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Sometimes we wonder if it is go
much money. Of course the natura
much money as possible, and money
it is possible to have too much of a g
The war has made America fal
Men who in 1914 had nothing now
had a modest sum six years ago ar
You see it every day.
In the cities it is more apparent
cities no manufacturer will produce,
merchant will sell an article at a rea
rich quick. Employees ldemand p
please, and in many cases are becom
agined. Instead of the employer be
hired help practically tells him where
The war produced the profiteer,
fuses to loosen his grip upon the cou
slipshod manner and inferior materia
expenses and increasing profits to ab
In the manufacturing world it is
fits, or where quality does prevail th
Of course there are some except
few and difficult to find. The ease -
during the past six years has produ
ducive to the future welfare of our c
Buy a horn. BIe%. into it. M1
Want to know who your friends
have "a little something" hidden aw
A merchant advertises "silk shir
short for comfort. There's nothing
an abbreviated one down.
With Carranza in his grave at t
assassin, there is a possibility of a
tions in Mexico. A possibility-that
The railroads want a billion do
they want an increase that will proc
it to them. The consuming goat at
on his lacerated back.
JUNE NEWS IN THE K. of P.
Plans for extension of the Order at
assumption of greater obligations fc
its advancement, will, according I
announcement sent out by the officer
be the central thought At the ne:
convention of the Suprdme LodI
Kni-hts of Pythias. This legislatiN
body of the Order will be convened
Minneapolis, Minnesota, on Argu
10th, 1920, the (late having ret t
been changed from August 3rd b) o
ficial notice from the Supreme Chai
Nearly one million members of tfi
Order in the United Stato and Can
da are interested in what will.he dot
at this convention. Among the mar
proposed changes in tne present lav
:are those which will, if enacted, pri
vide for admission to membership a
A8 years of age instead- of 21; li1
membership; changes in funeral bent
fit laws; and a national tuberculos
sannatorium for members of the Ot
While representation of eac
Domnain ja based upon Pythian popuib
tion, under the statute each Grant
ifomain must have two supreme ret
;res~entatiyc, Somt have as many a
five. This method of selection gives
true representation of the Order an
provides a method by which th
Supreme Body ip influenced only b,
condlitionts prevailing in all partso
The Order has made phenomena
growth (luring the Iast year. Tha
gain in membership for 1919 is- re
ported to be over forty thousand
There has been much activ-ity in thu
Uniform Rank and it is expected tha
over thi-ty thousand men in uniforn
will attend the national encamnpmen:
held in Cleveland, Ohio, in .July.
The Insurance Department reporl
shows an increase of protectior
amounting to a gain of over five mil
lion dollars last year making a total
of over $1 03.000O,000 of protectior
providIed by this branch (of the Order
During the first four months oif this
year the membership was increased
over three thousand.
The Knight of Khorassan known as
the "Play G;round of Pythianism" has
more than doubled its membership ir
the last two years. It is with thesc
encouraging repiorts of advancemnent
that the Supremeilt Lodlge will assembkc
to make provision for. a broader ser
vice to the miembersh ip and plan a
program (of activities to meet the
present conditions. Fifty-five grandl
domains wvillI have representation at
the convent ion and it is probable that
the session will last ten (lays.
More than 200) comnpanies of Uni
form Rank, K(nights (If Pyth ins, have
been formed into clubs to provide
fundls wtih which to defr'ay expenses
of the Comnpany to the Cleveland
Encampmnen t. Prizes amtountinrg to
severatl thousand (dollars will be
awarded for cornpeti tive drnilIs.
The Supreme Temtple, Pvthianm,
Sisters, wvith over 200,000 membetrship
wili hold their Supreme Convention
in M intnapol is, Mnesota, concutrrent
wit hthe (late of the Supreme Lodge.
El Watkodis Tretmple, Knights of
Khorassan , is the largest organtization
of its kind in A merica. The mem
bership is over 1,200 and the featutres
of the tetmple ni-e a band of nearly
100 pieces and a drill team of nearly
RedI Star Lodge, San Diego, is the
largest Pyth ian lodge in the world. It
anning as Second-Class MAtter.
.00 per year in Advance
iNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1920.
od for the American people to have so
I instinct of a man is to accumulate as
is a decided necessity these days. But
ulously rich, the envy of all nations.
are comfortably well off. Others who
a now rolling in wealth. The result?
than in the country towns. In the big
no middle man will distribute, and no
sonable profit. All seem to want to get
.ohibitive wages, work .otout as they
ing about as inefficient as could be im
ing the master of his own business, his
and for the sake of easy money he re
ntry. Buildings are thrown together in
Is are used, all for the sake of cutting
the same. Quality is sacrificed for pro
price becomes almost probibitive.
ions to this rule, but the exceptions are
vith which money has been accumulated
:ed this state of affairs. It is not con
ike a noise for this town. You will be
Are? Just let it become known that you
ty and you will soon learn.
ts one-third off." Too short, brother, too
more exasperating than trying to keep
ie hands of a treacherous and brutal
return to something like normal condi
lar increase in freight rates, or rather
luce that much additional income. Give
ill has a square inch or two of hide left
other lodges are in the race for the
honors. They are Garfield, Milwau
kee. Wis; Crusade, South Bend, Tnd.
d Hobah, Bethlehem, Penn.; Wyane, De.
triot, Mich.; and Oklahoma, Oklahome
r City, Okla.
H. L. Baxley, K. of R. S
i Pinewood K. of P. Lodge No. 124
PUBLIC HEALTH NOTES
it "There is nothing in all the work
y so important as little children-noth.
F- mag so interesting. If ever you wisi
t-, go in for philanthropy, if ever yot
wish to be of any use in the world
IeAQ 4-pngthing for littl; hi11 ron, 1
k. ever yOU yeai'n to be truly whI, tuMP
.e children. We can dress the sore
y bandage the Wound. imprisor. the
Ia criminal, heal the sick and bury th(
o. dead, but there is always a chance
t that we can savo the child. If the
e .rreat army of philanthronists ever ex
-terminate sin and pestilence, ever
a 'work out the race's salvation, it will
... nh ecauise a little child has led them.'
David Starr Jordani.
..The sch'iol year being ended aitid the
i wvork of iichool inspection necessaijy
-laid aside' until Fall, Public Health
a Nurses throuigfiout the State are plan.
imu in their districts a series of
l Baby Conferences for the summer
a months. Mother.4a are urged to bring
' all children under sN years of age to
r these conferences. Careful examina
lions are made by physicians andl. re
cords of the child's condition given to
the ,mother. Children who are not
nhvsfcally normal will he visited, or
their mothers wvill be asked to bring
them to the nurse at regular inter
"aIs. The first of these Conferences
in this County will be held at Gable,
at the church on next Tuesday, the
"ffeenith of Jfune. beginning at nine
o'cloc'k. This conference is for the
m"others and children of the Gable..
5ar'din ia district and all mothers with
mn Ihat district are urged to bring
th,'ir babies to the conference. If
vou r baby seems to be normal, bring
him and have him examined so that
you may have the satisfaction of'
know in r that hre is '"'rfectly well ; if
he is ailing, bring him to the con
f'erenc- and find out what is the mat
tot' with him.
.Mi'es Maryv Shore. County Nurse,
will he in charge of the conference.
She will have with her Miss Eidith
Wnton. District Supervisor, and will
' assist ed hv 't local commnitt ee and
the local physicians. Miss Shore asks
lat an invitation he extended to all
etors, nurses, mothers and the pub
enori' lv. thi'ouighout the County
to aitendl the conference.
in 't messaue to mothers the State
lea'd of' Iealth says: "In the Iast
analysis saving the babies must he
the work of the individual mother.
S a' your' own b~abv and thle babies
or the con-muinity will take' ('are of'
'mselves.'' So let us anr-in urge
that all mothers in the distriict bring
'heir children under six to the Gable
Sard(inia conference on thle 15th.
SAYS DRTY ,AW
WiId, RE E4NFORCED)
Washington, .June 8.-D-fecided imipe
tiis to enforcement of prohibtition lawvs
will he the immediate effect of the
Supreme Court decision declaring the
I'lihte'enth amendment to the Cons'
tti on andI the Prohibition Enforce
er of Internal Revenue Willtams de
clared tonight in a statementi.
The American people, Commissioner
Williams said, will demand observance
of the prohibition law as of all other
laws. He added that citizens wbo have
heretofore passively acquiesced in the
prohibition act, pending the court de
cision, "now may /be depended upon
to beconie active in cooperating with
the federal, State and municipal au
thorities in Its enforcement."
The commissioner expressed the be
lief that the method of issuing and
handling liquor permits, which now
is. being perfected, "will do away with
forced permits and illegal use of per
mits legally granted."
$500,000,000 FOR AMERICA
Paris, June 7.-The share of the
United States in the first twenty bil
lion marks gold of reparation bonds
which Germany is required to issue
under the Versailles treaty will be
about $500,000,000, it was stated here
This sum, it was explained, will be
for the first twenty months occupa
tion of the Rhineland by American
ELECTEI) CHIEF ENGINEER
Columbia, S. C., June 8.-Charles
-1. Morefield, formerly district en:
gineer for the federal bureau of
public roads in the South, was today
elected by the South Carolina Highway
Commission as chief engineer for the
highway department. The election of
a secretary was deferred. Approval
I of federal aid to the amount of $400,
000 for the construction of the Santee
river bridge connecting Berkley and
Williamsburg counties, was given.
Recommendation likewise was made
for $75,000 in federal aid for the Wat
eree river bridge.
AVIATION CADETS ARE
KILLED IN TEXAS
San Antonio, Texas. June 8.-Avia
tion Cadets Roy W. Ellington, of Me
l Crory, Ark., and Harold Bramley, of
Mildred, Mont.. were killed outright
at Kelley Field today when their air
plane went into a tail spin and fell
12.000 feet. bursting into flames when
it struck the earth. Both cadets came
here recently from March Field, Cal
RIOTS IN VIENNA OVER FOOD
Vienna, .Jvnq $-*eveP peraori woro
killed and a seoi-e wouided in the
fighting between the police force and
citizens yesterday during the demon- 7
stration over the high cost of livin
ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES
SCHOLARSIiIP AND ENTRANCE
The ex'amination for th "a'd 4.
vacant Scholarships in int?ro._
College and for the admissf8R
new students will be held at T
ICounty .Court House pn .IFriday, .td
2, at 9 a. m. Applicants must not be
less than sixteen years of age.
When2 Scholarships are vacant after
Ju 2 hy will be awarded to those
makin~g Ale highest average at this
examimation provided they meet
the conditions governing the award.
Applicants for Scholarships should
write to President Johnson before
the ,examination for Scholarship
Scholarships are worth $100 and
free tuition. The next session will
open September 15th, 1920. For
further information and catalogue,~
address Pres. D. H. Johnsion, RockT
Hill, S. C.
0 881S[I[D ADVETISING
FOR SALE--One 2 story brick store, p
known as the Truluck or T1roy store
in Summerton, S. C., for particulars
see Durant & Floyd, Manning, S.
C- 21-tf-c _
FRSAI,--linder TIwine. Thomas M
Live Stock Co.
WANTED-Three girls to act as ush
ers for Festival Week, good pay, ap- h
ply, mail only. Pastime Theatre. T
P'ORTO) RICO POTATO PLANTS-.m
From selected Government seed
stock as fine as ever growned. Ex
press 1000, $2.60, 2000, $4.75, 5000,
$11.25, 10,000, $20.00. Prepaid
parcel post 500, $1.75, 1000, $3.50.
Send for price list tomato and all
other plants. Parker Farms, Moul
trie, Ga. 22-4t-c.
BEST HIND)ER TWINE--W. P. Legg.
I HAVE FOR SALE two very fine
.Jersey milch cows, big, milkers, ci
gentle and extra nice milk. Can see si
them milked at my home. HI. HI. si
TOBACCO TWINE at Abrams, 69c lb.
FOR SALE---inder Twine. Thomas
Live Stock Co.
'PTHACCO TWINE at A brams, 69c lb.
EX P'ECTlED to arrive at once a car of a
130 barrels of the very finest lime nI
for building and disinfectant pur- y
poses. Price $2.90 per barrel. W. ,.
XwbwN ae 'H10VN
Reserved tickets on sale
'OACC6 TWINE at A>rams, d9c H
OR SALE-Binder Twine. Thomas
Live Stock Co.
ASOLINIC SYSTEM-Oft Tanks and
Pumps, Air Compressors, Comput
ing Scales, Show Cases, Account
Registers, Floor Scales, Rebuilt
Cash Registers, Safes, Store Fix
tures. The Hamilton Sales Co.,
Columbia, 8. C. No.5-tf.
09AtCCO TWINN at f, ttfam, 69e lb.
ii# eity ae assistanit IMk
ked~t, have experis(tiek,
can nks' peting inachiftoe
Referenin~ iiiShed, Not
afraid of *gtk. Address:
P. O. Box N4*&- 192, Manti
ing, S. C. it-pd.
)BACCO TWINE at ASMaih 69 lb.
)R RENT--A nice 7 romIig 9
on Sullivan Island, Statiot'2'' JetF
room and servant quarters. ,Abp
to H. M. Thomas, Station 27,' Sij
livan Island, S. C. ,23-if
,ACE YOUR ORDERS quick for A
Rod Heart Cedar Shingles while the'
prices is $9.00 and $10.00 per 1000.
W. P. Legg.
ILLEGE PREPARATORY SCHOOL
-a. E. C. Nettles Alabrook, Principal
Manning, South Carolina
F~ifteen standlard units high school
glish, French, Latin, mathematics,
itory, science andl penmanship.
orough preparation for any college.
Speial hour classes (luring the sum
r to review andl make tup back work.
ches, pains, nervousnens, diffi.
2lty in urinating, often mcta':
~riousi disorders. The worldt
andard remedy for kidney, liver.
adder and uric acid troubies
GOLD MEDAL l
es and Theatre box
lre'n $1. An
Co. line of Paints, Etans,.
ellacs, Fillers, Enamels,.
hes and, the famous Vals..
pped to compete with any
th materials for depend..
rad exterior painting. Let
it your Floors, Plastered
ture, Bathrooms, Picture
'as, Stables, Fences, Ma..
nt purposely made
We can tell you
SW j ose it.
~r, that the b~iautY aW11
sore a~ matter of "knabl
rtlon of "what's it 2,4-th
omT' may buy ten dlfAt)e
'gffn, paying another
ti, an~dI still never obtain
6lie-other hand, the man
gov a i90rfect job with
4p fretittently' effecting a -
S, Now get reat satisfac
ob, wh~ile tlii, otimr kind
do it right.. With
Manning Grocery C..
L4th. to 1
CECIL B. De MILLES
E and FEMA
loman Picture Ever
QBElIT LOUIS STEVENS(
"Elmo the F
.mon" "Mack S
now at convenient stor
3eason tickets-entire pro
) - - Chilo
including war tax
On the painting
With- ouir John Lucas &
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Lacquers, Bronzes and Brus
par Varnishes, we are equi
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