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This is a Cut of the Celebrated
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SUMMERTON, S. C.
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DY PS large bows of pink tulle at the
*The maid of honor, Miss Annie
Purdy, wore a nile green tulle over Sardinia, S. C.. Nov. 29 1916.
silver cloth, and trimmed with silver
A Pro Weddi at Tiity lace and carried a bouquet of pink EditorManning Times,
chrysanthemums. Mnig .C
The dame of honor, Mrs. Edgar Dear Sir:
IN PRESET CE OF LARGE AUDI- L. Ready, a sister of the groom, Once more the local talents have
ENCE. wore a gown of old rose chameuse shown what can be accomplished by
trimmed with silver lacc. hard wvork and cooperation, and I am
Miss Mary Wordy Becomes the Bride The little ring bearer, ti Miss not surprised to see the grand patron
of Dr. Ctrl Belton Epps-Recep- Annette Folk Strothe:, came in just age and interest displayed by the
tioniVas Given Immediately After before the bride, clad in a dress of community as a whole.
the Ceremony. pale pink tulle with a large bow of This evenin+, under the leadership
Oeohemost beautiful piktlebeweahrsolesofPo.W-- etn tesprn
riage servi( ar which has been seeninvicretdtewdigrg.------------ --
in Sumter Sor many a (lay, was held Tebieetr~ nteamo
in the Tr i ity Moth odist church last hrfteJdeR .Pry n rm1~kadLm
Tuesdlay *vening, when Miss Mary wsatrdi nipreibae
Purdy, d.1(aughter of Judge R. 0.gonwtcheuetlerawihT VilndSog
Purdye.-d' Dr. Carl Belton Epps, avelcaefcttrmdwihong
-/pf?hiising young physician of this bosma~ are hwrbu
city, wvere united.qutobrdsroeanliisoth Trthm oyKieyPlswl
Loving hands had been busily en-valyly~Ttthyaedoofrr.
gaged (luring the day and had trans-Thusesadgosmnntr tyn.
frmedl the church into a beautiful dadcosdbfrthalaad LaterIgtlmtdonwh
bowver. Trhe pulpit furniture h ad been tebiemis ada( lm f~f~~~k rtsMs I .Sryg
removedl and in their stead a collec- te bae okter rrdnsil.(nI.N.3 1sf
tion of exquisite potted plants andlliCsjswihnteatrri.Te e. dwhoyrIto ddcorg
ferns had been 'banked against atmnses r V .Dnaa I'ls n fe tkn hmahl
background of pure wvhite. The same uceo h rdadD.R .lyilde cinbcm eua n
color scheme was usedl ins 'the deco-Trcaepto oftebie en th signg estondapae.
ration of the altar. Behind this altartedfrmte ato'std atte ee frsvrlyar an sic gt
a large graceful arch had been placed rgto h upt n oktertn el 'esae vi n a
wvhich wats dlratped in pure white and pae utbhn h rh h ~ euno h rul.
trimmedl with asparagus ferns. The gomia i etmn r .w aati o oueFlyKde
posts of this arch wvere surmounted harn neelfo h atrsfo h eyfrtdss hwn
bymost handsome potted chrysanthe- tdanthgro jindtelowuilyhyaconknysn
mumts. Under this arch a large awhn eaitinieac n sds
bell was hung, supported by a lov- Th beuiu nliprsiern librl)StfJit ad cigmu
er's knot of soft tulle, thus makingseviews rno c(:b DrDu- es 'fmyPtii dn sadbad
an exquisite backgrouna for the piC-cana- Iwsasseii hssrie'~ nsud elh odto.'r
ture where the beautiful marriage b r yisae
service was soon to be held. Ti edn a n ftems )CSNSlRGSiOE
Before the ceremony wvas begununqea elitbatilinht
Miss Pauline Wilson sang the song, tecnrcigpriswr vti
"Because," and the wedding march teatrriwihgv eui
was played by Mrs. JamesD.Ga
ham, with the violin.D. r-fo efctoth auin .
For some time before the time for tebiilpryadafwo hi
the ceremony the many friendls offretsveegenaecpintth
the happy couple arrived at the batflhm fJdePryo
church andi took up the points ofWetamonvnu.Trasi
vantage in that spaciouis atuditoriumthchrhtehadfte(eoatrSIN FC
so thatt when the bridal party arriv-ha benlvs adcu igte o
ed every seat in that large apart-orshmbenpikadge.AfEY EXMNTOS
ment of the church had been takentethgussadbnrciva
atlndmany were stainfg at the back sve oreadpnh~eesre
of the church.Thbid'caewshatsa: yeeaitinasmebyu
The beidal party entered the (anIwssrone bya upiaraln morscnticie.I
church from the mamn vestibule andlCnieibemrietwscue tuet o aigitlie~ta
marched diown the two cetacr aislesbyteutngothsckiwhhispvddinurqimn.
in the following order: First, theMrRie rahnscudterng
ushers wecre Messrs. W/illiam Purdiy,MssSdeTotrhehibMssYUIE S
Covingte Parham, R. D. Epps andBuahWlotewibnanIM
D. M. B aniding. Next were Messrs.JaeC.Bynt xchlrbto ilrciveeyatninncssy
John Purdy and James Purd y, robhsbu e vscuh yilbign hi eet oorosr
Trhese were preceded by .the.- little Ms enlit ainad ifo tcranlf h
ribbon girls, Misses Helen FrancisThbrdan romoothidetoulyuwllepoved ih
Ingram,,Janie Bland, Blainchoe De- prueo aetanfrClmi ltssta ilgv o umnn
Lormo, who pla~ced thle ribbons onenruet NwYk hrehe'elf
oacvh side of the aisles. wl pn hi oemoatrBoe lse ulctd n
Next camne 'the bridesmaids, biss icthyvilmkSutrterfasrpirdbmaltrasn
Beulath Wls'eon and .-iiss Linaeshme .abelrcs
Morgan, and the groonmsnien, Dr. Tebiei elkonhr n01cDyStrasadMn
Carrigan and. Mr. W. E. Barnum,.utr aigsetms fhr(as om -,Bn fSme
Miiss -Sadie Tr'otter and Miss NormaliehrannubrshofiedBidng
Gednilliat Mr' R. A. Bradham and adafiosb h soe h
Mr. C. .P. Ur'unk, Mr. Jan, C. Bryan gom'sapatcn hsca ee.I .IRE~O,
and 1i% R; 0. Purdy,;rr. Thbe brides- adhsia.fied'er'hws Otmrst
.malds 'eo*' attired in costumes of ohianhsbidalnghpy
pitk iainusoan chffo md'w pi nd prrus ietwe he asn~hldersR S C
WOULDN'T TAKE $10,000
FOR GOOD IT DID HER.
Georgia Woman Gains Twenty
Pounds on Four Bottles of
SUFFERED 15 YEARS
Doctors Had Told Her That No Medi
cine Would Do Her Any Good.
"I have gained twenty pounds
since taking Tanlac and my improve
ment in every way has been so great
that when I stand before the looking
glass I am actually amazed and hard
ly know myself," was the remarkable
statement made by Mrs. Elizabeth
Jennings, of Hepzibah, Ga., to the
Tanlac representative at Howard's
Drug Store, at Augusta, Ga., a few
"Fifteen years ago," continued Mrs.
Jennings, "my health began to fail
and I bega to take medicine, and
the more I took the faster I seemed
to go down hill. My troubles multi
plied until thyy were many. and my
condition became complicated and
very serious and n one seemed to
understand it. My stomach was in
such bad shape could not digest any
thing, and wha I would eat seemed
to poison my system.
"My blood was thin1 and my arms
were covered with spots. My back
about my kidneys ached and hurt me
dreadfully, and I was teld I had
s pinal affection. T e rheun tic pains
all over my body 'k e so wful they
were hard to bear, an m head ach
ed me constantly. ; I s flesh and
strength until I got so eak I could
not walk to my garden ' 'thout help
and I kept going (9w u il I was
simply a physical ant nervot q wreck,
and I believe I was 1 but dead. My
condition was too -w i to even de
scribe and I cann t tel you half of
"When a day would close on my
miserable existence I could think of
nothing but another day of suffering
tomorrow, and I was so nervous and
racked with pain I could not sleep.
"I wanted to live, and my husband
spent thousands of dollars trying tc
get me well, but noth.-ig did me any
good. The doctors said there was no
medicine that would help me. Fin
ally, I became so weak and out of
heart I prayed to (lie.
"When I read about the wonderful
holy other people were getting from
Tanlac I bought a bottle and began
taking it, and I began to improve at
once. I have taken four bottles now,
and honestly I would not take ten
thousand dollars for the difference in
the way I feel now and the way I felt
the day I bought my first bottle of
"I can eat now and enjoy my meals,
and when night comes I can lie down
and sleep like a child. I do not have
any more trouble with my kidneys
an the hurting I used to have in
my back has left me and all the rheu
matic pains have gone. My blood
has thickened up and seems to be in
rood condition and those ugly spots
have left my arms and my head does
not ache me any more. I do not
know what all was t:e matter with
me, but I have been relieved of all
my suffering an-d, as I have already
said, I gained twenty pounds in
"Tanlac has made a new woman of
me and I feel better than I have since
I was sixteen years old."
Clarendon Count y.
Dickson's Drug Store, MAanning; L.
W. Nettles, Jordan; Shaw & Plowden,
New Zion; Farmer's Supply Co., Sil
ver; I). 0. Rhame, Summerton.
tend-ent of the Sardinia public school,
a wondlerful program was carried out
by the Sardinia Glee Club, and the
Sardinia Royal Quartette, for the
be'nefit of the school. The s-lhool au
dIitoriumST was piacked from pit to gal
lery amnd hardly standing room left,
the only neighborhood that was con
spicuously absent is Gables and let
me tell you they have missed a treat
never to be rep~eatedl.
Tihe nro(grm is as follows:
Song-Don't bite the hand that's
feeding you, Royal Quartette.
Huriasque D~ebate--Resolved that
stealing chickens am nso crime. A f
tirmative, Tuskalusat Washing~ton Col
ledge. represente:l by E. L.. Weinberg
and I). R. McFaddin. Negative, A f
rlco,-Ruster University, :>y id. P'laver
and J . L.. Co .asar. The (iecision ac
companiedl by a fat han went to the
ajlirmative side, M. ::. DuBose' pre
iMu~sican Selection-iliam Teoll
(Ros:sini ) S. L. Krasno.T and Mrs. W.,
Violiw'and Piano D~uet-Off for the
l'ront, Mrs. WV. M. .elton and S. L.
Song-T'here is a little lane wvithout
a turning. Royal Qtuartette.
Solo0--!Il Trovatore (*; erdli) , S. L.
Krasnoff and Mrs. WV. L. Melton.
Son'--Ther. is a whole in the bot
tomi of the sea. Royal Quartette.
Waltz Select ion- W a 1(d t e u f e I
(FIrankan), Mrs. Melton and S. L.
Slig.ht-handl tricks an-I humorous
remarks, S. L. K rasnoff'.
ong-Janita, Roya; Quartette.
Blue Danube Waltzes--(Strauss),
Mrs. MXelton an-] S. L. Krasnoff.
Finale Song---Good Night Ladies,
A fter this porgram was finished
an informal reception wa s held a nd
all agreed to wvork together in the
'am certa inly pro'uai to have at
tended this mumsical anJ. most enjov
aile evening ands to express my great
admiration for all w~ho have taken
part in msaking this eve'ning a suc
cess and, also congratulating thenm
upon their masterly way of carrying
out their parts in such perfect style.
A t the urgent reqluest of the
tax40os, A MIld, Effective Laxative & Liver Tonic
Does Nfot Gripe nor DIsturb the Stomach.
In addition to other properties, Lax-Fos
contains Cascara in acceptable form, a
stimulating Laxative andTonic. Lax-Foi
acts effect ively and does not gripe nor
disturb stomach. At the same time, it aids
digestion, arouses the liIver-and secretions
FOR YOUR BOY OR
Make the first small d
cure a card in their n
will boo up to the own
deposits weekly. The
as to be even within
girls. (Larger amoun
gives them something
I tablishes a good habit
all their lives. When
to them next Decembe
they will be delighted
Card can be taken oui
STOP THA T COUGH
A hack~ng; cough weakens the
whole system , drains your energy and
gets worse if neg!ee~ted; yo..r throat
is raw, youir chest aches an:d you feel
sore all over. Relieve that cold at
once with )r. King's : vew Discovery.
The soothing pine balsams heal the
irritated membra nces, and the anti
septic and laxative qualities kill the
germs and break up your cold. Don't
let a cold linger. (;et Dr. King's
New Discovery to-day at your Drug
School Trustees, Mrs. Melton and S.
L. Krasnoff, have agree:i to play for
a benefit dance to be given at the
Sardinia School auditorium on Fri
day, December the 8th. All are cor
d ially invited as good music is as
sared. I understan.l that the music
will be free of charge and all money
will go to the school fund.
The Social Reporter.
Died in Central America.
Florence, Dec. 4.--'l he death of Mr.
Johnston B. Youn :, the eldest son of
.c. an]i Mrs. hial 'T. Strong, of this
city, was flashed over the wires to
his parents early yesterday morning
by Mr. F. E. Dudley, of this city, who
has been foresting in Central Amer
ica for the past two years.
YOU FE[L OLD.
Pain'e And Aches~ iei(d 'Io Sloan's
Liniment, Tlhe Family Friend.
Wheun your .'oints become stiff,
your circulation por and your suf
f iering makes you i rrit-t hle, an a ppli
eadtioni of Sloan's Li i 'it gives you
"u ick relief--k ills pain, starts up a
goo ie irclation, rel ieves congest ion.
Iit is eaie anI~ li eleaner to u se than
i.iussy paters (or ointments, acts5
<_juic ly awI does not elog the l)ores.
it dos not stain the skin.
Yu 'on't need to rub--it pene
crtain' f'nue fo.r rhuatirt . stifl
ic' k, s'iatia, lame back, tooathache.,
1For ) spains, strains, bruiises, black
'n-l h''e'spot s, Sloan is liniment. re
d uces the pain an-I eases the soreness.
It. use is 5o universal that you'll
con sider Sloan's in imenit a friend of
the, whole family. Your dIruggist sells
it in 2.>. (50. and $1.00) bottles.
Owing( to there be
agjed wheat that will n
for exchiange. THlE<
FLOUR MILLS will gjri
.the balance of the see
toll or its equiivelent ii
GIRL WOULD BE A
CARD IN OUR
eposit yourself and se
ame, and after -that it
.r of the card to make
amounts are so small
the reach of boys and
b.for larger folks.) It
e strive for and es
which will be of value
the money is returned
r, with interest added,
with the results of sys
this week. Better do
BOYCOTT ON BUTT EM
AND EGGS IN TAMPA
Tampa, Dec. 4.-A boycott on but
ter and eggs was decided on today
at a mass meeting at the city hall,
at which a local branch of the House
wives' Leagues of A.merica was or
ganized. The date at which the boy
cott will become effective has not yet
been announced, as it is the inten
tion of the leaders to circulate in all
parts of the city the pledge which
was signed by those inl attendance at
today's meeting, binding them not to
purchase butter until the price Is re
(uce(, to thirty-fve cents a pound
and to refran from buying eggs at
more than thirty-five cents a dozen.
DIt. .I. A. COLE,
Upstairs Over Weinberg's Corner
MANNING, S. C.
Phone No. 77.
C. O. Edwards. It. M. Perritt.
EDWA IRDS & PER'iMTT,
Civil Engineers and Surveyors,
Ollice Over Hank of Manning,
MANNING, S. C.
G. T. FLOYI),
Surveyor and Civil I igineer,.
Ofliee Over Hlirschmnann's Store.
On F'irst-C.lass Rteal Estate M\ortgages
P~tl)DY & O'HIIYAN,
Attorneys at Law,
M\A NNING, S. C.
JA YIS & WID)EMiAN,
At torneys~ at La1w,
lANNING. S. ('.
l)uiiANTl & ELLlliJ:
A\t torneys at Iaw,
.MANNlNG;, S. C.
.lfuliN G. l)INE INs,
Attorney~s at l.aw~,
Al''l N(G, S. C.
a O!d ( ouri Ilouse.
Attorney at L~aw,
.\ANNING, S. ('.
IB. 0. I'urdy. S. Oliver O'Biryan.
I'( IIIY & O'ulIYA N,
A tforne'ys( and (ouinselors at Law,
.MANNING, S. C.
ingj considerable dam..
ot make flour suitable
ndc each person's wheat
ison, takingj one-eight
~ER FLOUR MILLS