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Manning, The Home of igh Prices ! So. C
TO THE TOACCO PLANTERS:
I am glad to state to you at this time, the bWinning of another Tobacco Season, that the prospects for high prices for your'tobacco was never better.
We will have a large corps of Buyers with large orders. We believe that the tobacco planters will get more money for this crop of tobacco than any crop
ever raised in South Carolina. We are determined to make Manning the best market in South Carolina. We ask that you sell your tobacco in Manning with
warehousemen that you know and live with you. Mr. Alfred Brandon, of Durham, N. C., will do my Auctioneering this season. Co e and let him sell
your tobacco, you will be pleased. I am now ready to receive your tobacco and advance you some money on it until
THE OPEN ING SALE ON JULY 12th
Bring me your first load-will work hard to please you.
CRS AREP-CHUSE, R. D. CLARK,
Pjblishes All County and Town 01
WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1917.
"Fattie" at The Pastime today.
Dr. E. W. Barron has stood the ex
amination for the army, and expect.
a call any day.
Mr. W. P. Legg has moved into hi!
home recently bought from Mr. C. R
Mr. S. J.- Smith will occupy thi
home made vacant by Mr. W. P. Legg
Remember the warehouses open of
the 12th. We hope this will be th
largest opening Manning has eve:
Bring a load of tobacco to Manninj
and get a load of goods in its place
Advertise in The Times, sell you
tobacco in Manning and bay you
goods in the kame town.
WAj D--Four-foot wood. Mar
ning Ligpl-(&t Ice Co. -tf.
Mr. Howard Green of the New Zio
section lost a tobacco barn by fir
FOR S L,-Shingles, Corn an
oats. Manhi Meat Market.
The tobacco barn of Mr. J. I
Gerald was destroyed by fire last Fr
Trade at Goi tein's Bargain Hous4
Special Bargains eery day.
Mrs. D. Hirschmann and (laughter
Rounette and Pearl, were the guesi
of friende in Kingstree on Sunday.
Mr. H. W. Chestnut left Monde
for a ten-days' visit with friends i
Jacksonville and Tampa, Fla.
Mr. Earle Bradham, editor of tl
Williamsburg Herald, spent Sunda
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fu
Abrams will buy all k nds old m
chinery, old automobiles all kini
scrap iron, burlap, bag' cloth bag
flour and grain bags, aut obile tire
Gather up your scrap a d(l dIvise n
by mail if you cannot b'ing it.
I will take inl a
from short crops i
the Central Wareho
your tobacco-it is
behalf. I am awak<
from the plant bed
every man in our
have a Warehouse si
room-you will not
and best of all you
Mr. E. B. Brown spent Monday in
Columbia on business.
Miss Eleanor Todd of Orangeburg
is visiting her home in Manning this
Messrs Bertram Weinberg and G.
M. Smith left last night for the
Messrs. Mood Williams and Chovine
Sprott have passed the examinattion
in the engineers corps and are now
in camp at Columbia.
Abrams N' 1i uy all kinds of clean
flour grain a d guano sacks, rub
ber tires and machinery.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Weinberg left
last n! ht for a trip to Pawley's
Mr. and Mrs. George Williams left
this morning for Glenn Springs.
The wise man knows much and says
little. The fool just keeps right on
spilling the beans.
r Abrams wi uy all kinds of iron,
bones and bags at high prices.
Mr. Frank Clark of the Charlestor
constabulary force is in Manning foi
a few days.
e Dr. J. E. Arant spent Sunday witi
his aged mother at Orangeburg.
d Gather all yo bones, iron, clear
scrap rags and a kinds of bags am
ge big prices. Bri them to Abrams
* Mr. D. Hirschmann was called ti
New York on Thursday night on ac
count of the death of his brothel
which occurred that day. While ii
the north Mr. Hirschmann will pur
chase his Fall and Winter stock o:
3, merchandise for his big store.
Big ins at Goldstein's ii
Shoes. We s W. L. Douglas famou
Y shoes for me hdy wear like iror
Mr' Abrams left Sunday nigh
for NeW York and other northers
Ie markets purchase his fall stoc'
y of goods.
If a man wants to boost anothe
town, let him spit it out-why mak
i- threats. We have heard of such
is deal that was tried in our town, bu
a, the one making the noise did no
s. amount to a row of garlic in the esti
ie mation of our business people, there
fore his chin music was for naught.
arehouse will b<
6id 'stohe lugs and advance s<
e last few years, and am pe1
use your warehouse and head
~oing to pay you to do this. 13
to your interest all the wodJ
to the warehouse. I came to
tobacco territory to sell tobf
We are better prepared than
tuated convenient for my tral
be smothered up-I have pl
will get a good full purse ani
On last Saturday, Huggins' Phar
macy installed their beautiful New
Soda' Fountain. Their store is now
fully equipped with all modern con
veniences and fixtures. This store
would be a credit to any town in
the State, and they are going after
War condition h e made all kinds
of scrap worth ney. Gather all
your scrap iron, c an rage, clean
bones, guano, grai , flour and feed
sacks. Sell them or igh prices to
Through the efforts of Miss Rich
ardson the governmnet has sent
10,000 cans here for the canning clubs
of Clarendon. The cans are now at
the store of B. B. Breedin for dis
Those agreeing to pay their Red
Cross subscription in July will send
the money to Mr. Fred Lesesne,
Treasurer, Manning, S. C.
Miss Lillie A. Jones, of Gallivant's
Ferry, S. C., left June 21st to accept
a government position in Washington,
D. C. Miss Jones has just finished a
course at the Franklin Institute in
Rochester, New York, and says she
wants to serve her country the best
she can. Miss Jones was born in
Sumter, S. C., but for the last four
years has been living in Horry county
where she has made many friends.
She is a noble young lady and will
be missed by her many friends.
Miss Augusta Appelt, of Manning,
S. C., is taking home economics at
the Summer School, and says that
she can now understand the distinct
pleasure little girls get out of play
ing dolls and playing keeping house.
Miss Appelt is not so far away from
the days of dolls and tea parties and
mud pies that she should have for
gotten those delightful experiences,
but she says that they all came back
to her with a rush of recognition
when she was told to make tea, and
coffee, and chocolate in class. It's
fun, she thinks, and she knows just
exactly how keepiing a big real sure
'nuf house would be.-The Knoxville
200 John B. Stet $5.00 Hats go.
ing at 98c at Gol tein's Bargair
I Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted
J. E. ARANT, PH. G.
MANNING, S. C.
Open on We
me money to help my custo1
efectly willing to (10 all I can t<
(luarters. Let the year aroul
ring it to Cothran and get h
:ng days in the year. I have
South Carolina in 1895 and I
cco with me. I am going t
ever before to handle tobac
le. I have the best lights I e
enty of good brick stable roo
d a square deal on all the tol
2A L WAI
With this week's issue we start the
publication of a series of articles on
bird life by Dr. Witmer Stone, of
Philadelphia. Dr. Stone is recognized
by scientists as the gfeatest authority
on habits of birds in the United
States. His articles on birds 'e
widely sought after by the scientific
magazines and we feel very much
elated over securing these. Dr. stone
has spent two of his vacations in Man
ning and is very much taken with the
bird and plant life of this vicinity,
hence these interesting articles.
Clarendon county is ry home. I
was bcrn and cared among the peo
ple of this coun . I am a home boy.
However, I do n ask t e people of
my town and coun to ive me their
business for this as n alone. I
want it on merit, and ant to merit
all the business I get. have moved
into a new, modern uy- -date store.
I invite the public tq' sh e all the
conveniences found there 'th me,
and I believe the people w.il appre
ciate the fact that I lfhd their interest
at heart when I made these improve
ments, therefore, I respectfully solicit
Herman H. Huggins,
Mar.ning, b. C.
RECEIVED FOR RED
CROSS WAR FUND
N ;w subscriptions received for Red
Cross War Fund since June 26th:
R. F. Epperson ..---...---...5.00
Miss Augusta Appelt - ...-25.00
C. C. Chewning - - ....-1.00
The following names, Red Cross
subscribers, were not received in time
for publication last week-though they
were included in the totals:
Guy Osborne --- ....-....-10.00
Lewis T. Holloway --- _.-2.00
H. C. Wheeler .-- . --- .. - 2.00
J. E. Broughton - ....-....-4.00
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Matthews 5.00
J. Rolein Kalb _ - .-- 25.0C
K. O. Rinehart, M. D. -...--25.00
H. R. Brown ...- ....-5.0(
A. Y. Stack-- .... - ....-10.0(
R. M. Griffin ...-- -- 1.0(
Miss Julia Brailsford - .....-5.0(
Howard Scott ......-..-..-..2.0(
ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES.
Y THE 12th
:dnesdays and S
tners gather their crops. I
> relieve the situation. Come
rid tobacco man handle and
is personal Auctioneering an
made the South Carolina to
have worked hard to ge,my
> work harder than ever be
:o. We have built and are
ver saw. The banks and stor
m for your stock-I will have
>acco entrusted to my care.
If It's Right -
In the Tin
In the Pot and Cup
Boscul Blend Coffee is
not only "right" when it
is put into the tin, but the
tin keeps all the original
freshness and exquisite
flavor for you to enjoy.
is not a mere mixture of
different kinds but a
most skillful BLEND of
the best coffees, pro
ducing delicious flavor
and delicate aroma.
At All Good Grocers
WM. S, SCULL CO.
CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY
Services at the Methodist Church.
Manning Methodist Church, Dr.
Watson B. Duncan, Pastor.
Sunday School at 10 A. M., Mr.
Joseph Sprott, Superintendent.
Men's Bible Class at same hour,
Hon. Charlton DuRant, Teacher.
Preaching at 11 A. M. and 8:30
P. M., by the Pastor.
Morning Subject: "The Battle of
Armageddon." (Rev. 16:16). The
sermon will be an answer to the ques
tion as to whether or not the present
woild-weir has any connection with
the "Battle of Armageddon."
Evening Subject: "Unconscious
Apostasy." The sermon will be a
fully realize the condition y<
right along boys and bring
look after your interest-cur
d' selling~ of tobacco. Experi
bacco industry a special stud
schooling and general know!
fore to make this the bann<
still building prizeries for tl
es are just a few steps awa,
all these things for your c<
I thank you in advance for:
Study of the storylof the".man who
lid not know that 1h had' lost his
Epworth League at 5 P. M., Mr.
I. B. Cantey, President.
Sunday School at Trinity at 8:$0
P. M. Preaching at 4:30 P. M. \
Prayer Service on Thursday at 6
P. M., followed by the Teacher-Train-'.
Public cordially invited to all ser
The Home Bank and Trust Co., has.
declared a fper cent semi-annual
dividend, which is very pleasing to
their stockholders and others that are
interested in this hustling institution..,
ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES.
In using the genuine H. J. Hiens
50c. A GALLON.
Cost more than ordinary Vine
gar, but worth more.
Don't take a chance with your
pickling, use only the best of
Spices and. Vinegar. The place to
get the best is next door to t
B. B. BREEDI '8
Pure Food Grocery..
"Only the Best."
The Cans for the Canning Clubs
have arrived. .The price is 6c each.
C. L. GRIFFIN,
Birth and Death Registrar for
the following townships: Calvary,
Fulton and Friendship. All births
and deaths occurring in the above
townships must be reported to
C. L. GRIFFIN,
Pinewood, S. C.
u people are in caused
me your tobacco. Make
e and take goad care of
ence will count in your
y for twenty-two years
edge of tobacco. I want
r tobacco year for the
e buyers to pack in. I
v. I have plenty of lot
~mfort and convenience,