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In the Wait of te Mses.
The little son of Mrs. 0. B. Palme
Little Rock- Ark., had the measl(
The result was a severe cough whi<
grew worse and he could not sleep. S
says: "One bottle of Foley's Honey ai
Tar Compound completely cured hi
and he has never been bothered since,
Croup, whooping cough, measles couc
all yield to Foley's Honey and Tar co
pound. The genuine is in the yellC
package always. Refuse substitute
W. E. Brown & Co.
- Strlies of the~ Paris Courts.
Among humorous stories of the Pa
s.$ law courts it is told how a we
known, lawyer, M. Alem Roussea
3as once pleading a rather tireson
se and, noticing that the judges we
'Ing no attention to him, said, ".
president i falin; asleep I su
'end my speecn." But the judge hz
just ,woke up and cried, "And I su
pend you from practicing for s
months." Nothing daunted, the la,
' retorted, "Well, I suspend myse
ver and ever;" and, gathering i
Wis brief and cap, he left the cou
bnd never appeared again.
I A Paris barrister, M. Clery, howeve
more vigorous. Seeing that t]
kvdent and the assessors were 2
paleep, he stopped, and, dealing a t
'US blow on the desk in front,
thp woke everybody up with
ktart, he cried, "Yesterday at this sax
$tour I was saying"- And the who
bench rubbed their eyes and asked eai
pther-If they had really slept thron
The same counsel, was 'plading
Iersaineson a cold- day and remark
that the Judges were all turning mo
ind more aroupd toward -a stove th
ave out a-welcome heat "The trib
behind? which I have the honor
b'roughtthem an'right abo
He Had a Claim.
In a certain town swas a yong-la
-er whose father was very rich ai
weho had been sent- to an eastern Ia
Wehool. Since his graduation he h
kione nothing except open an office I
eause he had plenty of money. TI
jyoung lawyer was proposed for me]
bership in the local fire company.
"We cannot elect him," one of t
members protested. "The constitutil
of our company says that the me]
.0M of It must sleep and'live here
0. city,. and he- lives out of town I
ia farm andnot in the city at all. I
would be of no value at all in case
jgreat'ight He doesn't sleep he
-No," replied his proposer; "it is tr
jhe- doesa't sleep here at .night, but
Weks. here- in his office all day."
Andtheyelected him on that groUr
f-PhladelPhIa Saturday Evening P0
The Simxple Maid.
"ftas in a simple country town, a
maid of all work was simple a:
t in sympathy. When she i
t ed from shopping half a soveret
. in her change Mrs. Mani
ey was naturally incensed.
Go baek to each shop,.you tareli
'shitold the weeping maid, "a
them you are half a soverel
in your moiey an& they m
~ itayou a
L .Susan'-went and wasdback.again:
-an hour.. Entering her rnLstre
she laid five half sovereis
the tib'le before her. Faithful
she had carried out' M
etter, and each shopkeeper, fearful
wrong and hurtipg a fllow cri
-had thrust the-minsing coinup
wil cure any skin disease. That's
heprice of HIUNT'S CURE, and I1
A. B. Richards Medicine Co.,
.* A Good S.
'AE sportsman of great imaginati
gifts and fond of tellng his explol
-related 'that at one shot he hi
.brought down two partridges and
tare. His explanation was- that,
,though he had only hit one partrids
Athe bird in -fallng had clutched
another partridge 'and brought that
earth entangled In its claws.
"But how about the bare?' he ,w
"01-," was the-calm reply, "my gt
kicked and knocked me backwar
-and I fell on the hare as it ran-past!
An Old Christmas L.aw.
The .general court of Massachuset
Bay Colony, fonlowing the example
the Eigish parlament, in 1659 ena<
ted'M laW that "anybody wh~?o Is fotD
observing, by abstinence from latx
feasting' or any other way, any sty
iWay as Crsm -dyshall pay for e
'pasrePealed In 1681.
It. Got Wartner.
Little WB21le-Say, pa, doesn'tit 2
colder when the thermometer fall
Pa-Yes, my son. Little Wlllie-We
ours has fallen. Pa.-How far? Liti
WJIIe-A&bout five feet, and when
etruck-the ball -foor it broke"
On the Trail
"Irm gumdnw :or ranroads." a
hiounced the trust buster.
"Then-come with me," whispered tl
hear humorist. "Xean show yonesor
HoweU-'Her laugh is ennteIot
Powell-Well, I was in no danger
catching it. She was laughing at n
.-New York Press.
To know the worst is one w
Warning to Railroad Men.
E. S. Bacon, 11 Bast St., Bath, 21
sends out this warning to railroade:
'A conductor on the railroad, my we
'caused a chronic inifiammation of t1
kidneys, and I was miserable and
played out. A friend advised Fol
Kidney Pills and from the day I co:
menced taking them, I began to rega
my strength. The inflammation clear
and I am far better than I haye be
for twenty sears. The weakness a
aizzy spells are a thing of the past a
I highly recommend Foley Kidn
?:lrs." W. E. Brown & Co.
Sung by CLARA BE
Lyric by FRANK TANNEHILL
hope my tern .. per you'l1 for-ge
know that I'm dead stuck onyot
re uin - der-stand,(He)NO mat - ter w
ter -ni -ty! (He)Pd climb thebh
Published by MU]
A buggy ride through the count:
as and the apple blossoms on each sid'
s- briar -bush budding forth, indicates
he The tooting of a strange whistle and
fcars on the Northwestern, the road
a- other can do, brings us home each n
extra is on, pressaginig the early use
-The land is "flushed," only waiting t
In passing I would like to menti<
the wants of our friends -and are p:
-choice of the followirig Distributors:
Rex. We also have the following:
Cotton and Corn, with and without
Cox (there is nothing better), and th<
one that has planted more acres thal
prices will bear comparison with the
are also in touch with the neells of ot
Shovels, Sweeps or Scrapes, in all si
line of F1~arm Bridles.
The number of high tenant hious
proved condition of our country. 15
ing us into own. Brick chimneys at
the order of the day. While on this
for the business. We are headquart<
Cement, Sash, and Mental Roqfing (1
We usually have it when others are
The miles of Fencing and the fat
and droves of suckling pigs in CO
Hannah Plowden, impresses one wit
western smoke house and barn for <
spken of as "way back yonder," like
shipment of Wire has arrived and 1
markets and come and see us, you wi
car unloaded in our warehouse.
re Incidentally, would like to ment
six sets of wire stretchers some whet
Any information in regard to them h
Don't forget our Tin Smith. Wi
work at once and in an up-to-date ma
i the business we have been getting ai
to tion by keeping prices down to low
safely will permit.
ad I ME, C ]
d Acme Plaster, Shingl
r,$ Brick, Drain Pipe, B
Rice Flour, Ship Stu:
0Cow and Chicken Fe<
+ HORSES, N~
s? $Buggies, Wagons and
$Order Too Large or T
t BOOTHHARDY IV
18. **$$ 4H
4. hat AVOID THE STINC
1+thtfollows avoidable mi~stakes. Have
ey : mistakes in spending you might avoid if
jf $. START AN ACCOUNT AT Ti-E
ed : and learn by pleasant experience. IonE
en + cash in your pocket. Once you put it mn
9 take it out to buy anything you see.
ire a Grand Old 'i
CLE JEROME in Gus
Jr. Music b:
(He.) z. Pm writ - ing to
(He.) 2. The rose is red,
t (She) Dear Jake, I take my pen i
(STe) When this you see, re - mem-b
haJ a or do, I ra
ig-t mouai torpd, (S I ry eat.
xc by JEROME H. REMICK &
Canda, xesex,~ by JEROME H. REMICK & Cc
tRAY MUSIC Co., liew York. Used by
)N, S. C., March 1, 1911.
ey with the blooming peach
3, the common fence corner
that spring is nearly nere.
the rushing. by of' a train of
hich does for us what none
ght tells us that the guano
of Fertilizer Distributors.1
o be worked.
) that we have anticipated
repared. to offer them their
Cole, K. P. Gantt, Gem and
Planters: Cole Combination
the guano attachment; the
Old Reliable Dowlow, the
i all others combined. -Our
surrounding markets. We J1
ir trade in the way of Straight 3
zes. We also have an elegant .
s being built shows the im- 1
. cotton is gradually bring- ~
d metal roofs seems to be
subject, will put in a word I
ars for this section for Lime, y
oth galvanized and painted).
arrows with the old sow h
mection with the record of
abte idea; that the day of the
ur people is past; merely ri
the war or earthquake. Ou~r y
he price is right. Try the
11 buy. No drayage, to pay,
ion that we have lost five or
'e in our surrounding country.
ill be appreciated.
are prepared to do metal A
,nner. We are grateful for
d are showing our apprecia- A
est point that our business A
TON HARDWARE CO.
s Laths, Fire
te N :: :: : :
, Bran, Mixed
E STOCK CO. I
OF REMORSE i
you ever thought how many$
you bankea your money? + i
BANK OF MANNING
y in the bank doesn't burn like j
ou are not. nearly as ready to +
You think twice and thmnking
Sohlke's prodca n
y WILLIAM J. McKENNA
you, dear Ja - nette, I
the vio - let blue, You
a hand And hope that you will
er me, I1l love you thro e -
ly, tru -'ly,. love but you, But
.ing heart will ney - erstop,(He)What
. OF CONTESTANTS . .
iarjorene Reardon. .33,731
anie Wilson...... ....18,00
fiss Shorter...... .....80,001
fiss Graham.......... 21,77i
~uth Galloway..... ...10,001
fanning Library... .... 8,004
[rs. J. J. Nettles.. ..... 3,001
fiss Daisy Crowder ..... 7001
'oro Bagnal...... ....5,001
'asca Tur-beville...... .4,00(
rma Weinberg ....... .5,00(
fiss Katy Gaillard.....10,554
fiss Gussie Appelt. ..,...4,001
~fiss Bessie Harvin.....12,94(
iiss Fannie Sauls......3,50(
iiss Susie Harvin... .. ..8,25'
4iss May Strange. .... .5,92'
fiss Annie Hirschmann.. 12,971
fiss Isabel Thomas...4,004
4iss Caro Bradham...... 4,00'
fiss Kimmie Johnson. 4,004
fiss Emily Geiger......5.001
iss Ruth Watson..... .. 5,001
fiss Helen Thames. .10,001
fss Irma McKelvy...20,80'
fiss Jennie Land.......5,001
iss Willie Briggs......4,001
fiss Allene Rigby..... .4,001
iiss Alma Hodge....... 5,03!
fss Louise Huggins.. .. 4,004
fiss Nellie Hodge..... .4,001
frs. J. A. Cole.... . ... .5,001
fiss Annie Lee Wie..3,00)
fiss Maggie Montgomery 3,004
fiss Annie Thigpen...2,50(
iss Annie Alsbrook... 2,02!
Bring in your votes every Wed
esday and tell your friends t<
et you votes by trading at
)00 Votes withEach Prescriptioi
RANT'S DRUG STORE
rhe Licensed Druggist,
Sells Everything in
IUSm and MEDICINES
. 0 you,(SAe)But you,(He)But you,(,em)Butyot
ibuts" in there she'll think I am
"nextsin there that it's a bar- 1
(e) Love me when Pm right or wrongo(
be l"deadsure."(Se) upyourmindt
parson, a wit-ness, a wed-ding wri
s't Love aGrad Old-Thing?
Where Can be
The Celebrated Prc
The Beautiful Sanita
The High-grade Paii
The Incompsarable 0.
The Ma~tchless for St
The Everlasting Hit
)The Full Stock of Hal
elware and Crockery.
The Hearty? Welcol
Many Friends, at The
)and the Automobile peoT>le kn ow
Sonly practical business Automnob
The Bruish &
SThe most practical economical, a:
'to go over 2o miles of our worst
Sgallon of gasoline.
) We guarantee the springs no1
the load or the road.
Write or ask us about this
TO THE TIMES A
Now an-swer, please, this note...... (He) If
gThro life I'l be your prop...... (He) Shel thiz
a goat.. (She) Love me lit -tle, love
ke) Love me wheth-er rich or poor, (9e)Donft
W I n t ( e )akgadl th i
eyt a Co) eat h t rf
I- ove a d -
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l e a Pins.
Facine i i
dserti Far mae
road w isne S
le n th make. C.DVI
3d cRtn car de.1s a2
Deav You thosete iV in .'UI
Foley Kidney Pills furnish you the
right kind of help to neutralize and re- -
leave al those hoe the poisons Lbat cause backache.
headache. nervousness, and other kid
k with al those nev and bladder ailments. W. E. Brown
Scholarship and Entrance Exam
The examination for the award of
- vacant scholarships in Winthrop Col'.
lege and for the admission of new,
students will bc held at- the- eounty
court house on Friday, July 7,at-s
a. n. Applicants must .be not- jesZs
than fifteen years of - age. W-When
Scholarships are vacant after July '
they will be awarded to those mak
ing the highest average at this ex
amination, provided they meet:-the
conditions governing the award Ap
plicauts for scholarshfpstihoddlwrte
to President Johnson before the .ex-d
amination for Scholarship examina; -
LO tion blanks. -
Scholarships- are wrhf0nd
free tuition. The next session w1l
open September 2Oth;' -1911 For
farther information and catalogcte
Pres. D. B. Johnson, Rock 11H1= C
m--- FOR SALE- )
trnkyou d, but HERE IS EAR6MN
605 acres-of Cl ia nd i
be sold cheap 300 aces el
This land is well .iocated Ior -
For particulars address
- - -. C.F RAWUNSON& O.
-iSmtater -C ~
CvF Engineer 7
-Office Ove Binkfo
On Frs-salass Ra Et~Z
- -ATTo0 YS A
ad The Ideals
wonders in the itchen. TheLde i
ted to inspect these. A nowa~s:
eived. Reed's guaranteed Ename -
Farmerst Supplies in >every Imiea d
Oils, and Varnishes. In fact-every- i
first-class hardware can alwgays bei
able Spring Goods T
At D. Hiirschman's.I
OUR prices are right, that's our secret of
holding trade, and why we are growing larg
er all the time: Always pleasant to fill yotl
rail orders, or see you if you are comn 't
Mannig, and you can depend uprn gQ ting
Square Deal just as advertised, as a continu
ance of your trade is looked for, it will pay
on to call on us.
most anything in the line of Men's. Boy's,
md Children's Clothing at Cut P'rices.
WIIfRG JOHN G. CAPERS. (Of South Carolina).
J. A WEINERG'Ex-Commissioner Internal Revneue.
JOSEPH D. WRIGHT.
INBERG, CAPERS & WRIGHT,
S AT LAW, AT ORNEYS AT LAW,
-NG S. C. Evans Building.
a itentocoletins ITeepon.WASHINGTON, D. C. an6