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Ebe INcning times.
Piblis ies All C.ounty and Town 01
WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1917.
VANTIED-- Four-foot wood. Man
ning Light & Ice Co. -tf.
Major W. 'T'. Lesesne transacte(
business in Columbia Monday.
So. We fear it will take a (lolla
to buy a penny.
"If ric is served, omit the pota
toes,' says an expert---we do.
1)r. Watson W. Duncan will delive
the Literary Address for the Sardini
Graded School on next Monday night
GO.1)STEIN'S SElRVI('E SA LE
S'E('IA L, JON 13. STETSO3
\lanaiger. of regist 'ation v-ill mee
:n 'ourt house Saum day, May 26th
:t eleven o'clock.
10,000 Brick and a lot of Lint
W. P. LEG;(;
The Western Una ion has moved int<
their new oflice behind the Bank of
F"Ot IE N'--The house known a:
the old Presbyterian manse. Apply t<
Miiss Minnie 3Mel addin, Manning.
GO)L)STEIN'S SEIIVICE SALE
MIEN, WOMEN AN) ('lILI)IEN'S
IIOSIERIY Oc I'Allt.
.\anagers of registration will meet
in Court Hlouse Sat urday, May 26th
at eleven o'clock.
GOL)STE1N'S SERVICE SALE,
MEN'S 51.00 DIESS SIIIRTI'S, SEI
Rev. G. P. Watson of Bishopville
is visiting his daughter Mrs. .J. B.
Miss Alice Odiom, of Bennettsville,
was the guest of her sister, Miss
Elith, over Sunday.
(hoice Collard Plant. now ready,
20 cents per hundred. I)r. A. S.
Tohld, Manning, S. C.
1r. A. P. Burgess left on Monday
for Union where he is attending the
grand lodge K. of P. sessions.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Marcus of Kings
tree, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
D. IIirschmann on Sunday.
R. A. Stewart, Esq., of Washing
ton, delivered the address at the col
ored graded school last night.
Mr. Arch ie Barron, Jr., who was
taken to (olumbia for medical treat
m(nt last Sunday, is reported as do
Now in st ofk a bout 500 bushels of
Corn and O:uts, 7(0,000 pounds Tlim
at hy flay, 1010 sacks ground feeds.
I will hol the prices down as long
as this stock lasts.
W. P. LEGGc.
SchIwar't z' Bros. at Sumter yester
(lay iniaugu rated their big AniinualI
Clean-UpI of Ready-to-Wea r. Every
thing in the above line is cult just
one-half. 'Phis big event only last
until Saturday night amnd the ladies
of' Clarendon will save money? by at
tendling- this ievent. Remember it i
a: Svh wiartz ros.0., Su~mter.
It i8 no0 trouble
you, keep ini tou
Store. The Simp:
Sell will keep you
dlitionl, your bloo<
tion andl the coio
cheek, from Jar
tion is equal to
worth of cure. (
Cream, macde of
FOR RENT-The house known as
the Joe Wells place. Apply to Mrs.
Lizzie C. Lesesne, Sumter, or W. T.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller and Mr. Milton
Nachman, of Lake City, and Misses
Lillian Marcus and Esther Berger, of
Kingstree, were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Ness on Sunday.
GOLDSTI'EIN'S SERVICE SALE.
ALL LADIES WAISTS UP TO $1.50
VALUE, SILKS, VOILS AND NOV
ELTIES, SPECIAL 89c.
r A part of the apparatus ordered by
the school ground committee of the
Civic League has been placed on the
school grounds and is being very much
enjoyed by the chiilren.
Dr. an Mrs. Witmer Stone, of
Philadelphia, who had been the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Shope for the
past two weeks returned to their
home on Monday. They were accom
panied by Miss Margretta Shope who
will spend the summer with them.
GOLDSTEIN'S SERVICE SALE.
SPECIAL, LAI)IES' VASHAHLE
SKIRTS WITll POCK ETS-PLEAT
El) BA(lK -19c.
Mr. Leighton D. Mathis, of Sum
ter. S. ('., and Miss Anna Elizabeth
White. of Manning, S. C., were hap
pily married at the residence of the
bride's parents near Maining on
'i'hursday, May 17, 1917, Dr. Watson
L'. Duncan performing the ceremony.
Mrs. Mathis is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. R. 11. White.
The governor has appointed the
Clerk of Court, Judge of Probate and
Mayor Bradham as the Conscription
Hoard for Clarendon, and at the same
time dictates who shall be managers
at the different precincts. We are
told that he confines them to the man
agers of the last general election,
the rcfore, giving them no say so in
the matter. So if you don't get a
job take your kicks to His Excellency
and not the Board.
'Te May meeting of the Civic Lea
gue was held at the court house on
Monday afternoon with eleven mem
After the usual reports the presi
dent gave a full and interesting ac
count of the State meeting in Harts
ville a few weeks ago. Mrs. Oliver
Plowden, who is a chairman in one
That the people of Man
ning are particular as to
the manner in which the
Groceries they use are
handled, we have in
staIledI sanitary binis,
and1 haVe water works.
We ask that you visit
our store and see for
yourself.. Remember we
dleliver your Groceries
B. B. BR EE DIN'S
S Pure Food Grocery.
Ncxt to Postofmee Phone 186
to cheat death when
ch with this Drug
le remedies that we
r liver in good con
1 in proper circula
r of health in your
mary to D~ecember.
s worth of preven
a hundred dollars
)ur D~rugs are fresh
tir Delicious Ice
pure cream and re
f Pure Drmrs"
No Better Style
No matter what you pay,
you cannot beat Style
plus Clothes $17. for
Guarantee in the pocket
-you must be satisfied.
All wool fabrics, variety
in color and pattern,
Manning, S. C.
of the Federation departments oU
lined some work for our league to t
It was decided to discontinue t'
meetings of the league during t
summer months. Of voorse the wo
of the various conamittees will go
Services at the Met hodist Churci
Manning Methodist Church, I
Watson B. IDuncan, Pastor.
.Sunday School at 10 A. M., N
Joseph Sprol I, Superintendent.
Men's Bible (liss at same hot
H on. Charlt ou ID)uRant, Tleacher.
Preach ing at I I A. M . and 8:
P. M. by the Past or.
Morning Subject : '"The Trial a
Tlriumplh of ,Jotb."
Evening Sugject : "What Is I
ligion ?"' TIhis will he the first
the series on '"A Young Man's P ra
Epwvorth League at 5 P. M., A~
.J. B. Cantey, President.
Sunday School at Tlrin it~y at :
P. M. Preaching at 4I:3(0 P. M.
Prayer Service on Thursday at
IP. M., followed by the Teacher-TIrai
Public cordijally invit ed to all so
Woman's MIissionary Conference
Sumter Dist ric. May 25-27, 19l7,
Hethel C'hurch, Oswego.
l-'ridlay Evening, May 25th, 8:30 P'.
Devotional Service--Rev. S.
G;reetings from the Adult Socie
G;reetinlgs from the Young ,Peopl
Response --Mrs. WV. L. Wait.
Missionary Address-Miss Le
Saturday Morning, May 26, 9:30 A.
Hymn No. :349.
Bible Lesson-Personal Respon:
Report of Distrioi Secretary.
Report from Council Meeting--M
R. L. Kirkwood.
Ples Cured In 6 to 14 Days
"our druggist wilt refund money If PA
IOINTME(NT falls to cure nony caose of Itchi
B linod,nileeding orProtrudting PItes in 6t51l4do
Thesa ..t annlcntIona utvcsen o nn it est .
- Presentation of Literature.
Paper-Problems of a Country So.
ciety and Their Solution, Mrs. S. W.
Talk on Pledge--Mrs. W. L.. Wait.
Report from Adult Societies.
Paper-A Call and Warning to
Young People, Miss Ida Griffin.
The Quiet hour-Mrs. C. E. Exum.
Saturday Afternoon, May 26th.
Devotional Service-Mrs. W. G.
Talk-Miss Susie Mitchell, DezE
coness from Darlington.
Report from Young People's and
Paper-Miss Ida Young.
Talk-Miss Leila Epps, Returned
Missionary from Brazil.
Information Hour--Mrs. Wait.
Selection of Place and Date for
1918 Conference Minutes of Session.
Sunday Morning, May 27, I A. M.
Annual Sermon-Rev. S. W. Henry.
Sunday Afternoon .1 P. M.
Rally Meeting of Yoang People and
Sunday Evening, 8 P. l.
Devotional Service-Rev. S. W.
Report of Committee on Countesies.
Missionary Address-Rev. I. S.
'EP WOR'Hf LEAGUE.
On Sunday afternoon, May 24th,
I the Epworth Leagues of the Mehto
(dist Church will observe the twenty
eighth anniversary of the organiza
tion of the Epworth League. The
service will be held at 5 o'clock and
the public is cordially Invited to be
prepent. Following is the program.
The Lord's Prayer.
A Lesson from the Old Testament.
A Lesson from the New Testament,
"Our Anniversary Day Symbol," by
the President of the Chapter.
"The Junior Scion of the Epwortl
Tree," by Miss Hattie Johnson, As
! sistant Junior Supt.
Mymn, by the Juniors.
"Fruits of the Epworth Tree
Spiritual Work," by Miss Mamit
Chandler, First Dept. Supt.
"Fruits of the Epworth Tree-So
cial Service," by Miss Jessie Averill
Supt. Second Dept.
"Fruits of the Epworth Tree--fRec
reation and Culture," by Miss Helei
Boger, Supt. Third Dept.
- "Fruits of the l'pworth Tree-Mis
o. sionary Work," by Miss Mamie .John
Ie son, Supt. Fourth Dept.
rk Recitation--"f I Have Eaten M:
-n Morsel Alone," by Miss Hessie Dick
Offering-Flor E'pwort~h L.eague ExN
rx. H ymn of Consecration.
P'raye'r of Dismxissal and Benedic
Recess' mnal Hlymno.
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PAX~Yl[ NEWS NOTES
Tlhe (losing exercises of the Pa xv ill
gradled school were held here Monda
and T1uesday nights of last weels
L arge crowdls attended'( both evenings
bOn Monday evening there wer
choruses, dialogues, r~ecitationxs, an
[r. the operetta, "Little Red Ridin;
0All of the characters were properI
costumed. Thel graduating exercise
rwere held on 'Tuesday evening. Th
members of the class were, K irklan
C (orhett, and Murray Grmaham. Th
ar-ladress to the graduating class wai
'made( by Mr. TF. W. Wideman, of Mar
n ing, who also (delivered the dIiploma:
T1he following prize and honor wa
of announced by Supt. E. ,J. Brown(
the A ppelt medal awarded annuall
for scholarship was presented to Mis
L~ucile Gedd ings ; for perfect atten(
MI..rnee, Master Arthur Geddings. Othe
.Ihonors were rece'ivedl by various pi
iuils of the gradIes and were presente
Ly. by their t eache*rs on the last schot
e' (lay. Mr. 'T. R. Owen, chairman
the board of trustees, tendetre
thanks to the teachers, Supt. Blrown
andl patrons for their wvork, heart
ila co-operation andl sympathy durin
the school year. lHe made an app~e
M. for continuedl and renewed effoi
along this line.
si- Miss L~ethea Edwards, as supxerin
tendent of the school, and I'er splei
(lid corps) of assistaints are receivin
r.Eyes Examined Glasses Fitt<
- J. E. ARtANT, PHl. G.
Since its an establish<
der lessens the yield of C
ity for seed- purposes th
for letting Corn grow oni
'Corn is stripped at a tii
it is certainly true that
alone to nourish the gra:
would be the result at h,
We Don't Dispute tl
Therefore, wheq, we at
der we have a profitable
substitute to offer.
Simply Plant A I
We h'ave a special sees
has been tried for year,
growth for silos and dry
15 feet high, having 2 t
extra heavy yield of foi
munkey Corn drilled ck
more and better forage
and trouble than the old
a. big field of Corn by sl
blades just when they ai
THIS IS THE TIME
unusual commendations on the mark
ed success of the school year just
closed. It is the wish of all that they
will return to the school another year.
The trustees are exceedingly anxious
to make needed repairs on the school
- puilding, and to arrange an eight
months term for the next session. A
hearty co-operation by the patrons
and friends of the school is the only
way by which they attain this. Let's
stand by them, one and all.
Mr. Augustus Murr has returned to
his home at Bridgeport, Conn., since
- the condition of Mrs. Henry Curtis
i is somewhat improved.
Miss Lorene Lathan returned Tues
day to her home at Sharon after a
- ten days visit with her sister, Mrs.
- J. W. Mims Jr.
Miss Jessie Curtis will go next
Friday to Oswego to attend the an
nual meeting of the missionary so
- cieties of Sumter district. She will
be) accompanied by Misses Lucile God
-d ings, and D~aisy Corbett who wvill
-represent the juvenile society of the
Mrs. W. R. Keels entertained on
- WedInesday evening in honor of the
gradIed school teachers before their
delmparture on Thursday to their re
IYOUR FLAG AND) MY FLAG
Y our flag andl my flag,
And( how it Iloats todlay,
In your land and my land
And( half' a wvorldl away.
IRose redl andl blood red
Its stripes forever gleam;
Snow white and soul white,
Our good forefathers' dream;
a Sky blue and true blue,
eWith stars that gleam aright.
(I A gloried guidon through the (lay
eA shelter through the night.
- Your flag andl my flag
. And oh! how much it holds,
s Your land and my land
-Secure wvithin its folds.
y Your heart and hiy heart
SBent quicker at the sight.
.Sun kissed and wind tossed
r The Red, and Blue, and White.
Tfhe one flag, the great flag
dI The flag for me and you
Glorified, all else beside,
The Red, and White, and Blue.
(I ~ -Wilbur D). Nesbit.
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yA Young Man's Problems.
On next Sunday at 8:30 P. M. at
the Methodist Church Dr. Watson B.
D~uncan will begin a serIes of Sunday
evening sermons on "A Young Man's
Probleng! The series wvill consist of
-I. "What is Religion?"
d2. "Is the Bible Inspiredl ?"
3. "Why Should I Join th(
4. "Can a Business M~n Bea
5. "What Are Legitimate Amust
'd fact that pulling fodX
orn and injuries its qualm
ere is every good reasoe
to full maturity. 4When
me to make good fodder
had the fodder been let,
in, more and better Corn
1e High Peeding Value
ity of Fodder.
[vise against pulling fod
money and labor saving
odder Corn Crop.
I for this purpose in our
GE CORN. This seed s
s to produce abundant
r forage. Growing 12 to
o 6 ears to stalk and an
Ider, a few acres of Pa
>se in the row will make
at decidedly less expense
costly method of ruining
tinning off its life-giving,
re most needed to fill out
TO PREPARE FOR
While the sermons will be primarily
designed for young men, the pastor
stated that the discussion of these
problems would be of interest to all
who are deeply concertned about vital
Public cordially invited.
The cominencement of the colored
graded school was concluded last
night with the graduating exercises..
The educational address was delivered
by R. A. Stewart, of Washington. P.
C. Stewart is formerly of Manning
where he lived for 20 years, practic
ing law, teaching school and was one
time postmaster here. le has al
ways had the reputation of being a
fine speaker and his address last
night was heard by a packed house
as people from various parts of the
county attendled the com mencement
exercises. Many who witnessedi the
exercises in the colored school last
night say that the essays orations
andl songs by the studlents were lis
tened to withintent interest and that
it was ab~out the best commencement .
the coloredl people have had. -
Robert stewart's speech was with
the spirit of the age and even though
he spoke an hour and ten minutes
his audience listened without a break.
only to interrupt at times wvith loud
Several colored ministers were on
the plat'form. The dliplomas were (de
livered by Rev. Hlugh L. Harry, of
the parochial school. In the class of
nine pupils, who finished from the
school were five boys. The class
valedictory was delivered by Lavan
Richardson. All of the exercises at
the commencement of the colored
school this year wvere largely attend
ed. The annual sermon was dleliveredl
Sunday by Rev. IR. W. Vance, D. D.,
president of the Allen University in
The colored people seem to have
a deal of interest in their school and
the wvork of the teachers seem to be
Do you know why you have sick
headache, diabetes, neuralgia, rheu
matism and liver or kid!ney troubles?'
It's because you are being poisoned
by products of your own body. Your
organs of elimination are not work
ing properly. Waste material that
t:hould be thrown out is being retained
to poison and intoxicate your system.
That could not happen If the bowels
were kept open with Granger Liver
Regulator. This splendid preparatIon:
is purely vegetable and non-alcoholie.
Demand Granger Liver Regulator at
your drug store-25e a box-and take
no other. .There is nothing "just as