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The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its iiiiancy.
Allow ito oie todeceive you iii this..
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-a-go 4 are but
Experiments that trifle with and endaei,,r the health of
Infants and Children-Experience tgzains-t Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substit.ae for Castor Oil, Pare
gorie, Drops and Soothing Syraps. It i; Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guit-antee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It eures Diarrhoea zaud Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Con.4!ation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and BoweLs givi.g healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The 31other's Fricnd.
Bears the Signature of
The iid You* Havo Always Bout
In Use For Over 30 Years.
VI t"U mYM0%ft@. "? "UU**W S UCC. ncw woaa en.
wFqard. Ford. Ford.
IN A LOw PRICE* CAA ~ -
Light.as the Ford Car is, 1200 lbs.. it is nollighter in propor
tiou than a passenger engine of the accepted highest tjpe. The
5000 H. P. Pacific type locomotive useA :I the Pennsylvania
Lines West weighs 53.,- lbs. per jiorso power. The 'Model .I
eighs 53.3 lbs. per horse ower. Each is designed by an en I
neering expert for passenger service. On the other hand. ti
average freight engine, as well as a large proportion of automne.
bilei weighs from 85 to 110 lbs. per horse power. Note the dii
We are also agents for the mighty Reo. Car load Automnobilt.
expected this week. Ask for a demonstration.
DAVIS & RICIIBOURG,
Summerton, S. C.
Agents Clarendon County.
The Sensation of the Season.
Look at the lines and specifications of this~ Car:
Four cylinder, shaft drive. :)) h. p.. selective type Midingz ga: n ith i
itple disc clutch. B~osch high tension magneto. no batterie.. eam.es' r~~g
simplest and most economical car made. Color dark blue. with; cream rin~-nz
gear, or dark red-color optional with customer.
A6,ENTS WA NTED
in the following counies: Georgetown. Williamsburg andma-. dt;
If you are interested in a Car for yoursel f or agency for y~sor co:mtny.
write, 'pbong o:: wire,
The Sunitr~ Autolllobile Supply CDujL1I,
Cor. Oakland .\ve. and Washington St. ''no 2.r. '. <, j.Iom
,cJ OB W ORK r
TO THE TiMES OFFiCE.
Some Amusing Peculiarities
the Eccentric Artist.
BARRING OUT BILL BEARER:
He Kr.ew the Knock of Each Collect
and the Amc, t It Represente
London Cabbies Had Good Reason
Fight Shy of the Erratic Genius.
There was a steady stream of cret
tors at the King street stulio in the
days. says. a w riter In tle Centur
Whistler made n1o efzrt t) conceal
tact that he was deeply in debt. O
..ay as we were busily and silen
working there came a *oud busine
like rap at the door. Whistler listen
"Psst:- said be. "That's ene a
With!n half an hour ther.- waxs
other rap, not qu!te so -ui.
-Two and sir." said Whist<
"What on earth do you mean?"
asked after a time.
"One pound ten shillingi: V
pounds six shilings. Vuluar trad<
men with their bills. coltonel. Th
want payment. Ah. weli: he sigh
with an exaggerated air of sadat
and returned to his canvas.
Then came another knock. a n
gentle, insinuating rap.
"Dear me." said Whistler. "that mut
be all of twenty: l'oor fellow, I rea:
must do something for him! So sor
I'm not in.'
I could not take the situation
placidly and seized eagerly the ti
opportunity of financial aid that 1:
sented itself. A rich American.
journing In London. asked me wl
he could purchase and take back w
him In the way of art.
"By all means get a set of WhIstle
etchings. lUnqu.estionably he %%
make for you a selection. I'll speak
him." I told him. and hurried ba
with the good news.
Whistler was delighted. and for
day worked busily, overhauling a
sorting his proofs. The selection
a splendld one and called for a st
stantial payment. It was arrang
that Whistler shouki meet the pl
chaser at a bank in Queen street t
following morning and receive
Most uen under the circumstan<
would have thought of little cise, I
by the next morning Whistler h
wholly forgotten his engagement. I
had begun a new canvas, and %A
completely absorbed in it. For a wh
I expostulated in vain.
"Come. Whistler," I said tinally. "y
have been away from America so 10
that you don't W-reciate the value
time to the traveler, particularly t
American traveler. You must not ke
the man waiting."
-Very well." said he, laying down
brush, with a sigh. "Noir we'll go.'
"Why wey' I replied. "I don't w"
to go," I protested firmly. To tell t
truth, I was looking forward wilth
great deal of comfort to a morning
"Oh, but you must," he said calm
bringing my coat and hat, :md prese:
ly we stood in front of the house s
nafng a cab.
One came up readily enough, b
after one scrutizrizing look upon
cabby's part, drove swiftly by;:
oter went through the anme strar
proceedings. I looked questioningly
Whister-this odd circumstance b
happened before we were togethe:
but Whistler was calmly signaling.
length a cabby took us in.
Whistler always carried as a w
ig stick a long, slender wand, a s<
of a mnhistick, nearly three-quarte
of his own height. We were no soot
seated than be began pokig his stj
a: the horse. The animal rear,
plunged wildly and started down1
street at a breakneck gallop, while1
astonished cabby swore freelya
tugged1 desperately at the rel
Whistler looked calmly ahead and ki
Butcher boys and grocer boys me:
wild leaps for safety; outraged cabb
whipped their horses out of the ii
just In time; burly draymen bawl
curses az'ter us, and still we "'
merrily on. Ittle wonder, thoeught
In the midst of my amazement a
resentment, that Whistler never g
the same cab twice.
Suddenl'y he began wavIng his eI
and shouting "Wh"'a:" lie took1
astonished cabby severely to task;
driving so fast upon the public his
way and ordered him back to a cor1
we had just passed.
Here a greergrocer's shop, with
orderly and colorful array of fri
and vegetables, had caught Whiste
eye as wve whirled by. lie surveyed
critically now- fro:n two di~erent
sitons, the cabby merely obeying
orders, under the belief, l presu:
that it was policy to humor a lunatie
Isn't it beautiful:" exclailmed WI
tier. Hie pointed his long cane at<
corner. "I believe I'll have that cr
Iof oranges moved over there-agal
that background of grLeen. Yes, th.
better" he added contentedly.
We drove on to the bank, where
found the .A:erican pacin- up
down in no pleasant frame of ml
but Whistler soon had h1:m paclil
and we left hi:n wvaving and smil
adeus at us.
The incident at the greengroc<
sop reads like an arrant a~eetati
It was not, however. WhIstler,
usual, was merely most naturaL
folow nmring he posted his e:1
at the corner and paInted the shop t
For Tnfants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Boug
1The Lamp of a Man's Life.
Dr. Holimes saId the lanp of a :na
lIfe has thre'e wIcks-brain. blood
breah-and to turn dow:n ay va'e
themn makes the other two g c
The wounds a :za wIll sarv1ve
even disre-ard bo long as h:.s h
heart and lungs are unhurt have I'
.en one of the wvoadtrs 'f war
The Burden of Golf.
p .:: to kno'w ,- a:iy oneo whu"- N'.
shbted V'ilager (testiLy)-N', I de:
.UI t fe:::s roudere dostheir o
umbre a repairin'.-Thuck.
5 .\ ut 1rin n: t S ,:h r I - 1 :.!;T
4''h1442w Corup:-4.iaV to u3-4 th1e t.::bli.
Sr't, of t he Town --1 iManin;:. S. 3'.
Site purpo- of p.aci: p4ols anld
.LI coniductor th4rt'o:i.
etion 1. Be it ordaite i b' t
3n.-ra 'outw4! of the T4*wn of Man
: . 4 hatprision be a 31:2ad2 iw-a.
-.tt. hereb''v rii.-.t the2zr' .1u. -rul.
to -l3i~a .-.-ph t 'i- 3t24 Tel3:a ;-b2. 2114 441.
pat. rt* ner-r ar4xi;'t:.:i ! ..* n -i.
c ree 1t . <p r t :t '.d :i is t !. h ;i
d. te ne it 'cees=.rary po .' %r . tr t.itI ve
to trieal co:aluet-or! l nain: n over
lo blic ri~alo.. -treet.s ait::h a s
t!in- Town .,f a i : ..t h : 1iiL
t.t* 1:: , '1. w *-n. iy v ro 1n t .itu-- i 4 mi
r 4'3 44r3-. prm bi1 th: :3i "ude- 41:.!
2412e *eri avt& 'yn-:rieli.v,!,.:i.i.:
- r -1.-et t- t T .at Ihe. work of !r-etri
l ie ! by vir tu.- oi thi : pr. i: : ..*t h:I!
r tr.-! ci enir t ::.q13 , ant i! Ih - ai S2ithi I i I
es- .r...!.T.-:h n ani Tel-:.p
d I io:3'p:,uiy siil.e !:.- hei'a:z prop3~erly
dt':reiv taew:ethor :r.t aihr:t nIa.r
d, d r )phIr b r. - - iir t t-i3 wir4-t ion
of? u 111-. ar4 ! - I. f:3Il:;r r. f i .
'om::e n 2011 i t d. a :t Or t wv v d t %
' no w -n w itha:-h 1!!h ve be-n;V-11
b1'y tihe', ' .Avor th Tow 1 .\la
repatir suchI port ion ::h idewalk
por .!r-Cree that tay( have b. distur2b
ed byvad(ouay an o!e h
cost 4 1inetrred r i - i. 1 '. : 34.
Sect ion ::. lint o sd rtin o f
ey .i ( 'il l.; .1 :1 1 (, 11114111 4133-111:111,1
ri ..:ht.,f a tl t privih-;; her-i ::anted,12
ey sai'22-t Compny ash2?1all uponli de-mand.
ed~ prots ide 4pne er-fi s-aLrm n ach ol e.
ob on which The Tw mt anni may
deire to attach itr fire alrnrilet
ra ph or po ;le r ree::rar h wtire-. fo:
,;i free iu. of the police atatl firc
alren oeir::ra4h Vow'er aof the jtow:J
stor \fannin: .
1. Sectin 'I. SAid '1 -otopanuily ?.hal att :%!I
ary timeS b( he ubt to the. T.ow ordi.
:ances ow11:ben re i ener whibh i:a
sheahetoath paTowd it ;he- :
o@ tihe- imblic street!- ht. itelephion-- andt
o- uuen vify the Town thw . \an::.:
at ao:ain t a al e all liabilitieon fl
th damha::e which may arve or accru t
to the Town of .Manin:: fromn any in
r's jury to per."on- or property fromn thlt
din:.0 any work herein authorized,
r i; of .ad Corinpany or any
to of its etuployes to Comply W'itlh an.
eo. ordinance re lative to the ulae of th:
streets of said Town, ad the accept
a anlee by the Comnpany of this Ordi.
d nasce nhall be an a::reenent by it tic
s pay the Town of oani ;:aty sTw
of moniey for which the Town .:ay be
c~ omne liable froun or boy reason of suel:
- Section 1. Said Coupanty ehatll till
he with t e Clerk of the coucil of thr
ils Town of -Mannintg its acceptance o1
thisOrdinance within sixty days from
i the date whn it hall take effect.
TSecton M,'. This )rdinance shall bt:
ut;n force from andt after the date- of it.
e , C. N-Ils. Nereb certify thaE
2z the it .-darue and correct Cop%
Ai of an ordinance 11.sedo at a ineetin
of the M yo.'it d Council of the, Tow
09of Maujbing,. S. C.. hield on the :?nd
s cday o September 11).
R't.7. W F Lt iS. A. C. BRit A11M.
of Clerk of Council. Mayor
he - - o
SAn Or dinance
TO REG LATE THElitMlNIt aW
.\AL'T () .14>11B-IL ES UPON TH I
,n STREET%- OF THE TOWN (11
he 31ANIN. oN IXIPING A PEN
a Ate~i LTY Fe4.111 THl E gel VIU.\I.
Hea it orda3einled by 2A the vreatn
o.\!de'rruofheon of M:: tannin:. t
rtot of sedam:te :i'p'r303
Secd t'i 1. Tha onu for ater thi<
:er ato a::e of21. trui te'dinace. t a s hin
Ct, ter duti of an sr'-on or trion tar
m'. rer of the' Tow oe Mannin; ~r.ane
e autotuoh~ile, o hau-; inde23l' o 13choart
at Seutiyn %ad cautiouiln to Uf1Lo2f fado
ul any perr- on or person t: to3 r13 n:"ii'
teik.aych veh~ile on any ofth atr ree:
:>rtC1of.)he Tow of: 31anni;: at a ;;at
reate of 2 pedl ta en mler: pera honr
an or a:'o l.nhall be utlwu o nyhjen
eto arut- any 31uch veclet i~ acro.N' 210
Ck in tr aetion o r n ,tre21. olristo12 tur:
a. 11corner of'2 .an.. teta :et
:e rat ae f p'ee Ion. v le nhu
he SectioY n (I osha'l l:e untlafu fo
se ithu ain t Gutoormo
'ecio ::.~ In' ca. of'~ aN violain
toa!!of notm:nore~ to:. R5.lo no
les .h1a ..' . 2' b unpr'isoninen
jd sectio 2 .4 h t l 2ri~ ses
R.C. W .... . . ANS lMgr.,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Cauntf of Clarer4don.
1',111,11T WV s " )<- >lM10 P 1L.EA.\S
1. .t:. I:ie:E. l 'tin t 4 o
' ir- . :* . I I r. r =. :, I ll,
so.Han-''ie-o. E!!.- (h-al r- '.r l r
c i.-r-o . Mo,' e GL i. *hra.ier iib
,.on. ILattra Neso .l k ney tisn
oll. Piero ii isn. Sarah i:bro.
libetu, .1nletr:-,ni ai n ytl~ n
Cop% Amended -Summons for Relief
wt 'an he in: r.,vd
Te0 i t:o ; t .v - 'Ia . lc3.-I i .t hil 2 in
avle I .- iia .. 4-f a t Ici o)221c Wt
\. lj:v .. lr ab.Y . rN I -4! :n lr
.\z-tr.i : '%c2a-w.i- :ht. 4 irn21.ain: in
1ti~ &i, action . . w :lh :tec c' 21 theroe
wit e ved up!on %,)xi. .tid! : -re
copy -.4 t~n- r a w 4 t he. . ~iijtin*-:
phat n h.A !.T
wi.\ NT. :at i li. o .rn :.
Su'h 'ariolina. w hin :-n da
:ti:.-r i blit - -r i- .r o :. .- : i e
th-- .!.I% uch 4 rvpea. a ! ::1.r!ora
fal: :I .- we th . .. eniplasilt w t i
it. tin-- r. es a -d. th. le ; a i in
Ithil acTi w1111-1 ~ tot e ' r
wiN further t n(o'01:0titit -
.i:.-lled t 111a l 7- ' il.!ait in
a I.- at ' in w eIe l led . te of -
:ive ,I hlit C:lerk of the of of rnon
I'.e;- forCaretaloni votrnty. South
ina. on the th day of Sedptem
her. .\. 1). 1 t .1 0.
A. L. I atin!<' A wir sel at p
l r. 'ttaintiTse i r Attorney.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROUINA
CoIat of Clarendon.
IN COURT OFCMMNP:.
tion unde414r te law- of theil e of
North Carinta. Plaintith
l.-~a hour fur udiai ses on on
Fran L. Wili n.fl H. W. -ib-cox
and 1. V. Hoaelen a ie of
said Evan L. Wilkin, Defendants.
1 'NDER AND BY \"lRrTIE OF A
aJudgment Order of the C'ourt of Cont
tn Pleas. in the abonvt s t ated ae
ation. to tnie direeted. e date of
April 15, l'e . I wi l sell at pub
olieauction, to te hihet bidder, for
ca. at Clarente C ourt House at
Manin . in aid county. within the
l:a houd1,1rs for .audicial sale". on Mon
day. tofe rd day of October, 191.,
Ibein- saldesd4ay. the followin:- de!!crib
;ed! realt estate:
".All that certain piece, parcel or
tract of l:nd. lVint. being aTd sittl
ate it thfe County adl State afore
said. colntaininigt seventy-twon
acres. more or less. and hounded as
follows. to-wit: North by lands of W.
P. aker; East 1y lands of R. P.
c Morris: South by lands of W. P. Bta
ker, and Robert Baker.n West by adb
land- of W. F. Johnson.
All that certain piece, prcel or
tract Of asd, nz beit ral Situ
are inl The County and State afor e
sali. and containit: one hundred
0 it4 acres. nore or le-s. an! hounded
as follows, to-wit: North by public
Alice Hd:e: nut in cand thf tatel
::.tof t rah Fevnn t.ehec ae
on itd woii yiears: th e rdi prht-ion
of p te pucae i.oe o rwi
per cent pr. annum and to be se-t
vie ort payen ofareonab
attornev's feesi cseofthfaur
wh en de ad in c-u~az ointhe ebelo.
I i'a aest a o awa
VSheri-.XN !Y :Ie::don ''F nty
?.r oune~- t of larendhon(o~n
D. Hi-. Ta Mler. i~ ihni ideOtT
Wesctc~r les hn. Furinzu i-:s. lie
I olXic. il iu. ct!redrand Pre?. ton
Iu -rit fo Fo.rec1osure.t- o
a. :i11nt Io-rder ofi. t :: rt of h
f'incno.n t;as n the abo v Itated'
.epteinin-r a::rdJo ~. Ins i w oi-1 t
pub file~ actonXto he hR;he" bit:
withi n te i uue::a tli itr ! f or judien
,. X.- Icn Monday . the ::r-da f
ol wn; . deeribedi ~d real .estat e
1 tl hit p " iecte.- r Ii krac.o
iSat. iyi:: bSi' a.!~ Citaroinath
Couty o:f!ar euide n.Stt atr
- . -
,ad.-otining* Iu hundred ami
thir n ih . )-::i.:: er . w n d a
W..-. andT W. i-K. Mcie-n:
th -, by M ii*y T- 'i ticcr- -
descib. -a.1 rac 0:Ein :e- rine.
I-itb ha otil .I..M o ! -
Oct ber \. ..i. -
- - .'. E. . i.\.\ B 1.E.
12vh Levi amt.. Le\.a .1-:1
tur- f an. T ree1urnh- th- iDy
We want to
for the farm(
\ -"t akes It
\ ft I
Paned Jane is, 1909
Want to buy an automobiler
Demand a car free froin flaws and
InsiST that it he- absolutely correct
Desire a car with -ear., of success bi
Want a car thoroughly tried ont in
no experimental features!
CoffeY ce RE1il
A THRILLING RIDE. 1
The Piano Run a Frenchman Gave a i
"I was loitering around the streets
last ni4ht," sald Jim Nelson, one of the
old locomotive engineers running into
.Kew Orleans. "As I had nothing to
do I dropped into a concert and heard
a sleek looking Frencbiunan play a
piano In a way that mado we feel all
over in xots. As soon as he sat down
on the stool I knew by the way he
handled himself that he understood
the tnachine !?e was running. Hie
tapped the keys away up one end, just4
as ithywere gauges and he wanted
to eeifhehad water enough. Then
throttle a::l saihe on to thc min line
as if lhe was hiai an ho~ur late. You
could !"ar her thunder over culverts
and jridges :L:.d getting faster and
faser.a unil the fellow rocked about
in' hisseat like a crad:e. Somtehow 1I
thu.t.t.as old E pulling a~ pas
senger :rnin and gettin:: *ut of the
way of a Lp:-n The f..llowv worked
the kys; on th. - id:e. dir-ai..n like
li'':.: und th.-n he tlcew along thLe
norh end vf thec iin uniti the drivers
went airound ~lke a buzz saw and I got
ecited. .itout the timie I was ina
to tel! !.:i: :.; cut her off a little het
kicL&ed :he danpercs under the :::achine
wide uon. ulled the thr.>tt.e awayfl
back in :he :e::der, : h.'w he di
run: I couldn't stand' it any 1l'%0e.
and ye::od to him that he was iound-4
ing in the left 'ide. and if he wa'
careful he'd drop his ash pan. But
he~ didn't !:ear:. No. one heard me.
Everything wa.s flyinig and whizzin.
Telegrnph poles; *n the sie of the
track looked- lik a :-ew of cornstalt,
and tre:., :.ppearedl to Ibe a niudhank
and !!th.. :n.e the eexauist of the
old :&ac S:: :--:ded like theL ha:a of a
bumb:ebee. I triel to .ell out. but my.
tongu-- wouldi't maove. Hie we".t
around the curves like a bullet, slipped
an eccentric, blew out his soft Idug
went down grades lfty feet to the
nile and uct a contro!!!ng brake set.
She Went by the :ae:..ing point at a
* !!e an~d a' half a :aiaute, and ening
fo:r :n'ore stear:. My hair sto..d uj
strah!.'. beanu I knew the g::e was~
up. Sn:re enough. dIead' :head of us
was the head:.:ht of a specia:. In ai
daze I heard the -rash as they~ str'u'-!.
and 1 saw cars shiv.'red into atouas,
people smaashed and :nanz:edI and
bleedin:: andl ga~sping for water. I
heard anther cras:h ais the l'rench
professor struck the deep, Leys ::wa~i
down on the lower end vf the southern
divlsd-t. and theni I camne to) my senses.
There Le was at a ead statndsti..
wth the door of the :rebox et the
machine open. wip.ing the p'erspi:ration4
of his fa:ce and bowing to the p'ople
bfore' him'. It ! l!ve to be a thousand
year ol I'.4:1 never' forget the ride
tt'- F rnhm:i: ave me 'on n paie.
.:A.-' i the tea':her. ''th. Is
t t hr t:::e I have~ had to punish
y.u:hsn e. Why: are .'-u s- nagh
---."' .'s.- :'s,wer..d the incorrigtl
b,': youn..:-:er. 'raadp~a says te.'d~
dt e yout." and aI zin't takin' any
A Sold Jollier.
* 11s. HIashi!h- ec. wve ee ha''.~ -
la:~y. Doj yoiu take your co.ffee with
New It. rder-I takel wti.B
.n envio~us man waxes .ean a. h
fatness of his neihbor.-Socrates.
OO Isz3os a SH DilOd
And Ask About it
tell you about the latest and newest labor saver
:r-a marvel of mechanical genius-a regular
--the light, handy and simple
a . an
You never saw anything like it before-nothing like
as ever been made. It makes a windmill pump into
erfect Power Pumping Plant in a few minutes, and
ides pumping, it runs separator, churn, grindstone, or
machine ordinarily run by hand. You do the atah
yourself. Costs less than a windmill! It's well worth
ecial trip to learn about the most wonderful invention
ever heard of. Next time you are in town come in
. We want to give you a catalog free.
Manning Oil Mill.
OuJI S1250~ to Inrves?
3**C> 1V > -.
Want a car that can be depend.d upon under all
Want the car that giveb maximum pleasure with
a every mech- mniuimum labor at the lowest possible cost of upkeep?
Want the greitest automobile value in America?
.ck of it., Then write us at once. We can convince -ou. We
every detail, have the car you are looking for. $1O Regal "0,"
the car that satisfies.
3" utomobile Corcmn..
WE ARE H
on the "home stretch" now. and want to i
pass under the wire ahead when the fall sea
son is over. Our stock of
Sis more complete than ever before. The
Slargest and stock of
Crockery and Glassware
Sever brought to ManninQ. Two cars Wire
SFencing just arrived to select from. Agents
SMcCormick Mowers and Rakes.
SThe best on the market. We guarantee our
Sgoods to be first-class.. Nothing shoddy sold
The store where you think about quality
Sand the price-the lowest.
BANK OF CLARENDON. Manning. S C. -,
,- atronize :his safe and stro.n:: banik. Fouru years of con
se gr-owth anid operation without :the !oss of as much
-- a dollaur. .at !ee r itseif. does it not.
.............. to, b. you r b~ankr i f you are ::o t alread'.
un.-. eome and see ias about it and tell us why. I '3
. .vo are. conl:e and *.ee aanyhow. I: is. never too inte to
'2- Interest Paid on Savings Deposits. 'f
SBANK OF CLARENDON. Manning. S. C. 2:
TRY THE NEW STATEOF300UTH CAROUINA,
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