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F. M1. SHOPE, ....Business Mlanager
L I. APP'EJJ --...-..... Editor
.\ANNING, S. C., (WTOBElR 2, 1918
. .\l.NNING;, S. C.
Al. 8. W.t Harron took 'in Al G
slin.trel in Columbia yester
Al r. A. G;. i erio t has accepted a po
sit ion in the Plowdh-n lI ardware C'o.
Fo~r good tran fer service at reason.
t. 0, O'Bryan, 191. was \ isiteor
to Suter Alondayv.
in1l2 nod" for hi inceasins trade.
.\t.('. IR. Iliarvin has returnedi
from a viit inI .Jln sv'ilb..
Fori Mab]. - One geood pianoue, in per'
teet onudition . A petly to I. I. .\peltI,
n [Iren h;w returned he from a
ubgusta ;\Evelt left Satrdh
. ,1i forj 8att le ('reek, Aich., where
hewill take a (eur'e inl r*'ensrue.
In work.E T -- - - -- - 's io
\lr~:: I. I Iarvin and c'h iIr~en have
returcned ''om a visit to ('ocnlumba ande
FI''em ' )in' four-hoera farm ten
miles c-n-e .1 'lanIning, Goo(d tobacco
I. I: 'i .l L.or ('AGNAiIi.
Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted
J. E. AiRANT, PH. G.
MAINI S. E
their duty a
us at home
s r.7 l ' 1Big: Shipm ent
Crystal White Red Label
Karo Syrup Just Arrived
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery
Don't forget to see if y o ha'e. ;
pieces of cretonne whic' ,n can bo .'
by th< :il Cros:; fir making T'Pr
Ituth Ci(haper1 No. 4(, R. A.''\.
eiiinfer i\I ark aind Past i\Iast IJ)egi
1-riday 'n~t h, October ]t h. All
terstedl mike nlotice.
Al\len lhi rvin, who went to the (
~iel abiout. a we'ek ago, is at hom~ne I
cauitse the col lege is cliseud on accot
oif Spanish influenza.
D~on't forget the big t ime at Al;
tin's L ake on the I17thI. We must
mel(et therie and get one0 morei' sqtue
TIhe ('lect ion last saturiiday to rai
the school levy an add itinaI'two mi
re*sult ed ir thez ra is:' by a vote of
tor' andl 1 against.
Mor. .Joe P'lowdIen of A tlanta em:
h!Je( hist week, in re~sponse' to a c
from the local board, andm was si
to campin .\onday (ev(niig.
'The' Suinday joiy-iideris are termS
slacke'rs in or pilaces, an thev w
hIcle thbe samie mn Manning
prv ii t hey are not on a busim
.Watchyor date labl . Your pap
wAill bie disconitiined the' day it is
in ll renewa~V~ls mutst lie paid stri
lI \ n dvance, and the prlicefromi m
(tre Hndn (Couinty Chapter it
Io wiho's to aok nowledlge, w
liaks e foilloiwing ltioation>s
Xl \ A. Alelt on's Alusie
lI ii the b( fit of those who a
und r11 ih limprI lE/siOn that the ma
shouitld be distriibuted w~hen they a
bite, I wish to quoite frm the ( Pos
a l.v L au andI Revt'tions) " Post mo
teiim n 0 r ui -e iby 1'- regu]
tio to uhp n, ai-.<it and deliver<
then'w01 evienl; ooaol that airriv
in the future theni rules. wvill
BtUCK WHEA T
Fresh Shipment. of this
year'~s crop) just received
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocerv
Buy W. . Stamm'
our boys from
.s soldiers on t
L NOT DISAI
to do our duty
uy to W
ou can feel th
at fight for lib
I1I. P. Gable, president of The
I13I ; c: iiver Cypress company offers
hty eood suggestion in the fol
m" iig: People who have been in the
(!abit of pleasure riding on Sunday af
ternoon can now find plenty of di
version by going nutting. Take the
children down to the swamps Sunday
afternoons and hunt nickory nuts.
Tl'hese sheIl ar- vy val'iable and
ed much neede(I by the government for
Cd the making of gas masks for the boys
"ovr there." \Ve think this is a
ing hty good suggestion and the peo
1)le shouhi scor the country for the
different kinds of nutt tha'V. grow
hThe (Chirendon County Chapter, A.
t i. C., has been given an allotment of
it- 'several ,bumbded "Prop~erty Bags'" tc
)nI mak. .Ilhese bags go to the soldiers
in hlositals aind are' greatly needed.
I henma t('rial r equ ired for a "'Prop-.
n. ryHg s1-3 yard of 27 inch,
al~ ig red eretonnle. Aniyone who has a
rei rp of (ret onne larege enough for a
bag, please se'nd it in to the IRed Cros~s
roomI if' you can spare it. Seraps can
..ege than re'qui red d imens ions,
but not sniler.
*11avy w'hite scraps, such as bleach,
orn< or smla r mat erialI are wanted
io. P lea so consult your scra P ba'4
nt The .\l issioniary Society of the Pres.
byteriani church met wvith Atirs. C. I"
Itawhl nson at .1 ordlan last IFriday af
n' October 17 there will be a big
harbecue andl fish suippier at Martin's
Eanka. eivyen by Mir. C'harl ie lFul ton,
autdby the fa moos "'Fish Ste'w"
arishe, llenryv. Suppeor wvill be on at
ut->o lock , anid thle p~rice is $1.00O, and
t all you eann standl. Mir. lFulton ini
v iteos eveodyol in the 'outlity, and~ ('s
I oemlly the ladies an-d children. Ite
Imemaber, hlies, you canii get suippe
at 5 o'clock in the aft''r:'oon,
(omphiints have come to this of
iee from several post offices in the
enuotnt y h ur atronis not re(ceivinig
he ir 'I ipies regularlyn. \Ve i ntendl to
re(port this mia tt er to the govern ment
anI ask for an in vestigat ion. Our list
h ow paid in adlvance, andii the peo
ple should get their pape'rs, they
leave our office every week. We PaOy
3postaige on these persi', anild lieve'
rethe gove'rnmei(nt will lprotl'it us. We
noiw ask all of our su bscribersi' if they
id, not get their Timeiis as they should
to reor itto us at once, andweil
imgtoni, andl havo' the toilfy parties
Ipay the pentalIty. .
Books f'or the collection of taxes
wvill open on the I15th inst, and c'lose
Chase & Sanbhorn's
TeaS and Coffees
iare the best
For Sale only by
B. B. BREED)IN''S
Pure nnoo Gory
us and Prof
at you have a
Sun-Maid Seeded Raisins
Eat more Raisins
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery
on March 15th, 1919.
1 per cent. penalty will atach for
2 per cent. penalty will attach for
7 per cent penalty will attach for
Cashier's or certified cheeks will be
reqIuiredl in payment oif taxes.
L. L. WELLS,
Died last TIhursday morning at h is
home in Manning, Mr. D). M. Bradham.
The dleceasedl had been in (ldcining
health for ab)out a year, and last April
underwent a very seriu praini
Balimrean aferhe regained
eniugh strength to conme home, his
c onitionfl was considered unfavorable
by those who undlerstoodl the serious
ness of h is operation.
Mr. lBradlham was the senior mem
her of D. M. Bradiham & son, and had
been i nt(-:est ed in t he l ive stock husi
ness in Manning practically all of h is
life. Ile was a goodl business man and
a massed quite a fortune by his un
selfish and honest methods. HeI helped
hundreds of .people in this county
when misfortune laid a hand upon
them. ie always took a great inter
est in both town andl county politics,
and for several years was mayor of
Manning. The dleceasedl was the faith
er of a large fai ily, whlo nmostly l ive
mi our town.
Mr. Bradlham wvill be ussedl not
only by his immedliate family, but b~y
scores of friends. The editor extends
his heartfelt sympathy to the be..
eavedl ones. As none but those who
have sat in the shadowv of a great be
reav(ement enn justly wveigh such a
sorrow. Those wvho have gone dlown
mnto the valley of su ffri ng and stood~
for monthis by the side of a loved one,
as hope a fter hope droipped aiway,
kniow that such ainguis4h caInnot find
solaIce in the t endleres.t word s. The
funeral was held im the Manning ..n..
"ter. i'rid ay .m :*ning, I.
and~ relatives. -
Life, Liberty and the' Purrsuit of
ihain~ness. I-'or these( three' things
our forefathlers estalished our- Goy
ernment, and for more than a hun
dfredl yea rs, hav: suppo(rt ed anxd main
tamiedI it with their lives, their for
tunes aind their sacrd honor. Evc'n
as Charity is the greatesst of the vir
tues, so is Liberty the greatest of
* 5c Cake
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure 1Fond Grcr
;ounty to do
s of France,
I For without Liberty, life is slavery
For without Liberty, Pursuit o1
Happiness must always end in failure
Our Liberty is in danger, threaten.
ed by a savage and barbaric foe
who seeks to place the world in sub.
Liberty cannot be bought. It must
he won. To this end, our sons and
brothers are fighting on the field of
battle. . They wage war for our Lib.
erty, and the Liberty of our chil
\\ - are the! beneficiaries of theit
stru:..se, the fruits of' victory will be
We must contribute our shiare to
the fiehting of the battle. Even as
.\avrn upheld the hand of Moses on
the mountains, seo must we uphold the
hand~s of our soldijers andl sailors.
Ino other way cant we so wvell
serve as by purchasing Liberty Bonds.
We are at the crisis of thes conflict;
we have two things from which to
mako a chme~e.
Shall we choose the boneds of Ger
Iman barbarism, whereby we shall be..
co~me subject to the iron rule of Teu
tonie Kultur? Or
Shall we choose the beond~s of the
Umited States Government, whereby
we obtain .a guaranty of that Liberty
iore pr'ecious than life ?
BUY MORE LIBERTY BOND)S
BUY TO THiE UJTMosT LIMIT.
Fridlay, afternoon there was helda
meeting in the interest of the Fourth
Liberty Loan Drive.
Tlhe meeting was held in the Meth
Odlist church and a number of Manning
ldies aned several from'ne:a:rby towns
Mrs. Slatter, of Columbia, the State
Orgamz-er eof the WVoman's Liberty
Loan. Committee for South Carolina,
who is nowv visiting the counties, was
the speake'r of the occasIon. Shec made
a very forwceful aned a very interesting
talk, a talk that greatly enthused all
IMrs. Slat ter' was attired in a very
b~ecomimg uniform that was ve:ry strik
Mrs. ,Joseph Sprott, c:ourity chair
is ful of her subject and she said
many good and~ many strong things.
She has no paitiene:': wIth the woman
who dre'-'. in the latest fash on and
St bu .. ii:r - D ty Boa I:. S
gave man helpiul su,,gestions, to te
e:ount y organization and a fter the
.ipe she met with i .., own :.n
county woe~rkers and helped them with
We wish that every Clarendon coun
ty wvoman ecould~ have be'en present.
Those who were there wvent awvay feel
ing that they'd.l do anything for this
c:ountry oif theirs and for world lib
Now, Clarend~on must he as' she
LOg Cabin Maple Syrup
Have yOU tried it?
B. B. BR EEDIN'S
Pure Food rocery~
Makes a good filling for
Pure Food Grocery
alwayr has been, a county to "go over
th<eu toh, in ibt great drive for the
The Cla rendon. County Chapter A.
R. C. has been given an allotment of
several hundI-ed "property bags" to
make. These bags gd to the soldiers
im hospitals andl are greatly neededl.
The Materials requiredI for a "Prop
erty Bag" is 1-3 yard of 27.-inch fig.
uredl cretonne. Anyone who has a
scrap of cretonne large enough for
a bag please sendl it lin to the Red
Cross room if you can spare it. Scraps
can be larger than required dimen
sions, but not smaller.
Heavy wvhite scrap)s Buch as
bleach, jeans, or similar material are
wvanted also. Please consult your
scrap) bag immediately.
Weak fcet, broken arches,
and other foot troubles start
in childhood, from wearing
improperly shaped shoes.
aIre the correctly shaped shoes
ior growing boys and girls--be
cause they are made upon the~
brown Shaping Lasts, scienti
fically designed to prevent foot
Many Styles -- all of good
leathers--at $3.00 and up
MANNING, S. C.
Buy Liberty Bonds fr rem