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Geo,S. Hacker &Son
MANUACTUR'In OF t
Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Moulding and Buildine:
CHARLESTON, S. C. d
Sash Weigh~ts and Cords,
Hardware and P>aints.
Window and Fancy Slass a Specialty
Do You Wanit
THEN COME OR SEND TO0US.
We have the best equipged Tailor
ing; Estblishment in the tt.
High Art Clothing
solely and we carry the best line of
Hats and Gent's Furnishings in the
citik your most promlinent mnen who
we 'are, and they will commend you
JLe DAVID & BROI,
Cor. King & Wentworth Sts.,
CHARLESTO.'N, - S. C.
Darlington, S. C., July 24, 1903.,
Notice is hereby given that certifi
Cate No. 1374 for si'x (six) shafes of the
capital stock of The Inderpndent Cot
ton Oil Comp~any, issueefo J. E. Davis,
and bearing dat'e'the 2th day of Janu
ary, 1903, has be ost or mislaid, and
that after the :cpiration of thirty (30)
days from date of this notice the
'U , will apply to the said com
pany at its general office in Darlington,
S. C., for a renewal of the said certifi- t
ca rned, J. E. DAVIS.
11NEYj TO LOnAN.
I a .reare t ngoiat lan
on oo ralesat scuit, n ea
Doors, ShmBln, C
Mouling ande supassnit
Maere triAlhoa n
MonyHAckR iLS.TrOa oS Ce.
STheiB. Loya Dug Stord,
WepromlyainUS and Foins
Wndeo en'd an Gls a Saeia c
Dpost U.oS. Watn t:fic
Ceharlth eston eS.p~e C.io
CoopEstage.ishcet in theSatyCer
age andleadr Coeae
Hiso dArt in otin eet
Hasndl Geent FireiBrick, Ringh
Pe ae, andr tta ipe, cend o
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JS.FAME., J. E. DLESN.
MONEYS T LAN
A writer in the Garden has discOT
red that many of the worst foes 0:
ie horticulturist begin with "6v." an(
e instances worms, weevils, wind an
ther workers of wickedness. This
rrites a correspondent. suggests 9
uestion as to whether there is an3
atural grouping of good or evil thing
nder particular letters. Take "b," foi
xample, and consider how man3
oons and blessings to man begin witi
t. The baker and butcher bring hin
read and beef. For additional food.
e has bacon. beans. borril, bloaters
roccoli, broth, bivalves, bananas, ber
es, biscuits, buns and butter. Afte
banquet of bonnes bouches he ma:
ring out his brier and blow his bacc
hile he bestrides his bicycle. ThesA
re but a few of the beneficent thing.
icluded under that blessed letter "b.'
'ow, as a contrast, take "d," ani
mong the first words we think of aro
amp, dark. dreary, dismal, dirty, de
ressed, despairing and so on, the ver,
Dund of which is enough to drive on
ito doleful dumps.
The Hackney on Parade.
How a high bred hackney look.
rhen he is put on exhibition at a bil
Lorse show is told by Sewell Ford ii
Horses Nine:" It was a very prett:
ight presented to the horse expert!
[ning the rail and to persons in boxe
.nd tier seats. They saw a blockil:
>uilt strawberry roan, fits chisele
teck arched in a perfect crest, his rigi
high muscles rippling under a shin
oat as he swung his hocks, his slin
ore legs sweeping up and out, and ev
ry curve of his rounded body fron
he tip of his absurd whisk broom ta
o the white snip on the end of hi
ossing nose expressing that exuberanc
,f spirits, that jaunty abandon of mo
ion, which fs the very apex of back
tey style. Behind him a short leggei
room bounced through the air at thi
nd of the reins, keeping his feet onli
y means of most amazing strides.
Much More Sensible.
"Jack, dear, when you are gone,
hall pine away."
"Don't pine away. Spruce up."-Lifi
P. ERVIN. W. E. 3
R. D. CLAI
THE PEOPLE'S TOBAC
.esires to extend thanks to the
he liberal patronage given the
THE PEOPLE'S TOBAC
Las again been fortunate in s
ILARK as Manager. Mr. Clai
H IGH ESIl
>ossible for all Tobacco put upc
Again thanking you for pas
avor rs in the future, we are
R. D. CLAI
This you can do by seeing a
.f all styles and best quality.
:st make room for our fall stc
If it is A NICE BUGGY y
I. If it is a serviceable FARMV
:uarantee prices and quality.
In HARNESS we bought
ere and have the
We make good all we say,
Ein need of anything in our lir
A Host of Sati
nd will make one of you if yor
Come to see us whether you
W. P. AXX
TO THE TI
More than 500 persons competed for
the prizes offered by a Chicago compa
ny for the best thoughts on the subject
of saving. The man who received the
first prize wrote: "Saving produces a
peace of mind unknown to him who in
time of misfortune must depend on the
bounty of his friends. Determine to
save, for will power s the prime essen
tial. Deposit regu.arly. Lay aside
i some portion of each week's or month's
income. Deposit extra and unexpect
ed receipts." It is a short but sound
and comprehensive sermon on thrift
and enlists in a good cause two forces
that sometimes fight on opposite sides
-will power and habit.
Rebuking an Organist.
An organist had for some time been
trying to extract a compliment from
I Dr. Nathaniel Emmons, a well known
divine of Franklin, Mass. The old doc
tor possessed a cunning wit, used spar.
"The organ is not as powerful as i
looks." said the organist after one of
the services. "Some of the pipes are
false, placed there only fot effect."
"Ah," exclaimed t'ae doetor, his fea
tures brightening, "there are times
when even a clergyman may prefer the
false to the real."
Be careful not to confound politeness
with the automatic following of social
L rules, says the Chicago Record-Herald
Do not seek to do only as others do,
even if it is the very makers of the so
cial laws. Preserve your originality.
No one may move wholly according tc
rules and be natural. Remember thai
a bit of the milk of human kindness, a
few grains of good common sense,
mixed well with a desire to "do untc
others," is a splendid recipe for success
in most walks of liTe.
"Does he interest himself in books?"
,"No," sniffed Mrs. Newrich; "my
husband has clerks :o do that -oZbIm."
-Detroit 'Free Press. -
A clarion voice in a novel means
something very disagreeable in real
life-a loud talker.--Atchison Globe.
N5KINSON. R. D. CLARK.
CO WAREHOUSE COMPANY
obacco farmers of this section foi
company the past year.
CO WAREHOUSE COMPAN Y
curing the services of Mr. R. D.
k will devote his best efforts in ob
n his floor for sale.
t favors and trusting that you will
0 WARFJOUSE lCO.
d buying from our large stock of
We have a house full of them and
u want at a right price we have
WAGON, we can supply you and
the best assortment ever shown
so you cannot afford to stay away
but give us a chance.
buy or not, you will feel better.
XINS -& Co.
Presidents Ate With Their Knives.
All our earlier presidents ate with
their knives. The stately George Wash
ington, the irascible John Adams, the
original Thomas Jefferson, the learned
James Madison and the popular James
Monroe-each shoveled in his food with
i his knife. John Quirey Adams was
the first president who ate with his
fork. And his wife felt it necc ary to
explain to the guests at the-White
House that "Mr. Adams had learned to
eat with his fork while In France and
that he couldn't overcome the habit."
Andrew Jackson restored the "repub
lican simplicity" of eating with his
knife. All of those we have named also
poured their tea or coffee into their
saucers to cool It. It is related of Gen
eral Taylor that when he was presi
dent he could be seen In the streets of
Washington early in the morning with
a market basket on i1s arm going from
one butcher to another and bargaining
for a steak or a rib roast. If he had
bargained less persistently, he might
have served out his term, for we have
heard it was owing to the inferior
quality of the cherries he ate on the
Fourth of July, 1850, that sickness at
tacked him and he died on the 9th of
A correspondent sends the following
story to Animal Life:
"I called the kitten," writes the cor
respondent, "who 'sprang from her
basket where she had been lying with
her mother and followed me into the
next room. The cat followed, growling
warningly, and, taking it up by the
neck, I replaced it in the basket. Again
I called it, and again It came at my
call. This time the mother, growling
still more threateningly, followed us
again, but this time she seized the kit
ten by the tail instead of the neck, evi
dently as a punishment, and pulled it
roughly along, the kitten mewing help
lessly. For a third time I called, and
once more it came to me, but this time
the nother was silent. She came, took
up the kitten, dragged it off and then
began to bite it again and again In or
der to secure its obedience. This meth
od was successful, and the next time I
called it was in vain."
The Lion's Roar.
Major Austin, writing of his travels
in central Africa, says: "The grandest,
the most awe Inspiring, the most tre
mendous voice on earth issues from the
throat of that king of beasts, the lion.
It is difiicult to describe that mighty
roar bursting out into the silence of the
night and seeming to shake the very
ground beneath one. It makes one feel
petty, insignificant, of no account,
when his majesty voices his satisfac
tion at having dined well on some poor
unsuspecting antelope which has al
lowed itself to fall under the clutches
of that ponderous paw. The men hud
dle together; a deadly stillness follows;
there is a catch in one's breath, and It
is with a sense of relief a whisper per
haps of 'Simba shiba' (the lion is sati
ated) arises, and conversatioin gradual
ly resumes its flow."
Old Engraved Ringn.
Among the legends of Greece it is
told that the father of Pythagoras, the
famous Greek philosopher, was a cele
brated engraver of gems, and, accord
tng to classical history, both Helen of
Troy and lysses of Greece wore en
graved rings. Engravings on stones
that were partly precious was an art
at a very remote age. The British mu
seum proudly boasts the possession of
a- small square of yellow jasper bear
ing the figure of a horse and theename
and titles of Amenophis II., believed to
date blck to about the year 1430 B. C.
The very finest specimen of engraved
gem now in existenee Is a head of Ne
ro carved on a first water diamond by
the brothers Castanzi in the year 1790
A Curious God.
Among the most extraordinary pieces
of symbolism known to have been used
by the early Aslatics was a figure of a
donkey's head used aLs a representative
of the Deity. There is no doubt what
ever that the same emblem was once
used among the Hlittites, the Egyp
tians and one or two other nations as a
symbol of their red god, Sut. The
superstition of the yellow donkey of
India, the story of the swift ass of
eastern Asia and the ass of Dionysius
and many other marvelous ass stories
are all survivals of that curious form
of religious wroship, the adoration of
the ass' head.
Where Ignorance Is Bliss.
Miss Inez Sentz-It's true I'm en
gaged to Mr. Rounders. The other
night he told me I was the only girl he
ever loved, and
Miss Truster-Where's the ring?
Didn't he give you one?
Miss Inez Sentz-Oh, yes, the very
next day, but I sent it back to the jew
eer to be fixed. The stupid engraver
made the inscription "Jack to Gwen
doline" instead of "Inez."-P'hiladel
A Busy Day.
Hallt - What's the matter, Klay?
You look all tired out.
Klay-And no wonder. I've had a
hard day of it. I don't know when
've worked so hard. I looked at the
men clean up) the railroad station this
morning, and after that I saw three
safes raised into four story windows
and four loads of coal delivered in bas
Her Anatomical Experience.
Teacher (of class in anatomy)-How
many bones are there in a chicken?
Millie (youngest member of large
family)-I can tell you how many there
are In the neck. That's the only part
I ever get.-Chicago Tribune.
Near Tiverton, Devonshire, England,
there is to be seen a blackbird with t
white head and a speckled back.
Save the Chiidren.
Ninety-nine of every one hundred di
seases that children have are due to
disorcers of the stomach, and these dis
orders are all caused by indigestion.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is just as good
for children as it is for adults. Children
thrive on it. It keeps their little stcm
achs sweet and encourages their growth
and developement. Mrs. Henry Carter,
703 Central St., Nashville, Tenn.. says:
"My little boy is n'' three years old
and has been suffering from indigestion
ever since he was born. I have had the
best doctors in Nashville, but failed to
do him any good. After using one bet
le of Kodol he is a well baby. I rec
commend it to all sufferers." K~odol
digests what you eat and makes the
stomach sweet. Sold by The R. B. Lor
yea D~rug Store.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Alway Bought
Cordulutc'd >y Pnxvi!o W1. C. T. L
National Motto-"For God, nome and Na
State Motto- Be Strong and of Good Cour
Our Watchword-Agitate, Educate. OrgaUize
"God helping me. I promise not to luy
drink. sell or give
Intoxicating liquors while I live;
From bad companions IT refrain
And never take God's name in vain."
The Flower Mission Depart
ment seeks to bring the uplift
ing and comforting, preventiv
and regenerative influences oJ
God's beautiful world of naturE
unto everyone, and in this way
to teach them the beauty of His
ove. The department aims tc
reach all the sick, poor, afflicted
nd erring with the ministrations
of the Flower Missions. It is
impossible to combine and givE
a comprehensive idea of thE
many gifts of the Flower Mission.
The general terms of fruit, jelly,
food, ice delicasies, comforts foi
the sick, etc., are acceptable.
Again it gives assistance fox
village improvement and every
thing which tends to make the
neighborhood more beautiful and
ttractive. Natino work is be
coming an important part of edu
ation and the public schools and
ollege settlements are glad tc
receive buds, leaves, flowers,
plants, seeds, mosses, seaweeds,
etc. Anything pertaining to na
ture can be used in helping thE
Flowers have their inessages
for White Ribboners as well aE
for those among whom we work
Lf we love and feel the beautiful
urselves we will be better abl(
to help in this mission.
T h e following encouraging
words from a worker, who had
been ill, emphasizes the fact thai
we should be mindful of thos
who are shut in:
"Especially did I appreciat(
the depth of the F. M. D. in oi
work. What it meant to me and
for me earth will never reveal.
So many friends and white rib
boners sent me these 'evangels,
and they brought light and sun.
shine into the long hours as
nothing else did. The roses,
arnations, chrysanthemums, vi
lets, etc., all seemed to talk tc
me and bring me nearer to m3
Eeavenly Father. 'Tis the de
sire of the State Superintenden1
that all district, as well as local
superintendents of Flower Mis
ion work (which the editor on'
of the fullness of his kind heari
bas given for a noble purpose:
God and Home and Native Land.
May our women realize that thE
ittle things in life must be cared
for, as they develop into large
things and as the days are going
by rapidly these little acts o:
kindness miay b e performed.
Hoping other county papers may
copy this column.
Woman's Struggle for the Hom9.
We are banded together as a
great body of women for the pu
eitication of the home. It is Rus
kin who has said that "Home is
lways around a woman. ThE
stars only may be over her head,
he glow-worm in the night cold
grass may be the only fire at her
eet, but home is yet whereve2
he is and for a noble woman it
stretches far around her better
3eiled with cedar, or painted
vith vermillion shedding its
tuiet light afar for these who
3se were homeless." And here
[ think is the summing up of the
work of the World's W. C. T. U.
n the words of its great founder,
'rancis Willard minds that are
graven upon her earthly resting
lace, words that are the very
asis of our world-wide' bond:
'To make the world wider for
voman and more homelike for
aumanity." There are many
vorking in our midst to whon
aome, as a family hearth, is now
nly a memory. They are deter'
nined that the wide world shall
e purified of that which must be
:he essential enemy of the home
id that the one nature of home
which is a place of peace and of
shelter from injury shall be pre.
served by them. Moreover they
mre content to give up their own
ase and pleasure and are pre
ared to make this great sacri
ice because at this hour we can
2t forget the terrible feature of
>ur time the increase of drunk
mess. What wonder then that
women should be arousedy What
vonder that they should band
hemselves together a great army
averywhere to do battle with the
reatest foe that the home knows.
And as I write these words J
pray that each woman may re
onscrate herself and go for
ard, not in her strength alone,
ot realizing that she has around
.er the power of the Highest.
[Bet that power overshadow us.
'his word is but a preparation
surely for wider work. There
;hose whose names we honor
md whose memories we cherish,
wvho we believe have learned sc
ell their lessons here that they
ire entrusted and to teach in
hose wider realms beyond, and
s the name of Francis Willard
.s bound up with this world-wide
sincerety of women so I say let
2er motto be ours, everywhere at
ill times let us work and live in
;he spirit of it. "Womanliness
irst and afterwards what you
will;" for gentleness is our best
trength and love our most force
ul weapon and pity our most
~rized possession and our creed
he command of Christ to love
>ur brethren everywhere. Or
;anization is well: education ab
~olutely necessary; each depart
nent most important; but unless
;he Spirit is in the wheels the
great organization is but a hu
nan machine and the results are
Rrig your Job Work to The Times office.
NORTH AND SOUTH
andcomfort,equippedwitIthie t u1man
For rates;gh'daile-maps-or any informa
G3eneral Passenger Agent,
Wilmingtoe, N. C.
CAROLINA PORLAND CEMENT CO
CHARLESTON. S. C.
Sce Selling .gents
Fire Brick, Fire Tile, Arch
Brick, Bull-Head and
All Special Tiles.
ALSO FINEST PREPARED FIRE CLAY.
Carload Lots. Less Than Carload Lots.
DR. M OF FET Ts Chiera- n,
the Bowel Troubes of
Frl Children ofAny ge..
~ DiAi sZon, Reswzate
- " TETI NG.POWD IS te es :s
Costs Only 25 cets at c -g h hl ae
Or mal 25 cents to C. J. MOFFET M D. ST. LOUS .O.0.
OFIrvzc. D. EH.i y~n,. Secesyo S:ate. Ars=rm Tex,.Nov 21. LIMOO
I have foi.?~d Dr. Yoffctt': TjEETHIA a sLplengid reedy and a=d1for, tea thiniv children. T7ihen mny oldest
bo .:acthing child, every suceeeda daywr us that we would inevitably lose him. I apndupon
TRET~lA. i~d c~anat oce a imi~trn t to him. and his Imen et was rmrk.% ia 24 hour. en from
ItUat d-ay onI b~ Ivpac! I have constaintly kept it and user lsic ihm hlrn adhv ae vs
p ems nSundi:4: its poLses to all mor of young children. I found It naU1129 enatr h eehn
Cures Eczema, Itching Humors, Pimples and
Carbuncles.-Costs Nothing to Try.
1;0 B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) is now recog
nized as a certain and sure cure for cezema.
itching skin. humors. scabs. scales, watery blis
ters. pimples. aching bones or joints, boils, car
buncles. prickling pain in the skin. old, eating
sores, ulcers. etc. Botanic Blood Balm taken
internally. cures the worst and most deep-seated
Cases by enriching, purifying and vitalizing the
blood. thereby giving a healthy blood supply to
the skin. Botanic Blood Balm is the only cure,
to stay cured. for these awful. annoying skin
troubles. Heals every sore and gives the rich
glow of health to the skin. Builds up the
broken down body and makes the blood red and
nourishing. Especially advised for chronic, old
cases that doctors,. patent medicines and hot
springs fail to cure. Druggists. *I. To prove
B. B. B. cures, sample sent free and prepaid by
writing Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta. Ga. Describe
trouble, and free medical advice sent in sealed
letter. For sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug
Low Round Trip Rates Via Atlantic Coast
Line From Sumter, S. C.
14.20-Washington, D. C., and return
Annual Convention Grand Foun
tain United Order True Reform
ers, September 1st to 8th, 1903,
with return final limit to reach
starting point not later than Sep
tember 10, 1903.
A Special Validating Agency
under the charge of Joseph Rich
ardson, Special Agent, will be lo
cated in the Station, 6th & B.
Streets, Washington. D. C., and
will be opened one hour before
the schedule time of departure of
each train, August 30th to Sep
tember 10th, inclusive. On those
dates no other Agent in Wash
ington will be authorized to vali
date the return portion of these
$16.15-Batimore, Md., and return.
Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd
Fellows. Tickets on sale SeD
tember18th, 19th and 20th. Tick
ets must be deposited with Joint
Agent immediately upon arrival
in Baltimore, and upon payment
of $1.25 at time of deposit limit
will be extended to leave Balti
more not later than October 3rd,
W. J. CRAIG,
General Passenger Agent.
.J. T. CHINA, Agent.
Ban th The Kind You Has Always Bought
EM id Be Merr
COME TO THE
EARLY JUNE PEAS, FANCY
SWEET CORN, BARTLETTE
PEARS, CALIFORNIA PEACHES,
All kinds of Flavorings, Candies,
Crackers of all kinds, and fresh.
Catsups, Pickles, Wlince Meat, very
eboice Apples in quart cans, Tapioca,
Vermicelli, Postum Cereal, Cigars
The best of Groceries, and Vegeta
bles of every variety.
The finest grades of Tea and Coffee,
Housekeepers, give me a trial and
I will please you.
P. B. MOUJZON.
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against the
estate of David N. Gamble, deceased,
will present them duly attested, and
those owing said estate will make pay
HENRY G. DENNIS,
New Zion, S. C., August 12, 1903.
ft..K Dean's Shop
For the best Repair Work on Wagons,
Buggies, Carts, etc.
Eorszeshoeing a Specialty.
You can get an allround job of first
class work on Horseshoeing for 80 cts.
See me and get your work done first
class and cheap. .
Manning, S. C.
New Tailor Shop.
I have opened a new Tailor Shop in
the building on corner opposite Hotel
Come and give me a trial, I give
good work and guarantee satisfaction.
Manning, S. C.
SEVENTY-FIVE DOLLARS for a
ten acre lot on EASY PAYMENTS.
For terms and booklet address
THE CUBA REAL ESTATE-ASSOCIATION,
27 Obispo street,
Northwestern R."R.*'f . C.
TomI TmADF. No. 7,
in e tt Sun dayi, Jan. 15, 1902.
.Mixr-d--Daily exrept Snnday.
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7 25 10 35 -..Remberts.. 7 40 4 43
7 35 10-10 .. Ellerbee .. 7 30 4 38
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8 00 11 15 Ar..Camde-n..Le 700 415
(S G, & G Er Depot)
P 31 P1i A M P M
De..tweeni Wilcon's 31i1 and Sunate~r.
Southbloun '1. Northbond.
No. 73. l)aily excet Sutnday No. 72
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3 03 ...N WV Junction... 11 42
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'ros. WILSON, Preidnt
Watches and Jewelry.
I want.my friends and the public generally to know that when in need of a
Wedding, Birthday or Christmas Present,
That in the fnture, as well as the past, I am prepared to supply them. My line of
Watches Clocks Sterling Silver Dramonds Jewelry Cut.Glass
Fine China Wedgewood Spectacles and Eye Glasses
Is couiplete, and it will afford me pleagure to show them.
Special and prompt attention given to all Repairing in my lino
at prices to suit the times.
Atlantic Coast Line U~I Ef~~'M SUMTER,
Watch Inspector. L. W . FOLSOM, S.C.
Nature's Greatest Remedy
FOR DISEASES OF THE
Liver, Kidneys, Stomach
Physicians Prescribe it,
Patients Depend on it, and
Everybody Praises it.
FOR SALE BY
w.MI. BE ROwN eC CO.
The Mind 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.
What is CASTORIA
Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, givig healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The M~other's Friend.
CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kinid Youllave Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.