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3 FURNISHING GOODS
FOR ALL THE FAMILY
GLOVES TOQ dE)T.
WACOME IN AND SEE OUR DELIGHTFUL UNDER
t WEAR. HOSIERY. GLOVES AND OTHER FURNISH
ING GOODS. BUY THEM AND YOV WILL ENJOY
WEARING THEM. WE BUY OUR FURNISHING GOODS
IN BIG QUANTITIES AND. THEREFORE, CAN SELL
FOR LITTLE PRICES. WHENEVER YOU NEED ANY
THIHG COME IN AND LOOK AT OUR GOODS. OUR
PRICES WILL URGE YOU TO BUY.
J. H. RIGBY,
The Young Reliable.
Manning. - - South Caroilna.
Our Fifth Car
Here for Inspection!
We now have the best bunch of
stock ever brought here. You can't
find any better any place. We want
you to look over this bunch. We
have the righjt prices and the right
Full line of Buggies, Wagons, Har
ness, Lap Robes, Whips, Etc.
MANNINA, . 0.n
ADDS A HumE
SsSe YEARS To . L111
Says She Spent Hundreds of Dollars
FUTURE SEEMED DARK
Says She Believes She Had One Foot
in the~Grave at One Time.
People both old an:l young, who
suffer with stomach trouble, would
do well to read the following highly
interesting statement given by 'Mrs.
Mary Gilliam, of 53 Riverside, Ander
son, on Maech 3rd. Mrs. Gilliam l5
of an advanced age. .
"I suffeted from an awful case of
indigestion," said Mrs. Gilliam, "and
I was sj weak I could hardly walk
and really I should have been in led.
My feet and legs burned all the time,
my whole system was weakened and
run down ,and I was very pale. My
appetite had left and I never became
hungry. My health had been bad for
several years. 'Hundreds of- dollars
worth of medicines had been bought
for me, but none gave me much re
lief, and I steadily became worse and
lost weight until I was skin and bones
almost and seemed to be slowly starv
ing to death.
"Soon after I started taking Tan
lac, iy appetite returned and my
stomach was strengthened and the
indigestion left me. Now I am eat
ing heartily and my food is digested
and nourishes me. I gained twenty
five or thirty pounds after I started
taking Tanlac. The home folks laugh
at me now because I eat so much.
I was just about big enough to make
a shadow when I started Tanlac, but
now I am at normal weight.
"Tanlac is the finest restorer and
tonic I ever used. It, soon got me
strong enough to do my housework,
despite my years, jand it is the only
medicine I ever tbok that gave me
permanent relief, and I guess it can
be truly said that I had one foot in
the grave when I began taking it.
ranlac certainly is our stand-by, now,
and both my husband and myself
think the world of it, for I expect
it gave me a number of years more
Tanlac, the Master Medicine, is
sold by Dickson's Drug Store, Man
ning; H. W. Nettles, Jordan; Shaw
& Plowden, New Zion; Farmers' Sup
ply Co., Silver; D. C. Rhame, Suin
CUBAN ARMY MAY BE DOUBLED
hlavana, Cuba, Nov. 4.-Conscrip
ion or the selective draft will be
dopted by the Cuban congress, which
:onvenes tomorrow. The government
s determined to make her alliance
vith the nation's fighting 'Germany
in active one. In accordance with
President Menocal's recommendations
mad the policy of the Council of Na
ional Defense, it is proposed to
reatly increase the nation's regular
army, militia' and naval forces. The
otal military forces are now 25,000.
[t is possible this will be dloubledl.
The conservatives, who are in
)ower, are in favor of universal ser
ice. The jiberals have no opposi
ion program. Whatever action is deC
~idedl tpon, the indlication is there
wvill be little dlelay.
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MEETING OF PROTEST
Baltimore, Nov. 4.---en. Kuhn,
commander at Camp Meade, agreedl
today to send the camp band and
fifty men here on Tuesday to partici
pate at a patriotic mass meeting. The
meeting was called to protest against
the nlloged insult to the flag by Dr.
Karl Muck, (erman leader of the
Boston Symp~hony orchestra.
BEST1 I'RICES SINCE 1869
South Carolina Farmers Have No
Reason to Complain.
(From the Laurensville Herald.)
The article appearing in last week's
Herald, by William D). Sullivan' on
the prices of cotton (luring the last
half century, was interesting as well
as instructive to many of us. The
prices qluoted by him follow in the
main the New York prices quotad in
the World's Almanac for the same
years. According to this table the
highest price paid in New -York was
in 1864, when it brought $1.90 a
pound. Of course, this was about
the close of the war and very little
cotton was being made. During the
next year, which marked the close of
the war, prices ranged in New York
from thirty-five pents to $1.20. In
1866 when the survivors of the Con
federacy were back on their farms
rind business relations with the North
mad been reestablishedl, cotton broke
to fifty-two cents, the highest price
paidl. The year 1867 showed another
Falling off during which the highest
[)rlves Out Malaria, Builds Up System'
rhe Old Standard general strengthening tonic,
3ROVE'S TA5T IR88 cbHl TONIC rives out
tialaria~arnleh obIo ,ad buildauni ties,*.
,ow. A true togla. loar adt ~nu ebAl~I-. .
quotations seOhit e cnts.
ra nged around this '.'price till 1870;
when the highest pric a lithe.
Less than twenty cents, ' p 'the next
three 'yiafsthe hi}htt price stayod
in the twentipegg hitor '878 Gotton
did not bring twenty dents any more
till last year.
The reader should' bear in.. mifia
that these prices wore the highest,
the lowest sohaptimo's being les than
half that much during,.the same year..
It must also be borne in mind; too,
that these are New York prices. aind
that the differenee in these and local
prices were perhaps greater during
and just after the war than they; are
What might be termed. the . near
stalvation prices for - the all-cotton
farmer were received during the
years 1893 to 1898, inclusive., During
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An Ambition anc
THE needs of the South are ide
the the Southern Railways tbc growth
e the upbuiiding of the other.
The Southern Railway asks no favor
*accorded to others.
The ambition of the Southern flailw.
S unity of Interest that is bort of co-operati
1 the railroads; to'aee perfected that fair and I
ment of raliroads which invites the co
agencies; to realize thatliberailty of treat
to obtain ti. additional capital needed for t
enlarged faclies incident to the deman.
service; 'and. finally"
To take its niche in the body politic
other great industries, with' no miore. but
rights and equal opportunities.
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But to come to the poin
er the question that has b
often asked during the l lt '
weeks, it is 'safe to say that the
ere of Laurens County shav r?
eived 'a>s much, since 1869 -
are receving ..jiow.
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