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Ehe 110rning tImes.
Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1922
Mr. Leon Burgess of Sumter, was
in town Sunday.
Mr. Oscar Hotts of Charleston, was
in. town Thursday night.
Miss Corinne Barfield spent the
week-end in Sumter with friends.
Miss May Harrelson spent the
week-end in Bishopville.
Mr. Raymond Wells of Greel v
ville spent Sunday in town.
Mr. Louis Levi spent Monday ii
Manning high school team lost to
Lynchburg high at Lynchhurg last
Thursday 5 to 4.
United States Marshall Jas. L.
Sims of Oiangeburg, spent yesterday
Miss May Flowers returned home
Monday evening from a visit to
friends in Lake City.
Miss Aline DuBose returned home
Sunday from a visit to friends in
Dr. Claud Breedin of Anderson,
visiting his parents, Capt. and M1s.
A. H. Breedin in Manning.
Miss Valley Appelt is spending to
day in Charleston, with her friend
Mrs. Mabel Johns.
Mr. J. H. DuBose one of the hust
ling merchants of New Zion visited
Manning last M'onday.
Mr. Thomas Bagnal left Tuesday
night to accept a position in Char
Mrs. Kimmie Johnson has returned
from a visit to relatives in Darling
Mr. J. P. Buddin of New Zion was
in Manning last Monday. Mr. Buddin
is being urged by the people of New
Zion, and the vicinity to become a
candidate for the House of Represen
tatives from the Salem section.
The Hail Seas
Rate 6 per cent, Maximum
F. N. Wilson Ins
To Buy, Sel
Insure your Gra
bacco in the He
on tobacco, limi
I can insure yot
fourths their val
cause, any whei
*S. W. BARRO
Don't forget the Teachers' Ex.
amination at the Court House on Fri
To be married in Greenville, on th<
18th of this month, Mr. Charles W
Wells of Manning and Miss Nel
Cunningham of Greenville.
Mrs. Edna Slater of Orangeburg
and little daughter are in Manning
visiting the home of Di W. M
Misses Frances Brown, Fannie
James Davis and Maude Sprott sponi
last week in Spartanburg, attending
the May Festival.
Miss Viva Floyd who has beer
visiting her brothers, Messrs. G. T
and Paul Floyd returned to her home
in Lake City, Saturday Manning.
Mrs. Sydney H. Bayersdorfer for
merly Miss Netta Levi of Philadel
phia, Pa., visited her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. David Levi last week.
Next Sunday is Mothers Day
Everybody should turn out to thei
respective Sundoy Schools. Wear a
red or white rose as the case may be,
Mrs. C. V. Verner who has beet
visiting her mother, Mrs. G. H. Hug
gins returned this morning to het
home in Greenwood.
We call special attention to the
candidates card of Mr. C. H. Mathis
in this issue announcing himself for
See the "White and Black Minstrel"
Thursday night at the school audi
torium at 8:30 o'clock. Local talent.
Price 15e and 25 cents. Conic and
laugh with your friends.
Last week was clean-up week and
some people did so, but others failed
to heed the warning. We call
Council's attention to some of out
back lots, they are in very bad con
Don't forget the minstrel Thursday
night at 8.30 o'clock at the . school
auditorium price 15c and 25c. There
will be good singing, cake walk, local
jokes etc. Forget your troubles and
come and be with us on that night.
Plenty of fun for old and young.
Mr. D. R. DuBose of Sardinie,
came near being seriously hurt last
Saturday night when a negro drove
into Mr. DuBose's buggy near Gable.
Mr. Dul3ose was thrown out, and the
horse dragged him some distance be
fore he could free himself. He was
kicked several times by the horse and
was somewhat bruised up, but we
learn he is not seriously hurt.
n is now on
amount $150.00 per acre
Manning, S. C.
- South Carolina
in, Cotton or To
rtford or Globe
Rate 6 per cent
t $150 per acre.
r dogs to three
ue up to $2,000
an not required.
loss from any
e. For rates and
IN MANNING, S. C.
HEADS BIG RAILROAD
The Women's Service Depart
ment of the Chicago, Burlington &
Quincy, Omaha and Kansas City
Railroads is now headed by Miss
D. Ogden. as Supervisor
Miss Ogden has had years ex.
perience in the passenger depart
ment. She knows the intricacies of
Mrs. R. M. Joye and son of Colum
bia, are visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Castine of Turbeville.
Mrs. R. D. Ridgeway and two little
girls of Petersburg, Va., are visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
At the Presbyterian Church next
Sunday morning "Mother's Day" will
be celebrated with appropriate ser
vices. At the Sunday school hour the
children will conduct the program and
at 11:15 the pastor, Rev. L. B. Mc
Cord will preach a special sermon.
This is a very sacred occasion-let's
nl honor our mothers on that (lay
by coming out to this service.
On last Wednesday evenIng, Miss
Lula M. Dickson gave her graduating
recital in piano at Chicora College.
Miss Dickson is a very talented
music ian and her work on last Wed
nesday was so greatly appreciated by
the people of Columbia that she was
requested to repeat several of her
numbers on Saturday night. The fol
lowing from Manning attended this
recital: Dr. and Mrs. G. L. Dickson,
Miss Francis Dickson, Mrs. S. O.
O'Bryan and Miss Maude Sprott.
Last Saturday this community was
shocked to learn of the untimely
death of Mr. Charles M. Wilson of
Summerton. The deceased had been
in bad health and on the fatal morn
ing it is supposed he became tem
porarily insawpe, and with a pocket
knife, cut his throat, dying instantly.
Ile is survived by his widow and one
son about five years old. Mr. Wilson
was a large planter and a son of the
late Thomas Wilson of Sumter. The
funeral was held in Sumter on Mon
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The Paxville school held their com
mencement exercises last week. Sun
day night Rev. L. B. McCord preached
an excellent sermon on the text,
"What will you do with .Jesus." The
following Thursday night wvas dlevoted
to the children's exercise, and Friday
night to the graduation exercises.
Record crowd~ls attendled all sessions.
There were three graduates, Miss
Corinne Brown gave the history andl
prophecy of the class oif 24. Miss
Emma Brown, then readl the will, fol
lowing which Miss Daisy Corbett
gave the valedictory.
Mr i. McCord of Manning then de
liveredi the A ppelt. medail which has
b~een in the school for a number or
years. The medal was wvon this year
by Miss Vivian Geddings of 'lhe
Iloni. II. C. Curtis, formerally of
th is pilace, hut nowv of Manning, deC
l iveredl the annual address. iTlis ad
drtess was instructive and wans en -
.ioyedl by all wvho heard him. Music
rendleredl by M isses Jessie and Vivian
Curtis was a treat en.i'iyedl by all.
MANNING NEG;RO TO
SERVE LIF~E SENTlENCE
The following 'is taken from the
A- ike Jounl
The cae of G;eorge Rivers con
WHYT 2 OUT OF 3
OCCUR UNDE~R 15S
MILE~S ANS HOUR.
AmoLOms( ro Hne
rovainur iSn PUm ameTroCl du ca
Sale of Graduation Sits
PROUD! No way to express the boy's feel
ings when he's togged out in one of our
STYLE-PLUS GRADUATION SUITS
And good reason to be!
These suits are made on the same pattern as dad's
---and of all-wool materials.
We have a limited number of each size, and we
advise immediate selection.
Weinberg Co.'s Old Stand Manning, South Carolina
sumed nearly two days. Rivers was A thud grade certificate shall not ers of fist grade certificates grant
charged with wrecking the A. C.- L. be renewed. ed on A. B. or B. S. degrees from ac
train on the morning of May 20, A first grade or a second grace cer- credited colleges.
last year, when Engineer Joe tificate shall be renewed when the State Board of Examiners for
Temples was killed a short distance holder complies with the following re
from Augusta, on the South Carolina Cuirements: rowne,
side of the river, on the Augusta and 1 Presentation of satisfactory 17-3tc County Supt.
Sumter line. It will be recalled that n evidence
the spikes, for the length of a rail
were removed with a bar and the rail showing that the holder has taught
was pushed in about 18 inches, caus-N
;is thed rin aou 8l ionhs ause- of the certificate. Books will be* open for making of .
ing the train to roll dlown an em
bankment, turning over a couple of 2. Presentation of a record of Town Tax Returns, May 10th to June
times and killing the engineer. The successful and satisfactory summer 10th, 1922, all persons are requested
defense was an alibi, but the jury did school work. Every approved sum- to make r June 10th
not see it that way and Rivers was mer school must run at least six a
found gulyo u~e ihrci-weeks. Teachers receiving certificate a penalty of fifty per cent will be
fudguilty of murder with recom- .add
mendation to mercy, which means celto umrsho okms ~~el .L ANL
life imprisonment. The jury in this atnla es wnydy~utpr
case stayed in the room only about SCa es w ipoe oreCekadTesrr
ten iriutes. iain ttecoeo h umrCIORCI
A CARD)sho. ___
I have been informed that a re- in tarcn eeig vie ann ofc ett ako
port is being circulated to the effect teraln icer~urmn o h ann n etr no ee
that (luring the campaign four yearsi'i il\fcricas viheie ,
ago, when I was re-elected to the of-2012..,ModyWensarily
(ice of Probate Judge, I said I would Prti erolteSaeBadD.A .PO DN
not be a candidate for the oflit~e again. o dcto lowie h u.1 an t hn 1
This statement is absolutely false. At irchoreiemnfotehldSu eS.C
the proper time I will announce my- ~- - - -- -
self a candidate for re-election as
Probaite Judge in the coming Primary
J1. M. Winidham.
CART) OF TIIANKS
We .wvish to express our gireatcst
appreciation for kindnesses shown us
in our recent bereavement andl also
for the beautiful floral offerings.
Mr is. Bloom Thomas and Children.
TlEACHiER'S E: :iINATION
TIhe next examination for securin~jJg
State Certificates will be held inI the
court house at Manning on F'riday,
May 12th, and Saturday, May 13th,
1922, beginning at 9 o'clock each day.
The examination will cover primary
licenses, first, secondl and third gradles,
and elementary licenses, first, second,
andi third gradies.
-- The examination for securing high
school certificates wvill be held later,
dlue notice of wvhich will 1)e given at
the proper time. O r ~o
Many teachers in the county have
been teaching on permits the present
year. These permits expire in June,
and cannot he renewed. In case you
expect to teach the coming year, (1dod a t
not neglect to take this examination,
for the reason that if you wait until
the examination in the fall, you
could not hear the results in time to
secure a position. Do not ne lect to isc m lt. V e b lev th tw ca
do your part to qualify andl t en ex
pect to get permits again, for the
State Board will not issue a second sa ey u m n yw nyo n ed ap r
July st, 122. Frmgaera slenrmae Manigr-C
Teacheate shalrebeerenewed when the