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Varety and Econtomy
With The. Food You Eat!
Among the many good things we have'to offer
in Groceries are a few new arrivals worthy- of
1 lb. Can Sardines in Tonato Sauce-......30c
% lb. Cans Sardines in Tomato Sauce -. .. 15c
/2 lb. Cans Sardines, Plain _ - . 15c
% lb. Can in Mustard .. ... --.15c
1 lb. Can Shad, excellent eating.. 25c
1 lb. Can Whiting, best of value - 15c
Butternuts, very fine quility, lp.' 20c
English Walnuts, ordinary, lb. .. .- 25c
Cocoanuts, sound and swget, each ---- .. .15c
Seeded Raisins, full weight, fresh, lb. .. .. 15c
Orange Peel, Glace, White Rose, superb quality,
1b. . - -- -- --- --- - - --- -- -- 35c1
Lemon Peel, Glace, White.. Rose, superb quality,
-b. .-. --. -- ---- --. ----- -- -- -- 35c
Citron, Glace, lb. 40c, Drained lb. -.-..... 35c
Th'e White Rose -Glace Fruits are the highest
quality obtainable. These goods are scarce and
getting scarcer. We expect to have some cheaper
grades in a few days, however, the, demoralizeg
conditions of everything makes nothing certain,
therefore, we advise baking fruit cake early to
WE ARE ALIVE TO YOUR REQUIREMENTS.
'IF IT CAN BE HAD YOU'LL FIND IT
.HERE. 'PHONE NO. 8 OR COME.
Manning Grocery Co.
Purveyors to Particular People.
RED CROSS NOTES tional Hank of New York; Member of
thie Red Cross War Cour.' il.
Major Grayson M-P. Murphy of
Washington, Oct. 29.-Henry P. New York, Vice-President of the
Davison, Chairman of the Red Cross Guaranty Trust Company of New
War Council, announces the comple- York; Red Cross Commissioner to
tion of the National organization of Europe and member of the Red Cross
the Red Cross throughout the United War Council.
States. The list of persons who are John D. Ryan, of Montana, Presi
now devoting their services to the dent of the Anaconda Coper Cor
National Red Cross as in charge of pany, member of the Red Cross War
important activities without charge to Council.
the Red 'Cross funds is also made pub- Cornelius N. Bliss, Jr., of New
lie. York, member of the firm of Bliss,
Many Commissioners and execu- Fabyan & Company of New York;
tives are serving the Red Cross in member of the Red Cross War Coun
foreign countries without compensa- cil.
tion. Of the 864 members of the Eliot Wadsworth of Boston, for
staff in France, 517 are working with- merly a member of the engineering
out salary or living allowance from firm of Stone & Webster of Boston;
the Red Cross. The volunteer, offi- Vice-Chairnan of the Central Corn
cials serving the National Red Cross nittee of American Red Cross and
in this country are: ex-officlo member of the Red Cross
War Council. War Council.
Charles D. Norton, of New York, George B. Case, of New York, mem
First vice-President of the First Na- ber of the law firm of White & Case
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Mr. H. 'P. Davison.
Ivy L. Lee, of New York, Publicity
Counsel; Assistant to the Chairman
of the Red Cross War Council.
JosepTi M. Hatfield of New . York,
member of the law firtn of -White &
Case of New York; Counsel to the
Joseph R. Hamlepn, of Little Rock,
Ark., Vice-Presidefit of the J. H.
Hanmlen &r -Son, .Inc., of Portland, Me.,
New York and' Little Rock, Ark.;
Assistant to the Vice-Chairman of the
American Red Cross.
Stephen, C. Millett, of New York,
of the banking firm of Millett, Roe
& Hagen of New York; in charge of
the Cable Department for the War
Council of the Red Cross.
John W. Prentiss, of New York,
partner in the firm of Hornblower &
Weeks Financial Assistant to the
Ralpr Hornblower, of Boston, mem
ber of the firm of Ilornblower &
Weeks of New York; Cashier of the
Red Cross War Fund.
'rederick J. Fuller of New York,
Vice-President of the Central Trust
Company of New York; Representing
the Assistant Treasurer of the Red
Cross War Fund;
Harvey D. Gibson, of New York,
President of the Liberty National
Bank of New York; General Manager
of the Red Cross.
Franklin W. M. Cutcheon, of New
York, member of the law firm of
Byrne Cutcheon & Taylor of New
York; Secretary General of the Amer
icon Red Cross.
1Nuld J. Horowitz, of ?\ew York;
President of the Thompson-Starrett
Company; Director of Foreign Relief.
Jesse H. Jones, of Houston, Texas,
banker and business man; Director
General of Military Relief.
George Eaton Scott, of Chicago,
Vice-President of the American Steel
Foundries Company; Director of Di
George Murnane, -of New York,
Vice-President of the H. K. McCann
Company; Assistant to the General
Clyde A. Pratt of New York, Ex
ecutive Secretary of the War Relief
Clearing House; Assistant to the
Samuel M. Greer, of Roland Park,
Md. Commercial Superintendent of
the Chesapeake & .Potomac Telephone
Company; Director of the Bureau of
Edward S. Moore, of Chicago, Illi
nois, Vice-President of the American
Brake, Shoe and Foundry Company;
Associate Director of Division Organ
William R. Castle, Jr., of Boston,
former Assisetant Dean of Harvard
College; Director of the Bureau of
Willoughby Walling, of Chicago,
lawyer and banker; Associate Direct
or of the Bureau of Division Organi
Keith Spalding, of Chicago, Direct
or of A. G. Spalding & Bro.; Asso
ciate Director of Div'sion Organiza
Frederick P. Small, of New York,
Assistant to the President of the
American Express Company; Direct
or of the Bureah of Standards.
Dr. H. N. MacCracken, President of
Vassar College; Director of Junior
othes at the
at the right
iaintained. Call and
SUMTER. SL C,
Memberships - and School Activities.
Evan Evans,' of Chicago, *Moffet
Studios; Director of Moving Picture
Frank B.. Gifford, of Chicago, Gen
eral' Purchasing Agent for Armour
& Company; Director of the Bureau
Edwin J. Beinecke of New York,
General Purchasing Agent for the
George A. Fuller Company; Assist
ant Director of the Bureau of Pur
J. Rogers Flannery, of Pittsburgh,
President of the Flannery Bolt Con
pany of Pittsburgh and of the Vana
ilium Company of Pittsbuigh; Di
rector of the Bureau of Supplies.
Winthrop M. Crane, Jr., of Dalton,
Mass., Manager of the Crane Paper
Mills of Dalton, Mass.; Assistant Di
rector General of Military Relief.
Wells Blanchard, of Boston, Vice
President of, the Portage Lake Mill
Company; Secretary to the Director
f Naval Bureau Affairs.
Henry S. Thompson, of Boston,
Former partner of White, Weld &.
Company; Director of the Red Cross
Miss Jane A. Delano formerly Sup
arintendent of the Bellevue Hospital
training School of New York; Chair
man' of National Committee on Nurs
ing Servic'e and Director of the Bu
reau of Nursing.
.Jamds Jackson, of Boston, 'ice
President of the State Street Trust
Company of Bostoni, Division Man
ger of the New England Division.
Ethan Allan, of New York, Woolen
Goods Merchant in New York; Di
vision Manager of the Atlantic Di
George W. Simmons, of St. Louis,
Vice-President of the Simmons Hard
ware Company of St. Louis; Division
Manager of tile Southwestern Divi
James B. Garfield, of Cleveland,
Lawyer; Division Manager of the
F. H. Stoltze ,of Minneapolis, Lum
ber Merchant of Minneapolis; Divi
5ion Manager of the Northern Divi
John W. Morey, of Denver, of the
C. S. Morey Mercantile Company; Di
vision Manager of the Mountain Di
Charles Scott, Jr., of Philadelphia,
Vice-President of the Giant Portland
Cement Company; Division Manager
of the Pennsylvania Division.
William Lawrence Peel, of Atlanta,
Georgia, formerly President of the
American National Bank of Atlanta,
Ga.; Division Manager of the South
C. D. Stimson, of Seattle, President
of the Stomson Mills and the C. D.
Stimson Company; Division Manager
>f the Northwestern Division.
Marshall Hale, of San Francisco,
f Hale Bros. Department Stores in
San Francisco; Division Manager of
;he Pacific Division.
Leigh Carrol, of New Orleans, Law
ver; Division Manager of the Gulf
Bruce D. Smith, Vice-Piesident of
.he Northern Trust Company of Chi
aago; Division Manager of the Cen
Henry White, of Washington, D. C.,
rormeily Ambassador to France; Di
Vision Manager ~6f the Potomac Di
Otis H. Cutler, of New York, Chair
man Board of Directors, American
Brake Shoe & Foundry Co.; Division
Manage r of tha Insular and Foreign
Blureau of Medical Service of Foreigni
Dr. Richard M. Pearce, of Phila
tel ph ia, Professor Research Medicine
at the University of~ Pennsylvania;
Secretary of the Medical Advisory
Committee andl of its Executive Com
mittee of the War Council.
D~r. Wan~er C. Bailoy, of Boston,
Physician; Assistant Secretary of the
Medical Advisory Committee of the
Dr. Ralph Pemberton, of Philadel
)hia, Physician at Presbyterian lios
pital, Philadelphia; Assistant Di
rector of the Bureau of Medical Ser
vice of Foreign Commissions.
No person will be allowed to- hunt
n any of the lands belonging to Mr.
r Mrs. D. M. Rogers. These lands
a~re generally known as the Nixon
landls. Any violation of this notice
will be prosecuted to the extent of
S. J. Smith, Agent.
NOTICE OF' REGISTRATION.
A special election having been or
ieredl by the Towvn Council of the
Fo-an of Manning to be held on the~
L3th (lay of November, 1917, to elect
a Mayor, one member of the Board
>f Aldermen andl one member of
Public Works Commission;
Notice is hereby given that the
Books of Registration for said Town
will be open at The Manning Times
>fle~e in the Trown of Manning, for the
purpose of registering voters, on the
24th doy of October, 1917, andl re
main oper for ten days thereafter,
alosing on the 3rd day of November.
JUST ARRIVED FROM NEW YORK.
Beautiful New Models in '
in all the New Shades---Burgan ly, Toupe,
Brown. Blue. Greene etc.
A Style to suit every taste,
A Size to suit every figure.
Come now while the assortment is up to the
Ladies' Suits, Price:
$10.00 $12.50., $15.00. $19.98.
$24.50. UP TO $35.00.
Ladies' Coats, Price:
$6.50. $8.98. $10.50. 15.00
$18.50. UP TO $40.00.
Ladies' Sport Coats:
$3.49 TO $7.50.
E K STORE,
Next to Postoffice. Sumter, S. C.
Only those who did not register for And, whereas, T. F. Coffey, lately a
the last town election should regis- member of the Board of Public
ter. Works Commissioner of the said
I. I. APPELT, Town, has tendered his resignation
Supervisor of Registration. as such member, and the same has
been accepted by the Council of the
ANTown of anning, so that there is
A N RDINNCEnow a vacancy on saidI Board of Pub)
NOTICE OF TOWN ELECTION Therefore, an election is hereby or.
Whereas, A. C. Bradhami lately T~no ann ob edo h
Mayor of the Towvn of Manning, has1th(aofNvmr,97,tte
tendered his resignation as said T~'iBidn nsilT~n o h
Mayor and the Town Council has ac- lups feetn aotv
celptedl same, so that the office of ebrso th BadofA eme
Mayor of the Town of Manning isanoemmbrfBadofP
now vacant;. li Wok Co isinr of si
And whereas J. G. Dinkins and R. ovi
C. Wells, lately two of the Aldermen Th Polwile opnd a 8
of the Towvn of Manning have ten- 'lc ntefrnoadcoea
dleredl their resignation as such Alder- ' 'lc nteatron
men and~ the same has been accepted 'Ih ngrsplitelocndt
by the Council of the Towvn of Man--si lcinae: S .BwaS
'ning, so that there is now two vacan- E nrm adF .Bove
cies on the Board of Aldermen of 1.W Wel, ES.Ein
t1' And, whv. Cerea. A.Ctingy aeyor.
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needany epars yu cnThlays for , thi election.isew reb o r
men hatcome toyou hoe adoferdb toe Tonyouancil fo h
$25 t $35 whe youcan o of Mheandngyto betlthe
and ar upeiormachne or 16.0.. Buildingine saith aon gorth
moto. Dy aterdaywe aveptros com cing o our yor, wtwo
machnesin wichtheotoseboers ofd they Boardo Aemen
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T. , W. Wels, . S.Evn