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the Manning imes.
Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1920
Miss Panina Bradhain is visiti'ig in
Mr. Taylor Stukes of Charleston
spent Easter at his home in Manning.
rhe town election conies off next
Mr. Harry Gerald, who is in the to
bacco business in Kentucky is at home
for a few days.
The friends of Mrs. H1. R. Boger
will be saddened to learn that. she is
ill with pneumonia.
Dr. and Mrs. Ahe Weinberg spent
last Sunday in Manning at the home
of Mrs. Rosa Weinberg.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. larvin are at
Cope, Orangeburg county, visiting
their daughter, Mrs. 1). D. Salley.
Mrs. B. D. Refo and children of Co
lumbia are visiting th-Ir parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Furman Bradham.
Died suddenly last Saturday at his
'home near Bloomville, Mr. Charlie
Mr. Preston Thames of Florence
Visited his parents, Mr. and Mirs. P.
B. Thames in Manning this week.
Ralph King is spending the Easter
holidays at hs home in Manning. Ho
will return to Wofford next week.
Our streets present a much neater
appearance since council had all of
the signs taken down in front of the
Mrs. W. A. Galloway and Mrs. John
Finney and children of Clinton are
visiting the home of Mr. J. M. Gallo
way near Manning.
Mrs. 1l;n Hydricks, who has been
spending several weeks in Manning,
left last week for a visit in Orange
Mrs. M. L. McCollough is in the
Florence Infirmary, having undergone
an operation for apendicitis last
hittle Marian Williams had the mis
fortune of fallirng from her bicycle
last Sunday, and the accident caime
near resulting seriously.
Last Friday was Field day for the
colored schools of the county. but
owning to the inclement weather the
crowd was small.
Mr. and Mrs. I.. It. Bradliami and
little son of Columbia are the guest
of their parelnts, Mr. and Mrs. .1. F.
Born to Mir. and Mis. M P. Ingr'am
in S1p1ingfield. ()!hio last week, a baby
boy, Mrs. Ingram is a dau1ghiter of
Mr. am Ars. 1'. B. Thames of M ann -
The Tuwentyieth (inu Mother's
Club will eniet in Gra Jury rooi at
Court liouste on F" riday afternoon, at
four O'lo'k. All iothei's aT cr
(ially invited to this meeting.
Come to see the "Spiinsteris Convyen
tion Big Brmanch sch'lool aud itorium
April 9, Fi'iday afteinoon 8:00) o'cloc'k.
See Proflessoi' la keovei' transftor'm thme
old maids into blutsh ing youiig hldies.
The Woffoid G lee Clubi played( to a
packed house last Tlhursdnay night ini
the school auditoium, and the cinvie
league realIiz'ed a nea t sum i fr'oim the
re'e iplt s.
hianm, Mr i. Yarber i anad Miss Blackmiiani,
both of Tmhe kville. The groom is 60
yeai's of age anmd the bride is just
Progr'am iiof W\o m an's Mission ary'
Soc iety of the Methodist Chur ich. Will
meet Monday a fter'mnoon A pr'il 1 2thm at
4:30 o'clock at the Church.
Tlopie. --life Sei'vice.
Bi"o 'I esson -"'In Chist Men Be
comor P o'ssessorsM of New Iinnei' P~ow
er." AlMs. J1. D. G;erald.
('on test- -"Ourin Work in Clhina."' con
(lucted by M rs. G. M. Sinith.
"('hrist ian I lomeo as Recruiting
Station" Mis. J1. A. Cole.
Collection of dnues.
Tlhe ainnial pubilc meiet ing of the
Woman's Chrmiistian Tlempleranice Un
lon to celebrate Frances Willard( Mem
orial Day, wvill he held ini the Baptist
chorch Sunday night, A pril 1I, at the
usual hmour' foi' ('vening worship. The
sermon on thuis occaisionm will be preac'h..
ed1 by flev. J1. A. Eaisleny, and a ser'vice
of special mlusic' and swig will be ren.
dered. T[he pastors and congregations
of .all the cli(hurcs arcemril ly in
vited to attendr aind take pai't ini this
Mi's. .Joseph Spiott,
President W. C. T1. (1.
A fact Blue Ribbon Peaches
are the best Evaporated1
Peaches on the market. A
5 pound box of these peeled
Peaches for $1.50.
B. B. BR E EDIN'S
Pure Foodl Groery.
Drug Store C
To our many friends ay
We take this opport
patronage given us dur
the drug business. We
Doctors Geo. L. Dickson
will continue the same I
and under the same nan
to serve you on the min
thing in their line.
Again thanking you
Rev. W. S. Myers spent part of last
week in Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Chewning made a
visit to Summerton to see relatives.
Mr. Edd Wilson visited Sumter this
Miss Cera Thompson is visiting
friends in Olanta.
Miss Ruth Rawlinson who is attend
ing school in Manning spent the Eas
ter tide with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. F. Rawlinson.
MIrs. John June has returned from a
visit to friends and relatives in. Sum
The school had a big treat on last
Friday when the faculty gave an egg
hunt 6n the campus.
The services held Sunday were very
appropriate when the Rev. W. S.
Myers gave one of his able addresses
on the "Ressurrection," from the text
"le is not here he is risen" Mark,
Mrs. Elliott of Blenhiem is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. D. S. Cottingham.
Miss Sauls of the faculty of the
high sehbol spent the week-end in
There is quite a good deal of inter
(st heing ant'icinted in the meetinge
of trstees, patrons and teachers tc
he held at the Court nouse in Mann
ing April 10, 12 noon.
M iss Viola Marsh of Danville, Va.,
is visiting Miss Pauline Grumble.
Mr. Joe Mitchum and sister, Miss
Birtie M itehum spent a day last week
DEAH'l OF P. L. 11OLL.AA Y
On Sunday, March 28th, Mr. P). L.
IHolladay who lived about.seven miles
west of Manning (ied very suddenly.
IlIe was in his seventy-fourth year.
His passing away was a great shock
to his friends as well as his relatives,
although they had expected the eld
for some time.
Mr. Holladay has always lived a
3 Eight Foot Coi
ed -Plate Glass Top:
1 Ten Foot Refrig(
600 lb. ICe Chamn
Glass Tops; D)ouble
splendid1 fixture for
$250.00 will sell for
1 Detroit Au'
Comnplete from 4<
up to 120 lbs. In
Present value of t
$200.00. Will sell ft
imagine glacs(es make you look
feel. A pair of proper01ly fitti
making you fe el young. Eficie
if your (-yes are not perfect.
in a hundred are. A gi'eat me
conId it ion until t he test is made.
unity to thank you for the
ing the fifteen months in
have sold our business to
and H. L, Crouch. They
>usiness at the same place
e and will always be ready
ite whenyou want any
The buy word for the best
in Coffee is Chase and San
born's Seal Brand. Good
coffee never harms anyone.
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery. I
very quiet Christian life. He joined
the Baptist church when he was a
young man. In his latter days he was
not able to attend church much but he
was a daily reader of his Bible.
.- e was one of the mot honest men
the writer has ever known. He always
always kept his business affairs
straight. When he (lied he owed only
one little debt anZI a bill of it was
found in his pocket book. He not only
taught his children to be Christians
but he lived an example for them. He
Nyas laid to rest in the Davis burying
ground near Grahams church of which
he was a member at the time of his
death. The funern1l was conducted by
his pastor, the Rev. 0. W. Triplett.
Although the weather was very bad,
a large crowd had gathered te pay
their last respects.
His grave was a beautiful mound of
fk.w.rs. ie leaves a devoted aged
wife and three daughters: Mesdam-nes
T. A.; D. J. and H. A. Bradham of
Manning. and three sons, Y. A. R. T.
and W. .1. Holladay. Mr. Holladay
was a Confederate soldier and wen';
Some exceptional bargains
can be obtained at our store
on some odds and ends of
goods we are discontinuing.
Ask us, are better still leL us
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery.
mnter Show Cases
ect Shelves; Bevel
s. Oak Fnished,
~rator Sbhow Cases
ber, Beveled Plate
Glass insulation. A
a market or Candy
sent value about
to 60c and weighs
hese scales :over
roc ery Co.
old. You are just as old1 as you
d glasses is a powerful factor in
ney demalndls that you wvear glasses
only'about thirteen pairs of eyes
nly peopte are unaware of the real
SA N T,
O ME TR IS T,
of Spring SI
new; the fab
are sure tha
Home of Ha
brough Iany hardships for his coun- Jij
Veep not that his toils aye over,
Veep not that his race is run;
lod grant we may rest as calmly
Vhen our work, like his is done.
Ie bids him rest for a season. ience v
'or the pathway had grown too steep; fully e
And folded in fair green pasture of the
ic giveth his loved one sleep." give cc
A Friend. sive at
CANDl~IDATES FOR ALIDERMEN ....,.
The following Citizens of the town CAN
av~e considlered to let their names be
sed as Aldermen of the town: I an
J1. D. GER ALYD the to'
C. E. CIIEsTPNUTr. of Api
C7ANDIDATrE FOR MAYOR
I hereby announce myself a candidl-C
*tc for the office of Mayor of the towvn
*f Manning in the coming election of
tpril 12th. With four years exper
VWhy not try a quart of tis 11
hose nice California Black tion.
LSye Peas. s.hol":
B. B. BRE EDIN'S lina U
Pure Food Grocery. amni
Not what your property cos
mine the amount of your IN~
value of the dollar. Carry en
you will get dollars enough to
WE INSURE EVEI
S. W. BARRON
ist received a shipment
iirts. The Patterns are
rics are the best that can
They come in all styles,
colors. We have them in
id Pure Silks.
0.00 to $15.00
suit any purse, and we
t we can please you in
Drop in and see for
D. J. Chandler
rt Schaffner & Marx Clothes
umter, S. C.
t in large, juicy PruneS The following ticket has agreed to
serve the town for next two years if
B. B. BR EEDIN'S elected:
'ure Food Grocery. AM: r
s alderman, I feel that I am111 L. DICKSON
apable of knowing the desiresS.JSMT
masses. If elected I promise to S. L. HUGGIN&
the people a clean, progres- . i. WITE
1117GHI C. McKELVEY. A. C. BRADHAM
a canddate fr Aldemaneo
Gno ann nteeeto . . BEDIS
ii 12. Yor vo.e is oliIited
~. ~. APELT. Pu . Foo RGBoY.
HUGH . cELVE. eteA.bok riCiBADHA
a cnddae orAdmNNI f SOUn grCARLNA~m
urn ftanarunin ig h slcoo Br.g Frech BREEIN'Stma
stoyegne nlPrenparTor prpaaton o nol
Students for Winthrop and Clemson win honord. Indlividual instruc
Thorough grounding Rapid progress. Students accomplish more
year than otherwise in two. Tuition, 36 wveeks, $45. Beneficiary
ships are offered by Winthrop, Clemson, the Citadel and South Caro
niversity for which special coaching will be given for ,:ompetitive ex
rm begins January 5, 1920.
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dty & Insurance Co.
JOHN C. BAGNAL
Manning, S. C.