~.; nt
While our trade in the gensulne.Jaa -liver
are several imitationey has been goodwe stIDitr~lja)veo e~&
three horse plows and fiuu line-of repairsin stoeld
Chattanooga Plows we can say tliacourtlineiscomplete.-In
of a plow can be bought of us at a priehibelow-'theavrg
the county agents for the justly'eelebrzfed tioo hernUCoitoesaor
utock is complete. We are also 008 of the coanty agot rTe*s
Majestic Eange. This range stands bT itleif as the eenen-t.4
store builders art. Any-oneeallingat our store wiitbhn~ao
purchaser~i duringr the past ten days, and wedre.tI ad
of this list will efrectIvely knock out-the knmoks oftoureiometit
have hoisted themselves by their .eau * .
We .tll have a few miles of P~tburgPefectencewhIrwes a
ing at a special price. We are daily expectinga OeOM dtAa Mt
Ellwood Wire Fence. These are the superior linesicfoenuei#
on these are below thc surrounding markets. 'We.have a-wh
stock of Hardware and its kindred lines. We erpect to
merit of our goods, the living price, the fair and just treatment ~u
tomners. Wishing again to thank you and our maniy friends.ear
PRO SPE RIT r
We carry the following Farm Implements and when
ever they are used they bring prosperity;
Chattanooga. No. 70. Light, One-horse Plow. -
Chattanooga, No. 72 l-3, Light. Two-horse flow~
Chattaneoga, No. 63, Heavy, Two-horse Plow.
Chattanooga, No. 17, Middle Breaker and Subsoiler
Chattanooga, No. 18, Middle Breaker.
Svracuse, No. 4.59. Light;-,One-horse Plow.
.4-raen~se, No. 4t6, Light, Tivo-horse- P1ow.
A nuew Steel Beam Dixie Plow.
The McKay [Famous Sulky Stalk Cutter.
The above Farm Implements being especially -adopted
to our soil, out-class all others ever ussed in (;larendon county.
0t K..Stoves and Ranges.
r'he Matchlss for Strength,
American Wire Fence.
A futll stock of everything in our line at prices that defy
comnpetition. Whether you come buy or not you will always
gret a hearty welcome at our place of business.
TH MANNIN HAUTAIN OIPAII.
the use ofagoodhxative, to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of und~ig5
fofrmgettinginto your system.
Th aetproduct of san ir VELVO Lamtive tivr Syrup, purely vegetable,get,
reliate~ and of a pmeasnt, aromatic taste. Velvo acts on the liver, as weil as cn the
stomach and bowels, and is of the greatest psibe efficacy in cnnettet~inn indgeslon,
biliousness, sickc headahe, everlsh ess, enlec.A te ne, etc. Ty V F 1