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THE MANNING TIMES
Entered at the Postoffice at Manning as Second-Class Matter.
Appelt & Shope, Proprietors.
Published Every Wednesday
Subscription Rates $2.00 per year in Advance
MANNING, S. C., WEDN$SDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1921
No, we have decided not to mention the latest sensa
tional murder. It is difficult to tell which is the latest.
The writer who escapes criticism is not a writer. He
is just a scribbler.
It may be true that love comes unbidden, but it gen
erally takes a fat bank account to hold it.
A good way tb annihilate an enemy army would be to
send it up in one of our own airships.
Man and wife being one, it is not to be wondered at
that so many married men love themselves.
A girl's frame of mind is not half as important as the
fram that holds her mirror.
If you think your dearest enemy is lacking in good
qualities just ask him to tell you about them. He can.
The best way to prevent money from wearing holes in
your pockets is to have no money and no pockets.
Don't judge a woman by the hat she wears. It may
not be her own. it.
Booze is officially dead, but it is doing a lot of kicking
around in its coffin.
A gas or dust cloud has been discovered in the heavens
by a Dutch scientist which he estimates to be twenty bil
lion times greater than the sun. We hope it don't drop.
If two women were saying good-bye and the house
caught afire both would be in danger of being burned to
death before either would concede the other the last word.
'Tis said that an eagle can live without food for twen
ty days. But even that would not reconcile us to .an ex
change. We don't care to sport an eagle's beak.
Tired business men in some of our cities are taking to
ballet dancing in order to acquire that willowly appear
The fight for supremacy between the pen and the
sword is at an end. The sword is no longer used in battle
and the pen has been supplanted by the typewriter.
A man will talk for hours about the short comings of
his neighbor, and then get as mad as a hornet if the neigh
bur lets out a single chirp about him.
Some men are said never to know when they are whip
ped. But perhaps they are too good at running to get in
to a scra).
Be of good cheer, brother. Knickerbockers for wo
men will not remain knickerbockers. Next season they
will be trunks.
We note, in passing, that there is less kissing among
wVomen than there was a few years ago. But perhaps. the
men~1 have no cause for complaint.
-ihe collapse of that dlirigible in England created quite
a sensation. We forgot to forget and sensated for an en
N(o matter whl'at may be accomplished by that Wash
ington conference, the American housewife will niever be
disarmned. The broomstick is a fixture in every home.
- - ---o
A hublic health official states that coile-ge graduates
are rap idly drifting toward a state of race suicide. That,
however, is probably only one of the elevating effects of
higher education, and can hardIly be charged to wood al
C' II ANGCE o1, VENUEF vl etr otemil emro
spr nVr.., sept. ;.-,! uge Gr-- fl isi'e O cn iiti ,
hamr of'ir iTt-len sutperior cour't, this 'adh hsIltl(ltedprmnt
a fternaoon grtanted a change of vaeno o. j ~~thn~o
for . f E . 'oletmano, one of fou pe-- ----o -.-- -
sons~ indictedl on a ebarge of miurd'r xitc s'- .A1)
Pt (~(Jflwill'return to' the millsh ofmorrow
place saidIhL has noxiiled the department
day fi tJCeIOhe I.TW Ai iSTSfVIE, alAejI,'*--TO adi
fin hane io ith thie dethof .'i ofdyi11.ifQt~f ih te- rbc~
plac(e1 a fawin vl he rsdt ion -o ftePlc har eels ih
mercy. A motion for new trial in.iidtekligof(eroH ik
his (ase w'ill be' heard October I, ~1I, ismngr y(rn ai
JIudge Gi:- em ann)ountced toniglht. I~~,aisF I(R~lI$o hc~o
(Tall's lifle was insuriedl for $15h,000, wigs ws rleelhl frte
with double indemnity, aind D)avisonygan uyflown tcr
was the be'n(ficiary, according to evi- ('Rjry v dct ca in hi
dene pirodruced at the trial of Dai-wihpewlit'lmr r
H(all's body v. found on the bank Rhc .Sih oa aia
of a shaullow strea mnear here a fter irvr oetknit ut~yo
what appeared tot have been an ati u-pco fhvn enIpiae
tomiobile aciden't. The state claimted inte ohry bt fiil dd nt
'r~xruv~~ OK Edayh bod connfto ikha whe robery
IU'Y'URNTO M~of hihoe Pate tihmonde vere latonight
follwing was orderd thefo ten
Charott, Set. ~- -Allstrii nt agrand uryl fuolwn eve her
tetie il oerties inChr ott ner's city.vrit cagn i
OUT 1HIS BLANK
Very definite plans are on foot for
the establishment of a commercial
creamery in Florence. If these plans
go through a much needed market for
the output of surplus milk in this part
of the state will be filled. It now
seems that tiis crniamery is almost a
certainty if the farmers of Florence
ar.d the nearby counties can assure a
sufficient quantity of cream. In or
der to determine the approximate
amount of cream that may be expect
ed, a questionnaire is being sent out
to th'e farmers of the tefritory 'thdt
can market their cream through this
Below is L copy of the question
naire. I !.ope that every farmer will
read this carefully:
1 How many dairy cows - have
you ? ... ......_
Number of pure breds, naming
breeds ? ..... -
Number of grades ? -....
Number of scrubs? ...-..
2 How many are in milk?.
3 How many would be fresh in
ninety days ? ......
4 How many would be fresh after
ninety days? ......
5 Do you use your own bull?..
If no, what breed?
Registered or grade? -
6 Have you bull in your commun
ity at stud? ........
If so, what breed? ..._....
Registered or grade?
A ge? ...... .. _.
Owner's name and address _.....
7 How niany heifer calves in your
How many, are bred, giving dates
for calving? ......_.
8 How much milk do you obtain
daily ? ... ...
How much does your family use?
How much do you sell?.--_....
#s' you sell as whole milk, butter
or separated cream? _.....
Where are you now selling your
dairy- products? -...
How near are you to a shipping
station? ....... -__
Give name of your shipping sta
tion ... -.... ..
9 How nmany dairy cows in milk
from which you do not use or sell the
m ilk ? ..........
What is the greatest amount of
milk thw.t you could produce, pro
vided you had an outlbt for same ?
10 Have you a silo ? _-......
If not, would you be interested
in having one? ......
1 Have you a cream separator?..
If not, would you be interested in
having one? ....__..
12 Have you a sufficient quantity
of feed to carry through the win
ter all the cows that you now
have? .. .... ..
Have you sufficient feed to carry
more cows than you now have?-_
Name feeds you now have ......
How many ulditicnal cows could
you feed] and care for?....
13 Have you had any experience
in feeding and managing dairy cows?
If so, how m1uch? ..... -...-....
14 Have you plenty of barn roam
to now c:-r( for your present herd ?....
15 If you buy more dairy cows
would you have to have more barn
rooml ? ..... ._ _.
Could you finance more barn room
16 Are you interested in more
dairy cows, provided you had an out
let for your separated cream ? --__..
CL ASU[D AYRTISNG
COTTrON--Ample storage capyacity at
reasonable rates and liberal ad
vances on consignments in any
quantity, for promipt sale or to be
held, offered by BATTEY & CO.,
The Substantial Cotton Factors of
Savannah, Ga. Nov. 30-c
Rnb-My-Tism is a great pain killer.
Relieves pain and soreness, Riheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Sprains, etc,
66G cures Malaria, Chifls and Fever,
Bilious Fever, Colds and LaGrippe, or
COTTON--SHipped to R.ATTEY &
CO., The Proficit-nt Cotton Factors
of Savannah, Ga., yields satisfac
tion as is evidenced by the lairgc
volume of business entrustedl to
them. Isn't it to your interest to
t ry them ? Do it now and be con
v'inced. Nov. 30-c.
We are prouid of the confidence doc
tors, druggists and the public have in
666 Chiff and Fever Tonic.
LOST--On Railtroad Ave'nue yester
(lay oneC silver card case containing
letters and~ A. C. L passes. M. C.
engravedl on back. Finder return
to 'f1mes office or H1. D. Clark at
depot and receive reward of $10.
Rub-My-Tism is a powerful arntisep
tic. Cures infected cuts, 0old sores,
RX'ATTEY & CO.,-T-lhe large and r
liable cotton factoirs of Savannah,
Gas., offer a service that combines
long and successful experience, ex
pert saloanship and financial
:.u.;dneIss. Nov. 30-c.
Ruib-M y-Tismi is a powerful anti
septic. Cures infected cuts, old sores,
CO)1LEGE P'REPAR ATORlY
Mrs. E. C. Nettles Alsbrook, P'rincip~al
Manning, S. (C.
-l ifteen standard units. II igh school
English, F'renich, Latin, mathematics
scienice andl penmanship. Tihorough
prepharation for any college. Students
for Winthrop and Clemson win hon..
ors. Certificates admflit to leading
college.y without examination. Spe
cial coaching for beneficiary scholar..
ships offeredl by Winlthrop), Clemson
the Citadel, and? South Carolina Uni
Thedlord's Black.Draughm R8g6b
R~eommeded by a Toemme
rocer for Trams Re.
el from Trid
est Nashville, Tegn' 4
oy of Thedtor'd's 'Blackt i*dsit the
genuine, herb, liver medicIne, Ii
vouched for by Mr. W. N. Parsons, a
grocer of this city.. "It Is without
doubt the best liver medicine, and I
don't believe I could get-alohg without
It. I talie It' for: sour stomich, head.
ache, bad liver,- Indigestion, and all
other troubles that are the result of
a torpid liver.
"I have known and used it for years,
and can and do highly recommend It
to every one. I won't go to bed with
out It In the house. It will do all It
claims to do. I can't say enough fol
Many other men and women throusl
out the country have found Black
Draught Just as Mr Parsons describes
--valuable In regulating the liver to
its normal functions, and in cleansing
the bowels of Impurities.
Tho4ford's Black-Draught liver modO
"e is the original and only genuline
Accept no Imitations or substituts"
Always ask. for Thedford's. gg
If so, how many?
What breeds ?
Registered or grades?........
Cows in milk? .
Heifers? ------ -------
17 If interested in buying further
cattle, would you be able to finance
same yourself, or would you need help
from your bank? .._-_..
Give name and address of your
18 Do you desire assistance of
your County Agent and of your Dairy
Specialist in making plans for caring
Tor your herd or in increasing same?.
19 Give the number of head of all
classes of poultry you now have on
hand ......_.._. -__
19 Give the number of all classes
of poultry you now have on hand.
20 What number of head do you
raise per year? .._..
21 Are you raising poultry at pre
sent on a commercial scale?
If so, what number of - head per
year are you now selling?
22 Would you be interested in in
creasing your stock of poultry, pro
vided a suitable market is afforded
you ? .... ...... _ .. _
NOTE--If a market is supplied for
your poultry, the:.-e will also be a mar
ket for .all your eggs. Please write
plainly and distinctly, giving plainly
full name and address.
Information obtai:ned by:
If you have any surplus milk or ex
pect to have, please drop me a card
and I will mail you a copy of thiv
questionnaire to be filled out and re
turned to me. The filling out and
signing of t.e bl -nk will not obligate
you to ship cream. This is only a sur
vey to determine the surplus produc
ed. The greater the surplus found the
better t.. chances of getting the
creamery, and thus a ready sale for
Especially, I want all those who
have several extra cows to write or
ask for these forms. Trhis promises
to be one of our greatest helps in
overcoming the ravrges of the boll
weevil, and if established there will
likely be no limit to the quantity of
cream that this company can use.
I can not possibly see all, so be sur-e
to write me if you are interested. A
cream chceek coming in monthly will
look mighty goodl.
W. R. Gray, counity Agent.
WHERE AIRI'L4ANE FELL
Fifth Member of Crew ls Seriously In.
.jured, But Escaped Flames
by Crawling Away
Charlestk~on, W. Va., Sept. 5.-The
bodies of four of the five members of
the crewv of the government Martin
bombing plane, No. 5, from Langley
field, Virgintia, were found today on
the north side-of Twenty-miile Creek,
ten nuiles southwest of summer-ville,
Nicholas County, and the fifth is en
route by automobile to Charleston in
a ser'ious condlition, according to in
formatio'n received tonight by Major
Davenport Johnson, in charge of the
army air forces stationed here.
The (lead are:
Lieut. Iharry L. Speek, pilot, Med
Will sell 200 Men's E
sold, only have a few m
prlices'of these Suits we
$12.98, $14.98, $16.98, $1
ABRAMS' OLD ST A
Ort. Arthur R. Brown,'Kontucky.
Private Walter E. Howard, San
*Francinco'. '- 11
Corporal 'Aexander C: Haselti,
Little chance: fqr the recovery of
CIrpor al Haseltoh was expected.
. e wrecked airplane was discov
ered by Ben Hughes, a Nicholas Coun
ty man, after a two-day search par
ticipated in by hundreds of residents
of the vicinity in which the tragedy
occurred, as well as airplanes sent
out fron' Charleston and army search
-.eaid Faknt Cifs .
Huh-ehieorted tb 'ao. , Johfint
by tefbhune that he h1aintcries
and groan's while sea rcing in a heav
ly wooded and particularly rugged
section. Following the direction of
the sounds, he said, he came upon
the wrecked machinej the nose of
which had.buried itself in the ground
in the ground in such a way that the
tail remained in the air. Its position
The Very Life <
given its ban
1. when you ha'
for yourself ;
WE WANT 3
W .C. DAVIS,
A. C. BRADE
J. T. STUKE!
WE HAVE A HIGH POWER,
complete powver plant in itself foi
the work of six to ten men. Le
823 West Gervais st.,
FThe first ten or lers receive.
Ied for $125 each. D:i not forg
stead of Battery.
Going Out o
uits at less than manufactur
onths more as store has bee
re up to $65.00, now going at
.8.98, $22.98, $24.98.
Yours for a Square Decal,
indiciated that in th firid divo to t
ground theoairplane -hao becoi up'i
The bodies of three f the victinis
Hughes 'said were su ended, head
downi in m ir '-hoid their ,cock,
pits by foot . The urth bodh,
iscovered 6 ter alter a ca'e
ful , h fteo harred bodies, wa
ju in the 04e.
th tely t"'ing his attention
to e "Inred mnan, who had man
aged to Iawl several yards from the
scene of the disaster and was found
lying face downward Hughes par
tially revived Corporal Haselton by
giving him a drink of water. He then
made the ering flier as comforta
b' rdut f&x' elp.'
-Aftert 1 of tveal .
Mat-ch6rlij d more
'th~a:nti 'do f des
woods, where he was placed in an
automobile and taken to Summerville,
the nearest town in which there was
knowi to be a physician.
The injured man's condition wa%
regarded as so critical that. the phy
sicians would allow no one to ques
tion him regarding the accident.
f a Community
the support which is
your money in the bank
ie it, you are assuring
your bank's assistance
iodation is necessary for
(OUR DEPOSITS NOW.
VEN BROS. MARBLE
Dealers in everything for the
'he largest and best equipped mon
ental mills in the Carolinas.
fast cutting outfit forced feed--a
sawving logs to any length. Does
ver control of blade while engine
is running. hlave good as
sortmnent of Gasoline En
gies. All equipped with
oshMagnecto an id offered
at factory pri'cs.
L ever c'ontrol starits id
COLUMBIA, S. C.
I for this engine wvill be furnish
tt Blosch Magneto equipmrenlt in
ers cost. Stock must be
a~ leased. Must vacate;
$4.98, $6.98, $8.98, $10.98,
JIN, Suth Car.lin