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The Russ:an Bash*-i 1z th.e Oldest
Type Stili In U-.
There is of mier:smig ccta
-wheeled vehicles in the National mu
seum in Washin.ton wich was ot
together for the purI e 1 f swi 0
the deve>:fent of cyances for
men and ebattels freu: the miost prim
itive times. One of the exhibizs is
a full sized carette or ox cirt uso.
by tie Indians . AriOf na :d Now
Mexic& as well -s in so:c of tihe -
mote parts of in. This en-t wUs
brought over by the early Spanishe
tiers. It has wheels about three :md
a hall fie-t n diameter. made of h
pieces of timuber fastened together with
dowels of wood. the wheel being hick
at the center to form the l.
Another prin:itive type of xv n
known tas the led river eart nud us-ed
by the half b:ieds in Cannd:i fl\- I
foot wheels. the wiheels in his s
having spokes. twelve in number. The
native driver of this cart sits in it
with his feet higher than his hips.
the shafts being higher than the bed
Oc-e wagon. There is also a repro
dueetion of an Egyptian chariot in the
collection, the wheels of which have
twelve spokes, with slots !n them near
the hub so that a rope can be rui
through to hold the spokes firmly in
What is thought to be the oldest typ
of vehice still in use is the Zrussia
biashkir or child's coieh, with vheels
made out of a solid slab of wood, hav
ing holes burned through the center
for the axle.-New York Sun.
Uncle Sam Has a Good Income From
a Few Side Lines.
Customs receipts and internal reve
nue taxation furnish the bulk of the
government's income. but the govern
ment profits by a snug sum from the
sources that grow out of sovereignty.
usually on the -penlny saved, penn'ly
earned" principle. For instance, about
$3.000.000 of small change is absorb
ed in the channels of trade each year.
During periods of great prosperity
this amount has been as high as $ .
Buying for 50 cents a pound blanks
that will make ninety nickel five cent
pieces is ):odtable business. The gain
is hardly less in one cent pieces. The
riEver in the quarter dollar would not
now cost more than 10 cents, although
it was somewhat higher when the
stock now being minted was purchased.
The treasury is the gainer fron the
destruction of paper money not re
deemed. It aso derives an income
from patents in the form of fees that
patentees pay for the privilege of
monopolizing their inventions and thus
in a slight degree shares their profits.
Other returns of this sort might be
enumerated, but the receipts growing
out of sovereignty are limited in scope
and are, after all. merely indirect
forms of taxation.-Harper's Weekly.
Just Like Home.
The two little girls. six years old or
so. were playing housekeeping all along
the garden wall, says the Milwaukee.
Sentinal. On some principle that no
grownup could realize one section of
it was the kitchen, another the dining
room, another the sitting room, and so
on. One small maid was the mistress
of the house, and the other was the
servant girl. Then the big man came
strolling along with a book in his hand
and, all unconscious. perched himself
on the softest stone in the midde of
"Oh. look how he comes and spoils
our play:" wailed one of the twai%
"No. indeed." replied the other. with
a happy inspirotion. "He's my .hus
band, and he's reading in his den, and
he's not to be disturbed, so weneedn't1
So the game went on.
Hidden Treasures of the Tiber.
The waters of the Tiber are said to
cover many costly treasures of an
tiquity. From Lake Nemi, near Rome,
many bronze armaments and statuary
from the floating palaces of the Em
perors Tiberius and Caligula have atl
ready been recovered. It has long been
the dream of poets and the belief of
antiquaries that the Tibers bed con
coals a vast amount of artistic treas
urs wvhich have been flung into it
either from wanton recklessness or for
the purpose of preservation from sac
rlege. There is a legend'-that Attila
buried all his treasure beneath the
The self made man has hardly ever
neglected to begin by laying in a large
supply of self esteem.-Chicago Ree
A stout heart may be ruined In fo
tune. but not in spirit.-Tietor Hugo.
The Wires W~ere Crossed.
Hotel Man (who thinks he is callinlg
down his butcher)-Say. I am shy
heart and a liver, eight ribs and a
shoulder. Now, I want 'em right away.
Railway O~iee (which has been con
nected by mnisiakeySotrry, but the
wreck has been cleared up.-San Fran
Easiest and Cheapest Way to Procure
' .o doubt most peop~le interested in
useful reading n:auecr winl thank us
for information. obtainmed through otl1
cial. sources. as to how public do;cu
mets can be procured with least trou
ble and at trifling expense.
The idea that prev ils m'ost gener
aly-t-hat this elatss of literature may
be secured through the courtesy of
members of- congress-is correct only
in so slight a degree that it had best
be corrected. There are nearly 500
senators and representatives: hence an
edition of severaml tl'ousand copies, if
distri-buted pro rata, gives to each only
U fewv eepies. Some of these the seria
tr or represenativl~e needs for refer
e~ae. he ew eftover are soon ex
Laute1. ndthoe oti lCtue(ts who
.hn rt o them*~ ar ncesa
SIKH R L IES. .
An -,.3 s
Ge -1-et .
T r r we 1
zhaae troublc. He sav Iidf:
tio e t i:I fo:.r beneticia 1ret"T e
,%N-!I ! ioale 10. 1
heminder:: f Nfapolo.
(" vcerkdai ew rIe isst u ws ill.ed
wtithnrs : of(- shtlich NapColesNew ors
uni LI-iC too ai tri e ti e ou:.Ii-is ouri
are:ing~. I r e Imarked. "Touht
ofV the. gra sruge intsu Frnc om-U~
bo araema wen. th the train
ofe ambitio of th~e gret n, C orng
ne ral~ t andwa aloin m touht
Co., Mwanin ta Lon Fiswher Sunm.t.
R, rnindorz of Nzpeieon.
statio was nncd-Wae fileo
th reuiters of the Napolenrl. wars
until I took a trip over the Missouri
aciuce's river brainch to rBoonvilie."
a t-.avellng man remarked. "Thoughts
of the net sta lio n w a ei non.
The: Cext to ad utpotn toe wh the
bakeman went through t the train
caing cNapoe on. B I recalled the areer
Of aMbi*EiOn Of the great Corsican gon
eal andl was allowving in y t!hoiuga ts
to wander in that vein when the next
station was announced-Waterloo. I
began to reall further incoaents and
thougts of the victorious general who
blasted nantolons hopes of a h relt
empire. IniagIne my surprise wvhen I
found the next station was Wellington.
The next stop ha-d nothing to do with
the Frenh wars, so I thoutet the -co
intre over. But I wanted to
learn the why of it all, so I ased the
conductor. le dtdnt answer. i ln e wtu s
Crouchy."-Knnsas City Jo'trmal.
For Infants and Chidrn.
'he Kin You Have Always Bought
Bears the ese pre
Wve cayb it a wihout one whow4 -
edeof .ts real significauce. The re
-e of cl I:; a beit which stretches
across th mientic and Pacific aimost
. j aliu with the equator. Here meet
th orh i a south trade winds, and
souai1's adlienC:vy rains are frequent.
but the caraicte:istic of this region.
which is atmwn also as the doldrums.
is an LIppressive calm. The name
loses much of the significance attach
ed to it by sailors in the past. who. If
their ships ran into that region, might
whistle in vain for wInd. as their sails
hung heavily. and- all'seemed to be
As !dle as a pzainted ship
tUhoa ::. palited ocean.
- Ingenious Old Jars.
From time to time fresh illustrations
r afforded ats to the ancients' in~ge
nuity, with special reference to wvhat
are termed the 'lost arts.''
Recently it has bee:1 shown that the
old iPeruvians must have understood
the laws of ntmospherir pressure im
order to construct the etlr:OtS jar and
vases they :ft- (The of thLse pieces of
potery was ornamented with the fig
ures of two munkexy5, and whed water
was noured into cor cut of the vessel
.o 's alite the screechinig of monkeys
wr heard. Another' similar ;vese
has the figure of a bird that uttcred
appropriate notes: another was orna
m~ented with a cat that mewed a:nd
another with snakes that hiss;ed. -A3
inenious water .j:r Lore the form of
an addi woman on whose cheeks tears
were seen to triekie. w k!!o sobs werie
heard when water was poured fro:.a
the jr.-NewX York Tribune.
on't Let Indigestion
Eat. Good food won't hurt
you. R. L. T. taken before
retiring will make you enjoy
our meals and digest your
food. You will soon become
trong and healthy.
The Liquid Liver Regulator
Cures Indigestion by restoring the
digestive organs to healthy, natural
action. It contains nothing but harm
less oils extracted from1 roots and
herbs. R. L. T. works promptly and
does not gripe. Its benefis are per.
manent. Guaranteed as represented
or money refunded.
50c and $1 Bottles
Ask Yotir Druggist
Preepare by R. L T. to. .nderson, S. C,
FO1 SALE BY
Ih~b-.!v-Ti~n wi eure l.
I5:21v-T bn i t. "I~ ou
For -4:, C:) tnr Ginjuinz Out
!at a i X0eood S. C. Address
Levvi Graos.. Snr.S. C.. tar call on
L-'or Sal.-12 N 12 Liddel ..\u:oma:ic
N 12 .\ti: F.ngine. ' N 12
h i T;r ylocr 1n-ine. Ail in line
Sond . Als 1 wo .grood mulies. W-*
S -* vvlo
1:03: ci-evd in: 1i:nuftez by w ool
'S ni:trv L o . Never Jlf ails.
m ae - a 'arlboro
ms : to ::e, them farms
in Ctre n ~ Wri t me)w what, you
h-C : i . . .b Newton,
beter a:: t'lom !. nd oes1 no: .,ripe
Y our attetion i. hereby directed to
fatI 1hat tere is a vacant Teacher's
S cho.arsh n in 't ou Car-oli na Un
ive' it.'- .-:uninat on will be held at
th Co11r' boue on .i y 12th. to ictte
I: e wimr T he total :noney
valu- f t'he hr; is $15S a year.
i Tis is vin excolent c.arce for soie
youngl- man,.' who de-sires a1id in obtaining-'
an cducatso:.. Th e winner f the
scholar-.hin wil! ie ep'cted to t-ach a
certain len-01h oz time after:rraduation.
h tie ii now siho: t and every younr
who ho any amution in tlos airectdon
lshou mIak the 4cCort. 1-'verv reader
I of thit: articlt sh-lould see that some
young man of your t1cquafIntance has
his atteton cad C:'i o it..
FC. JT. BRowNE,
County Supt. L.
arc unavoidable, but wecan help
you through them. We have a
large stock of New Tubes and
Tires on hand, and the prices
are righ t. In fact, we are able
to supply -11 your wants and
thank you for your business. 4
Hacker Mfg. Co.
ISeo. 8. Hacker & So,
CHAtRLESTON. S. C.
Doors, Sash and Blinds: Columns
and Balusters: Grilles -.nd Gable
Ornaments: Screen Doors and
W E~. IN
Glass. Sash Curd and Waights.
is now If you are ev er to begin
to save money this is the time. A
Bank Account is a help to every
one, and to a business man an
is an absolute necessity. Our
Bank wil look after your mionte
tary interests in a thor-oughly
trustworthly and satisfactory
The Bank of Manning
4 r. a 1/ .I
tCharinetom S. C
FO~' CLERK OF COURT.
T H--iEl-:Y ANN"OUNCE. MYSELF A CA\.
f.-m f the o te of Cler1 of Court for
tar a Conty. subject to thie rules of the
T. MITCH W ELLS.
PLEJYG1NG TO ABIDE BY THE RULES
ovf the Deimocratic Primary. I hereby an
3Wa1ne- mys..:f a caudidate for re election to the
):ice of Ce:k of Court of Clarendon County.
A RCHIE 1. 3AARION.
- ANNO'NCE MYSELF A CANDIDATE
.for the omtei of Clerk of Court. subject to
he rules of the Democratic Primary.
J. Ii. TIMMONS.
FCQ COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
A.M A CANDIDATE FOR THE OFFICE
oL.f County Supervisor for Clarendon County,
,ubject to tlheo rules of the Dem.eratie part.
FRANK P. ERYIN
T THl EARNEST SOLICITATION OF
Li y frinds I annuounce myself us a Candi
late fur Supervisor of Clarendon County. sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic primary.
W. R. DAVIS.
MO The LAers of Clarendon County:
.L I herehy announce mysef a candidate for'
ihe oude of County Supervisor of Clirendon
:nty. .subject to the action of the Democratic
primnaav. I was a candidate or this oflice eight
Lars ;:o. :nu was defeated only by a very few
votes. I have since felt very grateful to the
popie for the support given me in that election
td in .submiting my candidacy I do so entirely
in mi; own merit. and un this I ask the sup
)I.rt of the people of tha county..and if elected.
L promise to lool closelv after every section
4f the county and to faithfully discharge every
Ity of the offcee to the best of my ability.
H. L. JOHNSTON.
HERPBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate btr County Supervisor, subject to the
ules of the Democratic Primary.
J. B. HOLLAD N.
FOR SUfERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION.
I 11EREIIY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for re-election to the offee of County
superintendcnt of Education, subject to the
rules and re;gulations governing our Democratic
prim:aries. E. J. BSROWNE.
SUBJECT TO THE RULES OF THE DEMO
cratic party. I hereby ofer myself for re
clection to the office of Sheriff of Clarendon
,ountv. E. B. GAMBLE.
FOR SOLICITOR. ' 6
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN-.
. didate for re-election to the office of Solicitor
A Third Judicial Circuit. subject to the rules of
the Democratic primary. 1
PHILIP H. STOLL.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
I didate for the office of Solicitor for the Third
Judicial Circuit. subject to the rules of the Dem
:ratic primary. THOS. H. TATUM.
T TH E DEMOCRATIC YOTERS OF CLAR
Tendon County: I wish to announce that I
m a Candidate for the office of Coroner for
larendon County. subject to the rules that
:overn the Primary election.
O THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF CLAR
Feeling that I can discharge the duties of the
>lce of Coroner wth honor to myself and credit
o the county. I hereby announce myself as a
:andidate for the offce of Coroner for Claren
lon county. pledging myself to abide the result
the Democratic Primary.
JOHN L. JOHNSON.
T IEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
L didate for Coroner of Clarendon County. sub
ect to the rules of the Demoeratic primary. I
.m a graduate of Cedar Springs Institute forW
he deaf and the blind, I performed all of the
luties that was assigned to me there. I have
so made a good moral character here in the
:own of Manning.
-TH EODORE V. GRAY.
FOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
Ldidate for the Hou-e of Representative..
ubject to the rules of the Democratic party.
JOS. H. BURGESS.
r HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
. didate for the House of Representatives,
ubjet to the rules of the Democratic Primary:
R. D. WHITE.
THERE WILL DFI QUESTIONS OF IM
portauce to conie up in the next general as
embly. and wvith my practical experience as a
~eislator. I feel that 1 can be of service. I'
herefore announce myself a candidate for the
ouse of Represcutativeos. subject to the decis
on of the Demeeratic Primary.
-I. M. WOODS.
T ANNOUNCE MIYSELF A CANDIDATE
L for re-election to the House of Representa
.ives from Clarendon county, subject to the
HENRY B. RICHARDS( N. JR.
*ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A CA NDIDATE
L. for re-election to the House of Rtepresenta
ies. subject to rules of the Democratic pri
nary. JAMES REAVES.
rHEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for- the House of Representatives sub
ject to tne rules of the Democratic Primary.
E. M. KENMtEDY.
TalDitret--roisntN toaiethe re
ult of the Democratic primary. I hereby an
nounce myself a candidate for the omeie of Mag
I RESPECTFULLY ASK THE DEMOCRAT
ic voters of the Mannin:g jud~cial district to
ontinue me in the Ma;;istrate omeec for two
ears more. pledgin:: myself to abide the action
f the voters at the approachingi primary elec
tion. May -:fth, 191. 1). J. BR ADHAM. -
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CANDIDACY
for re-election to the offce of County Treas
urer. subject to the rules of the Democratic
party. L. L. WELLS.
IIHEREB3Y ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN-I
~didate for re-election to the office of Coun ty
Auditor, subject to the rule-s of the Democratic
primary. ANDRtE W P. BURGESS.
FOR UNITED STATES SENATE.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CA N
didate for the United States Senate. subjec
to the rules o-f the Democratic P'rimary. Your
support :and iueriece will be appreciated.
N. 11L DIAL.
Laurens. S. C..
pO M.Y FRIENDS .\ND CONSTITUENTS
(.. F TlE 1st SOCSTfi C.\ROLIN.\ DIS
Tii'T:---- i..I~Dir~~iic i
T- Ie:r ;mi you --'ce me to ci ufgrs by
o. . i:.- . - *'.ez et I i el it un
..ie 'nor uI~i- I. tc is satet and
country by rea i of hi lon service in C.n
r--s Tha each.r year h-- bcomuies moure familia
vi h thi- intricat'e*wtin iis of that great bod.|
trn-er andc :niore intinmate with his collencues
-n con-eiuently m'or- uef ul to you. You rea!
i..-iif cour thait I - m better e-quipped tid.y
than e before to fc:1111 the duties to w.h ih
vou i -t- haveassigne-m- I tru-st your conidence j
in me as~ expressed on more than one occasion
r-mams-n- the samei ans that von will so record
n~urv,.es n tecomn r'- 'imary.
V tan you earnstly-i sincere-ly for yiour
niest--m in 'he pas~t and I prom ise tmy
.bi-s- cffors iiou behalf in the futurec.
- GE. S. LEGiARIE.
PAttc-ev ano CO.iar a at, a
M1A NRNG S. C.
1.i :airUs overU Bank oif iainii.
M A NN!NG, S. C
gl TI E.STi FOR
EL E T R A C roS~SI
iiTT ERS. AND EIDNEYS
IPS TEA DRINKING TIME RIGHT
What's better than a full bodied, rich colored, well
blended Tea. with frizzled ice and lemon ?.
Our own Spebial Blends, Satsuma at 75c. the pound,
and Einpress at 60c., we consider not only excellent Teas
but unusual values.
These exquisite blends are the result -of more than
twenty years experience in testing and handIing fine Teas.
Free With Every Pound.
A handsome Colonial Crystal Ice Tea Tumbler. As
we cannot afford to give these valuable Tumbler. all the
time this offer is necessarily limited and is made to stim
ulate interest in these big value Blends. They'll go with
out the glasses when you get acquainted.
Manning Grocery Co.
Purveyors to Particular People.
For Boys and Girls.
Preparatory Course, Regular College Courses,
Teachers, Course, Business Course, Music, Art and
New Equipment, enlarged Facilities, Military Fea
ture for Boys. Rates within reach of all who want an
Write for Catalogue and other information to
W. W. RIVERS, President.
Orangeburg. S. C. C
Is calling you, the surf, the music, all cry out for
~you to follow the crowd. The
Atlantic Coast Line
ghas provided the schedules and rates; begining
Saturday, June 1st, to continue during the season
F or all trains of Saturday and morning
~trains of Sunday, limited to return until Tues-$32
day mid-night following.
For any information, call on
H. D. CLARK,
T.C GH~ eneral Pass. Agt.Tce Aet
Wilmirigton. N. C.
.5 WE GIVE
Plowden Hardware Co. ~
B~t~ P[~I~ [ . WC. DAVIS. J .w
We solicit your DAvls & WILDEMAN,
eaning and Pressing krTOR~NEYs A LAW ,
ark, and promise prompt and MANNING, S. C.
od serv-ice. We have employ -
pressers and cleaners with
~peince. and all work entras t- JoHn G. CPefS o r Souh Caolia)
1to us will be guaranteed. I OSEPH D. wRIG T ra ~v
Send your clothes to the Bon- CAPERS & WRIGHT,
n Pressm;g Club.ATRNTATL
MR. BUYER !.
See our new Moline improved Gearless Cotton and
Corn Planters, equipped with Runner Sweeps, Covering,
Blades and-Rear Press Wheel. Runner opens the fur
row, the Sweep levels the surface, the blades cover the
seed and the Press Wheel completes the operation.
This wheel is controlled by a lever. which lowers and
raises the frame and thus governs the depth of planting
Also a full line of Moline one and two-borse Steel
Turn Plows, Middle Bursters, one, two, three and four
horse Wagons, Buggies, Surries and Harness. Also some
nice Horses and Mules.
For Automobiles, see us. Some good second-hana
Automobiles at bargain prices.
D. C. SHAW CO
10, 12 and 14 Sumter St. 'Phone 553.
SUMTER, S. C.
G.NEATNESS OF APPEARANCE 3
REQUIRES SPECAIL EOFFRT IN THE
By patronizing our Laundry- and Garment Cleaning Departments
you will not only present a nobby appearance, but our service on
COLLARS, CUFFS AND SHIRTS
makes them stand the heat longer than ordinary methods, and suits
cleaned and pressed by us retain their original shape.
Sol- If your laundry agent does not represent us tell him M try tb
s "IDEAL WAY"-it satisfies.
Sla CLEANERS. DYERS. LAUDERMRS.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WMUhumuuu& awmwmwuluim m
We desire to call the-attention4 of the public to our new steek of
Warrick Freses, Virgian French Olive Oil, first pressing and now on
display in our window. W have- sole agency for this foreign pro.
duct, and we guarantee our patrons to furnish them the finest qualy
of genuine Imported French Olive Oil.
II DicksAn's Drug Store ;.
(Successors toW. E. Brown & Co.)
SC, R. Sprott, F. D. Itunter,
SPresident and Treas. Vice-President and Sec. E
Manning, S. C._
5 Cotton Seed Products
High Grade Fertilizers
E If You Are Puzzled
as to where you purchase a Suit to the best ad
vantage-try us. Our stock is the most complete
give us a trial.
g Judging From Appearance
g Spring Bnying here. Experience has taught
them that this isone store where perfect treat
aD. Hirsch mann. E