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Che fanung times.
Published Every Wednesday
1. I. APPELT-------------- Editor
F. M. SHOPE.. -.Business Manager
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 21, 1917
Here is luck to the dear 01(1 Man
ning Times. The wvriter has been a
reader of' The Times for some time,
and can truthfully say, there is, 'and
can never be a better county paper.
WVhile the writer is not pecrsonally
acqua intedl with Editor Aplpelt and
Minager Shope, will venture to say
they are men competent of the job.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Alderman have
return~ed home after spendling a few
daysc in the ulpper country.
Miss Clarise' Reardon, of th2 New
Zion.- section, spe~nt Friday night at
the home of Miss Aline Ste wart.
Mr's. P. I. D~avid has returned te
her homec at Olanta after spenld in?<
several days in Alko!u with relatives
Mr's. Wilbur F"loyd and M',iss Aline
Stewvart returned home Mondlay after
visiting Mrs. Floyds' par'ents, Mr. and
Mrs. Deleware Calder, of Olanta.
Mr. R. B. Bee, one of Mr. Jos. S.
Dickson's salesmen, visited friends in
Mrs. S. P. Parrot, of Marion, has
returned to her home after spending
Sunday with her huabo'.nd, at the
Bake 'Em Now-ti
We have everything
Cakes, such as Raisins,
Orange Peel, Nuts, C
Fancy Eggs, Spices anc
Stewart boarding house.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Stidham and
little Elsie Reed, spent Sunday even
ing at Mrs. B. N. Stewart's.
Messrs. Boyd Stewart and Jimmie
Powell and Mrs. B. N. Stewart and
daughters, Aline and 'arie, motored
over to Manning !Pdt Friday to the
fair. They report a fine time.
Mr. R. B. Brunson and his family
have moved to Greenville, S. C., to
the regret, of their many friends in
Mrs. B. N. Stewart is visiting
friends in Sumter this week.
Miss Martha 'Alderman is visiting
in the uIper country andl allowv me to
say Miss Martha is missed when
awvay from A lcolu, and we hope she
will soon return.
Tlhere was a Temnperance lecture at
the Clarendecn Baptist church last|
Sunday and it was hard to beat.
The writer wants to congratulate
the trustees of the Alcolu high school
in being so fortune-te in getting Miss
llentz, as a teacher. With Mis;s Aline
I lowle, as principal, and M isa; Ilent,,
as as~t:iiat, there is no reason why
this will not he the banner vear' for
the Alcolu school.
Dr. Stearn will dleliver a lecture in
the Paxville Methodist church on next
Sunday evening, at 7:;30 o'clock, to
which the p)ublic is cordially invited.
Dr. Stearn is a noted prohibition
speaker, andl conmes here by invita
tion of Mr. J. K. Breedin.
le Sofner the Better~
obtainable to make good
Citron, Glace Lemon and
~ocoanutS, Jams, Jellies,
-'Phone No. 8
e Grocery Co .
you have th
ate for years
i at greatly a
r prices that t
We Still ,Hav
Caps, Odd Tx
s are all pric
)mises to whC
IE OF HART SCHAFF
Mrs. Eugie Salley was here last
week for a short visit at the home of
Mrs. S. E. Curtis, before returning
to her home at $mithvillee Va. She
is the widow of the late Dr. P. M.
Salley, of Pinewood, and was there
looking after business interests.
Mr. J. L. Pritchend of Elloree was
here last week visiting friends.
Mr. J. C. Pate and family who now
reside in Sumter were here last week
to visit friends. Mr. Pate has given
up teaching, and is now a traveling
Mr. J. W. Mims is the recent pur
chaser of a seven-passenger Chal
Mr. Joe Hodge and family, of La
mar, spent the week-end at the home
of the Messrs. Hlodge near town.
Rev. A. S. Lesley preached his last
sermon here on Sunday morning for
the conference year, also held a bap
tismal service, lie leaves Tuesday
for the Annual Conference at Bishop.
ville wvhich wvill be in session this
week. It is generally hoped that Rev.
Lesley wvill be returned to this charge.
lHe reports the treasury "full to over
Following is the honor roll of the
Paxville graded school for October:
1st grade-Miles Browvn, Ray
2nd grade--Fant Broadwvay, Marion
Corbett, Riggs Touchberry.
3rd grade-Emiylee Coulp, Mildred
UBroadlway, Eva Geddings, Charlton
4th grade--Vivian .Geddings, Paul
Gedd ings, G;ladys Geddings, Mildred
5th gradle-Kendric Graham.
fth gradie-Emma Brown, George
Cain, Daisy Corbett, Thelma McLeod.
8th grade-James Corbett, Lucile
Gieddings, Varnie McLeod.
10th grade-Eugene Browvn, Jessie
Le'atha Edwl~ardls, Principal.
CAl)i OF THANKS
The Poultry Association wishes to
thank the F'air Association for their
courtesy, premiums andl space. We
also appreciate the splendid publiaity
and support given us by the press.
Prof. Hare is goodlness itself. This
is the third year he has judged for
us free, while more progressive coun
ties are paying .ten, dollars per day
for their judging. Prof Hlare has of..
fered to juden for us again next yar.
chan e to b
to come. All
he dealer has
e a. Large As
t early and tli
iot get yours
st values are
ts - - $12
s - - $4
?rcoats - $12
)rcoats - $ 4,
Lt they will b
NER & MARX CLOTH
if we art still 'to poor to pay for a
judge. We thank Mr. McCord and
Mr. J. C. DuRapt, Jr. What would
we hav. done without them?
In holy writ we read that in unity
there is strength. Applying this rule
to our association we hope that every
one interested in the upbuilding of
our County, will interest themselves
in making 'our Poultry Association a
success and the best in the State.
We are hoping to have Prof. Hare
andl Prof. Cleveland at an early (late.
At this meeting the premiums won
at show will be presentedl, officers
elected, and plans made for the com
ing year. D~on't 1)e a slacker (10 your
bit. Come to' this meeting and let
uts work together to m.ake Clarendon
a progressive County.
Yours for making ours the Banner
As;sociation in the Stat2.
MRS. J1. WV. HERIOT,
Sec. and Trreas. Clar. Poultry Asso.
CIVIC LEAGUE HOLDS MEETING
The regular monthly meeting of
the Civic Imague was callcd to ordIer
by the President, Mrs. T. M. Mouzon,
on Monday afternoon, November 19,
1917. Mrs. Gerald acted as Secretary
in Mrs. I.evi's absence.
Minutes of the October meeting
were read., and approved. The first
business taken up was rep~orts of the
officers and Comittees, the Treasurer's
report being extra good. Something
over a hundred dlollars was reported
Mrs. II. D. Clark and Miss Irma
Weinberg were unanimously elected
members of the Civic League.
Election of officers was next in
order. Nominations were made from
the floor, election being by ballot
which resulted as follows:
President,. Mrs. 'T. M. Mouzon; 1st
vice president, Mrs. W. G. King; 2nd
vice president, Miss Irma Weinberg;
3rd vice presidlent, NMrs. R. C. Wells;
4th vice president, Mrs. J. A. Cole;
secretary andl treasurer, Mrs. J. D.
Trhe president then add~ressed1 the
league and thanked the members for
their hearty cooperation during the
past year and urged them to greater
work for the coming year.
The meceting then adjournedl.
Mrs. Gerald, Sec. & Treas.
Mrs. Ralph Newton, of Charleston,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrst
S. .T. Bowman,.hi we.m,
uy winter clothing at
ou will not be able to
oods bought now will
as to correspond- with'
Ley are cheap.
.50 to $35.00
.50 to $12.50
.50 to $30.00
00 to- $13.00
rwear and other Furn
today. We can make
SUMTER. S. C.
We Always Obey
And we are going to do so on November 29th
by giving thanks to the Master for the many
blessings received during the year, and we know
that you are going to do the same.
The yield from the farm has been abundant
and the prices for farm products are good, conse
quently the merchant has enjoyed a aplendid busi
Merchandise is Cheap
Friendc, don't laugh or think this statement ab
surd. Yes we say it is cheap a good deal cheaper
than it will be later on, and our advice to our
friends is that if you are short, on anything in
the way of clothing for yourself or the boys is
to buy it now.
We have been replenishing our stock daily and
you will find that it contains many attractive
numbers in Men's and Boys' S'uits and Overcoats.
It will be to your interest to see our line before
making your purchases.
We shall deem it a pleasure to show you. ~
We feature "GRIFFON CLOTHES"
Phone 878 ,Smtne~r S. C