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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
A Check is a
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
HOME BANK & TRUST CO,
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
PETROLUM AND VICTORY
Gasoline Played Important Role in
Washington, Feb. 9.-Sixty days be
fore the armistice was signed and
when the situation on the western
front had reached a critical stage,
Marshal Foch cabled the fuel admin
"If you don't keep up your petro-'
eum situation, we shall lose the
This and other messages from Al
ied leaders were made public tonight
by the fuel administration to show
'how deliveries of American gasoline
in quantities on the western front
clone prevented alterations in the
plan of campaign which forced the
central Powers to an armistice."
Another message received October 1
said in part:
"Senator Berenger writes, 'highest
:onimand informs him that position
ias become so serious that change in
military operations will have to be L
:ontemplated unless increased deliv
tries of gasoline at front are made
Obesrvance by the American people 9
f the "gasolineless Sunday" which
request fuel administration officials
;aid today enabled Senator Berenger L
o declare "petroleum will have played
its great a part in the victory as
blood itself and will have proved the
life blood of victory.
BELGIUM ASKS FOR LOAN
Wants .100 Locomotives and 2,000
Washington, Feb. 10.-The Belgian H
Government has asked the United
states to lend it 400 locomotives and
2,000 passenger cars in addition to re
turning all of the 359 locomotives
which were placed at the disposal ofH
the American expeditionary forces.
1'he request was received at the State
Department today through the Amer
can legation at Brussels.
Poultry Studies Wide in Scope. H
In its efforts to encourage the broad y
levelopment of poultry raising in the
United States, the Bureau of Animal
Industry of the United States Depart
ment of Agriculture is conducting in
vestigations to establish the best
methods of, raising many varieties of
fowls. The present scope of the work
includes not only the feeding, breed
ing, and care of ordinary poultry, but
also the raising of pigeons, squabs,
guineas, turkeys, and many other
birds, including ostriches. The flesh
)f squabs, turkeys, guineas, geese, and
lucks makes a pleasing variety in the
liet, and with wild fowls now becom
ing less available, it is important that
sufficient number of domestic birds
be raised to keel) the market con
stantly supplied The problem now is
:hiefly one of farm production, which
requires expert knowledge if adequate
supplies are to be continued.
FOR FEDERAL BUILDINGS
[)0minick Introduces Bills for Erection
of New Postoflices.
Washington, Feb. 8.-Congressman
Li. H. Dominick todIay introduced bills
suthorizing the sale to the highest
bidder of the postoflice and federal
building at Anderson and Greenwvood
in this district, and the purchase of
new sites and construction of new
>uildings for the same p)urpose at each
plact at a cost not to exceed $250,000
in each instance. At the same time
M'r. Dominick introduced bills author
izing the purchase of sites and erec
tion of p~ostoflice buildings at a cost
not to exceed $50,000 in each case at
Pickens, Belton, Pelzer and Williams
RIUY NO 'EICTIL IZERS
Union, Feb. 9.-Not a fertilizer
dealer in U nion expec'ts to buy any
more fertilizer this season because
the farmers have. decided not to buy
fertilizer of any kind uintil the price
rf cotton goes up to thirty-five cents
This information wvas gotten from
a well-known business iman of this
city, who investigated the situation.
He finds that the farmers throughout
the entire county are dleterm inedl to
hold their cotton with n death-like
grip until it reaches around thirty
five cents as on account (of the high
cost of producing the crop (luring the
war they feel they must have thirty
five cents in ordler to miake even a
Ducklings wvhich are to be kept for
breeding should have the wveb of their ~
feet punched, using a dIifferent num
b~er of punch marks for each year so
that their age can readily be dl(ter
Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days
to cure Itching, Dlnd, Bieeding or Protruding Piles.
Instantly relieves Itching Pies end you cnn get *
restful sleep after the first annllenttnn. Price tN .
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.
FOR S .*E!
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 4M%) acres, located near
Jordan, the same being the Carter Davis and Agnes Cantey por
tions of the Cyrus Davis estate.
1 (3) Tiact of 50 and 1-0 acres near Paxville rented the year
l1918 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. Samo 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.
(8) One lot 100x150 feet in the Southern part of the Town
of Manning back 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 rilakeley place planted the year 1918 by Ned hicks
and1( .John Abraham.
No prospective purchaser need hold batck 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,
g anning, S. C.
GET BIG NOMY
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
Rut a nest-egg in a bank, hatches.
A nest-egg of dollars hatches out. many nickles and dimes.
Get a Nest Egg
That Will Hatch
Set it to work hatching intreest.
That's one part of the business of this bank-paying interest on
your nest-egg-on time deposits.
'Chie 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