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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"I
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 IIARDWARE C0., g
SUMMERTON, S. C.
J. C. LANHAM C- -l. 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 store.
For medicines, go to a medicine store.
For HARDWARE and its kindred articles,
go to a HARDWARE STORE.
I Paints, Agricultural Implements, Pumps, Pipe,
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
Sho~est treatmlent of our customers.
1 We have recently associated with us Mr. J. M. Plowden form
erly with the Dillon Hardware Company. who, thoroughly under
sta-nds the hardware business and will take pleasure in giving. the
public the benefit of his experience.
With all its attractiveness is upon us and with its ad
vent the problem of restocking the farm with tools and imple
~ FARMERSWe have never been in better shape to supply
vonAndMES son during our eight years of business life among
C vo, an wecan confidently say that we have the best assort
inent of goods ever brought to Mannmng.
- TheK. P. Distributors. This
C UANO DISTRIBUTORS. splendidditbuowesd
m here for the first time last season, and owing to its strong con
Sstruction and aceurate work became a favorite at once. All the -
Sagricultural papers unite in praising its fine qualities.
S The Cole Distributor is better adapted to distributing around -
Sshe growing crop; for this purpose it is without a rival. It can
be The Spangler Distributor is a new distributor on our market;
we have many testimonials of its efficiency. Do not fail to see it,
as it possesses features that no other distributor has.
S We have in Cotton Planters as follows, all of which are too
Swell known to require a description: DOW LAWV and FARQU
PLANTERS.Our Corn Planter has attracted quite a -
COR P.ATES.lot of attention. We seilthe-"STAR.
SIt is without a doubt a splendid success as a planter. -
We are agents for some new Plows that are great labor-saving
C implements, among which are the SY RACUSE Steel Beam two
Shorse Plows. We have them in three sizes in stock. We are also
Sagents for the "Watt" one and two horse Plows.
C We~also have a nice lot of Harrows and Cultivators and the -
e elebrated RUBIN JONES FENDERS.
S We have everything usually -kept in better class hard ware
Sstores and are always pleased to serve you.
MANNING HARDWARE COMPANY. ~
Go to W. P. HIAWKINS & CO. for the best. They
have just got in a lot 01 fine ones. Prices right and terms
You can depend on what you buy of W. P. HAWKINS
& 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 and Harness.
Orsalesroom~s have been refilled with the view of en
tiinig patronage and this 'can only be secured by having
what the- people want, anld their money~'s worth when they
It will not cost you a cent to look through our stables
Our prices will suit. and ev-ery thing you buy from us
!os wvith oir g uaranltee.
W P. H AWKINS & CO.
Rheumatic Pains Quickly Relieved.
The excruciating pains characteristic
of rheumatism and sciatica are quickly
relieved by applying Chamberlain's:
Pain Balm. The great pain reievmg
power of the liniment has been the
surprise and delight of thousands of
'sufferers. The quick relief from lpain
which it affords -is alone worth many
times its cost. For sale by The I. B.
Loryea, Drug Store, Isaae 31. Loryea.
THREE GREAT AMERICANS.
A (slimpne of Emerson. Thoreau and
Mrs. Rebeeca Harding Davis says in
her --Bits of Gossip" that Emerson as
she met him in Concord in 1862. was a
typical Yankee in appearance: -The
tall, gaunt man with the watchful, pa
tient face and slightly dazed eyes, his
hands clasped behind his back, that
came slowly down the shady village
street toward the Wayside that sum
mer day was Uncle Sam himself in ill
fitting brown clothes. I have often
wondered that none of his biographers
have noticed the likeness."
Emerson said to Mrs. Davis: "I wish
Thoreau had not died before you came.
He was an interesting study." She
asked why, and after a moment he re
plied: "Zenry often reminded me -of
an animal in human form. He had the
eye of a bird. the scent of a dog, the
most acute, delicate intelligence, but
no soul. No," he repeated. shaking
his head with decision, "-Henry could
not have had a human soul."
Mrs. Davis remarks on Hawthorne's
shyness and on his love of seclusion,
which Indeed was a family trait: "Per
sonally he was a rather short, power
fully built man, gentle and low voiced,
with a sly, elusive humor gleaming
sometimes in his watchful gray eyes.
The portrait with which we are all fa
miliar, a curled barber shop head,
gives no Idea of the singular, melan
choly charm of his face. There was a
mysterious power in it which I have
never seen elsewhere In picture, statue
or human being."
He Kept up in the Race.
James S. Barron, President Manches
ter Cotton Mills, Rock Hill, S. C.,
In 1883 I painted my residence with
L. & M. It looks better than a great
many houses painted three years ago.
Don't pay $1.50 a gallon for linseed
oil which you do in ready-to-use paint.
Buy oil fresh from the barrel at 60
cents per gallon, add mix it with Long
man & Martinez L. & M. Paint.
It makes paint cost about $1.20 per
*Wears and covers like gold.
.Every church given a liberal quan
tity when bought from The R. B. Lor
vea Drug Store.
The Most Interesting Is Chateau de
Ramezny at Montreal.
To Americans castles are associated
with the storied Rhine, picturesque
England or France and Spain, but it Is
Interesting to be reminded by the St.
John (P. E. I.) News that there are a
number of ancient Canadian castles
still existing, the chief ones being St.
Ours, Rimouski, St. Eustache, Lotbini
ere, Montibello, Ste. Marie de la Be
ance, Vaudreil, Rouville and, most in
teresting of all, the Chateau de Rame
zay at Montreal. The latter was built
in 1765 by Gertrude de Ramezay, at
that time governor of the district of
Montreal and knight of the Royal and
Military Order of St Louis. Prom him
was descended the last French govern
or of Quebec at the time of the capitu
lation in 1759. From that time to 1840
the castle remained in the possession
of the government and was the resi
dence of the French and English gov
ernors until the capita-l was trans
ferred from Montreal to Quebec. It is
now owned by the Antiquarian socie
ty, which has made of it a museum
for historical relics of the old regime,
and as such it possesses much' interest
for visitors to the one time capital of
A Night Attack.
Last night the little daughter of Mrs.
Brown, as she sweetly and peacefully
slept in her little bed near the window,
was attacked by a deashdealing demon
known as Croup Whooping Cough, and
but for the timely use of Kennedy's
Laxative Honey and Tar, which she
always keeps handy, the life of the lit
te one might not have been saved.
Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar is
diferent from all of the old time cough
syrups and is best for children because
it acts on the bowels, is harmless. safe
and certain. Contains no opiates. Sold
by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Verdi Paid the Bill.
When "Aida"' was first played at
Milan an amateur living at some dis
tance came to hear it, but wvas disap
pointed. To make sure he tried it the
second time, with the same result,
whereupon he wrote to - the composer
complaining of having been put to con
siderable expense on his account for
nothing and inclosing a bill for thirty
two lir, with a request for the money.
Among the items was one of two liri
for a "detestable supper." Verdi de
ducted this on the ground that he
might have had supper at home, but
forwarded the balance on condition
that his correspondent signed a formal
agreement not to go and hear the
opera again, which agreement was
CA-STR I A
For Infants and Children.
.The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bad Company For Him.
"What have you to say for your
self?" demanded the bailie of the drunk
and disorderly. "Am verra sorra, sir,"
returned the charge, "but a cam' up
fae Glesca in bad company." "What
sort of company?" "A lot o' teetotal
ers." "Wha-at!" roared the bailie.
"You mean to say, sir, that teetotalers
are bad company?" "Well,' rejoined
the prisoner, "ye ken how 'twas. A
had a hale mutchin o' whusky wi' me,
an' a had to drink it all to myself."
Headache and l'euralgia Can be Cured.
These distressing troubles are per
manently cured .by Lee's Headache
and Neuralgia Remedy. Even tempo
rary relief is grateful, but pormanent
relief is almost too good. But the
Mullins, S. C.
Being subject to sick-headaches all
my life, and trying many medicines, I
never got relief until I fortunately used
Lee's Headache Remedy. I found per -
manent relief after 15 months.
0. E. Bradford.
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL.
LESSON IV, SECOND QUARTER, INTER
NATIONAL SERIES, APRIL 23.
Text of the Lesson, John xii, 12-26.
Memory Verses, 12, 13-Golden Text,
Matt. xxi, 9-Commentari Prepared
by Rev. D. 31. Stearns.
[Copyright, 1905, by American Press Association.]
Multitudes going forth to meet Him
with songs of praise and palms of vic
tory, according to Ps. exvii, 25, 26,
make the heart rejoice, because this
is as it should be and will be in due
time. Although they rejected Him and
crucified Him, they will as a nation see
Him again, and then will they truly
say: "Blessed is He that cometh in
the name of the Lord." "Lo, this is our
God. We have waited for Him,-and
He will save us. * * * We will be glad
and rejoice in His salvation" (Matt.
xxiii, 39; Isa. xxv, 9). There is a glori
ous going forth to meet Him mentioned
in I Thess. iv, 10-18, in which we shall
all take part who are members of His
body, redeemed by His precious blood.
The palm branches take us back to Ex.
xv, 27; Lev. xxiii, 40,.the cherubim and
palm branches of Solomon's and Eze
kiel's temples, and on to Rev. vil, 9.
Whed the Son of God shall be King of
Israel, then shall we understand all
The finding of the ass' colt is fully
recorded by Matthew, Mark and Luke
and is. most suggestive of many helpful
truths. The colt was found tied where
two ways met, and the two disciples
who were sent for him loosed him and
brought him to Jesus. It is not flatter
Ing to the natural man to compare him
to an ass' colt, yet listen to tkis: "Vain
man would be wise though man be
born a wild ass' colt" (Job xi, 12).
Again it is written that the firstborn
of asses and men were to be redeemed,
and- if the former was not redeemed its
neck had to be broken (Ex. xiii, 13).
Judge from this the standing of an un
saved person, and yet for such Chidst
Our Lord rode on that ass' colt into
Jerusalem to falfill that which was
written of Him hundreds of years be
fore (Zech. i, 9), and each of the four
gospels contains the record of the ful
fillment. It is written in the same
prophecy that the Lord shall come with
all His saints to the Mount of Olives
on the east side of Jerusalem, shall
choose Jerusalem again and be King
over all the earth (Zech. xiv, 3-Q; 11,
10-13), -and as truly as the one proph
ecy was literally fulfilled the other will
be. Blessed are all who believe (Luke
According to verses 17-19 of our les
son, it was-the raising of Lazarus that
drew the multitude out to meet Him,
and, as we have the. option of a resur
rection lesson today Instead of this one,
this would be a good place to empha
size that it is the risen, living Christ
whom we follow and that we seek to
know the power of His resurrection,
that His life may be manifest in us.
The desire of these Greeks, who were
probably either Grecian Jews or pros
elytes to the Jewish faith (Acts vi, 1;
l, 10),.to see Jesus was a foreshadow
Ing of-the time -when, as the Pharisees
said in verse 19, all the - rld will go
after BHim and all nations be gathered
to the name of the Lord to Jerusalem^
(Jer. III, 17). Compare Matt. ii, 1, 2;
VII, 11, 12.
The desire of these Greeks should be
the utterance of every congregation .to
every preacher, "Sir, we would see Je
sus," for the Bible is given to us that
we may know God, and God can only
be known and seen in Christ Jesus,
"Neither knoweth any man the Father
save the Son, and he to whomsoever
the Son will reveal Him" (Matt. xi, 27).
He Is the Living .Word, and the writ
ten word centers about and consum
mates in Hm.. He could truly say,
"Lo, I come; In the volume of the book
It is written of Me" (Ps. xl, 7; Heb. x,
7), and on one of the resurrection days
"He expounded unto them In all the
Scriptures the things concerning Him
self," saying, "All things must be ful
filled which were written In the law' of
Moses and in the prophets and In the
Psalms concerning Me" (Luke xxiv, 27,
4). He Is the Creator of all things,
the only Redeemer, the only Judge of
all mankind. There is no life apart
from Him (I John..v, 12).
The association of Philip and Andrew
In chapters i-and vI~and..in this..lesson
Is a most interesting and profitable
study. That they-should tell Jesus is
suggestive of what -we should all do
and always do. See M~att xiv, 12;
Mark vi, 30; Phil. 17, 6, 7. As our
Lord hears of the Greeks desiring to
see Him, and recalls that He was not
sent but unto the lost sheep of the
house of Israel (Matt xv, 24), and
thinks of the other sheep not of this
fold (John x, 16), and the time when
all kings shall fall down before Him
and all nations serve Him (Ps. lxxii,
1), for He ever grasped the whole and
looked on to the kingdom and the
glory, He considers the only way to
this glorious consummation and speaks
of His death and resurrection, for He
knew all thlat should come upon Him
and had oftenutold them (Luke xviii,
31, 34), but they understood not, for
they would not take what He said lit
erally, and there was no other way to
take It. There is no crown but by the
way of the cross, no glory except by
suffering. Any other way is of the
devil. See !Matt it, S-10; xvi, 21-23.
The shadows of Gethsemane and Cal
vary are already upon Him, yet while
the flesh would shrink the Spirit cries.
"Father, glorify Thy name" (verses 27,
28). If we would serve Him we must
follow Him fully, renouncing self and
all selfish ways, a continual dying, that
His life may be made manifest in us
(II Cor. 1v, 10, .11). Compare Luke lx,
24; xiv, 20, 33; xvii, 33. Self assertion
and pleasng and exa~ltation are of the
evil one; self denial Is Christlike.
Letter to 0. W. Mcitoy.
Dear Sir: You want a cheap job of
paint for a cheap bouse, don't you?.
It's Devoe. It's the regular thing
in Devoe; there's nothing, in all paint,
so cheap as Devoe.
, yes, you can point with mud: but
that isn't paint; you want it to look
.bout right for a month or two.
Pain't Devoe: can't do it for' less:
there's nothing so cheap: say nothing
f wear, there's nothing so cheap as
it goes so far; save gallons: no matter
ibout the price, sav-e gallons. A gallon
f paint, put on, costs $4. or* *5.: save
Devoe is your paint: save gallons:
)e-oe is vour uaint.
A. man is not going to get a crown of
righteousness just 'because he gives
some poor fellow his old straw hat
along rshout November.-Chicago Trib
Keep your bowels regular by the use
f Chaberlain's Stomach and Liver
'ablets. There is nothing better. For
ale by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store,1
soac \T. TLoven Prnn_
can be raised profitably only in soil
containing plenty of Potash. Allant
vegetables require a fertilizer con
taining at least io per cent.tlPERFECT FIT
Without Potash no fertilizer is com
plete, and failure will follow its use.
Evrrvfarmershbould hare ourvaluable books TNE TOO OS.
on rtion-they are not advertising SEND TO US
mattor booming any -special fertilizer. but
books of authoritative information that meanfs W~e have the best equipp~ed Tailor-I
Psg~olto to the frmers. Sentfrceforthe jg Establishment in the State.
GERMAN KALI WORKS We handle
New York-93 Nassau Street. or
-Atlanta. Ga.-22% South Broad Street.
Undertaking.4 solely ard we the best line of
Ask your most lpromineut men who
we are, and they wvill commend you
Cor. King & Wentworth Sts.,
A comipletc stock of Caskcet. Comfns and Fu
neral Supplies always on band. Mv hearse will CHARLESTON, S. C.
be sent to any part of the county. aid calls will_
be; responded to by -Mr. A. J. *White. funeral
director and undertaker. nigbt or day.
W. E. JENKIN SON CO. W
WE ARE PLEASED
to write your insurance,
PERHOFC FIfE uN
Yo ilbe. pleased to receive it.
CURES The Best Is What You Want
See me about your idsuraino
DISEASES eiher Life, Fire, Accident, Health, I
s R urey a y or Plate Glass
UqINARY J.-L. WILSON.
Buggies, Wagons, gtoad
Carts and. Carriages
isk ourmostproinenpme wh
1E-;4QM TROUBLES R1EPAIR1ED!
With Neatness and Despatch
CA OFOR SALE- S fILL
W. . ENINFLSONRE CO . A Plas d
I repair Stoves, Pumps and run water
Opn Ypipes, oi I will put down a new Pump
cheap. . I
If ou need any soldering done, give
An -Accouent ithe L A Helh
BM orse is lame. Why? Because I
.did not have it sod by IL A. White,
You can then pay your the man that puts on such neatshe
and- makes horses travel-vvi th so mc
fisto ec mnh n pitigl uggies, Crags, Road
whLhAretudeBa Carts and oscarig
Witomeas and se De ypes ill
dolr SyLE pay out. ShpoAcre beoT-- .Dens
wit achek.R. A. WHITES
opntes.f orreId-..ill ALL STYLES a ePm
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for .. age, ierg Gra e iak .Tem LokNe.
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The $1.00 bottle contais 2% timesthe tral size. wbch seflfor 50 cents
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0 E. C. DeWITT &e COMPANY. CHICAGO. IL
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Patients Depend on it,
FOR SALE BY
IF YOU WISWTO BOROW
Loans Made onlong or slort time,
Ol on improved real estate, I am
Improved in a position to serve you. - IM
Current rates of interest . a
Real Estate. and reasonable charges.
Call on or write to
Attorney at Law, annin , -
For sale at all times,. at prices to suit the farmer and of breedin
ifications to suit the fancier,
SHORTHORN AND JERSETCUAT
AND BERKSHIRE HOGS
of either sex and all ages. CoL respondence solicited. Come and see
hether you intend to-buy or not. K
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D. W. ALDERMAN, Prop. SAM'L BRs
SINE- _QUGHFA E1
A passenger service unexcelled for luxury
and comfort,equippedwiththelatest Puldma
Dining, Sleeping and Thoroughfare Cars.
For rates, schedule, maps or. any informa a
-tion, write to
WP4. J. CRA!6,
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CH ARLESTON, S. C. Silver. S. C., R. F. D.
ahWeights and Cords. FrI--a~ Po Wr
Piinow ~d Fnci-lassa Seciatj.Eggs 75c per dozen; 25 for $I.25
White' Leghorns and Silver: Wya
N F 0dotrtes crossed, the best layer-a tab
Lt me tell you how to preventeh
-:o:- 1Mannin, S.-C.
The undersigned having formed a
opartnership under the name of JH. LESESNE,
L. L. ELLS CO., ATTORNEY AT LA~W
MANNING, S. C.
esire to extend a cordial welcome toWiBR,
eir store in the Levi block, where1 A.WlNEG
ey will always nave on hand a full Oi.
nd complete stock of - LAWYER,
5ANCY rn ANNG .C
and IU an crfuiatnton
FRUITS, CONFECTIONS, ns
CRACKERS W .J UDO, ,
nd everything pertaining to a first ATRE TLW
We will continue keeping a full
tock of SDHOOL BOOKS and STA- ANNG .C
om. Cme o se u.to DAVbuins
J. EBER DAIS. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
LANDFOR ALE.MANNING, S. C.
'oER awllndg-hose andk othei
oe.me fo se: 5 e s cC.rd ~ DIS ,
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