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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---Stouit. 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, I
MANNING. S. C.
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
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A LEGAL RECEIPT. Think how -
much easier and safer it is to PAY
ALL BILLS BY CHECK, where
the very payment itself is a receipt
for the money.
.No danger of paying twice for a
thing; no chance for a quarrel or
misunderstanding, and it's easier
to keep track of your expenditures
too, if you pay by check.
Open an account today in prepara
tion for the year.
The same courtesy and attention
given small depositors as to large
ones. We're here to serve the
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BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
EX-GOVERNOR 8A[PARD TO RUN
3 Will Make Race for Unexpired Term
3 of Late Sen. Nicholson.
Edgefield, Jan. 31.-Ex-Governor
3 John C. Sheppard has announced his
candidacy for the unexpired trrni of
the late State Senator B. E. Nichol
son. Others who were considering the
matter of making the race are J. H.
Cantelou, Esq., now master of the
county, P. B. Masyon, Esq., who once
was a member of the lower house "
from Edgefield, Hon. N. G. Evans, ,
I who was a Representative from this
county in the last Legislature, and
1 J. W. Cox, Esq., who made the race
for solicitor two years ago. Mr.
Sheppard was solicited to run by a
great many from every part of the
county, and since he has determined
to (1o so it is understood that the
1 other aspixtnts will withdraw in his
1 favor. Mr. Sheppard's brilliant public
career, first as a member of the
lower house, and its Speaker, then as
State Senator, Lieutenant Governor
I and Governor, is so well known that V
I it would be a waste of words to say
1 that when he takes his seat as Sen
ator the county will have a faith fur,
experienced and able representat've,
- and a most worthy successor to the
late gifted and beloved Senator Nich
I - 0
UKRAINE SEEKS ALLIANCE
Would Join France and Help Pay
Russia's Debt. -
1 Paris, Jan. 31.-(lavas).-The Uk- 5
rainian Government will refuse to 5
take part in the conference on the
Prince's Islands, according. to an in
terview given the Petit Journal by
M. Sedorenko, minister of internation
al communications in the new Uk
rainian Government. H
I M. Sedorenko has begun parleys
* with the French Government to ob
tain the admission of the Ukraine to
the peace conference. The only claim
which this country will put forward
. will be for recognition. If this is
I granted, according to the interview,
the Ukraine will propose an alliance
with France on the basis of the for
mer alliance with Russia and will U
take over part of the Russian (ebt,
- France taking payment in part in
WINTER OF ITi'TLE SNOW
1 Only Four-tenths of an Inch for New
New York, Jan. 31.-This winter
has thus far been the most nearly
snowless that New York has expe
rienced in a half century, weather bu
reau oflicials announced today. More
than seven-tenths of one inch of snow
has until now fallen each winter be
fore January 31. The only real snow
(lay New York has seen this winter
was the one when the America fleet
steamed in at quarantine, and then
only four-tenths of an inch descended,
and it soon melted.
b ANOTIIElR TR'IANSP'ORT' IN
Tlhe Siboney Brings 3,336 Oflicers and
Newv York, .Jan. 31.-The United
States army transp~ort Siboney ar
Srivedl here tonight from Hordeaux,
with 3l,33(; oflicers and troops, four
naval oflicers and five civilinans.
The troop~s consisted of the IForty
lth regiment, coast artillery; the
A00th a mmun ition t rain of the Eighty
fou rth ii Vsion, dest ined for C amip
STaylor, Ky.; Hattery C and I) of the
3311th field artillery, whliich will go to
SCamp Dodlge, low:, and headq~uarters
dletach ment of .Gw Thirtjjy-seventhb bri
rgadel coast arl illery.
Several K(illed in (lash.
Lima, Peru, Jan. 31.---Severail por
sons5 have been k illedl in a hattIle he
b tween government troops and strikers
at Laredcio, in Northera Peru.I
b Mr. F. Fl. Roysteri, President of the
SF. S. Royster Gunia om pa ny, says
that the part of his; mail which he
likes best consists of the letters from
farmers who wvrite him about the
actual use of h is goods, the result s
in the fields, crops grown etc. No
matter how nmany large p~roblemns of
business management may present
them 'elves, hge is more (deeply inter-J
estedl tha;n anything else in the actual
Luser of the goodls. I Ie believes that. '
this is the vital pait of the busi ness,
because if the consumer is satisfied,
success will follow of itself. In his
life-time expe'rience in the fert il izter
business he has proven this theory1
pretty conclusively, as the sale of the
LRIoyster brands has showna a growth
that is unprecedIentedl. Those who
wvould like to have the benefit of his
broad experience in soil fertility would
Ldo wvell to write him at Norfolk, Va.
PlIes Cured ii 6 to 14 Days
Dntggists refund money if PA7.0 OINTMENT fatIl
to curo Itching, Blind, ilet d ing or Protruding Piles..5
g ntnl rei tching Pesadyou cane
CLEANERS and DYERS
Of Wearing Apparel and Household Fdrnish.
ings of all Descriptions.
WE DYE AND. CLEAN ARMY CLOTHES
Parcel Post and Express Shipments Given
FOOTER'S DYE WORKS, Cumberland, Md.
I Valuable Lands
I have for sale at bargain prices the following lands
Belonging to Estate of
(1) Tract of 73 acres abo.'t 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 1-6 acres near Paxville rented the year
1918 by David Conyers.
1 (4) Tract of 142 acres near Paxville rente - the year 1917 by
Dewitt Stokes. This is known as part of the Beatsott land.
si(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."
(6) 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. Flemmin- 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.
- (8) One lot 100 150 feet in the Southern part of the Town
of Manning back of -here 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 lakeley place planted the year 1918 by Ned Hicks
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
ments with interest at seven per cent.
J. A. WEINBERG,
Manning, S. C.
GET BIG MONEY
Hides and Furs
I will pay Highest Prices on the
Market for all kinds of Hides and
Furs. Bring them to
Manning. S. C.
Most Nest Eggs
Never Do Hatch
hut a nest-egg in a bank, hatches.
A nest-egg of dollars hatches out many nickles and dimhes.
Get a Nest Egg
That Will Hatch
Set it to work hatching intreest.
That's one part of the business of this hank---paying interest on
your nest-egg---on time deposits.
The man with a savings account has an interest in life.
We invite you to let us help yo ucreate that interest.
BANK OF MANNING
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS