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Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1921
Born to Mr. and MArs. Ingram Brad
ham on the 12th of April a baby girl.
Mrs. Leon Weinberg spent last
week in Georgetown.
Mrs. J. A. Weinberg spent the
week-end in Sumter.
Mr. Frank Huggins visited Edge
field last week.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. B. Komarrow
on Sunday, a boy.
Mr. Charles Hurst of Sumter was a
visitor to Manning yesterday.
Mrs. Frank Rodgers of Fair Bluff,
N. C., is visiting relatives in and near
Miss Wilmer McCollough of Salters
spent last Sunday with her sister,
Mrs. Sue Harvin.
Mr. andL Ms. Covert Plowden and
little son will leave shortly for Mt.
Carmel, Mrs. Plowden's iome.
Mr. A. M. Musser of the Farm Dem
onstration Service, spent last Thurs
day in town.
Miss Jessie Gibson and Mr. J. W. F.
Scutry were married at the home of
the bride last Saturday.
Mr. Chas. B. Smith a very prosper
ous newspaper man of Darlington,
spent the week-end in town.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Rich
bourg last Sunday morning a baby
Mr. Joe Joseph and Reubin Gordin,
prominent Summerton merchants,
were business visitors here yesterday.
Manni-g High School team and
Summerton school laIyed ball in
Summerton yesterday. Man .hng wvon
15 to 13.
Mr. E. WV. Ilarris of Wendell, N. C.,
was a visitor here Thursday last. Mr.
Harris will operate the Manning To
bacco Warehouse again this season.
The sale of Weinberg Co., is dlrawv
ing large crowdIs every (lay, and on
Saturday, their opening dlay, their
store was (rowdedl all (lay.
Best Granulated Sug'ar,
'(Saturday only), nor over 25
lbs. to the customer, 9
pouind ._ i _
Best Self Rising Flour,
Best Pink Salmon 1 lb.
Tall Cans, 14
can __- _ _. _ 2
American Sardines 4Ac
1-4 Oil, can_______t2
Karo Syrup 79c
Karo Syrup, 42
half gallon cans ..,_
Clean, White Cracked
Parched and Ground 15
Pure Coffee, lb.______
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
Fifteenth Year Serving the
.on Ladies' Ready-t
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fer, and it Will pay y
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N offering a beautifu
Mr.' and Mrs. Tingen, after spend
ing a few days at the home of Dr. T.
E. Plowden, have returned to their
home in Florence.
Bishop Guerry will conduct the ser
vices at the Episcopalian Chapel on
Monday night, May 9th, at 8:15
o'clock. Everyone is cordially invited
to attend these services.
The young ladies class of the Pres
byterian Sunday School entertahid
the young men's class of the Sunday
School at the home of Mrs. W. C.
Davis last Thursday night.
The Manning High School base ball
team thought they could play ball,
and went to Kingstree last Friday to
tackle the school team there. Our
boys did not have a chance, and was
defeated 13 to 0.
The W. C. T. U. will meet at the
home of Mrs. J. Hl. Rigby on Tuesday
afternoon at 4 o'clock. Business of
importance will come before this
meeting and a full attendance is re
Dr. William T. Cornell of Columbia
gave a talk before the Mother's Com
inmity Club yesterday afternoon. His
talk was on "How to Save the Baby
in the Summertime," and was very
interesting and educational.
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Williams wish to
express their thanks and appreciation
to their friends for the beat iful
floral tributes which were placed up
on the grave of their son, Jacob A.
Judge T. P. Cothran of the Supreme
Court will be the guest of Judge John
S. Wilson over the week-end for a
fishing trip at Home Lake. Judge
Wilson will give a fish fry in honor
of his distinguished guest at the lake
on Friday night.
Announcement is made of the com
ing marriage of Mr. Charles B. Rear
don of Manning, and Miss Elizabeth
M. Tomlinson of New Zion. The
...eemony will be performed at the
home of the groom on Wednesday,
The Clarendon Alumni of Wofford
College gave a banquet last Thursday
niight in the LeGrande Restaurant
The Alumni of Lander and Columbia
Colleges wVere invitedl. Prof. John G.
Clinkscales of Woff'ord was the prin
cipal speaker, and those that attendl
edl had a very enjoyable evening.
The body of the late Jake Williams
was to have binen- buried here last
Thursday, hut , iecount of a dlelay
it dlid not arrive in time, andl the
burial ceremonies took place' Friday
afternoon. All the business houses
closed in honor of the dleadl soldier. He
was killed in France October 1 918.
Owing to the fact that May 7th is
the (lay for the Teacher's examina
tion, the County Teacher's Associa
tion meeting has been Post ponied until
Saturday, May 14th. Although many
schools have closed, and Inare still
closing, yet it is hoped that a good
meeting may be had. An interesting
program has been arranged.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F". Lowvery
anounce the marriage of their
Mr. Philip Lindsay Moore,
Tfuesday, February 15, 1921.
Mr. Moore was foreman of The
Times for several months last year.
The one year 01(1 baby of Sheriff
J1. E. Gamble picked up a cup contain
ing kerosene oil and dIrank it yester
(lay, and for a while it looked as if
the oil would prove fatal, but a doctor
wvas summonedl, and after several
hours the little fellow seemed better,
andl it is hoped now that he is out of
T1he members of the Civic League,
wvho have put forth unlimited energy
andl spent much strength and time in
beautifying our public grounds,
earnestly solicit the aid of every
citizen of our towvn to help take care
of these places. It is indeed a very
hardl matter for a few of our public
spiritedl workers, to give so much of
their valuable time to beautifying our
public grounds, just to have them
mutilatedl by the multitude. We ask
each resident, residing near these
p~ublie grounds to act as a committee
of one to guard them fromi any one
defacing or making them in, ay ..a..
o-Wear and Milli
I bargains in these
)u to come and let
f buying elsewhere.
I line of
The time for paying County tax
having been extended to the 15th of
May, time for paying VEHICLE TAX
will also be extended to that date.
R. E. McFaddin,
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It is not permissible for the resi
dents of Manning to put out on the
streets any refuse from their lots that
can be burned. The town wagon will
haul off all tin cans and other articles
that will not burn, but it positively
will not haul parts of trees, bushes,
AMERICAN LEGION MEETING
The regular monthly meeting of
Williams-Burgess Post American
Legion will be held on next Tuesday
evening, May 3, at eight o'clock at
the Masonic Hall. The annual elec
tion of officers will take place at this
time and every member should be
C. R. Sprott, Jr.,
Anyone desiring the services of
Trained Nurses can phone to the
Zeigler Pharmacy, who will be glad
to notify us at once.
Miss May Bethune,
Miss Mary Harvin.
PLAYS DIFFICULTI' NUMBERS
Misses Roth and Tiinmons of Colun
bia College Play Difficult
For several years the piano grad
uates in Columbia college have been
giving recitals that have been thei
adimiration of the entire community.
None, however, have achieved great
er success than did Misses Hilda Koth
of Early Branch and Mattie Timmons
of Manning last night. They pre
pared a program of exceptional merit
presentedl it in a remarkable manner'
ad1 receivedl sp~ontaneous applause
at was sincere.
Probably the most difficult and
moteffective of the pieces played by
Miss Kohwere by Rachmaninoff,
Griff'es, Kullak and Godlard. She
played others by Rheinberger, 'Thopin,
Nevmn, Grainger, Mortin; er Wilson
and a Godowski number with Miss
Triimmons. TIhe most striking con.
p osition on the whole pirogram was
"Sarcasm" by Prokofieff. The hands
are not acqainted wvith each other in
the greater part of this number. Di
rector Frank M. Church saidl it wvas
ultra modlern and a tremendous task
for the memory. Miss Timmons play
ed it without Ostentation. I~auial Iy
Get My Prices!
E. B. SHORTER,
.Manning, S. C.
Do~ Rate Talk to Each Othern
Asks Mr. M. Batty, RdI
"I got five cakes of Rat-Snap and threw pieces
around feed store. Got about hal a dozen dead rats
a day for two solid weeks. Suddenly, they otfewr
Now we haven't any. Who told t'hera out Ra
-np. Ra5c dr .u5.and leave no smell. Three'
Sold and guaranteed by
DICKSON DRUG STORE
PLOWDEN HARDWARE CO.
All the New and
Spring Codts for 3
All Spring Milline
LOCAL MANAGER WANTED
for Right Man
A large brokerage firm doing a suc
cessful busienss with well-rated con
cerns throughout the country, wants
a capable man at once to develop and
handle their local business.
The opportunity is an unusual one
because of the possibilities offered for
substantial earnings in a highly re
spectable business which will steadily
increase as it becomes more firmly es
The position requires a man pos
sessing executive and -sales ability
with business experience and having
commercial banking connections,
although no investment is necessary.
He may devote only a portion of his
time to the business at first if desired,
though we prefer a man who is able
and willing to give the business his
entire time and best efforts.
The local branch should pay from
$2500 to $10,000 the first year, accord
ing to population and the ability of
the manager, as the commodity which
we handle is a staple, always in de
mand, and which our large buying
facilities permit us to sell at less than
average market prices.
Owing to the demand, we must fill
this position at once. Send your ap
plication to Guarantee Coal Mining
Co., 1397 Como Bldg., Chicago, Ill.,
but do not write unless you can
satisfy us as to honesty, reputation
and business ability.
effective was the concert arrange
ment of "Turkey in the Straw" by
Guion as played by Miss Timmons.
Her Sainat-Gjaum, Deahmns, Lizzt,
Leschetizky, Sagambati and Raff,
especially the Raff Marcia from
suite numbers were given without
fault. Tremendous applause follow
ed her playing with Miss Kathleen
Porter of a Sternhfrg concert etude.
It was superb liano playing all the
Miss Margie Bair, soprano, who as
sisted, won immediate success. Ber
nard Jumper, a violinist of consider
able ability, added to nis popularity.
Misses Koth and Timmons are to be
congratulated. Tfhey received many
flowvers andl presents. They are cer
tainly among the first rank of play
ers. Their future wvill be watched
with interest by numeroua friends
h,.Such piano lplaying is all too
r': Only talented p~upils with a
goodl nervous system can accomplish
such results.-The State.
I will apply to the Probate Court
of Clarendon County South Carolina,
on Monday, May 16, 1921 at eleven
o'clock in the forenoon for a final Dis
charge as Administrator of the Es
tate of Isaac M. Loryea, dleceased.
Manning, S. C., April 13, 1921
Pursuant to authority in me vestedl
unde~r and by virtue of the terms of
ordler from the Judge of Probate of
Clarendon County, State of South
Carolina, dlatedl January 22nd, 1921,
I will offer for sale to the highest bid
dler, at public outcry, at Summerton,
S. C., at 11 o'clock, a. in., May 16th,
1921 at Drug Store of ti e late L. B.
Asbell, the entire stock of drugs,
wae andl merchr ndis', wvith all ac
counts due said estate, cop)y of which
can be inspected at drug store of the
late L. B. Asbell. Terms of sale,
E. C. ASBELL,
Administrator, Estate L. B. Asbell
The next evamination for securing
Treachers' C'. .ificates wvill be heldl
Saturday May 7th, 1921, beginning at
9 o'clock. The usual subjects: Eng
lish, Gramnm,er, and Composition,
Geography, Physiology and Hygiene,
United States H1istory, Civics and Cur
rent Events, ArIthmetic, Algebra,
Agriculture, and the theory and prac
tice of teaching. Spelling, punctu
ation, neatness andl similar points
will be judged from the quality and
character of the examination papers.
All papers will be examined by the
State Bloard of Examiners, Columbia,
All who were grantedl Temporary
Permit~s for this year and wvhich will
end JTune 30, are urged to take this
examination. D)o not overlook this
matter if yop intendl to teach the
E. J. Browne,
Contyi Snnt Educan.
S FOR $17.50 AND UP.
Latest Styles in Coat Suitg for
;10 and up.
a are Special Bargains.
ry at Reduced Prices.
The following regulation for the record of succesful and satisfactory
renewal of Certificates has been adopt- summer school work. A thirdgr
ed by the State Board of Education: Certificate shall not be renewedVi
"Any outstanding first-grade State "Teachers now holding permib
Certificate may be renewed upon pre- granted at thc request of the County
sentation to the State Board of Ex- Superintendents must take the reg.
aminers of one year's successful and ular examination required of all ap
acceptable class-room experience by plicants, if they expect to teach U
the holder during the term covered by ing the session 1921-1922. Outstand
such Certificate, with his or her re- ing permits are not renewable nor
quest for the renewal of a first grade transferable and under no cim
Certificate, together with a written stances shall a second permit beiis
endorsement from the County Super- sued to any teachcr."
inten(lent or City Superintendent, aiRd The above language is plain c
from the Board of district trustees. to the point. Please take notice.
A second grade Certificate is renew- E. J. Browne,
able only upon the presentation of a County ut. Educatioun
Sumter Marble tr
and Mantel Co.
SUI ER, S ch
mgtWe design, build and erect al. .
kinds of monumental work of
tnarble and granite. Also sell
iron fence. Buy direct froin
yard and you will save oney.
You have been informed that your child among.
two or three hundred other children in school has,
defective eyes, and should have glasses. You can
have its eyes examined and fitted in Manning by ,
DR. E E. AJ. Brown
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Beahv Cloth isfre lgthuabl your comes amon
two patn th atehun re tylis anidre singho has
reenv y andw shaud ofv gases. Youican
hae ts1eyes examined $15.0 fittd $15.50. g y
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. H. RIG BYY
THE Young RELIABLE