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The play given at the school build
ing on last Thursday evening, "The
Heir of Mount Vernon" was quite a 1
success. The actors all did well, but 1
the attendance was not as large as
the teachers had hoped it would be. 1
Miss Bela Altman, of Galivant's
Ferry, and Miss Bryan, from Bryan
spent the Washington birthday vaca
tion at the home of Mrs. M. S. Broad
way, near town.
Mr. Reynolds Ower, and family
motored up to C.hesterfield last week
for a visit to his father, the Rev.
T. B. Oweni.
Miss Hattie Herlong has returned
to her school at Norway after spend
ing a few. days at home.
Miss Emily Broadway spent the
past week-end at her home near town.
M . Peter Hodge entertained sev
eral of his friends na Wednesday
evening with an old-fashioned chichen
stew. Fish was also served, and
everybody had a royal good time.
Senator J. D. Grifith, of Saluda,
was here last week visiting friends.
He was at one time principal of the
Mr. Joe Mims, Jr., has opened up
a stock of groceries in the store ad
joining his father, Mr. J. W. Minms.
He expects to move his family here
this week from Sumter.
Mr. Robbie Bnrwick has returned
to Charleston after spending a few
days with his folks.
Mr. Ally Geddings is the next to
purchase a Ford touring car. Others
are to follow suit.
Mr. Peter Hlodge returned today
from a visit to his brother, Joe
Hodge, at Lamar.
Mr. Clinton Jones, who once lived
here, but is now in the employ of
Oliver M. Burton Co., Brooklyn, N.
Ywas here last week visiting
U I/nds and relatives.
dCarrie Reeves, of Beechwood.
By Rev. C. Groshon Gunn.
AW the Southern Presbyterian
Christian Endeavor Sicletles are to
make special gifts (luring February
to Beechwood Seminary, at Heldel
brg, Ky., it would be appropriate to
tell them something of the part the
"young" South has already had in
this object of Christiani Endeavor.
About five years ago there came
to 'Beechwood a young woman from
North Carolina'. -Her heart was set
upon China. 'But she was not yet
old enough t-o go to tho foreinfield.
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With a whole-hearted enthusiasm she
took up her work at Heidelberg. Her
spirit of service knew no bounds, she
wvould do what she could while she
waited. It was not long until she
iad won all hearts in this mountain
field, and school and town loved her.
She never took her eyes off of her
beloved China. At the state conven
tion of Student Volunteers in Lex
ington in 1912 it was this same "Miss
Reeves", who led the whole confer
ence through her personal influence.
Whenever she spoke the others lis
tened with singular interett to "that
something" which they all recognized
she had-it was her swveet spirit of
consecration, all unconscious, and her
The following fall she returned to
her Bleechwood. Later in the year
a epidemic of typhoid fever broke
out. It was Miss Carrie who wvent
into homes where htey needed her.
And she gave in this service her own
life. In several weceks she' was
stricken with this samue fever and
died later in Lexington. But her
life had told. Many of her class
mates, he'r friends, her own family
caught her vision. It will always be
felt in China where friends have al
readly gone. It is still felt at Hleidel
berg. The "Carrie Reeves Dormitory"
is one of her monuments today. The
lives she touched are the others.
What will Southern Christian En
deavors add ?
Miss Kate McFaddin Dead.
Columbia, Feb. 23.-The friends of
Miss Kate Calbraith Mc~addin were
grieved to learn of her death, which
occurred here at noon today. She
has nma'ny friends in Columbia, where
she spent a large part of her time
during the last few years. She is
survived by six sisters, Mrs. Ben Hiar-.
yin, Mrs. John Brogdon, Mrs. JTetton
Nettles and Mrs. Marcus Plowden, of
Harvin; Mrs. Alford Burgess, of
Sumter, and Miss Maggie McFaddin,
of Columbia, and two brothers, -Mr.
A. D. McFaddin, of Columbia, and
Mr. J. D. McIaddin, of Harvin. The
body was taken to Harvin, where the
funeral was held.
London, Fepb. 27.-The names ol
the two American women missing
from the steamer Laconia are giver
variously as Mrs. and Miss Foy, Mrs
and Miss Hoy, and Mrs. and Misi
.MANNING, S. C.
s of Ladies' Hats
services of Miss Taylor, on(
iA to show you and sugges
iake this Opening a grand s
ers taken during these Oper
layed all the Latest Styles
mn these days which will be <
Program of Music w
We have marked ever
actly cost and it will be to
these reduced prices. Ou
Glance at T]
Maxwell House Coffee, can-...-.-.--........-28c
| Faultless Brand Coffee, can . .- --- ---28c
, California Peaches, can---- .- -- ...---15c
2-tb Can Tomatoes, can .. --.-...------ 9c
3-lb Can Tomatoes, can-----.--- - --.......--11c
Columbia River Salmons, can-...-..-..- .---24c
Pork and Beans, 10c size, can...-...-....-..-.... 8c
Pork and Beans, 15c size, can-.....-.... -...... 1c
Pork and Beans, 25c size, can-..-- ....-...-...19c
Pet Milk, quart size, can_-- ...-....-....------19e
Kingan's Corned Beef, can-------.---.....23c
Beets, can - ....---.-.----.. - ..-- ..-- ....-23c
Van Camnp's Spaghetti, can-.-----.----...8c
Whole Okra, can--... -......-.....-.-.....-l.. . .. 1c
.Everything in our stor
big reductions. You will e
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Onnosite~ Court House
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will be Shown
3 of Baltimore's Leading
b to you the proper Hat
uccess, we have decided
ting days at Sale Prices.
in Dresses, Coat Suits,
)ffered at Sale Prices that
ill be Rendered.
v and Saturday
Tthing in our store at ex
your advautage to buy at
r stock is fresh and clean.
Heinz's Fig Pudding, can -- ------..--_...23c
Ma xwell House Tea, p)ackage.. _----- ----8c
Boscul Tea, package ---- --.---- --- ...---15c
Heinz's Tomato Catsup, bottle-..._-_.-__---23c
Heinz's Sweet Mixed Pickles, bottle-....-_--__23c
Heinz's India Relish, bottle-.. .-- - _ ...--23c
Heinz's Sweet Midget Gherkins, bottle -- --23c
Heinz's Blackberry Preserves, bottle _..- . 23c
Heinz's Peach Preserves, bottle-_..-- - ._--23c
Hirsch's Worcester Sauce, bottle .. .--- _....-20c
Heinz's Horseradish, bottle--------13c
Pimentos, can--_.. ----_...------. --.. .. ..8c
Seeded Raisins, p)ackage_--...- ---._---..--8c
Sardines in Mustard, can---.-----....--.----8c
e is marked at these same
save money by buying now.4
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