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Men's Suits, sold olsewhe
Men's Suits. sold elsewhe
Men's Suits, sold elsewbe
Mlen's Suits, sold elsewhie
We will close out ou
Trousers. the $1.50 kind.
also Boy's School Suits, r
Reading yor the Sick.
"And now a word about patient at
may feel like reading," said t i..'
physician to the nurse. "Whe;::t:
ask for sor.2ething to read be sure to
give thema continued stories-alway:3
"'Is that wisey' she ventured to re
monstrate. "Won't the e:xcit:ner.1
over what is going to happen in the'
next number have a bad eiseet:"
"No. Even if it does it wi:1 be coun-~
teracted by the encourageme~nt. S:ck
people have queer fancies. Gne of tim~
queerest pertains to literature. Feedi
a patient's mind with nothing but shoit
stories and he will certainly get into
his head that he is going to die so
soon that it isn't worth while to start
him on a long one, And he will droop
accordingly. But give him only yarns
of the to-be-continued-in-our-next va
riety and he will take it for tgranted
that you expect him to get well so he
can finish the story, and he will i'erk
up amazingly. Just try it."
The nurse did try it and found that
the doctor's theory was built on a sure
foumdation.-New York Times.
Lion Signs In England.
In the middle ages ;lhe co'untry
houses of the nobility in England when
the owners were absent were aused as
hostels for travelers. The familyt :trms
always hung in front of the hous
and gave it a popular name among
travelers. who called a lion ".ele" or
azure, simply "red" or "blue." As these
nr-intimations of good cheer and
entertainment innkeepers adopted th..
- idea. -Lions have alwvays been :und are'
nowe" v'ery favorite signs in England
.ions white. black, red. browvn, golden.
yellow-red being the most common.
Probably the Red Lion or'iginatexl with
the badge or John of Gaunt. duke of
Laincaster. who married the daughter
of Don I'edro. king of Leon and 'as
tile, and who adopted the lioni ram
-pant gules of Leon to represent his
claim to the throne. Undrx JRichar'd
.and John lions becanme the set tkd
:arms of Englan~d and were genIeraly
used by those who could ilnd any
Rook and Gull.
The rook appear's to have bece
the bird whose nme stands for swin
die-rs in a distinctly unfair way. the
London Chronicle says. At first "rook"
meant a dupe, theni the verb "to) rook"
cameiI to meani to cheat, and out of
this was evolved --rook," a cheater-a
complete topsy turvy p~rocess. It is
curious that the same thing has not
happened to "'gull." Here also the
yerb came from the substantive mean
ing a dupe, and, as the gull strikes
one as rather a knowing bird, one
mnight have expected the same evolu
tion as .in the case of the rook. It
should be observed. however. that
".runll." a dupe, did aot refer spec'ially
to the seagull, the word having for
neriy meant a young bird of any
kiud. In Elizabethan English it signi
fied a callow youngster who wished
to be thought smart.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
eless to explai
1arkets. Of cc
~cause during II
~. We have non
at our store a
in this limited
eat $25.00. our price... .... ...
-at $20.00, our price...........
re at $15.00, our price.. .. .. ..
-at $10.00, our price.. .......
r Spring and Summer Suits regar
ye will sell at 89c. Other Trouse:
duced in proportiou..
H aF:: . Silent.
An ingeniou.< Vi u:: man once took
Ihis fiancee ta chi:: in a small our
try village, ::nd when the time for
' collection" came~c around he rather
c ostentatiously displayed at silver dol
lar. Presuming upon their engaige
mecnt, the young woman pilaced a re
straining handl upon the arm of -her
"Don't ibe so extravagant. George'"
"Oh, that's nothing." he repldied. "I
always make a point of giving a dol
lar when I go to a strange church."
Just then the deacon came with the
plate, and George dropped a coin.
Everything seemed favorable, and the
young man? beamed with a sense of
generosity. Then the minister gave
out the notices for the week and con
eluded with the wholly unexpected an
nouncemenit of the day's collection.
"The collection today." said he,
"amounted to t)5 cents.'
George hadn't much to say all the
way to his fineees home.-H-oustonl
The Origin of Dunce.
A dunce is named after Duns Scotus,
the chief and leader of the schoolmen
who were in opposition to what was
called "'the new' learning" in the six'
teenth centrary. It is easy to see how
readily convertible the term would be.
Any - opponent of the new learning
would lie apt to be referred to as a
Dusman. or. more briefly, as a Duns,
to indiente that he held the views of
which Dunis Scotus was the most cmi
neunt representative. But as the time
went on and the new learning triumph
ed to call any one a Duinsmnan or a
dunce would be equivalent to describ
ing him not merely as opposed to a
certain set of doctrines, but as Inca
pable of learning and enlightenment.
It is certainly- hard upon D~uns Scotus,
as Archbishop Trench has remarked,
that he, "the subtle doctor" b~y pre
emiinence. the "'wittiest of the school
divines." as llooker ter-ms him. should
have his name handed down to future
ages as a synonym for invincih'le stu-;
A Matter of Breed.
"Them fellers in the otlic(e of the BAe
are- what I call fresh.' Dieaconi Ezra
Bullock remarked to his wife :it the
supper table on his returni from his
monthly visit to the town of Balston.
"H~ow so, fathiery' inquired Mir. inuI
"Well," Mdr. Butllock said. "'on. ' y
errands was from Sab~a Mai-he liggs.
She wanted I should tind out why they
hadn't punctuated her Ist poiem. The
seta copy,. ani' she* s:::i it madehr
most sik the wayV ij:1'd Sp'Uedl he
"Well. whenm 'd got loaded uti
come- home. I drove :'ound to the liee
ofnice ::n' comp'sin' room anm' beckon-I
ed a young feller in his shirt sleeves t
c omeL out.
' 'Now.' I says. '"ou'll do her a favor
if you'll tell mec why you didn't punctu
ate Saba Mabel ltri-r::s' last poemy'
''Cert'nly.' s's he. 'I'm not a point
er; I'nm a setter.'"'-Youthi's Compan
Could He!p Har.
Fussy Lady Patien:t-I was suffering
so much, doctor, that I wanted to die.
Doctor-You did right to call me in.
dear lady.-London Opinion.
IWhat kind ofpaersmbea
n why everybody is happy
urse, everybody knows wha
iis stay North he bought u]
i big sale, but instead of call
r in stock the biggest assor
ad only ask your inspectior
t a great saving. We would
space we will quote a fev
....S.. 15 00)Slz iead uciiM yM
S12 7-5 1Shoes, we will sell at the following cut.
9 50 The 65.00 kind Reduced to S4.00;
7 30 the S3.00 kind, $2.25, the 82.50 kind, $1
die of cost. N 98c.
s, Men's and Boy's. All Low cut Shoes and odds and <
ficing price t> clean up.
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TO THE TINES OFFICE.
to know that M
t that means. E
3 the biggest bai
ing it a sale we'
tment of all up
Land we can coi
[like to give you
7 prices at rand
mnton and other well-known best mak
,he 84.00 kind, $3.25; the $3.50 kind. 6
.90; the $2.00 kind, S1.25: the $1.25 1
mds High -cut Shoes will be sold at a
ING, 8. 0.
Why not take a trip to Florida or
Cubai They have been brought with
in easy reach by the splendit!
Through Train Service of the~ At
lantic Coast Line Railroad. Write for
illustrated booklets, rates or any
other information, which will be
tGen. Pass. A gent,
Wilmington, N. C.
DRJ. A. COLE,
Upstair~s over Bank of Manning.
MA NNING, S. C:
Phone No '77.
D .J. FRANK GE1IER.
MANNING, S. C.
R. 0. PURTJDY. S. OLIvSit 0 B3itYAN.
P URDY & O'B3RYAN,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
MANNING. S. C.
Hacker Mfg. Co.
Geo, S. Hacker & Soi,
CHARLESTON. S. (C.0
WE DEAL IN a
Glass. Sash Cord and Weights.
W ~. C. DAVIS. J. A. W\EINIIERG.
DAvls & WEINISERG,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
MANNJ.NG, S. C.
Prompt attention giveni to collection:. T
Succeed when everything else fails. the
IIn nervous prostration and female
veaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND
it is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.
-nnanI Ianre nsna
:r. Krasnoff has returned hor
rasnoff's return means mor
-gains for his trade at home.
gill give you even bigger bai
to-date goods. We carry no,
vince you that all your wa
L prices on all our goods, but
es of Furniture is a side line with us, on which we don't
ing old-timers in that line our trade demands of us to car
ind. fore, sell all Furniture at cost, and if you contemplate f
will be to your own beneft to come and see us. .We hav
acri. of up-to-date Furniture, Art Squares, Rugs and Matting,
that we will save you at least 20 to 25 per cent. on your
Oil Cook Stoves and Bakers.
Fireless Cookers, Ice Cream ~Churns
- and Refrigerators.
These are some of the things we have that will help
housekeepers over the hot Summer days.
A Car Load ELLWOOD and UNIVERSAL
.WIRE FENCE has just come in.
Another Car PITTSBURG PERFECT to ~
come next week.
We solicit your trade, and promise best treatment to all.
d the Automobile people know it. I am selling the
ily practical business Automobile on the market. I J
ie most practical economical, and certain car made.
go over 20 miles of our worst road with just one
lon of gasoline.
We guarantee the springs not to break, no matter
load or the road.8
Write or ask us about this machine if you are u
ae from the
tey in your
T es, every
w the finest
ats can be
make any profit, but be- .
ry it in stock. We there
urnishing your house it
~now in stock a full line
~, and we can safely say
Notice of Discharge.
I will-apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon county, on the -
30th day of August1911, for letitems oU.
:lischarge- as guardian :for Riehiard.
Baker' Belser, James Edwin Belsei-,
Et Hugh Belser-and Irvine FEBelser,
Mas S. If. BELSER,
Columbia, S. C., July 28th, 161
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Prc
>ate for Clarendon counity, on the
gh day of August 1911,~for letters of
hischarge as administrator of the es
;ate of R. H. Beleer, deceasede '
- W. S. BE1aEA
Columbia, S. C., July 28th, 1911.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Pi-o- 2
>ate for Clarendon county, on the
0th day of August 1911, for letters of
lischarge as Executor of the estate of
tev. John Manning, deceased.
A. E. FELDER,
Only Licensed Pharma
W. E. Brown & Co.
.K. HAWKINS, NMgr.
M ANNING, S. C.
What They Will Do for You
They will cure your backache,
rengthen your kidneys, cor
:ct urinary irregularities, build
p the worn out tissues,. and
iminate the excess uric acid
iat causes rheumatism. Pre
ent Bright's Disease and Dia.
ates, and restore health and
rength. Refuse substitutes.
W. . ROWN & Co