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Many of t1
Rich Fabrics trimmi
vertable fur collars, feat
at prices ranging from 6
ie asuing times.
Publ$ihes All Count' and Town Of.
ficlal Ads :rtisements.
'dANNING, S. C.. SEPT. '7. 1916.
STONE WRAPPED 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."
Glean back yards indicate healthy
minds in the house. How is yours?
It pays to keep your eyes on two spots
-the advertising pages of this paper
and the stores of the merchants who
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Jordan who have
been visiting their parents in Man
ning. returned to their home in Den
The proceeds of the Pastime on Wed
nesday, October 4th. will go. to the
Civic League. A special picture will
be shown and a good crowd is hoped
Read the advertisements in this is
sue of the Wreck Store, O'Donnell and
Co., of Sumter, and be sure to see
their great fashion display next Thurs
Mr. H. C. Sightler- of Columbia has
accepted a position with the Harvin
Motor Co. Mr. Sightier is a first class
mechanic and comes highly recoin
There will be a hot supper given at
Big Branch school house Friday night,
September 29th for the benefit of the
school. Oy.sters and Barbecue will be
served. Public cordially invited.
Pinewood K. of P. Lodge No. 124,has
called in its next regular convention
night, which fell on October 4th, but
will meet in Special Page night Octo
ber 10th, Tuesday. All members are
urged to attend.
Dr. J. M. Buddin and Miss Marie
Turbeville, both of Turbeville, were
quietly married a;s the home of the
bride on Monday 18th. The happy
young couple are now boarding at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. McKinney. The
people of Timmonsville exte~nd to
them their most hearty congratulations
Next Sunday will be ''Every Mem
ber Day" at the Methodist church.
The effort will be to get every mem
ber of the Sunday School to be present
. at 10 a. in.. and to get every member
of the church to be present at 11 a. mn.
Good music will be a part of the prc
pram. Heads of families are urged to
bring the entire household.
Mr. N. W. Britton, of the Brogdon
n eighborhood, died today about 12:30
-o'clock of apoplexy. His death was
unexpected and a great shock to his
family and friends. He is survived by
his wife and six children. The funeral
services and interment wili be held at
11 o'clock tomorrow, Friday, morning
at ts, Davis burying ground near
On Thursday the fourth, Sumter
will have a great fashion show, some
thing that is out of the ordinary in this
part of the State, and we hope -Claren
don will have a goodly number at this
display. -Read the big ad., in this is
*sue of Jos. M. Chandler, inviting you
to see his latest creations, and when
up there~give him a call. Mr. Chand
ler is well known all over our county
for his straigh t business methods, and
when he sells you an article, you know
what you are getting.
The people of Pinewood are very
much interested in an address on St.
Mark's Episcopal church, which will
be delivered in that edifice on Sunday,
-October 8th, at 11:30 o'clock, by Prof.
J, . Nelson Frierson of the University of
South Carolina. This church is lo
c~ ated in the sand hills about four- miles
west of(Pinewood. This lecture on the
founding and growth of that parrish
*famous in its section of the State, will
be very interesting, and its friends
about Pinewood extend-a hearty invi
tation to the public to be there at that
.ceable for Fal
; and Waists.
i for autumn ar
1. Jackets are
Le seams are fil
-prised at the
ad in Furs-Cloth Coats with con
during the new lines and drapings
10 to $20.
Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook and Miss Lucile
Aisbrook have returned from New y
York after several weeks absence at- C
tending the National Educational As- n
sociation and the Columbia University lo
;ummer school, and will open the col- C
lege preparatory school Monday. Fifty g
thousand teachers were enrolled at the h
N. E. A. and over eight thousatil at n
the summer school. Mrs. Alsbrook N
,ook the Palmer method of basines b
enmanship course, which she will lI
,each.-Spartanbur, Herald. I
A party of citizens from Manning
ill go to Santee next Monday to inves
gate some means of making a cross
ng over the river. These gentlemen
ill be accompanied by a surveyor and
vill go over the ground thoroughly in
rder to make an inte'"ent report as
:o the cost of such a cr. - 2. Afterj
his is done a proposition w. then be
nade to the adjoining count ;. This
.vil be a great convenience to the
raveling public, and will put us with
n about eighty miles of Charleston. as
t is now, we must go about two hund
red miles to get to this city.
The case of Willie Bethune which
ias been in the courts for so many
pears, seems to have come to a close at
ast. This negro has cost Clarendon
,ounty several thousand dollars. He
was charged with the murder of Mr.
3. B. Mims, tried and convicted, but !
yn account of the great legal talent he
ngaged to defend him, they have been
ble to keep it in the courts for years.
Ee being sentenced to die about seven
imes, and each time he evaded the
leath sentence, but last week, after his
attorney's were granted a change of
venue, the case was beard before a
[ee county jury, and these twelve men
;ustained the verdicts of all former
juries by convicting Bethune of murd
r in the first degree, and bringing to
close one of the longest and most
bard fought cases in the history of the
:ounty. Judge Prince sentenced Be
thune to be electrocuted October 27
One thousand bushels of the 3.0003
bushels of winter oats appropriated by jE
:ongress for distribution among the
lood sufferers of South Caroiina have ts
trived in Columbia and two more car
oads are enroute. The variety is the I
Texas red rast-proof. \V. W.- Long, I
lirector of the extension departmentb
>f Clemson college has designated F. G Io
rarbox as distributor. Nineteen coun- f
ties will participate in the distribution s~
f the oats. They are: Geqrgetown, '
Berkley. Charleston, Clarendon, Sum- c
ter, Lee, Darlington, Dillon, Horry, i
Marion, Marlboro, Chester, Chester
feld, York, Rictiland, Lexington, Wil
liamsburg, Kershaw, and Lancaster.a
Each county will receive approximate
v 16i5 bushels. The oats' will not be
iistributed indiscriminately, but only
to those in needy circumstances. Mr.
Tarbox will co-opera'e with C. H.I
Jones and Pierre M1azyck of the lood
relief committee in the distribution of r
the seed. Owing to the lack of fundse
there is a temporary delay la the dis-a
tribution. The committee has asked
the railroads to distribute the seedss
free of charge. If this request be not
complied with permission will be
sought of the government to allow the
oats to be sent goverment bills of lad-1
For Sale-One Indian Motorcycle 191
15 model anp in first class condition.
Will sacrifice for the cash. Apply to<
R. B. Kennedy, Manning, S. C. I
Will suit most people for a
folks will drink anything that
coffee pot. whether its good or
Our First Appeal is to the
Elsewhere at the I
Drink "J. C. B. C(
at our risk and be convinced tt
save you 10c. on every pound y
buying your Coffee in tin cans.
Tin cans, paper, inks the
labor in the coffee packing ci tie
ously, which inevitably effects
either by increasing prices or r
war our bulk roasted and groui
placed package coffees entirel:
reasons for economy our custoi
ings on ever~y pound we sell th<
Fresh Every Week-Exq
INowhere else can you get
the biggest assortment of Roas
ation of the i
I and Winter
Each is an at
.d winter inch
in the belted
wished with s:
r little pocket
ralues we are
Smartly Tailored Spoi
Fabrics in Checks, Stripes
of Styles at from $5 to $8.5
4 A N h
The following young women and
oung nn represent the Manning
raded school at the various colleges
aimed: Winthrop-Misses Rose, Ce
sto and Mildred Ervin, Jeannette,
arolyn and lleen Plowden, Lucy, Mar
aret and Julia Wilson, Fannie Brad
am, Lillie Broglon, Sue Sprott. Fan
ie Lou Sauls, Aleten Rigby and Irma
cKelvey. Randolph-Macon, Lynch
urg, Va.-Miss Sue M. Sprott. Wel
sley, Wellesley, Mass-Miss Netta
avi. Converse-Misses Irma and Ad
e Weinberg. Chicora College for
Vomen-Misses Annie Dickson and
ose Weinberg. Greenville Woman's
ollee-Miss Isabella Thomas. Lan
er--Miss Elizabeth Coskrey. Coker
-Misses Tbeola Brogdon. Clemson
,eon and Joe Burgess, Clarendoc Cosk
ey, and Sam John Brogdon. W.offord
-Chavine Sprott and James Barron.
'be Citadel-William Wolfe. Miss
ulia Wilson holds t Wooau's Federa
on scholarship at Winthrop. Miss
jucy Wilson holds an honor scholar
ip at Winthrop. Joe Burgess bolas
scholarship at Clemson, William
olfe holds one at The Citadel.
Resolutions of respect from the class.
n the death of our beloved classmate
uby Mathis, who died Sept. 2. 1916.
1. That our school and class have
stained a great loss, but we bow
ambly to Gpd's will. knowin.r He
oeth all thing well.
2. That she fulfilled her mission on
.irth bravely, yet humbly, courage
usly yet lovingiy, even showing the
3. That we tender our heartfelt syrn
athy to the bereft family, praying
bat the Holy Spirit may comfort them
this sad hour.
~irginia Coffey Committee
lattie Horton. fron 4th
lizabeth Richardson. Grade, Man
rs. Breedin-Teacher. ning School.
Great Sunday School Convention Held b'y
Ten miles from here in Spring Hill
L. M. E. church, was held one of .the
reatest Sunday School Conventions
e-r witnessed by the Manning Dis
ict Sunday School Conventions. Many
ubjects or interest were discussed.
mong them was the subject of Tern
erance. Tbc convention went on
eord as not only favoring prouibition.
r expressed the hope that South Car
ina will soon do a way with this sham
r of prohibition and put a complete
top to the shipment of this great evil
h-iskey, coming into our State. The
onvetion warned their people against
he sale of whiskey.
Bishop W. D. Chappell, 0. D. of the
Late of South. Carolina, was present
nd insisted on the people to fear God.
*nd do the righ,t. In spite of the dul.
me the ministere of the district re
orted five hundred thirty dollars for
The Convention adjourned Suniday
ight Sept. 24, having raised siz hund
ed dollars during the session. Much
redit is due Rev. J. T. L~max, P. E.
*nd the ministers of the Distric~t for
he great effort in raising such large
rm of money for Christain education.
A. W. Timmons,
Whbenever You Need a Geoneral Tonk
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
ill Tonic is equally valuable asa
eneral Tonic because it contains the
nell known tonic propertiesof QUININE
ad IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
ut Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents,
morning starter. Some few
looks black poured out of a
Person Who Wants Good
r Than Can Be Found
'rice We Charge.
iat for quality we can now
ou use, especially, if you are
T his is a big statement.
t go into fancy labels and
s have all advanced tremend
all canned or package coffees.
educing quality. Before the
d coffee trade had about dis
', while now, with greater
ers are enjoying real sav
J. U. B." Coffee. We carry
bed and Green Coffees in the
effects and cone
ilk and embroic
t Coats in Tweeds and rough
and Plaids. A great choice
Presentment of Grand Jury-Fall
To Hon. George F Prince, Judge pre
siding. We, the Grand Jury beg to
report: That we. have passed upon
all Bills handed us by Solicitor. The
Committee appoint.ed at the Spring
Term of Court respectfully report:
First Committee on Finance:-That
they have examined all county offices
and find that all officers are keeping
correct statement of all receipts by
them and have properly accounted for
We find that the Sheriff has in hand
theisum of $193 50, which was turned
over to him by his predecessor,' ana
with exception of about forty dollars
there is no record showing to whom
this money belongs. We think some
disposition should be made of this
We fnd that Supervisor spent during
the last fiscal year for -roads and
bridges 57008.22. for chaingang $10,
423 5 , for public buildings $1786.33.
for poor house snd poor $650 92 and for
contingent miscellaneous $2989.27 and a
since Jly 1, 1916 he has spent for a
roads and bridges $1836.72 and for -0,
We further find that the Supervisor 0l
has contracted no'debts during the cur an
rent year except twenty thousand dol
lars out of which he has paid praesi te
c-ly all current expenses and has i s
hands of county treasurerer the suiof p;
four thousand dollrs. t
We find that the Superintendent of -i
Education has on band for credit of s,
vatious schools in the county - the sum .d
of $l0,642-38 and that all schools in the 2
We find that some Magistrates in :i
the county are allowing about seventy-E
ive per cent of cases to be withdrawn, se
we don't think this. good practice.
The Committee on Education re
ports that they have visited majority ~i
of schools in county. and find that con
siderable progress has been mada and
is being made. Twenty-eight of the
thirty-two districts are now carrying
extra levies. In the past eight years~
the amount raised by spedial levy ha
been more thban doubled, the amount'
now exceeding -$16.000.00 annually.
We also desire to commend the Trus
tees who are tryin to keep abreast of
the times by securingr better tenebe'rs.E
All of this improvement is very gra ti
fying to the Grand Jury and we heart
ily commend the efficient county Super
intendent for his faithful work.
The Committe on chaingang reports
that they have visited chaingang camp
and find same well kept. that the stock;
is well kept and that conditions are as
good as could be expected.
The building Committe reports that
they have visited the public building
and found them well kept.
We respectfully report that we have
examined all county ottices and found
them well kept.
We present A. M. Cubbage andl Sir
a Jane Hodge for living .in adultery
and give as witnesses to prove sam e:
W. M. Hodge; J. A. Hodge, Eugene
We have called to our aid E. 13.
Brown in examining the public offices
and recommend that he be paid the
sum of $20.00.
We wish to thank your Honor for the
able charge and also courtises shown
us and also we wish to thank the
officers of the Court for coulrtises
All of which is respectfully submit- I
ted. - -B. L. DuBose,
lhe following cases have been tried. I
The State vs Thomas Brunson-In
ditment for assault and battery with
intent to kill and carrying concealed
-weapons. Pleads guilty-Sentence six
The State vs J. Arthur Smith-In
ditment for obtaining goods by fals~i
The State vs Fran-k Joe Logan-In
ditment for grand larceny-Not guihy.
The State vs W. D. Ubilders and Ev
elyn Roberson-Inditment for adultery.
Guilty-Sentence one year, suspended[
six months. f
The State vs Franklin Abraham-In
ditment for larceny of live stock.
Pleads gullty.-Sentence one year.
The Ste vs Aby Rhame-Inditment
for larceny of live stock. Pleads guil
ty-Sentence one year.
The State vs Pink Blanding-Indit
ment for housebreaking and larceny.
Pleads guilty-Sentence one year
The State vs J. P. Coleman-fndit
Iment for assault and battery with in
tent to kill-Not guilty.
Services at The Methodist Church.
Manning Methodist Church. Dr.
Watson B. Duncan. Pastor.
The Sunday School will meet at 10:00
a. i., Mr. Jos. Sprott, superintend
The Men's Bible Class meets at the
same hour, Hon. Charlton DuRant,
Pecigat 11 a. in., and 8 p. in.,
by the Pastor.
Morning Subject: '-The Purposes
Of Divine Love." Tuis will beth
concluding sermon on the Eighth Chap
ter of Romans. The Doctrine of Pre
destination will be discussed in the ser
Witch Of Endor Called Up. Samuel."
Bible Difficulties No. 5.
Epworth League 5 u. mn. Mr. Mor
gan Sprott, President.
Prayer service on Thursday at, S
IThis will be followed by the Teacher
Public cordially invited to all ser
ECT RIC HE BEST FO
GBsTER-sS_- enD - -NE.
Li values in Mi
troups of Wor
ninute style. ]
X15.00 to $35.0
You will just have to buy one
popular Models we are showing it
cloth, Plain Poplin and serges. 'I
prise for you here in this showing,
pay much higher prices for Ski
Many Styles to select from at frun
are now over. We are r1
brings New Shapes, Noi
ings. etc. Buy a New Ha
At The Manning Dry
Istantile Paralysis in Mayesville. the
News was received here this morn Ch
g that a case of infantile paralysis B
t been discovered in Mayesville, the ter
tlest beings little girl of Mr. and the
a R. B. DesCiamps. The child is cas,
nut four and a half years of age and of
a has been sick for about a wveek. dre
Dr. C. E. King, who has -been at- I a
nding the child for about a week.
ted, when called up over the tele
one, tha. the report was correct as
te case of infitile paralysis being
Maesville. He said that the first
rmptoms had been indicated several
ays ago and he had advised precau
os to b taken. This morning the bit
impoms were so plain that he pro- mn
runced the case intitile paralysis pih
very possible precaution has been g o
Lken to preven spread of the disease me
the comnunity. Why it should ph)
ave ccured there. 1t is impossible to Dr.
iy. as the child had been na where toj ret
ome in co'itacs with or to contract up:
New Orleans has
Show Window in town i
clock strikes 8. all curti
Of course, in our Windo
All shades down W
the big niqht. Be dovi
Ith-e curtains on Main 5
~As the apparel pri
claims the store." Get
16 South Ma
aen's Ultra F
iew suits shc
Alin and S erg
e. Skirts are in
; like the highs
nd quantities 4
of the many new and
i Plaids, Stripes, Broad Pla
'here's a pleasant sur- the
you wouln expect to S1 .
rts of this character.
i S350 to $10. . We
io busy. Each day
elty Fancys. Bend
Lt or have your old
'he nearest case was that at St.
rls of a small child.
ter consulting concerning the mat
it was decided not to stoo school at
present time on account of the
aof the disease being in the town
ayesville. but to see that no chit
n to come anywhere near the place
-re the case was located.
Don't Neglect You Cold.
regected colds get worse, instead of
ter. A stuffed head, a tight chest
it he relieved at once. Dr Bell's
e-Tar-Honey is nature-s remed v.
aev and glycerine heal the irritatedI
rnirane, antiseptic tar loosens thel
egm, you breathe easier and your
Bells Pine-Tar Hone is an ika
edy for children as well as grown
.At& your druggist, 25c-Adv.
founded its Mladi-Gras.
viii be a little stage, on I
ins will roll up. Behold I
w you will enjoy the parn
$20 to $
$20 to $
For the evening we a
them on appearance onl3
spectator and critic both
of you know these famo
the stage---know the sii
private lives. Clothes I
roll with us. But our c
and well supported in all
In Haberdashery we st
known actors, and' in ne
Eclipse Shirts C
Stetson Hats A
Howard Hats F
ednesday, October 4th, g
rn Wednesday at 8 sharr
treet go gaily up. Also ta
aclaims the man. so the i
the habit. Come to
at's New, Fashionable
ishionable Fall Suits,
wing the fashion fully
e, in navy blue, black
many attractive styles
ist price suits. Furs and
>f smart buttons. You
Several new styles in Silk and Crepe Dechime Waist.
in and Fancies in Washable Silks, $2.50 to $5. See
splendid line we are showing for $1. Best values for
ere ever shown. Waist ranging in price from 59c to
i0. Don't forget the Little Coat for the Little Folks.
are showing a Big line and Big Values.
Men's Undershirts and Pants-value 50e.-our price,
Inspect our Line of Winter Lap Robes. I am. sure 1 can
suit you in price and quality.
Just received. A Line of Buster Brown Uosiery-Ladies,
Misses' and Boy's-A hint to the wise is sufficient.
Sumter now starts its Fashion Show. Every
ednesday Eveninq. October 4th. When the
he Show. The New Fall Styles at their best.
:s played by
othes at IM
sk you to judge
. You mdst be' Style, Quality
.However, many and Economy
us characters off - You know what
icerety of their you are doing
ake the leading when you buy
ast is complete I________
the other parts. $tyleplUS g
ige all the well Cl othes...
y Fall costumes..,....
.& Barry Shoes Fabrc rara
Ison Bro.-'s Hosiery wool. Professional 1
row Brand Collars style artists design
ultiess Pajamas. the models.
$17 every season.
etting ready for
, and watch all
ke in the parade
- Sumter, S. C.