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Published Every Wednesday
WEEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17
iRead Weinberg Companys adv. in
Mr. Otis 'Prescott of Charleston was
a visitor to Manning Monday.
Mr. Jos. S. Dickson spent Monday
Liave you gotten your Xmas "Mon
Mrs. L. C. Lloyd who has been
visiting relatives in Savannah, Ga.,
has returned home.
We learn that ,here vwill be several
business changes in .i.iing the first
of the year.
The friends of Air. R. C. Wells will
learn with regret that he is still ill at
Material is being placed on the lot
of Mrs. Amanda Ilarvin and she will
soon start the erection of her home.
Mrs. E. C. Horton is at the bed-side
of her husband, who is in Baker's
Sanitarium at Charleston.
Miss Mary R gby spent the week
end with her friend, Miss Francis lar
vin at Ilarvin's.
\iMr. T. V. ('offey returned home
Saturday from North Carolina, where
he had been to see his father who is
The most corn
works ever bro
- Get them at o1
in THE REX
*We have them reai
3 pigs and( bred sows. (
Istock, descendants of (
e (r's Model and~ other ni
Ibefore you buy.
EEVIL WITH HOGS
Little Virginia, daughter of Mr.
nil Mrs. Marion, Williams, is ill with
:.r. W. C. Whiteside left yesterday
'or Oxford, Ala. where he expects to
pend the Christmas Holidays.
Capt. A. 11. Breedin, who has been
-onfined to his room seve-al weeks is
uuch improve'd and able to be out
Messrs. J. D. Gerald, C. R. Tre.din
And F. P. Ervin spent last week in
Charleston, being in the United States
Messrs. C. M. Davis, Phelix Dingle,
Wallace Plowden and Soe Davis are
on Capers Island, near Charleston,
this week on a (leer hunt.
This issue of Th( Times is the
largest paper ever published in Clar
endon county. It contains 26 pages,
anl it is replete with reading matter
and interesting advertisements.
''here will be an entertainment at
Sar,iinia school Friday n:ght, Decem
-ojr 19th. First will be a free pro
gram after, which there will be a box
supper, and oysters will be served.
The public is most cordially invited to
Mr. L. D. Nettles of Alcolu has
bought the home occupied by Mr. S.
L. Davis and will move here the first
of the year. Mr. Nettles has also
purchased the business of B. A. John
son, and will continue business in the
Last Saturday Rural P -lE-man
Gamble went to the h"'e of Butler
Peterson, colored, - ' ves on Mr.
J. II. Timm0non's ph about three
miles of Manning. no found a still
and about 20( ga'.ons of mash. II(
plete line of Fire
ught to Manning.
we if you want
dy for sale---3 months old
)ur pigs are from the best
rin Cherry King, TPaxpay
rsted strains. LAok 0our over
roe Hog Farm,
ing, S. C.
++ttttete tttititt ttiU11111111U1
irn::twu:::uttti titUt UUiitutU iUtUW
>oured the mash out andi brought the he
till in with him. Peterson put up a te
200 cash bond. for his appearance at M
"The Flower Shop" a local talent w
)lay, gave a delightful entertainment H
it the School Auditorium last Wed
eslay evening. ,ti
The play was well acted, prettily S
Iressed and staged. And to add to the h
dllight of the lovers of good plays, tI
there was nothing objectionable in the
play. The charming little Misses of sa
Manning made an impressive appear- ti
ance on the stage, and each actor re- s'
ceived an enthusiastic encore. The
house was well filled with an appre- v
ciative audience. h
A delightful affair of Saturday c
afternoon was the music recital given
at the Swartz Studio by the pupils of
Miss Melite Swartz and Mrs. E. C.
Swartz. This is the first of a series
of such recitals to be given.
The program is as follows:
Dorothy Abrams, "Darling Heart"
Elizabeth Richardson, "Grandmoth
er's Minuet" Edward Gieg.
Louise Brown, "May Pole Dance"
Sarah Lesesne-'Consolation" Louis
Bernice Alsbrook, 'Minuet-Beeth
Helen Katzoff, Miserere II Foraton,
Charlie Davis, "Back to Our Moun
tains, Misercre, Verdi.
Catherine Arant, 2nd Valse, Durand
Francis Dickson. "Scene de Ballet,
Huerter Caboletta." Zach.
Francis Brown, Fantasie in D
Sextet from Lucia di Lammamoor,
At the conclusion of the musical nro
Lram an informal recention was held
the guests including the pupils and
OF THE H IlLLS"
larold Bell Wright's picturization
of his immensely popular novel, "The
Shephewrd of the H1ills," supervised by
the author personally will be the at
tracttion ait the Pastime theatre Sat -
urda,I Dheember 20th, beginning at
Sp. m. andi run continuously. T1he
film version brings to visual life the
lovable charact ers dear to the hearts
of more tha~n 15 ,000,000 readlers, and
those who see this masterpiece of tie
tionlti photography will be ale to fol
low the adventures of the quaint folk
of the Ozarks as they were related in
Ini puttting Ihis novel into tilmi form,
he auithor(i ilnsisted that the book
should Tm fol lowved page by page, r'e
fusing~ ibsolutel y to aliow a profes
ionali scena rioist to recast hiis story.
The result is a portrayal true to life,
aind hiighl y interesting for those who
-have read the hook, andi~ extrecmel y
fascinat ing fo. those w~.ho have not
per sued the printed pages, as the
-storv is iabsolut ely dIifferent from any
'motio p(11ictiure that. '.as ever been
f-11lied on a local sc rein.
A casit of unusual talent(, hast l ives,
-rather than acts the varcious roles, was
I.chosen by Mi. Wrigih t personal11y toi
in tirpret hiis story for the silIversheet.
.1 isep h ien ry Burgess wvas born in
Cla rendon county, Sout h Cariolina,
Ju lly 27. 18X78. anad peace fully fell
asleen iln Jesus at ii endeirson~villIe, N.
C.. May I, 1919.
lie wai~s of pious5 lineage. II is ani
cest ois ol' both sies oif thIi' house.
weire silrng, sturdy Scotclh- Iri'sh P'rs
byterians, and he inherituud their ex
eel lent qual it-ies. In the home, pre
s idIed over bty a godly father an ipliious
moither. he received hiis fircst rel igious
iinstriuc tion. l0arliy in life he madle
profession of faith in the Lord ani
accepited JIesus as his Saviou r, an<
on itedi with the old1 Brewme tton church
near' his home. While quiite a yount
mani i he re moved to Mayesv ille, S. C.
and engaged in business, and this wm~
hiis home until the last few months o
hiis life. le was a successftul farmne
and business imani, andu I uijoyed th
conifidlence( of the entire coimmnunity.
Soon after coming to Mav(esville h
''nited by letter with the Ma yesvill
P'resbyterian chitiuh, and took a dee
Iand ac'tive interest ini all thle work o
the uirch . Tlhe chutren hionored h ir
and( elected him to the* deacoiiate, an
for abou11t. tenO yearis he was11 a faithfi
0(nd zealous dleacon. lie gave hi
he'aritv sulpport. to every good causi
anid labored with zeial andl liberal it
for the adlvaniceme(nt of the K ingdloi
On Augtist (6. 1902, lie was mot~
happily mnarriedl to Miss Mary I
nemlin- . f Monesvill, S. C. In hr
.1, S. C.
found a helpmeet indeed, a laugh- I
r of one of the leading elders of the
ayesville church. God gave to them
'e children, three of whom, together
ith their mother, sur'vive him. Two, I
pile in infancy preceded him to the, 1
He trained his children in the nur
re and fear of the Lord. On the
i bath with his family around him
was always, found in the house of
He was public spirited and put him
df in line with every movement for
ic upbuilding of the community and
In 1918 he removed to Henderson
lle, N. C., in the hope that his
ealth, which was giving way, would
e restored. But it was not to be, his
srthly work was finished, and on a
right May day while a reviving earth
yd in many a beautiful symbol the
ruth of a resurrection, God called
im home to rest from his labors, and
is works do follow him.
Glorified with Him, forever and ever,
)h, what a future in store through
taught from His love can my soul
shall be like Him when I see His
IOY FOUND DEA)
NEAR PEAK HOME
Peak, Dec. 16.-On Friday, Decem
>r 12, this community was shocked
)y a terrible tragedy when the young
- - m
Let us' put away ti
the day in the good old
make this Christmas i
We wish every one
A CHRISTMAS S
2 Pound National M
Cake for $1.
25c a p~ack~a
Mince Meat, Fig
Pudding, Pickle, etc.
Everything to make
the Fruit Cake at.
For the best of Ch
Grocery. Ladies if yi
We are at your servic,
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2 year old son of Mr. and Mrs, W. H. w
uber of Peak was found dead in the w
voods with a shot gun wound in- the f<
end. Exactly how the young boy met b
is death is not known. He left home v
n the afternoon on horse back with fi
is father's shotgun to go hunting. Not y
rery long after he left, the horse he t
vas riding came home. Nothing at v
irst was thought of this as it was ex- t
>ected that the boy would return in a I
;hort while. Near night the family be- a
:oming alarmed over his absence,
searching parties were formed and c
near 8 p. m. his body was found in a r
patch of woods s
At the inquest which was held Mon
day it developed that his body was in
a patch of woods about 200 yards from
the main road, stretched out on his
back with head up the hill. The wound
was done with a shotgun, entering
back of head behind the right ear per
forating the skull, ranging downward
and to the left making its entrance
throug hleft lower jaw. No marks of
ivolence was found on body. The cap
which he wore at the time was still on
bp head, showed no powder burns. An
empty gun shell was found near the
body also gun wad. His horse had
been hitched about 40 steps from
where he was and nearer the road. The
chain which the horse was hitched with
ways Been Deei
te cares of business and our d
way. Our store is filled witi
inner and day a memorable 0<
a very happy Ghristmas.
inerva Fruit By t
~e. Bananas' ar
The World's Very Best.
This cake is called the cal
Iof the gods. Try and y<
Iwill know why.
~. F. V. Flavoring Extracts,,Sp
ristmas goodies come to Ma
)U call now we have a pretta
'Only the Best in Eats and M<
rEVIL WITH HOGS
as not foun4,.. No trace of the gun
ith which he left home has sen
)und, although repeatedly search has
ben made. The jury did not return a
erdict, the case being continued for
arther investigation althoug ha
oung negro boy was placed in jail or
he evidence of his 12 year old brother
rho testified that his brother told him
bat he had killed Harold Suber an(
id the gun. The boy arrested denies '
ny knowledge of the affair.
Sheriff Miller is still at work on the
ase and it is hoped the mystery sur,
ounding the young boy's death will
oon be cleared up.
Kansas City, Kan., Dec. 16.-Coun
iel for thirty-two members of the In
lustrial Workers of the World, on
rial in federal court charged with
violation of the esponiage act, sudden
y rested their case late today with
>ut offering testimony. The govern
ment already had rested. Arguments
then were begun. Fred Robertson,
United States district attorney for
Kansas opened for the government.
Eyen Examined U lasses Fitted
J. E. ARANT, PU. G.
MANNING. S. C.
aily routine and celebrate
best that can be had to
he Box or Dozen.
Tangerines, Grape Fruit
.d Malaga Grapes.
Br'omm's Old Vir'
e ginia Fruit Cake.
- Flour and Sugar.
nning's exclusive Fancy
r192(0 calendar for you.
U RE FOOD