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Salt 100 lb bags, per bag .. 85
Granulated Sugar, any quan
tity, per pound....--.....
Tomatoes, quart cans, per can 12
Salmon, pound size, per can 11
Fresh Grated Cocoanut, per
can ...- .... ....-- ....- 14
Finest Evaporated Apples,
pound packages . .. --- 1
Pure Jelly per glass .. .. 14
Van Camps Soups, all kinds,
per can ----- __--14
Pickles, Sour, per bottle ... 14
"Everything Good to Eat."
Oc' linning Elm
Puo'llsies 111 County -'tif Town
i' tai Advertisements.
MANNING, S. C., FEB. 7, 1917
Replant your tobacco bed. '
Times office will give you the seed
Mr. R. ). Clark has just return
from a trip in Virginia.
Mr. R. L. Bell and family ha
moved from Manning to Bloomvi
Mr. Christal of Gable paid 'I
Times office a pleasant call Mond
"An American Citizen" at 'I
Pastime tonight. It's a good one.
Come to The Times office for y
tobacco seed. They are free.
Mr. J. 11. Timmons has purcha:
a handsome Cheverolet touring
from the Sumter Motor Co.
Mr. Leon Weinberg has moved i:
his handsome new home on Bro
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Seabrook
Edisto Island visited the home of P
J. T. Stukes this week
When in need of Auto Supplies a
Ford parts see The Harvin Motor
They have a big stock of everythi
It is reported that most of 1
oats anl tobacco beds were kil
during the recent freeze.
Mr. C. P. Gable, president of t
Black River Cypress Co., of Gal
was in Manning Monday.
We will have tobacco seed for f:
distribution by Saturday. Call
The Times offic" or the Manning F
If you want to save moneyj
:yoir Auto Supplies from liar'
Motor Co. Remember our Free
There will be a "miscellane<
shower" at the home of Mr. and 31
D. M. Bradham this evening, in hot
of Mrs. Leon Weinberg.
Mrs. D). lirschmann returned I:
night from northern markets wvh
she had been purchasing a big I
of Spring andl Sum mer goods.
Make your narrow gauge Ford
wvide gauge by using the Ford I
tension, comiploteo and put on$
Hlarvin Motor Co..
Mc('ollum Bros., of Sumter, ha
an annlouncement in this issue of
arrival of New Spring (Coat Su
TO RENT-Tlwo-horso farm
Fork sectio~n about 10 iniles fr<
M'annin.~. Good tive. room hou
artisian wadter, good noeighborhool,.
E. C. HO RTON,
Keep in the rute by using a F
Extension on your narrow gauge e
Ask for a dlemonstration. Hiars
D~r. J1. C. Dunbar, pharmacist
Dickson's D)rug Store, wvill move 1
family here this week, occupying
house v'acated by Leon WVeinberg.
welcome the family to our miidst.
WA NTED--To lend $2,0O00 dlolk
on Imiprovedl Farm Land in amour
0f $1 ,000.00 and upw~ardls. Six I
cent. interest. For information wvr
or phone, Southern Farm Exchanj
Florence, S. C.-4t.pd.
Eyes Examnined Glasses Fitt
.J. E. ARANTi, PH1. G.
WANTED-Salesman and Collect
or -at once. Sell Singer Sewing Ma
ehines and collect for sarne. Address
Singer Sewing- Machine Co., Sumter,
S. C., C. A. Blanton, Manager.-7-3t.
e Mr. Dudley Plyler has accepted a
position in the grocery store of B. B.
e Breedin. The Pastime will run every
c Monday, Wednesday and Friday
c We will sell good shelled corn at
$1.40 per bushel, this week. 100
c pound sacks fine spit at $1.00. Chris
tal Store, Gable, S. C.
J. Denmark, who has a page adv.
Ic in this issue, is giving handsome sou
c venirs (luring his sale. Just clip the
coupon and take it with you and se
cure . yours.-adv.
S Ex-Governor Glenn of North Caro
lina will deliver an address in the
Methodist Church next Tuesday night
on National Prohibition. The public
Mr. Eigene Beartl, an expert
printer of Camden, is visiting his
Of sister, Mrs. Lawson McLeo:d. Mr.
Beard at one time worked on, The
Mr. Barney Thames, son of Deputy
--. Sheriff N. D. Thames, returned home
last week from North Carolina, whare
he has been engaged in the tobacco
ed Mr. Christ::'. proprietor of the
Christal Store at Gable, has bought
out Mllisap and McFaddin Co., and
ye their stock was transferred to Mr.
le' Christal on Monday.
he Messrs. G. M. Smith and B. A.
E' Weinberg leave next Sunday for New
he York and other northern markets to
buy goods for the new firm of Ise
man and Weinberg.
FOR SALE-All of my personal
property. consisting of one piano,
ed sewing machine, cha'rs, bed steads,
ar stoves, farm tools of all kinds and
my chickens. William James, Man
ning, S. C.
>ks A. Abrams has accepted a posi
tion on the road, and will start out
about the first of March. Mrs. Abrams
will continue the store, while her
of husband is travelling.
It is reported here that an illicit
still was found in Santee last. week
nd by government officers, and the par
4O ties running it arrested. We have
g. been unable to get any of the par
Med Mr. Farmer:
We have just received a car of
l, salt. How much of it can you use
at $1 00 per sack. Christal Store,
le, Gable, S. C.
We hope the faimers that lost their
atobacco plants in the freeze, )vill at
r once replant their beds, as tobacco
will sell very high this season, and
you have plenty of time to make more
in Mr. C. R. Harvin is~ adlvertising his
home place for sale in this issue, andl
anyone wishing one of the best resi
udntlocations in Mning (10 d
Swell to investigate this piece of
Miss Lou Bennett, of Sumter,
ist wvishes to announce that she is nowv
*re in the north purchasing an u~p-to-dlate
no line of Spring and Summer. Millinery.
Watch this paper fo opening an
;x. Tlhe most of our roads are now in
7. bad condlition, on account of the past
sev'eral weeks of rain. Supervisor
Kelly has had very l ittle chance to
ye do an wok but be patient he will
he get over~ the bad places now, if the
its sun continues to sh ine.
The citizens of Manning raisedl suf
in ~ieient money this morning to buy
mn tobacco se*. d, and furnish to those
;e, that had their beds kiljed, seed to
replant. These seed will be here by
next Saturdlay, and can)J be had at The
Manning TIimes office or the Manning
rd F'urniture Co.
in Mr. Clark has resigned his p~osition,
as far demonstration of Clarendon
counit y, and accep~ted a like position
at in Richlan . county. Mr. Clark muade
is many friends while here, andl we are
he all sorry he decided to leave. At the
Ve same time we are glad of his promno
rs Mr.s. Lula Atkinson, of the Ladies'
ts Shop, of Sumter, returnedl home yes
er terdlay after spending some time in
to the northern markets purchasing ex
e, clusive Millinery for her trade. Her
opening will be announced in this
edThe living pictures presented at the
Pastime last Wednesday evening by
the entertainment commnittep of the
Civic League were qluite a success,
both in poiu't of execution an'i finan
cilly. TIhe committee repot..1 :us.
VfRY YAlJABLE P RTY
If not disposed of pri
vately prior to that time I
will offer on Monday the
5th day of March, next, in
front of the Court House
in the town of Manning,
S. C., my residence (where
I now reside) with lot 106
feet front and 312 feet
.deep at public sale. Any
one wishing to see the pre
mises or get information
concerning this property
can do so by calling on
Mr. C. R. Harvin. Would
trade for a small place.
MRS. KATE G. HARVIN,
Manning, S. C.
their share of the profits. The mov
ing picture on that evening was also
an unusually good one so the enter
tainment was much enjoyed by the
This is the third week of the chain
of teas. Among those entertrfining
are Mesdames. George Huggins, Her.
man Huggins, Seaman Richardson,
Harriette Odiorne, Brent Breedin, F.
Coffey, F. C. Thomas, Tinkler Wal
ker, W. S. Plowden, W. P. Legg, C.
S. Rigby, Joe Davis, D. R. Riser, and
Misses Annie' Hirschnann and Valley
Appelt. The teas are very popular
and are being well attended.
Services at the Methodist Church.
Manning Methodist Church, Dr.
Watson B. Duncan, Pastor.
Sunday School at 10:30 A. M., Mr.
Joseph Sprott, Superintendent.
Men's Bible Class at same hour,
Hon. Charlton DuRant, Teacher.
Preaching at 11:30 A. M., and 7:30
P. M. by the Pastor.
Morning Subject: "The Church
With a Mixed Membership."
Evening Subject: "An Appeal That
Was Made Too Late."
Epworth League at 4 P. M., Mr.
J. B. Cantey, President.
Preaching at Trinity at 4 P. M.
Sunday School at 3 P. M.
Prayer Services on Thursday at
4 P. M., followed by the Teacher
Public cordially invited to all ser
County Sunday School Convention.
Sunday school people thro'ughout
Clar-endon county are looking forward
with much interest to the County
Sunday School Convention to be held
at the Alcolu Baptist Church, Alcolu,
on Satur-day, February 10. It is ex
pectedl that every school in the county
COMING AOAIN !
DR. I. W. JSRAELSON,
of Sumter, will be in Manning
at Dr. Huggin's Pharmacy, in
the ncar future.
Half the ills that wonmen is heir to
are caused by eyestrain; and the
trouble is that they do not knowv it.
How often, after reading or' sewv
ing do you say "my eyes are so
tired ?"' This would never happen if
you wore prop~erly fitted glasses.
I have the ability, experience and
erluipment to examine eyes an:] make
glasses that will give you the maxi
mum of comfort.
Let mie tell you whether glssss
will help your sight.
Ask .to see the famous KRtYPTOK
GLASSES. Invisible bifocals.
IF YOU NEED GLASSES, YOU
Olmce in Sumter National Bank of
will' send two or more delegates to
t is conventioi. Three sessions will
be held, the morning session begin
ning at 10:15. The meeting is -in
charge of R. J. Alderman, County
President, and Mrs. R. E.
Secretary of the County Association.
They are inviting to this convention
all pastors, superintendents of Sun
day schools, officers, teachers, and all
others who are interested in better
child training, better Bible study,
better Sunday schools and better citi
Among the speakers on the pro
gram are R. D. Webb, General Sec
retary of the South Carolina Sunday
School Association, and Miss Agnes
Ravenel, 'State Elementary Superin
t9ndent. During the last eight
months, each of these State workers
has gone into thirty-five counties of
the State, made more than ene hun
dred and fifty addresses, and spoken
to representatives of 1,050 Sunday
schools of all denominations in the
It is announced that the chief
speaker at, the County Convention
will be Dr. William A. Brown, of
Chicago, who is Missionary Superin
tendent of the International Sunday
School Association. Dr. Brown's work
carries him all over North America,:
and wherever he goes, he is regarded'
as one of the most effective and de
lightful speakers on Missionary,
Training in the Sunday school. It is
believed that this coming to Claren
:on county will mean a great uplift
to the Sunday schools and churches'
in awakening missionary interests
and in the presentation or missionary
methods. It is expected that crowded
houses will greet Mr. Brown at all
three sessions of the convention.
The Woman's Christian Temper
ince Union w'1! hold its regular'
rnonthly meeting on Tuesday after
woon, 13th inst., at the home of Mrs.
I. E. Kelley. The subject of the
meeting will be "Soldiers and Sail
>rs." All of the membership is ask
d to make an earnest effort to at
tend this meeting, and visitors will
be cordially welcomed.
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Brown, who
moved from here to Sumter sometime
ago, came down Friday to spend the
week-end with relatives and friends.
Several from here attended the
Woodmen of the World banquet in
Sumter last Wednesday evenii.g.
Mr. R. B. Bradham is having some
improvements made on his residence
that is occupied by Mr. L. Weinberg,
near the school building.
Mesdames F. S. Geddings, T. W.
Gunter and Miss Jessie Curtis have
been elected as delegates to the Sun
day School Convention next Saturday
at Alcolu Baptist Church. They will
represent the Paxville Methodist
Next Sunday, February 11, will be
observed as, "Go to Sunday School
Sunday," by the Paxville people.
Supt. M. B. Corbett made a special
appeal for the (lay at his church, and
has asked that every enrolled mem
b~er be present on next Sunday, and~
bring just as many as possible who
are not mnembers of any Sunday
school wvith them.
Method of Sugar Curing Hams and
The following method has been
tested and found to be thoroughly
When the meat is cold cover each
piece with salt and allow to dIrain
aver night. Then pack in a barrel
with the hams andl shoulders in the
bottom, using the sides of bacon to
fill in betwveen or piut onl top). For
each 100 pounds of meat wveigh out
B pounds of salt, 2 pounds of brown
sugar and 2 ounces of saltpeter. Dis
solve all in 4 gallons of water andl
:-over the meat with the brine. For
summer use it will be best to boil the
brine before using. In that case let
the brine cool before using. It is not
accessary to b)oil it for winter use.
Hams should remain in this brine
3 to 8 weeks, bacon strips, 4 to 6
weeks. Meat cured in this way in the
spring and then smoked will keep
right through the summer.
Katherine M. Richiardson,
Counity Home D~emonstration Agent.
- - - --
Woman's M issionary Society, Meth
>dlist C hurchm Monday afternoon,
Bible Lesson-"Following Christ in
Belf De'ni:il," Matt. XVI 24, 25. Luke
KVHh1 28, 30.
Reading-The HIindleredl Christ by
Mvrs. .J. IH. Orvin.
P'rayer, Hymn 249.
Reports of officers.
Reports of committees..
Tropic&"Womnen of Japan," Mrs. J.
D~uet--Mrs. C. N. Sprott and Mrs.
Topic-.-"The Kingdom Coming in
the Cotton Mills," by Meadames T.
M. Mouzon, Bonj. Cantey, J. W.
Rigby, J. E. Davis, R, D. Cothran,
W. P. Legg,
hymn, Collctio Du..
Boneless and SI
Broiled over oak
corn hoe-cakes these
equal for an appetize
olden times. 25c lb.
Nothing but very e
used in the Royal Scar
ing. May be eaten r
made into croquetts.
perior to cheap salmo
is equal, to the hight
We are offering an i
Roe in generous sized
or seven persons. Jus
tle hot grease and s(
Purveyors to P
Mrs. R. L. Walker.
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Buchanan
NValker, wife of M1. R. L. Walker,.
mnd one of the most highly esteemed
ladies of Martinsville, died tTednes
Jay afternoon about one o'clock, suc
:umbing to a stroke of paralysis
,vhich she suffered Monday night.
'wo other strokes of less seriousness
iad preceded the one of which she
lied within the past few years, but
rom which she appeared practically
recovered and had recently seemed
almost in her normal health up to a
short time bfore her death.
The funeral took place from the
Yiethodist Church Thursday afternoon
it two o'clock, conducted by her pas
:or, Rev. Proctor, in the presence of
i very large congregation of rela
ives and friends of the family and
)f sympathizing people of Martins
The pallbearers were Messrs. E. J.
Davis, A. D. Witten, C. G. Miller,
[i. N. Dyer, J. C. Greer and T. G.
Burch; the flower-bearers, Messrs. E.
L. Turner, J. W. Carter, H. A. Ford,
I. R. Gregory, R. E. Davis, C. T. Wo
nack, J. D. Sparrowv, S. H. Pannill,
I. C. Kearlott, J. D. Hodges, G. A.
Brown, T. M..,Ford, H. HI. Davis, S.
s. stephens, J. C. Ford, J. A. Brown,
El. D. Whittle and J. R. Taylor.
'Crossing the Bar" was sung with
;ympathetic sweetness by Mrs. C. T.
WVomack, and a choir composed of
\!rs. Womack, Mrs. David McGavock,
\[essrs. I. M. Groves and~ . L. Maury,
;ung appropriate hymns. She was
The 37 H-. P. Motor is a
glutton for work and deli
vera unusually high mile..
S age per gallon of gasoline.
No car ut
~ as the AL
f Opp. Postoffice,
oals and eaten with
Herrings are hard 'to
r. They smack of ye
i.d, Price 15c
hoice fresh shad are
let brand we are offer
ight from the can or
Shad will be found su
n and, when cooked it
3t grade of any fish.
>e, 20c. Can
inusually fine grade of
cans, enough for six
t empty a can in a lit
;ramble. It makes a
3ne No. 8
laid to rest in Oakwood cemetery.
Mrs. Walker, who was Miss Eliza
beth Buchanan, was born in Rome
Georgia, in 1861 and was about fifty-,/"
six years old at the time of her death.
She was married to Mr. Walker at
Piedmont, S. C., on December 22,
1881, and spent several years of her
married life at Greenville, S. C., 1
where Mr. Walker was interested in
the coton milling business. From
Greenville in 1909 they came to Mar
tinsville where Mr. Walker with his
associates established the Martinsville
Cotton Mills, of which he afterwards
became and is now president.
Mrs. Walker was a woman of ster
ling and winning qualities of mind
and heart and had the warm esteem
and friendship of all who know her
well. Sincerity of speech, loyalty in
her friendships, devotion as wife an(
mother, and a true Christian concep
tion of right thinking and doing, were
striking elements of her well-balanc
ed character and life. She had b(c
for many years a faithful member f
the Methodist Church.
The decceased is survived by her
husband and .seven children, Messrs.
Robert, Frank and Samuel Walker,
Mrs. Bradham, of Manning, S. C.,
Mrs. F. P. Davis, of Walnut Cove, N.
C., Mrs. P. S. Ford and Miss Louise
Walker of Martinsville. There are
also twvo surviving brothers, Messrs.'
George and Samuel Buchanan of
South Carolina and twvo sisters Mrs.
Sue Stribbling and Mrs. JTohni Yar
borough of Enorec, S. C., all of wvhatn
were he~re to attend the funcral. '
Model 37Trng Ca and Road .
aenad o aes & OC e *io075
All price. f. o. b, Fotoria, 0.
UMTER. S. C.