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Abe ianning times.
Published Every Wednesday
.. I. APPELT.-------------(---Editor
F. M. SHOPE-- -.Business Manager
The second quarterly conference of
the New Zion circuit was held at
Workman church March 2.1-25. T h
unavoidlale wea thier prevented a
great many ipeople from attendiang.
Quite? a large congregation heardi an
appropriate and forceful sermon b
SRev. D). A. Phillips, P. E.
Miiss Marie Eaddy, teacher of the
Bethel school, spent the week-end(
wvith Miss llentz at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. .J. Rt. Harirow.
Mrs. Conyers Illoil iday andl ch ildiren
of Sumter arc visiting Mr's. Mary
HIa rri ngtLon.
v'isitors ini Kintgstriee Tlu(esday,.
Miss Isla Wx'right, principal1 of the
Oak Diale school was called Ihome I-'ri
day on account of the illness of her
Mr. HT. M'. McIntosh and stns, D). A.
and Ernest of New Zion, pased5l
through Workman Saturday en route
Mr'. J1. R. Lanigfordi, principal1 of
New Zion gradied school, and Mir. R.
'T. Gibobns, spent Sunday with Mr'.
G. T. McIntosh, at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. .J. Rt. Harrow.
*Mrs D). A. Phillips, of K ingstree,
was the guest of Mrs. J. IR. iar row
Miss Lottye Woods andl mother ofI
Sar'dinia were visi tor's in Workman
Mr. G. TI. McIntosh, accompanied
b~y his sisteri, Ava, motored to Mayes
ville Sunday afternoon.
Mr'. and Mrs. Laindon ('ousar of
Sardinia spent Sunday at the home of
Mr. D). E. Epps.
Rev. M. F'. Der'kes will preach next
Sunday at Workman church in be
half of the Educational Campaign for
the benenit of the Methodist colleges.
Mr. and Mrs. J1. R. Harrow, Mrs.
D). A. McIntosh, and Mr. Guy McIn
tosh were visitors in Kingstree Mon
Resolutions of the .Jordan Charge
Sunday School 'Teachers' Asso
Resolved that the invitation of
'Bethlehem was highl appreciated by
Schattacr & viurx
licials of the Jordnn Charge.
Resolved that ak . the weather
was very disagreeab, - there was a
good attendance, all of whom went
away very much encouraged and in
spired with the high Ideals of Sun
day school work.
Resolved that the paper which was
read by Miss I[elen E. Malone and the
addresses by the Rev. W. 0. Ilender
son and Dr. Watson B3. Duncan were
very interesting and instructive.
Resolved that the reports of the
Sunday school superintendent and
teachers were very full and encour
aging whichi manifest the interest
which is bieing taken in the Sunday
Iesoh-'d that a copy of the above
be sent to The Manning TIimes, The
ChIiristian A dvoen te and The TI erald.
Mrs. JT. HT. llorton,
IIlele E' . 'dalone,
G;. L. ('.rh-y,
St roll D~owni This
vyen ing andl tke a peep at our'
shoe window there you will see all
th* bitest styles and leathers from
T. I). IBarry, Thomipson Bros. and
dlon't forget the (hIapp' at only $8.50).
Noneii better'. G et a lit. t oday. .Joseph
M. (Chandler, Sutinter, S. C-Advt.
TfNT YEAR8 AGO
March .'1, 1897.
W. E.. Jenkinson was adlvertising
Sea Island Hlomespun at -le yardu.
iel hast night , Ge'rtrude, a seven
year-ol (aughter of Clerk of Court
.J. II. Tlimmons.
Mrs. IX. I se mani, of S pa rtanbu rg,
aft'er a visit of several weeks to her
parents ini Manning, Ileft for her
home last Sunday.
Died last F'riday at her home near
Sardinia, Miss .Janie Mcladdin, aged
ab~out 22 yearis. She was a daughter
of Mr. R. E. Mcladdin.
Mr. Isaac C. Ingram has conc'luded
t~o return' to Mannfing to make his fu
ture home. Hie will occupy the Mood
house on Church street.
The work of building the two newv
stores between Hfarvin and Harron 's
and Dr. Blrockington's will soon he
gin and we are told they are v'ery
Captain WV. C. Davis has completedl
a telephone line out to his mother's
lplantationl and it is working nicely.
wie show you i
iing classy to
will select a
ie, 'Grey or Gr"
rer you prefe:.
vill be a good
Street or Lior
nit Socks, Vat
illars and a fe
iaffner & Marx Clothes.
IS JUST .2
Are youi rea<
If not visit
at the cas
$300 frQ Mc
vill be sometl
/arx Suit, Bit
Then it v
e higher late
.ozen Lion Cc
We can r
The Home of Hart Sc
Mr. J. W. McLeod has had one-out to
his house for some time.
Married last Thursday in Sumter
county at the residence of the bride's
parents, Mr. J. 1-1. Harrison, of Clar
endon, and Miss S. E. Watts, of Sum
ter. Rev. J. 0. Gough performed the
The Sumter tobacco warehouse was
destroyed by fire last Sunday morn
ing, 75,000 pounds of tobacco being
burned up. While this fire was rag
ing the handsome residences of
Messrs. M'ditc'hell and F'erdinand I ,evi
were in imin ent danger andt shortly
a fter the firemen returned to their
engine houses, the residence of Mrs.
A. 1. Brown caught on fire and the
most of it was dlestroyedI.
A mad (dog created conis iderable
excitement in our town yesterday.
'The crazy canine started from hiis
owner, Mr. L.. K. I lowle in thle coun
try and on his way to townc he blit
every dlog that crossed hiis pacthI. In
t own he went from pla:c-e to pla0ce
and seemed to ta ke a frenztiedl delight
in biting his wvay through. Several
(logs were bit ten a nd in the a fter
niocon the dloy was overtaken by
Messrs. l*. I. G a mble and Ed Wind
hmc in the yard of r.colored man
and shot to dleathI. Many people are
conisideIrabhly caarmed, fearing that
lhe clogs bi tten will also go nmado and
that. the ch ild(ren especiaclly will be
K ING; A IHEllT IlI, S
I ondlon, March 27.--.K ing Albert of
Ielgiun MOf~arech 18 madec a long
acirphine flight undler fi re over the
lighting front., according to L~a Me
tropole, a newspaicper publishlied here.
Whlil v c~ isiting ac new flying ground
he king expressed a dlesire~ to act as
an observation olflicer. Accrdingly
he ascended wvith the famous Belgian
airman, Cacptacin Jacquet. P'resedled
by a squadron of fighting placnes, the
king flew over the whole Belgian
Y'ser front at a height oif :1,000 to
[j,000 feet. ie mccde mcmny observa
tions and took photographs with sue
German anti-aidcraft guns kept up
c sustained fire, but no Germlan air
man ventured in the way of the king's
cirplane. Subsequently the king (dis
'ussed his observations with the gen
ADVERTISER IN TIlE TIMRS.
L Knox Hat-first, it
Hart Schaffner &
een, plain or pinch
idea to get a half
i Shirts; they will
sity Underwear, a
w Kiser Ties will
SUMTER S. C.
I FEW DAYS OFF!
ly for the dress-up-time?
MCOLLUM BRos, 14 S.
r S. 0.
32 of the Newest Easter Dresses
Received today Special Priced at
$8.50, $10, $12.50, $15,
$18.50, $20, $22.50,
Yes, we have the best Display of
Easter Coat Suits we ever had, at
$10, $12.50, $15, $18.50
$20, 5i22.50 $25,
up to $45.
est of Easter Waists,
eckwear, Hosiery and
wait your inspection
Collurn Bros. ::hI:.::
S. Main St., Sumter, S. C.