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If you call at our store during our Majestic Demonstration
W-ek and allow us to show you the many advantages andl su perior
e calities of the Great and Majestic Range, and will purchase one
-the regular price, we will give you Free the beautiful and useful
Suotvenir Set of Ware illustrated in this advertisement. This ware
naade to match the quality of the Majestic Ranges, and we know
ladies will see the beauty and utility of this set. especially the
t4 three pieces, which are entirely neOw and cannot be hard alone
purchase, except at a very high price. The prices of Majestic
a1ges are the samne. but we give the set FR EE with each Majestie
Utge bought during the demonstration week only.
ONE WEEK ONLY.
No ware given after
SMANNING IIARWAIE COIVPANY
eWhere Can be Found
The Celebrated Prosperity Farm n
The Beautiful Sanitary Wall Coat- l
The High-grade Paints and Varn
The Incomparable 0. K. Stoves and
The Matchless for Strength Am.eri
can Wire Fence.
The Everlasting Hickory Leather
The Full Stock of Hardware. Enam
z elware and Crockery.
SThe Hearty Welcome for all our
pr Many Friends, at The
SMANNING hARDWARE COMPANY g
SAtlantic Coast Line.
Standard ra roadmof tie South. '.mie th Naio G i
Spot" thrturih the S dates of
Virginia. North Carolina.
GEORGIA. Alabama and FLORiDA.
5Four Famous Traiins
New York and Florida Special.
(January to April.
"Florida and West Indian Limited.''
"CatLine Florida Mali.
Dining Cars. a la carte sevi ;how '.r wrho :~ e .
York. to both Port Tampae andU Klid1. - .:na .r.: ' "i I; *
ships to and from Havana.
' Folder" address. I
WV. J1. CR AIG. T.~ v. il i T'F.
Pass. Traffic Mgr., i~n ' .~ n
ER-BUtR'N COOKER. STEANMER. CULLENDERA
nq ft w hm adnits water a~t the bottom. Nc
n on lo :. : i same time daLi1ingk off all the watl
ordinary Cender. It also fits Oil top of ma1
t. 5, 7
TC x t r a TUE MAjOSTIC IS-OZ. Al
I ron M arble.. Caop p er Nicekei-plated T e
lph,-wit. vih cover 1,ettle. iandsomlely nmekeled 0
hohs on cover. o)uts-de, uinued on tnside
MIC Marble- THE IAJESTIC Pater
1 uddin= Pan. Never-burn WAred DriPPin
for the Pan.-Size of pan 14% in- x 20
Made speckuy forthe Majestic Se
Reasons Why The G
st. It has the reputation of being
2nd. It not only has the reputati'
and we will prove this to you if yo
8rd. It is constructed of malleab
and of Charcoal iron, material that
than steel, is riveted together air
air enters the range. thus uses ver
4th. The reservoir alone is wort
other reservoir made. It boils 15 g
tea kettle, with pocket against left
sets on a frame. hence cannot weal
it can be moved away fro:n fire.
Ma jestie rangts use less fuel
hot ter: costs practically nothing J
lon(: bakes better: easier to keep cl
than any other range on the mark
the above statements are true, wol
Come in Demonstration Week
Fruit and Old Age.
Ph-siologists claim that growth from
infancy to old age is a process of grad- .
ual ossifcation and that the stiffness t
f a:e is caused by the deposits of cal
car-ous matter or earthy salts. There
fore a diet c.ontainling a large propor
tioni 41 these salts. food rich in nitro
e. such as the cereals, beans, peas a
and meat. increases the natural tend' t
ency to ossinication, says Health. ?0 or
this reason a diet made up largely of t1
fruit. which contains a minimum
aout of this calcareous matter, 1s
e-illc!!y best adapted to persons in o
adlvaPcing years. Large caters add to y
te libilitry of ossific deposits fromn e
oeorkin:: the eliminatinlg organs by
an excss of nutritive material untila
the healthful activity is destroyed.
and the whole system suffers in conse
quence. Old age indicates less .fooda
and a maximum amount of fruit as the
Sunken Ships Mark His Grave.
There are many monuments to the
"father of the British navy," Sir Fran
cis Drake, throughout the world, but
is tomb" is in the great deep upon
which he made his everlas tng fame.
Heie dl Jan. 2S, 1505, in hi2 ship the1
Delance, near the town of Mom~brU de
Ds est Indies, and in a leaden
ofon his body was lowered into the
waves some six miles from shore. As
a last honor to him two of his ships,
with all the prizes that were in the
fleet at the time, were sunk beside his
casket. At the time of his death the
great admiral was in his fiftieth year
nd in the prime of his physical and
intellectual powers. Since his death
t e 'ritishi navy has never been with
ut a ship bearing his name.-EE
ehange. __ _ _ _ _ _ _
A Judge and an Egg.
Tudes on the bench have been as
saulted. A litigant once threw an egg
at the late Vice Chancellor Malins in
Sglih court. The judge had the
prsence of mind to duck his head,
nd at the same time he established a
eputation as a humorist by remark
ig that the present must have been
intended for his brother, Bacon, thel
-ic chancellor, who was sitting in an
Lots of Talk.
"What we want," said the peace pro
mter "is a system that will permit
cndid discussion to take the place of
"Don you think." inquired the man
w ~ho was~ reading the sporting page,
"that orur professional pugilists have
come~ petty near solvin~g the prob
1e island of~ Santo Domingo there
Sa ren :be salt mountain-a mass
of crstlliae salt nearly four miles
long etim~ated to contain nearly 00,
00,.9 tons, and thie crystallized salt
s -ai to be so cleoar that medium
szed prnt can be read througli !
b1ockt a ot thiek.
PoetAll my life seemed to go intd
tait poem. I was pe-rfctiy exhausted
en I hadi fiihed wvriting it Edi
-i smatize with you. I was
:w s:1: sme condtUon when 1
- trney -.md 8 adder' Hight
D DAINER-The Perforated Cooker.
thing can burn. Food can be lifted out
r. The Steaner or Cullervier !hown on
essel, and is un'a a steamer.
3 THE MAJESTIC 1I-oz. All
I Copper Nickel-plated Coffee
pot. Randnoniely nickeled on
outside and tinned on inside.
b TWO MAJESTIO Patent
:g Never-Burn Wired Dripping
. Pans. Size of pan 9 in. x 12 in.
. Made specially for the Majestic Set.
reat Majestic You
the best range money can buy.
)n but IS the best range made.
u will let us.
e iron, material you can't beat,
resists rust 300 per cent greater
ight. No heat escapes or cold
y little fuel to do perfect work.
h the price of range over any
allons of water; is heated like a
hand lining, and is movable and
out. When water gets too hot
heat more water-and heat it
>r repairs; lasts three times as
Lean and gives better satisfaction
t. If you know positively that
ld you buy a Majestic at once?
and We'll Prove It to You.
EN HA RDi
The Puzzle of the Pre.
There used to be an aged elevator
ian who operated one of the lifts In e
e house wing of the capitol. Most b
Shis passengers were either repre- t
~utatives or newspaper correspond- e
nts. The old man got to know all V
1'th correspordenfts very well and It
wavs had a cheerful greeting for 1L
et. It was often noticed, too, that
eseemed to be greatly interested In s
beir onversationl. iC
One afternoon, as three of them step- '1
ed out of the elevator, Sereno Payne
fNew York stepped In. As the car I
ent down the old elevator man turn- 1
d and said:
-1r. P'ayne, I can't understand
bout those newspaper men. They 1
"Wha's the trouble with themy'"
sied 31r. i'ayne.
"Well 31r. Payne, every day they C
de in this car one feller will turn
o another and say, 'What do you I
:now today y And the other fellow I
-1 answer. 'Not a -- thing. Wan?ti
yo you knowy' Then the first feller
ll answer. 'Nothing.' And yet, Mr.
ayne. the papers are just full of
iews every day. It beats me where
hey get it."
It beats ine too." said Mir. Payne.
Old Time Strawberries.
Straw.rries hatve initroved very
muh in flavor since the lifteenth cen
ary. Until lhen the only strawber
les eaten were wild strawberries of
ind whichl would never tinid a mar
e t uow:d(ays. By 1480O. however, they
rere beinning to be cultivated, for
aolinshed re'cords under that date a
articularly tine erop) grown by the
bishop of Ely in the grounds of his
palace now covered by Ilntion gardlen.
He quotes the Dutke or (;io)cester as
saying to the bishop: -'ly lord. yo
e 'er:: ;.ood strawberries in your
arden in Ilolborn. I require yout to
let us have a mess of them." This
spech was; copied almost verbaitim byv
Shakespeare in "Richard IIL." still.
even the bishop's fruit wvould not ap
peal much to modern connoisseurs, for
the garden strawberries at that period
were only transplanted wildlings, the
plants being sold at about fourpence
Origin of the Piano.
The pianoforte was directly evolved
from the clavichord and the harpsi
chord. In 1711 Seipione MIaffel gavel
aetailed account of the first four in
truments, which were constructed by
artolomeo1W Chrustofori. It was
2aedl by him the pianoforte and was
firt exhibited in 170P. MIarius, in
Fran~e. exhibited harpsichords, with
hammer action, in 1710. and Schrote-r,
in ermany, claimedJ to have invent
ed the pianoforte between 1717 and
172. 1arius was at first generally
credited with the invention. Pianos of
that period were shaped very much
lie the mnodern1 grand variety. The
firt square piano was constructed by
Frerica, an organ manufacturer of
Saony in 175S- The first genuine up'
riht piano was invented in England
ad the United States by John Isaac
Hawkins an Englishman, in ISO00
Detroit Free Press.
Ofice Ov-er Bank of Sumter.
ATTOR'NEY AT LAW:
UMANNTNG. S. C.
PEOPLE YOU KN
C R Breedin
Jno D Gerald
E E Hodge
Plowden Hardware Co.:
ajestic Range I bought of you
or anything like the price paiu
entleen--The Majestice Ra
claimed for it A splendid
, s. C.
General Bate's' Unlfghted Cigars.
eeral William B. Bate of Tennes
~after distinguished service in be
afof the south was governor and
ien United States senator. His bray
ryin battle was attested by a dozen
oufds, and in a single engagement
ire horses were shot from under
't was a habit of the old warrior,"
da man who knew him -well. "to
ninully carry an unlighted cigar
his mouth. but few of those who
tced It ever knew the reason of Uis
Ilre to smoke the weed. At the
tti of Shiloh he and a brother were
tadig side by side when the broth
r sked General Bate for a light, as
,ehad a cigar, but no match. The
neral lit a match and handed it to
iskinsman, who had scarcely applied
to the tolsacco crc a cannon ball
ame hurtling through the air and
eered the smoker's head from his
~y. The terrible tragedy of Shiloh's
ody field was why in all the years
at followed the surviving brother
;a neer known to light a cigar."
Our First Steam Warship.
The Fulton, which at the time of her
ostr1tionl in the early thirties was
lssed as a "steam battery," was the
rt United States warship that was
)rpelled by steam. She was built un
erthe superintendence of Commodore
~Itthew Galbraith Perry and at the
me of her completion In 1837 was re
;aded as one of the world's wonders
~yway of naval architecture and pow
~rat sea. The Fulton was the cause
fno little speculation on the part
)fEuropean powers, for at that time
h was looked upon by other nations
isall but invincible. When this won
e of the sea was put In commission
Cmmodore Perry, then holding the
ak of commander, was put in com
and of her, and he presently came to
bcalled the "father of the steam
ay." The Fulton was built pri
mrily for defense of New York har
bo, but she served as well to demon
state the practical utility of steam
poer for warshlps.-New York Times.
It Is almost a maxim nowadays that
a awyer's real importance at the bar
is n inverse ratio to his prominence
inthe papers. The truth Is that law
yes of great Importance seldom now
adys appear in court In the old days
thegreat lawyer was the eloquent
layer today the great lawer is the
llnt one Then bar reputations were
made literally at the bar. Today they
aremade in the offices of the sk~y
scrpers neighboring on Wall street.
InEngland a visit any day to the law
corts vil be repaid by the sight of
soe famus K~. C. assisting -the court
Ina dramatization of the trial chapter
from "Alice In Wonderland." Buht you
miht prowl for a month within the
preincts of the New York courthouse
witout encountering a lawyer whose
nae would signify anything remark
ableto the historian of the New York
2.- ~Amricnf Magaz~ne.
Common Colds Must be Taken Seriously
fornless cured they sap) the vitaliry
adlower the vital r-esistance to more
serius in fection. Pr-otect your chihie
andourself by the pr-ompt use of FI-'
esloey and Tar Cotmound and note
tuiek and decisive resuhts. Foru
ui.cohs. e~ roup. whooping cogh
oc n~hii and agfe, tions of the thr-oat,
cht. and lungs it is an ever ready ane
OW WHO USE ANE)
B A Johnson
A H Br-eedin
-im highly ileased with the
nd would tot do without it
T. F. COFFEY.
are Co., Manning, S. C.
g bouglht of jou has been all
oker in evarr way.
T. f. TISDALE.
tae of Souiti Carolina,
County of Clandonl.
OUVRT OF COMlDN PLEAS.
. e ?e. I. C. Sr rar- aned D)avis D.
oise. Exeentors ithe hist will
auuel Hampllton a1d H. Tr. Edens,
tINDER AND BY ;IRTUE OF A
Jugment Order of th~ouirt of Com
mn Pleas, in the aire stated ae
t o. t me direct ed. jaring d:ate oft
.n 7. 1911, I wiIfelI nt lb
eauet ion, to the hiisst bidder, for
cah. at Clarenldon Curt House. at I
nunin, in said coray, within the
leal hours for judiciaiales, on Mn
da, the 2nd day oi~ctober, 191
beng salesday, the folaving describ
"All that tract, piec parcel or lot
ofland, situate, lyin4.nd being in
tetown of Jerveyve, county, of
Clrendon, in said Ste, containmg
oacre, more or lestbounded on'
teNorth by lot No. 2East by land
ofRev. J. B. Hlarme, South by
White Pond street, -d West by I
~lariton street, this beg lot No. 2:3
na t of the villa; of Jervey
nd. Tracts No. 4 ar.g on Block
Bthe dimensions of tinsame~ being
hwn by a plat of the '2wn of- Rem
mimade by Pee Dee 3od and Ium- 9
prvement ~Co., recordcinl office C.
oC. P., for Clarendonl)unty, said
los being those purchad from J. 0.
Lnhamn by deed record in said of
eficin Book Q-3 page OC0
~rd. Lot No. :3 in BloeB3, purchas- %
edrom E. B. Gamble bred record
edin said office, Book 3 page G89.
thesaid lot having bee origimally
bagained for by Sanmn Hampton -
andE. B. Ganmble, and (mnble hav
in~ubsequetly couygg hris inter
tto the mortgagor.
4th. That lot of land iRemmni, i
iaidCounty and State~neasurm12
I oy feet front on Maiu~reet, and
onehundred feet in dept bounded
outhe North by public rdl leadin
todepot, East and Weeby A. S.
>stick and South by M[astreet.
Purchasers to pay for~ pai.
E. B. G.NBLE.
The Confederate MonetUt.
he novemert so long neieted has
atlst begun to erect a mamlent to
ete emory- 1f the heroes wlwore thne
aya~-soldirs whose reee;was the
mavel of the civilized worldlarenldon I
ow proposes to place upbonie -court
houe square a suitable m~arf its pa
trioism by having erected shaft min
nnr o those who respr~ndanld laid
dontheir livcs unou theimtuty's I
tt. All contrihutions se-to THE ~
aMANN TimEs will be ackwlee ed
thugh its columunS-.
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. n IT TERS m. I sta,~ ui
RECOMMEND MAJESTIC RANGES.
T F Coffey
W C Davis
J E Kelly
Plowden Hardware Co., Manning, S. C.
Gentlemen:-I have been us ing the Magistic Range, bought of
you nearly one year ago. It is by far the most practical stove
that has ever been in my family. It is most econmical in the
use of wood. A few small pieces of wood and a couple of
newspapers will cook a breakfast.
A. H. BREEDIN.
ONE WEEK ONLY
No ware given after
For Clarendeoi CounIy Schools, f
ON SALE AT THE
5,1 land 25c. Store3
By speciel arrangemnant this store has exclusive sale.
of School Books,9
Being he heviestbuyers of School Supplies in this
setowe otfer special inducements in large quantities
in the buying of Pen and Pencil Tablets, Pens, Pencils, '
Examination Blanks, Stationery and all other school
SEE THE 5,10O AND 25c. STORE.
Elipse Shoes for Mlen. Alvin Brand Olothing.
The Selby Shoes for Ladies. Howard Hats.
Papp Shoes for Children,. Sterns Brand Voil Skirts.
Eveythng ear aGuaranteed at
T u his, s gand opprtity to buy yor Fall Cioth
ing Soe, atsan Ldis'Wear, attelowest prices.
Come in and look them over and be convinced. A
large reduction is awaiting you in Clothing.