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Ehe finaning times.
Publishes All Town Official Adver
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1918.
Miss Tasca Turbeville spent last
Sunday in Columbia.
Mr. S. W. Barron spent a few days
of last week in Georgetown.
Miss Lena Ehrich is the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Leon Weinberg.
FOR SALE- 21,500 Red IUeart Ce
dar Shingles. W. P. Legg.
Soldier Kellet, of Camp Jackson,
visted Maning this week.
Asfalto rubber roofing in 1 and 2
and 3 ply, at close prices. W. P. Legg.
Mr. J. M. Appelt of Winston-Salem,
N. C., spent last Sunday in Manning.
Our third car mules for Japuary to
arrive this week. D. M. Bradham &
Dr. C. B. Geiger, who is stationed
at Camp Sevier, is spending a few
days in Manning.
We are reliably informed that the
people can again keep hogs in the
limts of our town.
If it's blanks of any kind you need,
come. to The Times office. We keep
An Oliver Chilled Plow makes a
bale to the acre. D. M. Bradham &
The county pension board will meet
in the court house on Monday, Feb.
4th, at eleven o'clock.
Mrs. Graham Moses, of Sumter, is
visting her mother, Mrs. Simon Ise
FOR SALE-200 bushels good corn.
Apply to J. J. Windham, Manning, S.
Among the soldiers at home on
Sunday were Lieut. H. C. Curtis,
Cornotals Alvin Rigby. Jake Iseman,
Will Burgess and Ike Peak.
Have You Seen That
You can get for
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery.
The most perfect b
The best bout of the
of three faIls to a fnt
Yes. I Like
and I would have had
plenty i.f I had only
spent $1 for a bot
Figaro Liquid Smoke
Enough to Smoke 400 Poun'ds
Don't delay, buy today
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery.
WANTED-15 to 20 Bushels good,
sound corn--shelled or in shuck. J.
Messrs. G. M. Smith and B. A.
Weinberg have returned from the
northern markets. Watch The Times
for their ad next week.
Miss Lulie Harvin of Columbia
spent last Saturday with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs.' C. R.' Harvin, In Man
FOR SALE-Good Dry Stove Wood,
$2.75 Truck Load with bundle of fat
splinters. J. D. Daniels, Alcolu.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Weinberg, Miss
Irma Weinberg nad Miss Lena Eh
rich spent Monday in Sumter.
City politics are brewing already
for the election in April, and if ru
mors are true, there will be warm
times for some of the candidates.
We are glad to announce that Mr.
Louis Levi is still improving after his
serious illness at his home in Ab
Dr. Herman Huggins spent Sunday
and Monday at Pomaria, Newberry
county, where his wife is visiting her
Mr. D. Hirschmann has returned
from the northern markets. Watch
The Times for the news he will have
for you in the wvay of bargains.
Bring the boy to town wvith you
Sales day-stop at our atables and
get that mule you are thipking of. D.
M. Bradham & Son.
Mr. Harry Lesesne has recovered
from a recent attack of grip, which
forced him to leave his post in Co
lumbia for a week or more.
For Sale-One Ford Touring Car.
In good shape. This car will be sold
extra cheap. Apply to J. F. Brock
inton, dealer in Cohabia Six and
Chevrolet cars, next Venning's Store,
Manning, S. C.
R, S. C.,
ht, Feb. 1st
uilt man in America
;easdn. ,Best .two out
ih. Match starts 8:80
for toinorrow i
J arrived a car of 130 barrels of
the very best building lime. W. P.
Our buyer wires us this is an extra
nice bunch of mare mules to arrive
Saturday. Come in and let's have
your opinion. D. M. Bradham & Son.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bradham have
moved into the house recently occu
pied by Mrs. Gaillard, while Mrs.
Gaillard is now living in the old
To sell one hundred head mules and
horses during January and satisfy our
customers represents square dealings.
Try us. D. M. Bradham & Son.
Judge Wilson is recuperating ffom
a severe attack of grip, which he con
tracted in Greenville, where he was
lfeet them here Saturday or Mon
day and get what-you need. They are
all broke and ready for work and all
mare Mules. D. M. Bradham & Son:
Mrs. E. C. Allsbrook offers for rent
her residence property. Eight rooms,
electric lights and water connection.
$25. Write or phone Mrs. E. C. Ails
brook, Spartanburg, S. C.
Coffee has advanced $2.00 per bag.
Some people think that is a good sign
for an early peace as It has been im
possible for Germany to secure the
grain, and the demand is now getting
beyond the production.
Our mules are bought right-our
margin of profits is small-our terms
are reasonable-our guarante means
something more than talk. D. M.
J3radham & Son.
County Agent P. H. Senn announ
ces that next Monday, Feb. 4th, is the
last (lay for the farmers of Clarendon
county to make application for Nit
rates to be distributed by the govern
ment. Applications must be made on
regular forms which will be furnished
by Mr. Senn.
Mr. Joe Nimmer returned home
yesterday from Gotham, where he has
been taking in the sights of the great
metropolis, and showing the boys how
to handle a big La France fire truck.
Now in stock large quantities of
oats, hay, rice bran, wheat bran syr
up feed,. peanut meal, cotton seed
hulls and feed meal. 'You can save
big money by buying quick, as the
markets are just simply jumping up
almost every day. W. P. Legg.
One of our friends from the coun
try called on us yesterday, and asked
wvhy we did not publish a daily, that
we had a much better plant than
some daily offices he had been in.
That was quite a compliment and we
appreciate the interost he takes in us,
but aig yet our town is too small to
support a daily paper, though if Uncle
Sam doesn't take us "over there," we
may tackle the proposition in the near
Lettuce. Chinese Pet
Sal, Egg Plant, Beets.
Peppers. Cairrots,. Etc.
Seed ish otatoes
Pinest Malie Cob.
biers and Red Bliss
nay be too latE
Cloth. If you
.1 us your orde
The Coffee Market Ad
vanced 2c lb. this week
are going'to sell one'of
the best whole.: bean
ROASTED COfFEE at 17 1-2c Lb.
Don't delay, buyit
B. B. Breedin's
Pure Food Grocery.
Mr. Ben Husbands, formerly clerk I
in -the Manning postoffice, has joined
the navy and is now stationed at Nor
folk.. He writes us to send The Times
to him, and his address is Co. 115, U.
S. Naval Training Station, Norfolk,
Va.-We are complying with Ben's re
quest for we see that he knows a
The town once went to the expene
of putting up iron posts on the busi
ness corners, reading "Drive *to the
right," but in a few days they were
all gone except one. People drove
over them and broke them down, pay
ing no attention to the order. Now
this is a good law, and it should be
enforced. The sign left standing is
at the intersection of Brooks and
Boyce streets, and a part of that is
gone, but in lieu of the sign we see a
dirty, smoked up lantern sitting on
the post. We do not know what this
signal means, unless it' is, "Do as you
please." We hope council will look
into this matter and force everybody
to drive to the right, as is done in
every town and city.
Quite a romantic marriate was
quietly performed in Manning Mon
dlay. M.r. Arthur V. Kemp, of Wash
ington, Pa., and Miss Ruth Naomi
Desk, of Lebanon, Pa., both connected
with a traveling troupe, were tempo
rarily stationed at Summerton, and
decided to become united in matri
mony. They came over to Manning
Monday to procure a marriage li
cense from the probate judge, and
having secured this document they
asked to be directed to a Presbyterian
minister. The Rev. L. B. McCord hap
pened to be on the street and he was
soon called in. He invited the couple
to go with him up to his church, and
there performed the ceremony that
sent the happy young couple on their
At the Pastime theatre, on Feb. 11,
there will be presented for the first
time in this city, William N. Selig's
wonderful feature film dramatization
of Robert Hitchens' love romance of
the Sahara, "The Garden of Allah."
This 'is the half million dollar produc
tion wvhich has created such sp ecula
tion in Filmland. The worldl-famous
star, Helen Ware, plays the role of
"Domini Einfilden," and she is sup
portedlby an all-star cast of players
ncluding Thomas SneiEu enie
Besserrer, Al W. 'Filson, James Brad
bury, Harrv Lonsdale Frank Clark,
Cecil Holland, Matt h. Snyder and
others. A succession of bonafide
scenes of the great Sahara desert are
shown, and the love intere t in the
story is both Intense and a'sorbing.
Critics assert that Hlen Ware has
performed the most artistic work of
her disting uished career as an actress.
Thousands of supernumeraries, cara
vans of camels, Arabs, native Bed
ouins, etc., participate in the action.
The Selig Company is known for the
worthiness of its spectacular film spe
cials. Every one will want to see the
greatest drama ever filmed by the Se
A1 Company, namely, "The Garden of
The Annual W. C. T. U. .Prayer
Service for Nabional Prohibition )ild
ait the Methodist church Wednesday
afternoon, Jan. 24, was a pleasant and
edifying meeting. The rid entan.
odt1atsimilarnmetings were ieng
held in ever state in the Union,
many, poaby at that very moment.
The 18t Psam was read and
"America' sung. Rev. L. B. McCord
offered a fervent prayer of... Thanks
giving. "Onward Christian Soldiers"
was sung, fllowed bypraye, voied
by Rev, C. Bl. Smlt, asking.. God's
bjeusin gon the Prp'sident of the Uni
'" B/ ZARANT. PMIt -'
. WE will be
ed States, our armies, and for the
xtension of Prohibition. He also
)rayed for the W. C. T. U. and the
Treat work being done by this white
ribbon .host. Rev. J. B. Holley' the
few pastor of the Baptist church, had
>een asked to make a short talk on
national Prohibition, but was. out of
own. Mr. Joseph Sprott spoke of the
Eight for prohibition' In Clarendon
rown since that day till now we have
State-wide Prhibiton, and our Gener
al Assembly had recently promptly
and overwhelmingly ratified a Fede
ral Constitutional Prohibition Amend
ment bill. Mrs. R. E. Harlee told
'The Part Women have Played in Na
ional Prohibition," in an interesting
Japer. Mrs. C. N. and Mrs. C. R.
Sprott sang as a duet "When Prohi
)ition Wins." Mrs. F. 0. Richardson
-cad a leaflet explaining the "Lillian
Stevens Campaign Fund', and how 'it
s expended, and a collection amount
ng to over $4.00 was taken for this
und. "Come Thou Fount of Exery
Blessing" was sung, and ths -benedic
;ion pronounced by Mr. Smith.
I am now connect
Store and am in i
you as in the past
In connection with ou
a Fish House. Fr<
nice Fresh Fish evi
We will sell by the sti
Call Phone 79 ar
want and we will
glad to fill
are added every week
to the bald atisfied
The Per'ect Bak ng Powder.
If oily to keep your
husband leased. use
RYZON. 'A $1.00 Cook
Book Free with your
first can for 35c.
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery.
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position to serve
and for kindness
extended me, I
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kinds, we have added
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