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One-half interest in PRYOR WILKES. Standard
Bred Stallion. who made $370. at his present
standing this spring. For particulars. address
S. G. BRYIAN,
Alcolt-, S- C
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 assu rd we can satisfy you both in qual
ity and price.
The Manning Grocery Co.
Sumter's Stock Market.
Bootli Live Stock Company.
To arrive about Tuesday, Sept. 12, car Horses and Mules.
Some choice harness horses and well matched timber and
farm mules. Prices and quality right.
White Hickory Wagons,
- (ONE AND TWO HORSE.)
We are also headquarters for
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Fire Bric1h,
Shingle;, Laths, Terra Cotta Piping
and Builders' Supplies generally.
We appreciate the business we are doing with the peo
ple of Olarendon and solicit a continuance.
We guarantee prices.*
Booth Live Stock Comp'y,
HORACE IIARBY'S OLD STAND,
U T.R, - - - - S. C.
P. 5.-Car White Hickory Wagons and Columbia Buggies just unloaded.
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Compronising a Tenor.
Czar Nicholas I. used to walk the
streets of St. PetersLA;rg alone wrapped
in a large gray cloak. It was forbid
den to speak to him, but the czar some
thues forgot that a subject could not
obey the prohibition if the emperor
Once the czar met in a park the
tenor singer of the Italian opera and
exchanged a few words with him. The
moment the czar was out of sight the
police arrested the tenor. That even
ing the czar attended the opera, where,
after a long delay, the manager an
nounced that the tenor could not be
found. Nicholas guessed what had
happened and sent an aid-de-camp to
release the singer.
A few days after the czar again met
the tenor and began with an apology:
"I was very sorry"
"May I implore your majesty," the
Italian exclaimed, "not to speak to me?
Your majesty will compromise me with
Saved by Dynamite.
Sometimes a flaming city is saved by
dynamiting a space that the fire can't
cross. Sometimes a cough hangs on so
long you feel as if nothing but dynamite
would cure it. Z. T. Gray, of Calhoun.
Ga., writes: " My wife had a very fig
gravated cough, which kept her awake
nights. Two physicians could not help
her, so she took Dr. King's New Discov
ery for.Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
which eased her cough, gave her sleep,
and finally cured her." Strictly scien
tific cure for bronchitis and La Grippe.
At The R. B. Loryea Drug Stote. price
50c. and -1.00 guaranteed. Trial bot
Shakespeare a Bad Sleeper.
Personally I should say, writes F.
F. Montague in the London Saturday
Review, that Shakespeare was a ba
sleeper. The well known lines in
'lenry IV." suggest the passionate
longing for sleep which only those
who have experienced the long drawn
misery of a "white night" can feel.
Again, what is more suggestive of a
lie awake night in London in August
o comfort killing night, image of hen!
o hateful, vaporous and foggy night!
In "The Rape of Lucrece."
Or, again, take the twenty-seventh
Weary with toil. I haste me to my bed.
The dear repose for limbs with trave!
But then begins a journey in my head
To work my mind when body's work's
This seems to me the true wail of
the insomnolent, and the sonnets are
suppQsed to be autobiographical, I be
A Liquid Cold Cure.
A Cough Syrup which drives a cold
out of the system by acting as a cathar
tic on the bowels is offered in Kennedy's
Laxative Honey and Tar. Clears the
throat, strengthens the lungs and bron
chial tubes. The mother's friend and
the children's favorite. Best for Croup,
Whoopin Cough. etc. A liquid cold
cure, and the only Cough Syrup which
movei the bowels and works all cold out
of the system. Sold by The R. B. Lor
yea Drug Ltore.
Cross Eyed Ange'.
Near the village of Monterey. Mass.,
in the heart of the Berkshires, on a
knoll peculiarly well fashioned by na
ture for its uses, is a burying ground
of the Revolutionary period which pcs
s~esses more than ordinary interest by
reason of its weil preserved headstones.
These headstones were cut from a na
tive stone which has endured the ele
mnents so well for more than a hun
dred years that the inscriptions are
now almost as easily read as they wee
when the stones were set in position.
A. strilling peculiarity is found In .the
carvings on the headstones, apparent
Iy. all the work of one sculptor, who
had a specialtyin the creation of cross
eyed angels. flmost every one of the
old headstones is ornamenfed .at the
top with the head of an angel, and
each angel face is unmistakably and
-painfully cross eyed. This characteris
tic has led some guests near the bury
izng ground te call It the "cemetery of
cross eyed angels."-New York Trib
Every Ounce You Eat.
Every ounce of food you eat that fails
to digest does a pound of harm. It
turns the entire-meal into poison This
not only deprives the blood of the neces
sary tissue-building material, but it poi
sons it. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a per
fect digestant. It digests the food re
gardless of the condition of the stomach.
It allows that organ to rest and get
strong again. Relie res Belching, Heart
Burn, Sour Stomach, Indigestion, Pal
pitation otthe Heart, etc. Sold by The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Cooking Fish In. Clay.
"The natives of the north woods
have more 'appetizing ways to cook
fsi than any other class of cooks In
the 'world, I believe," said a Tomah
"The universal favorite, llo2wever,
seems to be the clay method. The fish
is wrapped in the clay without having
so much as a scale runiled by the
cleaning knife. He Is not dressed, and
the only seasoning Is a -pinch of salt
placed in the mouth. When the fish is
done up In the clay the package Is
placed in the embers of the campfire
to bake. When it is done the clay is
cracked open, and the scales of the
fsh are found to be sticking in the
clay, and' the head is then broken off.
The delicate flavor of a .fsh cooked in
this way cannot be described. Some of
the cooks have a habit df' cutting a
long gash along each side of the dorsal
fn and inserting a slice of fat bacon.
This adds greatly to the flavor of the
If you are troubled indigestion, con
stipation, sour stomich, or any other
pain, Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea
will make you well and keep you well
35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Dr. W. E,
The Word "London,"
What is the derivation of the word
"London ?" The usually accepted one
is the Celtic "Llyn-Din," or lake city,
referring to the historical fact that theI
city was built on a river that over-I
lowed at full tide and half surrounded1
it Other philologists have derived It
from "llawn" (full) and "dyn" (man).
others again from "ion" (a plain) and
"dun" (a hill). But the derivation Lun
Den, or "grove city," seems more prob
able than most of these. The name
occurs In wooded parts of Scandinavia
to this day.
Do not be deceived by a counterfeit
when you buy Witch Hazel Salve. The
ame of E. C. De-Witt & Co. is on every!|
ox of the genuini. Piles in their worst!i
form will soon pass away if you will|
pply DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve night
nd morning. Best for Cuts. Burns,
'etter, Eczema, etc. Sold by The R.
THE SLU.AY SCHLOUL
LESSON X, FOURTH QUARTER, INTER
NATIONAL SERIES, DEC. 3.
Text of the Lessol, Neh. iv. 7-20.
Memory Verses, 1.9. 24-Golden Text,
Matt. xxvi. 41-Comnientary Pre
pared by Rev. D. M. Stearn.
[Copyright. lf05. by American Priss Association.]
The life of Nehediiali illustrated *he
meaning of his name, "The Comfort of
Jehovah," for in the midst of all his
ditficulties and discouragements-and
they were very many-he did find his
joy and strength in the ford. Having
returned to Jerusalem, accompanied by
captains of the armby and horsemen
and with authority to obtain what was
necessary to rebuild the wall of the
city, he spent three days quietly Inves
tigating before he told the rulers of
the Jews or the priests what he had
come for. It is wise as a rule not to
talk to others about your affairs, but it
is always safe to consult Him who
sends you about everything and then
do whatever He says (Prov. iii, 5, 6;
John ii, 5). It Is instructive to n6te
Nehemiah journeying with an escort
and Ezra without one, and God was
with each of them. In the New Testa
ment story Barnabos sold his property
and put the imouey in the treasury,
while his sister Mary kept hers and
inade It a house of prayer. We must
not follow others, however wise and
good their ways may be, but follow
"Jesus only." Our hand In His and
our whole being at ills disposal, we
should say, as Nchemiiah did: "The God
of heaven, He will prosper us." "Our
God shall fight for us" (ii, 20; iv, 20).
The adversary is always grieved when
any one becomes specially in earnest
in the Lord's work, and he will do his
utmost to hinder, tut there pust hn
neither fear nor compromise on the
part of the servants of God. All that
is required of us are a mind to work
and a readiness for any manner of
service, and then God will surely ac
complish His pleasure, Observe that
those who built this wall were gold
smiths, merchants, apothecaries, wom
en, etc. (iii, 8, 12, 32), most unlikely
people to build a stone wall, but be
cause they had a mind to work and
God was with them they prospered,
and the work was finished in spite of
all their enemies, and God was glori
fied. Because the work was done by
those who naturally had no talent for
such work their enemies had to con
fess tliat the work was wrought of
God (vi, 15, 10).
We must never forget that there are
always enemies seeking to injure us
and to hinder the' work-in fact, a
great adversary seeking to destroy us
and we must ever watch and pray as
i4 these luilders (74A). See Jas. iv,
7; I Pet. v, 8, 0; Eph. vi, 10,18; M\ark
xiii, 33-37. When there are weak and
discouraged ones among the Lord's
own whose motto seems to be, "We
are not able" (10), matters are Ntorse
than if there were only enemies with
out. Such were the ten spies because
of whom all Israel became .discour
aged and were kept in the wilderness
many years (Num. xiii, 31-33). Our
motto should always be, "Our God is
able" (Dan. 111. 17). or, as In verse 14 of
our lesson, "Be not ye afraid; rememn
ber the Lord."
God will always bring to naught the
counsel of the adversary (verse 15), but
His own counsel standeth forever, the
thoughts of His heart to all genera
tions (Ps. xxxiii, 10, 11). 'See also Isa.
vii, 9, 10, concerning His counsel and
the breaking in pieces of the adver
sary, and take comfort from Isa. xli,
12, 13. "They that war against thee
shall be as nothing and as a thing of
naught, for I, the Lord thy God, will
hold thy right hand, saying, Fear not;
I will help thee." The words "every
one unto his work"! (verse 15) make us
think of the words of our Lord in Mark
xii, 34, "To every man his wor'k," and
I Cor. xii, 11, "To every mwn sever'ally
as He will," for, we are taught in Eph.
1i, 10, that all good works of all be
lievers are prepared beforehand for us
to walk in, and also that "it is God
who woireth in us both to will and to
do of His good pleasure," and that
apart from Him we can do nothing
(Phil. i1, 13; John xv, 5). From the
fact that the wall began and ended at
the sheep gate (iii, 1, 32) we gather the
suggestion that whatever work Is not
begun, continued and ended in and by
Him who was led as a lamb to the
slaughter, and done by those who are
redeemed with His precious blood, will
not count. From chapter lii, 10, 27, 29,
we learn that we are to do the work
that is nearest to us, however lowly it
may be, "every one over against his
house," or as elsewhere, "Whatsoever
thy hand findeth to do," "For any
manner of service, wholly at His
commandment" (Eccl. ix, 10; I Chron.
xxviii, 21). While some builded, others
held the weapons, and even the build
rs had their swords girded upon them
verses 16-18). Our whole life is a
warfare against the world, the flesh
and the devil, and Eph. vi, 10-18, is
the only way. For the many who are
compelled to wait or tarry by the stuff
while others work there is a word of
great comfort in I Sam. xxx, 24. The
workmen.bing far separated one from
the other, were to be ever listening for
the sound of the trumpet (verses 1S-20),
so we, girt about with truth and with
the hword of the Spirit, are to be ever
listening for the trumpet of I Thess.
iv, 10, which shall end the present age,
or at least proclaim it near, by the
fact that the church has been com
- These builders certainly worked a
full labor day, "from the rising of the
morning till the stars appeared" (verse
21), but we are not working full time
unless by a prayerful or financial Ii
terest, or both, in some miissionary on
the other side of the globe, who works
while we sleep, and vice versa, we are
earnestly living to cmplete the church.
Making It Pleasant.
"That's what I call a good dinner,"
remarked Bobby as he leaned back in
his chair with an air of repletion.
"Bobby," said his mother, "I'm
ashamed of your saying such a thing."
The visitor who was dining with the
family laughed heartily. "Bobby ap
preciates the -good things of life," he
said, "like all the rest of us."
"Don't you think It wvas a good din
ner" Bobby asked the visitor.
"Yes, indeed," the latter replIed, with
a smile. "I enjoyed it thoroughly."
"Mother said she thought you would,
because she didn't suppose you got
very much at home."
The Japanese have many curious
recipes for cooking seaweed, which,
w'i.h fern, is almost a staple, article of
dilet in China, Japan and the Asiatic
archipelago. A number of species of
seaweed are eaten. Some are soaked,
others are dried. Many of the Jap
anese and Chinese sauces are made
from seaweed. U'nder the name of
"asakusa-nr!," one variety is put up
In neat tin boxes and largely sold in
he Tokyo markets.
In addition to our
Groceries we have
added a 10 cents
Bargain Coun t e r.
Come and examine
those Goods and you
will be surprised at
t he Bargains w e
have for 10 cents in
nera Supplies alwyson hand Mlearse wil
besen tto an par of tecounty. an cas wil
director and uindertaken, ni ;nt or day.
W. E. JENKINSON CO.
Fire, Life, Accident and Hlealth,
Place your insurance in the follow
ing Companies, each represent
ing millions of assets:
Hartford of Hartford, Conn.
Plienix of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Continental of New York.
Ameri'can Fire of Philadelphia.
German American of New York.
Pennsylvania of Philadelphia.
Fire Association of Philadelphia.
Home of New York.
New York Underwriters' Agency
of New York.
Western of Canada.
A share of your business solicited.
Country tenant property written also.
CHAR~- LET N. C.
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OSEPHW FlSWOD .AM1E,~UDIYN
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
ATONL AWYE ,
MANNING, S. C.
COEP . AVIS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING. S. C.
MANNTNG, S. C.
Phon NoWi1. . 6. H. itIAT
Nettles Building, upstairs.
MANNING, S. C.
Phone No. 77.
Bring your .Job Work to The Times office.
mosc. 1ny -.I
Cures Biliousness, Sick
Headache, Sour Stom
ach, Torpid Liver and
Pleasant to take
The.R. B. Lc
Do oi Tallt
THEN COME OR SEND TO US.
We have the best equipped Tailor
ing Establishment in the State. I
High Art Clothioga
solely and we carry the best line of
Hats and Gent's Furnishins in the
Ask your most proiinent men who
we are, and-they will commend you
Ja L, DAVID.& BRO,
Cor. King & Wcn1worth S13.,
CHARLESTON, - S. C.
Buggies, Wagons, Road
Carts and Carriages
With Neatness and Despatch
R. A. WHITE'S
WHEELWRIGHT and -
I repair Stores, Pumps and run water
pipes, or I will put down a new Pump
If you need any soldering done, give
me a call.
My horse is lame. Why? Because 1
did not have it shod by. 1. A. White,
the man that puts on such neat shoes
and makes horses travel iith so much
We Make Them Look New.
We are making a specialty of -re
painting old Buggies, Carriages, Road
Carts and Wagons cheap.
Come and see me. My prices will
please you, and I guarantee all of my
Shop on corner below Rl. 31. Dean's.
MANNING. S. C.
A New Firm
The undersigned having formed a
copartnership under the na~me of
L L WELLS & CO.,
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
and everything pertaiuing to a first
We will continue keeping a full
stock of SC.HOOL BOOKS arid STA
TIONERY and choice books for the
home. Come to see us.
L. L. WELLS,
-'J. ELB3ERT DAVIS.
MANNING, S. C.
Capit al Stock, - $40,000
Surplus, - - 30,000
lility, -- - 40,000j
to Depositors, $110,000
in llmoetryafais av benfo
you alhondetar affirs hact in fond
We consider the best interests of al
our customers. Lady patrons re
eeive the most courteous treatment.
Roky ro~isnti Tea N-ugets
SM Meein flx Bus~y People.
ang G-a~~ Hi;th and Renoved Vigor.
. .'oor Cr.nsripation. IndIigestion. Live
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no. l't.:kache Its Iuseky 2Iountain Tea in tah
It rn.~ c:t~ a bo. . O, nne made by
GOLDENI NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
THE SUMERTON HOTEL.
[Having made special preparations, I
am now bett prenared to entertain
the traveling public than ever before.
I especially invite the transient pat-|
ronage. H. A. TISDALE.
DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
The S 1.00 bottle contatr:3 2i tirres the t:-! ?!er. whch se!a icr 50 ce
PREPARED ONLY AT TH2 LASOA Y 07 -
E. C. DeWITT W: COMIPANY. CEICAGO. .
1.e 39. ]B. ILor3rea "Dr-vtg Stor'e.
-2M -- -e- -3 - --.. V X-.__ .
Cleanses the system
thoroughly and clears
sallow complexions of
44 ip pimples and blotche&
anIve frUi Syrp It is guaranteed
ryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
Nature's Greatest Remedy
FDR DISEASES OF THE
Liver, Kidneys, Stoimac
Physicians Prescribe it,
raents Depend.on it, and
Everybody Praise It
FOR SALE BY
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oF YOU WISH TO BORROW
Loanis M15ade . Las~d
Money on long or short time,
on improved -real estate, I am .On
inproved in a positionto serve you. Improv
R ECurrent rates of interest
t and reasonable charges.
Cail on -or write to
tT. .%.. -VVM.Q- TB- R G-6
Attorney at Law, anning, S
Alderman SokF r-.
For sale at all times. at prices to suit the farmer and of breeding and u
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.
AWQ- LU, S. C
D. W. ALDERMAN, Prop. SAM'L G. BRYAN7 Sai~ A
Provident Savings Life
EDWARD W. SCOTT, President.
PEACOCK & GOLD COMPANY, General Agents for North and -
District Agenits Wantec1
By an established old line Life insurance Company, 'with'
attractive policy contracts. South Carolina presents an
unusually good field for Life Insurance soliciting. Undei
our contracts-offered to disr' agents-men of charac
ter and ambition have excel opportunities foir rapid
rise to positions of wealth am. influence in their comm
nities. It will pay you to consult me. 'Write today. -
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30) years, has borne the signatnre of'
~. and has been made under his per
~~ sonal supervision since its infancy'
Allowno one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
W hat is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops an~d Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. 16
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays F'everishness. It cures Diarrhea and Wind:
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, eures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
CEN1U1NE CSTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
Tb Yinol Have Alway Bough
in .Use For Over 30 Years.
7'NC CEN-AUR COMPANY. TT MURRAY STREET. NEW YORKt CITY.
TO THE TINES OFFICE.