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Got His Extra CutIct.
The Brazilian nabob Baron Fere:!u
was as miserly in trifles as he was e.
travagint in other directior.s. It
one of his peculiarities aever to fee
servants, and the waiters of the v:,r!
ons hotels at which he sojourned were
for that reasqu not partial to bm. Oie
morning while staying at the nxigniti
cent Mauxhotel, in Rio de Janeiro, he
came down.to breakfast and ordered a
cutlet. After ht had eaten it he or
Udred a second. *Baron." -said the head
w-aiter maliciously, it's a custom wit b
as never to 'serve the same course
twide at a meal." "Is tl't -so? said
Fereau. and. rising from uis seat. lie
left the room. In ten minutes he came
back into the dining room. Watter."
said be, "I have just bought this hot
and am master here now. As you wil
not be able to get accustomed to r"y t
plan of serving guests acerling to
their wishes. you are dismisse t
once." Thereupon he took up h- na
kin again and called to another wnitr.J
"Now bring me another cutletr'-.r
Society of Poisoners.
Arsenic has perhaps been more fre
quently used than any other poison for
ciminal purposes- It has been proved
Identical with the "wouderful elixir"
of the seventeenth century, when
seoret polsonihg became so frequent in
Italy. Then young widows were
a"undant in Rome. and most of the
unhappyp inarriages were speedily dis
solved by the death-of the husband. A
secret society of yoi'ng matrons was
discovered, which met at the house of
La 9para- a reprted witch. who sup
piled them with a slow, tasteless. col
orless poison.' carefully calculated to
kill a husband .n just the time thot
suited the purchaser. La Spara and
thirteen of her companions were
ianged. a lage number of the culprits
were whipped half naked through the
streets of Rome, while others of the
hlghest rank esca-ped with heavy fines
Coal and the Arts.
An intimate connection between coal
a~ncT the ats is seen in the career of
Thomas Britton. the celebrated "mu
sica'sinA1- coal man.". Ovei- his coal
-sop in Jrerusalem passage, Clerken
well, he established in 167S a musical
elub, wrhere ivery Thursday for nearly
forty yeats was held a eoncert, at
whrch 1ende:l and all the geatest mu
silans of the day performed. To a
love.bf m'sic Britton bined a knowl
edge- of I bibliographyip -which brought
him into contact iith Harley, earl- of
Oxford. and other colletors. But he
continu'ed uttfl his death in 1714 to
sea, coal in, the streets of London and
wouldefreqtient-y4 Jin his noble pa
tpozs on.a book hunting e3pedition at
tfied'if tis- '$6 jmoci and with -the
coal-sick fo had been earryiig all day
over his. arm.-Lendon Chronicle.
It was.,not easy to make one's way
Inte- B'alzac's house 3t Chaillot. Rue
'es Batmilles, for it was'guarded like
the garden of the Hesperides. Two or
three passwords were necessary, which
were ehanged frecfuently for fear they
should become known. I remember a
few. To thegpe~rter we said. "The plum
senseit has come," on which he allowed
us to cross'the threshold. Toe sev
ant "who rushed to the staircase when I
the beli rangdJt was necessary to mur
mur, "I brIng -some brussels lace." andi
if you assured him that "Mine' Ber
trand was quite-well" you were admit
ted forthwith. This nonsense amused
Balzac Immensely, and It was perhaps
necessary to keep out iores and other
vIsiter~ -still mo~re disagreeable.-Miss
Wormley's "Memoir of Baizac."
In one of his letters William Brook
field tells how as school inspector he
. had to give an examination on physical
science. "What was I .to do? I knew
nothing about hydrogen or oxygen or
any other 'gen.' So I ser them a paper
which I called 'appldd science.' One
of my questioas was. 'What would you
do to cure a cold in the beady A young
lady answere'd, 'I should p-uit my feet
Into hot water till you were in a pro
.-The Nleedle's Eye.
Ktathryn. aged five, was vainly ty
lng to thread a neddle, "Mamma."
she asked. -don't they call a hole in a
needle an eyer'.
"les, dear." ans'wered her mother.
<,"Well." continued the little .miss.
"I'll'bet this old needle is cross eyed."~
'Again Our Queer Language.
"Queer language, isn't it?'
"Because of sickness I had to send
my shorfband writ'er home yesterday''
"That left me shorthanded."-Cleve
Rand Plin Diealer.
Make It Hrerp.
Let every dissatisfaction withb the
present be made not a discoura-geb
ment, tint an -inspiration, by the con
tiual eqnscidosnmess of .the great law
of eternal growth.,.Phiilips Brooks. - Ia
The Ufe Line.
Amate~ur P'alrgist.-Ttfe-Jife line. iodi
Ieates'how long you will- live. Skeptical.
Frien-d Yes-2 Isn't it a 'wonder thbe
life insurance'companies pay no atten-1
% An Excuse.
P atl~ence-What reason: had she for
mryin1g him? PatriceWhy. -'ie tund
money. Patience-That is niot a 'red
son; that's 'an excuse.
The way of the world is to prakse
dead saints 'and persecute fiing -"ee:
' Must Conform.
Without the slightest comnpn
the copy reader changed :U.e quta n -.
-and made It read thus:
"A fool and his money are prari
"It sounds beastly," he said. "bu
tfie higher English demnaads it."
On an ,average. Secotsruen rte
heaviest men in the United Kingdom.
then Welshmien, fonlowed by Eug'sh
mnen and Irishmen last.-Cardiff West
s Cit.Izen-What possible excuse did
you fellows have for acquitting that1
murdereri Juryman-Insanity. Citi
seh-What! The whole twelve of you?j
Regardless of Micrches.
"She has the prettiest mouth in a
"Oh. ! don't know: I'd put milne up
against It any ti~e."-xchange.
Spend no strength in worry. Yiou
n e ital for dutv.-Anort
Ohio and the Buckeye.
[er origin. becaie in!eibly 70hed
)hio in the !ire eatin.: m i of
S40. when General WiVi *'"
tarrison started .,:t as te Wh' :
idate for the PresienY
ec'amite the a u
er" cdidante. He w: ired sit
ng in a rouga c irre, lne
andy to his elo . :: t
uekeyes p o t . -al his
abn fbtere ple I ee Urce
pon wgond c:1--rd i-a Wh ltig pa
ades One (: f the caim
vn w.-4 0t :: n ilace I
i" I::- *' e:a: nte: sold Ohio
t,- I:. ro : :::: i n o :try. canes
n.,i woven eun
sn ,1 sh::?e o: th wbckeye leaf.
- r o wns- the Iluckeye
The nss;*' tive tree, with its worth
ess ut and fetd .bark. is not. it is
rue. anything o take , vast pride in.
ut theres no ecpg the sobriquet.
hat is established - pssibly for as
>ng as Ohio ,. aS' .-Toledo Elade.
The iceberg i-s its 1;4rth ;i the rocky
lords of western Grenland. Under
be evir pre-Snt ::nd iristl pres
ure of "Greenland's ictymotanns,
he gre:lt :ce esp. lhe rem-n::nt of that
vhi onC extended d own over tho
torthern part or the presenr United
states. conltles giaciers unove toward
he sea fro:n i: :tn er P.000 feet
7hus slheet of Ice covers an area esti
ated to -le frcm ::;.: to -100.00,0
quare miles or fim SI: to eight
Uimes that of .eY ork state. it is
ielieved that its depth 1n'sonme parts
s more tha: i.000 feet. The ice grad
Ially moves down i!:e tior-ds to the seI
evel. having a greater or loss speed.
tcording to the se:son of the year.
ome of the glaciers traveling in the
;ummer time as minuc' as SIty or sixty
eet a day.-Exchunge.
A Test In Courtesy.
"In banking. as in personal Snance."
ennrked a suburban banker the other
y. "te .od ad::e. 'Take care of the
ennies and iihe doihirs vill take care
ftl!Sselves.' holds good. Just to
ustrae i've been a banker for thir
y years. Courtesy made my success
arge y. A couple of years ago a wo
nan whose lrrothers were depositors
vith us dropped in to see me :Md said
;he wanted .o open an account I ar
-anged everyti:Ig :ind then asked how
nucl her nitial deposit would be.
iTben she said $5 1 never quavered. I
ook it. Two days later she deposited
,15.00. That account has never av
rged less than $5.000 froni-hat day.
ee wltt she was uto? She wanted
o know how courteously small depos
tors were tredted."-New York Trib
One on the Court.
When .lohfi Barton Payne was on the
-enich he was cousidered a purist and
sowed imnpatience if a lawyer slipped
1 cog and committed a grammatical er
or. On one p sion he "called" coun
ei for an assault upon the king's Eng
sh wit'h intent to maim and Took up
he examina~ttion of the witness hinm
telf. Later in the trial the attorney
td considerable diffculty in bringing
nt the 'oc'ation of ai certain ash box.
md Judge Rayne turned to the witness
:o say sharply:
"You knew this ash bos, didn't you?"
."No; your honor." answered the wit
ess. "but I knew of it."I
"One on the court," observed Judge
Payne. Troceed with the case."-Chi
Hirs Deathbed Jest.
When Charles M1athews the elder
vas lying'upon .his deathbed a fied.
ntending to give him, a dose of medi
-in. handed himt by accident some ink
romt a small! vial. On discovering
hen too late the mischief he said.
Good heavens. Manthews. I have giveu
o a dose of ink!"
"Never-never mind. my boy," was
he faint reply. "FI'l swallow a bit of
Crying Baby Always.
After we solve the nebular hypothe
ls and get a reasonai~y sure line on
he fourth dimnension we shall devote
i ew -hundred years to determining
:vhy a w-oman with a baby comes to
t le~cture- at all. Then we shall try to
letermine why she aiways sits in the
~ront seat.--Buffalo News.
In An English Church.
When visiting Stockton church a
~horJt time ago I observed the follow
ng notice respecting dogs displayed in
conspicuous posItion: "It is not
wrong to have man-'s best companion
ta a place of worship."-London Notes
Gerge: L. Higbe, 31anson. 31iceh.. us
d Foley Kidney Pills for k'idney an.dj
lader' trouable. -ire 5ays: "I find for
iv case no other medic eqials F"oley
:idnev Pills for'beneficial effect." 'Th e-y
re a safe and reliable medic'ine for' k id
e trouble' andi rheumatismi Contaic
o' hilrmfiutd Irugs. The Dieksn U) 'ug
o., lanniner. Leon JFisvher,. Sum m
Don't Let Fever
Fight it off. Keep
your liver active and
your bowels moving
~eguary and fever
:an 't hurt you.
R. IL T.
The Liquid Liver
Tones up t he lve rand pre
ents lever. It diests your
rood and strengthens your
ody. It does not: :ripe or
auseate. It's guaranteed.
50c and $1 Bottlez
Ask Your Druggist
repared by R. L T. Co. Anderson, S. C.
FOR SALE BY
Prices in the Tenth Century.
Money values in the tenth century
vere very low. according to our ideas.
>ut as the purchasing power of money
hen equalled from eight to twenty
imes what it !s today one must not
insten a com;parison. writes Charles
V. Hall in the Nationa! Magazine.
u A thelstane's time a horse was worth
20 shillings. an ox 30 pence, a cow 20
>ence. a sheep 5 pence. a hog 8 pence.
t slave 20 shillings, making a slaVe
vort ctiht oxen. and these prices. ex
-ept in times of famine. appear to have
-h:mged ittle. und1cr the Norman. In
1:--1 wheat sOld nt .S pence the quar
r of eight busheils. and In 1243 It
rought eniy 21 peace. but In 1024 seed
thet sohl a:t 3 shinings a bushel. bar
ey :t 2 ihi antd oats at I shilling
Gi:dstole was the inventor of the
thbrevation for million which is much
sed i England. Since ''m" was al
endy :?.orved for :i thousand he made
t million sign out of it by curnug the
nil of the "Ym' over the body of the
etter and once declared that posterity
night be more grateful to him for'this
:han- for his political work. He was
nuch addieted to labor saving devices
d was proud or his system of record
ug responses to invitations. When an
nvitation was sent the name was
narked in his list with a minus'sign.
in case of acceptance another stroke
:, e it a plus sign. while refusal was
narked with a sign of equality. A
yrcle about a plus sign showed that an
:ceptance had been recalled.
Ox bones bare a eonsiderable value.
he four feet of an ordinary ox will
nahe a pint of neat's foot oil. The
high hone is the most valuable. being
iseful for cutting into toothbrush han
les. The fore leg bones are made into
rolar buttons and parasoi handles.
rhe water in which the bones are
boiled is reduced to glue. while thbe dust
hich comes from sawing the bones
ts turned into food for cattle and poul
No Desire to Se a Widow.
"I know that I'm not good enough
"You wouldn't be if you were the
est man that ever lived, but I've
onna that these good men die young.
ind I don't look well in black."-St.
"Do you bel!eve she wIll love me
"Well, I know she won't love you
Mrs. Crrsty-Do you remenber 6ur
Ist quarrel? Mr. Crasty-Let me see.
Was that going into the church or
An obstinate man does not hold opin
ions ther hold him.-Butler
Hacker Mfg. Co.
Geo. S. Hacker & Son,
-CHIARLESTON, S. C.
Doors, Sash and Blinds: Columns
and Balusters: Grilles and Gable
Ornaments: Screen Doors and
NE DEAL IN
Glass. Sash Cord and Weights.
.s now If you are ever to begin
:o save money this is the time. A
Bank Account is a help to every
:ne, and to a business man an
acount in some
is a absolute necessity. Our
Bank will look after your -mone
tary initerests inl a thoroughly
trustwrthyv and~ satisfactory
m lan ner.
The Bank of Manning
W. O. W.
WoVodmen of the~ WVorM.
.i:.s on First Moulayv nie?t-- a
theC peCrsonal *wear andt( adorn
ment of both sexes.
We iill mail orders caeul
FOR CLERK OF COURT.
THEREBY ANNOUNCE iYSELF A CAN
.. didate for the oMc of Clerk of Court for
Clarendon County. subject to the rules of the
,I. ITCH- WELLS.
PLEDGING TO ABI)E BY THE RULES
of the Democratic Primary. I I}ereby an
nounce myself a casdidate for re election to the
.ortlce of Clerk of Court Of Clarendon County.
ARCHIE I. BARRUON.
T ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDA'.E
forthe omee of Clerk of Court. subject to
the rurles of the Democratic Primary.
J. IL TIMMONS.~
FOR COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
I AM A CANDIDATE FOR THE OFFICE
of County Supervisor for Clareudon County.
subject to the rules of the Democratic party.
FRANK P. ERVIN.
AT THE EARNEST SOLICITATION OF
myf riends I announce myself as a Candi
<ate for Supervisor of Ciarencton County. sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic primary.
W. R. DAVS.
T O The Voters of Clarendon County:
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
the om.Ice of County Supervisor of Clarendon
r:ounty. subject to the action of the Democratic
primary. I was a-candidate tor this office eight
years ago. and was defeated only bya very few
votes. I have since felt very grateful to the
people for the support given me in that election
and in submiting.my candidacy I do so entirely
on my own merit, and upon this I ask the sup
port of the people of tho county. and if elected.
I promise to look closely after every section!
of the county and to faithfully discharge every
duty of the odice to the best of my ability.
H. L. JOHNSTON.
IHEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for County Supervisor. subject to the,
rules of the Democratic Primary.
J. B. HOLLADAY.
T THE REQUEST OF A NUMBER OF
ACitizens I have consented to be a candidate
for the omffce of County Supervisor, subject to
the rules of the Democratic primary. If chosen
I shall endeavor to exercise the same businesS
judgment that I have in my private affairs.
CALVIN J. HALEY
FOR SUrERINTENDENT OF EDIJCATION.
T-HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for re-election to the ofce of County
Superintendent of Eduoation, subject to the
rules and regulations governing our Democratic
primaries. E. J. BROWNE.
UB3JECT TO THE RULES OF THE DEMO
S cratic party. I hereby ofler myself for re
election to the oMce of Sheriff of Clarendon
County. E. B. GAMBLE.
T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for re-election to the offlice of Solicitor
of Third Judicial Circuit, subject to the rules of
the Democratic primary.
PHILIP H. STOLL.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for the office of Solicitor for the Third
Judicial Circuit. subject to the rules of the Dem
ocratic primary. THUS. H. TATUM.
O THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF CLAR
T endon County: I wish to announce that I
am a Candidate for the office of Coroner for 4
Clarendon County, subject to the rules that
govern the Primary election.
HARVEY C. BAGGETT..
To THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF CLAR
Feelinx that I can discharge the duties of the
ofMce of Coroner wth honor to myself and credit
to the county. I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the oflIce of Coroner for Claren
don county,.pigdging myself to abide the result
of the Democratic Primary.
JOHN L. JOHNSON.
T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
.d idate for Coroner of Clarendon County. sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic primary. I
am a graduate of Ccdar Springs Institute for
the deaf and the blind. I performed all of the
duties that was assigned to me there. I have
also made a good moral character here in the
town of Manning.
THEODORE V. GRAY.
FOR ROUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for the House of Representatives.
subject to the rules of the Democratic party.
JOS. H. BURGESS.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for the House of Representatives.
subject to the rules of the Democratic Primary.
R. D. WHITE.
T HERE WILL BE QUESTIONS OF IM
Lportance to come up in the rnext general as
sembly. and with my practical experience as a
Legislator, I feel that I can be of service. I
therefore announce myself a candidate for the
House of Representatives, subject to the decis
ion of the Democratic Primary.
-I. M. WOODS.
T ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE
?for re-election to the House of Representa
tives from Clarendon county, subject to the
rules governing the Democratic Primary
HENRY B. RICH ARDSON. JR.
I ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A CA NDIDATE
for re-election to the House of Representat
tires. subject to rules of the Democratic pri
mary. JAMiES REAVES.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for the House of Representatives sub
ject to tne rules of the Democratic Primary.
E. M. KENMEDY.
I ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE
for re election to the House of Representa
tives. subject to the rules of the Democratic
party. HARVEY W. MITCHU'M.
FOR MAGISTRATE. -
T0 THE VOTERS OF MANNING JUDI
icialD District:-Promising to abide the re
sult -' the Democratic prim-ary. I hereby an- -
nounce myself acandidate for the offce of Mag
istrate at Manning.
I RESPECTFULLY ASK THE DEMOCRAT
ic voters of the Manning judicial district'to
continue me in the Magistrate omeie for two
veurs mere. ple6.ging myself to abide the action
of the voters at the approaching primary eec
tion:. May Oth, 191d. I). J. BRA DHAM.
T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CANDIDACY
Sfor re-election to the offce of County Tre-as
urer, subject to the rules of the Demnocratic
party. L. L. W E; L LS.
THERIEBY ANNOUNCE :dIYSELF A CAN
didate f(-r re-election to the oilice of Countyv
Auditor. subject to the rules of the Demiiocraitic
FOR UNITED STATES SENATE
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
I..te..rte United St:e s Se-aite. subj-ct
to thet rules' of tlhe Deimocra:e Pc Irimai-y. Your
suppi~or t and ittluence w:ll be app)r~ciatedi.
N. IH. tIlAL.
Laurens. S. C.
-- FOR CONGRESS.
T o Y FRlfEND) AND CONSTITUENTS
*cFi THE t-t SOCTH C.\ROLINA DIS
Ten yrs ago you ' cected me- to Congress. by
an ovrwhel ingijority. During al fthese
vers I havei eid-atvtred to sers e you faith! fh
andt hi'ne-t'y. I have workeli zealously an un
e cannieilyI in your interest. havinig alwaysi
view. that was a oulic servant holdingas
rd:rust. It has br-en miy endeavor to serve
a:a n.In offerin'g f-r re-citni I feel it tun
in-er----ary to call your attentiont toi the fact thait
a~ u:.i bee.,--ts mor- ui--f:l to his state d
-onh by- reason of his lonhg service ini Cur
.r-ss Tiat ec-l yea'r he- t-ecomes more famriltar
*ithm *lie int:~ rict workin-. of that great body.
.to Ieindmr inItimate withi his colleagut-s
an consequ--ntlyn --more usef-,ul to you. You real
--. -ficoure ta I am better equipped today
han ver efor to fuiti' the duties to which
v-u-h-v-----ne--me I -trust your contidene
mey-r.-xprs-d on mi'ore than one occasliou
r-n s the sam:e an. that you will so record
vrvt in the -cominc prt :ry.
I th~f A t you ea-nesand .neerely for your
kide w oue :in the past and I promise may
1t- y.oir I-e-half In the future.
UUE. l-. L EG ARE.
PUI~RDY & O'BRYAN,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
M ANNTNG. S. C.
V holesome lIce Cream
AT SMALL COST---PURE AND R1CH.
Can Be Quickly Made With
This Milk is specially made for Ice Cream. Thorough
QUART CANS, MAKES 2 QTS. ICE CREA.
For Flavoring Qreaim, we Have
California Peaches, FULL RIPE, Extri. Can..... 40c.
Hawaiian Pineapple, Extra Fancy, Grated and
Chunks.. ......................20c. to 5c.
Strawberries. in Heavy Syrup, Extra Fancy, Can.. 35c.
Paspbc-rries,. in Heavy Syrup, Extra Fancy. Can... 2,5u.
Cherries, Maraschino and Creme de M-enthe,
Bottle..... .....................80c. to 8:.00
Junket Tablets. 10c. Package-Liquid Rennet, Bot., 25c.
JELL-O ICE CREAM POWDERS.
THE MANNING GROCERY Co.
Purveyors to Particular Pe6ple.
For Boys and Giris.
Preparatory Course, Regular College Courses,
Teachers' Course, Business Course. Music, Art -and
New Equipment, enlarged Facilities, Military Fea
ture for Boys. Rates-within reach of all who want an
Write for Catalogue and other information to
W. W. RIVERS. President.
Orangeburg. S. C. C
Is calling you, the surf, the music, all cry out for
you t'o follow the crowd. The
Atlantic Coast Line I
Saturday provided the schedules and rates; begining
Satrdy.Jun 1tto cotned:igthe season
For all tramns of Saturday an~d morning
trains of Sund ay, limited to return us.til Tues-$32
day mid-night follow ing.
For any informationi, call on
- H. D.CLARK.
T. C. WHITE.
General Pass. Agt.
WYilmington. N. C.
a. 3. A Co.
DENTIST. A. L ~vis & WID)EA
Upstairs over Bank of M\airning. A TTORNFEYs A T L A
MANN[NG, S. C. .\ANN iNG, S. C. I
Sec our new Moline improved Gearless Cotto- and
Corn Planters, equipped with Rnner- Sweepsj Govering -.
Blades and Rear Press Wheel.. Runner - opens- the fur
row. the Sweep.levels the surface, the blades cover the 7
seed and the Press Wheel completes the operation.
This wheel is controlled by a lever. which lowers and
e raises the frame and thus governs the depth of planting
P R ICE $12w50
Also a full line of Moline one and two-horse Stel
Turn Plows, Middle Burste-s, one, two, three and four
horse Wagons. Buggies, Surries- and Harness- Also some -
nice Horses and Mules.
For Automobiles, see us. Some good second-hand-a
Automobiles at bargain prices.
C. SHAWC t
10. 12 and 14 Sumter St. 'Phone 553.
5UMTER, S. C
NEATNESS OF APPEARANCE
REQUIRES SPECAIL EOFFRT IN THE
By patronizing our Laundry and Garment Cleaning Departments
you will not only present a nobby appearance, but our service on
COLLARS, CUFFS -AND SHIRTS
makes them stand the heat longer than ordinary methods, and suits 7
cleaned and pressed by us retain their original shape.
If your laundry agent does not represent us tell him- to try the
"IDEAL WAY"-it satisfies.
CLEANERS. DYERS. - LAUDERERS.
CHARLESTON. S. C.
We= deir L sten I
We desire to ea.1 the attention of ;,he public to our new stock -
Warrick Freses. Virgian French Olive Oil, first pressing and now on--.
display in our window. We have sole agency for this- foreign -r;
duet, and we guarantee our patrons to furnish them the finest quality
of genuine Imported French Olive Oil.
iDickson's 1rug Store
(Successors to W. E. Brown- & Co.)
C, R. Sprott, F. D. Hunter,
President and Treas. Vice-President and Sec.
Manning, S. C.
~Cotton Seed Products
Hgh Grade Fertilizers
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