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WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 16, 1918
S. Oliver O'Bryan spent Tuesday in
Soldier Austin Sauls is visiting
friends in Manning.
Mr. George Green, who is in Un
cle Sam's army is visting in Manning.
Bring your job work to The Times
Mrd. Joseph Sprott is convalescent
after en attack of grip.
Hon. R. S. Des Champs of Pine
wood was a vistor to Manning Mon
Miss Irma Weinberg spent last
week in Sumter, the guest of Mrs. A.
Our eighth car load of mules to ar
rive Thursday or Friday. Coffey &
Dr. and Mrs. English Plowden, and
little Harriet, drove to St. Charles
last Sunday for the (lay.
FOR SALE OR RENT-Three
horse Farm. Apply to W. E. Reardon,
-Manning, S. C.
Mr. E. C. Horton is in Columbia
this week, attending the United
States court as a juror.
An Oliver Chilled Plow makes a
bale to the acre. D. M. Braciham &
Mrs. J. H. Orvin spent Monday in
Columbia with her husband, who is in
a hospital in that city.
Our second car this month of well
selected mules to carload in our pens
today. D. M. Bradham & Son. -
The graded schools of Manning re
sumed this year's work last Monday,
after a three weeks vacation.
A nice lot of buggies just in at Cof
fey & Rigby's.
FOR SALE-200 bushels good corn
in shuck. Aply to J. J. Windham,
Manning, S. C., R. 1.
ASTRAY-One large black shep
herd dog; inside pf legs tan color. An
swers to name of Major. Finder noti
fy Times office and receive reward.
Shipped to me last Saturday and is
expected to arrive at once a car of
130 barrels of Anchor Brand lime. W.
Revenue Collector McLeod is at the
the court house all this week to as
sist and give information on the new
income tax law.
Senator DuRant has a bill up now
to make a fellow get a prescription
from a doctor before he can "wet his
whistle" with his quart-a-month.
Short profits , quick sales and fair
dealing has necessitated our getting,
our eighth car of mules. Coffey &
Mr. E. D. Hodge of Alcolu has been
appointed one of the land bank ap
praisers of South Carolina, taking the
place of Mr. A. C. Br'adham, resigned.
Ask any of our customers why we
sold more mules than any other (deal
or in the county last week. D. M.
Bradhanm & Son.
Mr. Tom Kennedy has accepted a
position in the store of A. Abrams,
where he wvill be gladl to have his
friends call and see him.
At our place~ you will find the best
assortment of mules in Clarendton
county. D. M. Bradlham & Son.
Misses Ruth and Isabelle Smith re--I
turned to Columbia College yesterday,
after spending the holidays here wvith
their parents, Rev. andt Mrs. Charles
It's no trouble to sell goodl horses,'
mules, buggies, wagons and harness
when you have the right kind at the
right pirice. Coffey & Rigby.
Tlhe I". N. Wilson insurance agency
declared 42 per cent in dividends the
past year, andl paidl out 30 per cent to
the stock holders, carrying 12 per cent
Mi'. .James E. Tennant of Summer
ton was stricken with paralysis Sun
(lay morning andt died in a few hours.
Trhe deceased is survived by his wid..
ow, three dlaughters and one son. The
funeral wvas in the Summerton ceme
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery.
Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted
J. E. ARANT, PH. G.
.M'ANNING, S. C.
Peeled and Unpeeled
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery
Mr. R. D. -Clark left this morning
for High Point, N. C. After spending
several (lays there he will journey
through the tobacco section of Vir
What does finding a- home for 36
mules and horses last week suggest
to your mind? . D. M. Bradham &
Mr. J. H. Rigby returned home
Sunday night from St. Louis, where
he had gone to buy a car load of
mules and horses for the firm of
Coffey & Rigby.
Sam Barron and his boy scouts,
who spent last week in Santee, came
home Saturday. The boys had a
great time tho' their menu was
squirrel and then more squirrel.
There is no desirable size, shape,
age or speed in a mule we can't sup
ply and at the right price. D. M.
Bradham & Son.
Mr. S. M. Patrick of White Oak, S.
C., has moved his family to the Pres
byterian manse, and he will be em
ployed in the grocery store of B. B.
B. B. Breed in.
Mr. Herman Bradham moved his
family yesterday into the Moody
house on Church street, making room
for Mr. C. S. Rigby, who is moving
into the Bradham house.
We believe we can give you better
values than any one else. Coffey &
Private Clarence Iseman, who has
been ill several weeks in the army
hospital at Camp Jackson, has been
transferred to the Toumey hospital,
Come and look through our stock of
horses, mules, buggies, wagons and
harness before buying elsewhere. Cof
fey & Rigby.
Died last Friday near Summerton,
Mrs. Maria -arvin, aged about 70
years. The deceased is survived by
the following brothers and sisters.
Mrs. Weeks and X.ss Victoria Gayle
and Messrs R. C. and R. L. Gayle.
Messrs. Bertram Weinberg and G.
M. Smith left Sunday for New York,
where they will buy their spring
stock for Iseman-Weinberg Co. They
were accompanied on their trip by Mr.
The relatives of Mr. Louis Levi
were summoned to his bedside in Ab
beville yesterday. Mr. Levi was taken
suddenly ill Monday night. Mr. Da
vid Levi and Mr. Iseman are with him.
A wire that came in this morning
stated that he was still in a critical
LOST-Sunday morning, January
13th, between Sumter and Maninng,
outer casing for rear wheel Ford car.
Finder will please notify F. P. Bur
gess, Manning, S. C., and get reward.
A fewv weeks ago a (log supposed to
be mad bit a fine hog belonging to
Mr. .John Thames in Manning andl on
Monday the hog wvent madl and had to
lhe killed. This is a great loss to Mr.
Thames as the porker wveighed about
The story of howv an obscure Cath
olic monk wvith Satanic idleas con
trolled the dlestinies of Russia's i-uler
will be told on the screen at The Pas
time F'riday night. This picture is in
seven thrilling reels andl is one of the
greatest pictures ever madle. See it.
Admission 25c andl 35c.
Mrs. A. M. .Jones of Davis Station,
returnedi home last week from an ex
tended visit with her son, Mr. J. L.
Jones, of Baltimore. Mr. Jones accom
paniedl her home, spending several
days with her. She was also visted by
ninother son, Mr. D). B. Jones, of Char
lotte, N. C.
We have positions open that afford
splerdid opportunities for promotion,
seve:al young Nr middle aged white
men with sufficient education to read
and write plainly and with dispatch.
Must be energetic, loyal, ambitious
and wiliing to wvork. D). W. Alerman
& Sons Co., Alcolu, S. C.
The Czar of Russia's dlownfall was
helped on b~y the intrigues of the fa
mous Rasputin, the monk, who had
such a tremendlous influence over the
life of Russia's former ruler. This
strange man's life has been pictur
ized with the title "Rasputin, the
Black Monk." The story is absolutely
true and the happenings only took
place a few months ago-in fact when
Aussia overthrewv the yoke of serf
(dom1. This great picture will be showvn
at The Pastime Friday night, Jan. 18,
Admiidn 25 and 35c.
The increasing business of The
Times has caumsedl us to invest in more
machinery. Mr. John R. Slider of A t
lanta was here to see us Monday, and
we p laced an ordier for several hun
dred dollar. worth of modlern machin
cry to complete our up-to-date plant.
It is to be shipped out at once and
then .we will be equal to any city of
f ice in the state, and superior to all
country shops, or "try-to-be" print
The Quinine That Does Not Affect the Need
Because of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA
TIVfl BROMO QUININJ is better than orinary3
Oulnine and doe snot cause nervousness no
ringing in head. Remnember the full namne S
look for the senajure of R. W, OROVE. c
Dr. D. B. Stahigker, of Lancaster,
has accepted a position in Zeigler's
Pharmacy. Dr. Stalnaker is an- ex
pert 'pharmacist and comes to Man
ning highly recommended. We wel
come him and his family to our town.
They will be keeping house as soon
as a residence is available. At present
they are at the home of Hon. A. C.
Mr. J. W. Pole, of Washington, D.
C., is spending several days here. Mr.
Pole, who is a National bank exam
iner is examining the People's Bank
of Mannig preparatory to that in
stitution entering the ranks of . the
national banks. This.will be the first
national bank in Clarendon county
and The Times wishes them well in
their new field.
"Rasputin, the Black Monk" at the
Pastime Friday night will tell you
sonething about the strange happen
ings in Russia (luring the past year or
so. Tells you how the Czar of Rus
sia, called by his loyal subjects "The
Little- Father", lost his gone. The
title role is taken by America's great
est character actor-Montague Love.
This is one of the greatest pictures
ever made and the plot of the story
is absolutely true. Admission 25c and
Manning witnessed another se
vere storm last Friday night, but this
time we were more fortunate than a
great many places. This tornado
which swept over several states did
lots of damage, both to property and
lives. The damage in our town was a
few fences and trees blown down, and
most of the people lost a good night's
sleep. It was an awful night; the
wind blew a gale; the rain came down
in torrents and the lightning flashing
caused much anxiety among our peo
The Civic League will meet at the
Court House Monday afternoon, Jan.
21st, at 4 o'clock.
A full attendance is especially urg
ed, -as plans and work will be discuss
ed for the new year.
An appeal hi been sent out by our
State Pr(-iidenc, Mrs. J. L. Coker, that
iouth Carolina raise One Thousand
dollars -for community clubs estab
lished at the, different camp cities. To
rais' this, each club has been as
ressed twenty five cents per member.
Pee Dee District's money is to go to
Camp Sevier. I feel sure every mem
ber of the League will gladly and
promptly respond to the call. Please
be preparLd to pay the amount at
Monday's meeting or give same to
Mrs.1J. D. Gerald, Treasurer.
Mrs. T. M. Monzon,
The fifth district convention of the
Knights of Pythias was held here last
Tuesday night with Clarendon Lodge
No. 173. There was a good attendance
of delegates representing the lodges
in this district. After a highly inter
esting address delivered. by Grand
Chancellor W. E. Derrick of Orange
burg, the Grand officers formally in
stalled the officers elected by the lo
cal lodge for the ensuing year. They
are as follows: R. N. Cain, C. C.; J. E.
Kelly, H. C.; Carey Smith, Prelate; T.
M. Kennedy, M. of W.; J. P. Yassney,
K. of R. S. and M. of Ex.; R. C. Bag
gett, M. of F.; .J. F. Mayor, M. of A.;
J. R. Weeks, Inner Guard; C. H.
Mathis, Outer Guard. After this event
the members and their wives adjourn
ed to the old Court House where a
sumptuous banquet was served, and a
general good time was had by all.
The following list of articles ship
ped by the Clarendon county, South
Carolina Chapter of the American
Red Cross, January 15, 1918.
Bath robes ------ ---------------25
Pajamas -------- ---------------10
Bed shirts ----- ------ -------..--10
Socks, pairs -------------------__22
M ufflers- __._.. __.- _.._......._._1
Swveaters - ..---._.... -- --...._...21
W ristlets, pairs- _...._- _........-.....4
The chapter acknowvledges the dlona
tion of one hundred (dollars ($100.00)
as a Newv Year offering from the
Notice is hereby given that there
will be a meeting of the stock-holders
of the Summerton Mercantile Com
pany, at its office, in the town of
Summerton, S. C., on the 11th dlay of
February 1918, at 11 a. mn., for the
p)urpose of considering a resolution
for said corporation to go into li.
qluidlation, wind up its affairs and
C. M. DAVIS,
.Board of Directors.
Summerton, S. C.,
January 8, 1918.
Statc of South Carolia,
County oI Clarcndon
Clarendon Building & Loan Company,
W. N. Rush, W. E. Baird, Citizens In
surance Agency, King Hardware
Company, George D. Shore &
Under and by Virtue of a Judg
ment order of the Court of Common
Pleas; in the above stated action, to
me directed, bearing date of January
5th, 1918, I will sell at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash, at
Clarendon Court House at Manning,
in said County, within the legal hours
for judicial safes, on Monday the 4th
dlay of February, 1918, being sales
day, the following described real es
B. B.. Breedin's
Pure Food Groene.
We desire to tha
during the year ju
lishinent' has ever
and we are depend
We have just er
Lancaster, who wi
partment. He is
many years' expe
now staying at the
calls will reach him
Our store will a
goods that are to 1
We earnestly so
merit, quality and
. Night calls ansv
B. B. Breedin's
Pure Food Grocery.
"ALL that piece, parcel or lot of
land lying being and situate in the
Town of Sardinia, County and State'
aforesaid, measuring fifty feet on its
northern and southern lines and hav
ing a uniform depth of one hundred
and fifty feet, and bounded and butt
ing as follows ,to wit: North by Pecan
Street; East by lot of E. J. Buddin;
South by lands of Garland, and West
by Lot of W. N. Rush. The Lot of
land above described being designat
ed as Lot No. 5 on a plat of town lots
at Sardinia and being the same upon
which the residence of the said W. N.
Rush is situated."
All those three lots of land in the
Town of Sardinia, Clargndon County,
South Carolina, known as Nos. 5, 6
and 7 upon . a plat thereof, bounded
North by Pecan Street; East by Lot
James Buddin; South by Lot of Mary
E. Garland, and West by Lot of the
said W. N. Rush, and under Mortgage
to Clarendon Building & Loan Com
pany for $1500.00 Dollars.
Purchaser to pay for pa ers.
- E. B. GAMBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
St8tc of South Carolin3,
County of C~i~idon
Hilliardl R. Rush, Sanmual H1. Rush,
Amanda Baker, Fortune Montgom
ery, sometimes called Fortune Mc
Intosh, H~eywvard Montgomery, Hat
ti McFaddmn, Simon McRae, Bynah
Ann McElveen, Plaintiffs,
Sam Montgomery, Harry .Montgom
cry, Luther Montgomery, John Da
vid Montgomery, Allen McRae and,
Gilland Burgess, Defendants.
Under and by Virtue of a Judg
ment ordler of the Court of Coinmn
Pleas, in the above stated action ,t
me directed, bearing (late of January
5th, 1918, 1 will sell at p~ublic auction
to the highest bidder for cash, at
Clarendoni Court House at Manning,
in said County, within the legni nours
for judiicial sales, on Monday the 4th
(lay of February, 1918, being sales
day, the following dlesc, d real es
"All that piece, pr e l or tract of
landi lying, being an . situate in the
County of Clarendor., in the State of
A MOTER'S GRATITUDE
Many a Mother in Manning WVill Ap
nreciate the Following
Many a strong man and~ many a
henithy wvoman has much for which
to thank mother. The care tak~en dur
inst their childhood brought them past
the dlanger point andl made them
healthy men andl women. Thousands
of children are bothered with incon
tinence of urine, and inability to re
tain it is ofttimes calledl a habit. It
is ncot a;wvays the children's fault--in
many eases the difficulty lies ith the
kidneys, and can be readily rightedJ
A Manning mother tells how she went
Mrs. S B. Bullard says: "I consider
Doan's Kidney Pills a valuable id
ney and bladder medlicine. A y ounger
one in my family had a si~ell of ty
phoid fever that left her kidneys
Iwea --. The kidney secretions parised
too freqpiently and caused considera
able anr nyance. She also had fre
'juent hendaches. I bought D~oan's
Kidney-P'ills at the Dicksoni Drug C'o.,
an thby relieved her of all symptoms
of the trouble "
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remaedy-get
Doan's Kidney Pills--th- -same that
Mrs. Bullard recommends. Fostet.
Milburn (Co., Propis., Buffato, N. Y.
erous patronage r
year this estab.
ir prescription de
mn, havinig" had
Dr. Stalnaker is
n, where night
complete line of
B on the basis of.
Manning, S. C.
Mr. A. C. Brad
Douglas, Turbeville's store-Thurs
day, Feb. 7.
New Zion, at New Zion-Friday,
P. Mill; Alderman store,-Monday,
Here's hoping that everybody int
terested will meet me atiie above ap
pointments, and. everybody make re
ports, thereby making it the best tax
year Clarendon county has ever had.
A. P. BURGESS,
GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER \
has been used for all ailments that
are caused by a disordered stomach
I.nd inactive liver, such as sick head
ache, constipadion, sour stomach,
nervous indigestion, fermentation of
food, palpitt.tion cf the 'heart caused.
by g'ses in the stomach. August
Flower is a gentle laxative, reau
lates digestion both in stomach and
intestines, cleans and sweetens the
stomach and alimentary canal, stim
ulates the liver to secrete the bile
and imparities from the blood. 25
and 75 cent bottles. Sold . Hug
t0c Bottle .
B.B. BR EEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery.
FOR FLETCHER'S -
CA ST ORIA A
ted with Abrams'
position to serve
t, and for kindness /
extended me, I
ilk the people for their - gen
st closed. It was the -biggest
had. We intend mitaking 1918
ling upon your cooperation.
igaged the services of br. D
11 have complete charg'e of ot
a thoroughly competent im
riende in the .drug business.
home of Mr. A. C. Bradhal
t all times be filled with a
)e fouhd in a first-class drug
licit your patronage for 11
ered at T. E. Plowden's and
South Carolina, containing fifty-four
(54) acres, more or less, and bounded
North-East by lands of W. P. Baker;
South East by lands of J. L. Barrow
and lands of Grant Baker; Souith-west
by lands of Miss Laura E. Johnston,
and North-west by lands of S. W.
Gowdy and A. L. Morris."
Purchaser to pay for papers.
E. B. GAMBLE,
Sheriff Clarendon County.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank all thos3 who so
kindly aided and rehdered what help
they could to us during the illoss and
(loath of our baby, W. C. Timmons, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Timmons.
I will be at the following places on
the dates named below to take re
turns of both real and personal prop
erty. I would ask all land owners to
look up their tax receipts or titles and
jot down numbers of acres and build
ings so as to be able to make a cor
rect return. It is important that you
make return, thereby saving the audi
tor a lot of work and trouble,.and
yourself the 50 per cent penalty for
Paxville-Monday, Jan. 21st.
Pinewood-Tuesday, Jan. 22nd.
Rimeni-Wednesday, Jan. 23rd.
Panola Brown's store-Thursday,
Summerton-Friday, Jan. 25.
3t. P-tul-Saturday, Jan. 26.
Davis Cross Roads-Monday, Jan.
Davis Sti~tion-Tuesday, Jan. 29.
.Jordan--Wednesday, Jan. 30.
St. Marks, H. A. Alsbrook-Thurs
(lay Jan. 31.
ii reste.n- "r de.;, Feb. 1.
Wilson Mill-Saturday, Fe~b. 2.
Harmony, A. A. Chandler-Monday,
Midway, Burrows Mill-Tuesday,
Sy Grove, N. D. M.cFadden
Wednesday, Feb. 6.
I am nlOW connec~
Storeand am in
you as in the pas