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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1922
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARYY 22
Mr. W. S. Prince spent last week
Mrs. Jane Horton and Miss Oliva
are visiting in Abbeville.
Miss Leona Rhodes of Gable, spent
the week-end with Miss Edna Boger.
Misses Lucy Wilson and Shaw of
Sumter, spent Saturday in town.
American Legion meeting next
Tuesday evening at 8 p. m.
J. G. Dinkins, Esq., went to Colum
bia on business this morning.
Mrs. S. J. Bowman left Thursday
night to visit her daughter, Mrs.
Ralph Newton in Atlanta, Ga.
Miss Annie Purdy of Sumter, is
visiting at the home of Judge and
Mrs. John S. Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ness and little
daughter, Mrs. D. Hirschmann,
Messrs. Harry Riff and J. A. King
spent Sunday in Kingstree.
Our New I
Are talked a1
ried away witl
have them in
In Crepe DeChine
New Arrivals Daily.
T he Store of Style at
ck of Weinberg (
Stock was boug
the benefit of oui
public know all al
0R R I0
The W. C. T. U. will meet Monday
afternoon, March 6 at 4 o'clock at
the home of, Mrs. T. F. Coffey.
There will be 'social dance Friday
evening at the old 5-10-25c Store.
From 9 to 2 a. n.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Dick
son, Jr., yesterday in Jamaci, N. Y.
a baby boy.
Miss Vera Gamble of Turbeville,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. B. Gam
The Camp Fire Girls will have a
barbecue supper up town Saturday
night from 7 to 10 o'clock. .- Every
body is invited to cone hungry.
The ladies of the Presbyterian Mis
sonary Society met with Mrs. W. C.
Davis Monday afternoon. A large
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huggins and
children left Monday for Edgefield,
where they will make their future
A large and appreciative audience
gathered in the Presbyterian Church
last Sunday night at the Union Ser
vice in honor of the Francis Willard
Memorial. The music was fine, and
the sermon on the subject of World
Peace, preached by Rev. J. A. Easley
was strong, logical, and impressive.
ui will be car
:> see it. We~
iterials at the
gette and Pongee.
ning. South Curnlinn
)urchased the Ste
lotions, etc.. This
) give our friends
d we will let the
ititititi rntitti titttttttttttuuu miwtttiu
Miss Jeanett Plowden who teaches
school in Camden, spent the wepk
Miss Margurite Duncan of Een
nettsville, spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Mouzon.
Mr. Ikey Bagnal of Carolina Col
lege spent a few (lays at his home
Miss Tora Bagnal will entertain the
Thursday night bridge club next
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Weinberg of
Kingstrce, are visiting their mother,
Mrs. Rosa Weinberg.
Col. and Mrs. J. E. Pottle of Mil
ledgeville, Ga., spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Mouzon.
Miss Rast of Georgetown, spent
the week-end at Le home of Mrs. J.
Mrs. C. A. McFaddin and Miss Mat
tie Appelt are spending today in Co
Mesdames S. O. O'Bryan and F. C.
Thomas enter' .ined Tuesday after
noon with a farewell party in honor
of Miss Augusta Appelt who left this
morning fi - North Carolina where
she ,will be employed in government
,K OF THE
out wherever fa
dies gather. Yo'
i our line when y
ill shades and m4
dlso a new line of
Crepe Meteor, Geor
s for W-B Corsets an<
took them over.
"Sells it for .Less"
wd Quality .. .. Man
;o., consisting of
ht at a ridiculouf
lucky buy. As
bout this wonder
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Minder Gaillard, colored, has been
acting very peculiar lately, and. Mon
day afternoon she was on the street
bowing to the electric light poles and
acting in a way to lead the officers to
believe she was crazy, so she was
locked up. The officers then went to
her house to get her husband, Cal
vin, to sign an affidavit stating that
she was crazy, and on their arrival
at the house, they found Calvin was
lso crazy so he was placed in jail.
Calvin did not have any poles to bow
to, so he proceeded -to eat the grass
in the yard as if he were an ox. Both
will go to the asylum.
$1.00 A BUSHEL FOR CORN
We have been asked by a great
any farmers to etend the time for
;akingx corn oi subscriptions to The
rimes that we have decided to Accept
he corn through the month of March.
3o any one wishing to take advant
ige of our co-operative offer can bring
is corn for the net 30 days. and we
vill allow them $1.00 per bushel on
he subscription price of The Times. .
Remember farmers the column
leaded "Farmers .xchange" is for
tour use and it is absolutely free.
Vow is the time to get your county
>aper without paying out any cash.
'his being a political year everybody
hould take the county paper to keep
p with the politicians. Bring your
!orn to The Times office and get a re
eipt for a year or more to the best
weekly paper in the state. 'Every two
)ushels of cron means a years sub
icription. Bring as many bushels as
iou like there is no limit to the
imount of corn we will take.
The Manning Times.
If you are in the market for Cash
F. C. THOMAS
-epresentative of American Cotton
Association. Can make you a price
)f $24 per ton delivered for 8-3-3,
;ource / of ammonia, blood tankage
umd so. Other goods in proportion.
NOTICE OF DISCH ARGE
I will apply to the Judge of Pro..
>ate for Clarendon County on the 3rd
lay of April, 1922 at 11 o'clock A.
VI. for Letters of Discharge as guar
lian for Martha .Jane Gamble, for
nierly a minor.
A. L~. Burgess,
Newv Zion, S. C., Feb. 28, 1922.
EX ECUTlOR'S SALE
Pursuant to an ordler of J. M. Wind
iam, .Judge of Probate, I will sell to
he highest bidder for cash, on Fri
lay, the 17th (lay of March, 1922, at
[1 o'clock a. mn. at the residence of
lhe late Frank Bauneau, at St. Paul,
s. C. one mule. The said mule being
old subject to a preferredl claim of
($90.00) Dollars, duec Richard Bau
St. Paul, S. C., Feb. 28, 1922.
Close Prices in Blag
JOS. S. DICKSON.
Dry Goods, Sho
ly low price, and
soon as we get tl
NBERG CO.'S (
NOTICE OF BANKRUPT SALE
Pursuant to Order of R. J. Kirk
Esq., Referee in Bankruptcy, J ail(
sell at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash at the store formerly
occupied by The 5-10-25c store in
Manning, S. C., all the stock of goods
and fixtures of the Bankrupt estate
of the 6-10-25c Store at 11 a. in. on
Monday, March 13th, 1D22.
G. T. FLOYD,
Order of Notice
UInited States District Court
Eastern District of South Carolina.
In the matter of J. R. Eadon,
On this 28th clay of February, A.
D. 1922, on reading the foregoin~g
petition for the confirmation of the
composition heretofore offered and
accepted, it is:
Ordered by the Court that a hear
ing be had thereon the 13th day of
March, A. D. 1922, before said Court
At Charleston, S. C., in said District,
d% elevedl o'clock in the forenoon, and
that notice thereof be published in
The Manning Times a newvspaper
pIrinted in said District, and that all
creditors and other persons interest
ed may appear at said time and place
and show cause if any they have why
the prayer of the said petitioner
should not be granted.
And it is further Ordered by the
Court that the Clerk shall send by
mail to all known creditors copies of
said petition and this order addressed
to then at their places of residence
Witness the Honorable Henry A. M.
Smith, Judge of the said Court and
F We carry a comi
I30x3 Fisk Cat
I can supply you with ]
Sprouts that are free fr(
thousand for April and
get better results'from n
you will from plants that
the seal thereof, at Charleston, '. C.
in said District on the 28th day of
February, A. D. 1922. i
Richard W. Hutson,
The following is the board of Town
ship assessors for Clarendon County:
Calvary-D. L. Tindal, A. E. Felder,.
W. R. Keels.
Friendship--W. R. Davis,' A. J.
Plowden, C. W. Browne.
St. Paul-J. H. King, W. D. Als
brooks, D. C. Mason.
Santee-C. F. Rawlins6n, H. C.
Cousar, J. H. June.
St. Marks-J. S. Plowden, L. M.
Alsbrooks, H. A. DuBose.
Concord-J. A. James, I. Y. Eadon,
L. E. Brailsford.
Plowdens Mill-J. M. Montgomery,.
J. D. McFaddin, S. L. DuRant.
Harmony-S. E. Nelson, E. B. Tin
dlal, W. E. Daniels.
Midway--J. J. Epps, Hugh Mcl'ad
din, J. W. Morris.
New Zion-J. T. Buddin, Sam Mc
Faddin, E. A. McFaddin.
Douglas-,J. L. Green, J. F. Turbe
vlle, R. W. Coker.
Sandy Grove-C. D. Smith, W. D.
McFaddin. G. '. Worsham.
Sammy Swamp--J. MeD. McFad
lin, S. W. Thigpen, S. G. Broadway.
St. James--Jeff M. Davis, J. E.
Rowe, E. O. Rowe.
Manning-J. . F. Bradhan, R. C.
Mt. Zion-E. C.' Coskrey, C. J.
Haley, T. E. Lowder.
Brewington-E. M. Fulton, C. S.
Land, Jr., D. M. Wilson.
Please come in and get books,'
County board meets March 14th:
H. A. Plowden,
>lete line of Ford i
and see what i
ping at $9.00. R
it Dutch and 4
DO; $1.50 1,000
ure Porto Rico Potato'
>m disease for $1.50 per
M~ay delivery.' You will
ative--grown plants than
are* -shipped into the