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Forced To I ave VN.
Er*. y2~ear a i?aigc Ik i
suffir wuose lungs are cro and
rac.ked 'ith coughs, are urged to go to
another clirnate. But ths is. costly and
not. always sure. There's a oct er way
Let Dr. hii'sDew Discove-r cure you
at home. "It cured mJe of lung t rouble.
writes W. R. Nelson, of Calamine, Ark..
"when all else failed and I pmieod 47
pounds in weight. fts surely the kiniI
of all cough and lung cures." Thous
ands owe their lives and heaith to it.
-Ip.s positively auaranteed for Coughs
all Throat and Lung troubles. 0e and
$1.00. Trial bottles free at all druggistm.
The Eddystone lighthouse, fourteen
miles off Plymouth. England. and ex
posed to the full fury of the south
western seas, was built by Winstanley
In four seasons. Begun in 10 and
fnished in 1700. it was destroyed in
the dreadful storm of 1703. The sec
ond structure was completed in 170S
and destroyed in 1755, after it had
faced the wind and the waves for
something over forty-six years. The
third tower, finished in 1759 and con
demned in 1878, was followed by the
present wonderful structure. which
since 1882 has been defying the ele
ments while it fashed out over the
- terrible waters its saving light. Since
the brave Winstanley built the frst
Eddystone lighthouse similar safe
guards have sprung up like magic sen
tinels along all the coasts of all the
oceans, and those who sail upon the
great deeps of the earth are forewarn
ed and forearmed against the dangers
-which threaten them.-New York
An Effective Prayer.
"Years ago," says a well known ac
tor, "I appeared in an amateur per
formance of a play that had a distinct
religious flavor. The leading player
had studied for the ministry and had
a deep and sonorous voice. In one of
the scenes the lights were supposed to
be turned down and a raging storm
simulated. The accompanying lines
* "'O Lord, deliver us from the pow
ers of darkness.'
"The leading man spoke the lines,
but darkness didn't follow. He spoke
them again, and still the stage was
distressingly light. Finally he roared:
'O Lord, deliver us from the pow
er of darkness and also give that fool
gas man sense enough to turn down
"The gas lights went down, and the
audience roared."-Pittsburg Chronicle
The Bible as a Detective..
The Bible was used until quite re
cent years for the detection of thieves.
Dr. Jessopp told in 1882 how there
were still persons living who had wit
messed the ordeal to which an East
Anglican parson subjected his servants
when his cash box was missing. He
ordered them all into his bedroom and
ranged them around the walls. From
the center of the ceiling hung the rope
used to lower coffins into the church
yard graves, wound round a Bible,
from the. leaves of which projected
the church door key. This was sent
splnning round, and the one at whom
the key pointed when it stopped was
proclaimed as the thief. Happily the
man thus marked out was able to
prove an. alibi. But this did not con
vnce the servants that the test yras a
bad one. They only concluded that the
thief was not there.-London Chron
- An Unbeliever.
"This here paper says as how they've
.ust discovered the remains of a thirty
fve foot saurianu in Nevada."
"What In thunder's a saurian?"
"Blamed if I know. I s'pose mebbe
it's somethin' like a sardine."
"Huht You ign'rant chump, they
ain't no thirty-five foot sardines."
"Well, there couic be the remains of
one, couldn't they?'
"Haw-haw! Who'd ever buy a box
of them things?'
"Darn you, you're just like all the
rest of these here smart guys that are
upsettin' religion. I think they is re
maIns of thIrty-dive foot sardines in
Nevada. I got faith to suppose that
they is also remains of men big enough
to buy 'em by the box an' eat 'em
on crackers. You know what you are?
You are one of these here atheists!"
New York JlournaL.
Pyramid of the Sun.
The most colossal structure of pre
historie man in America, known as the
pyramid of the sun, is at Teotihuacan,
Mexico, not far from the capital.
Close to the great pyramid stands the
pyramid of the moon, which the build
ers regarded as the wife of the sun,
and surrounding them are nearly 200
mounds of greater or lesser magni
tude, which tradition says were crown
ed by temples and public buildings.
Two hundred and sixty-eight steps
lead to the summit of the pyramid of
the sn, which is216 feet high. It Is
71 feet square at the base, and the
summit Is 59 by 105 feet.-National
A Real One.
"Is this a problem play?' asked the
one night stand critic of the mager.
"It Is," replied that worthy.
"And what," asked the critic, "Is the
special problem presented?'
"How to get money enough into the
box office for railroad fares to our
next date,"' said the manager, with
pointed brevity.-Baltimore American.
The Other Side.
"It's all very well for the minister tc
preach from the text, 'Remember Lot's
wife," said an overworked. discour
aged mafron, "but ~I wish he would
now give us an encouraging sermor
upon the wife's lot."
A Boston girl who was watching a
farmer milk a cow adjusted he!
glasses and said, "It is all very plain
except that I don't understand howu
you turn it off."
Nell-Men are such helpless things.
Belle-Yes; they can't even fall in
love without a good bit of assistance.
Most of our riches lie in the ability
to check foolish desires.
No Need to Stop Work.
When your doctor orders you to stor
work, it staggers you. "I can'' yoi
say. You know you are w'ee. run-dowr
an'd failing in health. day by day,. btn
you must work as long as you can stand
What you need is ElectrC ic Bters tC
give tone, strength, and vigor to yomn
system, to prevent breakdown and buiiC
you up. Don't be weak, sicidy or aumi:
when Electric Bitters will ben~efit yot
from the tirst dose. Thousands blesi
them for their glorious health anc
strength. Try them. Every bottle
guaranteed to satisfy. Only 50c at al
ra: crif Pori ',rust'') to i
rm i--h my very propery be
of anti1uiie ie d a s 0dor
silio Spciensar obtained from
the ,aient i-uri. 'laces vf Peru. One
of these cou:i ts of two vases. whose
bodies are, joine.d o'ne to the other. with
a Dole or openi'.a between theia. The
UQLk if one of t!:ese vessels is (l'5ed.
with the exIIpI( in of a smaall opening
in wilici 1 :7 pliP! i isinserted. lead
iug to the bo::y of the whistie. The
I closed neck of this double vase is
tuodeled into a representation of aI
bird's lead. When a liquid is poured
into the open :cked v:Se the air is
compressed in 1I:o otIer. and in escai
ing through the narrow opening is
forced into Ih. whistle. the vibration
produc-ing sondi. ~Many (' these
soutis represen'it I th ntes of birds:
one in the -cvQlection at the B'riish
xuseuim imitates th notes of the robin
sor Xme otller men)e.r of tli thrush
tribe. petculiar to leru.-Harpers
A Shave In Chir.a.
The Rev. Louis Byrde. I missionary,
gives an interestin:: account in a Lon
don pappr of :I shave in China. He
writes: ''Te gre:uest trelt whici I
only give on special occasions is a mid
day shave in pnublie. In the early morn
ing a Chinese inn is terribly dark, and
at night bed soon claims one. I select
a table at the street front (the whole
front ls formed rof movable doors,
which are entirely taken away during
the day) aid. provided wit ii the neces
saries. commence oierations. Fifty or
sixty people stand round int ranks. the
innermost eireles consisting of children
and the outer rings of men and
mothers with their hahes. Not a word
is uttered: all eyes: are fixed first on
the shaving brush as the soap is hith
ered on the face. ::nd then on the razor
as the stubble fails. The Chinese never
shave themselves, and possibly to see
a man handling a razor on himself may
suggest that .he is about to commit
harakiri in their village."
Bucked the Tiger.
The forest land of sotthern India
possesses : breed of br-ffaloes vastly
superior to the ungainly creatures of
the plains. They are shaggy haired
and massive. with thick, short horns.
and possess immense strength. A herd
of these buffaloes was grazing when a
tiger came cut of the forest near by.
The herdsman shouted. beat his staff
on the ground and tried to scare away
-the brute, but it would not be scared
and sprang upon him. knocked him
down and stood over him snarling.
He gave himself up for lost when the
bull of the herd charged savagely upon
the tiger and knocked him fully twen
ty feet. The attack was so sudden
and the shock so great that it took all
the fight out of the tiger. He gathered
himself up in a dazed way and actual
Ty slunk off into the forest. The bull
shook himself, bellowed. pursued his
enemy a few yards and then went
quietly to feeding as If vanquishing a
tiger were an everyday occurrence.
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
still remains its hitrh place as the best
household remedy for all coughs and
colds, either for children or grown per
sons. Prevent~s serious results from a
cold. Take only the genuine Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound, and refuse
substitutes." Dickson's Drug Store."
Waking the Sleepers.
In a diary kept in 104G It is asserted
Zat "Allen Brydges has been chose to
wake the sleepers in meeting and, be
ing much proud of his place, must
needs have a fox taile fixed to the end
of a long staffe. wherewith he may
brush the faces of them that will have
naps in time of discourse." This en
ergetic individual was likewise armed
with "'a sharpe thorne" for the benent
of those who "be most sounde." There I
is a record of the use of this imple
ment upon Mr. Tomkins. who was
sleeping comfortably in the corner of
his pew when Allen "thrust his staff
behind Dame Ballard to give him a
grievous prick upon the hand, where
upon Mr. Tomkins did spring nr~h
above the floor and with terrible force
did strike his head against the wall
and also to the great wonder of all
'prophanelie' esclaim in a loud voice,
'Buss the woodchuckl' he dreaming,
as it seemed. that a woodchuck had
seized him and bit his hand."
Packed at Home.
As the new district visitor look-ed at
Mr. Leahy and noted his determined
chin she had a momentary sensation
of reluctance to question him, but she
overcame It and began her appointed
"Where do you deposit your wages,
Mr. Leahy, if you've no objection to
itelling me?" she asked. "1 am trying
Ito interest the neighborhood in the es
cellent People's bank, lately started."
"Sure, I'd as soon tell you as not,"
*said Mr. Leahy cheerfully. 'Tis tin
dollars a week I earn. Whin. I'e paid
the rint, the provision and grocery
bills an' the milkman an' bought
what's needed for Celia an' me an'
the five children 1 deposit the rist o'
the money in barr'ls. ma'am. I uses
sugar barr's mostly. They're a bit
larger and so holds more. But whin
1 can't get thim I make shift wid
plain flour barr'ls."-Youth's Compan
It is difficult to combine the attri
butes of the beau and the business
man, and the famous Lord Alt-anlecy
Idid 'not attempt the task. Largely
as the result of that philosophy which
led him to cavil at a friend's weakness
in "muddling away his fortune in pay
ing trazdesm(en's bills." he one cgy
d.ond himself in financia-i- Cifliculties
'and asked Charles Greville, the author
of the "Journals," to put his -affairs -
in order. The two men-Mr. Lewis
Melville describes the incident in
"Some Eccentiis and a Woman"
spent a day over ac-ounts. and Greville
found that the task he had undertaken
would not be so difficult as he had been
given to uinderstand. His relict was
not long lived. bowvever. for oni the foi
lowng morning he received ai note
from Alvanley saying he had quite for
Igotten a debt of ?.50.000.
Suited to the Occasio.
Nurse Girl-Oh, ma'am. what shall I
do? The twins have falica down the
well. Fond l-arenit-Dear mec. how an
noying! Jtust go ito the library-very
gently so as not to distuirb i'do-and
get the last numbler: of the Mfodern
Moth-: -'s Mlagazine. !: 'o:'ning ai line
article on "iIowv t, t:-in;: Up Chil
I agietrg thinik it's a !ae: -.-.i
Lover. She- has : :mav 0:
it off when the ,iw-r fe!!-: -: to
. certain celonl's gardener was go0
ug through te -oom; belonging to
ais employer when he saw a man
As the colotel had given strict or
lers that this was not to be permit.
.ed. the gardener accosted the man.
"You'll have to clear out of this," ho
said. "I've bad orders to keep all
these nuts for the colonel this year."
"That's all right," replied the man.
"I'm getting 'em for the colonel"
A week later the gardener came
icross the man again.
"Look here." he said angrily. "You
weren't getting those nuts for the
olonel at all."
"1 tell you 1 was." was the emphat
ic reply. "Do you think I was getting
'em for the sbells?"-Lond.on Ideas.
The Plumb Line In Porto Rico.
There are places where the direction
of a plumb lIne is not vertical. Irregu
larities of density in the crust of the
globe may produce this phenomenon.
A remarkable instance in point was
found in the Island of Porto Rico,
where the deviation from the vertical
is so great that in mapping the Island
the northern and southern coast lines,
as shown in the older maps, had each
to be moved inward half a mile.
A Dreadful Sight
o IT. .1. Barnum. of Freeville, N. Y.,
was t-he fever-sore that had plagued his
life for years in ViLe of many remedies
ie tried. A t last he used Btucklen's Ar
nica Salve and wrote: "it has entirely
beaied with scarcey a scare left." Heals
Burns, Boils. Eczema, Cuts. Bruises,
Svellinas. Corns and Piles like magic.
Driv 25c at ali druggists.
He Tdok the Cue.
He was a man who gave little and
got much. Today, for instance, be had
got a clothes brush. a basin of water.
a towel and a shine. and he had given
nothing at all.
Tr-r-r-ring! went his bedroom bell.
The hotel attendant smiled sourly.
This was the fourth time he had been
summoned, and he did not hurry.
"I thought you were never coming,"
exclaimed the visitor when the at
tendant appeared at last. "Are you
nicknamed 'Slowcoachy "
"No. sir," answered the attendant.
"They call me 'Billiard cue."'
"Billiard cue!" repeated the visitor,
frowning. Then an inspiration dawn
ed. "Ah! Because you're such a stick,
I stlippose?" he asked.
"Wrong again. sir!" returned the at
tendant. "It's because I work better
with a good tip."-London Answers.
A Herculean Katydid.
Experiments conducted by a natural
st attached to one of the goverment's
scientific bureaus at Washington ad
duced an interesting example of the
strength of the katydid. He harness
ed a katydid to a kind of sled made
by folding a piece of ordinary note
paper, and then loaded the sled with
various articles. The insect proved
able to draw, in addition to the orig
inal paper, twelve paper sheets each
3 by 4% inches, a large screw, two
steel pens, a stone weighing two
ounces and three and a half lead pen
cils. When the weight became too
heavy to draw otherwise, the katydid
got its fore feet over the edge of thie
table for a better hold, and on the
addition of another weight it increas
ed the adhering power of its feet by
moistening them in its mouth.-New
Common Colds Must be Taken Seriously
for' unless cured they sap the vitality
and lower the vital resistance to more
serious infection. Protect your children
and yourself by the prompt use of Fol
sy Honey and Tar Compound and note
its unick and decisive results. For
oughs. colds, croup, whoopinst cough,
bronchitis and affections of the throat,
hest and lungs it is an ever ready and
vluable remedy. Dickson'sDrug Store.
Genesis of the Playhouse.
Thespis in 536 B. C. acted his plays
in a wagon. In 499 B. 0., during the
time of Aeschylus, creator of drama,
the performances took place upon tem
porary wooden scaffolds, one of which.
having collapsed during a representa
tion, the Athenians were induced to
build the great theater of Dionysius,
calling it the Lenalon, which was the
first permanent stone structure of its
kind. it required 160 years to erect it.
There was no scenery, but he scene
was decorated so as to represent the
locality in which the action was going
on. Roofless was his structure, but
around the buiflding were porticoes, to
which the people retreated during raIn
storms. Sometimes awnings were used
to ward off the sun's heat. Invari
ably the actors were males, who wore
masks with mouthpieces, answering
the purpose of speaking trumpets.
Owing to the vastness of the theater
metal vases were placed under the
seats to serve as reflectorE of sound.
Performances began In the morning
and usually lasted twelve hours.--New
Hanged and Buried and Lived.
It Is not given to many men to be
hanged and buried and yet be able to
tell the tale, but such was the experi
ence of one John Bartendale, who was
executed at York in 1634 for felony.
After his body had hung for nearly
an hour It was hurled. A gentleman
passing by the grave, whIch had not
been filled up, thought he saw the
earth move, and with the help of his
servant be disinterred the convIct, who
was still alive. It was the custom in
those days to bury suicides and exe
cuted criminals without any cofin.
The man was carefully treated and
entirely recovered. He became hos
tler at the coaching house in York and
lived a most exemplary life, When
asked what he could tell in relation to
hanging, as having experienced it, he
replied, "When I was turned off
flashes of fire seemed to dart from my
eyes, from which I fell into a state of
darkness and insensibility."
Plon-Pion and Bernhardt.
Prince Napoleon. commonly known
ts Plon-Plon, often used to come to
George Sand's rehearsals. He was ex
tremely fond of her. The first time
I ever saw that man I turned pale and
felt as though my heart stop~ped beat
ing. He looked so much like Napo
leon I. that i disliked him for It. By
resembling him It seemed to me that
e made him seem less far away and
brought him nearer to every one.
Mie. Sand Introduced him to me in
sl~te of my wIshes. He looked at me
in an mpertinent way. Be displeased
me. I scarcely replied to his compli
ments and went closer to George Sand.
"Why, she Is in love with you!" he
exclaimed, laughing. George Sand
stroked my cheek gently. "She is my
little madonna," she answered; "do not
orme h."v-ah Bernhnnit's Mem
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The Antiquity of Man.
It has been known during a long
time that In western Europe man ex
isted during the glacial epoch. We
now know that the great ice age con
sisted of different glacial times sepa
rated by interglacial times. In glacial
times the snow line dropped 3,000 or
4,000 feet below its present level in
the Alps. whereas in interglacial times
it lay about 1.000 feet higher than at
present. Thus the temperature seems
to have ben higher in the interglacial
periods thnii it is now. There is abun
dant evidence. in the opinion of Penck.
that man existed during the beginning
of the last glacial epoch. There is
some reason for thinking that at least
20,000 years have elapsed since the
last glaciation and that the man whose
jawbone was found in 1909 near Hei
delberg lived 200.000 years ago.-Scien
Improving on Shakespeare.
"h a Jacksonville court," said a
Florida congressman. ":1 lawyer quot
ed Shakespeare-' Who steals my purse
steals trash'*-to a deaf judge.
-What's thatT the judge demanded.
"'"Who steals my purse steals
trash." ' the lawyer repeated. ' - 'Twas
something. nothing: 'twas mine. 'tis
his and has been slave'"
'"'Louder! 1 can't hear you!' said
" "Whbo steals my purse," ' repeated
the unfortunate lawyer. '"steals trash.
"'Cant you speak up?' growled the
"At this point the crier thought It
time to interfere. He bent over the
judge and shouted in his ear:
"'He just says, sir, that anybody
what steals his pocketbook won't get
Cromwell and the Specter.
T'he stories of the "white lady" that
periodically visits the German royal
family and of the "little red man"
that frequently paid his respects to
the great Napoleon are tolerably well
known. especiallyv that of the former.
But few perhaps are familiar with the
story of Cromwell's "giant specter."
It appeared to him one night when he
was wide awake and quietly resting
on his couch. In appearance the ap
parition was a woman of gigantic pro
portions. Approaching him, she an
nounced in tones like thunder. "With
in the year you. my son, will be recog
nized as the greatest man In Britain."
He would be a heartless father in
deed, who did not allay baby's suifer
ing as did Mr'. E. M. Bogen of Enter
prise, Miss. He says:
"KMy baby was troubled with break
ing out. somethinglike seven-year itch.
We used all ordinary remedies, but
nothing seemed to oo any good until
I tried HUNT'S CURE and in a few
days all symptoms disappeared and now
baby is enjoying the best ci health.''
Price 50c. per box.
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A. B. Richards Medicine Co.,
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For particulal s address,
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ffice Over Bank of Sumter.
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The Weaker Sex.
The young w-oman had spent a busy
She had browbeaten fourteen sales'
people, bullyragged a floorwalIker,
argued victoriously with a milliner,
laid down the law to a modiste, nip
ped In the bud a taxid chauffeur's at-'.
tempt to overcharge her, made a street A
-car conductor stdp the car in the mid
dle of a block for her, discharged her
maid and engaged another and other
wise refused to allow herself to be
Yet she dld not smile that evening
when a young man begged:
"Let me be your protector through
Many Manning Readers Haye Heard. It and
"Good news traveis fast," and the
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izens are telling the good news of their
experience with the Old Quaker Rem-.
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An Ordinance to Prohibit Minors Playing Pool
or Billards i the Town of Maning.
In-~*u 'Ir bit by the ul~ Maor ajd A
rm, i -..1 1 rwni (1; Mannin in
C'omswil 4.\.- mbe!-i anid by. virltne
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SFc-rrio I. Thbat it shall be nulaw
fil for 0i- ks-i-er or owner-of Uny.
pool or billiard table wihin the town
of Manning to :LllOW any iinorunder
eighteen years of age to play pool or
billiards in any place where tables
are used aui such gaies are played,
or to allow -ucli minors to frequent
or loiter in anly billiard or-poolroom.
SECTION II. Any owner, keeper or
person operating such gaming tables,
violating Section I., of this Ordinance
shall be deemed guilty of a-misde
meanor, and upon conviction.-there
of, shall be fined not less than ten
dollars, nor more than fifty dollars.
or be imprisoned at hard labor upon
the public streets of said town for not
less than ten, nor more than-thirty
SECTIO 11. This Ordinance shall
not apply to clubs or private homes
where such games are playedfor so
cial purposes only, without fee, toll
Ratified in Council this 4tlfday of
September, A. D., 1911.
T. M. WELLS, A. C. BRAn&AM,
ARANT'S DRUG STORE
Sells Everything in
D1RU6S and MEDICINES
Notice. of Discharie.
I svill appiy to the Judge ofrobate
for Clarendon County, 6n the 20tb day
of September, 1911, for lettersof dis
charge as administrator of the estate of
Chovine Richardson Holladaydeceased
BENJAMIN W."HOLL AIAY,
Manning, S. C., August 19,:-1911.
JOHN G. CAPERS, (of South Carolina).
ExCoD issioner InternalRevnene
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