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Came in Monday!
Solid Car of the Very Finest
Horses D Mules!
Ever Brought to Manning.
They're all good ones---Stout. Heavy fellows, Medium
Weights---In fact, any kind you want. We have the right
Prices and Terms on them and it is to your interest to
buy now. Come in and let's talk it over. Don't forget
our Big Stock of
Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Etc.
Coffey & Rigby,
MANNING. S. C.
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
CENTS AND SENSE
There is a difference between cents
It is possible for a man to possess cents
without sense, but it is impossible for
a man with sense not to possess cents.
The sensible man is the . one who
saves, no matter how small his earn
ings may be. Consequently he is at
at all times indepenaent and able to
grasp business opportunities that his
less thrifty friend cannot manage to
cope with because he has not prac
ticed the paramount habit of SAVING
We extend every courtesy to our customers and are
always willing to oblige them to the best of our
We assure our depositors a safe current for their
money intrusted to us and we take a personal in
terest in the dividends their money will inherit.
HOME BANK & TRUST CO.
J$UY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
HUNS 'MAY NOW USE PHONES
Americans Grant Further Facilities
for Conducting Biusiness.
With the American Army of Occu
pation, Jan. 13.-Further facilities
for the conduct of ordinary business
were given to the inhabitants of the
Rhineland when five trunk telephone
lines were opened between Coblenz
and the interior of Germany. Com
munication across the line, both by
telegraph and mail had been per
mitted under the strictest censorship
by the Americans, but telegraphic
communication was limited to one -
Permission to use the telerhone will
be limited to business conversations.
It was given with the understanding
that American oflicials would be
"listening in" with instructions to
break communication at the slightest
indication of improper use of the
lines. The arrangement makes pos
sible easy communication with Ber
In offering to the public privileges
of communication, the A mericans are
acting in accordance with their policy
of, as far as possible, not interferincr
with ordinary affairs of the people.
Neither the press nor the public is
displayimg a tendency to take advant
age of the comparatively loose rein by
which they are held. Political meet
ings are being held daily, but they
have not been of a character to arouse
DEFENDERS OF THE RANGES
Persistent Warfare Waged Against
"Skilled hunters in the employ of
Uncle Saw are waging persistent
warfare against the predatory ani
mals that prey on shreep and crttle
in the Western States. Their effort:.
are encouraging stockmen to increase
live stock prodluction on the federal __
forest reserves, as well as in the range
country, and they are now protecting
the sources of war supplies of meat,
leather and wool in the Western graz
"ranters of the biological survey
of the United States Department of
Agriculture have killed 70,713 preda
tory animals during the last three
years, which has resuited in a dire't
saving estimated at nearly $5,500,000
a year to the stockmen of the Rocky
Mountain section. The total kill
since the fall of 1915; waen the work
was started, includes 60,473 covotes,
8.09.1 bobcats, 1.829 wolves, 201 moun-i
tam lions and[ 137 bears.
"Ordinarily the United States bio
logical survey has from 250 to 350
nrofessional hunters permanently in %
its employ. The area wherein preda
tory animals control is practiced in
cludes ten districts: Montana, Idaho,
Washington and Oregon. Nevada and
California, Utah, Wyoming and South
Dakota, Colorado, Arizona, New Mex
ico and Texas.
"During the last twelve months 26.
226 coyotes, 3,158 bobcats, 849 wolves,
85 mountain lions and 41 stock-kill
ing bears have been disnosed of. !at
an annual saving or probably $2,400,
000 in domestic stock."
NO CORN AND RICE EMIIARGO
War Trade Board Removes Restric
tions on Importations.
Washington, Jan. 9.-All restrie
tions on the importation of corn and
rice were removed today by the War
At the same time the board an
nounced it wou. , consider favorably
applications for the export of rice and
for licenses for the shipment of jute
and jute products, except yarns and
nitrate bags, to all destinations.
Argentina is the chief country af
fected by the removal of the embargo
onpmiottaroins of corn. Large stores
of corn are held there for export, it
waus saidl, and this corn may now~ be
sent to the United States, and alIso
probably to the Allied countries, since
most embiargoes place(; by the War
Trade Hoard were in accordance wvith
the inter-Allied agreement.
ATITEMPT 'TO ASSASSIN ATE
(Czechio-Slovakr Premier Evidently No
Basel, Switzerland, Jarn. 13.--An at
tempt has been nade at Prague to
assassinate Dr. Karl Kramarz, the
Czecho-Slovak preie ir. Eight re
volver shots were fired at h im, none
of which, however, took effee . -
The QuInine That Doos Not Affect the Head
Because of its tonic and lnxative effect, L.AXA.
TIVE BROMO QJUININE: is better thanr ordinary
Quinine and does not cnnse inervousness nor
rhiaging in head. Reember the fruit nante annd
look for the sirnature nf ). w. GROVEt. 30c.
CLEANERS and DYERS
Of Wearing Apparel and Household Furnish
ings of all Descriptions.
WE DYE AND CLEAN ARMY CLOTHES
Parcel Post and Express Shipments Given
FOOTER'S DYE WORKS, Cumberland, Md.
I have for sale at bargain prices the following lands
Belonging to Estate of
(1) Tract of 73 acres about 12 miles South of Manning
known as the Ben Waiters place. This is the same land rented
by Isaac Clark for the year 1918.
(2) Tracts of 24 and 25%: (total 49') acres, located near
Jordan, the same being the Carter Davis and Agnes Cantey por
tions of the Cyrus Davis estate.
(3) Tract of 50 and 1-0 acres near Paxville rented the year
1918 by David Conyers.
(4) Tract of 142 acres near Paxville rente the year 1917 by
Dewitt Stokes. This is known as part of the Beatson land.
(5) Tract of 208 acres, more or less, in Sammy Swamp Town
ship rented the year 1918 by W. F. and 11. B. Ridgeway, same
being known as the "old Cochran place."
(0) Tract of 110 acres about 8 miles East of Manning rented
the year 1918 by Charles and Robert Flemming. Same is known
as the R. S. Flemming place.
(7) Tract of 340 acres made up of 3 tracts of 150, of 86
and of 104 acres about 7 miles East of Manning and rented the
year 1918 by John Mack and Ben Whack.
o M nie bO I OCXI J > eL In the outiern part of the Town
of Manning hack of where Mr. .Joseph Sprott lives, same being
one of the lots sold several years ago by Mr. A. L. Lesesne.
(9) Tract of 715 acres about 8 miles Northeast of Manning
known as the Blakeley place plaited the year 1918 by Ned Hlicks
and John Abraham.
No prospective purchaser need hold back by not being able
to pay all cash. Long time will be given on any deferred pay
nients with interest at seven per cent.
J. A. WEINBERG,
CManning, S. C.
GEiT BIG MOHNEY
Hides and Furs
I will pay Highest Prices on the
Market for all kinds of Hides and
Furs. Bring them to
Manning. S. C.
Nothing but the very best materials go into
our prescriptions, and they are compounded just
the way your physician says.
RUBBER GOODS and
and a full and complete line of
A MODERN SODA FOUNTAIN
We keep a Full Line of
CIGARS, TOBACCOS and CANDIES.
BROWN'S DRUG STORE,
Below Bank of Manning. Manning, S. C.
BUY WAR SAVING STArMPs