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Published Every Vednesday
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1921
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hydrick
last week in Spartanburg a baby boy.
Mr. L. H. Harvin spent yesterday
in Columbia on business.
What has become of Manning's
Board of rade?
Mr. C. E. Chestnut, after spending
several weeks in North Carolina, has
rcturned to his home in Manning.
Work is progressing on our high
ways, and in a few months we will
have some good roads to travel on.
We learn that a child of Magis
trate R. L. Rtidgill is ill with scarlet
The fire department was called to
the home of Mr. Marion Williams last
Friday toextinguish a blaze on the
Two passenger trains 1111(1 a collision
above Suniter last Thursday night,
and while no one but the flagman was
painfully hurt, several were badly
shaken up. Mirs. Lawson MeLeod and
Mrs. Herman Bradham were in one
of the trains, but both escapled injury.
IG Ladies' F
I in mater*
Are in a
Store of Hi1
We will have our advertised Kup- ft
perheimer Suits on sale tomorrow g
Alderman's Stores. ti
Messrs. Fred Lesesne and Charlton
DuRant are in Charleston attending
the grand lodge of Masons.
Misses Louise Burgerns and Cath- rj
erine Arant of Winthrop College spent d
Sunday and Monday at home with n
Died at his home near Iaxville last
Friday night, Mr. Ben Ws Cutter. His ,
wife preceeded him to the''grave two (
, --- r.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Wells left last v
Thursday night for Georgia, where I
Mrs. Wells was summoned to the fun- .
eral of her brother.
The Miley-looker mecetings in the t
Presbyterian church are drawing '
getting in every
Al and workmansl
lithe wanted colo
ng centers of Am
IN THEIR I
Lrge crowds, and we have heard a
rent niany remark that Dr. Miley is
ie ablest preacher they have ever
The little daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
1. Scott Harvin was taken to a hos
ital in Charleston last Friday night.
'he child was in a very critical ron
ition, but she is considered better
ow, and in all probability will re
Miss Mattie Timmons of Manning
rho is a member of the senior class of
,olumbia College was among the in
ited guests at a musical entertain
ient given in Eau Claire last Friday
fternoon. Miss Tinimons and Miss
Allian Marsh rendered vocal and in
Messrs. Appelt and Shope made a
rip by automobile to Darlington last
7hursday, and while riding through
day all the New
ach garment is
rs and shades, a
erica. We ask
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the country they noticed hundreds of
cotton fields where it seemed that
not a lock of cotton had been picked.
Several places they had jpst began
picking. So after all, it looks as if
Clarendon is still far ahead of other
sections of the state.
We have heard quite a lot of com
plimentary remarks about the way
Supervisor McFaddin is working the
roads, and with the aid of the con
struction companies, Clarendon will
soon have good highways. The worse
place in the county that we kiiow of
now is near Brewington, and we are
told the chaingang will be there in a
fewv.lays, and when Mr. McFaddin
finishes it, there will be no room to
kick, for his work stands.
Joseph L. Nettles, attorney of Co
lumbia, delivered last night at the
Hall of the Knights of Colinbus in
the city al enthusiastie patriotic ad
v Styles in
Mn i .S. C.
g's on Ma
dress in honor of the observance of
Washington's birthday. A musical T
program solicited from the best talent o
of the city followed his address. 0
Mr. Nettles spent his early boy- g
hood in Manning. After graduatin-4 o
from Wofford Colege he atended- liar- t]
vord University graduating with dis- c
tinction an( as the youngest member o
of his chss.
Several months ago, in fact, nearly b
a year ago, city council passed an or- o
dinance forbidding any awnmig sup- v
ported by poles or rods from the i<
ground to extend over the sidewalk. 1i
The majority of the awnings at that
time were supported from the ground. t
Every business eoncern so affected ex- t
cept one made the proper change at I
once to conform to the law. This one;
has defied the law for nearly a year -.
with an unsightly piazzar across the i
sidewalk, which we believe is also i
dlangerous. We would like to kiow
why this one should have special (
privileges. "Feed us al lout of the
same spooni,"1 and there will he no
WHlAT1 IS CAMP 1/IRE?
We as Camp Fire Girls wish every
body to know something of our or
ganization and what our individual
Camp Fires are doing here in Mann
First, you' will want to know what
is Camp Fire. It is an organized ef
fort to find romance, beauty, antd ad
venture in everyday life. It seeks to
make homely tasks contribute to the
joy of everyday living.
Camp Fire Girls learn to share-to
work together. Mothers t nd daught
ers are helped to a better understa id
ig of each other through the sharing
of the home tasks and by the sharing
of the common interest. Camp Fire
seeks to develop the home spirit, antd
make it dominate the life of the girls.
Therefore it should be composed of
girls who have ability to do and help
rather tlhien girls who need help.
A Rat That Didn't Smell After
Being Dead for Three Months
"I swear it was dead three months." writes Mr. '
Sykes (N. J.). "I saw this rat every day: put some
Rat-Snapbehindaharrel. Months afterwards. my
wife looked behind the barrel. There it was-dead.:?
Rat-Snap sells in three sizes for 35c. 65c. $1.25.
Sold and guarantecd by
DICKSON iRUG sTORE
PLOWDEN HARDWARE CO.
For Field (
You take enough cha
i diseases. Without addir
the use of untried varieti
Conme to us for the b
1 are known-Seeds that
3finest of crops for years.
We have just receCiv
Sunburst Imp~rovedl G<
Extra Early Adams,
Everbearing and~ Teleph
SMALL SEED)S LF
Marvel and Nortoni I
A full line of other Torl
Spinach, Mustard, Onio
and other small seeds st
The Seed People
You have been infor
two or three hundred <
defective eyes, and shc
havge its eyes examined
Camp Fire presents many phasesJ
o some it nppeals through the great
Lt-of-doors to the love of nature, to
thers the social feature makes the
reatest appeal. TheV thellrp.N e;
thers who are held by he . y
ie ritual and the cerenarmy. Soin
mnsider it as a channel ft r personal
r community service. Yet, although
iris are helped to find, through
amp Fire, the love of r.dventure and
cauty of the life in the home. Whei
thers see the girls of the Camp Fire
iving service, they realize that the
:leals of'the Camp Fire are beautiful
ecause they are unselfish.
Then to sum it all ap, we could say
hat Camp Fire Girls is an organiza,
ion made up of groups of girls who
vant to make life just as splendid a:
ossible. They s'eek to develop the
pirit of. the home so that it will
each to the entire community. It i! ,
in army of girls who DO things.
Each separate group is called a
Jamp Fire. The leader is called the
cuardian of the Fire. Only girls over
welve years of age are eligible to
The law of the Camp Fire has seven
oints as follows:
1. Seek Beauty, (not in conspicu- t 0
>us, gaudy, or flashing apparel or
nannrCs but in thb worth while things
2. Give service.
3. Pursue knowledge.
4. Be trustworthy.
5. 11old on to health.
6. Glorify work.
7. Be happy.
These few facts will give you some
idea as to what Camp Fire really
means, and we as Camp Fire Girls
want the public to be interested in us
mad what we are doing, and especial
ly do we want our parents interested.f
We have many more interestin .
facts about what we, ourselves, hay*'14
(one (luring the very short time we
have been organized and will tell you
about them soon.
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE
I will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County,'on the 21st
day of March, 1921, at 11 o'clock a.
m. for Letters of Discharge as Admin
istrator of the Estate of Dillwool
4 Administrator. --"
Rimini, S. C., Feb. 16, 1921. p.
ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES
nees on seasons, pests and
ig to your risks through
Ces and questionable qual
'est Seeds-the kinds that
have been making the
ed( the following old time
>lden D~ent, Adams Early,
lickory King, Truckers
Nott's Excelsior, Bliss l
'OR THE GARDEN
>ight resistant Tomatoes.
matoes. Cabbage, Beets,
n~ Sets, Peppers, Pimentos
itable for hot beds at this i
-Phon No. 8
mued that your child among
~ther children in school has
uld have glasses. You can
and fitted in Manning by
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