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\ANNING, S. C., APRIL 30. 1913
-ublishes 411 County and Town Of
manning Chapter. Noe 11
'Order of Bastern Star.
Regular Meet ng, First Tuesda
in each Month.
M (s) M. SMITH. W. .
RUTH CHAPTER, NO. 40,
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
'la Regular Meeting. Second MeNz
day in Each Month.
CHARLTom DuRAT, FRED Lszit
High Priest. Secrtary
ST. PETR'S LODGE,
Meets Wednesday Evening. April30
Gt Masters' Degree Conferred.
E. C. HORTON, W. X,
E. J. BROWNE. Secretary.
Twenty Feet Long.
Packed in a Bag.
Regular 50c. to ,
Price 35c. Each
ManniIg Grocery Co
Mr. A. 13 Galloway of Clinton is in
Manning on a fishing trip.
The Woman's Missionary Society. of
the M.-thodit chureh, will m-et ex'r
Friday afternoon diree-tlv alter the
Mayor Gibbes of Columbia and Prof.
Rncker of the South Carolina Uniser.
gity spent several days at Martin's lake
'ass week fishing.
Mesdames C. E. Harvin and A. S.
Todd returned home Monday from
St. Chariew where they have been at
tending the mtiionary meeting.
Magistrate Bradham has -o far re
Covered from his recent illness that w
took fir ham to be out at his post soon,
which i.s gratifying to his friends.
Prof J. G Clinx~cales5 of Woafford
gpollege. and a candidate for governor
wrill deliver the annual address at
the graded school commencement.
Do not forges, the flower and refresh
ment sate next Friday afternoon at
o'cl'ck a' 'he stoere recently occupied
by ah- R gb.. Dry Goods Company.
'f'!here will be servoces as the Epissm
1(Chapeil tomorrow afternoon as :3
. .It-v.- Mr Browno, from Porte
inoush, Va, officiating. Pubaic Invited
The commissioners of electiob will
meer in Manning next Tuesday to can.
vass the returns of last Tuesdas's elee
tion and certify them to the Secretari
Ev'ey buox for the several precincts
in thi, county went out hut all of tbe
votes eas- did not. amount to what il
cost to y-St :hem, however, the iaw bac
to be complied with.
GO the 12rh, of this month Mr. Jacei
Clark while at she Alderman Sons Co.,
saw mall looking after some timber wa
painaully nurt by being struck with a
board from a he .cdge saw. His leg wa
broken above the knee.
Judge R. W Memminger has beet
grauaed a three- moth-.leave of absenoca
from the State. and he anad his famiac
sailed yeesterday for France. where the
Judge's mother is visiting Mr. Lucie:
Memminger, who is vice couusel gen
eral at Paris.
The special election. yesterday wal
withot excit'tment ori interest, in the
town is was haardly noticeable that a:
ein-tion Was in pro:ress, and many o
those who did ve.te were re-quested td
do s' Ina thae county the same indiff
erence was the rule
It is atsy h: it h-nlitrains i.poura
lst we ek we read no trouble in ge-itina
a fuill editsron with goou n.-ws) matter
but this week the-re is a dearth of new:
- ar~d it is one of she difflcutiesof a news
pap.-r to get up master of interest whea
there is nothing to fl..d.
We dire-ct atten' ion to tho advertise
ment ot J M. Chandler. c.O.nier, Sum
ser, S C He mak-s .a specaist o
St yleplus COkahing ii this issue, arid hr
alseo carries a fuil line of everit thing ii
clothing andi aents' furnishings Tha:
is a reputable bouse und our reader:
are invraed to call on him.
The ladies of the Civic League air
afti-re more "ma-n" to help thbem carr'
-.- ut their Mche-mes to be-autifyi the town
on nlext Fridas afternoon at 3 o'hclc
thb- y wall have a flower sale at wh-cl
there wl s rye refreshments, which ci
caurs.., wall be soltd also. The plae<
whcerethais w all take prace is in the stire
recenrtly oe'cupied by the Rieg Dr;
Go' d, Company. Let ev, ry bod y pa.
roanize the e ladies and help them il
their goal work.
THE TnM ed itor recei ved from Mis
R D. Evans, Elf Chattanoaoa. Tenn.,
copy of '-The Law of Magii~rates,
which -he is t he aeuthoar ref. andr it is it
dee-d a valuable podudctiona arnd in oui
opan oca. no tawyer ocr Ia' mn shou d b
witheout., this excellent volumnn. Tra
autraer-rss is a South Carolinian, a t'
y-r by proferson. and oane of the mos
sch.ay esourg women is h st-ver bee
our~ paltrasure to meet. Thec gift is bigt
ly appreciated by us.
We do not like to be coansrant.'y urg
i! cur -.unseribers toa send us money
bar w- iave beera entirely le-nient in ti
m ..t r of subscript ion-, and as the pc'r
tal an h is iaes have a.wurm- d jurisair
tona ov- r a be tists of ne-w-pape-rs. ra
quir a g all n--wspap -rs to noaw carry 0
the-se .ist baames "ho are in arreat
more than a ye-ar, we would respectfu
ly urge rh-se whao are behina with t:
to se-cd us enoux h to a: last -kee p trhei
subscri,,riinns from being ove-r dua- mor
tha, one .Serr We shall regiardI it,
personual fav- r if all of oaur readers wi
icok at ti- labe:, it wils indrcate 1
therr w hern th.-ir subscription e-xuirer
aznd posr-ul, save us ne emnbara.-met:
of striking their name-s ohf. We~ dro n
want. to lose a subscriber, it, is a part 4
our business, but the postal laws fort
us to t~ake de-linquents otT, andl we mu:
do at or tatte the chane.-s of having tk
Our readers will be pleased to read in
this newspaper-the half page advertise.
ment of The D. J 9hanler Clothin
t ompany, of Sumter. Mr. D. J. Cban
ler. the manager of this splendid store,
was in Manning a few .days are and he
expressed hims.-df d.lighted with the
busines he received from Manning and
C:arendon eounts. He- says that a large
protgoittn of hi, immen.e busine s
c .me from I bis county. and that. hr at
teinutes it to the manner in which the
y people are treated at his store, they get
first class goods at the ,very lowest
p--ices, and the newest-of tyles. There
is not a he'ter burini-s< hous- in the
State than this on-, it is up-to-date in
every way and no one can go there to
look for an article that is kept by a first
class haberdasher and clothing store
but he comes away having found what
he or she wants. K. ai th- I.,rge adver
Ltse m-nt in thi. i-sue. and if .mu are in
line for busines go to Sumter and ex
amine the offerings of this establish
ment. It will pay you.
Get on Your Merit.
The hot footed expedition going on
after names to petitions for the Mao
ning nosimasterehip is amusing, the
petitioners are taking thems. Iv. v.-ry
eriously, the' would create the ito
pi esion that unless they get the p:a.e
the mail service will stop instanter. In
th- ir eagerness to present a large pe.
tition, we are told that some of them
have even gone out and scrap.d the.
rural routes for signatures, that. Davis
Station and Summerton even, has not
been neglected. Oh well, Uncle Sam is
not much for the petition business, but
when he does feel like considering a
petition te frequently sends on- of his
of icer, connec.ed with the po-ta' ser
vice to investigate-, wh. n that eelflt- r
tinds the petitioner has been :ryeg to
work the largei. signed petition rack.-t,
it has a frost etffect upon the app'ieant,
and that special oni.-er places his stark
of disapproval on it. We would sug
gest, if they will so permit, that. the
petitioner s confine their appeals for
signatures to bana fide pa'rons of the
office; rural roues are not. c anusdere"
patrtn:s of tie oUfce, hecau-e the e i av
been pn-.vided a -p-veal serv ce, a, d
too, we would suggest that the appli
c.ants will not pla upon the t ejeudice
of tIhose who do not. like THE nIMES
editor, or try to secure aignat.ures ite
profes.ing friecd'hip for that individ
The mail will continue to arrive and
toe erliv rod ju-t as it ha- ta. a fer it..
Past ineteen years ald more, whether
any of the preent. auplieants get r-e
ognition from Uncle S".m or not.. Tbere
fore, the-re is no need to rush things
unnecessaril. fast by ettit-g the world,
the fi-sb, and the devil to sign pe t
t ions. as we suspect, the applicants now
so active will have information of an
enlightening nature befoare there is ant
e ti..n taken at Wa.hiuc on with r. -
gatd io the Manning po-te.ice.
Th- fi'th dis-r icta oe-ta im. En h s
..t Pet- a- me:- with the Turbe-v.le
todge .estet day About forty delegat-a
and vis tors representing the different.
lodges throughout the district were
On Wednes..iy evening there was a
regular meeting of the local lodge. A
large number of visitors were on hand
to see Page S. W. Truluck advanced to
the rank of Esquire.
After the in e ing the members wi h
a-eir aueits pr.ac-eded to a t.eaeb. bat:
where a banquet had been pre.ared h%
the ladies of the town Thi. pro'-ed to
he one of abe mo-t important events o
the convention. The banquet. was th.
ieOt ever ser-ved by t~he loocie. G ""
Gr. en. chanc- ller ceomtmannler of the
Trurb. ville audge, welc-ometi t'ee de
gates to behalf of the secret orders and
the community. This was responded to
by district deputy, J C. Baskios, of
~Sisbopvitle. C. H. Wilson. Jas. C.
Br.,an, B. Wal-la, and La. E. Wo..dt al-.
made .Oe- a.:dre..-s. Ttee last 4ieake
of the evening was Dr Gao W-. Dick,
grand'chanacelor, of Sumter. Dr. Dick
was at. his best. and kept his hearers in
a crontinutous Up-oar for half an hour.
Tne executive se-saon of tne cotnV-t
tion was held y* stere'ae morning a' 10
e'lea-k, J. C Basins, presiding R.
ports' from the vatnou-. 1 d. es ,.howed
tritat. t he fitton di,.trict is neat. lagging be
itnd in the cause of Pet.huani-m B
Walsh and Jas. C. Bry3an, of Ganieceock
lodge, Sumter, were elected distrie,
aicputy grand chancellor and secretary.
r. spettivel'.. The place of thc- naxt
anenual metitng was no' .tecid-. d -epon.
G. W. GREEN.
Tur-bevile, S. C., April 25eti. 1913.
The farmers around here are mak
ing rapia preparations for the coming
There was an ice cream suimpe -given
at the Home Branch sc-hoot building
ltst Sa-urday eve .:ng, a' -he weather
proved fav.reb.e the-re was qi-t- a
cowd present. There was a b auciful
beix of ca--d, fuseed off, an.? h-- winane'
was Mis Euser Curt,,t . or thIis com
munit.'. Qatte a large sum wi- re-al-z
ed. ii wilt go as apaywment on the school
Miss Esthber Grah.m eaf Paxvill,.
I 2pent part. of a.'t w eek at. the home oef
he.- frienai. Mi-s Mausle Broad way.
Mtt'. Eine- G-bs >n..! h Sug ar Bra,,ch
neghburhooad. spent last week with
triends and relatives in this coammuni
t.y. Mis- Gibs an was etelighatfully' enter
'aine at. th-- home of her aunt., Mrs.
Ed ward Aner. we. l..st, Friday eve-nina!,
many we-re pres--ut. ana games eaf alt
kinds wi-re ii ased toa their full--t cx
tent,. After'wards t icy we-re invited
into the dinnineg room wterte a sweet
course of =ce cream and cake was serv
ed. Everyone present. had a delighbtful
tim.- and went, home feesi-ter thney nad
- p.D ut a very pleasant e-v ning.
Mr Pet.e r er bett, whoa tas he-n suek,
la able eo e outaga'in GURLIE C.
Manning, S. C., R. F. D No 1.
The following progrram will be ren
dered at the schoeol autditorium next
Sunday evening a. 8:30 o'ekock:
The T-ell.'s Mes-ace
HE mn N 203
P aye~rcosR.-v La. B, McCord.
Sripturti Lesson by Rev G. P. Wat
Come Un'-. Me.
Ad-iress. E O Watson. D D -Know
ieg The Bible Ttrougrh Its Geat Per
Pra3 by Rev H. K. Williams.
Hi wn No. 55.
IYou are imo--t ceetdiaily inavin d teo our
Sunday senaeol on May 4 h, 4:30 p mn..
rto etnjea wi-h us -ut special Mothbers'
Dy exerc-ise-s. The prgrasm to be
gi e'. li eut it ed "De-aest an.? B--t"
I: poessiai~e wear the Me. biers' Day
foner, 'he w bit.- ia-na:ion. The- cot
lcti'on t-, be tak.-n wil be u-ed foar the
chureb pian.. fund We ttru-t that yoeu
esu he pr' sent, and we- pr-ay that the
d.x,' as iobs- rved, mai.' peove a ba-ssingr
to us all.
M B CORBETTr.
Paxv ille, Apr-i 28.
Honor Roll Big Branch School.
s First grade-A ice B semnan.
r Second grdde-Rmna d Be-atson.
SThird gradle-Roa. ra Rerry.
a Stta ed --B -,inardi Gtaso~n.
There is n- case en rtecord of a cough,
't cld or~ lat grtippe de-velo~pinar ino barot
t citis, pna-umoua tar e-enumptiiat afier
if Flt-v's Hianey and Tar Compvounzd has
e be--n'take-n The genuine is in a 3 ellow
it p aek a L e. Refuse substitutes. The
e Dickson Drug Co. Mantning, S. C.,
Mat1fates- repor for quarter end
ingsMa h'31st, 1913:
D. J. BBADEAM, MANNING.
For January, 1913.
The State vs. Flander Franklin.
fin ... . ...................$ 1000
The State vs. John Logan, cost... 3 60
'" " " Clarence James,
cost....... ........... 140
The State vs. John Locklair cost 350
' " " Thomas Baird cost :,40
" " " Henry Warner,
The State vs. Henry Felder, et.
al, cost ... . . .......... 640
The State vs. J. J. James, cost.. 2.30
" " " Allen Western,
coat.......... .. .... ....-g . 4 20
The State vs. Cantev Williams.
cost ...... . ........... 1440
The State vs. Calhoun Dyson,
cost ..... ............. ... 40
The State vs. Willie Lord, cost. 7.01
" " "' Agnes Washing
ton, fine... ............. 1000
The State vs Allen Dickson cost 1 ?0
" " " J H White, cost. 1.40
a " " Willie Loyd, cnst 40
" " " Daniel Ragan fine 20000
. " " Wallace Gayman,
cost ...... ...............500
The State vs. B. M. Haley, cost 40
". ", " W. M. Pauline,
cost.............. ... 1.40
The State vs. Guy Franklin cost 1.70
Total.........................$ 75 21
For February. 1913.
The State vs. James Davis cost. $ 640
4 ~ "6 Ed Nelson, cost .. 1.80
4_ " " William Miller,
The State- vs. Abe Rhame and
James Davis. fine............ 1000
Tbe State vs. Louis Broom, cost 2 60
" ". " Sam Davis. cost... 440
"" " 6" Willie Miller cost 180
" " " A. E. Broadway,
cost....... ... ...........320
The State vs. Sol MeElvine, fine 2000
4' " " Jos M. Bell, post. 180
" " " Mack Tomlin, c.st 300
-" " " July Ludd. cost... 180
- t" -Harman Hatfield.
cost......... ............ 180
The- State vs W K. W.ters fine 750
"" "" '" Dallas Rivers fine 7 .50
"' "4 " Boston Pressley.
cost...... ................ 40
The State vs. Willie Brown cost 3.40
" "' " Willie Washing
=On. c*ost............. ........ 5.10
l'he Stale vs Allen and Vernon
Hotegios, fine. ............ 20 00
The State vs. Bi.lie S. rvan's.
fine .......... .... ..... . 25.00
No report for March.
M. D. BAIRD. TUBERTILLE
For January. 1913.
rhe State vs. Mack James;. fiose.$ 25 00
" " as " Sylvester Lew is, y
cost-......... ... ........ 365
The State vs. E. I. Drigeers cost 260
" "" " Willis McCray,
1 t .... . ... 200
Trn. State vs. Frank Ham, fine.. 20.00
For February, 1913.
The State vs. Levi Fleming costS 2.65
" " " Jessie Hancock
and Davis Fry, cost........... 65
The State vs. Levi Fleming cost 265
Total ....................... $ 5.95
For March, 1913
The State v... Moses Mack, fine..$ 20.00
J. A BROWN, PAXvLLE.
January and part February. 1913
ihe Stare vs John McDufy
H.mptdsn. cost.. ...........8 1.40
rute State vs Mazarine Gamble,
cost.......... ........ ...... 40
Total ....................8 1.80
L.. S. BAEWICK. PAXVILLE.
JaOnarv and p.rt Faeuary, 1913.
be State vs Dave Pack, fine.. 30.00
" " "Nelson Watson,
fine..... ................ .5000
The State vs. .James Burgess
fine...... ................. 2500
he Stat.- vs. George Williams,
fine......... .... .......... 25 00
Total.... ..... .... .....130 00
W E. FLEMINw, NEW ZION.
For January. 1913
The' State vs Grant Bal'ard cost $ 1.70
Nothing for February.
J E. RIcHaoURG, FoRESTON.
For January, 1913
The St ate vs. Riley Evans, cost.$ 1 40
Nothbing for February.
For March, 1913.
The State vs. S H. Cia-k, tine.. 500
Total................. $ 640
A. .1. RICHBOURG. S. .nMraToN.
For January, 1913.
The State vs. Jim Junius, fine. .8 25 00
For F-bruary. 1913
The State vs Phillup White fine 2500
For March, 1913.
Tne State vs Albert McKnigrht,
fine........... ....... ..... 500
The ~state vs. Charity Convers,
fine. ...................... 5.00
The State vs. Dennis Johnson,
The State vs. Foster Folder, fine 10 00
A. P. TOOMEE, PINEWOOD.
The St ate vs. W ashb Johnson
co........ ..............$ 1.440
Te State vs. John Thompson,
fine.............. .. ..... 5.001
TheL State vs Lucius Geddings,
cost.................. ... ... 40
Total........ ....... ...$ 6.40)
L. L WEL.LS,
Clerk and Treasurer's
Report for Quarter Ending April 1st,
Balance .... ............. 4.911 05
Taxes.......... .......... 117 34
Licenses......... ........ 1.854 50)
Fines........ .... ..... 111 54)
Water lent..... ..... .....15 0(1
Salaries..................$S 681 55
Electric Lights ... ......... 607 00)
Streets ......... ..... .... 258 62
Fir.' Department....... .... 172 99
G S. Jackson, reboring well 76 61
W. M. Shannon, Estimating
Light Plant............... 31 00)
l.ruis Levi, Suit Policeman 34 00)
D Hlra'chtann., Suit Police
Standard Oil Co . Oil .... ....4 40)
J. Newton Johnson, Expense 7 25
Paving................ .... 40 0t
Freight on Disinfectants ..12 90
A H Breedin. Coal............ 8 99
Refund. flue. Henry Frierson 1 50
Refund on Taxes, L McIntosh 1 50)
Chats. Knott. Telegram.... 64
Balance ou Hand..........5.036 44
State.of Sooth Carolina,
County of Clarendon.
IPersonally appeared before me'T
M4 Wells, Clerk of Town, who being
duly sworn, says, that the above re
prt is trite and correct as shiown by
his hooks of account. T. 14. WELLS
Sworn to before me this 26th day
of April, 1913. C. W. W ELLS.
Notary Public for S. C,
L";I.ECT RIC THE O
. For Sale-150 bu.d-s Cow Pens at
S150 per bushels. Address, J. H. Hales
Foreston, S. C.
Itch relieved in 30 minutes by Wool
ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails.
Sold by Dickson Drug Co., druggists.
5 or 6 dose. 666 will break any. case
of Chills and Fever; and if taken then
as a tonic the Fever will not return.
Boys' washabl' suits, all szes. 3 to
10; all prices, as follows, 48c., 72c.. 89c.
Extra values at 8104, one dollar and
four cents and one dollar and thirty
eight cents, 81.38. Joseph M. Chandler,
Sumter, S. C.
Anything you want in sheet music
S I. Till has it. All 25c. music 15c.
50c. music 25c. by mail postpaid. This
department is in charge of Mrs. W. F.
Ducker, phone 690 Sumter, S. C.
Sweet Potato Plants-Three Million
Nancy Hall and Pumpkin Yam Potato
Plants ready for April and May deliv
ery Price $1.50 per M , over Five M.
$1.40. R. D Altman, Wauchula, Fla.
Farm ,Wanted-Several Marlboro
farmers have asked to get them farms
in Clarendon. Write me what you
have and best price. R. Cosby Newton.
Bennettsville. S. C.
On all ladies' Oxfords. We have them
in all styles, lace, pump or button, tan
or patent. gun metal, vici kid or white
canvas. Five days' sale. All $1.50 and
$1.15, exclusive price, 81.26; all $250
and 82 75, exclusive price, $1.98; all
83 00 and 83 25 values, exclusive price,
$2 48; all $3.50 values, exclusive price.
$2.89. All ladies' high cut shoes at same
reduction. Yours to please, Joseph M.
Chandler, Sumter, S. C.
GOT DRUNK ON A BEEFSTEAK
And Also on Overstrong Tea and Even
on Cold Water.
According to a house surgeon in a
London hospital. it is not necessary to
take strong drink at all in order to be
drunk. Cases have been known in
which patients have got drunk on a
beefsteak after having been for many
weeks on a very light diet The in
toxication in these cases showed it
self in a slight dizziness and drowsi
ness and indistinctness of speech.
Similar cases have been known in
which the only intoxicant has been
strong tea. In fact. there are instances
in medical books of exceptional people
Is whom the constant use of over
strong, overdrawn tea has brought
about distinct symptoms of delirium
Perhaps the most curious sort of In
toxication on record is that In which
the only intoxicant is cold water drip
ping from a water tap into the ear.
In Germany a few years ago quite a
number of morbid people had a crav
ing for this curious way of inducing
drunkenness. but it seems to have been
The drip of the water is said to
cause a painful boiling sensation at
first and then to cause a pleasant drow
siness. ending in deep sleep. When
the victim is roused he is dull and stu
pid in manner, like a heavy drinker.
This craze makes its victim a nervous
wreck in a very short time.- Pearson's
RIDING THE SURF.
Riotous Sport In the Breakers That
Lash the Coast of Hawaii.
-One of the novel pleasures in which
most travelers indulge while in Hono
?ulu Is surf riding at Waikiki. near
D~iamond bead," writes .Iohn Bur
roughs in the Century. -'The sea, with
a Boor of lava and coral. is here shal
low for a long distance out. and the
surf comes in at Intervals like a line
of steeds canteing over8aplain. We
went out in our bathing suits In a
long. heavy dugout, with a native
oarsman in each end.
"When several hundred yards from
shore we saw on looking seaward the
long, shining billows coming. where
upon our oarsmen headed the canoe
toward shore and plied their paddles
with the utmost vtgor. uttering simul
taneously a curious, excited cry. in a
moment the breaker caught us and, in
some way holding us on its crest, shot
us toward the shore like an arrow.
-The sensation is novel and thrilling.
The foam files; the waters leap about
you. You are coasting on the sea, and
you shout with delight and pray for
the sensation to continue. But it Is
quickly over. The hurrying breaker
slips from nder you and lenves you
In the trough, while it goes foaming
on the shore. Then you turn about
and row out from shore again and
wait for another chance to be shot to
ward the land on the foaming crest of
a great Pacitic wave."
- R- commended for a Goqd Reason.
C. H. Grant, 230 Waverly St., Peoria,
kidneys made me suffer intense pains.
Was always tired and floating specks
bothered me. Took Foley Kidney Pills
ond saw big imorovement after third
day I kept- on until entirely freed of
all trouble and suffering. That's why I
recommend Foley Kidney Pills. They
cured me." The Dickson Drug Co ,
Manning, S. C., Leon Fischer, Sum
merton, S. C.
How Lincoln Managed Sumner.
Writing on 'Tbe Arbitraltion of the
Alabama Claims" in the Century. Colo
nel William Conant Church says:
"Grant had none of the tact In deal
ia with Senator Sumner that Lincoln.
master of men. had shown in his Inter'
our'e with that sensitive statesman.
Suner. who OccuIekd roomy quarters
in an old fashioned house diagonally
across .Jackson square from the White
House. prided himself on making the
best tes In Washington When liln
cola tmd a point to gain he would
aunter ac'ros~s the square and ask
Sumner to make him a cup of 'that
delicious tea The two would gossip
over their tea like' two 'guld wives.
and not until the president rose to go
did he refer to the subject on his
mind Then ne would say. 'Sumner.
sucb and such a bill is coming up In
the senate tomorrow. and I count upon
your support for It.
-Had he Introduced the matter di
reetly the uaturai disposition of the
senator to dIffer mIght have resulted
In persuading him into opposition to a
measure concerning which he had no
Prsuant to a Commission issued
by Hon. R. M. McCown, secretary of
St~ate, the undersignied will on Fri
d'ey, May 2nd, 1913. at 12 o clock
noon, at the office of C B. eiker, in
Manning. S C , open the Books of
Subscription to the Capital Stock of
the Clarendon Warehouse Company.
prpsdC. B GiEIGER,
J. A W EIN BERG,
Arl Board of Corporators.
'rIn igoaneo 'Aeic a
Ie tob uprsn.Ithscm
emuin Wildsta of hccug o cl
aention to it again A young wo.
a recently returned from abroad
's that just before she sailed for
noe she met a party of Englishmen
o were very polite and showed
gat interest in her when they heard
swas from Chkcago.
Ah, yes," said 'one of them. "1
knw all about America! You see, I
he Borne relatives over there You
he to go to market in a cart. It
mut be great fun."
he girl was puzzled tov a minate,
tsoon found out that als relatives
lid on a ranch somewhere In the far
st. and then she had the greatest
dlfliuty in persuading him that in
Chago people did not go to market ill
-art. In fact, she says she doesni
hnk he believes it yet-St. Lonli
his is to certify that all druggtsth
are'uthorized to refund your money il
oey's Honey and Tar Compound fail
tocre your cough or cold. John Berne1
Tell Wis , states: "I used F'oseg'
ney and Tar Compound for five , .ars
n it always gives the best of satisfae
io and always cures a cough or cold.'
Rluse substitutes. The Dickson Drug
o, Manning, S. C.. Leon Fibclae
Smerton S. C.
Fifteenth Century veniege weryu.
The Oxford undergraduate In the
ary fifteenth century, in order to ohb
a his B. A. degree, studied the logic
ofPorphyry and Boethius, somethingi
ofAristotle, and enough of arithmetic
oenable him to find Easter Three
yers more were usually spent in
tdying geometry. astronomy and as
trlogy He lived in college. His al~
oance of money was I shilling a
week His breakfast was a piece of
eadanda pot ofbeer atdawn His
inner was eaten at 10 in the morning
ewas given one suit of clothes
yerly Three times a year each stu
et was required secretly to tell the
msters of the misbehavior of his tel
os, who then received "competent
catigation " The rules laid down by
eWykehamn prohibited visits to taT
s or "spectacles," the keeping of
dos. the playing of chess and othet
"nxious and Iilcit sports, shooting
wth arrows or other missiles, dancing,
ning, wrestling or other incautious
a Inordinate amusements." - St.
For Burns, Bruises and Sores.
The quickest and surest cure foi
bus, bruises, boils, sores, inflammatior
an all skin diseares is Bucklen's Arnica
Save In four days it cured L. H
aflin of Iredell, Tex . of a sore on hi
anle which pained him so he couk
hadly walk. Should be in every house
Oy 2ec. Recommended by all drug
doctor who had been summloned
hstily alighted from his carriage tc
fid a woman awaiting him on the
drstep. but without the anxious 10ool
espected in the circumstances. "I
uderstand" he said, "that your boy
as swallowedd a sovereign. Whern
Oh, sir," was the reply, "I'm glad
totell you we made a mistake! I'
wsn't a sovereign: it was only a half
A Good Excuse.
"Now, then." demanded Luschmanl'i
ife the next morning. "what's you1
excnse for coming home In that con
diion last night?"
"Well, to tell you the truth, m' clear,'
hereplied. "none of the hotels wvould
tae me in."-Philadelphia Press.
A Big Difference.
"How rejoiced the knights of olh
wre when they got their lady's glovel'
"And how mean they look nom
wen their girl gives them the mit
Why we s
for the pr
we sell a
are the kind
adds to our
The price, $17
due to the volum
Every suit is:
are high-grade all
water, then dried
clothes have real i
in pattern. T
pressed by the a
PH M. CH.
Turn to the Earth.
You to whom the universe has be
come a blast furnace, a coke oven, a
cinder strewn freight yard. t, t-hom'
the history of all ages is a tragedy
with the climax now to whom our de
mocracy and our dag are but play
things of the hypocrite. turn to the
soil, turn to the earth. your mother.
and she will comfort yoU. Rest. be It
ever so little. from your black brood
I ings. Think with the farmer once
more. as your fathers did. Revere
with the farmer our centuries old
rural civilisatIon. however little it
meets the city's trouble. Revere the
rral customs that have their roots in
the immemorial benefits of nature.
There is perpetual balm in Gilead, and
many city workmen shall turn to It
and be healed. This by faith and a
study of the signs, we proclaim!
Nicholas Vachel Lindsay in Farm and
The goodly minister saw one of his
parishioners running rapidly down the
road, trying to keep In sight of a re
treating form ahead.
"Ah,." called the minister, "whither
away, my brother?'
Seeing the race was lost anyway, the
chaser stopped and pantingly replied:
"That confounded thief stole my
"Ah. and you were following the
Scriptural admonition to give him your
Icloak also, were you?'
"No," said the parishioner frankly.
"but 1 intended. if' I caught him, to
give him a belt!"-Judge.
Bobb-Would you consider him a
genust Slobbs No. Blobbs - Why.
he's a'ways trying to borrow money.
Slobbs. Yes. but he doesn't get It.
Getie-! wish you to know that I
don't stand on trifles. Beln (gancinig
at her feeta-No. dear; I see you don't.
A stene is heavy and the mand
1eIghty. but a fools wrath Is heavier
than them both Proverbi.
Everything of the best fcr
the personal wear and adorn
ment of both sexes.
We fill mail orders carefully
Charleston, S. C
R. J. P'RANK GEIGER.
ATTORNEY AT Lw
MANNING. S. C.
ropt attention given to Collections.
Cough Medicine for Children.
Too much care cannot be used in so
lectig a coughi medicine for children.
It. should be pleasant to, takte, contain no
h atrful substance and be most effect
Iual. Chamberlain's Couxth Remedy
meets these requirements and is a fa.
vor it with the mothers of young chil
A..e.,everywhere-nFor.sale by all deal
in all our expeice we
rseen such great values
ice. Because every time
suit the owner becomes
r" for our store.
he seine price the world over"
of merchandise we like to sell. It
reputation as good merchants.
,is low for these days. But the quality is high,
Le output and the specialized methods of the
te oldest and largest makes of men's clothes in
made of wool or all-wool and silk. The linings
>aca. The canvas and haircloth are soaked'in
in the open air to prevent after-shrinking. The
style and appearance. The cloth is distinctive
e cut reflects the latest New York modes, ex
nost authoritative of correct clothes designers.
ome into our store, try on a suit. You will see
re suggest STYLEPLUS when you see theclothes
ow well you look in them.
ANDLER, Main St.
ANDLER,1SUMTER. S. C.
Any deaer or prospective purchaser that is interested in a good -
SCarolina Machinery & Mfg., Co.
SUMTER. S. C.
Sash, Doors and Blinds.
Largest manufacturing stock house in thie South.
Special sizes on short notice: :
A. H. FISCHER CO.
CHARLESTON. S. C. -
I Seed Peanuts!.
Everybody's Planting Them Now!
The high value of Peanuts as food for man and beast
makes them a necessity on the farm these days. As a
stuck food and bog fate~ner Peanuts have no equal. The
vines make excellent forage, while the vui.e and nuts
together make a splendid whole ration.
No Farmer Can Afford To Be Without .His
Patch of Peanuts.
Everybody knows the Old R-liable N. C.'s-pricet Oc.
quart-3 quarts 25c., 65c. peck (liquid measure).
I Valencia Red Spanish Peanuts.
This is an improvement over the little twisted Spanish
Seed. These Valencias are of good size, well tilled, with
from three to four perfect nuts to the shell. Price, !0c.
quart-3 quarts 25c, and 65c. peck (liquid measure).
We are bandling only the most reliable varieties, best
suited to this locality.
THE MANNING GROCERY CO.
,c JOB WORK r
TO TIHE TiMES OFFiCE.