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Pubilshes All County and Town Of.
N-ANNING, S. C., JUNE 16, 1915
Horses, Cattle and Hogs.
Panacea makes hens lay
and poultry -healthy.
Instant Louse Killer kills 1
lice, fleas and ticks.
Give it a fair trial accord
ing to directions and if.not
satisfactory your money re
"Everything Good to Eat."
Politics are warming up, and we look
* for a lively campaign. -
Mr..Patrick Haley-of near Manning,
spent Friday in Columbia.
Mr. Jake Harvin' is at home from
college to spend the summer.
Get or, the warehouse band-wagon,
or your name is mud-politically.
Miss Beulahi 'ilson left this morn
in g for a visit to Pawley's Island.
The time for making town tax re
* turns expires on the 20th of this month
* The Civic League will meet Monday
afternoon, the 21th, at the court house.
Reurember, we still have a few of the
Club Roll Books left at- $1. per book
Mrs. Warshauer of Wilmington is
visiting her sisters Mesdames Abrams
Mr. L. S. Barwick and two of- his
children, of Paxville, are critically ill
with typhoid fever.
* There will be a revival mneeting in
the Baptist church here, commeneing
on the fourth of July.
The candidates offering for State
Senate b-tter get wise to the State
The people should send a taan to the
Senate that is in full accord with the
cotton. warehouse system.
Miss Valley Appelt has accepted a
a position in the Bank of Manning. and
commenced on her new duties yester
The warehouse syster:, as we always
thought, must be a great institution.
Watch how politicians grab at Mc
We have the correct names of all'
the voters of Clarendon county in their
re spective voting precincts, and post
Mrs. S. R Tobias came home List
Friday from Denver. Colorado. where
she has been visiting .her daughter,
N rs. Robert Duimage.
* Rev. G. W. Guy of the Pinewood
Baptist church is conducting this week
a revival meeting. Worship hours
11 a. m. and 8:30 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. David Siiverman and
Miss Pauline Goldstein of Kingstree
spent Sunday with their sisters Mrs.
A. A brams and Mrs. R Katzoff.
Mr. H. D. Clarli went to Columbia
and brought back his new Maxwell
touring car last Friday, bourbt through
Mr. E. C. Gross, the local agent.
We have received the first cotton
blossom of the season from Mr. J. M:
Richardson of Summerton, whbich is of
the Texaswood variety, and came out.
of a field of 56 acres.
Mr. C. Allen MeFaddin. while crank
in his automobile at Sardinia last
W'dnesday, had his arm broken. Mr.
McFaddin went to Sumter yesterday
for an X Ray examination.
~There will a protracted meeting at
Bethlehem church for one week, be
ginning on June 20th. Let everybody
come out and hear good preaching and
help in singing the thoughtful songs.
Mrs. Kate Hlarvin and daughtery
Miss Lulie left to-day for Saluda,
where they go to open their boarding
house for the summer. People going
to this resoi-t during the summer can
get accommodations by writing these
The Christian Endeavor Society o
he Presbyterian church will meet al
k30 p. m. on Sundays until furthez
The mschine.shops, with their entir(
:ontents, of D. W. Alderman & Son'!
3o. were destroyed by fire last Mondal
Aight about 10:30 o'clock. The fire is
upposed to have been caused from de
ective electric wires, and had gained
onsiderable headway when discovered
L'here was no insurance on the build
gs or contents, these being the only
anildinge on which no insurance is car.
ied and the loss is complete.
News was received here Monday that
he oldest son of Mr. Henry Mims,
rmerly of this county, but now of
3aluda, had died. This makes three
leautbs within a week in this strickeu
amily. The other two were drowned
ast Wednesday in the Saluda river.
In our last issue the advertisement
>f the Torrid Stove Co., we said the
6gents were The Manning Hardware
)o., when it should have read Plowden
ardware Co. We call special atten
ion to the ad. also, the correction of
he concern handling this great in
There will be a mass meeting at Jor
ian school house Friday night June
8th, for the purpose of organizing a
esley Bible Class. Refreshments
vill be served, let everybody come and
ring their folks and less spend a pleas
nDt evening. Everybody is invited, be
ure and come.
Last Thursday afternoon Miss
seddings 16 years old daughter of Mr.
Fessie Geddings of Paxville, while
tarting fire in tbe stove to cook sup
>er lost her life by being burned to
leath. Miss GeddingsIhad a two gal
on oil can in her hand and in. pouring
he oil in the stove, the can, exploded,
overing her with burning .oil and in a
econd she was burned so severely that
he died the following morning The
itchen was also burned down, but the
nain house being about forty feet
away was saved.
A very sad tragedy occured at Sa
uda, S. C., on Tuesday of last week,
vhen Harry and Evalina Mimis, aged
[7 and 15 respectively, were drowned
n Etheredge's Mill pond. They were
>it on the pond with three others
when the boat was over-turned, Harry
nd a friend rescued three of them,but
vhen he went back for his sister, it is
~upposed be became exhausted and
hey both drowned. Mr. and Mrs.
~enry M. Mims the parents, have our
eepest sympathy. This family moved
rom Clarendon four or five years ago,
dr. Mims s-a brother of Messrs Jos.
W. Mims of Paxville, and T Brooks
Eims of Pinewood. It is said that Ev
lina dreamed the nig ht before she was
lead and her pail bearers were girl
riends, and this dream was told just
efore she went out on the pond, after
e accident each girl that she had
~een in the -vision were requested to
Lt as - pall bearers which they did.
Both children were buried in -one large
grave We'dne -'lay afternoon at that
To The Men of Manznn.
Owing to the fact that any action
2ow of the Committee on Gambhng
ould be ascribed to political motives,
he committee will not be annoneed.
or begin their work until after the
yimary unless conditions render it
ecessary. The matter will then pro
eed along the lines previously indi.
Card of Thanks.
Charlotte N. C., June 7, 1915.
ditor The Manning Times:
Please allow us space in your worthy
paper to thank our friends and relatives
for the many. many kindnesses shown
as since the terrible disaster of May 7.
We shall always treasure the many
ffices performed for us, most lovingly
Mr and Mrs. G. M. Smith.
BIg Time at Pinewood.
Arrangements have begun to make
Monday. July 5 b to be iong remem
bred in this section by all. The Bap,
tist congregation under the leadershij
of Mr. C. B. Kolb, will arrange for
big barbecue and other details for the
day. Two games of base ball will be
staged, one in the morning and the
other in the afternoon. Senatoria
candidates will be invited to speal
here on this day. The Senatorial elec
tion to fill the vacancv caused by the
death of Senator Appelt will be bek4
on July 13th. W D E
Pinewood's Gala Day.
Pinewood, S. C., June 12, 1915.
Editor Manning Times:
Dear Mr. Editor:-On Monday, Jul:
5th, the people of Pinewood and the
country around intend to have a "Rei
Letter Day here. The announced can
didates for the State Senate have bee1
invited to come over and give ui
speeches. The ladies of the Baptis
church here will serve a barbacue dir
ner, and C. B. Kolb, of the Pinewood
baseball team, announces that the loca
boys will cross bats with some goo.
tem, both morning and afternoon. W<
want you to came over and celebrate
with us and the pleasure shall be ours
We wish to thank you for the free usi
of the columns in your most valuabli
iaper proclaiming this gigantic event
With best wishes to you, and wit:
hopes of seeing you on the 5th of ne x
month, I am
Yours very cordially,
A P. Tomer.
s at Your Ow
The marriage of Miss Isabel Aman
da Weeks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John W. Weeks of Pinewood, to Virgil
Kinder took place on last Thursday af
ternoon at 5 o'clock at the home of the
bride. The ceremony was performed
by the bride's pastor, the Rev. W. S.
Trimble of the Presbyterian church. - I
Only members of both families were
present and a few intimate friends wit
nessed the ceremony. Bride wore a
beautiful tailor made suit of battleship
grey, flesh color chiffon blouse, grey
bat trimmed in pink roses and acces
sories to match. Miss Virginia Nelson
a relative of the bride presided at the
piano during the afternoon.
Miss Weeks is not yet out of her
teens. is a beautiful young lady though. I
She is extraordinary quiet. Society S
here hates to loose her. but wish her a 9
happy life. Mr. Kinder is a young I
man in the hardware business at King- .
The happy couple left on the after- I
noon train for Wrightsville Beach
where they will spend their honey
Mr. and Mrs. Kinder will make their
home in Kingstree after June 15th. 4
Saluda, June 12.-Special; A mar
riage of much interest to a large num
ber of relatives and friends was sol- 3
emnized Wednesday afternoon at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr and
Mrs. J. W. Etheredge, of the Sardis
section, when Miss Grace Etheredge
became the bride of James Lynwood
Gamble, of Sardinia.
The old country home was decorated
for the occasion with Southern smilax
and daises. The ceremony took place ~
in the parlor, under an improvised al
tar of smilax, lighted with many can
dles. To the strains of Mendelssohn's ~
Wedding March, played by Miss Edith ~
Lindler, of Saluda, the bride entered 8
on the arm of the groom, followed by
the Rev. M. D. Padgett, grand-father
of the bride, who -performed the cere
mony. The bride wore a coat suit of
blue, with accesories to match. Mr.
and Mrs. Gamble left immediately by
automobile for their future home in I
The out-of-town guests present were: 1
Miss Vera Trotter, of Leesville: Misses a
Cleora and Edith Lindler, of Saluda; L v
H. Gamble, of Lynchburg; E. D. Ciay- t
er, of Sardinia; M. B. Gamble, of i
The bride is the oldest 'daughter of 8
Mr. and Mrs. 3. W. Etheredge and is I
a young woman of accomplishment. d
The groom is a prosperous young bus- f
iness man of Sardinia. a
A Correction by Mr. A. C. Davis. a
Davis Station, S 0., June 11, 1915. 1
Editor The Times:- C
It is amusing to me, anCd I cannot un
derstand how and when your corres- (
pondent at Harvin's gets all the infor- C
mation he seems loaded with about the t'
tobacco stove. I said nothing about bis b
other letter, but there is a limit, my
nmerous creditors will be calling on a
me and I won't be able to explain. Be
fore very long he will have me a mil- a
lionair and the money in the bank. tl
Now, here are the facts: I originated a
the idea for which the company, will
pay me. I have never applied for a
patent, none has been issued to- me and
am surprised at, your correspondent g,
making we statements. I have never
spokeni a word to aqy one about getting a
or framuing a patent, ou the stove nor
neither have I been offered one cent,
for the patent rigrhts
-Your correspondent, should be very fq
careful in making such statements for
it p'acss me in a very embarrassino
position with the Tob.a-co Stove Comn
pany. I would be very glad to know 1
who gave bim the information, be
very careful who he inter-views. What
is his or their object?
I thank him for his flattering words
it is all uews to me. t
A. C. DAVIS.
Events Among The Colored People.
The Rev. J. G. Robinson, who is d
travelling through Southb Carolsna.
preached in thbe A. M. E church here ti
last Monday night to a large audience. i
Rev. Robinson is acelebrated preacher '
of his race having pastored some of I
the leading churches in the North and fI
West. at present he is presiding elder
of the Clarendon district in Arkansas. I
On his itenerary through the State he I
delivered the annual sermon at the 1
Commencement of Allen Unoiyersity
and the degree of "Doctor of Divinity"
was couferred upon him by the facult~ys
and board of trustees of that school..1
He is a very strong candidate for Edi-|
tor of the Sun Christian Recorder at
Ithe A. M. E. General Conference,
which meets in Philadelphia next May, 1
Robinson is acknowledged as the great- I
est writer at present among the color
ed people. C
The summer school at the State ne- 1
gro college begins June 28th, and prep
artions for the enrollment of 1000
teachers is being made by president C
Wilkinson-one of the great features 1
will be the convening of the State I
Teac"' rs Atsociation and discussions
1of popular subjects by school principals 1
;from tihe various county seats. I. M. I
tA. Myer-s of the colored school at Man-'
-ning,~has been booked to deliver an
t address on the "James Fund and itsI
applications to negro schools" in theI
State College July 22nd.
To Drive Out Malaria
TheteAnd Build Up The System
TaSeteld Standard GROVE'S
TASTLESSchill TONIC. You know
what you are taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing it is
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form.
The Quinine drives ont malaria, the
Iron builds up the system. 50 cents
n Price. Clei
Demonst,.oA Institute MeetIng.
Harvin, S. C., June 15.-A joint four
lays meeting of all the Ladies' Rome
Demonstration Clubs, Boys' Corn Cubs,
sirls Tomato and Bread Cooking
lubs, and Boys' Poultry Clubs-of Clar
ndon county was held in Sardinia, S.
. 8th-11th, inclusive, under the aus
ices of the Federal County Agent C.
k. McFaddin, and Miss Katherine M.
licardson, of Manning; Miss Parrott
f the State Demonstration Depart
ent on Canning: Mrs. Walker, her
dsistant, Miss Huffington, of the Do
estic Scienee Department, and Hon.
.. L. Baker, State Demonstrator, and
dr. Cleveland, Poultry Demonstrator,
6ddressed the meeting successfully,
vhich was largely attended. The good
ieople of Sardinia, who are known far
.nd near for being the most hospitable
d were lavish in their liberal dis
ensation of courtesies and considera
ions, and it was the consensus of opin
Dn that no people "lived who were
sore genrous than these people of
lardinia. The Honorable A. F. Lever
ras to have addressed this meeting,
iut conficting dates, as arranged, pre
ented his attendance, much to the
isappointment of his thousands of
miring friends in this section of
Brief talks on progressive agriculture
ad kindred subjects were made to the
udience by the Hon. R E. McFaddin
ad Mr. Leon McFaddin, of Sardinia,
>llowed by an able expose of his work
y the Hon. L. L. Baker, of the Amer
:an Government Demonstration work.
Prominent among those attending
his meeting from Manning were Mrs.
linne Barnett, and her sister, Miss
une Loryea; Mrs. Judge John S.
7lson and son. Mr. Itly Wilson; Mr.
anes Barron and has brother Dr. Ned
larron, and Rev. Mc~ord.
It is said -that this was one of the
lost largely attended meetings of the
id ever hela in Clarendon county,
id it would he hard to estimate the ~
rest practical good that this work is
oing for the people, in so many ways
o numerous to mention. B3. H. H. '
[on. John R. Dinale, of Summnerton, e
rho was twice elected to represent the3
eople of Clarendon county -in the
tate Legislature by a very lattering a
ote has announced his candidacy for b
tie State Senate to till out the unex
ired term of the late Hon. Louis Ap- s
elt. Mr. Dingle is a native of Ciar
ndon and represents one of the oldest
uniies of the county. He is a farmer,
pendiag entirely upon this vocation 1
r his hivlihood. He won some years ~
o the prize for raising the most corn
one acre in this county. He is in"
e pritae of life, well educated and has
heart the best interests of the plain ~
ople whose interests will be weli
ared for at all times. g
Hon. C. A. McFaddin, -American a
iovernnent County Demonstrator for a
~larendon County had the misfortuce ,
break his right arm while cranking i
is car last week. t
Mr. and Mrs J. L. Gamble and Mr a
d Mrs. Earie McFaddin of Sardinia, ti
rho were married at the same hour on e
lie 9th inst., in Sal uda, S. C., and Be
une, b. LG, have returned to their re a
ective home in Sardinia where they I
will live in the future. d
Hon. J. I. Brogdon of Brogdon, one
f the niost popular and progressive Iu
irmers of Sumter county has been C
ominentlv mentioned as a most suit
le successor to the Hon. George W I '
ick reciently appointed, Postmaster ofb
umter. Mr. Brogdon's friends. every
here hope thbat he will enter the raice P
r tey nelieve he can be easily elet
ii. He is the embodiment of hono~r, si
urity aud integrity and could De couu
don a-, all times to do tue right tui.ngh
r his county. State and nation.
Mr. and Mrs. .James Carlise Bradham a
'ho have been spending their honey
ioon in Western North Carolina re- i~
urned home Saturday. C
Dr. H. C. Bruns formerly of Man
ing, but now of Georgetown. with his h
eautiful and most entertaining bride, st
rmerly Miss Effie Cannon of George- ir
own, passed through Harvin Satur- n
ay, after spending a delightful honey
on at the watering places in Wes- s
rn North Carolina. Dr.. Bruns while s
s this section made a host of friends
rho will rejoice to know of the success l
.e is attaining in his chosen pro- C
Miss Kitty Calbraith McFaddi of OgI
[arvin. is spending the week-end with
er friend, Miss Martha M. Benaon,
10 Broad Street, Somter.
Mrs Eurenia Spears Nettles of Ha:r- t
in is spending some days with her
ister, Mrs. Robert Alford Burgess, 111|
arvin Street Sumter. 0
Miss Maggie Keels of Rhems, S. C., n
rho spent the week-end with her s
nother, Mrs. A. M. Keels, has returned il
o Rhem's, she was accompanied by e
er friend Miss Marie Eady. of Rhemn e
Miss Zola Ma~y Britton, the charming It
laughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Brit-.
on is home for the vacation season t
Mr. Early R. Wadford, Mr. Same
3rogdon, Miss Lillian Eudora Brog-t
Ion. and jiiss Lula Keels are spend inli<
he summer vacation from school at
iome here. I
The oil and kindred repair house of
he plant of the D. W. Alderman &
ions Co., of Alcolu, was totally de- -
troyed by fire last night at 11 o'c'oek.
Lhe elicient fire department of this
)rogressive dirm saved the nearby
EIP L S Cued-no cutting
YOU know. Ca
Piles, Nerve, Bloc
nd women. 25 years' experience.
D emGenrdjt 50 Union N~ational Bank
an Goods at
1.00 to $3.00,
It has often been said that the dark
-st hour is just before day, and I think
,his spring has been one of the times
at it can be truly said that such was
;he case. Take two weeks ago when it
ad been raining almost four weeks,
rhen it really looked as though the
rass would ruin all the crops that was
ot ruined by water, and merchants
ardly knew where j.o make any furth
r advances to the tenants, and great
ears of losing the oat and wheat crops
But after all this uneasiness we have
ad two weeks of ideal weather and
crops are now in good condition, the
iat and wheat crop is harvested and
be outlook is now encouraging. Some
ave already threshed out their oats
nd wheat, and the best average wheat
crop heard of thus far was reported to
our correspondent by his good friend,
4r. T. H. Gentry, who according to
is sta.ment, made 'a little over 24
ashels of oraeas to the acre. This most
ikely will be above the average in this
ounty. fop if memory serves me cor- s
ectly, the average in this State last
'ear was about 16 bushels per acre.
When Commissioner Watson made
,n address here some time ago, and g
aid that be thanked God for the break
ag out of the European war, your cor- s
espondent at that time hardly agreed S
th him, but if it takes a war to put s
eople to raising four to five barrels of s
our to the acre, which at present t
rices means $40 to $50 to the acre,
nd then have the land for a corn or
ay crop. Let war go on a little longer.
Miss M. M. Villepontoux, of Ruther
rdton, N. C., returned home last Sat
urday morning, after spending several
eeks-with Mrs. T. H. Gentry. g
Miss Mary Blackwell of Hartsville, a
spending some time with Misses s1
aunetta and Willie Gordon.
Mr. Robert Cantey, of Florida, is
ending some time here with his F
oters, Messrs. M. S, Cantey.
Mr. C. M. Dayis, who has been quite t
rwell for the past ten days is much
proved at this writing.U
Mr. and M rs. F. W. .Truluck left
ere last week in Mr. Truluck's FordS
)uring car for Virginia. where theyS
zpect to .spend several weeks with
:s. Truluck's relatives. -
Mr. T. J Touchbierry, who has been o
tending'/ Fairman University, is at s
ome for the holhdays. Mr. Touchberry
preparingr to enter a theological
:ninary and become a Baptist, min- o~
tr, and has the best wishes of his si
Mr. and MIrs. E. J. Robinson will a
ave here next Monday morning for
anada, wher e they will spend several
eeks with relatives and friends.
Mr. John R. Dingle is spending this
'eek with relatives and friends in
The junior league base ball team
'om cGbe cross roada played the junior
:hool. boys here Saturday afternoon,
d was the winners of the game. and
'hen asked how the scores stood one of
ie cross road bbys said they doubled
ie school team here and had two
ores to spare, but never did say what
ie score was. Mr. Jeff Davis is the
iptain of the cross roads team.
Well. the fishermen have started out
ain. Messrs. C. C. Derrick and P. J.
Eolladay went to Loose'm Creek one
y last week, and as usually P. J.
ung a very large trout, but got mixed
p in a brush and broke his books.
ee want that awful?
It is reported that recently a certain
how was in Sumter ana when asked
a double-jointed German hater
here he was from he with a smile re
tied, from "Silver, South Carolina."
Mis Claud ie Jsrdon, who has been
)enUig some time with friends in this
w and community. returned ,to her
>ie at Winnsboro Tuesday morninZ.
Ldam rumor says she will soon ire
irn to make this her home. How
out it Claudie?
Miss Oliver of Greelyviile, is spepd
ig some time at the home of Mr. J.
The Sumnmerton base ball team left
re Monday for Bishopville for a
ries of three gawies and at this writ
g one game has been played, Sum
~rton winning the game.
The Sunday School people at Davis
~tion eleqted a bible class teacher
mnday afternoon to take the place of
iss Helen Malone, resigned. The fol
wing was voted for: Messrs. R. .W.
hewning. E. G. Stukes, R. J. Stukes.
id Miss Wilder Raflield. Mr. E. G.
tukes received largest number of
Your corresp)ondent has been handed
te following card with the request
iat it be published:
"We desire to thank the good people
this town and community for the
cany deeds of kindness and expres
ons of sympathy during the reent
lness of Mrs. Hilton. Yes, we appre
ite your libe raity more thuin words
t ever express." Sie w' d, J W- lii
n and Family.
(levelnd Huc~ggins. co>',red. was%
ied in the town curt Satu' a.y-vo
urrying concealed .9;etpons li-i sen-~
n-d to pay a Sine ol' $2.5 or sixty day
j the cha-n gang. Hie cook the dass
Mrs. H. A. RiJchbourg is spcendircg
bis week wi:hi fri.-n'is at i'scw l'e anud
sres Old Sorss, Other Remedics Won't Curs.
ie worst cases, no matter of how long standing,
.re cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr~.
'orter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
sin and Heals at the same time. 25c. 50c, $i.00
no pain, no danger, no detention
'estimonials furnished from people
[1 on or write me for particulars and
ng my advanced method of treating
d, Skin and special diseases of men
Consultation Free. DR. W. R.
1idin, olumbia S. C.
The closing exercises of the Davis
tation high school took place on Fri
Lay evening, beginning at 8:30. A
arge crowd was in attendance proba
fly the largest ever seen in this com
nunity and even standing room was at
The following program was rendered:
A little welcome address-Lewis
Welcome, "Pretty Primrose"
Song by the school.
DoU drill by girls of primary grade.
An interrupted recitation - Roy
Johnson Edna Johnson.
Brownie drill by -boys of primary
Make the woodland's ring - song by
the school. Q
A little school marm-Edith Stukes.
Flag drill-by boys and girls of in
Not guilty--recitation- by Frank
Boys may whistle but girls must
ig-song by the school.
Spartagus to the Gladlators-decla
aticn by Leslie Wells.
Farmer Stebbions at the bar-recita
ion by Atticus Richbourg.
Graduation exercises were now :in
ugurated and to the sound of a slow]
>ft march the two graduates and the
eakers of the evening entered the
;age. The essays and remainder of
ae progrom were as follows:
A need of my community-essay by
A plea for the hbher education of
The presentation of diploma3 to the
aduating class by Miss'l~ielen E.
aionxe principal of the school who
ressed the importance of the culture
ones peculiar gifts.
The presentation of classipins by Mr.
G. Stukes, chairman of the board of
ustees on behalf of himself and other
ends of the school who had contrib
ed to give these pins to the first grad
~tes from the high school department.
eakers were introduced by Mr.
ukes in order.
Prof. E. J. Browne, County Supt. of1
ucation, who gave an -excelleat talk
certain phases of the educational
Hon. Charlton iLuRant. the speaker
the occasion made an address frill of
ggesion thought on the general sub -
ct of the inter.relation of the vision
d the work.
Rev. M. B. Stokes of the Korean
In every Stat
in the Unil
ALSO IN CANADA, ME)
Indeed it is well terrn
EMMMake no0 m
On the Croii
,,REMEMBER THE FRE
Mission Field was to have offered the
closing prayer, just on account of his I
enforced absence this was done by Rev
Mrs. E' G. Stukes was pianist of the
occasion. Decorations were simple,
but just above seats occupied by the
raduating class hung the class motto, 1
artistically painted on white satin in
gold letters and bearing the beyond 1
"Out of the Life of School unto the
School of Life."
The Davis Station school had its an
nual picnic at Nelson's Lake on last
Tuesday where the school children
with parents and other friends had a
fine outing with lots of good things to
Bethlehem organized a Bible Class
and elected Mr. E. G. Stukes as their
eacher to fill the vacancy of Miss H.
. Malone, on last Sunday evening.
There will be a protracted meeting
at Bethlehem church for one week, be
ginning on June 20th. Let everybody
come out and hear good preaching and
help in singing the thoughtful.songs.
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J. W. WIDEMAN.
~Seate, the ne plred term of.th laeHn.
,ouis Appelt, subject to the ru es of the Dem
cratic party. JNO. R. DINGLE.
Sunday School 10:00 a m. -E. L.
Preaching by the Pastor at 11:15 a.
n., and 8:30 p. mn. Subject of morn
g sermon, "My Father's Business."
vening sermon. "Sowing and Reap
ng." At the evening service Miss
falley Appelt will sing "Calvary,"
Lnd the song will be illustraned by
B. Y.P U. Junior B. Y. P. U. and
unbeam Society, all meet at 4:30 p. m.
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state of South Carolina
COUNTY OF CLARENDON,
BY J. M. WINDHAM. PROBATE
WHEREAS, Hessie Ann Benbow -
ade suit to me, to grant her Letters
f Administration of the Estate. with
e Will annexed, and effec-s of Edith
THEE ARE THEREFORE, to cite
and admonish all and singular the kin
fred and creditors of the said
Edith Capers deceased,- that they be
nd appear before me. in the Court of
>robate, to be held at Msanning on the
L8th day of June next, after publicatlon
ereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
how cause, if any they have, why the
aid Administration should not be
Given under my hand this, 1st, day
f June A. D. 1915.
sn.] JAMES M. WINDHAM,
Judge of Probate.
All persons liaving demands against
the Estate of Samuel P. Fairey, will'
present them duly attested, and those
indebted will make payment to the un
ersigned, B. W. DesChamps
C. W. Evans
Pinewood, S. C.
'Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against
the estate of Henry B. Cutter-deceased
will present them. duly attested and
those owing said estate will wake pay
ent to the undersigned qualified ex
cutor of said estate.
-ANNIE B CUTTER. .
All persons owning property, both
real and personal in the .incorporate
mits of the Town of Manning, S: C.,
n the first day of April 1915, are here
by required to return same for tax a
ion to the Town Clerk at the Home
Bank and Truss Co. .
The books for the waking of said re
turns are now open and will remain -
open until the 20th day of June next.
ll persons failing to wake returns as
required will b3 liable to a penaity of -
By order of Council assembled, May
. M. Wells, A. C. Bradham.
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