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- FARMERP THIIK
New Zion, S. C., May 15, 1922.
Editor The Manning Times:
Mannting, S. C.
I wish to say a few words to the
folks that seem to be so much at uni
rest especially in regard to the join
*ing the Trobacco Growers' Co-opera
tive Marketing Association. First we
do notwish to make enemies out of
thd frmers that are now on the out
side, we cannot tell just what their
reasons are for not 'Joining before
now, circmstances and conditions are
a great power in determining the way
from your meat.
It's waste for you
4 and I can use it.
Will pay you
per hundred lbs.
Can use any
We have a ]
Hats that can
quality at the
values, we art
Come in and 1
Jos. S. Ii
that some of ps have to do, yet I have
failed to find a man especially a'fhrm
er or planter that does not say that
something will have to be done to im
prove conditions and when all of us
,In one body say the same thing we
mjst be right and the way to do any
thing is to be one to help while one is
only a small bit but the small things
are what makes up the large ones now
The farmers that are out of the asso
ciation is fully entitled to his opinion
and he is just as intelligent as -those
that made up their minds earlie' and
whelp any man decides to do anything
that he thinks will benefit him or his
fellownan, the public gossip has no
right to interfere as the day has come
when we are supposed to be free to
think and act, we cannot exp ct
every man to make up his mind at the
same time, we were not all - born at
the sabne time, and yet we are all
human beings and are so endowed
with intelligence that we after think
ing can and will get on the better
plan. One other reason that every
body does not go together at one
time, each man has his own work and
his own way of living and does not
grasp the same islea at the same time.
I really believe that the farmers of
this country have backbone enough
to get up and try to do something for
themnselves -all of the far'mers are
about to become 21 years old even
those that are eighty, farmers just
think and work for the right and we
BIG CROWDS ATTEND SALE
The most enthusiastic crowd that
ever attended a retail sale in plann
ing pushed, shoved and edged their
way good naturedly for positions of
vantage in front of H. D. Dubrow's
store one hour before 'the opening
hour of sale. The crowd started con
gregating about 8 o'clock, and grew
to big proportions rapidly, packing
the entrance and sidewalk. Just a
few minutes before opening hour Mr.
Wilson wedged his way through the
crowd and took two pictures, after
making a little talk assuring those
present that he appreciated -their
coming and that to each up to 100
ho would give a coupon worth 50c,
which were all eagerly snatched up
as fast as the lucky part of the crowd
could push through the door.
The unique and forceful arrange
ment of the store was a surprise to
all. The attractive show cards fairly
shrilked with the enthusiasm and
spirit of the sale. Each display of
merchandise was identified with a big
individual price marker, making it
easy for the customer to find what he
wants, and even wait on himself.
The genuine 'response to the event
is conclusive proof of the value of the
good business reputation such as H.
D. Dubrow enjoys. Advertising by
him is reliable, and buyers are com
ing for miles to share in the gen
eral price concessions which have been
made throughout the store.
Interest in the sale has run high,
3uuttt tusm$ umum ttttttttuuusrn
Line of Straw
't be matched
this town for
price we are
D and $3.00
3 running this
>ok them over.
id Prompt Servi ce
and pjromises to continue so through
out the remaining nine days for Mr.
Shade Wilson, who is in ciarge of
the sale promises many interesting
features each day.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,.
That the undersigned intend to file
with the Secretary of State of South
Carolina at Columbia, S. C., on the
20th day of May 1922 at two o'clock
P. M. a written declaration'signed by
themselves and , setting forth the
names and residences of the under
signed and that they propose to form
a corporation known as Gable-Chris
tal Manufacturing Company, to have
its principal place of business in the
City of Sumter, S. C., the general na
ture of its business being to manu
facture insect traps; farming imple
ments and accessories, boxes, crates,
toys and other products manufactured
principally from wood and metal; the
amount of capital stock of' proposed
corporation to be Twenty-five Thou
sand ($25,000.00) Dollars, payable in
cash at the call o fthe Directors, the
number of shares of said capital stock
to be divided into two hundred and
fifty each of the par value of one
hundred ($100.00) Dollars and that
not less than fifty per cent of the pro
posed capital stock has been sub
scribed by bona fide subscribers.
C. P. GABLE,
C. C. CHRISTAL,
C. I. GABLE,
All of Gable, S. C.
Gable, S. C., May 16th, 1922.
Books will be open for making of
Town Tax Returns, May 10th to June
10th, 1922, all persons are requested
to make returns, as after June 10th
a penalty of fifty per cent will be
T. L. BAGNAL,
Clerk and Treasurer.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned Trustee will sell at public
auction to the highest bidder for cash
all accounts receivable and choses in
action owned by it as Trustee and as
signee of Mrs. S. E. Briggs, except.
such accounts receivable as are se
cured.by mortgages of real estate.
Said sale will be held at the office
of Weinberg & Stukes, Attorneys, in
Manning, S. C., at 11 o'clock A. M.
Saturday, May 27th, 1922.
2t- The Sumter Trust Co., Trustee.
Requirement For The Renewal of Cer
tificates Which Expire
July 1st, 1922.
Teachers are requested to note the
A third grade certificate shall not
A first grade or a second grade cer
titicate shall be renewed when the
holder complies with the following re
1. Presentation of satisfactory
written evidence from school officials
showing that the holder has taught
successfully during one half the life
of the certificate.
2. Presentation of a record of
successful and satisfactory summer
school work. Every approved sum
mer school must run at least six
weeks. Teachers receiving certificate
credit on summer school work must
attend at least twenty days, must per
sue at least two approved courses,
and must stand satisfactory exam
iations at the close of the summer
NOTE:--The State Board of Edu
cation, at a recent meeting, waived
the reading circle requirement for the
renewanl of certificates which expire
For this year only, the State Board
of Education also wvaived the sum
mer school requirement for the hold
ers of first grade certificates grant
ed on A. B. or B. S. degrees from ac
State Board of Examiners for
E. J. Browne,
17-3tc ' County Supt.
DISCHIA RGE NOT1ICE
I will apply to the Judge of Pro-.
bate for Clarendion County on the
19th clay June, 1922 at 11 o'clock A.
M. for Letters of Discharge as guar
cdian for Beulah )Hicks, now Bculah
Hardy, formerly a minor.
Manning, May 16, 1922. pdI.
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE
I will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County on the
19th (lay of June 1922, at 11 o'clock
A. M. for Letters of Discharge as~
Administrator of the Estate of .
Bunyan Harvin, dleheased.
Percy B. Harvin,
Silver, S. C., M~ay 16th, 1922.
The State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon.
Bly 3. M. Windham, Probate Judge:
Whereas, Elizabeth W. Wilson made
suit to me to grant her Letters of
Administration of the Estate and ef -
forts of Charles M. Wilson.
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the Kindred
and Creditors of the said Charles M.
Willson deceased, that they be and ap
pear before me, in the Court of Pro
bato, to be held at Manning on the
5th clay of June next, after publica
tion hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to -show cause, if any they have
why the said Administration should
not be granted.
Given under my hand this 16th (lay
of May, Anne Domini,, 1920.
J. M. inidham,
chgr. Jude f Probate
Big' Brick Warehouse!
Run by G. R. BOWEN
Run by M. K. GRAVELY & SONS
WILL SELL TOBACCO THE
Beginning Aug. 8, 1922
Bring us your tobacco as usual and sell it for
cash money. No long time waiting. We
guarantee as high prices as paid anywhere.
There will be a full set of buyers on this market
Lake City Tobacco Board of Trade
LAKE CITY, S. C.
G. R. BOWEN M. K. GRAVELY
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