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'that :w want you to enjoy
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'Price as low as can be
He sat solemnly upon the top ste
huost directly under the steamer o
thite crepe and- accepted with grav
ty the offerings of candy and othe
hildish treasures. . Perhaps twent
of. his playmates had gathered abou
aim and th'e kindly 'faced old lad
vhose buick sympathy took in' th
neaniig - of the tableau halted he
:ompanion the better to observe.
. "Isn't that just too swedt," sh
mid with gentle -enthusiasm. "Th
poor little chap has lost his littl
Fets Who Know
For r :' . aa.ache, Cranger
iver . ula'..: catirely relieved my
rou. ! .---J. ^'_ Wetumpka, Ala.
I.'.heavy headache. Vomited
,wice to eix times - day. Four doses
>f Gra. er Li.;: let.ator made me
well.-Lounda .Pr.dly S:>mer
Mcther hid :ick headache. Granger
Liver 1egulator" did her more good
than all the -medicine she had taker
before.-Pcarlcy Davia, Pacio, Ala.
I never expect to be without it in
mny hemo.--Jenie. Usey, Gadsden, Ala
It is a great saver of doctors' bills
-I.ouis N. Kent,~ Honoraville, Ala.
There is none better.-Dr. T. E
Cot hram, Alexis, Ala.
All druggists sell Granger Live1
Regulator-25c, Try it.
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in Manning and Clar
1 I have some of the
finest lands and lots
~to offer you.
For particulars ap
MANNING, S. C.
If, for .no other reason~ than thi
life, yeu owe yourself a Bank Acco
It's a duty, because you haver
<'you have, powver to start .a Banl
Besfdes we want to help worthy you
ig Men's uits
o $30. 00
o Snappy and "Spring Like" :
the satisfaction of. owning one.
crkmanship, accurate fit.
iskcd for good merchandise.
brother or sister and his playmates
are offering the best sympathy they
p know. Now look at that little tot,"
f as one tiny girl pushed her way
through the crowd and thrust a coga
r rette coupon into his overflowing
y hands. "It's all she has to offer, dear
t little thing, but she gives it willingly
to show her sympathy with her lit
e tle playfellow. I am going to give
r her a penny to give him."
The tot was on the outskirts of
e the crowd and the old lady beckoned
e to her.
e "Has that little boy lost his sis
, ter?" she demanded.
"Naw, his brudder died," was the
"And you are trying to console
him. It's just too sweet," was the
enthusiastic comment. "You are giv
ing him your little treasures to make
him forget his loss?"
"Naw," was the unexpected reply,
"when de funeral's over we're going
to git some of de flowers. Dat's
Before Millard Fillmore was elect
ed to the vice presidency of the Unit
ed States he was head of the law
firm of Fillmore, Hall & Havens of
Buffalo, says an exchange. It was
one of the leading law firms of the
state. He was defendant's attorney
in a certain actionin Buffalo. At the
opening of the trial of the case 'the
plairtiff's attorney stated to the jury
that he would have to depend entirely
upon the justice of his client's case,
as the defepdant had sought and ob
tained aid and counsel of one of the
ablest firms of lawyers in western
New York, and he might say he had
opposed to him the right bower of
the legal profession.
"What (lees he mean by that?" said
Mr. Hlaven replied. "Hie means
SP'RING COLDS ARE DANGEROUJS
Sudden changes of temperature and
undlerwear bring spring colds with
stuffed up head, sore throat and gen
eral cold1 symptome. 'A dost of Dr.
King's New Discovery is sure relief,
this happy combination of antiseptic
balsams clears the head, soothes the
irritatedl membranes and what might
have been a lingering co1(d is broken
up. Don't stop) treatment when re
lief is first felt as a half cured cold1
is dangerous. Take Dr. King's New
Discovery till your cold is gone.-adyv.
starting a Bank*
unforeseen demands incidept to human
't the power to -predict the future but
Account and fortify for the future;
ng men to succeed. Begin today with $.
is the best all-round medicne
ever. used," writes j.A.
Steekmaniof Pattonvifle, Texas.
"t suffered. terribly with liver
troubles, and could get no relief.
The doctors said I had con
sumption. I could not work at
all. Finally I tried
and to my surprise, I got better,
and am to-day as well as any
man." Thedford's Black -
Draught is a general, cathartic,
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- package today. Insist on the
"Yes, I know," replied Mr. Fill
niore "but what does he mean by
that particular expression?"
"Did you ever play euchre?" said
"No," said Mr. Fillmore.
"Well," said Havens "in the game
f euchre the right bower is the big
rest knave in the pack.
A Camp-Meeting Story.
Now that the camp-meeting season
as drawing to a close, this good story
:omes from a representative from.
A whangdoodle, hard-shell preacher
va's holding forth and wound up a
laming sermon with a peroration
which came near taking the shingles
)ff the meeting house. He said:
"My brethern and sistern, if a
nan's full of religion you can't hurt
tin. There was the three Arabian
hildren; they put 'em in a fiery fur
iace, heated seven times hotter, than
t could be het, an' it didn't, swin ge
i har on their heads; no, not a single
tar. An' there was John the Evan
eler; they put him -an' where do
ou think brethern and sistern, they
put him? Why they put him in a
aladronic of biling water an' ile an'
ailed all noght an' it didn't crack his
shell. - An' there was Daniel they
put them in a lion's den, an' what,
my fellow travelers an' companions
n sin do you think he was put in
z lion's den for? Why, for prayin'
three times a lay. Don't be alarmed,
brethern and sistern; I don't think
any of you will ever get in a lion's
A Hard-Luck Story.
"I have just heard a real hard
luck story from one of my constitu
ents," said Judge Bartlett of Georgia
to the Houston Chronicle man. "There
hias been considerable snow in Georgia
and my constituent, wvho lives in a
p~rohibition county, was going to a
dance. lie had to drive fifteen miles.
He seat to an adjoining county for
a vuart of whiskey. On the night of
the dance he decided to save the
whiiskey until the long, cold drive
"Before he wvent into the house he
looked around for a place to hide his
treasure. He saw a pile of brush
nearby, and going over to it took the
precious quart andl pushed it under
the brush. In about one second he
heard a muffled splash. Hie had tried
to hide, perhaps, .the only quart of
whiskey in the county in an abandon
Whenever You Ned a General T nic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
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Genesral Tonic because it conitainis the
well known tonic propertles of QUI NINE~
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents.
Sloan's Liniment For Rheumatism
The torture of rheumatism, the
pains and aches that make life un
bearable are relieved by Sloan's Lini
inent, a clean clear liquid that is easy
to apply and more effective than mus
sy plasters or ointments because it
penetrates quickly without rubbing.
For the many pains and aches follow
ing. exposure, strains, sprains and
muscle -sorpeness, Sloan's Liniment is
promptly effective. Always have a
bottle handy for .gout, lumbago,
toothache, backache, stiff neck and
all .external '-pains. At drurgists,
AT 5 O'
The following arti
AND SPORT COATS.
VALUES UP TO
Saturday Sale 0
$1.00 VALUES. .
goods on Sal
A Real Special Sale of Furniture and H
In order to make room for Spring an
some of our present stock.
We are going to offer for a few days s
Sumter, IN HIGH GRADE FURNITURI
The above suit in Olive, Green and Gold .
Four piece American Walnut bed room Suit -
F'our piece Mahogany Suit (Colonial design) -
Four piece Antique Ivory Suit (Adam Period)
Seven piece Black Walnut Suit (Four Poster)
Four piece Antique Ivory (Adam Period) .
Four piece Fumed Oak Bed Room Suit .
Mahogany Chiffarobe (Colonial Design)
China Cainret to matc-..---.._------1 . 5
54inch (Golden Ok Butffet--------2.7
2-inch Continuous Post Bed..-- --...--...--$6.00
Baby Cribs-------ak --.... --... --.25 to 15.0
GIVE US YOUR ORDER FO
WE ARE AGENTS FORl
109 N. Mai St.
BIG. ON HE
Lles will be on Sale
Lt 5 o'clock.
UP TO $1.50
Saturday Sale 50
Saturday Sale 50
Windows for other
e Saturday at
Dk P. M.
ARING SALE !
ome Furnishings Worthy of Your Attention.
I Summer Goods it is necessary to move
IDAY, MARCH 12th
ome of the greatest values ever shown in
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9x11 W ool and Fiber Art Square ----....$ (6.15
0x12 Velvet Art Square----------..-- --.... 18.75
9x12 Two Tone Green A rt Square-....-.-.-....29.50
High Grade Polish for Furniture, Floors andl Auto
mobiles, 50e Quart, $1.50 per gallon.
[t AWNINGS. PRICES RIGHT.
ione 857. SUMTER, S. C.