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IAN'S TWO MINDS.
Ye Mak. an Evenly Balianced Pon
Both Must Be Used.
Expounding a theory that man has
two minds, or a double consciousness
eldective and subjective-Mgr. Bebson
has eompared the two activities to an
. ger a$t-a lower room separated by
trapdor. Dreams are due to:.the
suabetive consciousU3ss workingwith
o ebeek Wow tha objectivecOisseous
man. who uualy ca m to he
n an menly balnced mind-s the. one
.i r .has shut the trapdoor and re
maiasi theupper room, aImdthosewho
hav-Iised. the traisdoor and rein
IA the lower rooms are commoffly
found in lunatic asylums.
The man of really even balance either
renis between the two- rooms 'or
keeps thetrapdoor well olled.
hApoleons In the lower'room, con
ceived Ideas for ruling Europe and In
the upper room put his ideas Into prac
tIeet Raphael created combintlons of
eclors and thez'expressed. them oncan
vaM and t'iethovei in'th'-lhwei room
eensosed his onata and In thelupper
room reproduced the notes on-paper.
The events f childhood are 'iemrk
bly cWOer-ln the of
old people, though present happenings
an mforgotten. This ma be explained
*y the decay of the objective conscloub
m nss and it is curious that a this de
eb.the subjective comsLousnes be
Umas noe-acute.-New York Prem,
1- eni fe the Fue. Whea the Wire
A e short efet -
One ofi the commonest Aports-heard
ta an electrical works:
-A "short circuit"'means that the ele
* ~ have become crossed or
h ieso' as to frm a blYpada or
Sat of ompartively low ristace,
yarough which so modh of the elWe
$cal current pas as practically to
eti.net-thit par&o the Cuitt through
Uhicihe curent onlpassed:w IRl
r words. 9. "short circuir baa rW
ls0ed the normal- ircuit. wich anay
be e*,sidered a long crcuIt. The cut
-..Ung oat at the zmnmc of the -ong
n pWmit.the power to rush over
t.a th .t low r samm anjd it the
Anprates wee not protected by the
-lae*" -the se-iciL
J, U~A would doitsef seriousl*rm.
- stat rou efrects from ace*
haiet'eircuits of electric lightn
u9i*buiruge a "uWse" s irsted
- eircunt st- inide f hin"
Vasil or some ionar Wtaming
ly, melts oa the eIM
so that noge*etricity candlow
. the wiein thbehouse int*
hea aid and ;
-. 'Ude a aNsIteg -Shwhr. -
Ia "Ranse ecoletii" bygCa
torn Wood the gn1sh war art
n ht, is a-aini- aiisley Edward JVU.
SWoodvinle *pintelan e~uigna.ia-.i
aitr at the klng o says the alist
Swa.. g k. im.ed with it mata he
Woodville," he sai, "what
~ magnificent legs yon (have
~at'm hr ns osi
4ta.to mae te lanthe portrai
SI pointed out," says: Wobdville Ia
temng the y.arn. "that in some'otihis
lehh-gs alileMl~i be~
sa long an I, had nainitdthem,
;1 tflo argument could con-inece him.
g qabg inene 1fdlt did."' ,
St. Paul by the Tiber, last of the.Bo
Vps lossi.-which'hasileen retOfed,
bot inswgate inlaid w'~
er presemeda in2070 %$ the Roman
9~I.anteo. 2B! agent, ta order
tege was the .rcheo. and
'boofSt Paul, who haefd
:b bennmsantnonpleWher metal
d 4oinr alone could be:.found. Thd
dgrename Is Inscrieut on the gate,
-Hhlaehranls Yesierab'liis Monarchus
..o Arhiaco igs- Ifa.10U0 en
but he became Popa Gregid
n . m r is ab
amoses bnnle into a Broadwayhte
at the lunch beur and took~ a t..
-ein ow': here with ui.,' called
.-.aetsvol aoq"alat*ns ata owi-E
,elh." said slW.e~ "allI want is
oea hayesolipat thin table just
sa wanes at that one"ialdtbe other.
~And we'Jl.give you a respctl bear
in.-,6e York Pre.s
e - GHard Isies.
.Dave? You'look -worrledto death.
- -eho Manager-rm- rulneL The
town barber shaved the,bearded lad?
gy mistke.when.ahe was aasep, and
*Patienc-She says her huntiand Is
Patrice-How, I wonder?
"By forgettng to mall ber-etters."
T onkers Statesman.
. Enlckur-They seem a well matod
Mair. Bocker-Oh. yes,1botiall. She
i a-society-bud, and he Is a blooming
ldlot.-Town TopIes. -
. Ir the songs you sing and the um
si ye war~ that makes the annahine em
Per Infants and Qldroa
- eaFrO e so er
- Not an Original idea.
-Foul hundred years ago the Idea-of
Mumbering houses originated in Paris,
though 'It was not until 1'789 that the
sistem became general.,
Left at the-Pbst.
The Professor's Wife (to the Pro
'faso-, who has just come in fro&a a
walk)--"What have yoni done with
your umbrella and -Fido?" The Pm
tessor (trying -to - remdimbety-"What
-h'm-wa aminute~~h6 yes. pe
aisely. You'see, my hat Iliir~ff,.an'd
I didn'f. want to have -the spoor llttle
beast run with me-alter It. eso- tuck
Throw Out The Line
G've Them B.p And Kany People Wili'be
?T brow Ode. theeJLdiie.Line-d
Weak kidney, ieed help.
They're often overwerked--zlhev
don't, i~t the poisotilL4eredt3ut of t he
bbwi~d. A e
Will ion help them?
-Dean's Kidney -Pills have Iro3trhi
heneft t. thousardi of 'kidney sht-r
er<z a riag ttinthony .p .-a .
30 s 'L. Newmn-w'. .Maw'-, -ii:. '.
ays: :to:si.er 1Naa/s Ka- t
:. f eiu.- ba' cajife.:tnv-Iid.'. y.r m1 nI
I ean say thati ii- '.- . t 6. ' A - f-!
my h"me wittt- 011 O..-e 4
iar family A ad a lan:e a"11-.3ir. b .
togedithrwlith.kkidz% w: '- -n S
Kitn.- P.Its Ir auht rli-f. I .:e
neivar had need of -San's Kite Ti l
Pric" 5. at ali d--a.. 1. .n i
ly ask for a kidn.y raidt----- e1.
Dos-u'.Kfdney' Pil1k--.t'e - s t ha
Mrs~ 'Newmiam had. Fter-Miat rn
Co., Props-,. Buffalo,NY
--S, -.- "
Ralse Blahk icxas In. Cap$ih4ty..
The skin 'of a black 'fox is worth
from $5 to $10, 'ind the animals are
now being raised In. captiyity to sup
ply the deind for their pelts.
Todigtiout Can't Eat? No Appetite?
A treatment Xf:.Electric B sters i:
creases your appetite: sLops indirestion
'y *ou-e4eat e1-ythinV . A l-sprig
tonic for liver, k:dney and s'omneh
troubles Clearses .. or . whole
sArInn ad vou - EIeerrc ?tt
tegs-id mpre fOr $Jp. T'.;D. ?,eeblm'
sjpqach trojkles'thani ani tudiginerhe]
eve tiied G'qeta b6itle to-day. 50c
andSLOO at your druggit.
Bpckkepnl tAtta Salve for Ecz.nw.
sums and libraries, and. zealously
guarde'd are a. Wembe of priceiess
manuscripts and books whic; but for
a fortiuate ehnce,"might bav been
3st4ta thewrid. ''Bhe- chief tteas
ure ofa huseim'at it. Petersburg ir
the oldest, Xma-greeiimnucript of
the NjW.Tetament, which wap about
to .b.bered 1py. theduonk's of .a
-Syrian .wnasery, whn, by a lucky
hance, one ot the prlAkts, struck with
the'antdlIty of the manuseript, in
ter~idh n-time gasve ~ hd
hbooofg. Cigh -
About a year .:ago riv 1tbree- boys
ad whd'p cogad found-Cham
rlhan~s.CIuwb. Rmey-he ,eply one
that ~ relievO thenr- eenghinig, and
wbooping sp?HsS. I qonUtsine4 this treat.
mentand was tui'ed d thaLt it
wrls~rs.Aible N i'ymple. Crooks
Coumbus f'.rt landed on ani slnd
of the-Baazma group off the coast of
Florda,:which was named San Salva
dor. i~de exploraglons
the West Idhi ils
died, .however, without ever. kno
that he had discovered a new conti
nent. The lands he had foun( he sup
posed Merit~iutngsiatldf the
hirs A. L Ludkie.- East- Boctester,
W. Y..was a victim otn sa~k .lieadh~e:
ani. dspondencv,' gaugegb a badly,
wekened and debilitat~ conditlin of
be stomach, when she~ bega, taking
Chamberlain'sTable~~ 'ie .says, -"I
fond- ene ietq o ..al~aso inild
and efrecie.' 'i;i afew weelist:time I
wnas restorpd tomny former gooa health"
or sale by all dealers.-Adv.
id hings..Are Better.
"I-ean..to rits a serspen on-this
tt sonietine" saidsthe prettiest wo
an In. thegroup. "We are all going
crazy noyadays ov.er novelty -new
laces. But Itell you the old things5are
halt thb-thn.>1ietterN-he old -friends
always the gpod 'old furnitunre, which
is seo. often'.discarded- for .newer pat
tesnt half so really ice. And.I
love a god old ~dress that!I am used
toand that' has~ becoine a 'sort -of
as ?5. adl hoee1
anand elsttM apal o t y,:M
lble oldshoes?" Leslie's.
-.StesfhaW. -:. -
One of Bernard Shaw's dramatic crit
-esfs-k the -shortest--on record. It
was about a play calgd "Poor Jona
oor Jonathan.". -' ..
Aftertbe produenonl of his first play,
"Widoes? Houses."- h'e met swith so
mixed a reception that he wrote. "I
became infamous in a single night. and
If the play did not achieve a success It
created an uptoar."
"What does thie cobuniftte on fd eigh
.. cant 'exaicifysi~y. Hut if it' hass
to keep trael;: of the foreign relations
that our rich girls acquire by mar
ringe It halt some respoinsbility!"
Washington Star. --
'.'They- say that a man who hns cold
feet is pretty sure 'to have an active
-Y"es. either that or ai well flhlcd
For1sale by All-Dealers.
Invoratinlg to. the-Pale and Sickly
Maadaeilihes the blood,4 builds up the system.
A.,s -rac For -adults and children. 50c.
No more hunting for
Not after you've found STAG
bodied-yet exquisitely MILD.
Convenient Packages: The Handy Half-siz
I 0-Cent Tin, the Pound and Half-Pound Tm.Humidorandi
For Pipe -and Ciarette
sC, R, Sprott, F. D. Hunter,
President and Treas. Vice-President and Sec..
.IAINING OIL ILL
Manning, S. C.
~Cotton Seed Produicts i-V
~High Grade Fertilizers j
J. H. Righy,
The Youngr Reliable.
JN TIN G
the tobaoCo that exactly
D 5-Cent TinUde FIat
he Pound G is Hudidor
Wanted at Alcolu I.
Laborers to work in Planing mill, lum
ber sheds and lumber yards. Good wages.
to good men, pay off weekly, steady work,
goed school and church, healthy place.
D. W. ALDERMAN & SONS CO.
Alcolu. S. C.
Janary1,114. TIME TABLE, NO. 13.
- ReadIDown. RedU.:
SNo.1. No.8.. . o2
" 18~ " :55 2 McReda3Up. 5
Ly I100 L' 8 :5 . ..Alcolu 20 Ar 7:40 %
-" 1:20 "' 8:10 - 7. D't anti18 " 7:25 a
" 1:.35 4 8:25 12 . .Sardinia 13 " 7:05 2
- 1-:45 4 8:30 14- New Zion 11 " 6:55 3
1:55 " 8:35 15 Beard 10 " &:50 2
2:30 "' 8:50 . 17 Seloe 8 " 8:35 3
" -2:45 " 9:05 20 Paroda Jt 5 " 6:20 a
S". 2:50 " -.9:10 -21 Hudson 4 " 6:15 2
3:00 Ar. ' 9:30 - 25 Olanta 0 " 6:00 3
SNo 1-daily except Satui-day arnd Sunday.
No. 2.-Waily except Sunday.- '.
Not8-Sateday only. . -- 3
*I4*All stations except Alcoin and Olanta are lag stations for Z
m all trains. These trains run only as above stated. All mixed trains.*
P. R. ALDERMAN, T. M.
2 Alcolo, 8.0C.
Bank Your Surplus
-Bank of Turbeville, i
Turbeville. S. C..
Whici - combines capital,- confidence, consistency and
courtesy. -The~big man with the bige roll and the little
man with thelittle roll are alike welcomed. Our doors
are open to borrowers and depositors alike. Our pur
Spose isto make our bank a mutual benefit to the com
.munity in general and its patrons in particular. We in
vite yon'td start a;'dhgeing account with us,
f Follow the Crowds
I SLAUGHTER SALE I
e something Doing at e
:this Sale. Biggest Bar- ,
e gains you ever saw. e
: Call around.9.
e saie asts o?nays.
Counnio-ni- . May 3rd,' the. Atlantie Coast Lint. will! inLaugu
rate THROumf SLEIPING CAlR. SERV.CE betwe-I! Wil
~gton1, F'lo.renIce, SuiIr1. Augussand i A:aw. in connecon
iTI tIv G 0r.:i:t Railro..d.
F. llowi is te schdao: from Manning i, coliec tion with
:h.- new service:
Lv. Manning, 7. 37 P. M.
Ar. Sumter, 8. 20 P. M.
Lv. Sumter, 9. 30 P. M.
Ar. Orangeburg. 10. 53 P. M.
- Ar. Augusta. 1. 40 A. M.
Ar. Atlanta, -8. 00 A. M.
Passengers way remain in sleeping cars until 7:00 A. M.
Returning, the train leaves Atlanta, 8:00 P. M., Central
Time; and arrives Sumter, 7.20 A. M.,~and Manning. 10.2.4 A. M.
Connectio-,s are made in the Union depot Atlanta with. the
"DixieFlyer," (leaving there at 8:00 A. M.) which is a solid ti-ain
to Chicago, carrying sleeping, dining and observation cars; also
also tbrough sleeping cars to St. Louis; and with the "South. At
lantic Limited," (leaving at 7.12 A. M:}a solid train to Cinciniati.
carrying sleeping and dinning cars; also through sleeping cars; to
Louisville and Indianapolis.
Contections are also mad(e iu Atlanta with the .ALanta and
West Point R. R. for Montgomery, Mobile. Ne-v Or1-- Lns and the
South west; with the Southern Railway, for Birwingh.am, Memphis
and the West and with other diverging lines for points in South
For reservations, tickets and schedules, to any Western des
bination by this new and attractive route, by old and reliable lines
apply to H. D. CLARK,
Ticket Agent of the Atlantic Cost Line
The Standard Railroad of the South.
A COLD'CUED OR
If you want to get rid of that COLD or LAGRIPPE
just purchase twelve of 'our Capsules, compounded by
us. If taken as direted and they fail td cure, we will
gladly refund yoir money.
DICKSON'S DRUG STORE.
The Cole $Jorn and.Cotton Planter.
The Cole Corn and Grain Dropper.
The Cole Fertilizer Distributor.
The Rex Fertilizer Distributor.
The Victor Fertilizer Distributor.
The Acme Fertilizer Distributor.
The K. P. Fertilizer Distrnbutor.
T1e Gant Fertilizer Side-Dresser.
.The Cole Fertilizer Side-Dresser.
The Iron Age Harrow.
The Handy-Andy Horrow.
The Joh'n Deere Drag-Harrow.
-The ,Planet Jrf.Cultivator.
The Planet Jr. Cultivator with Sweeps,
The Syracuse One and Two-Hora Plows. 4
The Chattanooga One and Two-Horse Plows. i
The Celebrated.Stag Brand Paint and Stains.
The Beautiful and Sanitary Wall Coating
The American Field arid Poultry Wire Fence.
The Red Seal Dry Battery (GUARANTEED)
The Edison Mazda Elec. Lamp
(It's only rival the sun.
Come and let us sHOW YOU.
Oh, I'm ai Soapirnker all right.
A:d it's so EASY=-so QU1CC!
p .r hss ater jato to r ads of melted dreae
SDo L JNG .:t all.
/. El you will have zeven pounds of fine, hard soap,
D... worda, and I ,>ny cost 5c., anickel, a half dime.
am RED DEVIL LYE
GET MEAT ANY GOOD STORE
5-SAVE MY LABELS 5c
We invite your.inspection of our
?Spring Millinery. We have the latest
Sstyles in Ladie's, Misses' and Children's
SHats at reasonable prices.
Our;Milliners are experts in their
Slines, and we guarantee satisfaction.
ii CLARNDON MILINERY STORI