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The Biggest Store,:
It is useless to explain
Northern, markets. Of cou
pockets, because during hi
body has been expecting a
ever before. We have now
line in all departments am
purchased at our store at
impossible in this limited
Men's Suits, sold elsewhere at $25.00, our price...........
Men's Suits, sold elsewhere at 120.00, our price...........
Men's Suits, sold elsewhere at $15.00, our price...........
Mven's Suits, sold elsewhere at $10. 00, our price.. . . .. ..
We will close out our Spring and Summer Suits, regardli
Trousers, the $1.50 kind, we will sell at 89c. Other Trousers,
also Boy's School Suits, reduced in proportion.
BNature's air estorer
WRestores Gray Hlair to*
Sulphur is a Natural Element of the IHair~
When there is not a sufficient amount of sulphur
in the hair, it loses its life, color and strength,
turns gray, and falls ouit. There are many forms
of sulphur, but only one kind that is suitable for
* treatrnent of the hair and scalp, and that is the
kind used in, prein WYETH'S SAGE
AND SULPHUR HAIR EMEDY.
We Have the Secret, and We ive You the Benefit of
It at an Exceedingly Low Price
For two or three ears mynair had been falling out:
and getting quite thin, until the top of my head was
BALDNESS entirely bald. About four months ago I commenced
BALDNESS sing -Sage and su1p~mr. The first bottle seemed to
CURED do some good and 1 kept using it regularly, until now
*I have used four bottles. The whole top of my head
is now fairly covered grih hair. and it keeps coming
in thicker. I shall keep on using it a while longer, as
I notice a constant improvemnrt.
STEP'EN BACON, Rochester, N, C
50c. and $1 Bottles, At All Druggists Os:rea:d
SWYETH CHEMICAL COMPANY
* 74 CORTLANDT. ST., NEW YORK CITY. N. Y.
A 25e Cake of Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Toilet Soap Free to anyone
FE.,who will send us this advertisemlent with 10c in stamps to cover cost
of wrapping and. mailing the soap.
THE HOME BANK AND TRUST COD
MYANNING, S. C.
Banking as we have it now is of recent growth. Not very long ago~ i ere
werefew anksand they were patronized only by men w bo did a large busme~ss.
wl er h ade their savings in strong boxes or in hidden phte.,---such~ as
loose brick in the tire place, the middle of a maittress, or a hole in the. gr'ound.
Under the conditions of other times this was t'he best that conudb done: but time
and again all of a man's capital or all of the~ saving.s of a htaniiy were s.we pt away
by fire, storm or thieft. Sometimes the head of'thiefamfly. deu without dh~~isel"
the hiding place of his money and his family suffered as a ra Uit.
All of this is unnecessary now, and our bank wiil take yur money. keep itt
safely for you and return it to you or to the persons in whouw !arvr yu draw
checks at any time and in such amounts as you wish. In tmiw way you ar e abso
lutely guarded from loss. Besides this, if y ou wish, you can detiosit yo on oneyi
in the savings department and it will begin at once' to earn mo're moe V or you.
HOM DANK AND TRUST COMPANY
s stay, North
big sale, but ii
in stock the I
i only ask yo
a great savin
space we will
...... 15 00 Se
........$12 75 Shoes,
.... $.S9 50 Ti
......... 8 7 50 the $3.00
~ss of cost. Men's 98c.
Men's and Boy's, A:
H-ow Ho Won the Votes.
A physician in a small town wanted
to be mayor. Politicians told him he
had no chance-the machine was
against him. A few days before the
election he printed the following card
in the paper:.
"To the People of Bingtown-i am
getting old and have decided that be
fore I die I would like to be mayor of
Bingtown. I have no particular plat
form to run on except that I want the
office. I have lived here forty years,
have paid my taxes without a murmur,
collected what I could and forgiven
and forgotten many omissions. If I
am not elected I will publish in the
Bingtown Herald what I know about
people in this community."
When the votes were counted the old
doctor received all but three, and those
three were cast by people who had
r'oved into the town that spring.-St.
The Property Man Knew.
An English actor tells a good story
of the old days of the touring fitup
companies. They were at Oldhamn
playing a melodrama called "Current
Cash." One of the properties essential
to the piece was a light rowing scull,
with which the hero had to push him
self off' into the stream. When the
company reached Oldham the oar was
missing, but the property man prom
ised to have one ready for the even
ing's performance, says the Pall Mall
.azette. That afternoon, with evident
pride, he produced from the sacred re
ceses of his room a real human skull,
and when it was pointed out to him
that it was hardly what was required
he declared in haughty tones:.
"If that skull's good enough for
'Hamlet' it ought to be good enough
for a piece like 'Current Cash.' "
Thanking the Bishop.
A vicar in England was taken sud
denly ill, and his church warden was
in great difficulty about getting a sub
stitute when the bishop of the diocese,
hearing of the circumstance, offered to
take the Sunday services himself. The
church warden, wishing "to do the
right thing," at the close of the service
went up to the bishop and after thank
ig him stammered out, "A poorer
preacher would have done for us, your
lordship, but we were unable to find
The American Temperament.
"You observe," remarked the host,
who was showing the distinguished for
eign visitor around Newport, "'that we
Americans devote ourselves to pleasure
regardless of expense."
"'d hardly put it that way," retorted
the witty foreigner. "Rather you de
vote yourselves to expense regardless
of pleasure."-B~oston Transcript.
"Footlite is a good actor," said a
playwright who was criticising a New
York production wherein the hero's
part was very badly cast, -'and in tils
part he does his best; but, by Jove,
doesn't he remind you of a man trying
to play a Tschaikowsky symphony on
"Why don't you make hay while the
sn shines and"
"ITub! If I tried to do that it'd just
be my huck to get sunstruck."-Phila
dy is happy t
rT knows what
bhebought up 1
tstead of callir
ir inspection a
.g. We would1I
. quote a few
tz, Rice and Hutchins, May Mant
*e will sell at-the following cut-pr
e 85.00 kind Reduced to $4.00; the
kind, $2.25; the $2.50 kind, $1.90
.1 Low-cut Shoes and odds and end
ce to clean up.
Everybody is familiar with the little
savings banks for ten cent pieces. the
kind that holds fifty dimes and cannot
be opened until it is full. Such a bank
was given to a little girl - and her
brotlier, the children of a Washington
officiaL. It contained one dime, a nest
egg. The day was warm and soon the
desire of the joint owners of the bank
to convert the deposit into two glasses
of soda water became all but uncon
trollable. The question was bow to
get the money out. Finally the boy
destined, his father thinks, to become
a Napoleon of finance-hit upon a plan
and dragged his sister to the nearest
drug store. There he explained tlbe
situation to the man behind the counter
and broached his plan of; operations.
In short, he asked the man to lend
him forty-nine ten cent pieces for a
minute or two. The man was ready
for a customer, produced the needed
coins, and the little boy and girl went
home pennIless and happy.--New York
The Blow on the Jaw.
A man struck with any degree of
force upon the mental area-of the jaw,
although he -may be in perfect physic'al
condition, instantly'collapses and falls
to the ground, says a medical journal.
The attitude assumed in recovery,
which may be instantaneous or delay
ed some minutes, is most characteris
tic. He squirms about, raises his head
and rolls his eyes in an attempt to lo
cate himself. He tries to get on his
side and elbow; he endeavors to rise
upon his hands and knees. If he re
gains his feet he staggers like a drunk
en man, and should he proceed to re
open hostilities he is usually prompt
ly "put out" by his adversary. The
blow is practically never fatal; the
heart's action is never unduly acceler
ated; the pulse and respiration are nor
mal; the pupils are normal; there is no
headache, no sweats, no cold extremi
ties, no pallor-none of the ordinary
signs of shock or concussion.
When the Time Comes.
Man little knows what calamities are
beyond his patience to bear till he tries
them. As in ascending the heights of
ambition, which look bright from be
low, every step we rise s~ows us some
new and gloomy prospect of hidden
disappointment, so in our descent from
the summits of pleasure, though the
vale of misery below may appear at
first dark and gloomy, yet the busy
mind, still attentive to its own amuse
ment, finds as we descend something
to flatter alnd to please. Still, as we
approach the darkest objects appear
to brighten and the mortal eye be
comes adapted to its gloomy situation.
When the World Is Full..
The mean decennial rate of increase
in the population of the world Is S per
cent, and at this rate the 28,000.000
square miles comprising the fertile re
gions of the eairth, which Rlavenstein
computed can only support 207 persons
per square mile, will have their maxi
mum population of 5,994,000,000 per
sons in the year 2072. This estimate
allows fourteen persons per square
mile in the 18,000,000 scituare miles of
steppes and deserts.
Makes Kidneys and Bladder Right
> know that Mr. Krasnoff has
that means. Krasnoff's returi
bhe biggest bargains for his trE
ig it a sale we will give you ev
aent of 'all up-to-date goods.
nd we can convince you tha
ike to give you prices on all o
prices at random:
on and other well-known best makes of Furniture is a side]
es: in old-timers in that line
$4.00 kind, $3.25; the $3.50 kind, $2.85;
fore, sell all Furniture at
the $2.00 kind, 81.25; the $1.25 kind* oe elalFriuea
will be to your own benefi
s High-cut Shoes will be sold at a sacri- of up-to-date Furniture, A
that we will save you at 1
and the Automobile people know it. I am selling the~*
only practical business Automobile on the market. II
am offering -
The Brush Machine
The most practical economical, and certain car made.~
to go over 20 miles of our worst road with just one
gallon of gasoline.
We guarantee the springs not to break, no matter
the load or the road.
Write or ask us about this machine if you are
Atlantic Coast Line.
Cheap Excursion Fares
Seashore Resorts of the
IWeek End Excursion Rates.
Tickets on sale Saturdays and Sunday forenoon
trains until August 27th.
$2.30 To Charleston.
Limited retulrning to midnight of Tuesday follow- .
ing date of sale.
Summer Excursion Rates.
Tickets on sale daily until September 3th.
I ~ $7.65 To Wrightsville Beach.I
$3.80 to Isle of Palms & Sullivans Island.
Limited returnng until October 31, 1911.
24 page illustrated booklets each on Wri ghtsville
Beach, Wilmington' and its environing resorts and the
Isle of Palms, Sulliv ans Island. Mt. Pieasant and Chair
leston may be obtained Prn HD.CAK
Ticket Agent. Manning. S. C.I
Or by addressing
::W. J. CR AIG, T. C. W HIT E.
L Pass. Trafiic Mgr. Gen. Pass. Agent.
24 T \ITINGTON N I
returned home from the
t means money in your
de at home. Yes, every
)n bigger bargains than
We carry now the finest
t all your wants can be
ir goods, but this being
ne with us, on which we don't make any -profit, but be
our trade demands of us to carry it in stock. We there
cost, and if you contemplate furnishing your house it
t to come and see us. We have now in stock a full line
.rt Squares, Rugs and Mattings, and we cai safely say
ast 20 to 25 per cent. on your purchases.
White Dress Fabrics.
The Stock we represent in White
Goods is the prettiest ever shown in
.this town. Every wanted effect in
all of the Sheer Fabrics is included
SMessalines and Foulards
Also the most desirable weaves
and shades in Mlessalins and Foulards
All the popular Novelties are shown
at The Young Reliable's.
Ladies' and Children's
Also a beautiful Line of
Fancy and Tailored Shirt
Come and look our Line over for
values in Lace and Embroidery, we
have the leadership. The important
feature of our Goods is that our
price is no higher for spring 1911
than 1910. .
"The* Yo ntela l ."