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\.IANNING,,S. C., JULY 9, 1913
Publishes AUl Countq and Town Of
RUTHt CHAPTER, NO. 40,
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular Meeting. Second Men
day in Each Month,
CHsarToN DURANT, FEED vasNR
Highi Priest. Secrtary.
SMan ningW Cha pter, :Vo.1
'Oder or Eastern Star.'
}Regular Meeting, First Tuesday
in each Month.
(Mrs.) G. M. Sxrrn. W. M.
(Miss) S is His- Sec.
ST. PETER'S LODGE,
Meets Wednesday Evening, June 18.
SFelsow Craft Degree Conferred.
E. C. HORTON, W. M.
E. J. BROWNE. Secretary.
Regmmer Cmee f. eortMo
Epress T e tr
Putsder onth haeatar.
Strength to h erves.
. SolHdaonly Sby
Thetcc Weuesda pen to- 1
Mrs. lowC BraHORTN children
aea Gle. SBrins.Sceay
Threweemm ner CofrMnnn
SEdayrstasy oe. Mn
Putij i the seifhartal andac
Ms. FdAyBra and c n hldenap
arne G aen Sprinarsuna.
MLs unayvig is snigt hiave
tingt at makie th cotto rwisam.
Ther South Caia Dmber's Unin
tha araning tohl bits pinicuat Tme-n
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pid~ h shriff asi an saeltattedac
With the thmiyomer. ra.Jninsfon.
Hon.o 1E. whistheleartlessnd urgel
an Ediso to wsad rietegetsoh
BuiyofMrsJ was stuens in Manning.
have Frietyrnd hoe ronha the arp
atg thSuny ightrth saidoliae
beeatemtest wet. her for the firt
ongt tha t mThe cott growyM. J
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isrdaning oute its annakeTina
ay. t ., I wherePlm o the2rd wist.n
paid cottnin aseed cspcnentiound.
wTh he failyd of Mrs. . A. Mceainn
gettn. E.wiell, brkand fam togt h ily
oe ablesto comen home the abuets thes
Dr.il or. W.. Sters in Maennille,
Chiondutdrie at Su.nday h
hatistrcurhd ere rom the trp
thresuin that curych everyh Sunaolin
othe uthrey. eegonb .J
Mr. and MH. Crea Rf St.tMatthewss
way, siser Cnd whreothe. wir. Lored
will cotto hee crther conpentry.
ThMrien.ds Pofdn who. w.A iadprat
be pnlase hd at the isorapbia
hotpintwl, adi is doingice. she praill
wa, alendidom success inhou te days.
Aoncervicing proof Sudfa the eo
ad itisincur, and thjere leso to sha
ei as ouinessme whrhoeer thina inpl
pn:>evra datention avetiing, vioiio
Hisebisters and seeutheM. tra
acoivity sin nearice Thispeatm
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to buy seasor
Arant's ad., is worth fire cents. Save
The following changes have been
made in the hours of morning services
In the Manning Methodist cburch:
Sunday school 9:45; public worship.
11 o'clock. These hours will be main
tained throughout the remainder of
the summer season.
Messrs W. T. Lesesne. A. P. Bur
gess, A. I. Barron and W. S. Plowden
left yesterday on a fishing excursion in
Black River. They will make their
start from Home Lake. and paddle
down the river to Kingstree, the trip
will take two or three days but they
go well prepared for any emergency.
If cheek were dollars there are some
persons who would be millionaires, as
one of our citizens expresses it, money
blues the blood, and puts a veneer on
character to hide its blemishes. There
is a good deal is this; many who are to
tally devoid of character, as soon as they
show signs of money, become elevatea
in estimation socially and otherwise.
The new Methodist church at Trin
ity has been completed, and the faith
ful workers deserve high commenda
tion for their persistent efforts to erect
the building. The pastor, Rev. G. P.
Watson, will conduct the opening ser
vice next Sunday, 12th, inst., at five
o'clock in the afternoon. The public
is most cordially invited to attend this
service and share in the rejoicings of
The Ox Swamp causeway is about
completed and the supervisor has had
some good work done, he thinks there
will never be any more trouble with
that place, and although it has csg
lot of money to have it built perma
nently he believes in the end it will
prove a saving to the county. There
has been much money and labor spent
on this causeway, only to be washed
away whenever there came a freshet.
Mr. Hirschmann informs us that he.
had a record breaking day last Satur
day, the opening day of his big sale,
and people from all over the county
have been pouring into his store every
day, taking the advantage of the ereat
ly reduced prices he is offering. They
all know what a great saving it is to,
trade at this reputable store. Hirsch
mann will keep you posted through
these columns, so don't overlook his
Jim Carter, charged with the killing
of John Tindal near Silver last August,
and who made a getaway, was located by
Sheriff Gamble and arrested by a po
liceman at a picnic on the 4th of July
near Cartersville. He is now in the
county jail. It is said that Carter and
Tindal had some words at a base bali
game, and Carter went home got his
gun, met Tindal and shot him. Carter
claims that Tindal struck him with a
gun at the ball game. When crime is
committed in this county, sooner or later'
the sheriff will locate and land his man.
The ebb tide in trade is about over,
money is about to get back into circula
tion, and to get in on the ground floor,
and to induce trade to Manning. Kat zoff
the Bargain Store man. has a page ad
vertisement in this issue to which we
direct the attention of the trading pub
lie to. Read what he says and then
Iwhen you sell vour tobacco, or have
cash to spare vs. his store. Katzoff's
store is next door to The Home Bank
and Trust Company. He has recently
been at the North and while in the
market he prepared to open the trading
seasn b putingon a special sale.
Read hi detsmn nthis issue.
The tobacco seaszn is now opened,
tomorrow all of the warehouses in this
section will have their formal openings.
Manning is prepared to handle this
product as advantagously as any mar
ket in the State. Bring your tobacco
to this market. Not only is Manning
prepared to handle the tobacco to ad
vantage, but it is also prepared to han
die the trade which should come from
the sale of the tobacco, our merchants.
especially those who use the advertis
ing columns of THE TI1ES, are count
ing strong to sell goods to the tobacco
farmers. and they know that to do so
they have got to cut profits close, and
tey are going to do it, bring your to
bacco here, and buy your goods here.
Unsightly Face Spots
are cured by Dr. Hobson's Eezema
Ointment, which heals all skin erup
tions. No matter how long you have
been troubled by itching, burning, or
scaley skin humors, just punt a little of
that soothing antiseptic, Dr. Hobson's
Eczma Oint~ment on the sores, and the
suffering stops instantly. Healing be
gins that very minute. Doctors use it
in their practice and recommend it. Mr
Alleman, of Littletown, Pa., says: "Had
eczema on forehead; Dr. Hobson's Ecz
ema Ointment cured it in two weeks."
Guaranteed to relieve or mo.ney refund
Ied A11 druggists, or by mail. Price
5c. Pfeitfer Chemical Co., Philadel
~hia and St. Louis.
To My Friends In Salem.
1 wish to announce t hat I shall be
Iwith the Manning Warehouse again
this season. Mr. R. D. clark, the
sales manager, has a record thatspea ks
for itself and proves him to be one of
the best warehousemen in the State.
By placing your tobacco in his. hands
you are guaranteed that you will get
the highest market price for it. I
hall be glad to see you on our floor
any cay, and shall in every possible
way ad in making your trip to the
Manning Warehouse both pleasant and
.able goods a'
THE IDEAL MEMBER.
Consecration, zeal, service, humility.
prayers,-these are the factors in the
ife of the ideal Christian; and, surely,
an ideal member of a missionary so
ciety is a Christian.
If one is consecrated she will be daily
near the throne of God, to be guided;
then, eyes and ears will be opened, and
she will be shown what the work needs.
Each member of an auxiliary forms
a part of that whole body, and the whole
is uncomplete. unless each one does all
within her power to strengthen tne
A true conception of human fellow
ship is one of the distinctive notes of
Christianity The church of Jesus
should be at the very forefront in teach
ing that-"'Man to man, the world o'er
shall brithers be, an' a' that.," demon- I
strating the reasonableness and practic
ability of Jesus' Gospel of human fel-l
It is the desire for the realization of
this goal that should move one in her
work. The ideal mission worker would
have it so near her heart, the earnest
esire to interest the church members
in the work of her society, that she
would never let an onportunity pass
without trying to make others desire to
join her in the great of our Master.
One should constantly visit all the
members of her church, also strangers,
taking papers and magazines, tell them
rarestly and prayerfully of the needs
f the world, of bow much Christ has I
~one for his children, and of how little|
his children have done for him.
O0 Master, let me walk with Thee.
In lowly paths of service free,
Fell me Thy secret, help me bear
The strain of toil, the fret of care,
each me Thy patience; still with Thee
in closest, deares'; company,
2n work that keeps faith sweet and
In trust that triumphs over wrong."
An ideal member will get friends to
eading and thinking, bringing some
one who is easily won to the meetings,
d letting her feel that with her help
he auxiliary is enlarged, and that by
her efforts in its behalf, the societ~y
nan do much more.
You are singing a song
To a world-wide throng
hat is hastily crossing your way:
And the peace that you show,
And the love that you sow
ill respond in your brother some day."~
Everyv one who does not strive to get
new members, or to interest others in
missions, weakens that body as a whole.
I cannot do everything,
But I can do something;
hat I can do, I ought to do,
And what I ought to do, by the grace
of God, I will do."
"Give us light amid our darkness,
Let us know the good from ill,
Have us not for all our blindness;
Love us, lead us, show us kindness,
You can make us what you will."
An ideal member will find out what,
other societies are doing, and bring in
ew methods of study and entertain
et. And, surely, each member would
have read the Missionary Voice and
any helpful literature for the days pro
gram before att,-nding a meeting, so
that she can intelligently enjoy the ex
rcises. Above all, she would in ear
nest prayer before leaving home, ask
od's guidance upon the members dur
ng the hour. Missions will be a part
of the ideal member's very life. She
feels the thrill of that great ideal of
In building up the met bership of a
sciety it. is as important to retain the
old members as it is to secure the new
ones. Every member absent at a meet
ng should be accounted for. There are
agreat many reasons why members are
absent. and the interest in each one
hould be so intense that every effort
hould be made to ascertain the cause
of absence; remove the dittic-ulty and
secure regular attendance.
The ideaL member would strive to
make the atmosobere at a meeting im
part warmth and be invigorating. The
welcome to friends should be genuine,
and the greatest possible freedom cul
tivated, and everyone cordially receiv
ed. Surely an ideal member would not
walk listlessly into a missionary meet
ing, speaking to only a few, and after
gazing out of a window most of the
time, leave without scarcely a hand
shake and no past dues paid. Or worse,
enter late hurriedly, distract the a:
tention of some, and leave early. Walk
ng here and there in various church
enterprises, never letting any one know
that she is interested in missions.
But, one is helpless to do any work
without the gift of the Holy Spirit with
n er. Power from on high will give
one strength for any work. If the
hurch is ever to become a grand mis
sionay army, and accomplish its mis-I
sion gloriously and speediby, it must be
gin training people to think and work
neelligntly for the salvation of the
whole world. And every member must
be an ideal one. She must feel comnmis
sioned by Christ to conquer the world
Because of the failure of the mission
aiy societies to face intelligently the
issues involved in two questions: What
is the church? and, What is the Sunday
chool? And to assume the inevitatble
responsibility thus imposod, there is to
ay an organization shorn of its strength
and spirit. The ideal rmember will
dream dreams. She will be a free lance
unon the world to win the best from
every source for her gr-eat work. Les
is are being
t such a sacra
confidence and great faith, and in the
spirit of the risen Lord, whose we are
and whom we serve.
"There's never a rose in all the world,
But r 'kes some green spray sweeter;
Thrre's never a wind in all the sky,
But makes some bird wing fleeter;
There's never a star but brings to
Some silver radiance tender;
And never a rosy cloud but helps
To crown the sunset splendor;
No robin but may thrill some heart,
His dawn like gladness voicing;
God gives us all some small sweet way
To set the world rejoicing."
MRS. W. A. BROWN,
The C. 0. D. Parcels Post.
All the money order postoffices of
this section have inaugurated the new
C. 0. D. parcels post system w i:.:h
went into effect July 1. Heretofore
Uncle Sam has not been lending his as
sistance in mail transactions further
than to carry the mail matter entrusted
to his care. Now, however, he is un
dertaking to deliver merchandise, take
the money from the purchaser and car
ry it back to the seller.
The Manning post office has received
a supply of tags to be used on parcels
sent C. 0. D. and received full instruc
tions, to go ahead with the new sys
ten. The C. 0. D. regulations cover
parcels addressed to all parts of the U.
S and possessions, except the Philip
pine Islands and the Panama Canal
The C. 0. D. parcel tag contains 3
coupons. It is practically the same as
the insurance tags recently gotten out
by the postoffice department except
that the C. 0. D. tag contains some ad
ditional information. The C. 0. D. tag
serves also to insure the parcel to the
value of $50, just as does the insurance
tag, but the amount to be collected on
a parcel cannot exceed $100. The first
coupon on the tag is detached at the
office of origin and given to the sender
as his receipt, and the second coupon
is filed as a record at the same office.
The third coupon is to be attached to
the parcel. On the tag the sender is
required to fillin a large number of
items giving information concerning
the package and the amount to be col
lected, his name and address, etc.
A party desiring to send a package
to a customer in the country pays mn
addition to the regular parcel post fse,
ten cents for the C. 0. D. tag. This in
sures his package as well as his col
letion. The package is seat on to the
addressee and the latter when the
posmaster hands him the package,
fills out a receipt which is practically
an application for a money order and
hands the postman tbe money due on
the parcel. The postman or carrier
takes the money as the money order
application to the office, turns it over
to the postmaster, and the latter tills
outa money order payabie to the firm
wich sent the package, deducting the
fee for the money order. The money
order is then mailed to the sender in
an oficial envelope.
The adoption of the C. 0. D. system
will entail a quantity of extra work
and will probably be a burden at first.
but it will take but a short time before
the system is perfected to the extent
where regulations will be easy. At the
same time, it is expected to prove ex
ceedngly valuable to merchants, and
does away to a large extent with the
danger and expense of accounts open
e by having to mail parcels to custo
mer-s under the present method and
having to wait on the customer's pleas
ure, the only alternative being to de
mand cash in advance and thus lose tbe
trade of suspicious persons.
Quite a crowd of young folks from
around here enjoyed themselves last
Saturday, July 5th, at Pocallo sprine's
Misses Mary and Eunice Corbett re
turned home Friday after having spent
a delightful week at Summerton.
Lucile Geddings, of Paxville, snent
last week with her cousin. JTeneva Cor
There was a game of ball played last
Friday P. M., between Home Branch
and P-axvilte on the Paxville diamond.
The score stood 6 to 2 in favor of Home
A small crowd from around here en
juyed the 4th at a fish fry at Cantie's
If a substitute is offered you for Foley
Kidney Pills, it means a cheaper medi
cine ispressed upon you for the dealer's
profit. not for yours. Foley Kidney
Pills may cost the dealer more than a
cheaper substitute, hut the give better
results than any other kidney and blad
der medicine. Ask for Foley Kidney
Pills. For sale by all dealers every
Thirty days after date, namely Au
gus 6, 1913. at Summerton, S. C., at
the Bank of Summerton, a meeting of
the stockholders of the Summerton
Warehouse Company will be held for
the purpose of considering the question
of the dissolution of said company; on
or b'fore said date, any and all persons
desiring to bid or purchase shall file
sealed bids with J. W. Lesesne, Esq.,
Cashier Bank of Summurton, S. C. If
a majority of the stock of the corpora
tion be present at such .meetmng, in
person or* by proxy, and a resolution
hat such corporation shall go into
liquidation and wind up its affairs and
dissolve. be adopted by a majority vote
of all the share of capital stock, said
corporation may thereupon go into
liquiation and proceed to wirid up its
affairs and dissolve
W. H. ANDERSON,
President Summerton Warehouse Co.
une 5 1913.
ifice. Sale run
BUSINESS LOCALS. ]
For Sale-A fine Jersey Milk Cow
and Heifer Calf. J. A. Cole.
Read Katzo'ffs ad. and then go to ]
the big sale which opens Friday July
11. He has bargains for everybody.
For Sale-One 50-inch Simond Saw, I
8x9 forty teeth. One 50-inch Diston
Saw in good repair. R. D. Weatherford.
Remember Katzolf's Bargain Store
will sell 3 spools Coats Cotton for nine t
cents during the sale.
Itch relieved in 30 minutes by Wool
ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails.
Sold by Dickson Drug Co., druggists.
Be on hand when Katzoff throws his
doors open on the morning of July 11- t
There will be something doing.
To The Public-Everybody's Store c
will be ready for business on July 12, t
1913, a choice lot of seasonable mer
chandise will be displayed. A visit C
from my friends will be appreciated. C
5 or 6 doses 666 will break any case e
of Chills and Fever; and if taken then
as a tonic the Fever will not return.
Notice-To my friends of Clarendon
County: I will open on July 12th, 1913
in Levi Block, with a general line of
merchandise. An early visit to my
store will be to our mutual advantage.
Every body's Store, Morris Ness, Prop. 1
Anything you want in sheet music t
S. I. Till has it. All 25c. music 15c.
50c. music 25c. by mail postpaid. Thbis i,
department is in charge of Mrs. W. F. d
Ducker, phone 690 Sumter, S. C. c
Farm Wanted-Several Marlboro a
farmers have asked to get them farmsi
to Clarendon. Write me what you
have and best price. R. Cosby Newton,
Bennettsville, S. C
I beg to announce to the public of t
Manning and the surrounding vicinity- a
that on July 12th., 1913, I will open in t
Manning with a full and up-to-date g
line of Dry Goods. Shoes, Clothing,
Notions, etc. Every body's Store, Mor- e
ris Ness, Prop.
The agonizing discomfort and sense
of suffocation tnat accompany hay fever
and asthma may be greatly alleviated
by the use of Foley's Honey and Tart
Compound. It has asoothine effect on
the mucus linings, and relieves the
gasping and tickling sensation in the
throat and bronchial tubes. For sale by
all dealers every where.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Clarendon County. d
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. s
[Judgement of Foreclosure and Sale] p
Heath-Massey-Morrow C o m p a n y , 1
Lucius R. Gibson, Abner L. Gibson
and Cleo Outlaw, Defendants
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A C
Judgment Order of the Court of Comn i
mon Pleas. in the above stated ac- 1,
tion, to me directed, bearing date of te
June 4th, 1913, I will sell at public E
auction, to the highest bidder, for E
cash, at Clarendon Court House, at s
Manning, in said county, within the c
legal hours for judicial sales, on Mon- si
day, the 4th day of -Aunust, 1913, be- E
ing salesday, the following described
All that parcel or tract of land sit- j
uate in the county of Clarendon in
said State, containing two hundred (C
and forty-five acres more or less, and
bounded on the North by lands of
Charles -J. Gibson, bounded on the
East by lands of Louis B. G*ibson,
ounded on the South by lands of
Sarah E. Minms, and on the WVest by
lands n'ow or formerly of the estate
of W. WV. Ricbbourg.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. 1B. (iAMILE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.q
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Clarendon.
By JaesM. Wndhamf, Esq.,.TJudg
of Probate. 'I
WFHEREAS, Easter Lawson made
Isuit to mue to grant her Letters _
of Administration of the estate and
effects of John Lawson.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said f
John Lawson, deceased, that u
they be and appear before me, in the h
Court of Probate, to be held at Man- 0
ning, S. C.. on the 24th day of JIuly c
next, after publication hereof, at
11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the
said administration should not be .
Given under my hand this 7th day1
of July, Anno D~omini, 1913.
J. M. WiYDH AM,
Judge of Probate. fI
The qualified electors residing in:
Trinity School District No. 27. will
hereby take notice that an election
will be held at Trinity school house
Friday July 25, 1913 for the purpose of.
voting upon the question of an addi
tional levy of two (2) mills for general;
school purposes in said district. Polls
open from 8 o'clock a. in. to 4 o'clock
p. m. By order,C
J. M. GRAHAM,
W. E. DANIELS.
Trusees istrct . J. NETTLES,
lay. Don't n
s only 15 day
ankrupt's Petition for Discharge
)ISRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
n t h e matter of J. J. Nettles,
o the Honorable H. A. M. Smith,
Judge of the District Court of the
United States for the District of
J. J. Nettles. of Alcolu, in the coun
y of Clarendon, and State of South
arolina, in said district, respectful
y represents that on the 17th day of
nuary, last past he was duly ad
udged Bankrupt under the acts of
ongress relating to Bankruptcy;
hat he has duly surrendered all his
roperty and rights of property, and
as fully complied witn all the re
irements of said acts and of the l
rders of the court touching hisl
Wherefore he prays that he may be
ecreed by the court to have a full
ischarge from all debts provable
gainst his estate under said Bank
upt Acts. except such debts as are
xcepted by law from such discharge.
Dated this 13th day of June. A. D.,
913. J. J. NETTLES, -
ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON.
DISTRICT OF S. C.-ss:
On this 27th day of June, A. D.,
)13, on reading the foregoing peti
on, it is
Ordered by the Court, that a hear
g be had upon the same on the 30th
ay of July, A. D., 1913, before said
urt at Charleston, S. C., in said
istrict. at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
d that notice thereof be published
iThe Manning Times, a newspaper
rinted in said district, and that all
own creditors and other persons
interest may appear at the said
ie and place and show cause, if
y they have, why the prayer of
e said petitioner should not be
And it is further ordered by the
urt, that the clerk shall send by
ail to all known creditors copies of
id petition and this order, add reTs
to them, at their places of resl
mee as stated.
Witness the Honorable H. A. M.
nith, Judge of the said court, and
e seal thereof at Charleston, S. C.,
said district on the 27th day of
une, A. .D., 1913.
RICHARD W. HIUTSoN,
This is to state that I have mnislaid or
s.royed certificate No. 11 for ten
~ars of the capital stock of the Bank
Pinewood, S. C., par value S20.00
er share. Date of ceruificate December
ith 1912. I will apply for a duplicate
certificate in 45 days.
MRS. C. W. BATES.
State of South Carolina, *
County of Clare-ndon, f
Personally, appeared before me Mrs.
W. Bates, who on oath says that she
yes in the State and county aforesaid.
Town aforesaid, and that she owoes
n shares of the capital stock of the
nk of Pmnewood. a duly incorporated
k doing business in the aforesaid
tate. county and town, and that her
rtificate number eleyen for ten
tares of the capital stock of the said
nk of Pinewood has been lost.
MRS. C. W. BA TES.
Sworn to before me this 1&th day of
IR. A. RIDGILL,
m) Notary Public in S. C.
The qualified electors residing in
:me Branch School District No. mt5.
ll hereby take notice that an elee
n will be held at Home Branch
hooi house. Friday, July 25th, 1913,
r the purpose of voting upon the
eetion of a sp~ecial levy of four (4)
ills for general school purposes in
e said district. Polls open from 8
lock a. mn., until 4 o'clock p. mn.
By order of
A. S CORBETT,
H. K. BEATsoY,
B. L. HoDGE.
rustees Home Branch School Dis
trict No. 32.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judtze of Probate
r Clarendon County. on the 30th day
.July, 1913, at 11 ~o'clock a. mn., for
ters of discharge as Administrator
the Estate of .Julia A. Parker, de
.J. B. PARKER,
Lake City, S. C., June 30, 1913.
Notice of Discharge.
[ will apply to the Judge of Probate
' Clarendon County, on the 30th day
Jul. 1913. for letters of dischiarge as
ecutrix of the Estate of Sarah J.
ARRIE DEBELLE JEEKiNSON .
Ian ning. S. C.. June 30, 1913.
WVil cure your iRhenmatismf
~euragia, Headaches, Cramps,
>1c, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and
urns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects
c. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in
- 1iy anrd extrnally. Price 25c.
iiss the oppo:
's longer. Cor
Not a Minute Wasted.
"Can't I get my pants pressed while
you cut my hair?"
"All right. Boy. shine my shoes at
the same time. and hand me that
newspaper. By the way, get the res
tanurant nest door to send in a couple
of sandwiches. and I can be eating
my lunch."- Pittsburgh Post.
Cashier- But there is not a cent here
to pay this check of yours Fair Cus
tomer-I am glad that you have con
fessed. If your bank is as hard up as
that you can give me what money I
have here. and I will take my account
to a safer institution.-Puck.
Hits Both Ways.
"Poverty may be a blessing in dis
"No doubt." replied Miss Cayenne,
"but it is such a small blessing and
such a big disguise."-Washington Star.
Hadsum-What side do you general
ly take when your wife gets into an ar
ument with somebody else? Wiseacre
-Outside.. It's safer.-London Tit-Bits.
Bacon-Which is the proper way to
eat spaghetti with a knife or a spoon?
Egbert- With a pitchfork. I guess.
For Infants and Children.
he Kind You Hlave Always Bought
Signature of ,4 J7&~~
Mix one pint of cooked and finely
hopped ham with two parts of bread
rumbs. and wet with milk: put the
atter in gem pans. break one egg over
ach, sprinkle the top thickly with
racker crumbs and bake until a dei
ate brown A nice breakfast dish.
Begging the Question..
The Star - Honestly, what do you
hink of my acting In my new play?
he Critic-Don.t ask me. You're
'ounger and so much stroliger than I
Blobbs-The trouble with Bighiedde Is
that he is stuck on an Insurmountable
bstcle. Slobbs-What Is It? Blobbs
No duty is so commonly underrated
a the duty of being happy.
or Weakness and Loss of Appetite
he Old Standard general strengthening tonic,
~RovE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out
alaria and builds up the system. A true tonic]
d sure Appetizer. For adults and children. SOc.
3HN G. CAPERS. (or Sw .th Carolina).
Ex-CommiS.Io"r In ternail Revneu
OSEPH D. W RIGHT.
APERS & WRI(zHT,
AT ORNETS AT LAW
WASHINGTON. D). C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
rompt attention iriven to Collections.
. H. LESESNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING. S. 0.
. . PU~RDY. S. O 1.1Y ER 0 RY A N
URDY & O'BRYAN.
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
.C. DAVIS. J. w. WIDEMAN
AVS & WIDEMAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ,
-MANNING. S. C.
R. J1. A. COLE,
Upstairs over Bank of Manning.
MA NNING, S. C.
Phoe No '77.
R.3. FRANK GEIGER.
MANNING, S. C.
)fmc over Hom lnk -ad Trus Co1
Isle of Palms
Sullivans Island, S. C.
Tickets sold May 31st, and on each
Saturday to and including Septem
ber 13th, 1913,.limited to reacb Man
ping returning prior to midnight
Tuesday next following date of sale.
North and East.
For any information address
T. C. WHITE, H. D. CLARK,
Gen. Pass. Agt, Ticket Agt.,
Wilmington, N. C. Manning, S. C.
Hacker Mfg. Co.
Geo. S. Hacker & Son;
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Doors, Sash and Blinds; Columns
and Balusters; Grilles and Gable
Ornaments; Screen Doors and
VE DEAL IN
Glass. Sash Cord and Weights.
Showing the condition of
The Peoples Baik
of Manning. at the close of business
MIARCH 8th, 1913.
.oans and discounts.......70,420.04
anking house...... .. ....6,144.90
urniture and fixtures.....1,800.00
ash on hand and in banks. 7,889.79
L IA BILITIES.
;urplus and Undivided profits 4,695.10
~1s pay able ...........15,000.00
Everything of the best fcr
the personal wear and adorn
mient of both sexes.
We till mail orders carefully
SCharleston, S. C.
On First-Class Real Estate,
Purdy &: O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Woodmen. of the World.
\lees on First Monday nights at