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S t $17
Every Suit Guaranteed or
new one for it. Only.....
Rich in the season's color
ings here for you
50c 0 $1.00
SHIRTS AND SILK
In accord with the fash
ion's latest decree
$1.00 to $5.00
We re pleased to
promptly by Parcel Pos
16 S. Main St
Prunes, delicious, lb .._ -- -
Evaporated Apples, extra f:
Evaporated Peaches, choice
Fat Mackerel, very fine, es
String Beans, choice, can -
Okra and Tomatoes, large <
Sugar Corn, as to quality, <
TURNIPS, IRISH P0T
We are still in the food
stock in town, marked at r
ed by the tr
look as we
at $1.50 t(
a $17 Niffy
WE REMEMBER THE
They soon will be men. W(
have just the Easter
Suit for them
$4.50 to $8.50
All-Wool Blue Serges at
show you. If you cai
or Express prepaid.
ncy, lb -- .... -18c
,Ilb .. . ..-....15c
*ch ..... ... __ --25c
'an ... 13c, 18c and 20c
game with the livest
end of Fashic
we are show
)ur Fashion Par]
,ll if you are standing or
k or Regular, at
$20 to $2
in Stouts. Regulars o
$18.50 to $:
)f spring are in our new
. Stetson, $4.00 to $5.(
line of Caps---Men or Bo
To see our line of Hosiery
in all the latest shades
Line of Belts and Sus
Bags and Suit Cases
riot come, ring upj 294. a
L ast sunday night the store of
E. D~avis, at Davis station, was brt
e'n into and rob~bedl, and on Mond
night Deputy Sheriff Thames arre:
ed Alex Williams; also Richard 1'
Leod and1 Hannabal White, chargi
the first two with housebreaking a
larceny and White with selling sto]
goodls. Sonme of the goods were foui
andl idlentifiedl by Mr. D~avis. Willial
andl MeIeod are in jail and White
out on bond.
On last Friday night the comm
sary of Mr. F. C. Thomas at Blool
v'ille was broken into and robbed a
on Saturday morning Mr. Ed. Gal
ble0 took his (logs, and run dIown Li
Conyers and Ciscero Levy, both ci
ored. The articles stolen were fou
in the homes of Conyers and Le'
and they were placed in jail.
Deputy Sheriff Thames and Polic
man Flowers had quite an odd exj
rience last Monday night when th
went to the house of Alex Willian
colored, to arrest him on the char
n in the
sitting. In the nobby
- Slims at
FELTS and STRAWS
y's---50c to $1.50.
ED)WIN Ct.APP 6 SON
That are correct.
$3.50 to $5.50
$5.00 to $6.50
tour order will be filled
Sumter, S. C.
Sof housebreakin and aceny. The of
ficers concealed themselves undIer the' I
house, awaiting Alex's ret urn home
andl a fter ab)out two and a half hoursr
'of peaceful watching, they heard I
someone breath ing near them, and
ay when the flash light was thrown in I
-that direction, there was A lex ing mt
ec- in about two feet of the officers. Theyi
rgarrested him and lodged him in ji.
On IEaster Sunday morning at
11:30 o'clock, services will be held in
ns' St. Marks IEpiscopal church (Sand
1IIills) preaching and bapltism and the e
celebration of the Iholy Comnmunion. r
This will be the last services the ree
is- tor Rev. WV. HI. Barnwell will hold int
Sthis parish having resigned from ac- e
ad tive service. Mr. Barnwell came to t
"this parish may 1896. i
'rhe American Press of this week
nid publishes a long list of "A-I" country Ji
7newspapers, and a portion of the C
heading readls "An honor to be named o
among the pioneers, wvhose ranks i
e- swell daily, getting more power." In tl
ec- all this list only three South Caro- hi
ey lina weeklies are given, they are: The n
is, Manning Timnea, Abbevillo Medium v
iro and the Rnnnttaville Adoce. We t,
egrudge our other weekly contem
oraries nothing, but are proud of
ur own standing.
A fine tract of land in Richland
ounty on Capitol Highway road, 22
niles from Columbia. Old Ante-bel
um home on place alone worth
5,000.00, (2) fine mineral springs,
'or quick sale, $5,000.00 buys it.
J. Bates Gerald,
Manning, S. C.
Services at the Methodist Church.
Manning 'Methodist Church, Dr.
Vatson B. Duncan, Pastor.
Sunday School at 10 A. M., Mr.
oseph Sprott, Superintendent.
Men's Bible Class at same hour,
Ion. Charlton DuRant, Teacher.
Preaching at 11 A. M., by the Pas
Subject: "Learning and Leader
Epworth League at 4:30 P. M., MIr.
. B. Cantey, President.
At 5 P. M. Dr. A. Ml. Ilughlett, of
mery University, Atlanta, Georgia,
vill speak on "Christian Education."
'his address will be a rare opportu
tity for the people of Manning and
he public is cordially invited.
Prayer Service on Thursday at 4:30
. M., followed by the Teacher-Train
Public cordially invited to all ser
Dr. Iughlett to Speak.
Dr. A. M. Hughlett, of Emory Uni
-ersity, Atlanta, Georgia, will be in
danning on next Sunday and will
peak in the Methodist Church on
Christian Education." Dr. Ilughlett
s a very fine speaker and a great
'tducator. The people of the commu
ity generally are most cordially in
-itedl to hear this distinguished
peaker. The address will be at the
iethodist Church at 5 P. M.
Death of Miss Kittie McFaddin.
Died on February 23rd, 1917, .Miss
' ittie MlcFaddin, after many months
f suffering. In the death of Kittie,
he whole community has sustained
l very great loss. She was always
villing and trying to do whatever she
ould for the betterment of her neigh
Although not a member of the
xtrch at Iarvin, she attendled reg
darly anl was an active member of
he Sunday school. She will be sadly
nissed' by the church and Sunday
,ehool. She was one of the first ones
o work up what is now larvin's
Iome Demonstration Club of which
he was a faithful member up to the
ioe of her death.
Whereas it has pleased our Ileaven
y Father to remove from our midst
ru learly beloved sister, .Miss Kittie
d eFa!din, therefore he it resolved;
First. That we bow in humble sub
nission to our Iteavenly Father's will,
vho "doeth all things well."
econd. That we deeply feel the
oSs which) our Club and conhmuni ty
Third. That we extend to her~ famn
ly ourzt deepest symipathy aol pray
hat Godl may sustain them ini this
imie ofIt roule atnt sorrow.
Fouthl. Tlhatt a page.~t in our Al in
ites be set asid e, and these resolu
ins be recordled thlerelin as a le mo
ial to our sitr.
FifthI. That a copy of* P thlese' reso5
utitos be sent to the biereatved famn~
ly, anti to [he .dantiing Times and
'.lias Mlaybin I todge,
3 iss Nat her ine \l. It ich ard son.
.serties oif m~eetinogs. for the pur
otne of orgaizitng the Club Wo'rk
m'ong the boys and girls of~ Cla ren
on Counmt y, has just been comnpleted
yv County Agent, P'. II. Semn and1
I ome Ilh-monst rationt A gent, Ka the
inei M . leichardsoni. They tmet with
ni unusual degree of success in or
anoizing ( orn Clubs, Pig Clubs,
'ul try~ Clunbs, ltread Clubs anid Catn..
ing ClIubs. P'racticallIy every school
athe coutnty was visi ted and the
1eetitngs wetre well attendled by the
atrons of each school. District
gwet, C.. A. Ale'I'additi andl Superin
'tiendet of I-:ducatiotn, E. .J. Br'owne
(crompianiedl the County Agenit sev
ralI days atnd made excellent talks
hIat ive to the demotnstration worik.
Several of the I Iome Detmonstrta
ion Clubs are making moniey to
quip kitchens in their schools so that
'icy may have the Bread Club wvork
their schools atid also use the k itch
tn for their meetings.
Otie Comtiunity Club was also or
anized b~y the County Agents at
uk Dale school. The object of this
rgatnization is to help the people
this comunity in three ways; for
e improvemient of themselves, their
omes, and their community. Its
iembership includes bo0th tmen and
romen. The initial meeting wvas at
ended by more than one hundred
' Bank N6. 341
Statement of the Condition of the
BANK OF PIN[IOOD
located at Pinewood, S. C., at the
close of business March 5, 1917.
Loans and Discounts - - -$63,884.10
Overdrafts --- - - - - - - 448.85
Furniture and Fixtures - - 1,000.00
Banking House - .. - - . 1,443.20
Due from Banks and Bank
ers - - - -- -- - - .- . 1,669.02
Currency - - - -- -. .- - - 907.00
Gold .- - - - - - - - - 10.00
Silver and Other Minor
Coin-------- - - 396.75
Cheeks and Cash Items - - 46.33
Total _ .. _ . . _ -- - - - $69,804.75
LIA BILITI ES.
Capital Stock Paid In - .. ..$10,000.00
Surplus Fund - - -- - - - 1,100.00
Undivided Prof:ts, less Cur
rent Expenses and Taxes
Paid _ 2,922.67
i)ue to Banks and Bankers 231.07
its Subject to
Check -.. _- - 29,425.04
Savings Deposns 16,125.97
Bills i'aayahie. including
('ert tent's ' for loney .
Borowed . 10,000.00
'T'otal ._$... _ _$69,804.75
State of South Carolina, County of
Before me cane R. A. Ridgill,
Cashier of the above named bank,
who, being duly sworn, says that the
above and foregoing statement is a
true condition of said bank, as shown
by the books of said bank.
R. A. RIDGILL.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 26th day of .March, 1917.
E. Al. BRA DIIAM, (L. S.)
Correct A ttest :
L. A. Graham,
P. H-. Broughton,
people of the comunity. The officers
of the club are as folows: Pres. John
J. Epps; Vice-Pres. 11. B. Harring-.
ton; Secretary. J. Marion Evans.
This club will meet once a month and
the programs each time will be of a
You Have All
'T'o gain and nothing to lose if you
wear Styleplus. Let us show you
the new style for Easter. Joseph M.
Chandler, Sumter, S. C. --Advt.
GEN. CL.ARK NA.MES STlA FF
Appointment for First Brigade, South
Columbia, March 26.-Grig. Gen.
W. A. Clark, commanding the First
Brigade, South Carolina Division,
United Confederate Veterans, has an
nounced the followin as metibers of
his stafl': ID. W. Aleci.aurnn inspector
g'ueeral. Columbia; h. .1. G;rillith,
tquatrtmster1, (olumia; W X. I. Law
thei lHon. .James Simontzs. jutdte advo
('ate generial. (Charleston ; te Rev.
TIhorton W41 ha ite, chayla in general,
Columblia; Dr. .Julius 11. Taylor, sur'
'IThe stallf membe)4rs will have the
r'anitk of Ih iet'enant co'oneil and the
abh-1,s wvill htave thle m'anik oft majt~or
upoinl t he staff' of the genemiral con.
'The t' mty F ichl D~ay is ttly a f
ot \ )r ow amid it bi'htoves eatch
an :1 I veryt' t'eacherm in the countyv ti
see t hat h is or1 her' schoo! is prop(er'!v
repre4sent id. I t is I hV t! y o)f eat hi
an l everyv connuni tot ex pect th it.
::4)uri sc l't)i be' repres -m 'd. If it is
not,. then the 4jues tin why nt ? 'io
intke the lay a Sura:i . it .houhbl It
the ple( of1 e'ach schoo4)l tt do0 its par ,
an Iitnot lea\' it to4 th . othetr one to
frrnish theo no::trial whichi contrib
ttes to thv ei etrI
"'g('t-totge'theri'-dayi." l.et each teacher
see' that the school Ito or1 she teacheiLs
doe4s its ]'irt.
E.> .1. BROW)XNE,
tounty Supt . otf Educationl.
Why D~o We
Giv' such values in Styh'plus ? An
w..t y.ou to) weari a goodi suiit for' only
Sl~ ''n an ! ievery snit guarai'nteed or
a now one' for it. ,Ioseph ~.. Chand
AD lVERTlISE IN THEl TIMIES.
CHAS. H. CURTIS,
Phone 596, - - SUr1THR. S. C.