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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20
BOY SCOUT NEWS
Troop One of the - Manning Boy
Scouts held its monthly meeting last
Monday night at the schoolhouse.
There were twenty-two boys pre
sent and much enthusiasm shown.
The meeting was opened with a pray
er by Scoutmaster Helms. The
monthly troop meeting was changed
from the 1st Monday to the last Mon
day of every month so all the boys
that were absent please note the
change of date. Our Scoutmaster
made a talk and several business
matters were discussed. A rule was
passed that the names of all boys
will be dropped off the roll who do not
stand the tenderfoot examination by
the next troop meeting. The follow
ing boys have passed the tenderfoot
examination Wolf Patrol: Williams
Arant, Moultrie Bagnal, John D.
Gerald, Bennett Harvin, Sam Rigby,
Hugh Orvin, Nevelle Sprott; Eagle
Patrol: Charles McElveen, Edward
McLeod, John S. Ninmer, Ethen
Ridgeway, Fred Chewning, Jesse Hug
gins; Lion Patrol: Harold Bagnal,
Hugh Davis, Kingswood Sprott, Lewie
Stalnaker, Alston Gerald, Herbert
Vennir.?;; Fox Patrol: Edwa'rd Browne,
Charlie Rigby, Dan Stalnaker, Mani
The above boys are now rated as
full-fledged Scouts and by the next
meeting we hope to have a number of
second class Scouts. The boys are
planning a two weeks' stay in the
mountains next summer so you good
town folks back us up and see that
we get it.
John D. Gerald Jr., Scribe.
DIAL ACCEPTS INVITATION
Greenville, Sept. 26.-United States
Senator N. B. Dial has accepted an
invitation to deliver an address be
fore the Cotto 1 Manufacturers' As
sociation of South Carolina at its
meeting in Greenville October 24, ac
cording to announcement by J. D.
Ham mett, of Anderson, president.of
In presenting the
material, the elegance
mingly and distinctivel
The excellence of th(
detail. Some fur trin
effects, are made of th4
ful wr'apply models or
LA DIES' COATS
Canton Crepe, Crep
Somne of the favored n
biue ar~e the leading c
The Dresses have jus
have an abundance of
to see them to app1recit
They are mr
You will find our
mnent while selections;
AN INVITATION O,' q
Sumter, September 28
The progressive and hospitable inet
and women of tly. Zoar neighborhood
of Concord Township, in Sumter coun
ty, most cordially invite the citizens
of Manning, and of Clarendon County
to join with Sumter county in cele;
bating the completion of the first
seven mile section of the splendid
hard surfaced five inch base conepeft
asphalt Sumter-Manning road, at trit.
tons store the evening of Octobei
the 5th, 1922. This is ;goig to be .a
'pleasant sociable "Better Acquain
tenance Meeting" between Sumter and
Clarendon counties-and between com
munities in general. The hospitabk
ladies of Zoar Methodist church hav<
kindly arranged to put on a delightful
barbecue-hash, rice, chicken in sev
eral styles, salads, biscuits, coffee, ice
tea, cakes, pies and other features of
the hot suppers for which these ladies
are famous, the proceeds to be devot
ed to the erection of the new church
One of the most eloquetn orators will
make a timely talk.
A big crowd will motor over from
Sumter, men, women, boys and girl
and it is hoped that the county seat
of Clarendon Manning will do the
same thing, and that citizens from
all over both counties will meet at
Brittons store for this enjoyable occa
sion. Work on the final lap of the
Sumter-Manning road is rapidly pro
gressing to the Sumter-Clarendon
The Sumter Chamber of Commerce
has been requested to extend to Clar
endon county citizens through The
Manning Times a most cordial invita
tion to participate.
. E. I. Reardon, Mgr- Secty.
Sumter County Chamber of Coni.
80 Per Cent OF'AUTO INDUSTRY
USES WILLARD BATTERIES
"200 car and truck manufacturers
now use Willard Threaded Rubber
Batteries as regular factory equip
ment," is the anouncement made by
Mr. J. E. Davis of the Willard Battery
Station. According to him, this rep
resents 80 per cent of the car and
Ever since T. A. Will.-rd patented
the Threaded Rubber Insulator Octo
ber 16, 1917, this form of insulation
has been used by an igere.sing num
ber of automobile builders. It is
made of rubber-the best form of
electrical insulation known-pierced
by 196,000 tiny thrr:.ds. The rubber
keeps the plates insulated from one
another, while the threads allow the
battery solution to flow freely.-Adv.
Styles that Hera
iew Autumn Frocks and Com
of the trimmings, workmar
y suited to her particular tyj
~se Coats is pronounced in ex
lined, others in smart all e.
a soft pilable materials in gr
traight slender lines.
$10.00 TO $45.4
-$3.50 TO $15.4
e dle Chine and Poiret Twill
aterials, while black, brown
olor's of the latest Fall drei
t arrived and you'll agree 1
style and grace. You will 1
.te their loveliness.
oderately priced at
) TO $45.00
store has anticipated your A
Valuable llitutratedV6ok Sent Fr.
sunnecessary miseries rou. h . zany months
and up to the moinq
aby has arived., ' a uuy
lained In the remarkable
"okMoth~erhood and the -
Bay." Tetls also what to
do befre and after baby
comes, probable date of
biuri baby rules, a e., and
about " "Mother's Frienld'
ueby .tregenerations f.
of mothers, and sold in all
'fother's Frid" . a .
liid -etern: ,is safe,
frefrom rot pen
mits easier n
Sustisent -of' mue " ' -nerves r doriw 6
peetaidy .Ad eblttb. 'Utart utIo . t
fday. Mrs. . XKqs 4grI: ,.Minn..:4.~st
"It pulled nhe *lt. Send for book to.
day, to Blred B ator Co. BMa-, At..
lanta, ta. other's lend" 1s sold atal
Statement of the Condition of
BANK OF SUMMERTON
Located at Summerton, S. C., at
the close of business Sept. 15th, 1922.
Loans and discounts .-...$120,187.02
Overdrafts ----- . .....----- 238.08
Bonds and stocks owned by
the bank .- ..-. .--.134,064.40
Furniture and fixtures ..... .400.00
Banking house -------.- . 1,000.00
Other real estate owned ......1,774.31
Due from banks and bank
ers --- --- .---- ------23,962.30
Currency ----- ---- .---- . 1,726.00
Silver and other minor coin _..275.05
Checks and cash items ------.675.30
Capitals-stock paid in ....$25,600.00
Surplus fund ------- . 15,000.00
Undivided profits, less cur
rent expenses and taxes
Due to banks and bankers ..4,384.61
subject to check..-76,828.19
Savings deposits --75,410.98
of deposit .....13,689.49
Cashier's checks -...403.82
Bills payable, including certi
ficates for money borrow
ed ---- ---- --- ---------48,000.00
Reserve fund carried on gen
eral individual br savings
ledger -- ----- 3,500.00
Recording account -- ----.. 31.51
State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon-ss.
Defore me came Jno. W. Lesesuc,
Cashier of the above named bank,
who, being duly sworn, says that the
above and foregoing statement is a
true condition of said bank, as shown
by the books.of arid bank.
Jno. W. Lesesne.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 21st day of September 1922.
Harry E. Copeland,
Notary Public for S. C.
Correct Attest:-J. A. Weinberg,
Id a Brilliant Sea
ts in our comprehensive seleci
ship, tailoring and the smart
*utumn needs in all the smart
Big shipment of.Young Men's Suits.
$25.00 XQ 35.00,.O
ttwo pait' of .ints ! roue ofy
Another lot of Conservative Suits
$20.00 TO $40.00
Made by Schloss Bros. and 'Drey
fous & Lang.
A big line of Boys' Dubble Wear
and Dubble Bilt Suits
>M M$3.50 TO$15.00
Every Suit guaranteed for six
| New Shoes!
Come in and look them
over. We will appreciate
Good Merchandise at Reasonable Prices!
SUMTER, S. C.
-TO-W E AR Department
son Are Here in Bright Profusion!
bion, we invite particular attention to the beauty of design, the splendid qualities of
ness of the modes. Young girl or matron will find here the Coats or Dresses char
THE COAT SUITS
Trim tailored suits in up to the minute styles, latest
weaves and in the leading shades for Fall.
All these are on display for your selection. A
glance at our offerings will prove interesting to you.
Our price range is very attractive
$18.50 TO $55.00
New Fall Sweaters
There are a number of weaves, both plain and
fancy, in a wonderful range of colors. Without a
sweAter your Fall apparel is not complete.
Shirtwaists and Petticoats
Are included in this department and we are show
ing an extensive line of these garments in the newest
kccessories of dress. We cordially invite you to visit our Ready-to-Wear Depart-.