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Additionni Local Itcnms
Should you n iss "The Fall of a
Nation" you will regret it, so don't
fail to conme and bring your friends
-to see it Friday, September 14th.
The price is small compared with
what you will see in "The Fall of a
Nation." Show begins promptly at
11 o'clock A. M. and will continue
until 11 o'colck P. M.
"The Fall of a Nation" which will
be shown at The Pastime Theatre
Friday is one of the biggest and best
shows ever shown on the screen.
The Winthrop girls of Manning will
have home made candy for sale at
The Pastime Friday, September 14th.
The proceeds will go toward the erec
tion of a Y. WV. C. A. building at Win
When you are in need of Auto
Supplies conme and see us. Our stock
is as big as any place and the prices
are right. Free air station. Harvin
Motor Co., Phone No. 6.
A telegram was received Monday
by the Presbyterian Sunday School
here announcing the death of Dr. W.
P. Jacobs at Clinton. For years Dr.
Jacobs has been head of the T1hornwell
Orphanage and has done a noble
work in that institutIon.
WANTED--To lease or rent for
next year (with or without option to
buy) a good 4 or 6 horse farm. Must
be good land and have suitable build
ings. Am able to finance myself.
Write, E. B. Cook, Rock Hill, S. C.
The Civic League will hold its first
fall meeting Monday afternoon at 6
o'clock at the Court House. A full
attendance of members is particular
ly urged as lansf for the year will
To Those Expecting to Display Birds
at the County FaIr.
The Clarondon Poultry Association~
will not hold a separate show this
OurNow Model Iyd. Ram
World's Latetand Bot.
flowing well or koo
No running expene.
We replace other Rams.
8 cial Factory Prices.
w Ae tePUMP WRKS
I and Winter
of the Handsc
ats, Coats, Coat
['HE NEW ID
'year at the County Fair as it has
done for the past two years, but will
have an exhibit in connection with the
fair and in fact will be one of the
departments of the County Fair.
Heretofore the poultry association
has had a separate show and offered
its premiums independently of the
Fair Association, but this year on ac
count of a lack of funds, it is unable
to hold a separate show. The Fair
Association, however, has been very
generous and has offered premiums
for all classes of birds, and it is hoped
there wvill be a fine display.
There will be no entrance fee in
connection with this dlepartment. The
Clarendon Poultry Association owns
seven handsome silver cups and of
course only the members of the Asso
ciation can compete for these, but the
association is open for members all
the time, so if anyone wishes to com
pete for one or more of these cups
just pay a fee of fifty cents and be
come a member of the association.
These cups were given by the four
banks of Manning, the Poultry Asso
ciation Mrs. F. P. Eryin and The
Alcolu R. R. Company. Those cups
will be on exhibit several weeks be
fore the fair, in the' window of the
Home Bank & Trust Co.
The association is so anxious to get
the people of Clarendon County in
terested in this industry, for it is the
opinion of poultry raisers that this
industry will experience the greatest
improvement for the next few years
that it has ever received.
VALJUABLE LANDS FOR SALE.
I am offering for sale several small
tracts of land within one mile of the
corporate limits of the town of Man
ning situated on Main Public road
from Mannin~g to Summerton. The
total acreage in the tract is 135 which
has been sub-divided into small par
eels varying from 17 to 30 acres. A
plat can be seen at my office. Said
'place is that portion of the "Bird
Hill" place known as the J. W. Mc
Lead land inherited by Mrs. Lula
Willcox., Purchasers in position to
pay a reasonable amount on the pur
chase price can obtain terms on the
J. A. Weinberg,
-3t. * Manning, S. C.
Do you want a milch cow? If you
do, F. C. Thomas can suit you in price
and quality. Twenty-five splendid
milkers--from two to four gallon
cows if handled and fed right. Come
to Bloomvlle and look them ovem._35
mest Designs in
Suits, Dresses and
Sand 20th, 1917
This season in the face 4
of us, we have surround
chandise that is standar
demorilization of uphes
We bought early, in fi
consequence we are able
Suits and Overcoa1
Youths' Suits and O'cos
Boys' Suits and O'coat
We have a special line
at $15 that are sure to
...Remember, we carry such lines as The Adler
Rochester and Strouase Brothers High Art
Styles to suit the most conservative to the ultra
In summing up, we migi
stock of FALL GOODS is i
and we invite you to call.
10 South Main Street
FALL TERM OF COURT.
Court convenes in Manning on Sep
tember 24, Judge Frank B. Gary, pre
siding. The following is the jury:
D. M. Evans, New Zion.
T. J. Johnson, Manning.
R. S. DesChamps, Pinewood.
W. K. Hutson, New Zion.
E. H. Clark, Davis Station.
S. E. Johnson, New Zion.
B. E. Jenkinson, Pinewood.
J. W. Frierson, Manning.
F. L. DuBose, New Zion.
W. R. Simpson, Manning.
Jno. C. Harvin, Alcolu.
H. C. Cousar, Jordan,.
A. J. Tindal, Manning.
H. J. Tisdale, Paxville.
P. J. Holladay, Summerton.
D. Hirschmann, Manning.
W. Ira Buddin, Turbeville.
.A. C. Harvin, Manning.
H. K. Beatson, Manning.
L. M. Curtis, Paxville.
W. I. Robinson, Turbeville.
D. Ml. Wilson, Foreston.
J. E. Barrett, Silver.
B. I). Griffin, Pinewood.
G. H. Lackey, Paxville.
G. L. McLeod, Manning.
W. K. Hill, Manning.
J. F. Dickson, Foreston.
W. Ml. Davis, Alcolu.
J. A. Gardner, Summerton.
J. L. Green, Turlieville.
H. A. Hodge, Summerton.
W. C. Williams, Summerton.
G. M. Bradham, Manning.
D. E. Cole, Turbeville.
W. F. Duke, New Zion.
SECOND WEEK JURY.
W. D. Fleming, New Zion.
W. T. Snyder, Maning.
D. R. DuBose, Sardinia.
Morris Ness, Manning.
G. MT. McKnight, Wilson.
H. A. Richbourg, Sunmmerton.
J. H. Dingle, Summerton.
J. E. Ward, Davis Station.
H. R. Boger, Manning.
J. F. Lanham, St. Paul.
C. P. Gable, Gable.
L. Ml. Alsbrook, Wilson.
W. S. Ward, Mannipg.
F. B. Evans, New Zion.
J. H. Lowder, Pinewood.
J. C. DuRant, Sr., Alcolu.
J. E. Cousar, Sardinia.
Allison Floyd, Lake City.
A. G. Stack, Pinewood.
C. E. Cochran, Manning.
J. B. Lee, Alcolu.
E. L. Thigpen, Lake City.
A. M. Holliday, Manning.
N. L. Broughton, Pinewood.
L. N. Barwick, Pinewood.
R. E. Thomspon, Alcolu.
MT. W. Graham, Davis Station.
of conditions n
ed ourselves '
'd---that has nc
~vals in every
ret very early,
to offer you va
bs, from $10 tc
i~ts, from $7.50
s, from $3.50
of MEN'S SUITS
Our stock of New Fall S1
also as our other makes.
We are sole agents for th<
In our Shoe department are
Howard & Foster and the:
1.t say that OU.
.eady for your
B. F. Rodgers, Manning.
B. T. DuBose, Wilson.
H. M. McIntosh, New Zion.
J. P. Holliday,. Summerton.
A. B. Briggs, Silver.
E. R. Richbourg, Summerton.
S. M. Wheeler, New Zion.
T. W. Fleming, New Zion.
R. E. Harrington, New Zion.
TO HELP OUR BOYS.
On Wednesday, September 19th, at
east sixty more of our Clarendon
>oys will go to the front, following
he fifteen who were called to the
olors on September 5th. To care
or all of these and others of our
oldier boys, the Red Cross Chapter
>f Clarendon County asks the help
>f every person in the county. It is
i work every person should take
)leasure in lending their greatest ef
forts to. On September 19th the Red
,ross Chapters of Clarendon County
vill make a house to house canvas
n each town, asking each and every
erson to donate as generously at
hey can, for this great cause-the
omfort of "Our Boys." We are ask
ng that every household, and every
place of business have in readiness
ome or one of the following articles
which will be called for on Wednes
lay the 19th by members of the local
hapter. Don't think because you
gave no relative or dear friend among
the boys in khaki you are not called
upon to give. Think of the boys who
ire fighting for you as well as for
:thers, and give to them generously,
Df any of the following articles:
Pencils and Pads,
Cakes of Soap,
Cakes of Sweet Chocolate,
Tobacco, in any Form,
Fruits, in Season.
All County Chapters will kindly
solicit donations on this same day,
Wednesday 19th, and in the same
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Parties having wheat with smut in
it are notified that before it can be
milled it will be necessary to wash
the smut out.
Clarendon Roller Flour Mills.
ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES.
ew to all
~t felt the
and as a
to $22.50 d
etsons are in, as well'
e W. L. D~ouglas Shoe.
3 also to be found the
[JMTER, S. C.