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~be Jan~ag Eiats.
Publsbes AlU County and Town Of.
M1ANNINGS. C., NOV 10, 1915.
.PrPound in One
"Everything Good to Eat."
Pay your taxes or have the penalty
stuckc to you.
Tomorrow night will be a "big
night" in Summerton.
Watch for the big double page ad.,
in The Times next week.
S Mr. Thomas Bradh am has returned
homne from the hospital in Sumter.
Trhe handsome new residence of Mr.
B. A. Johnson is nearing completion.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Silverman of King
stree, spent Sunday here with rela
The time for pay ivg town taxes with
out penalty expires on the 15th of this
Mr. F. C. Thomas has opened a meat
-mark~et in the building adjoining his
There will be another hot supper at
-the Wilson school house Friday nigh t,
There will be a barbecue supper at
Davis Station school house next Friday
The home of Mr. T. F. Coffey is
about completed, and is one of the pret
tiest in our town.
Married by Judge Windham yester
day Mr. John D. Knowlton and Miss
*Ethel Estelle Conyers.
Married by Judge J. M. Windham
last Thursday, Mr. G. H. Ridgewvay
and Mrs. Mary Corbett.
Mr. T. N. Wildman won the fine
putr of blanikets given away at Jenkini
son's saie last Saturday.
Mr. J. M. Golloway came home from
the hospital in Sumter last Friday,
wpere he had been for the past six
is a great or
e the Sale is
The Woodmen of the World unveil4
-the monument of Mr. Cutter at Rehi
beth church last Sunday.
There will be preaching a tl.ehoboi
church Friday morning Nov. 12th,
11 a. mn. Everybody has a cordial ii
A committee from the Bible class<
t~Te Methodist church went to SumntE
Sunday to call on Mr. R. H. Da&vis wh
is in the hospital.
Mrs. Dan Hydrick returned to hi
home at Jonesville Monday, after
pleasant visit to her parents, Mr. ac
Mrs. C. R. Harvin.
Mr. J. P. Creecy bas ooened up
good, clean stock of groceries, next t
Leseses market, and deserves the pa
ronage of our people.
A very important meeting of to
Civic League next Monday the 15th, a
court house 4:30, the election of otleet
A lull meeting is expected.
Those wishing to bear a good tal
should g~o to Summierton tomorrow e
ening and hear Cole Blaase, and it
free, no admission charged.
The big money raising sale of R. I
Jenkinson is drawing great crowc
every day, and on last Saturday, Lbe:
opening day, the store was packed 1
Hot-suppers are all the go these daj
The editor likes gooi. things to ea
sometimes too, and we are going to se
who will be the first to remember him
as be is always a booster foir those os
Died last Saturday at Harvin Static
Mr. E. M. H arvin, aged about 35 year:
Tbe funeral took place at Harvin Sut
day afternoon. The deceased was
brother of Mrs Carlisle Bradham<
The public is cordially invited to a
tend a hot supper at 7:30 o'clock Thut
day, November 18th. at the Workma
school house. Barbecue and fish ste 1
will be plentiful. Proceeds for th
benefit of the school.
News was received here yesterda
that Mrs. Fannie Sprott, mother<
Mrs. Joe Davis and Mr. Clarenc
Sprott, was in a dying condition at be
borne in Snartanburg, and they left a
once for her bed-side.
Everybody come out to Trinity o
the evening of the 19th inst, and pat
take of barbecu, oysters, turkey. chic
en, etc., prepared by the members an
friends of Trinity church. Begi
serving at 6:30 o'clock
On next Sunday, Nov. 14th, in tb
Presbyterian church at 11:30 a. mn.,
Pinewood, Rev. W. H Barn well, re<
tor of St. Marks will conduct the sel
vices for twenty-fourth Sunday af te
Trinity. Holy communion will be ce
ebrated immediately after the sermoi
There is a rumor going around thi
$1.00 will be charged at the door t<
morrow night to hear Blease at Sun
inerton. This is false. If '-u don
care to hear this address, sav awa'
but wh y try to keep others out by tellii'
a falsehood. Governor Blease is a got
speaker and should draw a tremendoi
To give you the joy of the road, ti
breath of the wood-lands, the song <
tha birds in summer, the health at
happiness of the Open Country. 'l
teach you the pleasure in work, td
folly of worry, the baetter understant
ing of business and its profits. To cr
ate a new and broader conception<
life, love and labor. and end the falla<
of false economy: This is the missio
of the Maxwell.
Stock of N
portunity to ~
d City council met last Thursday and
-. decided to purchase a 35,000 Automo
bile truck for fire purpose. This, in
our judgment is a step in the right di
h rection. Weliighly commend council
*for this action, and hope all of our cit
.izens feel as we do about this matter.
When our truck is installed, and with
the fine system of waterworks just comn
~f pleted, we will be able to fight fire s~e
r well any city in the State.
~r First Grade-Lillie MyBsel
a Fred Briggs. My Bsel
d Division A-John Barrett, William
Division B-Katherine Baker, Wil
a liam Briggs, Dorcas Rhame, Wight
a man Johnson.
- Second Grade-Bowen Black.
Third Grade Thomas Cutter.
Fifth Grade-Ruth Briggs, Liowell
e Boswell, Florencp Felder.
sRead The Ads., Save Money.
Has it ever occurred to you ihat it
Swould be money in tour pocket to glue
- your eyes-both of 'em-to the ads in
Sthis paper every week?
It's a fact, and other know it and are
profiting by that knowledge, whether
you are or not.
sFrom now on you will find this paper
riuli of ads of the thousand and one
0things needed for the Christmas holi
days. The very article you want will
probably be mentioned somewhere in
the ads, and it will be decidedly to
your interest to know which store can
sell it to you to the best advantage.
Keep your eyes on the ads-they tell
nHonor Roli-Summerton High School.
First G rade-Ed ward Mathis, Bessie
aMood, Lila May Ardis, Esther Gordon,
i Kenneth Davis, Gerald Davis, Lionel
Harvin, Sarah Hunter.
Second Grade-Elizabeth Anderson.
-95, Katie Cantey 93, Carolyn Rich
s bourg 92.
tThird Grade-Hallie Carson 96,
rGrace Cobia 95, Gertrude Gee 92,- Mil
Sdred Rogers 90.
Fourth Grade-Tappy Lesesne 95, An
nie Mood 94, May Elizabeth Hunter 90,
YHugh Gus Rich bourg 90.
fFifth Grade--Deilmar Rhame 94, Em
ma Wynn Mood 92, Mclver Tisdale 90.
rHalden Davis 90.
Sixth Grade-.\ary Wilkie 94, Lilly
Cantey 92, Katherine Davis 92, Charles
Gee 90. Lila Briggs 90.
nSeventh Grade-Emory Rogers 94,
Frank Mood 94, Dorothy Carson 90.
EGth Grd-ayGentry 92 4-5
nTenth Grade-Sudie Davis.95 1-5, El
eanor Carson 93.
Echos From The Teachers' Meeting.
-Not seeing any account of the teach
rers' meeting in last weeks papers leads
-me even at this late date to say a few
Iwords relative to it.
As advertised, it was essentially a
meetingr for the purpose of re-organiz
t ing. The meeting was called to order
- by Mr. Browne, the county Superin
- tendent who stated the objects of. the
t meetinir, as well as to outline the pur
, poses and plans for the work for the
d Re.v. L. B. McCord conducted the
s devotional exercises.
The following were elected to serve
the association for the coming year:
e Mr. H. J. Bomnar. Principal of the Man
f ning Graded School, President; Mr. J.
d E. Clark, Principal of the Jor dan Acad
0 emy, Vice President; Miss Helen E.
e Malone, Principal oIf the Davis Station
- School, Secretary: Miss Belle Eoore' of
~the Trinity School, newspaper reporter
.f The president has named the follow
y ing as program committee for the year.
a Miss Willie Hloke of the Panola school
to Janary 1
ecure good DI
Graded school, Rev. J. N. McCord of ]
the Sardinia school. Wa
The nieeting then resolved itself into cei
round table discussions on various top.
ics. among which was some considera
tion on the text book matter in which
some criticisms were wade relative to 'j
some of the text books now in use in dr
our schools. Mr. H. W. Mitchum sent tak
in a paper along this line. Further pie
discussions will be made on this topic. yoi
In this way the objectionable books se
can be discussed with a view of having of 1
them left out at the time of the next as'
At this meeting were thirty-two of $2
Clarendon's live progreseive teachers. ter
It was one of the best meetings yet the
held, and augurs well for the meetings nic
to follow. The next meeting will be Wi
held at the court house Saturday Nov. Sta
27th, at 11 o'clock. B St,
For Sale-A Jersey Cow in milk. 8
Reasonable. J. H. Lesesne.
10 per cent Sate is now going on at B
Louis Levi's. B
Remember I am offeringr my entire
stock of merchandise at 10 per cenL
profit from now until Jan. 1, 19I6.
My Seed Wheat, Oats and Rye. car- Brs
ries the test of inspection as required 1
by the seed inspection law of South mo
Carolina. I have a State license and nto an<
far as I know have complied with the Bri
law in every respect. W. P. Legg. an
Cut down your winter bill by trading the
at Louis Levi's 10 per cent sale. pu
I have decided to throw my entire th
stock of dependable merchandise on tio1
the market at 10 per cent profit from
Nov. 10 to Jan. 1, 1916. Louis L'vi. da:
New Stock of Fresh Groceries at the
very lowest prices, at Clarendon Cash I S
I offer my entire stock of mereban
dise to the trading public from Nov. 10
to Jan. 1, 1916 at 10 per cent profit.
This is a great opportunity to secure
good, clean, dependable merchandise
at very low prices. Remember the
sale is now on. Louis Levi. By
Best Fruit and Vegetables at new
prices, at Clarendon Cash Grocer-y. ti
10 per cent sale is now on. Louis Levi Da
I am offering the trading public one mot
of the biggest opportunities ever offer-,
ed in Clarendon county. My entire ann
stock of merchandise at 10 per cens Be~
profit, from Nov. 10 to Jan. 1, 1916. and
Louis Levi. 2
Come to the 10 per cent sale and lica
save money on your winter bill. Louis fore
Highest prices paid for all produce- G3
chickens, eggs, corn, peas. etc. Claren- of I
don Cash Grocery..[S
My entire stock of merchandise is -
being offered to the trading public at "
10 per cent profit from Nov. 10 to Jan.
1, 1916. Everything goes in this sale
nothing reserved. Louis Levi. fo
Boys, count on me for your Xmas of 1
freworks, as I expect to have a comn- for
plete line. Clarendon Cash Grocery. tor
I offer my entire stock of merchan
dise from Nov. 10 to Jan. 1 1916 at 10
per cent profit. This a great opportu- Tm
nity to save money, and we hope the -
trading public will take advantage of 10
this great sacrifice. Louis Levi.
For Sale--My House and Lot in Man TAJ
ning, good locition, good out buildings whi
one acre in lot. Some fruit trees. prii
plenty of shade. .J. B. Hudnal, Olanta Qa]
S. C. Or S. M. Reardon, Manning, The
S. C. Iroi
lig Public I
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINAt
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Combabee Eertilizer Co., Plaintiff,
John S. Evans, Henry Heyer as admin
istrator of the Estate of M. J. Heyer,
deceased. and the Bank of Claren
NOTICE OF SALE.
Under andi by virtue of a decree ofC
the C)ourt of Common Pleas for said (
County and State rendered in above s
stated action dated the 7th day of June 6
1915 to me directed, I, E B. Gamble, I
Sheriff of Clarendon. County, will sell C
at public outcry to the highest bidder t
for cash in front of the Court House t
door at Manning, South Carolina, on
the 6th day of December 1915, being e
salesday, within the legal hours for 14
judicial sales, the following described l
All that tract of land, lying, being C
and situated in Clarendon County, o
State of South Carolina, containing s
three hundred and eight (308) acres, J'
more or less, and bounded as follows: 0
North by lands of Epps, formerly of es- 12
state of Josiah Flemming; East by 5<
lands now or formerly of Montgomery ti
Fuliwood: South by Black River Li
Swamp; and West by lands of Mrs. M. b.
V. Evans. The said described tract of ii
land is all of lots numbers 1 and 2 as C
shown by plat made by E. J. Smith, ti
Surveyor, dated March 17th 1908, kP
which plat is recorded in otfice of Clerk b;
of Court for said County in plat book Q
number 3 on page 29. 6
Also all thar,tract of land situated in Li
Clarendon County, State of Souta Car- ei
olina, containing one hundred and 01
fifty-four (154) acres, more or less, and
bounded as follows: North by lands of
J. J. Cantey; East by lands of Mrs. M.
V. Evans; South by Black River Swamp
and West by lands of Mrs. S. J. Smith. .
The said described tract of land is all
of lot number 4 as shown by said pla t
made by E. J. Smith. Surveyor. For
a more particular description of the
lands hereby mortgaged reference
shall be had to said plat or to said
record of same in said office.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. GA MBLE, B
Sheriff of Clarendon County.A
The State ot South Carolina,
COui of Cliardon, m
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. t
Neill O'D~onnell, as Treasurer of the t
Board of Trustees of the Tuomeya
Joseph H. Burgess, Bank of Summer- tl
ton and J. WV. Broadway, Defendants. s
NOTECE OF SALE. e
Under an-1 by virtue of a decree of
the Court of Common Please for said t
County and State rendered in above i
stated action dated the 28th day of St
September 1915 to me directed, I, E. OC
B. Gamble, Sheriff of Clarendon mn
County, will sell at public outcry to the de
highest bidder for cash in front of the J.
Court Hons door at Maun g. South K
Carolina, on the 6th day of December Ia
1915, being salesday, within the legal 0
hours for judicial sales, the following G:
described real estate: k
"All that tract of land in Clarenlion m
Cunty, in said State, lying on Nelson tr
Ferry Road, containing one hundrd p1
and eighty two acres, more or less, and ye
designated as lot No. 1 on a partition in
plat made by W. A. Burgess. Surveyor C
November 26th, 1902, the sali land be- SC
ing bounded by and adjoining lands E.
originally allotted to A. P. Burge.ss. bc
other land of J. H. Burgess. lands of C'
. C. Scarborough, and of others." 19
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. GAMBLE,
Shewiff of Clarandon County_
o the Tra(
st, 1915, al
resh Fishi Balogna and Sausage al
ys on hand at Clarendon Cash Gro
Lady Wanted. -'
'0 introdne~e our new Fall line of
s goods in Manning. You simply
e orders from the large line of sam
s which we send to you. We ship
the orders, you deliver, collect and
d us the money after taking out 1-4
he amount coiled which you keep
tor profit. The work is easy and
sant and you can make $10.00 to
.00 weekly. Our hine of dress ma
als appeals especially to ladies in
smaller towns and you can make a
income during your spare time.
'ite at once for further information.
ndard Dress Goods Co., 200 Tenth
Binghamton, N. Y.
ATE OF 80UTH GAROLINA,
County of Clarendon,
James Mf. Windham, Esq., Pro
IEREAS, T. M. Mouzon and P. B.
douzon made suit to me, to grant
i Letters of Administration of the
ate and effects of Theodore W.
'hese are therefore to cite and ad
nish all and singular the kindred
creditors of the said Theodore W
silsford, deceased, that they be
lappear before me, in the court
Probate, to be held at Manning on
18th day of Nov. next, after
lication thereof, at 11 o'clock in
forenoon, to show cause, if any
y have, why the said administra
i should not be granted.
'iven under my hand, this 3rd
of Nov. A. D. 1915.
JAMES Mf. WINDHAM,
Judge of Probate.
ATE OFS80UTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon,
James M. Windham, Esq., Probate
IEREAS, Sue Hall Davis made suit
o me,;to grant her Letters of Ad
iration of the Estate and Effects of
*iel Beasley Davis.
lese are therefore' to cite and ad.
tish all and singular, the kindred
Creditors of the said Daniel~
sley Davis deceased, that they be
appear before me, in the Court of
bate, to be held at Manning on the
day of November next, after pub
tion hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
noOn, so show cause, if any they
e, why the said Administratior
ld not be granted.
iven under my hand this 9th. day
ovember Anno Domioi 1915.
JAMES M. W1NDHA M,
m]) Judge of Probate.
Notice of Discharge.
will apply to the Judge of Probate.
Olarendon Cournty. on the 6th day
)eeember 1915, at 11 o'clock a. mn.,
letters of discharge as ad ministra
of the estate of W. L. Watts, de
Julius H. Watts,
beville, S. C.. Nov 4, 1915.
Drive Out MalarIa
And Build Up The System
te the Old Standard GROVE'S
STELESS chill TONIC. You know
t you are taking, as the formula is
ited on every label, showing it is
nine and Iron in a tasteless form.
:Quinine drives out malaria, thel
a bunlds up the system. 50 cents
very low pi
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLUNA
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
est Parson and W. H. Anderson, De
NOTICE OF SALE.
Under and by virtue of a decree of
fthe Court of Common Pleas for said
Junty and State rendered in above
staed action dated the 28th day of
eptember 1915 to me directed, I, E.
Gamble, Sheriff of Clarendon
unty, will sell at public outcry to
e bigbest bidder for cash in front of
e Court House door at Manning,
uth Carolina, on the 6th day of De
aber 1915, being salesday, within the
tal hoursifor judicial sales, the fol
ing described real estate:
All that tract of land situated in
arendon County, State of South Car
na, containing one hundred and
:ty-five (165) acres, more or less, ad
ning lands of William Witherspoon,
Pinckney Martin, of Dorsey Parson,
nds formerly of estate of Rufus Brun
n and lands of others, and lying on
ie Telegraph Road; being all that
ct of land conveyed to West Parson
Kate D. Briggs Dy deed recorded
office of Clerk of Court for said
unty in book M. 3 on page 200, less
ose two parcels thereof conveyed to
ickney Martin and Dorsey Parson
deeds recorded in said office in Book
3 on page 760 and Book A.-4 on page
; and for a more particular descrip
on of the tract of land hereby convey
reference is had to the said records
urchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. GAMBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
ate of' South Carolina
County of Clarendon.
OURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
B. Odom, Plaintiff
B. Covington, Defendant.
NDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
~dgment Order of the Court of Com
n Pleas, in the above stated ac
on, to me directed, bearing date of
iv. 9, 1915, I will sell at public au'i
on, to the highest bidder, for cash,
Clarendon Court House, at -Man
og, in said county, within the legal
urs for judicial sales, on Monday,
e6th day of December. 1915, being
eday, the following described real
All that certain piece, parcel or
ct of land, lying being and situate
te county of Clarendon and the
ate of South Carolina, containing
ae Hundred and Forty-five acres,
re or less, and beinff bounded and
scribed as follows: North by lands of
. Kelly; East by lands of J. E.
aly and J. Grier White; South by
ds of Mrs. Rosa Weinberg and Neill
onnell; West by lands of J. M.
aham, formerly lands of M. Levi
own as the Richburg tract. For
re particular description of said
ct of land, attention is directed to
tof same made by E. J. Smitb, Sur
yor, dated March 2, 1909, recorded
Plat book No. 2, page 66 in office of
erk of Court for Clarendon County,
uth Carolina, also to deed from W.
Daniels to B. B. Odom, recorded in
k F 4, page 486, office of Clerk of
'urt for aforesaid County. June 9,
urchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. GA MBLIE,
Sheriff of Cla,-endoan Conunty.
The Eternal Conflict.
Society Is nothing more than a con
tinuation of the conflict of nature un
der the guidance of Intelligencee. It 1s
Vain to hope tot any amelioration of
society from the prevalence of an in
tellectual education. Culture of the In
tellect supplies new weapons for use
in the conficet and may render It less
rude in appearance, but cannot hnge
Its nature. * * DoctrInes and
creeds are forms; the will supplies
their contents. Just as a vehicle may
convey substances having wholesome
or injurious or indifferent properties,
so any system of thinking-theolog
Ical, social or political-may be made
to bear any purport, good or bad. To
try to shape opinions so that they may
not be made subservient to any evil
purpose Is all labor in vain.-Schopen
Wars and Words.
The wars with Spain in the sixteenth
century enriched the English language
'with many new words. To them, as
Logan Pearsall Smith has pointed out,
"we owe the Spanish words 'embargo'
and 'contraband' and the Dutch word
'freebooter.' Among other Dutch or
Flemish terms that were perhaps
brought back to England by soldieri In
their campaign in the low countries
may be mentioned 'furlough,' 'cashier,'
'league,' 'sconce,' 'onslaught,' 'drill' and
'domineer.' 'Comrade' is a Spanish
word, but seems to have been a sol
diers' term learned in the low coun
tries, and 'forlorn hope' Is a military
phrase, being the Dutch 'verloren hoop,'
in which 'hoop' means a troop and is
cognate with our word 'heap.' "-Lon
Didn't Raise Them.
'A young housewife who lives in a
suburban town went to the village
store to make some purchases.
"These chickens look very nice," re
marked the customer. "How much
"One dollar apiece, madam," was the
prompt response of the obliging pro
prietor. "You can't find better poul
try for the money in the whole coun
"One dollar," thoughtfully mused the
customer, and then added: "Did you
"Oh, no, madam!" was the hasty as
surance of the misunderstanding store
keeper. "That is the same price I or-.
fered to sell them for yesterday."
A Graceful Compliment.
Some famous compliments have been
paid to members of the sterner sex,
and one of the most gracefully turned
was that uttered by Bolleau. who,
when the virtuous De Mesmnes, presi
dent of the parliament of Paris, was
elected an academician, congratulated
him In these terms: "I hare come to
you, sir, In order that you may con
gratulate me on having you one of
my fellow academicians."
Under the Moslem laws the pr-ov
Slon for securing to the wife the free
and uncontrolled possession of her
property Is minutely stipulated i the
marriage contract- A suitable sum Is
also arranged for her maintenance In
accordance with her husband's rank.
"I am going to visit the jall. There
is a man I want to see there."
"Is one all? I know about forty
whom I shannMik tro ee there"-In