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FearTu% Footnam -
Football had its enemies among the
parly Puritans in England. In 1583
one PAillp Stubbes produced a work
entitled "The Anatomie of Abuses,"
wherein there is a very fierce attack
on football. The game was played
with vigor in the sixteenth century
"Whosonever scapeth away the best
goeth not scot free," writes the au
thor, "but is either sore wounded,
cralsed and bruised, so as he dyeth of
it or else scapeth very hardlie, and no
meruaile, for they have the sleights
to meet one betwixt two, to dashe him
against the harte with the elbowes, to
hit him under the short ribs with their
griped fists, and with their knees to
catch him upon the hippes, and to pick
him on the neck, with a hundred such
murthering devices; and here'of grow
eth envie, malice, rancour, choler,^ba
tred, displeasure, enmitie and what not
els; and sometimes brawllig,' conten
tion. quarrel picking, murther, homi
cide and great effusion of blood as
The Puzzle Master.
To the present writer, who never got
the hang of a single puzzle In all his
life without help, Sam Io'yd'was the
most remarkable peis6n Ii the 'world,
for he Invented 10,000 puzzis in more
than half a century of diablical activ
ity. He began when he was six by
scaring the cook with ventriloquial
voices In the kitchen chimney and tak
Ing the rabbits out of the pockets of
his mother's guests in the parlor. At
ten he was a noted chess player and
Invented many chess problems. He
studied to be an engineer, along wlth
side dashes Into painting and drawing,
languages and mathematics. But his
propensity to puzzle was too much foi
him. While still almost a youth he
Invented and drew a puzzle In fifteen
minutes, printed the first edition at a
cost of less than $5 and made $10,000.
Who said he would have remained am
engIneer when he could make $10,000
In fifteen minutes?-American Maga
Cattle, Locusts and Railways.
In running railways in Brazil there
are two difficulties to contend with
which the European traveler does not
know-cattle and locusts. The cattle
cannot -be kept off the track. Miles
and miles of it are fenced In, and yet
the cattle manage to force their way
through and then cannot get out The
cowcatcher is efficient, but not suffi
ciently so, as the trains are often de
railed by an ox being caught either
between the cowcatcher or cylinder
and the rail or even between the loco
motive and the truss of a bridge, but
such accidents are hardly ever serious.
Locusts are less common, but occa
sionally travel along in clouds. When
they come to earth they may pile up
to a foot deep in the cuttings, and, of
course, the locomotives will skid along
uselessly. This happens but infre.
Bridges In Korea.
Some idea of the delights of travel
Ing in Korea is given by the following
description by a traveler of the
"bridges" in that country: A first class
bridge In Korea is simply an assort
ment of planks nailed together. These
are scarce. A second class bridge is a
series of isolated stones, from one to
another of which the visitor may jump
A third class bridge, much the corn
monest variety, is Invisible, Its posi.
tion being indicated by a couple of
posts, one on each side of the river.
They mean that you may safely wade
across, as the water will probably not
go much above your chest
Creation of a Knight.
The ceremonies at the creation of a
knight have been various. The prin'
cipal were a bor on the ear and a
stroke with a sword on the shoulder.
y ohn of Salisbury tells us the blow
'with the naked fist was in use among
the ancient Normnns. By thisitwas
that William the Conqueror confe:-red
the honor of knighthood on his son
Henry. It was afterward changed
Into a blow with the fiat of the sword
on the shoulder of the knight.
Hard to Find Things.
He--Where are my collars, dear?
She-I don't really know.
"Well, yesterday I couldn't find my
shirts; this morning my ties were miss
ing; now I can't find my collars. Thi
only place 1 know worse than my ba
reau is my card index system!"
"I think it is disgraceful to be enor
"Oh, so do!L I was brought up t
think that way. But say"
"Don't you wish once in awhile that
you weren't so blamed respectable?"
.. Well Answered.
An American woman who had bJeer
told by a Britisher that America was
deficient in antiquities and curiosities
remarked: "The antiquities will come
As for our curiosIties, we import them?
D. Bill (meeting former patient)
Ah, good morning, Mr. Jones! How
are you feeling th's morning? Mr
Jones--Doctor, does it cost anything 11
I tell you?
A Work of Genius.
An ideally brief and delightful ad
vertisement comes from a Londoz
Shop window. It runs: "Our trousern
5 shmlings a leg. All seats free."
The lndependsace and liberty yoi
possess are the wvork of common dan
gers, sufferings and successes.-Wash
His Three Questions.
"I'll just bet you cigars for the
crowd." said one of a party of promi
nent men to one of the number who
was bragging of what he could do,
"that you can't answer 'yes' to any
three questions I ask you."
"Done," said the boasting one.
"Well, were you ever in jail?'
"Were you ever electrocuted?"
"Will -you pay for the cigars if I
lose?' Curtain.-New York World.
A Leading California Druggist.
Pasadena, Cal., March 9, 1911.
Foley and Co., Gentlemen:-We hav<
and recommended Foley's Honey ani
Tar Compound for dears. We believ<
it to be one of the most efficient expec
torants on the market. Containing n<
opiates or narcotics it can be given free
ly to children. Enough of the remed:
can be taken to relieve a cold, as it has
no ~nauseating results, and does not in
terfere with digestion. Yours ver:
truly, C. H. Ward Drug Co., C L. Par
sons, Sec'y and Treas." Got the origina
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound in th
.ello pnkae W. E Brown & Co.
"I guess 'm just an impressionabIe
woman," she simpered. "I gavea- beg
gar a quarter this afternoon."
"How did he work you'for it?" he
"He said, 'Won't this beautiful lady
help me a bit? "
"Well, you can't help giving some
thing to these blind men."
And lie can't figure it out yet why
the girl is mad at him.-Boston Trav
A Literary Life Preserver.
Bookseller-This, sir, Is an excellent
book on swm.ng and a -ery useful
"Yes, sir. If ever you find yourself
drowning you have only to turn to
pages SS and So, and there you will
find full instructions how to save your.
Equal to the Occasion.
"Doctor, I am feeling worse today."
"Then stop taking the pills I pro
scribed for you."
"But I haven't taken any yet"
"Then take them."-Parls Sourire.
Your Neighbor's Experience.
How you may profit by it.. Take Foley's
Kidney Pills. Mrs. E. 0. Whiting. 360
Willow St., Akron. 0., says: "For some
time I bad a very serious ease of kidney
trouble and I suffered with backaches
and dizzy headaches. I had specks float
ins before my eyes and I felt all tired
out and miserable. I saw Foley Kidney
Pills advertised and got a bottle and
took them according to directions and
results showed almost at once. The
pain and dizzy headaches left me, my
eye-sight became clear and today I can
say I am a well woman, thanks to Foley
Kidney Pills." W. E. Brown & Co.
the Tea Drinkers.
The chronic tea drinkers of this coun
try are generally the kitchen girls
and women who remain in the kitchen
and in the house a great deal. The
teapot L constantly on the stove, and
the strong, stale 1rew. full of tannie
acid and bitter extractives, is poured
Into the stomach at frequent intervals.
Here we get not oa!y the stimulation
of the caffein, but the irritation of the
tannin derivatives on the stomach mu
cous membrane. The sooner or later
result is sleeplessness. an irritable,
fretty disposition, nervous dyspepsia or
even gastritis and constipation. Of
course the treatment is to stop the
cause, treat the insomnia. dyspepsia
and constipation and give fresh air.
Tea tasters show earlier than other
individuals decay of the teeth. Chil
dren up to 6fteen years should not
drink coffee or tea regularly.-Journal
of American Medical Association.
Osman Pasha's Daring.
One of the most gallant generals
that ever surrendered to the enemy
was Osman Pasha, the immortal de
fender of Plevna. Surrounded by an
immeasurably superior army of Rus
sia, Osman kept his flag flying for 142
days. inflicting a loss of 40,000 men
on the enemy and losing 30,000 of his
own garrison. It was only when both
provisions and ammunition failed that
he decided on that desperate attempt
to cut his way through the investing
army. The attempt, one of the most
daring and resolute in history, failed,
and Osman wa~s at last compelled to
admIt defeat. So Impressed, however,
were the enemy with his valor that as
he was carried wounded through their
ranks they greeted him as a conqueror
with cheers and presented arms.
will cure any skin disease. That's
the price of H-UNT'S CURE, and it
is absolutely guaranteed.
A. B. Richards Medicine Co.,
An Anecdote of Handel.
On one occasion Handel was caught
in a shower of rain and, being unpro
vided with an umbrella, was obliged to
reek shelter In a blacksmith's forge.
Either Handel was in a silent mood
or else the blacksmith showed no con
versational symptoms, for In a little
while the latter began hammering
away at his anvil, accompanying his
work with a song. He little thought
the use his visitor was making of him
and his anvil, for it is saId that Han
del was listening all the time to the
strokes of the hammering on the anvil,
which, by producing two harmonic
sounds, aceording in time and tune
with the tune the man sang, formed
a bass accompaniment. Handel, on
reaching home, remembered the air
and the hammer accompaniment. He
wrote down both, and so we. owe to a
shower of rain the composition known
as "The Harmonious Black-smith."
Charles Kean's Afflictions.
Charles Kean, the actor, could not
pronounce the consonants "in" and
"n." In the first scene with Jarvis in
-"The Gamester" he began by inquir
ing, "Well, Jarvis, ;what says the world
of me? I'll tell thee what it says. It
calls me a false friend, a faithless hus
band, a cruel father-In one short
word, It calls me Galester!" In Shy
lock he was wont to say:
"You take by lIfe
When do you take the beans whereby I
But his most unfortunate slip oc
curred in the last line of "Money,"
where Evelyn says that in order to en
joy the good things of life we require
"plenty of money " In this situation
Keani always brought the curtain
down wvith a roar by sarcastically re
marking that the one thing necessary
to cornplete their happiness is "plenty
"My busband has a remarkable col
lection o: old curiosities," said Mrs
Eilkin:4. with an air of pride.
" 'Indeed:" said Miss Sharpenough.
"Was he: colecting when he married
"Whby, yes." replied Mrs. Bilk-ins in
'-That's what I thought." remarked
the other spitefully.
1Ar.d then Mrs. Bilkins saw what her
dear friend meant. They meet as
Persiflage inthe~Kiiheria ,
Sugar Spoon-I'm one of those gol4,-,
en spoons .that get born in people's.
mouths.- Rolling Pin-You haven'got
-nything on me in the wealthlife.
f'm rolling In dough all the tiii.
St Lois Globe-Democrat.
If you bring a smile to the trem
bling lips of another you will soon dis
cover that a smile is alighting on your
Branding Criminals In England.
The branding of criminals was
abolished in this country In 1778. Un
til then this punishment was Inflicted
in open court, generally In the pres
ence of the judge, generally in the
presence of the judge. the necessary
Implements-the iron brand, the chaf
ing dish and the iron gripper for keep
ing the hand steady-being always In
readiness. The usual brand was an
"R" applied to the left shoulder.
Child stealing, etc., however, were at
one time punished by branding the of
fender with "R" on the shoulder (for
rogue), "M" on the right hand (for
manslayer), and "T" on the left band
(for thief).-Pall Mall Gazette.
The Tragic Difference. -
William was lying on his bed, face
downward, sobbing desolately. His
mother took him in her arms, the
whole eight years of him. In a few
minutes she learned all. It was a girl,
and she had sent him a note.
Dere Willyum-I luv yu the best But
Henery gives me the most kandy.
The Self Made.
"What you see In that creature to
admire I can't see," said Mrs. Dub
bleigh. "Why. she's an made up- Her
hair, her figure, her complexlon-every
bit of her is artificiaL"
"Well, what of it?' retorted Dub
bleigh. "If the world admires self
made men why shouldn't it admire a
self made woman?"-Harper's Weekly.
Had His Nerve.
"I'm afraid," her father replied, "you
would not be able to support my
daughter in the style to which she has
"Well," the young man said after he
had thought the matter over briefly,
"I'm not proud. I'll let you help."
The Modern Way.
"And now, Henry, you must go into
the library and ask papa's consent"
"What! Me ask anythin -of that
little, yellow whiskered gink! Not on
your life, sweetheart! Nixon the papa.
If he's got any finger In this deal he
can come to me-see?"-Cleveland
"Ferdy struck Cholly with the sugar
tongs at the club lawst night"
"Oh. very. Both were under the In
fluence of strong tea."-Washington
We ought to call In reason, like a
good physician, as a help In misfo&'
COMING TO MANNiNG JUNE 22.
The Clemson-Winthrop Agricultural and Do
mestic Science Train.
Owing to circumstances oyer which
we had no control the date of the
starting of our train has been some
what delayed and it is now planned
to get it under way about the 5th of
June, and arrive at Manning June
The people of this State should un
derstand that while this train is plan
ned and equipped by Winthrop and
Clemson colleges yet had it not been
for the hearty and liberal co-opera
tion of the railroads of this State its
operation would not have been pos
sible. The three great systems of the
State, the Southern, the Seaboard
Air Line and the Atlantic Coast Line
have from the very beginning met the
proposition in the most cordial and
liberal manner. Not only are they
furnishing the equipment in 'the
shape of cars for this train but they
are also moving that train entirely
free of charge. I think it but proper
that this fact should be known as an
evidence of the interest that these
roads are taking in the welfare of the
people of the State.
Since the last notice of this train
was given to the public another car
has been added thereto by Winthrop
college. This car will be filled with an
exhibit of Household conneniences
and should prove quite an attractiye
and cf educational value. It has also
been found possible to add more
stock to the equipment of the Live
Stock Car so this feature will be es
The visit of this train should be of
particular interest to the boys of the
various corn clubs of the State and
it s expected that they will turn out
in force, therefore, special work along
the line of corn judging and cultiva
tion will be given by Prof. Napier
and the train will also be accompan
ied by Prof. C. B. Hadden who is now
in charge of the Boys Corn Club work
in this State, working under the joint
direction of Clemson college and the
U. S. Farm Demonstration Work.
Miss Hyde, in charge of the Win
throp, cars, will have a competent
corps of assistants and has outlined
an extremely interesting program for
ladies who visit the train.
It is hoped tliat everyone will real
ize that it will' take the -full day to
get the maximum of benefit from this
train and that they will make it a
point to reach it early. One day is all
he time that can be alowed at a sin
gle point and we want to urge all
who can to be onJiand promptly so
as to get the greatest benefit out of
Clemson College. S. C.
D. N. BARROW,
Horned Hercules Beetle.
The island of Dominica is the home
and natural habitat of the hercules
bettle (Dynastes hercules., the very
largest known species of the coleoptera
or beetle family. Full grown speci
mens of this gigantic representative of
the hard winged bug family average
six inches in length from the tip of
their pincers to the termination of the
wing covers. It has a long black horn
growing out of a head wich is even
darker than the horn itself. On its
lower surface the horn is covered with
a thick setting of gold colored bristles.
which the entomologists say are used
by the insect in capturing Its prey.
Another and shorter but more power
ful horn grows out from beneath, the
two forming a powerful pair of pin
cers. The creature has six powerful
legs, each armed with claws. The
elytra or wing covers are of a dapple
gray color and the underparts of the
body black. Takren all together, It Is
a formidable creature, with strength
sufficient to catch and hold a bird of
the size of the English sparrow.
A Well Taraned Monkey. ~
Paris Is a fav6fits- a'lC' for the
thief who uses animals iaccompllce.
About a year ago a for elgnloig
man, rather fashily dressd, entered
a jeweler's shop in the Riuede Ia Paix
and asked to be shown some rings. A
tray was placed before him, but he
asked for another. The shopattend
ant turned to get them. The man did
not move; but, as it happened. there
was a mirror in the opposite wall be
hind the counter, put there for the
special purpose of detecting thieves.
In this the attendant saw a tiny brown
head poked out of the customer's pock
et; then a long, thin, spidery arm flash
ed out, seized two rings and vanished.
The attendant touched an electric bell,
which summoned help, and the man
and monkey- were'both -arrested. The
Ti turned:outtobe h-Mexica-- He
had*been -traveln i gwth -W, mdimagrie,
had stolenthe*tonkey- auditadghtithe
little - anibmt'fo -pick up -an *artlcle
'el-with hisfinger.- His l6dgigs were
fiilf stolen laci and jewelry.
Human Pack Horses.
"A hitese coolie," said a mission
ay, ill arry1-o i-ds forty miles
a day over difficult and mointainous
roads.. His pay will be threepence per
day. and on this he will live well
enough, eggs, for example, costing only
a penny a dozen in inland China.
"There Is no porter on earth equal
to the Chinese coolie. The coolies who
carry Szechuen tea into Tibet travel
over snow choked mountain passes
7,000 feet above the sea with loads of
432 pounds of compressed tea on their
"Salt, coal, calico, copper and tea
are carried by coolles thousands of
miles. The express coolie, with his
Ught load of 107 pounds, swings along
at the rate of forty miles a day. The
accommodation coolie, with.160 pounds,
does thirty miles. The iasifreight
coolles. loaied respectifely .wIth 200
pounds, 300 pounds and 400 pounds, do
twenty, fifteen and ten miles.-Pear
An Oyster Gormandizer.
"When should oysters be eaten?"
Our question would have received a
ready answer froin. a certain seven
teenth century worthy. Henry. Has
tings, second son of the Earl of.Huh
tingdon, was the man. An livitation
to hisparlor and the guest would'have
met an oyster table where his host ate
oysters twice a day-wet or fine-from
Jan. 1 onward to Dec. 31. In other
respects he might be called "eccen
tric." His great ball, for instance,
was strewn with marrowbones and
full of hawks' perches. hounds, span
iels and terriers," and all his old bats
and here is a use for the old hat-were
stuffed with pheasant eggs. When he
died in 1650 he had missed his century
by one year. Oysters three times a
day and he might have achieved the
distinction. He was a sportsman.
Lightning Kills Few.
In 1906 lightning killed only 169 peo
ple in this whole.country. One's chances
of death by lightning are less than two
in a million. The chance of death f'rom
liver, kidney or stomach trouble is vast
ly greater, but not if Electric Bitters be
used, as Robert Madsen, of West Bur
lington, Ia., proved. Four doctors gave
him up after eight months of suffering
from virulent liver trouble and yellow
jaundice. He'was then completely cur
ed by Electric Bitters. They're the
best stomach. liver, nerve and kidney
remedy and blood purifier on earth.
Only 50c at all druggists.
Musio of "The Lost Chord."
The music of "The Lost Chord" was
composed under mnost touching condi
tions. Arthur Sullivan was watching
by the bed of his dying brother, Fred
erick. One night shortly before death
the invalid sank Into a peaceful sirm
ber. Arthur, who attended his broth
er day and night, took the oppor
tunity to read, and It happened that
his eyes fell on Adelaide Anne Proc
ter's poem, "The Lost Chord." The
verses Impressed him greatly, and mu
sic appropriate to them suggested It
self to his mind. Taking a sheet of
music paper, he began to write, and so
absorbed was lhe in his task that he
sat hour after hour working at It until
the song was completed. -Probably
the acute emotional conditions under
which the music was composed ac
count largely for the power to touch
the emotion~s which undoubtedly "The
Lost Chord" possesses.-George Leon
Varney in National Magazine.
A Go as You Please Railway.
The Quest-Etat railway Is a stand
ing joke In Paris on account of Its
slipshod ways. They tell there this
story of an incident which happened
when M. Briand was premier:
A Russian prince was in Brittany
and wanted to come up to Paris. He
telegraphed to his secretary: "Shall
arrive Invalides tomorrow 8 a. m.
Don't want accident to train. See
Briand about it." The secretary call
ed on the prime minister, who was
most affable. "It is not the general
custom on the Quest-Etat to avoid ac
cidents," he said, "but I will ask the
director to see what. can be done."
The express arrived safely without
the smallest mishap, but six hours and
a half late, during all which timo the
Russian prmece's secretary had been
waiting on the platform.
No Reason For It
When Manning Citizens Show the
Certain Way Out.
There can be any just reason why any
reader of this will continue to suffer the
torchers of an aching back, the dangers
of kidney ills when relief is so near at
hand and the most positive proof given
that they can be cured. Read what a
Manning citizen says:
George June, of Manning, S. C , says:
"I am pleased to make the fact known I
that I have been benefited by Doan's 4
Kidney Pills. My kidneys troubled me
and the kidney secretions were unnatu
ral and were filled with sediment. My
back was lame and I did not get much
rest at night. Doan's Kidney Pills
which I obtained at Dr. W. E. Brown
& Co.'s drug store, removed the lame
ness and soreness and after taking this
remedy, I felt much better in every
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
Ne w York, sole agents for the United t
Remember the name-Doan's -and
BANISH THOSE GRAY HAIRS1
Kill the DPadraff irMs- Stop Hair Falng
I Thousands of mothers are looking younger. Their gray
hairs arc gone. The natural color has come back, and with it
a nc-:v growth of s0', glcssy, luxuriant hair. Why should you
look old before yo-zr time, when you can Eook years ycunger
by using Dandruff Cured
removed all the
dandruff and IV t
my scalp c!ean,
white and smooth.
Rochester, N. Y.
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It other -s.-caTicd" Restorers have failed, don't give up
hope. but give WYETH'S SAGE AND SULPHUR HAIR
Ri.MEDY a trial. You run no risk. If it is not exactly as rep
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1My hair was 90ctLir quite gray and F07 t770 o- three year my hair
Et.1iing out rapidly and I was trou'Led had been fall!nS out and getting
1%-h a terrible itch ng o: the scalp. .y quite thIn untL the top of my
1:e.1 was full of dand-al-I. which fell bead w= an oly bald. %,bout
uea my clothes and kcpt me contnual- four monthe aZn I commenced us
Sly brushing it off. T.hlle on a visit to Ing Sa:c =nd Sulphur. The fnrst
-nechester I beard of your Sage and Sul- bottle secetnd to Co some good
rhur for the hair. I got a bottle and and I kept usn-, it regularly until
i-.:sd it. A few applications relieved the now I have uzed four bottles. The
!tching, my hair stopped falling out and whole top of my head is fairly
Zradually came back to Its natural color, covered and keeps coming in
it is niow a ni;ce dark brown coior. soft, 'thicker. I shall keep on using it
~ossy and pliable. Sevcral or my friends a while longer, as I notice a ton
-: t to use It. and I want to know what ztant Improvement.
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Y;:1ZS E. A. RlOSS, Rochester, N. T,
shgbon, Mercer Co., Pa.
50e. AND $1.0 A BOTTLE-AT ALL DRUGGISTS
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Will Send You a Larae Bottle, Express Prepaid.
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Wyeth Chemical Company R .
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FREE~a c wrapping and mailing the soa:.
and the Automobile people know it. I am selling the
only practical business Automobile on the market. I
The Brush Machine
The most practical economical, and certain car made.
to go over 20 miles of our worst road with just one
gallon of gasoline.
We guarantee the springs not to break, no matter
the load or the road,.
Write or ask us about this machine if you are
L IME, C EM EN T
9. Acme Plaster, Shingles, Laths, Fire
9.Brick, Drain Pipe, Etc ::. : :
9. Rice Flour, Ship. Stuff, Bran, Mixed
Cow and Chicken Feed :::::;
9. ~ Buggies. Wagons and Harness.-No+
Order Too Large or Too Small :: :
BOOTHARBY LIVE STOCK CO,;
SUMTER, SOUTH CAROLINA
A SALE OPPORTUNITY,
S I have immediate demand for 150 to 200 acres w.ithin
6 miles of Manning. Trauct must have good b to 8 room@
dwelling and be located in a good, healthful neighborhnood, 0
on public road. If you have anything to offer. of about
this class, I can make a quick sale for you.
S N. B.-Have funds of $500; 81.000, and $1,500 to loan
on first mortgage real estate security.
SCity, Farm and R ~i~l leal Estate Loans,
STimber Property Money Invested at
Sold on Comission g g 6, 7, and 8 per cent
REAL ESTATE ATTORNEX,
Sumter. S. C.
Notice is hereby given to the qua]- O is-ls elEtt
fled electors residing in Sandy Grove ~lggS
3chool Dlistrict No. 17 that an elec
ion wil be at the Barrineau school Pi~y&O~yn
louse on June 23, 191I for the pur
)ose of voting an additional levy of ATO EY ATLW
wo mills (2) annually for school pur
oses in said district. Polls open from Mnig .C
A.M. to 4P. M. By order ofTrns
ees of District No. 17. HALO DUAT
R. E. SMITH.
R. E. BURGESS.ATONE ATL ,
J.A. BARtRINE AU,
June6,111. A an ninS. . C
White Dress Fabrics.
The Stock we represent in White
Goods is the prettiest ever shown in
this town. Every wanted effect in
all of the Sheer Fabrics is included.
Messalines and Foulards
Also the most desirable weaves
and shades in Messalins and Foulards
All the popular Novelties are shown
at The Young Reliable's.
Ladies' and Children's
Also- a beautiful Line of
Fancy and Tailored Shirt
Come and look our Line over for
values in Lace and Embroidery, we
have the leadership. The important
feature of our Goods is that, our
price is no higher for spring 1911
"The Young Reliable.
If you want a fine garden
and truck patch' this year,
Manufactured by us, espec
ially for vegetable crops..
Put up in 100. pound bags
which are much more easily
handled than the regular
200 pound bag.*
Price, $1.50 per bag.
T0 THE TIMES OFFICE.