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a viiort M nningthi wek
FIGHT THE BOLL W
rhe I nning C bimes.
Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1919
Mr. George Lesesne of Camden, was
a visitor to Manning this week.
Mrs. J. B. Cantey is visiting her
parents in Bishopville.
Mrs. George Williams is visiting
friends in Columbia.
Mr. George Huggins of Washington
is in Manning visiting his mother.
Mrs. J1. A. Weinberg spent Monday
with relatives in Sumter.
Mrs. Dr. Broadway was the guest
of Sumter friends on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Edwards will
leave this week for Clinton, their new
Born to Mr. and Airs. Herman
Bradham last Friday morning a baby
Mrs. Dr. Dickson was the guest of
her daughter, Mrs. A. L. Jones, in Co
lumbia over Sunday.
Mr. Harry Steinhardt, proprietor of
'he Manning Ilide and Fur Company,
is mn New York on business.
Mr. Benn Ness has purchased the
home of Mr. .1. V. E.iwards on upper
church street a ni he nad Ml xs. Ness
will move nto it in a few l;iy.
Mr1s. Iolbert )uni:'pe :n'l little
daugh t r. .Jewel of Denver. Colorado,
are vis in'y their mother, .irs. S. R.
Mr. in ! .\lrs. I1d Reardon arrived in
Manning ( - ay : an-I are now
domiciil'ed ax the ' e of Ml r. and!
Mrs. 'urman rihx B amlxx.
Tlher'e is to he a barn'eca& andxt hot.
suxpper' at 13hywood selnd Louse Fr'i
day even ing: Novemnberv 7th for the
b enefit of the sch1i ol. The pubxa is
C'oncx'il at their met'inrg Mondxay
might madle anoxrthe'r great pr ogressi ve
step) for Malnninx:- T[hey dacidedl to
unider'grouxn the e'letrie wires in the
butsine'ss pmt Iion of the town, and in..
st-ll a "white-wvay" ofx the most
mxoderni kind, andl onei that wvill he as
upt-ta-dat(' xs any' large'x eitv. In all
there will he :US steal ;osts wvithI ornxa
Optome1C't ristx ,
MANNING, S. C.
Make Your F1
WAe have the goods to ins51
Sun Maid Raisins,
Glace Citron, Glace C
SGlace Pineapples, D~rie
Extract of Rose, Virgi
SM ince Meat, Pure .Jellie
Canned anid Shredded Coc
nuts, Walnuts, Almond
Rtemtemb~er you can ah
freIsest oods Fomd Clro
We are at yc
B. B. BR
"Only the host in1
I NMEM Eu.....
EEVIL WITH HOGS
Monday was saleaday and the on
land sale was that of Wilcox. Th
is the home place of the late J. Vi
McLeod and in the edge of town
Manning and very valuable. It w.,
bid in by F. L. Wilcox, attorney f
We had a paper from Brooknea
Va., last week showing an advertis
meat of Mr. R. D. Cothran who
running a warehouse at that plac
From the prices that are being pa
for tobacco at that place the farme
are certainly making some profit. th
Mr. R. D. Clark is managing 'tl
Farmers' Warehouse at La Grang
N. C., for the balance of the seaso
This house is owned by a number<
prominent men of that town and th<
called on Mr. Clark to manage tl
house for them. Mr. Clark has
reputation all over the tobacco be
for his ability as a warehouseeman
Rev. S. A. Nettles is in Manning t
day visiting his sister, Mrs. E.
Alsbrook and his brother, Dr. L. V
Nettles. Mr. Nettles is en route
Washington, Georgia to perform tI
marriage ceremony of his oldest so
Abie S. Nettles, to Miss Dillon
One solid car load of hardware ai
"Diamond Edge" cutilery from ti
sharpleigh Hani ware Company h
hbeen placed in stock at the Alde
man Stores and througn the courte;
of this concern their representativ
J. J. Wescoat was here for the ope
Swift and Company's manager
harleston seemed to be one of ti
ost popular persons in the store
h e A ldermian op)ening Fridlay at
wm kept busy handing out beautif
useful souvenirs sent on dire
rm the Chicago ofie especially fc
Mr. A. Abram; is closing out his e:
tire stock of goods preparatory to r
iode'lime his store. Mr. Abrams ha
cottractedl for a front that will I
second to none in the State, and h1
idea0 is to sell off all of his tpresri
stock and carcry nothing but thIe fine
tgoods that enn1 he bought.
Ileud the big lage ad, of We'inheu
Co., in this issue, and when in ne<
of anything in their line give them
(all. Thliis c omer n carries ntoth ir
but the best. andi they huave( a stot
that will do credlit to a large c'ity.
Council met Mlondbay night andl 4I
eiled to ra)ise' the sahn-y, of the poldi('
mien to $100il. per mo- each(1. T
willI meet the~ app~rov.. of the (it
wans we are satistied, as theW oflieel
"urformi their (luties will and faitl
IturaIl Pol iceman0 ( Gamle reizAed
CaIses of hitters at Summterton Ia:
n atrday. T'he goodls wvere shipped I
he P'eoples W/holesae rcrv'' C<
of Stummnerton, and it is said that ti
~tuff' was a pretty fair gtrade<
ruit Cak Now
ire a goodl cake for you.
White Rose Currants,
inger, Glace Cherries
:1 Figs, Best of Spices,
nila D~are, Grape Juice,[
i, Swift Premium Oleo,
oanuit, also F'reshi Cocoa
s, Israzil Nuts and~ S. C.
vays get the best and
'endIon County's Largest
E EEEEEEe EEEEEEEi
y Marry Brunson a colored woman
is living near Summerton, was called to
. her uoor last Friday night and when'
>f she opened the door she was met with
is a load of shot which tore her face
>r completely off. Rural Policeman Gam
ble was sent for and he arrested a
darkey by the name of Bozier Con
yers and placed him in jail. The wo
man lived until Monday.
is All confederate soldiers and widows
of soldiers who has not enrolled un
der the law of 1919, which is known
as the Honor Roll, ani those who
have be-n on the pension roll before
are requested to go to the Probate
Judge's office at once ind enroll..
e Those who have been on the pen
e, sion roll must re-enroll or they will
n. be deprived of their pension next
1C Mrs. John D. Gerald delightfully
a entertained the "Priscilla Club" on
t last Tuesday afternoon with a Hallow
een party. The guests were met at
the door and ushered into the living
. room where black cats, bats and
witches were everywhere. After all
. the guests were in, a contest was held
to in which Mrs. C. B. Geiger was the
e winner and was presented with a pret
n, ty bunch of chrysanthemums. The
yf guests were then taken into a room
where refreshments were served. The
table was decorated in true Hallow
een style with a big pumpkin forming
1(d the centerpiece. The members all
i enjoyed this unusual program.
r- Master John I). Gerald entertained
y a few of his class mates on Friday
e, evening the occasion being a Hollow
1- en party. ''he guests were met at
the gate by two ghosts and taken to
the large back porch where grining
)f faces, skeletons, cats, witches and
IC ghosts were everywhere. The cos
it tumes were quaint and varied and it
id was impossible to tell who was who,
al until the masks were removed. Each
t guest was then taken to a little booth
n' where a fortune teller read every one's
future. Several Halloween contests
were entered into, which afforded
i- much merriment. After refresh
meats were served the whole party
is went down to Alderman's store. After
0 coiming back to the house each one
is was presented with a little Halloween
it box of candy. Everybodly voted a
tgoodl ti me as they left.
gMr. N. IH. Fitzgerald, the genial
Smanager of the Charleston branch of
d Swift and Company and Mr. .Jinm Wall,
a wd esmn iifor the sa me concern wvere
g imon the visitors here (luring the
k week.- B. B. Breedin features Swvift
ind Company's Premium I Tams and
Bacon and has recently installed one
- of the latest model refrigeration out
its wvhiebc enables him to hianadle
s resh meat and the addait ion of this
-ep;artment fillIs a lon~ felt need for
liSst (lass WVestern meat~s.
-While here Mr. Fi tzgeraldl and Mr.
IWall made att ract ive the show win
(low of' the B. B. Breedin store using
8 the Swift products ini trieir display. A
;t umlique feiture of this display was
o "Swift's little cooik" whiich provedl
.,pleasing to t he ch ildreno.
SMr. Fitzg/4eralId has bieeni comin g to
foiur town for a number of years to see
hiis old friends and to make new ones
and claims the privilege of counting
o'n' Capt. A. IH. Breed in as one of hiis
(CIANG;ES IIOUR 'OF WORIIP
Eicplservice' every Sunday
:tftrnon at 4 o'clock. Rev. Mr.
W Xalker of Sumter ofliciat ig next
Sunday. Public invitedl.
'lTUESDAY, NOVEMIlEER II
In accordaince with instructions
from headquarters of the South Caro
linma Cotton Associatioin, t he me(mbers
of the Cotton Association in each
TIowvnshiip will meet at such time and-I
1lac ini their Tiownship) as the 'Town
. ship Comimittees may appoint on Tues
ilay, November l1th, to orgaizes t heirm
Townshilp A ssociations. Thl e mom..
ber1s will elect a P'resident, V ice Pre
sidlent, Secretary and three Director's.
These Directors will immedl((Iia tely list
- in dupjlicat~e the name of1 every eligi
3 1)be pe'rson in their To',wnsh ip, giving
3 h is P'ost Office address, who is inot a
1memb er, and bring one of t.hese lists|
to the meeting on November- 14th at'
the C'ourt House.
FrIday, November 1-1th.
A convnntion onth ihrectosao all
G, S. C.
the Townships is hereby called at the B
Court House at Manning, S. C., at 11 W
a. in. on Friday, November 14th next.
The State Management is very in- B
sistent upon every Directors of the vi
County being present at this meqt- R
While every member of the County B
Cotton Association is invited and urg- S
ed to be present on November 14th,
and participate in the discussions,
only the Directors can vote in the
At this convention wil be elected a
President, Vice President, Secretary,
and an Executive Committee of five
members. It will also elect three -
members of the State Board of Direc- I
While I have written personally to
every Township Committee, sending J
them full instructions about these
meetings, urging upon them to give
every member in the Township notice
of the meetings, out of abundant cau
tion I am giving this public notice
that every member may think about --
these meetings, talk about them every
(lay, that Clarendon may have one of
the strongest organizations in the -
Remember, every County in the
State will be doing on these day';
\ hat you are called upon to d.
W. C. D -\ VIS, I.,
County Chairr- an.
l'INEWO)lO) C(OMMUNITY lAIR ~
A community fair will be held at
Pinewood oil Iriday, November 7th,
the fair opening at 10 A. M.. and -
closmg at 6 P. M. The fair will be !R
htId in the Pinewood High School
aili on the grounrb. -:oining. There
wiil be all kinds of exhibits of cann
ed i ruits and vegetables, pickles and
preserves, fyjtncy work and flowers. D
An attractive exhibit. is being ar
r.nged by the girls department, un
de~r the su perv~isi-m of H-ome Demion
stration A gent Mrs..McPherson, on]l
who will have exhibits showving what 61
thec girls and women's clubs ot tne
<(rnty are doing. This exlibilit wll
b-.. educational as wvell as attractv
so don't miss seeing it.
All farmers in the (ounIt~y an/d every
one interested in agricuilturn wvill be I
initerestedl ini the agric'ulturail exlhibits,
livestock ail poultry dlepartmen.lts
which the' farmrs in the Pinewoodl
section will exhibit. Tere is a
chance to see what the pecople around ~
Pinewoo: are doinig andt if they are T
aheaid of you get sonme p)ointers from
hem. If you are dloing better than
hey giv'e t hem some point ers.
One very interesting feature wvill
be the corn (display. This is impor- ..
I ant for this county especially as the
boll wveevil is nowv with us and we
must ra ise more and( better corn, and
not. so many va rie'ties.I
A 1ractor demonst rat ion will beI
s'iven in the afternoon and all a
th rough the day there will be races
anI other athleet ic events between the a
school chiildren. There will also b~e a F
basket ball game( betwveen the. high
school girls (of P'inewoold and some
nearby team. IRefreshmiients wvill also ]]
he on hand. The people of P'inewvood
are very enthusiastic over the fair and
are taking great interest in it. Every- I
one in Clarendon should visit the fair
and see wvhat (oe corner of thieirm
(ounhty is doing.
A. M4. Musser,
LO)VEL[Y SIKOWVEl( (GIVEN IN
IIONOR OF' MISS SJSTRUINK(
A unique miscellaneous showerwa
given by Mrs. Hlerbert Sistrunk and
Miss Marly Biethune W edinesday a fter
noon)1 in honor of Miss .Julia Sistrunk,
a bride of the wveek.
After the arrival of all thle guests
a hook was. Ipassed a round with the1
requesCt thast each oiie write sonie bit
of "cxplCeince or inIexperience"' of
their own that. might prove as5 good(
advice to the bride-to-bte. TIhe readl
inig of these exper'ienlces proved to be
a source of much merriment.
Next the guests were given seis
sors and paper and asked to cut nse
fit I a)1r1 '''i' the nelosion of th is
little Mary Mist runk and Ilarr'y
Plowd'rn ('amne in and found a huge
basket filled w ith lovely gifts for the
A\ tmina ture weddeinig cnke was cut,
the ringr falling to Miss JTulia S is
'ronh thbe t himrble to Miss Germain
Sandifer andl the dinie tn Mrs S. R. a
FIGHT THE BOLL WI
riggs. A delightful salad course I
ith iced tea was served.
The guests included, Mesdames
orton Rigby, Joe Rigby, S. E.
riggs, Covert Plowden, Stuart Har
n, Leon Weinberg 'English Plowden,
Ebert Jenkinson, Scott Harvin, Jake
eman, Harry Curtis, Sam Kellett,
ertrude Sistrunk, Misses Corrinne
arfield, Nina Sistrunk, Germain
'E ARE proud of the confideice doc
tors, druggists and the public have
in 666 Chill anl Fever Tonic. 46-c.
HONE 233 for good clean plumbing
or heating. *R. L. Dowdy, next to
[JST COME IN-Nice lot of Horses
and Mules. Everyone a worker.
See us first. Coffey & Rigby.
HONE 233 for good clean plumbing
or heating. R. L. Dowdy, next to
DST-One White spotted cow with
one horn shelled off. Notify H. K.
UB-MY-TISM is a great pain killer.
It relieves pain and soreness caus
ed by Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Sprains, etc. 46-c.
OfR SA L .E.' -Nitrate of Soda, Blood,
Fish tankage, Meal. Acid Phosphate,
Potash. Salts. Write inc for prices.
C. J. Dwyer,4ilmter, S. C. tf-c.
HONE 233 for good clean plumbing
or heating. -R. L. Dowdy, next to
UB-MY-TISM is a powerful anti
septic: it kills the poison caused
from infected cuts, cures old sores,
tetter, etc. 46-c.
PIVING HORSES, work Horses and
rules at Cofl'ev & Rigby's. The
h-st b~unch th-it ever came in our
stables. See them first.
.16 HAS MORE imitations than any
other Chill and Fever Tonic on the
market, but no one wants~ imita
ions in medicine. They are dan
OST-A wvhite Poodle (log with, yel
low spot (.1 side of head, answers to]
1nme of wreek. Will pay' $5.00 re
wvard for same'. E. ;31. Watt, Sum
lIE BESTI "a. you ever looked at
horses and Mules. Coffey & Rigby
'iake a specialty of getting the
ho'st always. This lot represents
the very best. See them now.
J'othing to add but water
nd mix and you have a
plenldid cake mixture. ry
atia-Cake and see for your
. B. B RE ED I N' S1
SPure Food GroceryJ
To~( those who have mist
real first class fruit cake v
Brom's Old Virgi
the fruit cake par exceller
This cake is rich in cry
it is a (cake well worthy (
The Supply is liml'itedl I<
B. B. BR E
Only the b)eSt in I
P. S.-Old Virginia Fruit
served together makes a
~EVIL WITH HOGS
66 quickly relieves Constipation, l
iousness, Loss -of Appetite and
Headaches, dues to Torpid Liver.
Please hand your. . subscriptions or
renewals of subscript.ions to The
Saturday Evening Post, Ladios
Home Journal and Country Gentle
man to William Arant, authorized
Curtis agent, Manning, S. C..
WANTED-To sell my eight room
house and lot including several out
houses. Good location and con
veniences. For information apply
to J. W. Anderson, Summerton, S.
WANTED-Two girls to act as opera
tors. Good salary. Apply in per
sonto J. F. May, Supt. Manning
MIAXWELL CAR in good condition
for sale. Bargain for quick sale.
Looks good and runs good. Claren
don Motor Co. 1t-pd.
PHONE 233 for good clean plumbing
or heating. R. L. Dowdy, next to
[F YOU WANT A HORSE or hule
that is ivorth the money ask to seq
the bunch in Coffey & Rigby's
Stables. They're the best we
have had yet.
36' HAS PROVEN it will cure Mala
ria, Chills and Fever, Bilious Fever,
Colds and LaGrippe. It kills the
germs that cause the fever. Fine'
WANTED several saleswo
men, Apply by letter or.
in person. Alderman's 20
Stores in One, Chas.
Woods, Mgr., Manning,
The cake that has won the
praise of Clarendon County
Gardners Famous Cake
5 shipments received a
For sale Only by
B. B. B R E E D I'N 'S S
Pure Food Grocery
~D[GE PR[PARATORY SCHOOL
\!rx. E. C. Nettles Alsbrook, Principal
Manning, South Carolina
Fourteen standar~d units high school
['nglish, French, Latin, mathematics,
uistory, scienlce andl~ penmanship).
i'horough prepara tion for any college.
itudlents for Winthrop and Clemson
vin honors. Indlividlual instruction.
l'horough grounding. Rnapid progress.
tudlents~ accompllish mlore in one year
han othorwise in two. Tuition, 86
veeks, $45. Blenefliiry scholarships
re oficred by Winthrop, Clemson, thle 'A
'itad~el and SouthI Carolina University
or which sp(ecial coaching will be
ivn for competitive examinfations.
~ed all the goodness of a
ie would like to a(cquaint
~nia Fruit Cake
stalized fr'uits and nuts,
*f the name of Virginia.
't us have your order
cats and Meats.
Cake and Virginia Dare
temnting dert. -