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A New Grocery Delive
Into Effect Next I
Owing to the scarcity an
the undersigned merchant;
patriotic and economic ree
necessity of systematizing
Commencing next Mon(
deliveries a day will be ma
Morning Delivery ho
Evening Delivery he
On Saturdays oul
will close at 11 o'cl<
ing at 9:30 o'clocli
We earnestly ask the c
tomers towards making tl
we wish to specially empi
above changes are made by
if honorably kept, must bE
making no exceptions.
B. B. B:
Cbe Manning imes. e
Published Every Wednesday
I. I. APPELT---------------Editor
F. M. SHOPE-. ....Business Manager
MANNING, S. C., APRIL 10, 1918 t
Wanted-Automobile Salesman. Ap
ply to .J. F. Brockinton, Manning.C
Dr. WV. M. Breekiton spent Monday
Mr. S. H. Tift is spending a fewt
dlays in towvn.
'rhe new aldermen wvere sworn into b
office yesterdlay afternoon. t
Dr. English Plowdeni has been eon
fined to his bed for several days.
Mr. H1. D. Plowden is still confined
to his room, but is some better. S
Mr. Allen sauls of Winston-Salem,
N. C., spent last Sunday in Maninng.
Mrs. Morris Ness, wvho has been in a
New York for treatment for the past
three months, has returned home.
We appreciate the complimentary P
remarks we have heard about last
wveek's issue of The Tlimes.
'War News, But G
How about Barry andl Clapp shoes
at $6.00) to $10.00. None better. Jo- ti
seph M. Chandler, Sumter.-Advt.
- -fISII~~lum Ini!UIIIuni Unif ninsa..;.u
c Ce .O
ry Schedule Will Go
Monday, April 15.
d high cost of labor, we,
of Manning, both from
sons are faced with the
and reducing our deliv
lay, the 15th, only two
de, except on Saturday.
ur closes 11 o'clock
ur closes 6
)ck for the Morn
at Night, with
ite deliveries in
o-operation of our cus
tis matter a success and
iasize the fact that the
joint agreement which,
rigidly maintained, by
Capt. E. W. Barron, who spent sev
ral days in Manning last week, has
)turned to Camp Jackson.
Sergts. John G. and Clarence Din
ins of Camp Sevier, were here on
irlot.gh last week.
Did you ever laugh? If not, come
the Pastime Theatre Field Day and
mile, Smile, Smile.
Miss Irma Weinberg has been elect
:1 to fill a vacancy in the graded
Old and young, pretty andl ugly, man.
r wvoman will enjoy themselves at
ie Pastime Theatre Field Day.
Sergts. .Jake Iseman and Alvin Rig
y of Camp Jackson, spent Sunday at
Mr. and Mrs. J1. TV. Stukes spent the
'eek-end in Summerville wvith Mr. and
[rs. .John Burgess .I
See the famous child actor in "Little
unset" at the Pastime Theatre on
M~'r. andl Mrs. J1. WV. Wideman left
>r Charleston this morning to spend
See "Little Sunset," the greatest
ase Ball Story of the (lay, at the
astime Tfheatre Fieldl Day.
Married in Sumter last Friday, Mr.
.F. Hill of Manning to Miss .Jessie
alloway of Tlinsdlale, S. C.
D~on't fauil to see Fatty Arbuckle at
le Pastime Theatre Field Day in
Patty at Coney Island."
Look for this
ashine Biscuit Rack
It Means Quality
We have a big variety,
priced from 25c. to 75c.
We especially call your
ttention to our 50c. 11).
rder some today.
1. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Fonod Groery.
Make our store headq
have plenty of good drink
store. You are -welcome.
Fruits Candies, Cigars,
B. B. BR
Next Door tc
Sergt. Harry Thames returned to
Jamp Sevier on Tuesday, after a vis
t to his home.
Mr. Allen Sauls motored down from
Winston-Salem and spent the we'ek
For Sale-White Leghorn Eggs.
1.50 per setting.
Manning, S. C.
Mr. S. M. Patrick, who has been
eriously ill with pneumonia is recov
ring slowly. He is at present able
o sit up, though very weak.
The friends of I-Ion. J. H. Lesesne
vill be sorry to learn that he ha: suf
ered a relapse and is confined t<, bed
Now In-Carload of Brick. Anyone
vishing good brick should see these
efore they buy elsewhere.
T. W. F'LEMMING,
New Zion, S. C.
Mrs. Kate Harvin and Miss Minnie
IcFaddin returned home last evening
rom Mayesville, where they had been
attending the missionary convention.
Anyone wishing a demonstration of
he Strongboy Cultivator, wire or
vrite or call The Thomas Live Stock
Look "vho's coming! "Fatty Ar
iuckle" the funniest man in the
vorld, at the Pastime Theatre Field
For Sale-1914 Model Ford Touring
gar. Good condition. Cheap. J. F.
3rockinton, the Chevrolet Man ,Man
ing, S. C.
A very appropriate program has
een arranged by the manager of the
astime Theatre for Field Day, and
ve are sure that all who attend will
e well repaid.
Rev. and Mrs. E. M. Lightfoot are
visiting in town. Mr. Lightfoot, who
s very pleasantly remembered here
iy people of all denonltinations, now
gas charge of a church near Camp
Just Arrived--A car of choice Tim
othy Hay. I have the right price on
his Hay and will appreciate your or
T. W. FLEMMING,
New Zion, S. C.
Mrs. Mamie Dickson has b-en elect
d as permanent secretary of the lo
al Red Cross chapter. Mrs. Dickson
vill be at headquarters every (lay at
.he regular hours.
Nitrate of Soda, High-grade Top
)ressers and Mixed Fertilizers.
'rices right. Immediate shipment.
R. C. BAGGETT,
Manning, S. C.
Died last Thursday at his home in
he Fork of Black River, Mr. J. Grier
Nhite. The (deceased wvas one of Clar
ndon's oldest citizens, and a con
edlerate veteran. Trhe funeral was
ocld on Saturday.
Alex Williams, a desperate charac
er and1 escaped convict from the
l1arendlon chaingang, wvas killed in
lorence county last week by a guard
n the gang over there, where Alex
ad been p~ut several wveeks ago.
I still have some brick that is not
et sold in a car wvhich is expected
o arrive soon, those needing brick
an get these by placing their orders
vith me quickly.
W. P. LEGG.
A number of school boys and Boy
>eouts are making a house to house
anvass in the interests of Thrift
stamp~s andl War Savings Certifi
ates. TIhese, boys are do0mg a patri
tic sericen thus giving of their
ime and e'nergy, andl we hope that
hey will receive substantial encour
igement in the shape of large sales.
Now in stock, and for sale at close
)ri('es,.corn, oats, syrup feed, peanut
'eed, rice bran, wvheat bran and cot
on seedl hulls. H aying bought large
guantities of these feeds ahe~ad of the
d~vances in price enaoles me to sell
omei big bargains.
W. P. LEGG.
The lat st reports from Mr. D). M.
~rat.ham1, wvho is at Johns llopkin
i.spital, are .that he is rapiiy recov
rimg from his very serious operation.
Ipjsi now aking nourishment, and his
pptt sgetting better cvery (lay.
vlr. Bradlham's recovery is marvelous,
nd his friends hope to see him again
n Manning very soon, and~ that he
nay be with us for many years to
The Latest News
Another big shipment of Stetson
ats arrivedl todlay. Come andl make
our selection. .Joseph M. Chandler,
yes Examined Glasses Fitted
MANNING, SL C.
i and Parents
carters Field Day. We
ing water and a big cool
Soda Water and the best
A large crowd of people is expect<
here Friday to attend the annual Fie
Day exercises. The Porter Milita
Band will be on hand to enliven tl
occasion. The Hon. Thos. G. McLe
of Bishopville will deliver the addre:
There will be plenty of amuseme
to satisfy the people.
The municipal election which w
held last Monday passed off pleasar
ly., and with good feeling. There w
considerable interest shown, each si
working for their favorite. Mr. T.
Coffey defeated Mr. A. C. Bradha
for Mayor, and the following we
elected to serve as aldermen: Dr. G.
Dickson, J. H. Rigby, H. C. McKelve
S. J. Smith, C. M. White, B. A. Joh
son. Mr. C. R. Sprott was elected Pu
lic Works Commissioner without o
position. The official vote is publis
The County Committee on War Sa
ings Stamps is being rapidly orga
ized in this County. Mr. C. P. Gab
who is Vice Chairman, will ha
charge of the Four Minute B,
Speakers. Mr. Gable is planning
meet all of the teachers on Field Di
and will at that time map out his pl
of campaign. One of the features
Field Day will be speeches made 1
three or four boy orators from Ham
ton County. Those boys have been i
vited to deliver their Four Minu
Speeches here, and no doubt they w
ar'ousc a great deal of enthusiasm.
Mr. H. J. Bomar has been appoint
Publicity Secretary and will endeav
to push the sale of the stamps
keeping them constantly in the pub
R. A. White. chairman for the c<
ored( people, is already actively
work in organizorg his race.
The Civic League held its regul
monthly meeting at the Court Hou
Tuesday afternoon, April 9, instead
Monday, April 14, as there was ii
portant business to be attended 1
Quite an interesting meeting w
held. Good reports were made by 7
committees. The chairman of Heal
and Charity Committee reported sor
good work being (lone in that c
We are going to sell ice cream
the school grounds Friday, Field Dv
and decided to sell the cones at t
old price, 5 cents, ror the childre,
benefit, the proceeds of this sale g
ing for the purchase of more thin
for the playground, which the childr
enjoy so much.
A letter was read before the Leag
from the secretary of Clarend
County Red Cross in which she e
pressed her thanks and appreciati
for the check given them by the Ci
ic League, the amount collected fre
the Chain Teas. We are always gl
to help in these things as we feel th
this is a part of our work.
A letter was also read from the N
tional secretary of Women's Feder
tion, asking that each member co
tribute one dollar and get as mu
more as she possibly can for the pu
pose of establishing Furlough Hom
"Over There" for our boys that th
may get a touch of home life wh
they are off on furioughs, wvhich r
quest was resp~ondled to generally
those present. The National Feder
tion is putting forth an effort
raise $250,000 this month for th
p~urp~ose and we hope to send in
goodly amount wvithin the next f<
Mrs. .T. D. Gerald wvas elected del
gate wvith Mrs. Rt. E. Broadwvay as
ternate to the State Federation wvhi
meets in Aiken Aprlr 24 to 26.
I hereby announce myself a cant
date for the office of Auditor of Clai
endlon county. Subject to the rules
the Democratic Primary.
HUGH A. PLO WDEN.
For Judge of Probate
I hereby announce myself as a ca
dlidate for Probate Judge of Clarendl
county, and will abide by the (decisi
of the Democratic primary.
J. LAWSON McLEOD.
I hereby announce myself a cam
(late for the office of Judge of Pr
bate for Clarendoni county, pledgii
to abide the results of the primai
CLARENCE IH. MATHIIS.
I hiereby anonunce myself a can<
(late for the office of .Judge of Pr
bate for Clarendlon County, subject
the rules of the D~emocratic Primal
J. W. WIDEMAN.
For Clerk of Court
Promising to abide by the rules
the Democratic Primary, I hereby a
nounce myself a candlidate for the c
fice of Clerk of Court of Clarendi
JOS. S. DICKSON.
I hereby anounce myself a canm
(late for the office of Clerk of Cou
of Clarendlon County, nub~lect to ti
rules of the D~emocratic Primary.
ARCHIIE I. BARRON.
Pledging myself to abide the resul
of the Democratic primary, I off
myself for re-election to the office
Clerk of Court for Clarendon Count
J. B. CANTEY.
Id Y o
a Best Fitting Clo
of Cultivate your crops this year wit!
n- a Strongboy Cultivator. We onl:
;o. have six in stock and it is imposssibl
as to gt any more. See us now. -
dl THE THOMAS LIVE STOCK CO.
e- Ready for the Boys
n Nobby line of dress and school suits
* Prices $3.50, $5.00, $10.00. All woo
h blue serges, $6.50. Joseph M. Chand
s ler, Sumter, Advt.
Official Vote of Election
',turn of Manager of Election
,, awn of Manning, S. C., April 8th
mn Votes cast for Mayor 221
v- T. A. Coffey Received ---.-------121
m A. C. Bradham received ----_----10.
id Vote for Aldermen as follows:
at H. C. McKelvey -------- ------201
G. L. Dickson ----------- -----13:
a- J. H. Rigby ------------------13:
a- S. J. Smith ------------------. . 19
n- C. M. White -----------------12.
:h B. A. Johnson ----------------101
r- E. S. Bivin --... ..._- ......-9
es Leon Weinberg-----------.......10
yy Morris Ness--......_ ----...._....-.9
le Thomas Nimmer-...__.....------..- 9
e- B. B. Breedin--..........---3
yy Public Works Cornmissioner
a- Votes cast--...... ------....-....19.
to C. R. Sprott received---_-..-19.
at - W - - -
On May 17th I will apply to th<
~ Clarendon Building & Loan Compan:
hfor duplicate certificates of stock ii
lieu of certificate No. 54 for f iv<
shares of stock.
R. A. WHITE.
4-10-6O -W -SS
Town Council of Manning will mee
on Monday, April 15th at 8 o'clock4
Ii- p. in., for the purpose of electing thi
r- following officers of the town: Police
of men, Attorney, Clerk, Chief Fire De
partment, Truck Driver. All person:
wishing to make application for an'
of the above positions must hand saml
to clerk by noon Monday, 15th.
By order of Council.
n- . T. M. WELLS,
-- My land near Brewington Churcl
li- is posted. No trespassing of any kini
0- wvill be allowed-no hu~nting or fish
y. S. W. Evans.
li- SEND) TH~E SOLD)IERS
The State Council of Defense i
being pressed to call attention to al
the people of the need for rcading
matter for the soldiers in camp and a
the front. It costs so little to som~
DI magazines--just a one-cent stamp fo:
0- each. No wrapping, no addressing i
fnecessary. The thing is to remembei
* to (10 It yourself and to remind youa
friends as well. And send1 the maga
zines while they are still fresh ant
-"If you want to do something tha1
rt will help a lot, tell everyone you knov
to and everyone you dlon't know to put
stamp on their magazines an pui
them in the mail box. If you could se4
-- howv those men stand around the mai
ts room waiting for the magazines yor
er would realise how many dollars wortl
of of pleasure a stamp can give. Some,
r. times they read even advertisem~enti
when there is nothng- els.." n
the Better Clam
theI in anning,
NG, S. C.
The First National Bank of Man
ning requests all owners of stock K$
The People's Bank of Manning, which,
it succeeds, to bring In their stock at
once and exchange it for stock in the
1 National Bank.
R. C. BAGGETT,
W. C. DAVIS,
The Liberty Loan
Columbia, S. C., April 9, 1918-Tho
Liberty Loan Committee for this
>aing a decided effort to h
every city and town in the Stat
reach its quota in the third Liberty
Loan. Already it has peen official
announced that two towns on Satur
d day, the 6th of April, the day for the''
launching of the campaign, pas-ed
their quotas and will ne awarded honor
flags by the Secretary of the Trea~'
Both the State Council of Defense
and the Central Liberty Loan Comn
Imittee, of which Mr. E. W. Robertson~
of Columbia is chairman, want eaci'
city or town as soon as it has reach~~
its quota to advise them of this fac
so that the Secretary of the Trea siy
may be informed and a nofficialff
nouncement from Washington made.
Died yesterday at her home near
Summerton, Mrs. MWary Lesesne, wife
of Mr. Geo. T. Lesesne. The funer 1
and burial weer held at Panola thi
Miss Mabel Todd spent the week
entinm Columbia with Miss Eleanor
"Gordon Griffith, the great movie
actor in "Little Sunset" at the Pastime
Theatre F ield D~ay./
delivered post paid up
recelgyt of price.
Send all orders to
D. 0. RHAME,
SUMMERTON. S, C.