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Ebe Manning Cimes.
Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1921
Mr. Zenas Sprott is visiting friends
here for a while.
Miss Edna Mayes of Mayesville, is
visiting Mrs. McKoy Shaw. 1
Miss Mattie Mammil of Augusta, is
visiting Mrs. Rigby for a while.
Miss Ruth Dixon spent the week
end in Alcolu visiting friends.
Mr. James Burgess is ill at the
home of Mr. Leslie Bagnal.
M s. George Williams will be the
hostess of the Bridge Club on Wed
Mr. and Mrs. George Hanks, and
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Weinberg were
visiting in Sumter on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Shaw will soon move
into the house just vacated by Mr.
J. W. Wideman.
Mrs. M. C. Croswell of Bishopville,
arrived Tuesday morning to visit
Mrs. S. R. Venning.
Senator J. W. Wideman, has recent
)y moved to bin new home, the old
Rhame home here.
Miss Viola Dixon is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. B. B. Breedin for a short
T. B. Haynesworth, Jr., who has
been very ill at the home of his Aunt,
Mrs. W. C. Davis is some better.
Judge Wilson left Sunday for Co
lumbia to attend Supreme Court
Miss Addie Weinberg returned Sat
urday night after spending three
weeks in Sumter as the guest of her
brother, Dr. A. Weinberg and Mrs.
Mr. Ingram Wilson, who is study
ing law at the University of South
Carolina spent the week-end here with
his parents, Judge and Mrs. John S.
T. B. Haynesworth, Sr., of Florence
spent Sunday with his wife and son
who have for the past few weeks,
been visiting Capt. and Mrs. W. C.
Ir. Marion Williams was carried to
the Toumey Hospital in Sumter where
he was operated on for appendicitis en
Monday evening. He is reported to
be getting along very nicely.
The many friends here of Mr. and
Mrs. Douglas Plowden of Sumter are
glail to learn of the, birth of a daugh
ter to them on Monday, May 23rd.
Mr. Plowden was a former resident of
On Sunday, May 22, Probate Judge
Windham performed the ceremony
unitinr David C. DuBose of Sardinia
and Miss Lydia P. Burgess of King
stree in marriage.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Verner of Co
lumbia, arrived Tuesday evening from
Lake City where for the past few
months Mr. Verner has been on busi
ness. They will spend a short time
with Mrs. Verner's mother, Mrs. G. H1.
Huggins before going to Columbia.
The small (laughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Wells who has been critically ill
for some time was taken to Sumter
on Monday evening where an ex-ray
was taken of her, but as yet the phy
sicians have not found out the cause
of her serious illness. She is still
about the same as when carried to
SGreat interest is being manifested
in the proposed hospital for the Coun
ty. Everybody admits that it is a
necessity andl that the building of it
should not be dlelayedl.
In orderi to bring the matter forcib
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE
I will apply to the JIudge of Pro
hate for Clarendon County, S. C., on
the 20th day of June, 1921 at II
o'clock A. M. for Letters of Discharge
as Administrator of the Estate of Vir..
ginia B3. Br'own, dleceased.
A. R. BROWN,
Summerton, S. C., May 19, 1921--p.
ly before the general pqblic a meet
ing is being arranged t6 be held at
Manning. on June 10th. The entire
citizenship of the County is to be in
vited to the meeting. There will be
speeches by a number 'of prominent
men from different parts of the State.
Hon. Thomas G. McLeod of Bishop
ville, one of the best speakers in
pouth Carolina, has already accepted
am Invitation to speak. Dr. A. J.
Buist of Charleston, one of the lead
,ing physicians and surgeons of that
city, has also consented to come and
will make an addrcss. Other speakers
will be secured and a full program of
the meeting will be announced later.
In the meantime everybody is ex
pected to make arrangements to at
tend the meeting.
Virginia Orvin, Glenn Dickson, Sid
ney Abrams, winners for fly jingles
this week. Herbert Venning -yins the
prize for the nmost dead flies brought
to my office. This closes the contest
for fly jingles, although the fly swat
ters will still be given out to all those
who come to my office on Saturday
afternoons, during office hours.
Miss Ruth Moore,
Red Cross Public Health Nurse.
In last week's report of the secre
tary of the Civic League, the report
of the first vice president, Mrs. J. H.
Orvin, was omitted. We are glad to
announce that she has made .a collec
tion of all dues in her section of the
town except three and that she made
a splendid report of all of her duties.
It is estimated that of 24,00(
States 8,000,000 have defective 4
children. That proportion is pro
children in Clarendon County, bt
need spectacles that are not wea
The child's chances for gettii
tages are few if it's vision is poor
examined and fitted by
D R. J. E.
Tphree little letters
word-but what mor
ters mean. Health, (
fact one's general wel
that one simple word.
Put PURITY befor
both are excellent, b
for one's Health, Con
Surely, all should
discovered the proces
stowed its blessings<
ICE is the result of a
methods of making Ic
Water used in P)URIN
I will apply to the Probate Court
for Clarendon County, S. C.,. on Mon-,
day, June 27, 1921 at eleven o'clock
in the forenoon for a Discharge as
Administrator de bonis non with the
Will annexed of Estate of Rosa Green
Manning, May 15, 1921 21-5t-c
i3ome prognostigators of the times
have said that a Ford retail agency
furnishes as accurate a barometer of
general conditions as can be obtained,
If this is so the news that the Clar
endon Motor Co., local Ford dealer,
has just unloaded a carload of tour
ing cars and roadsters several of
which are to be delivered at once will
be welcomed as a harbinger of bet
All creditors and debtors in re: es
tate of the rate L. B. Asbell (Summer
ton Drug Co., Summerton, S. C.,) de
ceased are hereby notified to render
their accounts duly attested and to
make any and all payment due said
estate to the undersigned at Edgefield,
S. C., or to Summerton Drug Co., at
Summerton, S. C.
E. C. ASBELL,
Administrator, Estate of L. B. As
,000 school children In the United
yes. That is one of every three
bably larger than found with the
it certainly there are many who
ig the best from its school advan
You can have its's eyes properly
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forming the simp~lest
e could three small let
Tomfort, Satisfaction, in
fare are all contained in
e it, and its value, if such
:ely doubles, Remember
ut when put together
a mighty force pulling
ifort and Satisfaction.
be grateful to him who
s of Ice Making and be
n humanity. PURITY
11 up-to-date and careful
e. Nothing but Distilled
I Ice Co.
Folks who have been expecting Ford
to put out a new mod,1, will be disap-'
pointed although there are several
changes in the new cars. The most
noticeable is In. the green visor head
light. The Ford Motor Co., adopted
this after thorough tests in every
state in the Union and found that it
conformed with the requirements of
every anti-glare law and ordinance in
the country. Other changes are found
in the front spring clamp which great
ly facilitates changing a broken
spring. Careful attention to the wir
ing to prevent short circuit is found
in additional insulation. The new fan
pulley made of precision cast alum
inum is also a departure.
We have a limited amount
of room for storing cotton
in the Palmetto Warehouse
at Columbia, S. C., rates rea
sonable, see me if you need
1t-c S. J. SMITH.
Mrs. E. C. Alebrook, Principal
Manning, S. C.
Fifteen standard units. High school
English, French, Latin, mathematics
science and penmanship. Thorough
preparation for any college. Students
for Winthrop and Clemson win hon
ors. Ceitificates admits to leading
colleges without examination. Spe
cial coaching for beneficiary scholar
ships offered by Winthrop, Clemson
the Citadel, and South Carolina Uni
CLASSIFIED ADVE RTISING
LOST-Between Davis Cross Roads
and Manning, Summerton road, a
mans coat. Very valuable note
book and Waterman's Ideal Foun
tain Pen in pockets. Finder please
return to Times office or W. R.
Gray at Manning and receive re
both good 4
Most of t
White Rose Sh
years ago and
can be eaten a
enne pepper n
It's been a
fruit sold at thi
-.this price befc
You don't haiv
Lemon Cling I
Free Stone Pe4
ago. Use the
Corn, New York St
This is as
There are still
Prunes, Very choi
Riee, whole grain,
Trhis is onl
We are following
striving to make
WANTED-Ice boxes to make and
refrigerators to repair, and wells
to bore'or anythin in the line of
repair - work. J. P. Bell.
WANTED-By 'experienced steno
grapher position anytime after June
1st. Write or call Manning Times
Rub-My-Tism is a powerful anti
septic. Cures infected cuts, old sores,
FOR SALE--One Red Star Detroit
Vapor Oil Stove five burners slight
ly used, will seli at sacrifice. W. P.
Bailey, Bloomville, S. C. 20-2t-p
666 cure!s Malaria, Chills and Fever,
Bilious Fever, Colds and LaGrippe, or
KODAKERS - Correct developing
means better pictures. Send your
kodak films to us and get the best.
Columbia Studio, 1423 Main Street,
Columiba, S. C. Write for price
FOR SALE-Peanut Seed, carefully
selected,, shelled and graded, fresh
at planting time. Let us book your
order now, but do not plant until
May or June for best results. We
can furnish White Spanish or Run
ner seed in any quantity at reason
able price; also peanut planters and
weeders; and full information about
growing. Sea Island Cotton Oil
Co., Charleston, S. C. 13-tf-c
Rub-My-Tism is a great pain killer.
Relieves pain and soreness, Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Sprains, etc.
THIS ANSWER IS EASY
Why are so many people coming
to us for Business Training? The
answer is easy. They receive the
right kind of instruction from the
right kind of instructors. What
pleases them will please you. Try it.
All regular courses taught by mail
Write us for information.
Phone 951 Columbia, S. C.
Win. Lykes, Jr., F. W. Lykes.
s that are
te articles listed below are
'ye been in ten years. Sur
ielp the craving for lower
ad - -
aced this meritorious article in Mannin
never sold it before for less than 25c.
it comes from the can. It is also d
The pieces rolled in meal and fried
k eggs and seasoned with a dash of or
akes a jolly wholesome breakfast or si
ples, clean and bright
good many years-way before the war.
'jeots, fancy fruit, larg
io recollection of ever selling such ie
re. The (distinctive flavor of Ap~ricots r
fruit for breakfast. Let us .01end you
to reach for them nowv, they're low ei
eaches, California's Ii
zches, California's cho
the price's at which such Peaches sold f
mn freely and be healthy.
ate Sugar, regular size ca
cheap as wve have ever sold these gra
cheaper kinds but wye dlon't handle thei
ce, bright Santa Clara's,
ecr at old1 time prices. As they requi
are today one of the best bargains in
Fole, clean and white
iery fancy -
a level with the best of pre-war valu
at 8c and 10c quart.
1 the downward dips of I
our service all that the wi
PHONE No. 8
LOCAL MANAGER WANTED-At
once by the largest concern of it's
kind in the world, to develop and
handle local business. No invest
ment or experience required. $2500
to $10,000 profita first year, accord
ing to population, and wonderful
future possibilities, as ours is a
staple commodity with constant un
limited demand and we undersell all
competition. Guarantee Coal Min
ing Company, 1397 Como Bldg,
GASOLINE SYSTEM-Oil Tanks and
Pumps, Air Compressors, Comput
ing Scales, Show Cases, Account
Registers, Floor Scales, Rebuilt
Cash Registers, Safes, Store Fix
tures. The Hamilton Sales Co.,
Columbia, S. C. No.5-tf.
I AM OFFERING my household fur
nishings for sale. Anyone inter
ested please see Mrs. M. L. Barnett,
at Mrs. Rosa Weinberg.'
666 quickly relieves Constipation,
biliousness, Loss of Appetite and
Headaches, due to Torpid Liver.
For Friday and Saturday
$3.00 Overalls, pair -----.......98c
$3.00 Dress Shirts, each --..98c
$7.00 Men's Dress Pants, pair $4.98
50c Men's Hose, pair ---------20c
$18.00 Men's Suits ----.......$7.98
Yours For Bargains
Katzoff's Dept. Store
ABRAMS OLD STAND
lb. can, 20c
g about nine
in hot fat or,
ion and Cay
ipper. Try it.
- lb. 15c
e can - 35c
take them an,
a dlozen cans.
est, large cans 35c
ice, large cans 25c
as 15c an'd 18c
ides of Corn.
- lb. 20c
re very little
- qt. 12 Ac
- qt. 15e *
es. We have
he market and