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Published Etery Wednesday
WEDNES'DAYj DECEMBER 29, 1920 D
Miss London of Pittsburgh, Pa., is
the gucest of Miss Netta Levi. h(
Mrs. Sue Harvin spent Christmas
with her parents at Salters.
Mr. Moses Levi is at home from .c
Washington and Lee.
Miss Celest Ervin, who is in Athinta M
this year, is at home for the holidays. D
Mr. R. D. Plyler spent Christmas at
"his old home in Lancaster. B
Born Tu-s(ay to Dr. and Mrs. H. L.
Crouch, a baby girl.
Mr. J. L. West of Sumter, spent the h
Christmas holid:ays with friends here.
Mr. an'd Mrs. .1. M. Shaw ai visit
ing relatives in Mayesville this week.
J. D. O'Bryan, Esq., of Kingstree
spent Christmas with his brother, S.
Oliver O'Bryan in Manning. .
Miss Augusta Appolt will leave to- 1)
morrow for Ft. Sam Houston, Texas
where she is stationed.
Mr. C. W. Wells returned to Laurens
Mon'lay morning, after spending W
Christmas in Manning.
Mr. R. ). Cothran returned home
Monday from Virginia where he has
been in the tobacco business. g
Mr. Joe P'lowden of Atlanta spent.
Christmas with his father, Mr. H. D.
Ilowden in Manning.
Th2 Manning Grocery Co., is now
moving into their quarters opposite
the old electric light plant.
Next Friday is the last day for the
payment of town taxes without penal
Fire destroyed the Battery stdre,'
owEid by Mr. Sol Krasnoff in Sumter
last Wednesday morning.
Misses Jeannette and Carolyn
Plawden are visiting relatives in
Miss Sarah Lesesne has returned
fromI Hirtsville where she spent
Rev. J. A. Easley spent the Christ
mas holidays with friends and rela
tives in Greenville.
Mr. J. S. Burgess who is a member
of the high school faculty at Greer, is
spending the holidays at home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B3. Cantey and (
children spent Christmas in Mullins S
wkith Dr. and Mrs. G. P. Watson.
Mrs... J.M. Hawkins and children of h
Charlezsioon nic visiting.. Mr.a!Mr
C. W. MlRoy. ;
Mrs. Wmrren Dickson- and Misses 13
Mary and Cooper Dickson of Vineland,
N. C., are visiting relatives in town.
BE CARED FOR
As soon as Cold is contracted the
system becomes disordered. This
may develope into any one of sev- s
eral serious direases.
-You can't afford to take the s
chance of incurring a severe penal- a
ty for negleet. ,
For years physicians have pre
scribed medlemcie co(ntaiinmig hore
houndl, nmullein andl~ tarI. Conm
poundled with a few other elements
you have a miedicine that will
check a cold immediately.
Tro satisfy the dlemanid for this
prescrip)tion in quickly obtainable
form, Dr. Murray has his c'henmists n~
pra:re quantities andl supply dIrug- .
gists. Ask your druggist for it
Murray's Horehound "~
Mullein and Tar
Children enjoy it, your drlug
gist will refund your money if
your satisfaction is not complete.
Colds and14 inlflueniza are ii ucces
.5ul1ly t reatedl by using Dr i'tn'
Life in conjunction with Murray's h
H-orehound Mullein and Tar. 12
Manu factured by
MURRAY D)RUG CO.
COLUJMIIA, S. C.
L UMBE R DI
If y'OU want to build
with everything need
Get our prices first,
Mr. and Mrs, N. C. Danif are spent
; the holidays With Mr. and Mr
iker Haynsworth in Flordece.
Messrs. -Brown Bagnal, Wavelar
tfis and Horton I gby of Clemsc
e spending the holidays at home.
Mrs. Charles Taylor has returni
me after a short visit with her pa
ts at Lamar.
M~arried by Judge J. M. Windha
cember 26ta, Mr. Henry A. Atkii
n and Miss Sunan Viola Corbett.
Married by Probate Judge, J. I
indhmn, December 24th, Mr. Georl
Elmore and Miss Blanche Skipper
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Daugherty ,
lack Mountain, N. C. are the gues
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Bradham.
ir. and Mrs. Frank V ls, of Sur
r-, spent Christmas whli relativ
Fire destroyed the residence of IM
night Stuckey in Summerton li
Misses Rita and Helen Nimmer,
harleston were the guests of th
crents here over Christmas.
Mrs. B. E. Jordan and children
enmark are visiting her parents, Ml
id Mrs. H1. ). Barrineau.
Mis. Robert L. Jones, of Sumtv
as the guest of her p.rents, )r-. a
rs. G. I,. Dickson, over Christn
Miss Dluncan of Charleston is Il
.test of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Mouzo
iss Duncan was one of the hij
hool teachers here last year.
Mr. .1. liLates Gerald is spending
w <hays with his parents, Mr. at
rs. John D. Gerald. Mr. Gerald
)w located at Greenville, S. C.
Mrs. W. E. Folk and children
enmark are spending a wvhile wi
mr .parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Smith of "
a tthews are spending the hol.da;
Manning with, their parents, 1,
id Mrs. S. .1. Smith.
Every member of the PreshyteriF
ourch is urged to be present ne
tiday to hear the final report of ti
mi ittee in regards to the install
on of the pipe organ.
TIhe W. C. T. U.'will hold their fir
eeting of the new year on Mon h
teriidon at 4 o'clock at the home
rs. R. C. Wells. All members a
'gently requested to be present.
Miss Matilda Sim;, of Louisiam
wint the Christmes holidays with h
ienud, Miss Sue Sprott. Miss Sil
a student at Randolph-Macon Ck
ge and came here with Miss Li<
Wiintl.rop students speunding t
)lidays at houi:t Manning a
i:Les T.ouise Burg: , leaholle '.Woll
eorgia Sauls, Edna Bogar, Catheril
ranit, Mairie Wells, Mary Metrop<
Snice and Estelle Alsbrooks.
Col. Sherard Colemta n, Mrs. Col
an and daughters, were the gues
'Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Breedin ov
hristmas. Col. Coleman, who is
-hew of Mr. Breedin, is now locatl
r d 1mlhi. hein .artermaster
e Fifth Division.
Fire delouyedl the tables of ti
Limimerton Live Fluck Co., at Sur
erton last Saturday night. The li
Ock was saved, but, pactically
the ba.ggie's and wagons were hur:
1. We Iearn therec werie some'thii
<e' 100 bjuggi('s (lest roved that he
wver b en unerated.
S1iE FE~LT U NCOMFO(RTlA BLE
Tier shoulder itched intensely, h
a amed skin burned, yet she coul
tscratc~h in the crowd! WI
trfer like- this? Zemeirine alla
'hing Sold in two sizes 50 een
ual $1) by Dickson Drucg Store.
Oll)N ER'S JUVRY
Sunmter, Dec. '27.- -At the inque
ld over the bodly of F rank Onthi
re today, the coroner's jury retuor
I au verdiet that the deceased c'an
his death from gunshot woiundsi
e'tedl by Edgar Bradley. The n
r happened Chiristrans afternoon.
Tlhe only wvitnes:; was Mr. O~utlawt
n, Plinmy, a boy. of 10 yearus. HIis te~
we can supply you
;, S. C.
"My horse was it such run down
d condition, I thought he would did.
" After feeding him Dr. LeGear's
Stock Powders, he is as well as ever
and is now as good looking a horse
! as there is in this section."-J. C.
Ifuste, Rockbridge Baths, Va.
Dr. LeGear's Stock Powders build
up the body, vitality and muscular
m energy of your horses and mules in
sure more meat with less feed, from1
your hogs, sheep and cattle, and help
your cows produce more and richer
e Mr. Huste's small - expenditure
saved him. the price of a horse.
Dr. LeGear can also help you. For
28 " years as a Veterinary Surgeon
and Expert Poultry Breeder he has
devoted himself to the ,compounding
bf remedies for ailments of stock
and poultry. Whenever you have an
l ailment among your stock or poultry
get the proper Dr. LeGear Remedy
from your Dealer. It must satisfy
r'iyou, or your mopey will be refunded.
tImony was to the effect that his
.i had long objected to the attentions of
liigar Bradley to his daug iter, and
that Christmas dlay the young woman
I had come into towii with her brothtr
und a cousin to attend moving pictures
:md1. afterward had driven home with
Bradley. Pliny reached home first,
but was putting his horse up when his
sister and Bradley arrived, he said.
''he first thing he saw was his father
comiig out of the house after Bradley
with a gui, he testified. Mr. Outlaw
was some hundred feet from the house
when the shooting occurred, and Brad
ley 20 feet further, he declared. Pliny
state:] that his father's gun was not
oaded. Both had double-barrel shot
gulls. Bradley fired twice with No.
I 7 shot, the first shot taking effect just
above the heart and the second
through the left ear, hie testified. j
Dr. .. A. Mood testified that death
must have been immediate. The
(laughter was in a too nervous condi
tion to testify. The son's testimony
agreed largely with the statement
made by Bradley when he came to
town, it is stated. le gave himself
up to Chief of Police Barwick, who
Should Convince Every Manning
The frank statement of a neighbor,
telling the merits of a remedy,
t Bids you pause and believe.
The same endorsement
By some stranger far away
Commands no belief at all.
Here's a Manning ease.
A Manniig citizen testifies.
Read and be convinced.
:'I W. N. Hill, says: ,"About two years
14ago I was troubled witl my kidneys.
1rhere were pains across the small of
a my back and it felt as if someone
were sticking a knife into me. My
rerves were all unstrung and often
times I had dizzy spells. I felt as if I
waited to sleep all the time. A friend
e recommended Doan's Kidney Pills so
e II bought somiae at. Dickson'.; Pharmacy.
Doan's Kidney Pills entirely cured me
of the trouble and I haven't been
e- Price W0, at all dealers. Don't
ts simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
. I Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
a Mr. Hill had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
- Of The Ownership. Nlanagement, Cir
re1 culation, Ec., Required by the
'I Act of Congress of August 24,
(I Of''':he Manning Times, published
weekly at Manining, b. C., for Octo
STATE\rF O1" SOUII't CAROINA,
C ounty oft Clarendon .
.1 Be-fore. me, a N otary Publ ic in and
'I- for the, State and county aforesaid,
y' personally apjpea red I. I. A lpelt, who,
is having been duly sworn according to
t:4 law, deposes and says that he is the
Ed itr ou~f the Manning 'Ti mes, and
that1 the following is, to the best of
his kinowledge and belief, a t rue state
inment of the ownersh ip, management
. Tha t the names and addresses
tof thet publ)isher, editor, managinig
w editor , and business managers are:
Puobl i'her' . Mi. Shope, Manning,
SS. C. Editor, I. I. Appelt, Manning.
S. C.; Ma naging Ed it or, I. IL App)1)t,
f ManigS.C. usiness Manager,
s 2. 'Tha t the owvners are: A ppelIt
013 Thait the kniowni b~ondholers,
mortgagi'es, and1( other security hoh1
er's ioning or holding I .peri cen t. or
moie of total Iamnounit of' bonds, mnort
gages, or other securities are: Ilome
Bank & Tr'ust Co.; Babcock Print ig
4I. That the two paragraphs next,
abhove, giving the names of the owni
(ers, stockholders, and sec'urit~y hold
er1s, if any, contin not only the list of'
stoickhoholer's and secur'it y holders as
they app~lear upon01 the books of the
('ompapny but also, in causes wheire the
stock hiohler or security holder(1 a~pears
upon)1 the books of tihe companiy als
trustee ori in any other fiduciary rehil
tion, the inme of the personl or cor
p~ortionf for whom such trustee is ac't
ing, is givent; also that the said two
paragraphs contain statements em..
bracing afliant's full knowvledge and
belief as to the circumstances and
co'nditions undel(r which stockholilers
and1( security hioldecrs who do not apl
pear' upon the books of the company
as tru'Iste(s, hohl stock and securiities
ill a. capac'ity other than that of a bona
fide owner; and this afliant has no
reaOson to believe that any other per'
son, association, or' cor'por'ation has
any inlter'est dir'ect or inilreet in the
said stock, bonds, or other securities
than as so) stated by him.
I. I. APPELT.
Swor'n to and1( subscribed before me
this '27th day of December 1920.
T. M. MOUZON
My co~nlaion expires at pleasura
ofd the noenor.
Is now local
We will be
come to see
turned him over to Deputy Sheriff
McKagen. Bradley also stated, it is
said, that when he 'and Miss Outlaw
went home. M.r. Outlaw slapped his e
daughter's face, knocked him dow.
and threatened him with a knife and i
ordered him from the house. When
the father came out with his gun, he,
Bradley, took his gun from out of his
car and the shooting occurred, he said.
Bradley is in jail with counsel work
ing to have him out on bond. He is
a young man in the early twenties.
The Outlaws live a few miles from
the city on the Cain-Savannah road
and Bradley lives in the same section
some six or eight miles away.
Bristol, Va., Tenn., Dec. 28.-Bristol
and vicinity are in the grip of an
epidemic of chronic hicoughs, it was
revealed today in a summary of re
ports by physicians. More than a
dozen cases of serious illness from
hiceoughs have occurred in or near
Bristol in the past few days and LwO
of the patiehts have narrowly escap
In tihe District Court of the United
For the Eastern District -of South
In the Matter of If. A. Becker, Bank
To the Creditors of I. A. Becker,
of Summerton, in the County of Clar
endon and District aforesaid, bank-'3
Not ice is hereby given that on the
18th day of December A. D. 1920 the
said H1. A. Becker was duly adjudicat
ed bankrupt : andl that the first meet
ing of his creditors will be held at the
oflice of the undlersigned Referee i
the Federal Building Florence, 3. C7.,
on) the 10th (lay of January A. D. 1921
at 12 o'clock noon, at which time the
saidi creditors may attend, prove their
claims, a)point a trustee, examine the
bankrupt andl transact such other
business as may0 pro)perly c.om)e before
Not ice is further given) that at this
meeting apt imrmedliate sale of the
stock of flnerchandise, fixtures and
c'hoses in) action, atfter legal advertise
menat, will be considlere dwithout fur
ther not ice to crtedlitors.
Robert J1. Kirk,
Referee it) Bankruptcy.
INS UR I
Let us Ins
In any qu
We can a
S. W. BARRON
d Carry i
:ed in its New Stor
Katzoff's Bargain S
glad to have all of
us in our New Stoi
!ry one a happy and
we are at your servi
now in our New
To My Mani
I wish to ex
thanks for the
shown me while
business, and I w
happy and prosp<
A I-I'P'Y A.\)
ure your Cotton
antity, at any p1
iso store it for y
ealty & Ins
Manning, S. C.
.ibI 6S U 111U
0 THE TIMES
tend my sincerest
in the mercantile
'ish one and all a
>S ANI) PATItoNs
lxa, S. c.
ou in the
OHiN C. BAGNAL