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Publisbes All County and Town Of
%lANNING, S. C., MAY 20, 1914
RUTH CHAPTER, NO. 40,
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular Meeting. Second Men
day in Each Month,
RLToN DURANT, FRED Lszzsj
High Priest. Secrtary
Manning Chapter, No. 1
"Order of Eastern S t ar.
Regular Meeting, First Tuesda
in each Month.
(Mrs.) W. C. DAvs. W. M.
Miss Lrcv Joassos. Sec.
makeS Chesty Chi
Makes them grow twice as fst. Chicken
howcerhabould be fed in a box or hop
per in adMian to Purina Chick Feed.
All authoities agree that it pays to feed a
and Purina Chicken Chowder is
the best ifeed in the country. We
an it. sand get a small bag. Ask
as about r Fa PouLTaRY Boor OFER.
FOR SAI& BY
The Maining Grocery Cc
Representative Shuler of Berkeley
spett Monday in Manning visiting his
nephew Mr. Wallace Plowden, Jr.
Rev. J. A. Ansley, pastor of the
Manning Baotist church is attending
the Baptist convention at Nashville.
MLlr. W. H. Creecy wishes to thank
the fire department and citizens for
their aid given him duting his recent
Senator E C. Epps from Williams
burg passed through Manning Monday
evening in an automobile on his way
to the state convention.
Dr. A. J. Briggs of Darlington, after
a business visit to his former home at
Summerton. passed through Manning
y serday on bis way home.
Abrams has sailed into the trace
with a vim. His store is being visitoed
daily by ladies from all over the county
and be is showing them goods to please.
It is gratifying to the friends of
Senator John H. Clifton of Sumter
that he will stand for re-election. Sum
ter cannot do better than to endorse
There are a number of prospective
candidates for the legislature, among
them is Hon. R S. DesChamps of
Pinewood, who formerly represented
Clarendon for several terms.
Tbe attendance at the Methodist
Sunday School has again gone beyond
the goal set by the workers, 337 were
present last Sunday morning. The
faith of the workers is now looking
Who'd a thought it? Willie Gibbon
of New Zion, is the daddy of a bounc
ing baby boy. The boy however, wants
his friends to know that he is not to
blame, and only came because his dad
dy sent for him.
The New Zionites are going to have
a splendid school building in the near
future. The plans have been prepared,
and while the structure will be of wood
it will be modern in its appointments,
ad a handsome building.
-Live Oak Camp Woodmen of the
World held an interesting memorial
servie at the Manuigg cemetery Sun
d. There was a very good attendance
adaddresses were made by Sovereiens
J. P. Thames and T. M. Young.
The general conference of the Mesh
edist ehurch did not slistain the action
of the South Carolina conference in the
matter of suspension of Rev, S. A.
Nettles. The friends of Mr.- Nettles
wilt be glad to learn of his exoneration.
Dr. C. B. GQiger came very near
baying a serious accident in his auto
mobile last Monday, had it not been
'for the top catching on a tree the ma
chine would have turned tartle with
him and there is no telling the conse
The school boys are beginning to ar
rive from their respective colleges.
Joe Thomas has come home from Wake
Forest, and Preston Thames from
Davidson. It will not be long before all
of the girls and boys will be knawing
at Ma's table.
Hon. Harvey W. \fitchum, who has
been in the service of tbe State, which
necessitated his moving his family to
Columbia, and becoming a citizen of
that city, has severed his connection
with ublic office, and will engage in
the drocery business. We wish him
Game Warden Richardson is making
war on the fish traps, and it is thought
that he has a number of men in the
county to keep him posted on condi
tions "in this county. We would advise
those who are trapping to cease now as
It is contrary to law to trap fish at this
season of the year.
The railroad c'rvey from Otanta t(
Turbeville meaus the beginnine- ofa
prospective railroad from Sumter te
Lake City through a fine portion of
the Salem section of this county, but if
the projectors would extend this road
to Manning, it seems to us it would he
more profitable to all concerned.
Died last Wednesday night after
very short illness Mr..William T. Hiu
aged about 62 years. The deceased
was originally from the Pax ville sec
tion, but for many years lived in Man
nling where he reared a largze and high
ly respected family. The burial tooi
place at Home Branch Thursday whern
al! of his kindred are at rest.
The management of the Pastime
Theatre has made different arrange
ments as to getting his films, and here
after the pictures will be more up-to
date as they come direct here fron
Atlanta. The Mutual Girl will b
shown every Thursday instead of Moa
day, and free magazines will be give:
to the patrons, giving all the details o
this wonderful picture.
Mr. Henry B. Richardson whoi
well known here as one of our cotto:
buyers was painfully hurt in an autc
mobile accident in Georgia while on
visit to his wife's relatives. Mrs
Richardson was with him at the tim
and while she was also hurt her ir
juries were not so serious. The las
reports from Mr. Richardson is tha
he Is getting along nicely, and will b
ARANT'S AD. is worth five cent
Commencement Maning Graded School.
Sunday, May 31, at 11:30 a. m. in tt
Presbyterian church, the commenc
ment sermon will be delived by Re
J. L. McLees of Orangeburg.
Thursday evening June 4, at 8:
debate by pupils of the ninth grade c
the question: Resolved tnat womf
should have equal rights of suffras
Friday morning June 5, at 11:0
declamation contest among the pupi
of the eighth grade.
Friday evening June 5, at 8:30 gra
Death of Mr. W. T. Hill.
Died on last Wednesday night
appoplexy, Mr. W. T. Hill. His deat
was a shock to his family and entir
surroundings. He was sick but a shoi
while, but was able to talk to his fan
ily up to the last. We really thin
that he fully prepared himself. B
asked to be raised up, and just as the
started to raise him he said, "I'm gone
and he was dead in just a few minutc
He will be greatly missed. He was
good man and tried to treat everybod
as he would like them treat him. B
was 62 years of age. The funeral too
place at Home Brach church. Rev. Gu
of Sumter. conducted the services. E
leaves six children, four daughters an
two sons. The entire family have ot
deepest sympathy. C.
Canning Club Notes.
Each Canning Club member is urge
to put forth every effort during tb
next three weeks to make her plot an
record book all that they should b4
By the fifteenth of June we will has
to decide which two girls in the count
will go to Rock Hill for the two week,
short course which will be given fc
the canning club girls during the Stat
summer school. This will cousist
elementary lessons in cooking. gardet
ing, sewing and agriculture as well a
things for the entertainment and amusE
ment of the girls.
I expect to give canning demonstro
strations at picnics the next thre
Saturdays. There will be one at Sat
dinia on the 23rd, at Home Branc
school on the 30th, and at Oakdale o:
June 6th. I hope thaq as many clui
members as possible will attend.
Katherine M. Ricbardson,
Agent Clarendon County Canning Clui
Commencement of Colored Graded School
The commencement exercises of thi
colored graded school will be had it
the auditorum of the school beginninj
Friday night May 22nd, with the ex
ercises of the primary grades. An in
dustrial fair is to be had in which thi
articles made by the pupils this sessioi
will be disposed of to help the genera
expenses of the commencement and t
assist in raising school funds.
The baccalaureate sermon will b4
delivered next Sunday afternoon in tho
school auditorium by Rev. L D. Davis
D. D., of Sumter. Many people ar
expected to attend. Davis is one o
the best scholars among the negr
ministers in this state .and one of thi
pronounced orators of the colore<
The oratorical prize contest will b4
given Monday night May 25th. Tues
ay.night May 26th, the graduating
exercises take place. The annual ad
dress to be delivered by Dr. J. P
Golden of Manning who impressed hii
hearers here greatly when he deliver
ed the emancipation oration last Jan
Among the other prommnent visitor:
to the colored school commencemen
will be E. L. Dixon of Columbia, wh4
is to deliver a special lecture or
humane treatment of dumb animals or
the night of the 27th.
Henry Richardson and Wite in Auto Wreck
Thme following account of a serio;
accident which befell Mr. Henry Rich
ardson while visiting his wife's rela
tives in Georgia is taken from the
Times-Recorder, Americus, Ga:
"While being driven at very hig]
speed the Buick car of Mr. Edwi:
Sterne, of Albany, in which he wa
bringing a party of friends to Ameri
cus, was overturned and badly wrecket
at *:30 yesterday afternoon, all memt
bers of the party sustaining painf u
though not serious injuries. The acci
dent occurred at the sharp curve nea
Wells Mill, on the Lee and Sumte
The motoring party included, beside
Mr. Stere, Mr. and Mrs. Richardsor
of Sumter, S. C., who are visitors i
Albany; Mrs. Julian Clark and he
aged mother, Mrs. Clark, alt of Albany
Mr. Richardson sustained a brokea
arm and was the most seriously injure<
of the party, the others escaping wit]
painful bruises. Mrs. Julian Clark
was painifully cut upon the lips. Mrs
Richards.on, who was Miss Sherri<
Lewis of Albany, was the least injure<
of the party, and hastening to a nearb
telephone called up Dr. L. G. Counci
here, who with Dr. W. S. Prather
hastened to the scene of the accident
a dozen miles away. Immediate at
tention was given the injured men
bers of the party who bad thus mirac
ulously escaped, and they were sen
back to their homes.
Banker A. D. Oliver, upon hearin;
of the accident, drove up from Smith
ville in his new touring car, which hj
placed at the disposal of the injure
News of the accident created mue:
interest in Americns, where all of th
arty are well known and have man
friends who will congratulate ther
upon their escape.
Most Children's Diseases Start With a Col
Restlessness, feverishness, an infian
ed throat and spasmodic cough, mayb
whooping cough is starting in. Giv
Foley's Honey and Tar promptly.I
helps the children so very much, an
Mrs. Shipps, Raymondsville, Mo., say
"I got fine results from it and it is
fine medicine for whooping cough.
For sale by all dealers everywhere.
Onaccount of some folks becomin
so much interested in the Sandy Gron
letter, it failed to reach the editor la:
week, suppose they rather read fres
news, but I think it would be just
interesting to wait until it is publishe
in the paper.
Crops are looking fine in this se'
tion, especially oats.
Mr. Raleigh White and M~iss Lillia
Carraway of Sardis, spent the pa
week-end at the tiome of their unch
Mr. L. Mimis.
Rev. R. E. Srith and son, Dr. C. I
Smith, took a flying trip to Mannir
There will be preaching at St. Jame
church the third Saturday and Sunda
by Rev. J. W. Truluck. Public is co
Messrs, G. L. C. l.. and J. L. Mimi
. went to Black River Thursday on
a fshing expedition. and report having
grand time, with ulenty of tish to ea
Mr. W. T. Kennedy, Miss Mac
Tomlinson and little Theo. was seen<
s the streets of Olanta Thursday af te
- Mrs. L. Mimis spent Thursday atfte
Snoon with Mrs. R. E. Smith.
.There was a picnic at the Clarendt
e school on Saturday May the 2nd, al
- one at the Barrow sehool on Saturd:
t May the 9th.
t Miss Belle Minis and Mrs. G.
Mims was at Olanta a few days at
3: NEW ZION
Well Mr. editor. it hs-n guite a
while since you have heard from this
section. but news has been scarce. so
this accounts for our long delay, we
te hope you have no forgot:en us
- The farmers in this section are hap
py as birds over their line crops. es
;o vecially their tobacco which is doing
extra fine, most of then are througoh
Miss Lillie Mlorris is spending the
e week with her sister Mrs.1. II. H. Evans.
Mr. H. M. M1orris spent Saturday in
Lake City on business.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. H euton spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. .1. II. .\Iorris
Mrs. J. II NMorris and little daughter
Mae and Lula have returncd hme
from their visit which was greatly en
Mr. Guy McIntosh and Wilkins Mor
>f ris spent last Sa:u:day in Sumter buy
b ing up their sum mer uit .
-e P'r. I '. .iMorris and little son and
daughter, spent. the week-end in Sum
ter with his d1autghter Mrs. 1t. E.
e Talmage Morris :.nother of '% r. Mor
Y ris's sons who have been visiting his
9 sister for sone time, have teturned
5 home with them and report a aGod
Y .r. Guy MclntIsh and \lr. Peu
e Moore spent Sundav at he bou. of
Y We will have to a:ain admit to the
.e editor that news around here is very
d scarce out we hope to have more later
r so we will just be quiet vnd wait pa
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Jury List For June Term of Court.
e J. B. Wallace. Turbeville
b- T. F. Coffey. Manninz
a Walter A. Ilodge. -\o'u
3 J. Champ lld wy Mannng
: G. W. Wilcox. lan
H. C. Plowden. Manring*
.f T Boswell, Fors.i
1 H. K. Beat!-o, -\anning. I.. F. D. 1.
H. F. McFaddin. .\!-ayesvilPI R. F.D.
J. P. Poole, M.atinitg, 1. F. D. 1.
.. H. Garland, Mayesville. 16. F. D.
- T. C Bradham, .\lnninl. 11. F. D.
3 T. 11. Tinmons, Mannin
I J. I. Bradham, Wil-ons. !1. F. ).
r E. W. R1ose, Mayesville. i. F. D.
- W. D. Allen. Sumnerton
- B. E. Chandler, lanning
A. J. Plowden. Summerton
i C. C. Way. Silver, 11. F. D.
I W. N. Rush, Mayesville, R. F. D.
> R. S. Johnson, Wilsou
J. M. Boswell, Jr., Paxville
T. J. Touchberry, Summerton
I R. C. Richardson. Jr., Pinewood
J. J. DuBose, Turbeville
i T L. Holladay, Foreston
f G. C. Carrigan, Summerton
> R. S. DesChamps. Pinewood
A. J. Hodge. Wilson
I T. L. Bagnal, Foreston
W. P. Welch, Turbeville
W. T. Tobias, Wilson
R. R. Jenkinson, Manning
L. C. Lloyd, Manning.
T. J. Stukes, Jordan
S. W. Barron, Manning
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The Shriners have Returned.
The great shr-ine meeting which took
place in Arlanta is now lpast history,
and every Noble is figuring how
he can make a..-ngemuis to save up
for tbe next convention which meet~s
in July of next year at Seattle, Wash
- ington. Do not ask a shriner if he
had a good time in Atlanta, it will be
-silly to put the question. it would how
r ever-, be more proper to ask him if he
has gotten over- it. The writer has
witnessed a number of gr-eat pageants
of pomp and sp)lendor, hut never before
r has he witnessed such a tmagnificient
sight as he saw in Atlanta; there is no
writer who cau dese:tbe with any
degree of accuracy the events of this
glorious occasion, but the Noble who
stayed at home simpnly missed the time
of his life.
SImnagine a city gaily decorated with
Iflags, bacting and electrnicity a hundred
bands of music: sur-ging er-owds of
gaily appareel huam.nity, the natives
- doing al in thir power to make the
- thousands of visitors fel at homne,
every body whooping. singintg, dancing
, maebing all the tine, and yet no dis
order-. Atlanta was the 'Mecca where
e staid and diguitied tmen of all profes
sions, and vocations assembled from
every state in the l'nioni and Canada
e to give v-ent to their jy. and, they did
y it to per-fetiotn. eS. ()h! peaceful
sleep, w'her-e wer't tihou The silumbers
of the shriner-s wer oe-: and far be
tween, there was~ no night. it was all
bright day, full of munsiv an~d good
cheer; the ri :ht hand o: fellowship
was always ou;ttretched, and notwith
e standing the many, many thousands
.t bubbling over- with mithu and lprank,
d not the least ungentletmanly c-onduct
did we observe. The hand (f Time
" had turned backward. al were boys
- again; the ladies entered fitlyl into the
spirit of the occasion. and were as
freely frolicsome as in their early
childhood. It was "Kate" adi '13il1"
everywhere, and never- did boys and
girls dance arotund a ring witht more
. childish fervor 'h - did thiese Nobles
an their- "Not ... in front of the
h principal hotels.
s Too much oraise cannet be given to
-dthe people of Atlanta for their whole
hearted hospitality, thle eitv had in
creased in population in four days over
.n 200 pet-cent, ple~!l eotuing ft-om all
parts of the United States and Canada:
these were no ordinary peop'!e either-.
. but men and women of hign standir:
gin the communities fromt v hence they
scame, the men were either Kuights
*y Templar or 3:2 degree mnasons: to reach
r- these degrees is an htonor hidhy prazed
by those who have attained the dis
atintion, and the fact of their hteiug in
a this circle was a goat antee to wvoman
t. hood, hence all of the familiarity and
kthe pranks were inncent of hat-in
nly old m ad ad eranoks wetre shock
r- The Xi 2t*I' :-dine eiu with their
y X stoc' wI b . :- ., :roat *gar
gles. en in-- : ':. uman cars
,was taken on......'hu:e route
until we had abII)ii n, and in
each one was the same brotherly
and sisterly spirit.
All along the route crowds were at the
stations to bade the shriners bon voy
age, many almost shedding tears be
cause they could "not join the boys,"
we reached our destination without any
mishap whatever, except once we
thought we had lost one of our party en
ly to later find him tucked away undera
tabic in the dining car; even one of our
guests, the oldest buck of the bunch,
would not admit his weariness, he was
the first to rise in the morning and the
last to go to bed at night. He saw ev
erything, and tried to handle every
thing that was har;C Able, although no
shriner himself he presumed on his boys
being shriners, and got all the fun
their was in shrinedom.
When on arriving in Atlanta Sunday
night, he found the clubs,picture shows
and saloons wide open, and people danc
inz as if it were Monday night, he
looked serious and soliloquized "this is
no place for a pious man like me," but
before we went to bed about 3 a. m. he
realized he was as impious as the rest
of the sinners, and rcdy to tango with
the paroxided and calsomined belles
who were parading the streets during
the "watchful and waiting" stunt.
Then there was another old codger in
the bunch not far behind the other,
alLhough he was not quite so daring,
and, instead of getting his optics fixed
upon the narrow skirted with artificial
hair and form, he was entertained by a
lady who could not wink at more than
one man at a time, she was one-eyed
but did not care who knew it. As to
the rest of the fellows it may not do to
even hint at their doings, because they
are members of the bible class striving
for a prize and,their preachers feel the
grave responsibility, therefore, we
shall not add to their burden by ex
posing their male lambs, but take it
from us, these good fellows who next
Sunday will be prompt at their classes,
never gave last Sunday's lesson a sing
le thought, nor did any of them boast
of being active members of the white
ribbon army, while in the Gate City of
All things must come to an end, our
time came about midnight Wednesday,
(Atlanta time) which means 1 o'clock
a. im. Washington time. But just be
fore we left,the Manningites were hon
ored with a call from Rev. and Mrs.
A. R. Woodson who formerly lived in
Manning, they were delighted to see
us, and especiply the writer, becruse
they KNEW that he was sober, they
asked after almost everybody, and to
them they sent their love.
The return trip was made in good
time arriving home about Thursday,
1:30 p. m. and it was here we parted
with the Charleston delegation who
like ourselves were a little the worse
for wear by the time the train stopped,
and the parting, while sincere, was not
as boisterous as when we greeted them
on their arrival enroute to shrinedom.
We wish we could give to our readers
even a birds eye view of this great oc
asion, but we cannot, the nearest we can
ome to it is to recommend the reading
of the magnificent splendor of the cor
onations of European crown heads, and
the mythical stories of when Knight
hood was in flower.
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Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Mr. Jos.
Sprott. superintendent. Public Ser
vice at 11:00 a. m. Rev. Marion B.
Stokes, missionary at home on furlough
will address the congregation. No
service at night. Thursday. Prayer
meeting, 4:30 p. m Epworth League.
8:30 p. m. The public is cordially in
vited to all services.
Pleasant Way To
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Dodson's Liver Tone is pretty wide
lv imitated. But be careful to judge
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the after- effeets are pleasant iinstead of
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Try Dodson's and feel better and
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Sale of Bankrupt Stock.
Pursuant to order of court, I will sell
at public auction for cash at New Zion,
Clarendon County. 15 miles from Man
ning. on WVednesday May 27th, 1914 at
12 o'clock M.. the stock of goods of
S!.:aw Gamble Company, Bankrupts.
The 5tock consists of general merchan
dise and inventories about $4000. Bid
ders will be required to put up $100 as
guarantee of good faith, and may in
sect stock on application.
.1. H. LESESNE,
100 delivered at Sardinia, S.
C., at 40c. each. Must be 18 feet
long and 6 inches in diameter at
blossom end, and peeled. Also
100 at Gaillard Cross Roads. 100
at Reese Chandlers, anci 100 at
Trinity. Must be cypress poles.
NEW ZION TfELEPHONE CO,
P. M./IBONS, Sec.
Honor Rol-Manning Graded School.
Sara Ellen McKelvey
John S. Nimmer
Virginia Alma Bradham
John D. Gerald
Liy Emma, Sprott
Rosie Lee Richburg
Bessie May Creecy 95
Lyme DuRant 94
Craven Bradham 94
Sarah Till 94
Daisy Flowers 93
Rowena Frierson 92
Mary Rigby 92
Kistler Weatherford 92
Burgess Sprott 91
May Sue Wilson 91
Edward Sprott 91
Rosalie Fladger 97-1
Peter Bradham 96-3
Joe Bragdon 96-3
Louise McElveen 94-3
Lida Sprott 90-8
Madaline Shope 90-8
Virginia Ridgway 90-8
Mae Bass 90-8
Gleen Harvin 90-8
Virginia Geiger 90-1
Moses Levi 96
Pearle Rowlinson 95
Adger Allsbrook 94
Allen Harvin 94
Helen Plowden 93
Ruby McElveen 92
Maud Sorott 92
Leila Margaret Dickson 90
Isabelle Wolf 96
Brainard Gibson 96
Louise Burgess 95
Irene Plowden 95
Georgie Sauls 95
Albert Phelps 95
Pearle Adams 94
Tora Bagual 94
Laurens Bradbam 94
Willie Geiger 94
Daisy Barrineau 93
Helen Nimnmer 93
Mabel White 91
Norman Davis 91
Julia Wilson 97
Irma McKelvey 96
Carolyn Plowden 98
Tsabella Thomas 95
Rounette Hirschmnann 94
Myrtle Bowman 92
Netta Levi 983-7
Jannette Plowden 98 1-7
James Barron 98
Sue M. Sprott 97 2-7
Elizabeth Coskrey 98-37
Margaret Wilson 951-7
Sara Snyder 93 9-7
Addie Weinberg 92 1-7
William Wolfe 92 3-7l
Sue Sprott 911-7
Aileen Fladger 96
Robert Bradham 95
Fannie Bradham 94
Celeste Ervin 93
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at these tires and tubes. We also
Ford Parts and Accessories; also a
ens, Harness and Harness and Ho
* 48 More Di
* Special For Fri
NETTLE CASE REVFE"D.
A special to The Manning
Times from Oklahoma City says:
The committe on appeals of
the general conference of the
Methodist Episcopal Church,
South, today rendered a decision
in the case of the Rev. S. A.
Nettles of Spartanburg, S. C ,
reverseing the findings of the
South Carolina annual confer
ence at Rock Hill and declaring
Mr. Nettles was not guilty of
the charges preferred against
him. Bishop James Atkins is
chairman of the committee on
appeals, and, by a rule of the
conference adopted last week,
the same committee that receiv
ed the case fron South Carolina
conference passe4upon it. The
committee found that the differ
ences between Mr. Nettles and
those opposing bim were not ir
reconcilable and that Mr. Net
tIes should be exonerated.
The report of the committee
was unanimous, although no
reference to it was made in the
conference. The committee is
supreme in its verdicts and there
is nothing for the conference to
"Tne verdict of the committee
on appeals meets the approval
of every member of the South
Carolina delegation," said Dr. J.
0. Wilson, of Greenwood. "The
committee was unanimous and I
have no doubt that the matter
has been definitely set at rest in
our State. No arguments were
made before the committee, the
matter coming up from the an
nual conference in the form of
briefs from the opposing sides."
Dr. Wilson announced tonight
that the committee on confer
ence boundaries had reached a
decision in the matter affecting
the South Carelina conference,
upholding the memorial from
the conference that it be divided
into two conferences. It prob
ably will be a week more before
the report gets before the gen
eral conference for consideration
cocged for Three Years.
"I am a lover of your godsend to hu
manity and science. Your medicine,
Dr. King's New Discovery, cured my
cough of three years standing." says
Jennie Flemming, of New Dover, Onio.
Have you an annoying cough? Is it
stubbon and won't yield to treatment?
Get a 50c. bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery to-day. What it did for Jennie
Flemming it will do for you, no matter
how stubborn or chronic a cough may
be. It stops a cough and stops throat
and lung trouble. Relief or money
back. 50c and $1.00, at your Druggist.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve for Pimples.
Go to Zeigler's Pharmacy for your
Itch relieved in 30 minutes by Wool
ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails.
Sold by Dickson Drug Co., druggists.
5 or 6doses 666 will break any case
of Chills and Fever; and if taken then
as a tonic the Fever will not return.
I have on band money to lend on
mortgages of real, estate. S. Oliver
Anything you want in sheet music
5. I. Till has it. All 25c. music 15c.
50c. music 25c. by mail postpaid. This
department is in charge of Mrs. W. F.
Ducker, phone 690 Sumter, S. C.
,We carry Paris Green, give us a call,
Moneyto lend on Real Estate-Apply
to Chariton DuRant.
Campbell's Dropsy Cure-Sure cure
for dropsy. For Sale at Dickson's
LOST A BIRD DOG-Strayed or stol
en, one Lewellyn setter bitch, color
white and black, brown rings above
eyes, heavy coat of hair, long ears,
comes to name. Cora Reward if re
turned to S. J. Smith.
FOR SALE:-House and lot on Main
Street in town of Manning, S. C.,
where I now reside, also all back lots
belonging there to. apply to C. R
Harvin or to Mrs. Kate Harvin.
May, 5, 1914.
Paris Green for sale--Zeigler's Phar
rn this market. Compare the thick
ou will be convinced that it will pay
around to our office and take a look
carry a full stock of
full line of Buggies, Surries, Wag
ys of the Big
1ER SALE j
clay and Saturday
"EVERYTHING 600D TO EAT."
Thanhouser-The Miser's Reversion, 3 Reels-5 and
Turning Paint, 2 Reels. Mutual Girl, 1 Reel. Free
Magazine of 16 Pages Describing Her Pastr-5 and loc.
The Relic, 2 Reels. They Who Dig Pits, 1 Reel. The
First Law of Nature,-3 Reels-10 and 15c.
The Smuglers of Sligo, 2 Reels. Billy's Ruse, 1 Reel
-5 and loc.
Remember Our Mutual Girl Thursday Night.
Matinee, 4 o'clock. Evening Show 7:30
TIME IS NOW AT HAND
And we want to call your attention to our large
line of READY-MADE DRESSES, bought espec
ially for this occasion. They come in the most
beautiful patterns and styles that you could im
agine. Come in and let us show them to you.
Size assortment is complete. We also have an
extra large selection of
WHITE DRESS GOODS
which you can have made up to suit your own
taste. This line comprises the very latest ma
To make the outfit complete you mlust have a
suitable Hat to go with the dress. We have it.
They're here in lace and many other materials.
The biggest and most stylish assortment of
Neckwear in Clarendon county is hcee All kinds
D. H IRSCH M A N.
To Plant Golden Dent Corn
For a quick, profitable crop to follow oats. pota
toes, or anything being gather-ed in the next few
weeks, there's nothing like Golden Deut Corn.
We Handle Woods' Reliable Seed.
How About Your Garden?
So many people want late gardens. but nev-er
think to plant their second crop in time to make
anything. For-ewarned is forearmed.
Fix Your Late Garden Now.
We still have a choice line of Seeds to select
from, among which are several kinds that should
be planted right now. Get busy before the
weather beats you to it.
Ille M~lling (iiceiw Co.