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Pubilsh - All County and Town Of
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1917
WANTED-Four-foot wood. Man
ning Light & Ice Co. -tf.
Mrs. Leon Weinberg spent yester
(day in Sumter.
Mrs. .J. A. Weinberg was a visitor
to Sumter yesterdIay.
FOR SALE-Shingles, Corn andl
oats. Manning Meat Market.
Mrs. Alma Bradley of .Jordlan visit
edl Sumter yesterday.
Mr. R. L. B3ell is quite sick at his
home in Manning.
It is time we were getting busy
on the county fair. Why not start?
3:."Dick" Kane has accepted a
position with Mr. S. R. Venning.
IRye Seed now in stock.
W. P. LEGG.
Mliss (aro Bradlham is visiting in
Mr s. S. I. Davis has returnied hlomel
after v isitin her sister in Florenee.
Mi ss Aileen Pidoger from Spartani
biurgs is visiting A Miss I ouiise ll uggins.
"D ud"' Plyler,~ the m ov io man, spent
last Saturday in Columbia.
Mliss It asra Tu rbev\'ille has retu rnedl
from her~ vacaftion tip.
Mr s. Lucius lI arv in and chhidren
are in( Tennessee on a visit.
MIiss MartIha Shuler of Columbia is
visit ing Miss Sue Sprott.
Miss Annie Ilirschmann will resume
classes in the Manning Graded School
with the opening of school.
Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted
MANNING, S. C.
THRILLING FILM SPEC
L will open your eyes al
)atriotism. It is real wai
Rev. Thos. R. Gregory.
POUND BAG FINE
Price subject to change without
Mrs. Joe Sprott entertained at a
luncheon on last Friday morning for
Mrs. Linda Mayes and (laughter, of
Mayesville, are visiting Mrs. J. W.
Mrs. F. C. Thomas, Joe Thomas and
Wylie Hodge spent last week on
Mrs. Iherman Hluggins is spending
some) time~ with her parents at Po
\Tr. Tom Tisdlale of Richland county
is at the bedside of his father, Mr.
T1. J1. Tisdale, who is ill.
Mr. Red~(mondi 1airy of Panola has
returned home after spendling a couple
of wvceks at Glenn Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Iltly Wilson of Sum
tcr are' visiting their parents, .Judge
and M~lrs. JTohn S. WVilson.
Mr.. J1unlius Strange of Wilson0 left
yesterday for Winnsboro to visit his
brothe(r, Mr. Charlie St range.
FOR SA LI.---Ford Touring C'ar,
pract ical ly new. A plply to( F. I'. lHur
Mris. E. S. M~'c~ntosh of Columbia)0
is visiting tIe home of Mr. WV. II.
"Fatty'" A rbuekle, the world's fun
n iest man1I wvill be0 at The Pastimc
Tlheatre Friday, September 7th.
Mr. Horae TIhomas has purchased
the home of Cap~t. A. HI. Bireedin and]
will move into it in a few (lays.
WA NTED--To lease or rent for
next year (with or without option to
buy) a good 4 or 6 horse farm. Must
be good iandi and hige suitable b)uild
ings. Am able to finance myself.
Wrie..a B. nCro, Rock.1, S. C .
11 A. M. to 11
of world co
TACLE OF AMERICA'S I
See this Visio
to see this Pi<
1: Children 2
Don't fail to read the big ad. on
"The Fall of a Nation" in this issue.
FOR SALE-One Buick, Big Four,
1915 Model, in good condition. Will
sell cheap for cash. F. R. Sineath,
Sumter, S. C.
Mrs. I. I. Appelt left yesterday for
Columbia where she will undergo an
operation for appendicitis.
Mrs. E. H. Speer and son are visit
ing their mother, Mrs. R. L. Logan,
Mr. Jas. Harrison, piano tuner from
Columbia, wvill be in Manning Sept.
10-11. Anyone wishing their piano
tuned, ring 97.
The family of Mr. E. C. Gros will
move this week to Hamlet, N. C.,
Mr. Gross has gone back to railroad
ing, andl IHamlet will he headquarters.
Mr. and Mrs' R. R. Jenkinson again
wish to express their appreciation to
the fire dlepartment andl others for
their aid in their most recent fire.
A big feature, "The Gift Girl," at
Trhe Pastime Friday, September 7th,
one of the best Bluebird plays.
Mrs. C. A. Mcladdin accompanied(
Miss Minnie Sue Sauls to Winston
Salem, N. C., this morning for a visit.
Mr. McFadldin will join them later.
Mrs. N. G. Gonza!es of Columbia
will be in Manning Friday to assist
the local Red Cross Chapter in get
ting their~ work room ready.
Messrs. S. .. a, A. G. Hleriott
and F. P. Burg' were visitors to C'o
lumbia oni Sun .y and Mondahy-maO~k
ing the trip iirough the country.
Died at. her home last Saturday in
Anderso~n, Mrs. Claud S. Breedin. Trhe
dleceasedl was a (laughter-in-law of
Capt. and Mrs. A. HI. Breedin of Man
Judge Wilson and Sam Barion left
for Williamsburg on a hunt this week.
Mrs. Wilson accompaniedl them and
will visit relatives in that section for
Effective Sep)t. 1st, our transfer
fares to the Depot are 25e one way
or 40e round trip. We are compelled
to raise these rates on account of the
high prices of repair materials, gaso
line and oil. Please pay driver when
you rie. Harvin Motor Co.
P. M. Conti
G, S. C.
nflict that ti
=UTURE WITH A CENTil
GUNS IN A
n of the Future
5 cents; Adul
TIMBER-Upwards of one million
feet upland and 50 to 100 acre^ in
Santee Swamp at Rheoboth Church.
C. D. Weeks, Newberry, S. C.-4t-36.
Mr. Hugh Mckelvey has accepted a
position with the Levi Mercantile Co.,
taking the place of Mr. Jake Iseman,
who has been called into Uncle Sam's
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Clark left Sun
day morning in their big car for Wil
son, N. C., and various points in Vir
ginia. They expect to be gone about
Do you want a milch cow? If you
(d0, F. C. Thomas can suit you in price
andl quality. Twenty-five sp)len~did
milkers-from two to four gallon
cows if handled and fed right. Come
to Bloomville and look them over.-35,
WVilliam A. Brady in association
wvith World Film Corporation, pre
sents Miss Kitty Gordon in "The Cru
ecal Test," a sensational reolvation ol
Love's greatest problem, at The
Pastime Theatre Wednesday night.
Capt. Belton Plowvden, of Greenville
visitedl Manning this wveek. Capt
Plowden is originally from this place
and is the third son of Mr. Jess<
Plowden. ie is now stationed ai
Camp .Jackson, Columbia.
FOR SALE-Cheap, a Willys.
Knight Automobile, 191G model. Thih
car is in the very best condition an<
has not been run a heavy mileage
For particulars aplly to Willian
Berg, at The Wreck Store, Sumter
Parties having wheat with smut ir
it are notified that before it can b<
milled it will be necessary to wasi
the smut out.
Clarendon Roller Flour Mills.
POUND) BA(I FINE~
Price subject to change without
ie brain of m
AL LOVE THEME OF EI
OTION. A F
by the BOYS
"Mr. Thos. Dixon has ren
try the highest possible s
..L BE PLAYED DURING
ts 35 cents.
LOST or STOLEN-Gold Watch on
Tuiesday, August 21, at Clark's Ware
house. The fob had the initials
L. D. B. engraved on it. Reward
baid for its return to A. B. Briggs,
Siiver, 8. C.-2t.
Mr. Covert Plowden of this place,
and his brother, W. C. Plowden of
New Zion, were visitors to Charlotte
the first part of the week. They made
the trip overland.
When you are in need of Auto
Supplies come and see us. Our stock
is as big as any place and thc prices
are right. Free air station. Harvin
Motor Co., Phone No. 0.
Mr. R. D. Cothran left on Monday
for Brookneal, Va., where he will be
located for the next several months,
having in conjunction with Holloway
& Bowven of Lake City, leased a large
tobacco wvarehouse there.
FOR SALE-A farm containing 72
acres, less than two miles from Man
ning, on main public road, at a big
bargain. Under good state of culti
vation andl is good tobacco land. Ap
ply to J. M. Windham, Manning, S. C.
Miss Mabel Sparks, who has been
the assistant trimmer for Mrs. Atkin
son of Sumter, for the past four years,
has accepted a position wvith Miss
Fannie Weaver, Manning's p~opular
The Woman's Missionary Society
will hold its regular monthly meeting
on Mondlay the 10th, at 41:30 P. M.
This is a social service meeting and
will be conducted by Mrs. Sistrunk.
A sketch on social service wvork will
be read by Mrs. Cothran, and( Mrs.
Furman Briadham wvil give a talk or
the duty of each member, concerning
A ver-y important meeting of the
Red Cr-oss is called for Friday morn
ing, in the Masonic Hall, at cleven
o'clock. All members, prospective
members and those interested in the
wvork, ar-e urged to be present.
Mrs. N. (G. Gonzales, of the Colum
bia Chapter, who is an enthusiastic
member, and hard worker, will ad
(dress the meeting, andl explain th(
workings of the Chapter; wyhat the
various committees are to do; the ar
rangement of the workroom and the
kind of sewing and knitting that is
expected of the Red Cross.
The noiia of the Clarendon Cun.
an has yet
iered this coun
Alton B. Parker
.r Presidental Candidate
THE SHOWING OF'
ty Uhayter are doing all they can
to get this Ch'hpter at work bni It.
takes tine to get everything in work
Let everybody in the County, who
can possibly do so, attend the meetin
About t'renty young men from this
County were called to Columbia this:
morniug to fight for democracy and
humanity, and through the Red Cross
we should look after them, and the'
others who will fo1low . them to the
training camps, and thence to Europe.
The Paxville W. C. T. U. will meet
Tuesday afternoon September 11, at'
:30 o'clock at the Methodist church.
This is the closing meeting of the*
W. C. T. U. year, and ofmiers will be
elected, so a full attendance is de
sired. Those members wvho have not
brought in their comfort bags will
please (do so at this meeting. Tho
treasurer asks that all who possiblr
can, will please send in their dues at
(Signed) Mrs. Hastings Broadway,
ADVERTISE IN THlE TIMES.
Who Want the Best in
madIe in the bakery of
a thousand windows.
These Crackers are
30 to 50c Lbd
Come in and see them.
B. B. BREEDIN'8S
Pure Food Grocery
Next Door to Postoffie