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THE BAY HORSE.
An Old Arab Legerd That Tells of His Unmatched Speed. The butx .olored horse is said to be t.e swztcs[of all the horses. A story to illustrate this is told of a ertain Arab hik who. irin:: been engaged in : i.!:r u ili a her tribe, Was tak lag liis Nildht with his little Son. They were bo ii mouonted on a mag niflciit whimj mare which belonged to the sheik :1:id whliil had always been highly valuedl on ccount of the great speed at whiich it could go. After hav ig rhidku some little distance the gheik ::sklc' his son to lrok around and see i' thcy were beiug followed. The bc-v replied that there was some one ndi after thmin on a black horse. Tim sheik seemed satisfied on hearing this report. but presently repeated his questiou. The boy answered that they were still being pursued, but that this time the horse was white. "Never mind," said the father; "mine is faster." In a few minutes he asked for a further report, and the reply was the sane. with the difference that the horse was a chestnut. The shiek. however, put his question a fourth time. but upon being told by his son that the oursuer was mounted on a bay he cried out, "Then we are lost, for there is no horse which It cannot overtake." His words proved to be true, for in a short time they were caught up with and captured. LEATHER BOUND BOOKS. A Little Vaseline Improves and Pre serves the Binding. An official of the Congressional li brary was talking with a friend who recently had purchased a handsome set of leather bound volumes and said: "You had better examine those vol umes carefully to see If the leather needs feeding. If it is new stock they will be all rIght let alone for several years. but if they have been on the shelves for some time the leather will have lost most of its natural oil and become brittle. This applies especially to books kept in private houses, which are as a rule much hotter than the book stacks of a large library. There Is nothing more attractive than a fresh, well preserved leather binding on a volume and scarcely anything less so than a dilapidated, cracked one. * "ou can add years to the life of a leather binding and a hundred per cent to its appearance by rubbing in a little vaseline with a piece of raw cotton not too much, just as much as the leather will thoroughly absorb. Where the binding bends is where it is most likely to crack. The leather will not be greasy, as the vaseline will be ab sorbed. One treatment every year or two is sufficient unless the books are unduly exposed to heat."-Washington Star. .1'l stop your pain free. To show you first-before you spend a penny-what my Pink Pain Tablets can do, I will mail you free, a trial package of them Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets. Neu ralgia, Headache. Toothache, Period pains, etc., are due alone to blood con gestion. Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets simply kill the pain by coaxing away the unnatural blood pressure That is all. Address Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. Sold by W. E. Brown & Co. Nu.'s Precious Rib. A young lady having asked asuw why woman was made from tinw r: of man in preference to another bone. he gave her the following gallant an. swer: "She was not taken from the head lest she should rule over him, not from his feet lest he should trample upon her; but she was taken from his side, that she might be his equal; from under his arm, that he might protect her; from near his heart, that he might cherish and love her." - Houston Chronicle. Poor Colors. "1 can't understand Mabel" "Why not?" "She's always trying to get things to match her complexion." "What of it?" "Haven't you ever noticed her comn plexion?"-Milwaukee Sentinel. What Changed His Mind. "I had supposed until yesterday, doc tor, that the days of the bleeding of patients were past." "And so they are. But what changed your mind?" "The bill you sent me." Hustle While You Wait. While waiting for your prayer to be answered try to get what you want yourself.-St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Endorsed By The County. "The most popular remedy in Otsego County, and the best friend of my fain ily," writes Wmn. M. Dietz, editor and publisher of th" Otsego Journal, Gil bertsville, N. Y., "is Dr. King's New Discovery. It has proved to be an in fallible cure for coughs and colds, ma king short work of the worst of them. We always keep a bottle in the house. I believe it to be the most valuable pre scription known for Lung and Throat diseases." Guaranteed to never d i s appoint the taker, by The Arant Co. Drug Store, Price 50c. and $1.00. Trial bottle free. She Had a Substitute. Influential Member-I am glad to no tlee, doctor, that your wife never turns her head to see who comes into church late on Sunday morning. The Rev. Dr. Goodman-No, but she makes me tell her all about them after we go home. --Chicago Tribune. Infantile Chicken Broth. Customer-What on earth Is this broth made of, waiter? Surely It isn't chicken broth? Walter-Well, sir, it's chicken broth !n its hinfancy. It's made out of the water that the heggs are boiled In. Sure Proof. "Is Flapdudle truthful?" "Well, he confesses that he covered his head the other night and didn't dare get out of bed when he thought he heard a burglar In the house."-De troit News. If you know how to spend less than you get you have the philosopher's stone.-Franklin. A Stubborn Cough Quickly Relieved by Rydale's Cough Elixir. Mrs. ynnie Creech. Selmna, N. C., writes: "'I had a very severe and stub born cough and was spitting up blood nearly all the time. I began using Ry dale's Cough Elixir. It stopped the blood at once, I began to gain tiesh and strength. I believe your cough midi cine is the best in the world and will do all you claim for it. Rydale's Cough Elixir is especially valuable in chronic throat and lung diseases. It is sold na der guarantee. Your money will be cheerfully refunded if you are not satis fled. Trial size 2.>c., large size 50. W STORY OF TWO DUEL& A Sword Thrust, a Bullet Wound and an Extraordinary Sequel. When dueling was an actual factor in the social order of this counitry 1: had many worthy and nota-le expc nents. including no less distziiniished personages than Henry Clay. Aiicirew; Jackson. Alexander liauiliow. 1D Witt Clinton, Stephen Decatur and otlierb of the same type. but nowi re on this continent was it so much an establish ed institution as iii thit peculiarly ro mantie old city of New Orleans. It was woven into the very fabric of the life of the community. and mnny a crumbling tombstone in the antiquat ed creole cemeteries bears grim :mnd silent witness to the fact. though it understand the situation more clearly one should breathe, so to speak. the atmosphere of the periot. M. Augustin, who afterward l'e-:ua a district judge and general 401, t Louisiana legiuon. was the viel' im several encounters in which the ti'. per of the perivd caused him to be en gaged. One in paricular is note worthy on account Lif the part it play ed in an extraordinary freak of for tune. Aexander Grailhe was the of fendiois party. though the iusult. Jr. rather, pivoeation. for gentlemen sel I do-n insulted. would in this day be of scant concern. But some cause of ac tiou was present. and each wvas sure that a deadly meeting would certainly follow. They rode together in a car riage with ladies, who, after the duel, commented on their mutual affability during the entire trip, which only serves to show how delicately adjust ed was the code of etiquette, especial ly in the presence of ladies. They fought 'at The Oaks, and as soon as the weapons had been crossed and the impressive "Allez, messieurs," pronounced Grailhe. who was high strung and hot blooded-doubly so un der the stress of what he regarded as a grievous provocation-lost his tem per and furiously charged his antago nist. Augustin. on the contrary, was cool, collected and agile, parrying each savage thrust until by a temps d'arret (sudden pause), judiciously interpolat ed into a vicious lunge of Grailhe's, he pierced him through the chest. Grailhe, with one of his lungs per forated, remained for a long time hov ering between life and death. and when at last he did come out of Lis room he was bowed like an octogenarian. It was now only a question of time for the wounded man, as an internal abscess had formed where it could not be reached-surgery then was not what it is now-and the doctors despaired of saving him. Some time after he had been up and about a quarrel with Colo nel Mandeville de Mariguy resulted in his challenging that distinguished citi zen. This duel was also fought at The Oaks, but as Grailhe was too weak to do himself justice with a sword the weapons chosen were pistols, at fifteen paces. each to have two shots, advance five paces and fire at will. At the first shot, tired simultaneously, the un fortunate man fell forward. pierced by his adversary's bullet, which had entered the exact place of his former and yet unhealed wound. Marigny, with pistol in hand and as placid as a marble statue, advanced to the ut most limit marked out, when Grailhe, who was suffering greatly, exclaimed: "Fire again. You have another shot." With grave digni'ty Marigny raised his pisto'l above his head and fired into the air e' 'Ong with frigid politeness, "I never strike a fallen foe." More dead than alive, the stricken duelist was carried home by his friends and consigned to the care of his phy sicians: but, instead of sinking rapidly, as wvas expected. he really began to mend and by the following morning was much iurproved. Thle ball had penetrated to the abscess which haid threatened his life and made an exit for its poisonous accumulations. Somec time afterward he walked out of his room as erect as ever and soon re gained his health and stately bearing. -Century Magazine. Rydale's Liver Tablets. Are guaranteed to cure Chronmc Coh stipation, Biliousness and Torpid Liver. Give them a trial and if you are not satisfied your money will be refunded. Each box contains 50 tablets, price 25 cents. W. E Brown & Clo. Hiow Snake Poison Kib: The action or po0isons upon the sys tem Is and always ias been one of the most interestin;: of subjects. Just how and why It kills have been deterined through at series of experiments made by scIentists. The following descrip tion is one of the best and most lucid of any that has been given to the pub lic: "-The venom may be roughly sepa rated into two parts, one acting upon the blood and the other upon the nerves. When injected it immediately begins to create terrible destruction in the blood vessels. The walls of the veins are eaten away, and an internal hemorrhage takes place. While this Is going on a portion of the venom is attacking the nerves. Particularly susceptible to its ravages is the 'vaso motor' system, a nerve center which controls the muscles of respiration. Paralysis takes place in these organs. and the victim generally dies from an inability to breathe."-Exchange. A Pleasant Sort of Sea. The power of the surf is a thing about which many of us have but the most hazy ideas, and indeed the ordi nary conditions with which we are surrounded prevent us from fully ap preciating what It can be at times.| The people of the island of Chinco teague, which is about a mile and a half wide, have, however, opportunities for judging this experience, which they must find the reverse of pleasant. On its eastern side and betwveen it and the ocean is Assateague island, which is also a mile and a half wide, but the power with which the waves come is so great that at some places the surf sweeps entirely over both islands. London Standard. A Talented House Agent. \Mrs. Homeseeker - You certainly don't expect anybody to take this house! Why, the floors all run dowvn hill. Agent (a smart mnan)-It was built in that way on purpose, mum, to kep' peace 1n the family. Greatest: nvemi'n of the age, mum". Mr's. I ioeseeker-Keep peace in the fain ily? What do you mean? Agent-It's; all right, mum; nothing like it. When ever your shusband drops his collar buttons they'll roll down to that wall, and he'll always know where to find 'em.-London Tit-Bits. "Everybody Should Know" says C. G Bays, a prominent business man of Bluff, Mo., that Bucklen's Ar nica Salve is the quickest and surest healing salve ever applied to a sore, burn or wound, or to a case of piles. P'vo used it and know what I'm talking~ about." Guaranteed by The Aaiant Co. THE DRUG STORE. its Evolution From the Apothecaries of the Colonies. During the seventeenth century the druggist came to America and "closely folloved English precedents, modify ing them, however, by the practice of 4.he Indians. with whom ihe came in contact. Quack anothecaries began to spring up in the new land. and in 1630 the colony of Virginia passed a law which among otler things regulated the prices and fees of the druggist. At this time it was fashionable for the drugg-ists to 1.ractic surgery in ad dition to pharmacy, and the \irgmia colour cnj1tinvd a large number of e w ho were proficient in both pro Is Nassachusetts the busi ness~ was iargely in the bands of iilndis. schoolmiasters, old women and teacherS. The Salem witchcraft de lusion retarded the spread of the drug -ist for some time in the Bay State, for the popular impression fastened on the apothecaries a suspicion that they sold the potions that were supposed to produce the spells. Among those who suffered persecution at this time mixers of medicine appear to have been prominent. The drug shop had not yet become a distinct institution. It was usually a branch of the grocery or spice busi ness. In IC47 'one Giles Forman of Boston, bad. however. firmly estab lished himself as devoting special at tention to pharmacy. In 1648 the first distinctive drug store in America was opened in Boston by William Davies. -Lippincott's. A Horse's Memory. My father had a fine driving horse that was intelligent and had learned a number of tricks. One night he was stolen, and no trace was found of him for nearly two years when, one day, father met a stranger driving the horse and of course claimed him. In the dis pute which followed father remarked that if it was the horse stolen from him he would on being unharnessed go to the gate, lift the latch, open the gate. go around the barn, slide the bolt, open the door and go into the third stall. The man agreed to give the horse up on those terms. They drove home and up the lane to the barn and unharnessed the horse, when, without a inomenfs hesitation, he per formed the feat's father said he would. -Chicago Tribune. "We never repent of eating too,little" was one of the ten rules of life of Thon as Jefferson. president of tie United States, and the rule applies to every one without exception during this hot weather.because it is nard for food. Even in small quantities, to be digested when the blood is at high temperature. At this season we should oat spearingly and properly. We should also help the stdinach as much as possible by the use of a little Kodol For Indigestion and Dyspepsiawhich will rest the stomach by digesting the food itself. Sold by W. E. Brown & Co. A Comparison. "I admit I have the fault yod men tion," said the conceited man, self com placently, "but it's the only fault I have, and it's a small one." "Yes," replied Knox, "just like the small hole that makes a plugged niekel no good."-Philadelphia Press. Ought to Survive. Anxious Mother-Oh, doctor, do you think Rtobbie wvill get wvell? Doctor No doubt of~ it: no doubt of it. I've giv en him medicine for everything that he could possibly have, so we're bound to strike it right.--Toledo Blade$ There is nothing so easy but that it becomes didicult when you do it with relctance.--Terenice. The ILimit of Life. o The most eminent medical scientists ae unanimous in the conclusion that the generally accepted limitation of human lifa is many years below the at tain ment possible with the adv'anced knowledge of which the race is now po sessed. The critical peiriodl, that de termines its duration, seems to be be tween 50 and 60; the proper care of the body during this decade cannot be too strongly urged; carelessness then being fatal to longevity. Nature's best helper after 50 is Electric Bitters, the scientific tonic medicine that revitalizes every organ of the body. Guaranteed by The Arant Co. D~rug Store. 50c. "To the Lamppost." "To the lamppost" is a mistransla tion of "a l-a lanterne'" There was no lamppost. The lamp was hung over the middle of the street, in the center of a cord, which passed over pulleys at the sides of the street. The lamp was let down, the person to be hanged wa-s substituted for it, and the ends of the cord rpulled.-London Notes and Queries. - Knowledge and timber shouldn't be muc-h used till they are seasoned. lHomes. Endorsed by a Minister. Rev. Parker Holmes, pastor of the first M. E. church, South Hickory, N. C.. says: "I have used Rydale's stomach Tablets for indigestion and regard them as a perfect remedy for this dis ease. I take please in recommending them to all sufferers from indigestion." Use Rlydale's Stomiach Tablets for your trouble and you will join Dr. Holmos in this strong endorsement. These tablets will enable your stomach to digest your food, and thus nourish the body and prevent the partial starv ation from which all dyspeptics suffer-. These tablets relieve disagreeable sym ptoms at once. '..lhey will increase your strength and flesh almost fr-om the first day's use, and will soon restore you to perfect health. WV. E. Brown & Co. I impartialI. An En;glish el.:ymian, r-ecently set tled in a small town in Perthshire, met' a farme's boy while visiting the mem bers of his congregation. In the course of conversation the boy said his par ents had an aunt stayin~g with them. The parson, not having much acquaint ane with the Scottish language and not quite comprehending what the boy said, asked: "Then, do i understand that your aut is on your father's side or on your mnothers?" To which the young agriculturist re plied: "Wed, white the ane an whiles the Ither, excep' when feyther leathers them baith."--Dundee Advertiser. Get, a fre-e samnie of Dri. Shoop's: "HIealth Coflee" atour store. T f r'eal~ cofee disturbs your stomach, your heart or kidnevs. thn utr-y this clever CotTee imitati in Dr. Shoop hos close 13 matchied Old Java and Mlocha Coffee in flavor and taste, yt it has not a, singe grain ofit rea Cultee mn it. Dr. made from pure. toasted gr-ains 0or tereals, with \Ialt Nut. etc-. Made in a minute. No tedious wait. You wifl surely like it. S61d byv Th'e Mlanning Sour Stomach No appetite, loss Of strength, nervous* ness, headache, constipation, bad breath, general debility, sour risings, and catarrh of the stomach are all due to indigestion. Kodol relieves indigestion. This new discov ery represents the natural juices of diges tion as they exist In a healthy stomach, combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties. Kodol for dyspepsia does not only relieve indigestion and dyspepsia, but this famous remedy helps all stomach troubles by cleansing, purifying, sweetening and --trengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach. Mr. S. S. Ball, of Ravenswood, W, Va.. says: I was troubled with sour stomach for twenty years. Kodol cured me and we are now using It in milk icrbaby." FOR BACKACHE--WEAK KIDNEYS TRY DeWlTT'S KINEYand BLADDER PILLS-Sure and Sae Prepared by E. 0. DeWITT & CO., Chicago W. E. BROWN & CO. CI"I Out says many a doctor to his lady patients, because he doesn't know of any medi cine that will cure female troubles except the sur geon's knife. That such a medicine exists, howeverisproved by thousands of cures made by MYIE OFCARDU Cures Womb Disease It has saved the lives of many weak, sick women and rescued oth ersfrom a lifetime of chronic sick ness. It will cure you if you will only give it a chance. Try it. Sold by all druggists and deal ers in S1.00 bottles. GAVE UP SUPPORTER. "I wore a supporter for four years, to keep up my womb," writes Mrs. S. J. Chrisman, of AMannsville, N.Y. "Alydloctor said no medicine would help rae. After taking Cardui I gave up my sup porterand am now well. Heart Strength Heartstengtb. orHeartWeaIness meanswerve Strength, or Nerve Weakness-nothingmore. Pos. ItIvely, not one weak Art ina hundred Is. in it. hidden tiny lttle nerve that really is all at fault. This obscure nerve-the Cardiac, or Heart Nerve -simply needs, and musthave, more power. more stability. more controling, more governin str t.,Wi thout that the Heart must continue to an e stom ach and kidneys also have these same controlling nerves. This clearly explains why, as a medicine, Dr. Shoop's Restorative bas in the past done so much for weak and alilng Hearts. Dr. Shoop first sought ingheart*dstress. '.hopsRIestortive-ti popular prescription-is alone directed to these weak and watn nerve centers. It buidlds: itstrengthens: it offers real. genuine heart help. Ie ou would have strn Hearts, srn i them as needed with Dr. Shoo p's Restorative W. E. BROWN & CO. STATE OF SBUTH CAROUINA, County of Clarendon. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. (Decree.). D. L. Hart. PlaintiT against' M. D. Wells, Wingo, Ellett & Crump Shoe Compa ny,Strauss-Rogan Com pany and C. Wul bern, Joh n Wulbern, Ashley C. Tobias, J. H. C. Wulbern, and E. N. Wulbern copartners as C. Wulbern and Company and Coleman. Wagner Hard ware Company, De fendants. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A Judgment Order of the Court of Com mon Pleas, in the above stated action, to me dh-ected. bearing date of July 5th, 190 4, I will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, at Clar rendon Court House, at Manning, in said county, within the legal hours for judicial saies. on Monday, the 2nd day of September, 1907, being salesday, the following described real estate: "All that lot of land in Summerton, in said County and State, measuring thirty-five feet front on Railroad Avenue, and bounded on the East by land of Mellette, and measuring there on one hundred twenty-five feet. on the Northwest by land of estate of Dukes and measuring thereon thirty one and one-half feet. on the west by land of William Doughty, and measur ing thereon one hundred and four feet, and being the same lot of land which was conveyed to M. D. Wells by L. R. Chewning and Brother by Deed duly recorded in the office of C. C. C. P. for said county in Book Q 3. at page 351." Also. "All that other lot cf land situate near said town, and in said County and State, bounded on the North by land of W. IR. Mood, on the Eas;t by land of M. S. Can tey, on the South- by land of . G. Senn, and on the West by the Punb li Road, said tract of land containinig tso acres, and being the land conveyed to M. D. Wells by .J. M. Cantey." Purchaser to p)ay for papers. Ei B. GAMBLE, Sheriff. w. C. DAtvis. J. A. WEINBERC. DA\VIS & WVEINEE~RG, ATTORNEYS AT LA W, MANNING, 3. C. Prompt, attention given to collections. .ws . wnI.sos. s. 01Vour o'BnYA N. WILSON & O'BRYAN, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, MANNING, S. C. JH. LESESNE, ATTORNEY AT [JAW MANNING, S. C. OSEPH F. RHAME, ArroTTORNEY AT LAW, MANNING, S. C. J McWAINWOODS, \f ATONE AT LAW. Manning, S. C. Offrce OverTeia Store. See Bell & Reardon Opp. Coffey & Rigby's Stable, Before you let the coni ract for that Turned Work or Logr Cart. Our prices are very reasonable when quality of work is cousidered Our blacksmith work is tup to the standard and when you need work in that line remember that we are just as accommodating as ever, and we are always glad to see you. Tinning& PIumbing Have your tinning done by an expe rienced workman. I cut and thread all sizes of pipe and atti always ready to do the right thing by those'who bring me their work. I make a specialty of doing all kinds of soldering, such as coffee pots, ket tles, stew pans, sauce pans, dish pans. milk pans or anything that needs re pairing. I will do it in a workmani0 way. STOVES.-I repair, put up and buy Your old stoves. I have had the best experience with hardware men and will give you satisfaction. If your lamp is out of order let me see it before you throw it away. JOHN P. BELL. Shop near Bradham's stable. VACANCIES In the State Scholarships in SOUTH CAROLINA MILITARY ACADEMY to be filled by competitive examina tions exist in Clarendon County, to wit: Clarendon (1). Application blanks may be ob tained by applying to County Super intendent of Education o.r to COL. C. S. GADSDEN, Chairman of Board of Visitors, Charleston. S. C. These appliactions carefully filled out must be received by the Chair man of Board of Visitors by 21st of July, 1907. Bank of Summerton, Summerton, S. C. CAPITAL STOCK - $25.000 00 SURPLUS ------ - 8,000 00 STOCKHOLDERS' - LIABILITIES - - - - 25,000 00 $58,000 00 IN OUR SAVINGS DEPARTMENT We pay interest at the rate of 4 Per Cent. per annum, compounding same quarterly. RICHARD B. SMYTH. Preosident. JOHN W. LESESNE. Cashier. Undertaking. A complete stock or Caskets, Cotmns and Fu neral Supplies always on hand. My hearsewill besn oaypart of the county, and calls will bersoddto by Mr. A. J. White. funeral director and undertaker, night or day. W.E E. JENKINSON CO. NORTHWESTERN R. R. OF S. C. TIME TABLE No. 6. In Effect Sunday, June 5. 1904. BETWEEN SUMTER AND CAMDE~N. Mixed, Daily except Sunday. Southbound. Northbound. No. 69 No. 74 No. To No. GS PM AM AM PM 6 25 9 36 Lve..Suter ..Ar.9 00 5 45 6 27 9 38 N.W Junction....8 58 5 43 6 47 9 59.. . Dazell... 822 5 13 7 05 10 10...Borden... 8 00 458 7 23 10 21...Rembert's. ..7 40 4 43 7 30 10 31....Eller be..730 4 2 7o 5 11. 10.So. Ry. Junction. .7 1(1 4 25 S 00 11 10 Ar...Camnden..Lee7 00 4 15 PM PM AM PM BETWEEN WILSON'S MILL AND SUMTER Southbound. Northbound. No. 73 Daily except Sunday. No. 72 PM PM 3 00 Leave...Sumter ..rrive..12 30 3 03..uinerton Junction...-12 2 3 20............. Tindal. ............ 11 5 :35. ........... Pa ksville. ........ 41 30 3;5............ Silver.............. 11 00 .........Millard.......... . 00 4 45............. Summerton..... 10 15. 5 25. ........... Davis.............. 945 5 45............ Jordan............. 9 45 6 30 Arrive...Wilso's Mill.Leave 8 410 PM AM BETWEEN MILLARD AND ST. PAUL. Daily except Sunday. Southbound. Northbound. No. 73 No. 75 No. 72 No. 74 PM AM AM PM 4 05 10 20 Lve Mlillard Ar.10 45 5 30 4 15 10 30 A" St. Paul Lve.10 35 4 20 151l A M A M P M FHO.S. W iLSUN. President. Money to Loan. Eas Terms.. APPLY TO CHARLTON DuRANT. DR. J. A. COLE, DENTIST. Upstairs over Bank of Manning. MANNING, S. C. Phone No 77. R. ,1. FRANK GEIGER. DENTIST. MANNING, S. C. C HARLTON DURANT. ATTORNEY AT LAW. MANNING, S. C. Woodnmen of the World. Meets on fourth Monday nights a~ Visiting Sovereigns invited. FOLYIlORYETTAR Cures Biliousness, Sick Headache, Sour Stom ach, Torpid Liver and Chronic Constipation. Pleasant to take Do Youll Want' PERFECT FIT11NG CLOTHES? THEN COME OR SEND TO US. We have the best equipped Tailor ing Establishment in the State. We handle High Art Clothing solely and we carry the best line of Hats and Gent's Furnishings in the city. Ask your most prominent men who we are, and they will commend you to us. i Le DAVID& BRO.i Cor. King & Wentworth Sts., CHARLESTON, - S. C. GeoS. Hacker &Son MANUFACTUNLCRs or C= coo Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moulding and Building Material, CHARLESTON, S. C. Sash Weights and Cords. Window and Fancy Glass a Specialty, . Rydale's LIVER TABLETS CURE ALL JLVER TROUBLES WE GUARANTEE THESE TAB LETS TO CURE CHRONIC CON STIPATION, BILIOUSNESS. TOR PID LIVER, JAUNDICE, AND A LL AFFECTIONS OF THE LIVER. IN TESTINES AND BOWELS. 50 CHOCOLATE COATED TAB LETS IN A CONVENIENT BOX. PRICE. 25 CENTS. Frepared and Guarant~eed by THE RYDALE REMEDY CO., Nert NewsVirg1finia Dr. W. E. Brown & Co. Eat and Grow Fat FRESH MEATS AT ALL TIMES. EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT. Give us a Trial. Clark & Huggins. Tle Balik oI iMialllllig, MANNING, S. C. Capital stock, - $40,000 Surplus, - - 40,000 Stockholders' Liai uility, - - 40,000 Total Protection to Depositors. $120,000 RESIDEN1T A LITTLE TALK with our President or Cashier will soon convince von of the advisabilit of Banking with us. TilE RESOURCES and connectirns of this Bank assure safe and profitable management of all your business. By authority vested in me by exe-i cution issued andi directed to me by L. L. Wells, County Treasurer, I will offer for sale for cash at public out-, cry the following tract of land on salesday in September next, at the. court house in Manning at 12 o'clockc M., for State and county taxes for 1906, at the suit of the State: Sandy Grove Township. David Coker, 200 acres. Bound on the north by lands of W-. D. MFaddin; east. by lands of Dick-: son Kirby, R. R. McFadden and S. W. Gowd'v; on the south by lands of! A. S. Coker, and on the west by lan ds of Julik, Johnson. Purchaser to p or peE, Sheriff Clarendoni County. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar cures all COUghs. and expels Colds fromi t.e systm by cently moviag the bowels. Cleanses the system thoroughly and clears sallow compleions of axaie pimples and blotches DtlVt is sguzi t.. The Arant Co. Drug Store. ALCOLU RAILROAD. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS Effective May 1st, 1906. NORTHEAST.-READ DOWN. SOUTHwEST.--READ VP No.5. No.2. No.4. No.6 . 'N. Miaed. Mixed. STATIONS. . Mixed. Mixd. Mixed. A. M. P. M. P. KM - 1100 745 ..... Lv............... Alcolu ...............Ar 25 800 205 7 .50....... 2............. McLeod*........ 23- 745. 215 800 .........5 ..............Harby'............. 20 740 --..- -- 220 805 ........ Duant............ 18 7 . 2 45 830. ......... .... Sardina....... ....... 13 7 10...... 255 840 ..... 14...... ---- New Zion*............ 11 700. :00 8 45 .:........ 15'...... Beard............. 10 655. 315 9 00 ........ 17 .......... ...Seloc.*.............. 8 6 40 ... 400 945. 21... ........... Hudson*.............. 4 615 4 30 10 15 ........ 25 Ar..........Beulah...........LV 0 600. P . P.M. P.M, 'All stations except Beulah and Alcoluare flag stations for all trains. Monda, No. 2. Fridays, -No. 1. Tued y, No. 1. Saturdays, No. 2.- and No. 3. Wednesdays. No. 2 and No. 3. Thursdays, No. 2. R. P. ALDERMAN. Traffic Manager. LAN 11UGHF$O7F E N-RTH AND $-UT Florida-Cuba. A passenger service unexcelled fdk1,ur and comfortequippedwith thelatest Pullman Dining, Sleeping and Thoroughfare Cars. For rates, schedule, maps ot any iforma tion, write to WM. J. CRAIG9 General Passenger Wilmington,.N 6A IN'THIsR NE!STRk DICKSON HARDWARE COMPANY bas moved into the store recently occupied by the Dry Goods Co. (Levi Block). Weloi offerto the trade of Clarendon county a large and ip- - to-date stock of WE HAVE A beautiful Line of Dinner Sets, Ice Cream Sets, Fancy Dishes, Glassware, and a fine lot of Lamps. Come to look, we know you will stay to buy. IRKSON HARI CO, F. . RVN. W. KOGER McINTOSE. . E. JENKINSON. MANNING, S. 0. Bring us a load of tobacco. The very highest prices and polite attentioni is guaran teed. W. KOGER cNT lfManager.. BRING YOUR *JQOB W OR K TO THE TINES OFFICE.