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AT COURT A WHISTLER STORY.
The Eagle That Was Made to Pose as
a Fighting Cock.
Apropos of something Whistler once
Experience of an American at told a cockfight story so vividly that
an English Royal Levee. only a man with a sailor instinct could
tell it as well, mimic it so keenly and
enjoy it so thoroughly. it was a story
A RAPID TRANSIT FUNCTION. of a strange species of the American
cock, pictured to the smallest detail so
beautifully that one forgot that it was
Pro Was In and Through and Out Be- a story.
fore He Really Realized What Had Some American sailors were at a
Happened-The Way His Difficulty Coc r ao
Abou a ostme Ws Oercme. land when one of them remarked to
About a Costume Was Overcome.champion:
A six foot American who had se- "We have got an American cot on
cured a "command" to one of the Eng- board that can whip any bird here."
lish royal levees recently found him- "Go fetch lim on." %aid the champion.
self In a pretty predicament. "Chuck '!i in and see. if e lickN (one
On his 'notification paper was the bird we *ave plenty more to throw in
hint that levee dress was indispensa- that can liek liany blawst'd liameri
ble. In t guileless innocence of his can bird you can fetch -eres
democratic soul the American took this "All right. We'll bring one.
to mean that frock coat and shiny sailors When they got abotird they
shoes would be called for. ri.-ed up an Alerican eagle. After
He was in the act of looking over his their own manner. they painted, trim
best outfit of that nature when a more med. spliced and reefed fore and aft.
experienced friend called and caught transforing the eagle to a cock. When
him in the act. The friend made haste ready they went ashore to pit their
to inform the misguided Yankee 'that new American gamecock against all
levee dress involved silk stockings, England.
ruffied sleeves, black sword and other At the pit the sailors chucked In
Items. their cock, whch looked around for
Consternation ensued. It continued other surprises as he backI close to
to ensue when owing to his height and the wall.
girth no borrowable suit was discov- "Now, bring on your birds:" yelled
ered and no tailor could be found who the sailors. A strutting cock was
would'make one before the next after- thrown into the pit and Was another
noon. At last a stage levee dress was surprise to the poor dismantled eagle.
rented from His Majesty's theater, He backed up closer and closer to the
where it had done duty in "The Last wall. wondering what would happen
of the Dandies." next. The cock walked three times
After the levee was over the Ameri- majestically around the circle, cufing
can confessed that he hardly .knew at his strange opponent, the eagle piti
what had happened. When he reached ably abashed and bedrabbled, crouch
the palace he was first surrounded by iug lower and lower and looking
the yeomen of the guard, who started around and above him for an explana
him upstairs with great- dispatch. In tion of what i: ill macant. while the
the course of his progress upstairs the crowd were yelling madly for the
yeomn diappered andhe fundEnglish fighter. The eagle made him
yeomen disappeared, and he found Z5 4
himself in a lane of tin plated life self smaller and smaller. but at last,
guardsmen. finding that lie could get back no fur
Again the scene changed, says Town ther and thinking that something was
and Country, and there was a lane of expected o him. and, as the cock
royal footmen and next a large room dashed at hin again, stretched out his
filld tooverlowig wih ~long claws and took his opponent by
filled to overflowing 'with admirals, el
generals, diplomats, peers. chamber- the neck.
iains, soldiers and sailors of all de Here Wistler enided with an imita
grees of &ommissioned rank and a tion by motions of what the eagle did.
great host of men attired like himself He stretched out Lis arm. shaped his
in levee dress. One by one they were hand le a claw,-whlch by this time
singled out and ushered into -the royal looked like a real one, drew it to his
presence in the adjoining room. where mouth and with one bite pulled of
stood the king surrounded by his suit. the head as he thought an eagle might
The work of presentation was so do It Then he looked blandly about
rapid that the American found himself the room, as the eagle had done, at the
out and in another room before he astonished crowd and said, "Now bring
knew what had happened. His over- on your otber birds."-otto Bacher in
coat was on his back in the same Century.
rapid, mysterious fashion. and the - - -
next thing he knew he was outside in A Fortunate Man.
the courtyard. But he was actually 1r. E. W. Goodioe, of 107 St. LouiE"
"presented" and is now forever Ho.f St Dallas, Tex. says: "in the pas
fahig, or eligible for presentation at yearI have become acquainted witi
any court in the world. provided he be Dr. King's New Life Pills, and no lax
haves himself. ative I ever before tried so etlectu&ll3
All this was preliminary to the pres- disposes of malaria and biliousness.'
entation of the man's wife and daugli- They dont grind orgripe. 25c. at Tt
ter at the drawing room. Men are pre- Arant Co. Drug Store.
sented at the king's levees, and the
women undergo the same ordeal at the JOYS OF LIFE IN HAWAII.
courts or draone roomso which are
bthemr owner ofnctiompiot
ever tlme'a d.-wug oomiseeldaevotant Prbmecnco. o
,~10&OO isspen bythepeope wio oaBrds tare evenwhran bird Hre."
Scourt Thei musc 'ill tn," qivering camir.One
one ut averyold abitu of he Cwnder why we ado see. all' lik inei
cour-an the sh is eve belw birdie w hr e ple seems to trwtin
rank f a ountss-wuld reamofhot beorane. inang, langud dam
apparngatcortina osum t a n deirdyoh anftcter.
tanc. I Itwer no fo th d.'wng "Ailln mosuto, W e'l rn one. flain the
roos +~e arg flriss culdnotex st. lor. then thryI gth gbardn thas
Ever woan ho s prsened oescaer o maneyor, acqu aintede andm
atleat apoun, ad sme o thma ed.h hspces, with ereee boead veaft,
wort tentime tha sum The th r asfoi wthe pales a flowers ahnd
aretheboomakrs nd he osirs fradyshey wet tablsor tohis tham
themilinrs o onsde, t sy nh ne mo eican ga ecockae aainstdile
of te peple ho lnd crriaes, t the wear traer Itais chcee tha
500 people ontheipresentaionilist.oOfdiousoclimate
thes evry othe's augter as er- the lsurrie th ad lse aso
tame an L~don cort potoraper "theyar bringso four eincds"evant
St. ames par onthe ightof hrowcn alway te had. Ind a, anohern
drawng rom i filed wthLndon proble cupse and closr to the ue
erswhowaner p ad dwn he ou-wiet wheocksu litlked antyee tis
ble line of cariagescstallerinutdetmaicirandeofcplenty
peerngntothewinowsandcrii ng Eoerod semser tae leeaily.
g he cstums o the matons and rToffice andoabover eimrfor and noplana
Slgitmat prvilge f te ppulce tiona baons heir aitall oeat rihly in
conidethseaitngforpreenttiorostd, drwer thein divdeds and the
as jets f iterstandtheeterstf mlfer and requirer, but spen them,
latte haveto si, soe of hemnoer nW stopat he omet ba our fur
an hor, sbjectd tothe gzeo hLou bnalod thnking theatuehingcwas
don' ciizes. ou se hlf do e xpet.Oe e ofhe rand. a s ec
hopirlfltteingther nsesaganstashe at n parlor, stretd out w inos
the indw ofa mtorrouham ndond crees. fn ook whisooet thycal yo
abou th drss f mlad an he NueroWhstlrm on'ec with ita
daugherinidethion ion oo f benwhvrnaat the gedd
"Aint sh beotifu, May An?'Ho otretcd ot huse am. thaed then
"Wo do yo thnk f tis n? l dn'tan seprae buldin,whouh connecsted
lik 'e gwn t al, byaloofed eranal he dre t ohin
AU tis hs tobe brne ith mpar- her ae cott e btmeplvedof
tan orttud solongas her Isno.The batd s hewnhout of eaglid stone,
rowdism stangeto ay, her wit The shoe aoke. Seant areu
A god may poplestavetem-houe. om The holei fact doneat the
selve formontssothatthey andmsone cow an od souther "Nobrng
enabe thm t go o cort.Ther ar yutir ooft hbrd." oe spadring
come up' fr a dra~inroom. an Ane t portntetn ranchs h
enerfly tey hae infuentSltan children, anTle. ones,:oo e.njythea
wealhy riens o mke i eay f r. wings new hamock Pis an atos-a
them Inthe mater ofkdgiaginvtow p evbfrewhlus trie slop.A e itl
and endthe thir hrse. crrigeshee dot ringhtriessd. he athn
psiled for them tongo. eerean teem rp acigtemo ieoto
tomena tradition thati samoda' agh the sew unrtadwhteH
hey a tor a ms-cesfunctarions. wIllt
fspally but teaggration neve dieaymrkblhatc'
and0s,.0p-oplessent theeles and en
-puote butl ark ond theabitue and thasooebe e srtdi
court--antdettownsof Fedora.r'below- the
appearsiin bedoentirely disabledtwit
sh Had er thre thefore. heorhhe f hilngtndtrot
of fhowered thoe wakinego astic Ipor- osfiedt ep e n alhp
rro ver+40 arearists oncoun oft hdfldehnIist.tai r
sorer woman reisedevr issnd oeats igsNwDsovr.Te ntn
amedt unih I triqet, Bwhoes vauec reifcm.Tecosigso es
ale:ast hund aed ome oem andred:tebedn iiihdrpdy
andt tae tmes athapp sm."hentese ntre eksIws bet ot
areohe Goarrett s and Nothe Mis N. c ok"Gaate uefrcuh
'the Aralner Co coder toe say Conothing.Trabttefre
Sbppose thgs Dyetilo T~eiate bore.- mgin owiet h
abou peednthe renaltion Alicn. Of desr Wa bu?
theseoutvtre qualitysofathetwater. It's
Garrickotoriped tooinhrogucsdsrcfl hI eetdadsi
tmand Loes, urt h otiecogahrs fao fcfe nihsmrig"
Wr ooisfor tei Costion. Lefrices.Usal
ersewho Hneyu and Tat'wn the beou-h
tble. of carrage talle it h ued mallhe nyhr we h a
speein in the idos sand~. criticis-Ll
neve thearostumes onte. usirn Foled.
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k-REAL PIRA E ISLANDI .n. and Customs That Strike an
American as Peculiar.
it is not the play or the acting or the
It Was Once the Stronghold of applause that attracts and holds the
attention of the Anwrican who is at
Morgan, the Buccaneer. tending for the nestime a rarisian
openin. It is the a;)udienee. In the
A TINY COUNTRY TO ITSELF. first paine. tie edIini-ninince (f mieu
in the best orchestra seats will provoke
a question which brings forth the in
Old Providence, an Uncanny Spot in formation that in the majority of the
the Caribbean Sea, and the Lawless, better class theaters in Paris the first
tecarean Surdeaus andw Tht Law three rows of the orchestra are sold
Reckless, Murderous Crew That NOW almost exclusively to men, and, as far
Claim It as Ther Own. as it is possible, the box otflice favors
Sailing upon that almost unknown men for the body of the house. princi
w:iCh eilblbs and flows upon the pally because they do not wear hats
:squiito (oast. the line of the horizon and do not therefore obstruct the view
is bntsken' by two faint points. As the of those sitting behind. Before the
vessel apiroaches nearer a strange curtain goes up the stranger glances
gight meets the vision. The points about and is surprised to discover jew
have become two jaws looming against els and gowns decollete in the highest
the clearness of the sky and water. It balconies, the part of the theater
is as if an enormous mouth had been known in America as "peanut heav
suddenly thrust out of the sea with en." Both men and women, dressed
distended jaws pointed skyward. as for a grand ball, are perched away
Truly the sight is uncanny, but the up at least three flights of stairs. and
jaws mark an uncanny spot in the during entr'actes they come down and
Caribbean. Once these waters were promenade with the others and visit
not so deserted by man. *Upon their their friends, and few are the wiser
bosom passed stately galleons, the as to the location of their seats. The
plate ships loaded with treasure from very fact of being present at an Im
the new Spain. When their captains I portant opening is enough to give a
saw those black jaws they may have certain social precedence, even though
said an Ave as, altering their course, they sat on the rafters or clung to the
they sailed away from them. for this chandeliers.
bit of dry spot in the ocean was then Another feature which attracts the
known, as it is today, as a pirate is- A merican is that durin the entractes
land. the men who do not join the prom
Old Providence. as the map maker enade stand up and don their hats the
calls it, is in truth a dot on the waters. moment the curtain is down, and they
Not over four miles from end to end spend the entire twenty or twenty-five
in its longest direction and half as minutes inspecting their neighbors
much in -width, a good walker can en- through opera glasses. There is much
circle it by the little coast path the na- activity in the balconies and in the
Stives call a highway In half a day. The boxes, caused by the social calls which
human beings who call it home are are being exchanged. In the orchestra
confined to its outer edge. for the sub- rows and family circles the men and
c the women stand up. and opera glasses
marine volcano which at some time in r ul
the past ages gave birth to Old Provi- are used freely by both, and many lit
dene i on ofitsconulsons tope tie flirtations are enjoyed between
dence in one of its convulsions, topped those in the balconies, or loges, and
it off with a miniature mountain range those on the first floor.
stretching above the center of the is
I It is not considered rude to level
land. It Is one of these mountains that glasses at any one, whether within a
forms the black gapin jaws so plainly few feet or up in the balcony, but it is
seen Iong before the graceful cocovnut rather considered a compliment to the
palms marking the shore line are visi- face or more often the shoulder that
ble. In a. whimsical display of its attracts such close inspection. It Is
power the volcano cut a great wedge true that the French are famed for
in one of the peaks-a wedge fully a th p he maner ut ts u
hundred feet across at the top and their polished manner, but It Is equally
tapering to a score or so at the bottom. true that in the eyes of an American
Today, as centuries ago, Old Provi- the roughest cowboy possesses a bet
dence is a tiny country to itself. Far ter appreciation of refinement than the
out of the modern ocean highway, In dapperest member of the French no
one of the least frequented parts of the bility, and especially is this noticeable
onribeaf the steuentedipa of tn in a theater.-Harriet Quimby in Les
Caribbean, the steamship or sailingle'Weky
ship has no occasion to pass near it lie's Weekly.
unless driven there by storm. There is - .
no postoffice, for the reason that there
Is no mail service. True, it is. claimed red Herhaes of the Lung.
by some country just as every point "Several years since my lungs were
that sticks out of the sea is claimed. so badly affected that I bad many hem
Colombia calls Old Providence a part orrhages," writesA. 2. Ake, of Wood.
of its republic, but not a man lives Id. "I took treatment with several
upon it to act as governor, judge or physicians without any benefit. T then
eve agnt.So ts eope U11,2 sealstarted to take Foley's Honey and Tar,
even agent. So its people kill, stealsound as a
and commit other crimes utterly re- bullet. I recommend it in advance
gardless of any authority save force stages of lung trouble." Foley's Honey
and the little influence of the solitary and Tar stops the cough and heals the
white man who has cast his lot among lungs, and prevents serious results
them. fromacold. Refuse-substitutes. The
St.Cale i the old das, was ofetheng- Cgs
yeas he lod ohsfllwerh s evera THEar BRITIS mylNAsVwer
befre he rceootr aild ito Ind. The shipk traell tc whseveral
crimnalhethoghttoodaneros ysicuians beithog aroacede. Ite
defate th garisn h plcedas satdt thelae inoeshiot engar
guadsof iscapivs 00 fhescn-and officer, alloe towea as sod.a
ics, elesedon her pomie t bon lFoth miute shpcommt issadvnce
has andlitralyhmandres o totgesda of payingroube. toee's alway
newSpan. gai th Spniads ap-and oficr sops wth dayg and night wth:
Str. Ctheine, anditurnedmocinoaouly trisin
pena oonyuntl Mogans fag A rng Co. alway Stored ihhe
aied inbthe old inays, ad the strog
orit ofessiornn. Sirney thnPrswte5eoebig0evdott
moaso the hoodo have flloers upnihas en arn ficr n et
havoe te fresendates ofle t wite
h taror ther Spanict alierno and CoteA tayim ofhedyrngta
back wodmaen ito wnt island fromtemnisecalduon forduyf
est ondte onl~ran. Whe Mog necsay ev og nsoeie
heated the therisandher slaced ardda rvlg n o ih
bloods of Enish Irpiesh and oths buc nofieon-odatacutata
aultrlaed wihttof th roe ego Toj sli n.tetbeointoadhm
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ae degnerAadin mind pntid thcap- fheicqitd
mjrit themn ard lundittbtr ntoha
easts Murder uni comon's theft wast I e r' wlRsarns
rie: abig is unknwn . Onuglye h alsta ppa ob ee
therfear possessionerdee any t ed ntefsinbeFfhaeu
Most of the cwhoat hae trded upor byteproiths amsapa
ohi engliur descears, ofnthes anw nthhitehc h wie tikn
otaws. deatheifr conyicth alisland matrh onsiexpce."W aet
beackewomene wo awren ebauch, puthetblsototer ho
which Ins o mrgn's soieswitntepulc"oeo.teha atr
Tthe arou o f thaner bucns tolheeote,"stee r eti
afertho ctr of EnlsIi andr coc, but r arn hmw ol o fodt
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dayrfullyr,00 n prberyond livupn ths a h alsfrsmbd.Te
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bats. mrover e coditon;o thes pno-thetbewstkn uhttepr
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andideparted, for is thrne tslad the
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andc bringrs o charm storieso wrttnfrorath.Ifhepinsnt
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stepedupo th sagetha thmate indigeti by taknhoe dyor nihtat
wasfaily etted Th otershad mhn needed. alen rla y afe
guesed.Newon rovd, nd o Nw-nea ey. toeantogod suhoren the
on nquetionbly elons th hig soicer's sword t ao diourt matiae
hono of avin shwn u thet is food an preen tabermeonttiowardhich
mechnis oftheheaensNe Yok ei the enters of heartur findingoif
Aniericnstaurantsol and guayraneedycuiD.
WMr. Jon is epC. "W haet
The Word "Widow." Cures Biliousness, Sick
As a word "widow" is most inter- Headache, Sour Stom
esting. Max Mueller traced it back
through thousands of years with hard- ach, Torpid Liver and
ly any change of form or meaning.
"The word at its original formation
meant simply a woman left without a Pleasant to take
man, just as it does today, and It has
remained ail these ages materially un
changed both in sound and meaning."
A thousand years ago the Anglo-Saxons
used the word in England and north
Germany. The Meso-Goths and, earlier ant,
than they the Latin people knew it
centuries before the Anglo-Saxons. and
the Sanskrit records show that a thou- PERFECT FIll lIG
sand years before Latin was written
the same word was spoken on theft1 l T' TYc
slopes of the Himalayas. I L i E S
Seminent Divine once preached aL ND
sermon from this text: COn buildinn We have the best equipped Tailor
and builders." He talked of the World's i Pg Establishment to the State.
Great arhitects, artists, authors, paint- We handle
ers, sculptors, etc. He said that ever
one,' no matter how low his station in '
life, who left the world better than he
found it, was a builder, that he whoHim
digGed a ditch well built for the world's
betterment. He might truthfully added solely and we carry the best line of
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Cor. King & Wentworth Sts.,
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Man's Precious Rib.
A young lady having asked a sur
geon why woman was made from the
rib of a man in preference to another e3aJ &Son
'bone, he. gave her the following gallant
"She was not taken from the head
lest she should rule, nor from his feet
lest he should trample upon her, but
she was taken from his side that she CIO
might be his equal; from under his c'
arm, that he might protect her; from
near his heart, that lie might cherish =
and love her."-Houston Chronicle.
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Do nothing in a hurry. Nature never
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leep over it But, above all, never
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Take time. However vexed you may Window
be overnight, things will often look dif
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written a clever and conclusive but Undertaking.
scathing letter, keep it back till the
next day, and It will very often never
go at all.-Lord Avebury.
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ning, on heAN0thGay of Ma
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day of Ma, A.NNIN107 S- C.
Jude o Pobae.I * cildfMANNIN, Sar. C. olae
Cleanses the syst
thoroughly and c
*xatv e pimples and
The Arant Co. Drug Store.
The splendid values'we are offering you should induce yon twequip your
farms with the most up-to-date plows and implements. Our stock of Turn Plows
is without doubt the best ever brought to this market, both in.Valueand.variety
We will be glad to have you inspect them. We have -all the various ki'nds of
Guano Distributors and Cotton Planters usually carried and' are oferg you
for the second season the Cole Cotton and Corn Planter, The SoutherCnltva
tor. a farm journal published in Atlanta, Ga., most highly recommendsthis
planter for both cotton and corn, and parties to whom we sold in. 'ourcoumty
last season are loud in their praise of this machine, aside -from. the splendidare
sults to be obtained by the use of this machine in.piantingt iswel'made o
the best steel and casting and will last for many years. We witt cheerfully fiirn
ish names of purchasers last season for reference.
We continue to sell lots of mill supplies. We always have in stock -such
fittings as are most wanted and can start you up in short order. We cut pipe up
to two inches. We have lately added to our stock Circular Saw Teeth forin
serted tooth saws. We carry in stock the best quality of Lace Leather, Rser
Packing, Sheet Packing, Babbit Metal, and Lubricating Oil. All at-the lowest
PAINT YOUR HOUSE.
It will-improve your property more than any other .investment. A-thousaad
dollar house well painted looks far morejattractive than one many timesits value
not painted. We have the very best grades of paint at prices that will itees
We have most beautiful Floor Stains. Let us induceyon to stain e elo
of one room and note how much easier it is to keep clean thanthe others It
will be only a question of time when-all your floors will be stained. 'looraints
and stains are mixed and ready for use. You lave-only to brush the pain
the clean floor and the work'is done. Idries quickly..
The splendid values. we are.ndw offering i 0..K. Cook Stoves cotiuines
to bring us customers. There is nothing.like O.;K. Cook Stoves made for'the
same monev' The handsome appearance,.'the splendid :workmansjhip &iplayed
in their make-up, the fine quality of the iron- Lusd-iteastifgs all
make the 0. K. Cook Stove what it is, the best Cook ;Stove ever e
Very Lrly yours
ALCOLU - RAEI R- Au1r
*Effectiv6 May'1st, 1906. - r
NORTHEAST.-READ DOWN. - I -
No.1. No.3. No.5. 2SATO S
A. M P. TkL -
200 -7 45 0 Lv......... .Alou Ar 5 -
205 750 ........ 2 ............Mc eOd - -
2 15 .8'00 *........ 5 .;........a..... Harby*. -
220 805 ........ 7 ............D an. .
245 830 ........ 12 .. . -Srdiia 13 7
255 840 ...... 14.. ....... --* -- - - -
3 00 845 . 15 ........... - . ..... - ..- - -. G '
315 900 ........ 17 .--...- - - -
400 9 45. 21 ............Hudson. -
430 1015 ..... 25 Ar.........-- enah-.
M. P. Mi.
All -stations except Beulah and Alcolu gstat tZ n a U
Tuee-days, No. L. a TorasN -t.snd No. .
Wednesdays, No.2 and No. 3.
I. P. ALDERMAN.
2iinSleing n &-.os f
For rates, schedule, maps or any infonn '
tion, write to
WK'4 J. CRAIG,
enceral Passenger gent,
%JOB WORK i
TO THE TINES OFFICE
I Summerton, S. C. . - -.
CAPITAL STOCK - $25.000 0
SURLUS- -- -- -8,0000~
STOCKHOLDERS' - V .
LIABILITIES --- - 25,000 00
$58,000 00i - ~ ~
SAVINGS DEPARMhTNT ~ ~
We pay interest at the rate of ~ ~ eg
4 Per Cent. ~~
o- *- 0
per annum, compounding same o -
quaterly. o I -* o *
RICHARD B. SMYTH, 5 A~
J OH'NVW. LESESN~E, AAAL1AALAAAAAh1&~IM
Notice of Discharge. . IMoney to Loans
Iwill apply to the yudge o rbt
for Clarendon County on the 29th da
of June, 1907, for letters of dicages I'rm
as guardian for Samuel W. Barron, APYT
Frank E. B3arron, William R Barron,
and B. Pressley Barron, former minors. C A LO U A T
ARCHIE I. BARRON, _________
Manning. L. C.. May 20. 1907. -.'
Uakeis Kidnays and Bade Riglt Woodmen of the World.
Meets on fonrth' Monday nights at..
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure 3:30.
Di:est wh.a+ you at. Visitinst Sovemeigns niu