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A Thackeray Dedioation.
A doctor who aehieved literary im
nortality by -bt aeusaM of a fee was
J6bn:lmetsou.' who attended Thack
eray durin a serious I ~*4tS8
T"Ii4 In teturn 'Thackeray cated
"Thirteen months ago." he WrOte.
"when it seemed likely that this story
had come to a close, a kind friend
brought you to my bedside, whence. in
all probability. 1 never should have
risen but for your constant- atchful
mess and skill. I like- to -recall your
great goodness and kindness (as well as
many acts of others. showing quite a
surprising friendship and sympathy) at
that time. when kindness aid friend
ship were most needed and welcome
And as you wold take-- nn other fee
but thanks let me record them here on
behalf of me and mine."
Divorce In Norway.,
It is easier to obtaiulas..Vorce in
Norway than In- any other European
country. It a married couple want to
part Norwegian jaw grants a divorce
witbout lqufitng into the.rsson. but
as security-that the step haspeen well
thought over.*r provides that a year of
separation aUst- in tren -between the
application and the actual ranting of
the rdieree The bsba mdand wife
have first to apply to a-magistrate. He
sends them to the concilatgn board,
and If this body cannot recoitlle them
they are granted a separatin order.
At the end of a year the mnbristry of
justicer is ,unmpeed to nmkbe the di:
vone l tf asah t dio-by either
party. The Whole pm-eedings are very
cheap. the cost ranging from about
to;. ..32W IsdensStaadasrd.
ALL DAMA#WES COVENED
and vertofhen a good chaceto start
again under better circumstaneas, is
c r I nie s tme n t : fo r th e a m o un t o f t h e
* , Ani sit: wes don't
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sruwkogood lack, wet.da y tbat a
ilvepolicy isthe-bes nemsabing to it.
Ifnet sud ca i4llo s pesial, and
we we will insuitly place yo.r house
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root urinaryirregailarities, buiB4
up the wete out tissues, and
)Imate the exesns uric acid
that causes rhetnmam. Pro
vent BrIht's Disease and Di.
bates, and restore health andi
strength. Refuse subatitutes
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a: not a vs::d ct-ea-I (Q-C t'r a..-.-.":
biraec is about oI expire, -.e shouild
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E. J.BOW', 1
,ounty Superintedent of Eduction. a
'TAE OF SwrEI CAROLINA,
County b Clarendon. e
3y James M. Vindh Esq., Pro I
WHEREAS, V. E' Sparks. made e
it to wre, to rant h.m Letters of
drinistration. of th~e Estate. and ef
ec.s if Eug- Gra uBEks.
THESE ARETEERE FORE, to cite
*nd admonish a] and Singulur the kinP
!red and crditors of the said
~u1tene Spark. deceased. that tdhey ne
'e and appear before ire, in the Court of
robate, to beeld at Manning on the i
Oth day of Dei-bnberiext, after pu bi.
Oion hereof. a -1 o'clock in the fore
loon, to show nuse, if any they have,
shy the said ainistratwre should not
Given under n y hnd, this 17th day
if December, .191~2.
SEAL.] JAMJS.M. WIND E, l
Judge of Prob te. ha
uit o m, t wat hm Lttesmo
rho Stati of South Carolina,
Cons of E -tarendon.
COURT (F' CO$[MON PLEAS. Dr
. J. BryarT, Plantiff S
a ing h
3en Bryant Olie Olier Bryant and
Rufus. Brnt, efrudants.
- Copy Smm s. For Relief. ot
(Coiplai Served..) m
to the Def s above named: st
you are Summoned and re- th
arhed to y the complaint in I
this action ich a copy is her. - is
ith serv you, and to serve n
i copy of y nawer to the said
orplaint subscriber at his
)ffSce in ALi., S C., within
Jwenty da r the service hereof;
[xclusive day of such service; e
td if you to answer the corn- OC
aiintwit e time aforesaid, the cai
hCout of brefdnded c
DOUT DF CO)MO PLEAS . . 1 rh
f. J.TBryaUPAa Tina
Then Bryeant Olie Oliver Bryant a
dRufuBnt ellndaknots. e
(Cogte i~musai dCplit Seve..
ro he D~e' es actoneremed t
You arelo oumnted andre.th
uiro. tnD-her compain 191I.
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larn ~wiot, tme forsaid. pupoe ca
a Coert ie reliefdemnde in Stop
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untd Der 21st, A.oD.t191lahe
Attornyifo's AOnes. a
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oCea ron Plna ion ihn StNI
Cob, RCBuET amYTEs B .ke
lAin orniey. fory ane.
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ot rsoi~Oway behiirsor tI
teutetawfot Eliza C. Tind
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Cayou, e Wiaid complCanto"nM
Escizbeth i1 d ffiweli, thae to V
ley Canin S.a Ci. withi Rageny.
Mo fet Sa sie herEofza Dekes, i
Suiveo eDk ofsuchlia Duersce and b
t you childr uames h unkompnt of
Por o:~re-sly' uie,eed all th
fottrmperso ai o AyE be h CErt
dtrute.j~t a o Elai. Tin
dal . deea d*.d i wEre T.Filceri
smo oles for eief.nt nt
Totate efn tce boveS112 fured: n
TAKE arehe thatummoersan re
caire ios r agans opam in h
suscbr is iffe Antetony
f eManiriS. 191.wtitenyf
iE h fsc t rice;an a
wicced rhe ene mrytad, thse plain b
dnnru potation were feile i
theaffieue the Ce the surtofe
reomedy as thorsadhv outy a~d
acton J.' A.Y WE NDRG
Sucee when eerytin else failds.
In ervsprotraio and female__
causes heartburn, sour
nausea, Impure blood, and
more trouble than many
diferent kinds of diseases.
Thefood you eat ferments
in your stomach, and the
poisons it forms are ab
sorbed into your whole
system, causing many dis
tres~gsyp$ ms At the
first in digestion, try
the okd, reliable, vegeable
liver powder, to quickly t
cleanse your system from
these undesirable poisons.
Goodwae, Mo., says e'
rs . d o yearmoro
~cr& Draught, a small doses,
ays now! can et witbot
distress." Try it.
They Went Together.
Tom Meyers was a peddler in a t
humble way in Chicago. and he and his I
outfit were well known in the poorer
quarters. Bis wagon was old and rick
ety. his horse had seen years of service
in a street car line, and the peddler
was old and feeble as his horse, which.
by the way, bore the impressive name
Saturday is always a busy day with
eddlea, and one very cold Saturday
Peddler Meyers had an unusually hard
fay. As he drove home late in the
evening be. noticed that Baron looked
sick. He gave him a good supper of
oats, rubbed him down and then went
to his own supper.
An hoor later be again visited Baron
and found him worse. He applied such
*zaemedies aheeoad,:and then. finding
that .tbe.bosse-evinced a desire to lie
down, be led it out of the stable and
up the street.
Around and around the block he led
Baron. and in the early morning a po
liceman found the horse lying on the
street-and the old peddler by his side
fith an arm on the animal's neck. and
both were dead.-St. Louis Globe- Dem
10 T. is the pedea laza
6. Composed Of Vegetable
ezmetactho roots and. erbeit
oes at~ once to the liver and
owels, acting immediately
Rthdoui nausea or griping.
he Liquid liver
I.da t-gauateed remedy for
fever, chimls- indigestion and all
>enanent in ef ecr.
S0e and $1 Botle
Ask Your Druggist
Naruu R L.T. Co. AaiEssSS.
FOR SALE BY
Sunday as It Uced to 3. in London.
Those who Obje~ct to -Sunday amuse
ments sometimes speahk as though In
bygone times our countrymen were ex
mplary in their observance of the Sab
bath.- in 1S05, however, a chronicler,
uoted by Mr. Nerill In "The Merry
ast," estimated that over 200.000 Ion
doners spent their Sundays In the inns!
and tea gardens round the metropolis.
and the--condition of these pleasure
seekers at nightfall he calculated to be
a fo~ows: Sober. 50,000; in high glee,
0000; drunakish, 30.000: staggering tip
sy, 10,000; mauzzy, 15,000; dead drunk,
A Dandy Duke.
The Duke of Buckigham took twen
ty-sevenl suits of clothes to Paris in
1625. one of white uncut velvet set all
over with diamonds. worth ?14,000.
He also wore a diamonded feather and
diamond buttons and earrin;:S. A cu
rious fashion for men prevailed In
1612 of ornamenting the ear with
strings of black velvet ribbon, also of:
placing a rose behind the ear.-London
The Name Servia.
The Serbs have a grievance against
the English language for spelling the
name of their country, Servia, with a
"v." as though it came from "servus."
a slave. There Is really no such con-;
nection, and in other languages it is
spelled properly, with a "b."-Spring
Mrs. Chat-I don't believe you've
heard a word I've been saying for the
last half hour. John! Chat-No, my
dear. i've been cultivating abe' -ce of
Instructor-Did you filter this? Youth
(with a sly smild)-No, I was afraid
It wouldn't stand the straln.-Harvard
Live with the wolves, and you will
leairn to howl.-Spanish Proverb.
A Mere Trifle Anyhow.
An eminent Germtn scientist who re
ntly visited this country with a num
?r of his colleagues was dining at an
merican house and telling how much
had enjoyed various phases of his
"Row did you like our railroad
ains?" his host asked him.
"Ach. dhey are woonderful." the Ger
an gentleman replied. "so swift, so
fe-cbenerally-und such luxury in
I dhe furnishings und opp'indmends.
I1 is excellent excebt one thing-our
Ives do not like dhe upper berths."
De Quincey and the Census.
De Quincey once had to fill up a
nsus paper, and the set questions
izzled him greatly. He finally man
ed to characterize his occupation as
rriter to the magazines." but when
came to the occupations of his three
ughters his troubles began again.
last he put a ring around their
mes and wrote. "They are like lilies
the field-they toil not, neither do
lowever varied the courses of our
e.- whatsoever the phase of pleasure
d ambition through which it' has
-ept along, still, when in memory we
old revive the times that were com
ratively the happiest, these times
11 be found to have been the calm
Riggs-After all, life is just a mat
-of pay your money and take your
Dice, you know. Diggs-Yes, except
ien it's a matter of pay your money
d take your chance instead.-Judge.
His Real Need.
Young Jones says that'af that- be
%ds is a start"
No. What he needs is a self start
Ie that helps the evil hurts the go0
Cut The Bigh Cost of Iiving.
V. H. Chapman, Winnebago, Neb.,
Is how he did it. "My two children
I a very bad cough and the doctor's
dicines did them no good. I got a
tle of Foley's Honey and Tar Com
and, and before it was all used :the
Idren were free and cured of their
igh. I saved a doctor's bill for one
bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar
mpound." No opiates. The Dickson
u, Ca., Manning; Leon Fischer,
Hotel's Own Hearse.
Some of the hotel keepers "on the
er side" have peculiar ways of ad
rtising their houses, and one of the
)st singular of these methods is the
tement in their advertisements that
e hotel is equipped with a hearse!
asmuch as the American hotel keeper
only looking for "live ones," It is
t of record that hearses have been
ed as attractions in this country as
t. One of the English catering
irnals. i-speakng of this custom,
Gently said: "We have on several
casions commented upon the un
any mixing up of the funeral traffic
siness with hotel keeping-an unholy
mbination to be met with in some
rthern parts of Ireland. Apropos.
re Is an enticing advertIsement from
Sligo paper calculated to bring quite
rush of guests anxious to test the
commodation: 'Mrs. --, proprietor
of the - hotel, begs to announce
at she has added to her establish
ent a glass hearse.' "--Steward.
One on the Spy.
Rev. Evan Jones. of t Carnarvon
rote his reminiscences for a Welsh
per. One of the best is that of a
salthy church-member who was sus
eted of not contributing as Provi
ace had prospered hinm and was ap
oached upon the subject by a coura
"It was noticed," he said, "that you
aced two halfpennies in the collec
"Did you. find half a sovereign In the
"Yes," replied the censor.
"Did you find two half sovereigns
"No" was the reply.
"Well," replied the suspect, "If you
ust know it. I put that half sovereign
~tween the two halfpennies, and I
Ivise you in future to ask your spies
use spectacles when they pry into
eir fellow worshipers' affairs."
Escaped After Fifteen Years.
W. P. Broyles made a successful es
p af ter fifteen years of suffering from
doev and bladder troubles. Foley
dney Pills released him and will do
t the same -fr others. He says:
'hey cured a most severe baclkache
.th painful bladder irregularities, and
ev do all you claim for thbem. Refuse
bstitLutes. The Dickson Drug . Co.,
anning; Leon Fischer, Summerton.
Dogs That Rer~emble Bears.
It has aliready been noted by scien
sts that certain mountain dogs have
ap's and assume attributes resem
ng those of a bear. Among these
s the sheep dog of the Pyrenees
mars a closer resemblance to the bear
n most others. Although he is sel
m over twenty Inches high. his bones
e very massive and his muscles ex
~ptionaly developed. His fur Is
tick, consisting of long, fine. silky
iir. either black, dun colored or gray.
s ead is large and the nose taper
. the eyes small, but sharp and
strous and his ears always "atten
ve.' The toes and the base of the
'et are elongated and fiat The tal
very short or even entirely missing.
:d by his manner of climbing the
rupt nmountain slopes he may easily
a mistaken for a young bear.
Why Dreams Come True.
There is a scientific explanation of
e fact that illness, at least, can be
retold in dreams. The theory Is that
hen a man is dreaming his mind Is
ore sensitive than in his waking
urs, for the simple reason that his
tual surroundings are not engaging
iy of the mind's attention. Thus it
ippens that when sonie disease has
t in the man awake does not feel it
Sits earliest stages, although the ac
ve mind In a sleeping body does feel
The sleeper dreams, let us say, that
Is suffering some complaint of the
*g. and two or three days later, the
sease haing developed, he finds that
a really has got a bad attack of rheu
atism. Harvey. who discovered the
rculation of the blood, records having
ad a dream in which a bee stung him
ihis left thigh. on a place where a
>uple of days late'r appeared an ugly
ier. The ulcer must have been de
eloping. of course. at the LIme of the
ream, but what the man in full con
iousness could not perceive the inan
-ith only an active mind-i. e.. dream
HOW TO RESIST
Chronic Coughs -and Colds.
Strong, vigorous men and women
hardly ever catch cold; it's only when
the system is run down and vitality
low that colds and coughs get a foot
Now isn't it reasonable that the
right way to cure a cough is to build
up your strength again?
Mrs. Olivia Parham, of East Dur
ham, N. C., says: "I took Vinol for a
chronic cough which had lasted two
years, and the cough not only disap
geared, but it built up my strength
The reason Vinol is so efficacious in
such cases is because It contains in a
delicious concentrated form all the
medicinal curative elements of cod
liver oil, with tonic, blood-building
Chronic coughs and colds yield to
Vinol because It builds up the weak
ened, run-down system.
You can ge, your money back any
time if Vinol does not do all we ap.
Dickson's Drug Swre, Maunitng, S. C.
A Rain Preventer.
About fty years ago an invention
was announced which would be ac
claimed with joy just now. A German,
elvetius-Otto, stated that he had dis
covered a means of preventing rain.
He built a platform on which -were
placed some.huge bellows worked by
steam- at a very high pressure. These
were supposed to blow away any
clouds gathered above. Otto main
tained that these "pluvifuges" dis
tributed throughout a town would en
able the authorities to Insure dry
weather for so long as they thought
fit. The inventor bore a high reputa
tion in the scientific world, and his
pluvifuge attracted attention. But it
never proved practicable, and after a
few months' experiment Otto gate-up
trying to fight the weather.
A-Test of. Big Heartedness.
The Countess von Voss recorded this
human little story of the. chatniflt
Crown Princess Louise. Fredelck1
William IL presented her with the
new summer residence of Oranienberg
(which he had had newly decort d
for her) on her first birthday as crown
princess. At the end of the dayyber
asked-her If she still had a wish''un
gratified. The -only- thing -let forher
to wish for., said -Louise, was -a hend]
ful of gold for the poor. "How big?"
asked the king. "As large s the -beart
of my generous - papa," -was -her an
swer, and she had no reason to be dis
satisfied with the result. This princess,
who was =so much loved when queen
consort, was one of the " two lovely
daughters of -Prince Charles of Meck'
lenbrg.-"A Mystic on the Praia'
Huts For Hoasekeepers.
Keep Foley's -Honey'and Tar Coi
pound always on hand, and you.can
quickly head off -a cold by its proit
use. It contains no opiates, heals and
-oothes the inflamed air passages, stops
Phb cough, and ma'v save a bie doctor's
ill. In 'the yellow package. The Dick
en Drne Co., Manning; Leon Fischer,
Head Hunters of the Phiippin.
CiirieniIy enough. Ms bead hunting
peoples of the Pti.,.ptnes are appar
ently limited to northern Luzon. None
of the warlike hill tribes Inhabiting
other parts of the archipelago are
known to take the beads of their vIc
tims. The esplanation or their- head
hunting customns which i given by the
Negritos of northenstern Luson-ls -very
simpleN / 'They believe that each family
must take at least one head a year or
suffer misfortune -In the form of sick
hess. wounds, starvation or death.
Their victims are- always beheaded
with- bolos. Heads are burled In the
groundi under the "houses" of the men
who take them. Pla'tes or ollas are
placed over the spots where the heads
are burled and possibly contain offer
ings to evil spirits. The '"houses" under
which. heads are'-bui'ied are then aband
doned and their supposedly fortunate
owners look forward to a period free
fromi death. sickness or Injury and to
success in the'lr hunting and fishingr
A Fish With a Lantern.
No matter what animals or -groups
of anials are studied,? It will always
be found that their- leading physical
trats are exactly adapted to their hab
Its and conditions. A striking 'Illus
tration of' this fact is afforded by the
torchfish. Ths is adeep seafsh that
carries on Its- nose something like a
short, thin bone. whch it can Illui
nate with a phosphorescent light 0r
extinguish at pleasure. It does -not use
this lantern to guide It dn -Its way In
the depths of the ocean or to enable
It to see what is going on In the neigh
borood. The light Is put to a more
practical use. When time fish feels hun
gry It lights up 'to attract smaller fish.
They dart for the light and find them
selves in the capacious mouth- of the
fish. How the lantern Is lighted and
extinnished Is not yet clearly under
Fortune- telling is almost. as old as
the human race. We have no knowi
edge of the time when or place where
It originated. We only know that the
practice was In vogue as far back as
we can go. Some claim that it had its
beginning wIth the Chaldean astrolo
gers, who claimed that they were able
to foretell the future by aid- of the
planets. The oldest of the nations
were familiar with the practice, and
by the gypsies It has been carried all
over the world. It is perfectly natural
for 'man to want to know abiut'tomor
row and next year. and it required but
little effort on his part to listenr to for
tune tellers. To thils day the business
is carried on with profit by the-gypsies
and others who impose upon the cre
dulity of the superstitious-New 'York
Take the "direct road" to health and
strength by using Folev Kidney Pills
for backache, rheumatism. weak, sor'
k i d neys and bladder irregularities.
Each ingredient is chosen for its posi
tive he-aling and curative qualities
Foley Kidney Pills are the best medi
cine you can buy for kidney and bladder
troubles. Mrs J. M. Findley, Lyoss,
Ga., says: "I took Foley Kidney Pills
nd they entirely cured me." The Dick
son Drug Co., Manning; Leon Fischer,
DR.KING'S NEW DISC4IVERtI
Wasl Surely stp That Cee
L ECTRI d.iKfi
Why 'Chteamen Are Poor Soldiers.
The Chinaman is a poor soldier, Not
that he is lacking .in. courage, for on
occasions he cheerfully sells hiniself
as substitute and goes willingly to the
executioner's ax in orderto provide his
parents with the small sum necessary
to support them through life. The
strength of an army. is in team work,
and here is where he fails on account
of his aversion to being ordered. This
Is founid in his domestic and industrial
work. A -general line of policy or de
sWed results -can be laid down, and he
will faithfully work in accordance
therewith, but he'islkes to be follow
ed up through the details of the -work
with frequent orders. He will produce
excellent results, but they must be at
complished in his own way; hence the
essence of good militari-prompt
and unquestioned obedience-comes tn
direct conflict - with his nature and
makes him- a- poor soldier. However,
this trait is not entirely wtating in
other nationaflties, as every business
man knows to his sorrow, and the dif
ficulty of getting employees to do a
thing in the prescribed way is one of
the constant anxieties.-H. H. Windsor t
in Popular Mechanics Eagazine
A Doubtul Introduction.
In Rubinstein's "naminbeences" we
rad how :the ililstrious pig!1iit went
from Berlin to settle in Vienna, fort
fled by letters of introduction to -vri
ots celebrities given to him by the
unaanmbassador at -the Prussian
court. He presented seVeral of them
without any beneficial result, and it
the ioesited to himtostr open those
which-rmiued and read-tlem. They
all ran, he says, as follows:
"Dear Countess-Oar position as am
bassador and ambassadress imposes
upon-ua the tiresom-dit of patron
izing and introducing all kinds of com
patriots, who are-often most importu
nate in their solctations. I therefore
now venture to introduce to you a cer
tain Rubinstein, the bearer of this
After that experience Rubinstein
threh aH his letters of lntrOduction Into
the fire, and he got on a great deal bet
ter without them.- -
An Actor's Qualification.
Among the--London Lyceum compa
ny- of ' Irving% .day was Evergreene -
Howe, a Quaker of whomn 'tom1stdty
is told in the "Life of Martib Eirvey:"
"Howe went ti see Ken -at .RiEh
mond and explained his dIefr a Kean
listened more or less patiently, and
Howe:used to deliver has vi Imi
tating ds manner.
"'Why. Cockie, you'ae -aQuaker,
eh? Keean said.
"'Yes,' admitted Howe.
"'And you want to go on the-stage.
do you, eh?
"Agin -Howe admitted the accuracy
of -the-estimate. Kean -turned In him
in his mnible-way aud asked:
"'WeK, COly, camyouitTetre?
"Not' an encouragI g n'
Howe 'eed to add. ' dtM-Kebt knew
s tn-otf snraton-as a-passport
to the stage . he used to 'conclude
. grimly" _ _ __ _ _ _
W s -iremneIfr afikkested.
Once-drtin h-Onv rsdiIon music,
when James HBiiton, the PEngla phy
silan and philosophcal writer, was
among the company, some one suggest
ed that "owing to the unlimitd- nom
ber of' musicsa1 compositions a' tine
would come-when all musid wddiid only
be a-repetition of-exhausted harm~onies.
Hinton remarked that then would come
a naen to inepkred by a -new spirit that
his feeling -would be not that-all -music
has been written, but that no =music
has yet been written? Mr. Bavetoek
Ellis cites-the saying In "The -Task of
Social Eygiene" applying- it':to the
domain of love.
W. R Fox, 195 . Wasbington,-St.,
Noblevie, Ind., says: "After suffer
ing many months with kidney trouble,
ffer trying other remedies and - pre
seriptions.I purchased a box of Foley
Kidney Pills which-notonly did me more
ood- than any -other-remedies I :ever
used, but have posiuively set my kid
neys right. Other members of my fam
ily have used theurwith similar results."
Take at the fli-aignofikidney trouble."
The Dickson Drug Co., Manning; Leon
A Secret Defined.
A -seret is a thing which you comn
mnunfeate Woou-whom you can trust
He In turn tells it to somebody that he
cantrut, ndthat somebody-tereals
it to another somebody- wirem -bean
trust. Anid so -it goes the rounds.ebut
It is still asecret,-although everybody
Not to Blame
' Fater (iternllyV-NW~ 5ophia7 some
-hing must -be done -to reduce your ex
penses. You are actually spendlng
.or than your allowanfee. Daughter
It isn't my fault, fabter. I've done'my
best to get you -to- Increase it.-Brook
H is Company.
He Fathei'- judge aman, sir, by
The Suitor--Then I'm all right; for
-'v ben keeping company with your
daughter for over two years.
"He means well."
eMaybe so, maybe so, but I fied him
becase be's too blamed willing to let
It go at that."-Detroit Free Press.
A man should be upright, not be-kept
A Iewre of Mari1
aing Citizens Should Weigh
WR This Evidence.
' Pr-of of wierit lies in the evidence.
Conrinci evidence in Manning.
Is not thre testimony of strangers,
But the maorsement of Manning peo
Thats the kind of proof given here
The statement of a Manning citizen.
Mrs R. L. Logan, Manning, S. C.,
sys: "Doan's Kidney Pills have been
s beneficial to mue that 1 am glad to
rcommend them. For a lone time 1
had trouble from my kidoeys and I suf
fered from a lame and aching back that
kept me from getting my proper rmst at
night. Doan'S Kidney Pills, which I
obtained fromi Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.'s
Drug Store. (now thme Dickson Drug
Co.,) and used -as directed, relieved me.
At the presezatatime lam enjoying much
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
aunts. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
New York., sole agents for the United
Remember the-name-Doan's -and
take no otbhe.
din y-ettiBoth of these are
called "complete" t
o, fertilizers, but they
are very different. .
If you prefer ready-mixed fer
tilizers, insist on having enough T
Potash in them to raise the crop
as well as to raise the price. Crops
coetain-nore than three times as much Potash as phosphoric aid.
It was found years ago that the com position one by adding enough Potash to make it. t.
of the crop is not a sure guide to the most To increase the Potash 43 -per cent.'UN
" obtablefertilizer. but itdoesnot take avery cotton and grain), add one bag Munate of
smart man to -gure out that a welbalanced Potash per ton of fertilizer; to increse it
fstillwshosld c01tain at leas wa Ucb Potash 9 per cent. (truck. potatoes tobacco. eola.
assaPbobricAdd. Insist on having it so. etc.). add two bags Sulphate or Mdarite
If-you donotfhdthe brand you want. make per ton.
Talk to-your dealer and ask him to carry Potash in Potash Pays
stock or order it fcr you. It will Day you both. for P '
For particulars cnd prices write to
GERMAN EAL! WORKS, Inc., 42 Broadway, New York
- Eme&ck B.ek, Chas, Ul. Bask & Trust Bldg., Saanah, Ga, Whitasy Bask Bldg EasvdIesta.
Egtire Bldg., Atlanta. Ga.
THE YOUNG RELIABLE,
J. H. R1GBY.
GET WHAT YOU WHAT
when you want it by 'Phoning us-Bicycle delivery
DICKSON'S DRUG STORE,
JOB WORK K
TO THlETIMES OFFICE.