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STOP PAYING RENT,
BUY A HOME.
We have soie splenl id Farming L:mans in :i5:n ad join tZcountIit l- i i
we are oriering at very low ti-ure-s. Now is the time 1o buy. R: 1W l-;utc i
advancing ever day.
-1 vou have land for sale. we will l i: fo . 1;. ! i 1 i t NV. ii wilI
nt1 co you one ctelt. o:l on. or wri'
WOOD'S & O'BRYAN,
Attorneys at Law,
Harvest Time Has Come.
YOU NEED A GOOD WAGON.
We havr just received a full line of one and two horse
PIEDMONT AND HACKNEY WAGONS
that we propose to sell at close figures. These Wagons are guaranteed.
We also have in our wareroous au excelleut assortment of standard
Buggies from the best manufacturers, and will ask that you inspect them
before buying elsewhere.
OUR HARNESS DEPARTMENT is well stotked with Single and Dou
ble Harness, Collars, Whips, etc., and we are anxious to prove to the pub
liC that we want to merit their confidence.
When the weather gets cooler we will have in our Horses and Mules.
We guarantee what we sell and ask your patronage.
W. P. Hawkins & 0.,
MANNING, S. C.
The Secret of Good Coffee
Even the best housekeepers cannot make a good cup of
coffee without good materiaL Dirty, adulterated and queerly
blended coffee such as unscrupulous dealers shovel over their
counters won't do. But take the pure, clean, natural flavored
UON COFFEE, the leader of al package coffees
the coffee that for over a quarter of a century has been daily
welcomed in millions of homes-and you will make a drink fit
for a king in this way:
HOW TO MAKE GOOD COFFEE.
Use LION COTE because to get best results you must use the best coffee.
Grind your LION COFFEE rather fne. Use "a tablespoonful to each cup, qna one
extr for the pot.* Fi-st mix It with a little cold water, enonjh to make a thick paste. and
add wh of an eg(if eg Is to be used as a settler), then w one of the followig .
1st. WITH BOIIING WATER. Add boiling water, and let it bol
THRm BENUTEs ONLY. Add a l1ttle cold water and set aside live
minutes to sette. Serve rmt.
2n.. WIH COLD WA AI cold water to the paste and
it to a boil. Then set aside, da little cold water, and in ive
mientes its ready to serve.
- . 3 (on't boil It too long.
DOI on't let it stand more than ten minutes before serving.
Dom'StDon't use water that has been boiled before.
TWO WAYS TO SErrLE COFFEE.
Ist Un& j ise part of the white of an egg, mixing it with the ground LION
2d. M& Cold Water instead of eggs. After boiling add a dah of cold water, and set
Insist On getting a package et genuine LION COFFE
reaeit according to this recipe and you Will only use
LINCOFFEE In future. (Sold only in11b. sealed packages.)
(Lion-head on every package.).
(Save these Lion-heads for valuable premimms.)
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWERE
WOOLSON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio.
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+ TO TOWN CALL AT
-4 Rarely pays-never in the case g which is fitted nip with ban
. of eye trouble. A thorough, scien- + oye to the comfort of his
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* ,with modern instruments will $ cuestomners. .. . -.
show exactly the conditions and + HAIR CUTTING.
.$ needs of your eyes, and may save 4 NALSYE
-* som lots of distress and many N L SYE,
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ROMi TISl DAE Done with neatness and
+ dispatch... .. .. ..
4 Examination fe,8. rfne + cordial invitation
4 on the first purchase of a comn- 4 setne
+plete pairrof eye-glasses or spec- * *s *tede -
+ taeles costing from 82.54) upward. $ .L WELS
- + Manning Times Block.
+ OPTOMETRIST & PCA,
+ No. 18 South Iain Street. +
+ 'Phone No. 359. - SUMTER, S. C.
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Mowes Conds PRe.et ruol Notice of Discharge.
HadLudyotiti- h ono I will apply to the J dge of Prot
Maning god oeng fr lundy befor Cla'rendon County for let-o
Wuies-tew discharge as xecutrtor of he
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ees n outhMonaynig a.tC W1ILIA J. Dl7RANT.
8:3. ,Good will. S. C, November 2, 1905.
VisngdSoveregns nemnNtieO shre
-odo IyppiaCr w1illSapplyCt h uaeoPre
ge tso wour t oda e isat G wl. KdS ao Blem e . g1
I cannot tell when the custom arose,
but I know that it was customary in
New England less thain a century ago
to anneice a suicide in the list of
denths by eupherism-as. "In this city,
1st inst A. it suddenly." It was so
comaton that on seeing such a notice
any one -would understand at once that
th.' deceased had taken Lis own life.
Those we-e the days when newspapers
underst and respected a certain de
gree of reserve in regard to personal
feeling, whether of joy or sorrow. In
dividuals had some privacy.
Another euphemism in regard tc
death is the phrase, "If anything
should happen." Persons speak of
making their will or making any defl
nite arrangement concerning their pos
sessions, ''In case anythIng should hap
pen to them." The phrase is almost
invariably used where death is hourly
expected, certain things are to be done
or certain persons called, "if anything
should happen," meaning that one
thing is sure to happen.-Journal of
American Folk Lore.
Bilious Attack Quickly Cured.
"A few weeks azo I had a bilious at
tack that was so severe I was not able
to go to the office for two days. Failing
to get relief from my family physician's
treatment, I took three of Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and
the next day I felt like a new man."-H.
C. BAILEY, Editor of the News, Chapin,
S. C. These tablets are for sale by The
I. B. Loryea Drug Store.
The Seornfal Caddie.
A very pompous, self sufficient and
very bad golfer was once playing over
an Irish course. le had as his caddie
a battered old Irish peasant, with a
very knowing twinkle in the corner of
his eye. After each stroke-and each
stroke was cruel hard on the green.turf
of Ould Oireland-the vainglorious one
said to his caddie in the most lordly
fashion, "Replace the turf, caddie!"
Quietly and patiently the caddie %vent
through the performance, thinking vol
umes and saying nothing at all until
the eighteenth was reached. Then, as
the last duffed shot stumbled its way
to the putting green and "Replace the
turf, caddie!" rang in his ears for the
last time, he turned with a look of in
effable scorn upon his august employer
and said: "Arrah, is it replacing the
turf you'll be bidding me to do? By
the holy fly, it'll be returfing the place
we'll be all doing when you're gone!"
A reliable medicine. and one that
should always be kept in the house for
immediate use. is Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It will prevent the attack if
given as soon as the child becomes
hoarse, or even after the croupy cough
appears. For sale by The R. B. Loryea
London Sunday Closing Riots.
London had its troubles with Sunday
closing laws when ii 1855 there were
riots caused by Lord Robert Grosven
or's bill to put down Sunday trading.
A crowd hostile to the measure went to
Hyde park "to see how the aristocrats
kept the Sabbath," as a newspaper of
that time put it. Carriages taking the
afternoon drive were greeted with yells
of "Go to church!" and with hooting
that scared many horses into running
away. A week later the police prohib
ited a meeting that was announced,
but tens of thousands of people' ap
peared, and there were vigorous strug
gles with the police. On the third Sun
day pure rowdyism supervened, foot
men were assaulted, and windows were
smashed whalesale through the aristo-,
cratic districts. Then the trouble died
out, and so did the bill.
A Creeping Death.
Blood poison creeps up t'wards the
heart, causing death. J. iE. Stearns,
Belle Plaine, Minn., writes that a friend
dreadfully injured his band, which
swelled up like blood poisoning. Buck
Len's Arnica Salve drew out the poison,
healed the wound and saved his life.
Best in the worlM for burns and sores.
25c. at The R. B. Lorvea Drug Store.
Bees as Aerobatts.
When wax is needed a certain num- .
ber of self elected citizens gorge wIth
honey and hang up in chaIns or car
tans, each bee clinging by her front
feet to the hind feet of the one above
her, like Japanese acrobats, and there
they remain, sometimes for two days,
until the wax scales appear pushed out
from every pocket. It is not hard to
understand that, since much honey is
needed for the manufacture of wax' a
bee after filling with the raw material
would produce much more wax by
keeping quiet than by using any of the
gorged honey for energy in moving
about and working. But the necessity
of "holding hands" while this work
goes on must ever remain to us another
occult evidence of the close relations in
the bee commune-Country Life In
How to Avoid Pneumonia.
We have never heard of a single in
stance of a cold resulting in pneumonia
or other lung trouble when Foley's
Honey and Tar has been taken. It not
only ~siops the cough but heals and
strengthens the lungs. Ask for Foley's
Honey and Tar and refuse any substi
tute offered. Dr. C. J. Bishop, of Asg
new, Mich., writes: "I have used Fo
le's Honey and Tar in three very se
vere cases~ of pneumonia with good
results in every case." The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
A gallon Is exactly ten pounds of
distilled water, so when housewives
say -'a pint's a pound the world
around" they are mistaken.
The imperial standard yard, which
Is the same as our own, Is the dis
tance between two fine lines on a bar
of bronze, measured at 62 degrees
F. The bar is kept mounted on eight
rollers In a special steel safe in Lon
The standard pound is kept in a sil
ver gilt box contained in a bronze box,
the top of which Is securely screwed
down and the whole placed in a spe
cial compartment of the same safe:
The German metric system took the
place of more than twenty local meas
ures. The Hesse-Darmstadt foot was
less than ten inches, the Schwarzburg
Rudolstadt foot more than fifteen.
A Thousand Dollars Worth of Good.
A. H. Thurnes, a well known coal
operator of Buffalo, Ohio, writes : " I
have been affected with kidney and
bladder trouble for years, passing gravel
and stones with excrrciating pain. I
ot no relief frm medicine until I began
Itakng Foley's Kidney Cure, then the
eult was surprising. A few doses
strted the brickdust like fine stones,
Lnd now I have no pain across my kid
nets and I feel like a new man. It has
done 'he 1.000 worth of good." The
R.3B Loryvea Drug Store, Isaac M. Lor
In nothing have the habits of Eng
lish gentlemen more changed than in
the use of wine. Time was when each
plate and table was enfiladdd, almost
surrounded, by an escort of wine
glasses, ranging from sherry to cham
pagne and tapering thence to madeira
and braTdy - port, claret, burgundy,
the red alternating with the white-.
and he was no good man and true who
did not go through the list and survive
it. Today at the great houses you may
have what you want, but rarely more
than three glasses are visible, for white
wine, for red wine and for champagne.
Apollinaris is largely in evidence. The
fine old English gentleman who made
it a merit to get drunk on port and to
sober up on claret has disappeared.
Nature Needs But Little.
Nature needs only a Little Early
Riser now and then to keen the bowels
clean, the liver active and the system
free from bile, headaches, constipation,
etc. The famous little pills, "Early
Risers," are pleasant in effect and per
fect in action. They never gripe or
sicken, but tone and strengthen the
liver and kidneys. Sold by The R. B.
Loryea Drug Store.
Cicero had a shrew named Terentla,
who made him do as she pleased. He
was under great obligations to Clodius,
but when the divorce suit of Caesar
against Pompilla came up for trial TO
rentia compelled Cicero to appear
against Clodius. Tired of Terentia, Cic
ero got a div6rce and married a rich
girl named Publilia, left her and lived
alone until his death.
Lost Their Grips.
S. T. Johnson thought himself a goner
when grippe took bold of him last fall.
A 25c. bottle of Dr. King's Wild Cherry
and Tar made it turn loose.
Dr. King's Wild Cherry and Tar is a
great La Grippe Medicine, and seems
to cure all who take it.
FORT MILL MFG. CO.
Fort Mill, S. C.
Tastes good, and sold by Dr. W. E.
Brown & Co.
An Old Master.
Mrs. Parvenue-That'picture In the
corner is by an old master. Mrs. Swart
leigh-Indeed! I would never have
guessed It. Mrs. Parvenue-Yes. The
man I bought it from jave me a writ
ten guarantee that the painter was
past seventy-five-before he did a stroke
Cleared for Action.
When the body is cleared for action
by Dr. King's New Life Pills. you can
tell it by the bloom of health on the
cheeks, the brizhtness of the eyes, the
fi'mness of the flesh and muscles, the
buoyancy of the mind. Try tflem. At
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store, 25 cents.
She Told Him.
De Bore - Is Miss LIlliwhite in?
Truthful Domestic - She's out. De
Bore-Hum! Whom is she out with?
Truthful Domestic-Out with you.
If thou art a master, be sometimes
blind; if a servant, sometimes deato
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on acoount of the great
merit of Foley's Honey and Tar many
imitations are offered for the genuine.
These worthless imitations have similar
sounding names. Besvare of them. The
genuine Foley's Honey and Tar is in a
yllow package. Ask for it and refuse
any substitute. It is the best remedy
for coughs and colds. The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store, Isaaz M. Loryea, Prop.
Uncle Horace (who is something of a
sage and philosopher)-My boy, it Is
time for you to begin to think seriously
of the kind of future you intend to map
out for yoursejf. To sum it up in a
word, what epitaph are you a.mbitious
to ha.ve engraved upon your tombstone)
Nephew (just beginning his -career)-He
got his share.--Cticago Tribune.
But Few Are Free.
But few people are entirely free from
indigestion at this time of the year.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is not only the
best remedy to use because it digests
what you eat but because it also enables
the digestive appar-tus to assimilate
and transform all foods into tissue-build
ing blood. Kodol relieves sour stomach,
heart burn, belching, nnd all forms of
indigestion. Sold by The R. B. Loryea
A Subtle Distinction. -
Mother of Parvenu Financier (to vis
tor)-AII t'hese are photographs of my
son. Here you see him as a child,
there as a man and there as a baron.
"What's a clever joke?'
"One that makes you laugh when you
know absolutely there Is nothing to it
For Infants and Children.
The KInd You Have AlwasJ Bought
Very cruel, says an author, was Bos
sini's silent criticism of a score- sent to
him by a young musician. Rtossii was
fond of macaroni. The musician, know
ing this, sent him along with his score
a packet of macaroni of unusual excel
lence. In a humble little note he asked
the 'composer to point out the merits of
his work if he found any. there. Ros
sini's reply ran like this: "Thanks for
your score and the macaroni. The lat
ter was excellent"
Mlany children inherit constitutions
weak and feeble, others due to child
hood troubles. Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea will positively cure chil
dren and make them strong. 35 cents.
Tea or Tablets. Dr. WV. E. Brown & Co.
A Vegetarianl Danger.
In some respects vegetarians suffer
more than meat eaters from urig~ acid
poisoning, seeing that beans, peas, len
tils and peanuts contain twice as much
of the poison as meal. The natives of
India suffer greatly from uric acid Els
eases owing to the quantity of dahl
(lentils) they eat Other natives who
avoid dahl are almost entirely free.
Dr. Haig'ln London Mall.
Pain may go by the name of rheuma
tism, neuralgia, lumbago, pleurasy
No matter what name the pains are
called, Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea
will drive them away. 35 cents Tea oc
A Strange Thunderstorm.
It was a strange thunderstorm that
struck Suffolk, England, Aug. 4, 1577.
According to Ilolinshed, the tempest
of lightning came through the wall of
Bliborough church and went a-yard into
the ground, knocking over twenty peo
ple and killing two. Then it came up
again, mounted the steeple by way of
the vestry door, broke the beis and
darted off to Bungay. six miles dis
tant. There, according to another
chronicler, it became a - fiery black
dog, which dashed between two people
kneeling in church and broke their
neeks and clawed another man on the
back so that he was "presently drawn
together and shrunk up. as it were, a
piece of leather scorched in a hot fire."
Claw marks remained on the door to
prove the reality of the black dog.
Mr. Wade Run Down.
Down at Hasty, N. C., lives a well
known nlanter. Mr. J. D. Wade. Says
he: "I~ was run down almost to the
potnt of giving up. I took two bottles
of King's Iron Tonic Bitters and now
am as good as ever. I took other tonics.
but found nothing to compare with
King's. Sold and guaranteed by Dr.
W. E. Brown & Co.
Old Time Advice to Travelers.
Edward Leigh's "Hints For Travel
ers" was published at the end of the
sixteenth century. Only those who
speak Latin should travel, he says, and
every one should. be well grounded 11n
the true religion" lest he be perverted
abroad. Travelers should know their
own country Deire eing allowed to
leave It. Before his voyage the traveler
"should make his peace with God, re
ceive the Lord's supper, satisfy his
creditors if he be ir debt, pray earnest
ly to God to prosper him on his voyage
and to keep him from danger, and he
should make his last will and wisely
order all his affairs, since many that go
abroad return not home."
Bears the ThB Kind You Have Always Bought
Doubled Initials For Plurals.
Under the rule that the initial letter
of a word is sometimes doubled to sig
nify the plural, bb would be a proper
abbreviation for barrels. Probably
some one, unfamiliar with the rule and
thinking the abbreviation too conise,
as It might be mistaken for an abbre
viation for boxes, bundles, bags or
butts, made it bbl. for one barrA, and
then, still ignorant of the rule, added
an s.for the plural, making It bbls. for
mbre than .one.-Boston Transcript.
Terriffic Race with Death.
"Death was fast approaching," writes
Ralph F. Fernandex, of Tampa, Fla.,
describing his ;earful race with death,
" as a result of liver trouble and heart
disease, which had robbed me of sleep
and of all interest in life. I had trieb
many different doctors and many medi
cines, but got no benefit until I began
to use Electric Bitters. So wonderful
was their effect that in three days I felt
like a new man, and to-day I am cured
of all my troubles." Guaranteed at The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store ; price 50c.
Did you ever notice that the wheels
of a locomotive engine are beveled?
The reason for thIs is that in rounding
a curve the outer rail is, of course, a
little longer than the inner one. The
difference is very little, but it would
be enough to make an engine "skid"
unless it were reckoned for. In the
beveled wheel the higher part, with Its
greater circumference, Is forced against
the outer rail by the very tendency
of the engine to drive straight ahead,
and with the other wheel the smaller
circumference rests on the rail, thus
overcoming the difference in the lengths
of the lines.
Sluggish Liver a Foe-to Ambition.
You cannot accomplish very much if
your liver is inactive, as you feel dull,
your eyes are heavy, and slight exerfion
exhausts you. Orino Laxative Fruit
Syrup stimulates the liver add bowels
and makes you feel bright and active.
Orino Laxative Fruit Sy'rup does not
nauseate or grine and is mild and very
pleasant to take. Orino is more effect
ive than pills or ordinary cathartics.
Refuse substitutes. The HR. B. Loryea
Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
N othing Jn a Trifle!
The half inch United States standard
screw thread has thirteen turns per
inch. Mr. Welsh, the original superin
tendent of the Wesdinghouse Air Brake
works, used for the half inch bolt
twelve threads instead of thirteen.
This decision has proved to be a mis
take, and the company would be glad
to change it, butfthe immense number
of brake equipments ivhich are out all
over the world, the constant call for
repairs and extensions make it impossi
One Box Fixed Him.
Shopton, N. C.: "I have had kidney
trouble for the last four years, and got
no relief until 1 tried Dr. King's Blood
and Liver Pills, and one bQox entirely
cured me.-FRANKLIN WA TT."
The President of Charlotte Hard ware
Co. says : " I consider Dr. King's Blood
and Liver Pills very best 1 ever used."
Dr. King's alwas cure. Sold at 25c. by
Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
Pity the Widower. .
From the Cork Constitution: "The
friends of a respectable young widow
wnt to get her housekeeping In a re
spectable widower's family. Under
stands her business." There seems a
certain want of finesse in this latter
Sells More of Chamberlain's Congh Remedy
Than of All Others Pat Together.
Mr. Thos. George, a merchant at Mt.
Elgin, Ontario, says : " I have had the
local agency for Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy ever since it was introduced
into Canada, and I sell as much of it as
I do of all other lines that I have on my
sheles put together. Of the many
dozens sold under guarantee, I have not
had one bottle returned. I can person
ally recommend this medicine, as I have
used it myself and given it to my chil
dren, and always with the best results,"
For sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug
"Jack Ardupp tried to borrow a dol
lar from me just now, but he didn't
get it I told him I hadn't a sou."
"Wasn't that stretching the truth
"Not at all. I never saw one, in fact.
It's a French coin, Isn't it?"-Pittsburg
Bears the TeKind You Have Always Baight
all about Liver Com
plaints. He says there's
no reason to be sick
arouse the Liver; build
up your system with
Ramon's Liver Pills and
Tonic Pellets--a sure,
safe and swift cure. 25c
for Complete Treatment.
You can then- pay your
bills with checks which
we return to you the
first of each month and
which are thus made a
receipt in full for every
dollar you pay out.
You can always make change
with a check.
Bank of Summeron,
Summerton, S. C.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
The County Treasurer's office will be
pen for the collection of taxes,. with
ut penalty, from the 16th day of Octo
er to the 31st day of December, inclu
ive, 1905. The levy is as follows: For
State, 51-2 mills; for County, 2 3-4 mills;
for Jail, 1-2 mill; for Constitutional
School, 3 mills:. Polls $1.00. Dog
anitation tax, 50 cents. Also School
istrict No. 24, Special, 1 mill; School.
istrict No. 11, 16, 17, 18, 25 Special
2mills: School Districts No. 2, 21,
Special' 3 mills; School Districts- No.
, 9, 19, 20, 22, Special 4 mills. A pen?
aty of 1 per cent. added for the month
f January, 1906. Additional penalty of
per cent. for month of February, 1906.
Additional penalty of .5 per cent. for
5 days in March, 1906. Road Tax for
ear 1900, one dollar.
S. J. BOWMAN,
stops the cog nhasug
No. 1-T wo-story d welling in Man
ling, Clarendon county, large lot
with fruit trees, artesian water, near
raded school, price $4.000.
No, 2-T wo-story dwelling, conven
ent to school, new building, artesian
ell on the place, price $2,000.
No. 3-One story dwelling near
Mfethodist church, * acre lot, and
ut-buildings, fruit trees and good
ater, price $2,500.
No. 4-T wo-story dwelling on large
ot, barn and stable, all buildings
ew, artesian water and electric
ights, a nice place, price $3700.
No. 5-Vacant .lots suitable for
uilding residences. all of good size,
nd well situated in best part of town
nd will be sold at reasonable prices,
acording to location.
No. 6-267 acres good farming laud,
six and-a-half miles from town, con
aining dwelling and outbuildings,
onvenient to school. Price $18 per
No. 7-500 acres good farming land,
our miles from town,270 acres cleared
o improvements, except tenant
o'ies, price $10 per acre.
No. 8-105 acres three miles from
own, 4 tenant houses, price $2,000.
'his place wvill be divided into two
rats if des red, at $15 per acre.
No. 9-50 s cres one and a half miles
rom town, t vo tenant houses, at $35
er acre. A very nice little farm.
No. 10-450 acres about twelve
miles from town, good farming land,
t 85,00 per acre, or will be divided
nto tracts of 50 to 200 acres each.
For further information apply to
J. L. WILSON,
Manning, S. C.
THE 43055"P COTTGRN ESS!
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Gins, Feeders; Cnuns, Elc. .
GISBES 3tACHINERY CO.
Colo-emb=, S. C.
Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar
Cres all Coughs, and expels Colds from
the systemrn h enty moving the bowels.
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