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W are No l ur Ne uarlrs
We are in our new quarters at the same
old stand, next to Jenkinson's, where we are
prepared to fill all orders for
We will be glad to see you and "figger"
on any bill of Groceries you may need, and
feel assured we can satisfy you both in qual
ity and price.
The Manning Grocery Co.
8 SUMMERTON HARDWARE CO., g
SUMMERTON, S. C.
J. C. LANIAM. C. 11. DAVIS, J. A. JAMES,
Pre'sident. Vice-President. Sec.-Treas.
OUR MOTTO: 3 L'S.
8 -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 store.
For medicines. go to a medicine store.
For HARD WARE and its kindred articles,
go to a HARDWARE STORE.
Paints, Agricultural Implements, Pumps, Pipe,
Stoves and Stoveware, Harness and
Saddlery, Crockery and Glassware.
We have them all.
Our long resideuce in the county is our guarantee of fair and
honest treatment of our customers.
We have recently associated with us Mr. J. M. Plowden form
erly with the Dillon' Hardware Company, who thoroughly under
stands the hardware business and will take pleasure in givng the
public the benefit of his experience.
With all its attractiveness is upon as and with its ad
E vent the problem of restoeking the farm with tools and imuple
E ments comes.
EAD EDQ We have never been in better shape to supply
C ~I"R LRU5 you during our eight years of business life among
Syou, and wve can confidently say that we have the best assort
E mnent of goods ever brought to Manning. .
~ CUAO DITRIBUORS.The K. P. Distribtitors. This a
CUANre fo DhistRtimeTlRS. spiendid distributor we sold a
streretironhendrsaccmerat s season. and owing to its strong con
strutionandaccuatework became a favorite at once. All the
Sagricultural papers unite in praising its fine qualities.
C The Cole Distributor is better adapted to distributing around
Sshe growing crop; for this purpose it is without a rival. It can
be T he bpangler Distributor is a new distributor on our market;
Swe have many testimonials of its efficiency. Do not fail to see it.
as it possesses features that no other distributor has.
... We have in Cotton Planters as follows. all of which are too ...
Swell known to require a description: DOW LAWV and FARQU
PfD m n'ALITWED Our Corn Planter has attracted quite a ~
U~III FL. I LRO.a lot of attention. We sell the "STrA1t." -_
SIt is without a doubt a splendid success as a planter.
S We are agents for some new Plows that are great labor-savimg -.
E implements, among which are the SY R~AC USE Steel Beam two- a
Shorse Plows. We have them in three sizes in stock. WVe are also
Sagents for th2e "Watt" one and two horse Plows. ~
C We also have a nice lot of Harrows and Cultivators and the a
Scelebrated RUJBIN JONES FENDERS.
S We have everything usually kept in better class hard ware
stores and are always pleased to serve you.
Very truly yours.
MANNING HARDWARE COMPANY, ~
I WANT A MULE
Go to W. P. HAWKINS & CO for -the best. They'
have just got in a lot of fine ones. Prices right and terms
You can depend on what you buy of W. P. H AWKINS
& CO., for they are straight and their new Horses and Mules
are~ unsurpassed in any market.
Honest dealings and the best stock is our motto for suc
cess, if it is worth anything to you see W. P. HAWKINS &
Our salesroomls have been refilled with the view of en
ticing patronage and thlis can only be secured by having
whlat the people want, and their money's worth when they
It will nlot cost you a cent to look through our stables
Our prices wxill suit, and everything you buy fromi us
goes with our guarantee.
W. P. H AWINS & CO.
The Political Situation.
A prominent North Carolinian has
this to say: I have been a sufferer from
Rheumatism for fifteen years. a por
tion of the time bedfast, and for the
last six months it has been seated in
my left side near my heart; could scarce
lv rest any at night. I finally decided
try Dr. King's Nerve and Bone Lini
iunt. Two or three applications en
tirely relieved me of the pain. I have
used it in my family with good results.
D. C. Howell. Sold by Dr. W. E.
Brown & Co.
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL.
LESSON i, SECOND QUARTER, INTER.
NATIONAL SERIES, APRIL 2.
Text of the Lesson, John x, 7-18.
Memory Verses, 17, IS-Golden Text,
John x, 11-Commentary Prepared
by Rev. D. M. Stearns.
[Copyright, 1905, by American Press .usociation.}
These blind guides, blind leaders of
the blind, pastors that destroyed and
scattered the sheep, shepherds that fed
themselves and not the flock, allowing
.the flock to become a prey (Matt. xxiii,
16; xv, 14; Jer. xxiii, 1; Ezek. xxxiv,
2, 8), show forth by contrast the good
shepherd of our lesson, who always
had compassion on the sheep because
they were as those having no shepherd.
In the opening parable of this chapter,
which they understood not (verse 6),
He had told them that they were not
His sheep because they knew not His
voice (verses 26, 27), and in the opening
verse of our lesson, with the emphasis
of His double verily, He says, "I am
the door of the sheep" (verses 7, 9).
The greatest buildings Israel ever
knew were the tabernacle and the tem
ple, the houses in which their God, the
only living and true God, dwelt in the
midst of His people (Ex. xxv, S; I
Kings, ix, 3), each typical of Him
who is the true tabernacle and temple,
the word made flesh, God manifest in
the flesh. There was but one way of
entrance to these buildings, and close
by the entrance was the brazen altar
of burnt offering (Ex. xl, G), where the
lambs of the daily morning and even
ing sacrifices were offered.
There was no way of approach to
God but by the shedding of blood. The
:Lord taught this to Adam and Eve at
Eden (Gen. iii, 21), and they to their
children. Cain was the first to refuse
to confess himself a sinner and come
to God with a sacrifice, but he has had
an immense number of followers, of
whom it is written, "Woe unto them,
for they have gone in the way of Cain"
(Jude 11). These blind, self righteous
shepherds were therefore thieves and
robbers, for they knew not the only
door of entrance to the fold.
The words "before me" in verse 8
cannot refer to those who came in His
name as His true prophets and priests,
but must have the same significance as
in the first commandment (Ex. xx, 3),
where in the revised version margin the
translation is "beside me." Many do
bear and receive the teaching of the
false shepherds of today, the wolves in
sheep's clothing (Matt. vil, 15; Acts xx,
29), but that proves that they do not
know the true Shepherd's voice.
What a blessed door this is by which
"any man" may enter in and be saved
and evermore In all his going out and
comingin find pasture and protection
(verse 9; Ps. cxxi, 5). Not only is He
the door, but He Himself Is also the
pasture (John vi, 57), for He said, "He
that eateth Me. even he shall live by
The adversary to whom all the false
shepherds belong e'ver seeks to kill and
destroy. He has been at it ever since
he killed Abel. The Lord Jesus is the
life givei'fand He gives freely,' fully
and forever. His words are, "I give
unto them eternal life, and they shall
never perish, neither shall any pluck
them out of My hand" (verse 28). In all
Scripture there Is nothing that conflicts
with this, yet I find Christians every
where who are slow to believe that
they shall never perish.
Not only life, but life more abundant
ly, It is His will that we should have,
for "abundantly" is one of His great
words from Gen. 1, 20, 21, onward. Phil
ip would give each of the 5,000 a little
If he could, but the Lord Jesus filled
every one of them. Who can tell the
meaning of "exceeding abundantly
above all we can ask or think?" (Eph.
111, 20.) We cannot have the abundant
life while we tolerate unbelief, fqr we
can only be filled with joy and peace
by believing (Rom. xv, 13).
As the good Shepherd He giveth His
life for the sheep (verses 11, 15), as the
great Shepherd He works in us His
good pleasure, and as the chief Shep
herd He will reward those who feed
His sheep at His appearing (Heb. xiii,
20; I Pet. v, 1-4). To question the pow
er or love or faithfulness of Him who
laid down His life for the sheep must
be a great grief to Him; rather let us
be such "most surely believers," know
ing the certainty of all that He has told
s (Luke 1, 1, 4), that we shall be wells
and rivers of living water to His glory.
An abundant life will insure an abun
dant entrance into the kingdom, In
stead of a possible "saved as by fire"
experience, with w'orks disapproved
and burned (II Pet. 1, 10, 11; I Cor. Iii,
13-15). It' we are truly His sheep and
rejoicing in Him, we will covet earnest
ly to be used by Him to gather the
other sheep to complete the one flock
under one shepherd..
What a wonderful saying is this in
verses 17, 18: "I lay down my life tflat
I might take it again. No man talreth
it from me, but I lay it down of my
self. I have power to lay it down, and
I have power to take it again." What
manner of man is this? Truly He Is
God (verse '33), and 'His works testify
it as well as His words (verses 37, 38).
Not all the powers on earth could take
Him nor hold Him, much less liill
Him, but He gave Himself up for us;
He laid down His life for us; It was all
"of His own voluntary will" (Lev. 1, 8).
He is the Shepherd of Israel; the Shep
herd, the Stone of Israel (Ps. lxxx,. 11
Gen. xlix, 24), the Hope of Israe1l*the
Son of God, the King of Israel~?er.
xvii, 13; John 1, 49), and He shalI'yet
gather all Israel, save them and make
them a blessing (Ezek. xxxvii, 21 22,
27, 28). He is. also the head' ofs~he
church, w~hich Is His body (Epb. 1,.22,
23), and with His glorified churchfand
His redeenied Israel shall yet ruloithe
world in righteousness (Isa. xxxii,. 1,
17), for "the Scripture cannot- besbro
ken" (JTohn x, 35).
Champion Liniment for Rheumatism.
Chas. Drake, a mail carrier at Chap
inville, Conn., says: "Chamberlain's
Pain Balm is the champion of all lini
ments. The past yeaJ I was troubled
a great deal with rheumatism in my
shoulder. After trying several cures
the storekeeper here recommended
this remedy and it completely cured
me." There is no 'use of anyone suffer
ing from that painful ailment when
this liniment can be abtained for a
small sum. One application gives
srompt relief and its continued use for
short time will produce a permanent
:ure. For sale by The R. B. Loryea
Who Was Your Father ? What Sort of Blood ?
If your blood is thin you are weak
and languid, not enough energ to do
your daily work, and feel entirely worn
out, Dr. King's special prescription for
you, if consulted personally, would be
his own Iron Tonic Bitters. Makes old
people young, renews youth, makes
weak people strong. gi ves refreshing
sleep. Sold by Dr. W. L. Brown & Co.
THE WATER FINDERS
HOW THE DIVINING ROD RESPONDS
TO THEIR PECULIAR POWER.
Mysterious Art of the "Downer" as
Practiced by Gentlefolk and Others
In England-Remarkable Powers of
One Famous Rod Handler.
Those who regard water faiding by
means of the divining rod as the prac
tice of a foolish superstition will be
shocked to hear that in recent times it
has been employed by cabinet ministers
such as the Marquis of Londonderry,
by belted earls like Lord Strathmore,
by grave judges and sheriffs, by rail
way companies such as the Midland,
by urban district councils and by land
owners without number, writes Fitz
gerald Molloy in T. P.'s London Week
The art of finding water, minerals
and even criminals by means of the
divining red has been known and prac
ticed for centuries in every country in
Europe. The rod itself, a symbol of
magical power, is mentioned in the an
cient mythologies, in the Christian
Scriptures as the means by which
Moses obtained water and is used in
all ceremonial magic.
The water finder's rod is merely a
forked twig, usually cut from a hazel,
a whitehorn or an apple tree below
the bifurcation, and is generally a foot
long and about the thickness of a
pencil. Its twigs are held at the ex
treme ends between the fingers and
thumb of each hand by the water find
er, or dowser, as he is commonly called,
who slowly walks over the land where
it is desired to find a spring, until, on
coming to the spot where water is, the
twigs begins to move and its fork to
It frequent; happens that on reach
ing this site the rod, which has pre
viously remained passive in the dow
ser's hands, twists itself round with
such violence as to break. The state
ment that water will be found beneath
(the depth is occasionally specified)
has seldom been falsified. The experi
ment has been tried of blindfolding the
water finder and leading him by a dif
ferent route to the spot he has already
indicated, only to show that the rod
repeated its movements on his regain
ing it. A second dowser, kept in igno
rance of the spot or of the land over
which his predecessor has gone, will
almost invariably name the same site
as a place where water will be found.
Water finding is a special gift, re
quiring special physical and psychical
qualifications, but Is not limited to any
class of society, to the educated or the
Ignorant, to age or youth, to men or
women. Mr. J. D. Enys, F. G. S., be
came an excellent dowser, while a wo
man of title in the midlands also be
came expert at findiv'; water by this
But, though a special gift, experience
has shown that it can be transmitted
that is, when the rod is held by a per
son who has not this power, but whose
wrists are grasped by a dowser, it will
point to a spot where water may be
found. Xo matter how diverse in rank
or intellect or constitution water find
ers may be, they all to a greater or less
degree betray the same symptoms in
exercising the gift-an electric shock
seems communicated to them; they turn
pale, tremble or have convulsive move
ments similar to those that disturb the
nervous system of a medium who ob
tains psychic manifestations.
Sir Lauder Brunton in writing on
"Truths and Delusions" in the Univer
sal Review says: "When we hear that
a man is able to discover water at a
considerable distance below the ground
on which he stands we are at first apt
Ito scout the idea as ridiculous, while if
we were told that a caravan was cross
ing the desert and that all at once the
thirsty camels started off quidkly and
at a distance of a mile or more water
was found we would look upon the oc
currence as natural."
Regarding the divining rod as a sub
ject for investigation, the council of the
Society For Psychical Research ear
nestly requested Mr. W. F. Barrett,
professor of experimental physics in
the Royal Coll ge of Science For Ire
land, to -inquire into it. Wini "great
reluctance and even -repugnance," as
he stated, he yielded to their wishes
and began his examination, "hoping,
however, in my ignorance that a few
weeks' work would enable me to rele
gate it 'into the limbo large and broad,
since called the paradise of fools."
A report of his long and patient r'e
search concerning the divining rdd was
contributed by Professor Barrett In a
paper called "The So Called Divining
Rod, or Virgula Divina." The outcome
of his personal investigations, of relia
ble evidence and scientific knowledge,
may be summed up in his own words:
"The movement of the rod is not due
to trickery nor any conscious voluntary
effort, but is a more or less violent au
tomatic action that occurs under cer
tain conditions In certain individuals."
Having said so much, science still
leaves us in ignorance regarding a hu
man facuity which is the inheritance
of some individuals and is undoubted
ly the same power that, through a com
mon piece of wood called the plan
chette, under the hands of certain per
sons writes coherent and sometimes im
portant messages outside the range of
their conscious intelligence and is the
same force that has been found to rap
out communications on tables.
It Is Interesting, but not surprising,
to learn that the exercise of the dow
ser's gift, which has been of immense
service and which has been employed
by those who frame and administer our
laws, is illegal and therefore that those
who receive money for its exercise are
presumably as liable to fine and pun
ishment as any gypsy fortune teller.
That at least is what may be gathered
from the decIsion of W. A. Casson, the
lo:al government auditor for Bedford
Always Liberal to Churches.
Eery church will be given a liberal
quantity of L. & M. paint. Call for it
4 gallons Longman & Martinez L. &
M. Paint mixed with three gallons
inseed oil, will paint a house.
W. B. Barr, Charleston. W. Va..
writes, "Painted Frankenburg block
with L. & M. stands out as though var
Wears and covers like gold.
Don't pay $1.50 a gallon for linseed
oil, which you do in ready-for-use paint.
Buy eil fresh from the barrel at 60
ents per gallon and mix it with L. &
. It makes paint cost about $1.20
Sold by The Rl. B. Loryea Drug
A Dinner uvitation.
After a hearty meal a dose of Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack
of Indigestion. Kodol is a thorough
digestanr and a guaranteed cure for
Indigrestion, Dyspepsia, Gas on the
Stomach, Sour Risings, Bad Breath
iand all stomach troubles. N. Watkins,
Lesbus. Ky . says: "I can testify to the
ettica.cy of Kodol in the cure of Stomach
Trouble. I was afflicted with Stomach
Trouble for lifteen years aud hhve
taken six bottles of your Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure, which has entirely cured
me. The six bottles were worth $1,000
to me." Sold by The I. B. Loryea
ST. SWITHIN'S DAY.
The Old Superstition About July .4
and the Weather.
The old superstition about St. Swith
in and the rain has very generally died
out. There are still, however, a good
many who incline to the belief that
such a notion must have had a basis
of scientific fact or it could not have
obtained as It has done for centuries.
Some years ago the records of Green
wich observatory were examined for
twenty years with a view to ascer
taining whether as a matter of fact
a rainy July 15 is usually followed by
a rainy period approximating to forty
It was found that the years in which
St. Swithin's day had given no rain
were rather wetter during the follow
ing forty days than other years. It
was concluded that the tradition had
no meteorological facts whatever to
support it. Everybody has heard the
old story about the removal of St.
Swithin's bones on July 15 and of the
manner in which the saint resented it
by deluging the district. It Is a curi
ous fact, but well authenticated, that
the good man's bones were shifted from.
their orlginai resting place in circum
stances of considerable pomp and
splendor and without a drop of rain
falling. The origin of the superstition
was probably a terrible flood which In
1313 devastated crops.
- By the Tonic Route.
The pills that act as a tonie, and not
as a drastic purge. are DeWitt's Little
Early Risers. They cure Headache,
Constipation, Billiousness, etc. Early
Risers are small, easy to take and easy
to act-a safe pill. Mack Hamilton,
hotel clerk at Valley City, N. D., says:
"two bottles cured me of chronic con
stipation." Sold by The R. B. Loryea
FIRE AND THE SKIN.
Why the Action of Heat Causes the
Cuticle to Turn Red..
Blushing is the effect of the action
of radiated heat on the nerves control
ling the small blood vessels of the skin.
These tiny ves'sels are normally in a
state of moderate contraction; under
exposure to heat they relax and be
come distended with blood.
In regard to exposure to direct heat,
the reddening of the skin, together
with the uncomfortably warm feeling
accompanying it, may be looked upon
as one of the useful little "danger sig
nals" with which we are surrounded.
Persons who from any cause have
lost their'e susceptibility, as Is the case
in some forms of paralysis, may ex
pose a limb to heat until serious In
The reason that the face chiefly
flushes Is that, in the ordinary position
near a fire, It is most directly exposed
to the rays of heat, while most of the
body is shielded by clothing. Moreover,
the nerves of the face are particularly
sensitive In this respect, and the skin
there is more abundantly furnished
with blood vessels.
-A Beutiful, Clear Complexion.
will be yours if Dr. King's Sarsaparilla
is judiciously taken. We say judicious
advisedly-a bottle only in some cases,
more in others. And this is not all that
can be doue-Erysipelas, Eczema, Scur
vy, Blackheands, Tetter, Pimples. Net
tle Rash, Boils, Carbuncles. fiee be
tore the onslaughts of this powerful
purifier. Sold by Dr. W. E. Brown & Co
Kimberley Siege Babtes.
During Lord Roberts' tour in South
Africa he chanced to be in ~Kimberley
on his seventy-second bir~thday, and
the people of that city presented him
with a pair of diamonds. One of the
"siege babies," a boy of four years,
made the presentation speech. During
the siege of Kimberley by the Boers
about fifty babies were born. Lord
Roberts had his photograph taken in
the midst of the "siege babies" on the
steps of the town hall. Most of the
"siege babies" bear names recalling the
war. Thus, while "French," "Buller,"
"Methuen," "Bobs" and "K~ekewich"
were used, "Rhodes" was even more
frequently used, and "Siege" seems 1
have been most popular of all.
Dngaged people should remember
that after marriage many quarrels can
be avoided by keeping their digestive
organs in good condition witis Electric
Bitters. S. A. Brown, of Bennettsville,
S. C., says:- "For years my wife suffer.
ed intensely from dyspepsia, compliea
ted with a torpid liver, until she lost
her strength and vigor, and became a
mere wreck of her former self. Then
sh tried E lectric Bitters, which helped
her at once, and finally made her en
tirely well. She is now strong and
healthy." The R. B. Loryea Drug
Store sells and guarantees them at Soc
The Operatic "Star."
It Is the star system that kills or
cripples the smaller undertakings that
might lead to the establishment of per
manent operas In every part of the
country, the money that should be re
served for these smaller undertakings
each year being eaten up by two or
three stars. Every one suffers. Ninety
nine impresarios In a hundred go
bankrupt; consequently they are grow
ing more and more afraid of speculat
ing in stars, and It may be hoped that
some day the stars will no longer be
able to do their starring-at least not
at another man's risk-and even the
public that likes to hear stars will have
no opportunity.-Saturday Review.
However things may seem, no evil
tiing is a success. and no good thing
is a failure.-Longiellow.
Night Prowling Thieves.
Croup and Whooping Cough come
like a thief in the night, stealing in to
fasten the fang of mortal disease upon
the children as they peacefully sleep in
their little beds. Kennedy's Laxative
Honey and Tar, the new discovery for
Coughs and Colds, will drive out these
death-dealing demons before the doctor
can arrive. It protects the lives and
health of the little ones. Contains no
opiates. Keep it handy. Sold by The
DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
The SI1 .00 bottle ccetiins 2% tiniesthe tMal size. w.hich Sells for 50 centi.
PREPASED ONLY AT THE LABORATOXY of
E. C. DeWITT & COMPAM, CHICAGO.:. L
solci Toy The _.. B. I.soryea Drug Store.
Do You WantGE
PERFECT FITIING S0VIPRINGS
CL0 TiES ?M I N E R AQ
THEN COME OR SEND TO US. WATER.
We have the best equipped Tailor
ing Establishment in the State.
Wehandle Nature's Greatest Remedy
FOR DISEASES OF THE
High Art Clothing
solely and we carry the best line of
Hats and Gent's Furnishings in the
Ask your most prominent-men whon*
we are, and they will commend you
J DAVID BnROn n . Physicians Prescribe it
J, D VID BR vPatients Depend onitan
Cor. King & Wentworth Sts.,
CHARLESTON, - S. C.P
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You will be pleased to receive it. IF YOU WISHf TO- BORRW
nt Loans Made Loans
The Best Is What You W Money on long or short time,
n on improved real estate, I am
See me about your insurance, Improved in a position to serve you.
either Life. Fire, Accident, Health, Current rates of interest
Burglary or Plate Glass. Real Estate- and reasonable charges.
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Buggies, Wagons, Boad
Attorney at Law Manning, S
Carts and Carriages -
RIEPA IRED Cabbage Plants and Sea Island Cotton Soed
CABBAGE PLANTS for sale and now ready for delivery. "EARLY J__
FIELD" and "CIARLESTON LARGE TYPE WAKEPIELD," two earlisbarphead
Wand heaat in ocation as named. "SUCCESSION," "AUGUSTA TRUCKER"and
With Neatness -and De8patch STEM FLAT DUTCE," the three best flat-head varieties and head in rotatison as
Prices: Single thousand. $1.50; 5,000 and over, $1.25 per 1,000; 30,000-ande
-AT- Terms: Cash with order; or. plants sent C. 0. D., purchaser paying retrna
Our plant beds occupy 35 acres on South Carolina Sea Coast, and we. ~
them in open air: touah and hardy; they will stand severe cold without-injury. ?lants
gorshipment weigh 20 lbs. per 1,000 and we have special low rates for prompttranspo
other Express Company.
I know of other plants you can buy cheaper than mine. I sell good plants. No .ch
rate" plants shipped from my farm. I guarantee those tnat I ship to be true to tpend
WH EE LWRIGHT and and grown-from high grade seeds purchased from two of the most reliabiz sed ses
United States. I will refund purchase price tolan ditesatisded customer at end-of-saoi
BsLACKSMITH SHOP. OUR COTTON SEED. Lint of our Long Se varietv of SEA ISLAND~COTToN
year in Charleston on Dec. 2, at 32c. per pound. Seed, $1.25 per bu.; lot of-10 bunandor"
bushel. My specialty: Prompt Shipment, True Varieties and Satisfied Customers..
In the plant business for thirty-five years. -
I repair Stoves, Pumps and run water Wm C. Geraty "The Cabbage Plant MaI." Y0u1 s S
pipes, or I will put down a new Pump . * Post and Telegraph Office,
If you need any soldering done, give
me a call.
My horse is lame. Why? Because I~
did not have it shod by R. A. White,
the man that puts on such neat shoes i * * '
sed makes horses travel vdth so muchX 180 1 0
We Makce Them Look New.
We are making a specialty of re- A
painting old Buggies, Carriages, Road
Carts and Wagons cheap.
Come and see me. My prices will
pleas you, and I guarantee all of my1 A'PTANT'7IC~ ('CAST7'7
Shop on corner below R. M. Dean's.
Special rate of one fare plus $2 to Havana, Cubaai
R. A. WHIlE, The rate fromn MANNING, S. C., $41.40; includes nel
=- a3 o th stame. . ickts illbe oldMarch 29thi for trais~i
MANN ING. S. C. will reach Port Tampa, Fla., the night of March 30th, onnect t
with P. & 0. S. S. Co.'s steamer leaving that night. Tie
W Hi E N Y OU COM E be good returning on any steamer leaving Havana until A}%
T O TOWN CA LL A T inclusive, with final limit to reach destination April 16th.
On the return journey, stop-over 'will be allowed at aniy
1AJE LLSW . in the State of Florida, south of Jacksonville, withinfinal i
SihAVING SA LOON tickeTake advantage of this opportunity to viit "Th Que
the Antilles" at reasonable cost, which will afford: an exee
Whtich is litted nup with au chance to investigate the business -situation of our sister repibh
eye to the comfort or bi The party will be limited, so make your reservations prorp
enstomers. For reservations, pamphlets or any other information, call on yo
HAIR CTTIY~nearest ticket agent, or write
IN ALL STYLJES,
SH AVING A2s H. M. EMMERSON, W. J. CRAIG --
S MP O GTraffiC Manager, Gen1 Pass.A '
none th .. d ilmington, N. C.
dispateb.. .. ....
A cordial invitation -..
is extended. . 1
J. L. WELI.S. ----
Manning Times Block.
NorthweStern R. R. of S. C. BRING YOUR -
In efreet Sunday, June 5, 1964. iE'nLNo0,_
Bietweeni Sumter and Camden.
Mixed-Daily except Sunday. \___-_
South bon nd. North boni
No. 69l. No. 71. No 70. No. 68. -
P M A M A M PIAM
6 25- 9) 30 Le.. Sunzter . .Ar 9 00 5 45
6 27 . 9 38 N. W. Jnnetu 8 58 5 43 -
18::00: a s[ TO THE TINES OFFICE.
7 30 10 31 .. Eller bee .. 7 30 4 38
7 50 1100) Sno RyJunetn 7 10 42 -. ______
8 00 11130 A r. .Camden. ..Le 7 00 4 15
(80& GEx Depot) ~ Q 'nI1 H. LESESNE, -
Be-tween Wilson's Mill and Sumter. ~ IS*UACTUam F or AORNEY ST LA.
Souztialonna. . Northbound. MANNING,____________S.____C.__
No. 73. Daily except Sin day No. 72. _____________________
P? M 8tations. P M,
:3 00 Le... z...tr..Ar 1230 I' l 1 A. WElNBERG,
3 )3 . .$nomertori Juncton. 12 27 ec 4
...e.1;i.:iie..... 0 --LAwYiR.,
3.........Siver.........I MANIN, .
..........Millard ..........Pro.....MtANIaefu attentio
4 4> ...Snnaxnerton .... 10 15 t ~omll busn aefuss'ninie
5 25...... ...Davis...........9 15 C t l uies
545........Jordan........ 900 ~ - ~__~
63C Ar..Wilson's Mills..L 8 40 M.J.MLDO
Betweena Millard and St. Pant oos Ss ATTORNEY AT LAw,
Dai! '~,'~lt Notlionut' /MANNING, -. C.
No 73. No. 75. No. 72. No. 74.~- -___
P M A M Stations A M P MC:DV ,
4 3103 A t Pau Le 10tera5, 4W2C0A VIRNYS, ~
P M A M A M P' M CHARLESTON, S. C.ATREYA A
THos. WILSON, President. -IMANNING, S. C.
'Sash Weights and Cords.
M oney to Loan. Wno n ac ls pcat. L5i
Wido ad any las Ssca W.ILSON &DURANT,
~EBALSAeMs. KAlorneys and Counselors at Law,
APPLY TO growt. MANNING, S. C.
Wilson, D)uRant & Muldrow cF.e e.esHAMrE,-les
Wanted to Sell. Surveyor's Card. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
One unded onsPrie CotonSee I ampMANNING, S. C.
Oe atund5 re ton, Prim otto Seed I and prepared to do land survey- -______________
eaat235petofo.bS.Pa.inanm ake plats in Clarendon and
Clarendon, S. C. adjoining counties. Work accurate, Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tat
WETLLS & EDENS, H. T. CANTEY. cures all Coughs. and expels colds from
nf Sumter. S. C. Summuerton, S. C., Feb. 6, lIM05. the system by etlllyIovn the bowels.