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-Th Co1d Water Cure. -
If you feel a cold coming on. drink a
glen . cold water. not ieed, and re
peat at half boar intervals until relief
is felt. If hot water is easier to take.
it can be substituted for the coL, par
ticularly in the morning and at night.
Takin an abundance of lquid matters
more than Its temperature. it is there
where the patients fall short. They
um drink a glass or two of water.
then declar- they can take no more
and, ceasing. decide water cannot drive
out a cold. This water cre Is not so
modern as the most of us think it. In
an old prescription book of a' famous
physician of more than a hundred
years ago this curious remedy for a
ck Is found: "Let ye patient wbo
feels a co coming on eat of a fine.
big salt herring just before going to
bed., This will make ye patient drink
plenty of later." If you have noz
strength of purpose to drink freely of
water for the cold's sake, make your
e& tht as best you can-only take
all the water ponmel-Piladephia
Hanged For Violating Smoke Law.
Curious and ittleknown faets about
the house fire were mentiond by E.
I. Mahe. addresing the surveyors'
9nuaetion on warming and ventila
tion. Fires were at one time a great
he said and even the right to
use the fire had been bequeathed. Thus
the will of one Elchard Byrchett (151Q
I w yt sayd Nell my wyfe shal
have ye chaer she lyes in and
lyberte at ye fyer in the house; an.
7ee thjngs saa she have so long as
CoaL. onttnmed 1r. Blaka was first
O nported into London at the end ofthe
thiteenth century. but the smoke pro
dueed by Wining It In Improperly con
tracted grates caused such a presu
dice against It that In 1306 a law was
jaseed makin It a capital oense to
brn coal in the city. The Tower rec
d zire detains of a man's trial and
execution for the amose.-London
Not the Kind He Wanted.
Prbsd pontIcians twho have re
--ed p'b15e ee to an eact science
ithenepenat voter a&sad stum
bIn blaiek*. a faet which 1 ineUingl
disciosed y a stor found In the life
j be late Geore MoUn Gant, the
DreA the end at StJobi Useanin
3 ~1fia he an Princpat Grant. then
thsbi.. oc Queen's csege. mAt at a
manrattheboIe of the premier's
r Lwhb.- the prender said to
that yoea-*Wd be a
ier Str John" the priminea
*T~mesaslays suppdrted yu
Ms0rn34d and be
an," said he. "1 has n
vth ;OM of thelp
f.at Fft*es at -Shame.
bseadennt power ad fame
M gein has I at dfm
tostsc thagi fromn after
~- - his wsereg
mtisesniihe-ease at he four
- a th"-tplc nthe
en-hatidathsd il o
- .. nonA*
&sandoof~ 4 ani
* se tof eser pseisin
~I s.reW a beat al
Sdo you aesar
spend aweekin Ken
~1uthe f~s lopi
~jthisia~e nd wio to 3iyig the
hasi the horse goet bie
abF W ango Star.
are brn not made.
Be is- kor I want bbunin
'm-- are: eZai flowers the per
~-t~d w~ch. t is aid, Is produced
no- be persuaded into t|aking any
tbing bad eye's Honey and Tar for
'-brenitenbs, broebiia bay fever,
.ea and lung trouble, as is stopr, the
costnhiesblns W. E. Brown
East todian Muslin Test.
--rn pigysiefan wa buying
meshn for a tubmn in a department
~one of this- ts fine enough." he
-esse. *'n th tuban I have on there
are otyyardL. But forty yards of
hswould give me a head like a am-a
dta muslin Is very, very fine, it
neust be lno enough te disappear if it
sto pssour 11test. The test Is
- thi The mus!nis spread on grass
ovrih.I the emnig, 'when o
eything is dew drenched, if the inus
ln isn't practicafly Mdentieat with the
- euar gn=samer covering the lawns-ln
oter words, if it isn't invisible-4t s
elcarded and must be sold as 'iee
..a.. ..sew. Ornse. Timesnemo
Old Manx "Banknotes."
Speaking of the curious Manx bank
Ing lore of the past. the Liverpool Post
says that a singular state of affairs
was exhibited in "the island" at the!
close of the Napoleonic wars. Trade
was brisk, money was more freely ad
ventured, and all sorts of private per
sons began to Issue notes. There was
no occasion whatever to have sterling
a-ainst them. All you had to do was
to get some one to take them and pass
them on. The fashion grew EM even
the humbler traders issued card
"promises to pay." the values most in
circulation being 5 shIlling-, a shilling
and even sixpence. Once an advo
cate from Castletown went to Peel to
collect a judgment of :33O from the
coroner of Glenfaba. This worthy paid
him 2.704 card n-stes. many of then
worthless. They took several hours to
examine and count, and their trans
port was an iem of extreme diffculty.
Finally they *ere put into a big sack.
half shaken to one end and half to the
other. and the whole slung. over the
back of a horse. The lather of the
horse, oaking through. spoiled nearly
half the cards!
Clearing ine Atmosphere.
In his capcity of damatic critic
Mr. J. conyas Carr, the author. wrote
a notice of the play of -Charles I. in
which Irving played under the man
agement of Mr. Batenan. His produc
tion deeply incensed the manager. in
order perhaps to find the opportunity
of informing the critic of his disap
provaL the manaer inited him to a
supper at the Westminster club on the
second or third night of the produn
tion. When he thought the fitting mo
ment bad arrived Mr. Bateman led the
conversation to the point at Issue and.
emphatically banging the table with
bis rst. declared in the loudest of
tomes that he did not produce his plays
at the Lyceum theater to ~please Mr.
Comyns Carr. There was a moment'
awkward silence, which Mr. Carr con
fesses he did not feel quite able to
break, but which was released by a
it of the company with the happy re
tort, "Well, dear boy, then you can4
be surprised if they don't please him."
Sigh Lost and Restored.
A farmer's wife who had had much
trouble with her servants was acc<sted
by one ofthem.
"I fear I sball not be able to work
=meh longer. I think I am going
"Why, how is that? You seem to
et along pretty well with yer work.
"Yes, but I can no longer see any
teat on my plate at dinner."
The fermer's wife understood, and
the next day the servant were served
iiT vr S and very thin pieces of
"owr nice!"' the girl exclamed. "My
sight has come back. I can see better
"How is that Bela? asked the mis-,
"Why. at this imnmnt," replied
Bella.- "I can see the plate through
the meat-Anaa Scraps.
- His Pasrt.L
On one oLdon Gustave Dore. the
rtist,lost his paspcrt whle on a tour
In Sw~ternd. At Eucerne he akedi
o be allwd to speak to the mayor.
toirhom hegavehiam. -
"You say that you are M. Gustave,
Dte, and I beee you,* said the
nayor, "but," and he prodnced a piece
of paper and a ill "you ean easily
Dose laned arond him and saw
-om paemntz selling potatoes In the
seet.* With a flew clever touces he
eredneed the homely scen and, ap-I
pe'ding his name to the sketch, pre
senteit tthe mayor.
"o pasport Is all right." remare
d the.25edaL'bu you must allow me
okeeptand to ogr YOUin return'
-21 nes~ since his marriage' Jack
Amnley has developed into a perfece
fron surprise me! What -has hi
"Wy. -the other night while his
ife was regalling hinr- with all the
prticlars of that choice Verifast
sandal she noticed that he seemed
vey quiet And what do you think!
Be was slound asleep"-Cleveland
Nearing the Liait
An ea y was going down i the
age in-a Cornish mine. She looked.
ith'apprehensaionat the rope, and
asked the inernenneny -My man
aeyou sur this rope Is quite safe?'
"We Dasn; wast the cherf'n1 an
ner "these ropes is .guarnn**ed to
lst eactte sbr noanhe, and this ain't
de to be renewec' tin tomorrow."
- 'tm I6," said the lady to a di
n:nnre apdat "ta you are too
smaflto act as nnrsema to my chSl
"Oh, i'm not too smaZ" replied the
appicnt " guess the trochte is your,
:hldren are too large.-cego
The Press Agent Propoes.
"Your pulcbritude is-peerles You
are an-stonngn aggregation of fem
Inn h ntenne Be mine!"
*Sref responded the girL. "I never'
codrss tht press agent lan
Return of the ProdigaL
"Who's that a-honlen' down yander
in the braneh' w
--~bt' the prodigal son. The old
man's a-walin' thnder out o' him fer
ni' awayi"-Atlanta rneeta
There is no wisdom like frankns.
* Nigh!t On Bald ifnmiein
On a lonely night Alex. Benton of
Fort Fdward. N. Y., climbed Bald
ountain to the home of a neighbor,
torturdb Asthma, benton curing him
with Dr. ' n's New Discovery, that
ad cured himself of Asthma. This
wonderful meene soon relieved and
uckly cured his neighbor. Later it
cured his son's wife of a severe lung
trouble. Millions believe its the great
est Throat and Lung cure on earth.
CoubsA Colds, Croup, Hemorrhages
nd Sore Lungs are surely cured by it.
Best for Hay Fever, GriD and Whboon
ing Cough. 50c and $1.00. Trial bot
:l free. Guaranteed by all druggists.
To Sleep .ik. a Top.
To "sleep like a top" has probably a
very different origin from that which
appears. "Top'' is thought to be a cor
rption of the French taupo. or mole.
This Interpretation Is far more In ac
ordance with the idea usually con
veyed-that of a prolonged, undisturb
ed sleep like that of a mole In winter
rather than the short, enduring sc
called "'sleep" of a top when ir re
vlves on its axis with a gentle, hum
Certain About It.
Once upon a time, not so long ago, a
couple of cowi)unchers found them
selves guests .4.a the home of a minister'
of the gospel whose custom was to!
bsle faminy worship of a morning and
to conclude the same by asking each
one present to give some quotation
from the Scriptures. One after an
other repeated some text until at last
it came the turn of Jim BuIstoke of
the Crowfoot ranch.
-My dear young friend." zutid the
dominle as he saw the letter hesitat
ing. *surely can recfil some verse
from the Bible?"
Jim's face was bathed with profuse
perspiration, but at last there came to,
him some approximation of a memory
of something he had read or beard at,
some stage of his life about the first
chapter of Genesis. At last he broke
out. -God made the world."
The dominie lifted a hand to hide a
sudden smile. but bowed to Jim's
neighbor In the circle. Curley was
even worse off than Jim had been and
for the life of him could not think of
anything. At last. remembering the
occasional virtue of a good bluff. he
twisted one foot around his chair leg
nd.. with all the confidence he could
muster, remarked. "He shore did''
Lst English King Ir. a Battle.
The battle of Dettingen. In Bavaria.
on the 10th Crith 0. S.) of June. 17M.
between the B'itish. Hanoverian and
Hessinn troops (52.000 men), under
command of George II. and the
French troops (0.000 men). under
Marshal noaNlles, which resulted in
the victory of the allied trodps. was
the last occasion on which an English
king fought on the battlefield. His
majesty continued the whole, time In
the heat of all the action. which was
Maid by those who witnessed it to have
been as fierce a condict as had ever
On the morning of the battle the
king appeared in the same red coat
be had worn at Oudenarde, thirty-five
eara before, taking his place at the
bead of the seven battalions of guards.
A.bcut noon he ordered a .general ad
runce. and during the movements It
entaed he was very nearly taken by
khe enemy. but was rescued by the
rwenty-second regiment who. In re
embrance. wore a sprig of oak in
their caps upon the anniversary of the
battle for many years afterward.-Lon
The Children of the Great.
There is a tendency for children of
aceptional parents to regress toward
the average stock. Galton terms this
tendency filial regression. This, the
randon hospital points out, applies
equally to exceptional physical and
rnatal characters. Thus, though tall
tature may run in certain families.
pet there is always a tendency to re
ert to the mean aebae sise. SmS.
lary the chdldren of a genius tend to
have somewhat le than their father's
power, tut more than the average of
the race. According to Professor Pear
mes more likely to have distinguished
fspng hat nparent
StBI such case as the Darwins, fa
ther and sons. the two Pit. Philip and
leander the Great are exceptional
lInmlriy also the children of a crim
nal tend to be les vicious than ,the
Ether, though morally Inferior to the'
Why He Was Unpopular.
When first made bishop of Stepney
Dr. Wlnnington Ingram was .anything
bu popular and indeed had occa
einin -to seek police protection.
reatly worried, the bishop tried to
trace the cause and found one lady
rho was able to- enlighten him.
"It's your white shirt', sir," she said.
'We don't want no white shirted gen
try here. Try a grpy shirt and a
ickey. like our chaps wear on Sun
The advice tendered was promptly
eted upon, and thus the present bish
ap of London made the first advance
oward close frienship with his peo.
The Codez Sinaiticus.
The mast ancient of the New Testa
uea manuscripts is the one known as
the e.Coder Sinaitiens," published at
the expense of al-endear II. of Rus
ia since the Crieann war. This coder
oves nely the whole of the Old
md ew Testaments and was discov
ned in the Convent of St Ctherine
m Mount Sinai by, the celebrated
nehendnrL It Is generally ascribed
0 the fourth century.-ew York
Ham With Jelly.
poonfl ofbutter~and halfa glass of
:neor other acid jelly. Shake in
i litle pepper and when hot lay in
tour or fie aman thin slices of boiled,'
:old ham. Let it boll up once and
ierve quickly on toastBoston Post
-Doctor-Now, there Is a very simple
remedy for th cM-h z
dng thirst Whenzever you feel you
want a whisky and soda, just eat as
apple-eat an apple. Patient-But-er
-fancy eating fifty or sixty apples a
Ray!-Lodon Punch. *
The Etdrnal Motorist
Mrs. Gossip-They do say that her
huband has acquired locomotor ataxla.
Mrs. Parvenu-I don't think much of
those cheap cars. My husband has an:
inported one.-Smart Set
To mark table lnea.-eave tett
and some jam alone at the table for
You cannot lead men into truth by
Good Thne to Go.
General Joseph E. Johnston, the
Confederate comaer, used to re
late that in the hottest part of one ot
the early battles of the civil war he
felt his coattails pulled. Turning about,
he reconlzed a young man who had
been employed In his tobacco factory
previous to enlistment.
"Why are you not In your place fight -
ing?" the general demanded angrily.
'hy, I just wanted to tell you that
If you don't mind I will take my day1
The Road To Saccess
mas many obstructions, but none so des
ser-ate as poor health. Success to-day
lemands health, but Electric Bitters i
he greatest health builder the world
2as ever known. It compcs perfect ac-I
:,ion of stomach. liver, kidneys, bowels.,
,urities and enriches the blood, and
ones and invirorates the whole system.
.irorous body and keen brain follow
beir use. You can't afford to slight
let-ric liitters if weak, run-down or
:-.v. nly. 50. Gu-ranteed by a.l1
A BASHFUL LOVER.
The Professor Was a Shy Wooer. but
Finally Got the Lady.
Dr. Haldane, at one time a professor
of St. Andrews university. was a very
shy man. This latter failing prevented
him from asking any idy to become
his wife until he was well :dvnnced
However, he plucked up courn;e one
day, redecorated his hous' :ind went
to call oD the object of his :ffeetions
The lady, seeing the doctor*- emlar
rassment, opened fire. "Wee!. doctor.
hae ye got through a' your papering
and painting yet? I'm told your new
carpets are just beactifu'. They say
the pattern o' the dining room cuiar
Is just quite out o' the way. In short.
that everything aboot the house is just
Here was a provliential opening he
was not such a goove as to overlook.
He advanced his chair. sidled toward
her. simpering the while, raised his
eyes furtively to her face and said.
with a gentle indection of his voice
which no ear but a willfully deaf one
could have misinterpreted: -Na, na.
Mss Jane. It's no quite perfect. It
cann' be quite that so long as there's
one thing wanting!"
"And what can that ber nsked the
'Utterly thrown en his beam ends by
her willful blindness to his meaning.
the poor doctor beat a hasty retreat.
drew back his chair from Its danger
ous proximity. caught up his hat and
In tones of blighted hope gasped forth
is declaration In these words: "Eh.
dear, ehl! Well I'm sure! The thing
wanting Is a-a-a--sideboard.''
However. she married him after all.
Go With A Rush.
The demand for that wonderful Ston
ich, Liver and Kidnev cure. Dr. King's
New Life Pills-is astounding. Drue
rists say they never saw the like. It's
because they never fail to cure Sour
Stomach. Constipation, Indigestion. Bil
iousness. Jaundice, Sick Headache,
Chills and Malaria, Only 25c. Sold by
Cloves are now cultivated In many
of the tropical regions of the earth. A
elovo tree begins to bear at the age of
en years and continues until It reach
es the age of seventy-five years. There
are two crops a year. one In June and
one in December. The tree Is an ever
reen and grows from forty to fifty
feet high, with large oblong leaves
and crimson flowers at the end of
small branches in clusters of from ten
to twenty. The tree belongs to the
same botanical order as the gnara.
The cloves, which are the undeveloped
buds. are at first white, then light
preen and at the time of gathering
bright red. Pieces of white cloth are
spread undr the tree at harvesting
time, and the branches are beaten gen
tly with bamboo stick until the cloves
drop. They are dr4 In the sun. being
tossed about daily until they attain
the rich dark color which proclaims
them ready for shipment.
Health and Beauty Aid.
Cosmetics and lotions will not clear
rour complexion or pimples and blotch
s like Foley's Orino Taxative, for in
ligestion, stomach and liver trouble and
abital constipation. Cleanses the sys
em and is plesnt to take. W. E.I
Brown & Co.
Cards and Their History. '
Cards are square shaped pieces of
pasteboard printed with various de
ries and employed as a business toe
lum by -money changers. They are
susafly made up in packs of fifty-tWo,
oneor each week of the year. A good
many people play cards for pleasure.
In which case their opponents are said
to be buying experience. In most card
games the rule is that the cards may
be cut, but not otherwise marked. This
rule s not strictly observed In games
in which only three cards. are used.
indeed, the marking of cards has at
tained a high degree of perfection
since the introduction of ' numerous
card ndex systems. Fashions change
L card games as in everything else.
Old maid, for instance, is nowadays
seldom played in the best clubs. Play
Ing cards should not be confused with
core cards, which are rather larger.
or with visiting cards, which are small
Dr Abernethy, the great English
>hysiian, said, "Watch vouir kidlneys.
hen they are affected. life is in dan
er." Foley's Kidney R~emedy ftnakes
ealthy kidneys, corrects rinaryv irreg
ilarities. and tones up the wnole sys-.
em. W. E. Brown & Co.
[be State of South Carolina,I
County of. Clarendon. I
[N COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
rene Legg, Blanche Legg, Davis
Legg, W. W. Legg. Herbert Leg .
and Ap Legg by WV. P. Legg their'
Guardian ad litem, and Laura A.
Legg and N. Kate Coffman, Plain
[oln N. Leirg and Daniel T. Leg
alias Dan Taylor, Defendants.
SUMMONS FOR RE LIEF.
To the defendants, John N. Legg
wd Daniel T. Legg alias Dan Tay
You are' hereby summoned and re
uired to answer the complaint in
is action of which a copy is here
with served upon you, and to serve a
opy of your answer 'to said Comn
laint on the undersigned Davis &
Weinberg at their office in the town
>f Manning, S. C., within twenty
lays after the service hereof. excln
ive of the day of such service; and if
ou fail to answer the Complaint
rithin the time aforesaid, the plain
ifs in this action will apply to the
ourt for the relief demandled in the
Dated June 29th A. D., 1909.
(iEORGE A. SmTH,
DAvIs & WEINBERG,
To the Defendant, Daniel T. Legg
sLIs Dan Taylor:
Take notice that the Summons and
Domplaint in the above stated action
were fied in the office of the Clerk of
Dourt of Common Pleas for Claren
:on county. South Carolina on June
19th 1909. GEORGE A. SMITH,
DAVIs & WVEINERG.
ASE7ILLE, N. C.
"The Holland." I
3ood Table, Cool. Airy Rooms. Shady
Lawn, Modern Conveniences: an Ex
:ellent Place to Spend a Vacation or~
e Summer. Mrs. Flora Roach, 40 N.
Prench Broad Avenue.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In The World.
tempting to make
ice cream' in tho
she can make the most dclicious ice
cream in teri minutes, freezing and
all, at a cost of about one cent a dish
-and never go near the stoe.
Your grocer will tell you all about
it, or you can get a book from the
Gencse Pure Food Co., Lo Roy,
N. Y, if you will write them.
Grocers sell Jell-O Ice Cream Pow
der, two packages for 25 cents.
tot~ eCaoL forYom f ema.Ie
troubles, because we are sure it
Vi help you. Remember that
this great female remedy
hs brtre ef to themnes of
Ofe omen. so by not o
you? For headache, bacnmee.k
periodical pans female weak
nesse many have said it is "the
bestmndmerne to take."m Try it!i
Sold In T7i fty F3
Wom, when threatened s
ulh a misbap, shold take
Cards and prevent the tron. 7
He frem ecurring.
hu your deleate enma
It w save you much pain
ad .-,e,. .usa.av,
rid CarOIdbere eente
meata:ave =unad It d
Nrs. Ense NieMP d
Marim . . wresLad it
yea Ias akeIeed si i,
a MshapauniM ee rdC i .
eped me mre than ay
gwrmeae . lieIave
alie..ealh by. Ithihk
Pteasant to take
The new laxative. Does e
not gripe or nauseate. b
Cures stomach and liver '
troubles and chronic con
stipation by restoring theo
naturalactionof the stom
ach, liver and bowels.
Refuse substitutes. PrIce 500.
W. E. BROWN & CO.
GRE E.W1LLE?. S. C.
A Christian Home School.
SA High Standard Collere.
A Tuition. Board. R~oom and
B All included in proposition [A)
and Tuition in Music. A rt or
Expression $203 to $213.
S. C. BYRD. Prosldont.
My farm at Jordan of 60 acres. 30 of
r now very fertile inelosed unto woven
ire fence. a nice home, will exchanze
ror property in Manning. Also an ex
tra nice pair of mares well bred, not I
fraid of steam or automobiles, bred by
mself. work single or double, with or
rithout, eye winkers, quality such as to
ake the'm valuable. 5 and 6 years old.
H. L. WIrsoN, M. D..
Jordan. S. C.
Prescribes Dr. Bi.oSSer's Catarrb Remedy.(
Dear Sirs.-I irst usecd yo::r Catarrhi cure in
nLh. cata o b -yitn.who chrnic na..ophiar
tin t n s ut the hlnes mi !rn c tarr
b has ever be'en placed on the mrket.
M. J. L). DArrN '-~i. D.
Elior~. . .
'cunry. It hq e cte, .omc r a b
ror. I do not 1know thn~t tt hu. ie :n on'*
anewhere it hn.' been fa riy tried.
Very truiyr our'- .
L~exiniton. IKy. -
Cures Coughs, Colds,
and Lung Troubles. P
.ieet.s -n fourth Monday ni-h-- h at
Visitinz Sovereigns nfl1e.e
'hen if :ire comes you will be ;aved
=,v a worry and
MANY A DOLLAR.
13 this age of the world whec the pro.
ection of a good Fire Insurance Policy
osts so little. and the rik of fire is so
Teat. it is simply xoor business to go
he F. N. EIoo RE~ li~l
E. C. HORTON, Manager.
rhe Balk of Mlaining(
Manning, S. C.
apitai Stock.................. 40,000
urplus................... ... 40,000
ockholders' Liability....... 40,000
otal Protection to Depositors. $100
START YOUR BOY
the right way. Good habits instilled
the youth will bear good fruit
after years. Whether it be the smali
~count of the boy or a business account
~the man that is entrusted to us we
i uaranteed perfect satisfaction
All plumbing is important, even
seatia1 to the~ maintenance of health;
r. perhaps kitchen sanitation is most1
portant of a!!. for igul ordors mnay
oi, even make dangerous, most
ticlesof fcod. Beware of the defective
-leaking kitchen sink: Perhaps we'd
tter have a look at all tha pipes in
>ur kitchen forth with.
R. II. rIASTERS,
r7-129 King Street, Charleston, S C
On First-Class Real Estate,
Rl. J1. ANCOL EI R
MANNING, S. C.
W. ..1 RA. NK G.EIERt.
) D~ &WENIST.
MANNING, S. C.
Prompt attention given to collections.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
MANNING, S. C.
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URDY & O'BRYAN,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law, -
-- MANNING, S. C.
HARLTON DURANT. [
ATTORNEY AT Law,
MANNING, S. C.
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S. E. INGRAM. Local Agent, J. M. WINDHAM. Local Agent,
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Succeuor-: to(; E. .HACKE & SON.
544-548 KING STREET ' - - - - CHARLE5TO. C
BANK OF CLARENDON. Manning S
We solicit your banking business. It is to your inteies1to
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you re. come and see us anyhow. It is never too late
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Interest Paid on Savinzs Deposits.
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D.M BRADHAM 7,
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I quarter of a century. We hi.eithe eit
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has been moyed to the old dispensay
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