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45-inch Voile and Crel
$1.00 to $1.25, at 8
Large lot Crepe Voil
very low i
Ebe iraINIng Eimes
Publishes Ali County and Town 0
"ANNING, S. C., JUNE 2, 1915
Horses,. Cattle and Hogs.
Panacea makes hens lay
and poultry healthy.
Instant Louse Killer kills
lice, fleas and ticks.
Give it a fair trial accord
ing to directions and if not
satisfactory your money re
"Everything Good to Eat."
The primary will be held July 13.
The flour mill will begin to humi
about two ; eeks.
Tbe anti-tipping law went into effec
yesterday, June 1.
Be sure to enroll on the nearest ciu
to you if you wish to vote.
- Mrs. Herman Bradham is visitin
her parentas in Martinsville, Va.
The college boys and girls are bx
ginning to come home for their vaci
Mrs. Morris Ness has retui-ned hon
after a pleasant visit to her parents
Hughey Tindal, a son of Mr. E. I
Tindal of the Fork, is a graduate of tb
Citadel this year.
Mrs. Abe Levi left yesterday afte
noon for the North, where she wi
spend the summer,
Miss Carrie Lou Connor, who taugi
,nthe Manning school last year, is vi
iting friends in town
-Charles W. Sprott, son of Mr. Jo
eph Sproot of Manning is ag~radua1
of Wofford this yea?. .
Died last Sunday morning Rosa Loi
ise, the two weeks old infant of M
and Mrs. W. T. Snyder.
Miss Cora Sprott of Foreston, has a
cepted a position at Spartanburg at
left for that ctty last week:
The Georgia peach crop is beginnir
to move, and they .are arrangingr
sbi p 5,000 cars this season.
-Mr. G. M. Smith was able to rit
down street Saturday, but it will I
quite awhile before he is able to wal'
The Women's Missionary Socie
will hold its monthly toeeting Frid:
next, 4th of June at 5:30 o'clock, Met
Dr. William Barron of Columbia
visiting his brother Mr. A. I. Barro
Dr. Barron is just recovering from
Messrs. C. W. Wells of Manning a:
Charlie Broadway of Paxvill e.are
Charleston this week as Jurors in tl
United States court.
Capt. W. H. Andrews, for fiftei
years connected with the Atlant
Coast Lumber Co., at Georgetown b
severed his relations with that concer
During a wind storm last Saturd;
afternoon, the home of Mr. J T. Bro
don, who lives about eight mniles we
of Manning was damaged by a falilii
To be married to-morrow at ti
borne of the bride's brother, Mr. Ja.
Harvin at Harvins. .Miss Anna Harv
and Mr. James Carlisle Bradham
Through the efforts of;Congressm
Ragsdale, the mail service on the Ak
lu railroad between Olanta and Alcol
has been established, and goes it
effect on June 14th.
Read every word of The New Ide:
Removal and Clean-up Sale ad. im tI
issue. They are going to reduce th4
stock to save moving, and to do th
prices have been cut very low. TI
concern will occupy the Nettles stc
after July first, and they want to op
their new store with a bran new stoc
Come and get your pick from this ent
rish to thank i
cyclone. We s'
order to mov(
>e Embroidery Flouncing, Valui
9 and 48c.
and Swiss, 45-inch Embroider,
ill say in con(
n order to ma'
Died last Wednesday at the home,
his son at Winsboro, Capt. R. H. Je
nings. for twelve years State Treasu
er. The deceased was tne grand-fath
& of Mrs. S. I. Till, of Sumter.
Died last Friday at his home
e Charleston, Mr. Stephen Thomas, tl
well known jeweler, aged about
years. The deceased was a brother
Mrs. Amanda Harvin, formerly-of Ma
Governor Manning has appointed tI
following commissioners in the pro po
ed annexation of the Pinewood secti(
of Clarendon to Sumter: N. L. Broug
ton, R. C. Richardson, Jr., Paul I
Hodge and George Tindal.
The regular monthly meeting of ti
W. C. T. U. will be held Monday afte
noon, June 7th, at 5 o'clock, at ti
home of Mrs. McElveen. All the me
bers are earnestly requested to. be vre
ent, and visitors will be cordially we
Mr. Max. M. KrasnotT left, Sundt
for New York. Mr. -Krasnoff is ti
senior member of the New idea C<
and is always on the lookout for thin;
that interest bis customers in (lare
don. He will remain on the New Yoi
market until fall.
Died at his home near Panola la
Friday, Mr. Thos. W. Brailsford, a!
was buried in the 2ianninit cemeter
Saturday morning. The deceased w
a Confederate veteran and highly r
spected citizen. He was aa uncle
Nessrs. T. M. and P. B. Mouzon
The Ciarendon County Rural Lette
Carrier Associa tion held a mleeting i
the court house Monday, and electe
officers for the ensuing year as follow
.L. T. Fischer, president; A. G. Chews
ing, vice president: J1. M. TurbaviI
secretary and treasurer. The delegat<
to the State conveution to be held
n Florence in July were: L. T. Fische
A G. Chewning,
Summerton experienced a serioi
fire yesterday morning about. 3 o'cloc
when fire was discovered in the 01
b garage building, and soon spread
t. store building owned by Mr
Belser, and occupied by E. P. Thoma:
as a pool room, from this building 1
the store of Mrs. Rogan, residence <
H. L. Brunson, and barber shop<
Ragin andHunt, totally destroying ti
five buildings.Consid~erable damage wt
done the walls of the Cldon Hardwar
and the brick store of Mrs. Belse
ecaused by heat. All the plate glassi
t the doors and windows of the Summe
ton Mercantile Co., H. P. Troy, 0. 1
Keels, H. C Chewning, J. F. Wa:
Summerton Hardware Co., A. Nimme(
e and Davis and Barnes was more<
eless damaged so badly that it w ill I
necessary to put in new glass at a
.these places It is not known what tlI
1 loss is or the amount of insurance ca
tNuway Tobacco Curing.
Every tobacco grower knows ttl
amount of worry labor and expensei
Scuring tobacco the old way, the dange
of heat running down and spoiling
barn of tobtcco, also the many slee
lesehour teningwood tires.
Th ordSoeCompany are th
1originators of the "Nuway" Tobacc
7.Curing, this new pr-ocess does awz
with the flues entirely. In their plac
is used a heavy sheet-metal, oil-bouri
Sing stove with asbestas heat defie<
d tor. placing the stove in the. center<
the bar-n. The oil burner to the stor
is made of heavy cast iron is very slin
pie in ecastruction, having no wick
yet it is not a gas burner out buros i
low grade retined kerosene oil thus~ d,
ing away with danger of explosions.
LeThe supply tank is placed oumtside ti:
e uilding and the oil is fed to the stos
e through quarter-inch pipe. The valv
'. for controlling the flow of oi is place
next to the :ank~ and should be niace
y near a window with at glass so to
y thermometor can be watched and stos
The smoke pipe from this stove
carried at least four feet above ti
is highest point of the building-. aod
2. fully pr-otected by wit-e srcen. The'
aJ is alsoan overilow pipe from the bur;
er, which is constructed outside of ti
building. thus taking care of the ore
,flow of oil should tie operator turn
Smorec oil than the burne-r can consumt
The Tobacco Stocve is so simnUle
econstruction that any boy or gii et
operate it without any trouble. Ti
stov-v will bur1n neatriy as low ats anf (1
ndinary lkeruo-ne ihany and w U al:
tfurnish' at least 80 or 100 degras
n. TIhe equipment consists of Stor
Smoke-pipe and Screen. Oil-pipe-. ''Tar
Lvj and Valve for rguiating stove. Th
a stove cun be installed in neatry anyt
baceo barn, it is best to have a bii
ior cement floor. or- a brick or ceme>
foundation undr- the store. Tne sm
is guaranteed to ire satisfaction.
is now be ing demn:riatedi daily at ti
farm of Mr. A. C. Davi-i.
Th Piowden liardware Co., of M1a
1nng, are now sehmg' theste.
Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Mir. .J<
Public worshi p. 11:00 a. in., au-I 8:
top. m. conducted by the pastor.
Epworth League, .5:30 p. in.
.Prayermeeting, Thur-sday 5:30 p. I
-TRINITY:-Sunday school eve
Sudyat 4:00 p. m.M~r. A. NI. Whi
supein~eden. Pulieworsh ip
the :l and 4th Sunday~s at .5:00 p.
re condue .d by the pastor.
e Tepublic is cor-diaily incited to
>.G. P. WATSON.
;he people of Mar
bill have a great i
) these goods qu
a Flouncing, valus 50c. to 60c. ai
1 Bale of 36-inch Sea Island HomeE
heavy goods, about 9c. grade, I
lusion, that we
ke this Sale attrE
Meeting of Executive Committee. DE
- The County Executive Committee
met in the grand jury room Friday,
er and decided to hold the primary elec
tion. Tuesday, July 13th, for the pur- A
in pose of illing the vacancy in the State cra
Sentate, caused by the death of the day
e late Senator Louis Appelt. enr
of1 Three campaign meetings were ord- prii
ered, beginning at New Zion on July sha
1st; Summerton on 2nd: and ending at 1914
Manning on July 3rd. It was resolved of.'
that any community desiring to have 7
e the candidates speak could invite them nea
I to do so at such time as they desire. ted
The time for filing pledges expires the
at 12 o'clock en June 30th, and the1 be
assessment was fixed at $50.00 for each clu
The books of enrollment were order- var
e ed to be opened during the.month of of t
r June. In another portion of this paper mit
e will be found a notice to this effect. met
s I G. .
I Four Days Institute. and
For members of the Demonstsation at s
Clubs of Clarendon to be held at Sar- F
dinia, June 8th, 9th, 10th. and 11th, J. r
e noted workers. Mis Edith L. Parrott, gorr
State Agent: Home Demonstration opei
Work. Mrs Dora Dee Waiker, Assist-!
aut State Agent, Home Demonstration tee,
Work. Miss Huffington. Domestic Wh
I Science Teacher, Wintzhrop Coilege. opei
MIr. C. C. Cleveland, Pouftry Club J<
5t Worker, Wintbrop College. Mr. P. .
d Frank Hare, Poultry Club Worker, and
Clemson College. stor
s! We expect to have demonstrations in D;
home nursing, bread making,. drafting mit
: of natterns, laundry work. Those wiU! Gra
Sbe'Tuesday and Wednesday. Thurs- bea
day will de given up to C'anninLg in D
Glass and .Tin. Friday morning to comn
rPouitry Club Work, and Friday after- R- J
0noon to Corn Club Work. be
dThese mneetings are to held under .Si
the auspices of the Home Demnonstra- m fitt
tion Club of Sardinia and begin at 10:30 Day
Ieach miorning. . bec
S .They are arranging to serve iunch war
tat the school house each day and to en- M
rtertain the Canning and Bread Ciub tee.
tnembers during the Insntitute. They anna
also authorized us to say that those in- Othe
13 terested in the Demonstration Work Ci
Iare invited to attend. mitt
We expect to have noted men to M.
0make addresses each night. bool
-Tuesday-.\r. WV. WV. Long. State liar
Agent Demonstration Work.
0Wednesdav-Mr. Lever. * Enr
Thursdav-Coh E.h J. Watson. ham
Friday-~Mr. Hare, with his lantern' Fur:
eand slides of the Poultry Club Work. offic
s Should any of these men fail us we F
e will supply their places with other' tee,
good men. Hay
Katherine M. Richatrdson. Agent at st
SClarenudon County Home Demonstra. F<
tion Work. -com
C. A. McFaddin, County Demonsr J-.
tion Agent. - . E
II A Tribute- mitt
eDied at his home "Blisswood" on the C.
'- morning of the 28th inst. Mr. Theo. booli
dore W. Brailsford in the 81st year of! Pi
his age. This was a greien old age, tee,
cheerful, industrious and in the finest Grit3
health to within a few hours of his loPei
e death which was caused by heart fail- I
ure. 'rhe subject of this sketeh was a~ tee,
rsplendid soldier, he went to the front Bar
a in the ranks of the Matnnn GuardsOCEn
Sand in their first ha. -ismal of lire July I,
21st 1861, at Manassats, he fell severely A-'
e wonded in the Henry houseyfard. anu
ThIs was the very focus of the ba'ie. Let
Sfor rit here cur iirst line of baittle
e wasd for' ncd consisting ei . h- t'o ot (tee,
. Jacks-':, Le.e Bartow 'n the H~nl- Day
- on 02io. The~ eney'ts nirst 'ineG
Sondniten thousm.und reguar undr
e \ .-r ~ ti iov es '.o m'i' e :: t i llie )"
eiadla'sple.'did sued " Da ve
houschilideaving' our w'unded whr Gr"
Fthev fe-il Captain a
e this. -' nId'' po-ition and p~ aced i DeU
bate byv of " re:iars consimting (it olicers ,
a in p t a.. mnd oene L'n'us the maost
d diastoutr f' liat u ". iKershaw" and
e was. ca1 rd m at"k .:, triet. h r
r's' 6.ter vi n sipport the Iiring lifm
e it' ct.s b'sery and~' 'iare o his to
S takE Ii :. ton 1- 'th ' h .-d of 'h c Sae
-- te bmer an e ive n t'ivo y at
n under. ,-oer Of a fen:ce' wheret he had.
f water.t In onet of Richmond'. glor ious
homes wa r'estored to enabjle him to ,A:
, reac hbis home. A ftr recovering h- a'iu
k joined CapItaiU Sk inner's c'al vary Com- i of L
~mana, was agamn wour.ded atBu::gesses S.
m Iil 1 l. whe hii big.ade ge'nerai Duno- it
vat wfl "'s k:iled, with the aSSistaneC of i Fa d
two ttt? toord'' he laid him aers i~S ;j)QI
e hors andlbrought the body oa out the I -
wood- C t be amb'ula'nce. T'o few it is . i 0
L gie -' li ce a iifet of such amiality |hby
1 ''h-:es andl brot herly kindines, o
) Ilove :t an regretted by all. Tihough a eCII
r eatt c and of the same name. i wit. resi
nesse. hIs heroism onl the battlelielg the
and t.: to roud to bear testimony to it. thir
3). WV. Bi'ailsford. shal
0Life Without Lace. in P
"Oecan't help thinking what a nai
colorless life a man is forced to lead, i
. when one reflects thot chiffon and sha
y Venetion point and hand embroidery nat
te and !rish crochet are to him mere can
n empty worsis. Whereas a woman, by
a- whether she is interested in babies, or witi
microbes, or husbands, or poetry, or ha"
lPlato, or' bridge, is fundamentally and
always interested In clothes.-From r
nDAd-ng Legs, byo ean Wehatav_ a
mning and Cla
nany goods s
tick, we are
ad 75c., at 25 and39c. 5
;pun, a very ine yarn,
are getting ir
:MOcRATIC PRIMARY EiEC
t a meeting of the County Demo
tic Executive Committe held this
it was resolved that the books of
ollment for voting in the special
nary election, to be held in July,
il be open from the first day of June,
5, to and including the thirtieth day
'he voter must enroll in the club
,:est his place of residence, calcula
by the nearest practical route, and
territory included by this test shall
onsidered the club district of such
he following are the na mes of the
ious clubs, together with the name
be Secretary and enrollment com
ee and the place where the enroll
it books of each club are to be open:
Icolu Club-Enrollment committee,
kLHodge, secretary; J. S. D.csson.
D. W. Barwick; books to be open
tore of J. S. Dickson.
,rk Cinb-Enrollaenk eomminee;
>. MeFaddin. secretary; T. M. Mont
iery and E. D. Hodge; books to be
2 at home of J. D. McFaddin. -
armony Club-Enrollment commit- t
R. D. White, secretary; A. G.
ite and B. F,. Odom; books to be
2 at home of R. D. White.
>rdan Club-Enrollment committee,
1. Mitchum, secretary; M. J. Dayis
Joseph Sprott, Jr.; books open at
e of B. B. Thompson. I
ivis Station Club-Enrollment com- s
ee, Plumer Clark, secretary; J. C.
ba-n and John H. Hilton; books to j
pen at drug store of P. B. Thames.i
ivs Cross Roads Club-En'rollmentr
mittee, J. E. Rowe. secretary; Johnt
)ingle and Jeff M. Davis; books to
pen at store of C A. Harvin-.
immerton Club-Enrollment com
e, J. A. James, secretary; C. M.''
is and W. H. Anderson; books to e
'pen at store of Summertoa Hard- -t
aning Club--Enrollment commit- a
E. J. Browne, secretary; Joseph s
C. R. Sprott; books to be open at :
e of superintendent of education. f
arendon Club-Enrollment com- d
ee, C. A. Mc~adldin, secretary; W.|
'howden and J. Iugram Wilson: p
rs to be open at store of PlowdenC
ware Co. il
annng Farmers' Platform Clno-1
llent conimittee, J. M. Wind- c
.secretary; E. B. Gamble and J- a
mn Bradham; books to be open at
e of Judge of'Probate. b
iraston Club-Ecrollment commit- l
Jf. F. Dickson, secretary; S. H. f~
sworth and E. M. Fulton; books I
are of E. M. Fulton. a
reston Reform Club-Enrollment d
mi:tee, G. A. Holladay, secretary; o
SRichbnure and J. Columbus a
sor; books to be open at oflic-e of t<
oonvillc Club-Enrollment com
e, E. A. Mitchum, secretary; W-. s<
Vhite and A. W. Scarborough; F
:s open at store of F. C. Thomas. a
newood Club-Enrollment commit
A. P. T'omer, secretary; .1. R. 1
in and S. G. Griftn; books to be S
at S. .G. Griflin's store.- a
xvillem Ciub-Eurllment commit- a
E. ii. Bradham, secretary; L. H. f
,vik and T. P. Brown; books to be
ar. store of L. S. Barwick. ea
lver Cub-Enrollment committee,
'Eelder, secretary; W. P. Naptier
H. Cain: books open at store of Sil- g
Serantile Co. s1
ola Club-Enrollment commit- 5
D. . Holladay, secretary; W. R. I,
s nd Hugh Delser; books to bel h
at stolre of C. W. Brown.I
-Swamp Ciub-Enrollmneri .-om
,. J. D). Mitchum, secretary: I N.
.s nd L .\. Alsbesk; boots. to0
at itiome of J. D.. Mitcbumi.
l~:s Cub,-Euronment co'rnit
W. JT. Turbevile, secretary: D). L.
o and J1. 1). Turbet-ille; books to h
nat the store of Turbevil e &.
o. Club-Enrollment committee,D
Mellette, secretary; H. W. Cole d
V. i. Castine; books to be opran at
of J. F. Colec&Sons- IF
btiirs Mill Club-Enrollment com-n.
se. . M. Mellette. secretary: L.
Ui)->ns andi F. N. Thomas: b00ks
open at bome of M. H1. Melletite.
r6:nia Club-Enrollment commiv
[1 H Garland. secretary; R E Mc- a
in and W .J Mllisap: books to be
a' s tr f J. B. G..:irland.
-ZnCltub- Enr*ollmet counni ir
' M Gibbons, secretary: W C
:dLtn and J W Dulose: books 'penm
imc of Gibbons.
id'way Club-Enrollment cow mit
SW Ba.r raw, secretary; H M Mc
e and J H Morris;, books to b
:at home of C W Barrow. b
tikale Club-Enrollment commit
E F' Epps, secrctai~y; A C Du Bo.se
J J1 Epps; bootks to be open at home t
ndy Grove Club-Enrollment comn- I
e.~J E H-am. secretary: WX D .\c-1
Sn and T L Co:<er; books t be
1 at hmie of .1 M iam. i .
0e ibOoks of enirolleut shl be ja
td by thte secretary of each c lub or
nrolment committee, on .JuA. 1t.
erson ,ball enroll in any club. e
.u the club districmt in which lhe'
:s: the 30th day oif J ue shali ne
lst day of enrollment. and w Lia n
e days thereaftee each Secretary
transmit to the county chairman
original enrollmneni book.
ach applicant for enrollment shall
erson write upon the club roll his
te, and immediately thereaf:.er his
,occplationl and plost ile address:
te name he il e:.ible the secretar~
.1 write the naime beneath the sig
re of tie aplicant. If the ap~pli
is unatble to write he may do sa
naking his mark which shall be
essed by the secreta' y or person
g the custody of the books.
will not be necessary for plersous
Senrolled in the summer of 1914 ti
noll, unless such persons have
nged1 their place onf residlene and
selling them a1
000 worth Shoes, absolutely u
Boxes are in bad shape. These
about manufacturer's cost.
i new goods ev
are now living in a different Club Dis
trict from the one in which they were
living in 1914. The secretary and other
members of the Enroliment Committee.
before allowing an applicant to enroll
should inspect the enrollment book
and ascertain whether or not such ap
plicant has already registered, in
which event enrollment shall be re
S. OLIVER O'BRYAN,
J. M. WINDHAM,
Manning, S. C., May 28, 1915.
[AM A CANDIDATE FOR THE SENATE,
subject to approacning Primary.
[HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN.
didate for State Senator, subject to the rules
>f the Democratic Primary.
J. W. WIDEMAN.
The final exercises of the Summer
on Graded School was held here last
"riday evening at 8:15. The exercises
vere held.in the school auditorium and
.ttended by about 500 people. The ex
reises began with a prayer by Rev.
J. W. Gordan. then the address of r
relcome was delivered by Mr. Henry
elder, one of ibe graduates of this ses
ion, and as previously stated the liter- r
,ry address was delivered by the. Hon. r
t. A. Cooper. his subject being "an a
deal school," and he begged the pat
ons of this school to co-operate with
be teachers and trustees. and try tor
aake this the best school in this coun- I
y. many who heard Mr. Cooper, said
uIs address was a most excellent one.
The baccalearate sermon was preach
d by the Rt. Dev. H. C. Mazyck, at
he Methodist church.
There was seven graduates this year~
s follows: Misses Vivian Eadon. Flos-1
ie Martin, and Valena McKnight,
iessrs Earnest Walker, Preston Brails
rd, Lonnie Carrigan and Henry Fe!- f
Thbe corps of teachers was re-elected a
rith the exception of Miss Waunetta
lordon, who declined to teach any
2nger, her resignation will be regret
ad by the patrons and pupils, Miss
iordon is a most excellent young lady,
nd a very competent teacher.
Miss Emmala F. Capers, who has
een-away in Tennesee, teachini! in a
'oman's college, has returned home E
yr the holidays. Miss Capers has ac
epted the position in the college for
nother year. Summerton should in
eed feel proud of the fact, that not
nly the school here are supplied by
ble and competent teachers of this
>Wn but are senditrg teachers to oth
The closing~ exercises of the Panola
hoo], at Panola, will be held nextj
riday, this school has been under the
ble management the past 'session of
[iss Willie Hoke, as principal, of Fort
[ills, and Miss Ellen Reece, of Tatum
tation, assistant. These young ladies
re said to be most excellent teachers,
ad your correspondent has been in
irmed that it isi the desire of the Trus
les and patrons to have these teach
's return for the coming session.
During a heavy rain fall, thunder and
ind storm Saturday afternoon, a ne
ro was killed in the Hodges Corner
tion, west of this place by a tree be
?blown down on the house, and an
her negroi seius if not fatally
John Weathers, colored, who lives
a Nlr. J. D. Sports plantation died
tzrly Sunday mo'rning from bemrages
the brain, from reports it seems
tat he had met one of his friends at a,
itch and was standing up talking;
hen all at once he began falling, and
is head struck the bottom of the ditch
id was thought that he had broken
is neck hut after an examination by
r. Broadway, it was found he had
ed from the above named cause.
Mrs. W. C Hane and children of
ort Motte, ana M rs. L. B. Martin of
axton, N. C., is spending some time
ich their parents, Me-. and Mrs. J. E.
Mr. Geor'e Dukes, who lives a few
ilesfrom e, is said to be quite ill,
2d not expected to linger much longer~ -
Mrs. C. 13. Davis and children, spett
veral days last week with relatives1
Miss Claudia Jordan of Winsboro.
uch to the delight of one of outr young
iorts, is spiending some time withi Mr's
Mrls. HI. C. M:tzyck, wife ofthe Fpis
mpal Minister'. is on an e'xtended visit
friends an.l rel2atives in Louisviiie,
Mir. John R. Dingle. is receitv rn tet
r's and messages from all s'rt'o::s of
'e county to ent.r the rice for the
tate Senate. Mr. Ding& i a ' -mr
nid has seen four' y.':r< t~e.-e :n r i e
flUseh o r'epren: .i:--' .Ld d -b e-:
':1,d rzake a ere'l:n Lrt :
Th'e latest phen~f n'. -: . n i th s
e thin in t s..p o:- a -..a d,
Well as it stil e',:tinues t-> rain it is
eed less to say there is any rass in
1e country. for I feel sure it wo~uldl be
angerous for a man t') drive a bunch
fcattle along the road unle;s le had
strong rope ar'ound their neck, or' a
tighty cood muzzie on them or some
itrmetr would be sueing for damasres.
:ow about it o!d boy? NUB
Museum Many Centuries Old.
Japan has maintained Intact through
dl the country's many changes a mu
teum of decorative art established &
ke year 758.1
r for the splend
ad that must g(
almost your c
ntouched by water.W
goods are marked at
ery day, and a:
Miss Margie Epperson is on a visit to
'riends at Florence. r
Mr, and Mrs. Sam Griffin left Satur- a
lay for a ten days stay at Goldsboro, a
Miss Mena.Stack of Sumter is visit- E
ing relatives in town. L
Mr. Dudley Rodgers, who has been E
;pending some time here with Mr. ti
rheron Stack, has returned to his
2ome at Lake City.
Miss Ida Griffin is at Savannah visit
ng her brother. Mr. C. D. Griffin. .
Mrs. McClellan and children of Mo- cx
iseilanville are on a visit to the form- St
,rs mother, Mrs. Whilden. ai
Misses Fair Graham and Letitia .
stack are at Eloree in atteadance upon v1
he Sumter district missionary meeting in
Miss Fanny Lide. after a weeks stay .
vith relatives in and near town, has Is
eturned to Darlington.
Messrs Jno and Eugene Huggins St
.fter spending two weeks in town with B
heir mother, Mrs. M. E Huggins,
tave gone back out west to assume in
heir duties as travelling salesman.
Miss Douglas Geddings of. Columbia wl
pent a few days in and near town re.1 th
ently with relatives. at
Mrs. P. B. Lawrence is visiting rela
ives at Darlington. et
Mrs. A. P. Toomer and daughter are la
t Campobello spending some time with -
Mrs. 0. D. Harvin returned home
'riday after after a weeks stay with
elatives at Branchvilie.
We have been getting quite a lot of
ain the past few days. On Saturday
fiernoon the rain fell heavilp here for
everal hours, and about a mile east of co
'inewood on the old Lide place the
tin was accompanied by a strong wind B3
aat blew a large oak tree across am
mnant house, smashing it up and
illing the occupants, who were two t
egro men. There was no damage
ere more than that to cro gr
Natural Deduction. ca
"Mamma," queried small edna the
rat time she saw a mplticolored par
nt, "was that chicken hatched from --
D. Easter enar?"
In the Gym. w
"So YOU have a gymnasium in your
ew house?" *wes," replied Dustin
tax. "I spend an hour or two there frc
very. day. I have swung up a ham
iock, and It's a nice place to take a I
ap in."-Washington Star.
In every State
in the UnitE
ALSO IN CANADA, MEXI4
Indeed it is well termei
Drink of (
IMake no mis
,,REMEMBER THE FREE
) to make rooi
wn price. .W
iave a big lot of. Children's Dre
lerwear, that we are offering at
re marking tl
Cards are out announcing the mar
age of Miss Mary Watson of Conwa2
3d Mr. Earle McFaddin of Sardinia
the home of the former June 9th.
On the 8th, in Saluda Miss Grac(
therige will be married~ to Mr. 3
ynwood Gamble of Sardinia. Misi
theridge taught the Workman school
[e past session.
Miss Maitha M. Benson of Sumter ii
siting Miss Edith MoFaddin.
Much corn is being ground at Mr,
B. Brogdon's new mill and sold Mi
mmercial meal and grits to the
Dres in this section and in Sumter
MisslEdith McFaddin who has beev
siting her sister Mrs. R. A. Burgess
Sumter has returned home.
Miss Minnie Sue Sauls of Manning
visiting Miss Lillian Brogdon.
Masters Eddie and Darby White -ol
mter are visiting Mr. Sam John
Mrs. Jake Harvin of Sumter is visit
g her brother Mr. Moses E. Harvin.
Miss Zola May Britton of Sumter,
iere she is atteniAng school spent
e week end vith her parents Mr.
d Mrs. N. W. B.ritton.
on. and Mrs. E.- C. Dickson and
ildren spent several days in Manning
;t woek with relatives.
3OLLEGE OF CHARLESTON
South Carolina's Oldest College.
131st Year Begins October 1.
Entrance examinations at all the
tnty seats on Friday, July 2, at 9 a.m.
Eull four year cobrses lead to tbe A.
acnd B. S. degrees. A two-year pre
idical course is given.
A free tuition scholarship is assigned
each county of she State.
spacious buildings and athletic
munds, well ebuipped laboratories,
excelled library facilities.
Bxpenses moderate. For terms and
aHg ARRISON RANDOLPH.
inder Twine for tieing oats and
eat. W. P. Legg.
ix dozen pretty Buggy Lap Dusters
mn 50c. to $1. 25, each. W. P. Legg.
r.King's N~ew Life Pills
SThe best in the world.
~, City, Town
d States Yoi
30, CUBA AND OTHER
SIS SOLD IN TU
i "The Nations's Most [
HERE iC.* IN!I
rbonated and Perfectly
~uaity, Distinctly All I
mitated, but Never Equ
Call for it by Name.
take---Look for Trade-Mb
Cap of the Bottle---No
TRIP TO THE GOLDE
ANS UNTIL JULY 3rd.
n for new
e have a
sses and Muslin Un
On Tuesday, June 8th, a Sunday
school convention will be held in the
Methodist church at this place. See
retary Owen, Miss Kilpatrick and
other noted Sunday school workers will
attend. It has been arranged to have.
anjall-day affair and the public Is in
vited to attend with well filled baskets.
Mrs. L. 0. Holloway of Lake~City is
visiting her sister Mrs. W. H. Woods.
Miss Octavia Morris, who has been
attending Lander college, is at home
for the summer.
Mrs. W. H. Woods has returned from
a weeks visit In Lake City.
Mr. Jake Iseman and Miss Brown of
Manning were the guest of Miss Itasca
M-. D. M. Turbeville went to Colum
bia on bustness Saturday.
Miss Lula May, after a visit to her
sister, Mrs. C. W. Dennis, has returned -
to her home at Smoaks.
Mrs. Will Askins of Lake City is
visiting Mrs. W. H. Woods.
State of South Carolina
COUNTY OF CLARENDON,
BY J. M. WINDHAM, PROBATE
WHEREAS, Hessie Anil Benbow -
made suit to me, to grant her Letters -
of Administration of the Estate and
effects of Edith Capers.
THESE ARE THEREFORE, to cite
and admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of the said
Edith Capers deceased, that they be
and appear before me, in the Court of
Probate, to be held at Manning on the
18th day of June next, after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fo'renoon, to
show cause, if any they have, why the
said Administration should not be
Given und'er my hand this, 1st, day
of June A. D. 1915.
SEAL.] JAMES M. WINDHAM.
Judge of Probate.
- Laconic Advice.
When tticus once discovered a
treasure of gold while digging under
a house he sent news of his discovery'
to the emperor, Nerva, from whom he
received the laconic reply: "Use it."
And when in his diffdence he protest
ed that It was too large a sum for -his
own personal use, the emperor re
spondod: "Then abuse it."
1 Can Get
IE GREAT CITY
hopular Soft Drink."
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