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The fNtkmning times.
-ubUslihes All County and lown Ot
MANNING, S. C., DEC. 6, 1916.
We Pay the Highest
Price for good sound
Peas. Any quantity,
Clerk of Court Barron was in
Orangeburg last week on business.
Red Emperor and, Malaga Grapes.
25e per pound at B. B. Breedin's.
Mrs. S. F. Walker spent several
days this week with Sumter relatives.
Dr. E. W. Barron is in Columbia
Mrs. H. P. LeGranl is the guest
of Mrs. S. A. Harvin near Sumter.
Fresh Self-Rising Buckwheat, 10,
15 and 25c, at B. B. Brdedin's.
The dealers' since
fidence in this
You Vill find thi
People have foun
are rare'ly rend
c(ept by accident
They know that
b-een in use for
as good as new
gen any sol't(
TIhey knowv, too,
istics of D)odg~
Its satisfactory p
'onlditionfs of ur
nOW a mall-1' o)
Opposite Claremont Hotel.
Fresh Shipment Ailie Honey in
10 and 25c jars at B. $. -Breedin's..
Miss Mattie Venning was the guest
of Sumter friends several days this
FOR SALE-Indian Runner and
English Ducks, 75 cents each. O. W.
Miss Mary Trott of Charleston and
Miss Brunson of Sumter are week-end
guests of Miss Caro Bradham.
Messrs. W. H. Anderson and W. D.
McClary, of Sumerton, were business
visitors here yesterday.
Mr. John Barton and Miss Daisy
Barrineau were the guests of friends
in Denmark on Thanksgiving Day.
The Home Bank and The Peoples
Bank has interesting ads this week
about their Christmas Savings Clubs.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dick
son last Wednesday night a bouncing
We call special attention to the
Santee Range ad., of Clarendon Hard
ware Co., Sumnerton, in this issue.
Rev. F. II. Shuler, a former pastor
of the Manning Methodist church,
was in town Monday.
FO R SERVICE-Imported English
Bloodhound, well trained. Address .1.
E. Gamble, Manning, S. C.
Mr. George Salley of Orangeburg
has been visiting his grand parents
in Manning, Mr. an: Mrs., C. R.
Epworth League will meet at 4
o'clock Sunday afternoon, December
10, 191(. Subject: "Defy Evils."
Leader, Miss Bell Gardner.
Miss Margretta Shope while skat
ing last week had the misfortune to
fall and injure the ligaments of her
PEAS WANTED-We pay highest
prices for good, sound peas. Any
Last Monday being salesday in
Mlanning, the town was crowded with
visitors, and some valuable property
'e and implicit con
'al' m1ust have i
SO wherever you
:1 out that repairs
L''ed necessary 2x
CaIrs which have
if they hav e blen
hat effeiency andl(
m'Sulal hard(ship is
- South Maen Street,
Manning Parents Should Not Over.
look the Little One's Kidney
Oine of the most annoying ailments
of childhood is weak kidneys and in
ability to control the kidney secre
tions. Not only is this a discourag
ing trouble, and one that every
mother is anxious to get rid of, but
it is in many cases a signal of dan
ger, of trouble that will get worse
constantly if not attended to. If your
child is frail or fitful, doesn't run
around or play like other children,
complains of backache and of feeling
tired--suspect kidney -weakness.
Doin's Kidney Pills are very effect
ive for kidney weakness in children
and are perfectly safe. Manning par- 4
ents recommend them.
Mrs. J. S. Bell, S. Boundary St.,
Manning, says: "A younger mem
ber of my family had weak kidneys
after a fever. He had dizzy spells
and the kidneys acted too frequently,
causing much annoyance both day
and night. I got Doan's Kidney Pills
at the Dickson Drug Co., and they
relieved the trouble."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills-the same
that Mrs. Bell recommen'ls. Foster
Miilburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
Mrs. R. D. Clark is ill with typhoid
fever at her home in Manning.
Mr. F. M. Shope was a business
visitor to Charleston last week.
Mr. Chovine Clark of Columbia
spent Thanksgiving with his parents,
Mr. an.1 irs. S. J. Clark.
PEAS WAN'T'ED-We pay highest
pt'rices for good, sound peas. Any
Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Burgess
have returned to their home in Man
ning, from Charleston, where they
were married ' last Wednesday.
Mr. C. P. Gable, president of the
Black River Cypress Co., at Gable,
went to Savannah last week on busi
Mr. C. W. Wells. who now has a
pgo:ition with the Western Union Co.,
'in Orangeburg, spent several days in
Jianmng last week.4
In all probability Manning will
soon nave a government building, as
ctongress h:s appropriatel $5,000 for
a i:osto:ice site here.
We make i specialty of all high
c'"s,- 11b wori. Bring your work to
.I h Iimes oice an'I nave it done as 1
it should be.
Mr. T. N. Wildman, who has been
conducting a pressing business in this
town for sometime has sold out to
.Ir. Rowlanl I, andl will move to Flor
'I'he 5-10-25c Store has a page ad
this week chock full of Christmas
suggestions. It's sure worth while
'ed ng and maivy a <ollar will be
s:ve l by those p.Lrcha'sing there.
LOST----A yellow cur dog wearing
a brass st add!ed leather collar. A lib
eral reward given for his return to
Dr. J. A. Mloo, Sumter, S. C.
low many times run. of
.iarrie I last Welnesday afternoon
by .iudge .1. .\l. Vindham ir. .James
lh' a hama n M Ars. Ella Ridgeway.
'I ie e.retony w.s perfornmed1 at the
home of (i bride near Bloomv illec.
Mirs. Keep, formierly Mliss Octavia
I~ove, amH once'~ a teacher in the M lani
no Gt (raded SchoolI, but who now.
:es in ,hicksonville, and her two
Iltle children are visiting Mlrs. .J. A.
A1 yllw d~og weairinig a collar bear
mi' Ilii the na e "I ''. T. 1 lims,'" was shot
by1 Iuie imble y'e. :criy back of
I '' :' .l 31nning buihiing. Tlhe I
w"e w'silinosedI to have been nad .
Il l'. (lark o: this place and I
.\ir . A. Watson or .\iarion wVere
' e'I.~ A. C'. WVi:kiins oif the lHap-<
T Ihid its ofI the .Xlethodlist chu trch
at I'mnewoodI wiil give a bazaar on
!* i oek ip oon,~i in Ct' oldi po~stoihe( I
4 biIIun assureid.
Thei. Clarieindcin (ount y TPeachers'
*r Watson '. Dunanweitii~& hClth
I de o h o:-ea on, an w'i' a.t
tI in presnt. hIti-. i w alb e vert inhg,
I' I ,lit'gnzii. II :tir Pres.oc
psln ithwi agi thi .:nsee at
r i it' y ( b ltiou i ly venhing,
noii olissin fori weuit and l.t adr
Ii for t'eneit f i~tt i scof
dv'r. Simund ' Phllism ~ivn win
Fnown tomanty and Clre isp
n Uee'orv Oviers3 stearse
Anoay bearhis weradecr
UIST A 11031
The happy Hol
season for Gift Gi
now prepared to se
help you solve the I
Here are are a :
we feel sure will :
please the receiver
Vanity Boxes, Powder Boxes,
Work Bags, Mesh Bags, Lady Dain
ty, Coat Hangers, Traveling Sets,
Shaving Sets, Mirrors, Silk Novel
ties, Trays, Infant Sets, Comb and
Handkerchiefs from- 5c to 50c.
Handkerchiefs by the Box from
10c to $1.00.
Kid Gloves $1.25 to $1.75.
Men's attractive Silk Ties 25c to
Ladies Silk Hose each in an at
tractive Holly Box.
Buster Brown Hose for Men, Wo
men and Children.
Writing Paper in beautiful Xmas
Boxes, especially suited for your
Phone 68. 11 S. Mai
Mr. R. I. Cothran has left with lasters or ointmen
he Iome Bank and Trust Co., for aches, neuralia pa
r1e( (list ribution a lot of tobacco seed soreness after co
:>r the tobacco planters. These seed ni(It gives promp
re raisel and carefully selected in bottle handy fo'
he Pie-lmont section of North Caro- sprains and all e
in-r where the finest wrapper's are tetosnswo
rutsch. outdoors, the pains
Through the efforts of Fire Chief
i oggins, all fire insurance rates have
>een rtyced in fanning. On brick
ores and: contents the repauction is
Thg he effortsaxi of] Fi're Cifo
cents per hundtre, anda on resi
ox' the cents per hunired. This .
edtion wie nt into 'effet lectebr
xx hex t h. fns xaxe' r
Ml ri (If l.oyhra h'ahs inf wth
nie~l Homes l'isbin g rs held this
rcek disibuh'tion. ome (of thcc seitd
rSE' taiset an:e thrare stectex'i
nl Cawhre Sth. finese braoes ax'e
hnrged itfatedcuty sing hl this
-x'k inudleharylex' omlimnthedt
4 ss Ah arie ten ar Post'magvster'
h 'II. C.(ity Mceliy 'I.hxLg~ Appel
nd) ry m ith. Thnese box'ys then
larg Hel. w ithfauenth(y uing let
Mr. ADudle lyler coplweimn
iom I ake I~Cn iit r on t T anksgivingl
'y w.ith a dinner pty atixl theCn
-:d !i e. Ix i sp itel of theixi' in le n
If i r Ao ti t ele cou~ei. apexs x'r in-' I
hte tane, whn iinne was annundy
'le wrthe c(tinto thxx ginin om|
h.-re ilI11 n 1, t esei ll eaed tale'
xxc tie gu'aest alf evre n andoth
xin o'h to x, ulxl tha p t ix apeaa nctie' of
Ie itisa n, wich ln w a abudatly
ulenIy with1 ev',S mer;ing th a goest
uinner 'thse u'sts ll, erne to te'
ar I ory wae'rmscan dancinc Mwrroe
tiii. a ro n. ho e iit eaxxx. xx I :
V.lie Axni l lei n, L ake City;
'ankSN.c Tuevl le , Js'sie) r Aver
....i.....n-- tntel Hirschmnn.-an
V. Harron, E xd. adn ae Ie
mn,' A S. T KeIet Dr.: Dlunbar es -
xor t in'et, all n Wxa(~ ilthamxs and
Iott 'anal. MeeWricxno e
)N .S. TIdm:;' dAughES dAIN
Sxir s I ext en g irat thoanks to
nothex's nforiendps, formany acts~
prxxinissrn thetaecniull reen-r
reavemilen. Mer wordskl pcatex
xi othes f~or bmpruisheand
r andl more efetv ynmussy
idays are near, th
.ving, and we a
rve your needs an
rew articles whic 1
%ppeal to you an(
Dolls 10c to $1.50.
Shirt Waist in Rolly Boxes ready
Has it 'occurred to you that
would like an Umbrella, Satchel or
Pretty line of Rugs and Art,
LISTEN what we've just receive.
A big line of Fancy High Tof
Boots in Brown, Gray, Black and : "
White from $4.00 to $6.00. Don't yo
think someone would like a pair o
Felt Shoes? We do, and we have':
them for Men, Women and Childreri.
Big line of Shoes at old prices. Try;
them, you'll save money and Will bV
.n St. Sumter, S.
ts. For rheumatic ing exposure are relieved by.
in and that grippy Liniment. At all Druggists, 5
is, Sloan's Lini- Adv.
t relief. Have a o
lt rise strain , We don't charge for " iles at
e work calls them office. They are free evy time"
anai aches follow- iand us a dollar.
SAYES [.AR(E SUiM
B~ank of Columbia is to Pay Out
P'Irn Was Puit Into Effect Only
Twelve Months Ago--Pay
Tlwelve month s -ao the Bankl of
?olaubia opened for the first time its
he success of the plan with this bank
~vas so marked that it attracted a
:rnt deal of attention in banking
ireles ini various parts of the United
States. Charles N. Crowdson, the
treait advertising expert of ('hicago,
stated that the Banik of Columbia in
oiening so nmany new accounts for
he first year in a city otf this sizec,
ad broken all records for this coun
The club e!osed yesterday, the last
yament s being accepted at. that
he miembhers is $A5,..
The plan used by t:ae Bank of Co
umbia is one which requires the
!ubs to be' paid off in cash, the mem
ers hav'in'g to present their pa1ss
*ooks at the bank for payment. ()n
1:count, of the large number to be
iandledl, it is necessary for the bank
(I (xtend' the payments oIver sev.eral
lays, and just when an account may
m withdIra wn is shio.vn in the ad
wert isemient o'f the iank.
The result. of systemati.c savings is
wery cearly showvn by tde results ob
inedI bv the se'vernol b-iniks in th is
ityv wh ich operate Christmas savings
lubis. If tao habits tiius acquired
ouldl be dibreeled toward permanent
u.viner.s, it would create in this city
very harme Ian I wvhich would be of
ut erad alsi.4Lance in the develop
nent of the city as a whole, andic for
he benefit of each cit izen thereof.-- .
he State, Dec. 3, 1910.
[Because of t he great success . of Y
his saving plan in Columbia, 'Atlan
a, Charleston, Florence, 'spartan.. ;
)ur', Greenville and many othe
"laces the Ilomio Batik and Trust Co.
i't/ intioduced the .same .plan in/
Gre.at interest is be ng mainifested
in it andI it should 1)0 as successfu
iere as .it has pi'oven elsewhere.