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ibe fAikning OInes.
Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24 1920
Miss Lillian Kidd of Richmond, Va.,
is the guest of Miss Pauline Grumble.
Mrs. Leon Weinberg has returned
home from a visit to Georgetown.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Lewis
last Sunday morning, a baby girl.
Dr. H. L. Crouch attended a con
vention of "The Rexall" Druggists in
Columbia last week.
Miss Thomas of near Manning has
accepted a position in the local tele
Messrs. J. S. Dickson and Wade
Weatherford left yesterday to attend
the auto show in Columbia.
Only a few days kft to register for
the coming town election. If you wish
to vote, you must register.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Crouch of Lees
ville, spent several (lays this week
with their son, Dr. 1-. L. Crouch.
Mr. and Mrs. S. I. larvin and Mrs.
Bessie Lesesne are visitors at the
Auto show in Columbia today.
M.r. Chas. B. Smith, one ,..of The
Times force visited his home in York
Messrs. S. W. Barron and Shelby
Davis are attending federal court in
Florence this week, serving as jurors.
Mr. and Mrs. J. HI. Benedict of
Roselle, N. J., are spending some time
with their daughter, Miss Christine.
Mrs. L. L. Bomar of Spartanburg,
is the guest of the family of her son,
Mr. H. J. Bomar.
Francis Dillard, a nine pound baby
girl arrived at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. R. D. Cothran on March 14th.
Little Anna Bell Geiger entertained
her friends last Saturday afternoon
with a birthday party.
Little Lillian Rigby entertained her.
friends with a birthday party last
Mrs. W. II. Creecy has been ap
pointed postmistress at Silver in place
of Mr. A. L. Felder.
We announce the arrival of a baby
girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. :.nd Mrs. S. 1. Till of Sumter
spent Sunday at the home of Mr. W.
Mr. E. B. Brown, who was taken ill
in Savannah last week, has improved
sufficiently to return to his home in
Mr. N. Bert Hardwick will leave to
morrov for Akron, Ohio, where he has
accepted a position with the Goodyear
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Gerald of
Augusta who have been visiting at
the home of Mr. .Jno. ). Gerald, left
Monday for Camden.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Gray of Al
bernarle, N. C., are visiting in Manni
ing. Mr. Gray was once coroner of
Mr. Skinner, who has had charge of
the ('loth ing department at Alerman's
has resigned his position and accepted
a position with Mr. J1. HI. Rigby.
Mr's. I". C. Thomas, who underwent
an operation at the Baker Sanitarium
in Char'leston last week is convalesc
The depjar'tmenot storie of Mr'. A.
Abrams. wh'ien completed will be one
of the hai~ ndeet b)uildings in the
Mr's. S. M. Brown, Louise, F'rances
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. N. Bert Hard
wick, Miss Tora Bagnal and Scott
Tiagnal spent a fewv hours in Sumter
Mr'. L. L. Baker'. of Bishopville, was
in Manning yesterday wvorking in con
.iunc'tionl withl Mr'. A. M. Musser' in or
y~anaizine: a boy's puig club in Clarendon
Mr'. D~id' ~ Bradhami, a formeI(r Man
ning boy, but for the nast th:ree years
has been bookkeeper for the Interna
'.ional Unarves-ter Co., Columbia, has
been promoted and sent to the general
office at Chicago.
Dr. D). B. Stalnaker has moved his
ramily into the old1 court house. There
being no vacant houses in Manning,
they were forced to get rooms in this
Don't forget the Wofford Glee Club
at the School auditorium, Thursday,
A pril lat. This club is coming here
'nder' the auspices of the Civic
Those interested in a c'ounty fair for
this fall will meet at the court house
Friday the 26th., for the purpose of
electing new oflicers, etc. WV. T. P.
"Mr's. Wiw's of the Poultry Yard"
a play with Newv Zion talent will he
o'iven in the s'hool auditorium at
(reelyvville Fridlay night. March 26th.
'This play is; brimful of' humor and
pathos. Admission 40e andl 20c.
Fire on Thursday night last de
stroyedl a barn at Seloe with all its
contents. Mr. .1. F. Brockinton of this
place had the misfortune to lose ter
automobiles in the fire, one of then
being a brand new car.
We received this morning a copy oj
The Georgetown Index, this being th<
first issue of this paper. Mr. Eugen<
Beard is the editor of this newesi
Georgetown enterprise and the peoph
of that section can rest assured thai
they will receive a . spanking goo
paper from the hands of Mr. Beard.
Mr. C. M. Gilberson, who has beer
employed in the well known firm ol
M. Marks and Sons, Charleston, for
the past fifteen years, has accepted a
position with Mr. R. R. Jenkinson,
Mr. Gilborson conies highly recom
mended as a salesman, and we have
no doubt that he will make good in
A rumor is current here to the ef
fect that a marrage is being arranged
and will shortly take place between
Mr. Charles F. Johnson, of Wilson,
S. C., and Miss Blanch Fuch, of New
Heaven, Conn., May some favorable
star light up the path they have
selected, and guide them safely to the
gone of their wishes.-Contributed.
T(he Ladies' Missionary Society of
the Presbyterian Church- will hold its
regular monthly meeting at the resi
dence of Mrs. W. M. Plowden, Friday
afternoon at 4 o'clock. 'A full atten
dance is requested as it is the last
meeting of the Presbyterian year and
business of importance is to be trans
M[s. S. 1. Harvin,
Will every member of the Civic
League who is in arrears with their
iues, kindly send them in at once to
,he vice-president resiting nearest
them. This is an urgent plea ladies,
ind please do not over look it. The
vice-president have many duties be
sides the collection of these dues, and
wve earnestly request you to send
yours in at once. At the March meet
ng of the club it was voted upon and
lecided that each member of the
League be assessed an additional $1.00
:o assist in having the drive way on
.he School grounds paved and finished
m each side with a coping which will
>a in keeping with our streets and
idd materially to the beouty of the
mchool square. Will each member
lease send this $1.00 into their near
st vice-president as it N !!! imnos
;ibility for them to cover the same
rroid a seconId tina In order that
anch one may know who to send these
Lunds to the following ladies are the
iice-presidents of the League.
Mrs. J. H. Orvin. Mrs. I. I. Appelt,
\drs. J. H. Rigby, Mrs. C. B. Geiger.
A meeting of the Board of Trade is
:alled for Friday, March 26th, 6
'clock p. m. at the court house. All
members are asked to be present.
R. J. Alderman,
Twentieth Century Mother's Club
,vill meet on Friday, April 9th, at four
>'clock in grand jury room in court
iouse. Tho. progi am is as follows:
Piper-"What Every Wonan
ishould Know." Mrls. W. S. Plowdenl.
Poem-'-"I Remellber," Mrs. W. S.
Paper-"The Relation of a Perfect
Development of the Child's Appara
us for Digesting. Breathing and
keting, to Right Conduct and a Suc
lessful Life," Mrs. J. L. McLeod.
ReadiIg-V"Fault Positions,' Mrs.
Read ing--"Care' of Teeth ," Mrs.
Read ing-"'Out D~oor' Exercise,' Mr's.
i. L. Crouch.
Re(ading-"Min4 d anid Mor'als," Mr's.
All mothers are miost cor'dially in
ited to this meeting.
Mrs. .J. E. Arant,
Sec. Mother's Club.
COMING APRIL. VIIl'
A ftler many endleavor's the Civic
eague has managedl to secure ant en
o:gement wvith the Woftford Glee Club.
l'hese vouing college men wvill be vei-y
ileasantly remember'ed. having given
imost interesting program here last
'ear., Tlhey have increaised their
nlembier of artists to 19 andi give a
nuch mxore ela bor'ate per'for'mane
han11 (eer hefore. Don't forget the
Iat(' A pr1il 1st. at School Auditorium
:X0 P. M. P'ri(ces, reserved seats
1.00 gener'al admxission 75c and chil
iren under 14 years of age 35c. Trho
late April 1st. 8:30 P. M. School Aui
The music pupils of Mis. E. C,
Swartz and Miss Melite Swvartz gave
Fa most enjoyable music recital at the
Swvartz, stuiot F'ridav evening at eight
o'clock. This wvas -the second of a
series of such rec'itals to he given. Thc
excellent manner- in which the pupils
rendlered their selections i'eflects nmuchi
credit both on thoir instr-uctioni and
themselves. 'Thle progi'am followvs:
Op-tonm-c-trist, One who is skil
nmechanical means to determoin
tive states of the eye and the s
(Webster's International Dicti<
Tlhe Optometrist is able also t
eases of tihe eyes andI to advis
done1. When you have eye tro
Pleasant Morning-Feaibe, jlayich
,,Courteous Chiid-Weldig Teasing,
Loth, Vivian Katzoff.
Theo Clease-Frinel, 1ndna Thames.
The Wonderland Dnce-Lois
Sprngtime-Saenger, Austin Davis.
Valse-Becker, Myrtle Higgin
Silvery Sails-Mildred Thom5son.
Days of Chilvalry-Eugelmann, Mil
The Boy Paganini-Charlie Davis.
Adoration-Telma, Lula Rigby.
Mimet in Ed-Schubert, Souvenir,
Drdla, Lilly Emma Sprott.
Iris an Intermezzo-Friml, Spring
Shower-Fink, William Richardson.
Minstrel's Serenade-Lou, Lilly Em
ma Sprott, Frances Dickson.
Of Our Dear Grandmother, Mrs. Ester
You shall sleep, but not forever,
There will be a glorious dawn!
We shall meet to part, no, never,
On the resurrection morn!
When we see a precious blossom,
That we tender with such care,
Rudely taken from our bosom;
How our aching hearts despair! -
Round her grave we linger,
'Till the setting sun is low.
Feeling all our hopes have perished
With the flower we cherished so.
Yes you shall sleep, but not forever,
in the lone and silent grave;
Blessed be the Lord that taketh,
Blessed be the Lord that gave.
In the fright eternal city,
Death can never, never come!
In his own good time He'll call us,
From our rest, to home, sweet home.
Her Grandaughter, Leila.
Died of influenza at the home of her
grand-daughter, Mrs. J. P. Tucker,
near Bloomville, February 26th., Mrs.
Ester H1: DuBose at a ripe old age of
76. She was only sick nine days, she
was the youngest daughter of Col.
W. M. James. She was from one of
the finest families in South Carolina.
She was a member of the Methodist
Church ever since early girlhood, she
always wore a welcome smile, she way
faithful and true, and was patient in
hcr afflictions. She left only one son
and his wife, seven grandchildren and
a host of friends to mourn her death.
She was highly esteemed by all who
knew her. Her body was laid to rest
in Rehobath cemetery awaits the re
surrection morn when all shall be
'Twas sown in weakness here;
'Twill then be raised in power:
That which was sown an earthly seed,
Shall rise a heavenly flower!
SOLI)IERS, SAILORS, MARINES
All men eligible to membership ipl
The American Legion are invited to be
present at a meeting to be held in the
Masonic H-all, Manning, S. C., on y
Thursday evening, March 25th, at i
eight o'clock. The purpose of the t
ieeting is to organize the Manning
Post of The American Legion. Appli
cation for a Charter has been made
and authority to organize has been
granted by The State Commander,
pending the issue of the Charter by
National Headquarters. We want to t
see every eligible man in the county t
a member of the American Legion,
and we solicit your membership. There n
is a Post at Summerton, S. C. If you I
live in or near Summerton join that
Pest and we extend to such of you an
invitation tovisit our Post at Mann
ing. Those who live elsewhere in the
county-we want your membership in
t he Post at Manning. t
i'ollowing the enrollment of all (Ie- f
airing to join, wvill come the election Ir
of officers and the consideration of a al
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icmber of vital questions. We want not used for Clu
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'on the bekinning. Superintendent oi
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rendon men then it NTC
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FOR MAYOR ie~e,$.0 noehre 20
nee myself a candid-crs eat or nncmlac
>f Miayor of the town $50 r3 ly.Pes oeo
c, coming election ofsediasqik syo cnadgt
b four years exper- yu ies lts
n1, I feel that I amYorveytu ,
knowing the desires*JE.K LY
elected I promise tol uevor
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rendn me the itNOTICE
M. Wndhm, JdgeTo vehicle owners of Clarendon
F~'ucaionCoutyCounty: The law requires you ta reg
ister your vehicles in tho Supervisors
-o office by the first of May 1920.
SORAOR Licenses, $1.00 on one horse, $2.00
on twvo horse vehicles and $3.00 on-log
ne yefacni-carts. Penalty for non-compliance
n ao ftet~n$25,00 or 30 (lays. Please come or
e coingeletio ofsend in as quick as you can and get
hfu yer epe-your license plates.
,Ifelta IamYours very truly,
knowng te deiresJ. E. KELLY,
eleced prmis toSuperviosr..
The qualifiedl electors residing in
I~O L)IiIN Pinewvood School District No. 1 will.
hereby take notice that an election
~te or Adermn ofwill be held at the store of E. T. Bird,
nigith elcinin the Trowni of Pinewood, South Caro
rvoeisoiie. lina, on Tuesday April 6th 1920 f4~
I. I. PPELT. tho purpose of voting on the questio
eof whether said dlistrict shall levy an~d
tickt hs aree tocollect annually an~ additional tax 4
~r nxt ~vo ear ifFive (5) mills for general school pur
poses in saidl district. Voters are re
yrquired to have their registration cer
DAVIStificates and tax receipts. as required
emnin the general elections. Polls ye
DICKSON from 8 a. mi. until 6 p. m. by orde? of
SMITH A. E. FELJDER,
UGNSJ. ROLLIN KCOLB,
RIGBYD. R. LIDE,
WHITETrustees in and for Pinowood School
BRADHAM District No. 1.
BU SIN ESS
jose attention to all INSURANCE placed
'rust to Memory
icy expirations and thereby eliminate the
est in Insurance protection-any and all
TO-MORROW MAY BE TOO LATE
& Insurance Co.
JOHN C. BAGNAL
ng, S. C.
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