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N sht 4at All sasons of the
yva --wFiashrof the Lamp or the
Sz or f tha Fog Siren Welcomes or
Wa ruthe, Watchful Mariner.
Th' irofkO d g-arding navigation
V- Laes ofthe 'United States is a
*ernd more complex problem
-M.hen aideople appreciate, for thee
a iau eor complex ePOnditions to
sea onevar ing -ith the pe
f oatio!. -The terri
ctired Is also usuall
no flzt only theentire
oga eth onty-both -on
the A43 Pacdfe ceans, but of
+th -d and the great lakes
b ser1 ;never ends
oday. unmmer orwin
se v L"Te "COmprises
a neg over K600
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bns at um -e
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a mornthwardl out
-G nianed by the
* _-Thse re12Zfo-signals on
*~ - ~otbeL rest lakes
*cantha northern P
c ~ morese-while In Porto
nd~u are required.
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orktTh'e Wise Un--Huh!
S'thespeed It goes at.
Iakythat Its the lock
g-|Yd of -Me..
yA~t eot raige hardwood, asher
~napdu iils of potash, 32
||Isabo*i .acid, -and 640
-r -about one-third of
Tie trimnlings run 100,
50 15ponds,. respectively
W 4mblehn5- average about
th t hyand straw or 30, 20
C ahes are practically
nIle.but improve the
l ""c atin ofi close or sticky
~c~~~verestable -inanue conm
one-tenth as stuch potash
was much infvri
y .-si meant "oetf
-The Greek bride wore a
4 nrtle. A bride of today
her .owa Sower if she
glbtake the Sower al
~e~~iouthespecially It the
- Munwa usuanly
TONNAGE OF A VESSEL
sVvet What it. Is and the Methods by
Which It Is Measured.
To find the tonnage or displacement
of a ship Is rather puzzliug. The 'ton
nage of a ship is the measure of its
cubical or carrying capacity expressed
in tons. At the present time there are
four methods in use of expressing the
* tonnage-of a ship. known respectively
as the gross tonnage, -the' net register
tonnage. the deadweight tonnage and
the displacement tonnage.
In calculating the gross tonnage the
whole interior capacity of the ship be
low the tonnage deck is found, includ
ing that 'of all covered in spaces on
deck used for stowage, and the result
in cubic feet is divided by 100.
The net register tonnage is the gross
tonnage minus all the spaces used for
the accommodation of the crew axid
instruments and the working parts of
the ship. It is on the net register ton
nage that amost invariably dues are
The deadweight tonnage is the meas
Qure of the eract amount of cargo that
a ship can carry without sinking too I
deep in the water.
The displacement tonnage - is the
space occupied by the ship in the wa
ter. The amount of water displaced I
by a ship Is, of course, equal In weight
to the ship and all it contains. As
one ton is equal to thirty-five cubic
feet of water, the displacement ton
nage is found -by dividing the number.
of cubic feet of water displaced by
thirty-five when the ship is immersed
up to its draft'or load line.-London
stor a of .Time Told by Fossilized 1
Pants and Animals.
Scientists -hesitate to estimate geo-- I
logical time in terms of years. Such I
estimes ba've, however, been made, I
and one published by Professor Charles I
~Se9uchert in 1910 states that about I
IZ000;000 years bave elapsed since the 1
.clcse of the carboniferous age, an age, I
aS the name suggests, in which great I
deposits of-carbon, in coal, were being I
formed in .many parts of the world. i
This age has. been divided by geolo
gisis 1nto the Missisippian, Pennsyl
vantan and Permian epochs, -of which
the Mi -sietnoan is the oldest and the
Pennn the youngest.- The, Pennsyl
vanlan' cpoch -alone is estmated by
Schcert to have covered - 2,160,000
years, and. animal NfHe: Is supposed to
lave existed on2 the earth for over 14,
A00000-years before that time.
Geologic periods are. recognized pri
marfy by the nimal-e and .plants that
lizedAn. them. so that the study of
fossils plays a very real and Important
part in the progress of geologic knowl
Rocks of carboniferous age, as shown
by their fossils, have a. wide distribu
tion% the United -States, and they
are apt to abound in these remains of
,plant'and animal life.- The fossil shels
-which are found in them, however,
muay vary greatly from point to point,
because the animals they represent
'vd In diferent periods of geologic
thme or in different regions in. the car
-The principal languages of the world
are- listed in order as follows: English,
spoken--'by more-tisan 150.000000 peo;
ple~ German, more than 120,4900,000;
12sann more-than 90,000,000; French,.
more 'han 60,000,000; Spanish, more
than 55,000,000; Italian, more than 30,
000,000, and Portuges more than 30,
000;000. Thes'e seven are the principal
n aesof -Europe and- America.
Tihere are said to be 8,424 spoken lan
guages-or dialects In the world-1.624
In America, g3yin AsIa, 587 in Europe
and '278 In Africa. -Among other Im
riag-tngugesof India, Persia, Ara
bifa'and modern Greece.
A.wounded .eoldler explained - his
revance to aia nurse.
" 'You -see, -ld Smith was next t.ae in
'thetrenches. Now, the bullet that
took me in the shoulder, and laid me
ut went intoimn and made a bit of a
'eshi wound tir his arm. Of course I'm
glad-he'wasn'turt bad. But he's stuck
tomy. h.bnt and given it his. girl.
Now. Idon't think th'at's fair. Pd a
rght to it. 'd never give 8.girl O'
mine a second 'and bullet."-Exchange.
New York City'sa-Pensions.
New York city has eight pension
funds. They are .the public school
teachers' retfrement fund, the police
pension fund, the fire department re
ief fund, the' department of health
fund, the College of the City of New
York fund, the supreme -court appel
late division fund, the street claning
departmient-fund and the city of New
York employees' retirement fund.
New York MaiL
"ony"said the Indignant parent,
"why didn't you ~come home when I
"I -didn't hear you," replied truthful
"Then why did you run away?"
"Because I was, afraid that I might -
hear you."-Richmond Times-Dispatch.
"When you'were courting me." said
his wife. "you declared there wasn't
another woman in the world like me."
"Yes," replied her husband. "and I'm
glad of It-for the sake of other men."
In common things the law of sacri
dice takes the form of positive duty.
Iow's Thist '
Wp-ofer One Hundred Doilars Reward for
ecase ofCatrh that cannot be cured be
P. J. CHENEY &~ CO., Props., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney
for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly
honorable inall business transactions and finan
cily able to carry out any obligations made by
Wrst & TeIAx, wholesale druggists, Toledo, 0.
WALnrso, :fqAy & MA avLs, wholesale drur
gsts. Toledo, 0.
-Han's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acing
directly upon the blood aniucous surfaces of
the systm. Pric' 75c. per bottle. Sold by all
pruggists. Testimonials free.
HaD's Family Pills are the best
To the i'anor Born.
A ady accosted a little girl who was
entering one of the fashionable New
York flats where she knew the ruileu
-were exoeedingly strict, and after
some little conversation, said: "How
Is it you live in these dlats? I thought
they would not take children. How did
you get in?" "Why," replied the child,
"I was born In."
Earth excavated from Panama canal
was sufficient to build sixty-three pyr
amtd= the se ofat of heop,
Jam, From "Jamaica."
Jam seems to take its name from
Tamaica, and is comparatively a mod
prn luxury. Galt, In his "Annals of
the Parish," states that the fashion
)f jam making was Introduced Into
Scotland about 1760, wherr berry
ushes wer4 planted by "soine of our
roung men that had been sailors com
[ng from Jarnxica," and the condiment
was valued In the first place chiefly as
'an excellent medicine, for a sore
hroat." A writer In Hone's "Every
!ay Book," In 1826, deplored the fact
hat jam could not be "purchased at
.he shops as other articles of con
sumption ore." -
taint's Tender Conscience.
SL. Macarius was originally a con
lectioner in Alexandria. He withdrew
Crom trade and took up a life in the
lesert, devoting himself wholly to re
igious thought His conscience, it is r
aid,- became so tender, that having
mee killed a gnat that bit him he
mmediately hastened, in a penitent
nood, to a marsh which abounded In
great flies, a torment even to the wild
oSr. He exposed himself to these
nsects six months, at the end o
which time his body was. a mass o'
;ores, and he could only be recognize,
)y his voice.
Too Much for Mother.
-A Pasadena boy asked his father
what was meant by the expression:
'the woman had a- Greek profile."
'he father put down the paper he was
-eading and replied: "Why, It mere
y means a classic outline." The i
sother took a hand, declaring the I
mszer was too short and really a c
hifty euphemism. "Give our son a <
ong and A-ear answer," she Insisted. c
Paterfailias sat up and made this I
ucid, ornate reply: "A Greek profile
s a bold silhouette, blending the Doric I
Lmd Ionian .expression and depicting I
hat clear-cut plastic work of Praxi- t
eles, which Is entirely Creo trom the
'ococo renaissance school ant; which a
a modern melodrama, would be called
he marble facp." Both lother and f
on took the count, and father re
umeI his reading of the article:
'W iy Oysters Have Strorg Lungs."
A Full St
in stock. and ask yotr il
prices before you buy.
D. M. Bradt
To get your Fall Suit, our
is now in. We use the famc
we are prepared to irive 3
We also do Cleaning. P
French Dry Cleaning.
ing on all kmnds of
~PHONE No. 1.
Fo CasH _or onETime
and - Ammnoniated Fertil
out Potash. Better se
Originally the expression "Fao
the music," was Bridsh army- s1
ind applied to men who were,
misconduct, di'ummed out'of.the ra
to the tune of the "Rogue's Ma*
As in general use,. however.. it I
ave come from the theater, and
'er to- the fact that the actdr.
;inger. upon the, stage has tie
:hestra facing him' In this' cas,
would have. in mind the trepida
with which the performer faced
Ludience while the orchestra pla
lhe prelude to his song or-speech:
meaning is therefore, "meeting
No Two Finger Prints Alike.
And every human ,being I2 the i
er of finger prints is different f]
very other. Twins are not twins-i
espect to these unvarying identil
ion marks. The little. towhea
irls who have to be blue and: red
oned to teU them ap"rt are as uni
a the finger prints as i.f t1sey
5nged to entirely different fath
nd mothers. Family 'resemblanc
joke when you come to put
nger tip DrInts under the magnifY
lass. The digit marks make no
ount of blue blood, aritocracy,
iocracy or p~ysitgnomy. The:
st crevices in the skin.
.Luminescence of Nitrogen.
It has been found that-nitrogen,
>rously and spectroscopically pure
uires a continuous inminesce
luring the electric discharge,
herefore this -phenomenbn can
onger. be attributed to the presc
>f traces 6L oxygen. In the p
.nce of metallic vapors, such as ti
f mercury, sodium or potassium, E
he Seientific American, the pheno
ton is not produced owing to the
rogen's being attacke4 by the me
le vapors, forming a coznbination
he metal with nitrogen.. The -.P
nce of oxygen, which oxides the z
llc vapors, hinders their - action
he active nitrogen- and renders
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ispection. Get oura
es paid for
t To Call
Fall and -Winter Samples
us Bruner Woolen, and
ou a guaranteed job.
resing, Dyeing and
C. WILLIAMS, Prop.
OLD BAKERY STAND
izers with or with
a us before placing
Of The Successful Busi
nait- is * 63 one to follow; tou can't go
r rong if Yiou walk in his footsteps.
ca. N man of affirs today is without a
did. coimercial. bank account; no business,
how*ever-small, can afford to be without
be. one.- If von have not an account, get in
ers line for success by opening one with
Home Bidk and Trust Co
Sputhern Railway New
its -Trade Mark.
The Southern Rail-way Company has
adopted .a new hnd attractive- trade
roark as shown above. The design 'SR"
is-symbolical to ihe nawe.of the..road
and the wording "The Southern'Serves
the South" is ~suggestit'e of the many
'lines operated by the. Southern. Rail
way throughout all of the states south
of the Ohio and Potomac and east. of
the Mfississippi river.s..
There is hardly a city ortown of im
.ptance throughout, the entire south
thatiis not connected irith :the: balance
of the south, either directly by the
Soulhern-Railway's-own trains or by
geiig.cirlines'6vir oibr roads in
connection with Southern Railway, via
some adjacent junction point'. On this
caonnt thetitle- 4The Southern Serves
the Sopth" . was Adopted as. being; ap
Southern itallway spends about 8200,
000,000 a year in advertising and a
areat.deal of this.advertising is done in
th'e 'Northern, Eastern7 and Western
sections of thb6 country so as to attract
*eple into %the. Squthr,. and on all of
this advertising matterthis trade mark
-_wi l-appear hereafter. .
The bestin the world'
Effective Sept. 1, 1914.
Station Train No. 1 Train No.-2
-- - -rRead Up. Read Down.
-Alcolu Ar. 8:30 a.mn. Lv. 10:15 a.n
McLeod Lv. 8:20 " " 10:20 ''
Harby " 8:15 " " 10:25- "
Durant " 8:05 " " 10:35 "
SSardinia " 7:50 " " 10:50 "
New Zion " 7:40 " "~ 11:30 ".
Beards ." 7:35 " " .11:10 "
Seloc -" 7:30 " . " 125 "
Par oda Jt. " 7:15 " "' 11:40 "
Hudsons " 7:10 " " 11:55 -"
Olanta " 7:00 " . Ar. 12:05 p.m
Train No. 1 and No. 4 are 1Passenger'
Train No. 2 and No. 3 are -Mixed Tral
Daily except Sunday..
- "I"McLeods, -Harby, Durants, Beal
P. R. 2
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ing at a low price. All W<
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Have you ever stopped to ti
your life's work will be? Are y
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-may want to borrow(;one of thes~
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time you come in to say.."ello.'
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BANK OF TU
Engineer w- Surveyor
Concrete, Drainage, Roads.
.Superintendent of Water Works,
-MANN;ING, S. C.
Phone - Water Works.
JOHN G. DINKINS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Manning, S. C.
Office in Old Court House.
. H. LESESNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAw,
MANNING. S. C.
W.C. DAVIS. J. W. WIDEMAN
DAV1s & WIDEMAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAw ,
MANNING. S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING. S. C.
R. 0. FUDY. a. OLIVER 0 BRYA
PURDY & O'BRYNA,
Attorneys - ounselors at Law
MANNING, S C.
DR. J. A. COLEG,
Upstairs over Bankof Manning.
MANNING, S. C. -
Phone No 77
D. 0. EoWARDS. -. N;PEITT
EDWARDS & PERRITT,
- . CIVI. ENGINEERS
Office Over Home Bsuk and Trust Co.,
-MANNING S C.
G. T. Floyd,
SURVEYOR and CiVIIENGINEER
Office over Bank of Manning
On Fiist-Class Real Estate
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Manning S. C.
nvigorating to the Pale and Sickdy
ge old Stndard enerae,
GROVS TA$TZLMS hl ONC. aft
tem A tre tonic. Fat adnita and childrn. 50e
[E, NO. 14.
Supersedes Time Table No. 13.
Train No. 3 Train No. 4 Ml.
Read Up. Read Down.
Ar. 5:00 p.m. Lv. 8:16 p.m. 0
Lv.4:50 " " 8:20 " 2
" 4:40 " " 8:25 " 5
"4:25 " "' 8:.30 " 7
" 4:10 " " 8:45 " 12
".4:00 " " 8-50 " 14
" 3:50 ". " 8:55 " 15
-' 3:20 " " 9:15 " 20
" 3:10 " " 9:20 ". 21
." 3:00 -" Ar.9:30 " 25
dsand Hudson are flag stations.
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leolu. S. C.
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timates on your Plaimb
rk strictly guaranteed.
t your Fixtures.
Next to Pressing Club.
QHarvest Be? .8
it~k of whatt the harvest o
ou storingr away part of your
Id age and'misfort~une?.
iat our bank would be an
ads safely. It's a good plan
g banking connection. You
e datys; we can negotiate the
it. right rates and without
next time you're in tewn.
2't, have to do business every
loney and We'll Rememb er
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If yol want to get rid of thatCOLD or LAGRIPPrk 1
just purchase twelve of our Capsules, compounded b *
us. If taken as directed and they fail :to cure, we will
- gladly refund your money.
DICKSON'S- DUG STOREI
The Bailey-Lebby Co
Machinery Mill and Plumbing Supplies.
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The U. S. Tire Compan
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Charleston. - --
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Time tells what
* you did yesterday.
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-If, for no other reason than the unforeseen demands incident
to human life, you owe yourself a Bank account..
Il's a duty, because you haven't the power to predict the
future but you have power to start a Bank account and fortify for
thefatnre. Besides we want to help worthy young men to succeed.
The Bank ofManning.
There's a great variety of useful articles required
in the kitchen for cooking purposes, and we have
them all in superior quality. Kettles, Tea and Coffee
Pots, Broilers, Saucepans, Fry Pans, Cake Tins,
etc., we have in the most excellent makee. They are
of the finest block tin, and formed in a way that
makes them most durable. Whether you need a
whole kitchen outfit or an odd thir~g, it is here.
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