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1A>UIS APPLTLI Editor. 1 MANNNIG. S. C., MARCH 16. 1904 PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. StUBISCRIPTION RA'TES: One y w . ... . .. .... . .. . .. . . :t; Six months-... ..- -................. Four months..- - - - ---........................ ADVERTISING RATES: On' Nquare. one time. $1: each sttbequent in sertiol. .J cents. Obituaries and Tributes of 1 Respect char::ed for as regular advertiscments. Lib .rul con:racts made for three. six and twelve t months-. Comma:.iat:ot:s mutI be aecomfpni &. by the real name ami :ddres of t1e writer in order to receive attention. No con:nttluication of a personal character 1 will be published except as an advertisement. Entered at the Postoti'ce at Manning as See onu Class matter. WE'VE A CITY CHARTER NOW. The question submitted to the voters of this town on last Thurs day, to say whether or not the present charter should be sur rendered to put the town under the general incorporation Act. was decided by a vote of 85 to 46 1 in the afirmative: thereby re linguishing the old charter, and when the new council is elected, we will be governed by the gen eral law. 1 We voted against a change, or c rather in the negative, not that c we did not realize the inefficiency 1 of our present chartr, but be cause we believed our town could t by an amendment to the general p incorporation Act secure better results. This town needs a s charter with more power, but it does not need a charter which c places no restrictions around council in the disposition of town property, and this is our main objection to the general Act. Under this Act council has the I and we hope the day will never come when the citizens will have cause to regret giving such power to a council. There were 46 property holders who voted e "No," these men are not opposed c to progress, and among them we count citizens who always re spond with liberal hand to every good cause, but like ourself they did not believe it right to give r council as full power as the gen eral incrporation Act gives; r they stood ready to petition our Representatives in the legisla ture to give us an amendment which would remove the objec tion. These citizens wanted that course pursued first, and in case the Representives failed, it would then be time enough to consider the acceptance of the present Act. The election on last Thursday ~ was without incident, very little ~ interest was manifest, none on I the part of those who not favorC the change at present; some lit tle ^electioneering was done by the other side, and in their zeal, some misled voters by telling them, that before council could raise taxes, or grant a monopoly, ~ it would have to be submitted to the voters. This is not so, as a reading of the Act will disclose ~ to any intelligent mind. The Act distinctly says council shall I have the power to buy. sell, alien and convey property AT WILL, and it also says council shall have the right to impose a tax levy as high as ten mills. We have always advocated hay- ~ ing our charter amended, claim- ~ ing that we have outgrown our a present charter, and did not the general incorporation Act give the power to council to grant C special privileges, without con sulting the taxpayers, we would have voted in the affirmative. Our position is not a new one, three years ago we were opposed to the general incorporation Act, E and sought to have it amended ~ *in the general Assembly, it S passed the Senate. and two read- ~ ings in the House. on the third a reading in the House, the clos- ~ ing hours4>f the session, it was killed, but had our present dele- I gation introduced a similar bill ~ looking to the amendment of the S general incorporation Act. at the same time, putting safe guards in'the shrape of submit ting the matter of special priri leges to the taxpayers. and the ~ increase of taxation for impor tant improvements, we have on doubt it would have easily pass ed, and then all of our property holders would have gotten a charter that would be satisfac tory, but as it is, those interest- Y ed in special privileges, and the ~ size of the town's treasury, and u whose palms are itching -have obtained a suitable charter. -There are other reasons why ! we wanted safe-guards in oure town, charter. The new charterI gives council power, without consulting the taxpayers, to raise the levy to ten mills or one per cent of the assessed value. ( At present the town is receiving t a. large income from the dispen sary protits-over $5000, sup pose the towns income from this source should be taken away, as it may be any time by the suc cess of the prohibition move ment, what then becomaes of thel promise that taxes will nev er be raised to the limit? Does~ not every man of affairs knowx a rev enue sufficient to run the tow~n must be raised? Then if Prohi bition succeeds, it will not only need a ten mill levy, but a lih cense tax upon any and every x thing from a cradle-maker to a grave-digger, A large major-ity of the interested supporters of the movement to bring the townv under the general incorporation Act are men that are active ad voesa of Prohibition, and when i hat question is again submitted o the people, as it will certain y be in some form or another, he very men who argue now hat no council will need to raise axes, will be found working vith might and main to take rom council the dispensary's neome and thus force council tc nake oppressive taxation. These :houghts are what actuated a trong minority of property )wners to vote "No," and tc want the legislature to give us a :arter which would permit the axpayers to have some voice in he government. Oh! but say ;om,, -if a council is elected that ill use their power against the ishes of the taxpayers, they an be put out at the end of their erm, and others put in their >aces. It will cause the tax >ayers to manifest an interest in >ur town elections." This sounds l very well to those who only hink for today. but to those vho think for tomorrow. the ar ;ument is fallacious. When a :ouncil has its revenue cut off, t must find a revenue some here, even if it has to exhaust ts entire power-hence if under be Brice Act Clarendon votes )ut the dispensary our council ust find a reveuue to take the )lace of the dispensary revenue. 3ut far more serious, is the mat er of granting monopolies; the ouncil has the sole power, and nce the monopoly is granted, he election of a new council will >e of no effect to those opposed o monopolies: because, the deed ias been granted, and a succeed tig council cannot undo it-it is ettled and the taxpayers must rin and bear it, even if the mon poly raises rates four-fold. GIVE US A WINNER. In a recent discussion in Con ,ress a member of that' body :harged, that Grover Cleveland chile President, entertained C. -. J. Taylor,a negro, at dinner nd the newspapers that are op )osed to Mr. Cleveland took ad -antage of the incident and made ouch capital out of it. Mr. leeland made a vehement re )ly denying the charge, and his )artisans in profuse articles term d it "A slander nailed." Now omes Tom Watson, a former aember of Congress in a letter o the Atlanta News, and asserts hat Fred Douglass was enter ained by Mr.- Cleveland at his eceptions and was one of the in. -ited guests at the reception iven to Mr. Cleveland and his ride, which was not a State unction, but purely a social one. r. Watson was a member of Jongress during the Cleveland dministrationi, and it is to be resumed he knows whereof he peaks, be that as it may Mr. 1eveland has time and again teclared he will not be a candi ate for the Presidency, and we ee no reason why he should be onstantly paraded before the iublic in connection with that fice. The Democratic party annot hope to succeed by forc ag issues which can only divide b numbers. Mr. Cleveland a our opinion, is not in the con ideration when it comes to the election of a standardbearer for he Democracy, although we be ieve were he the nominee he ould make the party triumph nt at the polls, not that he is opular in the South, but be ause it has been demonstrated wice that he has the confidence f the conservative Northern tepublicans who would give him heir support. Colonel Bryan on he other hand, has not gained his confidence, and he has also lienated from him the conserva ive element of the Northern )emocrats which has been twice .emonstrated and therefore lie is n impossibility. So far as the South is concern d any nominee of the Democrat 3 party, matters not who e is can carry the South, our uvironments compel this condi ion, and this being the case, the ooner the leaders of the Demo ratic party get to work to find standardbearer who can gain he confidence of the conserva ive North, whether they be Re >ublicans or Democrats or both, he more hope we will have for uccess. What matters it with s whether is true Cleveland en ertained negroes socially? What re want is a leader who can be ictorious at the polls, and this i will never get by making is ues which split the party. $100 Reward, $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to rn that there is at least one dreaded disease iat science has been able to cure in all its ages. and that is catarrh. Halls Catarrh Cure the only positive cure known to the medical -aternity. Catarrh beinr a constitutional dis te. requires a constitutional treatment. Halrs atarrh Cure is taken internally. acting directly pon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys m. thereby destroying the foundation of the isease.and giving the patient strength by build i up the constitution and assisting nature in uing its work. The proprietors have so much tith in its curative powers. that they offer One undred Dollars for any case that it falls to .ire. Send for list of testimonials. Address. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0. Sold by druggists. 75c. Hars Family Pills are the best. Jim Tillman is a candidate for Joneress from the Second dis rict. Whew! The illness of Senator Tillman ias caused much a nx ie ty hroughout the State, and the eport that his condition is not larming, that he is on the od to recovery is indeed grati ying. Senator Tillman has his aults like other men, but it aust be conceded that he is a tard worker and an able repre entative. We hope that he will oon be able to be at his post in he Senate where his services - greatly -needed. Paint Your Buggy for 75c. -ith Devoe's Gloss Carriage Paint. It eighs 3 to 8 ozs. more to the pint than thers, wears longer: and gives a gloss qual to new work. Sold by Manning The State of South Carolina has met with a serious loss in the death of Professor R. Means Davis, of the South Carolina Col lege. Professor Davis died last Sunday morning at the Columbia Hospital. He was an active ed ucator: through his efforts large ly we are indebted for the graded school system. He was a man of letters, and an ardent patriot. What is Life! In the last analysis nobody knows.but we do know that it is under strict law. Abuse that law even slightly, pain re sults. Irregular living means derang ment of the organs, resultsng in consti pation. headache or liver trouble. Dr. King's New Life Pills quickly re-adjusts this. It's gentle, yet thorough. Only 25e at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. The son of the late Congress man George W. Coft has been petitioned to become a candidate for his father's unexpired term. Tt would indeed be a graceful tribute to the memory of the late Congressman, should that district elect the son, who is said to be qualified, to fill out the unexpired term, but in this day of political ambitions we doubt very much if the politicians in that district will take sentiment into consideration, and if the younger Croft becomes a candi date he will have streneous op position. Do You Want Strength? If you want to increase your strength you must add to and not take from the physical. In other words,the food that you eat must be digested, assimilated and appropriated by the nerves, blood and tissues before being expelled from the intestines. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure adds to the physical. It gives strength to and builds up strength in the human system. It is pleasant to the taste and palatable, and the only combination of digestants that will digest the food and enable the system to appropriate all of its health and strength-giving qualities. Sold by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Summerton News. Editor The Manning Times: Mr. A. Plumer Burgess has been handling the railroad business at this place since last Wednesday on account of the agent and the assistant being sick, glad to state that both are better. -\ r. Fred Lanham has signed a contract to play ball this season with a team at Dayton, Ohio, for $150. per month and expenses, and left last Monday. Mrs. S. H. Bradham and son Thomas of Manning section spent last Sunday in this town. The family of Mr. George Joseph ar rived at their new home here last Mon day. Maj. and Mrs. R. R. Briggs returned from Charleston last week where they were on a visit for several weeks. Mr. G. C. Nesmith will soon com mence the dwellings of Merrs. H. R. Meldau and A. J. Richbourg. Summerton, March 15. A Wonderful Saving. The largest Methodist church in Georgia, calculated to use over one hundred gallons of the usual kind of mixed paint in painting their church. They used only 32 gallons ot the Longman & Martinez Paint mixed with 24 gallons of linseed oil. Actual cost of paint made was less than $1.20 per gal lon. Saved over eighty ($80.00) dollars in paint, and got a big donation besides. EVERY CHURCH will be given a liberal quantity whenever they paint. Many houses are well painted with four gallons of L. & M. and three gal lons of linseed oil mixed therewith. Wears and covers like gold. These Celebrated Paints are sold by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. The. Summerton Graded School Literary So ciety. Special to The Manning Times. The society held its regular election of officers on' Friday afternoon, March 4. 1904A. 'The result was as follows: President-Miss Sallie Anderson. Vice President-Miss Kate Cantey. Secretary-Miss Madge Coskrey. Treasurer-Miss Marion Hicks. Supervisor-Miss Sadie Ellis. Critic--Miss JTennie McCutcheon. Assistant Critic--Miss Alma Felder. The society has recently passed a res olution providing that a medal shall be given to the one making the greatest improvement in. declamation. This is offered w-ith the same view as the medal in debate, for stimulating interest. Our society is prospering nicely. Very respectfully, MADGE COSK~REY, Recording Secretary. Summerton, S. C., March 14, 1804. Sciatic Rheumatism Cuzed. "I have been subject to sciatic rheu matism for years," says E. H. Waldron of Wilton Junction, Iowa. "My joints were stiff and gave me much pain and discomfort. My jointg would crack when I straightened up. I used Chain berlain's Pain Balm and have been thoroghly cured. Have not had a pain or ache fr'om the old trouble for many months. It is certainly a most wonder ful liniment." For sale by Th e RI. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. L~ryea. Prop). Sardinia Items. Editor The Manning Times: Mr. Eli McFaddin is still quite feeble. He is far advanced in age and his con dition is not at all encouraging to his friends. A negro riding a wheel frightened a mule belongine to Mr. Jacob Powell and came near injuring Mr. and Mrs. Powell. Messrs. JT. H. Garland End John Player sold a lot of cotton last week for ~15.22. Mr. Harvard McFaddin, who had been to Sumter to sell cotton, on his way home lost 75 pounds of bacon. Mr. Scott Burgess here has a lot of fine Jersey cattle. DuBose & Cousar are receiving their spring goods. Messrs. Van and Reg. DuBose have the finest oats in this section. The Sardinia school is wide awake for a library. Mr. John Player's youngest daughter is seriously ill; we all sympathiz.e with the patient little sufferer. Mr. Robert McFaddin came near be in utby a pair of mules running awa. VICK. Fearful Odds Against Him. Bedridden, alone and destitute. Such in brief was the condition of an old soldier by name of J. J. Havens. Ver sailes, 0. For years he was troubled with kidney disease and neither doctors nor medicines gave him relief. At length he tried Electric bitters. It put him on his feet in short order and now testifies, "IPm on the road to complete recovery. Best on earth for liver and kidney troubles and all forms of Stomn ach and bowel complaints. Only 20e, Guranteed hy The R1. 13. Loryea Drug ALL SORTS. You can't carry soul insurance with out paying the premium. The worth of the son is not measured by the wealth of the father. We'd hate to endure anything more melancholy than the average fashiona ble call. You cannot tell by the size of the monument the worta of the man who lies beneath it. The man who jokes on the subject of gas meters seldom uses gas. The gas meter is no joke. There may be more comfort with a furnace, but there is more enjoyment with the old-fashioned fireplace. If we judge a man's knowledge by the size of his head, why not judge how fast he can walk by the size of his feet. A lot of men build reputations for be ing "good fellows" at the e xpense of the happiness and comforts of their wives. To improve the golden moments of opportunitry and catch the good that is within our reach is the great art of life. Kind looks, kind words, kind acts and warm handshakes- -these are the secon dary means of grace when men are in trouble and are fighting their unseen battles. We dig and toil, we worry and fret: and all while close over us bends the infinite wonder and beauty of nature, saying, "Look up. my child! Feel my smile and be glad!" It has been well said that no man ev er sank under the burdens of the day. It is when to-morrow's burden is added to the burden of today that the weight is more than a man can bear. It may be proved. with much certain ty. that God intends no man to live in this world without working; but it seems to me no less evident that He intends every man to be happy in his work. Do not crave opportunities to exer cise virtues, but crave the possession of them. If you possess them you will use them when the occasion requires; If you do not possess them the occasion for their use will simply demonstrate your weakness. Why not Take a Trip This Winier Through Florida to Cuba? This beautiful State and Island has been brought within easy reach by the splendid through train service of the Atlantic Coast Line, the great thor oughfare to the tropics. Winter tour ist rates are now on sale to all points in Florida and to Havana. For rates, maps, sleeping car and steamship accommodations, write to W. J. CRAIG, General Passenger Agent, Wilmington, N. C. "What to Say in Spanish and How to Say it." sent to any address upon re ceipt of a two-cent stamp. OA. TICO LIA. Bear the *The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of FOR SALE CHEAP. One farm about one mile and a half from Manning, containing about 225 acres, with seven room dwelling and all necessarv outbuildinas. Also onie nice house and lot on Main street in the town of Manning. Apply White & McCallum, Real Estate and Insurance Agents. Surnter, S5. C. -Now Open. We invite the commu Iour new enterprise, and Iwould especially ask the housekeepers to call. It. is our purpose to ca ter to the delightof the family table. Very respectfully, GERALD & THAES" Proprietors. . .THE. . R. B. LORYEA DRUG STORE, ISAAC M. LORYEA, Prop., Sign of the . . . Golden Mortar, a Be: to mnform their many friends and custom ers that they are prepared to supply their wants ethe acul tond coee. line in every de partment of the DRUG BUSINESS and, every attention is shown to the wants of their customers. - For Many Years We have endeavored to give the very best at tention to our customers' wants. and feel that we have succeeded. Our stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES and CHEMICALS is complete in every particular and every and en in need of PUedRUGS and MEDI CINES call on us and we can give you general IL ORDERS receive our careful and im We hoe feo yorkind patronage which for years ec have earnestly striven tt merit. JO R. B. IORY[ DtG U1OR[ ISAAC M. LORYEA, Proprietor, SIi of the - Golden Mortar, MANNINC, S. C. Four Who are as active as bc DOFF It Keeps I Such testimonials as 1 show that Duffy's Pure Mal normal, healthy condition. ] Mr. Pike bears his 90 years with becoming modesty. Grateful to the maker of this great remedy, and waxed eloquent in its praise. MR. SAMUEL PIKE, 90 Years Old. "An old man like myself needs something of the kind to help nature, and nothing in liquid form was ever made to compare with Duffy's Pure MaltWhiskey asanaidtohealth. "A wineglassful at night has a delightful effect and insures sound sleep. "No man feeling the advance of timeshould neglect to keep it in the house. Human kind ness should prompt us to inform others of the benefitsto be obtained from such asource. "I am in my 00th year and enjoy good health." SAMUEL PIKE. These are a few of some 4,000 Duffy's during the past 5o years. than any other medicine or combinati coughs, colds, catarrh, grip, bronchit sumption and all throat and lung trol scribed by over 7,ooo doctors and more than 2,ooo hospitals. It's an abst invigorating tonic and stimulant, - upon the tissues and quickly kills the Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey enrich lates the circulation, strengthens the I healthyaction all thevital forcesof bod It cures dyspepsia, nervousness, malar fevers. Invaluable for all wasting, conditions from whatever cause. it is life -makes the old young and keep FOR SA.E A 0CLOG The kidneys are the sewers lose their activity they be< waste and kidney ailments re Pain in small of the back burning urine, dizziness, blot what, if neglected, means ser Buchu, Gin is a remedy that affords ima tion of drugs which have a di the urinary organs-a formut thousands of eminent physici It increases the action them of disease producingi urine bland, soothing anda all bladder difficulties, scant Useful in every kidney anc gravel, jaun'dice. Price, S1.00. Guaranteed chaser. At Drug Stores. Prepared by The Murray WHEN IN NEED OF CALL ON .B. MOUZON. JurWay the Genitle Way. lhe feeling and the edges of the col-' rs are respected, shirts are restored otheir owners free from the rip and ear that some laundries seem to think e necessary, cuffs are worn as little smaybe. As a result the linen lrsts longer and ;ears better when done at the ~auens Steam~ Laundry, L AU R E NS, S. C. Write NOW for the agency. NEEDS A PORTABLE ENiNE TH E "AJAX"' i*n, h n to uce The Mahnr Peole 'W. . GIBES &. CO., COLVMJMIA, S. C IEngines, Bolers., BayW Miljs, 'ott<1C' ning Machiinery, E tp. The Sibbes Portable sh iit~l i.sars PRKER'S HARBALSAM te.nLanl growth. 2geO i ~OctoroGfY y 4 of , owe their vigOr, I the Old You :he following from well-know t Whiskey is the only ton t is the true elixir 'of life. I lr. Gould served two years in the Civil Wa as fife and drum major, the loss of one finge preventing him from enlisting as a privatc. is in his 85th year. k . lMR. IRA B. GOULD, 85 Years Od. "I am85 years old and in finehealth. Havi lived in Lisbon, N. .3, 3 years, and atten to my business prsonally every hiay. I1 have used Duft;;'s l uro Malt Whiskcr as a medicine only,~and found it the bes tonic and stimulant I ever tried. "Any man can keep breath in his bod: longer by using it, as i ; prolongs life, and. want my friends to knowrof itsmeritsso the' may do as I have done and keep fortifie< against disease by taking regular doses a Duffy's Malt Whiskey." 1RA 3. GOULD. ooo cures made by [t is so much better on of medicines for is, pneumonia, con bles that it is pre used exclusively in >lutely pure, gentle, t hich acts directly disease germs. es the blood, stimu cart and brings into \ y,brainandmuscie. \ ia, chila and all low weakened, diseased s the young strong. A T-.I. DI>SP3D1TS E Y S of the body. When they ~ome filled with poisonous sut. headache, scanty, painful, ~ting are the forerunners of ios disease. and JuniperQ mediate relief-a combina ret and curative action on .a used and prescribed by ans. of the kidneys, cleansing mpurities. It renders the ,ntiseptic, relieving at once y, acid, burning urine, etc. lbladder ailment, dropsy, satisfactory to every pur Drug Co., Columbia, S, C. tiE V e -. CO 61 I - G EMRF.Tl The Time DOS EA JbPita VTTI'ATf'T j; if Li ealth and usefulness to the MALT[ WHI ng, the Your -n temperance men of high ic-stimulant and invigorator r .r. Kelsea, best known man in Lisbon. r--rved as tax collector for a Iong period. A .ative and lifelong resident. Born rt!rch 3,1826. FIR. WM. M. KELSEA, 78 Years Old. "I feel it my duty to speak a good word for vo-u- wonderful Whiskey. I am in my 78th y.a, andfeeltheneedofastimuanteveryday. "Duffy's Pure Mrlalt Whiskey will certainly help any old man to keep young, and acts as a soothing influence on the system. "It is good that such a remedy is so easily to be obtained, and I cannotspeak too highly of it." WM. M. ELSEA. Duffy's Pure M and is the only w ment as a medicil CAUTION.-When be sure you,get the ful of the excellence cheap imitations and put on the marketi lievingthe sick, are1 - and be sure you get Whiskey which coni Duffy's Pure Malt I - never in flask or bul Chemist," on the L cork is unbroken. 1 Sold by all drugg Medical booklet free. AEL ES IN SOUTJl TO BUYERS OF * Our store chock full of stylish * block, bet ween Till's and~ Krasnofl @by every one and right now is the Spring Goods. because Easter conm * April and you want a little time t< ous and gladsome event. *Here's; Some JTotted down while we are opening have scores of others, but these a Sname them all on paper for want C y ie bales yard-wide Sea 1s] *asking Sic for, but we are selling;a * Two eases of the Standard Ca *ing Styles at 5c yard. S ~Fine 36-inch Sea'Island Percal * 'A. F. C. Ginghams at 10c. @ reat line of Suiting Mixture One case White India Liuoni * they are even cheaper than you bo @ We have the famous Androsc *that the mills would be glad to ha) Sour customers the good things tha @Our new Laces, Embroidery ~ all the ladies that see them and w $ 'that is the way we do business. S Our new arrivals in Ladies' Persian Collar and Cuff Sets. C< * can't help buying them. 3About Our Miflir S We are sparing no time and that the ladies want, and when we Shere about the 15th of March w this line of goods, for when the M tiate it. it TeSpring I h spring sunshine coaxes !?'Our Shoes are built of solid leath Recmember, here is the place i @We must also mention our be IHosiery-the new Lisle Gauze are We are very strong on the Voiles, Etamines, Eoalines, Moh tetc., India Silks, .Japs, Lousines, they are lovely. S Big line of fine Cotton Fabrics *Seersuckers, Ginghams, Voile Ma *WE TAKE CARE 4 Those of you who have worn they are the best Shoes on this m: & are now ready. We also have SShoes at $1 and'$1.25 that are eye. Great things in Men's Pant *Ties and little Furnishings. At tl Tailor-Mac I We have two of the best tailo: Ia Suit from in the United States, ten automobiles and $700 in casht . rect estimate - the attendance ui: Here's b it is done: $ With er -G order for a Suit o1 *November ,, 1904. you are ent dolror fi ctional part of a dollai Scosts you $19.50 you have twenty ten expensive automobiles and $7( have Clothing, too, and you can't Sone. Comec in and we will explait derstand.Yo Yor t MUTUA DRY I shorthonits & Berkshiires. We have never been so well prepared 'to handle the trade in Shorthorn Cattle and Berkshire Pigs as now. We have some fine Bulls about ready for serice for sale.. We can furnish yotu Pigs not akin of h highest breeding and quality at I eaonable prices. Write for' what you W' - alderman Stock Far'm, ALCO LU. S. C. great restorer of youth, 8KEY. iStrong. standing, are conclusive and that keeps the system in a flr. Geo. F. Savage, tax collector and promi. nent 324 degree flason, says Duffy's Pare Malt Whiskey keeps his machinery in motion. MR. GEORGE F. SAVAGE, - 64 Years Old. "I amna native of Lisbon, N. H., and inmy 04th year. As old age creeps onsomethingis needed to keep the wheels of the body ma chinery in motion, and I have found nothing as good as Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey for that purpose. Nothing I ever used brings so much comfort, and, while I do not believe in the use of liquor as a drink, I can cheerfully recommend this as the best tonicin theworld for old age." GEORGE F. SAVAGE. alt Whiskey contains no fusel oil, iskey recognized by the Govern ie. This is a guarantee. youaskfor Duffy'sPureMaltW hiskey genuine. Unscrupulous dealers, mind-. of this preparation, will try to sell you I Malt whiskey substituteswhich are or profit only, and which, far from re ,ositively harmful. Demand "DUIY's" it. It is the only absolutely pureMalt ains medicinal, health-giving qualities. Vhiskey is sold in sealed bottles only; k. Look for the trade mark, the "Old ibel, and be certain the seal over the eware of refilled bottles. sts and grocers, or direct, $r.oo a bottle.. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N.Y. K CA'ELOIjINTA. SPRING G00BS* goods is the new store on the Levi9 s furniture store. :Easily reached9 time to begin your purchasing of s earlyr this year, about the 3rd of$ make preparations for that gleri-9 Good Things e up our new goods. Of course we9 e easier compared and we cannot 9 fspace' ad Homespun that the mills are ou at 5c yard. 9. lco Dress Styles, asiwell as Shirt-9 es at ldc yard.9 atJ10c. at 5c, 8c, 10Oc, 12c, 15, 20c and 25e; ght them a year ago. mgi Bleach Long Cloth at a price ~dle it for, but we believe in giving . we reap. are keeping the prices down, for 9 ~eckwear are simply gorgeous, the . me and see them and we know you 9 er and Millinery.,$ noney to make this department all get everything and our Milliner9 know that we can do you good in iualmakes a claim they substan Shoes. ut the butterfiles and our Oxfords. r and they are full of style.9 here Queen Quality Shoes are sold. .utiful Lace Stripe and Open Work simply grand. - is and Silks. s light-weight Woolens and Silks--9 airs; Sublimes, Albatross, Batiste, 9 Pa de Cygnes. Figured Indias in the .Champagne Colors--French, * lange.9 )F THE MEN, TOO.9 our Crossett Shoes will agree that arket. Our Low Cut Spring Styles 9 great line of Men's Heavy Farm9 openers. s, -Shirts, ats, Collars arnd Cuffs, 9 e Mutual you can be pleased. 9 ng house sampls for you to select Lnd the Royal Tailors are offering the one that makes the most cor- . on the St. Louis Fair.9 Pants made to order from now till 9 tled to make an estimate for each of cost to you: that is if your. Suit estimates. Now this is a chance at9 0 in cash, and besides you have to tell but what you might be a lucky athe matter to you if you don't un- . truly. - - ODS COMPANY. INSURANCE 'FIRE. LIFE, ACCIDENT & .. BURGLARY INSURANCE. Tailor-Made Clothing. FIT GUARANTEED. A FULL LINE OF SAMPLES. ReadyMade Suits, Mackin, toshies and Rain Coats. .1 L. WILSCON.