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According to b
future. Right in the f
yards. 5 and 10c. valt
Made of Blue Amosk<
colors, 60c. value, We
Our Sale Price,
We will Reduce
Che iEning times
Publishes All County and Town 0
MANNING. S. C.. A PRIL 26, 1916.
STQON WRAPP ED CAKES
7% iey 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."
Go see "Cousin Isabelle'' tomnorrc
Mrs. Maria Brown has returned fro
a visit to relatives in Kingstree.
Dr. G. L. Dickson was in Columb
Monday on professional business.
The high winds last Sun day "show<
up" the Easter frocks to perfection.
Miss Alexander of Virginia is vhis
ing the family of Mr. G. H. Huggir
Mrs. A. H. Breedin returned hor
Monday night from a visit to Charesti
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Harvin of Sumt
county visited relatives here this wee
Miss Margaret Scott of Greenville
yisiting Miss Lt-cy Johnson in Ma
What some women can't find to we;
these days is quite too abbr-eviated
wear at all.
Mrs. Andrew Blackman was tak,
to Columbia Monday to undergo a ye
Mrs. Amanda Hiarvin and liti
Stephen of Charleston spent Sund
Maj. and Mrs. Abe Levi and Y
and Mrs. Leon Weinberg spent Sund;
MisMary Trot and Mrs. Simmnons
PGeorgetown are in Manning. visiti
their sister Mrs. Frank Barron.
The Men's Bible Class of the Pn
byteriani church wili give their- annt
fish fry tomorrow afternoon at Martu
Dr. and Mrs. Claude Breedlin of A
derson are in Manning visiting tho
paents Capt. and Mrs. A. H. Breed.
to reduce our
o put on this
we cut price
could not beg
?st market information Lace mus
ace of this. We will sell during 1
es at 3 yards for
is' Work Shirts.
ag Chambray and guaranteed, faE
can give you any size, Removal Sal
ble Oil Cloth.
l over the world at 20c. the yr<
and Tin War(
'The card of Theodore Gray for c ar
*oner. the present incumbent, will be
found in this issue, asking for re-elec.
We heartily approve of the shor1
skirt. It is unmistak ably sanitary anc
remarkably refreshbin.2 to the masco
line ey e.
The pi ty to be dived tomrrOwT nigh
in the scimOl auditorium, is for
woth ause, and wehope therewi
be a full house.
All of the clubs in the county me
last Saturday and elected delegates t.'
the county convention which meets i!
Marnnng May 1st
Mr. Bcrt Haredwick of Kintzstret
spent Surnday iu Mlannine'. Mr. Hard
wiek is a mute and~ is -employed on thi
We unintentionally omitted the
name of Mrs. T. M. Moazon and he1
committee last week in the write u;
of the civic league meeting, therefert
we mrake this correction.
In this issue we publish the card u1
Mr. Calvin J. Haley, for county super
visor. Mr. Haley is a prosperou:
farmer, a good business man andi
member of the board of county com
Alcolu and Summerton played :
same of basketL." in the latter tow'
vsterday afternt , n:! Aleolu wvo'
1 to 6.'omn h h N all fellou
of the automobile ant .as lost, tii
tinder will please notif. M1iss Ailee'
Howle at Alcolu, or leave at this olliee
Died last Friday at his home ir
.Paxville, Mr. Henry Brown, and thy
~funeral took oiace in the Brown fami
w burying ground on Saturday. Th,
deceased was 47 years old, and is sur
vived by a widow and several chili enf
He was also a brother of Mr. E. B
Brown of Manning.
a IClerk of Court Barron received:
telephone metssage from (iover ou
Muuning Saturday morning. stauin
dthat he would neitheri sign or veto th
auto tax for Clarendon, but would hokt
'it up until the next session of the leg
t isature. Thus ends the much dis
s. cussed tax, for a while at least.
e We call special attention to the hal
)O page ad.. of the 5-10) 25 eents store u!
this issue. This is a big remnoval sale~
r and there will be great indutcements I
everybody. Abuut the first of ,1lt
this concern will be in their hands),m,
is new quarters. next to the Peole
a- bank, and to keep from moving th
stock, it will be sold at a sacriflee.
We call the attention of council one
more to the scarcity of water for th
accommodation of the public. Witi
all our waterworks, drinking water cai
onv be had by going at least a oloei
front the business centre, and thiei
getting the water from a waste pip.
le of at nrivate well. The old pitche
pmp in front of the court house i
supoJsed to be thc watering p'lae, bu
thiw is broken, and refuses to work
Water is a necessity, and we muns
IYesterday afternoon, two colore'
fboys, Georide Allen and Charlie Frier
'son, brothers, and bothm ex-conv icts
had a didieuitv in front of the colorei
radedl schoOl, and tihe result was
s- iCharie put a 32 pistol ball in George
al which killed him instantly. Franb
ms King, a colored deputy, had the mnur
derer in jail in just a few minutes aftA:
the killing, anid (harlie wi I remah'
a- there until the- next term o or
di where he will face the chatre o
stock before a
Great Sale. VW
s to the QUIC
fn to mention 1
I the items be]
t advance in the nearI
his Sale thousands of W
t Hundreds of Washable and
e at 25c. each, Removal Sale:1
I I Ladie's Was
IBeautifully made, all st3
'Cloth, Romine Linen. Cor
Values. Removal Sale Price
We will'Reduce Price
fact is, Our Store will be f
We really are hankering after a rep.
as a diplomat of first magnitude, so
-here's one for your consumption. A
huslty old fire-eater about sixtyv winters
voung stormed into our editorial stunt
factory the other day with the avowed
purpose of using our sacred person as a
dster-a' door mat-i. e., to lick us.
BIt we dtdn't want to be licked. Hurts
toon much, and is detrimentali t-o maseu
line charms. So we temporized, comn
promised, bamboozleized, laid it all
over the duffer. We comnplimented
him on growing younger every day, on
the erectness of his carriage, on the
surightliness of his movements, on the
nagnetic power of his hypnotic eyes.
Told him we caught a hummer of a
voung chicken casting longing glances
at his noble person on the street. It
tickled him. We poked him slyly in
the ibs, winked, and-more tickle.
H-3 forgot to liek us. acknowledged
that we are half human, and paid us
$4 00 he owed. Now we -are tickled.
too. You try it next.
The follo wing is the progran:~ of the
Wesley Adult Bible Class Federation,
Jwraan charre, Union church, Wilson,
Sunday, April 30, 1916:
-10:30 a. m. Devotional services and
object of federation, by Rev. W. 0.
10:43 a. m. Hy mn No. 2.
10:50 a. mn. From Simon to Peter
1 - C. M. Hurst.
11:30 a. m. institute work.
11:50 a. m. Bible class plans. By
Hon. Charlton DuRant.
12.0a. m. Appointmnent of committee
.aym eoina evcsRv
W. B. Duncan.
:15 p. m. Our ignorance of the Bible
WV. C. Davis.
-3:55 p. m. Hymn No. 317.
4:00 p. m. Or-ganization of classes
- H. C. Haynesworth.
4:43 p. m. Repor-t of committees and
election or officers.
L. M. Galloway, chairman, Dr. R.
'. Br-oadway, H. C. Cousar. J. E.
Notice-Basket, dinner will be served
on ihe church grounds.
Turbeville Home Demonstration Club.
The Home Demonstration Club held
its regular monthly meeting Thursday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. H
A f:cr the usual opening exercises,
roll was called, the ladies answering
with aipnropriate recsponses. On ac
count of the absence of the secretary
Miss Pe-arlc Wheeler, the reading of
the minutes was omitted.
A business meeting was held and
1election of officers was in order. The
eection; wer-e: president, Mrs. Dan
Tubleville: vice president, Mrs. W. H.
Casine: secretary and treasurer-, Mrs.
W. H. Woods.
The subject of our discourse for the
aferinoon was Food Principles and
Classficationl. After short readings
by sever-al of the lad Miss Richard
son, the county agent gve us a very
interesting talk on the subject and in
her- talk she impressed us with the
imprtance of the child's lunch box;
what it should contain and how packedr
lutatig by packing a well prepared
lunhin ma sanitary lunch box, includ
ing ai little model fireless cooker for
thi-vs hot or cold, that th6 child might.
Oui subject for the next meeting is
veetabies and fruits. The club was
dimed with the Mizpah benediction
t.2journog to meet ag un in four weeks
a' the homne of Mrs. D. E. Turbeville.
~e move into
re have alwa:
K. SALE BI
Special, 10 A. M. Sati
will sell big lot White Covered I
These wonderful values are no
Silk Ties, sold at most places
rles, mn White Pqiue. ,Waffne'
riuroy, Etc. $1.50 to $2.00
and Hosiery. ~
11 of Thousands of Bargai
"THE MOST P2PLA
Delegates to County Convention.
The following delegates were elected
by their respective clubs to represent
hem at the county con venion on May
Douglas J. M. Turbeville, W. J.
rurbeville, Di L. Green, D. E. Turbe
rille. E. A. Coke~r. Executive C~mmit
~eemnan, D. L. Gre~en.
Panola-A. E. Felder, Hueh Balser,
l. L~. Farey. Executive Committeeman,
W. Rl. Davis.
Alcol-L M. Jones, A. H. Reese,
.W. Perry, Executive Committeeman,
. S. Dickson.
Davis Stat~ion-JT. H. ,Horton, J. W.
Zhilders. Executive comnmitteeman, J:
New Zion-W. E. Fleming, W. D.
P~leminz, J H Hardy. Executiv'e Com-.
mitireeman, J. H DuBose.
Oak Dale-Marion Evans. Executive
Committeeman, A. C. DuBose'.
Gibbons M ill-C. K. Gibbons, R. P
Gibbons, David Beard.
Clarendon-Charlton DuRant, J. W.
Wideman. Executive Committeeman,
W. M. Plowden.
Midway-J. M. DuBose. H. M. Mc
[ntosh. Executive Committeeman, H.
Fork-E. D. Hodge, J. B. Brogd.on,
James Reaves. Executive Committee
ran. J1. M. Montgomery.
Bloomville--W. J. Bradham, C. H.
Baggett. Executive Committeeman,.C.
Harmony-Ben Hudnal, U. L. B.
Eodge. Junius Lowder. Executive Corn
mitteeman, A. G. White.
Davis Cross Roads-J. M. Davis, J.
Summerton-C. M. Davis. H. A.
Richbourg, W. H. Anderson, 0. C.
Sarborough, J. M. Plowden. Execu
ive Committeeman, C. M. Davis.
Farmers' Platform-I. I Appelt, A.
2Bradham. J. F. Bradhamn, J P.
seecy, E. B. Gamble, S. 0. O'Bryan.
Leslie Ridgill, D. R. Riser, M. N.
Riggs. J. M. Windham, B. A. Johnson.
Executive Committeeman, J. F. Brad
Manning-E C Horton, T F Coffey,
3 R Sprott, executive committeeman.
Foreston-S M Hlaynesworth, W T
P Sproitt, S M Hayneswort b, executive
For.eston R*form-W H Holladay,
I L Holladav, J E Richbourg, execu
Doctors Swam p-G G Frierson, A W
rames. I N Tobias, executive comn
Colored School Commencement.
The annual commencement of the
~olored graded school is now in session.
his school closes three weeks earlier
han week tan usual.
The oratorical prize contest :akes
lace tomorrow night. The gradu2.
ng exercises will be had on Friday
iight and the apnual religious services
f the school will be had in the cpapel
lunday evening 3:30 p. m.
Tie educational andress Friday night
ill be delivered by Prof. J. B~ Beck,
uperintendent of colored school at
3eorgetown. The annual sermon next
sunday afternoon will be delivered by'
ev, H. E Lewis of Davis Station.
The members of the class who will
leliver essays Friday night are: Lillian
E. Flemnming, subject, Home Influence
leah N. James, The negro 50 years
ence. Annie E. Witherspoon, Wo
nans' place. J. Cohen Walker, Pre
ro Drivo Out Malaria
And Build Up The Systemi
rake the Old Standard GR0VE'S 1
PASTLESS chill TONIC. You know a
rhat you are taking, as the formula is
rinted on every label, showing it 1s t
2inine and Iron in a tasteless form.
Che Quinine drives out malaria, the
our new han
is sold goods
; of Bargains
irday, Opening Day.
ishes, and PIure White Enamel Pa
iv on display in our Windows.
Boy's and Mens'
These Shirts will be all the
a complete stock of all sizes ani
$1.00 Palm Beach Shirts.
75c. Values, big assortm
50c. Values, big assortmi
We have a large Stock of Gi
brays, Poplins, Calicoes, Table'
sold below wholesale prices. Ci
Me wil! Reduce Prices on
s. Don't fortget, Sale be
STORE IN MANNING."
The le Klux Clan.
Clarendon, S. 0., April 22, 1916.
Ain't it- a strange way some folks ,
ave of thinking about. taikinir about,
magining about things that they don't,
no anything about until they con
nude that they know all about it, well
t, is sure just that way with some fel
lows around here ever since the big
how at, Sumter called the "Birth ofa
tio,i" especially about the Ku-Klux
part of it. Why sir, to hear some
ong fellows thast weren't born Ku
lux times spout, about them you
would think he was originator, comrn
ander andI chief controller of the
hole thine. I- would go a stilt of.
. K uniform, or disguises agraint :en
!d suan bonnt tha:. if he were to see a
iure enough Ku-Kiux that he would I
~rwl under his mamamy's b~ed and a
is prayers. I can rewnem'vr them Ior
saw them, am glad to say that they 1
tever troubled about me. I was on r
he kind of jkame they hunted, only tone a
apresor or dishonest folks had need
o fear thne K. K's. But sir, to see
fty or more horses all dIressed inwhee
itti big red eyes, big red mnouths th:LtJ,
ieem to spit fire, with lonig b!oady
naus and no tails, a.ud on each horse
. big, some awfully big man with big c
ed eyes, long bloody beird, si>me with ~
eads like a cow, rome like a huge
ard, some like a hog, some like a
jack-ass and other imitation, all with
ong white gowns stseaked with blood
Il moving along in the moon-light as
llent as the grave, for thbey were of
be "Silent Kongdom," a K. K was .
lever known to speak. I sa.. to hav'e
leen them would make you feel like1(
~rawne under y'our mammy's hoop ,
kirt much less -under her bed. So -
ust say to these know aius that there
s no history (except the or.gin) o'' the d1
u Kux, there was nothig wruiten E
rom which a record could be cathered,
rnly the klau organ:za~tion was allowed
rit~ten, all names in them were ficti
~ious, being names of birds, beasts and!
)ther things, and when the klans dk-.C
,anded all of these were destroyeu. '3
ny so-called history of the Ku-Klux
oore thban apt to be a fake, ad that
an be'bad must come from one tha.t C
ras there, and sad to say there is 1 -
ery few of them but haLve joined tu a
ure enough .::blent Kingdom."
The objecis of and workinus of the
u Klux is very interesting ais told t~o
ne by "Big Butiber" who:,e disgiis-s
bnd things I had found, but t-he tehl.i 2
as sure afttr I had been taken out to F
e swamp, t-keared to death, took an lh
'ath that.- s" orething fearful atd l
mamed -'Cat Owl" wo give yoiu all ofa
bis woold make this letter too long, if to
ever write it at all it wil be at It
Lnother i~ir.e. p<
Yours truly, .
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Clarendon,
James M. Windham, Esq., Probate
IHEREAS, Abe Levi mado
Tsuit to me, to grant him Letters of A d
ninistration of the Estate and Effects of
1. J. R. Corbett.
These are therefore' to cite and ad
aonish all and singular the kindred
nd Creditors of the said C. J. R.
~orbett deceased, that they be
d lpue:ur beror" m'e. in ty~e Court of
robae, to be held at, Manning on the
2th day of Miay. next, after pub
ication hereof, at t1 Q'clock in the
renoon, to ano-.' cause, if any they
ae, wny the said Administration
2ould not be granted.
Given under my hand this 22nd, day
f April A nno Domini 1916.
JAMES M. WINDH AM,
EAL Judge of Probate.
at a very sm;
we will offer, l
as at We have in Stock th<
from 5c. to 1'c. the yard.
go this season. We have
....... ...89c. as
nt. ... ....39c.
2ghams, Percales, Cham
loth, Etc., that will be
Mme and let us show you.
gins Saturday Morning, Af
AM A CANDIDATE FOR THE OFFICE OP
Suprvisor. If you elect me. I will give all orfp
l time to tonC C ,unty. WVill stay abrest or,
ad if possible ahead of the times I will see
a: all roaeds in every setion or the County ,
t a square deal. I believe in progressingf
rward and not back ward. Make the worse
good as the best-and the best better. A rc L
ou with mne
AM A CANDIDATE FOR THE OFFICE OF I
Supervisor for Ciarendon County. subject to I
S ruies or tiie Demnoera PrTi r.I
1U.k'TT THiE :-ULES OF TiIE DEM
) er.ui. P'ri~nay. ? hereby announce may
if < a candidata fir the Oftle of 'oroner for
'a rewto, n -ity. i am an ex-Canf,-derate
Q1.1'Cr an -' beinve that I ,:an disenare the
ines of Cior -r with honor to' maself and
I. N. TOB3IAS.
UBJECT TO THE RULES GOVERNING
the Democratic Primary. I here oy anno unce
ivself as a candidate for re-election to the
ifice of Cor -ner for Clarendn County.
I h-e disch irged the duries or Coroner up to
e present time as an hones: ma--i iad if the
ople think I am enti ed tc a second term and
-ct mec I shall thank them: if they elect some
ne else I shall b iw to th.: will of the petople
I thank yo-u for niakine mne yorr ('ora.nei to
i tr: n ndI ask your suppor t for an endors.e
ont of my first term I feel tta: I can dis
re the duties of Coroner for another term
!ttr than I did the first. 1
TrHEODoREi V. GRAY.
We r-h to annou .:e that we r-w r;~
ave in our- emtplov Mr-. Gar-and of
he Sumter Motor co., who is an cx-- i
er automoble n. add e->.es to tiis
For- R-nt-The ltist of .June the re-si
meec no-v occupie~- by Mr- T. L -sl e
g oal. W. P. Leg:.
Have your Eyes exaimin-d and lItted -
ith Glassesa 'y a et:ial O.:uis, frocm
. L. Hall Opticail Co., Norfolk, V-.
Vning's .Jewelry St..ru o:: .'day -
t. Qie iay onlv. All 1.ho ar-e in
rl of Glass~-s arei- nreety invited -oj B(
l and take' advantade of this exc.et
ia eng~alement. No ch:teg~e for e-x
'iia-oior., and onyfy reu.u- prie-s for i
aiss. Every pali- titred absolu ely go
ennt-ced to be a -eier-. ac
'ow To Give Quinirne To Children.
CBRILIN isthe trade-masrk name given to an p
iproved Quinipe. It is a Tasteless Syrup. ples.:- -
t to take and does not disturb the stom.r::h. p
:ildren take it and never know it is Qui:'cs. .
so especially adapted to adults who cano Wil
ke ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor
use nervousness nor ringing in the head. Try
the next time you need Quinine for any pur- 3
'se. Ask far 2-ounce original package. '.he
me FEBRIL.INE is blown in bottle. 25 cents.
OF ALL KI
'PHONE US F
ig, our Man
a.11 profit, bt
,29, AND W]
)Ut to give yo
)usands of yards of all kinds o
Our Sale Price will be...... .
Boy's Shirts C
Lm you can make them. All cols
Ice Tea Gla
You will have to come early t
rrels in stock. 60c. Values,
e will Reduce Prices on
Mrs. Jay McGee, of Steph
!enville, Texas, w-iies: 'For '
Snine (9) years. I sifiered with
womanly trouble. I had ter
Srible headaches. and pains in t!'
Smy back, etc. 11.seemied as if
I would die, I suffered so. At
Slast, I decided to try Cardui.
the woman's tonic, and it I
Shelped me zight away. The
full treatment notK only helped
Sme, but it cured me."
The Woman's Tonic
Cardui helps women in time
of greatest need, because it
contains ingredients wich act
specifically, yet gently, on the
vreakened womanly organs.
So, if you feel discouraged,
Sblue, out-of-sorts, unable to
do your household work, on
I accetnst of your condition, stop
v;'--ying~ and give Cardui a
ri.. a helped thousands .
' 3:;;n --wivy n:lc you? ?
T .y Card"i. E-71 j
~LL WEEVIL TO INFEST
ENTIRE COTTON SECTION.
Washington.-The boll weevil will
'est the entire cotton section of the
th before its progress is checked,
~ording to the report of a special
nmittee of the Chamber of Corn
rce of the United States just made
ttempts to destroy the weevil by
-aying and poisoning have met
h scant success because the weevil
'ee intc, the plant. The annual rate
advance is said to vary from 40 to
miles, according to copnditions.
u an idea.
rs and sizes. As long
get these. Only a few
and Fancy Work.
I WAT FEED TO GIE.
TO BREEDIN STOCK
Beef Cattle Fedl For Breeding
Purposes Need Tissue
In the management of beet cat
Me for breeding purposes, the object
: feeding is to develop the animal and
maintain vigor and tone. Therefore.
feed rations rich in tissue4building
materials, protein and ash. and avoid
feeding excessive quantities of fat-,
forming feeds. Below are feeding
hints for South Carolina cattle
Concentrates: Mix the feeds in
each group in proportions suggested
and feed as directed:
Group 1: Corn-and-cob meal or
ground barley or rice meal, 40 pounds; -
ground oats, 40 pounds; wheat bran,*
20 pounds. Ration: feed from 1 to
2 pounds of this mixture per 100
pounds live weight, exact quantity to~
feed depending on age, weight, and
Group 2: Corn-and-cob meal or -
ground barley or rice meal, S0 pounds-;
oats, 20 pounds; bran, 20 pounds; cot-)
tonseed meal, 10 pounds. Ration: as
in Group 1.
HEREFORD COW.-The Kind of Cat
tle It Will Pay to Feed and Breed.
Group 3: Corn-and-cob meal or
ground barley or rice meal, 40 pounds;
cottonseed meal, 10 pounds, bran, 50
pounds. Ration: as in Group 1.
Roughage: FeeJ from 5 to 8
pounds cowpea hay, clover, or alfa!
fa, and what crab grass or other hay
the animal will clean up. Stover
(corn fodder) and oat straw may be
used with the cowpea, clover, or al
falfa hay. Corn silage and roots,
such as beats, carrots, turnips, etc.,
are excellent feed., and, when avail
able, should make up a part of the
roughage, replacing about 6 pounds
of the dry roughage. Feed about 2
pounds of silage per 100 pounds live
Livestock need salt. Feed it in
small quantities at regular intervals
or put in a suitable box to which the
stock have continual access.
Good and abundant pasturage is
essential in economical livestock pro
duction. During the grazing season,
If pastures are good, cows and calves
need very little attention.
Pure fresh water should be avail
ale st all times. If not constantly
before the stock. it should be given
he at least twice daily and during
ht weather three :e daily.