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John B. Stetson Hats, $3.50 to $5.00, $3.0
Bargain Price $1.89 25c.
Genuine Bankock Hats, worth $5.00, 50.
Bargain Price...... ..-...... $1.50 -
Straw Hats, the $3 kind, for. only.... 98c. $1.0(
50c. Silk Hose.. .............--- 30c. loc.
25c. Silk Hose..... ........-.-- 15c. Men
Sealisland Sheeting. Yard-Wide $5.
at 6c. Silk
$1.00 shirts............-.-----35c. $2 E
Save This Coupon.
This Coupon is worth 50c. This Coupon
and 50c. Buys 10 Yards of Sea Island
-There's a great va'riety of useful articles required
in the kitchen for cooking purposes, and we have
them all in superior quality. Kettles. Tea and Coffee
Pots, Broilers,- Saucepans, Fry Pans, Cake Tins,
etc., we have in the most excellent makee. - They are
of the finest block tin, and formed in a way that
makes them most durable. Whether you need a
whole kitchen outfit or an odd thirg, it is here.
Alcohu Rairoad Co.
Effective Se -, 191 TIM TAL, Supers Time Table No. 13.
Station Train No. 1 Train No. 2 Train No. 3 Train No. 4 Ml.
Res&Up. Read Down. Read Up. Bead Down.
Ale elu Ar. 8:30 a.mn. Lv. 10:15 a.m. Ar. 5:00 p.m. Lv. 8:15-p.m. 0
~McLeod-Lv.8:20 "' " 10:20 " Lv. 4:50 " " 8:20 " 2
-Harby " 815" ".10:25 " -"4:40 " "&825 " -5
Durant " 8:05 " "10:35 " "4:25 " .'" -830" 7
~Sardiia"47:50" " 10:50" '"4:10 " " 8:45" 12
New Zon' " 7:40 " " f.30 " " 4:00 " " 8-50 " 14
Beards " 7:35 " "11:10 " "U3:50 " " 8:55 " , 15
* Sine ..7.30 "~ "G -25 " " 3:35 " ". 9:05 " 17
ParodaJt. " 7:15 " "1-1:40 ," -'32 " 9:15 " 20
~Hudsons " 7:10" "~1155" " 3:10" "9:20 " 21
Olanta '" 7:00 " Ar. 12:05 p.m. "3:00 " Ar. 9:30 '' 25
Train No~ 1 and No.4 are Passenger Trains.
TraNo. 2and No. 3are MixedTrains.
..e4HIc~edSHary, Durants, Beards-and Hudsion are flag stations.
- - 'P. R. ALDERMAN, T. M.
Alcoln. 8. C.
TH E RE IS A
Our Mule Pen, Buggy Repository,
Harness and Wagon Houses are Full.
We are today doing business with
a thousand satisfied customers who
were directed to us by their fathers
Fourth Car Mules
to arrive next Monday.
A look, and our price, and goods make
you a customer-Guess the Reason.
_D. M. Bradhiam &Son
Soft Collars.... ..........
Ties, three for.............
Men's Pants... ............
birts................. ... ..
NATURAL BORN HUNTERS.
Brazilian Natives Are Only Rivaled by
Those of Australia.
If you want to find a thoroughbred
sportsman you must look among the
natives of the Brazilian forests. Espe
dally among the Botocudo. to whom
tracking game is the chief business of
his life. He does it with such skill
that he fills the white man with aXw
However enthusiastic a huntsman
you are you will feel yourself a poor l
sportsman after watching him for a
little while. The Botocudo hunter,
glides stealthily through the forest.
He understands every sign and habit
of bird and beast. He knows how
high up an armadillo displaces the I
leaves of a tree In passing. He can
distinguish the tracks of the snake I
and the tortoise. le can follow the
tortoise to its burrow by the scratches
of its scaly armor on the mud. His1
sense of smell is so keen that it helps
him a great deal in hunting. Hidden
behind the trunk of a tree he can Im- I
itate the cries of birds and beasts to in
bring them within range of his deadly h
poisoned arrow. He can even entice n
the alligator by making her rough eggs C
grate together where they lie under I
leaves on the river bank. If he shoots
at an ape and the animal does not fall
he will climb up after the animal by a
hanging creeper where no white man
would climb. However dark the for- a
est, he is indifferent to this darkness.
Laden with his bag of game he finds P
his way back to his hut by the sun
and the lay of the ground.
His only rival is the Australian na- I
tve. He will lie in wait behind a
screen of boughs. He walts until the
angroo comes to drink, or he will
track him for days in the open. Hed
will camp by his fire to be ready for
his pursuit at early dawn. He keeps
unseen to leeward.
When a number hunt together they
will put up a brush fence in two long
wings, converging toward a pit, and so
drive the kangaroos Into it. They also
form great hunting parties for a bat
tue surrounding half a mile of bush
land, and with shouts and clatter they
drive all the game to the center, where
they can close round and dispatch .
thenm with spears and waddles. In
fowling they show the same adroit- n
ness. A native will swim under wa
ter, breathing through a reed. He
merely covers his head with water a
weed till he gets among a flock of
ducks, which one by one he pulls un
der and tucks into his belt. They
rarely need to make use of dogs in 1:
hunting, though they had learned this a
way of bunting long before the white
man knew anything about it. They
used the dingo or native dog.-Chicago t
Red Devil Lye
EATS UP FILTH
Ssptb.F Ry ents
OUT-OUSES R L FATNDS
Make Your Out-Houso Sanitary
Te odor asigfrom prves aeckig
are also the b lc for flies and other
an air route.
RED DEV17s LYE, pletiply~ sprinlMc ina
previs evers two o th~ree days, in~ cat tup the
ArWh deposits, -ee such ploes seaitary, and
p out the pestiferos Air.
ntbecmeasue Idollars and cnts.a e
Use edellye for thi I i t
ataytap thefllth. olt once, and
R ED DEVIL LYE
Is Death to the Fly
to srnlWrite fr Boklet "P VENT.
W. scELW KFG. CO.. St. LouIs. Ne,
1.59 50c. Wash Ties, three
loc. '10c. Hose, all colors...
15C. $2.50 Ladie's Oxfords
1.00 Apron Ginghams......
7c. Men's $2 Silk H,
4c. at 4
2.98 Men's $2.00 Caps.
89c. $2.00 Underwear.
49c. $1.00 Underwear.......
BETWEEN W. P. LEGG ANI
VOMEN WHO ARE
May Find Help in This
Swan Creek, Mich.-"I cannot speak; a
o highly of your medicine. When
through neglect or t
overwork I get run t
down and my appe
tite is poor and I
have thatweak, lan
guid, always tired
feeling, I get a bot
l- teof LydiaAI. Pink
Compound, and it
builds me up, gives
me strength, and re
stores me to perfect 1
alth again. It is truly a great bless- a
g to women, and I cannot speak too
ghly of it. I take pleasure in recom
ending it to others."-Mrs. ANNE
LMEtoN, R.F.D., No. 1, Swan Creek,
Another Sufferer Relieved. a
Hebron, Me.-"Before taking your
medies I was all run down, discour- e
;ed and had female weakness. I took
dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Corn
,nd and used the Senative Wash, and
d today that I am an entirely new
man, ready and willing to do my
rsework now, where before taking
er medicine it was a dread. I try to
cpress upon the minds of all ailing
omen I meet the benefits'they can
rive from your medicines." -Mrs.
ATES RowE, Kennebago, Maine.
If you want special advice
~rite to Lydia E. Pinkham Med-.
'ne Co., (confidential) Lynn,
[ass. Your letter wil be opened,
ad and answered by a woman
ad held in strict confidence.
-A Faux Pas.
"You certainly put your foot in itr
hen you told Mrs. Flirty that the fact
u were arguing was as plain as theC
se on her face."d
"Why did I put my foot in it?" a
"Because she is considered to have e
pretty nose."-Baltimore American.
During the Argument.
"And you tell me that several men
-posed marriage to you?" he said
"Yes; several." the wife replied.
"Well, I only wish you had married
e first fool who proposed."
"I did."-Yonkers Statesman.
Is Sickness a Sin?
If not, it's wicked to neglect illness
d means of relief. It's wicked to en
re Liver Ills. Headache, Indiges
on, Constipation when one dose of
o-Do-Lax gives relief. -Po-Do-Lax is
odophyilin (May A pple,) without the
*ripe. It arouses the Liver, increases
e flow of bile-Natures antiseptic in
e bowels. Your Constipation and
her ills disappear over-niigbt because
oDo-Lax has helped Nature to re
ove the cause. Get a bottle from
ur Druggist to-day. Get rid of your
onstipation overnight. -Adv.
Write me and I will explain
how I was cured iD 4 days of a
severe case of Piles of 40 .year-'
standiog without pain, knife or
dets ntion from business. No one
need suffer from thbis d isease w hens
this humane cure can be had
rigiht here in South Carolina.
R. Mi. JOSEY,
R'ute 4, Lamar, S. C.
iow To Glive Quinine To Children.
TBRILINE is the trade-mark name given to an
prove Quinie. ItsatTasteless Syrup pleas
s len ta lit and never now it isQ une.
~eordinar Quinine. Does not nauseateno
~ose Ask for 2-ounc orina package. ~he
ame FEBRILINE is blown in bottle. 25 cents.
-. $48 Gra
its, All Colors. 5 pou
69c. 50c. 1
HOME BANK AND TRUST
The average daily field ration of the
nted States army is made up as fol
ws: Bacon. 12 Ounces tor fresh meat.
) ounces): bread. Is oun' es; beans. 2.4
unees: potatoes. '.:0 ouuses: prunes or
reserves. l.2s ounces: coffee. 1.12
ies: sugar. 3.2 ounces; evaporated
iflk. 5 otti'es: rine;:ar. .1 gill salt.
4 ounce: :epper <bhtek). .04 ounce;
rd. .64 ounce: butter. .5 ounce. Of
is ration Just a portion Is carried In
Ividually by the soldier; the rest. such
s butter. l:ird. pepper. sirup. etc.,
re given In bulk to the companles and
ien distributed to the men at meal
Mock Marriages In India.
A third marri)ge is considered an
icky In . certain parts of India. A
yurth iarriage is not. So when a man
rishes to become a benedlet after two
revious trials and still evade supersti
lon he evokes & very clever scheme.
fr. -Man of India goes through a cere
iony with a bird or animal or flower
s the bride in order that his next wife
rill be the fourth and not the third
When Turtles 'ere Big.
Of the turtles It May be said that
ey represent the most ancient type of
11 vertebrates, resembling closely as
bey do the reptiles of their kind which
isted so far back as the mesuzoic
ra. There were sea tortoises during
t epoch- which measured twenty
eet in spread of flippers, while some
ertiary tortoises were not less big In
ody, ineasuring twelve feet from head
One View of Love.
"Do you think there is -anything re
arkable In love at first sight?" asked
he romantic youth..
"Not at all," answered the cynic.
It's when people have been looking
.t each other for four or five years
hat t becomes remarkable."-Peaf
A Medicine Chest For 25c.
In this chest you have an excell ent
medy for Toothache, Bruises, Sprain
itiff Neck, Backache, Neuralgia, Rhe
matismn, and for most emergencies.
ne 25c bottle of Sloan's Linmment
oes it all--this because these ailments
re symptoms, not diseases, and 'are
aused by congestion and inflammation
f yo-. doubt, ask those who use Sloans
niment, or better still, buy a 25c
ottle and prove it. All Druggist.-Av
Short women s.hould avrold much trim.
ning on their skirts. says a fashion
tyriter. Yes. aind so should long women
f their husbands are short.-Ptts
Oh, Swear Not by the Moonl
oreo was swearing by the moon.
"Nothing doing," protested Julet.
"The moon is a dead one."-New York
A Popular Verdict.
Based on Evidence of Manning People.
Grateful thousands tell it
Of weak backs made strong
Of weak kidneys made well
Urinary disorders corrected.
Manning people add their testimony.
They praise Doan's Kidney Pills.
Manning evidence is now complete.
Manning testimony is confirmed.
Reorts of early relief substantiated
Merit doubly proved by test of time.
Lt a Manning citzen speak.
Mrs. H. P. Jenkinson. Church St.
Manning,'S. C., says: "I sufferea fron>
pains in my back. I used Doan's- Kid:
ne Pills a.s dir' cted and. they helpec
me wonderfully, regulating the actiot
of my kidneys and relieving the miser:
in my back." (Statement given Janu
ar 30th, 1911.) Over three years late>
Mrs. .lenkinson said: "I use Doan'
Cidney Pills occasionally when m;:
kidneys trouble me and they never fai
to give me e' f"
Petrie 50e: at all dealers Don't siun
pv ask for a kidney remedy-ge
Dan's Kidney Pis the same tha
Mrs. Jenkinson had. Foster-.\liburi
Co, Props. Buff, alo, N. Y.
F0IEY CAT~A2llC TA1LETS
Keep Suah Sweet -IiverActive-Bowels Regular
nulated Sugar 1c. Poi
ii every $5.00 purchase we will
is of Granulated Sugar at 1c. a pc
nds for 5 cents.
Suits-All-wool Blue Serge, the
lai $12 kind, Extra Special....
Jones says his wife Is the most
thrifty womi:!n h1c ever knew. "Why
sI:-." lih sny-s. *-.t has uade- ten bed
spreads (Iu:-im: t h, 1:tsr trwo years: mndt
the-m herself. sir. out or tie smlflIes
sle collectei In her shopimi tours dur
Ing thnt time."-New York Globe.
The Rain Gzuge.
Althoulgh the invention of the rain
gauge is attributed to an Italian con
temporary with Galileo. such instru
ments were In use in Korea at least
two centuries before his time.
Courage conquers all things. It even
gives strength to the body.-Ovid.
Two Commoa Summer Ailments.
Tbusands of h.% fever and asthma
% ivi m-t who tr.- i ot able to go to the
motnotans fiad- rli'f in Foley's Honey
and Tar-* mound. It allays the in
flammation. sotithes and heals raw and
rasping bronchial tubes and -helps to
overcome difficulty in breathing, and
makes sound, refreshing sleep possible
Dicksons Drug Store.-Adv.
-sod p Bu n Wpadu s utu oureq .11& 1=
-.IOU SWootse Juaona lalq O pus
wrie o wnsT owuajn i&t trq
Th 0im anod w1U4a41 tIred ofp livig.
Wsq sun-i 11 'Spoq aqj jo Siaujsjvum
tokmolu idqo ail 'pand sluorm
-oul .; OuTsads ave wit
are toic in ffect nddac prmtl.
DfiksJens ru Store.-Av.2 rd
"u Tes ou th sailaner are~ qs
Que OYJ1lo tl TeyJ have 0man hingsf
"I see notinguO~ strneout that I1~o~
is the sameproinciple ow- weucar
eep afemaf"-Losil Curer-.Tu
OddA ombey Jacsrtonil.Txs
orie San aadown th iy ouvid
by a prhnemaimdl, wih a bccheoul
Laetime ndcriptired whic living.e
took Foly bybidnniln w thp-t
oughy crdn' Tousands have fiyitm
thien ila rketoe Kdney?" l
are tncn effert and th onrytl
An thensae ofprincipteon is wort ca
fypluntfc an t- oflgrasfo peope V
eep off tou.-o~lubia Statle.o
TheremIsatte entane iou theihrtl
fetof balowl- Inushe cirtyo ve;
irinal, amost rakbl tb esn'tei
itn yourcition. whichiayte thi
2- woianos wayt byegking itnte capita<
DrTKg. CNtradifer PTlrstoih.t
EWhyjon'tyoul put: borlyoemn ma
he mornithe-mrfe, s~ogefulG
can'tiin. statie cotiing on air.l-o
fro.w.r P~ldelu;.: edgyefr5.
nioratne o prvniIothePanSck
Theond Stadare, aenera Itrenthell alonv
GRos TATLESS Cuses TostIll.rvst
Maccuatedhethe i udr the sy
48c. Boy's Suits-Large Sizes, New Stock,
Latest Styles. The regular $6.00,
md! Special Price................. $2.49
sell 5 Men's Hats-All colors, all sizes, worth -
)und- from $2 to $3.50 each, Special Price . 98c.
Men's Shirts-These Shirts are strictly
69c. $1 Shirts and some $1.50 ones among
22c. them. They go at............ . 29c.
Remember, Big Bargains can always be
$5.98 had at ABRAMS'.
Save This Coupon.
This Coupon is worth 50c. This Coupon
and 75c. Buys 10 Yards of regular 12 12;
Fruit of the Loom Bleach.
i3me tella Wha
Ma tomorrow bettesi
stati a Banks
S..,S - fn
'If, for no other reason than the unforeseen demands incident
to human life, you owe yourself a Bank account.
I's a duty, because you haven't the poder to predict the
future but you have power to start a Bank account and fortify for
the future. Besides we want to help worthy young men.to succeed.
Bsgin today with $1.
The Bank of Manning.
10,000,000 People Know All About it
That the only correct way to have clothes
pressea is on a Hoffman sanitery steam
cloths pressing machine.
MAKE IT That's Our Metho<T
MK ITYOUR WAY CALL US TO-DAY
HOFFMAN FRENCH DRY CLEANIN6 CO.
T. N. WILDMAN, Mgr. 'Thone 142, Manning, S.-C
Dont Forget To Call
CITY TAILOR SHOP.
To get your Fall Suit, our Fall and Winter Samples
is now in. We use the famous Bruner Woolen, and
we are preparedi to give you a guaranteed job.
We also do Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing and
French Dry Cleaning. Repairing, Alter
ing on all kmnds of garments. All
F. C. WILLIAMS, Prop.
~PHONE No. .1. - OLD BAKERY STAND
TO THE TINES OFFICE.