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This is one of
"Big Bill" has
series of thrills
and the scenes
Ebe Manning Eimes
Published Every Wednesday
I. I. APPELT-..- .......Edi
F. M. SIOPE-.. - Business Manag<
MANNING, S. C., JUNE 19, 1918
Mrs. C. B. Geiger and . Irnr
Weinberg are in Grenville.
Lieut. H. C. Curtis of Ca.up Sevi,
was at home on leave this weel:.
Lester Weinberg came '.ome fro
Camp Jackson for the wek end.
A War-Savings Stamp a month wi
give the Kaiser a bump.
Mr. Morris Ness spent last Sundt
Fern & 'rernmore Wzais:t : r
at Iseman-Weinbere Co.
The woman who can can and w
can is helping to win he war.
Wm. S. Hart in "The Cold Decl
at the Pastime, Friday the 21st.
Mrs. S. J. Clark is visiting her so
Mr. Fritz Clark in Charleston.
No 89c waist exchanged or sent o
on approval. Iseman- Weinberg Co.
Mr. and Mrs. B. B.' Breedin are tl
guests of the latter's parents in Blac
For Sale-A big qu-ntity of Co
and Peas. Apply to R. E. Dav
Manning, S. C.
Miss Madeline Shope left this mor
ing for a visit with friends in Gree
Union prayer meeting at the Pre
byterian church Thursday at 6:30
M. A cordial invitation is extended
Never agin will you buy 81I.00i at
$2.00 shirt waists for- :-.*Al. no
st3Aes. Isoman WVeinoergr Co.
Miss Lulie Hir.rvin has returne
home from her school in Columbia f<
Mrs. Fritz Young oif Charl'nston
visiting the family of Mr. T. M. Youn
Ever-:' :. irath* county ahou
w -a~r 'a r 'w sh irt war't Get vom
Mr. Julius Davis has purchased
Chalmers Six from the local agents
The Hlarvin Motor Co.
Sergt. Jake Iserman spent the weel
end at home nnd was accompanir-d I
t wo friends from Camp Jackson.
.VJenkins of Conway, who he
beena the guest of Miss Lucie Jon.
son, left for her home last nighr
Miss Sue M. Sprott, who is a att
dent at Randolph- Macon i at hon
for the summer.
Big Shir Wa ist SiL- no) .v u:
lsema-Weinberg Co. $1 Q00 and 32.
waists at tJ cenits.
Don,'t fail to attend the Home IDen
onstration meeting at the Court Hou
Friday at 10:30 A. M.
urday from Wellesley,, 'N spa~v I)
summer vacation at h~ome.
.Wanted--C'oks and House Girls f
city and out tf town positions. Regi
ter at Charleston Employment Bi
reau, 69 Society St., Phone 1321.
Those who placed orders withi
for Tobacco Fl Iues can now get sam
They came in Monday. Come quit
before they are all gone.
THlE THOMAS IlVIO STOCK CO.,
Por Indigeption, Constipation 4
Just try one 50-cent bottle of LAX-FC
WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digesti,
Laxative pleasant to take. Mad~o am
recommiended to the public by Paris Med
eine C9., manufacturers of Laxativo Dlron
QOninna- and Grove's Tastelnss chill Tnn
ET, JUNE 21,
the best pictures
ever made. It is a
from start to finish
are all laid in the
- 15 and 25 cents.
. Starting Thursday, June 27th, the
f Pastime Theatre will run the great e2
- of all serials, "ine Eagle's Eye".
Th a first cotton bloom of the season
was brought to us lat Saturday by
Charlie Conyers, colo:c.l, who !ives
er on Mr.'A. S. Rawlinson's platce.
M.r. T. H. Timmons spent part ' if
last night in Augusta, with his daugh
ter, Adele, who is in training at the
Our stock of Tobacco Flues has ar
rived. Those who placed orders with
-r us can now get their Flues.
TH E THOMAS LIVE STOCK CO..
l AManning, S. C.
Misses Lea and Linie Ehric, of Co
lumbia and Mr. Arthur Ehrich of
11 Camp Jackson, spent the week end
with their rister, Mrs. Icon Wcin
The class in surgical dressings
opened on Monday in tne rooms over
e the Bank of Manning. This work is
in charge of Miss Rutledge of Colum
That favorite screen actor, W m. S.
Hart will be at the Pastime Friday,
' the 21st. Don't fail to see him.
Mrs. Sue McLeod has returned from
nMinnesota, where she has been visit
ing her son who is in a training cam;.
Mrs. McLeod was delightedi with h" r
Lit trip, and with Minnesota especially.
Mrs. Fannie Sauls and Miss Minnie
Ie Sauls ariverd in Manning last week,
k" to make their home here. Miss Fan
nie Sauls met them here and Miss
Georgia Sauls will join them later.
n We are glad to welcome them back to
Should you fail to see Wm. S. IIart
- in "The Cold Deck" you will miss the
- best of the season, for it's one of tno
greatest of all Hart productions.
S- We have been requested to state
P. that Mr. H. B. Richardson of Pine
to wood was the contributor to the Red
jCross fund. We make this announce
ment, as there are others of tne same
lname, but different postoffices.
L UMBER WANTED-We wish to
place ordeirs for large quantitie.s of
dLong and Short Leaf ,umber for Gov'
)r ern ment use-not embargoed. Will
contract with several mills. A ttrtac
tive ordiers and best prices. WXire,
is write or phone us.
LEROY S. D)AVIDSON & CC.
(Camden. 5. (C.
s The uisua! afternoon~ service of "All I
Saints" Episcopal Mission will be held
on Sunday next, .June 23rd, in the new
a hurch at the regular hour, t; P. M.
The Rt. Rev. Wmn. A. Guerry, Bishop
of the Diocese, will be with us on this
occ asion. The publie ~ is cordially in
vite d to worship with us.
YMr. .Junius M. Strange diiedl at his
home near Wilson Monday night in
the 619th year of his age, lHe leaves a
Iwidlow and two sons, and also four
d-raughters andl one son iby former mar
riage. lHe was buried Tuesdayv ftr
norn at Oak G rove.-ft
IPastime Theatre will run the great
est of all serials, "The Eagle's Eye."
tThe story is written by WV. J1. Flynn,
0 Chief of the U~nited States Detective
Bureau, and also dlirecte'.l by him. It
shows the trading of the greates',
criminals, also the running (Iown of
e emnspies at work in the United
States. If you are interested in your
governmnat and what they are dony
- be sure you start from the first and
esee .all the rest, for it's a great pr.
rVaer.tom Cass-Spe~cial coaching in
. Manning during the summer by Mrs.
.. E. C. Alsbrook for college entrance
or to make up grade dleficiencies in
*English, Latin, F'rench, mathematics
a and science. Handwriting, spelling and
e. business arithmetic carefully taught.
*k For informat~ion write Mrs. E. C.
Alabrook, Spartanburg, S. C.
rHas .just closeod one of t'ie most suc
cessful years in Its history. The 37th
Sannual session will begmn Sept. 25th.
re Wiefrnew illustrated catalogue,
Oalso and QUICKLY for p'articul ars
concerning our special offer to a few
-girls who can not pay our catalogue
o0 rrate. Address J. M. Rhodes, Littleton,
c. N. C.
- 2: - O
The Big Store on the
T hhe Home Demonstration Club of
Marnning will hold a public meeting
on Friday. June 21st, at the Court
House beginning at 10:30 A. M. There
will be state and county agents to
give beneficial demonstrations on
canning. brining, pickling and drying.
Also a Jecture and demonstration on
nutrition, especially adapted to the
needs of the day. This meeting is
open to all interested persons &'nd it'
is hoped that there will be a full at
Mi's Edna Bros:kinton and Mr. G.
H1 nry Slater of Orangeburg were
married a..;t Wednesday afternoon.
The wedding vas very quiet, only the
membe: s of the family being pr sent.
The ceremony was performed by Rev.
L. B. McCord. th@ pastor of the bide.
The gr.'io;m was accompanied by Mr.
Izlar of Oranghu:-g, who was his
best man. Aft'r the cer.mcny Mr.
ad Mrs. Shl motored to Sumter,
wvhere they teak the train scr Vnt-h
imgt'tn. Mrs. 3later has been s. prom
inment figure in the musical and :a cial
eircl 's of the t::wn :,rid will be great
'rhe t'birc is cordially invited to
come to Pocalla Springa picnic
ground:. Fully equipped with tables,
swings and dance hall, with piano,
free. Bring your bathing suit and
enjoy a swim in a pure mineral water,
with sand bottom, only 10c. 29,000
gallon, flowing in and out every
hour. We carry a com-;.ete line of
suits for sale and to rent.
M. I BECK, Prop.
Mannin, S. C., .une 18th, 1918.
We wish to make the statement
through your columns-to everybody
interested in good roads-that the S.
C. Automobile Association has organ
ized a branch in this county, and that
Mr. Murray, actingSta te Highway
Engineer will be here next Saturday,
June 22nd, to make us an address, ex
plaining the workings in detail of the
association, and every body interested
in good roads and who wants to 'hear
how they can be had, is urged to be
at the court house at 12 o'clock Sat
urday, June 22nd, and hear Mr. Mur
ray explaining the whole situation.
E. C. HORTON,
A. P. BURGESS,
.A marriag" of inter-s~t we~s thrt of
Miss A~rmmie JTohnson and Sergt. S. .J.
Kellett, which took place a~t eight
o'clock Saturday morning at the home
of the bridle. Dr. L~ide of Alcolu per
formed the ceremony, which was wvit
nessedl only by the members of the
two families and a few close friends.
A fter at brief visit to the up-country
Mr. and Mrs. Kellett are in Augusta,
where t'he groom is a member of the
Medical Corps at Camp Hancock. Miss
Johnson was a popular member of
the younger set and will be missed by
ai wide circle of friends. Among the
)ut of town guests for the weddiny
were Mr. and Mrs. Kellett, mother
andI brother of the groom from Foun
taim Inn, Miss<, ileen: Fladger and
Miss Jecnkmns o Conway.
On las.t Sunday morning Rev. L. B.
McCord madle an eloquent appeal in
behalf oif War Savings Stamps. Tak
ing for his text Christ's wvordIs after
the feeding of the five thousand:
'Gather up the fragments that noth
ing be lost," he emphasized the need
f the A merican people learning the
'Gather up the fragments that remain
that nothing be lost, he emphasized
mng the saving habit. He said that the
rule of Christ was carefulness and
that of the American people wasteful
Scholarship and Entrance Examina
Tfhe examination Zor the award of
vacant scholarships -n the University
>if South Carolina and for adimission
'if ne-v students wil ioe held at the
'ounty court house on Fridlay, July
12, 1918, at 9 A. M. Applicants must
mot be less than sixteen years of age.
When scholarships are vacant after
July,12, they will he awardedl to those
naking the highest average at exam
nation, providled they meet the condi..
Lions governing the award. Appli
yants for scholarships should write to
President Currell for scholarsh in
lanks. These blanks, properly filled
'nt by the applicant, should be filed
with President Currell by July 5.
Scholarshins are wvorth $100, free
Luition an't fees, $150 total. Tlhe next
tession will open September 18, 1918.
F~or further informatton andI cata..
University of So-ith Carolinai,
Columbia, S. C.
lished a d
01e terial cc
\X ~ has been
- buying 1
RIfaMOR always i
-r-La teel. win
ness. He urged that they reduce
to a minimum all unnecessary expen
ditures, thus helping not only the gov
ernment by releasing labor, and loan
ing money, but helping the individual
to practice thrift.
Nitrate of Soda
I nave a limited amount that I can
sell at a reasonable price.
R. C. BAGGETT.
MANNING fIVIC I.EAWE
Tho Civic League heli its regular
moaih'y meeting last Monn y after
The various committees are still at
work, and the Play Ground Committee
will soon be ordering some mere
things for the children to enjoy.
The committee appointed to colteet
books for the Tuberculosis Camp re
ported 180 books and 80 maga-zines
It was voted that the League hold
no more meetings till the middle of
VACANT AT WINTHROP
Here's an Educational Chance for
Some Deserving Girls-Conditions
One federation scholarship will be
vacant at Winthrop for next fall, as
Miss Kate LaBoon of Anderson, our
senior scholarship girl, was graduated
last weak. Examination for this ca
cancy must be taken at the county
court hous3 on July 5, with regular
Winthrop scholarship examinations.
Applicants must be at least 16 years
of age, unable to pay for college
course, and not have previously at
tended college. Application should be
made in writing to me at once, accom
panied by letter from applicant stat
ing details of circumstances and pre
vious schooling. Application must be
accompanied by indorsement from
president of local club and one minis
Chairman of. Education.
Marion, S. C.
- -There will be a Mass Meeting in
connection with the dIrive for sale of
War Savings Stamps at the Court
House on Monday night, June the
24th, at 8:30 o'clock. The commit
tc is in communication with Wash
ington in the endeavor to get a French
Officer and efforts are also being
made to get one of the best speakers
in the state.
Definite announcerments wvill be
madle Sunday in the various church
es regarnhng the spca:ters.
I have just had a long distance con
versation with Dr. George B. Cromer,
president of Newberry College, and he
has promised to conme. He is one of
the best speakers in the State.
CHARLTON DURA NT.
FOR W~AR STAMP WORKl
The women o: the State :us oan
izedl under the :eade:-s!.'p of Mrs. Ber
tha Munsell of Columbia, to wvork for
the sale of War Savings Stamps, and
they are willingly and cheerfully do
ing their duty. Each township chair
man in Clarendon County has been
askcd to appoint one or more teams of
women with a captain for each, to
co-operate with the imen's teams, andl
every home, white and colored will be
canvassedi, andI every n-an, woman
and child is expected to do his or her
share. It is net a matter of choice.
Our government is asking us to loan
this money to help win the war', andi
there is only one name for a person
who refuses to respond to the very
best of his ability, and that name is
.1The ,town of Manning has been di
vidled imto four sections, and the fol..
lowing teams will visit every home
next week, so be readly to pledge your
selves to buy War Savings Stamps.
. you ~.ive your money ready, the
ladies can taike your orders, you can
- them, and they will see that you
get your stamps. At the close of the
dirive the teams eccuring the greatest
number of pledges, andi the largest
-'-outn of money, in each township
will be published.
TIeamis for the Town of Manning
Team No. 1: Mrs. Joe Rigby, cap
iByes Examined Glasses Fitted
.. E. ARCANTr, PH1. 0.
M ANNINGt S. (.
store in every city has
>cted to distribute these
y. $1 and $2 Blouses.
jo the Welworth and
re manufacturers estab
iew standard in these
louses and despite the
dvancing labor and ma
st, this high standard
rigidly adhered -to. In
hese Blouses you, are
issured of dainty, gen. L
some styles of depend
Early Corn, Soy
will prove interesting, eithE
ing. fee us for the right
tain, Miss Jessie McLean, Mrs. Frank 'I
Burgess, Mrs. C. S. Rigby, Mrs. Eng- F
lish Plowden, Miss Lucie Johnon. J
Team No. 2: Mrs. r. M. Mouzon, A
captain, Mrs. T. F. Coffey, Mrs. J. H. F
Rigby, Mrs. J. K. Breedin,,Miss Helen
Boger, Miss Fahnie Bradham, Miss
Janie Wilson, Miss Julia Wilson.
Team No. 3: Mrs. John Gerald, cap
tain, Miss Mattie Gaillatd, Mrs. Mor- tie
ris Ness, Mrs. McKelvey, Miss Lizzie an
Williams, Mrs. W. P. Legg, Mrs. C. R. an
Sprott, Mrs. Dave Levi.
Team No. 4: Mrs. Oliver .O'Bryan,
captain, Miss Mattie Appelt, Mrs. Ph
George Williams, Mrs. W. S. Plowden,
Mrs. S. L. Davis, Mrs. H. D. Clark,
Miss Pammie Bradham, Miss Alleen
Howle, Mrs. Allen Bradham, Mrs. s
Mitch Wells, Mrs. J. B. Cantey. , er
The only other part of the county
yet reporting is Alcolu. Mrs. J. W.
Hinson, captain, and a team of nine
teen, have already made a brilliant
beginfing. We hope to report the
teams from every township next issue.
MRS. JOSEPH SPROTT da
Chairman Woman's Division for Cltr
Whereas the Clarendon County
Democratic Executive Committee
passed a resolution at a meeting held 'J
on the 11th day of June, 1918, per
mitting andl ordering the Midway
Democratic Club to reorganize on Sat
urday, June 29th next. '
IT IS THEREFOL., ORDERED
that the said Midway Democratic Club
reorganize on Saturday, June 29th.
1918 at 5 o'clock P. M. By order of
S. OLIVER O.'BRYAN,
J. M. WINDHAM, C
LISTr OF WHITE SOLDIERS
TO GO ON THE 25TH
HI. A. Richbourg, Wilson.
J1. E. Harrington, New Zion.
L. D. Hlarrington, Manning.
L. W Morris, Turbeville
Harry E.' DuRant, Alcolu.
Jos~eph Cantey, New Zion.
WVilham D. Coker, Turbeville.
C. Levi Blarwick, Alcolu.
Ezra Holladay, Turbeville.
E. D. Coker, Turbeville.
James B. Blackwell, Manning.
James M. Ridgeway, Bloomville.
McCall G. Hecmmingway, Summer
John B. Hloladay, Turbeville. I
Sam F. Stone, Turbeville. Th<
For Hot y
Lime Juice, Bottle,
Grape Juice, Bottle- --
Apple Cider, Qt.---. -
Strawberry Fruit Syrup, B
Raspberry Fruit Syrup...
nu, South Carolina
r for hog or hay-mak
kind of Seeds.
'hos. B. Mellett, Turbeville.
'aul D. McFaddin, Sardinia.
ulian R. Buddin, Turbeville.
larion V. Hudson, New Zion.
ili McKenzie, Lake City.
leyward R. Green, Turbeville.
ly boys rode away from my home
St. Paul Sunday evening on alit
bay jinny mule. Mule was slick
I quick walker. Reward will be
d for same by
J. D. WARLEX
St. Paul,'g, .
me Mr. C. M. Mason.
lisses Mattie and Olivia Horton'
nt last week with relatives in Sutn
ourt convenes in Manning Mot;
,June 24, Judge Wilson presidh,
eo. Tindal, Pinewood.
.R. Wells, Manningo.
V. E. James, Summerton.
V. S. Hlolladay, Manning.
V. Ira Buddin, Turbevilie.
I. 0. Mathis, Davis Station.
t. S. DesChamps, Pinewood.
]'M. L. Coker, Lake City.
. W. Cockran, Manning.
[. A. Plowdten, Manning.
~. L,. Broadway, Jr., Manning.
.G. Turbeville, Turbeville.
.S. Buddin. Turbeville.
.R. Cole, Turbeville.
Ddgar P. Eppe, New Zion,.
.C. Horton, Manning.
'. H. Gentry, Summerton.
3W. Bradham, Davis Station. -~~Ii
I. K. Beatson, Manning.
3B. Davis, Summnerton. 2
1. LI. odge, Manning.
t. . Mc addin, Sardinia.
V. H. Coker, Turbeville.
'.I. Timmions, Manning. $
Iarvey W. White, Wilson.
V. F. Spiegner, Alcolu.
J7. L. Broughton, Pinewood.
V.* R. Jenkinson Pinewood.
I. E. Lowder, Wilson. .
.M. King, St. Paul.
1. A. Johnson, Manning4
.E. Reardon, Manning. .
. M. Smith, Manning.
~. M. Rhodes, Wilson.
.J. Buddin, Sardinia
t. J. Wells, Silver.
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days ~
ir druggist will refund nmoney if
eTMENT fails to cure any cane of Ite
id.Dleedingor Protsudln 7.lenin6t414
hret 6pplicaion given lias and Mes*.
.....-..-10c, 20c, 30c6~
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