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MANNING, S. C., WED
MORE CATTLE NEEDED
IN CLARENDON COUNTY
Important Problem to Be Discussed at
Big Meeting at Court House on
May 16th-Noted Speaker
The South needs more dairy cattle.
Dairy farmers are always prosper
ous. The Dairy community is a pros
percus community. What the dairy
cow produces today is sold tomrrow.
The nhinge of prices on which dairy
products are produced is the .ams
as the range of prices on which they
The South needs more dairy cattle.
This is a matter in which we are all
Mr. H. S. Mobley, of the Agricul
tural Extension Department, of the
International Harvester Company has
been secured to conduct in co-opera
tion with local committees, a big meet
ing in M.anning at the Court House
on Tuesday, May 16th at 11 a. m. At
this meeting dairy farming will be
Mr. Mobley is a practical southern.
dairy farmer. He knows from actual
experience how to produce dairy pro
ducts on a southern farm at a good
profit. He knows how to ship them
from that southern farm to a profit
able market. le is coming at the
invitation of local people to help us
solve the dairy problem.
Mr. Mobley is a noted speaker and
Charter No. 11155
REPORT OF CO?
At Manning in the Stai
The Close of Busine
1. a Loans and discounts, including r
acceptances of other banks, and fe
of exchange or drafts sold with in
of this bank (except those shown i
2. Overdrafts, secured, $120.81; unsec
4 U. S. Government securitlies owned:
a Deposited to secure circulation (1
par value) .....
b All other United States Governm
ties (including premiums, if any)
5. Other bonds, stocks, securities, et
6. Banking House, $5,614.65; Furnitu
7. Real estate owned other than banki
8. Lawful reserve with Federal Reser
10. Cash in vault and amount due fron
it. Amount due from State banks, ha
trust companies in the United Sta
than included in Items 8, 9, and
12. Exchanges for clearing house .
Total of Items 9, 10, 11, 12, and 1.
15. Redemption fund with U. S. Trea
due from U. S. 'Treasurer
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18. Surplus huld . ..
19t. Unadividled profits . -.- ... .$l 4,
a Reserved fr intertest andl~
hi Reserved for
e Less current expe~nses, interest,
andit taxes paid . . -
20. Ci rculfat i n notes o)utstand~fing
21. Amount due to lFederal Reserve B
22. A mount. due to nat ional banks
2!5. Cashier's checks otutstnding ..
Total of items 21, 22, 23, 24, an<
Denmand deposits (other than batnk d
(deptosits payable within 30 days)
26. Indlividual deposit~s subject to cheel
Total of dlemn),td deposits (other
de(posi t s) subhject to Reserve,
27, 28, 29, 3;0, anud 31....
Tlime deposits subject to Reserve ( p:
subject to 30 days ot more notice,
32. Certificates of deio sit s (other that
Total of tiimr oleos its subject (
It ems 32, 33, 34, and~ 35,.
30. Bilis pt)aale ( incltuding all obligr
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t ances of ot her hanks atnd foreir
ehange or rcafts sold1 with it
of this bank -
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A. C. BRADIIA Mi,
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NESDAY, MAY 10, 1922
a leader in community development.
He has been talking dairy farming
and other subjects all over the South
and newspapers everywhere speak
highly of his meetings. The Lincoln,
North Carolina, Times says:
'Mr. Mobley is a practical farmer
and interesting talker. His talks are
are full of good, practical ideas and
he has interesting things to tell the
The meeting promises to be one of
the real events of the season. Ad
mission will be free and every one
will be welcome.
HELD IN SIMTER
Methodist Workers Report Much
Progress in Various Phases
Sumter, May 4.-The district meet
ing of the Woman's Missionary so
ciety of Sumter district met in Trinity
Methodist church in Sumter today. It
was presided over by Miss Jessie Cur
tis, district secretary. Five South
Carolina conferences officers were pre
sent and gave interesting information
along the special lines they repre
Mrs. W. I. Herbert, conference
president, gave an account of the
council meeting in San Antonio, Tex
as, and also urged the reading of the
missionary literature of the church.
Mrs. W. L. Glaze, superintendent of
publicity and mission study, presented
her work in a forceful manner. She
reported much progress in the Sumter
Reserve IDistrict No.5
iI)I'ION OF THE
te of South Carolina, at
9s on May 5th,. 1922.
n b and c) $346,903.44
ured, $24.46..---------------- $145.27
I. S. bonds
-----------.----- - .$4,125.00
re and fixtures, $4,035.90-...$9,650.55
ng house ------------------$25,000.00
ve Bank ..--- - -- $24,183.76
i national banks-.... -.---..$40,202.54
10)---------.. ..---- -$415.85
..........- -.--.....- .$1,250.00
---...... -- --. . . .--- -. $490,871.68
-......- ...... ...$15,00000
k(deferr'ed credits) .-.-.$3,386.62
L'po(si tsi) suabject to Reserve
Iyable after 30 (lays, or'
andl postal savings):
for money borrowed ). $28,646.02
than red iscouints) - .- $25,0010.00
ni y of ('la rendoni, *ss:
bove-nmed ban11k, do0 solenly swearl
best (if my knowvledge and belief.
J1. T1. STIUK(ES, Cashier.
II tis 9th day of May, 1922.
.WELLS., Nota ry Public.
district in organized mission study.
Mrs. S. W. Henry, superintendent of
social service, made a most earnest
appeal for cooperation in child wel
fare work and in meeting the racial
problems, especially as they relate to
the uplift of the negro.
Mrs. B. J. Guess, superintendent of
young people's work, pleaded for
more thorough organization of the
young people in mission work.
Mrs. C. N. Sprott held a conference
with the juniors and perfected a
standard of efficiency.
The .Rev. E. L. McCoy, presiding
elder of the Sumter district conducted
devotional exercises in the morning
and the Rev. J. G. Ferguson, pastor
of Broad Street church, in the after
A notable feature of the conference
was the address of the Rev. M. B.
Stokes, returned missionary from Ko
rea. He told of the power of prayer
and said the recent evangelistic re
sults in Korea are the miracle of
The climax of the conference was
the address of Miss Addie Agnes
Schoenberg of Columbia college on
"Life Service." She spoke of the pur
pose for life work and the determina
tion necessary for consecration.
Various societies exhibited posters
showing much originality. The winner
of ~this contest was Columbia college.
The delegates of this conference
were shown many expressions of kind
ness by the people of Sumter, in the
music rendered and the luncheon
served at the noon hour.
The attendance was said to be the
largest in the history of, Sumter dis
trict and the reports from the various
societies showed progress.-The State.
First Surgeon-"What did you op
erate on patient No. 2 for?"
Second Surgeon - "Five hundred
First Surgeon-"You don't under
stand. I mean what did the patient
Second Surgeon - "Five hundred
Isaac-"Vot insurance you gob,
Jake--"ire, burglary, tornado, and
Isaac-"Flood? Say, Jakie, tell
me, how do you start a flood?"
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MINNESOTA WOMAN IN
RACE FOR SENATE .
.Mrs. Peter Olesen, of Minnesota,
proposes to give 'U. S. Senator
Kcllugg. Republican, a hot fight for
his seat in the coming fall elections.
She has the endorsement of the
Democrats and also a large inde
MARSHAL JOFFRE BACK
Paris, May 9.-Marshal Joffre
spent the first morning after his re
turn to France from his world tour
at his headquarters at the war col
lege greeting friends. He will be re
ceived by both President Millerand
and Premier Poincare later in the
week, to give an account of his
Speaking to the Associated Press,
the hero of the Marne said:
"Throughout my thirty thousand
miles of travel I everywhere receiv
ed a most cordial welcome, but it re
mained for America to outdo every
other country in warmth of greeting.
"I was the recipient of boundless
hospitality from your gracious presi
dent and your generous people. Mad
am Joffre, our daughter an i I return
our deepest thanks to' all who made
our journey across the American con
tinent so pleasant and profitable. We
should love to make the trip all over
SUSPENI)S NEW RATES
Washington, May 9.-An Inter
state Commerce Commission order is
sued today suspended until Septem
ber 7, new coastwise freight rates in
creasing the charges on boats and
shoes moving from New England to
Petersburg and Richmond, Va., by
way of the lines of the Merchants'
and Miners' Transportation Company.
The new rates amounted to increases
of 9 1-2c per hundred pounds of the
commodities given,. when originating
in Boston or Providence, R. I., and
would have become effective May 10.
Their reasonability will be investigat
ed in the intorim.
FROM THE CHESTNUT TREE
"Was the dinner cooked to suit
"Yes, all but the bill. Take it
back and have them boil it down."
New York World.
A GORY ORDER
A young woman who was not famil
iar with the language of railroad men
happened to be walking near a depot
where a freight train was being made
up). As the freight train was being
backed tip, one of the brakeman
shouted: "Jump on her when she
comes by, run her down beyond the
elevator cut her in two and bring the
head end up to the depot."
Screaming "Murder!" the young
woman turned and fled from the spot
for deari life.-Pacifie Mutual News.
FOR SALE-PIure Bred S. C. R. I.
Red Eggs, $1.50) per setting of 15.
Pure Bred S. C. Rt. I. Red Baby
Chicks 15e a piec(e. J1. C. Dullant,
Jlr., Alcolu, S. C.
FOR)I SA LE---Genuinie North Carolina
Buncombhe Col liard plants, the kind
that head. 25c for' one hundred.
The Manning TIimes.
FOR SAJLE---75 buis!els of corn in the
ear at 75 cents per bushel. S. P'.
Hlolliday, Manning No. 1.
FOR SA LE-.-25 bushels Ulrabham
Peas, $2.2 per hushel. J. C. Du
Rant, .Jr., Alcolu, S. C.
FOR SA LF,-Porto Rica Potato
Sprouts, $1.50 per thousand. .Jas.
HI. Touichherry, Manning.
l"OR SA LE-Shelled Spanish Pea
nuts, 10 cents per pound. Morgan
FOR SAIJLE-500 butshels Oscola Vel
vet Bleans. $1.50 per bushel. IR.
Hughi Belser, Summerton.
1"OR SA LE-Porto Rica P'otato
Spirouts, $1.50 per thousaind. The
A MILLN 1IE PRISONER
Jefferson City, Mo., May 9.-D. P.
Hayes, a convict of negro and Indian
blood, has received two, offers, one
purporting to be $2,000,000 and the
other $1,800,000, for his oil interests,
prison officials said today. He is serv
ing three years for forgery.
In remembrance of my dear de
parted friend, Mrs. Louisa V. Thomas,
wife of Mr. F. N. Thomas who de
parted this life on April 15th at 10:30
o'clock. Mrs. Thomas was 69 years
one months and seventeen days old
when she died.. She leaves to mourn
her loss her husband, eight children,
twenty-eight - grandchildren and five
great-grand children, namely, C. E.
Thomas of Nashville, Ga., F. L.
Thomas of Turbeville, B. M. Thomas
of Bloomville, Mrs. A. F. Green of
Turbeville, Mrs. S. W. Green of
Lake City, Mrs. S. W. Baker of Cades,
and Miss Ida and Miss Maud Thomas
who is single and is still living with
their father. Mrs. Thomas was taken
ill September 15th, 1920 with high
blood pressure, which effected her
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Sumter Creamery is now
ed quantities of cream f
This company has recei
a capital of $30,000.00 an
permanent market for al]
produce on your farm.
Prompt payments will be
If you do not own any
get some write to us and
get them. For informati<
C. W. SCHMOLKE,
Confidence is the child
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heart. On Janp ry 1921 she Was
paralyzed from her hips down and
could not walk any more. On Novem
ber 11th she lost the use of her whole
body. On April 11th, 1922 she was
struck speechless and could never
speak or swallow any- more, and on.
April 15 at 10:80 o'clock she passed. r:
away. She was attended .during her.
sickness by Dr. Gamble of. Turb
Ville, and Drs. Floyd and Ham of
Olanta. Everything was done that
could be-done for her relief and com
Oh how long and patiently she did
suffer without a murmur, and how
we will miss her. She was always so
jolly and kind and made friends
wherever she went. To know her
was to love her but the Lord 'aw
best to remove ' her from our ridst,.
She is gone but never will be forgot
ten, our sympathy goes out to her
relatives and friends. The Lord
giveth and the Lord taketh away,
blessed be the name of the Lord. we
laid her body to rest in the Gibbons
burying ground April 16th at 4
o'clock. By her request her funeral
services were conducted by Rev. R.
H. Wells of Columbia. Praise the
Lord. She told us she was ready to
go and we hope to meet her again.
Mrs. Emma E. DuBose.
Sumter Creamery. The
ready to handle unlimit
or butter making pur
Itly been organized with
d 4 offers you a steady,
l the cream that you can
Ship us your cream.
cows and would like to
we will tell you how to
id Confidence !
of satisfaction. The two
lence which leads motor
y to our filling station.
service which makes
n, "Fill it up, Bill." Such
sible only through main
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)rts' of government tests
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