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you can get what you like and will like
what you get. When you cast your eye on
this list it's pretty sure you'll find some
thing you'll need to day or tomorrow:
Fine Dress Suits,
Dress Goods, Notions,
Rain Coats, Hosiery,
Shoes, Hats, Shirts,
all ready here for Ladies' Men. Youths' and
BU6GIES. WA6ONS. HARNESS.
Lime. Cement.Acme Wall Plaster. Shingles.
Laths. Fire Brick. Clay. Stove Flue
Drain Pipe. &c.
HAY AND 6RAIN.
Oats, Wheat, Rve, and Barley. A carload or a single
article. Come and see us, if unable to do. write or
'phone No. 10.
BOOTHwHARBY LIVE STOCK CO.
SUMTER. S. C.
An Early Georgia Monster. The Intelligent Mule.
In the fore part of August. 1S14 a "some people think mules haven't
party of hunters found in a mountatn- much intelligence. but I know tth y
ous reirion now known as Rabun coun- have." was the way a commerial trav
ty. Ga,. a being nearly eight feet high eler interrupted a story teller. Now.
covered with bluish hair and having a take the town I come from. While I
buman face adorned with immense was home on a visit last year the place
ears resembling those of an ass. The was all wrought up over the systemat
creature was stone deaf and on that Ic stealing of Ciowers from the graves
account seemed wholly unconscious of in our leading cemetery. The thing
the approach of the men. This mon- had been going on some time. and the
ster seems. from all accounts, to have people were shocked, of course. Final
been seen upon several occasions dur. ly a guard was posted and the thief
Ing the next four years. In 1816 a eaptur-4 and the thief was a mule.
number of adventurers from Virginia. "Ilt didn't take long to get at all the
most of them surveyors working up facts. it seems that a certain woman
heunexplored portions of Georgia living near the cemetery had held up
and the Carolinas. formed themselves the mule's owner. who was beating the
into a party for the express purpose nia. prosecuted him for cruelty.
et capturing the uncanny being If pos then bought the mule and turned it
alie. They scoured the hills and val- out to pasture. The tuule was so grate
leys for several days and at last re- ful to the woman that every night it
turned unsuecefuil to the starting 'ould jump the pature fece .o int
hemany tales told of this extraor- bunch of flowers it could find, carry
naryZ beIng seem to have created them to the woman's house and de
quite a stir all along the Atlantic coast. posit them on the front stcop. where
A printed circular issued by a land she 'would find them in the morning.
company in 1815 says. -The climate of Sow, when you talk of intelligence in
Georgia is exceedin~gly' mild, the soil ails-ih adtemnwo
productive. andi the danger of attack "odngh. - adtemnwo
from uncouth beasts which are repre- the commercial traveler had Interrupt
uented as being half beast and half ed--ew York (inbe.
man are fairy tales not worthy of con
seron"-Exchange. Tall Te Top Hat.
Tlhts''pearkin up like the spire
altade It Quite Clear. of a steeple a Quarter of a yard above
The engineers of a party Iu ihe tield the crowne." as a sixteenth century
were continually :annoye'd by the curi- writer describes them., were known hI
oslty of the farmer folk inl tihe country ,the time of Elizabeth. and the Purl
round. Each and every day t ihein prog- tans affected them until they merged
ress was biocked by. sotne Inquiring Into the old fashioned beavers of our
soul who would have liked to spend igreat-grandfathers' days. Top hats of
the forenaoon acquiring answers to isilk appeared first in Florence about
questions of why and whither and 1500. and twventy years later silk hats
how far and what for. reates the New Iwith felt bodies were introduced into
York Sunt. At lasr a serious faced ; England. About 1S40 the French slk
young man took an interested bucoilic hat was placed on the market and at
graybeard one side and explained mat- once adopted in the familiar 'chimney
ters.pot" shape. There were severali var:
"Now." said he, **'m tellirng this to! etles of it, such as the Wellington hat.
you, and 1 don't want It to go any fur- with the yeoman crown; the Anglesca
ther. We have discovered that the Ihat, bell shaped at the i;.p. and tbe
earth is a parabolic hexoid, and the DyOrsay hat. with ribbed silk binding
ordinates and co-ordinates do not quite and a big bow. The color also varied.
tally by a foot or perhaps by fourteen Thus the Ea-'rl of Hlarrington started at
Iaches The place where the gap comes craze for greeni top hats by wearingt
has been located in that field just one in his garden with the idea of no't
ahead of us. We don't want it men-~ frightening the birds. [He also tested
tioned, but we are getting ready to his silk hats by standing upon them.
blow up the spot and make an incision The top hat, however, was never so
before beginning the operation of join- favored by any great personag" as to
ing the two." account for its general adoption.-Loni
-The engineers finished their labors In don Answers.
gaee and solitude.
Heard In a Restaurant.
Exaggerated Crueltyr. "Say, waiter. I'm in a hurry. What
A well known gentleman took horse can you give me for breakfast?'
exercise daily, accompanied by a tag- "Can't give yer nothin'. but yer kin
ni$cent bloodhoand, until he conceived! git ham an' eggs for a quarter."
an enthus'iasm for cycling, when he "Well, give mct two poached eggs on
altered the program by leaving thetos.
bloodhownd at home and taking as his Calling. -'Adam and Eve on a raft."
coapanion a fine dachshund- "And, say. waiter. by the way, have
The pair were passing through a the eggs turned."
tillage recently when a laboring youth Calling again. -"Wreck 'em:"
remarked to his "pal:' --Oh, say. w.aiter. how long wi!l my
"If 01 wor prolme minister Oldput omelet bes"
astop? ueried 'ere icyc.lin'd ies. 'About eight inches, I gues
a stop ueied the bother.n b-'n~ Walter. wydont you put a button
os t ut erbe stopped. if only an that apron?"
for th' sake o' that dog as is a-puffin'' "Asked the old woman to sew a but
along behind theer," rejoIned the irst! ton on last uight. She couldn't find
speaker. "It ain't sport; it's cruelty one so she sewed up the buttonhole."
t hanimalIs." "See here, waiter, don't take that
His companion disagreed and staid plate away with the apple peeling on
he thought the dog benenited by the I believe the peel is just as wholesome
exercise. as the fruit and, In fact. conta-ins more
"'Exercse"' retorted the othe- scoru- nutriment. The very Idea!"
fully. "D'ye call that exert-ise? You ;"-Well. why: dont you live on pine
ever' saw that dog afore 'is master apple skins?"-Cincinnlati Commerciali
started bl:;in', dhl yery' Triune.
"No, I didn't."
"Well." said the youth. '"'e won one
o' th' finest bloodhounds you it-er clap'-t-c a-an
ped heyes on, an' wot's 'e nowv? 'is Ae'I!wn~nrcnl -trd:i
body's tiwindled away to nowt. wh!le; I~4!i! .z'':e~ so- oI~ 1
'IS legs Is worn clean darn to th' es..i%. hoiga ~i.s.
stumps. O1 repeat. it's cruelty ter han- a'~t h r~
imals."-London Bystander. ve i..swaileuwtr
_____________"-'nd how~ much:l are they- witho~ut
-! like your nerve:" gasped the beau-~11. ~edtetaeme.wo~a
tiMu girl, struggling against the lin- d ~ ~ ,~alh (tl
evitable. yo 'ytxleottilcz:.'
"And I lke your cheek:" chuackled tecsYqeidtewmn
the young man as he continued the -ra ' l.Tecs swrhT'
osclatory exercise.-Phiiadelphia Rec
ord. Loeta Wiete ve i"rp"
In a Big Hurry. 'ecs o iew~hIl:v ot
oulnham-I believe in taking time byI-~ ai~g ~?'ladd'e -
the forelock. Mrs. Denham-I notke
that you tear a sheet off the calendarpecadmrhd 1'wttl.".
before the month in cver-New Yo'rk~e aebfr h :t:ihdsc ;ka;
dermd i:ed to iet all becul'd'.lM:
-->Porel ae f wpec o
I I Lk CALa wi
The Monkey and th- Pic.
an Indian faer had a monkey that
he had bro'ught up frnm b:::byhood,
says an English writer. The pair were
fast friend.. the monkey hering a faith
fnl attend'int ti hi :nmasier and as
good as a wachd::. in d:iy the 1
faker mad- a pie for di:;ier anda heft<
it to eot'k o 4n a charon! nre while he
,vent for a : l.k .s the eoski:; pro-t
ecetodel Ihe Sa' ry ' sme4o'l% w:ts too mu1h 1
Ieo the" n:.cy'. It rai'set the crust i
and t:'tste the hicken. Findin: the
fouodsry t::'. It :t inmore and more
it il :..:h~i:g nli? the ortist remt ined.
T it' o o r:onml~ored it4 mnaster. who
wouil sh.,r:y rt:nn u gnry and ready I
to enjoy Ois men;'t \\'hat waS to 1oe
done':e T!'~e lh:1rp *y e oft monkey
detected -..n:w mrows not far away. so
without : of timfe it lay down "o
the -round :i' ff dend. ly :a tud by a
crow enm :z!. : ::wi-eda h
monkey. which sei7td the birol in a
twinklin;:. stringled it. stripped off the
feathers. placed it in pieces in the
dish. covered it over with th' crust
and then con nwtliy awnited the re
turn of the faker. to whoi the wholeI
Incident as rel!nted by :n evewitnes.
Left Handed Vituperatives.
Most counties in En::!and h::ve their
idiomatic expressis to denote left
handedness, and they are oft1 pre
tixed to the unfortuitlie let handed
child's name. In Lomal-n the term is
kick handed. the word bein - aso
equivalent to awkward. In Lan.
shire it Is k-pawed. in Yo-rkshire ;;ai
lock or gawk haind-d. ani expre'5s-sion
dating back to at iast lie seventeenth
century. In I'rbyshire are used the 4
terUs kez hand'ed. c-ork handed nd
corky handed. while in the Teesdalo
district cuddy i.l uled is omn n :0m1
in Not tin::ham ishire walle' handed.
In the soutl of Enz!and special
terms to denote left haindednssare
aso fourd. In Dorset i: is sramne
handed an! in Devoonshire coohy
handed. In Scotland we nd gawk
handed and in the west cawry handed
In Ireland a left handed mr;an is enlfed
a k Tthogue. Tim fealy used this word
In a speech at East Wicklow. in which
he said that Mr. O'Kelly could ti'hr
with his left handi and had already
given his opponent some *'kIZhorues
I that would spoil his political beauty
during the contze-st.-London Chronicle.
Stung For 15 Years
by ndiestion's pauVs-trying many
doctors and $tX) worth of medicine in
I ain. 1. F. .\%cue. of In-leiec. N. C..
at las u~'d Dr. King's New Life I'i.
and wizte;t- tey whollv cured him. The
cure Constipation. ilhousn.-a. Sick
Headachv. Stomach. Liver. Kidney' ant
liowel troub.es. 2.c- at all drugists.
The grratest danger of a high ascent
in a balloon is concerned with the
changing densIty of the atmosphere
On the ground the atmosphere presses
on the balloen with a weight of about
fifteen pounds for every sq-:are inch
of Its surface. As the balloon rises.
however. the air grows thinner and
Its pressure lecomes in conseqouence
less and less. As the pressure of the
outside a:mosphere decrevses the bal
loon expands, and if the ascension Is
made too rapidly or without sutlicient
care the gas itnside the silk e'nvelope
will expanud until tbe balloon bursts.
But the bursting of a lballoon in mid
air Is by no means nec-essarily a fatal
catastrophe. E-very balloon Is provid-.
ed with a "rippbing cord" which. who'n
pulled, cuts a long rent in the envelope
out of which the gas speedily escapes.
The silk bag Is then carried by the air
into the upper portion of the nettIng.
where in the majority of cases t
forms a parachute and brings every
thIng safey to earth.
Mir. Faxon was the' oldest patron of
the "select boarding house" In wbich
e lived, and his landlady sometimes
referred people to him for a recem
mendation of her table. 'fis wish was
to praise the food higiny, as he could
conscIentously do. but one day he
overstepped his mark.
"I'm dyspeptic. sir." said a man who
had gone to Mir. l-'axon to make in
quiies abeut the boarding house. "and
my food has to be simple and well
cooked-no high seasoning. nto indigest-:
Mr. Faxon looked at him witha
bland and reassuring smile.
"My dear sir." he said in hIs most
ipressive manner. "you need have no
fears. All I have eatcn in the te.
years I havi. been under Mirs. Brown's
roof would not interfere with the di
geston of the most delicate baby. sr
in the land."
The above i', the name" of a ormian
chemical. whien: ioe oft the many va
Iuale nreensoof Foley's hidn :
a uthoities as a urie acid oilvenit and I
aut;eptic for the urine. Tak~e F~oiey'
Kidney Itemetdy as son aS you notc
ayirularitwes and av'oid a Serijous
lmalady. W\ i'.. 1;rown \ C(.
Thes Speed of Light.
atong a:! mov ing things that have
been meiasured. It travels alt the rate
of 32.028.800 yards ai second. Tihis is
faster thant thinking. even boy the moist
quick witted poerso:. l.et any reaider
try to think the simnplest thought aund
then with the aid oof at Stop watch
xoe how I~ng it has taken him to
think it. 1>- will t:len b-e able to un
derstand how slowv his mnentaol opera
tions are compaired to the :-peed of
light. __ _ _ _ _ _ _
In Old Bohemia.
.0 would like to uteet soine of the
picturesque long haired knights of the
pe and pa~ette." .saidl the~ uisop~histi
cated stranger. "it is wvorth a dollar
to meet a reai bohemnian."
-Don't worry about Its being worth
it." hastened the guide. "'Just as soon
as you mecet a real bohemian he'll ask
you to loan him one."-Chicago News.
A Bit of a Bull.
The followving entry was discov'ered
the other day In the complain: book
o a Melbourne club. which nu:nbe'rs
several Irishmen amton:: its members:
"The hot water in the lavatoory today
was quite cold, and there was none
It was in the handwriting of a well
A Polceman's Testimony.
.1. N. I 'ate'ron. ni2'ht pooli'oman: of
Nana. Iowa. write,: ''l~as w interi
had . had eiid o~n myo :ungs andI :r:ied 'it
lea- a lozo.n adlve'rt iood coug h medoli
ine'. aLno hadi tr'a' mn': Irom: tw pn 0
i c ians w ihout *.-: tin. any beneie '. -
rh :d r'oecommeded :. ot -'.5 1 ioner an
Tar nd 'woo-th irol. of a hoo:t.e c'ured mt.-.
oo:i.!:oer it th - .reates roughi :aoi
l ong m.- iin o nx . old " W .
"The body is a manufactory." said
doctor recently. "Tt has to manufac
ure bone and loood and muscle and
>rain out of bread and butter. eggs.
,eef and milk. and a wonderful proc
.ss it is. Now. the :irst part of the
trocess takes place in the mouth. and.
s in most factories. the first is the
nost Important If a wrong start is
nade. everything that follows Is put
vronz. If the food isn't well mas
icated and mixed with the saliva. the
;tomach. the liver and the intestines
re thrown out of gear: consequent
y most of the more advanced doctors
re paying a great deal of attention to
he condition of the!r patients' teetb.
['hey know. to Zarble Shakespeare a
that ".good digestion waits on tmas
.Iion. ad health on both."-Ncw
How Letters Strike Our Eyes.
Ioman letters of various sizes are
ommonly called in request by ocu
ists in testin;: visio 1tecent expert
neats show great differences in the
ase with which the varius letters are
-ecognized by the same lrson. T is
!specially ditticult of recognition and
s apt to be mistaken for Y. By a sim
lar optical illusion the angle of L is
-ounded off. making the lt:ter re'sem
Ae a reversed J. V is the easiest of
il letters to recognize, and 0 presents
ittle difficulty. K is more easily rec
'gnized than H. which resemtbles it
losely. and both N and Z are easily
-ecoguized. A is easily guessed at
'rom its general form. but is ditficult
>f positive recognition. including dis
Inet perception of the horizontal line.
F and F are among the most difficult
> all letters.
A pompous man went into a drug
;tore early the other morning to buy
t cigar. The only person he found
here was the soda water dispenser.
[e boy was sweeping out the store.
"Sweeping out. eh?" said the man.
Well. that's how I got my start"
The boy looked him over and re
)lid. "Aw. what do you want to dis
ourage me like that for?"
When the man left he was frown
Gentleman (looking for rooms)-Did
ou say a music teacher occupies the
ext apartment? That cannot be very
>!easant. Landlady (eagerlyi - Oh.
bat's nothing. He has eleven chil
ren. and they make so muvb noise
rou can't bear the piano.-Harper's
"My dear. the hired girl has quit."
"Weli. that's all right. Just drop a
Ine to your mother Inviting her to
isit us. She'll do the housework un
I we can get another mald."-New
Out of hIer Reach.
ElsIe-Why Is Clara always se short
f inney? Didn't her father leave
ier a lot? Madge-Yes: but. you see.
he's not to get it till she's thirty. and
he'll never own up to that."-oston
Alone in Saw Mill at Midnight
nmindful of damp'nes-, drafts, storms
r clds. WV. J. A thins worked as night
artchman, at Banner Springs, Tenn.
huch "xposutre gave him a severe cold
htt -e'tld on, his lungs At. la..t he
d to "mive up work. He tried many
ei - but all failed till he used pr.
\ie'sN Dtscovery. "After using
ne botle" he writes. 'I went back to
rork s wel as ever." Severe Colds.
ubborn (ough'.. inflamned Throats and
nre Lungs. Hemorrhages. Cr'ono and
,hooinig tCouizh' get quien: relief and
rop'lt eure from this giorlous~ medi
ine. s0e andi $1 00. Trial bottle free.
~uaranteed. by all druggists.
Lad y P.:::senger's Log.
t wa'. l:."vm: ra.ther hard, and
eta' was a :asty sea ona an hour and
b :i' b'ef'are tIan- ;irst breakfast bugle.
n tilr r :an cant !iner hurried
otng the l.:.ssage~ bet ween the state
oo~tns. :::nd a timidl vice' ('ailed to him:
"4 h. M :'. 0U!5-'r. p1:0:t stoli:"
li turtted :'nd saw :a dear old lady
'ith :: wra::se.tr thar.;wn atround her
ejia;: throe tl :h hr half ol'en door.
-Yes. mua:a~:." said the otticer.
--r. Otti"'r. ialease wvould you call
:his a ::aia':" ::'.!:t'd the old lady ani
'Oh. n". mnttaa: Th-&t's not the
east dant'r. I :tssure yt
-Welcl. is i l :::f g;ale':"
Nt e've: halt a ;tale. and this is
uch ::n eyoe!!eut sea b':at that you
cedn't wotrry a lint." explained the of
Weli, what wvouid you call it.
lease:" s'ahi the hiady. steadying her'
g!f as :!:e' vessel rolled.
"Just a fresh nior'west breeze. mnad
i with a c'ross sea running. IRut.
raliv. the.re's no~t:u to fear."
-Thnk you so' tauch. I just wvan ted
o get it .:uite' ri;;ht in my diary. ycu
no Ne'w York Trirmes.
Foevs Honey and Tar is the best and
at s:t'cough re'.ne'dy for cnildren. At
.he first symptoms of a cold, give as dIi
'cted. :an'i wartd off danger of croup.
>o~chiti=. sore thrnon:. coldi in the heaid
Ld stutiv breathing. It bring, comafor t
md( eas to the litte ones. Contains no
aesor other harmful adrugs. Keep:
Llwats on hand, and refuse substitutes.
S. F.. Brown .x Co.
"Your political antagonist is calling
yu every n.:ame he can think of." said
the agitated friend.
"Ion't intte'rrupt him." answered
Senator Sorghum. "It Is better to have
a man searchingt the dictionary for
epithets than ;toing after your record
for facts."-Wa':shntgton Star.
The Way It Seemed.
"The tongest days of the year are In
June. pa. but wvhen are the shortest?"
"Sometimes in July and sometimes in
August. depending upon when your
nnother takes her vacatiton."-New"
Foresight is very wise, but foresor
row Is very foolish, and castles are at
tany rate better'm than dungeons in the
:air.- Sir Je'ha I.uilsck.
"Yes. I'm anxious to get my daugh
ter 'r olmy hands, I'll adm~t."
"Then why don't you iet her marry
"hat good would that do?"-Cleve
Who would nott have feet set on hit
neck let him not stoop.-Italian Pror
)oe' rino Lmxative is best for w~o
neu'an chmi L ldlren. Its mniid ac'tiojn and
dr t'a~t ta..te 'nake it preferable ta'
Lcoking One's Best.
!:,' a wno::i'. d-.: to look her oce
out pimples. skii erupuions. sores anU
boils rob life of joy. Listez' li3uklen's
.\rnica Salve eure. them: miak-s the
.,kin soft and velvety. It :.:lorities the
face ('ure, Pim.ples. .-re Elves. (old
oe,. (-racked Lp.thp:i ins
Try it. I nfatlL .hr to:- in=. ' a3 t :l
Nell-But how is a girl to know
when she is in love? Belle-I suppoSe
when she thinks as much about a man
as she does about her dressmaker she
may know it.-Pbiladelphia Record.
--What do you think of the view
from the hotel veranodal"
"Magninceut: I can see four heir
esses right from where I sit."-Pitts
Mother-How dared you let him kiss
you? Daughter-1 didn't. mamma. I
told him that if he kissed me he'd
have to do it without my consent.-Ex
"what is your idea of happiness'
"To be able to spend my own money
tutt as if I were going to turn in an
expense account when I got home."
Rank has its bores as well as ple;s
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Wher. Lovers Watched the Corpse.
Most curious of the old time super
stitions of New England was the cus
tom of requiring lovers to watch the
corpse. It associated the hopes of
marriage with the silent vigil. was
poetic and has only disappeared froui
the oldest towns within a generation.
No obligation of the social conscience
was more scrupulously reg-arded than
that a dead body should iiever be left
alone at night. In the earliest days
the solemn watchers were old men and
women. deacons. selectmen. but as the
colonies grew honest lovers with plight
ed troths were frequently selected for
these long vigils.
A Big Birdcage.
A very peculiar institution in the
New York zoo is what is known as
"the flying birdeage." This magnif
cent aviary is the largest of Its kad
in the world. being 55 feet high. 72
feet wide and 150 feet long. Large
oak and other trees grow In this cage.
and the birds live within its wire net
ung bounds in the utmost freedom.
The frame of the cage ie built of Iron
pipes. which are covered over witb
thtn moched netting.
Both on the Line.
"The artist over the way was noast
Ing to mae that his work Is now being
hung on the line."
"Humph' So Is his wlfe's."-Balti
"I would like to guide
suffering women to a sure
cure for female troubles,"
writes Mrs. R. E. Mercer,
of Frozen Camp, W. Va.
"I have found no med
icine eqjual to Cardui. I
had suffered for about
Ifour years. Would have
heada'che for a week at a
time, until I would be
nearly crazy. I took Car
dul and now I never have
the headache any more."'
Take C R U
The Woman's Ton[c
The pains from which
many women suffer every
month are unnecessary.
It's not safe to trust to
strong drugs, right at the
time of the pains.
Better to take Cardui
for a while, before and
Iafter, to strengthen the
sytm and cure the cauise.
sThie is the sensible,
the scientific, the right way.
HONEY ANDTA R
LAXATIVE cough remedy,
Fr conghs, colds, throat and iunig
troubles. No opiates. Non-alcohol ic.
Good for every body. Sold everywhere.
FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR is in
aYelow package. Refuse substitutes.
Prepared only by
Foley & Company, Chilcago.
W. E. BROWN & Co.
REAL ESTATE A6ENTS.
MANNING, S. C.
Should you desire to sell or
p rchase real property let us
negotiate the sale or purchase
for vou. F'air dealings assured.
Dr. King's New Life Pills
The best in the warld.
Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, La Grippe, Asthma, Throat The Gcnuine is in the
and Lung Troubles. Prevents Pneumonia and Consumption YELLOW PACKAGZ
W. E. BROWN & CO.
TaxNotice. WHEN LIFE ENDS
The books for the collection of
taxes will open on October 15t, inst. I
and remain open until Mar h 1.athS
1910. Levies as follows: .,. THE WIFE AND CHILDREN WILL THEN NEED HELP MUCH MORE
'State tax .51 wills: County tax 3!
!Mil!';e C0 ttitiO Ichov tax THAN THEY DO NOW.
;nillVs Court House Bond tax 1 M~il
Couitv Bud tax will: for back l W I 3E- I L M! 30 C- .- I-s I 1
(lebtedL~e~s ; wuill.
Specia tax, :School District No. 1. A POLICY IN THE OLD RELIABLE
Special tax. School District No. :. Hartford Life Insurance Company
Special tax, School District No. Will afford them Maximum Protection at a Minimum Cobt.
4 ills. All Modern Policy Forms. Combining the Best Feature with the Most
Special tax, School District No. Liberal Premium Rates.
Special tax. School District No. 7. MARON RICH. Gen. Agt.,
NSpecial rtax, School D)istrict-No. ti. Columbia, S. C.
Sp1eal tax, School District No. 10, S. E. INGRAM, Local Agent, J. M. WINDHAM, Local Agent,
3 mlls6. Manning. S. C. Manning, S. C.
Special tax, School District No. 11,
Special tax. School District No. 14,
Special tax, School District No. 15 ,N
Special tax. School District No. We solicit our bankin business. It is to Your interest to
Si al to patronize his safe and strnz bank. Four years of con
Special tax. School District No. t.iued growth and operation without the loss of as much
2as a dollar speaks for itsf does it not
Swmilla. Sho itit-o %; We %vari to be your bankers, if You are not already a
Special tax. School District No. 10,
mi~ls. customer, come and see us about it and tell us why. If
you are, come and see 6.s anvbow. It is never too latw to
Spercial tax, School District No. 19. r
Special tax, School District No. 21, Inteet Paid on Savings Deposits.
I4 Specil tax, School District -No. 21. BANK OF CLARENDON. Manning. S. C.
Spclal tax. School District No. 22.
Special tax, School District No. 2-1,
Special tax. School District No. 25,
Special tax, School District No. 26, 13 ?ING YOUR
Sipecial tax. School Diserict No. 27,
Special tax. School District No. 28.
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Special tax, School District No. 33,
Commutation Road t-.x $3 00.
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