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al Encampment 7i
antic City, N. J.
Round Trip From
uding Rates from other points via the
tic Coast Line.
DATES OF SALE.
r 15 to 19. 1910. Inclusive.
not to exceed tinal limit will be allowed on 1
pg and return trips at Richmond or Norfolk b
Baltimore and Philadelphia. by depositing
arrival a. Stop-over point with Depot Ticket C
will be limited to return, not later than mid- 3
Aptember 29, BUT MAY BE EXTEN DID to
S28, by depositing tickets and payment of $1.
arrangements for tickets. Pullman reservations Z
H. D. CLARK. Ticket Agent, Manning. .0
W J. (RAIG, T. C. WHITE. . t
er Traffic Mgr. Gen. Pass. Agent. I
Wilmington, N. C.
IN A .OW PaICED CA
ord Car is. 1200 lbs., it is no.lighter in propor i
eng.ieof the accepted highest type. The
locomotive used on the Pennsylvanib
53.8 lbs. per horse power. The Model " -
horse power. Each is designed by an en i
r pal-lo r service. On the other hand, tl- C
engine, as Well as a large proportion of automl
85 lbs.' r--orse power. Note the dii t
as othe mighty Reo. Car load Automnobil.
.vek Ask for a demonstration.
ummerton, S. C.
sation of the Season.
and spcfctions of this Car:
saLdrive. 20 h. p., selective typ saing:a wit mu
Bosch high tensioc nmagneto. no btter e-, easies ridn
economical car made. Color dark blue. wt a cram runon
optional with customer.
-g count.ies: Georiretown. Wlliasbur: andi- aendon
mnte a Car for your-ielf or a eney for ou ou
SUMTER. S. C.
tAv. and Washinton St. 'ho:'e -. -' -.ix ~
FnrntureCo.. Notice of Discharge.
LI will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon -.ounty, on the
2-2nady of September. 1910. for Let
ers ter of Discharge as Executor of thea.
Es-tate of Andrew J. Tindal. deceased
adW. SCOTT HR N.
Emnbalnmers. MXanniin=. .:^*ugst*11 j'*
Notice of Discharge.
White and Coiored. We I will ap>ply to the -ludgev o: Pr.
!naLkndsof~uitur bate- for - -!arendon county. .a th.
~2nd day of Septemuber. 191'. ior l.-t
- ters of Dis.charge as. Execut or of th*
AN ?ugi.7 Estate of Wilhiam H. GaiullardI. d.
- g -ceased
Embalmer. EDWA RD F. HC R RiWS.
A QUEER UNIVERsiy.
;airo Has the World's Oldebst Educa
OWhea ye think of Iharvard er Yale.
iO former dating from ltzs and. the
.tter from 1701. we think of, them a
lI universites." says a wrlter in the
.nerican Educatioaal Itevi ew; "ut
,hen we pass to the other side of the
rId we -discover that evern the oldest
eMerican universities are !a reality
ery youn~ instittions.
"The oldest educaiRnal Instl:ution in
he world is the t'niversity of El
?har, Cairo, founded in the year 16S
y the great Saladin- It is the central
eat of learn!L;z for the whole Mo
ammedan world. as wel: as a foun
:aI of spiritual life. It occulies an
ncient mosque In the Arab quarter of
'airo. surrounded by a confusing maze
f narrow streets where the ppultion
; made up of represeutatives of every
ace that follows the prophet.
"The old mosque covers several acre's
nd consists of a series of court sur
ouded by long cloisters with low
ofs supported by forests of columns.
'he floors of red tiles are covered d-ily
3y a multitude of men and tys. squat
ng in semicirces around their teach
rs, who sit with their backs to the
olumns lecturing in nwnottn*'s.
"The chancellor of the university is
ways a descendant of the prophet
d Is usually a man of ability and
arnng. le occupies npartments In
, Ashar and is not only the supreme
ducational but the eccleslaVtical head
C the church of Egypt.
"There is no organizadon similar to
bat in modern universities. Any rep
ttable man who desires to teach can
Wbain the privilege by appllcation and
assigned a column where he may sit
.nd impart the truth as be thinks
roper. His fame or ability will at
ract more or less students and di
les, who pay him fees according to
THE SCOLD'S BRIDLE.
Brutal Punishment to Which Women
Were Once Subjected.
The brank. or scold's bridle, or gos
p's bridle, was neither more nor less
ban a muzzle. It was in general use
a Great Britain from the sixteenth to
he eighteenth century. ad in Scot
and as wel: women were muzzled for
vtain offenses, some at least of them
nore imaginary than real. The instru
nent of torture. even a dog's leather
nuzzle, Is ncomfortable. How much
nore the scold's muzzie: It consisted,
cording to a high authority, Mr. W.
ewitt, of a kind of crown or fraime
rork of Iron. which was locked upon
he bead, and it was armed In front
ith a gag, a plate or a sharp cutting
;fe or point, which was placed In the
poor woman's mouth so as to prevene
ker moving her tongue, or it was so
daced that if she did move it or at
empt to speak It was eut in a most
rightful manner. With this cage up
a her head and with the gag firmly
iressed and locked against her tongue
he miserable creature, whose sole of
'ending perhaps was that she raised
ier voice In defense of her social
ights against a brutal and besotted
insband or had spoken honest truth of
iome one high In ofice in her town.
ras paraded through the streets, led
>y a chain by the hand of a bellman,
he beadle or the constable or chained
o the pillory, the whipping post o:
narket cross, to be subjected to every
onceivable insult and degradation,
wlthout even the power left ber of
sking for mercy or of pronmlsf
tmendment for the future, and when
e punishment was over she was
rned out from the town hall or the
giace where the brutal punishmenti
ad been inflicted, maimed, disfigured,
>eeding. faint and degraded, to be the
ubject of comment and jeering among
ir neighbors.-London Family Her
Colors of the Stars.
Although there is nc relation np
parent betw~en the two phenomena, yet
.t Is Interesting to recall the fact that
mong the stars certan colors amp
pear to characterize different stages of
thange. or evolution. Rled stars. ac'
ording to the testimony of the spec
roscope, differ widely in their consti
atuton from white or yellow ones. and
it has been thought tha't varying col
3s may give a clew to progressive
hanges In the heavenly bodies. Sirius,
for Instance, is said to have changed
rom red to white, and some have sus
pected that Arcturns Is fading from
red toward yellow.
A Fairly Good Appetite,
Kaffirs, North American Indians and~
:he fat boy in "Pckwick" may well
,e quoted as fearful examples of ye
racity. but even their gr'astronmornic
eats are exceeded by the full growm
skmoo, who wI:1 daily eat twenty
ounds of flesh and oil if he has the
hance, while on the authority of Ad
rniral Saritcheff a Yakut of Siberia ha:
yeen known consume in twenty-feur
hours "the hind quarter of a iarge ox,
:wenty pounds of fat and a quantitl
f melted butter for his drink."
To Be Avoided.
"'hr'e's Wilson: Let us turn back.
I've no desire to meet that fellow'
agaIn! Last week I asked him to lend
me ie pounds."
-Wel, he certainly rmight have done
so he has plenty of money."
"Yes, I know-and--hbe dId lend me
the ler"-London Mall.
"That fellow Is a greater strategist
tmn Napoleon ever was."
"As to how?"
"ie got a two dollar raise of samlary
a year ago and hasn't told his wIfe
abot i yet."-Pittsburg Post.
Fhr Infants and Childfen.
[he ind You Have Alway Bought
Signature of 4"/ 4? t
The Lamp of a Man's Life.
Dr. jiles said the lamup of a n'
life has three wicks-brain. hkl :ad
breath-and to turn down any une' of
them makes the other two -:0: out
The --ds a a:::n will survi;'e :and
e-.e .n isregard o 1o:a: as L.& hie:d
meart and lung.s arc un:a't i:'-x2 lon;
been one cof the'wo:fet ofw:-r his
The Burden of Golf.
otr (with a fu: ba;:. vekua.: for
:addie-i samy. my friendl. d.o yo :
pen tm h'.:ow of any one who"- Near
sighted Villi.:er (testi!y)-No. I don't.
XII the fj:ks rond L'ere doesi their owm
Watch This Space
For Next Week's Ad.
The J. M. Bradham
'T'E MANNING HARDWAE COlMPANY
The Deering Ideal Verticle Lift Mower and
The McKay Famous Sulky Stalk Cutter.
IPurveyors of Stoves. Ranges. Hardware.
Tinware. Crockeryware.G6uns. Ammunition.
Come to see us.
TBE MANNING HARDWARE 8MPANY,
ii 7. "30"l1910
TOURING CAR $1250.00.
Mohair Top. Extra $65.00. Freight $50.00 Extra.
-rlds is :- -I W-yimIer ,Wibiin" *ear traln1sSion. COn1t ~e lth. 2
-d forwardi and oneli revese eair.
Thie IFL.\\NDh~Z ~* -" s::ae a1s )(V Ib'.- . -\. V' (-: l
al-,;.x: 4 t ir1 eP' l b.*, s.- 100 lin. h s. I l a is2 101 . ":.' 1 U a:
14 il le ia u:Te r sL. "dyer I)or 15 I, ij.e in t' .k 4 a ""n
:2roof . 4'.. Freight .T'.5 . ou igcr:otr .& > n
~~Bugies and Surries.
T . ..v. cars o)f \'ago.zn,.. Se or z.usual stock of Hlorses and
SIIAW & DRAKE,
10,. i: ana~ 11 Sumter St.. S LMTEli. S. C.
Loa ~.4d L ng Dietance 'Phone 553.
Come In And
We want to tell you a
for the farmer-a mar
"'Jim Dandy"-the light
~ iump I
- &6 You never s
- M it has ever beci
a perfect Powe
any machine orc
ing yourself. Cc
a special trip to
you ever neard
sure. We want
ted n 3. 5. 1909 M
Want to buy n antomobile:
Detuand a car free frot flaws and .xperimenta!
Iu-ist that it he aholutely correct in every mech
Desire a car w;th years of succee- back of it'
Want a car thorou;ghly tried out i: e-very detaii.
no experint-ntal feat ure!-:
4ccffey cd R1Eiby= A1
A CHINESE BANQUET.
Cu.nary Mysteries That Bewildered
an Englishwoman. I
One moment we were eating ducks'
eggs whose backened, lime flavored
whites Indicated that their age was
nimpeachable; the next we were grap- The decks
plng with sea weeds. macaron1 and for cash tra
the slippery sharks' fins that eluded needed on th
Our clums!!y Mnipulated sticks. Norr
we tackled-not without fear-un- I vordmliv
known meats and vegetables cooked In
sugar, fresh shrimps, mushrooms from!*
.\ongolia, young bamboo sproUts, p1- J
geons' eggs and a hundred different
foreign tasting mnesses. Then clean
plates were given to us. and bowls of
sickly pink sirup, sweet potato and
Indian corn canes of dur'ay hue were (Iol.
set before each one. These were only
crevice: !::rs :.ad conhded the first
and !::.ter por::ivn of the repas.t. Now
ca:ue the reali sub.stantlal meal. where
in every dish had! .n accompaniment
of ::ai.er ones. containinz gravies.G
etc.. in wh-ich to dip the morsel takena
There' was :ewedl duck :ovoked with
out >al:. r :: a.i:a *ig; :rcemet.
birds' ne t.:::br..om, of vegetrab.les\
n:d of se:a :g The're was ;trilled!
fresh weater tish. which, accourding to (l~I
custo:-i. was helpedi from the top sli' eCI-ap
only. for t!-- chinese remembers hi-. ,
servant. .i. inalry, at the conclu
son the inevitt.ie usmall bowl of rice
Alter ome thee hour. casha fra
The Kindedeedeo. th
~wht s~il Idonow Ths allisIn codai
Ion. rap~v taoin tle keaen (If:
slaipt- to ettit mut.
canz~n on shl'ci lke du[pn na0_ _ .Il~ G 'e>
an Kic atrsin se beford. eachm r
After some three hos, wi~nth a!n feeal-s
tho of Ichandlesta apr! has ver.e
the it sere. to smet w tdelou
stdt addw ou orsens s an othe diC
pen!! ie ithe i r wtho t hben
May onseth* e inun Imrss wa'9 9
"Dea e. ai ther w Grs ft youd ve~ enon
mau.~~t tat he ina leonn to b . o
"wha.!t sa-l doee nw? is all iabl tn
"Wl, e -m e."ay said ers mun
*I apid'y turninga the -.Tea-w.rtes - ds
oo of instruc:tios I: proesue agnou hee
shae:o gety ia~t out." i '-.~ h
hat cyffnica rp. "We:~ll.sif thau
Kissing:r n Icel and 'i n h
ths fIa. d appea t hvin
the : most: selre.:Danishmnt as t~bhe
penal~ lid dow fr kissing anoter.
consent. The~~ sanunsm twa
A C..Starln Reply. .
.i TO-:At! h o r T BseLE sent BAN
ou of tin bte hn Cholesaid agem
oat viere::dmuy.i!L. .-.uplied that
)out the latest and newest labor saver
:el of mechanical genius - a regular
handy and simple
aw anything like it before-nothing like
a made. It makes a windmill pump into
r Pumping Plant in a few minutes, and
r, it runs separator, churn, grindstone, or
finarily run'by hand. You do the atach.
ists less than a windmill! It's well worth
learn about the most wonderful invention
of. Next time you are in town come in
to give you a catalog free.
ning Oil Mill.
Want a car that can be depended upon under al
Want the e-ar that gives maximum pieasure with
minimun labor at the lowest possiblecost of upkeepi
Waut the greatest automobile value in America?
Then write us at once. We can convince you. We
have the Ca you are looking for. $1'->k Regal -;0"
the car that stisnes.
are cleared for action. I am now in the race
e. and i have a splendid stock of everythiing
e farm or in the household.
invite an inspe4tion of my stock of
-oods, Fancy Goods,
Notions, Shoes, Hats,
ng, Crockery, Tin,
ooden and Hardware.
ndin lar.gec quanlhtiiS.
y* ,-er... :irice mhy g~ood!. examita- thxe ulality.
ibe1 a ~ thea eest. theni ioni i Vn Iromf me.i
.e =le'eia! :*ranienIts to dio a lairg~e rash trade
an !i fa ilir realine that [ imust. to do b)usinies.
anpti on This I have preipared for.
i. J OH N SON.
home stretch" now. and want to 3
der the wire ahead when the fall sea -__
ver. Our stock of
aera1 Hardware !
Scomplete than ever before. The 3
and stock of
ackery and Glassware_
ought to Manningc. Two cars Wire
just arrived to select from. Agents
irmick Mowers and Rakes.
t on the market. We guarantee our
o be first-class. Nothing shoddy sold
store where you think about quality
price the lowest.
OF CLARENDON. M*annlng. S C.
Interest Paid on 5~wing. Dposits
OFp CLADFNDON. Mannina. S. C.~