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Publishld Every; Wedesday
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1922
Lt the Presbyterian ladies dress
your dolls for Christmas.
Mayor "A. C. Bradham is laid up
with a cabo of flu.
Mr.'J. F. Dickson is convalescing
from a case of flu. I
Mrs. Sarah Harvin and son ade
sick with flu.
Mr. J. D. Gerald is ill at his 'aome
Mr. H. R. Rembert is r. victim of
Rev. S. A. Nettles of Dover, N. C.,
is spending a tow days in Manning.
Miss Daisy Flowers is confined to
her bed with flu.
S. Oliver O'Bryan, Esq., spent yes
terday in Charleston on business.
Mr. Joe Joseph of Summerton, pass
ed through Manning yesterday on his
way to Charleston.
Mrs. R. R. Jenkinson has been con
fined to her bed the past week with
The Sumter fair is now in full blast.
It is said this fair is second only to
the state fair.
Beginning Saturday, November 25
the Manning Library will be open
from 4 to 5 p. n.
A complete out-fit'may be found for
your dolls at Dickson's Store-the
week beginning, December 11th.
Ernest M. Flitter is spending sev
eral weeks in Columbia, with his rela
Sailor Joseph Wells is in Manning
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. F. M. Shope left last Thursday
for a two week's stay at his old home
Rev. L. B. McCord is ldwn with flu.
He was unable to fill his pulpit last
Mr. H. B. Ewart of Rock Hill, is
spending a few days with his family
is a Prescription for Colds,
Fever and LaGrippe. It's the
most speedy remedy we
know, preventing P n e u
They will add to the
lightning e fli c i e ncy
and improve t h e
ho nm e ' s appearance
and value. See the'
beautiful new fixtures
we have on exhibition.
and you'll see at once,
how much better
your home would be v
equipped with them. a
Come and inspect them.
* W. B. Bur:
* Welcomes you to
THE FAIR, 1%
Rev. wFo r h-~ s - o~lo
to his bed A l f. i~ti~ Abe ,to .out
fr. Horee Thom'as eturned e
laat week from a trip ;n North re
lina. He reports business goo' up
there and plonty of money._
Hon. Charlton DuRant returned
h'oe; yestorday from Kansas City,
where he was a delegate to the 1a
Mr. 1 Preston Thsmes of Florence
son of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Thames of
Manning successfully passed the .bar
in Columbia, last week, -and is now'a
full fledged lawyer..
There-will be a barbecue supper also
chicken and other good eats at .Wil
son school house next Friday hight.
The public is invited. 50 cents 'and
eat all you want.
B. Y; P. of'Santee Association will
hold its annu:d convention at Mann
ing Baptist Church on next Sunday,
November 26th. Services begin at 4
p. m. Public cordially invited.
.Boston Pressley colored, was struck
by passenger' train No. 52 Monday
moreing at the crossing over Black
River and his wagon.demoliqhed. Bos
ton was considerably bruised up but
not seriously hurt.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the He
brew Congregation of Manning will
sell fancy work, salads, cake and
candy Friday, November 24, will also
take orders for fancy deserts and
The Woman's Auxiliary of Presby
terian Church will hold its quarterly
meeting Mor day afternoon, Novem
ber 27 at 3:31 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. Amando '-farvin. Members are
urged to co ne and visitors are cor
There are one or two bicycles with a
siren bell on them in town and the
boys take a delight in blowing this
siren. This is against the law, and
very anoying to the firemen. So
boys, if you do not want to get in
trouble, you had better take your lit
tle siren off your bicycle.
Mr. Wilburn P. Bradham of Mann
ing has been recently promoted from
traveling representative to city cir
culation manager of The News & Ob
server, where he has been employed
for only a few months. One of the
largest daily papers of North Ccro
The car in which several boys were
in last Monday night going to the
barbecue supper at Jordan ,and driven
by Stobo Bradham, turned over, and
we are told the car was considerably
broken up but all of the boys escaped
injury. Tie car belonged to Mr. S. W.
Announcement is made by the
management o fthe Pastime Theatre
of the special engagement of Kama
ka's original native Hawaiiang, who
will appear, accompanied by the cele
brated Princess Lei, of Honolulu, at
the Pastime Theatre on Monday, No
The Ladies of the Presbyterian
Church will sell doll's clothes from a
window in Mr. Jos. Dickson's Store
the week .beginning December 11th'.
There you may find all sorts of wear
ing apparel for dolls, hats, caps, dress
es, underwear, kimonas etc. Orders
for dressing dolls are solicited, prices
They are well worth a
us & Sons.
make their store
rov. 21 to24."
BE-IIES. FOR SALE
In Qrder to help, estab-.
lish the bee industry in
Clarendon pokinty we are
Willing-to dispose of a few
of our hives. We will not
ell ov er two hives to any
one person. For- particu
lars see us or write
,R. S. ELLIOTT & SON,
Silver, S. C.
Notwithstanding the illness of Mr.
McCord there will be prayer meeting
at the Presbyterian Church this even
ing at 7:30 o'clock. The services will
be cohducted by some of the laynmen.
Everybody is invited to attend.
Mr. A. I. Barron returned hme
from Columbia, yesterday morning
where he went to seq his brother,
Sam Barron, who is critically ill in
that city. The friends of Sam will be
saddened to learn that he is in a des
perate condition and hopes of his re
covery are despaired of. He will be
brought to Manping this evening to
spend his remaining days.
At the Pastime Theatre Monday,
November 27th, will be offered Ka
maka's original all-native Hawaiians
in #vocal, instrumental and native
dances, likewise classic and popular
numbers on a program that will con
clude with a genuine interpretation
of the famous native dance done by
the celebrated Princess Lei of Hono
Francis Little in her wonderful
story, "The Lady of the Decorations,"
has gathered within the covers of a
book a description on Hawaii that
well -epays the reader. - But after all
the best a story may hope to accom
plish is various mental pictures no
matter how cleverly written.
To bring native atmosphere and
melodies direct to the individul only
genuine artists fro mthis lovely land,
may successfully, therefore, Kama
ka's original all-native Hawaiian ar
tists have come with beautiful scenery
and very competeht artists and will
be the big attraction at the Pastime
Theatre Monday, November 27th.
RURAL POLICE SHOOTS
NEGRO THIS MORNING
Rural Policeman "Bill" Hardy ar
rested Abie DuRant colored, near
Davis Station this morning. Abie
would not stand without hitching, so
broke to run. Officer Hardy shotta
couple of times to scare him, but Abie
continued his route, so then Mr. Hardy
took a good sight on him and brought
him down. We understand the negro
is in a critical condition.
OPEN LETTER TO FRIENDS
.. OF THE RED CROSS
Dear I riends of the Red Cross:
The , will be a meeting of the Exe.
cutive Committee of the Clarendon
County Chapter of the American Red
Cross on Friday afternoon, November
24th at 4 o'clock. At this meeting it
will be determined whether the Chap
ter will be reorganized and work con
tinued or whether the charter will be
surrendered and such property as the
Chapter may possess disposed of.
You are cordially invited and urged
to attend this meeting and take part
in the discussion of this important
matter. It is not necessary that you
be either a member of the Executive
Committee or of the Chapter itself.
If you are at all interested come, to
the meeting. .
J. A. EASLEY,
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION
The U. S. Civil Service Commission
will hold an examination for Clerks
and Carriers on December 2nd, 1922 at
Manning, S. C. to fill vacancies in the
Postoflice in that city. The exam
ination is open to all who meet the re
quirements. Application blanks and
full information, including sample
questions, can be obtained from the
Secretary, Local Civril Service Board,
at the Postoffice Manniing, S. C. or
from the Secretary, Fifth Civil Ser
vice Distriat, Atlanta, Ga.
To prevent fires we advise that all
roofs and gutters bei cleanted off. This
time of year leaves in a short while
will fill a gutter and flying sparks
might fail in this bed of dry leaves
and set the house on fire. For your
own protection do this.
I. I. A PPELT,
-Chief Manning Fire Dept.
It is strange how 'a ' put things off.
In Kansas, a man needed a shave 30
years before he got it.
All persons having claims against
the estate of Hilliard R. Jennings,
dleceased, will present them duly at
tested and all persons owing the said
estate will make payment to the un
J. Taylor stukes,
Manning, S. C., Oct. 25. 1022 43-3tc
For Highest Prices for
Call at Sam Richman's
Shoe Shop and ask for
Dave Leff- '
1 1 II[II
Every man knows the money-saving qualities of two trouser
suits. They wear almost twice as long.
Two trouser suits at a price as low as the one trouser suit
of last season is the same as a substantial reduction
Knowing the wide appeal of the two trouser suit idea, we
bought early when the market offered exceptional
selections and bargains which we now pass to you.
A suit with two pair of trousers is a thrifty investment in
these days of tight dollars.
MORRIS NE SS,
Weinberg old Stand. --m Manning, S. C.
Our Job Department*
Is one of the best in the South.
- We have just completed the big
2ontract we had with the State
of South Carolina, and can now
deliver your work with despatch
The Manning Times.