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SVOL. XXXIX MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1919. . NOI
TRACING CLS TO
Philadelphia Authorities Arrest Well
THREE BIG EXPLOSIONS
All Sorts of Theories, From Inter
national Bolshevik Movement
to Single Fanatic.
Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 31.-Federal
authorities, especially department of
justice investigators, are lending as
sistance to the city police in running
out every clue and theory that ha:
any possibility of bringing to justice
the perpetrators of last night's wide.
spread bomb outrage.
One arrest was; made today, a wel
known Radical of this city being taker
into custody. No charge has beer
preferred against him and no one to
night was permittedi to see him. II<
has frequently appeared in public an<
has often been driven from city hal
plaza where he attempted to gathei
crowds for the purpose of speaking
While nothing has developed to in
dicate he was coanected with'the ex
plosions, the police, nevertheless de
Clare they intend to hold him for in
There were three explosions las
(ight within a period of twenty-fiv
. minutes. The first was at the home o
..Ihnest T. Trigg, president of th
Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce
the second at the apartments of Wn
B. Mills, acting head of the Philadel
phia police, and the l.ist at .the resi
dence of Justice Robert von Mosch
zisker, of the Pennsylvania Suprem
One person, the wife of Judge Wn
G. Kiowles of the municipal cour
who ives opposite .the home of Jus
tice 'von Moschzisker, was injure(
She was struck on the head by
piece of the bomb while standing .,
/ All Sorts of Clues.
A}1 sorts of clues and theories ar
being run out by the authoritie:
ringing from an international Bo
'ievik terrorist movement down t
the work of a single fanatic nur
ing a fancied wrong.
Federal agents are inquiring shari
ly into the activities of groups of me
and women who, since the Unite
States entered the war, have bee
.Ubusy circulating literature opposin
the draft system. In connection wit
the campaign against seoitions, it w
learned today that threats have bee
made against the local officers of tli
department of justice and certain ji
PROGRESS BY BOLSIIEVIKI
Two More Villages Captured by Go,
London, Dec. 31.-Forces of t
.. -'gian Bolshevik government hat
captuK i two villages in the regic
of Revel eording' to a Russian wiry
less message 'heceived here today. TI
"enemy." it is ided, has landed 5(
men and four guis (evidently on tl
Esthonian coast it the region of R
val). The message -eads:
"On, December 28, iri the Reval r
gion, we took the villages of Bikhoi
and Karkus. The enemy has land(
500 men and four guns."
FLORIDA NOW IN DRY COLUM
No More Liquors, Wine or Beer to I
Had Under New Law.
Tampa, Fla., Dec. 31.-The enti
State of Florida became "dry" at mi
night tonight, when the constitution
amendmeflnt making sale, manufactu
or transportation of liquors, wvines
'beers illegal in this State went, in
This city was really the last stmi
of the whiskey interests in the larj
cities of Florida and -in only one oth
-county was the sale of liquor beir
carriedl on. The mail order and pac
e. age houses operating here managed
get rid of their'last remnants
stocks today. One large concern cen
ried on an auction sale for two dan
this week to close out.
A feature of the new lawv is that
fine of $500 or six months' impriso
mnent, or bo0th, is the minimum pienal
for drunkenness, first offense, and
fine of $3,000 or three years in ja
or both, for the second offense.
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* CARIB NEARING HALIFAX
Cargo of Steamer From Nant4
* France, Shifted.
* Halifax, N. S., D~ec. 31.-T
stea mer Carib, repor'ted yesterday
, distross with her cargo shifted
headed for this port und1(er her os
steam accordlingf to a wvireless mt(
sage received todlay. The messa
said she was ninety-five miles sout
east of Halifax. The Carib is bou
rmNantes, France, to Norfolk, \
In Grip of Blizzard.
Dalldi Texaus, Dec. 31.-The Tex
Panhandle is in the grip of anot11
blizz'/ard, which' tonight is spreadi:
over North Texas, with prospects
sections tonight of tomorrow, accot
ing to the locaht eather b~ureau.' T
storm, acconhilan ed by heavy sno
all, struck' th plains country Ii
oght a1id. *v continuing tonig1
*.Much - uftrin -among live stock
th9 Pandici feared because
p~p ast~i kad not melted.,
PAXYLL[ -NL* .SNOIES (
At a recent town election the fol
lowing were electcd to serve for the
coming year: Mayor, Mr. G. H. Cur
tis; wardens, Messrs. R. B. Bradham,
T. Reynolds Owen, and Dr. Thos. W.
Gunter; treasurer, Mr. J. A. Brown. M
Miss Lorene Lathan left on Sunday
afternoon to resume her school duties on
near Andrews, after a week's visit we
with her sister, Mrs. J. W. Mims, Jr. to
Misses Pearl Broadway and Iva
Geddings are at home from Winthrop dui
to spend the Xmas holidays. th
Mrs. W. A. Keels and children re- st
turned Sunday from Eishopville,'after of
spending the week with her sister, ri
Mrs. Edgar Scott.
Misses Maggie and Ethel Corbett a,
spent the week-end visiting at Green- i
ville, and Fair Forest. tl
Miss Geraldine Bowen is at home o)
from Limestone college. e,
Much interest is felt in this town 1
and community over the proposed S
telephone system. At present the h
originators feel assured that the line a
will be established in the near future. t
Mr. G. H1. Luckey and family re
turned Monday from Cordova, where
they spent Xmas at the home of Rev.
A.. .J. Kyzer. .
Christmas was observed here in a
great mannOr. There was no drunk
enness or disorderliness of Any kind
a pleasing contrast to times when
whiskey was easily obtainable. Oli t
fashioned Christmas dinners were en
joyed in many homes, added cheer be
ing lent the occasion at many a fes- 1
tive board by the presence of soldier
boys recently discharged from the
army or home on furlough. Lovers
- of hunting spent the day in the lields
- and woods causing "Bob White," and
- "lBrer' Rabbit" to have anything but
a quiet (lay.
The graded school resumed duties
on Monday morning. The usual sus
lpension for twvo wveeks holiiday was
e not observed this year on account of
so much lost time caused from in
t Miss Maggie Corbett has returned
to her school duties near Floreston.
Paxville is at pre'sent without any
e telegraph communications. Mr. R. S.
1 Smith, a formei- operator is anxious
- to return here, but on account of there
0 being no houses for rent or sale it is
impossible for him tcoome. It is
hoped somebody will become interest- I
edl and build several residences so
11 that our town might exten(l her limits.
d They are needed.
n LAST CABINET MEETING
1OF TIIE YEAR HELl)
e Washington, Dec. 31.-The last
Cabinet meeting of the year was at
tended today by all the members ex
cept Secretary Wilson, who was de
taned by illness in his family. Vice
President Marshal presided. It was
the first meeting attended by Secre
tary Carter Glass.
REI) CROSS NOTES.
n Clarendon County Chapter acknowl
edges the following donations:
0 Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Arant ..$10.00
C Mrs. A. S. Bradham -..-- 10.00
Wilson's Mill School ..---- 9.00
Ladies of Red Cross (By selling
Sandwiches) --- --50.29
a Mrs. Kate Epps ... .-- -.-2.00
Lee Miller --- ..-- ....- ....-.. 1.00
- The people of Clarendon County
Chapter and the entire county wish
N to express their appreciation to the
committee who so efficiently handled
le the Christmas parcels for the boys
overseas. This committee, composed
of Mrs. Edward Ervin, chairman;
ee Mrs. Allen McFaddin, Mrs. A. F.
I- Helms and Mrs. J. K. Breedin, gave
al unsparingly of their time and efforts
eto see that these boxes were prop~erly
>r fixed up andl mailed.
to Mr. .John Bagnal gave a great deal
of his time to the wrapping of these
id parcels andl each parcel sent passed
e through his hands.
ig REED)'S WVORD)S CAUSE STlIRI
to Pais, Dec. 31.-The speech of Sena
tor Reed, of Missouri, in regard to a
r- league of nations, delivered in Newv
s York Sunday, has been cabled to Paris
and has created a considlerable stir in
a American omcial circles here.
- Members of the American delega
Ltion said that, although the speech
awas~ receiving considleratiory,M)ey wvere
not readly today to make - noy state
ment on the subject. Unomcially they
have been at pains to point out that
the American idea of a league of na
tions is not in accord with the concep
tion expressedl by Mr. Reed.
They say the plan they have coin
sidered (does not contemplate any ab
e rogation of the power of Congress to
hi declare war and wvouhr not pla1ce the
a A merican navy undler control of an
m international b~ody which might order
s. it about.
hi- FRENCH DEPUITIES
1(d PASS FINANCIAL BILLS
-Paris, Dec. 31.--(Hfavas.)-The
Chamber of Deputies todlay adlopted
without mlodifleation all the financial
projects palised1 by the Senate and 'id
as .iournedl sine (lie. The vote was 428
or to 5. The Senate adjourned to Jan
dl- The Methodist church property was
he sold1 at -Aiuction -todlay at noon. Trho
w- market building nlext to the Home
st Bank..and T~rust Co., was bid in by
it. Charlton. Dullant for $3,825. The
in lots on Church street where the church
he a~i moved from wvere bkd In by R. C.
Wells, ktlinglng $2,475,
La Pallice, France, Dec. 10, 1918. 1
y Dear Mama:
As I have just returned from Paris
a three-day leave, thought that I
>uld try and scrape up enough news
write you a letter.
Well, we came into port about ten
tys ago after a terrible tri > across
e "pond." We came thro igh two
vere storms on our way over. One
them was so severe that all of the
ggings were washed overboard oil
the bow, our life raft was carried
vay, and we lost two of our four
fe boats. The captain didn't think
at we would pull through the last
ie, as our steering gear was smash
I and we were les t adrift at the
ercy of the waves. We sent out
O. S. calls and shot up rockets for
alp, but no one came to our assisa
ace. Luck seemed to be with u.
tough and we pulled through alright.
Now mana I will try and tell you
little of Paris. I left the ship at.
x thirty Friday morning, walked
ver to La Pallice and caught a car
)r La Rochelle. I caught the train
t La Rochelle at about eleven that
torning and reached Paris about nine
tnt night. M;ma, I only wish that
ome of you could have been with
1e. Paris is undoubtedly the most
eautiful city in the world, and the
rench people are all just as nic...as
iey can be to an Anericatn sailor or
oldier. I asked one nicely dressed
'renchtian where Avenue de Presi
ent Wilson was. lie didn't under
tand what I said but by his motions
knew that he meant for me to stay
here. So he went about three blocks
own the street and in about ten min
tes he came back with another
renchnan who could speak English
retty good. IIe called a cab and in
few minutes we stopped at the
eami of one of the most beautiful
venues I ever saw. The Frenchman
raid for the cab and seemed to be in
ulted when I olfered him the money
or my passage. A soldier or sailor
an go anywhere in Paris and not pay
cent. They won't accept money
rom a sailor for car rare. 1ila,
he French people are all very neatly
Tressed, that is the better classes.
And the women in Paris are very
icautiful. Their clothes seem to be
lesigned just e.actly to suit their own
peculiar taste. Well, will tell you
nore about it when I get back. I
m(lerstan(d that we will be on our way
jack about next week, and think that
we will (lock at Norfolk, Va.
Will write again soon. Love to all.
Your affect. son,
W. E. Geiger,
U. S. S. Eastern Chief,
New York, N. Y.
Camp Valdahon, France,
Nov. 24, iPIS.
I can now begin at the beginning
f our voyage and tell you where all
I have been.
We left Camp Mills on the seventh
of August. Went on board the Meta
gonea ship anl spent the first night
anchored out at sea, just a few miles
from harbor. We pulled out for
Liverpool, England, the next after
noon about four o'clock, where we
landed the twentieth of August.
On the ship we were very crowded
and had or accommodations. There
were abo t three thousand, five hun
dred soldiers on our ship. Some of
the ships are larger and carry as
many as ten thousand soldiers at one
We were with a convoy of fourteen
other ships loaded with soldiers, one
large battle ship, and several subma
rine chasers. We traveled in a zig
zag course going away up north,
where we saw a huge iceberg float
ing around which seieed strange to
me as it was the middle of August.
Most of the boys were sen-sick for
several (days. I was sick ontly onec
(lay, and besides that (lay I enjoyed
the voyage very miuch, c'onsidlering the
length of the trip) and poor accommo
dlations. Some of the larger trans
ports came across to France in seven
(days. So) I am in hopes of riding onte
of those back. Although we can niake
it back ini several (lays less ntow anty
way, because we can go dlirectly for
our port on the wvay back to the good
01(d U.. S. A.
At Liverp~ool we tqok a train) early
on thle morning of the twenty-first
The coaches wvouldn't hold but eight,
We. step~pedl in the side of the coach
like getting in at large c'arriage with
glass d~oors, andl sat facing Cech other,
We rode about all (lay through Eng
land, wvhich is very hilly andl as pretty
as any of France I have seen. They
carried us to what they call a rest
camp. It was awful, doni't see howv it
got that name. We stayedl in this~
campii two (lays and1( nights. F~romi
here we hiked eight miles, wvith out
packs on our hacks. Several oIf the
bloys gave out and diroppedl along the
roadl. The rest of us hiked to South
Hanipton, where we took a boat te
crows the English Channel for France,
Trhat sanie afternoon about fivec o'clock
wve started on our secondl voyage. You
can cross the channel In a few hiourd
in p~eace times, but it took us until
one o'clock thmgt night to go to Li
Havre France, where we got off th<
ship. We marched through the towni
which is several miles longto our boy
cars. I wIll remember those box cart
as long as I live. The French bos
ears are not half as large as som<
of our freight cars. There were thirty
nine men in our car, with all of otn
S WRITE It
ieks and several days' rations of
an goods and bread. We were in the
ars two nights and three days, and
lidn't get chance to wash our faces
Lnd hands. Our mess kits were also
in a terrible condition. The first night
stood up all night, but the second
tight it was too much for me so I
ay lown some way, some of us across 1
ine another. We counin't all sit down
it the same time either. I was so
.fired the second night I could have 1
dept anywhere. h'le most of the time
ve were riding very slowly, but we
ate across France to the extremely
'astern part. We got oil' at a small -
station and hiked three miles to
1,longebronch a small village where
iur company was stationed for about.
two months. The company was divid
<( up and put into eight diferent hil
lets, which arc the French barns, and
is the upper part of their homes, and
the largest part of the house, for the
lower part is divided up into the
French home, hog pen, cow stable's,
chicken house, and all the rest of the
farm houses. The buildings are old,
the most of them being over a century
old. We got along well in the large
barns, for we were under good shel
ters, and had the best kind of beds
up in the hay of the barn. From
there eighteen of us were sent to
Valrlahon Camp to school. Some were
to take up telephone work, sonie ra
dio work, others largason work, and
still others instrument and oration
work. I was in the last men tioned
with three others. The work is verv
interestitg, but believe me there is
plenty of head work in it. We were
overl here at the camp two weeks be
fore the rest of the company- came
over. ''his camp is about twelve kilo
meters or eight miles from llonge
bonch, the village we were at first.
The t camp is pretty and has very good
cuolveliences, but is sickly. Many a
poor boy was left behind here in the
large American grave yard, haying
died from iniluenza, pneumonia and
other diseases. My company stayed
here about a mionth. They had start
ed for the front, the day the armis
tiee was signed. I heard that they
are somewhere up there now doing
guard duty, maybe around \letz. I
was left behind, in the hospital, with
nine of the other boys from my com
pany with ieaimopls. We hated to see
the boys go off and ieave us, but if
we are not put on the casualty list
we will join them soon. We are all
well now, but have to wait for our
sentence to expire, which is twenty
one days utinder quarantine. My time
will be up Tuesday. If it was not. for
my mail I would like to stay here
longer. I have not heard from you
all or the states since the company
left. We are having a big time in
the hospital nothing to do but sleep,
eat and talk to our pretty nurses.
We have a dandy little nurse who is
all the time doing something for our
comfort. She makes the best hot
cocoa and candies for us. I am as
well as I ever was now. I was only
sick about three days, but my head
looked like a wash tub for about a
While at Flongebonch we were only
eight miles from the border of Swit
zerland. There are some large hills
around here, being a very hilly part
of France. On the way here we pass
ed through several long tunnels, and
by several rivers and large towns. We
are now eighteen miles west of Besan
con, a large town. We passed in
about ten miles of Parts also. I would
like to see Paris before returning to
the States and many other place of
inter'est. Don't have any idea wvhen
0o11 turnt willI c~ome tol go home. Part
of the hundred and fortieth regiment
are now on their wvay back to the
States, and they came' over the sonie
month that we camne. I do know that
I will nt. be home for Christmas
I hope you have your crop gathered,
and you will continuie to hold yourll
Wishinlg you all a Merr'y Christmias
and good health. I ant well and feel
itng line. 'Will be cominig home soon.
Love' and best wvishes for you all.
Corp. Friendly S. Geddinigs, .Jr.,
lldg. Co. 317th F. A.
A. E. F".
Th'Ie first of thie yearl is the popular
titme to miove ar d several families are
changinig thw place of abode liere
this week. S. ,J. Clar'k has tmoved to
his farm, II. JT. Steinhart taking his
house ; S. L,. IIluggiuns will move into
the Gerald house, Mt'. Gerald goingp
itnto the D). M. lHradham home ; Mr.
Ingram Bradham goes ito the house
miade vacaniut by Mr'. Steinihart ; Mr.
.J. S. Yassney w..ill niove inito the
Strange house, Mr. lHullar'd mingiij
into the house occuplied by Mr. A. C.
DuiBose w.ho will miove into the hiouse
w.there Mr. Yassney lived Rev. W.
C. Alleun will move aw.ay from town.
Thle Times wtlts lIve c'orreCspond-l
ents at Alcolu, Sardiniia, New Zion,
Gable, 'Turbeville, Pinewood, Davis
Cross Roads, D~avis Station, and ,Jor
dani. We w.ant to matke Tlhe Times
the best weekly paper in South Caro..
linat andl( we want the help aind co
operation of every citizen of Claren
don County. If you know any nelws
Items Rendi them in. We'll appreci
ate thnm very much.
.OCAL ITEMS Of
"Fatty's " coming January 10th. s
Mr. -Rembert of Sumterhas accept- I
d a position as bookkeeper in the
Ionic Bank and Trust Co. o.
Mr. and Mr. : James 1; rri'son of
'aris Island spent last Sumt y alt the 1
ome of Mr. L. 11. larvin.
Just arrived a fine car of Tin, h I
W. P. LE'GG. i t
MIr. and Mrs. K. N. Beard of An
irevs spent Sunday with friends
Fatty in his latest, "The Cook"
Pastime, January 10th.
Soldier Jake ls'iuan is back home
again, having ! otten his final dis
charge from the army last Monday.
Sailor .Joe Grahan, who has been
on the coast of France, is visiting his
mother at Jordan.
Miss Rita Ninumer of Charleston
,pent Christmas at her home in Mann
Soldier Austin Smith is at home
from Camp Jackson oil a ten days
)o you enjoy a hearty laugh ? If
so see Fatty .January 10th.
I)r. C. I. Geiger has resumed prae
tice at. his ftoramer olfice next the First
Alr.. W. K. Reardon spent the Christ
mas holidays with friends in Ashe
ville, N. (., retturning home on \lon
We are looking for at bai,'-up let
ter from Suilmternton next week. Our
correspondent says he is on the job
and will he in strong.
Af Aucwtion--\ good coon dog will
he sol at. auction next Saturday at
12 o'clock in front of Court House.
le is guaranteed.
Burglars entered the store of Mr.
). A. Johnson about time miles east
of Manning on the 22nd of December,
and after robbing it burned it down.
Mrs. R. L. Bell desires to express
the gratitude to the friends for their
many kindnesses at her husband's
Watch the date label on your paper.
We will be compelled to cut off all
papers on the date of expiration.
Coming! Charlie Chaplin in "Shoul
der Arms." The best most sensible
Comedy ever made.
Now is the time to prepare your
tobacco bels, and Alessrs. Clark and
Cothran have plenty of seed here now
for free distribution.
Mir. and Mrs. W. G. King and son
Ralph arrived home last, night from
a pleasant visit with friends at Clin
ton, S. C.
Misses Mary and Margie Kennedy
returned to their home in Sumter on
Monday after spending several (lays
with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gamble.
Arrived within the last few days
a cat of Cedar shingles, a car of
brick, a car of Anchor lime, a lot of
plastering laths and (ement.
WV. P. LlEGG.
Th'le greatest event in the annuals
oif Naval history. The Surrender of
the' German Fleet. See this at the
Pastime Theatr'e .January 15th.
A branms' Big Slatughter Sale will
open on Fridlay morning. Be sure
andl get there early andi~ get some of
the choice bargains.
For Sale-Two tiuch cows, Dixie
Blight Pi'oof and Wannanmaker's Big
Boll Cotton Seeod; both at $2 per bush
el. H1. K. Beatson, R?. F. D. No.' 2,
Manning, S. C.
D~on't forget the place and the time
foir that Fat ty pic'tire. ''The P'as
time," Manning, S. C., .Jan. 10(, 1919.
Died Clhriistmas Dayv at Camp JTack
son, of p~nethnoniia, Mr'. C. 0. Edwvards.
Mi'. Edwards was from Mullins, but
for the past several years lived in
Manning, andl dlid sturveying.
Does yotir imagination of "'Fatty"'
cooking make you lamgh ? See hiim
att the Pastime January 10th in his
latest, ''The Co'ok."
Mr. .Jul ian Clark of Columbia came
Manning Stinday, accomipaniedl by a
trained nurse to attenld his fat her, Mr.
W. HI. Clark, who is ill with influenza.
Expected to arrive soon1 another car
of brick and a car of fie Cedar
shingles. Also a large shipment of
Rubber papern roofing.
W. P. L1EGG.
Dr. Herman liuggins has sold out
his dIrug business to Mr. R. C. flag
get, and Dri. Stalnaker Who Is now at
Zeigler's Pharmacy will have charge
of the business. We lean Dr. Hu..
gins was adlvisedl to got out of the
store and (10 open air -wot'k on /Ac
count of his health.
Take home a bor of the newa'.neaid
oodies--Tempting Fruits, 'Tid
weets and Marin- Chocolates. Dir
on's Drug. Store handles . tilgme
ou know that they are goodA.
Lost-One imule black:. stripe ac 3i
houl(ler, about'150 Ippunds, light jf
w. Was at Silver Situkrdagy ni'
f found notify -_
--t.-pd. Pinewood, S. C
Died Christmas Eve at hise home i
Tanning, Mr. Robert L. Bell. The' de
eased had been in ill health for -a
ong time, but, at the time of his death
e seemed to have gotten almost ens
irely well. The funeral was held ir,
he Manning cemetery . Christmas
You should try the- delicious nem
andies at Dickson's Drug Stores Ali
he tempting brands put out b'1. the
nost famous makers of good: cpndie
Coming the gieatest, best and most
hrilling ipicture that has. ever been
o Manni n, S. C., "The Kaiser's Fin
sh." Watch for (laces in this paper.
In mentioning the sale of .the iar
lee home two weeks ago to. Mr. Jot
Sprott, Jr., we were mistakeg, aa tlyc
property was bought by hisa ii9het
Mrs. Lou Sprott and will boo eod
by herself and dlaughter, Mrs '.'yAua
Miss Mabel Todd has retuife1 2o0
her duties in Washington after spen
ing Christmas with her father' -
For Sale-Registered Duroc Jerse
Pigs; age 10 weeks old; weight .abou
:10 pounds; money back if unsatisfied
Robt. and J. K. DuRant,
-ILt-c. A9olu, S.
By combining the subsc'istJona lise
of 'Thie TLimes and Herald gives, u
one of the best honi fide circulation
in the State. Our advertisers get thi
benefit of this combination at th L
price of one. While we have 1Q'Qpi
position, we do not propose to&his,.
the rates on advertising, though *W~tJ
the increased circulation we are'
titled to more.
You can buy Block's Elmer's ,tj
Liggett's Candies at Dickson"' '
Store. Always a fresh asoortni i
the most popular varietie.i 1i
Mr. R. D. Cothran? who is ru ig
a warehouse in Virgmnia, is in '11'nn
ing for a few days. in talking :
Mr. Cothran he says tobacco is .
ing much higher now than it did.
summer, and in his opinion prices wi
be high next season. Especiullx'
bright tobacco, the kind that is raised
in this part of the State.
Tempting Fruits, Triola Sweets arid
Martin Chocolates are the. new can*
(lies being handled by the Dickson
Drug Store. These are lelicious cn
dies and to introduce them they wil
be sold at 54c the box-regular (101-.
If you enjoy comedy come ' 44
Pastime every Friday. That
ful artist, James Montgomery g
is now sending us one now and thit
Also Mack Sennett and Fatty 'i
buckle. Every Friday will be cynd
Please hand your subscription or
newal of subscription to the Sat .
Evening Post., Ladies' Home Jeu
and Country Gentleman to W11J aif, '
Arant, Authorized Curtis Agent, 1Wtt'
ning, S. C.-tf.
Clarendon Lodge I173 Kn~gh0
Pythias wvill meet TIuesdary' nighJa~p
uary 9. All memibeirs ar'e req6d
t~o be presenit. Installation of %cq
J1. P. Yassne~
All the kids should see that'
dlerful picture, "The Surrender '
German Fleet." Its aut hentie
absolutely a correct picture . .S
the German submoarines, des~~
andl the large battleships suir~
ing to the Allied fleet. It's a
ful picture. You should
Pastime Theatre January 1tI
Died at his home in Sume
yesterday morning, D~r. Ellison'2
ers. 'The deceased had been -I
health for quite a while. Dr. C
was one of Summerton's most
nent citizens, and1 well known afl
the county, beCing a1 canildaty~
county superintendent 0, edue
several years ago. He Cdnd(ue
drug b~usimess there a great
years, when he sold out, aftW~
IlPp)omtedl postmaster, whleh p
he held until his death. ~j
madle nmany friends by fovl14
tion, whlo will be sliddene,
of his (death.
On Friday nigvht, the 2 t1 thi
lowing officers ~f Sumr' - ton
installed by IT. A'h R*
Deputy: H. P. . roy, Pa
Davis, S. W.; 1. M Fel r,
.J. Q. Mathis, Treas. T
Slecty.; .J. E., Rowe S . Zi
J. D).; J. M. Rowe, K.
ning, J. D., A N. Gardnrer,'
Te lecg b had
year, laf a bos J