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cAL HOL 3 PER CNT.
iNE iW l Y
Amgra M : EwN
F'rom soMe e rmlnnti papers In a
Mawahn wts-we repeat Miassaehu
"~dhrity Is when MUk rises up
'oud the edge of the bottle and
ab sows good. measue-"
e~ttlers gave a Thanksgiving
a to they.Jndu for their kind
and to the Lad for&far weather.
net lp their fetvites for three
- Aeatngv an the time. X party of
alsw Indian *nnsam cam roling
ther warboops down the bL"
"Hener 1LM by his own efforts in-.
e & sthe popuiation e nlnd
rote fbles and sold them
"T aprCa was the wolf who
amcka anam &Jlet at Rome."
ta hasahigh forched. which
a' sign-O US man ban-E ey
Esammf 14Umes A COl.
ier s the useof Fby's
~ ~ and Tat which .becks the
-~~a~ expelssthe cold. M. Swock
Moiaa "Is beats all .
Manmeies ewer~sed.I cootracted
abadeidanenar andwas threat
'mid1gish posinnonia. Oioe bottle of
~ Ui~ey;and Tar completely
n-~~ordU. -Ioiisjs a reli able
naDr. W. E. Brown
athat a beantitul' tone Ceast bell
haa bs tten herd. There are few.
~ hwem. wo know how a bell re- j
s et~esab jestat or solemn 3Jones. AI <4
fUiet tteefare east and flnished. 'I
~~~taoha veitss of tuning
-iiesaime asany othermic~ai Instru-1
~Z~bfO~'theyzrespond with a clear. 4
:-eRaery -belt sounds five
teebl* must blend together In
d mutiyqeperfectaroniy. The.1
tuning afia bell Is done by means of Ii
a ~TA3thinbits from var~ons partsc
~teeWJ. :lhi asesy for an ex- C
pat beftn to pata bell in un
a- 'Wkbfa pin~o tuner te adjust'his
naimen+ to petfect chords. At first~
it a'ould seem that a bell..
would be ruined should a tuner shave
og to muh atthelast tuning, or thej1
fifh unna but such Is not the case
He wouldi bowever, be obiged to be-1
gin over, starthag again with the first1
tone and shaing the, benl til it gave
-- M ts-mimananesound at the fifth
No Clock Wanted.
Threhad been some talk of placing
a elock ia the tower of the village
clurch. But John the old sexton. who
En i thelRttle cottage opposite the
eisth declared himucf -"dead agin
Winand expressed the opinion that it1
wouM nean "an awful waste o' brass'
- e the nanmeearried out.
"We want no dloeks.- he said the
otteday. "We've tone without clocks
uto now an' we shall mnan'nge. Why.
yt r my bed of a morni' I can see
the time by the sundat over the;
"Yes. replied one who approved oft
the scheme. "that's all right so far as
it goes., But the sun doesnt shine
*evst mnornng What do you do
*."Why?" answered John surgrTisedly.
knows then as It aln't fit weather~
Sbe onto' bed. an' I just stops where
InOctober. 1SSI. a rel-Iiouidy mind
ed3.ihanhire farmer namned
Jenkins *brought his. firstborn to the
parish church to be christened. and
this was to be the name: Abel Benja
min Caleb Daniel Ezra Felix Gabriel
Hggl Iaa Jacob Kish Levi Ma-:
noah Nebemilah Obdiab Peter Quartus
Ke-hab Samel Tobiah Uzie1 vaniah
-Word Xystus Zechariah. It wvill be
observ~ed that the names i're all ar
ranged in alphabetical order and are
as far as possible selected from Scrip
tire. It was only with the very great
est difilculty that the ciery-mani dis
nadled MEr. Jenkins fromnz doing ihe
lastin~ wrong to his" child that he had
unwittingly devised, but eventually it
was decided to christen the boy simply
Where Plato Taught.
The famous academy et Plato a
In a suburb of Athens, about a ui
north of the Dyp~ilumn ate. it is said to;
have belonged to the hero Academfus.
hence the name. It wsas surrounded!
with a wall and adorned withi wvlks.
groves and fountains.. Plato possessel
a smnall estate in the neighborhood and
for some lEfty years taugtht his "divine
phflosophy"v to young and old asse-m
bled in the academy to listen to his
wise words. After Plato's death in
34S D, C. the academy lost much of its
- ame, but the beauty remained for
centuries after the great teacher was
no more-.New York American.
!or Infants =nd Childen.
he Kind You Have
tuc -a -owas. SC-Wom m
The'ancient judge sat before the
cales of worth.
Bring forth the royal treasure:" he
ried. and the hurrying slaves poured
ato the- huge pan sacks of golden
netal. caskets of sparkling gems until
t seemed as iftall of the wealth of
rth -were there. Yet th'e balance
"Let the learning of the ages be add
d." came the order, and tons upon
ons of the wisdom of sages. philoso
*hers, scientists and poets was heiped
pon the ple. And still the great arm
)f the scales remined hi~th in air.
"-dd now the men of Iwnwer :nd
lgh .position said the judge. -and
be scale will falL" Ent all in vain.
"But what I* on the other side that
tweighs all theser asked one.
It is character." said the judge.
A Good Sleeper.
Talleyrend used to tell an extraordl
anry story of the impassiveness or
Louis XV111 When he was minister
f fo'egn affairs a courier came to
aim one evening bearing unpleasant
ws, and he therefore postponed the
ammnncrtion of it to the king till
ext morning. when he explained that
e was afraid the tidings might have
listurbed his majesty's sleep. The
:Ing replied: "Nothing disturbs my
uleep, as you may see from this In
ae. The most -.lreadful blow ofb
y life was my brother's death. The
~oarier who brought this dreadful
ws arrved at S o'clock in the even
g. For many hours I was quite
verome. but at midnight I went to
ied and slept my usual eight hours."
he story is told by the Duchesse de'
inao. Talleyrand's niece. in her miem
Thirty Yars Togetber.
Thirty years of association --think ofj
. Howv the merit of a ood thing stands
ut in that time--or the worthlessness
I a ad one. So there's no guesswork
a utis evidence of Thos. Ari'-. Concord.
ieh.. who writes: -I have used Dr.
tonr's New Discovery for 30 years. and
's the best cough and cold cur.e I ever
sed " Once it lini.N entrane- in a heme
ou can't pry it out. Many families 'have
ed it forty years. It's the most infal
ble throa: and lu medicine on earth.
nequalled for lacrippe. asthma. hay
ever. croup~quinsy~ or sore lung... Price
c, 100. Trial bottle free. Guaran
eed b alldruggists.
Sons of Butchers.I
Three of the stained gia'- andows
In the hall of the Butcher Guild. Lon
on contain the nortra~its of Cardinal
Wolse, William Shakespeare and
Daniel Defoe in recognition of their
onneton with the meat trade.
?he cardinal was the son of a -re
spetable" 'butcher at Ipswich, In Suf
olk. aind "the Immortal bard" assisted
while a youngster a butcher in his na-j
tive town of Stratford-ond'Voen.
Defoe. nowadays known as the au
hor of "Rtobinson Crusoe." but hi his
ay an adrenturer and secret agent Of
is government, was the son of a
butcher in Fore street and a member
of the guild.-NaZtional Provisioner.
Time, but No Money. I
Steet' Missionarv-My god friend.
why ile away the precious hours in
this fashion? Don't you know tuit
time is money-3 ?
Loafer-Don't you believe it. guv'nor.
If that was so I should be a b~mn
mllionhair. I should. I've been doing
time on and or! ever since I was a
1 am so- enthusiastic concerning the
that I always keep a bottle of it in
the house, and to my particular
friends I give a bottle unless theyj
ive so near that 1 can pour out from'
y own supply to tide them over
ay trouble. K use' this liniment for
olds, rubbing it oni my throat and
hest as a counter irritant
S won't say any more but you see
how enthusiastic I am
M'rs. Ida B. .Judd.
SWest 87;th Street.
New York City.
50c and 25c Bottles.
Th elia: Chinaman.
Many e xampte ,f Chi:ese filial piety I
strike the occ'A-!a ter-ler as ridicu.
lous. TLIre i.; Ih faumus S:ory of
Lao 1.aitLu. w!:ich Mr. I;. F. Jlohuston
repeatS in iS --1.i :1nd Dr.:.on in
Northera L'::. ao's l:trents lived
to uch ext::e. old :;; ath: he was
himself a "<.o.hl-ss old Uan while
they were 1-.h ,ti11 al.ve. *Coiceiv
ing it his duty t., divert their atten
tion firom their wei;:ht of years and
approakhin;r end. he dressed himself
up in the elothes of a child and pWayed
about in hi- pareuts' presence with
the olijec: ofmakin; them think they
were still a youn; married couple con
templatin;z the innocent gamubols of;
their infant son."
A sinihir case is that of Wan; P'ou.
vhose m(otheur had an uncon:uerable
dread of thunzder aud lichtuig. When
she died she was bur:--.; a nmntain
forest. and thereafter =hen a violent
thnudersitorm *)eeurr,.. Wan,- P'ou.
heedless of the winu and rain. would
hurry to her :-ave and throw himself
to his knees. -1 an; here to protect
you, dear maother." he would say.
"Do not be afrald."
Making a Gunstock.
A party of men were out hunting.
and an old woodsmnan who was with:
them broke his gunstock in some way
or ether. It was just about nj;thtfal
when the accident occurred. and Inas
much as he was very anxious to do
some shooting early the next norning
he decided to fix up his shooting- iron.
Finding a walnut fence rail, he set to
work. His only tools were an ax and
a big pocket knife. All night long he!
labored rigorously at his task, and by:
morning the gunstock was finished and i
back in place and worked like a
"How did you do it? asked one of
the number. greatly surprised.
"Tery easy." was this old hunter's
reply. -No trouble at all. Just get a
piece of wood about th'e size and kind
that you want and then whittle away
all that you want whittled away.
When you have tll the wood cut off
that you dont want you have a gun-.
stock."-Kansas City Journal.
The Bank of M ning.
Manning. S. C.
'apital Stock................. . 40,000
urplus.................... ... 40.000!
sto,kholders' Liability........ 40,000
rtal Protection to Depositors. S10,000
START YOUR BOY
n Llhe rigzht way. Good habits instilled[
o the youth will bear gzood fruit]
a after years. Whether it be the smail
eount of the boy or a business a'ecount
i the mia that, is entrusted to us we
an gtuaraneed perfect, satisfaction
Smmerton Fuiiture C0.,
urnihed for White and Colored. We
re also dealers in all kindsof Furniture.
C. W. EVANS, Mgr.,
SU~rIERTON, S. C.
OF AL L KINDS
P. B. MOUZON, PitoP.
Hacker Mfg. Co.
Beo. S. Hacker & Sool,
I'IAucES'rox. S. C.
Doors. .sash and 8linds: Columns
and isaiusters: Grilles aud Gabie
()rnaments: S.-en luxa- and
WE DEAL IN
Gla-o. Sash Caoru and Weights.
W. 0. W.
Wood men of the World.
.eets on !'ir'. .\onday nights at
above other co
to-day: the resi
Factories to sup
MACON. GA. C
The Stat of South Caroina,
Couty Ol Clarendon.
By Jame. M. Windham. Fsq.. Probate
HEREAS, Dougrlas Holladay made
suit to me to grant him letters!:
f administration- of the estate and
effects of Shields P. Holladay.
These are therefore to cite and ad
onish all and singular the kindred
nd creditors of the said Shields P.
Ilolladay. deceased. that they be and
pp'ar before me, in the Courtof Pro
bate to be held at Manning on the 16th
lay of February next. after publication
hereof. at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
w show cause. if any they hate, why
be said administration should not be
Given under my band, this 28th
ay of Januarv A. D. 1911.
JAMNS V.. W1NDHAM.
[SKAL.i Judae of Probate.
I will attend tie following ap
ointmeuti, either in person or by
roxv, to take tax retuans of all per
wnal property for this good year.
1911. You make returns of all per
onal property owned the fist day of
New Zion. Friday, February 10.
Jordan. Davi6' store, Monday. Feb.
St. Mark's, at Hi. A Allsbrook's,
'esday, Feb. 14.
Foreston, Cantey's store, Wednes
ay. Feb. 15.
Wilson's' Mill, Thursday, Feb. 16.
Alcola. Friday. Feb. 17.
The time for making returns ,ex
ire's Feb. O0th.
AMDlREW P. BURGESS,
e~vrybodiy to know we a*rek
For Pure. Drugs.
It SPECIALTY :-::
J. H. HAWKIs,
icensed Pharmacist and W'g'r.,
W. E.FOR Co
W. E. Brown&C.
On First-Class Real Estate
PLrdy & O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LA W.
Manning, S. C
ATTORNEY AT LAw.
MANNING. S. C.
URDY & O'BRYAN.
Attrnysan Cunslos t aw
n of Roystcr Fertilizers.
r believed that success awaited the
F Fertilizers who would place quality
isiderations. This was Mr. Royster's
ven years ago and this is his idea I
At has been that it requires Eight
ply the demand for Royster Feilizers
ROYSTER GUANO COMPANY,
FACTORIES AND SALES OFFICES.
rARBORO. N. C. COLUMBIA. S. C. SPARTANBURG. 8.0 .
OLUMBUS. BA. MONTOOMERY. ALA. BALTIMORE.PID.
Accept my best wishes for a year of hap
paness, health and prosperity.
For your part in the success of my busi
-ness during 1910. I wish to warmly thani- you. ~
with the hope tniat the confidence engendered ~
Swill result in our being the recipients of at
least a portion of your patronage during 1911. I
We assure you always square treatment,
9best quality and complete satisfaction with
every item purchased of u. or money refunded
"The Young Reliable."
'uH oul ER iE B., ChresOS, S. C. r
"Teromo. of od woutldze duce yorU
CHMRST O NCS.C.
JesotfN .i ize'ERa. carr aluth tock -.f W." bC. D~AIS. J. Ae. WI.EG
Ex-Ct f mii: fr otnternan. bacTuk
"T e vans ofGouFrildi. "
DAVIS & WEINBERG.
Ar oNI~T A~ W, ATTrr VEs AT LAW,.
C-.\MANNING, S. C.
T...egone. .\!riinoM l i jamL aL neannri'.een ton e-n c-rins
9 Mrpling & COUNTIES, GEORGIA.
We are just opening
ip for sale, 25,000 acres,
omprising some of the
inest farming lands in
;he famous wire grass
ection of Georgia, for
'arms, in sizes to suit
)urchasers, same lying
iear the towns of Nich
)ls, Alma, and other
owns Eastward toward
)fferman on the line o
he A. B. & A. Railroad,
first-class railroad rec
ntly built through that
or the First Time
3hese choice lands are
eing offered for sale, in
arms of thirty acres, or
arger, and upon easy
erms. The lands are
roductive, lay rolling
nough just for good
rainage, and in a corn
aunity of. chiefly white
eople, and lying near
-owing towns, with
ood schools, churches
nd society. T helands
re well drained; water
ood; and easily secured
nd health unexcelled.
NO SECTION OF THE.
STATE OF GEORGIA.
advancing more rapidly than this particu
r section. Good lands are still cheap here.
Jo You Want to
)wn a Farm?
THIS IS YOUR CHANCE to get a good
rm near a growing town. in one of the
ry best sections of Georgia. and on easy
~rrs. We are now ready to offer about
fty good farms. all within three miles of
e city of Nichols. a growing city of about
fteen hundred people, at a price ranging
m $10 to $15 per acre. Terms one-third
~sh. balance in one and two years. seven
r cent interest.
~RE YOU INTERESTD?'
If so. write to us. or better stilL call on
at our office at Nichols. Georgia, and let
A. J. MEEKS. Manager.