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yo~ ~uJw t~ taitbees
to~.1- lit not ma .nother step?
or: ~h1lI and lost might, of
'p~duJgcto& '4mb... in a'~ in~me~
wma*isb*ttte ~ musketry
~me~cwA QC aI~eUs. Bud
~o the- put of
~~he bmhe% by bin
~ ~ Jabe '~hougb~t you wasn't
~aiumsa~- > -
SImphelt~ if Jenny Lind.
YJ*iny Lind must have been the-moat
,~pIe. ampretending prima Cmma that
~ Uved. Whenshe first ~Mted En~
~nd~WaS bound to sing only at the
~ Ols' Houss, and when
to - Y.r~
nded her care to an official, who, not
authority l~ai~ei~,4 to pass and
~ok iupO Preaez~t it. As
mon as her majesty eaw it abe maid,
uv~c~!Y ~ to sing at
~1~stter to call herself and explain.
a was charmed with her nat
~l man ye her a~sdW ~ecep
4 and prombed~to be beelriu4
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-There's pn~Ucll t~nzh In the say
I~ "her 1~ Is her fortune," hut its
nr said where pimples, skin erup
blotches, or other blemishes dis
~7mnd shw~ the need of Dr. ~ln~'s
I~v Life Pills. Tbey promote health
Try them. 25 cents at all
* - Qwilrbd to lnstruot.
- Ez~ Green-What a lot I seem to
~e learned tonight! How! have ben
~ted by thin conversation with you,
w dear Miss Roberts! Somehow your
intellect seem: to appeal to mine. Are
yarn a literary lady? Miss Roberts
!~o I am a teacher In an Infant school!
~Womafl must be independent," said
~ suffragette orator. "But the ques
-- Is, How can we get the same
wee eia? men do?"
'~Mmrry them and be on the job Sat
w4ay night." suggested a mean man
"Before you were married he said
'be would go ~oqh fire and water
"I thought be did, but I thlnk now
that I misunderstood him. I think he
baxesaid Ira. w~ter.~-HOUStOfl
Don't Be Too Expert.
Having graduated from a business
college with honors. the young man
thought himself competent to tackle
any problem in banking that could be
learned without actual experience, but
the old clerk knew better.
"Can you make an erasure so neatly
that it would take an expert to tell
where it had been done?" he asked.
"Yes, sir," said the young man, with
"Well, for heavens isake don't tell a z
your prospective employer so or you pr
will be looking for a job this time next Re
year," the old clerk said. su:
"Employers are afraid of too much Zi
skill in that direction. It gives such
enormous opportunities for fraud that
they will fight shy of hiring you.
"I found that out in my young days. de:
I also was an expert with the ink mi
eraser and proudly proclaimed my ac- di
complishment. Finally when I found' coi
myself toeing the starvation mark I act
ceased to boast and have held a good he
position ever since."-New York Times:
Advertising Brought Up to Date. col
The president of a Pittsburgh sav- Pi
Ings br-k called In his advertising me
man onv . ring and said:
"What t Institution wants Is some ce
striking adivertising material, some- Ne
thing that bas a thought in it, some- St,
thing that wilt catch the eye and com
man&the mind. Fix me up an ad. that
w1 make a bit when it is published in
Twe hours later the advertising man
laid: this on -the bank president's desk:
"It Elijab were living today there Tb
would be no-ravens to feed him. That w.
brand of raven has gone to roost for- E
The only ird- that will feed you e
Sis :the eagle on the American dol
ar. -Catch. the eagles. Save the dol- be
arc, If yel doyou and your family
wIn never starve- You will have-ElI- t
ah backed, off the boards."-Popular
- . -. ---.. , 81a
5sveby UW7ife- sin
She's a wise woman who knows just del
hat t4Aibebernhunsbd'S-ife is in
Langerbufrs, R.'.]int, Braintree,
sof x kind: "She insisted on
... .-New Dlsoowery," ni
. "osdreadful: cough.
s. I was so- weak my friends all t
oT.1 0 1; a sbort time to lige, res
yen : n. A giick ua
ore for coughs and colds, it's the most wb
a iar abl.nedicine for many hez
dwadung roubles-grip, bron- thr
a*, ei&Dn.whooping cough, quinsy. Intl
nsilitis,-hemorrhages. A trial w# ac
shapca you- 50e and SL 'CGuara
ed by adrusggIsta. /h
HhW f 'Armgeddon.
-earde.o theBible know that the
e ,ft Armageddon, whic i nthe re-. g.
inhidelon i.Bmnagddonyt heone
magaseonttbetween the hosts of a
". ^rn'aiy& aU the powe of -iart. d
aIS. s*issproghegled In. Revelatl
iv, '16. "nd he gathered them to- -an
Ftier ila :ea lled in th Hebrew nt
omh feg!d.the mountain dis
tf Mqlddo--the mountain land et
Mrs Tre Is where the sta. at
against Siseet ..as, narrated - .
MWRoi eaiad,"rbise46sb, gl
befinkingof-Jedab, wnwashitn by
Plak Ing of Egypt. lle "battle
A"rmageddon". Is used symbolically
:describe atiy great confiet, but in its.
- ,t. iita'ind to the
s~h t to~ pecede the t
ieinrm.-&Louis Post-DIspatch .
coertupomdent of an English paper
:ells hoit some one visited-a wild beast
ho-adag a countryman come in of 1
binatng unmistikable signs of having. ble
ad a glass too much. A tiger scrateh- o
it beback ofthe band with which the. o
nan grasped a bar-of the cage. Theqi
ceton 'was- severe,' aid -the pain in
s ~ai ~ The sffersr danced about dig
nd twirled his shilah, cryfig: "Let coli
lbnoutt -etcdm irt ill I lsave me yea
will or him!" A companion tried to pu~
moohthenirte dancer'-*th this neat ta
impromptu: "Never mind. Pat. Sure' On:
lieuony wanted to serape acquaintne
Witte's Goode Wishe..
A young woman once sat at a board- vill
a house table beside a reserved and tnr
vat country boy whom she der bul
ghted to tease. When she left she sto
sked him to write in her -autograph
huna The poem which John G- sto,
Whittier wrote there stands as a brc
-rdgt other young ladies that she
s.lags int at a seemingly dumb ,y
~ouryman may be herself laughed at ne
yrslater- The quaint conclud
-Thy life.-may nothing vex it,
*Thy years be not a few.
And at thy ainal exit
.' May the dev1l miss his due.
Mrs. Peter Holan, 11501 Buckeye Rd, .
3eveland, 0., says: "Yes, indeed I can
rcommed Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound. My little boy had, a bad
use of whooing cough, some time he '
was blue inth face. I gave him Fol- I
sy's Honey and:Tar Compound, and it rle
had a remarkable effect and cured him as
in.asort time." Contains no harmful
irgs. The Dickson Drug Co., Manning,
SC., and Leon Fischer, Summerton,
No Answer Handy.li
This Is only worth the t elllu.:. writes
a corrspondent, because It contains au
retort 17hich, though a triumph of in
onsquece, seems to me quite unan
swerable. I happened to he reading 1
some obvious newspaper proofs In a Pe
train. when the good natured man next tr
to me. with the Intention no doubt of pa
maing himself agreeable, asked. "Ah, co
are you connected with the press?"' I
intimated briefly and perhaps not over
courteously that It was none of his n
business. He persisted that it was a X
nrite civil inquiry, which !~ met with I
.he remark that I had not asked him Di
whether-he was a cleric or a shop as- Fil
uistant. As he was obviously neither,
this nettled him. "If I knew." he said,
"what .newspaper you belong to I ,
would never buy it again."-Londoni
A Famous Widow. Ipr
One of the most famous widows of |ca
antiquity was Agrippina, the widow of of
Germanicus. During the lifetime of |he
her husband she attended him In all his |m
campaigns and shared his dangers. y e
Suspecting that her husband had been ien
poisoned, she had his presumed mur- Ib
derer naanated and was herself m
soon after treated with such indignity sa
by Tiberius that she was driv-en to in
desnair and, starved herself to death' to
Mr. Jas. V. Churchill, 90 Wall St., ta
Auburn, N. Y., has been bothered with
serious kidney and bladder trouble ever
since he left the arm, and says: "I de- cc
ided to try Foley Kidney Pills as they . bi
had cured so many people and I soon n
found they were just the thing. My kid- hj
neys and bladder are again in a healhy
ondition. I gladly recommend them.''i
The Dickson Drug Co., Manning, S. C.
Jncle Sam-"Honestly, What Ar e You Running for, the Pre,
dency or for Revenge?"
-Fom the New York Berald.:
Winner in the Pittsbu/g Post
"The choice which the voters have to make is simply
this, Shall they have a government free to serve them, free
to serve ALL of them, or shallithey continue-to have a gov
ernment which dispenses SPECIAL favors and which is al
ways controlled by those to whom the SPECIAL favors are
( "THEY Are Good Enough Foir Me."
(With Acknowledgments to Davenport)
-rom. the Ner: Tork WcfrJ. Sent.15, 1912:
C. R. Sprott, F. D. Hunter,
President and Treas. - Vice-President and Sec.
EARIN IL RILL
- Manning, S. C.
- MANUFACTURERS OF ==
Cotton Seed Products
M ig-h Grade Fertilizers
Most Believe It }
hen Well-Known Manning Peo
ple Tell It So Plainly.
When public endorsement is made by
,epresentative citizen of Manning. the
>of is positive. You must believe it.
ad this testimony. Every backache
!erer, every man, woman or child
:h any kidney trouble will find profit
William Hill, Manning, S. C., says:
roan's Kidney Pills did me a great
ii of good and I am plea: ed to reco
aend them. My kidneys were badly
ordered and the kidney secretions
tained sediment. I also had back
ie and pains in my loins. When I
trd of Doan's Kidney Pills, I began
ir use- and it was not long before the
kache and lameness left me, togeth
with the other symptoms of kidney
uplaint. I know-what Doan's Kidney
1 will oo and I am convinced of their
or sale by all dealers. Price 50
its. -Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
w York, sole agents for the United
emember the name-Doan's-and
to no other.
A Dilatory Painter. L
One of the characteristics. of Sir
omas Lawrence. the portrait painter,
s dilatoriness. "Lord Normanton?
-s a writer, "must have had the pa
ce of a Job wedded to the polite
a of a Grandison. for, although in
.8 Lady Normanton had , already
m sitting off and on for three years,
ind him stil- In 1824 discussing In
politest manner what the back
'und of her ladyship's picture shall.
and only venturing in the mildest
y to remind Sir Thomas that he had
i himself been: sitting to him ever
ce the year 18151' The portrait was
iered in 1827.
Odd Marriage Belief.
.a unmarried man or woman of
rrageable 'age. is something that is
ely seen in the Fiat islands. The
sooof this is not far to seek. The.
ives. believe that 'of a person dies
Iie In an unmarried stare his or
soul is ddomed to wander about
ough endless ages of.eternity in an
'rmediate region between heaven
I trades. At the end of each moon
y are allowed to look Into heaven.
are never 'permitted to enter.
Fielding and Batting.
Wbat do you tbint of Fielding?"
ed a young -lady of a graduate of
of our universities with whom she
S.be talking .about. the early Eng
Wh." was the answer, "It's impor
t of course, but It isn't worth mneh
ess there is good batting."
Too Much Horticulture
Se had violet eyes,-rosy cheeksand '
ly white throat."
'es, she d be all. right if she. didn't
e a voice like a raspberry bush.
Kfy dear girl," said her mother-n
"any woman, would be saisfied
I what .John says he gives your"
ito would 1."--Puet.
A Log on the Track
he fast express means serious trou
ahead if not removed, so does loss
ppetite. It means lack of vitality,
of strength and-nerve weakness. If
etite fails, take Electric Bitters
~kly to overcome the cause by ton
up the stomach and curing the in
istion. Michael Hesshieimer of.Lin
z Neb., had been sick over three
rs. but six bottles of Eiectric Bitters.
him right on his feet agamn. They
e hened thousands. They give pure
d, gtrong nerves, good digestion.
y 50 cents at all druggists.
Went Him One Better.
res," said the visitor from Pumpin
e "you have some pretty .tall strue
es here, but our- town erected a
ding with more than. a thousand
ies last summer, and"
A building of more than a thousand
res!" echoed his friend. "What
nd do you smoke?
It's a fact," rejoined the Pumpin
e native. "I was referring to our
r library."-Londoni Tit-Bits.
You were speaing just before the
tman handed you your mall about
-glorious institutions. Won't you
ttinue the subject? 1 am Interested."
No. Confound our institutional I've
? received notice to call and, pay
ife-Slence Is golden, they say.
[usband - Gosh, yes! Think how
b I would have been If I hadn't
:ed you to marry me!
A Whirligig of Time.
obby-Ain't it funny, mamma?
imma-What, dear? Bobby-Why,
Lay will be yesterday tomorrow.
mhe most unrivaled picture gallery Is
drs. Paul Wehling, 316 Smith St.,
zria, Ill., had kidney and bladder
uble, with terrible backache and
s across the hips. Just imagine her
idition. She further says: "I was
a very nervous, had headaches and
zy spells, and was fast getting worse
en I took Foley Kidney Pills, and
y all my troubles are cured. Foley
:ney Pills have done so much for me
all always recommend them." The
~kson Drug Co., Manning, S. C.. Leon
~cher, Summerton, S. C.
The Fire Eating Trick.
The irst known fire breather was a
ian slave named Eunus, a leader in
servile war in Sicily, 130 B. C. Hie
tended to have immediate communri
tion with the gods. When desirous
inspiring his followers with courage
breathed dlames and sparks from his
uth. In order to perform this mar
Eunus pierced a nutshell at both
ds, and, having filled it with some
rning substance, he put it in his
>Uth and breathed through it. The;
me trick is performed today in an
proved manner. The juggler rolls:
ether some nlax while it is still
irning. By this means the fire is re
ined in the ball for a long time. He:
PS this ball into his mouth unper
ived and breathes through it. His
eath revives the fire, and he sustains
Injury so long as he inhales throughx
s nostrils only.
ucken's Arnica Salve
The Best Salva In The WorMd.
ARRIVAL OF FINE
Horses ad Mules!
Will have carload fine
Horses and Mules
Saturday, Sept. 7th
Call and look at them.
10. 12 and 14 Sumter St. 'Phone 553
SUMTER, S. C.
Get The Girl-a Dress or Two
? ou wt'.be sure to, get
the kind- she -will hike. if
f t . .~you ,get: it here .They ;."
-are- ipl, but dainty-the
kind girl.like _best; ninex-.
f _ pensive and easily - -aund
- eired-the ' skind'mothers
- ..like best. Surely you should.
-not negelect -to -get .her a
& New Dress when ta pries are so low.: Bresses, 540 to $125.' Bovas
Was Sn .5*o1 ome,2 n c
Th Lnes uc LrerNo tembaLae
R. 1JNI S0
ed ou upybsns neeyoulne s urtee
in Sock he olloing--Hadwa e Tinwa re Trocery
Far armp znlemeutdnty-s
of al knds Gun. A mu iand Sorlslk t;in ex-ods
Pocke andTabl Cutery, Pain s is, Sanesi aund-in
B'uhs Albstn WaleCotigSheet in, Soheet
Irn Nain''5 $L Bolt s, 2tve5an es, SoePp n
S t e Lnee P nLrerfect on T Coo Stvesd eater s,
Ga: e and Putr JENIN SO.
H9ONP PESN CIGR.
We solicit your
Cleaning and Pressing
work, and promise prompt and
good service. 'We have-employ
ed pressers and cleaners with
experience, and all workentrust-'
ed to us will be guaranteed.
Send your clothes to the Bon-.
Tor Pressing Club..
*t( .BRIOOM Mner.
Notice Books egistration.
The registration books for larezi
don county wif. b opned:,on the
first Monday in Oetobe rt.hich is the5
2th, for the purpose ofegitering
those who are entitled tohe same.
E. D. HOD y '
and very often aiood chazee to
again under better: circunstnces, -1a
what is assuredby apocyof
We ask the pubhlc tpol t out abeti
ter investment for the .smount -oil:f" ,
mony than the premlum .for imuraaC
in a good compsny. Anirhile wedou't
say that your house aare would be
streak of good lack, we do faa tbay ,
live -plicy Is the best next thizg ite
If not insured call or senanostal
we-we will inst antly place your
GERALD-DAYBS CI. ;
Th wil sbhisj
up the :wor;at eh si
mNtride Daa+a n ED
bites, and restore "
e. ol : 1
MAWNING, B. C
Dhor, Sash and"B~udsr Colinus
and:Balusters; Grilles and..Gab3.
Ornaments; Screene Doorir tu
WE DEAL IN
Glass. Sash Cord and Woights.
WE 0. W.
Woodmen of the World.
Meets en First Monday ng'
-Everythingof the in
ment of' both sexes.
We fillnmail orders careHI~
DR. J. A. COLE,
Upssairs-over Bank of Mannxing~.
MANNING, S. C.
caAuTOY DURANT- P. D G3A35
DURANT' & GRAEAM,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
MANNING, S. C.
Prompt atteution given to collectionS
J. H. LESESNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
M ANNTNG. S. C.,