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on ten dollarbills. . -0o
last Sunday, Addie May, the si
ol1 aue of Mr. and Mrs
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~'~a fernoon at 5 o'clock
boase, the stockholders hi
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'3wbIehn take place next
o,~e~ly verwhelm us
two years .subsrption
- ten. we can -survive
you make it five.
ofAgnes Scott e
*a, is delight- tc
4e regations at the First fc
aitch of Lakcewooddr-e
of the pastor. D-t
jead of Loui'evi in this i<
hereafter watch. these col- h
tleinducements he will offer. p4
soneot the most reputable ti
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can be absolutely relied
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we can alv
Eunny, isn't it? A fellow got peaved
.d stopped his paper the other day
d then rushed right over and bor
wed his neighbor's to see what we
.d to say about him.
The election is over and everybody
ould lay aside all political differen :es
d support the nominees, in o der
at their administration mar be aauc
is to both themselves and the people.
*e congratulate the winners anif at
y time we can be of benefit to either
unty or State officers it will be a
asure for us to do so.
September 14, 1936-September 14,
16. There will be a meeting in the
athodist church Thursday. night, at
0 o'clock to celebrate the anniver
ey of our prohibition victory. The
ile quartette will give that famous
ug "John Barleycorn, Good bye,"
d the choir will sing "A Saloonless
tion in 1920." Mr. J. K. Breedin
11 speak on "Some of the Good Re
Its of Prohibition." Let every body
there and rejoice for South Caro
ta Dry. Mrs. Joseph Sprott, Pres.
. C. T. U.
If some live merchant will spend an
cr or two some evening with his
)-e blinds, drawn and install a hand
me and attractive window display,
mething unique and out o- the ordi
ry, and then advertise it in this pa
r, we venture the prediction that at
ist half of the people in this com
unity will be around to see it. And
ny of them will buy just because
y happen to be there. Advertising
11 get the people to a store that is
rth going to, but the merchant and
s own zoods must do the selling.
ep up, gentlemen. What merchant
this town wants the people to beat a
.th to his store.
The angle of death visited the home
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rawlinson and
iimed their beautiful little daughter
rginia, aged two and a half years.
She was sick only a few days and all
is done for her. that human hands
uld do, but the King saw fit to choose
is beautiful flower for his garden.
While it was hard to give her up, for
e vassuch a sweet lovable child, yet
e knoweth best.
The bereaved parents have the sym
thy of the entire community in their
s.One who knew her.
Rant Home Demonstration Club Meeting.
The DuRant Demonstration Club
ld its August meeting at the home
Mrs. James Reaves, August 29th.
Miss.Riohardson was with us and
,ve a demonstration in canning okra
the cold water process, also in mak
jelly, both were highly instructive.
We discussed the advisability of hold
g a community fair at- the school
use, and decided to hold it Septem
ir 23rd, 1916. Public invited.
Mrs. James Reaves.
In as much as it has pleased God to
move from us our faithful member,
rs. Belle Hodge, we the members of
.e Harvin Home Demonstration Club
fer the following resolutions:
1. That we bow in humble submis
n to Him who doeth all things well.
2. That we extend to the bereaved
tes our heartfelt sympaty and love.
aying that the Holy spirit may com
rt them in this sad hour.
3. That copies of these resolutions
recorded in our minutes, sent to the
reaved family, and to the two coun
Mrs. J. B. Brogdon, Pres.
Mrs. Edgar Dickson. Sec.
atherine Richardson, Home Dem.Agt
R. D. Clark.Returns Thanks.
To the tobacco growers and friends,
wish o express to you my sincerest
anks for the liberal patronage given
e during the tobacco season just clos
L The prospects for good tprices for
bacco was never better than they are
r the next few years, let every farm
plant a few acres tobacco, some cot
n, make plenty of everything you
e at home, then you will see the best
mes that this county has seen in a
ng time. Less quit complaining and
next year men. Again thanking
for what you have done for me in
e past, wishing you a happy and
I beg to remain your friend,
R. D. Clark.
invited to a
-self to see this
exceeds any i
ts. Satins and
article in our
buy just such
rays supply at
At Manning School. .
The Manning graded and high school
opened Monday moruing for the fall
term with a very gratifying enrollment V
of pupils, there being about 300 enroll
ed, which is very good for the first day.
There was a large attendance of pat
rons and friends at the school to wit
ness the opening exercises.
The corps of teachers for the coming
year is as follows: High school, D. R.
Riser superintendent, H. J. Bomar, of
Spartanburg, and Miss -Rennie Odom
of Bennettsville. Grammar school,
Miss Sue Porter Newberry, seventh
grade, Miss Dorothy Meares Ridgeway
sixth grade. Miss Margaret Jackson
Bennettsville, fifth grade, Mrs. John
Breedin Manning, fourth grade, Mrs.
D. R. Riser Manning, third grade, Mrs Z
J. A. Cole Manning, second grade,
Miss Eose Ebrich, Georgetown, first
grade Music, Misses Augusta Appelt
and Annie Hirschmann, Manning.
In sad but loving rememberance of a
our dear little daughter Addie Mae b
Wells, which passed away last Sunday s
morning, September 3rd, at ten o'clock c
aged 9 years and 26 days. her suffering fc
was short, all tat could be done was -e
done, so we can only say thy will be a
done. She was a sweet and affection- ,
ate child to fatber, mother and all, t:
Whom she came in contact with, we a,
can only say that the taking of her is ,
our gain. She was laid to rest in Beth u
lehem ecmetery, at the church of.
which she was a Sunday school scholar l.
it was always her greatest pleasure to is
be there whenever she could.
Oh our darling how we miss you,your a
sweet voice we hear no more I'
But by the grace of our Savior we tl
will meet you on the golden shore. 1<
Returns, County Primary . a
Cole L. Blease................1040 ,
Richard I. Manning............. 938 1
- Railroad Comm issioner. f
James Cansler................ 1437
Albert S. Fant........... ....... 447 s
House of Representatives:
R. S. DesChamps ............... 531 e
W. W. Johnson............... 1144 C
J. H. Lesesne............ .... 1117 t
M. H. Mellett................. 3119 r.
W. N. Rush .................. 873 s
R. D. White.................. 813 1
Clerk of Court:
Edgar C. Dickson.......... ... 1190
T. Mitch Wells............... 78 c
County Supervisor: h
John D. Gerald............ .... 780 c
J. E. Kelly..... ... ........... 1151 e
John P. Thames........... ...635 1
Isaac N. Tobias.......... ....1278 b
Magistrate at Turbeville:
. H. Baker.................. 180
D. Edd Turbevil'............... 133 a
John C. Harvin ................ 101 il
W. D. Young................. 141 g
Kelly was elected supervisor, Dick- I
son clerk of court, Tobias coroner,
Johnson. Lesesne and Mollette to the c
house, Young magistrate at Alcolu, b
Baker magistrate at Turbeville. 1
Harin Home Demonstration Club Meeting.
The Harvin Home Demonstration ]]
Club met at the home of Mrs. J. B. 19
Brodon, Tuesday afternoon, Septem- F
ber 5th. J3
The meeting opened with the Club
prayer and song. The regular lessons,
which weus.to be on home nursing, was
postponed, and the time was passed in
discussing a community fair which will V
Iconsist of exhibits of canned goods in
glass and tin, home conveniences, flow- a,
era, vegetables, farm products, live el
stock, poultry and anything in the way
of improvement for the home and farm. sa
Committees were appointed to collect T~
these products which will be arranged,
and the best selected by appointed E
judges and sent to the county fair.
The fair will be held in the Harvin S
depot, September 22nd. We will be E
glad to have any who feel interested
to visit us on that day. We hope to g
have with us, speakers who will talk
on different phases of our work. p
The Club members will serve dinner TI
on the grounds, and if there are any -
Iwho wish to spend the day come and
bring your basket, and we will assure v
you a hearty welcome, and try to give
you a pleasant time.
Mrs. Edgar Dickson,.
ttend the Fal:
stock has hi
goods as we
id please you
rains Thirty Pounds
chile Taking Tanlac.
ife Says Husband Was
Hardly Able To Turn
In Bed For Six
[AD LOST ALL HOPE.,
hree Bottles of Tanlac -'Work
ed Miracle For him Almost"
Made Able To Go To
After he had been given up to die
ad his children had been. called to his
dside from their homes in several
Cayes, Mr. J. A. Busbee, of.Clifton, S.
., a suburban town nearSpartanburg,
llowed the advice of his son and oth
s and took Tanlac. As a result, he
ined 30 pounds in weight and was
reoitrhened so much that he was able
walk around the farm and drive
,ven miles to Spartanburg in a buggy
:cording to a statemtzt given on Aug
;t 5th by his wife.
Mr. Busbee took three bottles of Tan
c, she said, and during the six month
nmediately before he began to take
anlac he had been so weak and ill
ih stomach trouble that he frequent
irequired his wife's assistance when
irning in bed. Her- siatement fol
"My husband suffered from a very
uch run down and weakened condi
on, and from a severe form of stom
sh trouble. He had no appetite at
1, and he wasted away until he was
ist skin and bones. It seemed that
e could get no trea' ment that would
ermanently improve him. |He han
een sick and unable to do anything
>r about three years.
"We had to turn him In bed, he was
weak. He ate only a few bites a
ay. Once before he began taking
'anac, he became so low that we tel
graphed for the children to come atI
nce. One son, who lives at Birming
am, had heard of the, great results
bat Tanlac had given sufferers with
tmab trouble and he insisted that bis
ther take Tanlac as a last resort. And
e began to pick up right away after
e began taking it,
"He has taken three bottles. It
anged him from a man on the verge
ithe grave to a much stronger and
appier man .It just worked a miira
e almost for him. He gained in
very way, and when the third bottle
'asgone he had gained 30 pounds in
eight. When he began taking Tan
te he could not walk at all, but when
e had taken three bottles he was able
drive seven miles to Spartanburg in
buggy and walk over his farm.
"Tanac gave him a good appetitc
nd inproved his stomach so iuch
aat he begau to eat almost anything
nd a lot of it. Tanlac is due the cred
for this great improvemlenit. I am
lad to recommend it and so is Mr.
Mrs. Busbee gave this statement be
use they agreed she could tell the
etter just bow much improvement
anlac had made in his condition.
"Tanac," the Master Medicine, is
sclusively .sold in Manning by the
ickson Drug Store; in Summnerton by
.. Rhame, Jordan L. W. Nettles,
e Zion Shaw & Plowden, Pine wood
armrs Supply Co., Silver Davis and
Services at The Methodist Church.
Manning Methodist Church, Dr.
Tatson B. Duncan. Pastor.
The Sunday School will meet at 10:00
in., Mr. Jos. Sprott, superintend
The Men's Bible Class meets at the
.me hour, Hon. Charlton DuRaut,
Preaching at 11 a. mn, by Dr. H. W.
Preachinir at 8 p. m. by the pastor.
sbject: "Does God Send Trouble.''
ible Difficulties, No. 4.
Epworth League 5 u. m. Mr. Mfor
tn Sprott, President.
Praer service on Thursday at 5
his will be followed by the Teacher
Public cordially icvited to all ser
L Opening of
0th and 21st.
as you will :
en in all colc
ad it selectio
Court convenes in Manning Septe
:er 25th, Judge Prince presiding:
J M Graham Alcolu
R L Reardon New Zion
D E Jenkinson Pinewood
J M Boswell Jr Paxvilie
L C Spiegner Alcoln
A C Morris New Zion
H P Newton Manning
G H Lackey Paxville
J J Thigpen Manning
L P Hardy New Zion
L M Gamble Turbeville
C W Lavender New Zion
8 W Barron Manning
Howard Scott Pinewood
M R Thames Jordan
N G Broadway Manning
C R Breedin Manning
J W Mathis St Paul
\V H Holladay Foreston
E H Kennedy Turbeville
J C Bryant Manning
Walter M Hodge Alcolu
B B Frierson Manning
A E Brock Summerton
S L Davis Manning
J T Murray Manning
E S Ervin Manning
M J Grifin Manning
F D Haley Wilson
J C Dennis Turbeville
D L Green Turbeville
W E Gibbons Turbeville
M J Conyers Aicolu
E A Corbett Wilson
J W Richbourg Wilson
R T Toucbberry
SECOND WEEK JURY.
F H Chewning Silver
A G White Albolu
Stackhouse Holladay Manning
A M1 Holladay Manning
John R McKanzie Lake City
J B Lee Alcola
D C Gamble Turbeville
Warran DuRmnt Alcolu
W D Scurrry Manning
.J P Mahcney Silver
John F Turbeville Turbe ville
C W Brown Silver
W S Dennis Manning
J W Driegors New Zion
A C DuBose New Zion
A G Stack Pinewood
W D Fleming New Z'on
D J Witberspoon Alcolu
R R Barrineau Davis Station
D M Barns New Zion
W; I Buddia Turbeville
Have You Thc
It is pretty hard to arrive at I
rrazing but, it is safe to say that
food value to both the animals an
or Rye, or the two comnbioed. is <
farmer can make. Dont plant i
your land is not in goodw shape stic
finest pastures known if planted l
leave other good foraging and tak
chance. Barley grows fast. stool!
Abruzzi Rye is considerably high<
.Rye, but for pasturage or seed pr
run by big odds, as it grows fa-ter
for seed it makes earlier and hiea1
its cheaner price is extensively us
improve the land-it muakes good
Winter Barley $1.60. MA
Rye $2.90. Fulghum Oat
Essex Rape 12 1-2c. lb. I
10 lbs. 10c. lb. Crimson C
17 1-2c. lb.
isive display o
freely admit w
rs. Our Dress
n by the perso
the Big Open
H D Berry Aicolu
P B Mouzon Manning
J t) Gerald Manning
C H Castine Turbeville
R N Gardner Summerton
Edwin Johnson Manning
D W Stone Paxvillc
J H Barwick Pinewood
W.S Ward Manning
G H Gibbons Manning
W D Allsbrook Manning
J J Ricbbourg Foreston
J E Childers Alcolu
H B Ridgeway Silver
John R Walker Manning
Brink your old shoes and harness to
Manning Harness Factory and have
them made new. Work called for and
Wanted-A position by experienced
Stenographer and Bookkeeper. Extra
or permanent work. Apply The Man
ning Tines office, or phone 34, Man
ning, S. C
For ltent-One8 room dwelling house
-Nice location. Apply to Spillman
Strange, Manning, S. C.
For Rent-A good 3 horse farm. 7
room house with good out-buildings, 2
milt s from Manning. Apply at once.
R D. Clark, Manning, S. C.
We exchange Texas Red Rust proof
Seed Oats for Cotton Seed. Richard.
son and Epperson, Pinewood. S. C.
Wanted-A position as farm mana
ger. by a farmer who has lost his crop I
by the storm. dont wear a high collar
and is not afraid of work. ready to b>
gin work at once, address.
Manning. S. C.
Route 2, Box 101.
When in neel of anything remem
ber The Ne~w Idea Co;, if its in our
line vwe have it. Our motto is satisfac
tion or money back.
IExpected to arrive soon another car
fine Timnmothy hay and a car brick.
WV. P. Legg.
Goo~d clothes for the boy. He soon'
will be needing ncw clothes, or per
haps he needs them now. Our suits
will dress him up in fine style andi their
sperior wearingz quality will show the
hardest kind or service. The New
ught How They.
ie on a Patch
y or Rye ?
lie csh value of anything used as
wheuj we consider the tonie eltect,
i the land, a patch of either Barley
me of the very best investments a
arley on poor run down land. If
k to Rye. Barley mn ikes one of the
gool soil. All kinds of stock will I
e to Barley whenever they getih?
out heavily and is always tender.
r in price than ordinary Winter
odution it is cheapest in the long
taller, makes more grazing, and,
'ier yields. Winter Rye, owing to
ed for a cover crop to protect and
~razing until late in the springz.
rinter Rye $1.80. Abruzzi
s $1.20 per bushel. Dwarf
3ur Clover 11c. lb. Over
lover 20c. lb. In quantities
e Weaver's LV
20 and 21,
A TKA MATNTT
NG, which will take
f Fall Millinery. Our
hen you see it. Extra
Goods Department is
nal attention of our ex
nt, consequently we
ing, Sept. 20 and 21.
. Watch this Space for our Weekly
Specials. Our New Fall Goods are
beginning to arrive, and- we have
some of the prettiest and most
. up-to-date things to show you we
have ever offered. We will put on
Specials every week.
Ih rihtknd atattractive prices always
The riht i oa hand.
I **Write for quotations to
I. , I. B&RSTINB & SON,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
EXCURSION TO FLORIDA
Tuesday, Sept. 26.
Fares From Manning:
To Jacksonville ... ...... .... .... .........$7 00
To Tampa ...... ..... .. ... ........ ........9 50
To St. Petersburg..... .......... ........... Q 50
To Fort Myers............................. 10 50
Proportionately low fares from all points in Vir
ginia and the Carolinas.
Tickets sold to Jacksonville will be limited, return
ing, until October 3rd, and those sold to Tampa, St.
Petersburg and Fort Myers to October hth. 19i0. Re
turn trip must be complet-,d by midnight of return limit
For schedule. reservations anr1 further -particulars,
inquire of H. D. CLARK.
Ticket Agent. Manning, S C.
In the Wake of Great War.
Fish as Fertilizing Material. A great war leasesz the country with
Herring. great quantities of which bree armiies-an army of cripples, a.
tre caught in Japan each year, are ,rmy of mourners and an army c4
sed chiefly to fertilize rice fields. hleves.-Germzan Proverb.
[illinery Parlors on
TG DRY GOODS CO.