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-THE-GR EATEST THING GEoRGE WAS.HING TON
-ER; DID WAS To- TDLL HIS FATHER TH-AT HE
-CUT DOWN- THE CHERRY TREE. HE -.ET A GooD
EXAMPLE. IT IS EASY To TELL THE .TXUT-Hv
WHEN TELLING THE TRUTH WILL ALWAYJ Do
YOU GooD. 13UT ARE THERE NOT MANY WHO]
TELL FALSEHOODS FOP, IMMEDIATE BENEFIT l
RArTHER THAN THE TRUTH? WE CHALLENGE
ANYONE "To ASHow WHERE THIS STokE EVER
MAKES A WRONG STATEMENT ABoUT THE a
QUALITY or OUR, GooDJS oR To SHOW THAT THE c
REDUCTIONS WE MAK E IN PRLICES AT T IIMES AR E h
NOT GENUINE REDUCTIONS.
THE GROWTH or oUR STOKE PROVES THAT
WE GIVE GIVE OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS, AT
ALL TIMES BETTER dooDS, GR EA TER SARGAINS
AND LOWEST PRICES.
KRA-SNorF LEADS THEM ALL.
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oic toiDebtr Flour Sheitrs BrnOTiCE.
of Ch aeD.W .ow n a r re.Nick e ishrb *ve hto h
of natore Buor goietso. ans a nd cou nty, s. N or a iaidhr:ea
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I RS BOOTRIARS.BYo LN.SOK O I
We arr te fll hin F am ofmes nody hen
ever theya are uied preyentinhepuodue
Chtt~o~a N 0 .Latetd Ondhos Pow.si ett
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O~atai~eo~: -b. i3, ed Tqua!:se ex .-cr o f
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Speedy Reler frm Kaney Tro=me.
"I had an acute attack of Bright'.
iease with intlammation of the Via-,
ys and bladder. and dizziness," says
rs. t*o:-a Thorp. Jackson, Mich. "A
,ttle of Foley's Kidney Remedy over
me the attack, reduced the intam~
ation. took away the pain and made y
bladder action normal. I wisn '
ervoce could know of this wonderful
medy'." W. F. Brown t Co.
The Human Lobster.
The lobster Las always appealed to r
te Englih:m as affording a nick
ie for his fellow Englishman.' -
.obster" was a favorite term of abuse
nong the- FLitzabeh:ans. though It is
Ily conjectural that an allusion to red E
Lcs was couveyed. As signifying a
ldier. -lobs:er" originated in the
vil war. being applied to the Round
ead cufrassiers. as Clarendon ex
ais. ~of the bright Iron
sellz with whk-b they were covered.
Ierward the allision was transfer
d to the soldier's red uniform. But
sat was the "boiled lobster." The "raW
bster" was naturally the man in
lue. the policeman. In earlier days
-e find Grose explaining that -to boll
ne's lobster" meant for a ciergyman
> become a soldler.-London Chron
The Man With the Iron Mask.
The Man With the Iron Mask was
mysterious French prisoner of state.
'hose identity has never been satis
tetorily established. He was closely
atned under the charge of 3M. de St.
ars at Pignerol in 1G79. at Exiles In
SI. at Sainte-Marguerite In 16S7 and
ally was transferred to the Bastile
k 10&8. where he died on Nov. 19.
73. and was buried the following
y in the cemetery of St. Paul under
ie name of Marchtalt Dumas made
im a twin brother of Louis XIV.
ore Throat and Chest
I am so enthusiastic concerning the
I UN T'S OE"""
tat I always keep a bottle of It In
se house., and to my particular
endb I give a bottle unless they 1
ve so near that I can pour out from
ly own supply to tide them over
y trouble. I use this linhuent for
>lds, rubbing It on my throat and
est as a counter Irritant. * * * *
won't say any more but you see
ow enthusiastic I am.
Mrs. Ida B. Judd,
I West 87th Street,
New York City.
50c and 25c Bottles.
he. Bank of Mannin
Manning. S. C.
spital Stock........ ......... $40,000
:okholders' Liability........ 40,000
tal Protection to Depositors. 8120,0001
START YOUR BOY
the right way. Good habits instilled
the youth will bear good fruit
after years. Whether it be the smail1
count of the boy or a business account
the man that is entrusted to us we
. guaranteed perfect satisfaction
nimmerton Furniture Co.,
arnihed for White and Colored. We c
e also dealers in ali kinds of Furniture.1
C. W. EVA&NS,1EXgr.,
SUMI'ERTON, S. C. t
lacker Mig. Co.
Geo. S. Hacker & Son,
CH A RLESTON. S. C
Doors, Sash and Blinds: Columns
and Balusters: Grilles and Gable T
Ornaments.: Screen Doors and L
E DEAL IN(
Glass. Sash Cord and Weights.
~ought and Sold By A
~ESENE & HORTON,
Ma.ni...... C. eD
THE SOLAR SYSTEM.
ts Flight Through Space Toward the
In what direction are you moving?
t you are going toward the Battery
on will answer "south;" if up Broad
ray you will answer -north;" toward
t'e Hudson you will say -west." and
I In the direction of the East river
on will reply "east."
These answers might be correct as
egards the surface of the earth. but
hey may be far from answering the
riestion. for the earth Is turning east
rardly at the rate of about a thousand
illes an hour. which carries you in
hat direction very much faster than
-on can move over the ground.
But that rotating motion, constantly
banging your direction In relation to
ji outside the earth. Is quite subordi
Late to another far more rapid motion
hat Is carrying you and the earth
round the-sun eastwardly on an en
rely different curve at the rate of
bout nine miles a second. ever chang
ng your direction In relation to the
tars in a circular path 279.000.000
Yet that isn't a key to your direc
on, for little you, your tiny earth and
-our third rate sun, with all of Its
lanets, are traveling as a united g-oup
n one direction, differing from all
hose mentioned. Find the large frst
nagnltud- bluish white star Vega, in
he constellation of Lyra, and you wil'
* looking in the direction of the fight
hat our system is taking through
pace. If you will observe the stars
Lround Vega for a few hundred years
'ou will find that they are apparently
lowly separating, while the stars at
he opposite pole of the heavens are
lowly drawing together. That means
re are moving toward Vega and
tay from the opposite point. This
notion is in a circle that cannot be
mactly measured, but there Is evi
lence to show that It will require
,20,000 years for our system to
Then ca= you answer, "I am moving
award Vega." Perhaps soM but more
ikely perhaps not, for It Is far from
mlikely that you and your solar sys
m, with Vega and all of the galaxy
of stars that eye can see on the clear
st night, are moving In the same gen
al direction around some great com
non center yet unknown. Who can
en? No one now, but the poendIty
a presented to the human mind tzom
ihat we know of the motions of the
preat universal clock of space that
narks off the seconds of eternt.
qow York Herald.
A MAWS GLOVE.
n the Old Days It Served as PrOxy
For Its Owrw.
In the early days everything was not
'egulated for the people as It Is now
Wy the government and the law courts.
:urope was stil young then, and peo
e kad rough and ready me&n of
alig with one another, of buying
nd selln or giving goods and prop
wty and settling disputes. A glove,
Ls It was very close indeed to a man's
tand, came In course of time to be
ooked upon as taking the place of the
mnd itself, and sometimes took the
nan's pla'ce and was made to represent
For example, to open a fair it was
meesary then to have the consent and
rotecton of the great lord In whose
ountry it was going to be held. Those
who wished to open the fair would
'ome to the nobleman and petition him
a he present. He might be very
usy or bored at the idea of having to
go, yet he would know that it must he
ened or his people would be dicn
ented. So he woul'd say to the lead
s of the people: "No, my trusty fel
ows, I can't open the fair in person.
nt I will send my glove to do It, You
tl know my glove. Nobody bas one
Ike It in the country. It Is the one
ny lad.: mother embroidered for me In
olored silks and silver wire, and It
ias a deep violet fringe. You can
ang It above the entrance of your
air grounds as a sign that you are
cting with my permission. It any one
lisputes your right or touches his mas
er's glove I will attend to him. That's
dl!" So the glove would travel in
state to open the fair.-Westminster
If looked Into a bit many a case
t so called luck will be found to be
raceable to pretty good head work
ud a good deal of energy- and appli
aton, while many a case of bad luck
s due to shiftmne and bad man
Probably the biggest cheese ever
nade has lately been "ccst" by a Wis
nsin cheese factory. It weIghs 2,400
pounds, required one milkingr of 2,100
ows to make It and Is to be on ex
~lbtion at the national dairy show to
e held soon at Chicago.
A scarecrow is sometimes effective
a keeping marauding crows from the
ornfield, but better still are two or
bree dead crows hung up by the hind
egs on poles and placed at conspicuous
laces inthe fleld. Webhave tried this
'Ian, and It works like a charm.
With string and sticks as cheap as
ey are we never could see a good
ruse for crooked rows of vegetables
nd berry bushes in the garden. Such
ows are not only unsightly from '-he
ouse and the road. but theyv make the
rork of machine cultivation difficult.
Everything of the best for
the personal wear and adorn
ment of both sexes.
We fill mail orders carefully
SCharleston, S. C.
RANT'S DRUG STORE 1
'he Licensed Druggist,
Seils Everything hv
DRl6S andl MEDrI'INES
Not For Himself.
"It does me good to see a pompou:
man get his.'' said a stockbroLer
have a friend who just about believe:
the Lord created the earth In sever
days for hIs especial benefit. Ue ha-,;
Ane home on Long Island. with
retinue of servants. but his wife Is:
sem-i-Lvalid. und it fulls to the Iot '
Mr. Pompous to execute various com
missions for her in the city. TLe othe
day she asked him to stop at a cloth
Ing store and get a couple of whit
duck jackets for the butler. I ha;
pened to be with him when he entere
the store. Striding majestically up t
a sallow little salesman, he said. wit
much impressive dignity:
"'1 wish to purchase a couple o
white walter's coats.'
"'Yes. sir.' said the little salesmat
'What size do you wear?
"Mr. Pompous got red in the fact
spluttered and gurgled. and then as i
fearing to trust himself to speech turt
ed on his heel and strode from th
place. He left me at the next corne
and has avoided me ever slnce."--Ne
ABOUT BINDING TWINE.
There are very few folks who ar
not fmilinr with what is usuall;
known as hemp twine, used for agrI
cultural and many other purposes, bu
many do not know the source of th
enormous supply which is used in thi
country annually. It is made froE
two varieties of fiber known as mn
jila and sisal. The former is one o
the chief export products of the Phil
Ippine Islands, and nearly all of th
amount produced annually, totalln;
125AM0 tons, is shipped to this cour
try. This fiber Is secured from a sp<
ces of the banana family which al
tains a height of twenty feet. Th
atems of the leaves grow In clos
cluster, forming what has the appea:
ance of a solid trunk to the heigh
of ten or twelvo feet, where the
branch out like the limbs of an ord
nary tree. These bunches of stalk
the natives cut off near the groun
remove the leaves from the top of th
stalk, then separate the stems and r(
move the pulp from the fiber by dran
tag them repeatedly across the edg
of a dzufl blade pressed on a block c
wood. This hand work is still i
vogue, and a day's work for a nativ
fs about eighteen pounds of the clea:
ad fiber. The growing :.nd cleanin
of the mantil are done in the mour
tainous districts, the natives dryin
the fiber in the sun, tying It in sma
bundles and taking it to the coa
towns, where It Is pressed into bale
by machinery for shipment. SIsa
the other giber from which bindin
twine is made, comes from the hen
quen plant. which Is produced chied
In the province of Yucatan, Mexic4
large areas being devoted to growin
it. The young plants are set in row
aboet ten feet apart. At the age c
six years the plant Is mature enoug
so that the under and larger leaves at
cut and the pulp removed from thei
mechanically. When the fibers at
dried they are baled and ready f<
market. From this stage on bot
kinds of fiber are treated the same '
the process of manufacture into twin<
Including carding, working into coan
Strands and spinning. The allng m:
chines are automatic, winding fit
pounds of the finished twine from
obbin and discharging It when It h.i
reached the pi-.per dimensions. Ti
fnished bell is supposed to contai
fve pounds. and If It Is pure mani
fber It will contain 650 feet and
sisal, which is a coarser fiber, but 5(
A King Who Left Home
set the world to talking, but Pa
Matheullra, of Buffalo. N. Y., says he.,
ways KEEPS AT HOME the King
all Laxatives-Dr. King's New Life Pil
-and that they're a blessing to all h
family. Cure constipation. headacb
indigestion, dyspepsia.. Only 25c at a
"This is the site of an ancient city,
announced the Arab guide. "As yc
ee, not one stone remains upon ax
"You fellows lack enterprise," con
mnted the tourist. "Why don't yo
tke some of this building materif
and construct some ruins?"-Pttsbur
Rhseumatism Relieved is 6 Hours.
DL. DETrCHoN'S REEE FoR RHEl
MTISX usually relieves severest cas
in a few hours. Its action upon ti
system is remarkable and effective.
removes the cause and the disea:
quickly disappears. First dose benefit
5c. and $1. Sold byW. E.Brown &C
STATE OF SOUTH CAROllNi
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Finken .Tordan Company, Plaintif
M. D. Wells. Wingo, Ellett & Crum
Shoe Company and C. Wulber:
Johin Wulbern, Ashley C. Tobias,,
H. C. Wulbern, and E. N. Wulberi
copartners doing business und4
the firm name and style of C. Wui
be' n & Company; Coleman. Wat
ener Hardware Comp'any, Mrs. id
Le#vi and R. D. Lee, L. C. Stra"
and Davis D. Moise, as Ex.cr
of the Levt Will and T.'tame'
Marion Moise, deceased. lh)e
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF
Judgment Order of the Court
Common Pleas, in the above state
action, to me directed, bearing dat
of February 2nd, 1911. I will sell
public auction, to the highest bit
der for cash, at Clarendon Cour~
Hcvzse, at Manning, ini said count'
within the legal hours for judicti
sales, on Monday, the 6th dayc
March, 1911, being salesday. th~
following described real estate:
All that piece, parcel or tract<
land, situate, lying and being in th:
ounty of Clarendon, in the Stat
aforesaid, measuring and containin
sixty-fve (65i) acres, more or le".
bounding and butting, as follows
North by public road; East by Iand
of Mrs, E. A. Tindal and John Cai
son; Souti. cy lands of Mrs. Harvit
West by lands of Dr. Brockinton, tht
said tract of land being designatea
as tract No.2~ (less seventeen (1l7) acre
sold off) on a plat made by J. D). Ru1
ledge, usurveyor, dated September 1'
Purcaser to pay for papers.
E. B. GA MIBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
R. J. FRANK GEIGER.
MANNING, S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING S. C
s The Orig
above other cons
to-day; the resul
eb Factories to supp
F. S. I
Lb NORFOLK. VA. TAI
MACON. GA. COL
e ------ - -- --_
y By virtue of a Decree of the Court -
. of Common Pleas f-r Clarendon coun
s ty, State of South Carolina. in the -
case of J. C. Scott and James E. -
Atkins, Plaintiffs, against T. I. Walk-.
e er. Fannie Alice Walker and 1). W.
Alderman & Sons Co.. defendants. I
will sell at public auction for cash to:,
e the highest bidder in front of the -
r court house in Manning. S. C., on
a salesday in March, 1911. being the 6th
day of said month. within the usua;
hours of sale, the following real estate:
AU that lot. piece. or parcel of land
9 with the buildings thereon situate,'
- lying and being on the North side of
g Main street in the town of Summer
1i toD, county of Clarendon and State'
t aforesaid, measurinz and containing
in front on said street forty-seven (47)
feet. on the back line fifty-three (53)
feet. with a depth of one hundred
(100) feet, be the said dimensions more -:
or less, butting and bounded as fon -z
y lows: North on lands of S. M. Col- 1
clough and J. .. Lanham: East by -:
g lands of J. C. Lanham: South on -
. Main street; and West on lands of S.
o Purchaser to pay for papers.
h E. B. GAMBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
Notice to Credito s.
a All persons having claims against
, the estate of Chovine Richardson!
0e Holladay. deceased.will present them;
1duly attested, and the'se owing~ said -
-estate will make payment to the
undersigned qualified administrator -
a of said estate.
SBKYJ. W. HOLLA.0AY.
ie Administrator .
n Manning, S. C., Feb. 3rd, 191i1.
* I HARLTON Dc RANT,
I ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING. S. C.
Ev-erybody to knbow we are -
SFor Pure Drugs.
A SPECIALTY :: ::
SJ. H. HAWKNS,
rt.icensed Pharmacist and MWg'r.,
LW. E. Brown &Co
LOANS NEGOTIATDE 8
On First-Class Real Estate
Pur'dy & O'Bryan, -
J. ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Manning. S. C ~
S- - -
It -- IfVOUd
c 0: o prO
PURDY & CY'BRYAN.C
Atores and. Cour.s'lo:s a: Law.
a of Roystr Fertilzers.
believed that success awaited the
Fertilizers who would place quality
iderations. This was Mr. Royster's
an years ago and this is his idea
t has been that it requires Eight
y the demand for Royster Fertilizers4
OYSTER GUANO COMPANY,
ACTORIES AND SALES OFFICES.
VBORO. N. C. COLUMBIA. $. C. SPARTANBURG&8. C
UMBUS. GA. MONTGOMERY. ALA. BALTIMOREMD.
Accept my best wishes for a year of hap
p'ness, health and prosperity.
For your part in tbe success of my busi
ness durinr 10, I wish to warmly thank you,
with the hope tnat the confidence engendered
will result in our being the recipients of at
least a portion of your patronage during 1911.
- We assure you always square treatment,
best quality and complete satisfaction with
every item purchased of us, or money refunded
"The Young Reliable."
would Raise Big Crops, t ci:
would have fewer acres and
rops. li you would reduce your;
duction, buy from the
EEFR IZER CO.,
f e e- ; r.:1c:rai:esock ofth. best quality of fer.
cti-:::::for C~oen. Cor2. Grain. Tobacco, Truck,
--.-e: , :! r~in erasuc s h
EE FERIL1.ZER CO.., Ch::rleston, S. C.
The Hlome of CGcodFeiizr
WR?1YE fOR PRICES.
- . :.HTD 'VS & . WEI NBERG.
-:R aWRIGHT. ATTORNEYS AT LAW,