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TEEVIL WITH HOGS
Soldier Alderman Ridgill has re
turned home after seeing service or
the firing line in France.
Mesdames D. M. Blanding and Hat.
tie C. Ingram both of Suiter, art
guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs
Mrs. J. H1. Orvin took first, anc
second prizes, on four pieces of fancy
work at the Pinewood Fair of lasi
Miss Rounette Ilirschmana gave ar
informal dance Friday night at hei
home in honor of her guest, Misi
Raphan of Charleston.
Mr'. and Mrs. A. L. Jones of Colm
bia spent last Sunday at the home o
their parnets Dr. and Mrs. G. L. Dick
son1 in Manning.
Mrs. E. B. Ness was given a sur*
prise party Monday night by a num
her of her young friends, the affai
being~ in the nature of a kitchen show~
T1-c'v" rx-idenc'e of' Mr. R. I). Cothrai
cau~ht fire from the dining room flu,
last sunday morning, but by q~uic1
work of the fire department L .1..wa
l ittle dIamnage done.
D)iedl last Saturday nmning~ at he
home in the Fork section Mrs. Eliza
hethi DuRant, aged about 80 years
The funeral was held at Midway os
Tlhe MIann ing pol ice force roundet
upj a crap game Saturday night, an<
caught three white men working th.
bones. The fine was ten dollars eack
On Sunday morning they again won
after the spor'ts, and this time the;
mad" a better haul. Eight darkie
were c'aught ini the driag net and:
small fine of $25.00 (each was place,
ver's in the building line.
-r'oomr Bungalo iln Sumnter
Tfhis Bungalo is finished
Boar'd inEstead1 of plaster.
anHIyone through this
(erits of mnodernl buiilding.
SIYMTER, S. C.
FIGHT THE BOLL V
ST. PETERS LODGE NO. 51, A. F. M.
Regular meeting Friday, December
5th at 8 o'clock, p. m.
Master's Degree--Annul Supper
Election~of officers. Arrear list. See
the stewards and secretary.
F. L. Wolfe, Charlton DuRant,
Secty. W. M.
the , aimduig times.
Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19
Meeting of Shr-ine club at Masonie
l'lail at nine o'clock Monday night.
Miss Gene Rippan of Charleston is
in Manning~ visiting her friend Mrs.
Mrs. Dan HiIIydrick has ret urned to
her honme in ,lonesville aftei spending
ai week with her par'ents ini Manning.
Mrs. 11. D. Stalnakeri and children
left last F riday for a week's visit with
relatives.an I friends in Kershaw.
Mr. L. D. Sports of near Davis Sta
lion ha5 purchased a two ton Superior
truick from Harvin Motor Co.
Capt. A. II. BIreedin~ has been con
fined to his bed severa'i %::r but we
learn he is .some better now.
Eyesi Exainined Glasses Fitted
J. E. AlitANTl, P11. C.
MANNING. S. C.
Tlhe gr eatest monley-Si
I havo finis~hed up a Six
at a savitig of over $1200.
- on the insgi(le with Burlap
I will 1) glad to shov
house and expla1in the m
ion is F
, and the gro
' kids; it's a t
or them, and the owner of the join
had to come across with $40.00 bucks
The Mayor has given orders to th<
police to stop all gambling in the
town, and it goes without saying tha
these orders will be carried out, foi
Manning has a police force that wil
do their duty regardless of person. S<
$4 your dollars
Boscul is a full.-value
coffee in every sense
in mellow strength, rich
flavor, invigorating ef..
.The chaff is removed
completely by o ui r.
scientific Boscul meth.
od and the valuable
coffee oils fully re
tained. You get the '
pure undiminished cof
Let your own judg
ment, n o t h i n g less,
decide on the goodness.
and real economy of
Your grocer will sup
ply you. Make it a.
point to ask him about
In tine and sealed o.,Mon
only. Netver in &ulk.
Wmn. S. Scull Company
Canmeen. H. J.
wn folks comt
utely no Char
reat for ever)
the day f for(
NG, S. C.
boys take this tip, cut out the easy
money game or "Jim" and "Tom"
will get you.
Died last Sunday night at her home
in Sumter, Mrs. J. B. Wilson. The
deceased was the mother of Mrs.
Shelby Davis of Manning.
M.rs. D. H irschmann left Saturday
for New York to visit her son, Jerome
Hirschmann and her daughter, Annie
Hirschmann. She will spend some
time with relatives in New York:
There will be a hot supper at the
Paxville school building, Friday, Nov.
21st. fla-becued pig, chickens and
turkeys, will be served as a minu.
Proceed to go for the benefit of the
The Jordan school children will give
an entertainment at the Jordan school
heus Frdayevening,. November 21st,
199-a :30 o'clock. Everybody is
mnvited to be present.
We again call councils attention to
cut outs on automobilen, which is very
annoying. Council passed an or'din
aince a few months ago against using
this nuisance, but drivers pay no at
tentio~n to the law. It should be en
forced or repealed.
Lieutenant Ingram Wilson returned
home last Friday from France, where
lie has been nearly two years. Lieut.
Wilson was in the thick of the fight
and received several charges of gas.
lie will go to Ft. McPherson in a few
dlays, as he has not gotten his dis
charge from the army yet.
Wake up kids the real "Buster
Brown" and his Dog "Tig" will be in
Manning and give a great reception
for everybody next Wednesday after
noon at 3:30 get all the girln and boys
together and see Buster and his Dog
entertain, it is absolutely free. You
have all read about "Bunter rand Tige."
You now have the chance to see the
original in real life. Come if you have
to wyalk. It's worth coming to see.
Buste'r Brown and his dlog Tigo will
be here to entertain the kiddies and
also the grown-ups on the 20th. Mr.
A. Abramns who handles the fluster
Brown line of shoes in Manning has
gone to a great (deal of expense and
trouble to have this entertainment
brought to our town and he deserves
a large attendance at the show. The
entertainment is absolutely free to all
and it will be given in the school audi
torium at 3:30 In the afternoon.
Watch for the parade of Buster and
The R. W. P'lowden land, better
known as the Holiday place, situated
on the pubhlic road 2 muiles ont from
Silver leading toward Paxville, was
divided into small tracts and sold last
F'rida v by te (ro::slandi-Tvson
Reality & Auction Company of Ben
ntsvill. The landi brought a hig
price. considlering the small crowdi of
people that id on) it. The nlace con
tained 530 acres, but all of t'his was
not sold. The total amount of what
was sold wan $16,914.75.
too. a chant
-ge. Bring yc
rbody to see
FIGHT THE BOLL
Notice is hereby given that Tay
Books for collection of City Taxes wil
be opened on Monday the 24th day o
November 1919, and remain open foi
a period of thirty days.
The levy is as forows: Ordinary
Tax 8 Mills; Water and Sowerage
Bonds 2% Mills; Street Paving Bonds
By order of Council.
E. B. Brown,
Clerk and Treasurer,
Mr. R. H. Singletary and Mr. J. D.
Dusenbury, both lawyers of Bishop
yule, will speak in the Manning Bap
tist church next Sunday at the regular
morning service. A full atten ance
of all the members of the church is
Visitors are cordially invited to this
and all other services at the Baptist
church. Regular services are as fol.
Iowsi: Sunday School at 10:15, morn
in~g worship 11:30, 13. Y. P. U. 6:80,
evening worship 7:30.
KEEP OFF FIRE TRUCK
Any one riding on the fire truck to
or from a fire except the regular fire.
nman are subject to a fine of $10.00.
Also people getting in the way of the
firemen at a fire will be fined. If the
compiany needs assistance any me.n:ber
can summon the necessary help. In
order that everybody might know who
is who during ft fire we publish the
list of the Manning fire department.
S. W. Barron, Chief; B. A. Wein
berg, 1. 1. Appelt, Wallace Plowden
Joe Yassney, Frank May, Tom Ken
nedy, H. C. McKelvey, Harry Riff,
Samu Kellett, Scott Bagnal, M. F.
Dantzler, Joe Nimmer Truck driver
Cud Bell, 11. New~man assistant
We have everything
dinner next Thursday.
dIon't forget to top off th
The peerl o
B. B. B]
:e to see
WEEVIL WITH HOGS
All colored teachers of Clarendon
county are requested to meet at the
colored school auditorium at Mann
ing, S. C., Friday, November 22, 1919
at 2 P. M. at which time the first
monthly meeting of the Clarendon
Teacher's Association will be held.
William L. Bryant,
All persons are warned against tres
passing or hutning on the lands of the
late T. N. Smith, near Alcolu, on the
Plowden Mill Road.
Dec. 24..c. Mrs. M. L. Smith.
Notice is hereby given that there
will be a meeting of the stockholders
of the Citizens Bank of Pinewood at Its
banking house at Pinewood, S. C., at
eleven o'clock A. M. on the 11th day
of December, 1910, to consider a re
solution of the Board of Directors to
increase the capital stock of said cor
poration to Fifty Thousand Dollara.
By order of Board of Directors,
R. C. Richardson,
D). R. Tide. Cashier.
To the traveling public. On account
of a sworn statement I find in my
office, made by Mr. J. .J. Epps, Chair
man of the Board of Commisiiioners
of District. No. 14, it is necessary for
me t~o order the Midway crossing
closed for traffic until further notice.
Aniyone using this crossing after this
date, will do0 so at their own risk.
.J. E. KELLY,
Chairman of the Board of County
munnumnumuunutum n nu
ng Dinner !
you nleedl for a bountiful
All freSh and .clean. And
.e dinner with one of those
f all of them.