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Cbe Jinanning Mimes.
Published Every Wednesday
I. I. APPELT-------------Editor
F. M. SHOPE... .. -Business Manager
MANNING, S. C., MAY 8, 1918
New System Boarding House. Ap
ply to Mrs. Harry Steinhardt.
City inspection will begin next
Thursday. Be ready.
Mr. R. O. Purdy of Sumter spent
Monday in town.
We receive the best fish daily by
express. West End Grocery.
Mr. Joseph Davis spent yesterday
Wake up, Council, and put the loaf
ers to work.
If it's fish you want, see the West
Mr. Jud White was a Sumter vis
itor on Monday.
Mrs. Susong, of Tennessee. is the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. L. H.
Hon. Charlton DuRant has pur
chased a Chalmers Six from the local
dealers-The Harvin Motor Co.
If you are really heart and soul
with the soldiers, buy War Savings
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Cothran and
little Ruth are in Charleston attending
the Shrine convention.
Mrs. A. C. Bradham and Mrs. Jake
Iseman visted Sumter yesterday af
Just received--A car of Chevrolet
Automobiles. Come in and get yours
now. J. F. Brockinton.
Mrs. Levy, of Bishopville, spent
Sunday night with her daughter, Mrs.
Mr. F. C. Thomas spent last Sun
day with his son, Joe, who is at
Choice salt water fish can be had
at the West End Grocery.
Mr. C. A. McFaddin was called to
Winston-Salem, N. C., Sunday on
.Mrs. McKelvey, of Greenville, is
visiting the family of her son, Mr. H1.
C. McKelvey in Manning.
Table Board and lodlging can be had
at the New System Boarding House.
Mrs. Harry Steinhardlt, proprietor.
.Mr. A. Abrams returned from Bal
timore last week, where he picked up)
a bunch of bargains for his customers.
Rev. F. Hi. Shuler of Columbia, and
a former pastor of the Manning
Methodist church, was a welcome vis
itor here Monday.
Help oust autocracy. Buy War Sav
THE BIG FOX PICTURE
Monday, May 13th.
Mutt and Jeff Comedy
A Big Night.
,000 people an
> sure and atter
t I and 4 O'clo
Chase & Sanborn's
"The World's Best"
Teas and Coffees
are for sale exclusively in
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery T
Married yesterday in Greenville,
Mr. Frank B. Moffett, formerly of
Manning and Miss Margaret Scott of
This morning Mrs. T. H. Timmons t
was called to the bedside of her
daughter, Miss Lucille, who is ill in
a hospital in Columbia. C
Lieut. H. C. Curtis, sergts. Iseman, i
Peak and Rigby and Ptes. Weinberg i
and Ehrich wer vistors from Camp 3
For Sale-Ford Roadster in Al c
conditio.i. This car will be sold cheap. I
Apply to J. F. Brockinton, The Chev- e
rolet man. r e
Judge John S. Wilson received a
card from his son, Lieutenant Ingram
Wilson last week, stating he had
landed safely in Franice.
The local Household of Ruth Lodge,
of which R. A. White is at the head,
bought $1,000 worth of Liberty Bonds
We have several 6, 7, and 8 foot Mo
line Binders for sale. Call and see
THOMAS LIVE STOCK CO.,
Manning, S. C.
Ruth Chapter No. 40, R. A. M.,
meets Monday night at 8:00 o'clock,
and will confer the M. M. Degree.
M,embers will please be on time.
By dint of dilligent effort on the
part of the workers, Clarendon "went f
over the top" in the Third Liberty i
loan campaign, exceeding its quota of
$160,000 by several' hundred dollars. t
Yesterday, the 7th of May. Just
three years ago, and, about 4 o'clock in ~
the afternoon, this town wvas torn up
by the cyclone. Manning will never
forget the memorable May 7, 1915.
We have several 0, 7 and 8 foot Mo
line Binders for sale. Call and see
THOMAS LIVE STOCK CO.,
Manning, S. C. C
Mr. E. B. Brown was elected city
clerk Monday night by council. Mr.
T. M. Wells, who has been clerk for
a number of years, did not offer for
re-election on account of other busi
Messrs. Marion Williams, Chub C
Plowden and Joe Dickson arrivedl
home from Cincinnati Monday with
their Fords, but Austidi Smith and
"Skit".Wideman got stranded some..
where in America."
Mrs. .James Matthews andI little son, 3
James ,Matthews, Jr., of New York i
are visiting Mrs. Matthews' parents,
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Bradham.
Master Warren Horton entertained
a number of his young friends yester
(lay afternoon at a most delightful
p rty, Iathe occasion being his sixth
Cultivate your crops this year with
a Strongboy Cultivator. We only E
have six in stock andl it is impossible r
to get any more. See us now. C
THE THOMAS LIVE STOCK CO., j
Manning, S. C. t
Kill the Pesky Fly
The handy, dandy fly killer,
in the Bellows Box(
B. B. BREEDIN'S t
Pure Food Grocery
Eyes Ex~mined Glasses Fitted
J. E, ARANT, PH, G.
~ANNING, 8. C,
the battle a
d thousands o
d this great p
The Young Ladies' Class of the
'resbyterian church meets every Sun.
ay morning at 10:30. We extend to
ou a most hearty invitation to join
s-either as a member or visitor.
Mother's Day will ve observed with
ppropriate services next Sunday A.
L at the Presbyterian church. All
iothers are especially invited to be
resent, and a cordial invitation is
xtended to all.
Mr. D. M. Bradham, who has been
1 at John Hopkins' for some time, re
urned yesterday. Mr. Bradham has
een very ill, and his many friends
till be glad to know tnat he is able
be at home again.
Misses Ferrell, Wright and Moore
f Greeleyville and Miss Sturgeon of
umter were the guests of Mrs. Mar
mn Williams for the week-end. Mrs.
Villiams entertained in honor of the
'oung ladies on Fi'day night.
WANTED AT ONCE-To place or
ers for large quantities of Short
'eaf lumber for Government use. Not
mbargoed. Will contract with sev
ral mills. Attractive orders and best
rices. Wire, wrote or phone us.
LEROY S. DAVIDSON & CO.,
Camden, S. C.
Our friend "Billie" Davis from Pa
ola presented us with a peck of
ome-grown rice last week which is
ppreciated. We have another friend
who has promised some home-cured
ide meat to go with the rice. So af
er all, an editor can have a square
Again we ask council to tell us
vhat the ornaments that are sup
nosed to be drinking fountains
:ood for. They are not working, and
iaven't worked in about a year. So
f they are not to be used, we move to
ull them up and sell them for junk.
Ve must have public drinking places.
We call special attention of city
ouncil to the boys and men that hang
round town and do practically noth
ng, while others who have the right
pit are working and doing every
hing they can to help our govern
nent. There are great big, strong
ellows that sit around and refuse to
lo anything but drive an automobile,
nd then charge a "horse" price for
hat. Uncle Sam will draft those be
ween the ages of 21 and 31 for his
rmy, and city council should draft
he ones that U ncle S am fails to get,
o the streets. We should all work
ow, and if you haven't got the volun
ary energy, then we hope the off i
mals will conscript you.
'ROGRAM OF WOMAN'S
M. E. Church, South
Bible lessqon: The Challenge at a
'ime of Great Wickedness and Dis
ouragement. Kings 11:1-14. Mrs. T.
Reports of officers.
Reports of committees.
"A Sketch of the Life and Work of
Irs. J. P. Camp~bell." Mrs. C. S. Rig
Solo, Mrs. C. N. Sprott.
Report of District Meeting, by Mrs.
WV. C. T. U.
An unusually interesting meeting of
he W. C. T. U. was held Monday af
ernoon at the. home of Mrs. Joseph
prott. An impressive leaflet was
ead, and there was helpful discussion
n the subject of the importance of
arents gaining the confidence of
heir children, and of safe guarding
hem from a moral standpoint. Pa
ents should -know where and with)
ihom their boys an-] girls are every
our of the day and night, and be
ery sure that they r:re sate.
Mrs. 1M100my rep-.rtedl $3b.00 C(n.
ributed fo'r the aupport of a French
rphan 'itis is one of the beautiful
forks being (lone by the Na.kn.l W.
. T. U. nnar the l' hwer Misslon and
Celief Work Department. Hundreds of
dese certitute little ones of France
)ld Fashioned Black Molas-.
Makes good ginger cakes.
7e have it.).
B. B, BREDnN'S
Jure Food Grocerf
Show of the
t the Tower o:
f horses take
icture and tal
and 50 Cents
Use Buckwheat and Pan
cake flour and save the
wheat. We offer
Aunt Jemima's Buckwheat
and Pancake Flour
17 1-2c and 50c pkg. --
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery
re being taken care of by American
White Ribboners. The State W. C. T.
U; i- co-operating with the Y. W. C.
A. in the Hostess Home at Camp
Camp Jackson. The -Manning Union
has sent one contribution and hopes
to do more for the Hostess House.
It was decided to have a Rummage
sale Saturday, May 18, to raise some
money for the various war works the
W. C. T. U. has undertaken. Our
next big effort wil leb comfort kits
for Camp Jackson, and part of the
money from the rummage sale will
be used for filling the kits. Every
housekeeper is asked to make up a
bundle of clothing for the sale, and
some one will call for it, on the 16th
The next meeting of the W. C. T. U.
will be held first Monday in June at
the home of Mrs. McElveen.
ForSale: My pair of Horses. Ages
about 10 years. Weight about 1,400
H. C. McKELVEY,
Manning, S. C.
Thursday Afternoon, May 9, at 6
O'clock-Admission 25c and 20c
1. Grand Pageant
Queen America and her Maids.
U. S. Sailors
II Salute Queen.
HII Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean.
IV - Indian War Dance-American
V Baden-Baden Polka-French
VI Fan Flirtation-capanese Chil
VII Rustic Dance --English Milk
XIII Sailors -Hornpipe-U. S. Sail
XI. Highlandl Scottische-- Scotch
X Ribbon Dance-U. S. Sailors.
XI Mnajgle--Queen's Maids.
XII Fijmie-March and Star Span
Mr. David Silverman, Mr. Jake
3oldotein and Mr. Morris Kamisky of
Kmigstree. ,motoredl over Sunday and
spent the day with the families of
Mvr. S. Katzoffland Mr. A. Abrams.
Mrs. J. Goldstein has returned to
ier home in Wilmington, N. C., afterI
spending some time with her daugh
;era, Mrs. Samuel Katzoff and Mrs.
, SPRUCE UP Y
Just a little "Know
all about it, plus a few
Paints and Varnish and
new. A friend of ours
three dollars in Lucas]
himself and sold the car
was able to get before
good recommendation a'
same stunt. Come and a
C. R. B
*The Real P
f Babylon, the
part in this
ce the childre
O'BRYAN DAVIS WEDDING
A eccial event of great interest, on
account of the personal popularity of
the young people, and the prominence
of their families, was the weddin- of
Mr. William O'Bryan and Miss Flor
ence Davis, which took place in the
auditorium of the: Manning School on
Tuesday night at 8:30. The Auditori
um was beautifully decorated in a
color scheme of white and green, great
masses of white flowers being banked
against the green, and making a fit
ting background for the fresh young
beauty of the bride and her attend
ants, and the manly young groom and
other memberi of the bridal party.
Long before the hour set for the
ceremony, the guests began to arrive
and were ushered to their places by
Mr. John Edwards Arant and Mr.
Ashley Rigby. Just before the ap
pointed hour a musical program was
rendered. Mr. Alston Gerald, grand
father of the bride, sang in his love
ly tenor, "When You and I Were
Young, Maggie." "0 Promise Me'
was soulfully rendered by Miss Zel
oise Harllee. Miss Elizabeth Harllee
'hen sng in a fetching manner, "I
Love You Truly." Miss Pearl Hirsch
man, grandmother of ..he bride, sang
"I Can Not Siing the Old Songs," af
ter which Mr. Glenn Dickson touch
ingly rendered ' "Silver Threads
Among the Gold.". A duet by Mr.
Charlie Rigby and Miss Lula Sue
Rigby, "I Love to Live in Lovelafid,'
was well sung. "When I Dream of
You," beautifully suxng by Miss Eliza
beth Orvin completed the musical pro
gram. The maiden aunts of the bride
Then Mendelsohn's Wedding
March anonunced the coming of the
bridal party, which consisted of four
lovely bridesmaids, Misses Saluda
Dunbar, Harriet Plowden, Elizabeth
Harllee, Doris Coffey, dressed in mod
modish and becoming gowns and car
rying boquets of pink roses. The
groomsmen who came down alternate
aisles, were as follows: Messrs. Henry
F. Legg, John Dunbar, Herman Brad
ham and Scott Rigby. Then came
thp little flower girls, dressed in white
with colored sashes, and scattering
sweet peas in the patri of the bride
These .were little El iza Appelt and
Virginia Broadway. The dainty little
ring bearer, Sara Coffey, followed
The groom and his best man Mr.
Warren Horton, came In and were
met at the altar by the bride and her
maid of honor, Miss Marie Nimmer.
The bride never looked lovelier thar1
in her gown of bridlar white satin
made en train, and trimmed inpoint
lace. Her veil was draped cap fashign,
and was caught with orange blossoms,
She carried a shower boquet of orchide
and valley lilies. At the altar the
couple was met by the officiating min
ister, who in an impressive manner,
performed the ceremony. After the
blushing young bride had been kissed
by the, equally blushing bridegroom, a
reception was held. Notable among
the guests were Misses Lillian Ervin
Helene Katzoff, and Virginia Orvin
maidlen aunts of the bride; Mrs. Viv
ian Katzoff, wife of the Ministei
Tie-'em-up. The parents of the bride
Mr. Clarence Breedin and Mrs. Mary
Edith Plowden, and Miss Ollia Horton
grandmother of the groom, were also
p resent,,as well as moss of the social
ly prominent of the town. Delightful
OUR OLD CAR
-how"' and We'll tell you
dollars worth of Lucas
.your car will look like
invested something like
Paints, put it on hIs car
for $75.00 more than he
using the paint. Pretty
n't it? You can do the
ee our paint man.
ig Grocery Co.,
3 cavalry of
a with you.
Just Received-A car of' fine
Timothy Hay. I have the right
price on this hay and can save you
real money. See me first.
T. W. FLEMMING,
New Zion, S. C.
refreshments, consisting of cream and
cake were serevd by Misses Francis
Brown, Louise Brown, Myrtle Higgin
botham, and Lula Rigby, Young and
A more beautiful wedding has never
occurred in Manning, and- if one may
be allowed to make such mercenary
remarks, the occasion netted the Civ
ic League a nice sum, and reflected
great credit on the promoters.
. MENACE TO AUSTRIA
Zurich, (via London) May 5.-The
Muenchner Nueste Nachrichten learns.
that the real reason for the eprly ad
.ournment of the Austrian reicharath
.s due to the Austrian government's.
intention to deal vigorouss with they
CLEMENCEAU DESIRES TO TELL
Paris, May 5.-Premier Clemenceau
has expressed the desire to tell the.
army committee of the chamber of
deputies the results of the Abbeville
conference, with particular reference
to the utilization of American assist
Surely there is no one in this com
munity so lacking in patriotism or
money that he cannot invest at least
25c in one Thrift Stamp.
Show Bill Keiser that he sizes us"
up wrong-buy War Savings Stamps.
If John Doe will put his dough in.
W. S. S., he will help the doughboys
Blue Label Genuine
Sap Maple Syrup
Shipment Just Received
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery
. For Auditor
daI foreby announce myself a candi-'
datefortheoffice of Auditor of Clarp
endon county. Subject to the rules o
the Democratic Primary.
HUGH A. PLO WDEN.
I hereby announed1 myself a cand
date for re-election to the office of.
Auditor of Clarendon county, pledg
ing to abide the result ofatheprimar
For Judge of Probate
I hereby announce myself as a e
didate for Probate Judge of ClarendR
county, and will abide by the decisfion
of the Democratic pri mary.
J. LAWSON LEOD.
I hereby announce myself a can~*.
(date for the office of Judge ofP
bate for Clarendon county, pledgn
to abide the results of the prm
CLARENCE HI. MATHIS
I hereby anonunco myself a candi
date for the office of Judge of Po
bate for Clarendon County, suabject tE
the rules of the Democratepriigay.1
J. W. WIDAN.
For Clerk of Court
I am a candidate for Clerk of C
subject to the rules of DemodaI
ED. B. BROW~#
Promising to abide by Jtherio
the Democratic Primatry,xIheNW
nounce mself a candidate for p
flce of Clferk of Court of Caia i
JOS. S. DICK O~~
date for theaofcu fCeko.~
of Clarendon Coynty, & t4
rules of the Denmo