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GOOD CLOTHES NEWS_
We are at Your Service with a Choice Stock of
Clothing, Hats and -
u a Furnishing Goods
For Men, Boys' and Children.
We realize fully the condition produced by tne low price
_ of cotton, and are willing to help in everyway that we can.
It will pay you to call and. inspect our goods and prices
WE WILL SAVE YOU fIONEY!
TE B. J. C HANDLE R CLOT HING CO..
'PHO 10 -WO - sUMTrBR, S. C.
- The Senate ssedto third reading
yesterday the od issue for 835,000,
and curtailment of 2,500 pounds to an
TOwa Of imal, all over will be assessed 5 cents
per pound. Final action will be taken
A concurrent resolution introduced
94 by Senator Appelt, requesting Circuit
Judges not to allow any forolosures be
-_fore October 1, 1915, was adopted by
-he Senate yesterday without opposi
tion and sent over to the House.
Simon Evans, colored, while filling
ea the gsoline task on his automobile
Saturday night, came near being
burnt up. He was holding a lantern
over the gasoline when it caught afire,
and the result is, Simon lost his clothes
T and almost his life.
This morning Mr. J. P. Creecy came
in town with a load of watermelons.
Istring beans, tomatoes, peppers and
mutton corn, this is what we call farm
Ing right, and every farmer should fi
a e lda[ U n Bulk low the example set by Mr. Creecy.
The war does not worry him, as he
makes his living at home.
One morning last week when Mr.
Edgar Mitchum, who lives at Bloom
Specialpe ieforl1agequan- ville awoke, he heard a baby crying on
- - the front piazza, and upor. investigat
l .Plat our ing, found a sure enough baby well
wrapped and healthy, The child was
SprirdPatch Now. left there by unknown parties. and is
now in possession of Mr. Mitchum,
who will take good care of it.
Died after a long illness at his home
near Bloomville last Sunday morning
about 4 o'clock, Rev. S. F. Parirer of
the Free Will Baptist church, The
deceased was about 69 years of age He
is survived by his aged widow and the
Next week fair week. following daughters: Mrs. Nettlie Law
rence of Vox, S. C., Mrs. H. C. Bag
Rev. J. L An.ley is in Timmonsville gett of Manning..Mrs. C. H. Baegett,
this week. Mrs. C. J. Haley, Mrs. F. D. Haley,
and Mr. B. B. Parker of Wilson.
annMing O Foest visit d ied at his home in Sandy Grove
township Saturday atternoonMr. James.
Katzofs selels now in full boom, p. Langston aged about 83 years. The
<read his ads., in this issue. burial took place at Bethel church
Sunday. The deceased was a unique
Miss Smithf Jordan won the s.o character in many respects. He was
that-was given away a& Katzoff's sale a man of strong convictions, and while
Saturday night. not educated he was a sound thinker.
and his views were respected, there
Be sure to read the advertisement of was nothing of the palaver about
The Wreck Store. This is "The store "Uncle Jim," and he despised hypoc
that tells--and se1s." risy, a fine judge of human nature, and
always ready to size up and wive a can
Dr. C. C. Brown of Sumter, preached did opinion of man or question. He
very able sermon in the Baptist was a confederate soldier, and took a
eburch here Sunday. deep interest in public matters, before
he lost his eyesight he was a great
The Clarendoui exhibits at the Fair reader, and there was no man in that
next wee should win prizes, for they community better posted and whose
are ase as the finest. judgment was more respected. He
had no children. His wife "Aunt
Governor Blease has commissioned Shug" survives him.
Z .MrJoan W. Huggins a rural police
-man for Clarendon County. New Zion.
.e understand Krasnoff brothers We hope the war will soon be over
contemplate erecting a cotton ware- and cotton will bring a good price.
Inose n Manning right away. Mrs. H. H. who has been visiting
her parents, Mr and Mrs. J.'H. Morris
ODonell'& Co., of Sumter are with has returned home.
thisweek. Read their big ad., and Mr. A. L. Morris spent Sunday in
&be& go to see this old reliable firm. Lake City.
Mr. Willie McClam of Lake City,
Aiphnnea June, who is employed in was the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Tbe Herald office, had one of his fin- J. H. Morris Saturday.
gers cut off cleaning up a press last Misses Cleo McElveen, Bertha Bar
Friday. row, Lillie and Essie Morris were in
Olanta last Wednesday buying their
Mrs. B. E. Harlee gave a linen- winter goods.
shower Saturday afternoon at her Misses Myrtie Inez Dubose of Colum
home, In honor of Miss Mae Bradham, bia, is visiting Misses Ethel and Ida
bride-lt. omo is a r Barrow.
Messrs Perrie Morris and Wesley
p .s Smith left this morning for Columbia.
Miss Valley Appelt, is visiting in There will be service held at the
Newberry, where she went to attend Mother Church Sunday morning at 11
the marriage of her friend Miss Mabel o'clock. by Rev. Jim Gibbons. Public
P *lmn. are invited to attend.
s EMr. L. J. Morris who has been very
Friday night October 23rd, will be ill for the past few days is Improving
Maning night at Paxville revival ser- very fast.
2 vices, and a large delegation from Man- Mr. R.P.Barrow was in OlantaSatur
ning expect to attend. Rev. McLendon day on business.
4. I cmangn a geat meeting there. Slim Jim.
In Memoriam. Bradham-Refo.
In loving rememberance of my de- A marriage of unusual interest was
voted husband, Henry Casens Wind- solemnized at the bome -of Mr. and
ham. who entered into rest Oct. 9, 191& Mrs. Furman Bradham, where their
Long days and nights he boe i daughter Miss Mary Adams Bradham
To wait for cure was all in vain; was uoited in marriage t6 Mr. Barron
But God, who knoweth al things best, DeKalb Refo, Jr., of Chester. The
Did cease his pain and give him rest.was performed by Rev. G.
Did eas hi pin an gie hm rst. P. Watson pastor of. the bride, the irn
Forget him? No, I never will; pressive ring ceremony being used.
1 loved him then, I love him still; The Bradbam home was transformed
His memory is as fresh to-day into a veritable flower garden. Num
As in the hour he passed away. erous ball vasesjfilled with pink roses
Mute is the voice and stilled the heart were placed in reception hail, receiv
That I loved so well and true; ing the zuests, here were Mr. and Mrs.
Oh ! bitter was the trial to part J. W. Wideman-and Mr. and Mrs. J.
From oe so good as you. B. Cantey. The gift room was beauti
Wife. fully decorated wit~h Sago palms and
smilax. The mantel was banked with
smilax and pink roses, here delicious
Scl Repor punch was served by Misses Bdna
Brockinton and Julia Webber
Davis Station school began Its work The ceremony room was artistic in
more than a month ago. Its enroll- every detail. The alter was formed of
mePt is about 60, and is increasing asparagus fern and white roses. The
every day. The session has been aus- dining room pink and green, graceful.
piios begun-the teachers are re- streamers of pink tulle hung from
solvedtio urge a higher standard of nandeler and were caught to each
scholarship and conduct than ever be- corner of the table with pink roses.
and the spirit of the children Mrs. Allen Bradam and Mrs. A. C.
seems good to fulfil such purposes. Wdon invited thMr -ue.ts to dining
The work.extends as high asBthe 10th Coomy.A salad course was served by
gde-and while no grade higher than Mesdaes E. L. Wiicins, L. T. en
the 6th is represented, for this time, on more, Jessie Hardin, J. M. Flynn, Ger
the roll of honor, this is due more to trude Tihdale and John A. Walker.
an exacting standard of making the Mrs. Robert Parks presided over te
higher ades than to any compartive bride's bosr.
inferiority. Te0e, i of school are The bride was lovely in white duch
Miss Helen E. Malone, principal; Miss ess satin with court train, her veil ias
Alice Connor, 1st assistaut: Mrs. Helen arranged to a coronet of orange blos
C. Chewning, 2nd assistant. soms, her bouquet being brides roses
HOOR ROLL. and valley lilies. Thebrides only at
equired standard averahi e of 90 on tendent was her sister Miss Pamela
lessons; 95 on conduct. Brdam who wore a lovely gown of
Sixth Grade. nile green crepe dechime. She carried
Carre Rwlinon.pink carnations.
thrrie 6thThe groom entered with his cousin,
Fifth Grade. ism. Rose, of Charleston, as best man.
Lola Blackwell. Just before the bridal party entered
Jennie Corbett- MissEthel Greenwald, of Spartatburo.
Bertha Richboty rg. cUSiU Of the bride, sweetly "At
Fourth Grade. Nightfall." byMetcalf. Miss Ria Lee
Bowman played the wedding march.
Wallace Hilton. The bride and groom left on the At
Third Grade. lantic Coast Line for a wedding trip.
Suella Horton. The out-of town guests present were,
Second Grade. Mrs. J. A. Walker, Spartanbuirg; Mrs.
J. M. Flynn, Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. B.
Ella Corbett. D. Refo, Cester; Mrs. M. B. Refo,
Albert Barrineau. Charleston; Mr. Cha. Rose, Charles
First Grade. ton; Mr. andMrs. Robert Parks, .New
Sadie Ricbbourg. berry; Mrs. J. C. Hardin, Columbia;
Miss Julia Webber, Spartanburg; Mrs.
Gertrude Tisdale, Summeron; Miss
vErnestine and Master scLoer Tisdale,
sp.Summeron; Mr.. Annie Webber, Sum
Oakdale school opened on the 12th nierton Miss Ethel Greenwald, Spar
with Miss Katherine Murkinson prin- i-anburg; Miss Pamela Bradhm, Win
cipal, Miss Lessie Strange intimedi- thrope ollege; Mrs. A. C. Bromdon,
ate and Miss Grace Etheridge primary. Brogdons; Mrs. J. A. Blackwell, Sum
Rev. W. H. Workman opened with aro
poyer, also made a short but very smter
pmoreve address followed by an educaF
i.address by our worthy Supt. Mr.
E. J. Browne. Mr. C. A. MMFaddin was Keep Your Stmtch a e Liver Healthy.
at his best when be stressed the cause A vigorous Stomach, perfect working
of aariculture and why it should be Liver and regular acting Bowels is
taught in our rurl schools, last but not guaranteed if you will use Dr. King's
leaBt Miss Richardson made a talk to New Life Pills. Tey insure good
the Tomato Club Girls. Miss Richard- Digestion, correct Constipation and
son has done a great work for the have an excellent tonic effect on the
schools in Clarendon and we hope for whole system-Purify your blood and
her greater success in tTe future.room e d ithhous
Mr.W. . Epsof a~ila P.I. d-Bowels. only 25c. at your druggrist.
ter a three months furlough returned -Adv.
to his post of duty last week via San-_________________
Misses Duant and Annabel Epps.
and Pauline Catw left to take charge
of their school at Lynchburg, Lone
Oak and Cades respectively.
gestion to Mr. Allen McFaddin, and it
is forbimtostressthe need of agri
cultuare in oue other school not far from
ours and probably it will keep some
of the long pantsa boys from riding clear
from Sardinia to see an experiment Tickets iven to each
prayrm, come boshr bue gveryo am
hrtyiv welcoss bothwe hay baner nda-o
hionak addres bt four Germay sapk. beMr.fSgve ih
radyi bs when u tressaled onheo ca-e
tfaricultur ee anIh hudb
so a oeage Thatrk All the ________________
Honor Roll-Manning Grade School. Seland Smith 95
1prs, Grde.Burgess Sprott 94
First Grade. SxhGae
Whitaker Ansley M-ry Ase997
Kate Odiorne M Aler 99
Alston Gerald RsleFagr9
Hugh Davis Lida Sprott 94
Rosa Deis Virginia Geiger 94
Cro Gei er Louise McElveen 93
Charlon LowderBradam 93
Isalee Smith Joe Bragdon 92
Louise Brown Gle Harvln 9
Winnie Plowden J.e T in 90
Earl Richbourg Sevnt Gd
Milburne Creecy Beny Husbands 97
Floree Driggers Helen Plowden 94
Stobo Bradbam Moses Levi 93
Gertrude Rigby Ruby McElveen 92
Charles Rigby 92
Herbert Venning Maud Sprott 91
Second Grade. Eighth Grade.
Pearl Bullard Carrie Plowden 93
Ruby Bullard Esterlena Reardon 01
Mary Sue Bradley Arcbie Barron 90
Elma Bradham-. Brainard Gibson
Virginia Coffey Ninth Grade.
Susy Dyson J isbn 98
Dora Gamble Carolyn Plowden 97
Mattie Horton Irma McKelvey 96
Gladys Jayroe Isabelle Thomas 6
Ruby Mathis Beulah Johnson 94
Mary Metropol Rounette Hirschmann 93
Louise Nettles Jennie Burgess 92
Pauline Peavy Myrtle Bowman 91
Emma Patrick Mildred Ervin 91
Mattie Richbourg Tenth Grade.
Clara Thames .B
Oliver Allsbrook Nesa v 98
Spencer Breedin Ne evr 96
George Mahoney Eiae osr 95
George Edward Phelps Eabett Powden 95
Mary Ridgill Saa Sny de 1
Ethran Ridgeway Se Wner 90
Hatte Breedin When you want a fact to become
Virginia Bradham generally known, the right way is to
Frances Dickson Dublish it. Mrs. JOenh Kallsins. Peru.
Pauline Jones Id., was troubled with bt-lehing, sourI
Bonnie Lowder stair ,h and frequent headaches Sbe'
Daisy McIntosh writes. "I feel it my duty to tell'others
Corinne McKelvey what Cbamb-r1ain'q T:ilts h.Lve done
Lillie Emma Sprott for me. They have helped my dizes
Mildred Smith tion and regulated my bowels Since
Isabel Young using them I havo been entirely well."
John D Gerald
Fourth Grade. Tris of a Teacher.
Isabelle Plowden 98 Mrz. Wt-.l wac havinz some trouble
Sara Leseqne 97 with a lit I- f flow in her spellinzcOass
Charles Wilson 96 "B -d -pelts bed," she explained,
Charles Davis 96 over and over sgain: "b-e-d. bed. Do
Cicil Clark 93 you undertand?"
Lula Rigby 93
Alston Davis 92 "
Lucius Heriot 91 dWel a-t spe'ls cat dod spell
Julia Haley 90 .og and s I ell
Willie Bradley 90 yobdpes
Rosie Lee Richbourg 0 "Don't know! You don't know what
Firth Grane. b e-d spellq efter all I've told you?"
Bessie May Creecv 94 "Well, once more, b-e-d spells what
Lynn DuRant 95 you ;!ep in Now, what do you sleep
Sara Till 96
Mary Sue Wilson 96 "My drawers," triumphantly ex
Craven Bradham 986 claimed the urchin.
a Away FREE Every
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customer bears a number. and the person holding t
ery purhase frm I~u. oP$100 Nudhmbe 93 lbe
visitors to mowaa S Ma l of CASTORIA
A Sumter automobile dealer has just For Infants and Children
returned to the city from a visit to
Detroit, and in discussing motor car In Use For Over 30Years
prospects for the coming year laid es- Always beas
pecial emphasis on the part to be play- thle
ed by Dodgo Brotbeers. . Snature Of
"The Dodge Brothers Car," he said,
"is certain to be one of- the biggest
sellers during the coming season. I
went through their plant, and was ab- Throw Out The Line.)
solutely astounded at its magnitude and
"I had heard of Dodge Brothers as Give Them Help and Many Manning People
the largest makers of motor car parts Wil be Happier.
in the country, but I had no idea of the "
size of their works unuil I went through "Throw Out the Life Line. -
them. , Weak kidneys need help.. -
"Out in one building that they call They're' often overworked-t h e y
"Otn4el ing tam am- don't get the poison filtered out of the
the Foree Shop are 40 biz steam bam- blood.
mers. When they're all pounding Will you helo them?
away at once, you couldn't hope to hear Doan's Kidney Pills have brought
the guide even through a megaphone. benefit to thousands of kidney sufferers.
Those hammers have falling weights Manning testimony proves . their
as high as 60 pounds, and the founda- worth.
tions alone weigh as mugh as 100.000 Mrs. L. Newman. Mdanning, S. C.,
pounds. They were moving some of says: "I consider Doan's Kidney Pills
them around while I was there, and I a fine backache and kidney reugdy and
saw the kind of fcundatior.s they must I can say that they have been used in
have-concrete beds about twenty feet my home with good results. One of
deep- my family had a lame and aching back,
"In another department I saw nearly together with kidney weg.kness. Doan's
150 automatic gear cutting machines. Kidney Pills brought relief. I have
Those machines are almost human. never had need of Doan's Kidney Pills
They take a plain blank of steel, and myself, but I have often advised their
turn it into a finished gear. The guide use, as I know what they will do."
told me'that they turned -out 500,000 Price 50c, at all dealers.. Don't sim
gears last year. ily ask for a kidney remedy-get Doan's
"The whole proposition is on the Kidney Pills-the same that Mrs. New
same scale. Its simply tremendous. man had. Foster-Milburn Co., Props.,
When Dodge Brothers' car comes out Buffalo, N. Y.-Adv.
this fall, it will unquestionably set a --
new standard of automobile values, and
is therefore destined to be a big seller.' Notice to Creditors.
_____All persons having claims against
the estate of Alex A. Tindal, deceased,
BUSINESS LOCAL. will present them duly attested, and
those owing said estate will make pay
Itch relieved in 30 minutes by Wool- t to the unoersigned qualified Exe
ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. fa
Sold by Dickson Drug Co., druggists. CHALTO DsaANt,
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Wanted-Five teachers at $65.00; Executors.
three at $50.00: Fifteen from $35.00 to Manning S.C. October 12, 1914.
340.00. Also tobacco travelling sales
men at $125.00 and expenses per month
Address Carolina Teachers' Agency,
F. K. Graham, Mgr, Kinizstree. S. C. L OF SOTH CAROLINA
FOR SALE-New crop pure Georgia County of Clarendon.
Cane Syrup, at 32c per 2allon, in bis. By James M. Windham, Esq., Judge
W. H. Davis, Augusta Ga. of Probate.
WHEREAS, P. B. Thames made
Sor 6 doses 666 will -break any case 11 suit to me to grant him
Feve.t or Chills. Prices, 25 cents. Letters of Administration of the
estate and effects of E. C. Thames
FOR SALE-Pure Appler Seed Oats. These are therefore to cite and ad
highly bred, and perfectly sound, monisi all and singular the kin
averaged more than fifty bushels per dred and creditors of the said
acre. Price 75 cents per bushel E. C. Thames, deceased, that
Sacked, f o b Summerton. S. C. R. they be and appear before me, in the
C. Richardson. Jr. Court of Probate, tobe held at Man
ning, S. C.. on the 30th day of Oct.
School Trustees-We can supply next, after publication hereof, at
you at any season with the best teach- 1 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
rs available upon request. Write or cause, if any they have, why the
wire at once. Carolina Teachers' gad
Agency, Kingstree, s. C. gatd
Ageny, Kngstee, . C.Given under my hand this 17th day
of October Anne ])omini. 1914.
5 or 6 doses 666 will broak any case J. M. W INDHAM,
tf Fever or Chills. Price, 25 cents. Jude of Probate.
ilaturday at Katzofytts
he lucky number will receive a $5.00 Bill Free.
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