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Obe JlIkuuiug Elmes.
IANNING, S. C., DEC. 3, 1913
ST. PETER'S LODGE,
Meets Wednesday Evening, Dec. 10th.
E. A. Degree-Annual Election of
E. C. Horton.
E. J. Browne, Sec. W. M.
RUTH CHAPTER, NO. 40,
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular Meeting. Second Men
day in Each Month,
CHARLTOIN DuRANT., F1D T RE'
High Priest. Secrtary.
Manning Chapter, No. 19
'-Orderof Eastern Star.
r Regular Meeting. First Tuesday
In each Month.
)Mrs.) G. M. SrTrE. W. B
(MISS) SUsM HARvnt. Sec.
These Cakes are a
real nice selection and
are easily worth more
MANNING. S. C.
Read the auction sale ad. in this is
Mr. W. M. Turner is in town for a
Mr. C. R. Harvin spent several days
in Orangeburg last week.
Quite a large number attended the
sheriff's sales in Manning last Monday.
Mr. Arthur Cutter with a jolly
crowd is in Santee Swamp this week
Mr Peter Koeis, a prominent mer
ebant of Greelyville, spent Sunday in
Bead Rigby's big advertisement,
compare tne prices, and then inspect
The Missionary Society of the Meth
odist church will meet at 4 o'clock Fri
W. H. Andrews, after a hotly con
Stested election, was elected mayor of
Georgetown 3 esterday.
Mrs. J E. Barrett and children spent
a few days of last week near. Jordan
with her mother who has been quite
Fli, but is better now.
*The town tax books closed last Mon
day withi the usual number of del in
quents to have to pay the penalty.
Secretary of Agriculture Houstonbas
appointed James Henry Rice. Jr., of
Summerville, game warden for South
Mr. S. J. Clark has purch'tsed the
home occupied by Mr. A. J. White and
owned by Mr. C. W. Brown of Panola,
and will soon move into it.
The ladies of Pine Grove church at
Turbeville will give a bazaar next
Friday night to raise funds for the
purchase of a lighting plaint for the
Capt. R. B. Lyons has retired from
the hotel business, and bought the
home of Mrs. Lucille Fladger, where
he and Mrs. L~yons will reside in the
The family of Mr. P. B. Thames has
moved to Davis Station where they will
'conduct a boarding house, and their
-daughter Miss Glady, will take a po
Ssition in the post office.
Do your Christmas shooping early.
those who get here early will get the
advantage of the splendid selections
made by our merchants specially for
the holiday trade.
Coffey and Rigby received a splendid
lor. of horses and muies last Monday
This concern has handled several Car
loads this season, and the demand ".pon
them for first class stock continues.
The colored farmers conference and
teachers' association convenes in Man
ning Saturday next in the colored
graded' school. Every proirressive
farmer and teacher is expected to at
The patrons of the Big Branch
School will serve bar beeue and oysters
at the home of Mr. W. T. Touchberry.
Friday night Dec. 5th, given for the
benefit of the school. Public cordially
A meeting of the Civic League will
be held at the court house Friday
December 5th, at 4 o'clock. At this
-meeting officers will be elected for the
Sensuing year and a good attendance is
Pres.dent Wilson's message wnich
he read to the congress vesterday will
go down in history as a clear, concise
and forceful state paper. There is not
a surplus word in it, it is brief and
bristling with statesmanship.
John T. Duncan of Columbia who
has been a candidate for the United
States senate and for governor has ap
p ied to the supreme court to reinstate
'mn as a member of the Bar from
which be was disbarred a couple of
-Congress entered upo~n its regular
N~session last \iondas after the longest
ial session ina its history. The reg
ular ses.sion promises to be another
record breaker. The estimates for
th~e government amounts to over a
The following is the honor roll of
r the Line Sebool: First grade. Magarie
White. Rach.'el Loader and Iola Mc
Call. Third grade, Charity Ridgeway,
and Lona White. Sixth grade. Edith
Ridgeway and Orphia Lowder. Miss
~Theresa Wise, teacher.
The town tax collection atnounted to
over $6.000 with more to be collected,
which will put the affairs of the town
in spleodid condition, paying off the
Spast i:debt..dnrss andi 1-atse a surplu-.
This is a sp endi . shaowingr for be
authorities, ats they took chlare of ta,
ton when it was ahout $9,00n in debt.
Arant's ad. is worth five cec
The commissary on the plantation
Mr. J. McDowell McFaddin about
miles west of Manning, was broken
to last Thursday nieht and robbed o
considerable quantity of merchandi
The thieves opened a sack of os
emptied it on the floor. and filled
the sack with shoes and other goods.
Among the cases tried in the Co
mon Pleas court at Kingstree last we
was the case Thomas B. Cutter agaii
the Mallard Lumber Company of Gre
yville, in which the jury rendered
verdict in favor of Cutter for $5,1
for personal injuries. W. C. Da%
Esq., of the Manning bar, and
Turner Logan Esq., of the Charlesn
of the Charleston bar represented 16
Cutter, and Kelley and Hinds and I
win Hirsch, Esq., of the Kingstree t
the defendant company. After t
verdict the defendant's attorneys ,
gued for a new trial which was refus4
There will probably be an appeal tak
to the supreme court.
.The Young Reliable, J. IL Rigby
offering to the trading public great
ducements for early shopping and go
bargains. Having bought heav
when in market, and the season is ft
drawing to a close he has decided
unload his immense stock of everythi
handled in a first class merchandise 4
tablishment at greatly reduced pric4
The people know Mr. Rigby and kn
that when he puts on a special sale,
is something worth their while to cc
sider Rigby is noted for the depen
ble merchandise be carries, acd in i
der the facilitate the handling of t
immense trade his sale will attract, I
has put on an extra force, and tDc
who visit his store can depend up
As a practical demonstration of wb
can be accomplished when a peoy
have the pull-to-gether-spirit. was th<
oughly exemplified by the citizens
she city of Sumter in entertainin
Omar Temple Thanksgiving Day .T
Shriners enjoyed every moment
their star, and the lavishness of ti
entertainment will never he forgotte
Omar Temple has been entertained
'everal of the cities of this State b
never so elaborately as on this occasic
Those who had charge spared neit
er time or means to make this meetit
of Omar the greatest ever, and th
succeeded far bevond the expections
everbody. The whole city was at tI
disposal of the Nobles, and all of t1
citizens appeared to be a committee
ive the visitors a good time. It w
a red letter day for the Game Co4
,ity, and a greater day of the nobl
of the mystic shrine. The hundreds
visitors from all over this State, Nor
Carolina ana Georgia went away sin
ing the sincere praises of Sumter, at
her hustling and wholesouled people.
Guarding Against Cmoup
The best safeguard against croup
a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar Coi
pound in the house. P. H. Ginn, Mi
dleton, Ga., writes: "My children a
very susceptible to croun, easily cat
cold. I give them Fole- 3 Honey at
Tar Compound and in .:very instani
they get prompt relief and are soi
cured. We keep it at home and pt
vent croup." For sale by all deale
A deplorable accident occured Is
Friday afternoon near Jordan, in whii
Ollie Rawlinson the fiteen year o
son of Mr. W. J. Rawlinson, Jr., w
killed. The victim of this accide
was an exceedingly bright- boy, a gre
elp to his parents, often taking t
father's place to attend to the busine
f she place, and while the fatrher w
way from home on business, O11
went into the field to weigh and ha
n cotton, carrying with him a new
urchased shot gun, arriving at 51
lace where she hands had theirjcotto
e placed his gun against a post. at
elix Bunyan a colored boy took ho
f it and it discharged, striking yout
Rawlinron in the face, killing him i
stantly. Coroner Gray held an inque
ad the jury rendered a verdict sh
he deceased came tohis death from
unshos wound from a gun m she han
f Felix Bunyan, and upon this verdi,
the Coroner committed Bunyon to ja
A pathetic feature of this very si
ragedy is the fact that Mr. Rawh:
son, the father got the gun for his b6
only a few days before, saying ast 5
time that he did so with misgivings,
e thought his son was really t
oung to own a gun, bus tbe. little ft
low seemed to have his heart so set
t that he reluctantly gave him 1
rmise he woula get him a gun f
hanksgiving day. He came to Ma
ning and carried from the Plowdi
ard ware store a gun on approval, sa
ing if he decided to keep it he won
pay for it. On Friday morning yout
Ollie came to Manning himself at
paid for the gun, then went back horn
and in a few hours he paid his life as
forfeit for the pleasure of owning
gun. It is hopes that the sore grief
tis bereaverd parent wilt prove a lat
ng lesson to other indulgent pareni
The Man Who lieglects Himself.
When his condition points so kidno
trouble takes an unwise risk. Bac
.che. p-.id soreness over the ki
-t1s., nervous or dizz.' spells, po
l'ep. are all si mptoms that will disa
pear with the regular use of Foh
Kidney Pills. They put the kidne
nd bladder in a clean, strong at
healthy condition. For sale bya
dealers every where. adv.
Joined The Hesyeuly Throng.
Harvin, S. C., Nov. 30, 191
The Manning Times:-The mat
friends of Hon. and Mrs. James Reav
f DuRant wIll be grieved to learn sh
their eldest daughter Miss Carrie D
Rant Reaves, aged 22 years, died
Lexington, Ky., at an early hour la
Friday morning. Miss Reaves ht
been teaching in the mission school
Heidleberg, which is under the oire
ion of the Presbytserian Home Missit
Board, was taken ill with typhoid fey,
and removed to a hospital at Lexin
son. The motner went io her wnen si
teaned of her dauagbter's condisio
ad was followed later by the fath,
where they remained until the end.
Miss Reaves graduated as Wintbr4
in the class of 1911, and ever since, sl
bas been preparing herself for the m'
sion field with a view of entering ti
missionary service in China. She w
a lovely character, a devoted christ
ad a favorite among her host of a
quaintances. The body was broue:
h.me Saturday night, and the funer
took place Sunday morning at the fat
ily residence. Rev. R L. Grier
Mayesvile, and Rev. W. J. McKi
conducten she :service. The interme
took place in the old family buryu
ground, where rest the remains of h<
ancestors for more than seven gener
sions. The floral contributions we
both numerous and beautiful, and ti
attendance of both relatives from ne
and far, evidenced the popularity
this young, beautiful and most usel
character, whose earthly career h
been so suddenly ended. B. H .H.
GEORGETOWN, TEXAS. J.
Kibro says: For several years pa
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound h
been my household remedy for
coughs, colds, and lung troubles.
has given permanent relief in a nut
b r of ca-es o~f otatinate coughs a.
colds." 12onrins U'o opiates. Refu
sub-tittes. For sale by all ceale
Since the publication of ihe Cantey
of Letter in The Times last week. we v
have been greatly mortified, and can
i assure our readers had we conformed a
r a to our usual custom, this letter woula i:
anot have appeared as it was written. a
It We make it a rule to read articles, t
U' whether signed by the name of the p
up writer or not, before they are given to
the printers, for the very purpose of v
editing out anything calculated to give is
Soffense, but in this instance, being in- e
ek disposed, we gave the letter to the
est printers without reading it, never for n
a moment suspecting t.he-e were any- a
a thing in it of a personal or offensive b
9 nature until we received a letter from
a citizen of Summerton; it was then for d
the first time we read it. We assure p
n, our readers after reading parts of this
[r letter we feel greatly mortified and d
d- imposed upon. We would not have b
ar nermitted the offensive portions of the
he letter in these columns had we known d
- of its contents or nature, words will not b
express our regret for this unfortunate tl
en incident, and while we realize there is a:
good ground for the indignation the
. people feel.we hope and trust they 4ill D
3 overlook it this time, witb our assur
D' ance that it cannot be repeated as long E
as we are conducting a newspaper.
ly The people of Summerton should D
st know we would not purposely lend our
to seif to an individual or Individuals to E
2g give them offense, we have warm per
' sonal friends among them, and there _
are no people for whom we have a high- p
er esteem, feeling as we do in this
matter, on receipt of a letter yesterday ar
morning we replied to it explaining
our situation, and asked the writer to E
>r- not judge us harshly The humiliation E
and mortification this incideut caused
e us should be a sufficient punishment- D
se Mr. Cantey has in thib issue a letter
) of explanation which may or may not
be satisfactory, but this much is cer
at tain, he, nor any one else, will never
at have a letter published in these col
n umns again without our closest
o- scrutiny. lo
e Not Beyond Help at 87.
e Sleep-disturbing bladder weakness,
n stiffness in joints, weak inactive kid
in ney action and rheumatic pains, are Ii
at all evidence of kidney trouble. Mrs. b
n. Mary A. Dean 47 E. Walnut St. Taun
ton. Mass. writes: "I have passed my
9 87 birthday, and thought I was beyond
) the reach of medicine, but Foley Kid
,f ney Pills have proved most beneficial
e in my case." For sale by all dealers
le everywhere. adv. ft
:k More Phs For The Fair. vi
s We are all working for the same tl
f end, a Better State through a Better .
i Couoty, and believe the place to begin P
- is with the babies, as Better Babies, t(
id make Better School Children and Bet- d
ter School Children make Better Men I
and Women, Better Citizens who in t4
turn make the State. ti
So at 10 o'clock on the morning of W
December 12th, we expect to begin the w
Is Better Babies Contest in the school- c
n- house. The Manning babies will be a
d examined first thereby giving those si
re from a distance time to arrive. a
h The Clarendon physicians will be te
;d assisted in the examinations by trained "
se nurses and by Dr. E. R. Wilson from
>n Sumter tt
0- About 12 o'clock in the school audi- T
rs torium there will be short talks bp the ti
physicsans and cradle songs by some of n
the ladies of the town.
At this time we will distribute leaf- cl
lets, "Hints to Mothers" sent out by e.
the Woman's Home Companion and b
s announce the prize winners. We have i
d eight certificates of awara and two "
d beautiful brooze Better Babies medals;' s
also sent by tlie Companion.
at Mr. Winburr , the photographer. ~a
is from Sumter, will be present abd take
ss pictures for those who wish. I hope c
s that the mothers will have the Better
ie Babies taken, as I wish to send them to
u the Companion.
ly We want to have the parade at 10:30
o o'clock. This will be led by Schu
n, maker's band from Sumter, 12 piecs.
d While standing arounoi the court
d house we expect to have the county i
g yell, then march to Ciark's Tobacco
n- Warehouse where we will sing America di
t anid have a short prayer before dis
a The booths will be in the warehouse f
.s Come and see what Clarendon boys and
:t, arirls are doing. We hope that, every a
*!. white man, woman and child in theF
ui county will be present and show anF
2 interest in what is beingdone. a
yy Not as a money making sche me but
te to help defray the expenses, we expect E
s to sell oysters, crackers, sandwice
yo and coffee. So it will not be necessary
I. to bring dinner.
in Let's have for our slogan-Meet me
is at the Fair December 12.
>r KATHRrItrE M. RICHARDSON,
.Pros. S. I. A. al
Coughs That Prevent Sleep-.f
gThese coughs are wearing and if tc
d they "hang on," can run one down 01
e, physically and lower the vital resist- ni
a ance to disease. Mr. Bob Ferguson. h
a 319 Pine St. Green Bay, Wisc., writes: hi
of was greatly troubled with a bad C
t cough that kept me awake nights, n'
8. Two small bottles of Foley's Honey and ti
Tar Compound completely cured me." b4
For sale by all dealers every where. P
d- The South Carolina Methodist. C'on. fr
r ference which was bold at Rock Hill hl
>~ has adjourned, and the following ap-tl
:Y pointments for the districts, the Clar- bi
y endon churches are in are as follows: W
id Sumter district, H. W. Boyd, pre- hi
31 siding elder; Bethanyv, 0 N. Rountree; fe
Bishopville. G. E. Edwards; Camden, *
C. B. Smith: Camden circuit, J. U. ni
Davis: Eiloree, J L. Mullinax; Fort G
Motte, W. C. Gleaton; Heath Springs, is
J. B. Weeden; Kershaw, S. D. Bailey; ar!
3- Ly nchburg, S. J. Bethea: Manning, G. hi
Y P. Watson: Oswego, J. P. Attaway: dC
e Pinewood, R. M. Dubose~ Providence, 18
t J. E. Cohn, supply; Rict~and, George bE
a Gary Lee; St. John's and Rembert's, ES
t E. P. Hutson; St. Matthew's, G. F. sa
st Kirby; Sumter, Trinity, D. M. McLeod; cc
bd Broad Street, J. IV' Rogers; Wateree, w
D. 0. Spives.P
c- Transferred, E. K. Hardini to Balti
in more Conference; G. P. Penny to Flor
r ida Conference; B. G. Vaughan to Pa
SE ic Conference; C. B. Dawsey to
* Brazil Conference E
0, Kingstree District; H. B. Brown.pre
r siding elder;Andrews.W.O. Henderson; gi
supply Cades, L E. Peeler; Cordesville,
p G. C. Gardner, Georgetown; Duncan, i
1 Henry J. Cauthen; West End. J. B.Ma- w
s- haffy; Greelyville, W. P~. Way; H. W.
1l Whitaker, supernumerary; Honey Hill, ol
as W.H.Perry;JTohnsonville and Prospeet,
P. B. Ingraham; Jordan,W. T.Patrick. Si
c- Kingstree, D. A. Phillips; Lake City,J.
1 W. Arial; McClellanville, G. A.Teasle3 ; pt
a New Zion, P. K Rhoad; Pee-Dee, J. C. H
R 'ayior; supply Pinopolis, J. W. Baile3; ir
0 Rome. R. 10. Sharpe; Salters, W. T.Be-"
y den bauch; Sampuit, 3. F. Farr;Scramon, a
a J. B. Prosser: S-Florence. P A. Murry;
a summerton, C. C. Derrick. ft
SA Manning Girl tobe Marred. fi
' The Times editor has received the ei
of following wedding invitation which
ul will interest a large number of people 9
ain this and adjoining counties. D
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Hodge, Sr. tr
request the honor of your presence
1 marriage of their daughter, G
st Annie Louise r
il Mr. James Trammell,
It on the evening of Wednesday, De
n- comber tenth, C
id nineteen hundred anti thirteen. -rI
s Iat three o'clock, at their residene, a
r's 920 South Fourteeuth Sirees, n<
IBirmingham, Als P.
Oakdale School News.
Oakdale school is still progressing
ery nicely along several lines. I
The Sewing Club has thirty-one 2
iembers out of the eighty two pupils I
i school. Tbese Busy Bee workers I
re making their little art.icl--s for
3e county fair and hope w have a very
retty exhibit. I
The farm work has begun. Vetch
ill be planted as soon as the weather I
favorable. Other crops will be plant- I
: in their season.
Miss Wingate left Wednesday after- '
oon to spend Thanksgiving at bome t
:d returned Sunday acc-ompanied by
er brother and %i-ter.
Miss Strange wem home on Wedue.- .
sy to spend the holidays with her
irents and returned Saturday.
Miss Etheredge speut. from Wednes- 8
Ly evening until Friday with her
rother in Florence.
Workman was full of life and gayety a
iring the Thanksgiving festivities t
it the teachers and pupils have begun J
teir work again with renewed vigor !
The followiug names are on the
ecember honor roll.
Principal's room: 9a h. grade-Leila
8th. grade-Rember Evans, Pearle a
7th, grade-Maude Burns DeBelle ti
vans, William Tomliuson. it
Intermediate room. 5th, grade t
,Aline DuBose, Heyward DuBose, h
ubv McKnight. I
4th, grade-Irene Duke, Aline Stew- b
z, Fallie Cantev. t
3rd, grade-Teresa Evans. Willie V
vans, Erline Harrington, Estelle el
vans, Margaret Harrngrou. fh
Primary room. 2nd. grade-Bertie b
uke, Norman Duke, Elma Harrington. S
1st, grade-Cornelia Harrington. g
Famous Stage Beauties
ok with horror on Skin Eruptions,
lotches, Sores or Pimples. They a
>n't have them, nor will any one, 2
ho uses Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It &
orifies the face. Eczema or Salt C
heum vanish before it. It cures sore a
ps, chapped habds, chilblains: heals 0
irns, cuts and bruis-s, Unequaled for b
les. Only 25c. at all druggists. adv. f,
Preparatlous For The School Fair. n
Instead of having a regular program s
r the teachers' association meeting I
tturday coming, it has been deemed v
st to set aside that day for the ad- s!
mnce preparations on the booths for
te school fair.
Every teacher in the county who has
edged us for a toth will be expected
be here next Saturday and spend the
Ly fixine up their respective booths.
would be well for every teacher in
rested in this matter to be here early
at day, and to bring some one along
assist them in this work There
ill be nothing against those teaculers I
>ming who bave not pledged to have si
booth. They are interested in the
ecess of the fair, and they might ren
r valuable assistance to the other s
achers in helping them in their
Special notices are being sent to all it
ie teachers w bo have eneaged a booth. .
his notice in the paper will be all
tat is necessary for those who have
at engaged space for an exhibit. E
Every teacher, and all the school a
lldren throughout the county are
:pected to be here on Friday Decem
wr 12th, and to take part in the pa
Lde. A fine band of music has been
waged, and a sp'endid time is as
red to all wh- come here- ita! dat.
Te pubbe is cordial y invited w b
io out in full force. and he.lp us make ~
success of this fir--t school fair
Fr further informauion, addressI
MISS KAT HERINE RICHARDSON,
or E. J. BROWNE.
Couli Shout For Joy.
" want to thank you from the bot
m of my heart, "wrote C. B. Radler,
Lewsburg, W. Va., "for wonderful
tuble benefit I got from Electric Bit
r, in curing me of both a severe case
stomach trouble and of rheumatism,
om which I had be-en an almost help- b
ss suffere-r for ten years. It suited
y case as thounrh made just for me." 'I
ar dyspepeia, indigestion, jaundice. 3
id to rid the system of kidney pois- ta
is that cause rheumatism, Electric c
itters have no equal Try them.
very bottle is guaranteed to satisfy.
aly 50 cents at all druggists. adv.
gilling Near Paiuille.
There was a killing about two miles f<
ove Paxville yesterday. Mr. Arthur s
ibbage. a quiet and peaceable whit- s
an of the Paiville section, started *e
om his home in his ouggy yesterda3s o
go bunting, and as he was comine f<
it of his avenue he saw a negro by the o
ime of Napoleon Johnson with whom F
Shad some trouble previously,in a one
>rse wagon with sackn of oats. As Mr.
abbage turned ont of the avenue, the
tgro drove on a short distanca and
red out of the road, stooped downt
~hind the sacks, picked up a gun,
inted it at him and attempted to fire.
it. -he gun snapped. Mr. Cubbas
mped out of his buggy and took his
in, which was under the sear, loaded
and as Johnson's head showed up
:m behind the sacks he firea, striking
m in the face while the negro was in
e act of reloading his gun. M r. Cub- 84
,ge does not know whether Johnson f<
ts killed instantly or not, but the last a:
saw of him he was lying where he bi
I from his wagon. Mr. Cubbage '
n. home and then came on to Man
ng gave himself up to Sheriff E
imble and is now in jail. Mr. Cubbage e
well known here, as a good citizen ti
*d that he must have believed that g
a life was in danger or he would have E
ne all In his power to avoid trouble, E
ther than to take the life of a human 9<
ing. He will apply for bond as soon a:
his attorney can prepare the neces- I
ry papers, Nepoleon Johnson is a C
usin of the notorious Sam Dukes L
2 killed Policeman Barwick at
Davis Station. e
itor, The Manning Times:- e.
Miss Minnie Stephens spent Thankes- b
ving with relatives at Pinopoiis.
Prof. J. A. Dennis, returned Sunday t<
gh,, after spending Thanksgiving
Lth his parents at. New berry.
Miss Sally Ingram, spent a few days y
last week with friends in Florence'.
Mr. and Mrs. L S. Chewning spent
nday in Summerton with his parents. p
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Stuices, accom
inied by Misses Sally Ingram, Antile.
ilton, and Mrs. Maud Broad way were a
Sumter last Monday evening to see
Kindlling," making the trip by auto- V
Mrs. M. 4, Raffield left, this morning
r a few days visit in Columbia. r
Dr. R. E. Breadway had the misfor- Tf
ne to have his car badly damaged by
e last Wednesday night. But we
e glad it was no worse, as it could so h
sily have been entirely destroyed.
All Davis Station, will go to Sumter 0
rensa night to set' the "Double k
eceiver." We will have a special.
an for that occasion.
Quite a number of the young folks
re out bird hunting Thanksgiving.
irls as wellas boys on horse-back-They
port a huge rime, and plenty of game.
"BUSTER BROWN." s:
es Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure. I
e worst cases, no matter of how longstanding. V
cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. '
rters Antiseptic Healing Oi1. It relieves S
The unusal number of land sales ad
rertised by Sheriff Gamble attracted 1
Ln interested number to the court i
iouse square last Monday morning.
ut. not all of the property advertised
va- offered. soine of rne pieces were
vithdrawn from the sale. The follow- 1
ng is the prooerty sold: I
Char] ton DuRant vs Preston Lloyd 1 <
ot in Manning for $160 to Charlton 1
)uRant Esq. I
Delphine Cantey et al, vs Des 1
[bompson, two tracts of 46 acres each j
o Davis Moise Esq. for $1170. 1
Maude P. Lynum. vs Toney Taylor. i
ne-ha f int-r-st. in 108 acres to R. E.
leFaddiv for $600.
M. L. Macbeth vP& Dosier Rivers 1 1
xt in Summerton to Lee & Moise for i
When the sheriff's sales were con- 1
luded, by request. Sheriff Gamble
ue-tioneered off a tract of land con
iining 65 acres beloneing to Ficken i
ordan & Co . of Charleston for $2,650 a
) H. B. Richardson.
Drives Off A Terror.
The chief executioner of death in
1e winter and spring months is pneu
!onia. Its advance agents are colds
nd grip. In any attack by one of
iese maladies no time should be lost
taking the best medicine obtainable
D drive it off. Countless thousands
ave found this to be Dr. Kina's New
oiscovery. -My husband believes it c
as kept him from having pneumonia
iree or four times," writes Mrs. Geo
V. Place, Rawsonville, Vt.. "and for I
Duias, colds and croup we have never
)ud its equal." Guaranteed for all
ronchial affections. Price 50- and
1.00. Trial bottle free at all drug
Mr. Cantey Explains.
Summerton, S. C , December 1. 1913.
'o The Editor of The Manning Times:
With reference to my article which
ppeared in your paper of November
5.1 take thisopportunitylof stating that
aid article was based on different arti
le-s from leading socialogists which
ppeared in the New York Outlook aud
tner standard magazines. I should
e very orry indeed if any of my
siends should regard my article as a
ersouat-.attack; one of these articles
3 the New York Outlook was entitled
Childless Americans" and every pure E
lrid.-d mother who desires children
bould read it,and [ understand Doctor 4
.yman Abbott, Editor of The Outlook, I
rill furnish the article to anyone de
iring same for the mere asking.
Yours truly, 1
J J. CANTEY. r
Aid The Kidneys
Do not endanger life when a Man
ing citizen shows you the way to t
void it. Why will people continue to
iffer the agonies of kidney complaint,
ackache, uniary disorders, lameness,
eadache, languor, why allow them
tves to become chronic invalids.
-hen a tested remedy is offered them?
Doan's kidnev Pills have been used
i kidney trouble over 50 years, have
een tested in thousands of cases.
If you have any, even one, of the 1
motoms of kidney diseases, act now.
Iropsy or Bright's disease may set in
ad make neglect dangerous. Read
2is Manning testimony.
James E. Reardon, Manning, S. C.,
%ys: "Som years ago I used Doan's
idney Pills, obtained from Dr W. E
Irown & Co's Drug Store. (now i b.
bciksou Drug 0o.) an1 I foun-l them tAo
e a vaauable kidney medicine. The-y
rought me prompt. and lasting relief
om backache and pains across my
uns and did me a world of good."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
ents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
rew York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
eke no other.
Sunday School 10:30 a. mn. E. L.
Vilkins Superintendent. Preaching
y the Pastor 11:30 a. mn. and 7:30 p. mn.
lorning sermon, "The Rainbowe"
'rone." Evening sermon, "' I he
roice of the Cross." At 4:30 the Pas
ar will preach at "object sermon" to
hildren, subject, ''The Water of Life."
J. A. ANsLEY,
Young Women Number Surprising.
The numberof young women whojsuf
er with weak back, dizzy and nervous
pells, dull headache and weariness is
urpriing. Kidney and bladder ills
~sue rhese troubles, but if Foley Kid
v Pills are taken as directed relief
llows promptly, and tbe ills disap
ear. Contain no 'iabir, forming drugs
'or sale by all dealers everywh ere. adi
Who Buys the Next War? -
Civilisation has at least advanced toI
he point where a war ernnot be pre- I
ipitated withcut consult"' the mon--i
y powers of the world.-St. 'ceis
r. Hobson's Ointment Heals Itchy Eczema
The constantly itching, burning
nsaton and. other disagreeable
>rms of eczema, tetter, salt rlten mn
nd skin eruptions promptly cured
y Dr. Hohson's Eczema Ointment.I
o. WV. Fitch of Mendota, Ill. sa ys: 1
I purchased a box of Dr. IHobson's
zema O'intmnent. H ave had Eczema
rer since the civil war. have been
-eated by many doctors, none have
iven the benefit that one box of Dr.
obson's Eczema Ointment has."
very sufferer should try it. We're
>positive it will help you we guar
otee it or money refunded. At all
Iruggists or by mail 50c. Pieiffer
heical Co. Philadelphia & St.
The newspapers throughout
de State are criticising Gov
rner Blease severely for his
gercisrof tbe pardoni.2gpower.
ut they do not have anything
say about the petitioners who
etition him to grant leniency.
e presume the governor based
is action upon largely signed
etitions, and the recommenda
ons of the trial officers--Judges
id the solicitors, therefore, it
rould be only fair before we
>rm a judgment to know hisu
asons before we criticise him. ~
'he trouble with many of the
ewspapers is that they censure
im right or wrong, and because
f this attitude, it is difficult to
now when their criticisms are
Constipation Poisons You.
If you are constipated, your entire
stem is poisoned by the waste mat
er kept in the body-serious results
ften follow Use Dr. King's New
,ife Pills and you will soon get rid
f constipation. headache and other
roubles 25c. at Druggists or by
tail E. Bucklen & Co. Phila i
County School Fair. * -
The County School Fair is an as
;ured success so far as all indications
now point. A large majority of the
chools o. the county have engaged
me or more booths in which they will
Iisplav their exhibits. Clark's large
:obacco warehouse has been secured,
ind arouud its sides the booths will be
,onstructed. These latter arrange
nents are now being perfected. The
:ext teachers' Association meeting will
3e held at the v arehouse on Saturday,
December 6th, on which occasion, the
eachers will busy themselves in mak
og advance preparations on their re
;pective boths. The fioishing touches
an then be added the following week.
eaving very little to be done on the
norning of the 12th.
A fine band of music will dispense
ively music to the crowds during the
lay the fair is in progress. 0
Some few schools have reported that
t will be impossible for them to have of the
,n exhibit, but that they will be here
nd have a place in the parade. There der, f
re at least 2500 school children in ibe . .
ounty. and we want every one of them sistin
a this grand parade Let them be chain
ere and keep in touch with their re
pective teachers. etc.
The parade will form at the graded
chool building, march down town, prices
roud the court house. thence to the
'air grounds. Headed by a good band
f music, this should prove an inspir
ng sight. Let every family in the
ounty so lay your plans as to be here
n that occasion, thus giving your
hildren an outing that will be both
leasant and proftable.
. J. BROWNE, ._____
County Supt. of Education.
Itch relieved in 30 minutes by Wool
rd's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. A
;old by Dickson Drug Co., druggists.
5 or 6 doses 666 will break any case
If Chills and Fever; and if taken then
s a tonic the Fever will not return.
Lf vou have any land to buy or sell,
D will pay you to see me, as I am well
1repaed to handle same to an advant
,ge for you. C. W. Wells, Real Estate
Legnt, Manning, S. C.
Anything you want in sheet music
. I. Till has it. All 25c. music 15c.
Oc. music 25c. by mail postpaid. This
lepartment is in charge of Mrs. W. F. .
)ucker, phone 690 Sumter, S. C.
To Rent-Furnished hotel at Alcolu, .
wenty two rooms, electric lights, run- ?
ing artesian water. two bath rooms
n sewerage. Plenty boarders and
'transients" obtainable to keep hotel
utl all the time. D. W. Alderman &
The Devil's Shop. ti
He who has no mind to trade with
he devl Should be so wise as to keep
way from his shop.
Stomach Troubles Disappear.
Stomach, liver and kidney troub
es, weak nerves, lame back and fe
ale ills disappear when Electric
itters are used. Thousands of wo.
nen would not be without a bottle
n their home. Eliza Pool of Depew
)kla writos: *Electric Bitters raised 9
ne from a bed of sickness and suffer
ng and has done me a world of good.
wish every suffering woman could ?
se this excellent remedy and find :P
ut, as I did, just how good it is."
s it has helped thousands of others
. surely will do the same for you.
very bottle guaranteed. 50c. and ______
1.00. At all Druggists. H. E. Boek
PD & Co. Philadelphia or St. Louis.
Croap and Cough Remedy.
Croup Is a terrible disease, it at
acks children so suddenly they are
rery apt to choke uless given the
>roper remedy at once. There are
othing better in the world than Dr
ing's New Discovery. Lewis Chain
,erlain. of Manchester. Ohio, writcs
Lout his children; "Sometimes in
evere attacks we were afraid they
rould die, but since we proved what
i certain remedy Dr. King's b.ew
iscovery is. we have no fear. We
ely on it for croup, coughs and
:oids." So can yon. 50c. and $1.00
a bottle should be in every home. At
til Druggists. H. E. Bucklen & Co.
Phila. St. Louis. adv.a
Fine Farm For Sale
I will sell for cash, at public
>utcry at Sumter, S. C., on the
st, Monday in January 1914,
salesday, that fine Farm former
.y owned by Peter Chewnmng,
r., containing 448 acres, includ
ng 120 acres of fine Farming
Gand. The balance is heavily 14
'imbered with Unbled Long
.eaf Pine, Oak, Hickory and
Jypress. Tbis Land is located
n Sumter county, near the,
1arendon line, five miles from I'
be town of Pinewood, and is
Idjoining farm to Ex-Governor
ohn L, Manning's mansion.
1he water is fine, the. health is
ood and there are fine railroad
~acilJities. Purchasers *o pay for
apers. For further informa
on apply to,
PETER CHE WNING,
Summerton, S. U. * ++
- +- arenro
~3~0 .~ + We
~' ~ flAKyour v
) You Want A Merry --
Christmas ? hecOld Sta
Start saving~ for your Christmas ex- ?oi
enses now by opening an account with jidustiu
s. We wili keep your money safely ____
otil you need it.
lo Baiik and Trust Co RUI
*, .Burns, O
For Infants and Children.
[he Kind You Have Always Bought
2 Saturday, December 6th, at 2 o'clock P. M., I will sell, in front
Central Hotel, in Manning, at public auction to the highest bid
r cash, the Furniture and Furnishings of the Central Hotel, con
y of a large number of bed-room Suites, odd pieces of furniture,
crockery and glassware, blankets, quilts, pillows, shades, tables,
rhis will be an exceptionally good opportunity to buy at lowest
Everything must be sold. Going out of the hotel business.
RS. ANNIE H. LYONS.
1 Entire New Line 3
f Suits and Dresses in 9
le latest Styles and ;
olors are now on dis
If you are looking for
BARGAIN now is the
me to buy.
IE LADIES OUTFITTING CO 2
Opposite the Postoffice.
mter. - - - S- c
Do You Read ?
Here's A Bargain!
60c. to 75c. Books,
While They Last,
By special arrangement we have secured a lim
1ed number of Splendid Fiction, all popular stories;
icely cloth bounded. Some of these Books have
een read, which accounts for this unprecedented
EVERY BOOK IN GOOD CONDITION.
MANNING, S. C.
bere has been some misunderstanding about the meaning of these*
isemets. I beg to call attention to the following: . +
Te advertisement has no TRADE VALUE. Its VAi)UE is*
rgs and P'atent Medicines and strictly Medicinal Preparations *
t icluded in this advertisement, the DIKE LINE EXCEPTED. +
At last n article at 25c. mususedeaturchamed. Small articles
e prefer that yu PERSONALLY present the advertisement+.4
hank you for past business and earnestly solicit a continuance of *
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