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Hospitals are great and ne
shoekt be the last resort for -
to their sex. Many k
ratory af Lynn, Mass., p,
I mwenafter they have been re
AI have been made L
-women sbuld read them.
betold me Ims
1= and Ihs
.I took Lyd
9pound and was c
trnbla. et Ilcon 3
aid I would have to undelau
Rhout bso whenI reaut
. okhamVsegetable Om
hamantiv Wa and us
me audtodaylam able
M T MDw 3, 989 filwaul
em a-"I suffered more
don*amn and infiammat
Atold me the sam wtry, fth
e ' nd Ijus drededthe
nuTother-mnmainan that we
thisa elpd m uil& a Mrend 9A
hamnavegetable Lompounda trial.
itand now Idon't know Wh
be aet atest plass e t
S um ne ad i toe san t
ch1998mv oahffa St.,1Y~
Q mter om Abeut Fou
Mkee Low aich "Century.
beeAre variou theories to acont
OW thainMn store Of at au =
p ~tweln. The they ns w gae
cepisted- by .PYSidcit *ta
g tiechitBoa"e of apparen
energy ttbe enm tca
ai the eeath
t heat^ te n' a he
~a he eAbozrty f .
~ I7-aerstria laements have
beeeJQ~~tfie y -jthe spectoeeope as
- ngei rapora around the sun.
e oist think thiat they find traces
ee :fw. suancenas got al
~-~7~eathe-earth some day.
~hsien alculated that the beat
wiifi s~tbe quantity: of heat re
.'~~e8iijf the sarth's-surface dinung a
neVfe3.bou Yet'this enormous'spy
Soeela es.than one two-thousand
uimanen pist-of what the sun- pours
edthinalI directionslin space. It
nidtib reason that this inconceiva
lies*tgtrhi of heatimust betaccom
edby a'gradual though impercepU
hlMimraee in the size of the sun.
fba bpn Pres.-.
T Passed Over1teking Pain., but That
Was No Surpris.
When Professne Toxenz, the Danish
- artist, had finished his great work,
The Caronation of Edward VIL.," he
uceeed, it appears, an order from the
an. emperor f9r.a copy of this
gainting, for which the csar was to
Iedue cousathe professor repaired
~sPetrograd to deliver -the painting.
Hewas -grnted an aene with the
es., whao expressed his sattsfaction
rath the pieture and who handed the
gedmor aha order on. the . Imperial
treasur for the sum agreed upon.
When :the professor presented the
check for payment he was told that an
order from the emperor was supject toI
-~--con and~ he haa. therefore,. to
aepta som conalderably smaller than
linae value of the che .
Refere his departurefrom Eussia the
pOCesor had a fareweli aincewith
ab. esar, who in the course of conver
sano, asked him, "Did you get your
fofleisor Toxen replied that he had
Mt Intended to mention thie matter,
but since his majesty himself raised
the qUestion he would say he had re
~elved only part of the money.
At this the czar seemed not at all
auprised, but camly made out anoth
-morder for -the sum which had been
anm6.ct*l from the original amount,
enag thu Toxen got his money.-Wash
mgton Sta . __
Curise .etter Endings.
A few specimmns of the style of be
gDinn and ending letters in the old
- bysmayrove interesting as In strik
ng contrast to the laconic "yours obe
-disatly" "fankhfully" or "truly" of the
peent day. It would certain]y bei
dienlt to mateh the following sub
- eription of a letter from the Duke of
-hrewsbury to SIr Thomas Hanmer.
7 s~ted September. 1713: "I desire that r
e- yoil believe that, wherever I am,
Kshall always endeavor to deserve and
vary much value your friendship, be
8ag with -a sincere esteem, sir, your
J'~tst aitfuland obedient servant.
W requently one meets with bellicose
'~ rprions, as in the case of the
?'is of Eantly and Errol, who in 1594 (
~ Uteed"awful consequences" to theC
angstrates of Aberdeen unless they
reiesd certain gentlemea Imprisoned
a~I thei city and subscribed. "Yours as
gowlll. either present peace or weir."
~~L3PTRC THE BEST FOR C
-abf ER BHOSNESS 1
essary institutionsrbut the ie
vomen who suffer with ills
tters on file in thePinkham Dr
-ove that a great number of Pr
commended to submit to an
ell by Lydia E. Pinkham's
are three' such letters. All i
j... went to the doctor and yoi
t have n Operatio famas wi
ad to bave as I b ad been 00
)-t time. I would have terribe FO
nds and feet were cod all t FO
is E. Pinkiam's Vegetable COM- tc
red, and I feelbetter in every
ermison to my name
tat feelwell agi."
am, Nalnatte, Wis. M
-a When I first took Ijdia L Fu
e poundwassorundown -a
o ab y m* an d our doctor wt
eatinn. oalk is
Ve ( poaid what 4C
I got a botd of P
umd anid a packag of Lydia X 8*
todoa1mr and am well.*
we Ave., East6 Detroit, Mich.
thatn m ecantenlWithterrIbh K
on. - I tried several doctors and
b I never could get well without YC
thought of that. Ialso tried a ht
re reomnmended to me and nODO D
ivised me to ' E Pink.
The firs bttle Ikept
ti to be sick more andI
years old and 145 pounds.
)me if A can have the
orth SieBellevne, Pa. d1
Iwe writ tolydia E.-Pibnm 9"
. Your letter w~i bboome
aud held in stict co. ''"e.
'All my town and country
property. Have between
4,000 and.8000 acres of i
farm lands, both large and U
smal4l tracts. F!or terms and
pa-tiG iars1 apply~to
Manning S. C.
Fardm Land for ots
-Oif y l our houe. a
erty fr sal let sa
Offes inx 7Omlds Courty Hoase at4
nis DiTAXc NOT ICE.Ditic
(e 0 nills Distiticho 1a, 3 mills.' P
istrict No. 1, 2 mills; Distrit No. A
. mills; Dstrict No. 5, 6 mills; Disicb
go. 10;8 mills; District No. 1, 2 mills; P
)ist.rict No. 13, 4 mills; District No. 14,
mills; District No. 15, 8 mills; District
o. 1,6 mills; District No. 17, 4 mills;
)istrict No.,28, 4 mills; District No.9
,8mills; District No. 2 8 ills; Dis-c
rit o. 2, mills; Distrit No. 29, 4 il;F
)is; rict No. 0, mills; Districto
nc.No. , 8 mills; District No. 29, 4 ls
)istricr. No. 33, 4 mills.
School Bonds District 8 mnills; School
ponds district No 9. 4 3-4 mills; School
onds district No. 15, 8 1-2 mills; School FE
ends dir trict No. 19, 6 mills: School
ends district No 20. 5 1 2 mil's; School
sonde. disriet No. 22. 2 mill. n
Books for the cotle-ction of taxes will
en on the 15th, inst ant. Cashier or FE
ertified checks will be taken in pay
aent. of taxes. L. L WELLS.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days in
~ITME fil to eure any case of ItchinG
Know It Well
Eilar Features Well gUm to Esadreds
of Manning citiscns.
familiar burden in many a bomne,
'be burden of a "bad back."
. lame. a weak or an aching back
Iten tells you of kidney ills.
oan'sKidney Pills are for weak
Lere Is good testimony to prove their
. R Dyson, farmer, R. F. D. No. 2, a
rer, S. C.. says: "My kidneys were
tad shape. I had pai.is in my back
loins and could hardly walk at au
es. I was sore and lame and had "
umatic twinges in my shoulders UI
head ached and I had spells of diz- E
ss. The kidney secretions pas;ed Ua
wularly, sometimes being too fre- to
-ut, and the-n again scanty. My
ws and ankles b~e-ame swollen. I
tort d and tried different medicines
h no results. Finally I used Doan'a
iney Pills as directed and they re- a
ed all signs of kidnev troub'e "
rica 50c. at ali dealers. Dou't si- si
tsk for a kidney. remed%-ret
in's Kidney Pills-the same Z:a'
.Dyson had. Foster-Milburn Co.
>ps., Buffalo. N. Y. -
Our Jitney Offer.
'his and 5c. Don't, miss tbis. Cut M
, this slip, enclose with five ceuts to N
tey & Co, Chic:wo, Ill . writing
ir name and address plainly. You
1 receive in return a trial package
taining Foley's Honey and Tar Com M
mi. for cough.'. colls and er-up.
ley kidney Pills, and Fo:ey CathtEr
Tablets. Disksin's Drug Store. Adv ant
Down on Eis Back. take
'About wo var ago I got down on it th
back," writvs Solomon Bequetta. 9'
it River. Mo. "I vot a 50c. box of
ley Kidn,-y Pils and they straight
ed me right up. I recommend uo Al
0o have kidney troubie " Rheumatic
n-s una pains. soreness and stiffness,
ep disturhing bladder troub!e- yiald
iekly to Foley Kidney Pills. Dick
i's Drug Store. Ad.
Liven Up Your Torpid Liver
ro keep your liver active, use Dr.
ng's New Lift Pills. They insure C.
od digestion. relieve constipation,
d tone up the whole System-keep
ur eye clear and your skin fresh and
alt,by lookine. Only 25c, at your At
To Care Children's Col.
Keep child dry. cls .ae comfortable, I
roid exposure -and give Dr. Bell's
ie Tar-Honey. It is pleasant, sooth
g, antiseptic, raises pbiegm and re- S1
ices inflammation. The first dose
es relief, continued treatment with
roper care will avoid serious illness -
a long cold. Don't delay treatment.
on't let your child suffer. Get a bot- L
e today. Insist on Dr. Bell's Pine
a- -mey, 25c. at Druggists.-Adv.
it Rida acking La GrIpp Cosh-It
For the severe racking cough that
xnes with la-grippe, Foley's Honey
od Tar Compound is wonderfully heal
Ig and soothing. R. G. Collins, ex
ostmaster, Barnegat, N. J., says:
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
)on stopped the severe lagrippe eough
tat completely exbausted me. It ceant
e beat." Dicksons Drug Store.-Adv
Janury's Slowing Up.
Winter indoor life, heavy food and
regular exercise cause a dull, tired
,ling., Foiey (Cathartic Tablets-tone
p the stomach .and bowels, liven up
m liver, cleanse the system and give
m light, free feeling of proper diges
on.and good health. Do not gripe or
auseate. -Dicksons Drug Store.-Adv
As soon as an attack of Rheumatism
egins apply Sloan's Liniment. Don't
saste time and suffer unnecessary ag- a
y. A few drops of Sloan's Liniment 0:
the affected parts is all you need. ~
:e pain goes at once.
A grateful sufferer writes: l'I was -
:fering for three weeks with Chronic I
thematism and Stiff Neck, although
tried many medicines, they faled,
nd wsunder the care of a doctor. a
'ortunately I heard of Sloan's Lini- o
ent and after using it three or four
ys am up and well. I am employed a
c the biggest department store in 8. ~
'. where they employ from six to
ight hundre-hands. and they surely
rill hear all about Sloan's Liniment.
[.13. Smith, an:Francisco, Cal.-Jan
~I5. At all Druggists.-Adv.
Cold Weather Aches sa ?alns.
Many -aches and pains, sore muscles,
,if joints, and much rheumatism at
-ibuted to cold weather have their
rst cause in the failure of the kidneys
>properly eliminate waste matter from
se system. Foley Kidney Pills tone up
eak and ;diseased kidneys, giving
rompt relief from aches and pains.
ickson's Drug-tore:~ Adv.
Bow to Cure Colds.
Avoid exposure and drafts. lRat
gt. Take Dr. King's New Discov
ey. I; is prepared from Pine Tar,
eaig balsams and mild laxatives.
Ir. King's New Discovery kills and cx
ls the cold germs, soothes the irri
sted throat and allays inflammation.
iheals she tsucous membrane. Search is
Syou will, you cannot find a better fa
muh and cold remedy. Its use over
years is a guarantee of satisfaction. N
Six-Tea-Old Bad Crou p.
"I baye a little girl six years old on
bo has a good deal of trouble with the lii
iup," writes W. E. Curry, Evans
le. Ind. "I have used Foley's Honey
id Tar, obtaining instant relief forr
W. My wife and I also use is and wIll
y it is the best cure for bad cold,
ugh, throat trouble and eroup that I ..
or saw." Dickson's Drug Store. Ady.
I ilb tthe following places on
.tes given opposite name of place, to
ke returns of personal property. No
nd returned this year, except where
has been acquired since last return.
50 per cent penalty will be added to3
ose who fail to maire returns for
er personal property. So you had
t meet me at the nearest meeting
ce to you, and save your.,elf trouble. .
Paxville, Monday Jan 24th.
Pinewood, Tuesday Jan 25th.
R~eini, Wednesday Jan 26th.
D. W. Browns Store. Thursday Jan 27
Summerton. Judge Richbourg offiee,
'iday Jan 28th.
St. Paul, Saturdlay Jan 29th.
~s. James, Monday Jan 31st.
Davis Station, Tuesday Feb 1st.
Jordan, Wednesday Fe 2nd.
H A Alsbrook, Thursday Feb 30th.
'oreton. Friday Feb 4ta.
Wilson Mill, Saturday 5:h.
armony, A R Chandler, Monday
Iidway, Barrows Mill, Tuesday Feb 8
sandy Grove, W D McFaddin, Wed
Doudas, Turbeville store, Thursday
ew Zion, Friday Feb 11tht.
~lolu, Saturday Feb 12th.
A. P. Burge's,
igoratng to the Pale and Sickly
e ld Standard general strengthening tonic.
.ovEs TASThLESSchill TONIC, drives out
Fo Graalt Sdsimli Use
bse e a
m aobmas wele
.atrenaoes IO ' m be
*.s'.a: obsre aSosa~I
a. omet am m o
r To ie Qu n To Chidrt
utasse dm aoe m uneto
r Jta i. A L
cril obso Quinne besntMueM
Jpstirs vrnk fanig
A NenTN. S.yulr C eea.7
hnet ie u nine o anr,
Al~skradune ariname ghe tol
o'4R. S. t.e y . p.i
Uei ver t and ro Oulnin
MANNING S V.
toon Noi~t 7h7c
R. . Floyd
ie over Home Bank and Trust
MANNNG S Q
IVEOR and CIVI ENGINE
)ftec over Bank of maunln
On First-Clas Real Estm
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
ea .- ha-Im
SATWACrON OK MONET RAC
Piles Cured lan6 to 14 Days
2IToNrr fanls to ce any case of tch
homovr You Need a General To
The Old Standard Grove's Tastel
ll Tomie is equally valaable as
ieral Tonic because it contains
d IRON. .It actson the Iiver, PD
t Malaria, Eruiches the Blood
1d4 up th Whole System. S0Oe.
f The Successful Bui
a good one to follow; you can't
- wrong if you walk in his footste
Sman of affirs today is without
nmnercial bank account: no busini
ever small, can afford to be with<
e. If von have not an account. get
s for success by opening one with
oie Bank and Trust (
Gabb Ta bes list Afbhet The IA
ause of s Ionie amasazative uedeet I.
hag had. emember the fullsame
IA RLESTON. S.C
c. v. VERNER,
Engineer -- Surveyor.
Conwrete, Drainage, Roads.
Superintendent of Water Works,
MANNING, S. C.
Phone. - Water Works.
JOHN G. DINKINS,
ATTORNEY AT LAw.
Manning, S. C.
Office in Od Court House.
A. H. L ESESNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING. S. C.
W.C. DAVIS. J. W. WIDEMAN
DAVIS & WIDEMAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAw,
M ANNING. S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MJ ANNIN(G. h. C.
L. & 0. VUkLUYT. A. o.lI.VKH 0 KHYAN
PURDY & O'BRYAN,
It Atterneys ounselors at Law
- MANNING. S C.
*t in stock. and ask yoi
prices before you bu
9 . M. Bra4
inhole kitchen forfitooring
Pots, Broilers Tailan
etc 'N, 0 we have in th e s
makead thmp.s RabDo
A col u r :0am Rt 01
McLeod Lv. 8:20 '' " 10:20
Harby 4 8:15 " " 10:25
Dura " 8:05 " " 10:35
eardinia " 7:50 "' " 10:50
-New Zion " 7:40 " " 11:30
Beards " 7:35 " " ]1:10
. Seloc "' 7:30 4' 11:25
SParoda Jt. " 7:15 " "~ 11:40
'i Hudsons " 7:10 " " 11:55
QOnta " 7:00 " Ar. 12:05 :
Train No. 1 atnd No. 4 are Pasw.ne
STrain No. 2tand No. 3 are M ixed T
****obeds, Hrby, Duran's, IB
RUB OUT PAIN
wihgood oil liniment. That's
tesurest way to stop them.
Tebest rubbing liniment is
IGood for the Ailments of
Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc.
Good for your owen Aches,
When wishing to ta
Office, we have the car
Our drivers are always
price is reasonable 6i
-r inspection. 6et our
v. Everything guaran
ices paid for
f useful articles required
purposes, and we have
. Kettles. Tea and Coffee
,Fry Pans, Oake 1'ins.
cel lent makee. They are
Sformed in a way that
Whether you need a
dd thii g, it is here.
BLE, NO. 14.
Supersedes Time Table No. 13.
2 Train No. 3 Train No 4 MI.
. Read Up. Read Down.
.m. Ar. 5:00 p.m. Lv. 8:15 n.m. 0
Lv. 4:30 ' 8:20 " 2
"" 4:40 " " 8:2.5 " 5
"4:25 " " 8:30 " 7
'4:10 " ' 8:45 " 12
'4:00 " " 8-50 " 14
"3:50 " " 8:55 " 15
" " 3:35 4' ' 9:05 "I 17
-3:20 "~ " 9:15 " 20
"3:10 " " 9:20 " 21
Km. "3:00 " A r. 9:30 " 2:,
ard and Hudsnu are flag twn
ALDERM AN, T. M.
A!clu. S C.
They Let Him
b elieve I entirely credyand
sleep soundly all nIght." HI. T.
Stakne two of Foley Kidney Pills
eawit an gatso pure water after eac
tgup time after timetoduring the
Foley Kidney Pills also stop pain
ach toubles disturbedahert action,
pains due to kidne and l1a dder all
IGalnesvi11e, Ga., R. R. No. 3. Mr.
Ie been unable to sleep al nigh
wthu getn up. rSometimes onlya
I heard oft for th trouble. Las yhan
taing oebottle I beliee e am en
tirely cured and I sleep soundly all
ke a trip or meet the trains ring-up Th.e .
s and the most careful drivers that can i- e
ready to go in any kind of weather. e.,
ve us a chance. -
Yours to please.
THE BEST FERTLZBRh
to use this yearjis a mixtude of equal
parts of Acid Phosphate and. Cotton
This mixture will analyse NINE per
cent. available Phosphoric Acid. and
THREE AND ONE HALFper cent Am
monia, and nearly, if not quite ONE
per cent. Potash. A.
We are prepared to furnish both the
above materials and also Blood and
Tankage. and we solicit inquiries.
M II llB
AINING OIL IL
[ . Manning, S.. C
Dont Forget To Ca11
CITY TAILOR SHOP.
To get your Fal Suit, our Fall and Winter Samples
is now in. We use the famous Bruner Woolen, and
we are prepared to elive you a guaranteed job.
We also do Cleaning. Pressing Dyeing and
French Dry Cleaning. Repairing, Alter- -
ing on all kinds of garments.- All
F. C. WILLIAMS, Prop.
,PHONE No. 1. ~ OLD BAKERY S'5A..
WELL! WELL ! WELL !
IF IT IS
'ou want. get the Oldt Reliable to do
We~ are rea~dy to giva you estim tes on your Plamb Le
ing at a low price. Al work strictly guarante
Come and pick out your Fixtures.
01.lB ke-ry S' asd. Next to Pressing
Rowland & Caulde
Manningj. S. C.
We Lead, Others Follow.
4 What Will The Harvest Be
H 't-'v ou '-r 'o p0 - to ttI- k0' w t 'he1 s veto
5, r' I !e'. wo k --I b y A - o 30 . .ior n .Vy p et 'fCur
mone1B- erB' 1 for~ th. -wii. - f o ti l sg and r o n-f .?
A:B :v stig'a'o 'B: ll 4' ou that r san ,~ k wo41id b- an
41b- :Ln ar o' k e. g nu tu,, , .:y v-'s a pa, a p a
fo w. farm. r t- ha' e a -- r :. h:an B. c eiBB:. Y'u
m-n' -t .0 b-e rawr-' ii f h.-s. d *' : we en a.. ,iot : the
'an for '0o. .. iB (*f ov!.. nr . a re br rn -- a nd w w hou:
ans ri d uipe D-op to t -S' e nt-X0 'ime y oue in rewn.
Make the call friendly-you don't have to do busness e-v' ry
time ycu coBme to to say "bela.
3 ne TJs To n 3un Mv udi We'll Remedl
BANK OF TURE VILLE.