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bitsbes AU County and Town Of
~ANNING, S C., JAN. 20, 1915.
Wrapped in a Sanitary,
Dust-proof Paper. Give
it a Trial and You 'will
Use no Other.
Ask Your Neighbor.
"Everything Good to Eat."
Next week is court week. -
Plant tobacco-the money getter.
Mr. S. L. Huggins spent Monday in
Mrs. C. R. Harvin went to Columbia
Remember the big feature at The
Maj. Abe Levi has returned from a
Strip to New York.
All the baanks observed holiday yes
terday, it being Lee's Birthday.
Mr. R. L Jones of Baltimore, is vis
iting his mother at Davis Station.
MissRosalthaZeigler of Orangeburg,
Is visiting her sister, Mrs. T. E. Plow
Several from here attended the in
auguration exercises in Columbia yes
Mr. M. M. Krasnoff has returned t<
New York, after spending the fall ii
Rev. L. B. McCord returned to the
bedside of his father Monday, who i
Yesterday looked like a fall da;
here, people were selling cotton, ani
business was good in all lines.
On accout of a great rush in jol
work this week, we could not give ou
paper the usual attention; then toc
news is scarce.
Leon Weinberg has bought the spac
above our first local column, ,and, wi
give you something interesting min
every week. Watch this space.
Read Hirschmann's big ad in thi
issue. Don't let the weather keep yc
away from the big sale, as you my ni
at don't come
ving the mos
r stock 01 D:
e aim and des
e are willing
day or night.
se who are C<
Read the big half page ad of Hug
gins Pharmacy. Dr. Huggins reahiz
ig that advertising pays, has come
back with another big ad this week.
Mr. E. S. McIntosh, formerly of Man
ning, but who recently moved to Colum
bia, had thie misfortune of losing his
dwelling and contents by fire last week.
Anyone wishing to have prescprip
tions filled at night at Dickson's Drug
Store can ring~ Mrs Ingram Bagnal's
boading house, and the druggist, Dr.
Sanders will gladly fill it for you.
Mr. J. Webb Sprott, son of Mr. W.
T. Sprott of Manning. is in a hospital
in Jonesboro, Arkansas with typhoid
fever, his brother Mr. Joe Sprott of
Jordan left last week to be with him.
Dr. Edward W. Barron of Columbia,
was in Manning this week, making ar
rangements to locate here. Ned is an
old Manning boy, born and raised here,
and we feel sure he will meet with
great success in this, his home county.
Mr. S. Leard Huggins has sold out
his interest in the Manning Grocery
Co., and bought out the 5, 10, 2.5c store,
which business he is now sole owner.
Mr. Huggins is very popular, and one
of the most energetic and bustling
young men in Manning, and is bound
to succeed in his new business. The
Times wishes him all kinds of pros
Mission Institute begins Wednesday
continues through Sunday. A strong
array of talented speakers. Two ser
vices daily during the week, 11 a. in.,
and 7:30 p. m. Two speakers at each
service. Full program was published
last week. Sunday services, Sunday
school 10:30 a. m. Judge J. J. Gentry
will speak to the Bible class. Morning
service, 11:30 a. in., Dr. C. J. Thomp
son. Evening service, 7 p. in., Judge
Gentry. The public cordially invited.
J. A. Ansley, Pastor.
Rev. David Klein of Sumter filled his
appointment Sunday at the masonic
hall. He delivered a magnificient lec
ture the subject being "The Inside of
the Cup." The entire Jewish comnmu
nity of Manning have joined the con
gregation, and now numbers thirty
five souls. A Sabbath school for the
infant class has been.organized wito
Miss Netta Levi and Irma McKelvey
as teachers. Rev. Klein returned to
Sumter Monday, while here he was the
guest of the Loryea family.
One of the most en~oyable sociable
events of the season was the reception
tendered by Mrs. English Plowden to
her sister Miss Rosaltha Zeigler of
Orangeburg last Wednesday evening.
Cards was the feature of the evening,
after which a delightful sweet course
was served. Those enjoying Mrs.
Plowden's bospitality were: Misses
Caro Bradham, Lucy Johnson, Vir
ginia Wilson, Rit -nd Louise Hug
gins, Edna Brockanton, Bess Harvin
and Rosaltha Zeigler; and Messrs Sam
Barren. Herman and Leard Huggins,
Be Fulton, Bertram Weinberg, Ed
win Johnson, and Drs. Sanaers and
Despite war and hard times the
Farmers' bank of Olanta made a good
showing at its fourth annual meeting
held January 12th. The cashiers report
showed a net earning of 13 per cent.
SThe following otticers wvere re-elected:
. J. Tomnlioson, president; R. E.
,Smith, Sr., vice president; R. E.
rSmith, Jr., cashier. The following
directors were also re-elected: S. L.
'Floyd, Alex Floyd. W. R. Floyd, H.
M. Goodwin, E. M. Hicks. J. H. Ham,
eR. E. Smith, Sr., S. J1. Tomlinson, M.
I . Truluck, W. D. Truluck, B. M.
STruluck, 13. K. Truluck. L. R. Tru
luck, J. H. Wilson and S. WV. Young.
This bank was organized April 3rd
.s1911 with a capital of $10,000 and las1
t year the capital was Increased t<
st $25.000. Since organization the banl
in full operat
~t modern ec
rugs -and Pha
wvho bring or
ire to satisf~
and glad to
To those wi
>ming in evei
The teachers' meeting held, in the
court house last Saturday was a success
from every standpoint, It was the
largest and most enthusiastic meeting
of the association whidh has yet been
There were about forty-five teachers
present, besides a number of interest
ed visitors. The former meetings for
this session were prevented on account
of rain and other hindrances, hence the
reorganization was deferred until to
The following officers weie elected
to serve for the ensuing year: Prof. D.
R. Riser, president; Miss Lida Scar
borough, vice-president; Miss Beulah
M. Edge, secretary.
A program committee to - arrange a
program for the next meeting to be
held four weeks hende consists of Supt.
E. J. Browne, Misses Lizzie Rogers,
and Beulah Edge. This committee will
leave no effort undone to make the next
meeting one of equally as much inter
est and profit.
The association adopted a Field Day
program for the annual occasion in
April. One of the features adopted will
be a spelling contest in which the best
speller wins. This will be open at large,
and great interest is expected. The en
tire program will be published soon
and sent out to all the schools,
The publication of a school magazine
came up for discussion, and was refer
red to the following committee to be
reported on at the next meeting: E. J.
Browne, Miss Lida Scarborough, and
Mr. J. E. Clark.
The School Improvement Association
was re-organized by the election of Miss
Beuah M. Edge, president; Miss Kath
erine Richardson, vice-president; Miss
Frances Moore, secretary.
The meeting proper was opened with
a scripture reading and prayer by the
Rev. J. A Ansley. This was followed
by the leading feature of the day an
address by Supt. S. HI. Elmonds of the
Sumter city schools. He used as a basis
of his discourse VTandike's prayer.
"Help us to deal honestly with our
words as with men, for they are both
alive." It was a most earnest anc
eloquent plea to the teachers to be
careful and exact in the choice of their
words, and to deal honestly with them
selves, their position and their pupils.
It was one of the best; addresses ever
delivered before a teachers' meeting
here. It was replete with all that pro
yokes deep add careful thought. Any
attempt to give even a short synopsis
of it would fall so far short of doing
either the speaker yr his theme justice,
that your correspondent will not at
tempt the task. Those who rnissed it,
missed a treat.
Let all teachers throughout the en
tire county take notice that the next
meeting will be held at the court house
four weeks from last Saturday, which
will be February 1.5th.
Notice to roultry Raisers.
On Saturday January 23rd, at elever:
o'clock, there v~ll be a meeting at the
Court House, to organize Poultry Club.
for the County.
The object of forming Psultry Clubs
is to give a better knowledge of thb
value and importance of the Poultr2
industry and the marketing of a firsi
class ':niform product, to teach bettei
methods of caring for poultry and eggs
and to show the increased revenue t<
be derived from well-bred poultr;
where proper methods of managemen
Mr. C. C. Cleveland, Poultry Demon
strator of the department of Anima
ausbandry, stationed at Winthrop Go]
lege will be here.
He wiil organize separate clubs foi
men and women, boys and girls. Bi
sure to come. We will expect you
This means you.C.AMcadn
IKatherine M. Richardson,
Agt Glsi Clubs.
send us- prea
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Honor RolU for Trinity Graded School.
9th Grade-Sallie McCall, 90..
8th Grade-Covert Daniels, 91.
7th Grade -Belyon Odom, 95, Dewey
Elmore, 93, James Daniels, 90.
5th Grade-Fannie Harvin, 9'7, Ethel
4th Grade-Roberta Hodge, 96, Vivian
Rawlinson, 96, Robert Spigener,95.
3rd Grade -Emma Ruth Elmore-, Har
ris Witherspoon, W illie 'Spigener.
2nd Grade-Bessie Daniels, J. 0. Har
yin, Alyin Browder.
1st Grade-Katherine Harvin, Clar
ence Spigener, McLeod Hodge, Et
oil Hodge, Kattie Browder.
Honor Roll-Summerton School.
1st Grade-Leona Ross.
2nd Grade-Hallie Carson.
3rd Grade-Tappy Lesesne.
4th Grade-Delmar Shame, EmmaMood
Bell Cantey, Helen Davis.
5th Grade-Mary Wilkie, Lily Cantey,
6th Grade-Dorotby Carson, Rh~fta
Derrick. Emory Rogers.
7th Grade-Mary Gentry. -Grace Allen,
Pearle Davis, Mamie Hunter,James
9th Grade--Sudie Davis.
For the Belgium Relief Fund.
We the undersigned committee of
Manning want to make the followingi
report. Sixty five cans of Eagle brand
condensed milk was given. Mr. Leon
Weinberg packed and shipped it tc
Charleston for us.
Tbe Levi mercantile company gave a
case of Milk. $28 00 was given in mon
e. Mr. A. H. Breedin kindly offered
to buy milk at wholesale prices in
Charleston for us. which he did. Thbank
ing all who took part in this worthy
cause. Very sespectfuily.
MI es. Harlee.
M rs. King.
Sunday School 10:30 a. m. Mr. Jos
Public worship, 11:30 a. m. and 7:3(
p. m. Dr. Bays will be with us Sanday
Epworth League. 4 p. m.
Prayermeeting. Friday 4 p. m.
TRINITY:-Sunday school every
Sunday at 3:00 p. m. Mr. A. M. WVhite
superintendent. Public womship on
the 2nd and 4th Sundays at 4:00 p. m.
conducted by the pastor.
The public is cordially invited to al:
G. P. WATSON.
It is against the law of this State foi
any person to plough or drag plough!
upon the public highways, or' in any
manner to obstruct the ditches anc
drains made by the read authorities
It is also against thbe law in Clarendot
County for any person to cut any ditcl
across any of the public highway:
without first obtaining a written permr
from the County Board of Commission:
ers. A\ll persons are hereby cauuonec
against the violation of any of thes!
laws. For the past two years I bave
warned the people of the County, bu
have not prosecuted anyone. However
I have instructed the Rural policemen
Iand all others in authority, to rigidla
enforce the law, and all farmers are re
quested to co-operate with me in en
Iforcing those retzulations. as by so do
ing they will aid in keeping roads ii
b~ettr condition, and possibly savi
themselves trouble and expense by see
ing that their ploughmen do not ob
struct the drains and ditches and drag
their pioughs upon the public high
ways of the County.
W. R. DAVIS,
Tnary 19h, 1915.
facilities in t)
r within our
dy given us
Editor The Times:
A t your request I -shall attempt to
give you a few items from our hustling
little City, everything is going on
smoothly, and if every day was like
Sunday we would not know when the
war is over, as we did not get the Sun
day News, as the Sunday Train now is
a thing of the past.. And we have the
old schedule that was in operation sev
eral years ago, much to the regret of
Most of the farmers are beginning to
prepare their land for another crop,
but think the most of them will wait
until the present session of the Legis
lature is over before they tell you'how
much cotton they are going to plant.
While there is very little complaint
being made about the reduction in ac
reao-e passed last fall at the extra session
of t~te legislature. Yet I think I would
voice the sentiments of the majority of
the farmers if I would say they would
be very glad to see this special act re
pealed at this present session.
Mtisses Essie and Cecil Rogers, re
turned last Friday afternoon from a
two weeks visit with relatives and
friends, in and around Timnmonsville.
Mr. T. E. Stanley, recently spent
severaL days with his relatives in Mar
Mr~ L. A. Broad way, who has been
clerking for the Mc~lary Broadway
Co., for the past several years, is now
with A. Nimmer.
Mr. H. P. Troy, who has been with
the.Summerton Hard ware Co., for sev
eral years, has severed his cennection
with them, and will most likely go in
buiiness for himself.
Mr. M. L. Shirer, who has been of
fice man for the Summerton Live Stock
Co., for several years, has severed his
connection with them, and will run a
farm near town this year. Good luck
to you old boy. We are promised some
more fifteen cents cotton.
Mr. C. H. Touchberry, one of our
hustling young farmers, who has been
working a fifteen horse farm near town,
has moved to what is called Pineland
and will work the Manning place this
year. We regret to give up such men
as Mr. Touchberry. But we wish him
much success, and hope to still see his
big smiling face in our town from time
The small boys in town recently or
ganized what they called a Wild West
show, and made- arrangements with
Capt. J. A. James, for a ten months
old steer for the Advance Agent to
ride to advertise the show, and aifter
coming in possession of the Jersey
blooded bov they found he watsunbroke
they callea their company of about 27
in rnumber together to break him, ad
from reports he passed 26 of the boys
over his head as fast as they could get
on the little fellows back, and as there
is no grey hounds in town the 27th boy
could not be caught, hence the boys
returned the calf unhurt, and the show
A hunting pasrty left here last Thutrs
day morning for Killem Ridge or som
othier peculiar name, composed of
Messrs. C. M. and C. B. Davi. Fehix
Dingle, Postell Coleman, and others.
ane ~when first heard from they had
three deer killed, and as usual the
fourth badly crippled and expecting to
be caught soon.now I am not goiwg to
give the name of the deer crippler, but
everybody knows Uncle Charlie is a lit
tle slow about st-eing and must have
just hit the hiud-er parts, bringing his
speed to about sixty miles the hour.
How To Give Quinine To Children.
FEBRILINE is the trade-mark name given to ar
imprvedQuinne.It s a astles Syrp, lea
attPotaed doe .o Itistuthelstolas
Children take it and never know it is Quinine.
Aloespecially adapted to adults who cannot
take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate noi
cause nervousness nor ringing in the head. Try
it the next time you need Quinine for any pur
pose. Ask for 2-ounce original package. '"he
name FEBRILINE is blown in bottle, 25 cents.
ete, Fresh an
a sent for and
power to p1
Turbeville lodge No. 130, Knights of
Pythias elected the following officers
to serve for the year 1915: C. C., E. R.,
Morris; V. 0., T. H. Coker; prelate,
D. Edd Turbeville; M. of W., JT. C.
Robinson; M. at A., 0. W. Dennis;
K. R. and S. and M of F., W. J. Tur
beville; outer guard, H. C. Wheeler:
trustee. Dr. C. E. Gamble. A donation
of $5.00 was sent by the lodge to the
Belgian relief fund.
On Thursday afternoon Miss PaulinE
Jones and Mr. E. R. Morris were
quietly married at the Methodist par.
sonage. Only members of the family
were present. The ceremony was per
formed by the Rev. P. K. Rhoad. They
will make their future home in Turbe
Mrs. I. M. Woods of Sardinia spent
the week-end at the home of her son.
Dr. W. H. Woods.
Miss Bertha Turbeville of Mullins
visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
Turbeville the past week.
Several from here expect to attend
inauguration exercises in Columbia
We have not yet mnade up our county
supply bill. 1 intend to try to put on
an increase in appropriation for our
County Tomato Club work this year
raising it from five hundred to five
hundred and seventy-five dollars.
I want our county during this year of
hard times to do some extra road build
ing which can be more readily done
now as labor can be more easily and
cheaply secured than ordinarily the
case. Tben too, there are numbers of
good people in our county whlo will
suffer want this coming summer unless
they can get work to do.
All we have to do to accomplish this,
is while we are bonding the county for
hack indebtedness is to add a few
thousand dollars to do this extra work.
We have done but little work yet. We
will have a lot to write about next
week. Very respectfully,
I will be at the following places or
the dates named, to take returns of real
and personal property. A 50 per ceni
penalty wi~l be added to those failine
to make . turns. So either co'ne ti
the office ard make your returns, or
meet me~ at the nearest appointment to
you, and save y ourself trouble.
Paxville-Curtis's Store. Monday Fe b~
uat i 1st.
Pine -Eprsn Store, Truesda.:
Fe bruary 2nd.
Remini-Wed nesday, February 3rd
C. W. Browns Store-Thursday, Feb 4t1
St. Paul-Friday, Feb. 5th.
Crcss Roads-Saturday Feb. 6th.
Summnerton-Judge Richbourgs office
Monday Feb. 8th.
Davis Station-1'uesday, Feb. 9th.
Jordan-Wednesday, Feb. 10th.
St. Marks-H. A. Allsbrooks Thursda.)
Fe b. 11th.
Foreston-T. L. Bagnals Store Friday,
Wilson Mill-Saturday, Feb. 13th.
Harmony-A. R. Chandler Monday.
.Mid way-R. P. Barrow Tuesday, Feb.
Sandy Grove-W. D. McFaiddin Wed
nesday, Feb. 17th
Douulas-Turbeville Store Thursday,
New Zion -Friday. Feb. 19th.
Alcolu-Dicksons Store Saturday, Feb
and precision. We sell
nt that we could buy,
d Pure, we are pleas
us feel good, it being
.delivered. You can't
ease our customers,
ss, we THANK YOU
- MANNING, S. C.
Itch relieved in 30) minutes by Wool-abeteptsan ohrigeins
ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails,.nteln.Ti s h ert s t
Sold by Dickson Drug Co., druggists.Poahitohihndgudlme
FOR SALE-New crop pure Georgiastnisvrcha.fyoae jt
Cane Syrup, at 32c per gallon, in bis.etd rt eadIwl epesdt
W. H. Davis, Augusta Ga. sn o oko h s fgon
5or 6 doses 666 will break any case sre .C
Fevei or Chills. Price, 25 cents.
Strayed or Stolen-Prom my prem- Ffentosn ayCik o
ises in Pinewood Sunday -morning, a Sl-onsri igeCm ht
large white and black spotted pointer Lgon ny ilhth100g
dog, short tail. Answers to the namemoevryteewkshouou
of Dan. Reward if returned to .T. W.thyerPlcyorrdsnw.l.
Weeks, Pinewood, S. C.eahianqantyEgsorhc
Wanted To Exchange-Horses, Bug- ai.DvsSain .C
gies, Wagons, Harness, Stalk Cutters,
for Lumber,- Drawn Cypress Heart
Shingles, Shelled Corn and Baled Pea m ~uvA.o m ET
Vine Hay. W. P. Legg.
WANTED-An industrious man who ngtfrteNrhadEsvstn
can earn $100 per month and expenses teMlsi h neeto h i n
retailing our Products to farmers.ualSwatWieSl.Yowllkw
Must have some means for starting ex-whtheealsmnadcorcs
penses and furnish bond signed by twoaley dprms bigrtns
responible men. Address W. T. ta vrbfr.Teegoswl o
RAWEIGH COMPANY, FREE-bersethogpomlyadae
PORT, IILL., giving age, occupationofslanuceindetmBgn
and reference.saigad etyu lstrd.Th
For Sale-One 144 egg Cypress In-godwilbonhd-uthekd
bator, cost $22.50,1 good as 'new. only yul atadpet ftes
$15. The machine and 144 White Leg-"wthadai"frhshegaet
born egss for $20. A. C. Davis, Davis o l oe aigeet edi
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