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During the past ten months or since we have suc
ceeded S. 1. Till we have sold thousands and thousands
of dollars worth of beautiful and stylish merchandise,
have sold enough goods and have a class of customers
that would be a credit to a bigger and more pretentious
concern. For this we are proud and thankful to you: we
are prouder still for the reputation we have made with
the people of Manning and Clarendon. We have always
'given you what you want and you always get just what
you think you get. Sometimes you may find something
that you think is cheaper or it seems to be cheaper to you,
but you will not find a lower price than ours on the same
que have lots and lots of bright, new, stylish summer
goods left and we want to make June our record-breaking
mn1 or most of our summer goods must be sold and we
will not carry them over. In order to get them out we
have put them all down at a ridiculously low price. Just
a visit to our store will convince you of what we are
doing. Not just ONE, TWO or THREE items, but every
We have just got in a full line of Summer Sample
Bat:'. Come in and see them at half price, if nothing
It makes no difference what others offer you goods at
you certainly will not show good business judgment if you
buy before you come and sce ours and get our prices on
the same goods. OUR PRICES ARE LOWER.
This must be our record=breaking month.
J. W. MCLEOD.
. IsTill THIr.
YOUR FRUIT JARS.
-We now have a complete line of them. In connection wxith
the MASON JAR we have added the ROYAL JAR, which has a
patent top, which will allow you to use the preserv-es from timen to
time without spoiling. with but little more cost.
BOYSe are headquarters for
Gloves and Masks.
We are nowx selling out our line of HAM.\OCKS and ICE~
CR~EAM FREEZERS AT COST.
Yours for busmness.
WeaeNoin Ou Ne Qales
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 o u both in qual
iy and price.
The Manning Grocery Co.
Yon c'an theni pay your
bills with chek.s whici
we rsl(Ietiurn t yo:th
(istofech m1onth um
which ar0 thUs made(IO L
receipt ill fUl 1 v01'
( Yoll yu pa. out.
.ou can aiways make lange
with a check.
Bank of Suniimerton,
Suinmerton, S. C.
N\ewv iLivery, F('(' d (
Sale Stal .
SUMMERTON. S. C.
I will always have on haud good
teams and vehicles to hire, and espe
cial attention will be given to the
conveying of drummers to different.
Bring your horses to my stables to
W. S. Rhame.
A New Firm.
IThe undersigned having formed a
copartnership under the name of
L. L. WELLS & C0.,
desire to extend a cordial welcome to
their store in the Levi block, where
they will always have on hand a full
and complete stock of
IL Oro eries
and everything pertaitiniig to a first
We will continue keeping a full
stock of SCHOOL BOOKS and STA
TIONERY and rehoice books for the
home. Come to see us.
L. L.. WELLS,
J. ELBERT DA VIS.
Kodol Dyspepsia Oure
Digests what you eat.
-.~2:i untain Tea Nuggets~
. -2.- 51aide & E 7 Peopia.
- - : I - a th ad itenewed Vigor.
-2:e :nC-n:4 :nI.,.Idigation. Live
-3 :-. T... . .my-. Eezemna. Impure
- 1. tt n . . sh-.h Bowe.ls, Headache
2.. ::wI-c'.th .et !untain Tea in tah
;.. ,r::. :: a . .,'. Gi-nuine mde by
G OLi)EN flGET" rOi SALLOW PEOPLE
i!iFielity Mutual t
is .(OF PHILAD:
or' proprietary inter'est to abs.orb
S The p)Iorn of prennumillf that
23 inl noiis which limitation etu-i:
funmids and lbera! dividends to p0i
3 Th'le fultilhneuet of policy' cont
24potce by heundivided surl
$and a POLA( F EXPEN
i lRatio of Assets to Liabilities...
Let me sho0w yout our IonrI
!! Columbia, S. C., a
Old Point, Va.,
Virginia Beach, Va.
- Ocean View, Va.,
I Carolina Beach, N.
Myrtle Beach, S. C.
Through Pullman Sleeping (
folk, arriving Norfolk ~ A. M. A
Tickets limitedl to return on:
For reserv-ati onms or anyv inJoi
11. D. CLARUK,
\ h is fittd nil wi t ball
ev othe com11fort of his
SN A1,STY12, E6
S H A PI N(iA N1
..1,. W E, 1.
i :in reel'senting' t he ]:Liest'
31arle and Granite, qularry; InI
I e wold:'I. awl en n furtnish
any Tombstone or Moiutment
diirect from the aintriy. Over
50 di to e . Spe
i11i furnish(ed\ for hu&-gIe
Alonumes. [ aso fur ishan
kimi-z of I r-ou -ees On et
andi Woo.1- anes
S. L. KRASNOFF,
MANNING, S C
Notice to Creditor-S.
All pers"ons ht:tvizX claitois :.gainist
tie estate of Franlk N. Wilson, tIe
Cense] will presenit. thtm: dul11Y at
tested, an1d tIoSe owint.g sahl 1si te
will muake payietit to
C. i'. W I LL1AMS.
.\dmin ist rator.
C'olutubi, S. C".
1 24 Suinter street.
I aiu prepared to do land survey
int andun ake phtts in Clarendonl and
adjoinitig count es. Vork accurate,
11. T. CANTEY.
SuImerton). S. C., Feb. G, 1905.
_ ilta COUC H
A CURE THE LUNCS
- r. King's
OUGHS arid soc & $1.00
GLDS Free Trial.
Surest and Quickest Cure for all.
THROAT and LUNG TROUB
LES, or XONEY BACZ.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
ManninH . S. C JN . 1905 i
I respiecfl e:ai your aOI.ttentlin to annexed Li
s ttute. Y'otu wil please nie ti' inat ter earlyi
. N. WINDHAM.
Judge rof Probate.
Sect ion 2.9 *nd ..M... Ii ised Statutes 1902:
Cmm'iitte. 'hali anniuual winiet auny tte~ re
minsi iai thei car r cu.to'dy at ainy tnne be
fore the hisi t dy LIf Jui eac yer render to the
Jdae of Prte.t of th tico~unit yt rom w hom thtey
obtain ttersiC' 1 Te.n.Intary ori ' Ltters of Ad
minIistrt tors or L' tter o f Guiar dians.hip. e'ti.
jus-t anId trite acn,ii.Jt u~pon OaIth. of the re(citsi
and expeituretsa- of such sttei the. preceding.~
Clndar year.V whie. w' henI exained'ii aini ap
"uch es.tat. in the' otdeof aid J ud::e ot Pro
bate. therte to be0 ke(pt for' the 'inpectionl of such
tr former pienalti's).
Kodol Dyspepsia Oure
Digests what you eat.
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ie Insurance 00,
ingr .\merie .tnt(i i l 'oruu. Nod =.10i5
iiint ' li lenf s
n fclaingaral mS.tlity E
id anin , S .E
r.'at on traini C'. :t direc.t to, Nor
iy train until Aug~ust :llst 1905.
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL.
LESSON VI. THiAD QUARTER. INTER
NATIONAL SERIES, AUG. 6.
Text 4i t 1.esson. 11 (lIron. %xxiv,
-repared y ie 1). M. Stensin
[e~~p t:.10u .Y yr.mek:.m Pres A-4M'iAd'!'l
iI Ihe votilet of tihe I.es 1 ..de
lI .*t riptures betweten 4od lnd the
I h-Vil for il :11nd 11an1's 4dwv lling"
plhwe we see those who stanl 'with l
and11 for. whom l w Norks :1nd thloseL
who.i stand with the devil against God.
And so it shall .no onl iiti! tihe great:t
contli('t of which we- rend ill IRv. xx.
.19-21. when the ene:oy shl:l ie over
1hirowI and the lboter shut up ill the
hot toinless. pit for a thousand:1 years
ail the eatrth shall enjoy a reign of
rilghteouslness and peace.
.IJosiah was one of the few who did
right in the sight of the Lord and real
ized a fulfillment of II Chron. xvi. .
IIe was one of seven in the Scriptures
W were n:ied before their birth by
Hjim, who kioweth Ill things :111 de
I lareth the (nd f1om the beginning.
Nearly "U years before his birth lie
was named by God as oile who on cer
tain altars would burn niens bone.,
iand he did. Compare I Kings xiii. 2.
:id I Kings xxiii, 1'. I1ezekiah ex
celled all others in the i(:atter of "trust
in" in the Lord." but .Tosiah excelled in
Iurng to the Lord" (11 KIngs xviii.
xxiii, 2-.. To do right in the sight of
I the Lord without turning to the right
lhand or to the left mad to iloase Ilin
I it all tings is an attainelit it) whiell
ly one p1erfetly r 10ecd, but by Ills
Iraceill believers iilt ce1iw4 much
I nearer to it if they de-sired it Is much
:s Elisha desired tlhait which he sought
tlirough Elijah the day that they were
parIItedl by* a wilid
.!siho egan by gtlting himself right
with Godl. for in his sixteenth year he
I souLghtt the God of David, his father,
evidently with the whole heartedness of
Jer. xxix. 1. Paul's advice to Timothy
was to first take heed to himself (1
Tim. iv, 16). and our Lord taught us
that if we would get the motes out of
other people's eyes we must first get
the beam out of our own eve (Maitr. vii.
.'. The first thing for .achi individu:'!
is a right relationship to (d. and this
can be obtained only by receivilig His
Son, the Lord Jesus Christ, and in Him
I the forgiveness of All our sins and a
righteousness which makes us accepted
in Ili and 1gives us the standing of
children and heirs of God and joint
heirs with .esus Christ (John 1. 12;
Eph. i. G. 7: Rtom. viii, 16. 171. This be
ing established and we assured of it by
the Spirit through the word, we are
then as amt-bassadors of Christ author
iyed to move forward on behalf of the
interests of His kingdom.
When Josiah was twenty, or in the
twelfth year of his reIgn, he, being
himself purified. began to purge Judah
and Jerusalem from her idols and idol
atry, doubtless remembering and obey
Ing, the Iord's words at the founding
)f the nation, "I am the Lord thy God;
* * * thou shalt have no other gods be
fore Me." When an individual or a na
tion has heard and seen Jehovah idols
are no longer tolerated (Hos. xiv, S).
In IT Kings xxiii. 1-14. there is :t more
full account of the cicansing o)f the
land, and there we le' a that it was
preceded by JTosiahs reading to the eld
ers and to the people all the words of
the boo0k of the covenant which was
found in the house of the Lord. It is
the word of God that sanetinies and
clenscs (John xvii, 17: Eph. v, 26; Ps.
The burning of the bones of men up
on1 the altars (verse 5) is more fully de
scribed in I[ Kings xxiii, 15-18, and
when compared with the prophecy ut
tered nearly 300 yeiars before, referred
to earlier in this lesson, we cannot but
be reminded of such words as Isa. xiv,
24; xlvi, 10: Ps. xxxiii. 10, 11. To know
the purpose of God, "-ihe eternial pur
pose wvhich Ie purposed in Christ
.esus our Lord" (Eph. ili, 11), and to
live in that purpose is the greatest of
all honors conferred upon miortals, and
it is openi to all.
Tihe last part of our lesson tells of
Josiah's efforts to repair the temple
and to undo the harni which had been
done by other kings of Judah (verse
11), for- though Manasseh endeavored to
undo some of his great w.rongdoing his
son Amnon walked in his nerst ways and
trsassed more and m-vre (chapter
xxxiii). The tabernacle first, then the
temple, was the center of Israel as
a nation, for there God dwelt in their
miist (E-x. xxv S), anid the neglect of
Gods dwelling place nmeant the neglect
of God Ilims~elf. IRead the fiat chapter
of Ilnggni :und see what God thought
of their negieet of IHis house after their
returni from~ Bablylonl and how IIe dealt
with them becaluse- of it. When our
Lord was on ea4rth1 the temple building
ws in good <:onidition, but the worship
thrin ~~4 i wasi hypioerlsy, and they had
intr.4lu'ed busin1ess into its c:ourtsL, 50
iat a :t the- .egining amnd end of Illis
iiistry 1V elea.ned the temple. The
ma~jority cf people either wvholly neg
let God or* render Him a formal wor
ship. wvhleh -is worse than none at all.
fo- IIe seek~'th those to 'Jorshtip Ilmn
who will worship Uint in spirit and in
truth. PBelievers are the temples of the
Ioly Spirit, mansions in which Father.
Son and Spirit dwell (Jlohn xiv, 17, 2.3:
I Cor:. vi. 19, 20), and if we would know
the power of God in and through us we
mst lie wliin to be undefiled by the
wrd (Ps. exix. 1..
In ver'se 12 of our lesson we note that
the mecn did the work faithfully. re
~iing tus of our Lord's wvords, "Who.
then, is a faithful and wvise serv'ant?"
(Matt. xxiv. -5) and I Cor. iv, 2, "It is
'euiredl ini stewards that a man be
found falilifu!." It also calls to mind
the wa~rnin~g in JTer. xlviii. 1(). "Cursed
be he that doeth the work of the Lord
deceitfully or negligently." The eyes
of the Lord are ever looking for the
C.A.STc O .IA.
Bears the , The Kinld Yaul Have Always BOl~iM
Cause aind Effect.
Mrs. Dobson-Bridget told me she
sav Mr. and Mrs. Ilobson going to
church this morning. I wonder what's
the matter? Mr. Dobson-Why, either
Mr. Hobson has had another attack of
heart trouble or Mrs. Hobson has ti
A few counter-feiters have lately been
making and trying to sell imitations of
of D. King's Newv Discoveryv for Con
sumapt ion. Coughs, an d Colds. and othier
medicines, thereby defrauding the
public. This is to warm you to be
ware of such people, who seek to prolit,
throghi stealing 'the reputation of
remedies which ha-:e been successftully
curing disease, for over- :~> years. A
sure protection. to you. is (or name og
the wrapper. Look for it. on all Dr.
King's or- Bucklens remedies. as all
others are mcere imitations. H. E
B~ucklen & Co., Chicago. Ill., and
W \indsor, Canada, The IB. 13, Lor-yea
Cures Biliousneso, Sick
Headache, Sour Stom
ach, Torpid Liver and
Chronic ContA tion.
Pleasant to take .
The R. I. Lo
THEN COME OR SEND TO US.
We have the best equipped Ttilor
ing Estal)lishment in the State.
High Art Clothing
solly ai we carry the best line of I
H-*ts and (4ent's Furnishinigs in the
Ask your' most prom inent men who
Iwe are, and they wil conzmmiuew vou
I. DAVID& BRO,
Cor. King & Wentworth Sts.,
CHARLESTON, - S. C.
Buaggies, Wagons, Road
Carts and Carriages
1 >PAIR D 1)
With Neatness and Despatch
R. A. WVUHITE'S
I repair Stoves, Pumps and run v.ter
pipes. or I will put down a new Pump
If you need any soldering done, give
mc a valI.
%l v horse is lame. Why? Because 1
did not have it shod by 1. A. White,
the man thatL puts on such neat shoes
and makes horses travel with so much
We Make Them Look New.
ve are making a specialty of re
painting old Buggies, Carriages, Road
Catst and Wagons cheap.
Come and see me. My prices willa
please von, and I guarantee all of my
Shop on corner b~elo; I1. M. Dean's.
R. A. WITE,
MANNING. S. C.
The Ballk oI Ma111111g,
MANNING, S. C.
Capital Stock, - $40,000
Surplus, - - 30,000
iuility, - - A40,000
Total Pro tec tioni
to Depositors, S110,000
is sarer t han a safie. Thiis Bank is en
tirely safe and absolutely reliable. WVe
give .seeial attention to each cuIstomer~.
YOU WILL SAVE
Iboth time and money in y'our business
by hankiug with us. Lady patrons re
cive every attention and courtesy.
N o'thwester"i R."R."ofS-C.
la em-et Su nlob.y, anne 5. I tM
lIetwet a Su :t-- a;nni ''anien.
No ..Nf: 71 No 70). No. U8.
S5 3GLe.. Smuter .. Ar 9(00 5451
G 27 9 1 N. \'.. -!u ntn 8 58 5 43
6 47 9 50 . . .I)Ilze~l. . . 8 2r> 5 13
7 U5 10 10? . . .1orden. .. 8 00) 4 58
7 23 in' 21 .. R-nt1berts . 7 40 4 43
7 :!n10 i :11 . Eflerbee . . 7 Z0 4 28
7 ..)i, i 11 t 00 N liy Jane:tn 7 10) 4 25
b :n 1 10 ... (:ainidiln..1.e 7 00 4 15
letwee~n Wilson's .I nd Suru nmter.
Soul)tl Ound . Northbond.
P .\! Stations. P' 3
3 01 i......~ I...........r12 30
3 .:I . .Sanjnerton JanetIni. . 12 ')7
3...... .......ilv.-r... 100
4 4 ...San;nna1 b ... 10 15
i.:wee 21illaird and St. PaL.I
Sothbt~Ionn dl. Northbonud.
No 73. No. 75. No. 72. No. 74.
P 21 A .\ Stations A 1 IP 31
4 05 It) 20 Le Mlillard Are 10 45 5 30
.4 1-> 10 30 A r St. Paul Le 10 35 4 2o
1' 11 AM3 AM PM
TulOS. WII sON, Presiden t.
THE SUMMERTON HOTEL
Elaving made special preparations, I
am now better prepared to entertain
the traveling p)ublic than ever before.
I especially invite the transient paLt
ronnee. 1. A. TISDALE.
DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
The $1.00 bottle contz!ns 2% times the trial size. which sells for 50 cents.
FRIPARZED ONLY AT THE LABORATORY OF
E. C. DeWITT & COMPANY. CHICAGO. ILL.
.4e 'ER.. 13. .o-r-yea D0rug "OtorVe.
Cleanses the system
thoroughly and clears
sallow complexions of
Xative .Fruit Syrup pimples and blotches.
nativt is guaranteed
ryca Drug Store, Isaac 3. Loryea, Prop.
4 SPRI NGS
Nature's Greatest Remedy
FOR DISEASES OF THE
Liver, Kidneys, Stomach
44 and Skin.
Physicians Prescribe it,
Patients Depend on it, and
Everybody Praises it
FOR SALE BY
w. E. R
IF YOU WISH TO BORROW
Loas a1 Loanis Mide
Loans Made Money on long or short time, L
Oil on improved real estate, I am O
Iiroved in a position to serve you. Inproved
Real EstCute Crrent rates of interest Real Estate.
'1 and reasonable charges.
. Call on or write to
Attorney at Law, Manning, S. C.
Alderman Stock Farm.
For sale at all times, at prices to suit the farmer and of breeding and qual
ifications'to suit the fancier,
SHORTHORN AND JERSEY CATTLE,
AND BERKSHIRE HOGS -
of either sex and all ages. Correspondence solicited. Come and see our stock
whether you intend to buy or not.
.A.LcoI..-TJ, S. C.
D. W. ALDERMAN, Prop. -SAM'L G. BRYAN, Supt.
Provident Savings Life
EDWARD W.~SCOTT, President..
PEACOCK & GOLD COMPANY, General Agents for North and
District Agents Wanted
By an established old line Life Insurance Company, with
attractive policy contracts. South Carolina presents an
unusually good field for Life Insurance soliciting. Under
our contracts-offered to disbrict agents--men of char'ac
ter and ambition have excellent opportunities for rapid
rise to positions of wealth and influence in their commu
nities. It will pay you to consult me. Write today.
-o Sumater nd Ce.
niessandRest.Conltais neither 2
*Opium,Morphtine norlineral. of
IA perfect Remedy for Constipa
Ii-n, Sour Stomach,Diarrh~oea
Worms ,Convulsions ,Feverish
ness and Loss OF SLEEP
Fo I F ort OveCilrn
TO THE TINES OFFICE