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-EANNI1NG, S. C., SEPT. 8, 1915
RVE POUND BAGS
"Everything Good to Eat."
The 5-1O-25e .Stores is being painted
Mr.F. 0. lichardson has bought a
Mr. Leon Burgess leaves next week
Remember school opens next Mon
day the 13th.
Mr: W. G. King has purchased a
1918 Dodge Auto.
Mr. S. Katsoff left l.ast Sunday for
the northern markets.
Every day is-gala day at the tobacco
Mrs. Amanda Harvin of Charleston,
is visiting relatives in Manning.
We call special attention to the ad.,
of the 5-1O.25c store in this Issue.
Mrs. J.B. Hudnal of Oianta is visit
.ing Mrs. Julia Cuttino in Manning.
The postoffce and banks observed
Iboliday Monday, It being Labor Day
Mr. Jessie Sprott has accepted a po
sition in the Home Bank and Trust Co.
Mr. Austin Smiti Is now buying cot
ton at Florence for Rodgers McCabe
Miss Trot of Charleston is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Frank Barron in Man
Be sure and take your tax receipt
and registratiert certificate to the polls
The Jordan school will open on Mon
Eay September 13th. Let everybody
send at the opening.
The Manning Dry Goods Co., is now
In their handsome new store, next to
Miss. Lou Bennett, who will operate
a millinery room in The Manning Dry
Goods Co., store has arrived.
Mrs. J. H. Rigby has returned home
from an extended visit in Florida to
her sister Mrs. W. A. Avant.
The Civic League will meet on the
third Monday, the 20th of September,
at the court house at 5 o'clock.
Mrs. J. H. Orvin and children have
returned home from Saluda, where
they have been for the past month.
Miss Hattie Bagnal and mother wish
to thank the good people of Manning
for all their kind attention while sick.
Tomorrow being the Jewish New
Year, the Jewish stores will be closed,
at least someof them will observe the
Mr. Jake Harvin left this morning
for the University of Virginia, where
he will complete his studies this ses
At the W. C. T. U. convention held
at Allendale last week, Mrs. Joseph
Sprott of Manning was re-elected pres
Begn'ig with Saturday September
11 heManning Library will be open
from 4 to 6 o'clock on Wednesday and
,re better pr
s others. W
Fabers', hexagon shape, yello
'Pencils, sold everywhere at
ish to call your attentio
one to the customer), a
Mr. J. W. Patrick, who once worke
in Manning for Mr. J. D. Gerald, con
mittea suicide at Brockinton statioi
about four miles from Kingstree la.
Mr. F. L. Wolfe, accompanied by h
son William, left last Saturday in the!
autobobile for Monroe, N. C.. and r
turned Sunday with Mr. Wolfe's mott
er and sister.
In response to Mr. &., D. Cothran,
advertisemen; for wrapper tobacco, b
had a bunch of it this week, and i
brought from twenty to twenty fiv
cents a pound.
Died last Friday at his home nes
Workman, Caroline McFaddin, colore
Thedeceased was well thought of b
the-white people, and had accumulate
Mr.. ~ ysworth of Sumte
has aition as cotton grau
er for Weinberg, and como
to Man nih'gbly recommended as a
expert in his line.
Mr. W. L Mitchum of Kingstre
was the guest of Mrs. George Mitcbu
Sunday Aug. 29th: This being Mis
Mitchum' birthday she had a numb4
of nice presents from friends- and re
. Miss Augusta Appelt will ineet, he
pupils in her-room at the school bulik
ig immediately after sehool is di:
missed on Monday.. all new pupil
please apply before Saturday Septen
The Farmers Cotto Warehouse Co
of Pinewood has been chartered with
esaital of$,250. The oMcers are, (
D. Harvin, president, A. G. Stacl
vicepresident, E. C. Geddings. seer
tary and treasurer.
Our subscribers have 'een paying u
better than ever, which makes us Ie
that they appreciate our efforts to giv
them a good paper, and we are ver
gratefdl for the words of commends
tion which they speak of The Tames.
Mr. S. L. Krashor, one pf Sumtera
live business men and a member of ti
irm bf The Battery was in town Moi
day. and while here gave us a quarte
page ad.,. for his hustln-g conceri
Read it. and when in Sumter gli
them a look In,
Married last Friday in Charlestoi
Mr. W. H. Clark, formerly of Mai
ning, but who has been living in Flo:
ida for the past thirty five. years, an
Mrs. Sallie McKnight. U They wi
make their future homes about t,
miles east of Manning.
Read the big ad., of The Red Irol
Racket in this issue. Mr. Aaro1
Abramns, thie manager, has-just returz
d from the bargain world and ha
some of the biggest inducements t
offer the public that. has ever bee
shown in this part of the State.
Rev.. W. H. Baruwell, rector S
Marks Episcobal church will hold sei
vices next Sunday Sept. 12th at i11:
a. m., in Presbyterian church at Pint
wood. All welcome. That afternoo
at 4 o'clock the prohibition party wi
have a meeting in the Methodif
Hallie Dinkins, one of Manning
"high yaller" sports, was up befor
Maistrate Herriott last. Monday fc
stealing from the Candy Kitchen, an
received five and one half months c
the chain gang. Hallie will be misse
now from the "tango" and other socih
functions, which he was a leader.
Mr. T. N. Wildman has sold out Tb
Pastime to Mr. R. E. Smith of Sparta
burg. Mr. Smith- comes to Mannin
as an experienced moving picture mar
and while Mr. Wildman appreciate
the patronage given him. he hopes th~
people of our town will give the nel
management even better support.
The men who are now overfiowin
with business are the men whose ai
vertisements were kept running durin
the entire seige of the late depressior
Advertising is just as great a necessit
to an active business life as food an
drink are to a healtby physical exis
ene. If you stop eating you die it
the want of substance, if you stop al
vertising your business dies for tI
want of publicity.
If you are a kicker and see the shat
ews of failure in everything that
proposed to help the town, for heaven
sake go into some secluded canyon ac
kick your own shadow on the clsy bar
and give the men who are working1
build up the town a chance. One lor
faced, hiollow-eyed. whining, carping
chronic kicker can do more to kee
away business and capital from a toy
than all the droughts. short crop
chinch bugs, cyclones and blizzar<
The Pastime theatre will open Thu:
day night, with a comedy that nee
no boosting. 2 reel, Charlie Chapli
We will use the usual program.If y<
do not like it tell us, we will change
anything you want we are here
pared to supp
Ip to Northern
m have some v
n to one of the greatest v
t 256. each--See Window.
d Youag Meu's Sunday School ClassEntertains
I The K. of W. Sunday school class of
1 the Methodist church delightfully en
tertained about sixty of their friends
on Wednesday evening of last week at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Aver
r The guests were met at the door by
Miss Jessie Averill, the boys.being con
ducted into one room and. the girls to
another where they were all requested
to cast a vote. the boyz voting for the
prettiest girl at the party, and the
girls voting for the homliest boy. Much
merriment was caused at the end of
the contest when Mr. Charlie Sprott
was asked to step forward and receive
the prize, a cake of soap, for bein "a
d most hideous and horrible creature" as
pictured by Mr. J. G. Dinkins in
awarding the prize. Miss Gladys Sher
wood, the guest of -Miss Freda Averill,
received the prize as the best looking
young lady present.
Punch was served on the front porch
- by little Miss Fannie James Davis,
6 then later in the evening delicious ice
cream was passed around. A number
of games and contests were indulged in
Safter which music and singing was en
Sjoyed. The evening came to a close
close with the sons "Good-night Lad
r ies," sang by the K. of W. class quar
r Second Week Jury.
- .J HHardy New Zion
A B Rollins Pinewood.
5W E Morris Turbeville
W PNapier Silver Pnwo
George June Manning
Lester Weirnberg Manning
W J Brunson Davis Station
D f G Buddin'uberville
J V Carrigan Summerton
W R Coskrey Summerron
J W Patrick Manning
V S Evans; New Zion
E S Robinson Turbeville
I.Y Eadon Summerton
JA Roet Foreston
J . H LeGrandeSmero
D W DuRant Acl
Harry A Hodge Summerton
s C M Rhodus Wilson
e J MCantey Summerton
a- L A Graham Pinewood
r Curtis Frierson Wilson
. .J J Windhani Manning
Jake Iseman Manning
L H Harvin Manning
W H Davis Silver
, W E Daniels Alcolo
'- J J Epps New Zion
' Harry E Davis Davis Station -
d J 0 Lowder Wilson
I D C Beard Tnrbeville
E B Frierson Manning
G A Holladay Foreston
W R JTenkinson Pinewood
a S Conyers Holladay Manning
0Sunday School 10:30 a m. B. A.
Preaching by the Pastor at 11:30 a.
i., and 8:30 p. m.
-. Subject of morning sermon, "How
-and Why the Bible is Inspired " Ev
ening sermon, "Eve, the mother of
- Mankind." Before the sermon Mrs.
13 Lewis will give a reading "Whiskey,
I That's All,'' which will be illustrated
t by a number of stereopticon views.
J. A. ANSLEY,
490 lbs tobacco at 10.25 was J W
Beards sale at Clark's.
lSee what S E Johnson got for his to
bacco at Clark's, 398 lbs at 10. 444 lbs
at 9.75, and 472 los at 9.
SW0OBeard gotl1.50 per lb for 290
glbs tobacco at Clark's..
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Ctarendon.
gCOURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
iJohn HI. Clifton. Plaintiff
SL. R. Gibson, Mrs. G A. Gibson, Cleo
Outlaw, Herbert Gibson, A. L. Gib
Le son, and Nelson Gibson, Defendants,
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
Judgment Order of the Court of
- Common Pleas, in the above stated
s~ action to me directed, bearing date of
' June 7, 1915, I will sell at public
d auction, to the highest bidder for cash
k at Clarendon court house at Manning
~o in said county, within the legal hours
igfor judicial sales, on Monday, the
~'4th day of October, 1915,being sales
Pday, the following described real es
All of our right tital interest claim
and estate, both at law and in equety.
Now owned or hereafter Acquired in of
and to all that that tract of land situ
ate, and being in the County of Claren
don, said State, containing Two Hun
Scred and Forty Five (245) acres more
sor less, and bounded on tbe North by
nlands of C. J. Gibson. East by lands of
'L. B. Gibson, South by lands of Sarah
u E. Mims, and West by lands now or
to formerly of Rlichbourg.
to Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. GAMBLE,
Sherif Clarenrinn County
>1y your wants than any
Markets, where he has pt
ronderful value to offer ii
School bags, and Luncl
Our Store being the only store in Manning handling
school books, will necessitate a big rush during the open
ing days of our schools, therefore, we will ask that each
pupil bring a complete list of books wanted from their
teacher to avoid errors.
See Our Big School Supply Window.
0 0- 25c. S
h Most Popular -Store in M
alues we have ever offered: On Saturday Morn
THE 5-10 - 25c. STORE.
The Place To Sell
Clark's Warehouse, Manning,
We are glad to say that all ripe toba cco
is selling better than at any time this
Our sales are increasing daily, because
we work hard to please our patrons.. and
.they have found that MANNING is the best
market in South Carolina./
We have sold tobacco in the last fe w
days from planters who live rrght at other
markets. They tell us that our prices are
about TWO DOLLARS a hundred higher
than these other markets, of course they
sell in MANNING.
We want to thank our friends for the
liberal patronage they are giving us.
R. D. CLARK, Prop.
Headquarters for hig h prices, Manninq, S. C.
M CKenedysol wih Carkthis aChester Brown sold 404 lbs toba
week, 460 lbs at 14.50 and 504 lbs at
14.75. Mrs. Ida J DuBose sold two piles
J H Morris sold at Clark's 684 lbs at she got 11.50, for the othe 12 doll
11.75. per bundred.
The Biggest Values To Be
At The Closest Pric
A CmlSTOCK $1.50 to $4.50 e
We sell hundreds of these Tires every m
show that we satisfy our customers. We s'
for the Bicycle.
MAIL ORDERS FILLED THE SAME
H. L. TISDALI
45SR. MA IN ST.
rchaseda full li
a Tablets, Con
ing promptly at 10 o'clock we
Clark's Warehouse is the place to
sell your tobacco.
Tobacco sold at Clark's Warehouse
will always bring the highest market
R. D. Clark has been selling tobacco
in Manning for twenty years. Will
sell more this year than ever, Why?
Because he treats his customers right.
Clark's Warehouse sold on Monday
52.000 lbs tobacco. Everybody went
Sell your tobacco with R. D. Clark
the man who stays with you 365 days
in the year.
J E Poweil sold tobacco at Clark's
Monday, 402 lbs at 12.50 and 386 lbs at -
Solomon Tomlin sold 114'lbs at 11.25
at Clark's Warehouse.
. J M Graham sold one pile of 1196 lbs
at 9 at Clark's Warehouse tqis week.
Curtis .Frierson's sale at Clark's
- Monday, 236 lbs at 12 50, and 90 lbs at
Graham and Calvin sold with Clark
on Monday 134 lbs tobacco at 12 25.
S C DuBose sold 366 lbs at 12.25 with
R. D. Clark. -
W S Evans soli 180 lbs at 1l.2 and
1261bs at 10. Hed knew where to sell.
22 dollars per hundred, J C Hodge
got for 68 lbs tobacco at Clark's Ware
house this week.
D J Witherspoon got 12.50 per hund
red for 252 lbs tobacco at Clark's.
. W S Anderson sold 238 lbs at 12.25
J H Gibbons sold 412 lbs at 10 at
ID C-Beard sold 450 lbs at 13 at Clark.
IWarehouse on Monday..
Murry Brothers got 11c per lb for
584 lbs tobacco at Clark's.
Belton Baker's sale at Clark's Ware
house, 754 lbs at 11 ana 776 lbs at 9.25.
C S Rigby made a good sale at clark
Monday, 176 lbs at 13, 640 lbs at 11.25,
and 290 lbs at 9.50.
Sunday School 10:00 a. mn. Mr. Jos.
Public worship, 11:00 a. in., and 8:00
p. in., conduct-ed by the pastor.
Epworth League, 5:00 p. m.
Prayermneeting, Thursday 4:30 p. m.
TRINITY:-Sunday school every
Sunday at 3:30 p. m. Mr. A. M. White
superintendent. Public worship on
the 2od and 4th Sundays at 4:30 p. mn.
conducted by the pastor.
The public is cordially invited to all
servicesG. P. WATSON,
to- Many people complain that they are
ne not apprciated at their true vworth;
ars and tihe numerous empty prison cells
seem te bear them out.
Had Anywhere .
onth. and repeat orders
al any and everything
SUlMTFD S. C.
Our buyer is just back
ne for this department,
iposition Books, Note
American Pencil Co.'s Famous "Clover" No. 2 Pen
ils-Dandy good value at 5c. each. Our price, as long
6s they last
3 for 5c.
will sell LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS, assorted
Central Warehouse sells tobacco high. Monday
September 6th, Cothran has killed low price and had
Sheriff Gamble to lock his relatives up for the rest:cf -
our tobacco season. We have not finished his funeral
yet. Sam Johnson and Will Gibbons of New . Zion,
will look after him later. Gur sales were fne yester
day. Prices entirely satisfactory - where tobacco was
any account,. Sold wrappers three different lots from
twenty to twenty five dollars, read list below, I want
every man that has tobacco to sell, to bring Cothran
his next load, it is a certain fact that he will get the
price if it can be had. Too busy boys to write much
this time, will see you later. Come on boys and let
Cothran sell t~he rest of your tobaceco, sell with the
man that killed low price, -the man that set crooked -
was straight. and brought prosperity to the tobacco
growers. the man that talks all day and never tires.
Boys I love to-talk for you all, I want your co-opertion
and support, bring me tobacco as long~as you have any
to sell and get the highest dollar to be had.
J1 T Touchberry Sold 936-lbs at 10.
-J T Touchberry Sold 686 lbs at 10 75
-Rush & KennedySold 20 lbs at 15 00
Aaron Hodge .Sold 204 lbs at 11 25
Ervin Evans Sold 10 lbs at 15 0 0
Ervin Evans Sold 216 lbs at 9 75.
CORSports Sold .114 lbs at 12 50
D C Canty Sold 306 lbs at 11 25
John Abraham Sold 100 lbs at 12 50
P Wetherspoon Sold 128.Jbs at 13 00
Ervin Evans Sold 170. lbs at 11 25
J Wetherspoon Sold 602 lbs at 11 2.5
., S E Harrington Sold. 136 lbs at 25 00
R E Harrington Sold 140 lbs at 20 00
HOCCoker Sold 1941lbs at12 50
J1 M- Harrington Sold 100 lbs at 23 00
W S Anderson Sold 326 lbs at, .11 00
W S A nderson Sold 124 lbs at 11 50
M EBrunson Sold 3341lbs at12 25.
SP Morris Sold 140 lbs at 12 25
H M McIntosh Sold- 500 lbs at 11 25
H MMclntosh Sold 746 lbs at 11 00
H MMclntosh Sold 4561lbs at10 00
Mrs M Strange Sold 424 lbs at 12 50.
W LGibbons Sold 5661lbsat12 75 -
.J H-M Carter' Sold 320 lbs at 72 75
C J Haley Sold 132 lbs ut 13 00
C W Richbourg Sold 350 lbs at 11 00
R. D. COTHRAN,
First Fall. Opening !
SEPTEMBER 7th, 8th AND 9th.
Of The Newest Designs In
Featuring Street Hats, ranging in price from
$2.50, $3.50 to $5.00.
We will be pleased to have you call. Our
Highgrade Millinery at very moderate prices
will appeal to you.
The Misses Wilkes,
43 South Main St. . - SUMTER, S. C.