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causes heartburn, sour
nausea, impure blood, and
more trouble than many
different kinds of diseases.
The food you eat ferments
in your stomach, and the
poisons it forms are ab
sorbed into your whole
system, causing many dis
tressing sym pt'-ms. At the
first sign of indigestion, try
the o14, reliable, vegetable
liver powder, to quickly
cleanse your system from
these undesirable poisons.
Mrs. Riley Laramore, of
Goodwater, Mo., says: " t
suffered for years from dyspep
sia and heartburn. Thedford's
Black-Draught, 'n small doses,
cured my heartburn in a few
days, and now I can eat without
distress." Try it.
Insist on Theoford's
Work of th- Bower Birds.
There are :ve dhife::: owe-r birds
three in Austra!!a. tihe regent. the satin
and the spoted: one in the Papuan is
lands. the e ,1i:-d. and one in Ne
Guinea. Their brilla:: dPlumage is.
goiden . g osw. .osy l:::k or spotted L
brown. oftcu viii a row- tintcd collar.
Their bu- r-::re in no sense nests, but
Miniaure ;.;:en. wnhifted for enjoy- ]
ment and courtship :aul set in the eye
of the sun. A paveuent of equal sized
pebles is arranged. and numberless
tw:gs are thrust firmly between theia C
in two 1:'lel rows. inc-lined to ec-h
other. ine*-siUg an avenue -about I
yard long and s-veral inciies wide. To s
decorate this arbor gay feam hers. ruddy
berries. pearly shells. isieat'ied Loones.
even watches. knives and o: - glitter- 1
ing objee:s are tastefully tla' -d in and
around the entrance. . The New Guinea
bird. still more of a gardener. con
structs a miniature cenical sumner
house. with internal gallery. Before L
this is a meadow of moss. kept frze c
fro-i grass, dust and leaves, on whivh
bright flowers and fruit are daily of
fered by the enamored male bird to his
A question often raised in regard to
the African elephant is whether this
animal ever rests or not. At first blush
it would appear that there could ofilP
be one answer to the question. So e
huge an animal must expend a terrific
amount of energy and there fore, as one
might reasonably infer, must need
more time than smnaller animals for
rest and reinv-igoration. Nevertheless
many travelers and sonme naturalists
have~ asserted that the Aft ean elephant
in its native state never sleep~s or at
last never lies dowii. A correspond
c~U who has sent photographs fr-om
Mialek. on the White Nil(', says in the
comm'unication that accomp~aies thenm
that the picture represents a "herd of
female eiephmants photggraphed in the,
busha near Mialeit. in the M1ogalla prov
inee of the Anglo-Egyptian sudan. It;
has been maintained that the African I
elephant never lies down to rest. Sev
e:'al may be seen thus sleepinlg.'" '
Poisons In the slomach.
A most curious fact is tihat all food
contains the elements of poison. and
in our body lioison% are manufac.tured
from these. For instance. meat. fish.
cheese and milk are composed of hy
drogen, carbon, nitrogen and oxygen.
Take away the last and you have prus
sie acid. We do not manufacture
prussic acid. it is true- But in every
stot'neah in the world fermentation
goes on just as in a brewery, and the
poisonous carbonic acid is made in
large quantities. If you breathed a
few days' output of carbonic acid gas~
vou would inevitably die. Sulphuret
ed hydrogen is one of the most deadlt
gases known, yet in every stomach it
is made at one time or another. In the
stomach all food is converted into
what we call "peptone," and if a very
small quantity of this found its way
Into the blood it would kill as surely
as prussic acid.-Pearson's Weekly.
Story of a "Violin."
On one occasion all who were pres'
eat in the court of justice at Berlin'
had the great pleasure of listening to
a free performance by Professor Jon -
chim, the famous violinist. It appear
ed from the evidence that a dealer in
musical instrumenvs was charged with
cheating a customer by representing
that a violin which he offered for sale
at $1.25 was an instrument that cou!
be played. The great professor was
called in as an expert witness, and.
taking up the i'upugned instrument,
he proceeded to play upon it. Under
his magic fingers it really sounded like
a violin, but in a few moments. much
to the regret of his listeners, the maes
tro laid the instrument down with an
evident air of contemupt. But he had
secured the accused's acquittal.
A Mlystery Explained.
.An English doctor was asked to ex
plain how w~omen can wear such flimsy
clothes in cold weather without appar
eat harm and without much discom
fort when a man would suffer terribly
so exposed. Hie says this resisting
ne~wer is due to an additional layer
of fat in the body. acquired in the
days of cave dwelling, when the wo
me had to stay in the cold huts while
the inen kept warm by huning~ and
outdioor activities.-H~ealtbhy Hlome.
An Old one.
"I found a gold ring today."
"-A new one?'
"No-old and much worn-"
"Any name on the inside of ity'
"No; nothi~g but the letters B. C.'
"Gracious: You don't suppose it's
as old as that, do you?"--Exchange.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Hav Alway Bought
A Revised Opinion.
A well known after dinner speaker
)f New York was going home from a
banquet on a surface car. At his cor
aer he sigualed the conductor to stop;
jut. as he swung off the platform, the
:ar started up again, and he plowed
he asphalt for ten feet with his face
nd figure. He struggled to his feet to
;ee the car fading away and a large.
:ired looking policeman contemplating
2if from the sidewalk.
-Did you see that?" demanded the
rietim as he limped toward the pave
"I did." said the policeman. "an' it
vas Y.our own fault."
"I didn't ask you whose fault it
vas:- snapped back the after dinner
;pe:ker. "I asked you-Did you see
"I did not:" said the policeman.
5turday Evening Post.
It is generally acknowledged that
he most brillianut light cavalry officer
reat Britain has ever produced was
)liver Cromawell. It is therefore pe
-ullary unfortunate, but it is never
heless a fact. that on the statue of
he Protector which stands outside
Vestninster hall the si:urs are repre
ented as -ta(eied to the boots upside
Iowa. Further. the left spur is on the
ight foot. and the titht is on the left,
hile it Is insisted by the best experts
hat the spurs are iet of r' e period.
'The Bargalu 'Bok."
Jim. who worked in a garage. had
ust declined Mr. Smith' v ivitation to
ide in his nev oar.
"What's the matter. Jim?" asked Mr.
Sith. ".re You sck?"
"No. sr'h." he replied. --'Tain't that;
done los' $5. sah, an' I Jes' natcherly
ot tuh sit an' grieve."-Success Ig
Mixed on the Phone.
Irritable Ian (at other end of phone
ine)-Hello. helilo: What's the matter
rth you? Are you forty-seven? An
y Spinster (at this end)-No: I'm not.
Tho said I was? I'm only thirty-three.
rritable Mlan-Oh, ring off!-Cleveland
Tho Natural Method.
"Do you believe in the rod in edu
"Why not? Isn't the use of the rod
he natural way to make children
Of all thieves fools are the worst:
hey rob you of time and temper.
Ends Winter's Tron'les
To many, winter is a staou of trou
le. T'te troi.-bitteu toes anu tirgrers,
bpped huds and lips, chilblains,
)Id-sors, red and rougni skins, Drove
lis But. u!'h troubte d1y before Buck
-n's Anrica Salee. A trial Convinces.
reatest heal'er of Burns, Boils, Piles,
ut, Sores. Bruises, Eezema and
praius. Only f25 at all druggists.
Physics Professor (after long winded
rof)-And now, gentlemen. we get X
quals 0. Sleepy Voice (from rear of
Dom)-Gee. all that work for nothing.
Probably the poorest economy in the
orld is to buy things you don't want
i order to make acquaintances you
on't need.-Calveston News.
No mao can avoid his own company.
o be had better make it as good as
cceeded in tinding a positive cure for
ed wetting. '-31y lir.le boy wet the
ed every nighteclear t.hr'o'on' the floor'.
tried seu ral kinds of kidneyv medicine
0(d I was in the drung store l(okiOg fo
meting ditierent to help him when I
4ard of Foley Kidney [Pils. After he
:a tatk"n th-iimvc wo:' d- we c'ould see&
..ebange ania when he had taken two
ds of a botu le he ci;- ec d Tlha:
;bout six wve'-ks '*i ai h~ t~au rot
Eric-r say. father, can whisky
Papa-No, my boy. Why?
Eric-Oh, I heard mother say the
Irink was beginning to tell on you.
A Bad Employer.
Scott-They say that Satan finds em
loyment for idle hands. Mott-That
nay be, but when a man is out of a
o he shouldn't go to the devil.-Bos
Parson's Poem A Gem.
From Rev. H. Stubenvoll. Allison.
a., in ;>raise of Dr. King's New Life
The're such a health necessity,.
a every home these pilis should be.
f other kinds you've tried in vain,
USE DR. KING'S
nd be well again. Only 25e at all drug
Baron (to his valet)--Johann, I have
'eeeied quite a large number of offers
reply to a matrimonial advertise
neut. I have selected one out of the
ot, and here are the rest if you like to
nake any use of them.--From the Ger
A Foxy Scheme.
"Tommy, if you'll saw some wood
'l tell you what I'll do."
"What's that, dad?"
"I'll let you have the sawdust to play
ircus with."-Washington Herald.
Tommy's Uncle-Uello. Tommy! I
tear you've been sick. Was it very
yad? Tommy-Awful! I wasn't sick
mough to stay home from school
Titles of honor add not to his worth
erho Is an honor to his title.-Ford.
Foley's Haney ard Tar Compound
s a reliable famil medicine. Give it
.\ your c'hildrn, and take it, yourself
xhv!n you fel a cold coining on, It
:heeks5 and curs coughis arnd coids and
:roupl and prevent's broanitis and Pneu
nonia. The Dicksoa Drut C'o.
Works Both Ways.
The man who knows how to work
bis way through college for an educa
ion won't have any trouble afterward
working his way through the world
n-ithI an eduencto.-Judge's Library
Mrs. Culchaw--Did you see any of the
od. masters while you were abroad?
Mrs. Newrich-Mere'y. no! They are
Wanted the Combination.
Burglar-Don't shoot me, sir. House
bolder-On one condition-that you. tell
me how you got in without waking my
The origin of the term "Brother Jot
ahan" as applied towhe United State
is as follows: When General Wast
ingtun. after being appointed cog
mander of the army of the RevolutioE
ary war, went to Massachusetts to ot
ganize it he found a great want of ag
munition and oth.,r means of defens(
and on one occasion it seemed that n,
means could be devised for the neces
Jonathan Trumbull, the elder, wa
the governor of the state of Connect!
cut, and the general, placing the great
est reliance on his excellency's judg
ment, remarked, "We must consul
Brother Jonathan on the subject." Th,
general did so, and the governor wa
successful in supplying many of . th,
wants of the army. Thenceforwarx
when difficulties arose and the arm:
was spread over the country it becam,
a byphrase, "We must consult Brothe
Jonathan," and the name has now be
come a designation for the whole
country as John Bull has for England
-C. C. Bombaugh. "Gleanings For thi
First international Band Contest.
The earliest record of an interns
tional band contest is of one held ii
the year 1720 between the bands o
Handel and Buononcini, a gifted Ital
ian composer, who by his friends an<
admirers was declared to be infinitel:
superior to the German master. Th
king headed the partisans of the Ger
man and the Prince of Wales those o
the Italian artist. The controversy ha:
been perpetuated in the lines of Johi
Byron, a popular poet of his day:
Some say, compared to Buononcini.
That Mynheer Handel's but a ninny.
Others aver that he to Handel
Is scarcely fit to hold a candle.
Strange all this difference should be
'Twixt tweedledum and tweedledee.
An international band contest on
much larger scale was held in connec
tion with the Paris exhibition of ~1867
in which selected bands from Austrip
Bavaria, Baden, Belgium, France, Hol
land, Spain and Russia competed hi
the presence of 30,000 visitors. Russi
took the first prize, closely followed b:
France and Austria.-London Standard
The Fly's Buzz In Music.
It was Mendelssohn who first pu
fairies into the orchestra, and tha
composer's incidental music to "A Mid
summer Night's Dream" is surely th4
happiest accompaniment to Shake
speare's play. But there is more thai
the revels of fairies In Mendelssohn'
work. There is the buzzing of a f13
which one day In the summer of 182(
few about Mendelssohn's head 's h
lay on the grass with a friend in th<
Schonhauser garden, Berlin, plannin
the overture. As the fly buzzed b3
Mendelssohn said "Hush!" and listene<
intently for a time. Afterward, wher
the overture was finished, the compos
er pointed to the modulation of th
cellos from B minor to F sharp minoi
In the middle section and said, "There
that's the Schonhauser fly." That over
ture has become one of the world'q
musical classics, and Mendelssohn wa
a boy of eighteen when he wrote it.
Bulls in the House of Commons.
"The house of commons is a regula
bull pen," said an Englishman. "]
heard a Tory mnember say recently it
praise of bishops: 'Bishops are not real
ly stiff and starchy. There's a goo<
heart beating below their gaiters.'
"An imperialist declared in a debate
'No Ireland, no Wales, no Scotland
one only Britain. Such are the word:
the mouth of our sovereign has alway:
had In its eye.'
"An Irish 'Unionist said of an Irisi
Nationalist, 'Shall this man come int<
this house with unblushing footsteps
with the cloak of hypocrisy in hi:
mouth. and draw 5,000,000 acres out o:
"An excited labor member onc<
shouted. 'If this bill passes I see be
fore the workingmnen of England a fu
tre from which they have been fo:
too many years kept out."
There was a time when Englisl
statesmen wept upon small provoca
tion. Pepys makes frequent referenci
to this weakness, while the story 0:
the long parliament as written b3
D'Ewes gives tl-e impression that th4
legislators of that day were singularl:
prone to tears. They wept on th4
slightest provocation, and sometime
their excessive grief was so noisy tha
proceedings had to be stayed until th4
.lachrymose lawmakers could compos
Kept Her Word.
"Miss Tenspot always declared tha
she wouldn't marry an angel fron
heaven," announced Mrs. Gazzam
"and yet she is actually engaged tF
marry young Mr. Skidmore."
"That's all right," commented Mt
Gazzam. "No one who knows Skid
more will accuse him of being an an
gel from heaven."-London Answers.
The Hight of Hopefulness.
He-After I am out of college, dat
ling, I may have to wait a few month
before I can make enough to suppor
you. She-It is so hard to -wait. H.
(bravely)-I know It. But of cours'
you know the world doesn't know any
thing about me yet.-Exchange.
A Feline Delusion.
"Your cat made an awful noise Il
the back garden last night, and"
"'m awfully sorry. Mr. Houston. bu
since he ate the canary he thinks h1
can slag."-London Opinion.
Gwennie-Why did you refuse him i
he Is such a prudent man? Gertie
He said he thought if he got married
he could save more money.-Londo1
Posted on Architecture.
A woman listened with intense intel
est to a lecture on Cologne cathedra
and at the end shook the lecturer'
hand and said:
"Oh, thank you, sir, for your illu
minating remarks. I often wbnderea
where our colonial architecture cam
from. Now, of course, I see that I
comes from Cologne."-Exchange.
Advice on the Highway.
"Be a speedway," said Brother Dicl
ey, "but onderstan' well how ter slo,
u.Reasn so many folks gits pitche
over de fence into de brier patch e
life is kaze dey dunno dat de fence I
dar ontel dey hits It. So watch ou
whar you is an' how is you !"-Atlant
"I hope you liked the pie, Henry,
ventured a young wife, casting a
anxious glance at her husband, soo
after dinner. "I bestowed great pair
on the crust.".
"I thought you did, my dear," I
said, "for I've got the pains now."
Color Is very commonly looked upon
as a definite quality. This. however,
is only partly true. The more correct
and scienti6e concept of color is that
it is simply the name of a certain
group of sensations by which we are
affected. Thus we say "the rose is
red." It is more correct to say "the
rose produces in us the sensation we
call redness." A man wh) is color
blind will declare that it is green.
showing that the color is not in the
thing. but in the perception of it. So
far, therefore, from retaining their
color in the dark. objects cannot prop
erly be said to possess it even in the
light. "The rose is red'' really means
that the size and arrangement of its
surface molecules are such as to re
flect that particular part of the spec
trum which we have agreed to call red.
In the dark it is simply black or col
orless, though it retains its capacity
for again exciting in us the sensation
of redness on being restored to the
light, just as an empty glass retains
its capacity for being retilled.
Joking Friends In Old Days.
In a romantic and picturesque old
hall in Derbyshire, In England, is one
of those curious relies of bygone times
which carry the mind back to the hab
Its and customs of our great-great
grandfathers. A handcuff looks a
strange thing to be fixed to the screen
of the banqueting hall of a baronial
mansion. but one is there. When the
banquet had advanced toward its ze
nith. if any gentleman among the
guests refused to drink the full quan
tity that was deemed the proper thing
at that time he was merrily carried to
the oak screen and placed with his arm
upraised and secured and locked in
that position by the iron ring. His
sleeve, then wide open, offered a tempt
lIng receptacle for the wine which he
had refrved to drink, and the contents
of the goblet, with as much more as
the roisterers thought fit, were poured
down the unlucky victim's arm, and
woe be to him if he did not take the
joke in the spirit in which it was giv
/// T // / z //
Every year our farmei
sands of dollars worth of ferti
away in the drainage. Such
positively cannot be washe
mum per cent of plant food
sists the heaviest downpour
degree of Phosphoric Acid
insoluble forms. Thomias F
/4$ The Best Source of I
-for agricultural purposes.
contains is of special value il
ed acid soils.
..Thomas Phosphate cos
pound in a ton has its value.
Our free literature expi:
crops of cotton, corn, truck,
/ been produced by it. Write
The Stat0of o01ih Caroina
ByJmsCounty of Clarendon.
ByJmsM. Windham, Esq., Probate
WHEREAS, J. C. Hudson made suit
WV to me t~o grant him letters of
administration of the estate and effects
of A. O. Hudson.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said A 0. Hud
on, deceased, that they be and
appear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate to be held at Manning on the 1st
day of February next, after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
-to show cause, if any they have, why
the said administration should not be
*givedn under my hand, this 20th
day of January A. D. 1q11.
JAMES M. WINDHAM,
rSRAL.1 Judge of Probate.
Notice to Creditors.
-All persons having claims against
the estate of Martha Ellen Pittman,
deceased, will present them duly at-J
tested, and those owing said estate
will make payment to the under
signed qualifiled ~administrator of
said estate. N .PTMN
Tarbeville. S. C., January 2, 1912.
SNotice to Creditors.
-All persons having claims against
the estate of John H. Mahoney, de
ceased, will present them duly at
tested and those owing said estate
will make payment to the under-;
signed executor of said estate.
GEORGE W. MAHONEY,
Ssumter, S. C., R. F. D., No 1.
Notice of Discharge.
t I wIll apply to the Judge of Pro.
bate for Clarendon County, on the
29th day of Junuary, 1912, for letters
of discharge as administrator of the
estate of Nannie M. Felder, deceased.
AUGUSTUS E. FELDER,
Pinewood, S. C., December 28, 1911.
We solicit your
Cleaning and Pressing
work, and promise prompt and1
good service. We have employ
ed pressers and cleaners with
experience, and all work entrust
Sed to us will be guaranteed.
SSend your clothes to the Bon
.e Ton Pressing -Club.
LOUI1S ROOM. Mo~llng.
Horee-With Jewel Caskets,
Every great race horse in England
has his special toilet case. marked with
his name and provided with a special
lock. Each animal has his own basins,
pans and pails for the toilet, his feed
Jng. utensils, brushes and combs.
A race horse has many sets of towels
of various grades and has blankets of
various weights for all weat hers. These
are marked and numbered and are
kept beautifully clean and well aired.
The belongings of the hurse are carried
about in his toilet case when travel
Besides all this luxury, every great
horse nowadays must have a jewel
case, and with ige and success the
collection frequently becomes very
valuable. In the casket. which is a
compartment of the box, arc! kept the
various trinkets presented by admirers.
These consist largely of articles of
wear, such as bridles finished in silver
and gold, silver chained -nd mounted
halters, and combs and brushes mount
ed in handsome style.-London Tit
That Easy Three Hundred.
Soon after Senator John Sharp Wil
liams arrived in Washington some
years ago as a member of the house of
representatives a man on the staff of :
magazine approached him with a re
quest for an interview of a thousaud
words on the outlook for the Demo
cratic party. Reflecting that at that
time the outlook was anythiig ut
bright, Williams said:
"I'll dictate it to my stenographer
and mail It to you."
A month later the magazine man
stepped up to Williams and handed
him a check for $300.
"Is that for me?" asked Willianu
"For that article you wrote for us on
the outlook for Democracy."
"And this is authorship!" mused the
lawmaker, smiling. "Well, it's the
only easy money I ever made. What's
the use of being a patriot anyhow?"
s are robbed of thou- / ////
[izer, which is leeched '/,(I
eavy losses are ab- /
away. The maxi
which it contains re
, neither can its high
revert, or go back, to
hosphate is recogni
Besides, the lime it //
tains no filler. Every //
dns how magnificent/
fruit and grain have
for prices and litera
Charleston, S. C.
The State of South Caroline,
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
A. P. Ragin, Marion Ragn and Ad:
Estelle Ragin, Abel F. Ragin, Elenors
Ragin, Preston Ragin and Marshall
Ragin, the last five named by A. P
Ragin, their Guardian adlitem, Pan
Mary Rhame. Lorena May Rhame (im
pleaded as Miay Rhamne Langston).AI
ie Rbamne, Frank Rhame and A. L
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OFA
Decreal Order of the Court of Commor
Pleas for Clarendon County, dated the
15th day of January, 1912, I will sell t<
the highest bidder for cash, on Tues,
day, the 5th day of February, A. D. 1912
thesame being salesday, in front of the
Court House at Mannine, in said C.oun
ty, within legal hours of sale, the fol
lowing real estate:
"All that certain piece, parcel or
tract of land, situate in Clarendot
county, South Carolina, con taining
twenty (20) acr'es, more or less. atnc
bounded as follows, to wit:-On the
North by land: of W. R. Davis; onth
East by~Public Road known as Cain
Savanahi Road; ou the South by Bax
ter's land. and on the West by lands oi
Gaymon, 'now occupied by Willian
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B.GA MlBLE,
Sheriff Claendon County.
Woodmen of the World.
Meets on First Monday nights at
On First-Class Real Estat4
Pvurdy & O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
JOHN G. CAPERS. (of South Carolina).
Ex-.Commissioner Internal Revneue
JOSEPH D. WRIGHT.
CAPERS & WRIGHT,
AT ORNEYs AT LAN
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Telephone Main ~
C HARLTON DURANT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MiANNING, S. C.
ro.p- -attnin given to collection
Slot-i's Liniment is good for pain of
any sort. It penetrates, without rubbing,
through the muscular tissue right to the
bone-relievesthe congestion and gives
permanent as-well as temporary relief.
A. W. LAY of Lafatte, Ala., writes:
if 'I had rheumatism for five years. I tried
doctors and several different remedies but
Sloan's Liniment which did me so much
good that I would not do without it
TuoxAs L RicE of Easton, Pa.,
writes: "I have used Sloan's Lini
ment and find it first-class for rheu
Mr. G. G. jo,-s of Baidwins, LL,
writes:-"I have found Sloan's Lin
iment par excellence. I have used it for broken sinews above the knee
cap caused by a fall. and to my great satisfaction I was able to resume
my duties in less than three weeks after the accident."
is an excellent remedy for sprains, bruises, sore throat, asthma.
No rubbing necessary-you can apply with a brush.
At all dealers. Price, 250,, 500. & $1,00a
Sloan's Book on Horses, Cattle. Sheep and Poultry sent free. Address
Dr. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS.
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We have about one hundred and fifty
pounds of Plug Tobacco Slightly damaged
which we offer at about half-price.
This Tobacco will not last long at the$
above price. Come quick for yours.
SManning Grocery Co. 1
Perveyors to Particular People.
3 One Car of Select
i orses and Mues
l$ More coming in a few days. When in Alan- :
.2 ning call at our Stables and let us show
Syou what we can do for you. We are still:
headquarters for the best
Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Etc.
TO THE TiMES OFFICE.
HERE .IS A BARGAIN!
605 acres of Clarendon land wil
be sold cheap, 300 acres cleared
This land is well located for
farming. Church and school near.
For particulars address,
C. F. RAWLINSON & CO.,
Davis Station. S. C.
Everything of the best fcr
the personal wear and adorn
ment of both sexes.
We fill mail orders careful ly
Charleston, S. C
W. K. TAVEL,
Sumter, S. C.
Office Over Bank of Sumnr.
W. C. DAVI S. J. A. WEINBt.4G.
DAVIS & WEINBERG,
ATTORNEYS A T LA W.
MANNING, S. C.
R J. FRANK GEJG 6
MANNING, S. C.
-R. 0. PRDY. S. OLIVER 0 RnTAN.
PURDY & O'BRYAN,
Attorneys and Counselors at
MANNING. S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LjAW,
MANNtNG, S. (.
Hacker Mfg Cg
BeD. S. Hacker & .Sey
CHAR-LESToN. S. C.
Doors, Sash and Blinds' Cc imos
and Balusters; Grilles and Gable
Ornaments; Screen Doors and
WE DEAL IN
Glass. Sash Cord and Weig pits.
What 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. Pr..
vent Bright's Disease and. Dia.
bates, and restore health and
?strength. Refuse substitutes.
W. E. BROWN & CO.
KI LLTHE COUGH
AND ALLin0AANMD UNG TROUBlES
OR MONEY RgFUNDED.
DR. .- COLE
Upstairs over Bank of Manning.
MANNING, S. 0.
-Phone No '".
For Sale-One lot in the Town of
Foreston, containing two acres, with a
d welling thereon, and a tract of larnd
near Foreston containing ten acres, ahl
the said property is deeded to Zinck
Broom. and will be sold on reasonable
terms.' Address Louis Broom, Man
ning, S. C.
DR.KlNG'S N~EW DISCOVERY
?Will Surely Stop That Cough.