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Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1921'
Mrs. J. W. Harrison was operated
on in Charleston last Saturday.
Mr. Frank Barron of Charleston was
a business visitor to Manning this
Miss Augusta Appelt was operated
on at Ft. Sani Houston, Texas, last.
week for appendicits.
The legislature convened yesterday.
We will try and keep our readers post
ed as to the doings of our delegation.
Mr. Ir.gram Bradhani went to Co
lum!,ia Monday to attend a meeting
of the Swine Association.
Mrs. S. 1. larvin who was operat
ed on in Charleton last week is im
Mrs. Ilariet Odiorne and children
of Williston '.epnt yov terday with re
latives in Manning. t
Don't fail to see the picture "Farm- I
ing With Dynamite" at The Pastime r
Theatre Saturday night.
"Bob" Jones spoke to a full audien- 1
cc in the Presbyterian church last
Friday night. His subject was
"Fishers of Men."
Mr. Morris Ness left. last Sunday 1
for NewV York, where he is now pur
chasing his spring stock for the New
Mrs. W. NI. Brockinton who under- 1
went treatment in a Charleston hos- t
pital last week returned home Satur- 9
Married last Wednesday in Mann
ing, Mr. - Bradham and Miss
Jennie Thames, daughter of Mr. and I
Mrs. John Thanies.
A little child of Mr. Ruthven Plow
den who lives just across Black River,
had the misfortune of being run over
by an automobile last Sunday. It's
leg was broken.
The Prayer Band and Bible Studyl
Class will meet with Mrs. Wilkins
Thursday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock.
The lesson, Gen. 26th to 35th inclusive. t
A full attendance is much desired.
Services will be held in the Episco
palian Chapel Sunday night at 7:30
o'clock. Rev. Walker, of Sumter, the
new pastor, will he in charge of the
B. Kamorrow proprietor of The Peo
ples Store has left for the Northern
markets to buy a brand new line of 1
merchandise. Mr. Kamorrow is lo- C
cated in the store formerly known as N
Hion. Charlton I)uRant has been ap
pointed a delegate to the Enumemical
Conference of Meth-dism which meets
in London, England September sixth
to sixteenth. Mr. I)uRant was select- d
ed along with eighty-four dlegattes z
wshich this conference is entitled to. e
This is quite a (listinction, andI we V.
hope he can arrange to attend. 1
8uUtutttttt ututttttittt i :
For the next f<
Hat in our Stc
We want to re
our Spring Lir
in style and rr
toll Livestock Co.d
agemenlC~t of Mr. H.
of our' stock to H.
continue 1in busines
of ser'ving our! cus
hual satisfaction wI
more than forty ye
We take occasiol
ton Livestock Co.,
we withdlraw with t
Mr~i. F~elder and( all
being known for th
- D M.BRAI
XIR PICKS GRASS
HOPPERS BY BUSHEL
Here is something new frim A. J.
dontgomery, a western Ford owner.
I want to tell you h new use we are
naking of your car in this country.
iighting grasshoppers with poison
vas too slow and laborioas, so we had 1
trough of sheet iron made 10 1-2.
ect long, 14 inches wide and 6 inches
leep with some divisions in it. In this
ve put water with kerosevie oil on top t
f it, and we hung the trough in front
of the car by swinging two 12-foot I
cantlings under the axle, letting them I
xtend out in front so there is room
o crank the car and steer it. On the
,mck of this trough is a wire screen
or a back stop.
"In one evening after the hloppers,.
vent to roost, we caught ten bushels
of them. We would get the trough I
icarly full every trip around a field of 1
ix acres of meadow, and we are go-.i
ng to go through our wheat fields in
he same manner. Our neighbor, i'r.
tzcorn, got 20 bushels off his wheat t
brough this method."-Adv.
Mr. (. R. Sprott was a business
isitor to Columbia yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. .1. Haley have re
urned from a visit with relatives andi
riends in Augusta, Ga. Mr. Haley
as opened his vulcanizing plant
The Postmaster at Manning has
een advised by the department that
ince none of the patrons on the vil
age delivery route has not provided a
>rivate mail receptacle and unless this
s done by February the first their
nail will not be taken out to them.
The town ollicers went out Saturday
ight to cit.' up some of the vice in
lanning. They had very good luck,
ut expect to do more shortly. They
attened the city treasury $400.00.
'hree colored couples were caught in
he drag net. Also one white man and
is negro mate.
The ('ivie .eague will meet Mon
nty afteinoon, .January 17th in the
ourt inouse at four o'clock. This
vill be the first meeting of the new
'ear and many important questions
.ill be discussed. They will need the
onsideration of every member of the
eague, so please ladies attend.
Mr. Joe Thomas will give a demon
tration on the economical way of
etting stumps ofi your land by the
se of dynamite. This exhibition will
ake place on Alvin Rigby's farm
bout two miles from Manning on the
lumimerton road on Saturday at 12
'clock. Everyone interested should
ttend this demonstration.
On another page our readers will
nd a page announcement of the
rrand Opening Sale at Katzoff's New
tore. This is an event in merchan
ising that should not be passed ill)
y our realeis. This store is now in
ne of the finest store rooms in the
ate and it is Mr. Katzoif's idea to
arry a line of merchaniise surpassed
A BEAUI'l FU I, COMPILEXION
Is often marred by inflammatory
iseases of the skin, such as ec
em11a, tetter and the like. Blotch- n
s and pimples makes ugly scars. Try 1
emerine-sold for 50 cents and $1
y Dickson nrug Store.
ew days, we are going
ck at prices beyond
hduce our Stock to m,
e. These Hats are t11
BRY CO., OVER Wi
f D. M. Bradham, A. C. Brai
der' in the corporation known
oing business in Summer'ton
4. Richbourg, has been disst
A. Ric'hbourg andI L. C. Feld
' bulsiness as heretofore. W<
s iln Manni)ng and( exp~ect to I
tomlers with that dlegree of<
iich has characterized our
ars in Clarendon County.
to say that (ourl relations wv
have alwvays been pleasant a
he friendliest sentiment for
those with w iom we were a~
rg and F'elder need nlo commt
eir integrity andl ability.
)HAM & SOl~
Ev A. C. BRAnHn
PUBLIC HEALTH NOTES
Miss Moore returned from her va
ation on January 3rd and immediate
y resumed work. This week she i
xamining the children of the Mann
nir school. The pupils of the hig
ichool have been examined and hav
nade a splendid average as to gener
ki physical condition.
Contrary to popular belief tha
:ountry children are healthier tha
;hose living in town, the experience o
ill social and public health worker
ias proved this to be a fallacy. Th
routh of towns, who live under mor
nodern sanitary conditions are mor
Recently the Committee on Nursin:
ketivities published a brief pamphic
m public health nursing in Clarendo
lounty, which is being distribute
;hrough the schools. So well was thi
eport liked by the personnel in charg
>f public health work in the Stat
hat they are advising other countie
,o publish a similar pamphlet.
Notice is chreby given that ther
vill be a meeting of the stockholder
>f the Bank of Clarendon at the of
ice of Purdy & O'Bryan, Manning
3. C., on Tuesday, the 15th (lay e
?'ebruary, 1921. The purpose of sai
neeting being to consider a resolutio
hat said corporation go into liquido
ion, wind up its affairs and dissolve.
Hy order of the Board of Directors.
.1. A. WEINBERG,
.J. T. STUKES,
Manning. S. C., Jan. 10, 1921--2-2t
suiHSCRIBE To TH- TIMES
All persons having claims agains
,he Estate of Sarah H1. Hodge Wi'
>lease file due proof of same with th
mndersigned, and all persons indebte
into the Estate of Sarah H-. Hodg
vill please make settlement with th
The Sumter Trust Coipany,
Duly qualified Administrator of th
Estate of Sarah H1. Iodge, De
A meeting of the stockholders o
^larendon Cotton Oil Company wil
ye held at the office of Wells-Lev
:omlpany in Manning, S. C., on Mon
lay February 7th, 1921 at 12 o'cloe
loon for the purpose of considering
-esolution to wind up the affairs of th
maid company which is a cooperatio
md dissolve the charter of same.
Manning, S. C., Jan. 5, 1921-1 -5t
Notice is hereby given that th
artner'hip of I. . urbeville an
. C. Dennis, known as Turbeville an(
)ennis, doing a mercantile busines
t Tnrbeville. South Carolina. was dis
olved on the first day of January
921. J. C. Dennis assuming th
mayment of all debts due by the firn
ad all debts due to the firm are t(
'e paid to him.
W. J. TURBEVILLE,
.1. C. DENNIES. I -
eed Prices !
to sell every
ake room for
e very latest
ham, H. A. Rich
as TIhe Summer..
under the man
Ivedi by the sale
er who will 'onl
3, of course, wvill
lave the pleasure
ourteSy andi mu
business life of
th The Summer-.
adl profitable and &l
~sociated in Sum
nd1(ation fr'om u1S,
All persons having any claim or de
mand or whatsoever nature, agains
a the Bank of Clarendon, are' hereba
. notified to present same in writing t4
1 J. T. Stukes, Secretary, Manning, S
C., on or before- the - 15th day o:
February, 1921. On that date the af
fairs of said corporation will b
wound up, and all assets paid out.
J. A. WEINBERG,
J. T. STUKES,
Manning, S. C., Jan. 10, 1921 It
"A burnt child is afraid of fire.
Please give me cashier's checks i1
payment of taxes.
L. L. WELLS,
D Statement of the Condition of
THE CITIZENS BANK
Located at Pinewood, S. C., at th
close of business December 31st, 192C
Loans and discounts -......$196,369.8
Overdrafts ---- -- -- ------ 6,631.0:
e Furniture and fixtures ---- -- 5,749.71
s Banking house .....- .._--. . 8,020.01
- Due from banks and bank
ers ------ -- -----------1,581.6,
Currency ....-.- ......-----.264.01
:1 Gold -- ----- --- -- --------- 20.01
1 Silver and other minor coin -_..384.3,
- Exchanges for the clearing
house .._ ...-- _.- ...---. .1,353.3!
Cotton shipped for cus
tomers -- .........--- 9,117.41
TOTA'L- - .... --- $229,491.4
e Capital stock paid in -_-_--46,700.01
Surplus fund-... -.. .. . '"70.01
Undivided profits, less cu'
-rent expenses andtoes
paid .. ,841.5|
Due to banks and bank
ers . .. . 692.0
subject to check 47,386.45
Savings deposits --27,876.14
Cashier's checks .. _.707.00
Bills payable, including cer
tificates for money bor
rowed .. . ..........-------88,500.0
Other liabilities, viz: ...-_-.._-_ 9,117.41
TOTA L ------------ $229,491.41
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon ss
Before me came ). R. Lide, Cashiel
of the above named bank, who, bein
duly sworn, says that the above am
foregoing statement is a true condi
tion of said bank, as shown by tho
- books of said bank.
Sworn to and subscribed before mi
this 8th day of January, 1921.
E. M. BRADHAM,
Correct Attest:-R. C. Richardson
.Jr., A. G. Stack, H1. L. Baxley, Direc
Statement of the Condition of
BANK OF TURBEVILLI
Located at Turbeville, S. C., at th<
('lose of business December 31st, 1920
Loans and discounts -.-....37,968.01
Overdrafts . .... ... . . 441.41
Furniture and fixtures ._... ...1,695.8.
Banking house _....-..-....-2,830.11
Due fiom banks and br.nk
Currency ....... - ..------ 76.0(
Silver and other minor coin --229.9!
Checks and ensh it:ms .-...1,073.01
TT1,LIA BI LITIES $6229
ICapital stock paid in .....12,500.0(
-Surplus fund -_.........-. 1,250.0(
Undivide pr llofits, less cur
ret xpnse's andl taxes
subjete t~o (heck .. ..15,7(66.52
Savings de(posits . .. 89.53
i me certificates
of dephosit. -. -.. .4,293.75
Caishier's cheeks .368.81
Bills payable, including cer
TOT AL ...... $46,282.9:
S CATlE 01" SOUTH'l CAlROINA,
C ounity of Cla rendon ss.
Before mec came Vera Gamble, As
sistanut Cash ierc of t he above name<c
bank, who, being swrn says that th<
above and foregoig statement is
true condiit ion of said hank, as showi
by the books of said bank.
Swcorn to ancd subscribed before cm
this-8th cday of JIainuary, 1921.
Wim. J. Tlurbeville,
Nsotary' 'uicei foi- S. C.
C orrect A ttest :-J-. C. D)ennis, IU
E.I Thocrbeville , C. E. Gamlc Diecoirs
Million Packets Of
Flower Seeds Free
We belIeve in flowers around the
homca of the South. Flowers brightos
upl the home sturrounadings and give
Ipleasure and satisfaction to those whc
We have filled mnoro than a million
packets of soeds, of beautIful yel
easily grown flowvers to be given tc
our customers this spring for the
beautifying of thoir homes.
Wouldn't you hike to have fiyt
packets of beautiful flowers .freei
Y.OU CAN GET'1 TH'IEMI Hlastings
1921 catalog Is a 116-page handomnely
Iillustrated seed book with twent3
beautiful pages showing the finest va
rietles in their trito natural colors
It is full of helpful gardon, flower and
farm information that Is needed it
every home, and, too, the catalog telli
you howv to get these flower seeds ab
Writo for our 1921 cate.log new. Ii
is the finest, most valuable and benu
tiful seed book ever published, anm
yo wilb mighty glad you've got It
Thr sno obligation' to buy any
thing. Just ask for the catalog.
H. G. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN,
Nervous troubles, with backache,
dizzy spolls, queer pains- and irregular
kidneys, give reason to suspect kidney
weakness and to try the remedy that ti
has helped your neighbors. Ask your IR
Mrs. B. F. Louder, Dinken St., w
Manning, says: "I had a slight at
tack of kidney trouble about three g
years ago which started with smart r4
pains through the small of my back. t<
Headaches bothered me a good deal, 1'
and sometimes I was so ilervous I b,
couldn't hold anything in my hand. I k
was bothered with dizzy spells, too, b
and black specks often came before
me, in fact, I was feeling all out of 8
fix. A friend told me about Doan's a
Kidney Pills and I got sonic. Doan's H
not only helped me but cured me en- t1
tirely of the trouble as I haven't been I
bothered since." ti
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-get 11
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mrs. Louder had. Foster-Milburn f
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. c
Married last Wednesday by Judge
Windham, Mr. John R. Bell and Miss c
Statement of the Condition of
BANK OF PAXVILLE c
Located at Paxville, S. C., at the
close of business December 31st, 1920. n
Loans and discounts -....$65,546.63
Overdrafts ---- -------------118.70
Furniture and fixtures -......2,587.20 t
Due from banks and bank- V
ers ------------------ 10,947.06
Currency --.. -. -.. -.. .__ .491.00
Silver and other minor coin -.538.12
Checks and cash items -------329.58
Other resources, viz: ---- ----115.00
TOTA L --------------- $80,673.29 I
Capital stock paid in -......20,000.00
Undivided profits, less cur- 1
rent expenses and taxes
paid _---.. .........409.62 9
Individual deposits 0
subject to check -28,818.20 e
Savings deposits .....1,943.35
Time certificates y
of deposit .-- . ..9,222.63
Cashier's checks . .--.97.38 y
Notes and bill rediscounted .16,175.00 b
Bills payable, including cer
tificates for money bor- C
rowed ...-.... -.--.......--- - 4,000.00
Other liabilities, -z.:- .._......7.11 J
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
eCounty of Clarendon ss.
mBefore m came Jesse R. Sprott, E
Cashier of the above named bank, -who, F
being duly sworn, says that the IboveL
and foregoing statement it a trud con
dition of said bank, as shown by the
books of said bank.
Jesse R. Sprott,
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 6th dnv of .Townew 1921
Notary Public for S. C.
Correct Attest:--H. J1. Tisdal, T. It.
Owen, Jesse R. Sprott, Directors.
FRIERSON FRUIT CO. 2
Manning, S. C. $
L UM BER D(
If yOu want to build
with everything nee<
Get our prices first.
Now is a
is a goo
to have y
ex amined a
(Continuid fronlpage 1
Mr, W. J. Godwin tho has
act of suplying th N
allk-ad withties. from here't6\ Wl '
n's M,ill, spent Sunday in SBihnter
ith Capt. ichardson.
According - the amount -of c6tton
inned here 'd. the gins in the su
>unding community. the largest ;ot
)n crop ever made or at least. she
Il1 was made last year and had it not
een for the boll weevil goodness
nows now much cotton would have
Mr. S. H. Chewning of the A8
tation section, has moved to
nd opened up a hotel in tho Tennant
[ouse; this will be good news to the
raveling public as. board and lodging
as been hard to get here for some.
Mr. fIerbert Hatfield spent Sunday
i Sumter with relatives.
Mr. Joe Dow, an Assyrian, who has
:r many years been a good and quiet
itizen of our town, died Thursday of
ist week and was laid to rest in
:vergreen cemetery here. Funeral
onducted by Father Mahoney. Mr. i
low conducted a small mercantile
usiness for a livlihood. He is sur
ided by a wife and one child.
Mr. Harry Chewning has purchased
he W. B. Davis's garage at Harvin's
ross Roads agd will conduct an up
(late auto repair shop.
Mr. 1H. P. Troy has retired from the '4
iereantile business and his stock of
ierchandise is being disposed of by
V. R. Coskrey.
Miss Vivian Eadon, one of the
achers in the Paxville Graded School
ras visiting friends here Sunday.
Music Honor Roll
Marian Burgess, Grace Cobia,
lauline Crim, Frances Felder, Sue
sther Pitts, Leona Ross.
1st. grade-Henrietta Bain, Mildred
'hewning, Carolyin Davis, Dorothy
verett, Mable Felder, Elizabeth
seph, Louise Senn, Catherine Stukes,
arah Touchberry, Andrew Burgess,
eedy Davis, Jack Shirer, Irby Walk
r, Thomas Rhame.
2nd. grade-Annie Belser, Clara
Vilbur Coskrey, Sara Felder, Camilla
iseph, Mattie Mathis, Elizabeth Senn,
lilliam Cantey, Brennan Davis,
oseph Davis, Herbert Hatfield, Alex
[artin, Charles Plowden, Bruce Rich
ourg, Elmore Touchberry.
3rd. grade-Junior Eadon, Drucilla
ce, Tom James, Emaline Nimmer.
4th. grade-Sallie Mae Miller,
ames Carson, W. W. Davis, Maysie
elser, Annie Belle Richbourg, Vir
inia Chewning, Virginia Wilkie,
[enry Everett, Eunice Touchberry,
gnes Felder, Irene King.
5th. grade-Julia Cantey Ashton
roadway, Charles Allen, Anne Bye,
'rances Troy, Rutgdge Dingle, Sue
esesne, Halstead Anderson.
6th. grade-Edward Mathis, Sarah
[unter, Thelma Broadway.
7th. grade-Elizabeth Andersoh,
aro Belser, Katie Cantey, Carolyn
aienourg, Marie itichbourr. Ernes
ne Tisdale, Mae Medlin, Lillian Wil
ie, Whitaker Ansley, Careyle Eadon.
9th. grade--Frances Dingle, Tappy
esesne, Annie Mood, May Elizabeth
[unter, Hugh Gus Richbourg. .
9th. grade-Hlallie Carson, Grace
i)bia, Aletha Walker, Mary E. Mathis,
fary L. James, Joe Ansley, Philip
oseph, Edward Felder, Thomas Bur
10th grade-Sue E. Pitts, Emma W.
[ood Belle Cante
11ti. grade-LiIy Cantey, Kath
A DOCTIOR'S CHILD
Was tortured by eczema, with its
2rrible itching and burning. His
kill could not make her wvell, but
emerine did. He praises this rem
ly. Sold in twvo sizes (50 cents and
1) by Dickson Drug'Store.
er Sull Co.
e can supply you
G, 's. C.