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For Splendid Quality
'Woith 3 to 5e. a yard i o than wve ask. This
oug'ht to put a junip n oi 10 o t book.
It's Loosening Other Purse Strings,
Why 'Not Yours?
Come Quick While The Going's Good
Before The Cloth is Gone.
The 5 10, 25c. Store
Manning, S. C.
Every week brings in shipments of
New Shapes in Headwear. They come
from the smartest fashion shops in the
world, and are up-to, date minute in style
Our Milliners are wvorking hard to
keep up with the demands, as we know
the styles that are the proper ones.
We have an extra lot of Ladies' and
Misses' Hats. Mid Summer Styles in
W Vhite and many colors. Let us show -
them to vou.
BICE ICE HITS
for the ladies. They are very popular
this year; chic and pretty, a.ad our line
is extra larse.
D. H IRSCHVMA N.
still anxious to serve you,and con
tinue to offer the best goods at rea
sonable prices, with terms to. suit
We still have as fue~ and complete a line as
you will find' in almost every-line ot
Chairs from 60c. to $3.00.
Rockers from 81.25 to 88.00.
Tables from $1.03 to $18.00:.
Porch Swings, 8.00.
Poreb R ockers~ a W rikes.
-Bookcases Writing Desk a ttachied..
Hat Racks from 250. 10$20..
Dining Room Sets in Afison Furniture.
Chamber Suits. 81.0 t o $2U0.
Reds, 5. to $15.00.
Matting, 25c. to 4ke.
Ice Cream Freerrs,
Refrige-ratoris, and many other things:
Give us a tria( andi we wil appreciate your'
D. C. SHA C.,
To Cure a Cold in One Oay T rvn lo osnn
Take LAXATIvE BROMO ouQn TOjrvet IOd 010#0
Cough and eadache an orks off t!&e (j - a G1ee vn wd-rfui o:a relinble DR.
Druggists refund money if it frd.s t-> ,.re ER'S ANT.'~ITIC BIEALING OIL..a sur
E. W. GROVE'S signature on~ eah iLox. . 01051 d:csi: that r-:ins pain and heals at
:ue time. Nut iiiment.. 25c. 50.c. Si 00
TEN COMMANDMENTS FOR
By Carol Aronovici.
FirstT -your neighbor's lot
> as you .r own, but be sure
to love yout own.
. Second. - Don't plant tomato
i' cans and rubbish on unused land.
- Their fruits are withered civic
* Third.-Don't allow yourself or
your city to create dumps for
waste. It can be made to Pay
for its own destruction at a
Fourth.-Don't allow tumbled
down buildings to stand on valu
0 able land. They are financially
wasteful. They create filth, in
* vite vice and are a menace to
* Fifth.-A fence that has ceased
. to be a fence and has become an
offense should be repaired or do
on unused land pays for the
maintenance of a public nui
. Seventh.-Two gardens may
grow where one dump has bloom
. ed before.
Eighth. - School gardens are
. valuable adjuncts to education
and recreation. They can be
* cultivated on an open lot.
Ninth.-Let the children play
on the unused land so that they
may become strong and keep out
of the hands of the law.
. Tenth.-Let not an inch of land
be kept In hleness. It has a
+. divine right to bear raits and
flowers and'ever srve the high
est interest of man.
ENGAGE VILLAGE MANAGERS.
Two Suburbs of Chicago Have Adopt
ed This Plan of Government.
The village of Glencoe is the second
of Chicago's suburbs wlose board of
trustees has delegated administrative
duties to a general mana-er. Follow
ing the example of River Forest, which
adopted the plan last June and where
the whole village machinery Is well
lubricated in consequence, Glencoe
chose Herbert H. Sherer from among
200 applicants to take charge on Feb,
L He receives a salary of $1800 a
Glencoe, like River Forest, has a 9
population of 2,500. Both villages are
typical suburbs, most of their men be
ing employed in Chicago. The village -
trustees, who serve without pay, are
men of affairs in the city who camiot c
give proper attention to the details of ]
pdministration. The new manager Is
expected to co-ordinate the different de- a
partments of the village, purchase sup- c
plies, employ' workmen, 0. K. bills, re
port regularly to the board as to what
is being done end recommend such
changes as he may advocate.
During the seven months' trial of the
scheme In River Forest, say the trus
tees of that village, Its manager, Karl
M. fiNtchell, has saved by a cost ac
counting system and Improved meth
ods in the various departments far
more than has been paid him In salary.
Mr. Mitchell had been connected 'with
the Chicago Telephone company for
,sixteen years. He had received train
ing at Northwestern university and the
University of Chicago in finance, law
and business organization.4
Mr. Sherer made a record as superin
tendent of streets and alleys In Evans-I
ton, 111. By the use of efficiency meth
ods In his department he reports that
he saved the city $1,5&7.82 during 1913.
In addition, $400.79 was returned to
the city treasury by the sale of baled
waste paper and compost. His mostC
noteworthy accomplishment perhaps
has been the claning up of alleys. r
Armed with snapshots of refuse and 2
junk piles, taken by his alleyr inspector, E
he has obtained convIctions against of-(
Not only does the publie-support him,
but his workmen are for him to the
man. Some time ago he posted an
"honor roll" bearing the names of
those street cleaners and refuse collee
tors against whom no complaints hadl
been registered during the previous
month. The honor men were allowed
each a day off duty at the city's ex
pense during the following month. The
"honor roll" is now an established In
stituton, .and last month over 40 per
cent of the employees of the depart
ment were listed.
"MOVIES" AT STATIONS.
French Line to Use Films to Adve?-'
tise Attractive Resorts.
Passengers on the Western State rail
way of France are soon to see free
cinematograph performances at the ~
main stations while waiting for trains.
Ferdinand David, the minister of
pube works, is now considering the
best means of establishing these cinema
waiting rootns. The filmus shown will
be taken by a special staff of operators
and will represent the picturesque
spots reached by the road.
The cinema will also be ingeniotusly
pressed into electioneering service for
the coming general elections for the
chamber of deputies. One firm has
already booked a large number of or
ders from deputies showing President
Poincare at political functions. Ne.
to the president there is a blank space
in the films where ilo to be inserted the
photograph of the deputy. The films
never fall to produce an Impression on
the constituents, who thus see their e
representative In deep and earnest con
versation with the popular chief of i
Sick Headache. s
Mrs A. L Luckie, East Rochester, E
N. Y., was a victim of sick headache ~
a~d des >ondency, caused by a badly
wreakeedl and debilitated' condition of -
ie-r stomach, when she began taking
Ch unberlain's 'Tablets. She says, "1
kvtad them pleasant to take, also mild
:iu effective. lIn a few weeks' time I
as stored to myv former gooa health" I
For -4e by all dealers.-Adv.
Happens That Way, Sometres.
And many a lather u ho thinks he is
saving money when ho gives his daugh
ter in tuarriane discovers later that he
has a son-in-law to support.
For Tnfants and C'hflden
In Use For Over 30 Years
Y OU wil
have a beai
ed solely fo:
Also a won
Pright to Be Guarded Agains.
"Perhaps It seems incomprehensible
o you." says Dr. Stoddard Goodhue,
n the Cosmopolitan tiagaslne. "that
fright experienced by your child at
e age of two or three years can be
ntrumental in determining the co
exion of mind of that child after It
as come to the adult age-can, for
ample. give it litelong inherent tim
dity. that will dominate it under
Oven conditions, but such is the
Chld Cross? Feverish? Sk?
A cross, peevish, listless child, with
oted tongue, pale, doesn't sleep; eats
oetimes very little, then again raven
usly; stomach sour; breath fetid; pains
stomach, with diarrhea; grinds teeth
while asleep, and starts up with terror
-all suggest a Worm Killer-something
bat expels worms, and almost every
hild has them. Kickapoo Worm
'ller is needed. Get a box to-day.
rt at once. You won't have to coax
s Kickupoo Worm Killer is .a candy
onfection. Expels the worms, the
ause of your ehild's trouble. 25c. at
School Teache& Mission.
To capture the citadel of a chld's
nd through love and sympAthy; to
ead pupils toward Sigher Ideals of
ie and duty; to establish closer r
tons between home, and sohool ad
iate; to exalt purity of life aod con
ct; to strengthenathe moral tone of
e community; to make good men
d women; to establish and dignify
e profession of teaching; to make
ucaton attractive; to magnify the
ate; to meet the need for educated
itieship; -such Is the esafted mis
io of the teacer.-Hon. Charles R.
Keep Bewel Moveasat legslar.
r. King's New Life Pills keep stom
b, liver and kidneys in healthy con
tion. Rid the body of poisions and
aste. Improve your complexion by
shing the liver and kidneys. "I got
re relief from one box of Dr. King's
w Life Pil!s than any medicine I
ver tried," says C. E. Hatfid, of
hicago,411I., 25c. at your Druggst.
A somewhat laggawd and procrasti
ting student one Sunday evening
rt to hb instructor for aid- In one
fhis studies, asking him If he
ought It was wrogMD studyon Sun
ay. Hfe w'as someishat surprised to
eeive the reply, "If the Master was
ustifed In pulling tfsa ass out. of the
ltch on the Sabbath, was not-the as
atilable In trying to get~bimself
'About a year ago my three boys1
d whooping cough and I found Chain
rain's Cough Remedy the only one
at would relieve their coughing and
hooping spells. I continued this treat
3ent and was surprised to Snd that it
ured the disease in a very short time,'
rites Mrs. Archie Dairymple, Crooks
lle, Ohio. For sale by all dealers.
A retired army offcer was hhis
ak garden one day when a tramp
ame round the end of the house. "I've
ien r~t the front." he began, "and-"
t, 'old offcer beamed at him as hei
nterupted to ask, "lave you, indeed,.
y man? And were you wounded?"
No," said the man, "no, sir, not exact
.But!I couldn't make no one 'ear,
I come round to the back!"
Indigestion? Can't Eaff Ne Appetite?
treatment of Electric Bitters In
reases your appetite; stops indipgestion
u can eat everything. A reat'spring
nic for liver, kidney and stomach
L'ubles Cleanses your whole
stcm and you feel fine. Electric Bit
rs did more for Mr. T. D. Peeble's
oiach troubles than any medicine he
ver tried. Get a bottle to-day. 50c.
d $1.00 at your druggist
ucken's Arnica Salve for Eczema.
Putting It Up to 141..
The guv'nor (threatisningly)-"Look
ere, Parkin, I've got tired of: seeingr
ose figures dropping' month aftey
noth, and I shall have to seriouslys
onsider taking the only steps left toa
ne to bring about an alteration." The
mager"Yes, sir, and from when
rold your resignation take effectr"
Training for Hour- ef Need.
Be systematically -heroic In little
nnecessary points. Every day do
omething for no othen reason than,
ts diffculty, so that, if -an -hours of
med should come, It may find yous
rained to stand the test. The man
rho has daily inured himself to hab-r
Laof concentrated attention, energet
cwill, and Belf-denial in unnecessary
hings, will stand like a tower when,
verything rooks around him.-WI1
1 act wisely t
r the school c
ats. We wil
Styles in Rea
WE GiVE S. & H. GREI
Escapes An Awfil Fate.
A thousand tonaues could not express
the gratitude of Mrs. J. E. Cox, if Joli
et, Ill., for her wonderful deliverance
from an awful fate. "'Typhoid pneumo
ia had left me with a dreadful cough"
she writes. "Sometimes I had such aw
ful coughing spells I thougbt I would
die. I could get no help from Doctor's
treatment or other medicines till I
used Dr. King's New Discovery. But
I owe my life to this wonderful re.nedy
for I i-carcely cough at all now." Quick
and safe, Its the most reliable of all
thrat and lung medicines. Every bot
le guaranteed. 0c and $1.00. Trial
bottle free at all druggists.-Adv.
Por fredeem of Mind.
It m~akes the mind very 'free when
we gtve up wishing. and only-think of
bearing what is laid upon us and do
ng what Is given us to do.-George
Try to Figure This.
Uttle Bennie--"Papa, Is there any
diderence in the word fool and fool
ish?" Papa-"That Is. For Instance,
people who worry are foolish, while
people who don't worry are fools.
Now, perhaps, you can figure it out
This preparation is intended espec
ially for rheumatism, lame back,
sprains and like ailments. It is a fav
orite with people who are well ac
~uinted with Its splendid qualities.
rs. Charles Tanner, Walfash, Ind.,
says of it, "I have found Chamberlain's
Liniment the best thing for lame back
and sprains I have ever used. It works
le a charm and relieves pain and
oreness. It has been used by others
af my family as well as myself for up
wards of twenty years." 25 and 50c
bottles. For sale by all dealers.--Adv.
"Do what you can to allay the fears
of a child unduly timid by precept and
example, but if the fears persist, con
slt a physician."-Brooklyn Eagle.
Earth excavated from Panama canal
was guieent to. build sixty-three pyr
amids the size of that of Choops.
Does Away :th Foel':''t
Pootlights have bl.enur17: a.
a new German theater, T be :.e~ r o
od of illumInatIng the stagme he.x:.
Throw Out The Line
E Them Help And Many People Will be
"Throw Out the Life Line"
Weak kidneys need help.
They're often overworked--they
lon't get tbe poison filtered out of the
Will vou help them?
Doan's Kidney Pills have brought'
benet to thousands of kidney sutier
ers. Manning testimony proves their
Mrs. L. Newman, Manniumr S. C..
uays: 'I consider Doan's Kidney Pills
i, fine backache and kidney remecy and
[ can-say that the:y have been used in
n home with ec-i results. One of
n family had a lame ud aiching~ baick,
agether with kidney 've'kness. Doan's
idney Pills brought relief.. I have
lever bad need of Doan's Kidney Pills
nyself, but I have often advised their
ise, as I know what they will do."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim
ly ask for a kidney remedy--get
)oan's Kidney Pills-- the same that,
Mrs. Newman had. Fostet'-Milburn
2., Props , Buffalo, N. Y.
She-"If you don't go away at once
I shall call my husband " Pedler-"I
called on him first, and he threatened
me with you "--Fliegende Blatter.
FIX Up YOUR LIVER
AND FEEL GOOD
Ihy Risk Being "All Knocked Oat" by
CalomeL Dodsoa's Liver Tone Takes
Its Place and Is Safe.
When you are constipated and your
Iver Is sluggish it is no longer neces
ary to try to fix yourself up with calo
nel, which everyone now knows to be
poison that bomnetimes remains in the
ystem and causes evil after-effects
Ld is often very dangerous to many
Dodson's Liver Tone is guaranteed
:o take the place of calomel, to be~ a
leasant-tasing, easy-acting vegetable
iquid, with no bad effects and causing
to pain nor gripe nor interference with
rour regular duties, habIts or diet. If
Tgou are not entirely satistied .qith Dod
on's Liver Tone, go back to the store
wh re you bought it and get your mon
sybek. 1t belongs to you and Dod-~
on wants you to have it.
Dickson Drug Store sell and recomn
nend Dodson's Liver Tone and they
vill cheerfully refund purchase nricee
50c ) instantly without question if the
'e medy fails to please you in every(
vay. Its use has proved benefieial to t
nany thousands and probably will to
,o pay us a vi!
ent of Dresse
hildren and g
ion of Late S
.1 be glad to
-N TRADING STAMPS.
Defnition of "Foreman."
One recent interpretation given for
the term foreman is a :niu who is
capable of stepping in at any point
and doing this or that ma's work bet-:
ter than he can do it himself. The
young man who aspires to do all this
In qualifying for foremanzhip has his
work cut out for him.
Pure saccharin Is 550 times as sweet
as sugar. A sweet taste may be im
parted to 70,000 parts of -water.
The Demons of The Swamp
are mosquitos. As they stinu they put
deadly malaria uerms in the blood.
Then follow the icy chills and thH tires
of fever. The appetite flies and the
strengzn failS: also malaria often paves
the way for deadly typhoid. But E!ec
tric Bitters kill and cast out the malar
ia germs from the blood: give you a
fine appetite and renew your strenLth.
"After long suffering, "wrote Wm.
Fretwell, of Lucatna. N. C.. "three
bottles drove all the malaria from my
system, and I've had good health ever!
since." Best for all stomach, liver andl
kidney ills. 50c at all drutzgists-Adv
Love of the yrothc:.
Love of the brother we a
help u to the love of the Fathe- ..
do not see.--WIlliam Watson.
London has over ninety thousand
Secret of Secret-Keeping.
If a woman could only keep secret
the fact that she has a secret-to keep,
her secret would be safe.-Boston
For a Torpid Liyer.
"1 have used Chamberlains Tablets:
off and on for the past Si~X years when
ever my liver shows signas of beintg in a
disordered condition. Th'y itave al
ways actetd quick!y and given tme the
desired relief." writes M rs. F'. 1H Tru
bus, Spritnoville, N. Y. For sale by all
in 8ny style, and servedl
keep notintg but t be best
of evething.tjt If it's somie
thuig o>d to eat, somth
inir that will tickle the
palate. come in anid let us
Cou rteous~ treattm nt guar
anteeti tot aW.
Yours to lease,~i
JACK METROP'OL, Propr.
$' Complete Shaving Outfit $1
to Articles, to
To advertise our l'nivet .jni.~ ha.u
Jutlit and Universal l'rod!. newi
or a limtedca titmet only. -en'! tu WIi
rorth $3 0o Sh~aving~ Oul t '1: i )u
We stll oiur pru'st t Ti I '':-un'*r
lirect. aid., terfoe ou -: -
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TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Clarendon.
By James M. Windham, Esq., Judge
iH IEREAS, Robert A White made
YVsuit to me to grant him made
>f Administ ration of the estate and
ffects of John Gill.
These are therefore to cite and ad
mionish all and singular the kin
Ired and creditors of the said
John Gill, deceased, that they
be aod appear before ine, in the
ourt of Probate, to be held at Man
aing, S. C.. on the 16th day of April
ext, after publication hereof, at
LI o'clock in the forenoon, to show
ause, if any they have, why the
said administration should not be
Given under my hand this 30th day
)f March, Anno Dow mi, 1914.
J. M. WINDHAM,
Judge of Probate.
MONEY TO LOAN
At 7 per cent
Dn improved farms in amounts of
3,000 and up for term of five years
No cominssions charged. Ouly actual
xpenses for preparation of legal
CAROLINA BOND AND MORT
GAGE CO., UNION BANK BUILD
ING. COLUM1B1A, S. C.
Hold on to
tnd in times of adversity it will
old on to you. Every business
aua should have an account at a
ood bank wvhera it will be safe
shen] he needs it. Besides - the
idantage of being able to draw
.gaiiist it by check is worth
annething. This bank solicits
he accounts of merchants and
nd ivi duals.
Contributions to Cemetery Fence.
(ivie Leag~ue........ .......200 O00
Town Coruneil.... .......... 250 10
.\r. TF. F. CoITf.v..... .......10 00
Nir. .'. C. Hradhani..... .....1) 00
.!r. J1. W. l11gb............. 10 00
ir. W. Ci. D)avi ....... 10 00
Alts. Anna M1. Davis.... 10 0il
1Dr. G. L. Dickson....... 500'
ir .J. c. l'lowden......25
Mir. A. I. Harroin........ 00'
.\fr C.nko Wells....... - 50
.\Ir. is. A JIohnson.... .... 10 00
Mir. Ji. T. Stuikes.............. i 00
\lts S. .4 !!i2by..... ... 5 00
lr . . Diia t. . ... 300
.\ir -. 1. \'en n ...... . . 5 00
\!r . ' u i lorto ...... 10 )0
ir it. '-: Haro4 -.. .. .... 0 00
31s \l .~ . Br w ....... 10 0
\'vs F' I er... . .. . . .. . 1 00
I e . . A. N tth . ..... 10 00
\ r W. ). Daiel,.......... 00
r. l '.'T L'sesne....... 00
3 .I, L. Wels..... .... 00
1 c l. i . eein....... 3 00
\r W. .\! Bryan ..... .. _ 00
Vi Nnne ini Niouzon..... . 00
(A nw r s. 'onui tec ... ... ~ 31
Andi They Objected.
Finacr-"iWhat-3 all the hubbub
nthe directors' roomT' Steno
Son e -i: u::ority stockholder just
o:di 'ant the' Cuic' cat is on the pay
t1 10! foS2.QP% a y ear under the namo
lps A Judg'e in a liad Fix
I i.re'V, (ofG lli Mills,
- . ni v~ w.ir:::'(d A ha-l
was. comple~ctely cured.''
u ba1 rn 1. is.ers, cuts. bruis
Pays Out Wore Money to SuS
tain Old Soldiers
Than Any Other Southern State and
Builds Monuments to Memory
Confederate Reunion May 6, 7, 8, at
Jacksonville, Fla.-The State Of
Florida pays out more money p6r
capita for the support of dependent
ex-Confederate soldiers than any oth
er Southern State. This fact should
be sufficient to convince ex-Confedei
ates e-ery where that when they and
their descendants visit Jacksonville
on the occasion of the 24th annual
reunion of the United Confederate
Veteran's Association that they will
be in the hands of their friends. The
reunion will be held May 6, 7, 8.
The handsome total of $600,000 per
annum is being paid by the state for
support of ex-Confederate pensioners.
The average yearly amount paid to
each person on the pension list, ao.
cording to the. latest report of the
State Board of Pensions, is $121.25,
while the average paid to'otd soldiers
is .$22.30.. Widows of Confederate
soldiers draw an average of .120 per
annum. Since the report from which
these figures are taken was made, the
legislature has passed a still more lib
eral pension law, which will authorise
additional payments of approximately
$150,000 a year, making theitotal $750o
000 per annum paid to Confederate
pensioners by the state.
There are 2,633 soldier pensiocer
on the rolls of the state and 2,W?
widows of Confederates, makisg a tw
tal of 4,860. The fund to support thiS
pension roll is raised by a tax of flI
mills on the assessed property of the
Florida is not only caring for the
living but the minory of the dead Is
also kept green. Throughout the state
handsome Confederate monuments
have been erected by both public an4
private means. All told there are
twenty, or possibly more, handsome
Gen. W. H. Sebring Jacksonville, Fi
Adjutant General Florida Divlisio
United Confederate Veterans.
Confederate monuments in the state,
and .others are yet to be erected. A
home for ex-Confederate soldiers is
maintained at Jacksonville. Last year
the state appropriated $5,000 to the
Confederate soldiers' home in this
city. Two Confederate monuments
have been erected here, and a monu
ment may be dedicated to the Women
of the Confederacy during the coming
This '.rief exposition of the work
that Florida is doing for the ex-Con
federate soldiers, flying and dead, is
proof that the people of the state will
extend a warm an& generous welcome
to the old soldiers abd their friends
on the decasion of the Jacksonville
rednion Florida,' while situated far'
South of the great theater of .war of
1861-'65, felt the shoc.k of the con~lct.
Jacksonville wa's occupied four difes
ent times by the federals: The pur'
poses of this occupancy,.'accordinlg to
official reports on file in archives of
the War Department, were to keep
the St. Johns river open from Its
mouth to the head of navigation and
to arm the negroes for service in the
Union Army. The small Confederate.
force in East Florida in 1883 was com
manded by Gen. Joseph Finegan. On
March 13, 1863, Gen. Finegan Issued a
proclamation. here in which he said:
"I feel it my duty as brigadier-gem
era~l commanding this district to In.
form the people of the district and of
the state that our unscrupulous enemy
has landed a large force of negroes,
under command of *hite offcers, at
Jacksonville, under cover of gunboats.
He is attempting to fortify the place
so as to make it secure against at,
tacks. The purpose of this movement
is cbvious and need not be mentioned
in direct terms. It is suffcient to in
spire the whole body of people with a
renewed and sterner purpose of resist.
ance. I therefore call on such of the
citizens as can possibly leave their
homes to arm and organize themselves
into companies without delay and re.
port to me."
Gen. Ri. Saxton (U. S. A.) in a re
port to the War Department dated
March 14, 1863, says: "The object of
this expedition wias to occupy Jack
snville and make it the base of opera
ticns for the arming of negroes and
securing in this way possession of the
epire State of Fliorida."
Eagle Beat Express Train.
An express train traveling from Nice
to Macon, France, was beaten by
twelve minutes by an eagle which
raced it over a distance of eighteen
The Arithmetic of It.
Tlhe pupils in a school were asked to
give' in writing the difference between
a biped and a quadruped. One boy
gav'e the following: "A biped has two
ley,. therefore the difference be
twen a biped and a quadruped Is two
Another Exciting Game.
Friend --"W\'haz. ':ere your sensa
tions int the vwreek:" Victim-"Just
t~e samne as in football. Three coaches
passed ocer me and then the doctors
Plenty of Orders.
'My friend Wombat says he ofit
catch up with his orders." "Is .a a
manuacturer"" "Oh. no. Merely a
man with a wife and five grown-up