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but by the
1 began to take
was unable to
work. I have
bottles and have
very much. I
the most of my
't say too much
it has done so
druggist sells Car
Get a bottle today.
Camels That Ride.
decorate their bagga;;
In the most fantastic manne:
pack saddle is surmounted It
1arger pannier. Above th!
a sort of chair .in which tb
The lon strips of leathc
down the .sides are simpl
tive purposes. I have se
when too young - . lon
being car*' ese pannier
ways used for the Di
tribe < many quaint and cur
enstoms. Werhaps the most eur
of these is the manner in whie
show their esteem for certai
rs. One evening when a youn
had been killed'fer the meal
the women collecting tb
In a bowl. Then, to my astox
t, they started painting m
on the necks and fianks wit
Unknowingly I was tb
nt of the greatest honor the
be paid a stranger. The bloo
n and remained for a Ion
actin~ as a talisman among a
are rather stran
It -tring of thet
- has just climbe
parasol plin ~ is
with transparent sll
the custom of the rae
of the meteorolgica
of unparalleled deiicac
carry on their spine. thes
as evierybody knows, ha.g
in a troop. one afe tb
the blind of Bre h1c
parable, each of t%.wl
- ' ollowing he
so that. our authe
- disposed the fil
stone vrase, tha
'for. seven who)
Sr and unspeakab]
unhappy troop on 11
without rest, respite C
the pitiless circle ut
Its The Wadd's Best.
has ever made a salve. oir
halm to compare iw itn Buec
rnica Salve. I:'s the one perfe<
of Cats, Corns Burns, Bruise~
Boils. lcers. Eczem
.heumn. .For Sore Eyes, Co:
apped Hands, or Sprains. it
InftIiible for Piles. On
STrial of a Dead Man~.
dChristopher Hare's~ book o
iesde Bourbon. H igh Constab!
''ac, mentions the stran;:
which succeeded the close ofth
latcareer. Hie had died in eol
ngRome. which his leadere
lesstraightway sacked. For th.
It was necessary to tind a sa
so --n July 20. 1-27. in the pre
of King Franicois I-- on his ses
msie..sted by the peers<
ad tiessiacIP-bd chamber
Surle. first usher~. the c-our
ries de Bourbon th''ree timi
bar of the parlaminlt. at ti
table and at~ e blbe ste;
reported that the said I
had not appeared. ,The se:'
drawn up. then solemn
'The connetable de Franc
condemned. his goods r
the crown. aind the door
by the Louvre wvas paint4
still life by Jan van Hunyseni
museum et The Hague was injt:
but it 15s'?!ie'.ed that tLi'he erp
was-beither vandal nor thu
Picture .rep -uts a baske
on which at numb'er of iusee
gathered. On a pale yellow a
which is the centerpiece ini .
of fruit. i.. a large ily. p~aints
to nature. so say the itlcia
gallery, that the canvas was 1
y some one who' endeavore-d
lIt and brought his eaue
close to the canvais. "A tri
o thepainter's genius." sa:ys t
n' ecoring the fact. "for w'b!
1Work had to suffer-"
MO~ Lady (speaking of her iate bt
d1- mind the last time we was
dai e. -Coe ans 0 n'
:uaes: "It hac b-w
'ins with ann.
Kook:. and Choiora.
The i.reent d-ay .-eurit of thi
z-bateid:ui i .:::. r fr hanku
itary t'tl d K:gd--. a .. ..' h
thm. This t::s statedl. at :wy rate
to have oecurre.d --,I the estate of th1
Marquis of Sitgo. which Loas'ed e
of the large~st rooker!tes in the west of
Ireland. t - the tir.;t ..r seco'd day of
the eidemi-- :piearazce an observet
noted that al! th' r..k had vanished.
During t h ::rv.- weri. :iru.:h whiet
it r::ed! :.ea v.:s :' .i.:: 'f them
*about 1heir b'e:n-. : e . ih ereu ps.
lice ft . i4. :.:-: - :.:::::!4 .;rs the=
dead .% :h.- sz. r-.- t. ::ile, away.
'When th. ei'dI:a. te-! :1' rooks
return'ed. ut : -- . - r-:,- wea.k te
reach their : .'-.ixtbs of
themhas gone !...: ::r.'niele.
The Japanese Plieceman.
Japan h:'- a ;: . . , :deled
after the Flue:a 'yst:.:. Ia various
places throu:.::: Ti'.t there are
small kzixinn-h.-. which resem'ble sen
try boxes. l.u::.e :e 'hr.e: met
are attached t-w ce o -x daily. One
remains iasih' r-ti:.g. n% ihie anther
stands at the do.-r. and. :!!e third pa
rols a IKat. returni:: at re;ular in
tervals tV the bs's. Statix" ar
chang.v every eight h..urs. After
twenty-four hou4rs' work the three otli
cers are given the same length of timc
to rest. and three other men are sent t1
the box. Drurin: their "off" days tht
men are employed in taki;: census re
turns. making reports regarding the
condition of streets. bridges, embank
ments, drains and cemeteries. TheY
also report weddings,. births. deaths,
theatrical performances and the pres.
ence of suspicious peros.-arper's
The Horseshoe Legend.
Here Is an explanation of the old
horseshoe superstition: St. Dunstan
was a skilled farrier. One day while
- at work In his forge the devil entered
In disguise and requested Dunstan to
shoe his "sIngle hoof." The saint. al
'sough he recognized his malgn cus
tomer, acceded, but caused him so
much pain during the operation that
Satan begged him to desist. This St
Dunstan did. but only after he had
made the evil one promiise that neither
h he nor any of the lesser evil spirits,
a his servant, would ever molest the
Inmates of a house where the horse
i ahoe was displayed.
Kis A Mardeer.
V A merciless murderer is.A ppendicitis
with many victims. But Dr. Kin,'*
e New Life Pills kit! it by prevention
t Thsy gently stimulate stomach. liver
and bowel.s. preventing that cloggin%
that invites appendicitis. curing Con
stipation. Headache. Billiousness
Chills. :5 at All Druggists.
Shrinkage in Glaciers.
Scientists aver that. save oer -
small area. the g.aciers of. the world
are retreatig to tho '.tountains. The
glacier on-.fMruat Sarmilento. in South
America. which descended to the sea
e when D.rwin found It in 183. is now
eseparated from the shore by a vigorous
. rgrowth of timber. The Jacobshaven
glacier, in Greenland. has retreated
:1 four miles since 1S860, and the East
V gi'acier. In Spitzbergen. is more than a
~Imile away from Its old terminal mo
n't'ine. In Scandinavia the snow line
'Is farther up the mounta~ns, and the
ac;ers have withdrawn 3.000 feet
r rom the lowlands in a century. The
Arapahoe glacier. In the Rtocky moun
rtains, with characteristic American en
rterprise, has" been melting at a rapid
rate for several years. In the eastern
eAlps and one or two other small dis
tricts the glaciers are crowing. In
view of these facts we should not be
Stoo skeptical when old men assure us
that winters nowadays are not to be
.- compared with the winters of their
Not Made Up.
.Pushing her way through the crowd
-on the ferryboat to the decrepit rig.
Ithe middle aged woman sized up the
'emaciated animal from every point of
view. ad then, turning to the owner.
Iwho had clam'oered out of the wagon
and propped himself asadnst the en
gna room. sa'd. "You ought to be
ashalrmed of yourself for drivilng at poor
horse lke that; It should be at home
arnd in the s:able." "Wlnat is the mat
eter with her. lady?"' was the easy re
siuense of the owner, who didn't seem
t a whole lot perturbed. "Whbat Is the
- mattter with h'r?" deainded the S. P.
S C. A. lady with increasing watrmth of
a jtone. -Cann't yo.u see hew skinny she
1s?! She bloos starve'd." "The hos-s is
all right. l::dy." en! uy rejoined the
t exp'ressnian. as a sweet smile tioated.
through his scant crop of whiskers.
"You see. s'e ;:'t up so late this morn
In' that she didn't hey time to put ox
her rats. pads :a' -e.nders, or she
I would her been as purty an plump an
sther next one."--Argonaut
. o:: io Paul. .\iavaukee. WVis.. -a.'
b- UeS.Ib writes u,. "'A! those~ tha
bed t 'hin: i- l, the be-t for cough
d n .1,.they ever had andi I thinki
is stis mxore than the' oe.t. OJur bab;
hadu a~ bad c'old and it cured him in on<
dayi. Pl~ease accept thanks." W.. F
1 lrow'n a '.
I Ready with His Tongue.
~James T. Brady. a prominent mem
r of the New York bar in the las
ftury. was noted for his ready wIt
~ulck as Mr. Brady was with th
readiness of his race for repartee, h
sometimes met his match au:ong hi
Sown countrymen. LHe was once examl
ining an unwillIng witness who pet
sistently called him Mr. O'Birady. A
-length. even his proverbht! good na
lture being a title ruded- he said
hthe wvitness: "You need not call mn
Mr. O'Dm'ady. i've mended m'y na:i
since I cam" here and dropped the 0.
"Have ye. now? retorted thme witnes~
..-Pen my sowi. It's a pity ye didn'
-mend yer maa'nxers at the seme time!"
Why He Was on Time.
I- eranger was oe day comlimen~fte
by a lady on the punctuality wit
which a e kept his engagements. "It
- a pleasure." said she. "to invite you
dine", for you never make us~ wait."
"I am no longer young. nadam." rn
pited the pot "and emerience hr
*taught meo one thing-It Is dangerot
-not to arrive at the prec~se hour. f
the ::ests who are waiting for yc
Swil pass the time In discussing vet
Spoiled the Evening For Her.
"i su'ppose you had a perfectly lov
~time at the dinner party last night'
-e No. Through some mistake the
w~ ated me next to my husband.'-CI
0 We v.an't a u t * repIsnt us In thissection
* who can get the businelsN. W,'* m.au1.facture any
1tin in remeitery w ork, l l and re sipping work
all over tl two Carolin as. Wr te us.
Mecklenburg Marble & Granite Co., 2
Box ,CARLOTT N. C.
Acme Plaster. Shinglevs. Laths. Fire
Brick. Drain Pipe, Etc
Rice Flour, Ship Stuff. Bran. Mixed
1+ Cow and Chicken Feed : :
Buggies. Wagons and Harness.-No
Order Too Large or Too Small
BOOTH-HARBY LIVE STOCK CO. +
SUMTER. SOUTH CAROLINA
THE MANNINRG RDWARE COMPAN
The Deering Ideal Verticle Lift Mower and
The McKay Famous Sulky Stak Cutter.
Purveyors of Stoves. Ranges. Hardware
Come to see us.
'THE MANNING HARDWARE GOMPANY.
JM. Bradham ~
Store on the Corner is the Place for
you to do your Trading the
Whole Year 'Round.
Tilt J/lOt Of.A4lAL7TM
We have a full Stock of (;oods consisting
of the followims:
Dry Goods. Shoes. Clothing.
Millinery and Dress-making.
R~jeemb,-'r. our Stock is all New Goo~ds.
aLnd if thiere~ is any thingi that you want that
is not inl our Stock. we will gladly order it for
o.O WXe have a nice L.ine of
SLadie's Coat Suits and Rain Coats. '
o ('all andi look at themi. if you cannlot ind
one to suit. just leave us your (order and we will~
I ordue r samew for you.
THEJ. . BRADIIAM CO.,
Big Store On The Corner
Jenkinson's old stand.
A Wireless to '
' .( Q . D.'' "C.~ Q . 1D. j
"Come Quick, Danger"
Another wireless message sent out to all men
Come Quick. Danger--Come quick. for if you do
not there's danger of missing the
Greatest Suit Values of
We're cleaning house-cleaning up all stocks- 4
getting ready for the arrival of new Fall goods.
It takes several things to make a harrain. One
is quality. another is up-to-dateness. another is
Schloss Bros, & Co.. master tailors of Baltimore
and New York, have furnished the quality and I
up-to-dateness in clothing. we are putting on the
All Suits up to $18.00 - $10.50
All Suits up to $25.00 - $15.50
All Summer goods of all kinds must go. Come
and investigate for yourself. No charge for
.J* H. RIBY,
LK. M.. "00"1910
TOURING CAR~ $1250.00.
Mohair Top. Extra $65.00. Freight $50.00 Extra.
This is a 4 cylinder sliding gear transmission. cone clutch. U
peed forward and one reverse car.
The FLANDERS &2.#3" same as above E. M. F. car only
maller. 32x3 tires: wheel base 100 inches. This is one of the lat
st cars Out. Designed for the use of owners and need not employ
killed chauffeurs, as every effort hias been made to make it fool
proof. $750. Freight $50. Touring car mohair top. $53. Runa
out Top. $30. Rear Seat, $50O. This Car can be. used as a runa
out or tourimg car.
The CHALMERS DETROIT new 1911 will be ready for deliv
ey in July. $1,500. Top and freight extra.
We expect a few MAX WELLS soor..
Buggies and Surries.
Just received two cars of new lluggies and Surries.
Tw~o new cars of Wagons. See our iiual stock of Ihorses and
Mues. Terms to suit and right.
SHlAW & DRAKE,
10, 12 and 14 Sumter St., SUMTER. S. C.
Local and Longz Distance 'Phone 553.
I"A POINT ER."
if $485.00 will buy you an automobile
that will do your work and cost you less
8 to operate it why pay some one else more.
I The Little "Brush Runabout" g
you have he ard s.o muchi ablout is lie eet ridin..S
car- over our roug~h roadls andt I sitiv ely thle mtti (er
tt i-ar in A me-rica.I
(an u ll1rall the time yu1 eve-r sawV one( of
them br-okenL down oni oulr roadil? Not a si ngle t ime
SYet there are mior'e BRUSH MACHINES ini i'arentdon
you ' Ti a pleasuire. Andi if you sa" whai t it ian doi
andi how~ little it cot. vo wton Vlitltbu thle iither
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLNi
(URT t)F CiMMt'N PLEA*.
Copy Summonus for Relief.
jioor-re iurchill. J. J. Heckart. Wi
liarn T. Marr. (ieorge A. Marr. i
his own ri::ht and :s Executor c
the Last Will and Testanet <
William A Marr. Henrietta :
Lit-ter. Alex Scott. R. A. Wagnei
Susannah Wa;gner. John Dunlol
A rchie H:arvev. nud .John Maurei
Phinea 11. Marr. .A. Giralam Mari
Marar.-t M1. Barber. and Helen 11
To the Defendatsit' above named:
You are hereby ,ummruoned anti rf
quired to answer the complaint 7n thi
action, of which a copy is herewit
served upon you. and t4) servc a copy c
your answer to the said complaint o
the subscribers at their oftice. 120-12
North Main Street. in the City of Sun
ter. S. C.. within twenty days after th
service hereof: exclusive or the day <
such service: and if you fail to answe
the complaint withir. the time aforesaii
the plaintiT's in this action will appl
to the Court for the relief demanded i
IDated. October 14th, A. D. 1914.
LEE & MOISE.
To the Defendant's above named:
Take Notice, That the summons an
the orig-inal complaint in this actio
were filed in the olice of the Clerk c
said Court on the 1l:h day of October
1l10. The plaintiffs rake no persona
demand against you.
LEE : MoisE,
Everything of the best fc:
Z.he personal wear and adorn
ment of both sexes.
We fill mail orders carefulli
Charleston, S. C
J. S. BELL,
Sanitary Plumbing, Steam Fitting
and Automobile Repairing
'Phone mewhen your car fails to go
You will find mue at mny shop every
day, and to serve yon will bea leat?
ure -All my work guaranteed.
On First-Class Real Esta.,
Purdy & O'Bryan,
ATTOGRNEYS AT LAW,
Manning, S. C
worry with voor' eyes. we ciuarante a
wi. relie the strain.
W. 0. W.
Woodmnen of the World.
Meets on First: Monday nights a
Visiting Sovereigns invited.
JO C G.C.PE~s. (oi South ('ai.).
CAPERS &WR HT
AT OnNEYS AT Law~
WASHIINGTON . (. c. a
W. c. 'j.ms. J1. A. WEINBERG.
ATTORtNEYs AT LAw.
MA NNING. S. C.
Prompt attention given to coilecti'ns
a. ... 1rnov. '. t.V.tvx IU( 'a
URDYL) & O'BRYAN.
.\ttorneys and: Cour.selors at Law.
M.\NNING. S. C.
ATT1ORtNEY .AT LA.\w
MANNING. S. (C.
ATTORiNEY AT1 LAW.
MANNING. s. C.
MANNING, S. C.
.i. A C'OLE.
MANN iNG. 5. ('.
Phone'. N ~
ARANT'S DRU6 STORI
The Licensed Druggist.
Sells in lEverything
noUGS and MEDICINES
Manning, S. C.
Su pl ,. . . . . . . . . . . .0 m
Stockh bir'Lia. ...... .. 40.01
Tot Prot eet ion to Depositrs. 1'0.000
t-I START YOUR BOY
in the right way. Good habits instilled
, in the youth will bear good fruit
n in after years. Whether it be the smail
a'count of the boy or a businesis account,
of the man that is entrusted to us e
d can guaranteed perfect satisfaetion
Clarendon Pressing Club.
Cleaning, Pressin, Dyeing and Re
pair Work done in first-class manner
and at reasonable rates. Member's
4 8UNi 3a8O1 ON Ples 10[ 1.
Ali kinds of high-grade Tailorma.
Give me a call. 'Phone No. S7.
WAYMAN A. SMITH, Prop.,
MANNING, S. C.
Hacker Mfg. Co.
eo. S. Hacker & Soo,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
Doos. Sash and Blinds: Columns
and Balusters: Grilles and Gable
Ornaments: Screen Doors and
WE DEAL IN
Glass. Sash Cord and Weights.
A. J. WHITE & CO..
W. E.- JENKINSON CO.
We. have bourbt the Undertking
Department of W. E. Jenkinson Co.
and will keep on hand a complete line
of Conlins and Caskets. We are altso
prenared to do Embal~r'neZ. Will also
cari-y a line of Picture Moul ..
Glass for framing pictures.
A. J. W HITE & CO..
LAXATIVE cough remedy1
For coughs, coids, throat and ing
troubles. No opiates. Non-alccholiic.
Good for everybody. Sold everywhere.
FOLEY*S HONEY and TAR is in
aYellow package. Refuse substitutes.
Prepared only by
poley a' company, chicago.
W. E. BROWN & Co.
at reasonable rates.
\\ill play~ for Picnies. Da ,ies.
- AY.\.\N A . :1IT. H.
Box 4.5. .\annin.g. S. C.
.. o . oo re-.ee and m-a:.re on:Va
b'u ik: in -. -eu thet- ofM a n r.:
LESENE & HORTON,
* Manning. S. C.
~ C. WV. EVANS, Mgr.,
-I sUM-f1ERTO.N. S. C.