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DILLON STOI. Uih ;i)
Dillon, Feb. 21.-Fire here about
3 o'clock this morning which start
ed in the store occupied by David Fass
and spread to other buildings, caus
ed damiege of considerably more than
$50,000 with insurance of $56,000 re
The fire was discovered in the
dry goods store occupied by David
Fass and before the fire depart
ment' could make any headway the
entire two-story building was gutted.
The rear of the bu'lding wan occupied
by Charlie Saleeby which was a con
nection with Saleeby's large grocery
store and did considerable damage to
- the whole stock and suffired.
'On the left of the building oc
cupied by Fass was a large store
building owned by L. Cottingham.
The high wall dividing the two stores
during the process of the fire fell
upon the roof of the Cottingham
store, crushing in the roof, the spread
of which caused the whole wall to fall.
0. W. Jacobson occupied the Cotting
ham building and carried a stock
valued at $30,000 or more. This stock
as well as the store building, is in
ruins from both fire and water.
Fass' damage is unknown reported
insurance being $21,000. The Salee
by building damage is estimated
at $15,000, 'insurance $8,000. Salee
by's stock damage was very severe,
insurance being $4,000. L. Cotting
ham's store damage was estimat
ed at $12,000 with $8,000 insurance.
0. W. Jackson's estimated damage
was $20,000, with insurance of $15,
TEXT OF McGHEE BILL
Columbia, Feb. 21.-The substitute
bill providing for an income tax bas
e don the McGhee amendment to the
original bill, and prepared by a select
Senate committee, was introduced to
night shortly before the Senate ad
journed, and attached to it was the
minority report by Senator Padgett
of 'Colleton. It provides for a levy or
25 per cent of the present federal in
Butter was never
intended for hog fee
Bet it is being done today on every
p!ace where an inferior or half-woi
:?'arator is being used, or where ii
-f~t:!ing by the wasteful "gravity"
. -Adit's a wholly unnecessary
ccaurc a D Lavai Cream Separal
rave enough cream to pay for itself
stop to all the wa +e of cream and tie
f:,r many years to come.
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EVER HAVE II? .
If You Have, the Statement of Thi
Manning Citizen Will Interest
Ever have a "low-down" pain ii
In the "small," right over the hips
That's the home of backache.
If it's caused by weak kidneys,
Use Doan's Kidney Pills.
Manning people testify to thei
worth. Ask your neighbor!
James E. Reardon, machinest Man
ning, -says: "Some years ago I use,
Doan's' Kidney Pills and found ther
a valuable remedy. At that time m:
kidneys were giving me conisderabl
trouble. I had backaches and pain
across my loins. I used Doan's an
they gave me prompt and lasting re
AFTER A LAPSE OF SEVEI
YEARS, Mr. Reardon said: "Yo,
can still use the statement which
gave some time ago praising Doan
Kidney Pills. Doan's certainly !re
good remedy for kidney trouble."
Price 6Oc, at all dealers. Don'
simply ask for a kidney remedy-ge
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same tha
Mr. Reardon had. Foster-Milburi
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
State of South Carolina,
Court of Common Pleas.
Bank of Summerton, Plaintiff,
Ozias Mathis, Mary M. Mathis, some
times known as Minnie M.. Mathis
Mary C. Carver, Augusta L. Wad
ford, Troy Wadford, Ragin Mathis
Mary Alice Mathis The Nationa
Bank of Sumter, South Carolina
"he Citizens Bank of Pinewood
The Mutual Fertilizer Company, E
F. A. Wieters & Sons, Inc., J. A
Weinberg, Davis & Barnes, Inc
r. ;,'+(YY Have you had
td tes tod lately?
weill bring out a
cow-owner s mwn Dc Laval and
n-out cream run your slim-milk
se farmer is through it. We
method. know that in many
instances the new
waste, too. De Laval will get
or will soon cream out of the
, and put a skim-milk.
C and labor We will behvery
glad to make such
test free of charge.
~S. Manning, S. C
th rough i. W
intace te Ie
De Lvalwil ge
ram ou Ifh
gld o3ak sc
Irda an-emnn re I
lMV ic-r.et I
s HOUSES FOR RENT-Ranging it
price from $10.00 to $25.00. Ap
ply to H. J. Bomar. G-tf-c
WANTED-Representatives to sel
a monuments. Attractive proposi
tion. Write Charlotte Marble an<
Granite Works, Charlotte, N. C
Largest in the Carolinas. 6-3t-c
WANTED-Two or three small sav
r mills to cut small tracts of piny
timber in Clarendon.County by con
tract. For particulars see D. II
: Smith, St. Paul, S. C. 7-2
Y .HOUSES FOR RENT-Ranging ii
e price from $10.00 to $25.00. Ap
a ply to H. J. Bomar. p.-tf-c
- FOR SALE-Dwelling on Nortl
Church Street. Four rooms, tw<
I porches, open fireplaces. Splendi<
u location, on acre lot. Easy terms
I E. C. Nettles Alsbrook, Phone 226.
s WANTED SALESMAN - Exclusiv
rights granted to one man in eael
t county to handle patent clothe
t reel on commission basis. Hand
t some income to hustlers. Com
mercial Employment Bureau, Bo:
297, Greenville, S. C. I t-c
WILL EXCHANGE - Lumber fo
Corn. Lumber is priced at $10 pe
thousand feet. Will pay 60 pe
bushel for corn, same to be deliver
ed at my mill on Cocloih Place
near Jordan. H. H. Medlin. 7-3t
LOST-Studebaker Rim fitted witl
Kokomo Tire, between Manning
and Sumter on Friday last. Re
war for its return to F. N. Wilsoi
- Insurance Agency, Manning. 1t
- WANTED-Man with car to sell lov
priced Graham Tires. $130.00 pe:
1 week and commissions. Grahan
Tire Co., 3129 Boulevard, Bentoi
Harbor, Mich. 1t-1
WANTED--To rent typewriter for i
short time. Address Box 191, Man
ning, S. C. It-p
STORE FIXTURE BARGAIN-W<
have in our possession a 15 foo
8% inches 31 drawer Sherer Pat
ented Display Counter. The firs
reasonable offer takes this counte
which costs today new $397.59. Cal
on DuRant & Ellerbe, at once.
Sunmerton Hardware Company
Peoples Wholesale Grocery Con
pany and F. W. Josey, Defendants
To The Defendants Above Named:
You are hereby summoned and re.
quired to answer the Complaint it
this action, of which a copy is here.
with served upon you, and to serve t
copy of your Answer to the said Com
plaint on the subscriber (T. H
Stukes) at his oflice in Manning, S
C., within twenty days after the ser.
vice hereof, exclusive of the day 01
such service; and if you fail to answer
the Complaint within the time afore.
said, the plaintiff in this action wil
apply to the Court for the relief de
manded in the Complaint.
T. H. Stukes,
I To The Defendant, Mary C. Carver:
TAKE NOTICE That the Sumno
and Complaint in the above stated ac
tion were filed in the Office of th
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas fo
Clarendon County, S. C., on Februar
1, 1922 and are now on file in sai
T. H. Stukes,
NOTICE OF BANKRUPT SALE
*In The District Court of The Unite
" States, for the Eastern District c
Notice of Sale.
In The Matter of L. D. Nettles
I Pursiunt to Order of R. J1. Kir'<
Esquire, Referee in Bankruptcy,
will sell at public auction, foi- casi
*all of the stock of goods and fixture
belonging to the Bankrupt Estate not
ith 't'r formerly occupied by I
.Netes in Manning, S. C., at 1
A. M.on the 24th dlay of F'ebruary
I 1922 in front of the said store. Pui
* suant to the same Order I will sell a
* public auction for cash, at 12 o'cloci
Noon on the 24th day of F'ebruary
1922 all of the stock of goods and fix
Itures belonging to the Bankrupi
I Estate in the store building former
ly occupied by L,. D). Nettles at AI(colu
S.C eore the said store.
NOTICE OF BIANKRIUPT SALE
IIn The District Court of The Unite<
States, for lhe Eastern District o
I Notice of Sale.
In The Matter of B. A. Weinber,
Pursuant to Order of R. .J. Kirn
Esquire, Referee in Bankruptcy,
will sell at public auction, for cash
in front of the store formerly occupie<
by B. A. Weinberg in Manning, S. C.
at 10:30 A. M. on the 24th day o
IFebruary, 1922 all of the stock o
goods and fixtures containedl in th<
HI. I. ELLERBE,
I Genuine Matne Grown
I -SEED POT ATOES
Manning, S. C.
, NEWS FROM CLEMSON COLLEGE
E. D. Plowden, Correspondent.
1 Clemson College, S. C., Feb. 21.
- Last Monday night, February 13th,
1 Clemson met and defeated the College
of Charleston in a basketball' game
that was really one-sided, Clemson'
- running up a total of 35 points while
v her opponents made but 8. The game
e was played in the new gymnasium
- which has just recently been built.
On Tuesday night' the Citadel
t quintet journeyed to Clemson to do
- battle with the "Tigers" and again
i Clemson was victor, this time by the
- narrow margin of 20 to 19. Both
teams were intent on having a victory
- and the teams were as evenly match
1 ed as could be found anywhere. The
D scores remained almost the same
:1 throughout the entire game and it
was not until after the final whistle
blew that a victory for the "Tigers"
- was assured.
e Last week the February issue of the
1 "Chronicle" appeared. This issue
s contained some splendid short stories,
- poems, essays, etc., and came well
- within reach of the "Faculty Number"
r of January.
The Sophomore dance, given '.--re
- last Friday night by the Sophom-re
r Dancing Club was quite' a success in
r every way and attracted many men
r bers of the younger set from the
- nearby towns.
e For the past two weeks, basketball
c games between the various companies
- have been played and each time the
1 winners of the regimental champion
e ship have been given free "movie"
- tickets, also the members of the com
1 pany whose team won the champion
ship were each given free tickets.
Both times the championship was won
v by cflnpany "B".
r On last Friday night, February 17,
1 Clemson defeated Georgetown in a
i basketball game played at George
town, Kentucky, by a score of 34 to
1 The track meets, which were
- scheduled for last week, had to be
. postponed until a later date due to
the inclemency of the weather the
first of last week. These meets,
t which are to be held solely for the
purpose of developing a winning track
team for the 1922 season, will, doubt
less, be scheduled sometime in the
I near future.
Athletics are now on the bonm
around the hills of Clemson. With
baseball well under way, tr-iek be
ginning to draw attention, the com
pany basketball games in full swing,
and the varsity basketball season in
its midst, an opening is furnished for
every man in the entire student body
to try out for some team if he is at
all athletically inclined. Everything
that is being done is with the idea of
developing winning teams at Clem
Subscribe to The Times
Licenses are due and payable now
at my office in Court House, after
25th February 10 per cent. will be
T. L. BAGNAL,
Clerk and Treasurer,
Town of Manning.
NOTICE OF SALE
The State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon.
Court of Common Pleas.
Ida Levi, Plaintiff,
Agnes Janes, Charlie .James, Johnny
iae, Julius James, Madison
f James, Catherine JTohnson, Alex
lMadison Nelson, Perry Nelson,
Lucile Nelson, Wesley Nelson,
Charley Nelson, Carrie 01liver, Na
thaniel James, The Sumter T1rust
Company, Trustee and F. Elizabeth
I Pursuant to a D~ecree of the Court,
'1 of Common Pleas for saidl County and
a State made in above entit led ac tioii
v, dated F'ebruarv 13th, 1922, 1, J1. E.
,.Gamble, Sheriff of Clarendon County
- wil /iv /FR
cover with cutter
check from being
amount, and then
~Call at our
Columbia, S. C.
MONDAY, FEB. 27, ONEI
ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY 1
$3,500 GUARANTEED ATTRACTION
MAIL ORDERS NOW
PRICES: $4.00, $3.00, $2.50, $2.00, $1.09
Plus War Tax
n e aurnd
All Orders Filled in Order Received)I
When Sent With a Guaranteed Re
mittance and Self-addressed
BROWN & PROPST, Mgre.
will sell at public auction to the high
est bidder for /ash, in front of the
Court House door at Manning, S. C.,
on Monday, March 6th, 1922, being
salesday, within the legal hours for
judicial sales, the following described
"All that piece, parc-.1 or tract of
land being that portion of the Sprott
Ilaynesworth land situate in the
County of Clarendon, in the State
aforesaid and designated as tract No.
11, containing ninety six (96) acres,
more ,or less and bounded :ad butting
as follows, to wit: North by lands
formerly known as the Dukes lands,
now owned by David Levi; East by
lands of the Estate of H. F. Turner;
South by lands of the Estate of J. M.
Sprott and West by lands of the
Estate of .John M. Rowe. The said
tract of land being the same convey
ed to the said Edward C. .James un
der the name of Edward James, by
deed of Joseph Sprott, Sr., dated Feb
ruary 15, 1883 and recorded in the of
lice of the Cl'srk of Court of Common
Pleas for Clarendon County in Book
11. 11. at pages 244 and 245."
Purchaser to pay for papers.
J. E. GAMBLE,
Sheriff of Clarendon County.
NO'T'ICE 01" DISCHARGE
I will apply to tie Judge of' Pro
bate for Clarendon County on the 13th
day of March, 1922, at 11 o'clock a.
m. for Letters of Discharge as Admin
istrator of the Estate of .Joseph Ragin,
C. 'l'radewell Dingle,
Summerton, S. C., Feb. 11, 1922.
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<J0 OUR BANK
WITHOUT A MAC
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nent in Bankirig Servic
ccount opened at our bank:
E this handsome book of P?
attached. This new system,
eO enables you to protect t:
raised. Just write your ch
tear off at the margin (liki
bank and we will be blad to demi
rvice which we have installed for:
BANK OF MAND
President TI. M. M1
ES SPROTT. Assistant Casl
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE
I will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County on the
27th day of February, 1922 at 11
o'clock A. M. for Letters of Discharge
as guardian for Thomas Miller, for
merly a minor.
Richard G. Miller,
Manning, S. C., Jan. 23, 1922.
Pursuant to an order of J. M.
Windham, .Judge of Probate we will
sell at the residence of the late
Joseph J. Mitchum, near Jordan, S.
C., to the highest bidder for cash on
Saturday, the 25th, day of February,
1922, at 11 o'clock a. in. the follow
ing personal property, to wit: Equity
i one black mare, one mule, 1 one
horse wagon, one buggy and harness,
one phaeton, one cow and calf, one
yearling and about 35 bushels of corn.
Porcher Ml. M itchum,
Ella P. Martin,
Jordan, S. C., Feb. 8, 1922 st-e
Pursuant to an order of J. M. Wind.
ham, .Judge of Probate, I will sell to
the highest bidder at public auction,
f or cash at the residence of the late
John Webb, near DuRant, S. C., at
It o'clock a. m. on Friday the 24th
day of February, 1922, the following
described property, viz:
I top huggy and harness
I-one horse wagon
3,000 pounds of cotton sced
1 two-horse wagon
I hay rake
About 481 bushels corn
3 tons of forage
1 Liberty touring automobile
7 head of hogs
1 lot of can goods
15 packages of starch
I lot of laundry soap
18 packages of soda
38 packages of smoking tobacco
2 boxes of stick candy
:39 packages of cigarettes
80 pounds of sugar
I lot of rice
I lot of flour
15 pounds of lard
I kerosene oil tank
I lot of plantation tools and plow
17 bales of cotton.
ERNEST I. RIHAME,
Sumter, S. C., Feb. 3, 1922.
NOTICE OF SALE
State of South Carolina,
In Court of Common Pleas.
Notice of Sale.
L.. C. Stukes, Plaintiff,
llenja.cnin Sabb, Defendaet.
Under and by virtue of a Decree of
the Court of Common Pleas rendered
in above stated action by his Honor,
.Judge John S. Wilson, 1, .J. E. Gan
1 lc, Sheriff of Clarendon County,
South Carolina, will sell to the high
est bidder for cash at public outcry,
in front of the Court Ihouse door at
Manning, S. ('., on llondlay, She 6th
clay of March A. I). 1922, being sales
day, within the legal hours for judi
cial sales, the following described real
All that piece, parcel or tract of
land lying, being an(1 situate in the
County of Clarendon, in the State
aforesaid, containing thirten (13)
acres, more or less, as per plat. of E.
.1. llrowne, Surveyor, dated the 4th
day of February 1909, and recorded
in the oflice of the Clerk of Court for
Ciarendon County, in plat book No.
2 at page. 94, and hounded amncd butting
now ori formcerly as follows, to wit:
Nort h by lands (If Ed ward Sabb)1; East
by hInds (If the Estate oif Susan Hecn
how~ anid lands ofI la rriet t Oliver;
South by hodns (If' Laura .\artin; and
West by hmd:s of .1 lhie R icharcdsonu
anid LI rI Mlart in. Sail tracIt (If land
bing thc sune allotte tc'lIo llenjacmin
Sabb~ . in tdivision oIf thce estate of
Bc njam 1in Sa bb,, deccased.
Purcha'i (to'pfy0for papers.
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