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MANNING, S. C., WEDN
We do not believe that a man should
"kick" his home town, but we do be
lieve in constructive criticism. With
this in view, we wish to criticise two
A ditch. This ditch, paralleling
Main Street for about four hundred
yards and in the rear of the lots of
Mrs. Ed. Briggs, Mr. John Baskins,
Mr. M. C. Stuckey, Mr. Camel Chewn
ing, Mrs. Wilkie, Mr. Windham and
several lots rented by negroes, is a
breeding place for mosquitoes, offen
sive odors, and, probably, sickness. It
couldl be easily remedied by p roper
cleaning; in fact everal of the lot
owners have offered to clean their
portion, but others refused to co
operate. We suggest that the health
board take a look for themselves--.
sure to bring your gas masks for pro
The Holiness Meeting. We agere
with the Preacher that there is "a
time to weep, and a time to laugh; a
time to mourn, and a time to dance,"
but we do contend that "the time" is
not twelve o'clock at night. Just the
other night, we understood, a zealous
convert was carrying on his mission
ary efforts under the depot so loudly
that many families were disturbed.
This life we live is irksome, no
lined with boulders, an' breakers cro'
couraged an' declare that life's a chea
when a feller gets cold feet.
The man. that
OLD "tris his sails, an
storms or gales,
FE ET wheh he suares
don't betray him
There ain't no
with thorns, and it's purty hard to t
corns. So, to make yer failure certa
-it's a sign that allers tells me that
I like to greet the feller that ca
squares hisself in trouble, with hi.
One that earns a benediction,
that is mighty soft an' sweet.
He blessed the world he lived
in, and -- he never got cold
an event of' na
SIX CYLINDER MODE]
23-641-Tour. Sedan, 5 pass
23-6-44-Roadster, 2 pass.
23-6-45-Touring, 5 pass.
23-6-47-Sedan, 5 pass.
23-6-48-Coupe, 4 pass. -
23-6-49-Touring, 7 pass.
23-6-50-Sedan, 7 pass. -
SAak about the G'. M. A. C. Pm
See These New Bu.
210 W. Liberty St.
WHEN BETEA AUTOMOB
nning as Second-Class Matter. -
0 per year In Advance
ESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1922
Now it would be a shame to have to
call out our police force for night
duty after the usual hard day's work
and, besides) it is a nuisance to have
our sleep interrupted at all tinies of
night. We suggest that this congre
gation be asked to cool down or close
Misses Mary Mitchell of Columbia,
and Carolyn Dick of Sumter, were
guests of Mrs. J. A. James last week.
Mrs. Morgan Ridgill, of Paxville,
is visiting her father-in-law, M,r.
Mr. F. P. Mood spent the week
end with his uncle, Mr. W. R. Scar
borough, of Bishopville.
Mr. B. B. Broadway has returned
from her visit in Spartanburg and
Miss Pearle Davis is in Asheville,
N. C., visiting her sister, Mrs. Nor
Mrs. McCain and little daughter,
Carolyn of Camden, were guests of
Miss Alice Wilkie.
Mrs. Hall Nelson, of Sumter, is
visiting her mother-in-law, Mrs. Nel
son. Mr. Nelson is traveling for the
Case Machinery Co.
Miss Aleen Ridgill is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Geddings of Paxville.
W. W. Davis Jr., returned Thurs
day from a visit with relatives in
matter where we be: the road is
vn the sea. But we mustn't get dis
t, for the prospecks ain't so cheerin'
proves a winner, is the man that
I steers his craft, unerrin' amid the
the hard knocks don't dismay him,
us chin to meet, and his symptoms
-he never gets cold feet!
road to glory, but what's beset
ravel, if you're pestered some with
in, wear yer pants out on the seat,
a feller's got cold feet. .
n laugh at clouds an' cares-that
fists as well as prayers.
tine of car's built on tim
but with improvement
ich make their introdu
hing Values and Prices
.s 23-6-54-Sport Road.,
$1935 23-6-55-Sport Tour.,a
1175 FOUR CYLINDER
1 195 23-4-34-Roadster, 2
1985 .~ 23-4-35-Touring, 5 p
1895 Q 23.-4-36~..-p 3 pa
1435 23-4-37-Sedan, 5 pas
2195 23-4-38-Tour. Sedan
:es F. 0. B. Flint, Michigan
archase Plan wich provides for Deferr
iick Cars Now at*Our S
ILES ARE BUIIf, BUICK 'T
Mrs. H:. Poston, of Cheraw, is it)
town -with her son, Dr. Poston. Dr.
Poston recently passed the State ex
amination successfully and is phar
macist for the Palmetto Drug Co.
M.iss D6rothy Toone of Red
Springs, N. C., is visiting Miss Bessie
Miss Martha Pitts left Sunday .for
Charleston, where she will visit her
sister, Mrs. Moultrie Ladd.
Mr. C. W. McMurray returned Sat
urday from a visit with his brother is
Black Mountain, N. C. Mr. McMurray
conducted the. Union Services in the
Presbyterian Church Sunday night.
Christian Endeavor . met in, the
Presbyterian Church Shnday with
Alma Burgess leading.
Mr. G. I. Lesesne is spending a
few days with Mrs. J. J. Wilkie.
Rev. T. E. Mo ris left Saturday on
his annual vacaTion. Mr. Morris will
first visit Bennettsville.
Messrs. Tourie Briggs and Harry
Grayson left Saturday morning for
the railway shops in Florence. Mr.
Grayson had been working in Raleigh
but decided to return to Florence.
Messrs. Jack Stuckey and Teal of
Lamar, motored over to Summerton
Sunday. Mr. $'t key, who farmed
near town for sevei'al years, is now
merchandising in Lamar.
Mrs. James Nelson returned Mon
day morning from a visit with her
sister, Mrs. Marion Smith, of Bishop
Mr. William J. Wilkie was in At
lanta, Ga., last week for medical at
Miss Helen Davis is visiting Miss
Elizabeth Rogan, of Sumter.
We are very sorry to learn that Mr.
Varnadeaux is critically ill.
Miss Emma Wynn Mood teturned
Friday from Red Springs, N. C.,
where she was the gubst of Miss
Rev. Hodges of Jordan, filled the
pulpit of tl., Methodist Church Sun
Miss Aleen and Mr. William Wilk
ins of Hendersonville, N. C., are visit
ing their sister, Mrs. T. C. Walker,
Mr. C. D. McClary left Monday
morning to visit relatives in Lanes
Mr. and Mrs. James Nelson left
Monday evening for a few days in
Messrs. Walter, Willie and Oland
Coskrey, Ollie Abrams, Esler and
Ulysess Bronson spent Sunday at
their homes. They reported very
favorably on their work in Florence
and seemed very anxious to get back
early Monday morning.
Mr. E. D. Honsucker, of Bennetts
ville, was the guest of Mr. H. H. Med
lin, last week.
We regret very much that Eliza
beth, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
C. B. Coskrey shows no signs of im
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McClary, Mrs.
H. C. Carrigan and Mrs. D. M. Rogers
were in Kingstree Tuesday attending
the funeral services of their relatives,
Mrs. Nora Murphy.
Mr. Claude Scarborough, of Bishop
ville, is visiting Mr. F. P. Mood.
Miss Annie Dingle is in Sumter
spending the week with friends.
Mr. Bert Varnadeaux, of Givhans,
?s in town with his brother, Mr. W. T.
Misses Nan, Minnie and Caroline
. in c
3 pass. $1625
1 pass. 1675
5s. /- 1175
.- , 1395
,5 pass. 1325
VILL UILD TEM
- /~ .v.i
rhe new Qoodyg ",.
Did You Get the Bottom
Price, After All?
The man w , buys a "long discount" tire usually fnds himself
troubled by t above question.
Did he pay less forthe tire than his neighbor might have paid, or
actually did he pay more?
Did he get the bottom price, when all is said and done, or could he
perhaps have driven a sharper bargain?
Was the net price -eally more than he might have had to pay fr a
tire of established reputation and value?
- In the belief that the average motorist prefers a frank and open
transaction, we built'the new Goodyear Cross Ib Te4 Cord and
discounted the "discount" in advance.
Instead oflisting it at a high price, to enable the dealer to attract
you with a so-called "long discount," we list it as low as we
profitably can. ...*i j
We build it of highagrade long-staple cotton, usin the patented
Goodyear method of group-ply construction, and it at a lower
price than you are asked to pay for many "long discount" tires of
Comparethesepriceswth NET prices you are aged topayfor 1oug dascount"tM
3h.g Gneber, , .g. (13,59 32x4 Straight Side.. $24.50 33x4) Straight Side.. $32.15
'3r3 Straight e.. 3.5"6 s3x4 Straight Side.. 25.2 S4x448traight ske.; 3295
3h34 Straight Side.. 19.25 34x4 Straight Side.. 25.90 3335 Straight Side.. 39.10
31+4 sruaighemde.. 22.20 32x43 Straight Side.. 31.45 35x5 Straight Side.. 41.05
These prices luelads manufacturer's sexchs ta
Goedwar CowRo Tread Cord Tires are also made la 6 7 and 8 & sitefr evu
FOR SALE BY
CLARENDON MOTOR CO., Manning, S. C.
GO 0OD EARa
ichardson of Sumter, arc visitors at The amount that it costs is small and the County Nurse amount to only
heir uncie's, Mr. Dick Richardson. we cannot afford to discontinue it. thirty-three cents upon each one hun
The whole matter of demonstration dred acres of land in the county, and
Mr. g. J. Wlkie work is educational and it seems in- the I afal Policemen fo th
A gloom of sorrow was cast over consistent to spend thousands of dol- selves. pay r em.
he entire community Thursday morn- lars on public school and re- This is a time for econ.ny in all a
.g, when it was learned that Mr. . fuse to spenda few hundred dollars in government expenditures, but it is not
Wike la ied qiesuddenlydu
g the night. The funeral serv - a way that will make the public school a time for this kind of economy.
rere held Friday morning at eleven education more available, practical I hope that the ~E cutive Commit
'eock bhel Fria Emorng at ee and valuable to the men and women tee will see their way clear to take
clock by Rev. T. E. Mot is, in the of the county, this matter out of the primary. If
emetery folowed. Six of the de- The County Nurse is a comparative- not, I hope that the candidates for
cased s close personal friendsnew enterprise with us but it has public offices will have sufficient pub
s pall bearers: L. A. Bronson, J. T. done a tremendous amount of good ic spirit to present the facts to the
'ouchberry, L. HI. Hatfield, L. HI. God- not only among the poverty stricken people so that they will vote intelli
lin, C. T. Walker and H. H. Medlin -of the county who are too poor to pay gently apon it.
Mr. Wilkie Is-survived by his wif'e a. Doctor, but, also by school examina- Charlton DuRant,
ive daughters: Mrs. C. B. Godwin, haos gandc private advice the Nurse
lisses Alice, Mary, Virginia and LII' ha ratly benefitted the people at Thabvarilof r. uan
inn, two sons: William J. and George~ large. A man of considerable means -vl be raov witineret ofnMr ituwill
f Summerton and three brothers, a I told me this week that he thought his 0 be eadu withmerst, and t pill
f whom live in North Carolina. baby wa s living now because of the pien Bu onsdehalfon the ev
Mr. Wilkie came to this State fron adivice that he had receivedl from the (ple.z Btte we wihlf sttft the tepi
forth Carolina some forty years ago County Nurse. The tonsil clinic that toe bytnomittee w lsaetas toet
nd since his residence here has madevehdas year was the means not the eoyphl mte sa ~ o nesto
many true and loyal friends, who ex~ only of saving several thousand dol- wae hee offce cotied, ad note
end to his family their heart-felt Jars to the parents of sixty-five child. foranreva. these oficecotmerndnt
ympathy. He wvas the son of a ren, but also was the direct cause of ofie arevwatc. thesex-payerewnt
'rominent Baptist minister and was nmany of these children being in good the wila soth taxpeirs ote. We
iy-ieyears old. health today when otherwise they cae nol arm so wittn theis i theW
ixtyfivewould have been stunted in their priary aeend gamie tn peopl an chane
J ick hbour growth, handicapped-.in their physical topress, n gv the opol oa thance
Jack ur and mental ri'velopment, and pr-t xs their ysopn o b te exne y
1ed Tuesday evening, after an at- manently insuared. Their condlitlon hi onysol b xedd
ak ofdiptheia, little Jack<, t vo-year was dliscovered by the Nurse and thie I. I. Appelt, Editor.
ourg. The funeral services, con- taet could h afforded2the0, imeen
ucted by Rev. T. E. Morris at 12 andoeyl tot carefry e the rntoimNOeC
'clock Wednesday, wvere followed by h nptal ny topay a h chig ren fo a NOTICE i~EyGVN n
nterment in the Summerton ceme- opertion. Tt is wal alsor toeremem NOTIC peson inERE Y GIVEN goend
cr.Sre.her that Tuberculosis is present in the thslleos mretdcilcovr
, Serres- county as never before and thi#ft a thmel aCoyrdingly, that the Clar
patient can infect many others, an~ldo CunyDmcaiExutv
CONTRIBUITF that the advice of the County Nurse Committee will meet at the Court
UIIIUILJ and her- attention and agitation of the House at Manniing, S. C., on Tuesday,
_______ subject has resulted In, and will August 15th, 1922 at ten o'clock a.
August 8, 1922. always result in greater care of those m. for the purpose of examining the
Cditor Manning Times: suffering from this dlisease and less Club rolls. Any andl all persons may
Please allow me a small amount of danger of injury to the patients' as- appear. before the Committee and
pace to dliscuss some matter's that I sociates. complain of errors therein and after'
hink are of importance to the county. As to the Rural Policemen. I have heall, inompfaintnd imtial Cmmitter,
By a recent act of the Executive heard ci'iticisms of these offiers, much sha,'in fi and epaeroltrianer
~ommittee, I notiee that boxes are to of which I think is untrue, but I will corrfadpug the naefalprols notreidng
ec pr'ovidled at the primary for the not argue that proposition, as I holdin of the Colub pesrsons fo resich
urpose of allowing the voters to ex- ,o brief for them; but I (10 stremui- eng rol was Clu ist p ric fothrwise
ress their desire for the continuance ously object to the proposition that lmlh'roly waomttde.p rotews
r discontinuance of th'e woi'k (lone b~y we shall get rid of this system with- mrpryoitd
he Farm Demonstration anid Home out putting seome ether in its place T ICE IS FURTHER GIVEN,
)emonstration A~gents, C.~ounty INurse These omcers do not cost the county Tat on cetfied h copy of the Clrkl
nd Rural Pohiccman. . anything, as the fines paid by boot- or t for Cnthenonc oute andr
The County Demonstration Agents leggers amount to more than their of1 Court fopCaresndav Cthe andtt
anve been of tremend uous benefit to salaries. If they are as ineffcient as eaineresae fartshe the righ o.
he county,, and while I do not per- their most rabid opponents claim, eamin samerm tonnnar theoreo. b
onally .derive any dlirect benefit, yet still the fact remains that the -liquor tamm Inomton inerd tereto.
he indirect benefit in which we all sellers are paying their wages, and1 .OyrOByan
hare is very great. Mr. Gray, our they (d0 not prevent any other agency Atg7,12.County Chairman.
>resent Agent, Is a very valuablo or wor'k' in the suppression of the Aug-7,192. i .
nan to the farming interests of the linuor traffi. One great trouble with
ounty, andi especially so In view of all of us is that all of our zeal for an NTC FIICAG
he present dlisorganlzation and un- orderly community exhausts itself in . OIEO ICAG
ertainty of all farming operations, criticisms of the offcers and we make
Ih une heard reports from all over no effort to aid thenm or to (1o any- I will apply to the Judlge of Probate
hcony ofgood work that has thing ourselves to correct improper for Clarendon County on the -4th day
een (lone by the Home Demonstration conditions. If these oficers are un- of September, 1022 at 11 o'clock a.
tgnts among the ladies. They are satisfactory put in other's. If some m. for Letters of Discharge as Ad
us >eginning in 'this county, I am other system is better, then substitute ministrator of thie Estate of L. E.
nformed, tb eir work in the matter of some other system; but pleaso.do not Wilkins, (deceased,
baing~ market for the products dlestr'oy the system that we have to - E. L~ Wilkins,
fthe club members. 'This is a suppress disorder without substituting Ad'ministrator.
neans of edlucation to the farmers' something in its place. Manning, S. C., Aug. 2, 1022. o
vives, and In addition, to the great A word as to costs. I calculate that
conomic benefit, it is~ of great in- the taxes for the support of the Farm
ellectual and social benefit to them, and Home Demnatmon Agntand.. Saulucrlhe tn The Times.