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Dresses, Suits, Coats
ATTRACTIVE NEW SPRING COATS $15.00
Made of Wool Velour and Poplin in a variety
of new shades and combinations Attract've new
styles belted and loose models, $15.00 and u:p.
NEW SPRING DRESSES
Stunning Styles. All the new and attractive
shades, materials, etc. Attractively priced from
$15.00 and up.
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' GINGHAM DRESSES
$3.50 AND UP
Pretty Plaid Gingham Dresses made in attrac
tive New Styles. A wonderful assortment of col
ors. Prices: $3.50, $4.00, $6.75, $7.50 and $9.00.
THE NEW SPRING SKIRTS
are very pretty and come in all the new materials.
Very newest styles. Attractive prices, $5.00 and
In stock now. You will be able to find what
you desire in yard goods in all the new materials
for the making of your Easter Outfit. New Silks,
Satins, Messalines, Foulards, Ginghams, Voiles,
Pongees, Ribbons, Laces, Etc., and all moderately
sue''I appreciate the interest of my
Eb M o ing Elmes. friends, but for certain reasons, I ce
sire to withdraw my name as candi
date for Alderman.
Publishes All Town Official Adver- J. W. WIDEMAN.
Mr. Lester Weinberg went to Co
lumbia yesterday to make application
MANNING, S. C., MARCH 20, 1918 for the Quartermaster department of
Miss Mabel Todd spent the week- A. J. Ard, Sumter's Sanitary
end with friends in Pinewood. Plumber, will be glad to talk over that
job of plumbing with you. Phone
Dr. Milton Weinberg of Sumter him.
spent Monday and Tuesday in town.
The wool shortage might be reliev
Capt. R. Boyd Cole of Camp Jack- ed somewhat by commandeering all
son spent Sunday in Manning. that the politicians are accustomed to
Mr. S. J. Smith spent last Sunday pull over the people's eyes.
in Dillon. Mr. A. M .Bowen of Lake City, is
spending several dlays with Mr. R. D.
Mr. A. Abrams visited Wilmington Cothran. Mr. Bowen will enter the
last week. aviation corpls in a short time.
lBe sur~e and register if you want toCapy$1.0erbgtno c
vote in the city election next month. pr10frmxdsrpio reo
Mrs. William Ehrich is the guest of lss
her sister, Mrs. Leon Weinberg.WENRG RORY
Mrs. Selina Levi iM in Manning for M.MxWrhuro imntn
a few days before moving to New N . pn odywt i en
Get an estimate from A. J1. Ard,
the Sanitary Plumber of Sumter, onl~ de fCalsowoi
any plumble*~ work you have. hiianoteLbrtLanCm
Miss Margaret Wilson has accepted D ~it a nMnigMna n
a Position in the office of the clerk of Tur.ay
Mr. C. A. McFaddin wvent to ptl utr r .C adr
Charleston to consult a specialist as poietpyiinadsren h
to his health. (((eielhdbe nbdhat o
What dloth it profit a man to plant
a garde n and lose it via his neighbor'sCotaorStthstrtdo
Mrs. .Johnson and children of Mari- h Bresprlet. hc a
on are'd visiting the family of Mr. E. L'.p
Mrs. ,James Dickson wvas taken to Cnpy$12 e ogtno ~
the Mc14eod hospital in Florencc yes- pr10frmxdsrpio reo
terdlay for an operation. vo.rignqucwhlpie
Somebody should suggest to the ballWENRG RORY
clubs that the exercise has made them -
fit subjects to shouler a musket. IfTewidbothtefamro
ncot that, then the swing of a ball club eh n h usrbroeh n h
im not so different from that of a hoe. Ioc n~ehta eaei edo
California Black Eye Peas W a i o n
Baby Lima Beans Yu o naShosBo.o
California Navy Beans Incs$65 o$75.Eeysi
Buy a quart of .eh.JSEhMCHNLR
B. B. BREED)IN'S
Pure Food GroceryWehvonyafw f
Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted ~A C ~RORC..
J. E. ARANT, PH.f G. letSordrnw
L _ ANNNGd. . Bren Fon Grckwer c
, Skirts and Waists
HUNDREDS OF NEW SPRING WAISTS
in Georgette, Crepe de Chine, Voiles, etc.,
$1.00 to $5.00. Fern Deal Pac Waist, white and
colors, $1.00. This is one of the greatest shirt
waist values on earth. Fernmore Waist, made of
better material and a little more attractive in
style. Moderate prices. Each, $2.00. Crepe de
Chine Waist in variety of new Spring shades and
styles, '$3.50. Georgette Waists, all the newest
shades and styles at $4.95 and $5.50 each.
ATTRACTIVE NEW SPRING STYLES IN EAS
You will want a pair of the new Spring Ox
fords or Pumps. Don't leave this off to the last
minute to buy. Come in now while it's easy to get
your size and style you like. We are showing all
the new lasts and leathers. Attractive prices.
$3.50 -and up.
NEW SPRING STYLES FOR MEN
We take care of the Men Folks, too, in our Big
Store. For Young Men, Conservative Men and
Old Men, we are showing the new Spring Styles
in silk shirts, crepe shirts and madras shirts in a
large variety of new color combinations. Hosiery
and underwear, ties, collars and furnishings of
all kinds. New hats, caps and low shoes. We have
just the style and kind for you. Attractive prices.
Call and get yours.
INBE RG CO,
Eat Irish Potatoes!
And Save the Precious Wheat.
FANCY SMOOTH EATING POTATOES
STANDARD PECK OF 15 LBS. 59c
This tremendous bargain is due to tempo
rary overstocks through delayed arrivals
caused by embargoes and freight congestion.
THE POTATOES ARE PERFECT
Special prices per~ bag or bushel . Lay in a
sup~ply and eat them freely. They're both
wholesome and cheap.
FINEST SEED POTATOES AT THE
ABOVE PRICES ALSO
'I he Ilanning Grocery Co.
Wc publish in another column aFod-ngrmol vthf
cardl from Mr. W. J1. Widcman, with- Sm a ehdti fie
drawving his name from the ticket
nominating him as Alderman in the Temmeso h'lclbrg
coming town election. Mr. Wide man enoalfihryorJugSe
will in all probability be a candlidatea IoeLk Mndy ig.
for the office of .Judge of Probate
next summer. Therefore he thinks
it b)est to refrain from town politics. Weh'es urd he a ny
Uncle Sam needls lumber-we need sams mosil ogtcr
laborers, who are willing to do0 theirfrih ewllgv tetip oa
bit towardls winning the war. We havprhsreh ildrv hi
one of the nicest lumber towns in bakftheit ic.Eey
country. Come anid se us.w herlailt fth uc.
BLACK RIVER CYPRESS CO., n ftevrybs aso
Gable, S. C. mre.Cm n e s
Someone exchanged umbrellas with
me in the postoff ice Monday morning.lithaarmoehntw yo
The one I got has the letter E cut inbckadjutafwThrisn
the knob of the handle. Whoever this
belongs to, kindly bring mine backcuetsa:"dinokowh
and get this one.I wd"fo h ablaw
F. M. CLEMENTIS. sos o v ilsrentc
'[he TIhomas Live Stock Co. of Man- pbihternmB hs~ilt
ning, have applied to the secretary of dutdyb maasnbti
state for a charter. 'The incorporat- js oe leuadw U
ors are Messrs. F. C. Thomas and hv t
Horace M. Thomas. They will (do a
general business in live stock and
farm implements, andl will hold forthlhoeN.2 '
at the bIg brick stabels of Mr. !. C. ecnfl or atrodr
Thomas. The new corp~oration is cap.. rsm b eur al.Rn
italized at $40,000. tdy
Mr. and Mrs. David Silverman of MnsadBy'Otitr
Kingstree motoredl over Monday and
spent the (lay wvith relatives, Mr. and Sme,5
Mrs. S. Katzoff and Mr. and Mrs.
A Big SpecialPOTTA IE
RAW BONELESS HAM SRDE HA
sliced 35c LB. sliced GAENT
B. B. BREEDIN'SB..BRE NS
Pure FodaGroerynPe Fod thisofcery
Men and Women to work in Lumber
Yard, Lumber Sheds and Planing Mill,
at Alcolu, S. C.
Also Men for Skidders, Teams and
Track-building, at our Logging Camps,
in Florence county, about five miles
north of Olanta, S. C.
Pay Off in CASH
D. W. ALDERMAN & SONS CO.,
ALCOLU, S. C.
How About SUMMING UP THE EVIDENCE
That Extra Special Whole-'
ThatExta Secil WoleMany Manning People Have Been]
Bean Roasted Coffee Called As Witnesses
18c LB. Week after week has been published
B. B. BREEDIN'S the testimony of Manning people
Pure Food Grocery people who have endured many fornirj
of kid ney, bladder or urinary disor
(lers. These witnesses have used
Died last Friday at his home about thei
ten miles east of Manning, Mr. J. H. sanir enthusiastic approval. It's the
Johnson, an aged citizen of our coun- se everywhere. 50,000 American
ty. The, deceased was ill only a few and women are publicly recoi
hours. He was a good man, a confl mending Doan's-d-lways in the hods
erate veteran and a highly respected papers. Isn't it a vonderful, convine
citizen. mg mass of proof? If you are a suf
ferer your verdict m'ust 'be "Try
Miss Fannie Weaver will give a Here's one more Manning case.
demonstration at The Pastime Thea- W. N. Hill, says: "About two year
tre on next Tuesday night of Ladies ago I was troubled with my kidney
Ready-to-Wear and Mllinery. Miss There were pains across the small
Weaver will give a talk on this sub- of my back and it felt as if someone,
ject and will explain the way the dif- were sticking a knife into me. My
ferent garments should be worn, the nerves were all unstrung and often
colors, styles, etc. As this will be a times I had dizzy spells. I felt as ifs
new thing in Maniiing no doubt there I wanted to sleep all the time. ,
will be a large attendance of the fair friend recommended Doan's Kdno
sex present. Pills so I bought some at Dickson's
Drug Store. Doan's Kidney Pills en
When You Look Down tirely cured me of the trouble and I
haven't been bothered since."
At your foot think of Easter Ox- Price 60c, at all dealers. Don'
fords. Think of high-class Clapp and simply ask for akidneyremedyge
Barry Shoes. Prices $6.50 to $1,.00. oan's Kidney Pills-the same that
None better. Mr. Hill had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
JOSEPH M. CHANDLER, Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Sumter, S. C -
The home of Mr. Wilson Dickson
came near b-.ing destroyed by fire
yesterday morning about three o'clock. Boks eistrain or the
Mr. Dickson awoke about this hour of Manning, S . r now oa
and finding his house full of smoke, toc S. Marow oer
made an investigation, and after sev- the Bank of Main Will ov
eral minutes, discovered the fire in a man o u nti ay of rh
closet. It is thought that a rat ignit- 1 u1o
ed a match in a coat pocket which was
hanging in thet closet, as the coat wasmuipleecontbehdonhe'
totally burned up. However, there 8hca fArl 08
was no other dlamage.Thlareursprostr-eg
TWO DA Y CAMPAIGN itrfrti lcin
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on today anopteorroovhavtwonclyrT. F.nCoforny
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ings todayowere elddatySumlerto atl5haJe Siitn
10:30 a. m.hanr enPaxvilaetat 4pppro.aMorrissNess
The meetingstomorrowrwwlhbeeheldH.C. Mmeeicey
at ewZin a 1:3 a.m.an ea drG.L Dicksn.epbil eo.
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