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the imikRuulg times,
Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1921
Mr. A. . Barron was a business
visitor to Charleston Mqpday.
Mr. S. J. Smith visited his old home
in Mullins last week.
Mr. Allen Sauls of Winston-Salem
is visiting in Manning.
Mr. J. A. Weinberg is on a business
trip to New York.
Mr. Harry Thames will begin the
erection of his new home this week.
Mr. C. E. Chestnut has moved to
Mr. and Mrs. George Williams were
Columbia visitors on Monday.
Mrs. I. I. Bagnal of Atlanta'visited
her old home here last week.
The residence of Mr. San Richman
is about eompleted ,and ho will move
into it in h few dlays.
Mr. S. Iseman is critically ill in a
Savannah hospital, having underwent
a serious operation.
Postmaster H1. H. Bradhani is
spent several (lays in Rocky Mount,
N. C., this week on business.
Mr. Clarence Iseman is erecting a
home oil his lot at the upper end of
Mr. R. S. DesChamps, of Pinewood,
was a pleiisant visitor to this oflice
Mr. Joe Yassney has moved his
family into the house made vacant by
Mr. C. E. Chestnut.
Mrs. H1. D. Clark and daughter, Miss
Cecil, were visitors to Magnolia Gar
dens last Thursday, an(d Friday.
Died last Thursday at her home
near New Zion, Mrs. Miller Gibbons,
wife of Mr. L. B. Gibbons.
Hear the Wofford Glee Club at the
School Auditorium Thursday night.
Benefit of Civic League.
Misses Valicy a ld Mattie Appelt
spent last Thursda and Friday in
Charleston where Ciey visited Mag
Miss Tora BAgnal is in Columbia
this week rttending Palinafe.ta festi
vities. Miss Bagnal represents Clar
endlon as Queen.
The W. C. T. U. will meet next Mon
(lay afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home
of Mirs. Frank Geiger. A full atten
dance is requested.
Mr. Julian Weinberg, who is a
patient in the Touney Hospital at
Sumter, is convalescing rapidly from
an operation for hernia.
The little chilk of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Taylor, which was severely
scalded a wveek ago Sunday, is on a
fair road to recovery.
The Black River Cypress Company
at (able has posted a notice to the
effect that they will close down their
operations indebtistely beginning
Don't fail to attend the Wofford
Glee Club at the School Auditoriuni on
Thursday night. Admission 35c and
60c. Ch ildren over 1.1 years will be
Died hast T h ursday at his home in
Paxville, Mr. .J. N. IBrown, Sr. The
deceased was one of Clarendon's best
citizens, and he will be greatly miss
edl in his community. Ie leaves sev
eral sons5 and (laugh ter's, one son be
ing our townsman, Mr. E. 11. IHrown.
Some 1 ~ m iseat piull up the hedge
at the (dpot Saturday night, but for
tunately Inspector Yassney discoveredl
it Sunday morning and reset it before
it died. The ladies wvorked hard to
beautLifly this place, anid if the guilty
parties arie caught, iney will pay a
big price for t heirI dev'il nient.
There wvill he a very important
meeting of the Civic League in the
Court [House Friday a fternoon, April
1ist, at four i o'clock. It is essential
that a President he elected and ptlease
every memiber' be Present.
The Civic League is (oing a great
work in Manning in helping tn beauti
fy the town. We believe that if they
could get ouri council men to pass an
ordinance p~rohlibi tinog the running at
large of chickens and dogs it would
be a big incentive for our peoplIe to
go to greater efforts to make Manniny
the most beauiti ful town in the State.
Mrs. .J. K. Ilreedin entertained last
Tuesday evening in honor of Miss
The living rooms were thrown into
one, and were beautifully decorated
in spring flowers. Progressive rook
was played during the evening, after
which delightful refreshments consist
ing of block ice creami and cake was
served by the hostess. T1hose present
were: Misites B:an' well fluggins,
Sallie and Itoxie Dixon, Ruby Horne,
Emily Geiger, Rose and Mildred Er
vin, Mattie Venning, Tora Bagnal,
; NOTlICE W. 0. W.
You are very urgently requested to
attend our regular meeting, Monday
night, April 4th. Meeting to start
promptly at 8 o'clock. Come.
H-ow Would You Like to See What
Irvin fIorwood (Pa.) Saw?
''One ectomer tcold me that af ter using one large
rackage of Rat-Snap. he got FORTV- EIOI IT dead
rats, hIow many more dead he couldn't see. ha
doesn't know. Remember rats breed fast and de..
stboy dollars' wor th of property. " 35c, 65c, $1.25.
Sold and guaranteed by
DICKSON DRUG STORE
PtnWDmN HRDWARE Cm
Complete with Merch
The tender green leaves, the
birds, the soft rolling clouds
by blue skies and the gentle
warn sunshine. Who has ft
catch the inspiration of Spring
Men and women, like bir
flower, begin to hear the call I
garb appropriate to the season.
is just around the corner and ti
runs to thoughts of new appi
For weeks we have been an
ing and preparing for your
searching the world markets
new and exclusive styles that
peal to your taste. And here tl
ready for your choosing and ni
pealing to your sense of econc
cause the prices are set base
the new low levals.
Come in while everything I
and new and choose your Sprii
20 Stores In One
MANNING, S. C.
Never have the shoe manufac
more styles, snap and value into I
than one finds her' in the famoi
anteed RED CROSS line, f
ladies low quarters in Tans,
Suedes and Patent Leathers. N)
also BOYDEN shoes for men
LAD & LASSIE line for ('hildre
Rita Hluggins, Alice Wilson, Isabella
Thomas, Fannie Lou Sauls, Sue
Sprott, Mary Rigby, Mrs. J1. A. Cole
and Messrs. Taylor Stukes, Croswvelf
D~avis, Willie Geiger, Leon Blurgess,
Dudley Plyler, Tonm Stukes, ,Jim
Sprott, F"rank Hluggins, .John Bagnal,
Archie Barron, JTim Phillips, Rev. Mc
Cord and Rev. Easley.
The Work Shop foir the Blind, lo
cated at Columbia, will give an enter
taiunment in the School Auditorium at
Manning oni April 14th. The pro
gram will consist of music, songs,
jokes, mimics and artistic piaper tear
ing. This entertainment is for a most
wvorthy cause and should he largely
attended. Admission will hbe adults
50e' andm children 25c.
ALCOLU NEWS l'TEMS
Miss Mary Alderman is at home
for a fewv (lays from Ashley Hall.
We are glad to see Mr. D). WV. Alder
man out again after several weeks of
Mr. Clifton Roberson of Columbia,
spenit thc week-end with Mr. Jacob
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Alderman, Rev.
andl Mrs. Alfred 1Ham, Rev. andl Mrs.
C. E. LaReau and son, Verne, are
spending a few' days in Charleston.
Miss Rikard of Augusta, spent the
week-er~d with Rev, and Mrs. A. F.
Mr. A. E. Martin of Manning, visit
ed friends here Sunday.
Mr. Edwin Smith spent Sunday at
his home in Sumter.
Mr. and Mirs. Iharry Bradham of
Camp Eagle Pass, Texas is visiting
the former's parents, Mr. and~ Mr's.
I lnry Bradlham.
Scalp Treated and
Reru T hu rmin
indise: Replete with Inttere
my be- . . .
In the dry go.ds section
rivals include: all colors
Chines, George'os, Foul
tas, longees, Satins and
all new and down to tod
A full line of all white
as Flaxon, Madras Pidue
A beautiful line of S1
hams at, 17%c.
Beautiful line of Silk (
A beautiful line of Cu
U1p in the Furniture sec
a world of interest for I
are now planning for re-t
in the home that always
spring house cleaning.
New dining room suits
Mahogany, depict the lat
design. New Bed Room fi
veloped also in Oak or
shows many style innova
Reed Furniture Suits, s
for summer use, have bee
very low prices. Nine by
ire put minster rugs are shown i
ootwear There is a big assort mei
RUGS in the 9x12 size.
is guar- too, Kiddie Koops for the
maturing Here are other things i
Satins, will be interested at thu
fection oil stoves and ba
e offer cry and Aluminum wares,
and the and Sterling Silver, Chi
Glass. Bicycles in all s
n. boys and girls.
Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook, Principal
Manning, S. C.
Fifteen sta ndard units. HIigh sch 301
English, French, Latin, mathematics
science and penmanship. Thorough
preparation for c.ny college. Students
for Winthrop and Clemson wvin hon
ors. Certificates adlmits to leading
colleges withoui, examiination. Spe
cial coaching for beneficiary scholar
ships offe'redl by Winthrop, Clemson
the Citadel, and South Carolina Uni
Attention is again dlirected to the
teachers and trustees of the County to
the joitnt meeting here next Saturday
at eleven o'clock. A goodl meeting is
E. J1. Browne,
IN ANNUAL SESSION
Darlington, Marc': 29.--The annual
convention of the South Carolina
Dairy men's association opened here
Tuesdlay with a record attendance.
The cattle showv op.ened wvith about
75 head shown, includinig Guernseys,
Holsteins and .Jerseys. Visiting cat
tlemen and the members of the Rto
chester- ball club) wg-re entertained
tonight at a baniquet b' the chamber
of commerce at the McF'all hotel. Th'e
banquet was well attended. Speedhes
were imadeo by Rt. M. Cooper, president
of the Dairymen's association; W. W.
Long anid George TV. Stallings, prom
inent cattle breeder and manager of
the Rochester club. The cattle showv
is held in the tobacco warehouse. The
convention closes tomorrow.
Los Angeles, Calif., March 29.-An
oflicer and three~ men from the army
b~allooni school at Ross Fieldl, Arca
dia, were seriously burne dtoday by
an explosion of an army balloon in
Coyote Pass, near the Midwack Couni
try club, about eight miles from Los
HIOME L AK E CLUB M EET1ING
At a meeting of the Home Lake
Fishinig Club held last Monday in the
Court House, and at which there were
abhout twenty memb~ers present, the
following officers wecre elected: Tr. F.
Coffey, pronidecnt; L. V. Plowden, vie
president; W.\C. Dr is, secretary and
treasuroe I I. Apmalt, Warden;.S.
STORES IN 0
The Men M
rhese wonderful m
heimer" Spring suits
ing now at the low pr
There is a wide range i
ors and new fabrics to
You will find here moi
suitable for all tastes
ures. The name "
stands as a guarantee
in clothing value. I
men to come in and b<
full assortments are <
There has been a gr
down of the higi.pri
fine shirts and under
you come in to pi
Spring outfit you wil
surprised at the increi
ing power of your dc
Speaking of that
Neckwear for men,
bounded choice here 4
ors and materials. N
ed off the high price
When we .mention
Hats, and then say
gets a picture of all
ns. able in Hats style al
Choose your new "Ste
the new ar- Easter.
in Crepe de We are agents for
ards, Taffe- INTERWOVEN socks
Charmeuse, fering an exception
ay's market line of men's silk paj
)ring Ging- Hardw;
,inghtams in With the advance
rtain Goods comes the demand
ion there is things in the Hart
Vomen who Here, at the Alder
rrangement you will find your d
follows thle ticipated and full 81
in Oak or' Tools of all kinds fo
est ideas in holder, farmer, I
Mahogany, gardener. Riding I
attracti e rows, Planters and I
n marked at Wire fencing in all I
Twale olors. - Paints in all coloi
it of CREX every purpose, the h)
We offer, the market from a
n which you economy standpoint.
time: Per- think of anything i
Community ware or building m
na and Cut think of Alderman's
izes for the
W. Barrn. WA. T. Lesesne and A. I.
Bariron, trustees. The miembershi p
fee was increased to $10.00, andl the
yearly dlues to $5.00. The fee for a
guest or extra (lays fishing for a mem
ber was increasedl from 50 cents to
$1.00 per day. Statements will be
mailed out on the first of each month
to those owig the club, and if pay
me'nt is not made by the 10th, of the
following month, th'en the name of
the member will b~e dropped from, the
club. All members have until April
15th, to pay ti eir membersh'ip fee,
and Other arrearages before they wvill
be stricken from the club roll, but nio
member can fish or use the Home
Lake property until their clues are
paid. The resolutions belowv were
voted on and adoptedl:
RESOLVED, that the dues of the
members be increased from $3.00 to
$5.00 per annum wvith the priivlege of
each miember being allowed to fish
twice a week without extra pay.
RESOLVED), further that the menm
bership fee be increased to $10.00 and
that this membership fee shall not
cover the clues for the year in which
the applicant becomes a member.
RESOLVED, further that no mem
Should Convince Every Manning
The frank statement of a neighbor
telling the merits of a remedy,
Blids you pause andl believe.
The same endorsement
By some stranger far' away
Commands no belief at al!.
Here's a Manning cast.
A Manning citizen testifies.
Readl and be convinced.
W. N. lill, says. "About, two years
ago I wvas troubled with my kidneys.
There were pains across the small of
my back and It felt as if someone
were sticking a knife into me. My
nerves were all unstrung and often
times l hadl dizzy spells. I felt as if
I wanted to sleep all the time. A
friend recommended Doan's Kidney
Pills so I bought some at Dickson's
Pharmacy. Doan's Kidney Pilhi' en
tirely cured me of the trouble and I
haven't been bothered since."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy--get
Doan's Kidney Pills-.the same that
Mr. H11ll had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfra., Buffnlo, N. V.
"You See it Firs
we are offer- -
Ice of $25.00.
f styles, col
lels and sizes
and all fig
of the limit
re invite the
3 fitted while
ces in men's
l1 be greatly
liar in these
there is un
f Styles, col
"' has tunibl
that is desir
id hat value.
(son" now for
We are of
amas at just
ire The Charm
of Spring N in W on
mnan Store, Your desire for so
oks eady. always be realized l
ock redy. is equipped to serve I
r the house- ' (~jpdt ev
can. Our buyer4 ai:
uilder and the showings of Suit
lio~s JIar- es. The great aim i
)istributors. *I ra i
Nerigtos. PG and distinctive and
than you will be aska
's an foil with far less discrini
est panint oil Just now, your int,
quality and and Summer appiare
When you parison of the service
n the hard- section. Everything
aterial line, assortments and tri
experience to serve y
pricing of the New S
ber shall fish after March 15th, of any
year until his dlues andio all extra as
sessments have been paid.
RESOLVED, further that any mem
berP not paying his dues for 1921 by
April 15th next, together with all ar
rearages, shall be dlroppledl from the
membership roll and noi, be~ permitted
to use the Lake, andl in meantime not
"II" I WElRE KING" WITH'l
F"ARNUM, COMING SOON
A piture that is said to include
William Farnumn's greatest screen ef
fort will b)e shown at the Pastime
Theatre on Friday. It is "If I Were
King," from the grenc stage success
and novel by .Justin liuntly McCarthy
and is a William FOX prodluctionl.
Those who followv the stage wvill re
member that E. HI. Sothern created
the role of F'ranmcois Villon in this
play, and scored a great. success.
As soon as the picture was finish
edl Mr. Fox sent a copy of it to Eng
land, wvhere it was showna to Justin
Iluntly McCarthy. The author was
"It is wonderful," he dleclaredl. "I
never bel ievedl motion pictures coul
make a play so real. And Mr. Farnum
is splendid in the part of Villon. Dur
ing the recitation of the poem "I I1
Were King" before Louis, I could
almost believe I was hearing Mr. I'ar
nxum speak. I extend my congratula
tions to Mr. F~ox, to Mr. Farnum and
to Mr. Edwvardls, wvho directed the pic
tutre. 'rhe handlling of the crowdls is
You have been informe
two or three hundred oth
defective eyes, and shouk
have its eyes examined ani
D R. J. E.
O P T OM
t at ALDERMAD]'S"
of Exclusive ess
nething distinctive in dress can
re because the Alderman Stooe
rou as few other establishments
m at in(lividuality in selecting V
s, Wraps, Millinery and Dress
s to exhibit that whiclh is new
to offer it. at prices no higher
d elsewhere for apparel chosen
ination, taste and knouledge.
!rest centers in the new Spring
I,. we invite your closest com
! rendered by our ready - to-wear
you need is here, there are wide
Lined sales-people equipped by
ou most efficiently. You will be
by the extreml y reasonable
Tlhe qualife vth oter's residling in~ St1.
P'aul School Ilistrict No. 4 of Claren
'indon County will hereby take notic"
that an elect ion will be hel at St.
P'aul, South Cairol inai on Friday, April
15th, 1921 for the puripose of voting
mII the questioni of v-*' ether salid dis
icnt shall levy and coalect annually a
1pecial tax of ten mills for general
school purposes. Rtegistration certi
licates and tax receipts required as in
rgeneral elections. Polls openi from
7 a. mn. to 4 p. m).
'rho trustees of said dlistrict arg
hereb~y authorized to conduct saId
dlect ion. By order of County Board
County Supt. of Education.
Tfhe teachers and trustees of the'
:-ounty will hold a joint session here
mi Saturday, April 2nd, at 11 o'clock.
i full attendance in very much dle~iredl
ts it is proposed to discuss matters
af interest and benefit to the schools
>f the county. These co-operativeh
meetings should have the support of,
the trustees, as there are things t'o
Je saidl and (lone at th'-m for the bene
it of the schools and the teachers
should not be the only ones to take
nterest in them. A pull all together
an accomplish much. Ronmembe~
late, Aril 2nd andl come.
E. J. Browvno,
County Supt. Educatlo
d that your child amon
er children in school h,
1 have glasses. You cii
d fitted in Manning b
A R A NT,