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Potash as NecessaryasRain
The quality and quantity of the
crops depend on a sufficiency of
in the soil. Fertilizers which are
low in Potash will never produce
Ever farr should be familiar with the
r r ons of ingredients that go to
maerthecbestfertilizers for every kind of
crop. We have published a series of books,
containing the latest reserches on this all
important subject, whch we %ill send free
if you ask. Write now while you think of
it to the
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MANINING, S. C.
Capital Stock, - $40,000
Surplus. - - 30,000
ilit y, - - 40,000
to Depositors, $110,000
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is the watchword where money is con
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and be saved all further worry. Our
cashier will cheerfully and courteously
answer all inquiries if you want to be
come a depositor or customer of this
A complete stock of Caskets. Coffins and Fu
neral Supplies always on hand. Mv hearse will
be sent to any part of the county. and calls will
be responded to by Mr. A. J. White. funeral
<diretor and undertaker. night or day.
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
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and, and the 'First One
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THE SUMMERTON HOTEL
H-aving made special preparations. I
am now better preparedl to entertain
the tr'aveling public than ever before.
I especiaiiy invite the transient pat
renause. H. A. TISDALE.
TILE SUNDAY SCHOOL.
LESSON VI, FIRST QUARTER, INTER
NATIONAL SERIES, FEB. 5.
Text of the Lesson, John iv. 5-14.
Memory Verses, 13, 14-Golden Text,
Rev. xxii, 17 - commentary Pre
pared by Rev. D. N-. Stearnn.
[Copyright, 1905, by American Press Association.]
The scene of today's lesson 1s Sama
ria, and the center is Jacob's well on a
piece of ground which Jacob bought of
Shechem. son of Ianor. which after
ward became the inheritance of Jo
seph, where also the body of Joseph
was buried (Josh. xxiv, 32; Gen. xxxiii,
19). We are always taught in connec
tion with this lesson to think of Ja
cob's well, but I was recently remind
ed by a missionary home on furlough
that there must be some reason for
mentioning the parcel of ground be
longing to Joseph. Two thoughts are
suggested: Joseph was a fruitful
bough by a well whose branches run
over the wall, and here is the true Jo
seph reaching over the Jewish wall to
the Samaritans and bearing much
fruit (Gen. xlix, 22-24).
The topic in last week's lesson was
the necessity of the new birth and the
searching truth that even the most re
ligious must be born again. Here we
have the blessed assurance that the
greatest sinner may be born again and
greatly used to win others to Christ.
The heart of the lesson is the Lord
Jesus Himself and His seven sayings to
the woman in verses 7, 10, 13-14, 16, 17
18, 21-24, 26. Weary and thirsty, we
see in Him one who can truly sympa
thize with us, touched with a feeling
of our infirmities. tempted in all points
like as we are, yet without sin (Heb.
iv, 15). According to John's method of
counting time, it was either 6 a. m. or
6 p. m. when Jesus rested by the well.
Compare chapter xix. 14. His first re
quest of the woman, "Give me to
drink," reminds us of one of His seven
words from the cross, "I thirst" (xix,
28). He was literally weary, hungry
and thirsty as He sat thus by the well,
yet He was refreshed without actual
food or drink (verses 32, 34).
His chief hunger and thirst was and
is for the souls of sinners. Have you
efreshed him, and are you doing it
daily by winning others? His second
word to the woman (verse 20) takes us
back to Gen. 1, 6, 7, waters above and
waters below; also to Jer. 1i, 13, the
fountain and the broken cisterns, and
onward to Rev. xxi, 6; xxii, 17, the wa
ter of life freely given. Isa.lv, 1; Ezek.
xlvii, 9, might also be considered with
Thus only can we become wells of
water springing up. In last lesson we
saw the water to be the word, and the
only way to receive Christ, who is
Himself the living bread and the liv
Ing water, is by believing - His word,
which is both spirit and life (chapter
vi, 03). In the majority of believers
the water in their well is very low,
and it is difficult to obtain any from
them because they do not let the word
of Christ dwell in them richly agcord
ng to Col. iii, 16. In our Lord's fourth
and fifth words (verses 4-6) He laid
bare to the woman her .inner sinful
life, for only those who realize. that
they are sinners and nothing but sin
ners before God can appreciate a Say
our. He came not to call the right
eous, but sinners, and we must see
ourselves as helpless as the bitten Is
relites before we will care to look be
lievingly upon Him who was made sin
for us. Being convicted of sin, she did
as so many do-tried to escape by say
ng, "I do not belong to your church;
you worship in Jerusalem, out we in
this mountain." She did not say that
she 'worshiped or professed to wor
ship, -but spoke of her people, "our fa
In His sixth word (verses 21-24) He
turns her to God the Father as seek
ing not places, but hearts, of people and
sincerity, for while man looketh on the
utward appearance the Lord looketh
n the heart, and "He is not a Jew
which is one outwardly, neither is that
circumcision which is outward ini the
lesh, but he is a Jew which is one in
wardly, and circumcision is that of the
heart, in the spirit, not in the letter,
whose praise Is not-of men, but of
God" (I Sam. xvi, 7; Rom. Ii, 28, 29).
ow much there is in many a church
which passes before men as worship,
but which in the sight of God Is only
a mockery and an abomination and of
which He says, "Vain oblations, *
feasts my soul hateth!" (Isa. i, 13, 14.)
heFather is seekng for those who in
prayer and praise and meditation hold
heart communion with Him, that He
:ay reveal Himself to such and show
melf strong on their behalf (II
hron. xvi, 9).
The woman's reference to Messiah.
the Christ (see chapter I, 41), draws
forth His last word, "I that speak unto
thee am He" (verse 26). The work is
done, her eyes behold her Saviour, her
heart receives Him, her errand is f or
gotten, the waterpot is left by the well,
she even seems to forget that she is a
woman, and, hastening back to the
city, she earnestly proclaims that she
has seen the Christ. Her heart is oc
cupied with Him; she forgets herself,
nd great are the results. Many be
ieved on Him because of her testimo
ny, they constrained Him to abide
with them two days, and many more
believed because of His own word
Let all women consider this woman,
nd also that the first messenger after'
His resurrection was Mary Magdalene,
nd let no one hesitate to witness for
im because of what men ma~y say..
et all consider that the disciples hadi
just been in that city, but, as far as wel
know, uttered not a word about the
Christ whom .they had left sitting by
he well, for they went to the city to:
uy meat (verse 8). Is your first!
thought preaching Christ or something
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Send no money-simply write and try Botanic
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Lhe blood which causes the awful aches in back
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bad hearing. speck-s tiying before the eyes. all
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years standing afrer doctors, hot springs and
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Newlywed-You bachelors are fool
sh. Now, when a married man gets a
few dollars saved up he doesn't go and
spend It on some woman he admires.
Bachelor-Doesn't he? Newlywed-NO.
Give Your Stomach a Rest.
Your food must be properly digested
and assimilated to be of any value to
to you. If your stomach is week or dis
eased take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It
digests what you eat and gives the
stomach a reft, enabling it to recuper
ate. take on new life and grow strong
again. Kodol cures sour stomach, gas,
bloating, heart palpitation and all di
gestive disorders. L A. Soper, of Lit
tle Rock, Ky., writes us: "We feel that
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure deserves all the
commendation that can be given it, as
it saved the life of our little girl when
she was three years old. She is now six
and we have kept it. for her constantly,
but. of course she only takes it now
when anything disagrees with her.'
Sold by The R. B. Loryea Dimg Store
Get Fully Acquainted With the
Terms of Your Policy.
"What the average purchaser of life
insurance doesn't know about the
thing he is purchasing would fill a good
sized book printed with very narrow
margins," says an insurance expert.
"For instance, I talked not long since
with a man who fancied he was in
sured for $10,000 on the fifteen year
endowment plan. That is, he thought
he had to make payments for fifteen
years-which was true-and that at
the end of that time he could get $10,
000 in cash or take a part in cash and
a part in paid up insurance, which, as
it turned out, was not true. The rate
he was paying was so very low for
what he said he, was getting that I
asked to see his policy, and when I
looked at it I found, just as he might
have found on a brief examination,
that while he was insured for life, with
only fifteen yearly payments, he could
not get the $10,000 or any part of it
for a good many years more. No in
surance company in the world will
permit the fooling of a patron like this
if it can help it, and yet to attribute
such a mistaken idea to fraudulent
misrepresentation 'on the part of an
unworthy agent would not always be
fair. Many men who take insurance,
and especially those who do not decide
to go In until they have looked at it a
long time, go in finally with a rush.
They don't give the agent time to tell
them what they are getting, and often
don't find out for years afterward.
Another thing that many insured per
sons do not know is that. a rebate on
the first payment arranged between
the insured and the agent, sometimes
renders the whole transaction invalid."
Why the Festival Is Celebrated on
There are no definite allusions in the I
writings of any of the disciples of
Christ as to the date of his birth, nor
has there ever been produced proof of
any character as to the exact period in
the year when Christ was born. There
are, very true, occasional references to
the event in the Scriptures, indicating
that the Nativity occurred in the win
The institution of the anniversary
dates back to the second century of
Christendom, and it has been since
uniformly celebrated by nearly all
branches of the Christian church with
appropriate rejoicings and ceremonies.
The frequent~ and somewhat heated
controversies, however, relative to~ the
date of Christ's birth early in the
fourth century led Pope .Tulius L, to
order a thorough investigation of the
subject by the learned theologians and
historians of that period, which re
stlted in an. agreement upon Dec. 25,
and that decision seemed to have so
settled all disputes that that date was
universally accepted except - by the
Greek church. While this date was
never changed, the reckoning of it is
made according to the Gregorian cal
endar, which was adopted in the latter
part of the sixteenth century, and up
on which computations of time in near
ly all civilized nations have since rest
The two infinities of Kant did not
chill or hurt him, but his fearlessness
is shared by few. Only for a short in
stant, at best, will most persons con
sent to look epen eyed at any clear im
age of fate or of infinity. Scarcely a.
friend of mine will look steadily at the
clear midnight sky for a minute in si
lence. The freezing of the heart fol
lows; the appalling shudder at the
dread contemplation of infinity, which
may be called cosmic horror, is more
than can be endured. If those stars are
absolutely and positively infinite then
there is no up or down, and they knew
no beginning, will have no ending.
With any such staring gorgon of fatal
Ism the surcharged attention Is shaken,
and the chemistry of common, life
seizes upon the liquid crystals with
avid hunger.-George M. Gould, M. D.,
A Scotch Parson's Clever Reply.
When musical instruments were first
used in the services of the Scottish
churches many strict Sabbatarians ob
jected to the iniquitous proceedings.
One of these persons, on meeting the
minister some time after leaving the
"kirk" because of the introduction of
a harmonium, said with a sneer, "Well,
and how Is your fanner getting on?"
(A fanner was a winnowing machine
resembling the bellows of an organ in
Its working.) "Oh, splendidly," an
swered the reverend gentleman. "It's
just keeping the good corn and blow
Eng the chaff away."-Spare Moments.
Nio Judge af AUI.
"Isn't that young man fond of -mu
sic?" exclaimed the young woman.
"I don't know," answered Miss Cay
enne. "Juadging by the way he will
stand up and listen to himself sing by
the hour, I should say he isn't."-Chi
Veterinary-So your new bull pup Is
sick? What seems to be the matter
with him? Owner-A little of every
thing, I guess. While we were away
this afternoon he chewed up and swaY
[owed the dictionary.-Detroit Free
The Small Children.
"I wonder what it is," said the fami
ly man, "that makes landlords and
janitors dislike to have small children
In fiats." "The small children, I
guess," replied the savage bachelor.
If you wish to please people you must
begin by understanding them.-Reade.
To const'pation and liver troubles by
tently moving the bowels and acting
is a tonic to the liver, take Little Early
Eisers. These Famous Little Pills are
ild, pleasant and harmless, but effec
ie and sure. Their universal use for,
nany years is a strong guarantee of
~heir "popularity and usefulness. Sold
We are in our .new quarters at the same
old stand, next to Jenkinson's, where we ar(
prepared to fill all orders for
- We will be glad to see you and "figger'
on any bill of Groceries you may need, anc
feel assured we can satisfy you both in qual
ity and price.
The Manning Grocery Co.
8 SUMMERTON HARDWARE CO.,
SUMMERTON, S. C.
J. C.LANHIAM. C. 11. DAVIS, J. A. JAMES,
President. Vice-President. Sec.-Treas.
OUR MOTTO: 3 L'S.
Live and Let Live.
For dry goods;go to a dry goods store.
For shoes, go to a shoe store.
For groceries, go to a grocery suore.
For medicines, go to a medicine store.
For HARDWARE and its kindred articles,
go to a HARDWARE STORE.
2 Paints, Agricultural Implements, Pumps, Pipe,
,a Stoves and Stoveware, Harness and
Saddlery, Crockery and Glassware.
We have them all.
Our long residence in the county is our guarantee of fair and
honest treatment of our customers.
. hoWe have recently associated with us Mr. J. II. Plowden form
erly with the Dillon Hardware Company, who thoroughly under
stands the hardware business and will take pleasure in giving the
public the benefit of his experience.
8 We are Offering
for the Holiday Trade
SSome nice. new and attractive goods which we are sure will interest
SIn Sporting Goods We Have as follows:
S Shotguns-double barrels-s $10 to $20 each.
S Single Barrels at $4.75- a good gun-to $8, while we have a
Ssplendid stock of the best AMiMUNITION.
SIn Household Goods
SWe have a nice asortment of Knives and Eorks at 50c to $4.50 per set- -
F Eor $1.50 we will sell the most serviceable Knife and Fork made.
S For $2 we offer a handsome engraved pattern of the same.
S We unhesitatingly state that these are the best values ever of
Sfered on this market.
SOur Crockery Dprmn
We onsderwitoutcomparison. We are offering for the holidays
a nice and attractive assortment of decorated CHINA CUPS ANL)
SSAUCERS and some beautiful Toilet Articles at prices very much
less hn goods of this class is usually sold at.
In addition to these we are selling the only really serviceable -
SOIL HEATER THAT IS MADis. These for gifts at the holidays
are without comparison. Let us explain why they are so much bet
Ster than others.
S Remember that we have everything usually kept in better
~class hardware stores and it is our aim to serve you to the best
Sadvantage our experience enables us.
Very truly yours,
I MANNING HARDNARE COMPANY,
They Are Now Hiere!
Hlorses and Mules.
direct from the best stock markets. well-broken and guar
anteed. We ask the people wishing to buy horses for famn
il use, draft, style or farm to take a look at ours and we
tiink we can convince you that we have what you are look
We have as pretty Farml and Wagon Mules as have ever
been brought here, which we propose to sell at live and let
Our salesrooms have been refilled with the view of en
ticing patronage and this can only be secured by having
what the people wvant, and their money's worth when they
It will not cost you a cent to look through our stables
Our prices wvill suit, and everyt hing you buy from us
goes with our guarantee.
W. P. HiAWKINS & CO.
Do Y'oll WRaI
THEN COME OR SEND TO US.
We have the best equipped Tailor
ing Establishment in the State.
,High Art Clothing
solely and we carry the best line o
Hats and Gent's Furnishings in th
Ask yourimost prominent men wh
we are, and they will commend yoi
J. L. DAVID & BRO,
Cor. King & Wentworth Sts.,
CHARLESTON,. - S. C
W E A RE PL E A SE D
to write your. insurance,
You will be pleased to receive it.
The Best Is What You Want
See me about your insurance,
either Life, Fire, Accident, Health
Burglary or Plate Glass.
J. L. WILSON.
Buggies, Wagons, Road
Carts and Carriages
R B.PA IR BL
With Neatness and Despatch
R. A. WHITE'S
I repair Stoves, Pumps and run wate:
pipes, or I will put down a new Puml
If you need any solderig done, giva
me a call.
My horse is lame. Why? Because :
did not have it shod by R. A. White
the man that puts on such neat shoe
and makes horses travel with so muel
We Make Themi Look New
We are making a specialty of re
painti-ng old Buggies, Carriages, Roal
Carts and Wagons cheap.
Come and see me. My prices wil
please you, and I guarantee all of m3
Shop on corner below R. M. Dean's.
R. A. W HITE,
MANNING. S. C.
WHEN YOU COME
TO TOWN CALL AT
Whieb is fitted up with niu
oye to the comfort of his
customers. .. ...
IN ALL STYLES,
S HAV IN G AND
S HA MPO OI NG
l~one with neatness rand
A cordial invitation~
J. L. W ELLS.
Manning Times Block.
Northwestern R. R. of S. C.
Tm~zE TABIR No. 6,.
In effect Sunday, June 5, 1904.
Between Snmter and Camden.
Mixed-Daily except Sunday.
South bonna. North bound
No. 69. No. 71. No 70. No. 08.
PM AM AM P M
6 25 9 36 Le.. Saumter . . Ar 9) 00 5 45
6 27 9 38 N. W. Junctn 8 58 5 43
647 959 ...Dalzell... 825 513
7 05 10 10 . . .lorden... 800, 4 58
7 23 10 21 . . lembeirts.. 7 40 4 43
7 30 10 31 .. Ellerbee.. 7 30 4 38
7 50 11 00 o Ry-Jonetni 7 10 4 25
8 00 11 10 A r. . Camden.. .Le 7 00 4 15
(8 (. & G Ex Depot)
PM P M AM IPM
Be.tween Wilsion's Mill and Snoter.
No. 73. Daily except Sun day No. 72.
P M Stations. I' M
3 00 Le.......unoter...Ar 12 3u
3 33 . .Samnmerton Jnetion 12 27
3 35........ .Packsville........11 30
355 ..........ilvr...... 10
4 45 .....umerton .... 10 15
5 25...... ...Dav'is...........9 45
5 45.........Jordan ........ 900
6 3b0 Ar..Wilson's Mills...Le 8 40
Between Miillard and St. Paul.
Daily except Sunday.
Sonthbond. Northboun d.
INo 73. No. 75. No. 72. No. 74.
P MI A M Statious A M P M
4 05 10 20 Le Millard Ar 10 45 5 30
4 15 10 30 Ar St. Paul Le 10 35 4 20
P'M A M AM P'M
THOS. WILSON. President.
Money to Loan.
Wilson, DuRant & Muldrow
I am in position to negotiate loans on
improved farming lands.
J. H. LESESNE.
"D.Ns Early Risers
Thea feaous littla nilus.
DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
The $1.00 bottle contains 2K timesthe trial size, which sefstfor 50 cent. ;M5
PREPARED ONLY AT THE LABORATORY OF
E. C. DeWITT & COMPANYs CHICAGO.
DON'T GET ALARMEIH0
No matter what you meet with while your are out hunfu
You are safe if you trade with the
Dickson Hardware Compaay
for you get the best good for the lseast'money. We have t
the largest and best assortment of
BOOTS and LEGGINGS. -
GUNS and RIFLES,
COATS and VESTS,
BELTS and CAPS,'
SHOT and POWDER,
SHELLS and PR
We also sell those high grade, Guaranteed Perfect
Stoves, at any price.
Boys, we can sell you a nice Wheel or any kind of
Repairs-When you need a guaranted Knife, RazororSe
we have them.
Remember, we are THE HARDWARE MEN
Nature's Geatest IR
FOR DISEASES OF THE -
Liver 1id y
FOR SALE BY C
IWhisheyI OLD NICK H
Four Quarts Free. Read Ou0fei
Our great-grandfather, Colonel Joseph Winims, tie revolut
hero, established this business, ih on this spot, in1768-miprethai -
years before dealers advertising thmselves as "old houses" dresue ~
going into the whiskey business. Ours is the original malforderiisy
business, after which many sn~ll dealersatte~anatteitoua
our success. They cannot compete with us iualitybecause theyare n
distillers, and in attempting to meet our prices':they--it.on thegin~t
terribly injurious and dangerous concoctions- many ihr- contain'
dedywood alcohol. ~
Our business, our name and our whiskey have withstood all competition and cr1iticis fo aU
tory and a half-a record unparalleled in the business world. For four generations ourwhse
been recognized as the purest and best possible to produce and during that time we have serveadaV~
hundreds of thousands of customers. In order to increase our list of custamers to one milli os~~
all past efforts during the next few months, we offer the following excspiinll louricesonoglhgh~e
whiskies for a short time only. If not satisfactory when'receivedayou can retrn.at our epne~
will refund every cent paid. What fairer proposition couldyoiask? Onr word-as the People's Ninal.
Bank of Winston, N. C. will tenlyuI sgo as gl. Packed in. 47-8 gals-ind.,
EXPRESS PAID TO YOUR .TTO plain box. not boxed.- e
3 galnons Special Offer (in jug, boxed)............$ 4.90 $.7.35
CR* 3 gallons Favorite (in ug, boxed).................. 6.75 10.05
RYE OR 12 full quarts Favorite (in bottles, boxed)............6.95 10.0
BOURBON 12 full quarts Finest Quality (in bottles, boxed)........9.73 - 23.8s
12 full quarts White Man's Choice (in bottles, boxed)... 12.45 *182-.
12 full quarts Private Stock, 20 years old......................... 15.31 21.3g
3 gallons Mountain Appi: Brandy (in jug, boxed) ......... .... .....6.95 .4
or onegallon(in jug)of cachof the sixdifferentkinds forsjs.3se Terms, cash with Order. . :
F ~~With each order coming from this advertisment accompanled by the names and addresses Tof
whiskey drinkers we propose to give free a FHanme Pocket Flask, Cork Screw KnifesiC
gar Clipper, togtether with four beautiful colored pictures rersnigfour anti-revolu+ionney scenes.
By purchasing three[3jzallons or twelve quarts, you get about two I:.gallons without express es.' -
added, for people who ship fourquarts pay about as much express on it as we pay on the-above-pack- -
'ages. FREB-In addition to the above, if you or your friends will send us an orderatonce for four-o -
the above packages we will send to the one makn up the order four full quarts of the same goodsabo
lutely free. So act at onc. -
P. S. The above prices apply to Ala., Fla., D. C., Ga., Ky., Md., Miss., N. J., VTa. sW
Va. To orders frorn all other states add $1.60 per package for adMtioal express. RiruwE.
ery bank in North Carolina, all our state offlclals,-Senators and Congressmen.
TIE OLD NICK WILLIAMS CO., Lock Box 24 Williams, N.~
The above prices refer to South Carolina also.
IF1-OU WISH TO BORROW~
Loans Made Money on long or short time, Len
011-on improved real estate, I am
Improved in a position to serve you. Ipoe
Current rates of interest' R IEte
Real Estate. and reasonable charges. SI
Call on or write to
Attorney at Law, Manning, .S. C.
GeoS. Hacker &$on DiJFAKEIR
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CH ARLESTON, S. C.
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