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CHARLESTON, S. C..
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mient of b~otii sexes.
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of te puAic to our new stook of
Mive Oil, first pres;ing and now on
sIole aener for this foreign pro- .
s to furaish them the finest quality -
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As a substitute for hot water bags in
ordinary ailments. such as toothache.
earache and other minor pains, -use
common flannel bags made in con
venient sizes. with drawstrings. Fill
them with hot sand or salt and they
are safer than a cheap rubber bottle.
just as effieacious and much handier
to use. Keep half a dozen ready. They
are of great help in time of aches and
We do not understand the meaning
of our youth, our joys or sorrows, till
we look at them from a distance. We
lose them to get them back again In a
deeper way. The past Is our true in
heritance. Its sacred lessons, Its pure
affections, are ours forever.-Frederick
Caller-What's all that pounding in
the back room? Senator Talkem's Office
Boy-Dunno. I heard the boss say he'd
got to frame a speech. and I guess he's
Old Gentleman (to boy on twelfth
brthday)-I hope you will Improve in
wisdom, knowledge and virtue. Boy
(politely)-The same to you, sir.
For Men Only.
She--Why did you call this painting
"Peace?" He-Observe the absence
of female tigures from the picture.
When a liar speaks the truth he fnds
his punishment in the general disbelief.
Are Ever at War.
There are two things everlastingly at
war, joy and piles. But Bucklen's Arnica
Salve will banish piles in any form. It
soon subdues the itching, irritation, in
lammation or swelling. It gives comn
fort, invites joy. Greatest healer of
b u r a s, boils, ulcers, cuts, bruises,
eczema. scalds, pimples, skin eruptions
Only 25 cents at all druggists..
He Was Posted.
A six-year-old boy was tak-en to the
zoo be his forty-year-old father. They
saw the elephant, they saw the mon
teys, they so w the ox. Finally they
got to the ornithological collection. The
kid noticed an .interesting bird in the
eagle cage. and he asked:
"Pa pa. what's that bird?"
Papa looked at the label and replied.
"That is an Austrian eagle."
"Gwan'" said the boy. "It ain't no
"Yes it Is. It says so in the eata
"I don't care what it says in th' cata
logue. I got eyes. This here bird ain't
got but one head. The Austrian eagle
has two heads, an' I know, fer I've
saw a pitcher of It on diagsr"-ClevO
land Plain Dealer.
For Fast Shooting.
The rifle for rapid firing should have
shotgun weight, shotgun balance, shot
gun trigger pull, shotgun fit, and the
sights must be such as can be caught
instantly wIthout eeort in alignment.
The hands :trasp the piece firmly, not
with the cinleman's loose grip, but
the left arm pushes forward while the
right draws back, and the trigger is
pulled by transferring the drawing
back force to the trigger finger and
not by any conscions crooking of that
inger. The moment the bead covers
the mark the bullet must be under
way, be the aim good or bad.-Outing.
A Mother's Answer.
Whben Earl Ferrars had been con
vited of murder great e~orts were
made to obtain a pardon on the ground
that he was insane. His mother being
appealed to and requested to write a
strong letter on the subjeat, answered,
"Well, but if 1 do how am 1ito marry
og my daughters?" -Green Bag.
Mrs. Homer-Don't you thing your
husband is rather headstrong for an in
vaid? Mrs. Neighbor-Yes, and ther
doctor is to blame for It too. Mrs.
Hoer-ndeedl And why, pray? Mrs.
Neighbor- Hie won't allow hIm to take
any nourishment but goat's milk.
She Quotes an Authority.
Elsie-When~ i grow up. mamma, I'm
going to be extravagant like you.
Mamma-What makes you think I'm
extravagant? Eisle-Well. I'm surel
l-e heard piapa say so lots of times. I
How She Caught Him.
"-What would you do if you caught
your husband flirting?"
"Why, my dear, that's just the may
did catch him!"-e
Between t'ro .evils choose neither.j
Between two goods choose both.-,Ed
may Improve @a Time.
The wife .of a downtown merchant
was horrified the other day when her
six-year-old son was overheard to turn
loose a successlon of mixed words and
:ang phrases which would have done
eredit to a street gamin. That night
when her husband came home she told
Mim of the wonderful vocabulary
which their only son and heir had ac
"Is it true that you have learned to
;wear?" the merchant asked his son.
Ee was astonished when the young
;ter straightened up and said, "Yes,
but I haven't learned to do It good
It required several applications of
the strap before the youngster knew
tat swearing was not an accomplish
ment.-Kansas City Journal.
An Arab In the Rain.
"Those who are ot accustomed to
rain are frightened by It." says a
writer. "I once saw an Arab rained
pon for the first time. He was ab
jectly terrified and demanded to have
his passage paid from the country
Sicily-in which the dread phenomenon
occurred. He had been conveyed from
the Sahara. I think, by a Europaan.
whose servant he was, and he evidently
thougbt his master was behaving abom
inably to him In permitting him to get
wet By the first steamer he returned
to his native desert, abandoning excel
lent wages and shaking the raindrops
uriously from his slippered feet"
The Bow and Arrow.
The first mention of the bow and a
ow is found in the book of Genesis.
There it is written that Ishmael. the
;on of Abraham. "dwelt in the wilder
ess and became an archer." "A bow
ot." too. is mentioned as a measure
f distance. In the sculptured slates
ound at Khorsabad and Nineveh rep
,esentations of archers frequently oc
r. and the bow seems to have been
L weapon in the Assyrian and Persian
Regular Customer-I shall want- a
arge quantity of flowers from yon
aext week for my daughter's coming
)ut Flower Woman-Yes, mum. You
;hall 'ave the very best for 'or, pore
lear. Wot were she put in tor?-Ion
One View of it.
Little Waldo-Papa, what Is public
;plritedness? Mr. Grumpman-It Is
hat which prompts a man to try to
nnd everybody else's business before
ninding his own.-Satire.
Strong One Way.
Wife-My husband is not weE. rM
tfraid he'l give out Wife'* Mother
VeIL he may give out He certalinly
ever gives in.-Town TOpiCS.
coffee roaste' ar
all that years af e
isridudedin a s
blending that has
more tha10J0 ye
s ke$ Cyfesads
daimpness and d
by this airtight
k not assood
rought to Light,
fanning People Receiving the
There have been many cases like the
llowing in Manning. Everyone relat
s the experience of people we know.
'hese plain, straightfor ward statements
til do mucen toward relieving the suf
aring of thousands. Such testimony
i be read with interest by many peo
W. R. White, S. Boundary St.., Man
ig, S. C., says: "I can confirm the
tatement I gave regarding Doan's Kid
ey Pills mn March 1908 and again say
hat this remedy acts just as represent
d. I used Doan's Kidney Pills occas
:maly when in need ot them and they
was~ help me. At one time my kid
evs wrsoweak that I had but little
onural over the kidney secretions. 1
u c r e a constantly from backache,
ans across my loins and mornina Is
as so lame and sore that it was hard
r me to dress. If I sat down for a lit
le while, I had to lift myself by main
:'re Nothina ever beiperi me until I
sed Doan's Kidney Pills. They restor
d my kidneys to a normal condition
ad corrected all the other symptoms
f my complaint."
For sale by all dealers. Prie 50
eut. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
e w York, sole agents for the Ur-ited
Remmber the name-Doan's-and
"Irefused to be operated
on, the morning I heard
about Cardul,"writes Mrs.
Elmer Sickler, of Terre
Haute, Ind. "I tried Car
dul, and it helped me
greatly. NowIdomy own
washing and ironing."
iTakeC R U
The Woman's Tonic.
Cardui is a mild, tonic
remedy, purely vegetable,
and acts in a natural man
nercn the delicate, woman
ly constitution, building
up strength, and toning up
the nerves. In the past 50
years, Cardul has helped
morethan amillion women.
You are urged to try it,
because we are -sure iat
It will do you good.
Atal drg stw.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon.
By James M. Windham, Esq., Judge.
W HEREAS, G. Henry Curtis. made
suit to me to grant him Letters
of Administration with the Will an
nexed, -of the estate and effects of
Charles K. Curtis.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said
Charles K. Curtis, deceased, that
they be and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate, to be held at Man
ning, S. C.. on the 25th day of July
next, after pblstication hereof, at
11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the
said administration should not be.
Given under my hand this 6th day
of May, Anno Domini, 1911.
J. M. WINDHAM,
Judge of Probate.
t product of thie
.All that sbil,
periesce, all that
eial formula for
been a secret for
rs, is gveyfou iD
, free from ht,
a, whose label
~ity of its contents.
re sure to Inmd
What's the Nswer?
od elephant hunters who have hung
ed their quary in India, Slam and
the wilds of 'the Malay peninsula are
agreed upon the followving fact: Bury
the carcass of' a ThD grown tusker in
any spot in Ai--it matters not wheth
er the locati be high and dry or
low and damp-nel year from the date
of burial not ,a shred of bide nor
a sliver of bone can be found by dig
ging. Neither disintegration nor ants
can be an explanatkon~for the phienome
non has been noted in the highlands
of Nepal where burled careasses of
other animals than the elephant under
go' little or no change within a year,
and elephants' bones disappear In 1o
caites where ants are unknown. So
tar the scientbts have failed to come
forward with en answere-Detroit Free
tress. __ _ _ _ _
Owing to Its derivation the word
"green" was originanly appled the
Icolor of vegetation, but not to the color
of he ea.No application of "green"
Ito the color of the sea Is quoted before
Chacer, but as early as the year 700
it was nsed for vegetation. The word
is akin to "grass" and "groW," which
Sverb originally belonged te the vegeta
ble world alones Vegetables "grew."
but animals "waxed" "Green" comes
Sfrom an Aryan root, "ghahir," meaning
to be green or yellow, and "yellow,"
"gold" and "yolk" come from thiat
REes I.my ra.... ladr~a Right
Th6 supreme CoUr.
Gily four times has the stipfeine
court responded to the outward voice
of fashion. The first occasion was
when It was decided to elevate the
bench from the floor, for In the old
days the judges occuplel the same lev
el as the lawyers and audience. At an
other time the carpet on the floor was 4
changed after forty years of service. A
The next revolution occurred when re- I
porters were allowed to take notes
within the supreme court room. Be- 1
fore that the attorneys in the supreme A
court had to depend entirely on their 4
memories to answer arguments of op
ponents who cited previous decisions.
Another important change occurred
when it was decided that the jurists
of the highest tribunal should not by
reason of the short recess suffer the
pangs of hunger or tide themselves
over with a snatched luncheon of sand
wiches. Therefore the court now ad
journs in state for a midday meal.-Joe
Mitchen Chapple in News-Letter.
Little Ethel had been very naughty.
It was certainly wrong of her to tie
the cat's tail to the chair leg and pour
ink into her father's slippers. She de
served to be punished. So her mother
sent her from the room without any
dinner, but when the pudding came on
the scene her conscience smote her,
and she determined to give Ethel an
"Tell Ethel if she will be very, very
good for the rest of the afternoon she
may have some pudding." she said to
The servant delivered the message
and returned tu a few minutes with
"Please mum, Miss Ethel wants to
know what kind of pudding it is be
fore ahe makes any promise."
Expressed His Feelings.
"This story proves the falsity of the
old theory of teaching children words
without meaning." said a university
professor. "I visited a school where
the teacher was giving words to her
pupils to be pronounced. spelled and
defned. One boy was given the word
*ferment' 'It means to work,' said
the boy. 'All right' said the teacher.
'please give me a sentence.' This was
the sentence: 'I would rather plag out'
doors than ferment in the school.'
"Why do you Insist on keeping a pa
"Because," answered the lonely man,
-1 like to hear It talk. The parrot Ie
theonly,'reature gIfted with the power
of speeeL thatlscontenttO repeat just
what It hears without trying to make
a good story of-t"-Washington Star.
Man and the Dog.
We are alone, absolutely alone, on
this Chane planet, and amid all the
forms of life that surround us not one,
excepting the dog, has made an alli
ance with us. A few creatures fear
us. most are unaware of us, and not one
loea us.-From a Maeterlink Essay.
"W ..-is It'f
"Which. union does a jack of all
trades belong to--New York Press.
Bess-CharlIe. will yon tell me what
ie It is? l've left my watch at my
aunt'a. Charlie--A wfully sorry. hut I
cant ve left m-ine at may uncle's.
Indian Eilled on Track.
Near Rochelle, Ill., an Indian went
to sleep on a railroad track and was kill
ed by the fast express- He paid for his
carelessness with his life. Of ten its that
way when people neglect coughs and
colds. Don't risk your life when prompt
use or Dr. King's New Discovery will
cure them and so prevent a dangerous
throat or lurng trouble. "It completely
cured me, In a short time, of a terrible
cough that followed a severed attack of
Grip," writes J. R Watts, Floydada
Te., "and I regained 15 pounds ln
weight that I had lost." Quick, safe,
reliable and guaranteed. 50c and 51 00.
Trial bottle free at all druggists.
A Dead Give Away.
Wife-What would you do, George,
if you were left a widow? Hub
Oh, I supose the same as you would if
you were left a widow. Wife--YOU
horrid wretch! And you told me you
could never care for anybody else.
*1 didn't know your husband had
been so Ill."
'1or two weeks he was so bad that
I began to think of remarryng."--Jour
Presenee of Mind.
SheWhat do you mean by saying
that Elsa Is "more or less pretty?" He
-Well, she's more pretty thaen most
girls and less pretty than yoni--Siml
Madge-DId you tell her she was
older than you? alri-Oh. no: that
would't be polite. But whenever we
meet in a ear I offer her my seat
Conceit may putt' up a man. but can
ever prep him np-Roskln.
Don't Let Indigestion
Eat. Good food won't hurt
you. R. L T. taken before
retiring will make you enjoy
your meals and digest your
food. You will soon become
strong and healthy.
R. L. T.
The Liquid Liver Regulator
Cures Indigestion by restoring the
dgestive organs to healthy, natural
action. It contains nothing but harm
less oils extracted from roots and
herbs. R. L. T. works promptly and
does not gripe. Its benefits are per
manent. Guaranteed as represented
or money refunded.
50c and $1 -Bottles
Ask Your D~ruggist
Pi lby R. L.T.o. nersea, M,
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BEST QUALITY. EXPERT WORKMANSHP.
L. WETHERHORN & SON,
Manufacturers of CYPR ESS
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
Charleston, S. C.
Prompt Deliveries. Estimates Furnished.
MR. BUYER !
See our new Moline Improved Gearless Cotton and
Corn Planters, equipped with Runner Sweeps, Covering
Blades and Rear Press Wheel. Runner opens the fur
row, the Sweep levels the surface, the blades cover the
seed and the Press Wheel. completes the operation.
This wheel is controlled by a lever. which lowers and
raises the frame and thus governs the depth of planting
Also a full line of Moline one and two-horse Steel
Turn Plows, Middle Bursters, 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
Automobiles at bargain prices.
D. C. SHAW CO
10. 12 and 14 Sumter St. 'Phone 553.
SUMTER, S. C.
Are You Going To
This is a good time. We heave on hand a large stock
High Grade Stag Paint
Do you expect to gretint your walls?
This is a good time. We have on hand a- good stock
of that beautiful
Wall Coating Alabastine.
A hearty welcome fo-r all our many friends and patrons.
Make a memorandum ri
by our store and be fitte<
Never before have we shown su
dainty oxfords, colonials, pumps,
ladies. We have them in all the r
shape your heart could desire.
are not only stylish, comfortable a.
make the foot look trim and aris
Don't think of paying an exorbits
for your shoes, because you can gei
WEAR SHOES at from $2.00 t<
and get the same service and sai
that you would in a higher-.pric
Be sure to put LONG WERAR SI
your shopping lit
Wie Frenit . Brown Blocki
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is n absoue neesity. Ouri
toay inests is thoroughlyA
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The Bank of Ma nning
ALL DAblAGES COVERED
and very-of ten a zood chance to start
again under better circumstances, is
what is assured by a policy of
We ask the pubhic to point out a bet
ter investment for the amount of the
mony than the premium for insurance
in a good company. Andi while we don't
say that your house afire would be a
streak of good lack, we do say that a
Iive policy is the best next thing to it.
If not insured, call or send postal, and
we we will instantly place your -house
Manning, S. C.
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