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: -GOEINOR VETOES JHE
/ TAX EXEMPTION ACT
Eexcutlve Says Credit of State Would
1Be jnjured-$300000 In Treas
'Wy--Cooper Also Declares Part
dY Measure' 'Regarding Voting,
'Columbia, Feb. 28.-Contending
-.:t the resolution extending the tine
for the payment of taxe' would injure
the credit of the State and that the
-section providbig that the payment of
taxes at any, time would allow hin to
'Vote. in the gereral election of 1922 is
-nonstittuiionl, Governor' Cooper, In
a. Special mes~sage to" the Senate to
night retrned the measure wit'out
his signa re. The i-esolution was in
troduced by Senator Wells, of Edge
field, and was passed by both houses,
the extension being until June 1.1 Be
cause of the lack of a quorupi the
" Senate passed the resolution over un
til tomorrow's session for consid
The Executive states that notes
of the State aggregating $1,500,000
for 1921 extension are outstanding
and that there is only $300,000 in
the State treasury. The great
credit of the State is due to its
being able to meet its obligations,
he stated, and should the resolu
tion become a law it will impair
this credit on the verge of another
The Governor said that after
consultation with Walter E. Dun
can, it had been decided by him
should the Governor's veto be sus
tained to extend the time for the
payment of taxes until - April 1.
which he is allowed to do under the
law with the consent of the Exec
utive.' After this date the penalty
-of, 7 per cent will become opera
tive and executions issued. He con
tended that the resolution will not
materially help the people behind with
their taxes and it will materially in
jure the credit 'of the State.
The greater Invicible Concert Co.,
- of Kansas City, Mo., will appear at
Ebenezer Baptist Church, Manning,
S. C., Wednesday, March 8th at 8
o'clock P. M. This company comes
highly recommended from all parts of
the country. The compans consists
of dight members and they feature
in vocal music as well as in instru
mental. Admissions is as follows:
,Children under 12 years 25c, war tax
'c-28c. Adults 45c war tax 5c-50c.
Reserved seats 66c.
Special arrangements will be made
for our white friends.
You are cordially invited.
WILLIAM L. BRYANT,
Principal Colored School.
In loving remembrance of Atticus
Richburg, died March 2nd, 1919.
In a lonely graveyard
Not more than two miles away,
We laid onr dear friend
In that cold and silent clay.
There he lies in peaceful slumber,
Awaiting the great judgment morn,
Then G i will take him in His num
And love and care for him as a
Babe that is newly born.
( He was a good boy, that we all knew,
As good as any young man,
But God in His great wisdom know
And took him to that beautiful land
le was good .natured quiet and kind,
With a bright and gentle mind
For the be
. Our variety of Woo
plete and, as the season
have on hand flow Will b
depend uponl us to make
will need and, of the qua
from us. We have on he
Irish Cobbler, Red I
Alaska, Telephone, Noti
Black Valentine, Red V
Golden Wax, Burpee's S
Bean's. Wood's Prolific
Fordhook and Wilson B
Hickory King, Improved
ite, Adam's Early, Blan<
Evergreen Corns. Dwa
Irish Grey, Tom Watson
'AJI the above sold fron
types. A full line of the
Squash, Cabbage, Cucun
'' Ponderosa and other Ton
stock is all new and fred1
Supply of Carpet Grass
. On the "Busy Corne
EER HAVE IT?,
If You Have, the Statement of This
Manning Citizen Will Interest
Ever have a "low-down" pain in,
'In the "small, right over the hips?
That's thq, home of backache.
If it's caused by weak kidneys,
Use 'Doan's Kidney Pills.
Manning people testify to their1
worth. Ask your neighborL
James E, Reardon, machinest Man
ning, says: "Some years ago I used
Doan's Kidney Pills and found them
a valuable- remedy. At that. time my
kidneys were :gibing me coniederable 1
-trouble: 'I had backaches and. poiins
across my loins. I used Doan's and
they gave me prompt and lasting re
AFTER A LAPSE OF SEVEN
YEARS-, 'Mr. Reardon said: f'You
can still use the statement which I
gave. some time ago praising Doan's
Kidney Pills. Doan's certainly are a
good remedy for kidney trouble."
Price '60c at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
M.. Reardon had., Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
To meet him was worth the while,.
For he always gave 'you a smile.
Of all his friends who use to love him,
How many wept when he died?
To be sure I know not how many,
But I am quite sure his cried.
Dear friend we miss you so,
In the places we use to go,
At Church or at home how lonely
- we be,
When there is no pal like you for us
(Signed: R. L. Jones,
Mayesville, S. C.
HABITS OF CHINCH BUG
DISCUSSED IN BULLETIN
Results of several years' study of
the biology of the chinch bug, pon
ducted in South Carolina with a view
to the control of the insect in that
region, has now been published by the
United States Department of Agri
culture as Department Bulletin 1016,
Bionomics of the Chinch Bug, a pro
fessional paper by Philip Luginbill,
entomological assistant. The pest is
of considerable importance, especially
in some of the northern counties . of
the State, and many planters will
plant no small grain, giving as a rea
son that attempts to do so result in
PORTO RICA Slips for bedding,
$1.50 per bushel. I. A. Plowden.
WANTED-To buy fifty or sixty good
light-wood posts. Must be good
and fat and eight and one-half feet
long. I. D. Cothran, Manning.
FOR SALE-No. 1 Pea Vine Hay,
baled, $?0.00 per ton. A. S. Raw
linson, Davis Station.
FOR SALE-600 Stalks Seed Cane at
3 cents per stalk. .1. A. Robprts,
Foreston, S. C.
FARMERS-Would like to know how
I can trade corn in the shuck for
velvet beans in the hull. Will some
farmer make me an offer. R. D.
st of fields an<
d's popular, hiigh producing s
for plantirg approaches, such
a stocked, thus our many loyf
every effortI to provide them
ity they have so long been a<
liss and Spaulding No. 4 RoS4
,'s Excelsior and Bliss Evern
ilentine, Boiiuitiful, Keenye's
tringless Green Pod and Ke:
Bush' Lima, Woods Improved
ush Lima Beans, Carolina Sie
Golden Dent, Southern Snow:
l's Extra Early, Country Ge
rf Essex Rape. Velvet Beana
Halbert's Honey and Kleckl4
bulk. Tomato Seed, early and
favorites in small- packet s<
ibers, Parsley, Piemento and I
tatoes. Egg Plant, Cantaloup
1 and constantly being added 1
mnd Bermuda Grass Seed.
THE SEEO PEOPLE'
e" across the stireet from the ..
)roducing chinch" na 1 a cqn
equence they are unable to' -make 'a
Coincident with the field investiga
,ions, some time - was devoted to a
study of the insect in the laboratory
it Columnbia, S. C.,\which are not yet
omplete. Among the novel Tacts
earned concerning the life history of
,he insect is that in this locality it
ins six instars or moulting ptages,
axclusive of the egg stage-five im
mature stages, the sixth being the
idult stage. Heretofore the insect
has been represented as passing
;hrough five instars 'in its develop
mont. Thd bulletin, which is well 11
ustrated, discusses the insect as to
ts seasonal history in South Carolina,
behavior, mating, life history, des
:ription of the egg and nymphal in
stars,.and the sexual differences
imong adults. Very little is yet
known, it is said, concerning Phoran
tha occidentis Walk, the newly. dis
:overed fly parasite of the chinch
. Subscribe to The Times
HOUSES FOR RENT-Ranging in
price from $10.00 to $25.00. Ap
ply to H. J. Bomar. 6-tf-c.
REMEMBER the Sanitary Shaving
Parlor. The place where business
is most appreciated.
HOUSES FOR RENT-Ranging in
price from $10.00 to $25.00. Ap
ply to H1. J. Bomar. 6-tf-c.
FOR SALE-Dwelling on North
Church Street. Four rooms, two
porches, open fireplaces. Splendid
location, on acre lot. Easy terms.
E. C. Nettles Alsbrook, Phone 226.
WILL EXCHANGE - Lumber for
Corn. Lumber is priced at $ I14 per
thousand feet. Will pay 60 per
bushel for corn, same to be deliver
ed at my mill on Coclough Place
near Jordan. H. H. Medlin. 7-3t-c
ROOMS TO REN'r-Suitable for of
fices or living rooms. Every con
venience, bath lavatory, sink, hot
and cold water. Apply to The
Manning IHardware Co. 9-tf-c
FOR SALE-At one-half price. One
new Trailer for carryjng trunks
behind car; a dozen Gothic Window
Sash filled with stained glass; two
Chandeliers with lamps for large
hall or Church. Address X care of
STORE FIXTURE BARGAIN--We
have in our possession a 15 foot
8/, inches 31 drawer Sherer Pat
ented Display Counter. The first
reasonable offer takes this counter
which costs today new $397.50. Call
on DuRant & Ellerbe, at once. c
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE
I will apply to the - Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County on the 13th
lay of March, 1922, at 11 o'clock a.
m. for Letters of Discharge as Admin
istrator of the Estate of Joseph Ragin,
C. Tradewell Dingle,
Summerton, S. C., Feb. 11, 1922.
seds is very nearly corn
seeds as we may not~
Jl seed customers may
with such seeds as they
acustomed to' getting
Seed Potatoes. E arly
>earing Garden Peas.
ritucky Wonder Snap
Pole Lima, Burpee,
va or Pole Lima Beans.
Flake, Trucker's Favor
ntlemnan and Stowell's
i. Georgia Rattlesnake,
ty Sweet Watermelon.
late Blight Resistant
3eds, .such as Beets,
sell Peppers. Brimmer,
es etc. etc. Our seed
>a Also have a limited
y Co., In.
Id Harvin Hosie uMl
Million packets Of
Flower Seeds Free
We believe in flowers around the
ho~pes of the South. Flowers brighten
up the home surroundings and give
pleasure and satisfaction to those who
We have 'filled more than a million
packets of seeds, of beautiful yet
easily grown flowers to be given to
our customers this spring.
Wouldn't you like to. have ' five
packets of beautiful flowers free?
,YOU CAN GET THEM! Hastings
1922 catalog is a 100-page handsomely
illustrated seed book full from cover
to cover of truthful descriptions ahd
illustrations of vegetables, flowers and
tarn crops. It is full of helpful gar
den, flower and farm information that
is needed in every Southern home,
and, too, the catalog tells you how to
get these flower seeds absolutely free.
Write for our 1922 catalog now. It
is the finest, most valuable and beau
tiful seod book over published, and
you will be mighty glad you've got it.
There is no obligation to buy any
thing. Just ask for the catalog, and
It will come by return mail.
H. G. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN,
NEWS FROM CL[MSON COLL[GE
E. D. Plowden, Correspondent.
Clemson College, S. C., Feb. 27.
Thirteen men from here had the pleas
ure of attending the student volunteer
conference of South Carolina which
met at Columbia College, Columbia,
S. C., on February 17, 18, and 19.
The entire conference consisted of
279 delegates representing the var
ious colleges of South Carolina. The
conference war a great success and a
source of great inspiration and infor
mation to all those attending it. The
success of the conference can, in a
large measure, he allotted to the hos
pitality shown by the officers and
students of Columbia College. Every
delegate cannot hell) but feel deep
ly grateful to the officers and stu
dents for - the wonderful reception
given them while at the conference.
To the students of the Presbyterian
Seminary is also due considerable
credit for the success of the confer
The student volunteers decided to
hold the conference at Winthrop Col
lege, Rock Hill, next year. It is hoped
that Clemson will have all organized
band of student volunteers by this
On Thursday night, the members
of the Clemson College athletic asso
ciation met in chapel for the nurpose
of electing new officers for the pre
sent year. By acclamation, Prof. ).
H. Henry was re-elected as President
of the association. Prof. S. M. Mar
tin was elected as the other member
of the faculty to sit on the athletic
counsel. Cadet J. F. Coleman was
unanimously elected manager of the
football team for 1923. 'lhe follow
ing cadets were elected to their re
spective offices: J. P. Kinard, vice
president; G. L. Wade, N. R. Salley,
and E. A. Smythe, student members
of athletic counsel; G. L., Wade, sec
retary and T. W. Morgan, historian.
Every member of the students
newspaper correspondence club
should be very grateful to Prof. and
Mrs. A. B. Bryan for having so de
lightfully entertained them on last
Saturday night, February 25th. The
reception began promptly .it seven
forty-five and lasted until near mid
night. It was complete in every way
and everyone attending the sociable
enjoyed a very delightful time. About
sixteen members of the club and a
dlozen or more young ladies attendbed
the affair. T'he many merry-making
games of the early part of the even
ing later gave wvay to music andb
(lancing. Cake an" ice ' eami was
The congregation of the Presby
terian Church gave a .rio of par-ties
for the Pr-esbyterian cadets on last
NOTlICE OF D)ISCHiARGE
I will appily to the Judge of Pro
h~ate for Clarendon County on the 13th
day of March, 1922, at 11 o'clock a.
m. for Letters of Discharge as Adlmin
istrator of the Esitate ot James Gih
J1. S. Cottingham,
.Jordann, S. C., Feb. 11 , 1922.
'rho qualified voters residling in
Douglas School District No. 21 of
Clarendon County, South Carolina,I
will hereby take notice that an elec
tion will be hel at the Hicks School
House on Wednesday, March 15th,
1922 for the purIpose of voting on
the question wvhether said school dis
trict shall levy and collect annually
an additional tax of Nine (9) mills
for general school purposes. Polls'
open from 7 a. mn. to 4 p. mn. Regis
tration certificates andb tax receipti
required as in general elections.
By order of Clarendon County
Board of Education. The el'etion wvill
be conducted by J. W. Coker', W. D.
Hicks and W. M. Robinson, r-ustees.
2t-e County Supt of-Education.
T1he State of South Carolina,
County of Clar-endon.
By J. M. Wlndhanm, Pr-obate Judige:
Whereas, Hester Trind made suit
to me to grant her Letters of Admin
istration of the Estate and effects of
These arec, therefore, to cite and
admnonish all andl singular- the Kind
re'dl and Creditors of the said Sanders
Tindal dleceased, that they be and ap
p~ear before me, in the Court of Pr-o
bate, to be held at Manning on the
13th (lay of March next, after publi
cation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any they
have why the saidl Administration
shouid ntot be granted.
Given under- my hand this 27th (lay
of February, Anno D~omini, 1922,
J. M. Windham, '
pnd. Jurdre of Probate.
Friday evening which were very much
enjoyed by all those attending the
Last Wednesday, February 22nd,
being Washington's birthday, the
members of the corps of cadets were
given a holiday on that date.
Of the twenty-four classes that
have graduated at Clemson College,
only two can boast of still having all
of their members; these are the first
or the '96 class and the last or the
'21 class. The '96 class and the '21
class, so far, have had no casualties.
The annual preliminary inspection
of Clemson College was made a few
(lays ago by Major Audrey. This in
spection was for the purpose of de
termining whether the college should
den Plows, Castin
Pads, Tinware, A
anything you wani
Jos. S. I
HE Ford 'ourin
farm homes, of th
sure, comfort and cons
other one thing.
It has enabled the farn
with friends, attend c
tions, and enjoy tle
abound in country life,
Truly the Ford car wi
and maintenance, its
has been a boon to th<
Your order should be
to avoid delay in deliv.
If you are in doubt al
ing glasses that need chan
to your advantage to see
DR. C. A
Dr. Ward is in charg<
ment, and will carry a cor
Optical Goods, giving you
larger cities. Remember
the place. ONE D)AY ON
DR. C. A.
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be later visited by the staff of inspec
tors who decide which institutions
shall be placed on the, distinguished
list. If Major-Audrey was favorably
impressed we are in for a big inspec
tion before long, and it will be up to
every man to do his best to prove that
Clemson is going to stay on the Dis
tinguished list-an honor that is now
held by only about a dozen colleges
in the United States.
The Clemson basket ball team mem
bers are now in Atlanta, Ga., attend
ing, the S. I. A. A. basket ball tourna
ment. Twenty-three colleges have
entered the tournament and the win
ner will represent the South in the
National Inter-collegegiate meet to
be held later at Indianapolis.
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gs, Collars, Collar
gateware. In fact
F Car has brought to the
e country more real plea
renience than perhaps any
er and his family to mingle
iurch, neighborhood func
many pleasantries that
th its low cost of operation
usefulness and efficiency,
p aced atorace if you wish
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