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Eb d&Uina times.
%IANNING, S. C., NOV. 5, 1913
ST. PETER'S LODGE,
Meats Wednesday Night. November
i1th. E. E Degree Conferred.
E. C. HORTON. W. M.
E. J. BROWNE. Secretary.
Alanning Chapter. No. 19
"Order of Eastern Star.
ReguW Meeting. First Tuesday
in each Month.
(Mrs.) G. M. SyrtE. W. M.
(Miss) ssC Eazyw. Sec.
RIJM CHAPTER, NO. 40,
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regua Meeting. Second Men
day in EWA Month.
CKARLiTo DURA!'!. Faan LWaMW
High Priest. see-arY.
Have You Tried
li's a Full Pound Can of
Delicious Fish Food for
The Shad is canned just
like salmon. Bones are all
neutralized in the cooking.
R'eadv to eat right from the
can When rolled in cracker
dust or corn meal and fried
in hot fat this Shad makes
a rich and wholesome break
Manning Grocery Co
Misa Julia Sistrunk has aSCeptqd a
postio in the post ofwee.
New Zion is oontemplating the or
ganisation of a bank in the near future.
Trading in the stores last Sat urday
was very lively among the merchants.
Dr. L. W. Nettles of Foreston was
among the visitors in Manning Mon
The Cfarleston fair will be a hum
m -r. Read the advertisement in. this
Davi. Moise E,4 of the Suinter bar
was in Manning Monday in attendance
a: the public sales.
The carnival band is giving some
nIce concerts en the court hoas
square these afternoons.
The Times begins with this isu
The Internsional Sunday School Les
sons. Read them published in another
Married by Jodge JT. M. Wlnam
lst Thus.ay in Ma"nin. Mr. Jamies
D) Gc desao .Mis llie Geddings
Di-inlorere lan Thursday Mrs.
- Saran R Bok. widw of the late Capt.
Joe'r S. B~eck, who s one time lived
Mr. D. C. Shaw of Smsr, is .in St.
Lou's tnying a let of One horses and
mutes which Is expected to arrive Sat
ay Nov. 8th.
H-'. N. S. DeSchamnps of Pinewood
cam. a a see us last Thursday, anud
m.w.-- pleased ofindbhim so mUchIm
zvro i- mn hesith.
-m Hallowe'en entertainment given
a. grad.d sachool house last Friday
eve :nt was well attendea, and a nice
program was carried out.
Many of the counties are holding
fairs way cannoL C:aresndon? There is
ao b.,tter way to oring the people of a
c~oLo..v together than to have a fait-.
The Times wanta good news comn
ma-desi~ons from every nook and cor
ner of r. county, bus news ites~n and
free advert'sing are altogether differ
--T b ladies of of the Presbyterian
Church winl srve dinner from 12 to 3
o'cl'ek on Thursday Nov. 6 1913, in the
gi, e of cotton exch-ange, for the bene
Eit of ahe church at D. -
- R.. Mir. Patrick
proa at Jordan. Mr. Boney
B. Parker, and'MIss Eva E White of
Biuuomyille. The bride is a daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. White. and the
grt-om a ion of Rev. S. F. Parker.
*Last Thursday night near Silver a
colored woman by ahe name of Roe
Wilson wasn shot and killed by Jonah
Lawyer at a hot supper. It is said
that Lawyer left for parts unknown.
A tenant house occupied by Jobn
Gordan, colored, on Mr. Jack McFad
din's place five miles west of Manning
was destroyed by fire last Thursday
night, and the entire contents con
The Times editor did ziot attend the
State fair this year, nor was he in Co
lumbia during fair week,~ but there
were many from Clarendon, and a num
ber of Manning's citizens to enjoy the
*'There were a number of people here
frm distant portions of the county and
some from Williamsburg buying goods.
This is an indication that the people
recognize Manning to be in the front
rank to do shopping.
When a Doctor mistakes a minister's
homefor ahotel itis a sign that his
mind was somewhat confused from the
social call he made in the evening
Ask Dr. Jordan of St. Paul what hap
penedi to bhim last Friday night in Man
Mr. C. C. Way who has been oper
ating the ginnery at Silver had the
misfortune to lonse his plant by fire last
Friday night, and a car on the railroad
was also destroyed. We understand
there was something like $2,400 insur
nce on the ginnery plant.
Mr. Simeon Harrington, who has
been in wretched healtb for some time,
and made an attempt to do himqelf
bodily harm of which mention was
made in The Times last week was con.
veved to the Columbia hosplrtal for the
insane last Saturday morning.
The host of friends in Clarendon ol
Mr. C E. Stubbs of Sumter will be
grieved to learn that on last Fridai
morn ing~ he was stricken with paralysis,
and ling-rel untii ModaIy morninD.
when doar h cla'med him He was 61
y.a-so age. Tho funeral took place
in Sumter yesterday.
Arant's ad. is worth five cents
Mrs. George Epperson of Sumte
was accidently shot yesterday in Sum
ter. Mr. J. M. Lawrence a police
man was cranking her automobile an<
his pistol fell out of his pocket, dis
crearging the pistol the ball strikin,
Mrs. Epperson near the knee. Tht
wound is not considered serious.
Mr. J. D. Alsbrooks left Mannin
last Thursday to ac-cept the position o
Principal of the Philadelphia grade<
school in York.Count.y. Mr A lsbrool
is a Wofford man, and a law graduate
but of recen' years he has devoted him
self to eaebing. We hope he wil
have a successful session, and that tbi
good people of York will receive bia
with a hearty welcome.
Barring accidents the county com
missioners will-bringr the county out o
debt this %ear, notwithstanding the
had aload of debt to liquidate whet
they assumed charge of the office. I
Supervisor Davis manages to- pav of
the back indebtedness, and put thi
county on its income he will have dvn
onstrated splendid financial ability, ani
will oeserve the praise of the tax
There was some excitement a
Bloomville last Saturday cau,ed b:
what was suspected to be a mad dL
The dog approached Mr. Ewell White
who pulled his pistol and sbot t.he ani
mal in the mouth, then the dog rat
over to Mr. B1-nry Bell's and bit thrte
hogs Mr.Bell hilled him.Tbere is everi
evidence the dog was mad and no tei
ing the damage he may have done be
fore he reached his end.
Parties desirine anythio in th
brick work line will do well to read
the announcement of W E DrLaine
in this issue. He is a prait-ical work
man, baving for the pLst, severa; ye-ars
worked for the best peopl- of Ctolumb a,
hut he has decided to return us his old
home. DeLaine knows his bu-:t-ess,
Pts., he is reliahle e sh..w.-d u,i a
-amp. of %.ome brick he : iaanufe- u
in at. Beard's in Salem, sod they are
ine. and as good as any that are ship.
ped from abroad.
The municipal election in New Ytrk
esterday resulted in the- defeat of
Tammaov. Joho Purre% Maswhell was
elected Mayor b- 75.000 plurality. hut
t is t bought that :h-- R--puhtic:ms uS
-ontr-ol the assembly Sulz. was - t
ed to the assemb.y. Mita-h-il s a D m
Ocrat, but was placed at the h.-ad of the
Fusion ticket, composed of all organi
ations opposed to Tammany.The D-m.
ocrats win in New Jeraey. Mar' land,
Massachuetts, and Kentuckv. Is wa
aother Democratic tidal wave.
The Embrold-ry Club was deligh
flly entertained last Tiursdasy afte.-r
non by Miss Bess Harvia. After an
hour spent In fancy work and pleasant
-onversatios, a salad course wa. serv -
ed. Those present were: Mesdames
. C. Thomas. H. H Bradham. H. B.
Richardson, Abe Levi, W S. Harvin.
S. I Harvin, and Miss-s L->uise Brock
nton. Pauline and Virginia Wiisoem,
Lucy Johnson, Corinne BarlId, Susie
arvin, Rosa Sprott of Spartanhrg.
Carrie Lou Conpor and Frances Moore
The splendidly equippTd ginnery he
onging to Mr. J. T. Brogoon, abo-u
eight miles west of Manning near the
Sumter line, war I -:troyed by fire las'
Friday afternoon anout 2 o'clock, and
besides the plant, six bales of cotton in
the seed belonging to Mr. Broedon.
was consumed, and two bales belonging
to customers were badly damaged. The
plant, was thoroughly modern and do
ing a Gn* business. The loss is b.
ween f ve and six thousand dol
lars.-and it is entirely M'r. Brogdon-,
ecause he carried no insurance at tb'
ime, having allowed -the policy of
bout $3000 to be canceled about shr. e
eeks ago on account of the compani 's
ules about running at night.
A shocking accident ocoured at
avannah Ga. last Friday in which a
ormer citisen of Clarendon was sud
enly killed, Mr. Mark T. Bragden
adabout 38 years in chargte of a
peaic plant at Savannah was super
vising the'workin~g of she -machiner,
when a knot from a board passini:
hrough was thrown out with such a
terrifie force that. is struck Mr. Brag
den in the breast, and brokre a bone
right over his hears, death was inistan
aneos. The body reached Manninti
Sturday morning and conveyed to i h.
ome of Mr. T. . Tisdale about four
miles from Manning, and the funeral
services were conducted by Rev. J A.
Lslew near .the Tisdale hom-.- in the
smily burial ground. The de-cea--ed
eaves a widow, who is the daught.
f Mr. T. J. Titdale. and onea chied. and
bs aged father Judg. J. T. Bragdeu
iow living in Cotumbia. hut. evera:
years ago was one of she mag istraes~
Scre" 'o she memory of our fat her,
C. . Thames, who died at nas home at,
Silver October - 1 912.
You hat's gone 'lear father
Sureily anchored where storm, are
odched you homne. it was B's will.
But. in our heart~s we love you
The bidding for lands was not as
brisk as we have s,-en it at this season
of the year, bu- neve-rtheleas all offered
by the sheriff went as follows:
Bank of Summerton against Eliz.a D.
Wels es at. interests in lands ne- ar
Sumerton was bid off by J. A Wein
ber Attorney for $1000.
Bank of Clarenudon against, Johnsaon
Morris 112 acres was bid off by W. H
Shingler for 8900.
Mary B. Broadway against Essi.
Ricb et at, 71 acres, in tbe Sammy
Swamp section was bid in by N. G.
Bos way for $3,300.
The State against W. B. Hammnond
6 acres near Manning for taxes bid in
b.y J. A. Weinberg attorney for $60.
The Clerk of Court sold 474 acres.
suit for pa: tition in the matter of Fur
man Cole et al against Robert E. Cole
e- al bid in by W. C. Davis attorne.'
for $6,100. It is said this property was
bid in for the parties in interest be
cause there were no bidders to make it
bring its value.
SIGN IF DISCREP'ITUDE
Whes Yes Cease to ILove a Circusi
A prominent magaz~ine writer says:
"The fact t.hat thousands, of peopli
thronged Robinoons Circus tenu
proves that the love of the circus it
inherent in the blood of humanity s
long as tho red corpuscles exist. Whei
aman no longer loves the sawdus'
arena he has surely arrived at the teat
and slippery age, when he fain mus
crouch before the fire to warm his thir
"Though our locks maty be g ray an
our footsteps slow, the tented city. Sly
gold and tinsel, the odor of the dens
the- smiling, bespangled, adorabbi
creatures in fimy pink and oream ap
peal to us still, and sad will be the
dav when we shall cease to be thrille<
b3 this most ancient but still modern
this altogether delighted potpourri n
grandeur and nonsense, of reality an<
sham. the circus "
If the germs of mouth are not alte
gether eliminated frorm your veins yo'
can sariate this normal, he-althfu
yearnng b., visiting t.oe splendid erbi
bitone given by Rohinson's Shows i
Manning NJovembei 10 Two perrcrm
anees will be given t, 2 aod 8 p. ii
Doos "pan one hour earlier, gi'.iai
ampe timi'e to4 inspect. -our- . reat. ed.
a-oa z..mgncnl eoilection.
The bllot to annex that. portion of
Clarendon which emhraces a part of
Midway and Sandy Grove wwnships
was held ye-steraa at the R C Bur
gess store, and, while we have had no
definate news of the result we are quite
certain the vo:e was practically unani
nious in favor of the anriexation. and
unles- the county board of education
affects some satisfa<-tory adjustment
of toe trouble brewing in the adjoining
school d:strict in that section. we fear
another portion of Midway will follow
Saturday, Nov-mber 8th. has been
fixea by the execulie committee as
the date for the next teachers' asso
ciation meeting. An interesting, en
tertaining, and instructive program
has been arranged. Instrumental
music will be rendered by Miss Louise
Mann. oLHome Branch school.
"Common mistakes. commonly made,"
especially by the inexperieneid tea-h
er, will be d1isussed by Misi Lizzie
Roders of the Sarlinia sch.ol. and
Miss Lida Scarborough, of the Sum
I mertsn chool
The u's of Current Events, as a reg
ular or pecial feature, in the sctno:?ls
will b- diQ'cusse.l by Mr J I Welson,
Manning, and Mr. J A D- nois of toe
Davis Station --chuol. Be. ides the
above special featur. s, will be general
siis: ussions for th.- good of the vrof.-s
sion. It would be weli if a large num
her of our teacher., would rhink ab-sut
ihe-e -uhje;-ts in the m-atine-, and he
irepared to give th fratserntt *t be14
heo-fitief their . xpr riene- and ob-er
vation Le: every teacher i the cosun
ty begir now to arrange- for this "ecu
sion. I apipel to the trusteesi through
..Ut thecout% tse- to it, that, your
te-cher has a wat to ge; to these- v-r.
inportant mesi-ntsg-. If the-. juut.
will no- come, then' find ou!. the reason,
and mak.- a note of it for future use.
The teacher 6111 per'sisten'l s a-.s
awa% from these m e!,; -s is tot aw-ae
t b s "r h- r h-t int r s!: T- e t, -- h
r -.ho i.s --'. I ;iL 0: *i5' .1 i t
1-ud up-1104A -,111--:Vi11-1 i---*i.nz
ile- ttne ttorise in i he prnfe-s--'n
A-.4 z' ou-seit. anl -. e whlir- %(-u
stand. E. J. B.
The in -wiod Ribbers Caught.
M. nziot was i .d ir. *u-- I -st issu
"f h-- .-.mot toethe R F Epp -r
- n stoe- 'i P.oe v,-d Mo'-la% tjmi-ht o'
bst week. and that Mr. ('[.de- G.d
d-ngs th- warchmnan shot a' the rohbi-r
wosutiigs him hut. he got. away.
'hurs !as mor-ing the wounded man
*as discovered in the woods t ear Rim
i.i and captured. hu- he was so had y
wounded i, was 'holuh. best to tak
him to. the hospital in Sumter fo- treat
m nt He waS shot in hb-.i les. atid
one shot pL netrat- d hi- abdom~ n.
The wail gives h s name as John
Swink and c'aims to be from Eon Col
lege N. C.. and escaped from a chain
gang in Nor h Caroslinm, he also says
be, with th- aid of t.wo boys he rohb-d
a hou-e near Columba. one of the boys
was captured. but he with the other
one escaped b3 swiming the river. He
gave the name of the o d man seen
with him. at Rimioi as C. C. Sims:
the-v had been ab-ut Rimini twg* ther
foir so-me time. and claim--d ih. ir busi
ness was trappmng Th - etIier man
#:ss not wi-h Svink at Piejtwooxl the
night of the astt-mpted rohhrv hus
Swink c11ims that Sams pla-.ed the
scheme and left him to do the work.
Sams was arrested and tak-n to Pine
wood, he atcpears to be atout 50 years
of age and has a crippled arm, and it is
b -ieved both of them are desperntk
haracters. The day after the Parr
Sh-als rohbers thest- two ms-n turn-d
op as R~imnini.and a.-ked -ohb aloweo to
place some monet in sh. safe ina store,
but, the storek-eperd-.cl ined.t.het 'hen
loaded their pisto-s sa left., since thetn
the d. pot at. Rimini, at.d the s'ore- o'
Dr. F. M. Harvin. and A G S:-aek
at. Pinewood have been s-bhed.
Ord man Sams informed the depot
a'gent at.Rimai, of t.le whereatiouts of
te- wounded man Thursda' morning.
ad Messrs Alvin Mimis, Dr Frank
Harvin, and Clotle Geddings got into
Mr Mims' 'ar anid arrested both osf
h m. tn,king irne wounded onle to the
Tsumes hospital in Suit-r. and seid
ing tr:e other otne tos Manning by '-on
,ahle Lowder. S-ims claims his home
is in Burlington N t'., nun. de-nies anis
coineeriin with Swinks' attempt toe
rob. It is thought, the wosunded main
is not seriously hurt, and that. he wilt
.oon be brought to the Manning jail
With The Churches.
Suosdav evening, Nov- mb.-e-, 9:h. at
7:30 p in, the Pa-ts'r wil' d.-liver an
addres= <mt rtimperatnce. '-Rim R.-h
iisn Ased Ti,- OJptssi- isn Acrny." Th'-'
address will be il u-satr-o by atbout 75
beautiful sntereoptico'n vie-ws.
Sunda) Schoo~ 10:30 a. m. E. L Wil
kns Superintendent. Morncinsg ser
vice 11:30 a. m , withb serm-n by t.h.
Pasor. Y -u ar.-- cordial-yjoyvi'edi tol
atte-id :th: out -er ---s
J A ANSLEY.
Sabb' h .s-hi.ml 11:30 a. m. Div-iie
-*'orshi p 11:30 a. m anid 7:30 p. m
Moring Sermon, oThe Suc- essive
Step-- in the Chtri.'ians Deve-oms-nt."
Evening S, rm.,n. -:W here doe-s the
Siul osf the B- lieve'r go Imnmediatet.3
t Deat h?" Youtsg People's Meetinig
4:30 p. m Prayer meeting Tbursdsy
Evening 7:30 A cordial invitation is
eXte-Oded to' all to attend Our services
L B 'CC'ORD,
Sunda3s School. 10:15 a. in.. Joseph
Sprett. Suapermtendent. Public wor
ship,, 11:30 a. m. I'rayermieetiug,
Thut sda., 4 p m Visitors are cord tally
welcome to all services The subj- et
of Education witl be studied on Sunday
morning. G. P. WATSON,
COUNTY SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION
Miss Vandiver, general secretary of
the Inter-denominational S u nd ay
School Association, after conferring
v'ith County Chairman, C. A. McFad
din, has fixed the date of the Clarer.
don convention for December 9 10 at
Maning. Every Patstor and Sunday
School Superintendlent is earnestly re
quested to see that each school in the
county is represented at that conv en
G. P. WA TSON,
Executive Committeeman for Claren
A Maker of Bealth.
A good donest medicine like Foley
Kidney Pills gives health to tmsny
families. Mrs..'. Palmnei. 635 Willow
ISt., Green Bay; WVis. was seriously
-ill with kid ney and bladder trouble.
Mr. Palmer writes: "My wife is rap
idly recovering her health and
1strength due solely to the use of
Foley Kidney Pills." For sale by all
dealers everywherc. adv.
Noieis hereby given that pursuant
to a commission issued to them by R
M McCown, Secretary of Sinate, dat-d
11th. Octobe-r 1913. the unsdersigne-i
Board of Corporuion will open hooks
i or su'sc-riptiont to Sardinia Mercantile
I Omsparsy at the ratirsad depot., at
-Sardmia, S. C . sn Weduesday, Nove-i
a her 12t n, 1913, a' 2 o'clock p. in., the
-said compan3 ts do a gene-ral m. retan
te bu--iness a- Sa-dinia. S C
R E McFA DDIN.
- . ;W J MILLAPP,
The society event.of t.he season in Pine
wood was the marriatie of Miss Mar3
Eiizabeth Weeics, the attractive and
winst ae daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. We.-ks, to Dr. Thomas Russel
Littejoria, on Wt-dnesday afternoot
Ociober 22, at Lh.- Bip ist church The
church was beau'ifully decorated it
white and green Ju-t before the c-r
emonN Ms. Ernest ine Barre of Lexinz
ton. sang very tieautifull. "1O Promi-e
Me," ann "You and Love" accomnpanied
by Miss Bt ssite Geddings. To the ever
btauui:ul strains of Lohengr'ins we-I
ding march pltye-i by \lis Barre thi
tridal part% euter-d io ih- fllowiug
order: Th grooinsmpn. J W Weeks,
Jr , aud Ransom Ri.hardson, accom
panied by the ush--rs. Jeff Davis anid
LeslIe Tindal, passing up the right
aisle. while the brid--rnaid-. Misses
M..rtie Boy h- f Sumi -r and Marian
Littiejoihn or Jtio-svilie, ini white late
drt-t.tss with green s;ish-. marched up
the opposite aisle f.ilowed 1b the dane
ot hindr. Mrs. Josepii U. Fletcher of
Winstyn-Salem, N C.. -rowned in gr-en
crnarmw-u-e wth over dress of Duchetsse
lace. aud the brides' sister Miss Isabell
Weeks as mail of honor in yellow sitin
wit.h cew drip ov,-rdre!-s, and carrying
white earn ious.
The bi ide, radiantly bo.:utiful in
Moua Lis:, satin trime-d in real !ace,
wita dPr per-et., ctaught up with orang
bioss mS and e-il worn calp fasl:ion.
-Noru as lir only jewel a brooeh of
pearls aud - apph;r, s. the rift, of the
rnm The tride ntera-d on the arm
f tier ist.we ai s in L ;.t te aler
by the ttoiUs v. ti . b, h t:an. Dr.
It M Granam ot Fio:+ice. where the
Imelressi-r rL 0 er-1y wai per
fortuit-11 ny tie vas-r o thll VOunlg
-%,up e, 'ie- R-v W. S. Tr-nhe of ;h
k' e *t i- r i.-:,U chur .
iUmuedist-y a:v ;he e r.ininy an
uforiao re.eputou was lie d at. the
ome of the bride- pa: ente, which
a..t lurrt-ly atto-nried. by the' fr-ensk
s or.al set to .11 r their con~btria'u-a
.is *., -h ' .- hi h :,. wu:0
puche. left. oi ti:- eoi-ing train for
.'aist.. ion, wh.-ri. ttli will sone.d
their hiuvmicy on
Th-- .- . o tow.. giult4 were: Mrs.
It. B. Sia;h aud NI.s . larian Little
jo t.l.i:.Joss-l-e. Mis G V. Perris,
J.. o; Utien, Mr,.. Fr-a P. Hamilton
or Coft.n, Mrs .1 F. Wet-ks of Colum
b:a, Mr. A E. Muunerlyu of Bishop
il-, .\!is Wai' er Be. 4e and Mi.s
Martir Boyle of Sumer. Miss Erues
ine Barre of Lexnton and Mrs. J. R
Feteer of Wus on-S:m, N. C.,
and Mis- Francis Fietcher o'f Win!,tun
Salem. Mrs L M. N -lon :ul Miss
Virinia Nelson of Sumineion. Messrs
.. J. Plowden and James Nelsotn of
umtnertmn. Edwin Boyl t ot Columbia
Agus Littl-john of Lawudale, N. C.
aud Dr. R. M Grahan of F';trene-.
Our sebool work goes on brautifully.
ruie primiry.departinent is showing
won i.e ful iniprovemeuts under the
upe'vision ot Mis3 Lou.se Mann our
n w aetier.
We fear our school items will be
late this week, but, 03 account of
noiuhiy examinations and gettiug out
reports we have been too busy to think
i other things.
3th teachiers and pupils were de
libted to have our faittiful and effi
ient. %up,-ritienduelt.. Prof. E. J.
roWnie, upend a fe-V hours wi:h us on
We bad ho iday Thursday
The Leaciers weat wi'h some of
her pupils wo ibe Stare Faar.
Our at.enulance is L~i~e best we have
ere had nefore christmas h..1:days
The parents have di-cided to send the
enidren on to schoot and hire the cut
Never has oiur piano sound--d so good
i us as nlow- -w.- made the last pay
men' on it Saturday.
Th - e a illtiue an ..ystersupper at the
.huud nioidi-. ott F. ida:, uilgnl. Nov.
7th. Spe-cial amnuse-ment will br- fr
ang.-d for the crowd.
he farmers around here are still
rvtn inusy gatherine their crog's.
iss Maud Broad way of Sumter,
p.-tt last Sun tay at her bomne in this
Miss Mars (.orbett spent last week
with her uncle Mr. J. .tukes near
Miss Orilla Johnson of Turbeville is
now the ursi of Mis-s. Ber-hba Stone
Oii jast Friday evening the win of
Mr. J. P. Brosdu'n was destroyed by
ire, it is tsupposed that the tire was
sir ed bv matches in the cot ton. Tne
-s ho t:e was atout $3.o00
.lr.Olie J Abrams of Summerion,
made a short visit to friends in this
ou munity last Sunday.
-\ few eneri-tte and pleasure loving
it.:zc-u, tucee-.ded uii W edesday e Ven
op in chart ei inc a train ihe North
we-tern to transport to and from Sum
tea, tu'or. de sir. us of seeing Bert Leigh
it. his popular mnus-ea. cam: dy-''The
ittle Millionaire." A crowded train
it was, and the pa:r ticipants of the
h-atrical seem thoroughly to have en
o i-d the performanCe.
The firs' number of the lyceum course
o lie given here this winter, is an en
,t-rtainment by the Euclid Glee Club,
on Tuesdlay eveninv, 4th. Six attrac
ios will' be presented durinir the
ext few months, all of which are
amog ihbe best sent out by the Alka
Te 101llowing were among the happy
Fair vinitors: Mes.-rs Marion Sanders.
J. M. Ploaden, L. E Brailsford. L. K.
uowle, J H. Burgess. Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Allen
Miss Grace Briggs spent several
avs this week in Columbia and Dar
Miss Anne Logan. who has been vis
iting Mrs. H. C. Mazyck. bhas returned
o ber home in Charleston.
M iss Mahel Harp- r spent the week
'-td with Mist. Mabel Browne in Mau.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Harrin spent
Sunday in Manning.
Mr. J. T. Brogdon had the misfor
tune to get his ginnery and six bales of
o~ton burned last Friday afternoon.
IMr. Brogdon has the sympathy of the
entire community in this great loss.
Mr. Grover Beatson spent Sunda~v
night with his brother, Mr. H. K.
M r. Zeb Andre ws attended services
in Mann inar Sundayv More ing..
Hore Branch school has organized a
'Friday Afternoon Club." The fea
ture of these meetings is to be sts'ry
eling, and other interetsting subjects
to be choseu by t he program commite
tee. The ofli era elected are: Presi
dent, Neat Hodge; Vice President.
Pamme RidwillI; Secretary, Eunici
Corbet; Executive committee, Rena
Rich, Pauline Hodge, and Camilla
There will be a hot supper at Horn'
Branch school bouse Friday night
Oysters will, also, be served.
A medal has been offered to the pu
il in 4th, to 7t;h grades. who makes
he rzeatest improvement in writing
throup hout the term.isahoewr
*Grtpp'' Mr. Aidre ws has been quit
-ick but we are glad to hear of his
iproving, thoug h slowly.
W,nted-To find the heist bargain ira
a farm in Clarendoi Countyi must, hi
i .1 lawnt. d and re-asonahlr in price
Farmer,- ox a21 Bennerramale . C.r
Niss F. N Lavendar an aunt~of Hon
D. L. Green o1 Turteville is quite il
at Lhe home of Dr. I. W. Pittman.
The brick school building now in thi
cour.e of coustruction at Turbeville I
making flu- progress.
The ladies of Turb.-ville are making
p ais to have a big bazaar in the nt-a
furure f r the bene-fit of Pine Grov
church lighting p!ant.. they have al
ready raised about $90, and now the.
wilt rais- th. balance .and out. into th
church a modern acet. It-ne plant.
Honor Roll Manning Graded School.
Mar% Lou Bradley.
Virginia Alma Bradham
Fra' ces Dickson.
Mildi ed Smith.
Laly Emma Sprort.
John D Gerald.
N ap Ridleill.
1.1. MJ- J -4i,.
R*sa Rich oorg.
C iarlie Davis.
Ed ward Sprott..
Ris-ilie F alger.
EIGHTH GRA -E.
Rounette Hirsch mann.
M., rtie B wman.
Sue M. Spratt.
Itch relieved in 30 miuntes Ii Wool
frd's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails.
Sold by Diekson Drug Co., druggists.
5 or 6 dose- 666 will break any c;'se
of Chills and Fever: and if taken then
as a t')nic the Fever will not return.
f von have any land to buy or sell.
it will pay you to see me. a; I am well
prpaed toe handle same to an ad vant
age for you. C. W. Wells, Real Est ate
Aegnr, Manning, S. C.
Anything you want in sheet music
S. I. Till has it. A ll 25c. music 15e.
50e. music 25c. by mail po~tpaid. Thi<
department is in charge of Mrs W. F.
Doker, phone 690 Sumter, S. C.
WANTD-Rtoves and heaters to
put u p. I close the fire place and t;he
work is right I put dowunanid repair
pumps. I Wake resovoirs a nd do al
soldering in tin anid sheet mnettal.
Phone Rheardon shop. J. P. BE LL.
For Sale:--Having concluded to re
~ire from the hore! business in MSlan
nig I have several suit.'s of furnitur e
to dispise of and I will b~- ple-d '
show them to lpersonii da; ri' oy
chae. Call at the Cerntr.,- H~o
I: iH 1 ons.
For Sale-Spring Hatche''. sing
Comb, White Leghirri l'e :9
okerels $1 23 e-acl. Fit ii ior tr6
20 or mor~e wi est free t-.e pu :
laid at are 5 momnths 1 wrtek ia ma -
pulleis and cocke-rels unreti-., n
strain. A. C. Davis.Proprietor, Pec-anla
Poultry Farm, Davis Station, S C.
For saie-A limited amount Coeici
tmn Totole Wit'Re~titant I.iton ed
81 00 per bushel. Will sefl our. bw Dec.
1, if orders con' nue. WVal h,.hl ionl.1
for cash and th.-n at, .3onr Ii1-k StY
ome or the best, farmt-rs p tses
all praise tnem 1 have alread. giun
ls. iu C>tttO hou-t amit a omi o eka~
in sight.. planted anuer icocow. 100t) lb
fertilizer. A. C. Day~s, Datvis Staiuou
All pi-rsons are hereby niti.>d nol
to hunt or shoot on my alans o0 N sor
Ferry Road and jo:ning the lands 01
Levi', McKn'eht. Smith. Burgess. Hot
man and Clark.
D. J. WINN
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judee of Probatar
for Clarendon county on the 10t, da.c
of November 1913. at 11 i'cloick a. m.
for letters of d i-chat ge as itta r3 an fi
Thomas Cat I Gambil '.- form. re a mlI*ntor
G iii rat ian.
urb-ee S. C Oc(t-. 10th. 1913.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Clarendon County. -
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Charlton DuRant, Plaintiff,
Harriet A. Brown. D-fendant.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Judgment Orier of the Court of Con
mon Pleas, in ihe tove ,tatfil action.
to int- direc ed, bearing datv of O.-t 30th
1913, 1 will s,-!l at public auc ton, to
the biteet- biddiler, for cish, at Clar
eodon Court, House. at Maning, in
said count y, withiun the legil hours for
judicial sales. on Monday. the Ist dt% of
Decenber 1913, beati-al%a. the fo
lowii-g d. scribt d realIt e.; a te:
All i bat, piece. pat cel or tract or land
lying, beiou and situate in the toun.v
of Clarendon, in the State aforesaid,
containing sixty (60) acres. mor-e or
less. and bounded an butting as fol
lows, to wit: North by Mary A. Me
Leod and Children; East bv lands of
R. Bruce Bradham and N. Cornelia
Bradham; South by lands of e.,Vita -of
Moses L--vi atn laud. of J. R Hill.
and land-f.f Daniel Postelle and ot.hers,
and Wes. by a three acre st.rip of 1:tod
along tht' righL of way of the North
westeru Railroad, wnieb is reserved
by A. Levi.
All that piece, parcel or tract of
land lymn!, being and siuate in the
County of County of Ciarendon, in th
said State and containing sx:y-onv- aud
one-fourth (614) acres, and bound- d
and butting as follows, to wit: North
by lands of Mary A. McLeod and
children; East by lauds of R Bruce
Bradhain; South by lands of B H
Broad way, and West by lands of C. E.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. GAMBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
MA TCHNG PEARLS.
Orientals Deievo In Ccx and Affinity
In t'ne Gems.
Moet brides are partial to pearls. and
in some eastern count 'es no other
jewels are allowed to figure among the
In Persia the notion prevails that
the pearls themselves are susceptible
of married bliss. Among the hereditary
jewelers of the Persian court it Is an
article of faitb' that pe:trls lave sex
and that every one has its mate. its
equal in size an r ity. The surest
way to avoid the dreaed peafl disease
Is to mount the pearls in pairs. If de
prived of their mates they languish
and lose luster: hence the desire to
match pearls wblch has led to such ex
It Is said that the great glory.of the
ropes of pearls given to Queen Alex
andra by some of the princes of India
was the perfect match!u.g of almost
all of the pearls. Thus the eastern
experts believed they were assuring
long life for these jewe.. It Is believed
to foretell misfortune for the owner. of
pearls when they contract the pearl
Some readers may remember that
the first whisper of coming misfortune
for the beautiful Empress Engenie
arose when the news was spread
abroad that her pearls were spotted
and crumbling away. Of course. the
French jewelers would him& derided
the eastern notion of sex and attilnity
In pearls. but the keepers of the shah's
jewels believe In it. and they have
preserved nmany of' the crown jewels
for centuries. Modern jewelers are al
ways on the lookout for opportunities
of matching pearls. You do not find .
them so anxious to match diamonds,
or rubles. .And it Is curious that
persistent searching generally disco,
ers that all pearls have doubles in size,
luster and weight-New York Sun.
BATHS IN PARIS.
They Are Something In the Nature of
a Public Function.
American tourists when they visit
Paris find unexpected difficulties in
gratifying their desire for a bath. Con
ditions are slowly changing for the bet
ter, however, and some of the hoteWs
have Introduced bathrooms, an Innova
tion brought about mainly to satisfy.
American demands. A writer in the
New York Sun tells how the bath is,
Like most intimate affairs in France,
thi bath' partakes of the nature of a
public function. There is also a choice
In the matter. The ambulance bath
was one franc fifty a bath, or you got
a season ticket for one frane twenty.
A man wheels a handcart, which car
-les a receptacle filled with hot wa
ter. surmounted by a tub, to your door.
He brings the tub on his head to your
room and] returns with the hot water,
two covered pailfuls at a time. He
then retires to the courtyard and waits
till you have finished the bath. HIfs
'heerful whistle fioats up to the win'
dow to the accompaniment of your
apashings as a reminder that you
should not linger--which you are not,
tempted to do in the cramped quarters
of a French bathtub.
The foreign lady's bath is a s&.rt of
gala day for the neighborhood. If fre
iluent. the event is discussed. byv the
neighbors acr'oss the wayv. "Truly.
thait costs dear': they are bieni de's mi
linatires. es damecs Amricainles"'
Anad the clhlreni iiock to 'out thie
plis ais thiey, are' turtnd out. All of
this is well t':teuhtted to make the occa.
sioni one of ke'ien emba'rrassmenzt f,.t
the foreian lad".
IBIRMINGHAM. ALA. F. L.
Wilis, snifered great ly from asthma
atd br'otnhitis He writes: "I got
no re-!!tf tili I took Folsy's H-oney
aid Tat'rO iop ond tt nel re
moved theri iloekitng ,.eitions.
andiii never fte t: o priline' .n ea
antdeiu' co ,!,le *dition: of thte
Weak, Weary Womene
~earn The Cause of Daily Woes and End
When thle back'i tnihes anti throbs.
wVhen boutiwrk is torture,
Whlen niahlt r in no ri est nior
Whlen tlrinary d4-ier'a-rs et in,
WVom ini lot is ai w.e; rv cite.
IkDoang Kidnl Piil1' s are' for weak
Have proved their worthl in Man
Thliis is one'~li~t Maning wvomtan's tee
Mrs' Jsoph W.A Maninttii.8 S -
sas: -:1 wat- ;ltifril withi kiidney
fr-omI dull, aii g bai Iickaene;s. litad.
aches an dizz (IpZellt' s. I oan t's Kid
ney Pills provedt to beC ja.,rt What I
needed and I bid ito used ihem lotig
before I wa$ re; '-ed I 'ot this
& ('o's lirtig %>.'e 'w the Di.k on
For sate by ali de;te-rs. Prnice 50
New York, sole agenits for i, he United
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon, .
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
J. J. Bryant. Plaintiff
Ben Bryant. Olin Oliver Bryant, and
Rufus Bryant, Defendants.
Rule to. Show Cause.
Upon reading and filing the Peti
tion of the Plaintiff herein, from
which Petition and the record in this
Cause it appears that this action
was duly begun by the service of a
Summons and t(omplaint upon the
D~efendant, Ben Bryant
That the said Ben Bryant has
since departed this life intestate and
b1-ft as his sole tieirs and distribu
fees at Law his father, J J. Bryant.
the Plaintiff herein, and his broth
ers and sisters, to wit: J. B. Bryant.
Harmon L. Bryant, Lucius H Bry
ait, Olin Oliver Bryant, Rufus Bry
alit. Joseuh Allen Bryant,. Alice Ver
melle Kelley, Adell Carraway, and
And it further appearinir that the
interest of the defendant. Ben Bry
ant, in the tract of land which is
sou-,ht to be partitioned in this ac
tion has descended to his heirs all of
whom live in this State except J P.
Bryant. whose add'ress is unknown;
Olin Oliver Bryant, whose Post
Office address is Albany, Ore
goi; Rufus Bryant, whose Post.
Office address is Butts. Georgia;
Jo.-eph Allen Bryant, winose Post
Offire address *is unknown; Alice
Vertuelle Kelley, whose Post Office
address is Decatur, llinois, anid
Charles Bryant, whose Post Office
address is unknown-All of whom
reside out of the State of South Car
olina, aid it further appearing that
The Mannino Titues. a newspaper
published at Manning, South Caro
lina, is tuost likely to give notice to
tihe said parties
IT IS ORDr.RED, That the said
J P. Bryant, Harmon L. Bryant,
:.uCIus B Br)ant, Olin Oliver Bry
ant, Rufus L. Br)ant. Joseph Allen
Br% ant, Alice Vermelle Kelley, Ade.1
Carroway and Charles Bryant do
show cause before the Judge presid
ing in the court of Cowmnon Pleas in
and for Clarendon County, South
Carolina. in open Court, on the firs,
day of the ensuing January term ol
said Court, at the hour of ten o'cloch
in the forenoon, or as soon there
after as Counsel canl be heard, wh)
this action should not continueu
against them as heirs of tie said Ben
Br% ant, deceased; and
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEIN
That upon the default of any. or als
of said parties in show ing good cause.
the said action will be so continurn
against him or them so in default
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED.
I hat this Order be served upon the
defendants who can be found in the
-tate of South Carolina by deliver
ig a copy hereof to them and leas,
:g'the same with them in the samt
anner required for the service of a
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED
That thi- Order be served upon th,
dfendants. J P Ir% ant, Olin Olive.
Bri anit, Rufus L Br) ant, Josept
Allen Bryant, Alice Vermelle Kelhe).
aid Charles Bryant by publishing
the same in the said ""he Ma'i
Times once a week fe:' six conm--vi
ive weeks; and that a --opy o
rder be deposited in'*the Post - -
in Manning, South Carolina, w
postage prepaid thereon, a i a
dressed to each of the folh~v:m
r. ties at their respective add --- +
: follows: Olin Oiiver Bryant. Al
an.y Orego; Rufus L. Bryair.
Butts. Georgia; Aiec Vermelle Kel
l.v. Decatur, Illinois
JOHN S WILSON.
Judge Third Judicial 'ircuit.
Manning, 5. C., July 25th, 1913.
lieryous and Sick Headache.
Torpid liver. conistipated bowels
and disordered stomach are the
aise of .these headaches. Take
Dr Kinr's 'ew Life Pills, you will
e surprised how quickly you will
get relief. Thiey stimulate the dif
feremit organs to do their work prop
rly No better regulator for liver
nd bowels. Take 2.5c and invest in
a box to day. At all druggists or by
mail. .H E. Buicklin & Co. Phila
lephia and St Lou is.
Rats Fought for Comrade.
Rats defended a comrade at Hun
gerford, near London, England, on a
recent night. An engineer at the Hun
gerford outfall works of the London
Sewage system struck a large rat
when making his rounds. Immediately
scores of rats appeared and attacked
the man fiercely; tearing at his trou
sers. Taking to his heels, the man
was pursued by the animals for sev
eral hundred yards.
.The great principle of brotherhood
s not by equality, nor by likeness,
ut by giving and receiving.--Ruskin.
Will cure your Bheumatismn
Teuralgia, Headaches, Cramps,
Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and
Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects
Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in
erally and externally. Price 25c.
I noted fo:
The clothes guar- L
antee that you
are well dre E
them to s. Y i P!
get this .ripleii
I you wear
-ne same we thewmld as
Style, plus a&
wool fabric plus
ship, plus (t, plus
That is the STYLE s
PLUS principle and the
clothes more than make
You wlbe surpined
that you can get clothes
that look $25 worth and
wear accodnl s i
are made in one of the
largest and mostmoden
clothing factories in th
world by workmen who I
are experts poxIn cing
style and valus at a
Comein and trtyanmu8
or overcost. Wewm1ealt
to your good judgment ad
OW Min. Cme to.
16 South Main St.,_
W ilAr PEt)PLE ARE L.00KINO FOR~
more than anyting else in tlheae- days.
i convenience. Anything that willm
duce the amount - of worli.- Tiiers is
nothing more conveniens in busines
than to M' able to~ pay your. bills ory
cheek. This is one of the coaennc
ou have by having an account wit :
Iommercial bank. There 'are mane
others to be bad if you have an e
covnt witn our bank.
ll0ii Batik and Trust &0
Nice Farm For Sale.
150 acros, 5 miles from Mancnins
mile to station, giood clay road to te -:.
6room dwellingr, barns and stable.
tenant houses, tobacco barn. sat:
loam with clay sub-sil, food farm'.
land und a nice home. artesian was
nearchurch anid sc-hool and in g'.
community. Attractive p~rice for r
R . COSBY NEWTON,
Cues Old Sores, Other bame Wu't C
The worst cassno matter ofhoWloingstas -"
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable '
Porter's Antiseptic Healing OILi.RTel'
Pain and Heals at the same time. 25c. 50c;',I
d and are
r their fine
t ~roerv o. *