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Publishe Al County and Town Of
- - fldal Advertisemenlts.
MANNING. S., C. MARCH15, 1916
STONE WRA~rED CAKES
They are made in a San
itary Plant and contains
ony pure ingredients. in
cluding fresh country but
ter and eggs.
Serve these Fine Cakes
and hear the approving
comments of guest and
"Everything Good to Eat."
Mrs. W. E. Jenkinson of Kingstree
e Lvisiting in town.
.- Mrs. Battie Ingram of Sumter is in
Manning visiting relatives.
Dr.Beck of New York and a partner
'-z= -ui TheNewIdea Co., is in Manning
-.Rev. Baxter McLendon commenced
a tbree weeks meeting at Summerton
: ast Sunday.
1 destroyed the home of Mr. Hen
yTouchberry, about three miles west
et Manning. last Friday.
Read the-big ad., of The New Ioes
Co,-in this issue. They have the
'-goodaad the prices are always right.
: 4uitas crowd from Clarendon went
;; t Bishopville Monday to hear the case
Miss Emily Broadway, but they
were. disappointed as the defendants
= waivedbe preliminary.
The~ianniest picture in the world
urn be'shown at The Pastime Friday.
sosaid to-be, it is "Tillie's Punctured
; 'omance." The management has
gtn to a great expense to produce
this c and we hope he 'will have
Weare going to reproduce from the
iles of The Times reminicences of
long years ago. Days when we were
. boys and girls together. We begin
with tbs issue and give to our readers
a nacnmn of local items published in
nthebeginning of 1894.
Last Saturday a gentleman came to
uaning from Danville, Va., with a
~sz-arrant for Rufus Richardson, who be
&Jlined had been working for him,
-and stole his automobile, and when on
-his wayo Manning, the car broke
doen, Rufus came on here by raii
Sroad. 'Heis now in jail.
- On Sunday morning at 10.30 Dr. W.
S. Carrell, President of the South Car
olina 'University, will address the
Men's Bible Class of the Methodist
charch. Every member of the class is
Sexpected to be present and all tbe men
of 'the town and surrounding country
are Invited to meet with us. Dr. Car
~-* roll Is one of the moss attractive speak
.. ers In the State and a treat is store for
allwho hear him.
- There will be a very important meet
iogof the Clarendon County Poultry
SAssociation on Friday March 17th, at
-3:30p..m. Every one is urged to be
present at~this meeting. The main
speaker of the occasion will be Prof
Frank C. Hare, Poultry Husbandman,
Clemson College, S. C. The meeting
.will be held at the court house in Man
- ning, and not only members of the as
- soolation are ask to be present. but as
many as possible.
The general merchandise store of J.
W. Rhame was robbed some time dur
ing last Wednesday night. It is
thought an entrance was efiected
through a transom or else some one re
creted-themselves in the store before
It was closed for the night. Blood
-hunds were secured from Columbia at
3 o'clock in the afternoon, but after a
long run no clue as to the guilty par
ties was found. Several suits of cloth
Sels, shoes and a lot of dry goods are
-among the missing articles. This
makes the second time Mr. Rtuame's
store has been entered within a short
The automobile owners of Clarendon
are raising a general howl about the
unfair and unjust law recently passed
- by the legislature, tasxing all cars ac
cording to horse-power. As we under
stand it, this is the only county which
has such alaw, and the people are go
lgto appeal to the courts for relief.
Wh bsould an automobile be taxed to
buil up a road for log-carts, wagons
- and other vehicles to cut up? An auto
mobile really packs and builds up
roads, whereas these other vehicles
keep the road in a torn up condition,
tnerefore we say this is an unjust !aw,
and we hope to see it fought to a finish.
The preliminary in the case of the
State against Mrs. Susanna Gilbert,
Miss Estelle(*ilbert, Miss Rubv Gilbert,
Ellis Gilbert, Lawton Gilbert, and
Rawton Gilbert, of the Liberty Hill
section of Lee county, who are charged
with assault and battery of a high and
aggravated nature in making an as
sault on Miss Emily Broadway of Pax
yille, teacher in the Liberty Hill school,
was waived Monday morning in the
- magistrate's court at Sishopville and
will be taken into the circuit court for
trial at the next term. Monday niorn
ing several automobiles from Paxville
and vicinity and a large number lof
others from that section passed thru
Sumter on the way to Bishopville to
attend the preliminary, later return
nug when the preliminary was waived.
Miss Broadway was principal of the
school at d was set upon and beaten for
4xpelling one of the Gilbert girls. The
pepeof Paxvill. .vere mueb incensed
ap the treatment accorded Miiss Broad
Smeton flame Demonstration Club.
The Ladies' Home Demnonstration.
lub met at the school house last Wedc
nesday afternoon. The weather 'oeing
.very disagreeable, there were not as
Smany present as usual.
The study of conditions arising from
nsanitary places, and the means of
mittee of three was appointed to con
fer. with the Town Council to see that
our town Is made more sanitary.
Miss Richardson, our Home Demon
stratio Agent, meets with us ec
month and gives very helpful sugges
ticns on the different subjects.
A Club Member.
Twenty Two Years Ago.
We will from time to time print ex
tracts from our files published years
ago. Below we give a few local items
The Times extends greetings to its
many readers and hopes that 1894 will
be a year of peace and plenty.
Mr. W. G. King and family have
moved to Sumter county'. Mr. King
will have charge of A. J Sa inas and
Son's large plantation interest in that
Married last Sunday in the Baptist
church, Mr. James Kelley and Miss
Mamie Touchberry, Rev. Henry M.
Mood performed the service.
Read Horton. Burgess and Co's ad
vertisement. They are selling off
theirstock to make room for spring
Mr. W. K. Bell left yesterday for
his home in Hartsville.
Senator Racin -was in town yester
day, and after wishing us success in
our underraking gave us some good ad
vice, which we will try to remember.
The handsome Senator is a level-head
Cards are out for the marriage- of
Miss Sallie Levi. The wedding is to
take place February 8.
Garden seeds and onion sets at Dink
ins and Co.
Mr. Simon Iseman one of Spartan
burg's merchants, is in Manning on a
visitto the family of Mr. M. Levi.
Col. B P. Barron is acting solicitor
in Kingstree this week on account of
the sickness of Solicitor Wilson.
Mr. J. T. Stukes went to Spa-tan
burg last Mondr.y to attend the com
mencement exercises of Converse Col
lege, where his daught-er, Miss Sallie,
The county alliance will meet in
Manning on the 19th inst. Hon. J. E
Pettigrew of Florence has signified his
intention of being present. Toere
should be a large turn out.
Governor Tillman has appointed Mr.
James H Burgess of the Brewington
section, chief of the fish patrol. Mr.
Burgess will make a good officer, and
the people with whom he will come in
contact in the discharge of his duties
will find him a courteous gentleman.
Rhame and Davis are occupying as a
law office the house lately occupied as
the residence of Mr. E. J. Browne.
Miss Nettie Weinberg returned to
St. Joseph's Academy last Monday.
Dr. R. B. Loryea of the firm of Dink
ins and Co., has been elected a mem
ber of the examining board for the
State pharmaceutical association. Thisi
is a great compliment to our young
friend, as only such as stand high in
the profession of pharmacy are selected
for this honorable position. Dr. Lory
ea is a first-class druggist, and we are
glad to seehis merit recognized.
Tbe contract for building Mr. S. A.
Rigby's store was given out today Mr.
J. L. Wreen of Darlington has the con
Louis Loyns has fresh bread from
Charleston every Tuiesday and Friday.
Mrs. Lula Ingram and children of
Sumter are in Manning visiting the
family of Rev H. M. Mood.
The town council has purchased one
of the old jail lots and will move the]
market house from the street and
place it on the lot. This is a decided
mp rovement and we hope they will
continue the good work by conferring
with the county authorities about fix
ing up the court house square.]
Last Friday a lot of horses and mules]
were sold on the ourt house square
under a chattle mortgage in favor ofi
Wilern and Co., Charleston. One of
the mules brought one dollar.
The Farmers Mutural Insurance As
sociation was organized las; Monday.
Mr. J. S Cantey of Summerton was i
elected president and Mr. Joseph
Sprott, Jr., secretary and treasurer. .
Every Reform club in the county1
should~ be represented in ManningI
Mr. Harry D. Clark left last Sunday
evening to accept a position in the A t
lantic Coast Line office in Washington
Mr. J. H. Lesesne of Jordan hss ac
epted a position in Mr. J. W. Mc
Cotton brought five and seven eighth
cents in Manning today.
Julius J. Brunson, accompanied by
two United States mar~.bala, was
brought to Manning yesterday morn
ing and lodged in the Clarendon jail.
The following is the honor roll of the
Manning Collegiate Institute for the
month of January: Hatte Nelson,
Hattie Harvin, Pet Wilson, Gertrude
Webber, Ju'ia Mood, Bessie-Gtl luchar,
Boneau Mouz.o,i Manie Huit!nsl,
Camt- Rarvtu, l4mmIe~ Harvio, In
eramt Wilsou, Ol'ie Stukces. Lucion
Harvin, Lizzie Welis, Bertha Briggs,
Lionel Siukes.Jake Weino-rg, B.anc~h
Wells, Evadne Loyns;. Corinne Du
Rant, Herman Bradhamn, ltapheal
The new council took chtio last <
nigh; Mr. Junius E. Scott was re
eected cl-rk, Mr. G. H. Huggins, re
elected policeman, and JTohn Washing
ton, colored, was elected poiiceman in
the ulace of Arod Stukes. Willis
Davis is lamp lighter.
Col H L. Benbow, Maj C. S. Land,
Cat. D. J Bradham and aIr. M. Levi
have returned home from Birminrhaim
where ther went to attend the confed
rate veterans m-eting.
For Infants and Children
n Use For Over 30 Years'
Gathered to His Fathers.
Died in a hospital in Columbia last
ni:ht about ten o'clock, Mr. W. Thomas
Sprott, of Jordan, aged 62 years. He
was a man of generous impulses and
never forgot the hospitable ways of the
pioneer. The stranger, though a beg
gar, never failed to find food and shelter
if be sought it at his bands, and he was
at home at the bedside of the sick, and
Selighted in all kinds of neighborly
)tfiees. He had borne adversity bravely
and enjoyed prosperity quietly. He had
.iled the various relations of life, as
-on, husband, father, brother, friend,
md filled them well-who can do more?
At all times, under all circumstances
he walked in the well beaten path of
:iehteousness and when fully conscious
hat he was nearing the last of earth,
be was fully impressed with the idea
that at the end of time eternity began.
mad that bright faith which sustained
luring those trying hours of suffering
would only grow brighter and brighter
s he journeyed toward the Infinite,
mad the final gloom of death be dispell
d by radiance of God's love. Could all
live the just and up-right life Mr
Sprott lived, and die in his trusting
faith, death could no longer be called
the "King of Terrors," for he inspired
no terror there. The dying man and
surviving family looked forward with
,he same eye of faith to the brighter
future where this temporary separation
would end in an eternal reunion.
The body was brought to Manning
Dn the ten o'clock train this morning
and taken to Jordan, where the funeral
services will be held tomorrow at 11
Mr. Sprott leaves a wife, several
children, two brothers, and a host of
friends to mourn his demise. as he was
loved by all who knew him. We extend
our heartfelt sympathy to the bereav
ed family, as none but those who have
sat in the shadow of a great bereave
ment can justly weigh such a sorrow as
this. But let's remember that dark
ness preceeds the dawning, and out of
the blackness of the night comes the
sunshine and joy of the day. And so
From the beauty of his life take an in
spiration and go forth to live as he did,
so that when the summons comes yo'
may say as be did, "all is well."
The officers of the Clarendon County
Fair Association, met on Sa'ird 'y
%arch the 4th in the court ho,. - t
anning. President W. T. P. . tt
alled the meeting to order, aLer
which followed several very interest
iug discussion The association is
ftarting in time this sear to prepare
for the coming fair. Rev. L B. Mc
Cord, Miss Corine Barfield and Mr. S
D. O'Uryan, were appointed on a com
nittee to solicit advertisement for the
remium list book. This committee is
lo make a report at the next meeting,
which will be held in the court house
in Tuesday April the 11th The fol
owing resolution was offered and unan
mously adopted at this meeting: "The
executive committee of the Clarendon
.our.- Fair Association desires an ex
Tres .a from the people all over the
sunty upon the selection of a flower to
:e designated as "the Emblem Flower
>f Clarecdon County." The object of
be committee is to have prizes offered
for the most perfect specimen, or spec
mens of such flower exhibited at our
manual fair." The flower decided up
)y will be announced not later than
April the 15th. The committee will
idopt the flower recommended by the
;roatest number of votes or petitioners
Address all communicatins to Mrs. A be
Levi, Superintendent Flower Commit- !
eeof the Clarend-on County Fair As-'
ociation. This meeting of the associa
.ion was perhaps the most interesting
mad enthusastic meeting that we have
-ad, every one present expressed the
etermination to have a greater fair
The regular meeting of the Civic
.eagne will be postponed until Mon
ay March 20th and 21st, the League
ill have as its guest, Miss Var.Buren
>f 'Vashington, D. C , who comes un
ler the auspices of the American Civic
Miss VantBuren has already visited a
mmber of cities and towns in the
tate, and has left in her wake renew
d enthuisasm and activity in Civic im
Five lectures will be given by Miss
VanBuren during her stay of tr:O
lays in Manning
On Monday at 1 p. in., the pupils of
he High school will be addressed on
'Practical Citizenship," and the lower
trrades on Tuesday at 9 a. in., on "A
3ov I know and his T.>wn."
Theso lectures will be given at the
;chonl house, and are open to anyone
t'ho ~ay desire to be present
Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. at the
Gasonic Hall, all members of the
.eague are urged to be present to
neet Miss VanBuren, who will addrass
he members on -'Practical Civics for
ractical Women." At the close of
his address the League will hold an
Monday night at 8:d0 o'clock, at the
chool house, Miss VanBuren will
~peak to the Town in a stereopticon
ecture. and to this the public gener
dly are invited.
Tuesday afternoon at 4:30 p. mn., the
,eacers o~f the county, as well as Man
3ini, are invited to hear Miss Van
uren on "The Teaching of Civics."
nyone interested will be welcomed at
his meeting. The League has under
aken this project at considerable ex
ense, and earnestly hopes that the
own people will co-operate to the ex
,ent f lending their presence at these
We feel that this is an opdortunity
t'hich is being offered, and will reflect
treat discredit upon our town if it is
'ot accepted with euthusiasm.
You occasionally see it stated that
oids do not result from cold weather.
['hat is rank foolishness. Were it true
:olds would be as prevalent in midsum
ner as in midwinter. The microbe
,at causes colds fi< ruishes in damp,
told weather. To get rid of a cold
ake Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
t is effectual and is highly recomn
nended by people who have used it
or many years as occasion required.
Lud know its real value. Obtainable
tvery where-A dv.
The following is a list of subjects fo::
omo~iion on which the Poultry Clu >
n mber-s are offera.~ prizes of fine eggs:
1. Why I keep Plvmouth Rocks.
2. Wvndottes best fo'r the farm.
3. .\y~ favorite chickens, R. I. Reds.
4. Orpingtons for the horne flock.
5. Lerzhoras for egg productioD.
6. My favorite breed of chickens.
7 How I started in poultry work.
8. Best method to follow in raising
9. The story of ho~w I raised chickens.
10 Why I joiued the poultry work.
Te teachers are asked to call the
Lttemion of the club members to these
acts, to make the compositions a parrt
f the school work, to grade all comn
Ositions and send Miss Katherine M.
'chardson, Manning, S. C. She will
aspect and forward to Mr. C. C. Cleve
and. Poultry Husbandmnan at Win
h iop College.
Tose competing must have comn
msitins written, corrected and sent
>v Aril 1st, in order to get prize eggs
.d hiave chickens hatched off in ti'ne
o grow them properly for the coming
Bulletins No. 585, 51 and 562 give
xcellent help on these subjects and
nay be obtained from Miss Richard
best Line of
prices are ti
a farmer al
just what S
are always :
We have Just
Received another big shipment of
boy's knee pants. They are going at
45c, 75, 95 to $1.45. All sizes, 4 to 18.
Joseph M. Chandler, Sumter. S. C.
Pure Blood White Wyandotte Eggs,
81 00 for 13. W. S. Plowden. D
We Will Continue
Our big pants sale for Friday and in
Saturday of men's dress ,and work P
pants. Prices from 92c, $1.48, $1.95 to di
3.46. See our window display. All 15
sizes 80-30 to 44-32. Satisfaction guar- t
anteed or your money back. Joseph C
M. Chandler, Sumter,.S. C. ty
For Sale -500 bushels selected Dixie
Blyth proof Cotton Seed at $1.00 per
bushel. J. H. Rigt;.
We Make Our Bow to r4
Spring and to the ladies and gents b
and boys of Clarendon, with styles in K
:lothing to please the men and boys. Is
Nien's suits from $7.50 to $2500. and R
,he great Styleplus only $17 00. s'me of
p: ice the world over. Joseph M. of
uandler, Sumter, S. C. H
I have added some very fins cows to '
myherd, and am now prepared to farn
ish milk in quantities of one quart or
more delivered. Fairview Dairy, .
A. I. Barron, Pro p.
Stop and Think
How much you can save on your
spring suit by wearing Stylephus. Ev- C
ery suit guaranteed or a new one for to
it. Only $17.00 Jose ph M. Cfiandler. Ia
sumter, S. C. '.u
We will hack you ina permanentand oz
very profitable business of your own pi
elling our guaranteed Sanitary Brush pi
is. North Ridge Comnpany,
Freeport, Illinois. 'P
Sign of Good Digestion.
When you see a cheerful and hap~py
yd lady you may know tha, she has K
rood.digestion. If your digestion is w
mpaired or if you - do not relish your la
:neals take a dose of Chamnberlain's we
rablets. They strengthen the stom- it,
ich, improve the digestion and cause b<
i gentle movement of the bowels. Ob- iv
;ainable every where-Adv. w
SesChamps Favors County to County Circus.f
he Manning Times: anig .cI
It is with great pleasure that I tb
leclare myself heartily in favor of the ge
>otinuing of our county-to-county-camn
aign meetinsts. I regard them as the yo
ost thoroughbly Democratic fea~ture of
>ur State polities. To discontinue
~hem would be an irreparable loss to
she'great masses oj our State.
I See no reason why we should con
lem and discontinue the ciouds because
ccasionally a few hail stones fall with
:he refreshing rain. I am for contin- e"
Sing the county-to-county-campaign. f
Tbis is matter upon which I believe .
very candidate in the State should gi
:early express himself, and as a can
lidate for Governor -I take pleasure,
with your permission, in doing so
hrough your columns.
J. M. DesChampi.
Honor Rol-Sammy Swamp Sc hool. di
Average monthly report of pupils at- Si
ending the Sammy Swamp school. at
8th Grade-Rufus Thigpen 91, Aline ul
Corbet 91. g
6th Grade -Moultrie Thigpen 81Br
ba Thigoea 90. -
4sh Grade-Beulah Tnis pen 8 9, e
'rank Scurry 91. Hughie Scurry 89.
'urman Corbess 89. o
3rd Grade-Jessie Seurry 89, Pearl li
rhigpen 88, Geneva Cor-bess 88.
2nd Grade-Inez Suure-y 91, Tnoula
Leulah Thigpen and Fe-ar.k- Se irry D
ave made heal mnrcs in spellin!
luring shs moath. 4
IT BEATS THE
"PRIE OF CIlR[NON FLOR"
is daily growing in demand. e
Its fine flavor and exquisite
quality is convincing. There
are peopic whbo will tiot have
any other kind.
We will be mixing this p
delicious product into self- .
rising flour soon.
Get it at the Mills or from ~
first-class flour dealers.
one of the :
Seeds in Ma
ie lowest. I
I of my life,
eeds are the
afore can gin
Lee. Come t(
er our Line (
P. CREECV. Proprietor
he State of South Carolina,
County of ClaIrendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
NOTICE OF SALE.
. Moses Plaintiff,
aniel Eugene Turbeville, Alonzo
Smith. .Yames P. Turbeville and
Thomas Turbeville. Defendants
Under and by virture of A Judge
ent Order of the Court of Common
leas. in the above stated action to me
rected. bearing date of S-pr.emher
15, -I will sell at public auction.
the highest bidder for casn at the
urt House at Manning in said 'oun
within the legal hours for judicial
les, on !ionday tie 3rd, day of April
16, bei ..t sales day, ihe following
All that tract of land lying, being
d situate in Clarendon County, State
South Carolina, containing one hund
d and twenty-five (125) acres, more
less, and bounded as follows: North
lands of W. J. - Buddln and of W. F.
ush. formerly of Ehza Coker, East by
nds of W. R. Coker and of Jos
rheeler and by lands now or formerly
estate of J. E Beard, South by lands
estate of Gamble and of estate of
udson. said described tract of land
ing all the land of which W. T
reich died seized and is known as
the Welch place."
Purchaser to pay fo-- papers. -
E. B GAMBLE.
As Sheriff of Clarendon County.
Pursuant to ap order of the Probate
urt for Clarendon County, I will seh'
the highest bidder, for cash, at trh
te residence of Edith Capers, on Sit
-ay the 25th day of March 1916. at. 1
elock a. in.; the following person
-operty. One mule, one 1 horsie ws
, one lot hay and fodder, farm n-.:
iments and some other articles o
rsonlty. Alrie M. Rhatme,
:xville. S. C . March 7, 1916.
Au Idea! Spring Laxativa .
A good and time tried remedy is Dr.
in's New Life Pills. The first do,
[i move the sluggish bowels. stimu
e the liver and clear the system of
aste and bloo! impurities. You owe
to vuurself to clear the systemI of
>dy poisons. accumulated during the
nter. Dr. King's New Life Piils
tl do it.. 25e at your Druggist-Ade
M A CANDIDATE FOR THE OPFICE OF
supervisor. If you elect me. I will give all Oi
time to trie C>nty Will stay abrest or.
d if possible ahead ot the times. I will see
st all roads in every section of the Count~v
ts a square deal. I bedieve in progresslnor
ward and not backcward. Make~ the wors
ood as the best--and the best better Are
u with met
- J. E. KELLY.
How to Prevent Croup.
When the child is subject to attack,
croup, see to it theat he eats a lignh
'ening meal, as an overloaded stomh
h may bring on an attack, also ww ch
r the first symptomn-hoarsenes-. and'
e Chamberliins Cough Remedy ad
on as the child becomnes hoarse. Ob
inable every wbere-Adv.
Dangers of Drafts.
Drafts feel dest when we are hot and
rpiring, just when they are most
.ngerous and the result is Neuragia,
.if Neck, Sore Mu~cles or somembnes
attack of Rnt-umatismb. 1n suchl
ses apply Sloan's Liniment. It stim
ases circulation to the sore andl paini
pars. The blood flows freel. and
a Aort time the stiffness and pain
aves. Those sufferingr from Neural
a or Neuralgic Headache all fini
e or two applications of Sloatn's Liii
ent will give grateful relief The
onizing pain gives way to a tungliog
sation of comfort and warmth an"
e rest and sleep is pissible. Good
Neuritis too. Price 25c at your
.uggist-A d v.
Our Vijrrina-growvn Seed
orns have an established
eputation for superiority in
productiveness and germa
Wood's Descriptive Catalog
ells about the best of prize-win
ing and prcfit-making varieties in
both White and Yellow Corns.
We offer the best and most im-.
roved varieties, grown in sections
bsolutely free from boll weevil.
tur Catalog gives prices and infor
ation, and t- . about the best of
100-DAY VELVET BEANS, Soja
Beans, SUDAN GRASS, Dallis Grass
and all Sorrhums and Millets. .
Catalog mnailed free on request
SEFDS~idEt - Richmond,.Va.
nning. Our i
best for the
elected my a
re an abso
) see us.
>f Groceries -
STATL OF SOUTH CAROLINA :
County of Clarendon. of
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
By virtue of a Det-ree of the Court of C
Common Pleas for Clarendon County, at
in the State of South Carolina, in the f0
case of W. S. Man- ing aatr.st Clara S
Louise Coskrey and R. J. Coskrey, I ei
will sell at public auction to the high- J
est bidder at the Court House in Man- M
ninr. in the County of Clarend in, said
State. on salesda. in April, 1916, he- t.
in. the Third ia of said month. the m
folowing resl st.'te, to wit.: a
All that lot. of land in the Town of '
Summer-ton. Ciarendon County. in said E
State, fronting on \ain Street, contain R
ing one and on-half acre-s, more or
less, bounded on the North by land of
Mrs G. M. B-lser, East by Mrs M. A.
Richarosiro and lot of the Baptist E
Church. South by lot of the Baptist at
Church and Mali Street, and fromting
on Main Street one hundred and five ec
feet, and West by land of Clara Lao
Terms of sale cash, purchaser to pay
for papers. E B GAMBLE,
Sheriff Clare-ndo s County.
NOTICE OF SALE
BY TRUSTEE I.N BANKRUPTCY. T
In i.he District Court. of the United A
States. for the Eastern District of Soiuth
Iu the m-ttter of Jose~ph H. Hardy,
Pursiuanr ?onn Order of the ihovei
ourt miad-' hv Hoorile R J Kirk.
tefer.-e in B..nkruptcy. I, H I Eilerne
- Truiett-e io Btnkrupies of Josep~h H. 0
Iardyv, hankrup', will sell at pub c R
utiotn to the hit hest. bidder for cashJ, ec
n front of the Court House door, atI
\fainning, Claretndon County, said Starte, "s
on Monday the 3rd day of April, A. 0. at
1916. being s'tes lay, within the legal l'
hours fori judicial sales, the following d'
describe'd real est-ate: s
All that traet. oft land situated in Clar- a
-ndon Countyv. stat~e of S..uth Carolina,.
cot-ining one hu~ndred andi thirty- 10
two (1321:wmres. more or* les-, and houn- 'a
ded a, fojllows: North anic Norhbe'ast by 0r
lans . fro'e;-, or J1. H Mc~O.llutn: *f
Suth by Run of Newmaen's Branch, &
and We-st :i:.d Nr hweet ny lands ..f di
i'urbeville tud Li:ende-r. formerly of a
Mdntoshi. The~ tract of land intended
to be hereby conveyed to is all of the
itatc' o 1.srid conve'yed to said Joseph
H. H l d h R. S. FI--mmning by deed
recordleel ini ofice of Clerk of Court for
-aid County in boomt 2-8 on page 301
reference bt-ingz therento had
Also all that iot. of land and the im
irovemnents th-'re.m mn the villag
New Zion. Ciar-end ii County, Stat of
Suuih Car.linmt. conttituing one-third
of oine acrie, iore Utr ICes, an Iiiioundedd
as foliates: Nortin by land- of W E.ll
Lvender. Ea~t b oe publi. R.>td
known as the Mannitxs R->ad separa.,
ing said lot fr-sm sot. of. off-. & Ri4,b'.
South by oe Pudl.ingr Swamp Puolic
Road, and West by lands of the Newv
Zion School frustes
And pursuant to the furthers terms
and dire-ctions of satid order made by
said Referee I the said Trustee, wil
also seli at New Zion, in Clarendon
County, South Carolina, at public aue L
tion, to :,be highest mndder for cash, in 0
front of the storehouse formnerly- oc
cupied by Jos. ph H Hardy. beeweenF
the hours of three i'ciock P. M. an-i Fi
four-thirty i'clock P. M. on Monday Bi
A pril 3rdn, 1916 tue following described Oi
personal pr-operty: Di
Opt-n accounts due to th.- said Jos- Ci
eph H. Hardy, Bankrupt, amounting Gs
to the sum of appioximately .Tweut>- Si
one Hund red and Eleven and eieht--e' Cl
cets Doliars andi al,o -all housemo d E2
good, and furniture and farming impie
mets and vehicles of samid isankrupt 01
and also stock of goods and lixtures in
stoe of said bauiruot. at New Zion, in
said County and State, and also any
other prsonalt of the saiU Bank rupts
estate whether or not hi-rein partieu- Ca
larly descr-ibed. H. I. ELLERBE. Su
As Trusts-e in Bankruptcy of the Es- U
tte of Joseph H. Hat-dy, Bankrupt.
TATE OF SOUTH CARDLiNA,
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
H. Lesesne, Plaintiff,
E. Wilkins, and M. E. Joy, Defend- ;
By virtue of a Decree of the Court
Common Pleas for Clarendon Coun
, in the State of South Carolina, in
e above stated action, to me directed,
aring date of February the 12th, 19
, I will sell at public auction, to the
chest bidder for casb, at the Court
ouse at Manning, in said County,
itbin the legal hours for judicial sales
i Monday the third day of April, 1916
Bing sales day. the follo- .ig describ
All that certain piece, parcel or tract
land lying, being and situate in the
own of Manning. County of Claren
>n, State of South Carolua,*contain
g two cres more or less, and tunded
follows, North by Weinber a land,
at by A. C. Wilkins land or Street,
utb by D. M. Bradham or Cemetery
greet or Avenue, and West by lot of
cIntosh, Allsbrook and D. M. Brad
m. and shown in plat of nine lot
adeby E. J Brown.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. 'AlBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
tate of South Carolina
County of Clarendon.
COUTR OF COMMON PLEAS.
be Sumter Trust, Company, Plaintiff.
,ice Robinson, or Roberson. Defend
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A
idgment Order of the Court of Corn
on Pleas, in the above stated action.
me directed, bearing date of March
h. 1916, 1 wil; sell at public auction,
the higbest bidder, for cash, at Clar
)don Court' House, at Manning, in
,id couty, within the legal hours for
dicial sales, on Monday, the 3rd day
April, 1916, being salesday. the
llowing described real estate:
All that tract of land in Clarendon
ucnty. said State, containing sizty
,res more.or les<, bounded now or
rmerly as follows, North by lands of
S. Stone, East by lands of Alice Rob
son or Robinson. South by lands of
Lek Geddings, and West by lands of
Also that tract of land in said Coun
and State, containing twelve acres
ore or less, and bounded or formerly
foliows, North by lands of S. S.
one. East and South by lanasof Riley
iwards. and West by lands of Alice
nbinson or Roberson
Also all that tract of land containing
r acres and -bounded now or formerly
follows, North by Curkolds Branch.
ist by lauds of Alice Roberson, South
rd West by lands of J. Brown. all Ie
>ove less fifteen acres thereof convey
[ by Alice Roberson to Saley Stukes.
Purchaser to pat for papers,
E. & GAMBLE,
Sherig Clarendon County.
TATE OF SOUTH CA1OUNA,
County of Clarendon
COURT OF COMi1ON PLEAS.
he Sumter 'rust Company, Plaint-iff,
lice Robinson or Roberson,Lular(Cony
ers. Lyrke's Robhinson. Samuel Rob
inson, Zebra Robinson, Olive Robin
son, Hesekisah Robinson, Beals Rob
inson and Taimadge Robinson, also
sometimes called Roberson, Defend
NOTICE OF SALE.
Under and by virture of a Judgment
eder of the Court of Common Pleas.
the above stated action to me direct
,bearing date of March the 6th 1916,
wil: sell at public auction, to the hig',
t bidder-for cash at the Court House
Manningz in said County, within the
ga hours for judicial sa~es on Mon
sY thi- 3rd day of April 1916, beine
les day, the following dlesc.ribed real
All that certain tract of land situated
Clarendon County. and State. con
icing fifty :cres, and bounded now
formertly as follows, North ny land,
S. S. Stne East by lands of Rilet
wards, Sou..' by landis ot~acr'G-ad
ng... West by lands of Jerry Robiu
. somnet.imes called Roberson.
Parchaser to pay for paper
E B. GA MBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.'
S T ATEMEN T
OF THE CONDITIONS OF 1'HE
ME BAN AND 1RHS1 CG PNT
Located at Manning, S. C.,
AT THE~ CLOSE OF BUSINESS
MARCH 7, 1916.
ans and discounts..... 88645 42)
rerdrafts..... .... ........625 92 1
>ds and Stocks owned by
the Bank .....................
irniture and Fixtures..2.883 94
mfkins~ House............ 5.595 42
,er Real Estate owned. .. ....
e from Banks and Bankers 11,342 19
irrencv. ................ 838 00)
,ld ..................... 187 50 1
eer and other minor coin 325 64
c~ks and can items... 2,421 59
::hanges for the Clearing
her Resources, viz.........6570 I
Total.... ........ .... .$112,931 32 n
pital Stock paid in.... 19350 00
rplus Fund............... 3,750 00 2
idivided Profits lesas Cur
rent Expenses and Taxes - ,2
Paid.. .. ............ .54 1
te to B-.. ta --' Rnrkers.......... s
idene Unpaid. ........... .7 0
...t e..... .......... 61377 800
vings Deposits.. .... ... 10218 86
mandi Certificates of De
posit.... ...----....---. ------.
me (ert.iieat,-s of Deposit........
rtifie<: Checks. ..........
~.hier's. tt.vcns.............284 45
,tes and Bills Redaiscouted 6.382 00
lls Pyale,includin2 Cer
tifat es for Money Bor-1
rowed .. ............... 10,000 00
her Liabilities', viz........ek 00 a
otal.... ...............112,931 32 0
ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,.. al
COUNTY OF CL.sNoN , - h;
Before me came T. M. Wells. Cashier ti
the above named bank,. who, being E
1 sworn, says that the above and
egoing statement is a true condition
said bank, as shown by the books of
d bank. T. M. WELLS, .T
;worn to and subscribed before me
s 14th day of March, 1916.
L. s.] W- C. PLOWDEN, y,
Notary Public. ra
BARLTON DURANT, : 2
stopped Most Teribl e Suf
Denison, Tezas. - "After my lttle
r was boratwo7ears agoIbegan suf
fering with female
trouble' and could
hardly d 'inywork.
was very 3evOus
but just kept drag:
ging on unti' last
summer when I go
my work. Iwould
have a chill every
day and hotfashes
and dizzy spells and
Mm my head would al
nost burst. I got wheraI was almost
walwgskeleton andlifewas aburde
a me until one day my husband'te
istertold my husbandif he-did- not do
omething for me I would not last long
pound forme, and after taking the frat:
ree doses I began to improve. con
inned its use, and Ihave never tsapy
female trouble since: I feel thatLowe
ny life to you and your remedese
lid"for me-what doctksa c t4g;
aid .I winll poesi
go."- sG. 0.? ws
terey Street Den
If yotrare sff, rQ$ a
fnale Ills, get a bottle of " j ii ;;
Pinnkam's Vegetable' Compound, and
momeneethe tr eet wiUtdlaY _
)f The Successful Busi'
sa good one to follow; you can~t;
r wrong if jou walk in--his footsteps.
qo man of amfrs today is withour
rommercial bank account; no businss
soweve'r small, can afford to be withui
e. If you have not an account, gt i.:
ine for success by opening one with
ROme Bank hid TruitC6"
the Staed "ot aoia
County of Clarendon.
COURT OF COMMON PLE A5.
W. C. Davis and J. A. Weinbergy, Plain
lharles Adger, Roberti Adger, Japans
Adwer, Amy Bowsm.&, Martha Adger,
Baide Adgcer, Johnnie Adger, Ani
Adger, CandIay A'iter, Mitch Adger, -
Warenton Adger; Rufus Adger,9Dozly
A dger. Carrie Ads'er, Sallie .Adger,
Rosa Dieksen, Florence Batler, Pluck
nety Green, Annie Johnsion,Isom Greess
Plummer' Smyth, Gadeden Smitsh,
Disy Beiser, Bttit Adger and Jobtn
Copy Summons For Relief.
To The Defendants Above Namied:
Yoin are hereby Summoned aud re
nfred toanswer the Aomzplaint, :u this
*tion, of which a copy is herewith
eved upon you, ann to serve a copy of
our answer to trie said. co)mlainfT, on
he subseribers at their olfiee as. Man.
ingr, S. C., withi.o twenty days after
he service thereof, exclusive of the day.
f such service; and if you-fail to answer
hecomplaint within the time afore
atid, the -plaintiffs in this action wHil
.ply to the Court for the relief de
naadedl in the comnpiaint.
Dated February 18th, A D. 1916.
J. W. WiDEMAN,
o The Defendants Batide Adger, John
ie .Adler, Rosa Dickson, Daisy Belser
ud John Adger and to Sallie Adder
VitO whom the ifant defendant John
YOU WILL TAKE NOTICE that
n~e suummons, C2omiaint and Notice
r the appointm-nt of a guardian AD
JTEM in the auove entitled action
as been flied in the offle of the Clerk
Court fur Clare~ndon County.
J. W. WIDEMAN,
'ebruary 23rd, 1916.
County of OIarendon.
ly James Mf. Windham, Esq., Probate
IHEREAS, Atnie E. Epps made
Iait tonie, to)grant b,-r Letters of Ad.
sinistration of the E'atate an-: Effeets of
saniel E. Epps
Th-se' are th--refore' to cite - and ad
ionsh all and singular the kindred
n Creditors of the said D~niel E.
ps, deceased, that they be
ad appear before me. in the t'ottro of
'obate, to be he~d at Miannig obhtbe
l day of March. next. after pub
caion hereof, at 11 o'cloc:k in the -
>recm, to show ccuwse. if any they
ae, why the s:did Admi.,tration
v.u:d not he granrted
Given under my hand thi- 1-t. day
JAM E~S M WINDH AM,
AL] Judge of Prob ate.
Notice of Election.
Pursuant to OrderofO Cu..eil an elec
en pill be held in 'he Town of Man
ng. S. C., on the 10th day of Aptil
16, (same being the st.cond Monday )
elect a Mayor and six Alderman for
term if two years, also one mem ber
Pblic Work Commission for six
ars. Election will be held a<t the
own Hall. Polls will open at 7a.
d close at 4 p. m. Th- folkIwing
te been appointed ma'.azers of elee,.
on. S. J. Bowman, E. B. Brown and,
March 9, 1916.
A. C. BRADHAM,
.M. WELLS, Mayor,.
Drve Out Malaria
And Build Up Tb. System
ie the Old Standard GROVE'S
LSTLSS chill TONIC. You know
et you are taking, as the fonmula is
ited on every label, showing it in
dnine and Iron in a tatls+
te inine drives out