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%IANNING, S. C., MARCH 31, 1915
-5c & 10c
"Everything Gacd to Eat."
Hon. R. S. DeSchamps of Pinewood,
was in Manning yesterday.
Treasurer Wells was the busiest man
In the towi Monday and yesterday col
lecting taxes. -
Hon. J.'D. Cappelman of Charleston,
addressed- the Sunday School Conven
vion )asn -night."
Msses Annie Hlasehmann and Irma
Weinberg of Converse College -is at
home spending Easer.
Inst-'oe pair of spectacles, be
longinr to Stobo Bradham: finder will
please leave with Mr. -A. U. Bradham.
Miss Mary.Ridgill was among the
vistors ta.Florence Thorsday and Fri
day attending the State Teachers Asso
Sberiff ,Gaml* is ~iable to be out
osin but he Iso strong, and will
<'bave t9 be very 2arefl with bimself
tor several weeks.
Manning is soon to have a new com
mercial enterprue, he tanning Dry
Gooduo- 'The corporators are Messrs.
T. M. Davis and Herman Debrow.
Iiwas The Timels editor% pleasure to
a guest of Mi. R.. Davis last Sun
. o help him celebrate his 59th
buIthday. MV. how these chaps do get
The Manning-basket ball team will
so Kingatree Friday 9th, to play the
IKingstree team. A big crowd is ex
to go from here to root for the
Mrs. AlfredD'Anconaof Chieago and
eildren,- tage in Manning visit
ate brte~a and sisters. Mrs.
D'Ancona was, the youngest daughter
e,~ihe laeMoses Levi,
Is.ls comman reportthat Captain W.
C.CDavisbas prchase1 from Mr. J. A.
Weinberg the slnid pory-known
asthe Lenarii -lc fr$d400. -This
is about ithelargest real-estate move
meat that has been pulled off in Man
ningrln a number of years.
Supervisor W. R. Davis has written
to the 8ertz fState for a certified
cyofthe lawf ga lense for non- '
trakhenrs and when it
he wH snd ut instructions to
-temazistrates. and rural police as to'
what Is expected from -them with re
.ard to teefreeto h ar
Hou.se.. Soarborougb has been ap
'pointed by Governor Manning a dele
-,gate'to the-National convention of as
sociated charities. Mr. Scarborough is
a member of-the board of directors of
-tanity to fearui much about the uct
We direct the attention of our read
era to the-advertisement of The U. S.
Woolen Co. whuch has a store in Sum-'
-ter cenvenient to take the measure
menta of thoss desirin'g their clothes
-made to orde'r for S15 -per suit. Mr.
Gilesple the local manager will take
ishowing tEe visitor over
* mmne assortmentof fabrics.
Mr~ W. H. Young, who has- been the
guest af Mr. A. C. Davis since JTanuary
left Monday to tour Georgia, Florida
and Cuba, after.which he hopes to re
tdrn. to Manning some- time .InJul,
with baef the curing stoves to demon
strate his apparatus with the golden
weed Itself. ia all probabiy he will
select sumes farm In the Semsection
at a eentral point to make ,the demon
stration of curing tobacco with his new
- The county authorities of Orange
burg, have arranged to borrow $60,000
from a local liank at an interest rate of
2.74 per cent. Orangeburg will con
Sduct her affairs on a cash basis. and by
this help of the local bank that county
wilLsave alot of money. When this
county Is in need. of :coney the local
banks mnakeitpay 8 per cent if they
Swill lend at alL Orn urg Is-just
across the river from~ Viarendon, but
the dividing river ought not to make
thiadifference In Interest, rates.
In the race b tween the Young Meu's
Bible Class of the Manning Methodist
Church and a similar Class of Trinity
.Church of Sumter. Sumter won first
bobya score of 60to 59 on Sunday
Mlarch but on last Sunday Man
ning got more tlian even by an attend
ance of 88 to 71. The Sumter people
are yery much interested and claiming
they will win, but they are against a
crowdl that has formed the habit of do
ing what thev.set out to do, and in this
they haye set out to beat Sumter, and
Sumter is liable to get beat.,
Married last Sunday afternoon, by
Rev. S. K. Notso, at the home of the
bride's parents, near Mouzons, Mr.
Charles Durham Fret well of Andersoh,
a prominent young banker, and Miss
.Susan Mae Chandler. a former, instruc
tress in Vassar college. The bride is
said to be possessed of rare accomplish
ments, and she is a linguist of reputa
tioni in the educatioa world. After a
reception, t'he couple left for a tour of
the northern States, and before return
in' they will visit the exposition at
Frusco, and Yellowstone Park.
The Bible Cflass of the Manning -Pres
byterian church organized a Sunday
school on the plantation of Mr. W. T.
Lesesne near Manning a few weeks
ago, and last Monday they built a nice
chapel. The class met early in the
morning and worked all day stopping
only for a splendid dinner, in which
they were greatly assisted by Mr. Les
esne, and when night came on the
house was completed and ready to be
used for service. The Sunday school
sent McLaurin Appelt and "Bad"
Driggers as delegates to the ina..r-conu
ty convention which Is now meeting in
There has been considerable com
plaint from the patroos of The Times
about the arrival of the paper on the
rural routes from Alco!u. We wish tc
say it isriot the fault of the Alcolu post
office, but it is the fan'r. of the mail
agent on the railroid rhe Times is
dispatched regularly ou train 47 Wed
nesday evenings, and this agent has for
several weeks failed to put the Alcolu
sack off, carried it by and brougbt it
back the next morning on train 46. We
have reported the matter to the chief
clerk of the railway mail service, and
we hope the trouble will be corrected.
The Times is due on the rural routes
from Alcolu Thursday. and -at Alcolu
Take a look at the show windows of
the Plowden Hardware Company and
see what artistic taste can accomplish
with well displayed hunting and fishing
paraphenalia. It is worth while spend
ing several minutes at this 'picture; the
lovers of the bunt, and the loveisof the
angling sport, as the balmy spring days
approach brings on the lure of the
forest and lake, and while the sap or
sport is rising from its winter bidigs.
t1re sight of a fine fish pole equipped
K with reel and all of the other latest ap
pliances for real game sport is inspir
ing. A sight like this to the eye of the
real sportsman is as enchanting as is
the song of the mocking bird inspiring
to the poet who dwells in the forests
for the themes of his muAc. The at tist
who did this splendid work of exhihit
ingtbe goods referred to was "Chub,"
but even if it was him, It was done well.
Go and take a.look at it while th.e look
ing Is good.
The magistrates in Clarendon desire
to enforce the liquor law, but they are
getting confused since the opinion of
the attorney general which practically
says an officer cannot seize liquor from
the possession unless the same is for
unlawful use. That the officers cannot
require transportation companies to ei
pose their books to show who and when
persons reeive liquor. The supreme
court ought to settle this question now.
so the offcers will not be in doubt as to
their duties. Governor Manning is try.
Ang to enforce the law. bu'. if the attor
ney general is right, and his oplnion is
an official guide unti! a court passes on
it, we cannot see how it is possible for
the police and othr officers to know
where they are at. We do rot endorse
prohibition, but we want law enforced
because it is law, and when the State
through its legislature has made a law
forbidding certain acts. regardless of
our Individual' feelinz 6r opinion, we
always try tn aid in the enforcemen'
of the legislative declaration.
Gathered to Hs Faths
Died last Friday morning at about
one o'clock Mr. ,oseph Harmon Bur
gess in the 61st year of his age. Mr.
urgess had been about as usual, being
down town as late as Thursday after
noon talking pleasantly to his friends,
and be was apparently in his usual
health, some timae during the evening
he ad an attack of something like in.
dgestou, the family physician was
sent for who. evidently was not alarm
ed about his padient's condition, and
after prescribing. left expectinz him
relieved in a short time, but it became
evident after the'Doctor left Mr. Bur
gess was growing worse. hasty calls
were made for medical aid but it was
mevailing and hpassed away.
The deceased was an excellent type
>f manhood, uodemonstratively pious.
broad in his views. rindly of heart and
isposition, and possessed of a cherry
manner. He was a good, stalwart
drien and neighbor, and one this com
munity will feel the loss of. He was
orn and reared in Clarendon and spent
is life here wlith the exception of a
hort whils hea lived at Mayesvilie,
where he won-te esteem of the comn
nunity. He was a farmer by vocation,
ad noted for .his good -business and
emplance witti his obligations.
The^ funeral took place Saturday
norning in the - Methodist church of
which he was a faithful meint Rev
r. P. Watson,the pasor assisted by Rev
P.McCord of the Presbyterian church
~onduted the 'service. The remarics
f. Rev. G: P. W a tsqen w er e
eculiarly appropriate and touching,
speially to those of us who have had
be privilegeof knowing the departed
me so many years, and as a time when
he charater-of the man was being
~ormed; there never breathed a more
onorable man than Harmon Burgess,
d -one whose purposes toward his
!ellow man was more pure.
The barial took place in the Man
ig -Cedhetery where the services
were concluded. The floral .tributes
were many 'and beautiful, the grave
aliterally blanketed in these testi
nonials of love and esteem. The pall
searers were Messrs. D, M. Bradham,
I. T Stukes, W M. Plowden, T. M.
I)avis, J7. E. Davis, C. R. Sprots
The surviving members of the family
re his widow, Mrs. Robert DeSchamps
4 Mayesville, Mrs. William Burnuside
f Richland, Mrs. Clarence Spross and
drs. Stewart Harvin, and his son Mr.
Willie Burgess of Manning, and h's
roshers, Messrs James A. Burgess or
orion, and Andrew P. Burgess of
Boa RbU-Oak Grove School.
Carolee Watt, Annie Mabel Ridgill,
Lulle May Hodge. Sarah Baker, *Edwin
. - MARY RIDGILL,
It is with sadness that I seat
yself this beautiful Sabbath morning
o announce the death of our dear
friend, Mrs. Louisa Richbourg, wife of
udge J. E. Richbourg, wiho died
March 21st 1915. She was 69 years of
age.- She leaves an aged husband and
six daughters, two sons and- a host of
'riends, and relatives, lo mourn their
loss. We cant see why God caused her
to die, but God knows best wha't to do,
he has called her home to rest. I hope
and pray we will all meet her in that
swee bye and bye, where there will be
no sorrow nor tears ever shed.
Dar. parents, sisters, relations, and
frinds, try to grepare to meet your
loved~ome in heaven, where parting is
no more. May God bless us all.
All is dark within-our dwelling,
Lonely are our hearts today,
For the love one we loved so dearly,
Has forever passed away.'
April 2nd, 4:30 P. M., Methodist
Topic-The waiting world our oppor
Bible Lesson-Mrs. G. P. Watson.
Hymn-Watchman tell-us of the night.
Reports of Vice Presidents.
Reporfs of Committees.
Music-Mrs. Wolfe and Miss Marion
Woman's work in (China-Mrs. J. W.
Christian Stewardship-Mrs. Wolfe.
Query-What are the signs of the wait
ing world-Mrs. Coffey.
Hymn-Sow in the monthly seed.
Collection of dues, Dismissal.
W. T. Azbell, ex-poster of Edwards
port, Ind., writes: "I suffered from se
vere trouble with my kidneys and back
First bottle of FoleyKidney Pills gave
me relief." Thousands testify that
backache. rhematism, sore muscles,
aching joints and bladder weakness
vanished when Foley Kidney Pills
Vise clocese Maki
Au Oen ILetter to Hon. W. N. Rush.
Manning, 8.C., March 26th, 10
eadinia, S. C.,
Dar Sir:-I note your publisi
stment relating to the iTimber 'I
Bi" you state that "Senator Apr
movd the withdrawal of the Bill fri
tyommittee of Fish Game and F
er and that is be referred to1
Fiace Committee." You also sta
"T Bil! was in the Finance Comu
ye fr ten days, whien- the writer
inbhind the Chairman of the Finat
Cmittee (Senator Christens'
weupon the Bill was placed on1
ate Calendar without reference."
u also state "Clarendon Coui
osannually from Three to F:
Tsand Dollars in taxes."
ave no objection to your maki
stments of fact, but when you devi
rmfact you are liable to create
psions which you cannot verify
h ecord, and it is calculated to
mlading to the public.
ereis no foundation in fact
orstatement that I moved\ the wi
raal of the Bill from the Commnisl
ish Game and Forestry and thai
eferred .to the Finance Committe4
e Bill was in Committee seve
asas you state, but you will rec
htyou came to me and asked thai
1srain when Mr D. W. Alderit
il be heard on the measure, as i
ttd as the time you bad promis
man opoortunity to be heard. Whi
erned that it, would be inconvenli
r r. Alaerman to go before 1
omittee, I re.quested the Bill to
lcd upon the Calendar as a mat
ofcrtesy to you, informing the Cc
ite at the same time, that I rega
dsch legislation wrong in princil
itwas double taxation and couldi
eforced, and, so believinig I woi
Your statement that "Clarend
Couty loses from Three to Five Th<
dDollars in taxes" surely must
bsd in imagination rasher than fa
'heer, if you can demonstrate
eiy such statement I would
pesed to have the information. I s
t ihe opinion of reputable lawye
htunder tbe Act you attempted
re>ve Clarendon from the exempti
dClarendon is one of 36 counties
eed from its operation, it is in
ersve and unconstitutional, becau
eeis operative and constitutional
ud bge the effect of double taxi
h wners of the land who sold th
tmer under a contract to nay1
txs, and not one cent of such a
wold have to be paid by the part
obought timber under such c
tats. If you can show to the c
y 1 will be pleased to have the
This timber tax proposition was ut
ne primary in which I was a cst
daefor re-election to prejudice
mins of the electorate against me,
Iaswered the arguments, and
peole endorsed me by the larg
ajrity 1 have ever received sine
av been in public life. The ma
aenot led astray as easily as polit
atgonists hope or imagine, they h
bee trusting my judgment for mn
yeas, and they will continue to ti
melong after my antagonists h
'eae their bickerings, and, until I
how that my position in this or
hr matter is wrone. Claren
Conty, so far as it lies in my pos
wilremain along with the other
couties exempted from the provisi
an*Act that, in my opinion, can
invlve it in useless litigation.
Now, Mr. Rush, since you have
uied to make statements whici
cam are not justified by the facts
terecords, I will be pleased to
lihyour answer to this commun
to, and especially shall I be plei
toublish any facts that may
sttniae the reckless statements
hae made in your published letter
I is always best to keep the rec
stright, and this is all I seek to do
Iwill give free, one sitting of S
White Leghorn eggs to any mnembe
teCorn and Tomatoe Clubs in (
enon county, that will euess net
tenumber of chicks I will hatch I
10 eggs, now in my incubator.
gusses to be made in writing by:
inApril, -13th. Hatch comes off on ]
MEN and YI
& Co. -
en's and Boy
-Banaks are Public Institutions Regulates
Mr. Louis Appelt,
Led Edit~or Manning Times:
'a Dear Sir:
elt In your issue of tbe 17th inst.,
>mD went out of your way to make s
cr- very slurring remarks about cer
he Banks of this County, or officials
bte certain Banks, charging them -wit]
tit consistency and law violations,
tt alleged inconsistency consisting
0ce their conde-mnins the use of your
mn) cial position as Senator to ta~ke one
be the money we saw proper to pay
Herald for publishing our Bank st
ity mnents and putting it ii -your poc
.ye when at the same time we were ui
our official positions as Directors
ng turn r-one) to a paper we were fil
LWe oially interested in.
m- You mig ht convince the very den
by ignorac-, t'1 t these were analog
be cases, but we do not believe in
County you 'tan find a mao, who<
~or any thiuk~n2r whatsoever, who
h- not see a marked ditiere~nce beti
ee the use of a puilc offiee for pris
It gain, and' ih. use of a.o utieial posi
"in a c.rp~o?.tiun to adva~nce anoi
ral enterpriso for the go.>d of 1.be pu
all (for we reg.tr iTh- Herald beini t
, ;or the geo*s .f th~e ,,ub-ic) when
an corporation oes tI lose or gain
Oul cent by ie att
ed Tno ida~ :, tooJ c-iillish to discuss
nL The law -."o ation charged cons
he ini our pua.t.hiug our Bank statem
be in Tbe 10: .LC' .nd r.Ot. in both
er Herald ano Ta.e Tim -s. and not tak
m from Th~e daaid one half the mo
i ow paia it aind giving it to you.
le Wnile w e thina, Messrs. A. C. Ba
lOt ham, T. M Da~vis, J. H. Rihrby, L.
tid Harvin, S. O O'Bryan, 1. V. Plow<
J. E. K-ly B. A. Johusson and my:
0on the Direc (r, jt this B~ank, are har
Ps regarded in this Coucty as law vi
be tors, yet solely that the record may
ct, kept straight, and that the public
or noL be misled by your siurs in issue
be the 17th, aud oy w bat may follow
i, the Courts, we desire to make a p
rs, 'tatemenC~t of cur position
to Unsder the law, as it stood prior
30, the last Session of the legislature,
x- Banks are required to publish LJ
P- statemfcnts in ONE uewspapaper of
se, town. IC there are a half dozen ni
it papers in a city, there was nothoing
og prevent their publishing in all, if 1
eir had tu money to do so atnd thouif
e svise and proper, but they must put
ax in ONE. Our statements were pub]
es ed in The Manning Times from
n- organization of the Bank until
n- Herald was established, after wl
in- we saw proper to publish our st
ments in The Herald and carry at
~ed .vertisment in The Times, for wl
d-. advertisment we paid you as much
be iwe did Tne Herald for pubitshing
~ut statements. This arrangement
be tinued until this year: then you sol
est by your attempted amendment of
I law, to make~ us publish these sl
ses ments in both papers. and make
cal give you one-half the money weI
ve oeen paying The Herald. Well,
toy porations are made up of individi
ust and human nature is the same
ave world over, and we naturally rese
am the idea of being made to do what
ny had not seen proper to do of our
on volition. We may be foolish mn
er, eyes, but we just naturally though
35 had been intrusted by our stockhol
ns with the right to say when, how
*nly where our Bank's money should
spent. It may be blindness on our
as- but it just seemed to us you had
II more right to say to us, 'you shall
and me one half The Herald's money,'
ub- we had to say to you, 'you shall de
ia- one half of all your money in
ub You will observe we have pl
-your tepe mnmn'o
ord law, for in our judgment you did
succeed in amending the law; you
apparently so interested in the pa
[. part of the idea, that you ame
Sec. 4195 Code 1912 which refet
'Charges for legal advertisements
the SheritT, Clerk, etc., and sayst
.C. ing about Banks, and left Sec. 2&
lar- Bank statements in one parer.
rest In short we believe the law s
rom today just as it did befcre your fa
All amendment, and that we have ol
, p. the Jaw to the letter and are ther
4th. no law breakers.
ion, Grant that we are mistaken in
Suit; but evei
new clothes ]
dom of getti
comig in s
visit with ple
and New Yol
and some ex<
Our Gents' Furnisl
Madras. and Silks. Pri<
John B. Stetson H
from 50c. to $1.00, $1.5
Our Shoe Departn
and Leathers. Prices $
I by in amending the law, still we are
opinion that the amendment is t
stitutional. in several particulars,
915. bly upon the ground that it is 1C
special legislation of the most fia
kind, it applying only to Clar
and to no 9ther County in the|
you As you well know our ConstitutiO
)me8 hibits any such legislation, so if,
amn is any violation of law, who I
of guilty one?
in- Such being our view we courti
.uch notified the State Bank Examiner
;n ve did not propose to publist
of'i statements in but one paper, unti
halt Courts made us do so, when we
Tbe yield with as good grace as pos
ate To be perfectly frank with you
ket., further notified him that we di
ig think th'e issue would be raisedib;
to and that we much preferred tbe
aan- ing of the issue be left to you a
only interested person.
ely In conclusion let us say we al
~OUS the Banking business and not
this newsnaper business, and tnat
Me'proper place to carry any grievai
loes yours against us is to the Courti
een not in your paper. That the-re is
ateC iog to' get exeited or wroug:ht up a
tiou or-to) be cha. 'asr other pe-op'e
her wo diga ut, bui. bear in
blic tnat we are acting in good fai:.h,
iere that it is our ourpo'se to fii
the whether we can run thts Bouk a<
onc a to (our way of uhinking, ..r wh~
.it muut be rn aceeroiinhr to yours,
tWriile in your remarks uo
.17th, you did not specificLdiy me
'at this Bank or its otficers, yet we o
Ct think you will deny your insintu
Sand inuendoes were intende~d fori
mng us. and we care say in fairuess
nuy will give our de ense as jromini
place as your attack. I am,
ad- Very truly yours,
H. WV. C. DAVIS. Presideal
len, The Peoples 13d
of Davis Station
a On last Friday evening three
left here for Summierton ioaded
to the following parties, Messrs. Ev.
all G. Stukes, Eugene L. Davis, Har
hrDavis, Dr. R. E. Broadway, Lawi
th8. Chewning. Policeman John M.
ws ble, Richard W. Chewvning. J.P.(
to man. A J1. Langston, Dr. P1
hey Clark, J. P. Childers, the mail m.
t i The road was awful rough unr
dish got out of the town limit of Davis
ish- tion. and it. was fine until we ret
the the town limits of Summerton the
The realized we was in a town by the
ich ness of the roads, we soon rechet
ate beautiful home of Mr. JToha Matl
ad- where there was a feast prepare
lch the.Masons of the Summerton A.
as Lodge No. 105, this was a most el
the supper. consisting of turkey,
co fried chicken. dressing, rice, brea
obt cotTee. Wben it appeared tha
Lhe could eat no more, then came th
tate- sart, ice cream cake and fruit,
us feasting to our nearts conteu
3ave were then confronted with cig<
cor the do.>r in rememnberance of the
he 'O(ur heart felt thanks are extens
eted Mr Mathis and can only hope th
etime will soon roll around when v
own gather at his home again and
your his hospitality. We also beg t.
twe gratulate the waiters who servei
and - -- -
Ino Sunday School 10:30 a. in.M
ive Sprott, superintendent.
than Public worship, 11:30 a. mn. an
posit p. mn. Morningz service conduct
this th~e pastor. Evening service coni
by Rev. H. W. Bays. D. D.
a~.Epworth L'eague, 4:30 p.- m.
teWoman's Missionary Society:
theo 4:30 p. mn.
wre TRINITY:-Sunday school
yinw Sunday at 3:00 p. in. Mr. A. M.
ndedl superintendent. Public worsi
s to Ithe 2nd and 4th Sundays at 4:00
' by! conducted by the pastor.
noth- jThe public is cordially invited
2 in- services.
;hing G. P. WA TSC
eyed rho Quinine That Does Not Affect i
efore Because of its tonic and laxative effect
TIVE BROMO QUININE is better than c
th is Qn inansd does not case nervousi
rsnvug i head. ememberthefl
S FINE CLOTH
i may not yet b
'y man is interes
ook like. So; wh
ig the Spring E
iply to look arou
asure. The new i
by the famous s
as Schloss Bro
les and service
lusive designs fi
Uings are of the best. The Ec
;es from $1.00 to $3.50.
ts at $3.50 and $4.00. Men'
0 to $6.00.
ent is Complete. with Men's
2.50 t $5.00. The Celebrate
16 South Mai
nonta- During the past few weeks the farm
&I or ers have taken advantage of the good
rant weather, and iotA of work. has been
endon done,3is seems that every body is
state. about through planting corn, and while
a -very little fertilizer is being used. no
hre complaint has been heard froffi any
the one until Monday. When Mr. C. R.
Touchberry, the writers good friend
ously was in town, and his only complaint
that was that he could not get h,is Distribui
our tror regulated to sew little enough, that
Iour he wanted to put 200 to the acre and
would the Distributor wanted to put not ]ess
sible. taan4 300.
we The Masonic supper served at the
' not home of Mr. J. Q. Mathis, last Friday
ou, night, was the most largely attended
i'ais. of any thing of this kind in this place
athe tu many years. and Mr- Mathis receiv
e-d the commendations and congratuila
re in- dians of his brother Masons After the
the .supper the Lodge met in due form,
the~ aL.d the third degree was conferred on
ict of :'!essrs. R. M. Felder, L. J. Cain and
-nd ' C. Mason.
n h- Mr. M. B. Lesesne of Silver. has per
x u .a:n..ntly located in this town for the
a urpose of buying cotton, such men as
Snd 9 . Lesesne will alwass fiud a wel
nd e. . ne to our town.
,. vliss Margurrette Beatry of New
.. -rk city, is spending some time in
e~e . s IOWn with Mrs5. W. D. Carson
' ~ rs. F. W. Trdluck, is spendin2 ser
t th - 1 weeks with relatives and friends
atou the land of flowers.
.di \Xiss Maria Mood, is spending some
Lto')S . ne with relatives and friends in Btsh
ou It.Jeff J. Martin, who has been
n, a t-h the Dave Levi, Mercantile Co..
St. Paul for the past year, has ac
c -pted a positioni with Home Comfort
.nge Co.. and left here several days
k ,t o for La Plata Maryland to begin
'rk. We wish Mr. Martin much suc
.Messrs. W. D. McClary, and W. D.
.nderson. spent Monday -in Manning
R~ev. Carlisle Courteny, Financial
A rent, and field worker for the Rescue
cars Orphanage located at Columbia, made
wt : s very interesting talks at the Bap
tder L~ist church here Sunday, and a splend
~y E. ;d contribution was raised to help care
ence ;or the little ones in this inet-ot'on.
GnA y one who heard Mr. Courteny tell
oie- of the conditions that exist in some
uier h->mes and certain places in this State
n. could not refuse to lend a helping hand
I w to such a worthy cause.
Sa- Well since the cotton is gradually go
ched iug up, people over here have qut
an we talking hard times, and gone to buying~
*ouii new automobiles, we have four new,
the machines in town now as follows; F. WV
lews, Truluck, and Rev. C. C. Derrick, Ford
d for Trouri ng cars, F. H. Dingle, and H. A.
F. M Richbourg Ford Roadgers, and the
egant automobile fever is right high on some
pork, of the other boys, amt' uo oue can tell
d and just how soon another trip will be
twe made to Sumter over the North Wos
a-tern, and return with a Ford.
suap BUJSINES I.0CAL.S.
Will furnish White Leghorn eggs to
ed to a few reliable farmers to hatch and
at the raise on shares, natural hatch only.
'e can Parties to call for the eggs. A. C. Davis,
enjoy Davis Stat~ion, S. C.
1u s O\Vanted-Salesmlan and collector at
Sonc'e, to locate at Maan-ing. Singer
Sewing Machine Co., Sumter, S. C.
FOR SALE-One portable saw mill
outfit bra'n new. Apply to J. E Day
is, Davis Station.
ed b For Sale-One Hudson Touring Car,
Iacte in good condition, and price right.
Reason for selling, have too many cars.
Apply to Julien Weinberg. Manning.
Don't forget the big concarts givu~.
.at Thomnpson's Hall for colored people.
eyFraLnk K:ng, Manager.
ip on FOR SALE-A few Colonies of Bees
m. in 8Sframne hives. Will give each pur
chaser one section supper for comb
to all honey. Pice per Colony, 87 00. R. S.
Elliott, Silver, S. C.
r., For Fire Insurance see R. C. and C.
ia Hea Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
,riayTeoid'standard genera strengthenin tnic
me and Malari.enrichestheblood~andbuildsnpthesae
ING FOR EA
e ready for thi
ted to know N
ether you see
uit right awa
nd, we anticipi
nodels are woi
. & Co.,- of B
mely so. Can,,
for $12.50, $1
:r $20,.$25 an
lips. Gold and Silver Shiri
i and Boy's Straws in all ti
and Boy's Oxfords in all t
dl Edward Clapp Oxfords at
Pursuant to'an order of S. M. Wind
ham, Judge of Probate, I -rill sell at
public auction, for cash, at the resi
o Cony p , on Saturdy the 3rd
' nnetad deceae, constigo
plow tools and other personal property.
Admiristrrx, Estate o Wills Ben
Field Day at Paxville Aprl2nd.
school, which group includes Paxville.
Pinewo~od. Big Brach, Home Branch,
schools, will be. held at Paxvile Fri
Foay. Apri 2d ebeginning at 11 o'clok
A TERRIBLE. MI~
.too much for
'vite you to s
Goods, we ar<
you good val:
and the pron1
FI RST-C LASS
I Dr. Frierson will be glad to
the night. 'Phone Central
livered promptly. We app
us a Call.
THE SAFE PRESCR
of Dresses at D
We are offering foi
entire Line of Ladies'
These are fashior
created by America's
in all the leading shad<
tie Green,; Battleship
A $25 Dress for
$10; a $15 Dress for $
If you desire to se
at the same time savy
man at your earliest<
Owing to the im
thee goods, terms of
y, or are
5 to $18,
s in Percales,
ie latest shapes
e latest Styles
1st-Boys or girls under 12.
2od-Boys or girls between 12 and 15.
3rd-Boys or girls between 15-and18.
Spelling Contest--Open to all pupils.
100 yds dash for boys.
100 yds dash for girls.
Rnnin high jump
* ning broad jump.
Delivery of prizes for each of the ten
above nme contess
tween the Paxville and Pinewood
Alh 1rincipals are asked to send their
p axville Grae Se ol on or e
fore March 30th. They are also asked
itemember the date April 2nd, and
patrons, puis Noand frends of the
Don't forget your lunch.
a mistake by paying
your Drugs. We in.
se us or 'Phone. By
CASH for all of our
in position to give
os for your monely,
pt service that you'
serve you at any hour of
Hotel. All packages de
reciate your business. Give
'S RUG STORE,
r a few days only, our
Silk Dresses at
i's latest dictates, as
as. Putty, Sand Bot.
$12.50; $20 one for
:cure the latest, and
a money. visit Hirsch
mense reductions on
ale are strictly cash