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. The Office Cat
By JUNIUS -
"It makes me sore,"
Said Uncle Jawn;
"I must admit
I'm sorely vexed;
No sooner is
One Christmas gone
Than I must save
Up for the next!"
If you save your penhies the dollars
will take care of the lawyer who
breaks your will.
Burbank is an honest grafter.
When a garage advertises "Starting
and lighting a specialty," seems they
ought to go into the aeroplane busi
ness if they can start and light suc
Little Known Facts of History
Milton wrote "Paradise Regained"
after lis mother-in-law died.
A blotter absorbs everything and
gives out nothing. Don't be a blotter.
The niati who used to have his hair
cut by his mother now hill a son who
has his finger nails cut by a flapper
while the barber is shampooing his
hair and the porter is shining his
Old Father Hubbard went to the
cup-board to get himself a drink, and
when he got there the cupboard was
bare,. so he took one from the sink.
After all, Brother Ziegfeld is the
first man to succeed in making money
on his folies.
Joe the Plodder says. Don't chew
the rag. Consider the mouth who
hasn't a friend in the world.
Post Mortem Knowledge
Stranger pause as you pass by;
As you are now, so once was I.
I learned alas, when all too late,
That hooch and driving do not mate.
When Struck By An Automobile.
A s You Are
about to be struck, reach out quick
ly and, seizing one of the rubber
tires, tear it from the rim. This
will at least give you an air cushion
to the chauffeur, a gentle action
that will possibly save you from
arrest. A -wise form of address is
to praise the make and speed of his
as gracefully as possible. The most
fashionable way is in an ambulance.
You gotta hand it to Will Rogers.
sez lie: "I quit the movies with the
same wife I started with." Most of
Too Much :
Of course .nol
Put your sui
and it will eal
Then in the <
will reap the
early thrift. 4
This is a bank th
the people it does
Are you one of th
T. M. WELLSL,
geo i 1it their Yiiv VIt1 the :: saint:
movies they started in.
The - fellow who can crank/ a Ford
car in winter and keep sweet, could
lie down and let a pet snake crawl all
over his naked body.
Joe the Plodder says it doesn't pay
to be crooked. Even' the cork screw
is out of a job.
If you wish-.to avoid, the annoyance
of being pestered by your relatives,
spend your money as yoiu get it,'sUg
gests, one of our readers.
Longfellow wrote: "She knows how
much it is best to show." The modern
maid is vindicating the poet's obser
An editor was murdered in Arkan
sas and the murderer was sentenced
to 99 years in prison, while-k fellow
that killed a lawyer got off with seven
years. Prospective murderers please
Protect the birds. The dove brings
peace and the stork brings tax ex
One good thing about this bobbed
hair fad, is that your wife can't find
any hairpins in the auto,
Let's disarm the bihmob who. picks
his teeth with his pocket knife, sug
gests a subscriber.
It takes 64 muscles of your mug to
look cranky and only 14 muscles work
when you smile.
It don't look right. Here's Foch
with eleven LL. 4. Degrees while lots
of us have to -o through the winter
-without any at all.
NELLIE BLY, 56, OF
TOUR FAME, DIES
Newspaper Woman Outdid Jules
Verne Here By Circling Globe
In 72 1-2 Days.
New York, Jan. 30.-Nellie Bly,
newspaper woman, who achieved fame
by a spectacular trip around the
world in record time, died today at.
St. Mark's Hospital.
Pneumonia, from whic hshe had suf
fered two weeks, was the cause of
Nellie Bly's trip around the world
was made for the New York World to
prove the possibility of Jules Verne's
imaginative story, "Around the
Worll In Eighty Days."
Circled World in 72 1-2 Days
She went Verne more than seven
(lays better, finishing the circuit in
a little more than seventy-two and
In later years she devoted most of
her activities to solving the heart
problems of young women who sought
advice through her newspaper colu
mn. At the time of her death she
was a member of the staff of the New
York Evening Journal.
:. You need more.
rplus in this ,bank
lecline of life you
rewards of early
some in today.
at believes in
& Trust Co.
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British exlrrI N d T s anno unce I uTAE, to DE T idhi me at th is g vrmnettm t t ne Attorneys-at-Law -
ment to the world, made yesterday United States Naval Acadlemy at An
wvhen the body arrived at Monti- napolis. Mr. Domjinick also announc- GQ~VERNOR SIGNS' COTTON , MANNING, S. C.
vedieo. The dlelay, La Naciones' edl his nomination of Thomas G. . MARKETING CONTRACT
Montvide corespndet wrtesRoche, of Abbeville, now at Clemson
Moteido oresonen witsfor a cadetshi> at the Miliary Acad- R. 0. Purdy S. Olive O'Bra
was described by Capt. L.. Hussey, emy at West point. Columbia, Jan. 81.--Governor Coop-.ve ryn
wvho accompanied the body, s du 'la , e r has affixed his signature to the cot-- - PURDY & O'BRY"AN
to a series of wireless misha . MEXICAN PRESIDENT - ton coo-perative marketing -contrant Attorneys 'and Counseloirs at Law
Sir Ernest dliedl aboard the steam- ' IS -WELL SATISFIED and given out a statement expressiny MANN- .C
ship Quest, on which he was mak- - the eai-nest hope that'the organization -MNIG .C
ing another Antarctic voyage, while Mexico City, ' Jan.'~ 30.-Negotia- of the South Carolina Cotton Grow
anchored off South Georgia Island tions between the Mexican ggvern- era' Co-operative Association would
on January 5. His body was taken mont and New York are "procd- be successfully completed. FRED I ESESNE
to M~ontevideo on the' first leg of inig with sa 'dfaction to all con' "Now that the boll weevil is upon Attorney-at-Law
the trip home aboard the Norwe- cernedl, and every clay brings a us it is going to be necessary for the
gian steamer Professor Cruvel. settlement nearer," said President farmers of the State to do three MANNING, S. C..
dapt. Hussey bore a death cer- Obregon today. - things," said the governor. "First,
tificate madec out at South Geor- Referring to the agreement with they must diversify their crops;
gin, Island, reading: the American oil men, President second, they mAt cultivate intensive MONEY TO LOAN
"I, Alexander Mackln, certify to Obregon . asserted that an amicable ly the cotton they do plant ,and third, On Real Eat'ato-Small and Large
my best knowledge and belief that adjustment had been reached, buit they must. market this crop - intellig. toans. Long Terms.
the cause of death was alheroma that for convenience sake the ~exa ently so as to get the 'best possible Js W. WIDEMAN
in the arteries of the heart. Be- port taxes to be collected under prje for it ,
fore death he had not suffered an the decree of last June are mere- "I am convinced after a study of Atre~tLw
infection or contagious disease." ly - deferred indefinitely, awaiting the -matter tha# the solution of the - MANN INI$, S. C.
This certificate was signed by a finali agreement with the bank- marketing an of our'I oblem lies. in
Dr. MackIn as surgeon of the ox ers- co-operativ' mareting is - . '
pedition. The body arrived at Men. President Obregon explained that only hope for a stabilized marlteo , . U
tiv'idieo In an hermetically sealed the money collected for these taxes "A campaign Is now' being' conduct:. iAtre-Lw
zinc shell, covered with wood. in to be used for payment on the ed for signatuyse to the eePtrict in
Capt. HIussey told La Nacion's foreign debt, and that nasmuch as South Carolin and I earnestly oeS
correspondent that the Quest ar- ni-range'ments have not yet been that the organization cornip~ittoeewill
rived at South Georgia IslCad with made the revenues are to be held be succesul in securing contracts f. A. Weinberg Tayl&r tu
her main wireless plant out of com.. iriet for future- use. "Thei gov-. represernting 400,00.0 bllsqo tliattihe
mission due to damage by heavy ernent has, reserved the right, organidation of the atIha ion may WBINDERG & SU 8
storms during the voyage which however," the President "dded, "to be successfully.. coinnleted, -i would Attorneysat'-I aw
otherwise was Sauneventful, Si' lotify thmeoil me---tany-tm the dni ev.4f"hiter whoe t to s
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