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MANNING, S. C., M AY 1, 1912
Publishes Al! County and Town Of
Every week we are get
ting from the farms,
SNAP BEANS. I
lExoct to hav e Tomatoes
for Saturday. Phone us.
*We'll have it if its to be had.
Manming will soon have a miovmg
It is rumored that we w hare a!!
aay and~ all night current i huear
Mrs. Jaimes Simmoris of Statesbu-.
is visiting' er bro'the, r. M F.P- 13r
gess. and her sitrs.
The igh : sr chi(' : ': n
afternoona: on Friday ' bo i.
death of ' eaie
ed a::u:w stok of paayi irc
day. and hs eoadiUi. is '. mig
Th .r e::s of Mr. .Joh . la :
who is s ti :1te hosp a ~ i: t"r.
Cii . . 11 Da i f iv r
offie o . onysprio.a
Mrs I Vrhst re
acou', :I: b ras
very 10c. purchase we ar
t our customers started s
r Cash on our entire Stoci
Dw Is The CL
Dollar worth 81.25. Greatest
dvantage of this Sale, save i
erchandise and save time.'. il
d secure Valuable Premiums.
uchase in addition to regular
fail to see our Extra Bar
Bargain Table at less the
The te-c ers f om the u
raded school that attended the conven
on in Gharleston had a profitable as)
el as a delightful time. They return
d home Saturday night.
Solicitor P H. Stoli is a candidate
for re-election, and makes his announce
et in THE TIxES this week. M17
Sol has been the Solicitor for the past
four years and vwe doubt that he has an
ppostion, at least, we have had no
ntimation there would be any.
Mr. and MIrs. T. M1. Kennedy wno
were married in Sumter by R-ev. F. H.
huler last Wednesday, after a visit to
harleston returned home Saturday
night and they wiil make their home
at Sardinia where Mr. Kennedy is en
aged in the mercantile business.
We are giving to our readern the list
of delegates as we could get them, bu
e are sorry to say that the secretaries
ae not all sent them to us. It would
bave been a 'easure coul we have
ubshed a full and complete roUl o
the convention in advance of itsas
THF. TIMES editor desires it, to be
fally understood that he proposes to
ave his choice in the matter of can:i
dates for otlice, a right he accords t
every one else, but that he does not:n
tend to be an active parisaa in couty'
airs. Ram~fors to tne contrary are,
and will be absoutely false.
Di not fail to ra thec specia: saie au
vertiseent of the Rigby Dry Goodis
Comanvy.hi is- an. opportunn'y to
buy gocds a' reduced pice xad at thme
Same ttimel Ce tra in . s,. ta~tnt- whien
ill brin:g back good returns Ret-e
br the'IRiEby Dry Goods _Company
er put on sales but wihat :s carrieu:
ot as advertised.
TE TIMES has been requesta, .o a u
euce that Presiden- E. WV. Dtbbs of
the Farmuers Iunion wVili deliver an ad
ess be~are .he Unioin of Sumt:-r coun
eqete'o reproduce from thle Nes
aud (:uieur ofIh th* ins., 1)r Dabb
lon. .lams IN-ave - th mad there
e dothi:k whneve any on
:-.e and . : :o r-' uir - 'a ) to re \a' w
b . C . ICJ I
> giving S. & H. Green Tra
aving Stamps we will pu-'
i. and in addition to requi
Biargains ever offered
noney, secure Big Bar- ev
I your Book with S. &
10 Free Stamps with to
lain Counter. We have 1
n 1-2 the cost price. Do
In Loving Remembrace
In loving rememobrace of our belo0
ed sister, Mrs. Sallie Goodwvin. wife ofj
S. 1. Goldwin, aeparted this life at the1
hospital in Charleston, Saturday. Aprill
20th. All was done for her that loving
hands and medical skill could do. but
God saw lit to take this loving blossom
so fresh and gay to bloom in His garden
of Paradise. We miss her at her home.
we miss her at every side. She was a
loal church member at Pine Gro-:e
lurch. shec was a loving mother and
a devmed- wife. She leaves to mourn
her sadl.s a husband andJ two daugh
ters. ene~ sister, M1rs. Daisy Dennis, one
broh:r. . A. Mori is. and a poor neart
brokn mother, M1rs. Jane Green. be
sda host of friends, also the Wood
men Circle. she was a loyal member and
fficer, she held the Inner Sentical omtce
for the past three years. We miss her
it her seat., we feel we are at a loss, we
look for her comning but she comes not.
we listen for her drar sweet voice butI
it is orever silent, God doeth all thingfs'
ror the best,. She was laid to restat
Pine Grove Cemetery by her fraternal
der the Woodmen Circle. The trib
te of Ilowers were numeroas and beau
We weep for he:r, no tender Sovereig,
E'er made man's zireside bright:
No more devoted mother love,
E'er kept home al ter tires all night:
nd she is with the Anigel host,
With sinless heart and stainless hand
\Viing to meet the frieudis to come.
To that brig'ht and happy land.
Farewefl dear Sovereign sweet thy rest.I
Weary with years and worn with posin:
r'arewell till in sameI happy place,
WVe shall behold. thy face again:
'i!s ours to mniss thee all our years.
And tender memories of thee keel):
Thine in the Lord to rest. for so.
He givetq his beloved sleep.
\eep :w t that her toil are ovet,
non' not that her race is run:
.,od g.ran we um r::t est as ealhn;iy.
When... nr' * work. ilk hers, is done;
Tl tio w yed wit lnes
Our' :- er-'ign to 1inm wo keep:
Pefl be~ thy ilen . luber
peafefi thy gr:ave s~ low:
Thuno oe our sorrows= know:
*.ag Ve hope) , to mee4 thee,
WRhen the der of Ufe i
vie.C W. Dnnis D. L. Gron
Death of r. -A. P.1
n rauch eurch. Rev K izecn
..ue~td heXLO serice, epeu bdavr
ding Stamps. These Si
on a Big 10 Day Bargail
ar Stamps. one for eac.
We are showing the larges
r handled and the Line is pr
thers. 15 Per. Cent Off. S
hoes. Mens' $5.00 Shoes ai
.3.00. All $3.50 cut to $: 0
nter at 98c. pair.
one through our Stock
n't miss it.
IT PAYS TI
S..Gem Sc0 .' C s s
Salem schor-I. 1 t : by1 Si is
Ridgill, had its el-an:.: ex-. es F
a evening, Ap l :. This wa
irst time the soo hatshad closiog e~x
rcises, anid every (ne cotnnected wit.
te school deserve a great dea! of cr eal
or its sucess. Thle trustees anai pai!
rons of the school arc taking a grea
deal of interest in it., and .\Iiss Ridgill'
years work was rewarded by her re
eetion to teach another year. 3Mr
uh Hardy. one of the tra-ees, pre
sided. Following' is nh reramf:
Sons -Ole Man 3xuon..... ... ..
....B Vera Flemming and Chorui
ecitation-i> in Time.. Lillian Hard,
ablau.........otre Sweet Homt
Tabeation-A Peeik into the Future.
.... . . ... .... ... ..8: four Boy
usic.... .. .... .....-....By lian.
I can hardly wait uuti! I become a mn:u
Dialogue-Pete; me~n P'roposal...
Fannie Flemin-: ai Mariou Erau
Duet-Quit That Tiicklintr Me..--.
Nellie G ibbons and .JohnI Hugh H ard~
Music........... ......... -. Ban!S
Laloue.... ...........o Pedler
Trio-Teting ou the Old Camp Groun!
Dr. Gamble. le-ss-s. Raieln h, Gibbon
ic ....... ... .....-....U Bam
ecitation-Patter~ of the Shingle...
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Elo: Eva
~ou-Bonni.) Bhne Flag... 'ie Bo;
Ren ation -Beautiful Som... .
............ Fn ie F~ ..mmni
oczIi Solo-Beaut iful PUs. --
..............3 . H~aleigh Gibb
e itaton-The Se nses......
................Fu Little Girl
ndian .\lotion Song-Red\' ing..
....... .E gh i rl o ri
etaion- er)x y . ta a
a n ,sG vbn. a.:i Ia c o
va ad 1.: *y .
Wn'nts Marriage Ar.u.le -Wi s Head Ba
en-. A 1 i e uT
-ane own:oth het) in 1 he a
ast rt Io:T.0 :hi if of co n balb
a-le shc Wic :h cln'ai clerk
few' daysc- bute wh: I- a iifI~~c I I
t..ne wo- I- nm' at nd for.
amps have a splendid Pren
1 Sale. Beginning Thursday
I1.0c. purchase. we give a I
ns in Shoes!
and best Lii of Shues we h
acicallv unbroken. All styles
ave from 15.7 to 75-. (n every
84.25. All :r. W) Shoes redu
One Bigt Lot Shoes on Bam
and selected all the Short
O TRADE A'
It Had No Significarce.
In yesterday's News an! Courier,
from Alcolu there aupeurs the state
ent that *One signiiieant fact was the
defeat of S-nator Apet as a delegate
from t:]e rmers Platformi Club."
There was uo paurtisan divisioc in the
club, and so far as the writer* has been
.able to learn. no fight was made to pre
vent Senator Appelt from going to the
jconvntionf. He. totrether with some
thirty odd was put ia nomination and
most'everybody voted without any fixed
purpose other than to till out their tick
Iets as the names occurred to them. It was
a oto oasyupes ballot, and he
lacked afew votes of being among the
chosen. If there was a purpose to de
feat Senator Appelt, some of Jludge
Jones' most ardent supporters did not.
know it. because they vote~d for him.
and too, there was no indication of such
a purpose at the meeting. The corres
pondent is mistaken when be says "the
Farmers Ptatfojrm Cluty is comnposea
strictly of Tillmanites," the club has
many ~on its roll who have never been
identined with what is known as the
Tilmanites. At the meetiug there was.
a majority who are Senator Appelt's
Istrongest ~supporters, and too, we think
it. is coceded that a majority at the
meeting are supporters, of Governor
ease. Keep the reco ra straight.
No Ei1ection on the Liquor Question.
There i-s not likay to be an election
on the dispens-ary quest*in 'i' Cthi ou.
t tis yer1.if ouri i nmation is cor
reet.We ar informed that the pi
**ionu contin a little '7s. than A)00
dis qual1ied nmes come 'ait': re
dce the numbier belowi' the~ one-fiurth
as required' by law .~ Th p.tt. was
"iveu to parties who agreed t irulate
but they did' no' dO o e-':eep: in at few
voer'I h ir y \:: g 2. 1.::y to
by a .en[ eman who' has eei
There's No Pro
u nnn D;S C
T B~T WE AND KiDNEYS
iumn Value and we want 3
'. ay 2nd and Continuini
~onus of 10 Free Stamps c
ad Silks, Domestics, Liner
cd tions. Fancy Goods, Un
thing throughont entirc
Ends. Broken Sizes. Etc..
Old Egyptian Perfumes.
Priests in Egypt, who were the sole
depositaries of science, knew the se
cret of aromatic substances and pre
pared them themselves. Egyptian
perfumes acquired great celebrity, es
pecially those made in Alexandria.
R~eserved originally for religious rites,.
perfumes su2bsequently became of cur
rent use among the wealthy classes.
During banquets they were diffused!
through the halls and were burnt inj
profusion. The Israelites during their
sojourn in Egypt adopted the use of!
romatic substances primarily for re-1
l!gious purposes and afterward for
personal usage. The Greeks, who
loved elegance, were especially ad
icted to the use of perfumes, and
hey taught their secrets and usage
o the Romans, who were not content
o use merely the perfumes of the
rient-aloes, myrrh, incense and nard
-but also made perfumes similar to'
hose of the present day--scents of
illies, lavender, roses and thyme.
They were waiting for dinner, and
he virtuoso, who was to play after
ward at the musicale, was whiling
way the time at the piano. "How
would you like a sonata before din
ler?' he asked.
"Hfardly," returned the host. "I had
four on the way home."
A Happy Ending.
"Has your new novel a happy end
"Very. The judge awards my hero
ine 850,000 a year alimony in the clos
ing chapter."-Detroit Free Press.
(KW 68 18
rou to get started savin
110 Days. We reduce the
n every Dollar Cash spE
s, White Goods. Laces. Emb
brellas, Etc., 15 Per Cent.
stock. 15 Per Cent. Off for Co
of everything in the store
Study and Discipine.
By the toilsome road of study a
cholar learns to get joy out of books
ad stones and trees. By the hard
oad of discipline a man learns to get
oy out of everyday living.
He Saw it.
"There was a terrible accident at our
ouse last night," said a wag. "As T
was sitting In the dining room I hap
ened to look out, and I saw the kitch
To somie the past gives only regret,
the present sorrow, the future fear.
RUTh CHAPTER, NO. 40,
SROY AL ARCH MASONS
Reua Meeting. Second Men
d..y in Each Month.
HA.TON DURANT, FRED LsEEsNEt
Hirh Priest. Secrtary.
.Ianin hg Chnoktc'r, No. 19
"Order of East ern Star."
Regular Meeting, First Tuesday
in each Month.
(Miss) SUSIE H.ARVIR. Scc.
S.PETER'S, NO. 54,
Next Meeting, WVednesday, S:00,
F.. C. Degree to te Conferred.
L' Wo~V.LFk. W. 3!. E. J. BROWN~E. Sec.
_ _ NG
...ricae for thercfCeko or o
off.h EDeory-cPiay Ihrb n
shnc._ _ef caddtefrr-ee ]ont h
IAA CANDIDATES F I
of Cu the ouperviofo Clereno Coutyo
CaedCutsubject to the rules of theDecrtcaty
PAEGTOIEB THE EANETSOICEATONO
myfisIanounce myself a a andidae-reeecint h
dat ofount Supervisor o Clarendon County, b
suject to the rules of the Democratic party.
FW.N . EVI.
A TSTHEERNESDET SOFLECATION.O
myat frd anelctoncte mef aCunty
aefrSupervden of EdCarenon ouet, toubh
ect tondh rulats oernu Democratic piay
primaies.. . RAWNE.
'O S ORINTEHERTIF.UCTI
ISHBJECY TNOUCE MSEF A DEMO
ddforeelection to the oieri of Courendo
primariesE. . GAMBLW E.
* FOR SHEIITF.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
J.didate for re-election to the offce of SoLX-..tor
of Third Judicial Circuit, subject to the rut--s of
the Dmocratic prmr.PII H. STOL.L.
For Sale or Rent-One or both of my
houses near the court house squ;are.
Lucile W. Fladger.
Itch r-elieved in 30 minutes by W.:ol
Sold by Dickson Drug Co., druggist<.
Mrs. Ella C. Alsbrook offers for sue
er residence, the Academy buildag,
md. three tenant houses in this town.
Eer add ress is Spartanburg, S. C.
Farm Wanted -Several Marl boro
~armers bare asked to get, them fa-ms
.n Caredon. Write me what you
:iave and be-st price. R. Cosby Newon
Bennetsville. S. C
Lost-A White Pointer Bird I'07.
narked with liver color head andt c.-s,
ye- pot nearl tail. and on both side X
>o.v. Rewamri wil he paid to iipder. A.
I. Waltr. Silver. S. C.
\. It-terd Spanish Jack-I hae
n-e li-isrtered Spanish Jack which
w:t K-r those have desiring his .ar
Lie - i.x spiendid animal with a
omd re-or. A pply to J. E. Cousar.
arii.S. C. .
Fr "ale-One lot in the Town of
orelon. containing two acres, wr~ aa
we in'r thereon. and a tract of it-d
e-r For estun containing ten acres. c.l
be said proper-ty is deeded to Zi;.ek
3room. and will 'ce sold on reaon:.:le
erns. Address Louis Broom. .::n
ting, S .
Notice To Tax Payers.
I will be at the City Hall, Manning.
h C. from May 15th, to June 1st:.
912 for the purpose of tarkin 'ax
etur.< for thet town, for the y-r:
P12. he penarilty of 25 per eeist, wai
Saddel~d for all non1 returns. By or
ter of Council. T. M. WELLS,