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YOU BIRD HUNTERS!!
We still have a few Guns on hand, both Single and Double Barrel, H:m,
mer and Hammerless. that we are closing out at reduced prices. Now is your
cbance to get a good Gun cheap. We are also selling
Shot at $1.75 Per Sack.
This price is less than you can buv them in any market wholesale. Leg
gings, Hunting Coats, and Ammunition. Lard Cans. we have them in all sizes.
Yours for business,
DICKSON HARDWARE coo
To Farmers and
We have added an up-to-date Seed Depart
ment to our grocery line and have just re
ceived our first shipment of Seeds from the
reliable house of T. W. Wood & Sons of Rich
We Have Exclusive Control of Their Seeds
and can supply your wants at catalogue
We also carry in stock Wood's Poultry
Grain Food and Shredded Alfalfa, the proper
foods to make hens lay during the winter
Ourmotto is, to keep what the other fellow
don't and if we haven't got it, let us know
and we will get it.
The Manning rocery Co.
L. B. DURANT, Rt. K. WILDER, P. M. PARROTT,
President. Vice-President. Secretary.
TB uRANT HARDWARE COMPANY,
Opposite Court House,
. We invite the people of Clarendon to visit our store or write to us for prices
when they are needing anything in our line. We have added more capital to
our business in order to meet the increasing demands, and our Mr. L. B. Du
Rant will always welcome his friends from Clarendon.
Inspect our immense stock of HARDWARE, FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
HOUSEFURNISHINGS, HARNESS, SADDLES, MACHINERY SUPPLIES,
BELTINGS of all kinds. BARB WIRE at prices which cannot be duplicated.
We have just received a carload of Elwood Field Fencing, Guns, Powder,
Shot, Shells and Sportsmen's Goods.
Devoe's Celebrated Paints.
-. JAP-A-LAC, the Housekeepers'
- Delight for making old
Come to see us.
STHE DURANTLHAROWARE COMPANY,
SUMTER, S. C.
STHE . ..
I Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Co3
OF PHILADELPHIA, PA.
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SJOE C. McCREERY,
Columbia, S. C., and Manning, S. C.
For Convenience and Safety,
tn e r uno in e uienOe cotri. encereposed in us by the people of Manning
Deposits October 1, 1904, $38,154,82. -
Deposits October 1, 1905, $72,559.Q7.
*tyurpatoagchain an way contutea t"ursue" s. we thank you for same:
Bank of Clarendon, ma 3~.o0.
McJ OB W OR K~
TO THE TINES OFFICE.
TIE SUNDAY SCHOOL
LESSON VI, FIRST QUARTER, INTERNA
TIONAL SERIES, FEB. 11.
Text of the Lesson, Luke V, i-li.
Memory Verses, 5, G-Golden Text,
Eph. v, 1-Commentary Prepared by
Rev. D. M. Stearns.
(Copyright, 1906. by Aerican Pres A"sociatiOn-l
Thus far we have had a somewhat
connected story of this most wonder
ful life of God manifest in the flesh,
but now we pass over a great deal to
reach this lesson of today. From John
1, 19, to iv, 54, is all omitted. Other
events and teachings which are, in point
of time, before today's lesson are taken
up in later lessons of the quarter. Al
though our lessons do not give us the
consecutive events, we may and should
for ourselves consider them. But in
every event of His life and in all His
teaching we may see some new revela
tion of the Father and learn to know
Him better, and this is the one great
aim of 'all Scripture-to make us to!
know.and trust Jehovah.
There is that in the word of God
which reaches and satisfies the heart of
man as nothing else can. And as then
the people pressed upon Him to hear
the word of God, sEc it is -;dil, as is
evidenced by the thousands who gather
daily to hear the word through Dr. Tor
rey and from week to week to hear Mr.
Newell open the Scriptures, and in
some measure I see it myself in the
hundreds who gather at my own classes,
often at most unseasonable hours, to
listen to simple expositions of the
Scriptures. I cannot but believe that
those preachers make a great mistake
who do not open the Scriptures to the
people. See Luke xxiv, 27, .45; Acts
vii, 25: xxviii, 23. 1
In Matt. ir. 18-22; Marl; i, 10-20, the
fishermen are in their boats, either cast
ing a net into the sea or mending their
nets, and there is no mentioi there of
Jesus using a boat as a pulpit or of a
miraculous draft of fishes, so that the
event of today's lesson must-be some
thing wholly different. The only same
ness consists of His dealing with -the
same four men and of their leaving
nets and boats to follow Him..- But Ire
was always dealing with these men,
and they received call after call to fol
low Him, and it was not till after His
resurrection that they finalli and fully
got away from their fishing. --Some are
expected to continuein the'same oc
cupation in which the Lord finds them
when He saves them-"Let every I man.
abide in the same calling wherein he
was called" (I Cor. vil, 20). But, wfiat
ever be the calling, the great thing isk
to glorify God (I C6r.vi, 19,. 20; x, 81).
The life of every believer consists of a
series of calls to .eav.e one thin'g after
another until, we ean--say Phil. iiM, 8,
but even then verses 13 and 14 will be
our experience. While we remain in
these mortal bodies there is no end to
te dying to self thaitfie life of Jesus
may be manifest (II Cor iv, 11).
Let Simon's boat suggest to us our
bodies, which are called vessels (II
Con. iv, 7; II Tim. it, 21; Jer. xviii, 4-6).
Are they at His disposal that He may
occupy them and testify out of them?
He does not ask from us anything we
cannot give Him, but He does ask for
our bodies (Rom. xii, 1, 2) that through
us He may minister by word and deed
If we make His service our delight
and in 'all things seek "first the king
dom," He will see abundantly -to all
our need (Phil. iv, 19; Matt. vi, 33).
Fishing was the lawful and honorable
occupation of these men, and they were
doubtless skillful fishermen, yet here
was a whole night's toil and no result,
and after a much better acquaintance
with Jesus they had a similar experi
ence. We cannot but think of His
Words, "Without Me ye can do noth
ng," but more remarkable His words
concerning HImself, "I can of mine
own self do nothing" (John xv, 5; v,
30). The nothings of so called Chris
tian work-the wood, hay and stubble
to be burned up (I Con. iii, 12-15)-will
be something appalling; for only that
which God works will stand.
They had tolled all night in vain,
and now in the m..rning the Lord says,
"Launch out into the deep and let down
your nets for a draft" (verse 4). Simon
seems to think-it -useless, but he puts
the responsibility gpon the Lord with
his "Nevertheless;~ at Thy word." He
do~es no' seem to. obey cheerfully or
fully, for -th& Lord said, "Let down
your nets," and Simon said, "I will let
down the net," as if one net would
easily hold all they would get that time
of day. Our gracious Lord did not
allow the half hearted obedience of
Simon to hinder the fullness of the
blessing, but filled the net to the point
of breaking and gave enough fishes to
fill bothi the ships" (verse 7). He loves
to fill, -whether it be boats with fishes,
or the hungry multitude with bread, or
His -people with the Holy Spirit, and
e will yet fill the whole earth with
Nothing can be compared with the
blessing of the Lord which maketh
rich and to. which our toll can add
nothing (Prov: x, 22, R. V., margin).
But how it does humble us to see the
goodness.of the Lord to such unbeliev
hg ones as we are. Peter's cry, "De
part from me, for I am a sinful man,
Lord" (verse 8), reminds us of Job's
"I abhor myself," Isaiah's "~Woe is
me" and Daniel's "There remained no
strength in me" (Job xlli,.6; Isa. vi, 5;
Dan. x, 8), for K's the' King reveals
Himself to us we fall in our own esti
mation until we are rneady to say -with
Paul, "I know that in me--that is, in
my flesh-there dwelleth no good thing"
(om. vii, 18). When we see our un
worthness and nothingness and are
r'eady to .give up in utter despair, then
omes His gracious "F'ear not" (Dan.
s, 12, 19; Rev. 1, 17), for God hath not
given us the spirit of fear, and His per
feet lore casteth out all fear (II Tim;
I,7; I John i,18). - - .
Galveston's Sea Wall.
nakes life now as safe in that city as on
he higher uplands. E. W. Goodloe.
vho resides on Dutton St.. in Waco,f
rex., needs no sea wall for safety-. He
rites: "I have used Dr. King's New
)iscovery for Consumpton the past five
sars and it keeps me well and safe.I
Before that time I had a cough which
r years had been growiug worse.
ow its gone.'' Cures chronic coughs,
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Mosnes a'a garltaria-n.
Moses himself was a sanitarian of
0 mean accomplishmhents, and many
>f the principles estalished by him in
sanitary science migh.t well be exploit
Ed in modern times. The type of camp
which he established for the detention
of unfortunate lepers, well modified to
suit modern principles, would serve for
the check and practical- elimination of
so. the coug ,mdhanlalauts
SIZE OF A ITl-IUNDERBOLT.
Geologist- Have a Systen by Which
Such 3Measures Are Taken.
"Did you ever see the diameter of a
lightning 1ash ineasured?" asked a
geologist. "Well. here is the case which
once inclosed a flash of lightning, fitted
it exactly, so that you can see how big
it was. This is called a 'fulgarite,' or
'lightning hole,' and the material it is
made of is glass.
"When a bolt of lightning strikes a
bed of sand it plunges downward Into
the sand for a distance less or greater,
transforming simultaneously into glass
ihe silica in the material through which
it passes. Thus by its great heat It
forms a glass tube of precisely Its own
"Now and then such a tube, known
as a fulgarite, is found and dug up.
Fulgarites have been followed into the
sand by excavations for nearly thirty
feet. They vary in Interior diameter
from the size of a quill to three inches
or more, according to the 'bore' of the
flash. But fulgarites are not produced
alone In sand. They are found also in
solid rock, though very naturally of
slight depth, and frequently existing as
a thin, glassy covering on the surface.
"Such fulgarites occur in astonishing
abundance on the summit of Little Ara
rat, in Armenia. The rock is so soft
and porous that blocks a foot long can
be obtained, perforated In all direc
tions by little tubes filled with bottle
green glass formed from the fused.
"Some wonderful fulgarites were
found by Humboldt on the high Nevada
de Toluca, in Mexico. Masses of the
roel: were covered with a thin layer of
gre n glass. Its peculiar shimmer in
the - sun-led Humboldt to ascend the
precipitous peak at the risk of his life."
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HEADLESS, YET ALIVE.
insects That Continue to Exist Aftex
Must persons of an observing turn of
mind. areaware of the fact that there
are several species of Insects that will
ontinue to live without seeming incon
venience for some time after decapita
tion; exact knowledge on the length of
time which the various species of in
sects would survive such mutilatioi
being somewhat vague.
Professor Conestrini once undertook
a series of experiments with a view of
determining that and other facts in re
lation to the wonderful vitality of such
creatures. In each case the head was
smoothly removed with a pair of thin
bladed forceps, and when spontaneous
movements of the wings and legs ceas
ed he employed sundry irritating de
vices, such as pricking, squeezing and
blowing tobacco smoke over the insect
As a result of these experiments he as
certained that mnembers of the beetle
family at once 'showed signs of suffer
ing, while such as ants, bees, wasps,
etc., remained for hours unaffected.
Some which seemed stunned from the
efects of the operation recovered after
a time and continued to live and enjoy
a headless existence for several days.
Butterfies and moths seemed but little
affected by the guillotining process, and
the common flies (diptera) appeared to
regard the operation as a huge joke.
"The common house fly," said the ex
perienter, "appeared to be in full pos
session of his senses (rather paradox
cal, when In all probability the ca
nary had swallowed head, sense and
all) thirty-sIx hours after being oper
The bodies of some species of butter
fies survived as long as eIghteen days
after the head had been removed, but
the head itself seldom showed signs of
life longer than six hours after decapi
tation. In the general summary of
these huge experiments we are inform
ed that the last signs of life were man
ifested either In the middle or last pair
of legs and that the myriopods showed
great tenacity of life "and appeared
wholly Indifferent to the loss of their
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Always have distinguished friends.
ever have fools for friends. They are
of no use.. .
To govern men you must either excel
them in their accomplishments or de
spise them. -
To rule men we must be men. Out
wisdom must be concealed under folly
and our constancy under caprice.
Next to hnowing when to seize an op
portunty the most important thing in
life is to know when to forego an ad
The divine right of kings may have
been a plea for feeble tyrants, but the
riivine right of governmnent is the key
stone of human progress.. -.
Talk to women as much as you can.
This is the way to gain fluency, be
cause you need not. eare what you say
nd had better not be s~nsible.
COear the - ' The Kind You Have Always Bought
. Tre Chani'rng Tides.
The miost aipproved theory am.ong sci
mntists as to the cause of the--use, anl
'all of the tide is that the gloon is Ine
lominating cause throu l. its differeng
:ial attraction upon the opposite~ sid'es
>f the earth, drfwing the nearer waf'er
iway from tlie earth under the moon
'or the ;produc~tion of high water large
Ld in like manlier drawing the earth
iway from the oppoSite waters for the
roduetion of higli~water .small. The
mmaller tidal efficyj of the sun's at
raction becomes njoticeable mainly as
nddifyig the lunar tide, increasing it
n the aring tides and decreasing it at .
leaps and further modifying it in the
>iming and lagging of thue tida
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A man who once had rough and horny
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Honey in the East.
In ancient Egypt honey was employ
ed as an embalming material, and in
the east to 'this day it is largely used
for the preservation of fruit and the
making of cakes, sweetmeats and oth
er articles of food. In India a host will
offer to his guest a dish composed of
honey and milk or of equal parts of
curds, honey and clarified butter. It is
given to a bridegroom on his arrival
at the door of the bride's father. In
the east, also, when grafts, seeds and
birds' eggs are to be transported a
great distance they are often packed
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The End of the World
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. , They Dian't Play.
A monster.political parad.e was held
in Philadelphia during one of the cam
paigns. It was headed by ." band of
thirty-five discoursing stirring march
ing tunes. The leader of the band
had contracted in advance to supply
that many players, but when he egne
to count noses he found eight missing.
It did not take him long to decide what
to do. After some hustling he secured
eight men, not one of whom could play
a note of music, and decked them out
In the regulation band uniform. He
placed instruments and music In their
hands and paraded the full number.
"Did they play?" weg Asked. "Tes,"'
said the band leader, "but not music.
I put a cork in each of the eight Instru
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The Dominant Air.
As through an opera runs the rhythm
of one dominant air, so through men's
lives there rings a dominant note, soft1
In youth, strong in manhood and soft.
again in old age. But it is always there,
and, whether soft in the gentler periods
or strong amid the noise of the peri
helion, It dominates always and gives
its tone to the whole life.1
His Happiest Hour.
SHe-Do you remeniber the night I
asked you to marry me? She-Yes,
dear. He-For a whole hour we sat
there and not a word did you speak.
Ah, that was the happiest hour of my
lfe!-Translated For '.pales From 1Ech'o
Common Colds are the Causes of Many
Physicians who have gained a na
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ause of various disease, claim that if
atching cold could be avoided a .long
ist of dangerous ailments .would never.
e heard of. Every one - knows that
neumonia and consumption~.originate
from a cold, and chronic catarrh,-bron
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nonths of the'present year. The (Ye
ban consuls in Spain are instructed to
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M1ethusala was all right, you bet
For a good old soul was he, A
They say he would be living yet,
Had he taken Rocky Mountain Tea. ~
she Quotes an Authority.
Elsic-When I grow up, mamma, I'm .
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damma-'Niat makes you thing I'm 4~
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-AT- . .
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I repair Stoves, Pumps and run water
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-If you need any soldering done, give
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MANNING. S. C.
A New Firm.
The undersigned having formed a
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lesire to extend a cordial welcome to
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iome. Come to see us.
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Just for Fun.
Teregular monthly meeting otf
eBoard of County Commissionersf
'ill be held on Saturday, January
)th, 1906, instead of the first Satur
ay. E. B. BRowN,
Clerk Board Co. Conm.
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