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I. I. APPEL......--..-Editor
F. M. SHIOPE... Business M~anager
MANNING, S. l. JULY 10, 1918
prgant M. Levy is visiting his
syeMrs. Morris Ness.
The tobacco season opened yester
day-Watch Manning's market.
Mr. S. M. Patrick spent Monday in
Columb e on business.
irs. .. McD. MeFaddin is visiting
.rlat ives in Greenvilie.
Mrs. .J. B. Cantey s.pent Saturday in
Columbia on buisiness.
Mr. WV. 11. Creecy has acceptedI a
pT4. si i i(t .:a d c:t on.
Mr. C'harlton Duitant spent several
days of hast week 'n Atlanta.
Miss Inan oif Yorl: is new in
chiarge cf the local telegraph effic.
Miss Mary Wells is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Frank Rogers, in Fair Bluff,
Messrs. Mor": N .sm and Jlohn
Tfhameis nper a' at Sundlay at (Campi
Mrs. .Jakew rs(man andl Miss Corinne.
Bartiel I pvnt the s ('ik end in ( o
Mr.. lIfall N"elson of Summiertonii is
visting her aunt, Mi' imria t->n 1).
Mr. i. M.I Plo wdeni pent the fiourthI
Mtrs. Ilaanani I. Ty and Mrs. Mil
Mlrs. C... Wim; as, who wavs , er
ated! o,' in C'oluind.:. :ist week. icime(
Miss Irn Mc Kelvey w.as the guest
of' Mrs. Grahami Moses mn Sumter for
Miss Netta Levi spient the Fourth
in Sumter as the guest of her aunt,
Mrs. Ferd Levi.
For' Salc--3 Foird Tzrmng Ctrrs and
Roradster. All 1917 moidels. J. F.
There are 10,000 enemy secret po
lice lurking and scheming in the Uni
ted States. See "The Spy."
Messrs. Jake Iseman and Dudley
P lyler, of Camp Jackson, spent the
'ourth at home.
Id on Opening
s much higher
es ranged fron
nds. We sell
acco, so we a
est prices for
want the high
with R. D. Ci
wciate your tra
)u. Sell your
e of High Price
I)o you know your neighbor. He
may be one of the 10,000. See "The h
Spy," Pastime, July 18th.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Long and Mas
ter Sam Long left Sunday for their
home in Trenton.
Mrs. George luggins and Miss Rita f
Huggins are visiting Mrs. Harry 1
Leard on Sullivan's Island.
Wim. Fox presents a marvelous ex
pose of the workings of the German I
Imperial Secret Police in "The Spy." I
TIobacco Planters9, renmembher we
have plenty of free hitching room.
Come to see us.
TIHOMAS LIVE STOCK CO.
TIhat greatest of aI) War Draima',i
Arth'r Guy Emipey in "Ov, r the I
Tfop," wilh be at t' astime Cheati . n
Mrs. C. A. McFaddin andl M iss
Mattit Appelt left yesterday for Win
ston-Salem, to visit their brother, Mr.
J. M. A ppelt.
Unoder the auspices of the Council (I
of Defense, the Pastime will show ili
"TheKaierthe Beast of Berlin,'' on ,J
M iss A ileen 1l'Iadger, wvho has been .
the guest of the Misses Ervin, re-y
t urnedl to her home in Spartanburg o
..xis Ethe H** e of Kingst ree d
vs '-ted friend! in M-mning t'. week. ti
M X I Berg.-r wvll be2 empTly d n The:
f reck Store, Sumter, this fall.
T Ihe 'iaastime TheatIre wvillI run ev'eryv
Iig ht i.ow' andf onl Saturday alfterntoonl ,
htr wd ~il h~e at maltinlee starting at 'a
Tobacco((, ~llante rs, remembe we'I
V e heave p'lenIty oft free h itchin room.
T)lMAS LIVE STlOCK (O.
EdAithl (avell's spirit guidled. Spya
in l'ox film . lBra vt EnlIish wVoman aI
cheerfully gav '.e her life for hca couu
try. S5'- "T'lhe si '.
haveplety f fee itcingroom.
( ome to see us. It
TI'[MAS [IVE S lo('K CO.
Mrs T.'I M. Mouzon left on Monday ?3
for Rock HIill, where she will attend 8
the( short course for (clubl women give'n V
Thle .Junior Missio Band 101( meets ~
Thursday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock. A
full attendl mee is desired, and a cor-- -
dlial invitation is eIxtende~d to the girls
who are not mernbers to .ioin at once. IE
Lieut. JTim Sprott is at home on
leave. Lieut. Sprott has recently comn
pleted the eight weeks'course at the
School of Fire at Ft. Sill and has been
assigned to duty at the Replacement
Depot at Camp Jackson.
a $15.00 to $
re in positic
est prices fc
de, and will
next load at
Mrs. C. V. Verner, who was called
ome on account of the death of hei
aither, returned to her home Satur
If you failed to see the first episUd<
f the "Eagle's Eye," you missed a
>t, so don't fail to see each of th<
allowing numbers. It is one of th<
est ever put out.
Episode Number Two, "The Nava
all Copspiracy," of "The Eagle's
ye" will be shown at the Pastime
'ridlay. Also a Sunshine comedy, "A
1 ilk Fed Vamp," one that wvill senl(
ou home laughing.
Amer'Iicani Ge"ntlemen, at your serv.
-e! Mark Quaintance, clubman anm
11er, volunteers to undlertaike th(
t'rolous task of gaining a list of Ger'.
ian spies in A merica. To accomplis
us he takes his life in his hands. Sec
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Gerald and
aughter ,Miss Marian, of Augusta
Ir. and Mrr. .John E. Ithnme aind
mn, and Miss Mattie Gerald c f Cam-.
i'n, and Mr's. J1. M. Kirvin of D~ar
ngton, are visiting the home oif Mr
rihn D. Gerald.
The Young Ladies' Class of the
resbyterian Sunday School will meet
ith Miss Lucy Wilson Friday after.
ion at 6:30 o'clock. All membiers
re r'equestedl to notice the change ol
me from the announcement on Sun.
ay and make ever'y effoirt. possibl<
h e piresent.
La1st Monidayv the Sumter authori
('s phoded Poilicemian Peavey to loolt
at for a stranoge negroi who was or
freight comning this way. Mr. Pieave%
ret the train, and arre'stedl the (lark.
n', who .was wantedl in Sumter foi
reakimg into a store, lie was put ini
ie town guard house to( await the of.
eeris from Sumter. Whuile the storn
'a.- gomig on that afternoon he tor(
ime oft the wood work from arounc
le guard house wvindow, and gettingj
piece oif scant]ling brioke the han~
rid madel his esc'ape.
Died last Monday afternoon in Man
ing, Mr's. Sarah Nelson, aged ahoul
J years. T1he deceased made hi
rime with her (laughter, Mrs. Charl.
in DuRan t. She is survived byV hei
aughters, Mrs. D~u~ant, Mrs. F. P
rvmn and Miss l lattie Nelson, all (ii
lanning. She was also the (Ilesi
later of Messrs. C. R. and A. C. lar.
m of Manning, Mrs. Sue Brock ot
umnmerton and Mesdames Bates an<
aminer, of' Eastover. The funera
as in the Manning cemetery yester.
yes Examined Glasses Fitted
J. E. ARANT, P1H. G.
MANNING, . C.f
15.00 per hur
n to get yoi
at all times
>r your tobac
Work hard t4
Edith Cavell wis an English woma
who I:ved in Belgium. Incited by th
horrors ,vhich she daily saw pra:tise
by the German invaders on defens'
less women and children of th
st ricklien nation, Miss Cavell aided
number .f them to escape to Englan<
For this offense, she was taken pri:
oner, court martialed, and executes
11er name will go down in history a
one of the brava women who did the
bit to withstand the terrors of th
Prussian Monster. See "The Spy."
It wvould require more than 2,0(
letters with 3 cents postage on eat
on~e to notify Red Cross subscribei
that the July installment is now dlu
All who are able to pay the July ii
stallmjent nowv will very likely ret
this notice, and if they will send
in without being notified indivduall
they can save a Jot of wyork and e:
penfse for the RedI Cr'oss.
T1he stampled envelopes ordler<
about a month ago have not been ri
(evedl yet and that is why receipi
have not been mailed to persons wil
have made payments.
He may be
See the Secrets o
at the Pas1
A Timely Americar
L. MY F
R. C. W
R. D. CLARK,
n If yc-: are nct able to ccmv wit
e your tobacco -end it t, R. D. Clark'
d He will look after your tebacco ar
gel' you the high dollar.
a i1r Gco:ge Ro.we, a former citize
1. of Mjimimg, but now living in Mon
- gomery, Ala, visited the hcmc
I. Judge Windham last weck.
r R. (lark will work lard for ti
e farmer. If you do not cell at Clerk
you may be losing money.
.Thl e Snatorial caimpaign mueetin
-sl emManning next Monday.
:- Ex-Gcv :nor Blease has wired thi
d he will be in Marnning next Monday1
it atteid tlbe campaign meeting.
HIave you heard of any wareheus
irSouth Carolina averagllig $30.2
f ve-y th ng sold, except Clark
LOST--One Shepherd dlog abou
half grown. Finder please notify I
n IH. H oaladay, Manning.
You Trust Hir
an enemy to y
German Methods Exp
Drama of Diplomacy.
D IUSTIN FARNL
A Seven Reel Picture
Drama Exposing the (
Enemy Secret Polie.
h Mr. E. C .Dukes was notified by
s. the navy department last night that
d he wvas turned dlown for thie service.
n CLARK'S RE E:
The H ome of High Prices'.
Died last Thursday afternooji.rs.
e rockinton wife of Dr. .M
s Brockinton. The deceased had been
ill only a few days with diphtheria.
The funeral was in the Manning ern
g etery Fridlay morning. She is sur
vived by .her husband, who is a lead
ing physieian of our town, and two
daughters, Mrs. Henry Slater of Or
it angeburg, and Mrs. J. W. Widernan
,o of Manning, besides a host of friends
and relatives. We extend our sym
pathy to the bereaved family.
Wll Tobae ls we nith at Chark'a
pounfds fer $18,05i2.55.. Aveirage fr
everything en sale includi. g se
1 30.30. Sell your Tobacco at Clark
f. WVarehouse rand get thc highest mnar'.
[GH BOR ?
osed in this Thrilling a
~perations of Fas-eig&