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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1917.
.No more booze-this is the fatal
Mr. S. L. Krasnoff of Sumter was
n town yesterday.
Mrs. R. R. Jenkinson is visiting
relatives in Kingstree.
Expected to arrive soon two cars
brick and one car lime.
W. P. LEGG.
Drs. E. W. Barron and A. S. Todd
were in Sumter on business Monday
WANTED--Nice fat Beef Cattle.
Market price paid for same. Jos. S.
Dickson, Alcolu, S. C.
Mr Sa o Krtano d D. m. a
-rs.oR RCharltnonn as iiin
Expted oa aiernoon to cas
brick and p-o-ae rie.cagn a
- chne. hisisaver e peniv ie ce.
ofs mciEry Wadrwe arnow S. Todi
wer tion Stehrg ou bateies Mnay
Mrenal prices aid oor saeo.S
MeAss HrCurtiand J.G.es,
kin jone th ary ast~vcka
this week ini
in. Some ne
it Parasols to
al Shoe and g
and low shoe;
ods, Notions, I
FOR SALE-Fifty bushels Coker's
long staple cottonseed. D. M. Brad- tl
ham & Son. L
Mr. Bennie Ness of Manning made
application in Charleston last week
for naturalization papers. n
WANTED-Dressed pork 10 1-2c f
per pound. Phone me if you have
any. Jos. S. Dickson, Alcolu, S. C.
Mr. M. G. Heller of Kingstree mo- f
tored over Tuesday for the day in f
his elegant Saxon. i
Bring us your batteries and have
them recharged. We guarantee all a
work. Harvin Motor Co.
Mr. Jesse Sprott returned last night
from Charleston, where he has been
taking a special course in military at
the Citadel. t
' ~ f.
FOR RENT-The house known as i
the old Presbyterian manse. Apply to o
Miss Minnie McFaddin, Manning. h
Mrs. Arthur Harvin of Washington
who has been visiting the family of
Mr. L. H. Harvin has returned to her S
FOR SALE-Fifty bushels Coker's I
long staple cottonseed. D. M. Brad
ham & Son.
Mr. Farmer-Don't wait for a rain s
-haul your water and plant your N
tobacco. We need an early crop. s
The Ladies' Missionary Society of A
Presbyterian Church will meet at the
residence of Mrs. L. H. Harvin Fri
day afternoon at 4 o'clock.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR N
BRASS, COPPER AND OLD TIRES. "
A. GOLDSTEIN, MANNING, S. C. a
Died last Thursday in Orangeburg n
the six-months-old baby of Mr. and '9
Mrs. Eugene Brock of Summerton. A
The interment was in the Summerton
FOR SALE--About 75,000 pounds i
Timothy hay, 1,400 bushels of corn
and oats andl 25,000 pounds ground t
feeds. Come quick and save money.
Prices are advancing rapidly. v
W. P. LEGG. I
so Goes the Fashion."
LEARN THlE WAY. (
r HE New things in Spring
L and Sumner Clothing wiil
peal to your taste and ,
II your needs. t
ropical Weight Worsted
$15.00 to $25.00
alm Beach and
Cool Cloth Suits
$7.50 to $15.00
$2.00 to $7.50
$3.50 to $5.00
25c. to 65c.
)RDER BY MAILr-WE PREPAY
o our new hc
w Fern Wait
st things.in 1
match your i
et the best---tl
5 for Men and
tc., and the
FOR RENT-The house known as c
e Joe Wells place. Apply to Mrs.
izzie C. Lesesne, Sumter, or W. T. a
,esesne, Manning. F
Miss Valley Appelt left Monday
iorning for Newberry, where she t
rent to attend the marriage of her
riend, Miss May Reid.
Beneford's Monarch Golden Giant
park Plug-14K gold-plated. Sells E
Dr $1.00 and worth it. Guaranteed
or the life of the engine. 'Sold by i
[arvin Motor Co. e
Miss Carrie Scott one of Kingstree's
ttractive young ladies spent the i
reek-end here with her mother, re
urning Monday morning.
LOST-Between Pinewood and Mr. e
ohn Boyd's sand hill summer house, t
ne small black leather purse con
mining some change and my grand
athers likeness, Dr. John Boyd. Any S
iformation leading to the recovery ,
f same will be rewarded by me.
lisa Mary M. Rhame, Sumter, S. C.,
oute No. 4.
Beneford's Monarch Golden Giant
park Plug-14K gold-plated. Sells s
Dr $1.00 and worth it. Guaranteed t
Dr the life of the engine. Sold by n
[arvin Motor Co.
Mr. and Mrs. David Silverman, Miss
sther Silverman, Miss Pauline Gold
tein and Mr. Jake Goldstein of
:ingstree motored over Sunday and
pent the day with relatives, Mr. and 2
[rs; Samuel Katzoff and Mr. and Mrs.
The Avery Tractor purchased by
upervisor J. E. Kelly for Clarendon
Dunty was given its initial try-out
esterday. Mr.. Kelly wvill use this
iachine in his road-making program,
nd if it works as satisfactory here
a in other places it will prove a big
ioney and time-saver. The machine
ras purchased from The Carolina
lachinery Co., of Sumter.
The following boys from Manning
ave answered the call of the country:
[. C. Plowden, Joe Nimmer, Flenming,
Villie Mcfloy left last night to joint
lbe army, and on Monday Edward
rvin, Norman Davis, Kenneth Ridg-t
ray, Charlie Chewning and Haroldt
lell left for the navy. Davis and(
ihewning could not pass the exami
ation and have returned home.
Messrs. Harry Curtis and J. G.
linkins came home from Ft. Scriven,
Ia., last night, where they went tog
nlist in the army. The boys werer
old that they could enlist for the
uration of the war, but when they I
rent to take the oath, a-clause in I
his oath called for seven years ser-t
ice. They refused to sign, and came
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Men Cordially Invited
To inspect our line of Keel Cloth
ndl Palm Beach Suits. We are
howing a variety of patterns at
5.00, $6.00, $7.50 and $8.50. The(
)'Donnell Dry Goods Co., Sumter,
NEWS FROM GABLE.,
Mr. and Mrs. L. B.' McFaddlin are
aking in the Redpath attractians in
umter this week.
Among those who attended the big
sh fry at Jordan Lake on Saturday1
ast from Gable were Mrs. Meridith,
frs, W. J. Millsap, Miss Anna Wheel
r, Mr. Frank Hedge and Mr. Luther
1urboville. They report plenty of
)rives Out diaaraIa, Builds Up Systeni
mbe Old Standard general stretigthening tonie,
)ROTR'S TABTRIRSS cllt TONIC, delves out,
datauia,enrichea the bloodand pulldbopthe ays
ant, A tren tonic. Itor aantia and obfnn S c.
me, on Levi
ts, Niew Sill
ley are leati
)rice is no hi
an salmon and sardines.
Everybody at Gable is in mourning
t the departure of Mr. Guy Osborne
[e has moved his whereabouts to th
lalny county of New Orleans.
Miss. Gussie Raffi/ld of Sumter i;
he guest of Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Doty
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Millsap are it
umter to attend the Redpath at
Mr. Joe Walther of Turbeville spen
unday at Gable.
Mr. T. Heyward McFaddin was seer
n a mud hole a few days ago, whisp
ring a few kind and gentle words t
is beloved Henry Ford.
Among the recent arrivals at Gabh
s a solid car of ice consigned to th
Mr. Luther Turbeville spent Sun
ay in Sumter. He reports that th
ounty is in bad shape completel;
aken by Ford cars and Englis]
Mr. Marion DuBose of Sardini
pent a short while at our busy littl
Men It Is Time
To get your wash pants. We ar
howing a large range of patterns a
he old price $1.00 a pair. The O'Don
ell Dry Goods Co., Sumter, S. C.
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To officers and stockholders of th
,larendon County Fair Association
'lease meet at Court House on Apri
8th at 11 o'clock.
W. T. P. Sprott,
We Are Still Doing It
Selling Boys' Pants at 50e, 75
1.00 and $1.60. Get wise. Buy you
oys pants here. The O'Donnell Dr
soods Co., Sumter, S. C.--adv.
Dditor Manning Times:
I have been hoeing in my garde
til the morning, fighting nut grass
nd wiping perspiration. I am try
ng to (do what the great heads c
he State and Nation have recentl
aid we must do0 to make somethin,
o eat. If every bunch of nut gras
hat I slew this morning had been
erman soldier, Un~lle Sam and hi
~llies couldl put their swords in thei
heaths call their soldiers in from th
lelds of battle, and then beat thei
words into plow shares andl thei
pears into pruning hooks, andi the
leclare that we will fight Germans n
I do not knowv of anything quite s
Iardl to kill or conquer as this terri
>le enemy, nut grass; unless it b
he German Kaiser and his bunch o
var devils. If being a good fighte
>f nut grass is any sign I must b
horoughly qualified to go over an
ick at least ten Germans. I believ
could make Von Hindenberg sit u
nd1 take notice. So much' for the nu
To the tobacco growers of thi
jounty: I am reminded today tha
april .18 getting far spent; I am re
minded that the good old summer tim
vill soon be here; I am reminded the
ines are hard and that moneyi
carce in this county; I am reminde
hat now is the time to be up an
loing what we, can to keep the wol
'rom our doors later on; I am rc
ninded of the fact that the farmer
hat get a hustle on and get thel
obacco out in good time will be th
armors that will reap an early hai
rest: These will be the boys the
vill have early money, which you a
tand so much In need of. It don
ake long after you get your tobacc
1t to turn It inte money.- TIhose c
ou who get It out early will begin t
mre early In July or event the last
es, in the vex
rs and Ties.
est and best
ter. We shov
We show the I
gher than oth
June, and it will be my purpose to
open up early this year as I can for
the purpose of helping my customers
The weather is getting dry now,
the sun is getting hot, and when it
- gets this way it is mu9h harder for
tobacco to live. I find from hoeing
today that the ground still has plenty
of moisture left. If your plants are
getting overgrown do not wait on
rain, get you up six or eight flour
barrels of any kind, put them in
- water and let them swell, until you
come home at noon for dinner; then
you get ready to go back to the field
let your plowmen place these barrels
on a wagon fill them with water, and
place them along in your field-you
- will find that you can set out an
acre or two each afternoon until you
t are through. If you knew when it
would rain why you would know what
to do, but inasmuch as you are not
i running the weather end of it, it is
3 up to you to look out for yourself.
Now about the transplanting of
your tobacco: you must first make
a hole in your beds about two and
one-half feet apart, make these holes
with your hand or a hoe handle or
something larger if necessary, you
can be your own judge about this.
- After the hole is made place your
plant in and then pour water around
it washing the dirt down to the roots
as you will see, after this is done and
you have placed a good many plants
3 in this way let somone cover the wet
place up and bring the outside leaves
1 of your plants up over the buds good
to protect them from the sun, you
will find if you follow this rule and
plant good strong plants and put them
down good that you will get a large
per cent of your tobacco to live; sup
pose you do lose some, isn't this bet
ter than to wvait too late?
I am writing this mostly for inex
Sperienced planters, and at the same
time if I hit any of the 01(1 fellows
I hope it will be hard enough to do
them some good too. I am not writ
ing this just because I haven't any
thing else to (10. I am trying to help
a the boys to succeed. Tobacco usually
, does better transplanted in April. I
- know we sometimes transplant as
f late as May the 10th. Last year to
i' bacco made good planted in May. I
had much rather see plants trans
5 planted before they get too large as
a I am thoroughly convined from oh
S servation and experience that medium
/ Still Figui
.A Cisco is afish of ve
them put up like pickled
texture, headless and cle
ful meal at old-time cost
The big business we
Butter enables us to hai
Ing all the intermediate
labels, etc., which adds so
Quality supreme. Food
- Price exceedingly low. I
s of New
T them in
Folks Who Know
For malaric.l headache, Granger
"le Re2guiator entirely relieved my
roule.-J. Icight, Wetumpka, Ala.
Iad heavy headache. Vomited
;wice to six times a day. Four doses
a Granger Liver Regulator made me
wel.-Loundas P. Brindley, Somer
Mlothcr had sick headache. Granger
Liver Regulator did her more g3o1
than all the medicine she had taken
before.-Pearley Davis, Pacio, Ala.
I never expect to be without it in
my home.-Jenie- Usey, Gadsden, Ala.
It is a great saver of doctors' bills.
--Louis N. Kent, Honoraville, Ala.
There is none better.-Dr. T. 1U.
Cothram, Alexis, Ala.
All druggists sell Granger Liver
Regulator--25c. Try it.
plants make the best quality of to
I hope you all will get out large
crops and get them out in good time.
I have had good many inquiries about
the tobacco situation down here-all
the companies will be well represent
ed this year, and prices I am satis
fied will be good. The tobacco sup
ply on hand isn't large this year and
the companies that buy our South
Carolina tobacco. will in my judgment
have plenty of good wholesome com
petition. Do your best and see who
can bring me the first toad of tobac
co this year. Any of the new people
that want any help about watering
or setting your tobacco out let me
know and I will go out and show you
how to do it.
Yours very truly,
R. D. Cothran.
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE.
I will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County on the
21st (lay of May, 1917, at 11 o'clock
A. M., for letters of discharge as
administratrix of the estate of Tho
mas S. Rogan, deccased.
Florence E. Rogan,
Summerton, S. C., April 12, 101?.
Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted
J. E. ARIANT, PH. G.
MANNING, S. C.
ry fine quality. We have
mackerel. Meat of fine
an, they make a delight
ter, 18c. Lb.
are doing with Peanut
idle it in bulk, eliminat
expense of jars, caps,
much to small packages.
value extremely high.
'eed the children on it.