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', AP PE L T.
If you can't furnish a soldi
The radical kaiser booster,
ding to disappear-some to D
Mr. Bryan was a prophet.
to arms over night-but the
In enumerating the crops
is significant that the auth<
At last we are promised a r
stuffs. But it's a long jump
It's catching. Italy has
America, and now we hear
around under the folds of th
A United States senator a
speculators. Bully l But do
piece of rope-any old dirty
GROVELING AT THE
It never fails. This countr
tional crisis without some Mi
Bering all over itself in its bl
A few weeks ago young M,
t decent fellow-quietly enlist
regiment, just as a thousand
before him. His act was sm
papers, photo and all.
Theodore Roosevelt's youn
his country and the fact was
kgrph all over the land.
Bill Jones, poor and hard w<
in the barn and streaked it fc
Ace-and not a d -d word
Ain't it hell?
UP TO US
About the only danger that
of our arms in the war ups
aunched would be a minimizi
work before us.
After almost three years
blood and treasure until ne:
allied nations yet seem almos
the beginning. Their leaders
lion wrought by the U-boats
s country has elected to c,
lly admitting that withou
far in the future.
ow that we are committ<
r single aim to carry it to a
ever be done by half hearted
eed is MATERIAL assistar
:hese we must furnish to the
ust pour money into their e
eir shores every pound of f<
.stain life here; we must se
.rmy that, added to those of
eight of numbers crush out
MLet our part in the war bc
e must prove ourselves AM]
. BARRY ANOTI
single glimp)se of Gener:
the fireworks in the Ame:
throat. Men, women an
enthusiasm over the
nd there's a reason." Joffi
6jdier and not a newspaper
tle and does much. In Frai
of history. To the Ame
eech of four word1s andl sat
Major General Trhomnas H.
entral Department of the I
her Joffre. HeI is a hard ai
et a parlor diplomat. He is
a seeker of notoriety.
offre is quiet and reserved
8s and feathers; so does B:
irst; so does Barry. Joffre
nd so is Barry.
We are told that an Amner
rance. But who will be its
cer whose princip~al claim
ood will of the pr'ess, or will
udgment and strong fighting
he logical choice?
Many thousands of father
'ill fight on foreign soil woul
the government sent Gener
t the American forces. He
he greatest damage upon an
o our own men. Instead of
e would be inflicting his per1
such a manner that histor
He would be the Joffre of 2
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-------------- Business Manager
MAY 16, 1917.
er, at least feed one.
in this country are begin.
Iexico, others to jail.
A million men did spring
arms were mostly feminine
to be planted this year, it
)rities omit all mention of
eduction in the cost of food
between a promise and ar
appointed a commission tc
that Japan wants to troi
e Star Spangled Banner.
dvocates hanging the fooc
n't waste a perfectly gooc
thing is good enough for
FEET OF WEALTH.
y simply can not face a- na
etropolitan newspaper slb.
atant worship of wealth.
arshal Field--very rich and
ed as a private in a Chicagc
other young men had don(
eared all over the Chicagc
g son answered the call of
immediately flashed by tele.
>rking, hitched his old mare
r the nearest recruiting of
was said about it.
could threaten the success
n which this country is
ng of the importance of the
of war, after pouring oui
trly bankrupt in both, the
t as far from victory as at
admit the terrible destruc
s, arid frankly rejoice thai
ast its lot with them, prac
t our aid victory would stil
Ad to the fray it should bE
successful issue. This wil
measures. What the allie
Lce--money, food and men
limit of our resources. W(
offers; we must dispatch tc
>od not absolutely needed tc
nd to France a tremendous
the allies, will by its sheer
short, sharp and decisive.
BRICA NS. and not slackers.
il Joffre is sufficient to set
ican heart and the Ameri
d children have gone wild
great marshal of France.
'e is a man of deeds, a field
or parlor hero. He says
iee he won the greatest bat
rican congress he made a
Barry, commander of the
Jnited States Army, is an
id swift hitting soldier and
a performer of deeds and
so is Barry. Joffre scorm~
arry. ~Joffre hits hard and
is first and last a fighter
'ican. army will soon be ir
eader? Will it be some of
to fame depends upon th(
it be an officer whosd clear
characteristics render hin
s and mothers whose sons
d feel easier in their minds
al Barry as the commanderi
is an officer who can inflict
enemy with the least injury
vassillating from indecision
sonality upon the Germans
y would never forget.
Mrs. S. J. Legg has'returned h-me
from her trip to Florida,
Rev. Edmund Wells, of Char n":tony
filled the pulpit at the Baptist ch arch
Mr. J. H. Lesesne left this "rn-.
ing for Kershaw to attend the \dis
Miss Wilhelmina Bultman,, of Sum
ter, spent a few days here vis'ting
at the home of Mr. S. A. Rigby.
Thomas &' Bradham are pushing
right ahead on their big stables and
in a few days they will be at home
again at the old stand.
Married last Tuesday evening at
the residence of the bride's father,
Mr. W. W. Benbow, near Summerton,
Miss 'Augusta Benbow to Mr. Young
There came near being an ,elope
ment in town last Satugrday night.
The parties got as far as the parson's
gate, but the "dear girl" thought of
home and mama and left har adorer
to wait until the sweet bye and bye.
In accordance with the nbw law,
passed at the last session of the Gen
oral Assembly, the old elected Board
of Health has been discharged and
the following gentlemen appointed by
Intendant Thames: Messrs. J. F.
Rhame, F. N. Wilson, W. C. Chandler,
R, B. Loryea and Dr. C. B. Geiger.
A number of our merchants on
Boyce street have been complaining
of a nuisance in the shape of a tin
cornet manipulated by a young darky
who hangs around one of . the pro
vision stalls on that thoroughfare. We
are all lovers of good music,'but such
a hideous noise would try the patience
of Job. The town officials sl ould put
a stop to the nuisance.
Institute Honor Roll for April
Collegiate: Earle Bradham, 95; Liz
zie Wells, 94.4; Essie Davis, 94.2;
Paul Alderman, 92; Leon Weinberg,
91.1; Norman McLeod, 91; Wilson
Dickson, 90.8. Intermediate-Pet Wil
son, 95.8; Gertrude Webber, 94.1;
Sudie Davis, 93.2; Katie Plowden,
93.1. Primary-Edna Brockington,
95.8; Pauline Wilson, 94.8; Cornelia
Bodenhamer, 93.6; Lula McLeod, 92.8;
Pressly Barron, 92; Arthur Harvin,
90.3. E. J. j3rowne, Principal.
Mr. Augustus Murr, accompanied
by his sister, Miss Amelia Murr, from
Bridgeport, Conn., arrived here a few
daye ago. They came mn response to
a telegram conveying the intelligence
of the extreme illness of their niece,
Mrs. Henry Curtis. -
Miss Lovine Lathan come last Fri
day from her school in Williamsburg
to visit her sister, Mrs. Joe Mims, Jr.,
before going to her home at Sharon.
Mr. F. S. Geddings, Jr., Mrs. Elma
Tisdale, Misses Iva Geddings, andl
Francis Watson mlotored1 from Rock
Hill last Friday to spend the week
end at the home of Mr. F. S. God
Miss Emily Broadway has closed
her school at Bryan, and is at home
for the vacation period.
Mrs. May Boyd Baker, from Pam
jplico, has recently visited friends and
relatives here. On her return, she
wvas accompanied by Mrs. Ralph Rey
nolds who made a few days visit.
Miss Lois Benson, a former teacher
of the gradled school, wvas here last
week renewving acqluaintances. She
is returning from her school in Mar
ion, to her homq in Gaffney.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Brunson, of
Sumter, visited relatives here on
Miss Maggie Corhet~t is at home
from her school near F'oreston.
Mrs. Madge Curtis, from Chester
field, is here for an indefinite stay.
Thc Statc of Sooth Carolina
COUNY Of CLARENOON
M. Jr. Chandler, Plaintiff,
Richard Lawson and IH. I. Ellerbe,
Under and by virtue of a judgment
Order of the Court of Common Pleas,
in the above stated case5, to me direct
ed, bearing idate of May the 12th,
1917, I will sell at public auction, to
the highest bidder for cash, at Clar
endlon Court House, at Manning, in
saidl Counity, within the legal hours
for judicial sales, on Monday the 4th
(liy of .June, 1911, being sales day,
the following describea real estate:
All my right, title and interest, of
in or to the estate of my father,
John Lawson, the land belonging to
said estate being located in Claren
don County, State afor.esaid, consist
C A STO R I A
We are be
to fill your
In fact, no
is in a Hat,
thing that wi
The D. J. C
ing in part of three hundred and
forty-seven acres, and adjoining lands I
of Haynsworth, lands formerly of acr
Sam Richardson and others. I
Purchasers to pay for papers.
E. B. GAMBLE, I
,Sheriff Clarendon County. ing
DELINQUENT TAX SALE.
Under and by virtue of Sundry
Executions issued by L. L. Wells,
Treasurer of Clarendon County, and
to mc dlirected, I will offer for sale
on Monday the 4th day of June, 1917,
in front of the Copirt House at Man
nling, the following real estate for Ifl?
taxes, for 1915, and 1916:
Mrs. Louise Simmons .Richardson,
1 lot, ig
Henry F. Stack, 35 acres, 1 Build
Odd Fellow Hall, No. 5042, 1 lot,
Reval Williams, 57 acres,
Est. Lames Cinductor, 2 3-4 acres,
Calley Roberson, 1 'lot,in
James Seals. 4 lots. 2 Buildings,
Powell Johnson, 35 acres, 1 Build
1H. W. Mitchum, 100 acres, 1 Build
Elon McKnight, 315 aicres, I Build
Est. J1. W. McLeod, :35 acres, 1
Est. D~oublin Felder, 26 1-2 acres,
Mose Marrant, 45 acres,
S. W. Nelson, 606 acres, 5 Build
Louis Wells, 50 acres, I Building,
Ead ith Capers, 1- lot, I Building,
Odd Fellow h all, No. 4592, 1 1-2 for
aces I Building, pel
Abie Stukes, I lot, I Building, ha'
Miller Bennett, 21 acres, Ed
JToe Caift, 20 acrI , 2 14uildings, thi
JTuilig House, 11 acres, I Building, his
Naomie Johnson, 11 acres, 1 Build- mc
Agness McKnight, 410 acres, 1 th<
Est. Edd Richbourg, 25 acres, 1 19:
*Hlenretta Bradley, 1 lot, 1 BuIlding,
A. Collins, 1 lot, 1 Building, -th
Mt. Zlonr. to1
Cora Folder, 19 3-4 aeroB. 11.i
SUMTER, S. C.
Managing Editor, I. I. Appelt;
ess Manager, F. M. 'Shope.
That the owners are: I. I. Ap
mrd F. M. Shope.
That the known bondholders,
ragees, and other security hold
wning or holding 1 per cent or
of total amount of bonds, mort
;, or other securities are: Mer
aler Linotype Co., Dodson Prin-J
That the twvo paragraphs next
, giving the names of the own
stockholders, and security hold
f any, contain not only the list
ockholders and security holders
ey appear upon the books of the
any but also, in cases where the
holder or security holder appears
the books of the company as
se or in any other fiduciary re
L, the name of the person or cor
ion for whom such trustee is act
s given; also that the said two
~raphs contain statements em
ig afflant's full knowledge andl
as to the circumstances and
Lions undler which stockholders
eccurity holders who do not ap
upon the books of the company
ustees, hold stock andl securitic3
capacity other than that of a
fide owner; and this afflant has
ason, to believe that any other
n, association, or corporation has
nterest direct or indlirect in the
stock, bonds, or other securities
as so statedl by him.
I. I. APPELJT.
crn to and~ subscribed before me
14th (lay of May, 1917.
) E. B. Brown, Notary Public.
commission expires pleasure of
ayes Doctor's Bills
iatead of calomeci and other violent purga.
which are dangcrous an weli as LeLausetn,
etter to uso a relieblo miedicino I:ho
anger Liver Regdator
Oct. 27,r!113 .t
writens '1 have
Lie t'uatcr n
Ty famy for ycis
infam~y re ec
~~wout .not be wi.
tuen all substi.
ger MedlinaCo.. ehattan.o... T....
tter prepared 1
wants in Str
in all the New
matter what y
we can show 3
11 please you.
Elart Schaffner & Marx Clo
1st of L. Z. or Susan Broom, 6 Burir
es, 2. '
tachel Thompson, 18 acres, pelt
P Mill. 3 '
dartha Taylor, 10 acres, 1 Build- mortl
Iddie Taylor, 15 acres, ore
sirs. I. I. Tomlison, 180 acres, 1 gage
'. J. DeLain, 100 acres, 1 Building, 4
Villis McRay, 20 acres',bv
Trancis Taylor, 16 acres, ers,:
oe Burgess, Jr., 45 acres, 1 Build- of st
assie E. Morris, 'et. al., 69 acres, 1
Lnnie McFadldin, 60 acres, 1 Build- I)t
irs. L. A. Hudson, 200 acres, 3. tuot
New- Zion. ing,j
~arrie Burgess, 3 acres, parap
1. M. McFaddin, 20 acres, 1 Build- bracil
eo. Conyers, 242 acres, 3 Build- and
ohin Sowell, 50 acres, as tr
4rs. B. G. Dennis, 25 acres, in a
allie Moore, 5 acres, 'bonn
4artha Rush, 100 acres, 1 Build- no 14
E. B. GAMBlLE, anyi
Sherifi' Clarendon County. daid
STrATEM ENT Sw
the Ownership, Management, Cir-(Sa
ulation, Etc., Required by the Act(M
f Congress of August 24, 1912.,~ o
)f The Manning Times published"
~kly at Manning for April, 1917.
te of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon. ss.
lefore me, a Notary Public in and
the State and county aforesaid, **os
sonally appeared I. I. Appelt, who,Itn
ring been duly sworn according to v
r, deposes and says that he is the UIl
itor of The Manning Times and
t the following is, to the b&est of
knowledge and belief, a true state
nt of the owvnership, management
,of the 4iforesaid publication for,
date shown in the above caption, I
,ulred by the Act of August 24,
.2, embodied in section 443, Postal
ws and Regulations, printed on the
erso of this form, to wit:
.That the names and addresses of
p 1ublisher, editor, managing edi
,and business manager are: Pub
ier, F. M. Shope; -Eitom. I.Y Ap- Oa.