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I-xo.THE PERSECUTED JEW. LadCas
IizardV' TaiIx. Free Ca V ed with TH E PERSEC E J Crabs are generally supposed to live
Certain lizards are remarkable for cold, but w nter an be frezeii on a red- Be Is, It In Claimed, the Most spirituaA In the ocean, but there is one species
MAN~NING S* C. the fragility of their tails, although , hot pI:te. This prvity experiment has Ma Aive. that lives on the land. It is found on
this weakness is not always the draw- rightly bee ca~llI the e:tiorie para- "The Jew is 'said to have what is the island of Jamaica, in the West In
- ek .. 0.000 back that may be imagined. The dia-! dox. If a droi - water i placed ou a kno0wn as the commercial instinct," dies. It burrows in the sand some
mond tailed gecko, for instance, fre- redhot or white hot metal riate it said Oscar S. Straus. "Hume tells us times two or three miles from:the sea
-3m,000- quently owes its existence to the readi- does not suddeny flash into steam un- that under Richard I. 500 Jews sought It has two long claws. In attacking an
St~ckhoi4.0' Lia ness with which its caudal appendage der the ininence of the great he-t. It safety in the castle of York, where, not enemy it binds it with one claw; which
ilit, - - 40,000 can be snapped off. This reptile, which does not even hoi. It simply evroll- being strong enough for defense, they is then thrown off, and then continues
-_ - i tall in ue air, is liable to be pr- at quietly : lowy it killed their wives and children, threw the fight with the free claw. The
Tottal Protecteiot ad tain by heairks libe o tee fr- about the plate. Now, suppose that the bodies over the walls into the mob crabs stay in the ground during fhe
ed upon by hawks. One of these for- -the drop on th3 plate is a volatile liq- below and, setting fire to the castle, day and hunt for their food at night
to Depositors, 115,000 midable birds will swoop down upon 'aid like suphurous acid. It will evap- were themselves burned alive. The They visit the ocean once a year to lay
a hzard and seize what it takes to be orate, and this evaporation will pro- gentry owing money to the Jews has- their eggs. They travel by night; when
rthe head, but is really the tail. The duce cold. Let a drop of water fall tened to the cathedral, where their they are caught in great numbers.
brittle tail snaps off, and the gecko in the sulphurous acid drop. and it will bonds or promissory notes were kept,
wriggles away, not much the worse, to be frozen in spiii of the heat. M. Bou- and made a bonfire before the altar.
_____________ grw anthe. ie
-- ----go tec - tgy thus froze water on a white hot 'The compiler of the Annals of Waver- An Awful Cough Cured.
Precise, but Acid. <nmcpue aaa are ley, in relating the event,' Hume says, "Two years ago our little girl had a
lips ad thisreniorkable, experiment even fur- 'lse
The women with thin lips and raspy this remarkable eei an suli 'blesses the Almighty for thus deliver- touch of pneumonia, which left her
voice stepped up before the languidly ing over this impious race todestruc- with an awful cough. She had spells
- indifferent ticket seller in the railway fIed a acid gas on a redhot plat- tion.' History blazes with such stories of coughing just like one with the
-hetationyinun capsule,. he formed a spheroidal of self sacrifice and barbarity. The whooping cough and some thought she
r_ station. msL-o
"Where do you want to go?" he ask- mass which evaporated very slow- commercial instinct in this particular would not get well at all. We -got
ed as his jeweled fingers riffled a bunch ly. lIe thn ibrought some mercury case appears to have been on the other bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Rem
IN1of pasteboards. ito contae,,t with it. and this was in- side. edy. which acted like a charm. She
. Noneofar business where I want stantly frozen. Now, mercury requires "Instead of the Jew being a natural stopped coughing -and got stout and
to go"1 she snapped. "Just you sell me a temrerature o f 4 degrees below zero barterer, he is the most spiritual man fat, writes Mrs. Ora Bussard, B
a ticket to New York, but bear in mind to solidify it. and here it was frozen on alive. He has been pounded through The Afant Co. Drug store.
CONVENIENCE, that I'm going there because I've got redhot platinmm. the ages, robbed and massacred, but he
I to; not because I want to."-Washing- +* yields neither his traditions nor his
Safety and Reliability are a few of the ton Star. Public Speaker Interrupted ideals. Had he been materialistic he Soldiers In Battle.
many good points about. would have sold out long ago and "It is Important to be cool and self
TilS BANK. i Efective. Public speakers are frequently inter- bought peace. If he would join the possessed at the beginning -of a fight,"
- Mr. Bowler-I should like to know rupted by people coughing. This would Greek church he would be safe in Rus- -writes one who has commanded men
We have had a long experience in sue- what good all these cooking school les- not happen if Foley's Honey and Tar sia. Rather than do that he will walk in battle. "As soon as the first -shot is
cessf ally handling the 'arge or small arIoeorduhe- were taken,as it cures coughs and colds - . l h
cesfly adln telag o malsons are doing our daughter? weetknariue ogh n od into the jaws of hell. Therefore I say fired men become serious and go Into
Bak ccunsof Business.Men. Chechsn ibL and prevents pneumonia and consump-m eluson. eer a irdmnbcm eiu n oIt
Bank Ac counts Ladies c Mrs. B.-Everything she cooks she he enuinemcon s no es that he is .spiritualistic or idealistic action with a calmness which- is most
- coun . -.-.---- brings home. and is in a yellow package. The Arant rather than practical or material. Were impressive. High explosive shells,
"Yes, and none of the family will Co. Drug store. I to choose a family that would live I with their deafening noise, make the
O touch 'em, and the things are just would have it meet hardships and per- most impression on young and unsea
I thrown away." secutions. Were I to choose one to die soned soldiers, while shrapnel tffects
'-No, they are not. She gives them to - of I would give it pleasure and luxury. the old soldiers the most. Those who
They Joined Hand. The Jew, denied his civil rights, de- imagine that It Is possible to see a
"Huh! What good does that do?' Mr. Rhodes once told a circle of spoiled of his property, scourged and heroic look on men's faces at a de
"We are getting rid of beggars." friends after dinner the story of his murdered, has only been made tougher cisive moment are completely mistak
first meeting with Belt. "I called at and longer lived. His enemies have en. Their faces are pale and have a
The Hesitant swain. Porges' late one evening," he said, "and given him strength and trained him hard look about them. The -struggle
He-What would your father do if I there was Beit working away as usual. most admirably for the battle of life, . which is going on within them betrays
t L .. a told him E-wanted to marry you? She -Do you never take a resty I asked- no matter in what part of the world itself by the nervous haste -of-their
--He'd refer the matter to me. He 'Not often,' he replied. 'Well, what's fortune may lead him."-New York firing."
(hopefully)-And what would you do? your game? said I. 'I am going to World. -
You can then pay your She-I'1 refer the matter to the young control the whole diamond output be- - ------ Deadly Serpent Bites
man who proposed to me and was ac- fore I am much older,' he answered
bills with checks which cepted while you were trying to make as he got off his stool. 'That's funny,' are as common in India as are stomach
up your mind.-Bohemian "Magazine. I said. 'I have made up my mind to and liver disorders with us. For the
We return to you the do the same. We had better join latter however there is a sure remedy:
tirst of each month and A Little Short of Funds. hands.'" Join hands they did. Unlike For Infnts and Childr. Electric Bitters, the great restorative
- Mr. Tyte-hist-More money? What Alfred Beit, Cecil Rhodes had small The Kind You H e mdicine of which S. A. Brown of e n
w.hich are thus made a hTve Kin Yo ave Alay ought nettsville, S. C., says: '-They restored
have you done with that dollar I gave patience with arithmetical details. - my wife to perfect health after years of
receipt in full for every you last week? Mrs. Tyte-Phist- Once this characteristic involved him Bears the suffering with dyspepsia and a chrnic
Thats in the savings bank, but I can't In a difficulty. Pitching a balance of ally torpid liver." Electric Bitters
dollar you pay out. draw the interest on it till next Jan- sheet into the pile of papers before . cure chills and fever, malaria, bilious
h r.ary. I want another dollar to run Belt, lie exclaimed desperately, "Here, ness, lame back, kidney troubles and
o the house on in the meantime.-Chica- you understand things. For heaven's bladder disorders. Sold on guarantee
with a check. o Tribune sake tell me how I stand.With Pstols. y The Arant Co. Druggist. Price 50c.
1 Discussing pistols as dueling weap- . . .
His Contribution. Butterflies That Live on Fish. ons, the Paris Figaro sought the views Skirt and Shirt.
'Wat dis cntrbution. Butterflies That Lie ow Fof a man who had the reputation of an "Ski
Ba k Of S I 1 8IO "What did that old miser put down The butterfly was blue and transpar- expert on the field of honor. He at
hen o asked him to contribute to ent. As through blue I once began to rail t duels with pistols.
eei un . me heart could be seen beating mside its He could not bear even to speak of over another linguistic route and prop
Summerton, S. C. His foot."-Batimore American. body, and the professor read a news- them. The fact was that he had once erly means a short garment.' In fact,
To wait and be patient soothes many r scthrough its lovely blue himself at an encounter of that kind "skirt," "shirt,"'"short," "shear," "kir
--- To ai an bepaien soths mnywings. '-This," he said, "is the ptero- received- a ball in the shoulder. near rains. Bcu "krt" arenal otbiit
Noieo -iapang-.-Dutch Proverb. terrltos u lsdt .-o t
Not1e 'of Discharge. poda, a Mediterranean butterfly. It '-Then you disapprove of them simply
I will apply to the Jude of Probate TorentoTete aeats fish. On its tongue are rows br self specialized to a lower -garment,
fI Cil aend o Coeunt o th roathde Torments of Tetter and Eczema Allayed,. one ok. hysrea teeth.e " youI wsrno defeated."' with special reference to the- lower
for Clarendon Countyv nth20hdvpo' "Why, I was not defeated."
of December 1906. fo- Letters of Dis- The intense itching characteristic of This beautiful creature would turn up "What!"edge thereof, e boundary where the
charcge as Administrator of the Estate eczema, tetter and like skin diseases is its nose at a garden of roses and lilies, '-No; I was a second. You may welverb
oR R. F. Turner, deceased. mnstantly allayed by applying Chamber- but it would feast ecstatically upon arbelieve that I promised myself never
A. J. RICHBOURG lainsSalve and many severe cases have putrid eel. Now and then a pteropoda
Sunmerton. S. C.. November 19,1900.been permanently cured by its use. For Is found on the Florida or the Califor- Howmir oninayfIairs o a sort
-- -96 -- sale by The Aranlt Co. Drugr store. .sfudo h lrd rteClfr However, one day I had to accompany Pse xmnto ucsfly
. nia coast. It Is only abundant, though, a friend on the field. He had asked it James Donahue, New Britain, Conn.,
pegin the Mediterranean of me as a personal favor. I could not writes: "I tried several kidney reme
Digess what you eat. CorrecI. Notice to our Customers. defu." ui ian fo rate bu t upont in-eo
-------__....W if e (during the tiff)-I have suffer- We are pleased to announce that Fo- diWhat wsthat?' *poeutlItokFlys"de ue
FO E SH-T woan husad :"yO'"no, es Honey1a ar:orouhs, cod "That I should climb a tree duringpremnadfvbots-ced e
forcaurea cae, ar. No opiates yo u haven-t. my dear. You have never National Pure Food and Drug law as it tefrn.
Iheen a widow. Wife--You evidently contains no opiates or other harmful, "A good scheme." rgdeaiainfrlf nuac.
vud I ys epsia Cure don-t understand mue. I said "calam- drugs, and we recommend it as a safe' "You think so? Well, I was wounded FlysKde uecrs-akah
Digests what you eat. ity." remedy for children and adults. The again. Mfy friend fired in the air!" tobe h rn o rgsoe
The new Laxative
that does not gripe
Tleasant to take. La
0Do Yo Waitl
CLOT HES ?
THENCOME OR SEND TOTUS.
We have the best equipped Tailor
in Establishment in the State.
High Art Clothingl
solely and we carry the best line of
Hats and Gent's Furnishings in the
. Ask yourmost prominent men who
we are, and they will commend you
,L D&VID & BRO,
Cor.- King & Wentworth Sts.,
CHARLESTON, - S. O.
Geo.S. Hacker &Son
Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Moulding and Building
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Sash Weights and Cords.
indeoand Fancy.Glass aSpecialty.
neA complee stock of Cask-ts, Coffns sdF
be sent to aypart of te county. andas wsl
director and undertaker, night or day.
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Kennedy's Laxative Hloney and Tar
Cres all CoughS, ad expels Colds from
the system by gen~tyl ovtn the-bowulI.
W HE N YOU COME
TO- TOWN CALL AT
iE L LS'
Which is fitted up with an
eye to the comfort of his
customners.. .. ..
IN ALL STYLES,
S HAVING AND
SH AMPO OING
Done with neatness and
dispatch.. .. .. ..
A cordial invitation
is extended. .
J. L. WEULS.
Manning Times Block.
DR. J. A. COLE.
Upstairs over Bank of Manning.
MANNING, S. C.
Phone No '77.
DR. 3. FRANK GEIGER.
MANNING, S. C.
Phone No. 6.
W. C. DAVIS. J. A. WEINBERG.
DAv1s & WEINBERG,
-ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,
MANNING, S. C.
.Prompt attention given to collections.
JOHN S. WILSON. S. OLIVER O'BRLYAN.
IGSON & O'BRYAN,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
OSEPH F. RHAME,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
O.ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Manning, S. C.
Omcie Over Levi's Store.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
ocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Busy Medioirze for Busy People.
rings -Golden Health and Renewed Vigor.
A specflelor Constipain IndEtIn Lve
an Bace. Its Rocky Mounain Tea Intab
lf form . Sjcents a bx. Genuie made by
GOLm:N"R3GGTS FOR SAttaW PEOPLE
Stomach and Liver
Xative Frut Syroni coistpten
The Arant Co. Drug Store.
The Hind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signaturE' ot
and has been made under his pert
sonal supervision since its infancy.
rzz~- AlloWno one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations -and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children-Experience .against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. yt
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcoti
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys .Worms
and a]ays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures ConstipatiOn
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea.-The mother's Friend.
CENUINE cASTOR IA ALWAY
Bears the Signature 6
The Kind"oll Rave Away Bo t
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Th CENTAUR COMPANY. 7 MURRAY VTRCT. New YORK CITY, -
Buy and I
The short crops in the vicinity of. Manning have cau
prices this fall not to advance as they did last year.Now is the inrves 7
tor's opportunity, as with reasonably good crops and prices,'
year's land will go much higher. Others think as we do. And
here are two orders recently placed with us by two men from
other counties, and the kind of men this county needs:
First. A farm, within easy reach of a high school andgod
churches, properly improved and costine from five to ten thousand
Second. A farm of from one to two hundred acres, within
reach of a common school and good chnrch, costing from tharee tr
five thousand dollars. -
If you can't pay cash we will help you to borrow the noney
Manning Real Estate Ageny.
X. D. Hodge, Manager.
Omfce over Bank of Mamnting.
S. R. VEINING, *el*r
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Spectalee :
Glasses and all Kinds of FancyNoete..
Iinake a speciato WEDDING and HOLIDAY PRESENTS
and always carry a hansm line of
Silverware, Hand-Painted China, Glasswae
and numerous other articles suitable for Gifts of all kind.
CCME AND SEE THEM.
All Watch, clock and Jewelry Repairing done promptlyan
~ "~[leeri~ ~hiLevi Block,
OUU flJ U!-~Ml .M.ANNINQ. S.-,
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
Effective May 1st. 1906.
NORTHEAST.-READ DOWN. sOUTHWEST. -RE~AD UP.
No.1. No. 3. No.5 5. . TO No.2 No.4.1 N.o.
Mixed. Mixed. Mixed. = TA S M'xed.i Mixed. Mixed.
A. M. P.M P.-M.
2 00 7 45....... 0 Lv........... Alcolu............ Ar 25 8 00.I...
2 05 7 50....... 2 ....:........ MLeod*.-............ 2 7 45.........
2 15 8 00....... 5 .............H arby*.............. 20 7 40 ... ...
2 20 8 05 ........ 7 ............ DuRant'........... 18 7 35 ... ...
2 45 8 30.... 12 ............ Sardinia.............. 13 7 10 ... ...
2 55 8 40.... 14 ...........New Zion*............ 11 7 00 ... ...
3 00 8 45 .... 15 ............. Beard............... 10 6 55 ... ...
3 15 9 00 .... 17............ So.'..*-........... 8 6 40 ... .
4 00 9 45 .... 21 .............Hudson*............. 4 6 15 . ...
4 30 10 15.......25Ar..........Beuah............Lv 0 6 00.
P. M. P. M.. P. M..
*'All stations except Beulah and Alcolu are fag stations for all trains..
Mondays, No. 2.FrdyN.1
Wednesdays. No.2 and No. 3.
R. P. ALDERMAN.
For Convenience and Safety,
You should deposit your mnoney in a good bank. As for safety, we have Burglary and
Fire Insurance. Time Lock, Bonded Offcers and Regular Examinations, and our con
tinue d growth is evidence of the confidence reposed in us by the people of Manning
and tae surrounding country.
Deposits October 1, 199'4, $38,154,82.
Deposits October 1, l90S, $72,559.67.
If your patronage has in any way contributed to our success, we thank you for same,
if you are not already our patron, you are invited to become one.
B-nk of Clarendon, um ,~
TO THE TINES OFFICE.