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Remember the Place, | A CARNIVAL OF BARGAINS, A PICNIC FOR THE LADIES, AT The New Idea Store. THE NEW IDEA. Covering ur Front. BEGINNINGENDING SEPT,- 26TH. In addition to our alrecady, lLgo stock of Dependable 'Morclandiso our buyer s ha% e ben br'-svI'm thte lasl thiree month , in sec n.0gthe gi-eate4bas o h o hm adtsenMres e aesceddi cumltn an mot asorten ofthemot u todae 4iis an Sapl Godstha wil el~ht he h~x~dbuyrs hi (Wntc Sle o nai uUtenh eu n emse.s't aningandit s o gve urpatonsa hane t ge te bneft ftor sccss.We an moth assortment of th- fot th Nothr and Easter Markets. Wed havel succede ina accmmlain aeih mamenhyari usns every one in Clarendon Count to come to see usdung this 0reat Sbles- that tn i liete tot l pleastre ofas n uiseimg each ioonstrate to ou satsfacton, our abity tpleas you. Our entire stock amounting to over Thirty Thousand Dollars worth of Dependable Merchandise ill e put on this sale at he mercy of the shopps of CLiendon County. lothing to fit the BIG ones asn Sh we can perform the feat to fit all feet. In Hats we can suit the brainy as well as the brawny. An ocean wave of Dress Goods to please the most critical observer of mo dmn styles. Hosiery for all aie fancies and iess Ready to a oods, Fall Descriptions, and otions of all kinds. A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Made. Drn this S w C i y You will Save a Dollar on every Dol lar spent at THE NEW IDEA. STORE SEPTEMBER 10. 11. 12, 13. 14, 16. 17. 18, 19. 20, 21. 23, 24, 25 and 26. WE GUARANTEE EACH AND EVERY ARTICLE AS REPRESENTED. and will cheerfully refund purchase price during this Sale not satisfactory. This Store will be closed Monday, September 9th, to arrange the stock. This Sale is without a counterpart in the history of Clrendon County. We cut the price, slaughter the goods and murder the pocketbooks Follow the Crowds ollowthe CrMark the dates, Sept.10, All W ill be Here 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, During This Sale. Opposite Court House P. KRASNOFF, Manager. opp e~urt Ho~e 19, 20, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26 GOT HIS REVENGE. The Way Lord Brougham Paid His Debt to George IV. With all of his knowledge and talent Lord Brougham was eccentric and slovenly in his personal habits. While he was a young and comparatively unknown barrister he was asked to a dinner at which the prince regent presided. Mr. Brougham's hands needed washing. The regent's keen eyes rested on them. He beckoned to a waiter and gave an order which the man heard with a scared face, and then going out he speedily returned with a ewer full of water, soap and a towel. He carried them to Brougham, pre senting them with the prince regent's compliments. The barrister instantly withdrew and never afterward re ferred to the insult. Years later, when the prince, now king. tried to divorce his wife, Brough ham, as her defender. so vehement ly sustained her cause that she triumphed. The king's name was not mentioned during the trial, though the nation knew that he was secretly the prosecutor. Brougham in his speech declared that he saw in the distance the nameless persecutor of his inno cent client, quoting with terrific effect Milton's words: The other shape. If shape it might be called. * black it stood as night. Fierce as ten furies, terrible as hell, And shook a dreadful dart; what seem'd his head The likeness of a kingly crown had on. George IV. felt seriously this savage attack. The nation sided with the queen, and her defender had paid his debt with interest. A Stubborn Cough Quickly Relieved by Rydale's Cough Elixir. Mrs. ynnie Creech, Selma, N. C. writes: "I had a very severe and stub born cough and was spitting up bloo< nearly all the time. I began using Ry dale's Cough Elixir. It stopped thi blood at once, I began to gain flesh an strength. I believe your cough midi eine is the best in the world and wil do all vou claim for it. Rydale's Cougl Elixir is especially valuable in cbroni, throat 'and lung diseases. It is sold uo der guarantee. Your money will bi cheerfully refunded if you are not satis fled. Trial size 25c., large size 50. W E. Brown & Co. Suggestive. "Hang it!" growled young Lovett t the girl of his heart. "It makes m mad every time I think of that mone I lost today. I certainly feel as if I' like to have somebody kick me!" "By the way, Jack," said the deq girl dreamily. "don't you think you better speak to father this evening?" Illustrated Bits. Just Two Kinds of Men. "There are two classes of men," sa: the close observer. "One knows not ing about woman, having spent yea in studying her. The other knows e erything. never having studied her." Chicago Journal. At 3 A. M. His Wife-You needn't make anye euses, John. It's all right. You' juzst in time to walk the baby for hour or two.-Puck. Skill and assurance are an invincil compl--:Dntch Proverb. The Greatest Subscription Offer Ev~er Wodp. Iao This County Ii- 1 Ack P ?on stitution and he Mannin irnes The Tri-Weekly Constitution Is The Farnpers' Every-Other-Day Paper There Are Three Numbers Each k, FILdWith Best Matter S(1.) MONDAY.-Th- news of greatest interest. The Farmers (3.) FRIDY -The Balance of the news. All the news. The Union Department, conducted in the interest of the great coopera- h h all the Children's page, conducted by genial Aunt tive order that is seeking to solve the farmer's economic, education- vSusie. re I o the home writers. al and practical problems. The Farm and Farmers' Department, r etweelssu es the poete reports of th conducted by Colonel R. J. Redding. tw~8 0tral bctwccn issues and keeps oepse ih pt (2.) WEDNESDAY.-The news of course. The R. F. D. Carriers' the n )IIet our press tunis. 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A. flash of lightning lights up the ground for only one-millionth.of a second, yet it seems to us to last ever so much longer. What happens is that the impression remains in the eye or the retina for about one-eighth of a second, or 124.000 times as long as the flash lasts. If on a dark night a train speeding along at sixty miles an hour is lit up by a lightning flash it appears stationary, yet in the eighth of a second during which we seem to see it the train travels eleven feet. But we really only see it during one millionth of a second, and in that time it travels only one-hundredth of an inch. When a. man's leg is cut off, if the stump be irritated he feels the pain in his toes. This curious deception is the same as any one can practice on himself by striking his elbow on the table, when he feels the pain in his fingers. Of course in both cases the pain is felt in the brain. We do not actually perceive different distances with the eye, but judge them from various Indications. When our judgment is at fault we are deceived. If you see a person In a fog, for instance, he seems to be much bigger than usual. The same thing happens when you see men or cattle oi the top of a hill against the horizon In twi light. In both cases you judge them to be farther away than they really are, and consequently they appear un commonly large. 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 Rydale's Stomach 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 nourisb the body and prevent the partial starv ation from which all dyspeptics suffer. These tablets relieve disagreeable sym, ptoms at once. They will increase you strength and flesh almost from the firsi dav's use, and will soon restore you t perfect health. W. E. Brown & Co. A Cat Monitor. I once owned two cats, one a gray the other a black. Daily I placed i bowl of milk on the floor for their dis posal. One day at the usual hour theil meal was served, but only the gray cat was present She drank about hall of the milk and then walked out, o"ly to reappear an hour later, the black cat following. As soon as they entered the house Laltie (which was the gray cat's name) seized Blackle by the ear and led her to the bowl of milk. That was the first and last time that Blackie wasn't present at meal hour. Good He Wasn't Upright. A certain Judge, while passing through the scene of an election riot, had a large stone thrown at his head, but as he happened to be in a stoopinS posture at the time it passed over him You see," said he, addressing 10 friends afterward, "that had I beer Ian upright judge I might have beer Ikilled" P.B.Mouzon has one of the best Cold Storage plants in town. We are the house keepers delight,. At our Grocery every thing is clean and fresh, and only the best goods are handled. CANNED GOODS, COFFEES AND TEAS, CAKES AND CRACK ERS, FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY, CHOICE BUT TER, HAMS AND BREAK FAST STRIPS. Everything that is handled in a First class Grocery. It is my object to please and. I invite your patronage. P. B. Mouzon WHEN IOUCOME TO TOWN CALL AT WELLS' - SHAVING SALOON Which is titted up with ant eye to the comfort of hi? customers..... HAIR CUTTINU IN ALL STYLES, SH AVING AND SH AMPOOING Done wit neatnes and dispatch.....-. - A cordial invitation is extended. J. L. WELLS Manning Times Block. Notice of Disch-.'ge. I will apply to the Judge of Proba for Clarendon county on the 7th da of Sept. 1907. for letters of discharg as Guardian for Toseph LeRoyPeagle. formerly a minor. THE0DOCEA L. JUNE. .orda, S. C , . 190-. PAIN Pain in the head-ain anywhere, has its aw. I scontieo.PaA lsb dir" eotin prove Ithbi cretea lie Vnk tablet. That tablethaed L.. Shoop's Headaehe Tablet coaxes blood Pressure away from 0ei centers atsffectl~brll %?algldgtf nl.Genltly. though salely. it surely e1 zl= the blood cra lation. If you have a headache. its blood pressure. If W painful periods with women, same if you an sleepless, restless. nervew., It'S rimo coneon-blood pressure. That suz*lY Is a certinty. for Dr. Shoop's Heaahe Tas It In 2D minutes. and the tablets simply dsrbt the unnattal blood pressure. Bruise lour figr and doesn't it get red, and swell an pain you? Of course it does. Its eon ~on. blood pressre Yoi nd it where W ao nt s Co Sense. We sell at 25 cents. and cheerfully recmmnand Dr. Shoop's m eadache Tablets' W. E. BROWN & CO.