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"EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT"
Cbe MAInning times.
Pub~ishes All County and Town ( I
The Civic League flower sale will
be held the latter part of this month.
Mr. O. W. McRoy transacted busi
ness in Columbia on Monday.
Mr. George Joseph of Sumnimerton
left last MWnday evening for the
We are showing the latest in Stet
son Hats. $4.00 and $5.00. Joseph
M. Chandler, 16 S: Main St., Sumter,
,The same pric<
Ever attempted to show the v
guarantee.i. Only $17.00. .Josepd
We are offering anot
This is the same val
many farmers last ., eal
parlticular Corn Seed I
peck, liquid measure.
Is a splenldidl early WI
poo(r land andl is an
12%4c qjuart, 90c peck,
An old1 timFie fa vorite
meal and is a dtandy
quart, 80c peck, Iiliui
Still another goodI ml
Comes aarly andl hasi
have nothing else. 1(
G~OOD) CORN SEEDI.
WANT THE RIGI
No, we are not making any caustic
remarks abdut short skirts. We are
getting a new pair of glasses instead
FOR SALE-One good Horse an<
Mule. Apply to L. H. Harvin, Man.
ning, S. C.
The big Clara Kimball Young pic
ture "Marriage a la Carte" at The
Pastime Friday night. See it.
WANTED-500 dozed of eggs. Wil
pay 25c per dozen. Hirschmann'i
FOR SALE-Fifty bushels pure
Brabham Peas at $2.25 per bushel
H. B. Richardson, Summerton, S. C
The show windows of our dry goods
stores make a handsome appearance
just now-Easter goods in profusior
being prominently displayed.
Miss Clara Williams, of Milledge
ville, Ga., and Mrs. J. B. Smith, qf
Waynesboro, Va., are the guests o
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Mouzon.
Make your narrow gauge Ford a
wide gauge by using the Ford Ex
tension, complete and put on $17,
Iarvin Motor Co.
The residence of Mr. John Wheeler
in the Fork of Black river, was
broken into last week and several
The reports from the bedside of
Mrs. Lizzie Briggs, who is in the
Sumter hospital is that she is im
Keel) in the ruts by using a Ford
Extension on your narrow gauge car.
Ask for a demonstration. Harvin
The rest room in the Court House
has bden put in good order and is
es TRAD, AR REG17 :
AS G TEED
the nation over,"
dues you get in Styleplus. Every Suit
;i handler, Sumter, S. C.-advt.
ier* shipment of our cele
I Extra Improved
ent Corn !
LUble corn that savedI so
.Nowvhere else can this
ec had. 12M7c qulart, 90c
iite Corn. Makes good on
all-round( desirable kind.
y King !
Makes good yield, good
Ll--round goodI Corn. 10c
Vhite Dent !
embher of the Corn family.
ts many f riendls who will
ic quart, 90c peck, liquid
ARE SCARCE. IF YOU
IT KINDI TAKE OUR
WD) BUY NOW.
Have your New SJ
you want it. They 10<
representative of pleasi
and Summer at remar
now comfortable and attractive. I
is hoped that it may prove a rea
comfort to many tired shoppers.
Mr. J. L. Harrison, piano tune
from Columbia, will be in Mannint
March 19 to do some work for th
pupils of Miss Augusta Appelt. Any
one wishing their pianos tuned notif;
FOR SALE-Cotton Seed-Improv
ed Toole and Dixie Blight Proof
$1.35 per bushel. Apply to H. K
Beatson, Manning, S. C.
Manager R. D. Plyler, of Thy
Pastime, has booked Thos. E. Dixon'
big production "The Fall of a Na
Lion." This will be shown on Fielb
Day, April 13th. 'T'his is a seque
play to "The Birth of a Nation" am
is now playing for the first time out
side of the large cities.
FOR SALE-Fifty bushels 90 dal
velvet beans at $1.50 per bushel
Clean and sound. H. 13. Richardson
Summerton, S. C.
The entertainment committee o
the Civic League, Mrs. Leon vein
berg, chairman, is planning a nove
silver tea for 'T'hursday evening. I
is to he a St. Patrick's party wit)
the Irish idea skillfully carried ou
in the decorations. The entertain
ment will be held at the home of Mrs
Dave Levi. Everybody is invited am
the admission is but a dime.
The Civic League will meet at th
Court Ilouse Monday aftei'noor
March 19th, at .1::. Anyone havin
money from the chain of teas wil
please bring or send same to thi
meeting. At this time a delegat
will he elected to attend the Stat
Federation Convention at llartsvill
in 1 April and I a .ull at t endance
If' you want to saveC money ge
yourii Aunti Supp~llie's fromt I larvi
.\lotor (Co. Rememb'.er our Free Ai
A ftler sev'eralI weXks of' wrangl in
ablout the hog licen ~' in Marnnin;
the board of' healtht mit with cit
couneil .\ondlay a ft ernoona, and Lb
hai was plaiced i o keeping hogsi
the city limit s. so ater today, if thi
bivc is ern toire.l no i per's'in will I.
IDied at h i- homen iniX Manniing hat
Sunday. . \lr. d1. It. W'at heriford, an
in Monday. 'Th'e .'used was hui
last week lby hau ing a cree fall (
him while' cuttinu timberi, and dent
cisulted as abo've statd Mr. Weatl
rfrwas ir. inally from Marlboi
county,. mingifi to \Lbinning sever,
year's ago ti enugage' in the saw% i
''.ere'( instruent cd ti inispiect all preri
ises 4'very t wo*i weeiks, an re'iivport co
dlitions toii thi' pridenit't of the lBoa
of Iealthi. This is a rieait m1ov'e al
we hope t he lauw will be( ('nforced.
is .just as easy5 toi ki'ep ('lean as it
tio livei in filth. We will be glad
pulish, the r'eporiits oif the Hoiard
th('y will furn ish us with the nect
sary dIatam. A' per'siin that w ill not ke
hiis pirem ise's clean should be' pun ish<
If you c'ar no' )th ing fori your o,
heanlth, remember yoiu have ne'ighbo
Nobby Ties and Silk Shirts for East
We can suIpply your wants. ,J<
eph M. Chandler, 16( S. Ma in '
Sumter, S. C.-Advt.
Eyes Examined GlIasses Fiti
MONDAY AND TUES
bring Suit made to your owr
k Better and Wear Longer'
ng personality to help you sE
kably Low Prices for these
t Mrs. Mermione Jenkinson, a most
1 estimable Christian woman, died last
Friday at the home of her son, Robert
R. Jenkinson of Manning, after a pro
longed illness, at the advanced age
of 78 years. She was the widow of
the late Clark Jenkinson and was a
- native of Clarendon county. She is
survived by six sons and one daugh
ter and a number of grandchildren.
Mrs. Jenkinson had long been a de
voted member of the Methodist church
and was esteemed by all who knew
- her for her gentle, kind, disposition.
The remains were interred in the city
cemetery Saturday afternoon, the
burial service being conducted by her
pastor, the Rev. Watson B. Duncan.
The goods. Boys' knee pants at
50, 75, $1.00 to $2.50. Boys' blue
serge suits at $4.50 to $8.50. See us
today. Joseph M. Chandler.-Advt.
Coker's Petigreed Williamson Corn
direct from Coker last spring, 85c
a peck; $3.00 a bushel.
Nancy Hall Slips from the vine
$1.00 a bushel.
About 20 bushels of Iron Peas
slightly mixed $2.25 a bushel.
I give a 10 days guarantee with
I intend starting a aeed breeding
farm and can't afford to sell you
tnything but the best.
JOHN II. THAMES,
-2t. Alcolu, S. C.
S_ o --
Fisk Singers Here.
The Fisk University Jubilee sin
ers gave a very fine concert in the
colored graded school last night. A
splendid audience attended and the
folk songs and recitals were line.
The Jubilee Singers are on their
tnational tour. They have travelled
extensively and through their special
rwork Fisk University at Nashville,
Tenun., has grown to be one of the
grete~st schools of art of the negre
The local c oloredl school has had
vsome very fine lippularu meetings t h i
e session that reflects much credlit up~on
a the adlmin istraotion of the school
e There were several white people ii
e the audience last night who spok<
highly of the concert. M.
t Services at the Met hodist Chiurcht.
y Mianning Mlethuodist Church, IDr
't W~atson1 B. D un~can , P astor.
n~ Sunday School at 10 A. M., Mr
h Joseph SprottI, Suplerinitendlent.
i.. Men's Bible (Chass ar same hour
-o H on. Cha rlton lDuitant, Tleacher.
d Preach ing at I I A. M\. by the P'as
Subject: "The (Church WVith
il At 8 P. M1. M. D lietriew, a repre
.sentative of' the National WV. C. T'. U.
a. will address a Mass meeting at thi
edl Epworth I eague at -1:30 P. M., Mi
di J. B. Cantey, P'resident.
It. Prayer Service on Thursday at
is P. M., followed by the Teacher-Trait
to ing Class.
if Public .cordially invited to all sei
si. (Clapp Shoes
es. All the latest styles and leather
Oxfords and1 HIigh Cuts at $8.50. G<
er a lit today. Joseph M. Chandler, 1
s. S. Main St., Sumter, S..C.-advt.
Mrs. S. E. Curtis, accompanied 1
ed Mrs. Madge Curtis, returned Monde
from a visit to Miss Vivian Curtis
Mr. Howard Tisdale went overi
Congarec last week to visit his broti
er. Mr. Tom Tisdale.
DAY, MARCH 19-20.
individual measure. Fit gu
than others and .the Price is
iect a Suit from the Newes
times. Call in and look 'em a
L. A. C. OR
The Alcolu Railroad Co., will sel
rates, and will hold train No. 4, to
after the concert, March 19th, 19]
Misses Alice Broadway, and Leatha
Edwards spent the week-end at the
home of Dr. R. E. Broadway at
Mr. Pon Herling had his arm badly
hurt one day last week cranking a
Miss Sudie Cutter is rapidly con
valescing from a spell of fever.
Mrs. W. L. Brunson, Jr., and chil
dren from Sumter are visiting at
her father's home, Mr. M. B. Corbett
Mrs. H. J. McLeod and daughter,
Miss Viola are back from a visit to
Mrs. Marion Cox at Florence.
Mrs. J. N. Brown, Sr., returned
Saturday from Sumter, where she
The some price
Ever attempted to show the valu
gunranteed. Only $17.00. Joseph A
THE L A. 0
A LCOLU. S. C.. Marc
- Tils highly entertaiig and
of eight gifted and talented you
It was organized at the Lye
and thoroughly c'oachedl by Elias
andl Maxi, l'ischiel, the eminent
,From their first engagemer
nouneed success. Tlheir progra
-and contains suflicient variety 1<
Th'le enthiusiasm~ of their am
and personal coimment s t hat are
- which these charming andl taler
, eived. It is indeed fortunmmate
should have dlecidled to dlevote I
of the p~ublic instead of remai
.and living t he (quiet life as manm
'lhe real lelasure which ti
.more to the pleasure felt by ti
TIickets--Advance sale up to and
y T. E. LJIDE, St
aranteed. Style just as
no more. Experienced
t Creations for Spring
t of the
J. S. C.
1 round trip tickets at reduced
leave Alcolu, S. C., immediately
visited her son, Mr. T. P. Brown.
Mrs. R. B. Bradham spent a while
in Sumter last week visiting relatives.
Mrs. Madge Curtis, from Chester
field came a few days ago to visit
Mrs. S. E. Curtis.
Mrs. A. J. Jones and Miss Ruth
Jones returned from 'Charleston on
Saturday after a two weeks visit to
Mrs. Carl Heidt.
Some of the young folks of the
town are rehearsing a play entitled
"A Kentucky Belle," which they hope
to present in the very near future.
Advertising in The Times Always
Brings Big Results.
-RADE MACK REGISTE.ED
the nation over,
es you get in Styleplus. Every Suit
I. Chandler, Sumter, S. C.-advt.
hi 19th, 1917. 8:30 P. M
dlelight ful at tract ion is comnposed
eumn Arts Conservatory, Chicago.
D~ay, the Director of the school,
It the company has been a pro.
mn is excepltionally well selected
fulfill all requiiremnents.
liences everywhere, andl the press
given, testify to the delight with
ted young women have been re
that these gifted young ladies
heir talents to ine entertainment
ning in their comfortahie homes
y are disposed to g;o.
tey take in their work adds the
ie others in hearing them.
including Saturday March 17, 1917
7hildren( tunder 12 years old) t0c
%larch 17th, 1917:
Children (under 12 years old) 50c
,JU, S. C.
ACY, MIANNIN'G, s. C.
'MMERTON, S. C.
A BII,, S. C.
RDINIA, S. C.
LANTA, 5. C.