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FOR THE GIl
FOR THE BC
When we bought ou
goods that are suital
can find just what y
you want to pay. Alm
will close within the n(
is still plenty of tim<
P. bishes All County and Town
WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1917.
WANTED-Four-foot wood. M
ning Light & Ice Co. -tf.
Town politics are bcginning
liven up again.
Coffey & Rigby have begun
bottling of the new drink "Caro-Co
Mr. andl M~rs. S. 0. O'Bryan w;
visitors to Sumter on Monday.
Messrs. Iharry Riff and Bennie N
ar taking in the sights of Charlesi
The Civic League will meet at
Court flouse M'*ondlay afternoon, 1\
21 st, at 5 o'clock. A full attenda
"As Copelandi Goes
e' Spring Goods we had these
in mind and bought the
)le for this occasion. You
ou want and at the prices
ost all of our county schools
xt couple of weeks, so there
to get the young man or
- Idea Co.
FOR RENT-The house known ar
6+ the old Presbyterian manse. Apply to
- Miss Minnie McFaddin, Manning.
Messrs. Abe Goldstein and Bates
.- Gerald transacted business in Char
Mrs. George Huggins and daughter,
an. Miss Louise, were visitors to Sum
ter Monday afternoon.
to 31'3. Ralph Newton, of Charleston,
ithe guest of her parenlts, Mr. add
Mrs. S. J. Bowman.
the Mr. and Mrs. Clartee Baggett
la." spent the week-end wvith relatives
Mr. S. L. lluggins is attending the
F'irem en's Tournament at Spartan
ess burg this week.
Messrs. .J. A. Weinberg and B. A.
the Weinberg left Monday for an over
ray land trip to spartanburg, where they
nee are attending the meeting of the
So Goes the Fashion.''
[LEARN TH'!E WAY.
T HE New things in Spring
adSumner Clothing wiil
appeal to your taste and
li your needs.
Tropical Weight Worsted
$15.00 to $25.00
Palm Beach and
Cool Cloth Suits
$7.50 to $15.00
$2.00 to $7.50
$3.50 to $5.00
25c. to 65c.
oRDIER BY MAILr-WE PREPAY
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Mr. R. D. Plyler left Monday for
i short visit with his parents in Lan
Mrs. H. J. Halley, and little daugh
er, left this morning for Columbia
o visit her parents.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
3RASS, COPPER AND OLD TIRES.
I. GOLDSTEIN, MANNING, S. C.
Mr. Don Player of the First North
Jarolina regiment is' visiting his
nother in Manning.
Dr. Huggins has called off his auto
nobile raffle, and Is returning -- the
noney to those that bought chances.
Hon. J. W. Wideman delivered the
iddress of the Paxville school com
nencement last night.
Mr. 'Frank Ward went to Columbia
Monday to stand the examination for
Bishop Guerry of the South Caro
ina Episcopal Diocese will conduct
services in the Chapel Sunday after
loon at 4 o'clock.
FOR RENT-The house known as
the Joe Wells place. Apply to Mrs.
Lizzie C. Lesesne, Sumter, or W. T.
Miss Tasca Turbeville has tendered
her services to her country, and made
application to enter training as a
Those who wish to volunteer can
see army officer at the Post Office any
day this week. Any information about
the army will be gladly given to you.
Messrs. John R. Dingle, Jeff M.
Davis of Summerton and W. W. John
son went to Columbia Monday to at
tend the Reform conference.
Died last Thursday at the home of
Mr. Lunn's parents, at Ebenezer,
Florence county, Mrs. Mattie Rhame
Lunn, formerly of Manning. The fun
eral was at that place.
Prof. D. R. Riser, who has been
superinte..dent of our public schools
for several years, has been elected
to the principalship of the Abbeville
Army officer is here this week giv
ing the Clarendon boys one more
chance to enlist. Those interested
will find him at Manning Post Office.
An ice cream festival will be given
at the Trinity school house Friday
night. The proceeds will 'go to the
School Improvement Association and
it is hoped that a large crowd will
Bishop W. A. Guerry of the Diocese
of South Carolina Episcopal Church
will preach at Pinewood, S. C., on
Sunday night, May 20th, at 8:30
o'clock. This service will be held in
the Methodist Church. Public wel
Nowv in stock and wyill be sold at
very close prices, about 800 bushels
good corn and oats, 50,000 pounds
haled hay, 250 sacks of syrup feed,
pe(anut meal, wheat bran, cotton seed
hulls and feed meal.
W. P. LEGG.
The Manning boys leaving for Fort
Oglethorpe last Sunday were: C. W.
Wells, II. I. Ellerbe, James Sprott,
H~arry Curtis andl Ingram Wilson. A
large crowd wvent to the (depot to bid
our boys good b~ye, and wvish them
Street Commissioner F. P. Ervin
is filling up the lot next the wvater
works and in a few (lays wvill have it
in such shape that all the wvater will
:Irain into the dlitches, instead of ly
ing there andl making It a regular
sink-hole, thereby abating a nuisance
f many years standing.
Manager Plyler, of T1he Pastime,
das bookedl the big 11-reel feature
'The Crisis." This picture wvill be
4hown in the very near future, and
;hould draw erowdedl houses, as it is
n a par with "The Birth of a Na
tion" andl other~ big LCivil War pic
A road-making demonstration will
b)e given b~y the Carolina Machinery
Company, of Sumter, on Friday after
noon on the Paxville road near the
home of Supervisor ,J. E. Kelly. An
Avery Tractor wvith a p~ower drag wvill
be used in the demonstration. The
supervisors of the diff'erent adlioining
Lountie's will be present, and~( some
interesting facts about these modern
roadl-buildling machines will be
brought out. Everybody who can
should attendl this dlemonstration.
Fyes Examined Glasses Fitted
J. E. ARANT, PH1. G.
Mr. J. t . Dinkles has passe class
examinaton fox the training eamp,
md will be taken on the second call.
The graduating exercises of the
Manning High School will take place
riday evening, May 26, beginning at
1:80 o'clock. The commencement ad
Iress will be .made by Dr. S. H. Ed
nunds, Supt. of the Sumter . City
The graduating class, this year, is
the largest in the history of the
school, composed of 11 'boys and 11
rirls as follows: Archie Barron, Nor
nan Davis, Herman Duncan, Willie
Geiger, Harry Gerald, Brainard Gib
son, Georbe Huggins, Theodore Le
sesne, Marion Mahoney, Fred Rawlin
son, Kenneth Ridgeway (U. S. N.),
Daisy Barrineau, Louise Burgess,
Launah Fulton, Leonora Johnson,
Helen Nimmer, Edith Odom, Irene
Plowden, Cassie Plowden, Esterlena r
Reardon, Mattie Timmons, and Isabel ']
Premium List Committee.- R
The following constitute the pre
mium list committee for the County C
Fair to be held some time in Novem- I
ber: Mrs. F. P. Ervin, Mrs. J. W. t
Heriot, Miss Katherine Richardson, C
Miss Corinne Barfield, S. Oliver
O'Bryan, L. B. McCord, H. H. Brad
ham and P. H. Senn. This committee I
will hold a meeting at the Court c
House on Saturday morning, May
19th, at 11 o'clock. We wish to get
out the premium list just as 'soon as t
possible, so anyone in the county hav
ing premiums to offer will please re
port to one of the above committee
Mrs. J. W. Heriot,
AT THE PASTIME.
Dr. Witmer Stone, Curator of the
Acadery of Natural Sciences of
Philadelphia, has been delivering some
lectures on the economic value of our
wild birds before the University of
South Carolina, the Charleston Mu
seum, the Leconte Scientific Society,
etc., under the auspices of the Na
tional Audubon Society for the Pro
tection of Birds.
Dr. Stone is now visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Frank M. Shope of Manning and
at the request of some of his friends
here he has agreed to exhibit his ser
ies of colored lantern slides of wild
birds and their nests in this town.
Mr. R. D. Plyler has kindly offered
the use of the Pastime Theatre for
the purpose and the exhibition will
be given on Thursday evening, May
17th at 8 o'clock.
Dr. Stone's pictures are all from
photographs of wild birds taken in
the, woods and fields. He will ex
plain how such photographs are taken t
and describe the habits of some of
our common birds showing why it is
important for us to protect them and
encourage them to nest about our
houses and farms.
This exhibition is entirely free and
Dr. Stone would be glad to have any
one present who is interested in the
subject in anyway. School children
will be especially welcome as it is
upon the coming generation that we
must rely to provide for birds as well
as all our national resources the pro
tection wvhich they deserve. Birds
are nature's greatest check upon the
increase of all kinds of destructive
insects, andl at the present time when
we are all striving to make the most
out of our crops it is especially im
portant that we should realize the
important part that birds play in pro
tecting them from insect pests. Dr.
Stone's pictures are among the finest
that have been taken of wvild birds
and those interested in photography
will find them particularly attractive.
Services at the Methodist Church.
Manning Methodist Church, Dr.
Watson B. Duncan, Pastor.
Sunday School at 10 A. M., Mr.
.Josephl Sprott, Superintendent.
Men's Bible Class at same hour,
lion. Charlton DuRant, Teacher.
"Children's Day" Exercises at 11
Preaching at 8:30 P. M. by the
Pastor. Subject: "Saved by Grace."
Epworth League at 5 P. M., Mr.
.J. B. Cantey, President.
Sundamy School at Trinity at 3 P.
M. Rally Day at 4 P. M. Addresses
by Mr. R. ,J. Alderman, Mr. S. Oliver
O'Bryan, and Rev. WV. 0. Henderson.
Prayer ServIce on Trhursday at 5
P. M., followed by the Teacher-Train
Public cordially invitedl to all ser
THiE JORDAN HOME
-IThe .Jordan Home Demonstration
Club held its regular monthly meet
ing, May 1st, 1917, in the school build
ing, JIordlan, S. C. The meeting was
called to ordler by Miss Richardson,
and after club song and prayer, the
The Quinine That Doss Not Affect The Head
niecausec of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA
T'It nROMO QtUININtial better than ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
rinih in head. Reenmber the full e ad
The Quality of oui
promptness of our 1
solicit your business.
B. B. BRE
oil was called and the minutes read.
'here were nine members present. t
Miss Richardson emphasized the I
rnportance of utilizing all cleared ]
round in planting food stuff, in viev'
f the present crises in shortage of 1
ood caused by the war. She also
xplained, how to use all kinds of
eft overs in cooking, after which
here was a general discussion by the c
The members of the club greatly
ppreciates the untiring efforts of
'iss Richardson to develop the work ,
f the Home Demonstration Club at
We were glad to have with us at i
his meeting Miss Johnson from Man
Mrs. W. O. Henderson, Sec. t
Died at, twelve o'clock Thursday
ight, little Kimmie Player the young
'st son of Mr. and Mrs. Anderson
layer. His health was good nearly
l1 of his life. When he was about
month old, he had a bad case of
ore eyes and developed a case of
crious disease, which caused his
Leath in a few days.
'The funeral was conducted by his
ather and mother's pastor, the Rev.
)ukes, on Friday afternoon at three
'clock by the grave in the Turbeville
Kimmie was in his second year of
ge and was a bright little angel. He
s in his Heavenly home and all we
ot to do is to work for our Master
vhich is our "Lord Jesus."
We extend to the bereaved parents, t
ister, and no brother, he was the
mnly darling son, our heartfelt sym
>athy and mourn with them. God only
mows best when to call one of his
>wn home, and when the angel comes
o our home for one of His jewels,
ve should feel it a blessing to know
hat He has a nobler work for them
o do, so let us try to rea!ize that 1
s we part with the loved one and i
riends he has gone a little while be- .
ore us, walking the golden streets
n the New Jerusalem, and is now
'elebrating the greatest event at his ,
piritual life. The family has the t
Little Children, Little Children
Vho love their Redeemer,
all his pure one, all the bright ones,
Iis loved ones andl His owvn,
dike the stars of the morning
lis bright crown adorning,
['hey shall shine in His likeness
3right gems of his own."
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
tour druggist will refund money if PAZO
lIlndte ding rProtruding Pile. in 64I1 da.
rhe first appli:ation gives E~ase and Rest. 50c.
Saves Irish Potatoes, E
from being damaged or
When the bugs first ai
of Stonecyphers and spr
like magic you'll destroy
no harm done to plants.
INSURANCE FOR Y4
CROP. READY FOR II
PUNCH A FtW HOLE
SIFT ON PLANTS.
Goods, and thy:
uto Delivery, we
SNext to Postoffice.
FOR SALE-Corn and Oats. Come 4
o us. We have the right prices.
fanning Meat Market, W. T. Lesesne,
IOW TO' FEED COTTONSEEI:
MEAL TO HORSES
A reader Writes: "I want to use
ottonseed meal for feeding horses
nd mules, please give me the pro
ortions of cottonseed meal to put
ith corn, or with corn and oats, or
Again we are asked to do the im
iossible. No one can state the pro
ortions in which these should be
nixed, without knowing the kind of
ay to be used. and, as influencing
he case to a lesser degree, the kind
f work the animals are doing. The
mount of cottonseed meal should be
such larger if any grass hay, or corn
odder is used, than when the hay is
legume. In fact, with clover, cow-,
ea, or soy bean hay no cottonseed
Heal is required to balance the ra
First, we will suggest proportions
when a non-leguminous hays are used.
hat is, when grass hays, corn fod
er, etc., constitute the roughage.
1. 1 part of cottonseed meal by
weight to 5 parts of corn.
2. 1 part of cottorseed meal; .
4 parts corn; 4 parts oats.
3. 1 part cottonseed meal; 10
In case legume hays are used, we
vould not advise the use of any cot
onseed meal when oats constitute
s much as one-half the grain ration.
Vhen corn is the only other concen
rate used we would suggest one part
>f cottonseed meal to 10 parts of
orn, with any of the legume hays.
Ll these proportions are by weight.
vleasuring is not sufficiently accur
ate, although a given measure full of
given mixture may be weighed and
ifterward, in feeding, this measure
nay be used for giving out the feed, '
mue we can only use weight as a.
neasure in discussing these matters.
-The Progressive Farmer.
FOR SALE--Brick and Shingles.
. full line of the very best at all
imes. Manning Meat Market, W. T.
ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES.
NOTICEt OF DISCHARGE.
I will apply to the Judge of Pro
ate for Clarendon County on the
~1st day of May, 1917, at 11 o'clock
'. M., for letters of discharge as
dministratrix of the estate of Tho
nas S. Rogan, deceased.
Florence E. Rogan,
Summerton, S. C., A pril 12, 1917.
rG KILLER !
quashes and Cucumbers
killed by the bugs that
pear just get a package
inkle on the plants and,
the bugs, with positively
A POSITIVE, SAFE
)UR IRISH POTATO
(STANT USE. SIMPLY
S IN THE CAN AND