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Ch JAin uIng Imtes.
Vublshes All .ounty and Town 01.
MANNING, S. C.,/ NOV. 11, 1916
STONE WRAPrED CAKES
They are made in a San
itary Plant and contains
onv pure ingredients. in.
eluding fresh country but
ter and eggs.
Serve these Fine Cakes
and 'hear the approving
comments of guest and
"! verything Good to Eat." "
The Fair opens next Wednesday.
Wilson is re-elected-no joke this
Who will be Queen of Clarendon
County Fair? Get busy!
J. G. Dinkins defeated W. M. Plow
den in the special election last week
Married by Judge Windham on the
4th, Mr. E. W. Stephens of Wilson
and Miss Lillie Hodge of Foreston.
Everytime you vote, you help the
Col. R. Boyd Cole, an old Manning
boy, but now editor of the Barnwell
Sentinel was in town Monday.
Mr. J. Bates Gerald is now con
nected with Goldstein Quality Store
and requests the continued patronage
of his many friends in-the future as
he has enjoyed in the past.
And look a,
We are still adhering tc
ing better values than yoi
We have a nice assorti
terns, also blues and black.
In our line of Boys' Sui
assortment of patterns ani
sizes. Price $3.00 to $10.(
We have a very nobby lI
$2.00 to $5.00.
You will find some pai
here in Overcoats for Me
We shall be pleased to
see us while in Sumter.
You are always assure
J. B. Stetson Hats.
Last Tuesday night at Pinewood,
Willie Bradley shot and seriously
wounded Chatlie Wilson, both ne
Votes are pouring in to the Queen
Contest Committee. You had better
get busy for the young lady you want
to be Queen.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church will serve dinner during the
Fair in one of the booths, turkey,
Mr. Clarence aggett and Miss Eli
zabeth Ridgeway were married last
NIonday afternoon by Dr. Watson B.
Married at the home of Sheriff
Gamble by Judge Windham on the
6th, Mr. Clement M. Gamble and
Miss Effie Hardy of New Zion.
Collectors using the Sheriff's sta
tionery, saying "Sheriff's Office," is
not genuine, without the Sheriff's
Mr. Stokes Gardner had the mis
fortune of losing one of his hands in
the gin of Mr. Horace Thames last
This Santee Baptist Association
held its annual convention in the
Clarendon Baptist church at Alcolu
We will in a few days have an im
portant notice relative to a new rail
road coming through Manning to
give our readers.
On account of placing our new ma
chinery we could not get The Times
out until today, Saturday, but here
after it will be published every Wed
nesday hs heretofore.
The beautiful solid- gold wrist
watch to be presented to the Queen
of Clarendon County Fair has been
puchased from Mr. S. R. Venning,
the Jeweler, and is now on display in
his window. It's a beauty.
The store of Mr. S. A. Harvin at
Privateer was broken into on the
night of the first and robbed. The
blood hounds from Manning were
sent for, and put on the trail. The
logs trailed the robbers to where
.aey left the cash register and
changed clothes, but lost it, and the
hunt was given up.
t our Line
our old custom of giV
will find elsewhere.
nent of attractive pat
Price $10.00 to $20.00.
its you wvill find a good
d the price is right. All
ine of these Suits. Price
ticular good numbers
n and Boys, at popular
have you drop in and
d a hearty welcome in
Ar Bee Trousers.
Remember the Carnival will be
another Fair Weqi attraction.
Hon. Andrew J. Bethea of Colum
bia was in Manning yesterday.
Miss Turner of Surpter gave a re
cital in the school auditorium 'Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. Carey Smith visited
the home of Mr. Smith in Georgia
last wek. - " /
Don't forget Huggirih', Pharmacy.
Huggins' Pharmacy invites you to
visit' the'h. during the Clarendon
County Fair, 'wteh the voting for
The Queen of the 6ajzqival and make
yourselves at home witli'them.
Mr. Max Krasnoff of New York
and the senior member of the firm
of the New Idea Co., is in Manning
looking after his businees interest.
We learn that city council has had
an expert here making calculations
on a new electric light plant, but we
don't know what his report was.
The Times is full of new and inter
esting advertisements and we hops
our readers will read them.
Messrs. Ingram Wilson and E. C.
Gross left last week 'for Santee where
they will hunt and fish the rest of
the winter. Mr. Sam Barron will
join them next week.
Miss Nancy Hodge and Mr. Joseph
Powell were married in Florence
last Wednesday. Mrs. Powell -was
once a teacher in the Manning
Don't forget Huggins' Phal lacy.
Fire destroyed the barn and about
50 tons of hay last Tuesday night in
the field of D. M. Bradham and son,
ac'oss the road from Mr. C. R.
Sprotts residence. The loss is esti
mated at about $1,200, with no in
On last Tuesday morning a party
consisting of Messrs. W. R., A. C.
and W. C. Davis, Dr. G. L. Dickson,
Joe Dickson, S. W. Barron, W. M.
and E. R. Plowden left for their new
hunting preserve in Colleton County,
and yesterday the news came that
Capt. Davis had killed a buck also
Mr. W. M. Plowden got one. The
party returned this morning.
Last Saturday night a tenant house
on the place of Mr. Bossie Raffield,
near Davis station, was burned.. Mr.
J. E. Gamble was notified to bring
the blood hounds, and within three
hours he had James Carter in jail,
charged with the burning.
Leave your wraps, coats, bnggage,
etc., at Huggi s' Pharmacy, next
week, when you\ come to the Co'inty
Fair. There's t iere th9' voting for
Queen of The C. niva' takes place.
There's where you c1'get any infor
mation you might )esire. It will be
gladly given. T 4(s where you can
leave your pne)(ges r baggage andl
they will glailly be aken care of.
There's where e.verybor y will h,.ve
their prescriptions filled\ and buy
what they needl in the drug line.
There, yo should make yogr head-.
quarters, (luring the Fair.
The Baiby Show Comm itte begs
space in your column to remiin-I all
mothers through the County of the
big event of our County Fair. That
is of the Baby Showv, which is to be
held at 2 P. M., Wednesday, the 15th,
We beg all mothers wvith babies un
der two years of age to bring them
to enter the showv. There will be no
entrance fee at all. It is free and
we hope all mothers wvill take ad
vantage of having their babies shown
up wvith others of the County. There~
will be four prizes of money, given
to the finest specimens-one prize in
each of the four classes-which are
From infancy to 6 months $2.50.
From 6 months to 12 months $2.50.
From 12 months to 18 months
From 18 months to 2 years $2.50.
Beauty and 'iress will not be taken
Any other information will be glad
ly given by any member of the com
Mrs. Allen McFadden,
Mrs. Robt. Alderman,
Mrs. J. A. Weniberg,
Do You Nave Soar Stomache?
T f von are troubled with anur stomnaeh
you should Pat slowlyl anid meticate
youir food thtorouighlv. t.hpri tako one
of ChamberlaIn's Tableta Immndiate~ly
after supper. Obtainable every wher e.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LA*ATIvRt BROMO Quinine. It stops the
Cough and Headache and works off the Cold.
Drugista refund tdoney if it fails to cure.
E. w. GROVE's signature on each bor. 25c
*A new Building & Loan Company is
being organizAd to ruu abodt04 mIotn's
Sares are One 'Dola' p-ar stare- per
*flfinth. Trhose desiring~ t~to(k addr-yw
Olar1ndoo Bu dlug & Luau UorupauZ,
'IlaiCg, S. C.
John Washington, co red, while
fighting the Levi fired a week ago,
caught\ his death from pneumonia,
dieing on last Wednesday. The de
ceased was well thought of among
the white people, and for great many
years has served on the police force.
John was a local fireman and a good
worker. The Levi's gave to the fire
company $20.00 for their ardent
ardent work in stopping the fire
where they did, and the- company
contributed this sum towards the bu
rial expenses of Washington, 39ho
caught his death in the discharge of
The Reyn.,lds Carnival Co., will be
with us all next week. This com
pany is said to be one of the largest
on the road, and comes with a good
Do you know wh
don't, trade at
1B. B. BREEDIN
and find out.
at all times, hant
manner. We are 1
serve. Get wise a
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Visitors are coi
quarters Fair Week.
parcels for you. Conr
on Ladies' Coa
Big Line of I
And Special Lo
'N: YID6'*tRUIIVESJ Cold
Dr. Beh, Plne-'ar=lor. contitips
alt ih"- e othing eli ateel, of44ei fo'y'te
[t, heals the irritated' 'n hbrape, a
liv ie anti.s'ptlc prquerr tes loo.Ans the
lahl gm.u you breathe easier, and 4hat
rpmanl'l d to be H Sevet cold has hiee
brok, n up. For that, 8ttTed dip feslinr,
tIuht 'hest or sure throat take a dose oI
'Dr. Bull's Pine-Tar-Hooey and prevent
a woaring, haokion courth' rraging
through the winter. At your Druggist.
N - 0
Next week, during The Clarendon
County Fair, the voting for the
Queen of the Carnival will take place
'.a Huggins' Pharmacy. That estab
lishment invites -every man, woman
and child in the county, to follow the
crowd and make this store their head
quarters, while in tdvn.
Htu's This t
We offer One Hundred Dollars Revard for
any case of Catarr'h that cannot b.. cured b"
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney
for the last 15 years, and believe him per'fectly
honorable in all business transactions and finan
olally able to carry out any obligations made by
%Vass & TRUAX, wholesale druggists, Toledo, 0
WALmING. KINNAN & MARVIN, wholesale drug.
gists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. Price Mo. per bottle. Sold by all
pruggists. Testimonials free.
Hall's Family Pills are the best
it it is?,/ If you
S ASH S ORE
'e very best in
lied in a sanitary
ere to please and
nd trade at
io, S. C.,
n's BiggFair ar
-dially invited to/make 0
We will be pieased to e
le in and visift'with us.
al 'Low I'
t suits, Log-oa
)ry Goods, Noi
w Fair Week Prices tIhrou
g Dry Go
Made from Oream of Tartar
NO ALUM-NO PHOSPHATE
Cha 3ging Seasons Bring Colds
"Stuffed up head," clogged-up nose,
tight chest. sore thr.>at are sure signs
of colds, and Dr. King's New Discovery
i4 sure relief. A dose of this combina.
tion of antiseptic balsams soothes the
irriatep membrane, otears the head,
loosens the phlegm, .eu breathe easier
and realize your cold is broken up.
Treat a cold persistenily, half-wty
measures leave a lingering cough.
Take Dr. King's N--w Discovery until
your cold is gone. For 47 years the
favorite remedy for young anc oid. At
your Druggist., 60c.
A somewhat new and unique ser
vice is announced for next Sunday
at the Methodist Church. It will be
"Old Folks Day," and all the services
will be appropriate to the occasion.
Arrangements have been made to
send autos for any in the community
who are unable to take the walk, if
the Pastor is notified before Sunday
When a cola hangs on as often hap
pens, or when you have hardly gotten
over one cold before you contract,
another, lookout for you are liable to
contract some very serious disease
This succession of colds weakens th4
eystem and lowers the vitality so the,
you are much more liable' to cont.ra,;
chronic cata'rh, pneumonia (^ co,.
sumpti 'n. 'ure- your cold whil4 you
can. Chamblerlain's Cough RIV'nedy
ha- a great reputat.lon. It is relied upon
by tJbou.,ands of people and never dis
appoints them. Try It it only costs a
quarter. Obtainable every where.Adv.
~d make our
'ur Store their Head
tore your wraps and
'S Coats, Etc.
Uhout the Line.