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For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
The Faust Legend.
li For 1,400,years the Faust legend
the sale of a human soul to a devil
be has existed. The first recorded-hint of
I Its vitality is given in the sixth cen
r- tury story of "Theophilus." That story
ay suited the early Christians in their ef
n forts to stamp out the necromancing
I devices of evilly disposed persons prone
D to seek power by unholy means. The
association of the name of Faust, how
ever, with the legend is not more than
UP 400 years old. The likeliest prototype
of the modern Faust is theman of the
same name who in Cracow boldly pro
claimed himself a professor of magic.
be In the sixteenth century stories Helen
of -Troy was bestowed by Mephisto
pheles upon Faust, and not until the
middle of the eighteeUth century does
h there appear a shadowy Margaret in
the form of a."beautiful but poor girl,"
who afterward develops into the Mar
garet of Goethe.
t The Dead Horse.
The smart travelingnman stood on a
e corner in the little country village at
dusk. He was looking for amusement,
and the first object that attracted his
hattention was an overgrowi boy, per
e haps fifteen years of age, ridlag a
horse that might .have comhe out of the
eb"Hello, sonny!" shouted the sales
man. "How long has that horse been
SQuick as a gash the lo eled
"Three days. but you're the first bus
zard that has noticed It."
The traveling man .moved on to the
Force of Association.
S While the owner of'the touring car
dismounted during necessary repairs,
1the young front wheel timidly asked
the old back wheel:,
'"Don't you get weary of the social
s~ whirl-revolving and revolving and
r "You'll get used to It." said the old
fwheel. "Our owner Is a spinster, with
[r- nothing to do but go round. till some
55 times I feel like a Daughter of the
I Willis-Do you think a man should
o he allowed to hold the highest honor
li In the United States more than four
Syears? Gillis-Sure thing! I say, If a
r man can top the leaguein bat':lng for
1) ten or even fifteen years let him stay
In the game for the good of the sport.
d( -Boston ,Tournal.
IS-- A Difficulty.
he "When I marry the woman .1 want
must be the possessor of brains.
d( "But suppose she fnakes the same
e ges Old Soras, OtzheRek~s Won't Cws.
".estcasennMte*f o.o sanding
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
n Pain and Heals at the same time. 25c,50c, SL~f
d ISouthern Railway New
his The Southern Railway Company has
eadopted a new and attractive tade
In mark asshown above. The design 'SR"
is symboligal to the name of the road
and the wording "The Southero Serves
the South" is suggestive of the many
lines operated by the Southern Rail
f way throughout all of the states south
a of the Ohio and Potomac and east of
t" the Mississippi rivers.
*. There is hardly a city or town of im
rportance throughout the entire soutnl
that is not connected with the balance
of the south, either directly by the
- Soulhern Railway's own trains or by
Wf sieeping carnines over other roads in
t connection with Sothern Railway. via
some adjacant junction point. On this
d account the title "The Southern Serves
.the South" was adopted as bejing ap
Southern liailway spends about $200,
o000,000 a ygear in advertising and a
-great deal of this advdrtising is done in
the Northern, Eastern and Western
Ssections of the country so as to atr raet
peopla into the Soul b. and on all of
this advertising matter this trade mark
wilt appear bereafter.
F01LY KIDNE1Y PILSI
4M me BaGKAGWE KIDNEYS AND B1.ADDEE
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT.
K EW YORL.
- KEWAfl THEIR TRI|CKS
#rderick the Great Proved it to
Genmn" sakl~ Frederick1
Ge aera review of his troops,
u a tifiety dissatisfied withthe c
ayThe regimunte. are complet
otbadl. There is no accuracy,
- e.Thre ride- like taios
that thisinay not occur again a
th eac~h &f you; will pay more att
tion-to is duty, but!I know b
things~ orn. Yyu think I am not
~ our dodges, tbut I know them
B w~ ecapalate them.
~ ~-~heR te ason for riding d
n nes, on, thei eaptain sends for i
mieg ant jQrgand says: 'I have
me first -ietetnt to take the ridi
3o the ser4tmajor goes to- 1
SDsubhef and gives him 1
mag-e and belatter says: 'Wh
bmecaptain 41be away? - ThenI
of huntng. the second in
teake'th A the second lien
tenant,.wlio Jiprobably still in b
aays: ?What of them away? Tt
!-w~rta Ir lam. I.was-up
a er~at-a dance. .Tell1
erdt - m~Uand he must take 1
saily the' ~cornet remar
SLekhr4sergeant; major; what
-teodoay standing out there
d tecI oknow allabout it mt
betirzthea I do. You oadt
~ ''1 goes. and -whatmust
the n~ all? Wvhat can I. hope
twlth s ch cavalry before the e
yT Ustney of Erederick I
low ShowuanPictured the Quw
~amal toffi Friend.
xWben . . Barnumwas in the n
uee balness in. New York 'one~of 1
lostjCtial friends was Gaylord Clal
afmmltterateur In the days of c
fahead Thney were a well matched p
n-mpak-icsljokers. One day when3I
ark ,dropped in at the museum
as hisk custom, Mr. Barnum, app
'emtly muech excited, hurried hIs fie
to the private office and saId9-Gj
- I1, I as about to send for you.
want your advice. I have a chance
grhasel the most wonderful of
oologcal freaks.. It's at first a p
-tect fish, then It changes to a fC
legged Ied -animal. then It eliim
BM 1. You're joking." lnterfecl
- M.*ciark., -
dai my honor I am not," lmpr
lvely replied the showman. . "But I
"Oh, hang the exp'ense" interrupt
Mr.Clark, brimful of enthusiasm o1
the business project of his 'friend.
yon can get any such freak as tI
- your fortune's made. But what's 1
thng ailed? .
"Well." replied Mr. Barnum, withj31
the faintest suggestion of a twinkle
his left eye. "it belongs to the but
chian family of animals and in I
vernacular Is called the-the-tadpol
-Tb. Old Time Surgeon.
Before anesthetics were known1
surgeon's only expedient was to abric
his patient's sufferings by working r:
Mdff. In this the old time sUurgos4
wonders, One day the celebrated s
geon Maisonneuve had to amputatei
leg of a poor devil, who began to h
in advance. *I'll give you my watC;
-aid the surgeon. "if the operat.
asts more tha~n a minute." The zz
accepted the offer. but was obliged
forego the handsome watch, as the
eration took less time than It requi
-to describe. To amputate an arm
- the shoulder Is a most diffcult ope
-tion. Dr. Langenbeck of Germany
It In two minutes. A young physic
who came to see him perform the
eraton adjusted his spectacles to
nose so as rnot to lose a single mo
ment, but when the spectacles were
place th'e ope-stionl was over.
improving on Shakespeare.
A member of the business staff
*Robert Mantell. the actor, tells o1
conversation he overheard "in froz
on the occasion of Mr. Mantell's
duction of "Hamlet" in a west<
"Oh, Harry." said the young womn
"I think it's an awful shame to dro
Ophelia and kill Hamlet. They ou
to have been married."
Whereupon Harry hea:veda sigh
looked earnestly at his companliol
"I ain't great on tragedy." said
-"but that's how I should fix It."-4
. For Inants and cidrea
a UsFor Over 3Yea
Senature of .
Fo!lowingis the lis-s of grand aud
petit. jUroS tr41Xln to ;erve at the en
suit g term of evurt. which rouvenes
on .\onday January 24th. at 10 o'c o- k:
D P Emiiott. S.lvt-r, R F D.
W F FluSh, Turbt ville.
S M Haynesworth, Fort ston.
D N Budoin, Tu~abeviile. <
t W Beard, New Zion.
o D Harvin. Pinew>xi.
.J P Hollerday, Manniog. -
M W Floyd, Lake City. R F D. <
J L Barrow, Jr.,. Ne w Zion, .
W B Evaus, J.: New Zion. t
W B JaYtoe, P.axville
H J Ros-, Remini s
J J Barnes, Foreston.
.1 H Murray, Manning. t
J M Elliott, Silver. R F D. J
Alonza-Smith. Tut b-ville.
W:F. Baird. Turbeville. t
OT Ardis. Sammerion. b
N M Riges, Manning. a
E R Driggers, Lake City, R F D.
P J Holladay. Suwmerton.
H J Haley, Mancing. C
F N Thomas, Turbeville
J M DuBose, New Zion
W H Green. Turbeville, o
Douelass Holladay, Summerton. a
J N Lide, Pinewood. a
R A Brown. Paxville. t
R B Beatson, Manning. . f
W D Colclough, Paxville.
J .0 Coker, Turbeville. a
E B Shorter. Davis Station. $
L M Allsbrooks, Wilson
R M Cin, Manning.
Junius-B Holladay, Manning
R W Wheeler, New Zion.
J R Griffin, Pinewood.
8 B Griffin, Silver.
J-P Lackey. Paxville.
L R Gibson, Silver.
F A Felder. Summerton.
C 0 Edwards, Manning. 0
C C Touebberry, Summerton.
B L DuBose. New Zion. o
M E Brunson, Davis Station. q
W H Smith, New Zion
W A Richbour, St Paul. t<
SEOND WEEK JURY. sI
T T Windham, Naning. at
R H Briggs. Silver tr
Joe Geddings,.Paxville a
Fred Barnes, Summerw si
O'G Keels, Summerton Ca
Willie Johnson, New Zion, R F D Z
R L Gayle, St Paul -a
C B Baker, New Zion, R F D nc
J D Beatson. Manning. No. 1
J F Bradham, Manninir cc
W J Daniels, Alcoin R F D bi
G M Bradham, No. 1 - J'
L N Barwick, Jr , Pinewood t
M L Hicks, Turbeville
C W Thames, Wilson. R F D Cc
D S Wheeler, Turbeville Ui
J Eugene Broghton, Pinewood en
J P~Creecy, Manning as
Arthur Haley, Wilson at
J B Harvin, Alcolu
David Shumaker. Silver ar
D W DuRant, -Alcolu ar
Julien Weiuberg. Manning .
J D McElveen, New Zion as
J A James, Sr., Summerton is
W K Hill, Manning, R F D sh
A W Biilups, Summerton ur
E L Thigpen. Lake City, R F D Ce
R P Barrow, New Zion to
C M Wilson, Summerton un
C H Touchberry, Summerton D1
W E Cuttino, Manning - t
C E McElveen, New Zion ot
H E DuRant, Alcola
R T Harrington, Manning, No. 2 ca
,L E Brailsford, Summerton s1(
TATE OF SOUTH CAROUINA, i
County of Clarendsn,
on S. Watt and M. E. Watt, Plaintiff a
iiza Tisdal. Macy Tisdal, Jolin..Dick- E
son, Henritte McCrew, Willie Watt.
Regiue Zeiszler, William Slawson, t
Marv Ann Ainslie, Julia C. Hipps. or
kan Benritagti'CmifllaC."RagTh; 5
Jhbn E. Raifin, Rufus Ragin, - L. -R., -P
Watr,-and Joseph Watt. James Watt '
Blle Watt, Jobn-Dow, Richard Roe bi
and otbers unknown heirs of J. H. i
Watt, deceased. 'Ti
NOTICE OF SALE. ce
Under and by virtue of a Judgment at
rder of the Court of Common 'Pleas, bc
the above stated action, to -me di m
cted, bearing date -of January 6th, es
16, I will sell at public auction, to tb
he highest bidder for cash,- at Claren- of
Ion Court House, at Manning. witbin le
e legal hours for judicial sales, -- to
!onday the 7thb day of February 1916, t'b
eing saiesday, the following described 1:<
eal estate: so~
All that piece parcel or tract - of land in
yine, being and situate in the County A
r Clarendon, in the State of South Car- St
)lina. containing one hundred and fifti nc
150) acres, moret or less, and bounded pr
ed buttinir as follow.;, to wit: North
v lands of William Tindal, formerly dEl
' J. R. Tames and lands of Shad racb tb
sVaker; East by lands of J. H. Dingle ti<
nd lands of James R. C. Corbett; ca
3outh by lands of Mrs. Eliza Wells, sp
tnd West by lands og James B. Hol- p1
All that lot of land and building- re
e-reon in ihe Town .of Summerton, he
ounty of Clarendon,: :state of South
arolina, containin2 one-bdaf acre and at
"ouded and butting astio1Iows, to wit: iin
orth by Main Street;Eiist by lot of m
-Windham, South by lot of W. W- ir
onderson, and West by lands of R. C. Si
~bewnng. the same being sbown as nc
t No. 11 on a plat made by H. T
.anteyv in 1905. measuring ninety (90) va
eet on Main Street and back line of ce
aid lot extending back from Main fo
~treet two hundred and forty t wo (242.) in
et. The same being the lot convey ed or
y Elizabeth N. Briggs and R. R1. 81
riggs as Trustees to L. R. Watt on sb
he 20th day of June, 1905. i~n
Purchaser to pay for papers. Ja:
E. B. GA MBLE, da
Sheriff, Clarendoi Coun-y- th
0 Drive Out Malarla Co
Anzd Build Up The System
Lake the Old Standard GROVE'S pa
ASTEESS chill TONIC. You know re
bat yuare taking, as the formula is A1
- nte on every label, showing it is
uinine and Iron in a tasteless form. A
rhe Quinine drives out malaria, the
xon builds up the system. 50 cents A,
. . A
NO 13E1tK T
NO OTER ASCOOD
Purcase he NEW OME andyouwinhve3
t if ase a te rieyo py.Th eimnaio f
WAR NOE ORAELLK TM. F
urcws the orld ovrHo sueor seowiqalite
r-ai ensetb soduderc anyohrname.pan bs
THE NEW HOME BEWING MACH!NE CO.,ORAN6E,MASS,
A n Ordinanro
7o Levy and Collect Licenses in The
7own of Manning for The Year 1916
ie Cto'rdainfd EMdoi W
d. ro o m;nM . Tihw6..fV 063
Section, 1. That -every pgrgson ruo,
Oipanf.OorpowtIlon env a
rale, bdsidesb or prfesso ~
er m ntion'ed withio the li
own of Mannin .shall he re J n
r before the 71, day of Feb
u obta n iensute to e
rade, businessor~.profe.ss t. tl
imits of th' ixd town: an erg~pe eR
on, firm or corporaton not now so en
aged, but expectin to engage in s.ne
rade. business.or-.. 'igAa~ . after-Ate
bt day of January of ti ore t year,
hall b.- requiredi Cs. btai ..
a exercise same.ll th sad li nsest
e tixed accordinit' the seh.-r!~t aJXuz
mounts hereinat-er set forth. -
section 2. Upo 'e.ich ev
erchaut. or any~ t.heP'teSon, fi m
ompany or corporation doing business
rithin the limits of the said town of
fanning, and for each and every store
r place'of business *ithin the *dgr
e imits of: thewsaidtown. excepMs a
s are otherwiss s.callyVtaxdby
is ordinance, ih liainse shlal 'be as
Upon merchants * whoso -grsi rash
na credit sales do not exceed: -
2000 per annum ............$10.00.
5 000 per, anuan ....
10 000 oer annum.............2000
15 000- per annua - ... .2
25 000 per annum ...... ..... 30.00,
40 000 per annum .:......... 35
50 00 per annum ..........40.00
75000 per annum ..........4500
100.000 per annum .... ...... 50.00
Section 3. Every 6rm, company
>rporation required by the ordinance.
the town of Manning to-:obtain .a-116
mse to engage in any trade, business
profession for which a lic.ense is re
aired, shall, before the 5th, day of
,nuary of each year, register with the
wn clerk, first his or her-name -.or
yle, and in case of a-lirm orc impany,
id thse place of business; second, te
ade, busines.s or profession for wbiih
license is requiredrthe place where
ch trade, 'business or prbfessio -is
,rried on in the ease of . a dealer in.
>ods, wares or. merehandise, tge
nount, extent and value of the bus.
iss carried on, all-of which .shall.,e
en under oath. All persobs, 'firms,
muanies or corporations commencing
isiness on or after the fi:st day .oT.
mnuary 1916 shall register as aforesaid.
shall be duty of the town--cletli' . t6
sess all persons,- firms, comnanies and
rporations liaole for -town. licenses
Lder the ordinances of this- town, ad
ter the.same .in: .a.bpQ)Et.. be..ns.
the License Book, giving a classified
d complete list of. all such persons,
'is. companies and,.corporations w
e liable for town 4icense, and t4.
iohnt of license for wffich they are
6ble. which licenses shall be obtained
herein proxided, un...n. be r.e.a
day of Februa-ry, 1916.. L.ceu.
all be issued by the Clerk indWag
er. who jball keep a record of all. -.
nse fixed by the ordinances of
wn of Manning and assessed by him
ider authority-thereof| asafoorid-in
e manner prescribe&bY the '-s ~df
e State of South Carolinao.=a t$i
dinances of the town of Manning.
Section 4 If any person exercis6Mf
rry on any trade, business or prolds
)> for the xegreig~grjDg..n
ing of which a license is' required by
is.ordinance-,* wtioirfry fe---&&isttz
g or taking out such a'license as 'in
at be half required..ie *ffA they
sides being liage twO~fie paymnt .0
e license, shkzlkje subject 't'o fine
't to exceedi$4etr imprisonmel for
time not to exeted thirty day pon
nvictio&b~foriXhe .alayor oti
Section 5. In every baense to be
ien out under or by authority of this
dinance, shall be contained ad set
sh -tupepse;-sd eld~c
ated, and the name and place of
siness- of,4be person..or' :personse O'tk
rout the same, and .tjie,.. ~mg.fo~r
ich it is granted. The" Cert' anQd
~esurer shill prep'are--a .form of ri
se to ne' used..in~eadh case, and shall.
.e the- same printed and'-bound in
ok brm, in a neat apd.,subsrantia1
mner, 'with a proper stub attacht d to..
ch. hpon wbicb-strall be'-written at
e time the l:icense is issued the name
the party obtaining -the- same, the
2gth of:tinie.eotered hrsuch license.
sethei-~ witbh: the amount. sarged
erefor; and thre party redeiving such
ese shall-keep the esame posted in
me conspicuous place where his bus
ess, trade or profession is carrie~d on.
2y evasions of the 'yrovisiins si -this
tion shall be subject .to a penalty of
t more than .340 or 'thirty days im
Section 6. The liense grantedt- un
r this ordiziance sliall~ pot; authorize
e person, firm, comisany~o coffepra
e mentioned therein..to.exercise. or'
rry on tradle, business or profes'ion
eeiied in such Jieense -.n- any -other'
ice than that mentioned therei..AII
enses issu< d on 'an'd aftetr Febuary
rshall not be for less t'han .the our
nt year unless o'herwise provided
Seesion 7. For a- license to earry.on
y permanent or trai'sient trades,..bus'
ess rprofession, ttie'sum hereinaf'er
~ni~ned shall be paid into the .iWvn
~asury in gold or silver coin. United
ates Treasury note, National Bank
tes or gold or silv'er certificates..
Section 8. Aoy .mqn~ey lender:(pri
te) who shall charge, accept or re
ive intei'est charges or compensatiott
the lenaing of money, directjyv or
liretly, by whatever name, means
device, in excess of the lera'l rate of
her cent per annum, he, she or i~y
all be subject to a fine 'not ex~ceed
$40 or imprisonment, in .the. town
I for a time not exceeding thirty
s for each offense and the record of
air convictions, convictions shalt be
orted to the next meeting of 'R'vn
ncil whereupon the license of suth
rty or parties so convicted-shal.be
ictioneers selling at public
utcry .......... ........ 5 00
rency or agent real estate
eenting or selling........... 5 00
ents seiling fertilizers.. --S 00.
ents or dealer in pianos and:.- -: .
rgans or either. .....:.. 10 00.
gents.not specially mentiofreV 1-0 00
.itomobiles, dealers......... - 1.0:00
tomoiles. repair shop..... 5 00
tomobile Livery, 1 Car....-' 10 00
untomobile Livery, more.than .
one Car......... .......... 15 (J0
iks or Trust Co's., wi'th Cap -
itai Stock and Surplus less
than $40,000.......... ....35 00
nks or Trust Co's., wit-h Cap
ital Stock and Surplius more 00
hn $40,000.............. 50 0
rokers -merchandise..'..': 5 00
illard or pool room, each. ... .20 -00
arber shops, per chair..... 2 00
lacksmith shops and wheel
w~rihts ......... ..... 0
arding houses or hotels for .
the accowdation of transient .
cutomers. having 8 rooms
and less than 15...... ~0
auing 15 rooms and -over.. 10 00
otuingt works, per annum.. 5 00
ottling works, per annum sell
ing from wagons or trucks. -o-00
ook agents selling books-by
subscription ............... 10 00!
owling alleys...............) .00
ill posters ............... 50
-ll posters, per day....... 1 00
uilding and Loan Association
-local................... .10 001
ujiding and L'ean Associatiob
-agents or repre-sentatives
'whl -- urincipal otlice is not .
.e:r.-'I in this State.......100 00
utchers............ ....... 20 00
utchrs-itinerant, per day..- 1 00
'icycles-agents or dealeus... 5i 0.3
'lo and shoenacks..r ...- - 1 00
The doctors said I -had co
ptilobnr.I could zltw k
v. Fquialyl tried -
and to my surprise,I got bette
and am to-day as well as an
lDitsht is a goneral, catharti(
.vegetable liver medicine, tb
has-peen regulating irregular
ties of the liver, stomai.:-an
bowels, for ovei 70 years. Ge
page today: Insist on tl
Cotton gin and pres? in use..
Cotton seed oil mills, includindg,.
Contractors taking *ontracts
bvar, fifty doliars.............
Contractors taking contracts
V not over one thousod do l .rs.
Contractors taking contracts
over $1.000 not over $5 000..
Cotadtdrs taking contracts
$5.000 not over $.0.00......
Qontractors taking contacts
over $10 000....
Qarniavaitrot less than per week I
Ciirc'afi'd'Menagerfe per day
exhibiting in city .......... .1
Dog and poony show, not less
E.pregs cmtpazies or ageacies
. eai, fo! busidess dqne ex-,
c , .vel t I hin tb town ot
... .io~nd notin Udioo
any business done to-or from -
1ot includang any businessi
4&eFfoehe .government of:
th'e United States.....,...
t or other tent, per day...
Electric lig)l). .cmp1nies......
shbis aysee's-as~id on streets
Ernit and vegetable stands or
aawkers and pedlersaersday,
MU.. . . .....,..........
ro d.t o ociaUI
no pply fa rs se 'ngd.
. prod thest ' tg
ce- lers, -t 1~i,-ea%
[ce igream saloon or cart...
insurance eonipadiies,. life or
uranc compnies;fire -or
- fidelity, guaai r6ifst'
..or o heelpnsurance .cpmrpany<
~for each comnprnv.....
[nsurncsolitors of lif~e and
'annioh'ilbtre of. re and oth
cal heensed agzency of same...
[nat'ahde o n'n'-the'kind'
pg company, xorporaeion. or
-.societyf havmng invurance tea
leant.repairer- o,~ bicycles,
typewriters, sewing machine
f-or easb~iista's, no eular
.--lneploped by licassed deal-'
EC.rosenre br/Ether oil eotnpanis
Lidry agents.; ......
Maebine-shons .5 ....-.
Mtdney Ienders...r. ..
Ns s'papers .....
Pendlers,''per day .....'.
Pritn irgogfice, jo~b.....
Phot opraphrs~ per year . .
LBailrorads.~for business done ex
'clusivel'y within the timits of
the town:of M)anning-and n'ot
including any business .done,
to or frird points w ithout ibe
state and net incluiding any:
business done for the govern
ment. of'the -United States.
Restaurants, serving mnealson
stable'i (ifot sale) vehictesan
horses for~bire only; this-li
cense shall apply to~all..per
-sees hgritig out teims wvheth
errfunpgiga livery stable or
not. ... ......
stables. a ils anid horses
*We have a Horse'or
lar%[ules. If you want
us showv too whiat we hay
We have sever-LI fine
Farm and Draft Hlorse's.
anything in tihe . horse. or
:Full Line of Buggle
Soo in; Gy lery .........:.... 100(
Skatinu -Rink ................. 50(
sig Pa ntinw ....... ....... 5 0C
S go -Painting,-per da, ......... 1 0(
Soda.Foiutains. connected v -i.th
hir hisinesps-or Wione:.... 10 Od
Terkpfi comvanies-dr aae(-u
ces, for business done within
. the town.of .Manning adn.t
includir. ay buditles- din.
from poirpigithOut the .stati
L and nor. inl6diniir any ,bu-i
ne-s daii for ihe governmvnt
of the Toltd State s..-. 10 00
TVlephone Cmpa~aies, locat... 20 00
Felephtne Companies, long dis
tance.......... ....... .10 00
Undertakers .. .......... . 10 00
tdenders, street, per day.... . . 20 00
.W A'.ns oropther \s-hicles ru- ,
t - A for gain,;one borse each, on
- street% ...................... 5 0n
Whgons or other vehicles run
fIr gain, two horses each on
streets ...... ... ....... 10 00
warehouses. eaci, with storalre
for hire-... ............. 1000
Warehouses, tobacco.......... 10 00
- Section 8. That the'proceeds of the
license tax shall be applied by the
Cler'k Edd Treaturer to the payment of
i he turrent expenses: of tb.g said town.
S'ection 9. The. amountlto be charg
ed for license for any other business,
irade .or profession not hereintofore
specificially enumerated. shall be fixed
by the CQmmittt e on .Fibance, but said
committee.shall have no autbority to
chgane or. reduce the license fees.here
in fixed: Provided that in case of short
term licenses. taken out in the latter
part of the fiscal year, the committee
-on- Finance may in their discretion re
ance the license fee.
Section 10. The Clerk and Treasur
d er shall c6sult- be Committee on Fi
t nance where the occupation of any ap
ylicant for license. or amount to be
charged is questioned,.and the commit
1. tee shall have power to decide the mat
Section 11. The Clerk and Treas
urer shall be required to turn over to
- the Police Department, the names of
10 00 all delinquent license payers imme
diatelv&ffter the 1st of February. 1916.
50 00 and tlie- Police Denartment shall im
mediately bring the delinquent before
5 00 the Mayor for violation of this ordi
1000 _ Sectioti~.12.' That the Council shall
have the power to revoke any license
15 00 for just cause.
S -Secsion 13. - It shall be the duty of
25 00 tbe Police torce to investigate- 1nd re
- -port to the. May or all persons doing
Q 00 business without a license.
50 06 Section 14. That on and after the
passa-e of this ordinance the penalty
)0 00 pf no;, payment of license shall be the
10 00- ,uM of ten per cent for every month or
oarL of month until said license is paid
,000 Fiscal year as to licenses to run from
January to January.
Section. 15. All, Ordinances or parts
of Ordininces conlicting with this Or
dinance tre hereby repealed.
- Done and tatified under -the corpor
. sal.ofhe..Town.of Manning on the
4th day ft January in the year of our
Lord one ihousibd nine- hundred land
25 00 sixteen.
-- A.-C. BRADHAM,
[0 00 Attest:- Mayor.
20 00 T..M. WELLS
5 00 - City Cler.
5 00 BUSINESS LOCALS.
2 50 Take Huggins' Cold Capsules, pre
. pared-aed-compounded by.- us. -- Hug
gins'. Pharmacy,.Levi Block.
2 .UJ -- -
5 00 For Sale-Mv House and Lot in Man
2 - Tfng, gooa locs o6,'go6d ouittnildinig
one acre in lot. Some friit trees.
plenty of shade. .1. B. Hudnal, Olanta
S. C. Or S. M.. Reardon, Manninig,
'Harvin's bapjer hs hedqguartrs
5 00 in the new giaagon the crner~ of
2 50 Church street. rear of. Levi's Mercan
tile Co., phone No. 60. Open from
- M 3.p.m...as-me alL
g sisand. do generaL-livem~y business.
- - -Stewart I Harvin,
l0~(1 . - Proprietor.
-.HUGGINTS' COLD 'CAPSULES
-Just take one -dozen as directed,.*and if.
10 00 I hev do- not cure'.your cold, you get
your inoney back.
STATE FSOUTH CAROLINA,
20 00- County of Clarendon.
By James M. Windham, Esq., Probate
10 00 IEES Samual Thompson made
Isi omto grant him Letters of Ad
minitration ofthe Estate and Effects of
3raxton B. Thompson.
Th-ese are therefore' to cite and ad
-imonish all - and -singular the kindred
5 0and Creditors of the -said Braxton B.
10 Thoingson deceased, that they be
0 0 and appear before me, in the .Court of
0 0Probate,.to be held at Manning on the
17th ay of January next, after pub
s luicatonhereof, at '11 o'clock in the
o 0forenoon, to.show cause, if any they
.0 00I have, why the said Administration
5 0should-not be granted. -
50ofGiven, under my hand this 1st. day
10 00 ofJanuary Anno Domini 1416.
0 0 .. JAMES 51. WINDEAM,
1 001 [SEAL) JTudge of Probate.
0 00 Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judge of Probat e
for Clareadon Counlty, on the 8th day
of Febuary 1916, at 1) o'clock a. in., for
etesof discharge as Executor of the
| Estate of James L. Langston, deceased
R. E. SMIT H,.
75 001. Executor.
Natonal Floral Emblems.
-The fo'io-ving are the national em
blems of some of the more Important
10- 00! countrIes of Europe: Scotland, thistle;
50Ireland, shamrock; Wales, leek;
0'Fi'ance, fleur-de-lis; Germany. con
2~5 flower; Prussia, linden; Saxony, mig
0 00 nonette; Spain, pomegranate flower;
ul osuit everybody. Small and
to gt real rmon ey come in~ and let
Dri'ing Horses, Saddle Horses,
We can furnish you with most
mul" line, so don't fail to see us
, Wmgons, Harness. Lap Robes,
of the family from youth to old age; arlemp
X when you use this old and tru-worth
K Mothers:"Keep a bottle inyourhlioie"
.LA C'B CUREID
If you want to get rid of that COLD or .ILAGRIPPE 1
jtrst purchase twelve of our Capsules, compounded by
sus. If saken as directed and they fail to cure, we will
gladly refund your money.
DICKSON'S G STE
iMachinery. Milt and Plumbing SUppesI
The.U U .Tire Comnany
Celebrated-6. & T. TIRES
Charleston, - - S C
Mak 'Time te;s wha;
by starting a Bahk
-If, for no other reason than the unforeseen demands incident.
to hum-an life, you owe yourself a Bank account.
Il's a duty. because you haven't the power to predict 1the
future but you have power to start a Bank account and fortify -for
thefuture. Besides we want to help worthy youag meni to succeed.
Bsgitodaywith& . $
The Bank of Manin9
About Feb. 1,
KATZOFF'S BARGAIN STORE wil
occupy the store now occupied .by Player
Best Grade Tobacco
Cloth, 2c. Yard.
Yours for a square deal, -
TO THE TINES OFFICE