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Saved His Wife's Life.
!.ofl wie uihave bee&n in he,
rave to day," writes 0. H1. l3rowu, 0
'Iuscadiue. Ala., "if it had not, been fo,
Dv. King's New Discovery. She was
down in her bed. not ar to ge:t ur
with::ut heiv. She had a severe bron
chial trouble and a dreadful cough. 1
got her a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery, and she soon began to mend, ant
was well in a short time " Infallible fo!
coughs and colds, it's the most reliabh
remedy on earth for desperate luni
trouble. hemorrhages, iagrippe, asthmz
hay fever, croup and wboping cough
50e and S1.00. Trial bottle free. Guar
ante-d by all druggists.
Roprimand For Tennyson.
On one occasion when Tennysor
was Ou a visit in Ireland with Aubrey
de Vere a sullen mood overtook him,
and 'ie sought out his hostess and be
gun to inveigh against the inanity of
dancing, but the lady cut him short
saying: "How would the world get or
if others went about growling at its
amusements in a voice as deep as a
lion's? I request that you will go up
stairs. put on an evening coat and
come down and ask my daughter So
pbia to dance." -
She Knew Him.
Husband (excitedly)-My dear, this
indies' tailor you employed says in this
note if I did not settle your bill be
will bring suit promptly. Wize (care
lessly)-Don't worry, dear: that mar
makes you wait weeks. He never did
bring suits promptly. - Baltimore
"Men are so hideously lacking in
self control." a young girl once said to
"Well. don't find fault with that.:
the mother answered. "If they weren't
most girls would die old maids."
in the hour of distress and miserS
the eye of every mortal turns to
friendship. In the hour of gladness
and conviviality what is your want,
It Is friendship.
Protecting Its Appearance.
'-*What are those hideous cards past
ed all over that wall?"
-They're 'Post No Bills' signs."
New York Telegraph.
A great man Is made up of qualities
that make or meet great occasions.
Foley's Kidney Remedy
is par:.icularly recommended for chronic
cases of kidney and bladder trouble. It
tends to regulate and control the kidney
and 'bladder action and is healinec
strengthening and bracing. W E.
Brown & Co.
Home diy- n Name.
A young teacher who has substitut
ed in the lower districts of the city
tells this little story of one of her pu
There had been an entertainment at
the school at which the child had re
ceived a picture from the principal.
The next 4ay the little girl .appeared
with the picture under her arm. Quite
-regretfully she laid it-upon the teach
-Mom says tpank you for the pic
ture., she imparted. drawing up her
ragged little form. "liut we ain't got
no wall to hang it on."
-No wall!" cried the horrified young
substitute. "Why. Molly, what do you
-'There's five families of us in our
room." Molly explained carelessly,
"and we live in the middle."-Phila
- The Bloodletting Branch.
Not every pun is as good as one
credited to a Dublin gentleman of
- long ago by the author of a book en
titled "In Many Lands." George IV..
on his visit to Dublin in 1821, met at a
*reception Sir Philip Crampton,. Ive'
*land's greatest surgeon.
"In what branch of the service is
that magnificent looking man?" asked
The gentleman to whom the question
was put was too polite to hint that the
king was mistaken in suppostig thai
te distinguished surgeon was a naval
or military officer.
"Sire," he replied, "be is a general
in the lancers."
F. S. Rexford, 615 New Yor k LifE
Bldg.. Kansas City. Mo., says: "I hada
severe attack of a cold wbichr settled it
my back and kidneys and I was in great
pain from my trouble. A friend recomn
mended Foley Kidney Pills and I used
two bottles of them and they bave done
me a world of good." W. E. Brown &
Cause Fcr Tler. ..
Small Elmer, who' n:l ,r: r' en-ea2
a severe scolding. SanI -Ari I in-:
so bad. mamima'
"Yes. Elme'r." she rep:ieft 'von fare
been a very, very b::d h
a moment's refieciomn. 'youm insmtnr to
be thankful th::t I ain't. I wmns "- Chi
Seyond the Husband Stage
"You say you arre your wife's third
husband?" said one~ mant to niuother
during a talk.
"No: I am her fourth husband." was
"Heavens. man." said the first man,
-youl are not ai husband: you're S
hbibt!"-Landies- Homte Journal.
Lady-Why do you give me this bit
of paper? Tramp-Madam. I do noi
like to criticise your soup, but it is not
like mother used to make. Allow. met
to give you hgr r-ecipe - F-liegende' blat
Agreeable advice is rarely useful ad
A Peek Into His Pocket
would show the box of Bucklen's .Arni
ca Salve that E. S. Loper, a carpenter
of Mailla, N. Y., always carries."]
have never had a cut, wound, bruise, 01
sore it would not soon heat"~ he writes
Greatest nealer of burns, bolis, scalds
chapped hands and lips, fever-sores
skin.-eruptions, eczema, corns an'1 piles
25c at. all druggists.
Young Mr. Highup-Going abroat
you say? But have you seen Americt
first? Mrs. Blase-Oh, yes; there'!
hardly a spot in New York we haven'!
Women Will Be Logical.
Mrs. Hoyle-Don't you think my bo:
Is growing? Mrs. Doyle-Yes; he I
pretty large for his mother's age.
The people once belonged to thi
kings: now the kings belong to the
Saw His Chatce. -Sf
W all Westeestr coun' was
thrilling wtb th'e p:-ospect of a nil
road competition an agent of the new
company that was to bui'd went
through Pelbaw 1anor bouly proper
ty for the right of way. He raug the
doorbell of one resident, who was ur
Ing in a rented house at $50 a month. -
"Will you take $6,000 for this
house?" demanded the agent
"Oh, no, I couldn't." stammered the
"Will you take $8,000?"
"I couldn't do it"
"Well, think it over."
Mr. Tenant foxily runs around to E
the owner of the property and gets an
agreement to sell him the property
for $G.000 If he can raise the money.
The railroad's agent returns.
"Will you take $9,000"
Oh. yes. there is such a thing as
luck when a man has the wits to see
it coming his way.-New York Press.
Killing an Unfaithful Lover.
When a Japanese girl has been
slighted by her lover she revenges her
self according to the following quaint
custom: In the dawn of the early
morning she rises and puts on a white
robe and white clogs. Round her neck
she hangs a small mirror, which falls
to her breast, and on her head she
puts a metal crown with three points.
each point bearing a lighted candle.
Iii her' left hand she carries a small
figure of straw or rags-supposed to
represent her unfaithful lover-and
this she nails to one of the sacred trees
surrounding the family shrine. She
then prays for the death of the man,
vowing that if this comes to pass
she will pull out the nails which are
hurting the sacred tree and make of
ferings to comfort her family god. Ev
ery night she com6s to the shrine.
strikes in two more nails and makes
the same prayer. her Idea being that
the god. to save his tree from further
Injnry. will kill her lover.
A Strange Species of Deer.
Just above the buffet in the dining
room of a Richmond house there
hangs a huge. finely mounted antlered
head. This trophy of the owners
hunting prowess is fastened so firmly
to the wall that the glistening neck
seems to be coming right out through
the p!ster. When a little boy' from
the city saw this decoration for the
first time he eyed It with considerable
curiosity and very evident uneasiness.
It looked almost too lifelike for com
fort. Finally the youngster asked to
be excused and slipped from his chair,
going into the next room. He return
ed to the dining room flushed with
"What's the matter. Harry?" asked
"I wanted to see," explained the
child sheepishly, "if that animal's legs
were really as long as that or if he
were standing on something in the in"
A Clear Case.
The beautiful young prisoner entered
the box In her own behalf
"What is your age, miss?" asked the
-"Forty-eight," was the steady repy.
The feminine jury caught its breath
with an audible little gasp and sat)
"-How much did you pay for the hat
you are wearing?"'
"Are you guilty of the crime that is
charged against you'?"
Thus did the wily prisoner attempt
to establish her veracity and then con
vince the jury that she was ininocent
But don't forget that this was a jury
or women- A verdict of incurable in
sanity was brought in-New YorkI
"Yarbs" We Have Known.
What has become of the elderly lady
who in the seventies and earlier al
ways referred to an "herb" asa
"yarb?" The word has gone out of)
use. About the meanest "yarb" was a
bitter weed named "thoroughwort." C
Then there was cammermile, dockrootf
and dandelion, In their miserable part
nership. lobelia and catnip. Thes
things were ''steeped," and you took
them or bad them thrust upon you
"for your blood."-Minneapolis Jour
Nearly a Joke. I
The humorist was In a brown study.
"I'll get It yet," he muttered.
"What's the matter, dear?' his wife
Inquired. "You seem to he puzzled
"Yes." the jokesmith replied. "I'm
trying to make a 'stitch In time' joke
about the girl who is darning the
clocks In her stockings-"
I .Useless Sacrifice.
Duncanhad eaten, with symptoms of -
pleasure, his first shrimp, but the
mushroom that followed it proved less
to his liking.
"Mother" he said, pushing the part
ly eaten agarie to the far edge of his'
plate. "I wish they hadn't killed that
No Crown For Him.
Sunday School Teacher-If you are
a good boy. Willie. you will go to
heaven and have a gold crown on your ''
head. Willie-Not for mine, then.I
had one of them things put on a tooth
Not Much Resistance.
"Did the prisoner off'er any resist-.
"Only a shilling, your wurshap, and
I wouldn't take It."
"And why do you claim that it was
with malice aforethought that the au
tomobile defendant ran down the com
"On the morning it happened, your
honor, I heard him say that he was
going to take out his new auto and see
if he could not ran across a few peo
'Iple he knew."-IIoustonl Post
A Giddy Girl.
"Is your daughter of a practical turn
"No; she is very frivolous- Wants toj
take cooking lessons instead of per
fectig her game of bridge."-Ex
change. __ _ _ _ _ _ _
His Honest Face
1"Anyway, he has an honest face."
"Hoest? You surprise me."
"Yes; it's the only honest thing about
him. It shows how dishonest he really
~Rheumatism Relieved in 6 Hours.
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in a few hours. Its action upon the
system is remarkable and effective. It
removes the cause and the disease
quickly disappears. First dose benefits. p
Ilave You Voted I
You can own this Piano without any cost to you. Are
you ready for it?' is a Seminrole, handsoim- in Cse de
sign and super> In tone. The singing qualities are -
markaby. sweet. and it is a iavorite with many prominent
musicians. It will be given away to the most popular
person, school, lodge or church. Each cash payment at
our store entitles the custiner to a vote. Get busy and
enlist the aid of your friends and secure this magnificient -
pl. -,a Seminole $450 Piano.
COME AND SEE THE PIANO.
It is worth your while to investigate the merits of
this beautiful piano. It is just the instrument you would
want to buy and to think you can secure it free for just
a little hustle on .our part.
HOW TO WIN.
Request your friend- and neighbors to spend their
money at our place and cast their votes for you. If
your Sunday School has been needing a Piano, work for
this one. If you have been wanting a Piano and have
not felt just ready to make a purchase, just d little hustle
among yonr friends and the placing of your trade with us
will secure this elegant. high-grade Piano Free.
Our line of Goods is just as complete. We have as
ood values and extend as many courtesies as any place
in town. We will certainly appreciate your trade. You
hare the chance securing the Piano, and your friends
will not hesitate to trade with us if you suggest that it
will help you to secure this Piano.
Rigby Dry Goods Co.
Consult your Physician, then take your Prescription
o Zeigler's Pharmacy.
THERE AXRE REASONS
Every Prescriptiort tied by Graduate Registered4
Every Prescription sent for and delivered, "Rush!"
[fyou wish it.
1,000 Votes on the Piano for each Prescription filled.-~
We have just put. in new spacious Prescription4
Counters, which enables us to better handle our steadilyq
increasing Prescription work.4
Remember its absolutely safe and accurate if filled by
Manning, 5. C.
Call and see us when in need of a first- (
class horse or mule right.
JUST' 1tECEIVED: 2 cars of fine Horses and Mules.
2 cars of Buggies.
1 ear of Moline. 2 and 4-horse WVagoos.
1 car. of Moline, 1-horse Wagons.
I car of the celebrated .\ohne Farm Imple- '
ments. consisting. (f the following:
Stalk Choppers. Harrows, Corn and Cotton P'lanters. Blue Bird
one and twe-horse Steel Turn ['lows and Cultivators.
For the Following
The Hudson. Chalmers and Hup.,
in all models.
10. 12 and 14 Sumter St. Sumter, S. C.
Local and Long Distance 'Phone 553. '
. Dvs. J.A ENEG CPEPS (of south Crolina).
JOSEPH D. WRIG HT.
VlS & WEINBERG. I CpeRS & waIWIT,
A TTORNEYS A T L A W, A T oRNEYS AT L
MANNING, S. C.EvnBudi,
om attention given to collections WA.sHINGTON, D. C.
I SAGE TEA WILL
DARKE THE HAIR
Restore Faded and Gray Hair
to Natural Color-Dandruff
There is nothing new about the idea
I of using sage for restor'ng the color of
the hair. Our great-grandmothers kept
their locks soft, dark and glossy by
using a "sage tea." Whenever their
hair fell out or took on a dull, faded or
streaked appearance they made, a brew
of sage leaves and applied it to their
hair, with wonderfully beneficial effect.
Nowadays we don't have to resort to
old-time, tiresome methods of gathering
the herbs and making the tea. - This is
done by skillful chemists better than we
could do it ourselves, and all we have to
do is to call for the ready-made product,
Wyeth's Sage and Sulp#ur Hair Rem
edy. containing sage in the proper
strength, with the addition of sulphur, 1
another old-time scalp remedy.
The manufacturers of this remedy
authorize druggists to sell it under guar- 1
antee that the money will be refunded if
it fails to do exactly as represented.
This. preparation is offered to the
public at fifty cents a bottle. and- is
recommended and sold by all druggists.
We have opened up a tirst class meat
market, at Sardinia. and will alvays
have a full supply of fresh meats. We
will also carry ice at all times.
Give Us Your Patronage.
Sardinia Palace Meat Market.
W. K. TAVEL,
Sumter, S. C.
Otfice Over Bank of Sumter.
HERE IS A BARGAIN!
605 acres of Clarendon land will
be sold cheap, 300 acres cleared
This land is well located for
farming. Church and school near.
For particulars address,
C. F. RAWLIlSON & CO.,
Davis Station, S. C.
SOF AL L KINDS
SMouzon 's Grocery
P. B. MOUZON, PROP.
Hacker Mfg. Co.
I ~ SUCCESSORS TO
Geo, S. Hacker & Son,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
bDoors, Sash and Blinds; Columns
and Balusters: Grilles and Gable
Ornaments: Screen Doors and
SWE DEAL IN
FGlass. Sash Cord and Weights.
DR. .1. A. COLE.
S Upstairs over Bank of Manning.
MA NNING, s.' C.
SPhone No 'T7.
ATTOR~NEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
SWhat They Will Do for You
They will cure your backache,
strengthen your kidneys, cor.
rect urinary irregularities, build
up the worn out tissues, and
eliminate the excess uric acid
that causes rheumatism. Pre
vent Bright's Disease and Dia.
bates, and restore health and
Istrength. Refuse substitutes.
W. E. BROWN & CO.
and the tdeal
Two wonders in the kitchen. The Ladies
are invited to inspect these. A new and
beautiful line of
just received. Reed's guaranteed Enamel
Ware. Farmers' Supplies in every line.
Paints. Oils, and Varnishes. In- fact every
thing in first-class hardware can always be
I Plwe HwrEC u
1I&NNING KARRDWlE COM
I Where Can be Found
The Celebrated Prosperity -Farm 4
The Beautiful Sanitary Wall Coat
The High-grade Paints and Varn
The Incomparable 0. K. Stoves and C
The Matchless for Strength Ameri
can Wire Fence.
The Everlasting Hickory Leather
The Full Stock of Hardware, Enam- 4
elware and Crockery.
T he Hearty Weicomi fo il our <
SMany Friends, at The
IReliable Spring Goods'
At D. IHirschman's.
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 your
mail orders, or see you if you are coming to
Manning, and you can depend upon getting
a Square Deal just as advertised, as a continu
ance of your trade is looked for, it will pay
you to call on us.I
Almost anything in the line of Men's, Boy's,I
and Children's Clothing at Cut Prices.
and ler-b'lesnbeprine Moe i h bakden4 uolk
I twt.fll w a oieJdbe orbae~Hv o vrtogthwmn
as adniista i f henn es gt ate o f yuPeteryu mne
JareTdc\ARTE AN ACOTTlE, BN FANN
9. sh in ydrmocet inceis trat o aentnerya rayt
Mannkeitg S ., tobu n thin yo1ee911.n tiean hikn
Notie o Dichage. Why not take a trip to Florida<
I wll ppl totheJude o Prbat Cba? Thley have been brought wit:
CorClrede cunyOQth 8h ayin easy reach by the splend
of ul 111 fo lttrsof ishageThrough Train Service of the A
as dmiistatr o th esat ofPetr~lantic Coast Line Railroad. Write f<
Juvre, eceaedillustrated booklets, rates or at
~VALE~tB. JAYOE, other information, which will 1
A duinitraor. cheerfully fu rnished.
MannngS C. Jue 7t, 111.T. C. WHITE,
Gen. Pass. Agent,
. O. PriwY- s. orivER O URYAN. Wilintgton, N.
URDY & O'BRYA N. DR. .1. FR ANK G EIGI R.
Attorneys and Counselors at Law, DENTIST,
MANNITG. S. C. M ANN[ING,. C.
STATE OF SOUTH gABOL
-4 Clarend o C0inty1
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Richard I. Manning. Assignee, Plain
1H. A. Brailsford and Hennie Brails-,
2 ford. (an infant under fourteen
a years of age,)-sole heirs at law and
distribatees of Carrie D. Brailsford.
2 deceased, Defendants.
Z UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Z Judgment Order of the Court of CoM
2 mon Pleas, in the above stated ae
a tion, to me directed, bearing date of
a June 2, 1911, 1 will sell at. pub
2 lie auction, to the highest bidder, for
- cash, at Clarendon Court House, at
Manning, in said county,'ithii theil
Slegal-hours for judicial sales, on Moh
day, the 3rd day of July, 1911, being
salesday, the following described real
2 All that tract of land sitnate, lyin
2 and being in the county of Claren
2 don, in the State aforesaid. cojtain
2 ing one hundred and twenty-eiiht
and one-half (12S8) acres, more or
a less, and bounded on the Northwest
, by lands of R. S. DeSehamps; on the
East by lands of John M. DeSchamps
0 on.the South by lands ofR. A. Lw
2 rence and' by other lands 6f mine
(Mrs. Carrie D..3railsford,) and on
a the' Western sides by lauds of R'S
2 DeSehamps and by- other lands of
a mine, and by lands of R. A.Law*rene
2 being the tract of land referred to- in
2 an instrument signed by R. S.;-De
Z Schamps, .. M.De bamps.and Brace
W. DeSchamps, dated December15th ,
w 1904 and recorded in the office of the
: C. C. C. P. for Clarendon d6unty: n
Book Q. 3, Page 14; and being -the
tract designated as Lot A. on, a ..plat
of "Oaklands' plantation made by
Harmon D. Moise, Surveyor, and
dated December 14th, 1904 and re
corded in said office in Book i. at
Purchasers to pay for papers.
Sheriff Clareidon County
FARM WAN., -
I desire a goodFarm
from THREE to FE
hundred Acres; musthe
good value forithe piie
asked live full patien
lars first letter.
Lock Box, 121,
Woodmen of the World.
Meets on First Monday ni hts
Visiting Sovereigns invited.
Sodersato nduroiture C
SUM1'ERTON, S. C.
Everything of the best fcr
the personalavear and adorn
ment of both sexes.
.We fll mail orders cateintly
Charleston. S. C.
Only Licensed Pharma
SW. E. Brown & Co.
SJ. II. HAWKINS, Mgr. -
I- DIUCHS 7a or&$L.OO -
AND AILIIROAT AND~ LUNG TROUBLES
GC/A RAN TEED $AT/$PACTOQY
nR MON EY REFUNDED.