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the fNanning times.
Publishes All County and Town ci
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1917.
Plant vegetables and feed yourself.
J. G. Dinkins, Esq., attended the
Sumter court the first of the week.
Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook of Spartanburg
was a 'visitor to Manning this week.
Every vacant lot should be planted
this year in some kind of food stuff.
Mrs. E. S. Ervin spent Easter with
her daughters in Rock Hill.
Mr. Eugene Beard spent the week
end* with friends in Leesville.
"The Waiter's Ball" with "Fatty"
Arbuckle in the leading role at The
Pastime Friday (Field Day).
A bouncing boy was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Newton at their home
in Charleston yesterday morning.
Misses Tora Bagnal and Margaret
Blanding; of Sumter, spent the week
endl with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ness, accom
panied by Mr. Levinson spent Sunday
Nowv in stock large quantites of
good corn, oats, syrup fe'ed, p~eanut.
meal, hog feed, cotton seed hulls, feed
meal and timothy hay. W. P. LEGG.
"As Copeland Goes, Si
LEARN THlE WAY.
FOR THE MEN
Can we serve you in anything fra
our comp1lel(te stock of
NEW SPRING SUITS
$ 15.00 t $30.0(
NEW STYLE HATS
$2.00 to $5.00
OGIDER HY MAIL,-WE PREP'A'
1ti35 M AIN SJIT
Mew lot of Sil
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Be sure and see "Fatty" Arbuckle
cavort in The Waiter's Ball," at The
Pastime Friday, (Field Day).
The monument fund is growing
laily, and in a short while the debt
will be paid ip.
Bring us your batteries and have
hem recharged. We guarantee all
vork. Ilarvin Motor Co.
FOUND-A store key near Man
iing. The owner can have same by
applying at The Times office.
"Fatty" Arbuckle in all his bigness
vill be one of the attractions at The
'astime Friday (Field Day).
WANTED-Nice fat Beef Cattle.
Nlarket price paid for same. Jos. S.
Dickson, Alcolu, S. C.
Edward Clark, who is a student at
fIhe Citadel, spent the Easter vaca
tion with his father, Mr. R. D. Clark.
The Civic League will meet at the
court House Monday afternoon, April
16 th, at 4:30 o'clock. A full attend
ince is urged.
WANTED-Dressed pork 10 1-2c
per p~oundl. Phone me if you have
ny. Jos. S. Dickson, Alcolu, S. C.
Some miscreant took advantage of
Mr. R. II. Davis while he was ill, and
stole his barn of peas, which was his
Lentire pe~a crop).
The ladies of the Civic League have
just plantedI two fine palml trees in
front of the Court House, which are
an oJrnament to the beautiful square.
Goes the Fashion."
k Dresses, Si
These are the very f
newest and wanted shad
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Mrs. B. C. Morgan, of Chapel Hill,
4. C., formerly Miss Mary Anna Rid
till, is visiting her mother, Mrs. M.
. Ridgill near Manning.
Postmaster Bradham has planted a
arge and handsome "Old Glory" flag
m the postoffice, which gives our
treet quite a patriotic appearance.
Small lot Improved Golden Dent
,orn Seed on hand. 75c the peck.
,orn going up every day. Buy now.
the 5-10-25c Store.
Send us your job work, our prices
ire reasonable, but not below cost.
Ve will gladly estimate on anything
n the printing line.
The citizens of Manning deeply re
;ret the loosing of Mr. and Mrs. Sea
nan Richardson, who have moved to
Beneford's Monarch Golden Giant
Spark Plug-14K gold-plated. Sells
or $1.00 and worth it. Guaranteed
or the life of the engine. Sold by
larvin Motor Co.
"Trilby" is one of Clara Kimball
Young's biggest productions. The
picture taken from the book will be
long remembered by all those ,who
see it.. At The Pastime Friday mati
nee and night, A pril 13.
Mr. B. B3. Breedin returnedl from
Charleston last Saturday, where he
went to enlarge his stock preparatory
to moving into his big store next to
the postoffice. IHe was accomipaniedi
by Capt. and Mrs. Breedin.
Millinery Sale now on at the
5-10-25c Store. Ladlies, it is wvonder
ful to see the beautiful shapes these
people are selling at 98c each.
Married in Columbia last Friday
evening Mr. Frank Rogers and Miss
Marian Wells, youngest (aughter of
County T1reasurer L. L. Wells. The
groom is one of Manning's most pop)
ilar young men and the bride is a
very attractive and accomplished
voung lady. We extend congratula
tions to both.
FOR SA LI'> -a limite I n'unbIer of'
bushels of Mli tche! i's~ Imp:oved I.o
Stalec Cotton Seed. .1.. perl Wi.hel.
L. M. Bryant, Route I, .2!an..n,
Mr. Ed Gamble was enlled to D~al
zell, Sumter county last Monday to
try and locate the party that broke
in the store of John D~argin on Sat
urdlay night. Mr. Ga mble took his
:!aga, and1( although the trail was about
fourteen hours old, the dogs trailed
[0 the home of J1esse White and Allen
Anaderson, whe re some of the stolen
Loods5 were found. TIhese' men were
placed in jail.
We have just eqtuipped our shop1
with an uIp-to-date re-charging ma
-h inc. This is a very ex pensive piece
iRyes Examined Glasses Fitted
J. E. ARANT, II. G.
M ANNING, S. C.
I Sport Coats
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produce food. Plant beans by the
fences, rice in the wet spots, potatoes
in the corners, and corn wherever it
ean be made to advantage. "In a
multitude of council there is wisdom."
D. 0. Rhame.
Summerton, S. C., April 9, 1917.
Clara Kimball Young, the queenly
screen star, and Wilton Lackaye, the
elebrated dramatic stage artist, will
be seen jointly for the first time in
a picturization of the famous stage
aind fiction classic, "Trilby," which
2omes to The Pastime theatre on Fri
:lay, April 13.
Miss Sumner's Lecture.
At the Pastime last Tuesday after
noon and evening under' the auspices
of the Civic League, a very interest
ing and helpful illustrated lecture on
bealth was given by Miss Elizabeth
Sumner, executive secretary of the
Anti-Tuberculosis Association of S. C.
The fact that two thousand people
:lied of tuberculosis in South Carolina
A cordial invitation
A rt Need leN
where we arn
Designs for Ha:
That represent dlistinctive
and suggest the most modern
> to embellish articles of wvea
tion. The assortment includ
sta mpedl linens, undergarment!
--ory for embroidering and croc
Oil'er a convenient means
eles embroidered by your ow
conme to you comp~lete and cI
contain stamped material of
up or ready for making, suffli
lelte the embroidery and exp
lost Popular Store in Ma
last year shows that our State should
do everything possible to eliminate
this dreadful disease. A number of
Manning people joined the Anti-Tu
berculosis Association. The health
committee of the Civic League will
lend a helping hand to this worthy
cause. Wednesday afternoon Miss
Sumner talked to our colored people
and succeeded in getting them to or
ganize an Anti-Tuberculosis League.
They gladly entered into this work
to be done among their people and
by so doing will be a great help to
"Trilby," picturized with Clara
Kimball Young and Wilton Lackaye
in the leading roles, comes to The
Pastime theatre on Friday, April 13,
"Trilby" is in five acts and over
two hundred and fifty scenes.
Highest prices paid for Brass, Cop
per and Old Tires. A. Goldstein,
Manning, S. C.
s extended to visit our'
a displaying an
'ly original idleas in needlecraft
methods of applying hand wvork
ring apparel and home dlecora
as the most choice selection of
, etc., together with every acces
of possessing the dIaintiest arti
hands. These package outfits
aan in a sealed envelope. They
the highest quality, either made
ient Royal Society floss to com
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west out, and in all the
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of machinery, and we are now in posi
tion to re-charge your batteries at
reasonable prices. Harvin motor Co.
"Your country cals you," but every
body can't be officers, scme must be
just mere privates. So when you of
fer your services don't expect too
much, or you may be disappointed.
And too, don't try and bluff Uncle
Sam by telling him you are at his
services, unless you mean it, for he
will surely call your bluff. This is no
time to shoot hot air. Bullets are
what counts now.
Beneford's Monarch Golden Giant
Spark Plug-14K gold-plated. Sells
for $1.00 and worth it. Guaranteed
for the life of the engine. Sold by
Harvin Motor Co.
We can win the WvAR. We must
help by living at home. Provisions
are going to be scarcer and higher
than we have ever known them to be.
It is even possible that some will
starve. It is the duty of every one to
see that all waste places are made to
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