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The fourth quarterly conference of
the Pinewood charge wil The held in
the Paxville Methodist -Church next
Saturday and Sunday. There will be
preaching Saturday morning 11 o'clock
by Presiding Elder, McCoy, after
which the business session will con
vene. By request of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union, he will
preach Sunday afternoon, 4 o'clock
on "Christian Citizenship." Every
body is cordially invited to attend
Miss Lucile Broadway entertained
a number of her friends on last Wed
nesday evening in honor of her four.
M.rs. Henry McLeod and children
spent last week at Mayesville, visit
lng her sister, Mrs. Thigpen.
Miss Margie Felder who is in train
ing at Tuomey Hospital is spending
a few days at hoihe.
Home Branch school will open u p
next Monday morning with Mrs. J.
W. Mims, Jr, as principal, assisted by
Mis Talofof aurens, and Miss. C.
E. McClaurin of Sumter.
Mr. J. W. Mims of Sumter,'ls
-pending aivhile at the home of his
son, Mr. J. W. Mims, J.
Rev. M. J. Kyzer who recently ac
ceptedl the Baptist pastorate here is
expected to move in this week from
Lodge. He wvill fill the morning ap
p ointment here 6.1 Sunday, and Home
Branch in the afternoon. Rev. Kyzer
servedl this field several years ao
and will be welcomed back here. The
congregation has made some repairs
on the parsonage and about the pre
mises in readiness for his arrival.
WOODHIOUSE LOSES AGAIN
New York, Sept. 26.-The attempt
of Henry Woodhouse, as chairman
of the administrative committee of
the Ace Clubs of America, to have
the trustees enjoined from taking
the club trophies to the aviation
- meet at Detroit, got a further set
The State of South Carolina,
Co unty of Cla rendon.
\By J. M. Wipilham, Probate Judge:
Whereas, Cary Simith made suit to
mie to grant him Letters of Adminis
tration of the Estate and eifects of
These-are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singcular tihe Kindred
andl Creditors of the .saId Sam Welch
deceased, that the y he and ap pear be
fore me, in the Court of Prob ate, to
be held at Manning on the 9th (lay of
-October next, after piublication here
of, -at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cause, if an ythey have, why the
said Administration should not be
Grven undler my hand thIs 25th (lay
of September, Anno Domini, 1922.
J. M. Windham,
s to run for
or assume a
an also hand
back today when 'Justice McCook,
of the Supremo Court, said he was
determined not to grant the in
j'inction, following Woodhouse's fail
ure to produce 404 membership prox
ies he alleged were in his possosion.
Woodhouse, producing a list of
WANTED to buy some hogs thin in
flesh. Thomas Live Stock Co.
FOR RENT OR SALE-Ten room
house partly furnished, wecll locat
ed in Summnerton, including one
acre land, vegetable karden and
out buildings. For further infor
mation. andl terms address: Mrs. M.
E. Tennent, 920 Jersey Ave., Win
ston Salem, N. C. 38-3tP
FOR SALE-Baling Wire for Ha:y.
Thomes Live Stock Co.
LOST-My white and black ticked
setter.dlog "Ben". Tail slightly bob
bed-a liberal rewardl for int'orma
tion sufficient to lead to recovery.
Jos. S. Dickson, Manning, S. C. -4t
FOR SALE-Roson Rye Seed. See
Thomas Live Stock Co.
HAVE YOUR PIANO TUNED by C.
HI. Curtis. Reduced prices with the
usual guarantee. Leave ord'era at
Zeigler's Pharmacy, Manning.
FOR SALE-Fulghum Seed Oats,
Thomas Live Stock Co.
FOR RENT-One six room 's
near the business section of Mnn
ing, electric lights and waterworks.
Fredi Lesesne. it.
FOR SALE-Fulghum Seed Oats,
Thomas Live Stock Co.
FOR SALE--Baling Wire for Hay.
Thomnes Live Stock Co.
Mrs. E. C. Nettles Alsbrook, Principal
. Manning, South Carolina
Fifteen standard units high school
English, French, Latin, mathematics,
history, science and penmanship.
Thorough p reparation for any college.
Students for Winthrop- and Clemson
win honors. Individual instruction.
Trhorough grounding. Rapid progress.
Students accomplish more in one year
otherwise in two.~ Tuition, 86 weeks,
$45 Terms, Sepltember 11, 1922 to
Ma31,1928. - Christmas holiday,
December 22 to Jan. 6. Daily sessiop
o a.'m. to 12:3O'n. m
ny liability fo
le loans on in
proxies obtained two years ago,
asserted the meeting in 1920, at
tended by six members had practi
cally transferred the power of the
proxies to himself.
HOME DEMONSTRATION AGENT
DOING GOOD WORK IN COUNTY
The following facts should be of
great interest to the people of Clar
endon County. They hrve been
gathered from the reports of your
Home Demonstration Agent for the
last six weeks and show that her time
has been well spent.
The gardens are wvell cared for and
the girls as well as the women are
growing a large variety of vegetables
for canning and home use. The menm
bers of the sewving club are showing
marked improvement in their work.
The Short Course at Winthrop Col
lege was well attended by both wo
men and girls, all of whom are delight
Statement of the Condition of
BANK OF MANNING
Located at Manning, S. C., at the
close of business Sept. 15th, 1922.
Loans and discounts ~....$41,017.27
Bonds and stocks owned by
the bank-..--.....- ..._-...25,000.00
Furniture and fixtures-.....2,034.67
Due from banks and bankers 44,441.35
Gold-.....- .....-.- ..- ..._.- ....-_--2.50
Silver and other minor coin ....838.51
Checks and cash items -....-10,798.54
Boys' Pig Club--.-..-..............284.38
LIA BI LITIES
Capital stock paid in-.......$40,000.00
Undivided profits, less cur
rent expenses and taxes
paid- .....--- .. .....- .......36,466.84
subject to check 141,507.69
Savings dleposits ....118,902.87
Cashier's checks -..-117.20
Bills payable, including certi
ficates for money borrow
ed -.....- ......- ....... ..........88,000.00
War Finance Corp.-......-.....70,926.49
Stc te of South Carolina,
County of Clarendoa-ss.
Before samo T. M. Mouzon, Cashier
of the above named bank, who, being
duly swvorn, says that the above state
ment is a true condition of said bank,
as shown by the books of said bank.
T. M. Mouzon,
Swvorn to andl subscribed before me
this 22nd dlay of Sept. 1922.
R. C. Wells,
Correct Attest: -- Joseph S prott,
Fred Lesesne, James M. S prott, Di rec
ears, six per
wer does not
r other loans,
.ed with the beneficial work and de
lightful programs given them. The
County Short Course held at Turbo
yCle, August 24-26 was worth nil the
time spent in planning and carrying
it out. The visiting snecialist and
District Agent say its one of the best
given in the State this year. The
Turbeville people entertaiced the
girls, gave the materials for the sev
eral demonstrations and their hospi
etality was unequaled. A good course
can now announc
.Coat Suits and Di
1 - In the latest model:
Crepe de Chine. Prices
We are offering ai
new Coat Suits. A wid
Twill, Tricotine and Ve]
The new Coats sho'
fects. Tphey come in
They are worthi coming
have to take
estate to ru
)0 to $30,
T LAW, Mannir
an cooking, sewing and singing was
given the girls, and many entertain
ments were planned for their pleasure.
The second evening was given to comn
munity singing vith talks by Sena
tor Wideman, Mrs. Plowvdcn and
County Agent Mr. Gray. The girls
in attendance came from every sec
tion of the county and all of them
enjoyed every minute of the Short
Coure and are looking forward to
coming again next year.
continued'to reach ti
e a most complete si
s, materials of Canton Crepe
nazing values in these beaut
e variety to choose from in Pc
y all the season's latest style
Velours, Bolivia and Silverto
to see. From
) rp $37.50
Sumter, S. C.
ig, S. C.
Also an excellent meeting of the
Farm Women's Council was held on
August 26th and the wowien were
very interested in the marketing of
their surplus products. All commit
tees were appointed to begin work at
The agent has spent. 56 days in the
field, 15 days in the office, had 20
calls for information, written 305 let
ters, paid 104 visits, held 40 meetings
with an attendance of 288.
iis store until we
iowing of Coats,