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Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1919
Ladies' Gause Lisle Hose, 19c pair.
The 5-10-25c Store.
Mrs. Oliver O'Bryan, who has been
critically ill, is much better.
M1'Ir. S. Katzoff motored over to
For Sale-Nice Jersey cow, third
calf, very gentle. Jos. S. Dickson.
Mrs. A. Abrams and children have
returned after a visit to Wilmington.
Mr. Dudley Plyler of Camp Jack
son was a guest here Sunday.
Nippon China Cups and Saucers,
$1.50 set. The 5-10-25c Store.
Mrs. Fannie Sauls is visiting her
sister, Mrs. J. H. Hawkins, in Harts
Mrs. I. I. Appelt and children are
visiting the home of Mrs. J. W.
Odiorne in Williston.
While it lasts-$1.50 boxes of Can
(lies at 89c. It's the famous Liggett
Candies. Dickson's Drug Store.
Corporal Lester Weinberg received
his discharge, from the army last
week, and has returned to Manning.
Mr. and Mrs. George Davis are
guests at the home of Mrs. T. M.
Woods Garden Seeds. Complete
line at The 5-1025c Store.
Miss Moore who has been a guest
here has returned to her home in Pine
Read big values. Weinberg Co.'s
Special Sale Waist Monday. March
3rd. Advertisement in this issue.
Mrs. Ralph Newton and little son
are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
S. J. Bowm'an.
Beautiful lot Children's Dresses.
Prices 50c to $2.50 each. The 5-10-25c
Farmers' Cotton Warehouse No.
206 in State System has a little space
left for storeing. For particulars see
W. D. Epperson, Sole Owner and Man
ager, Pinewood, S. C.
Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted
J. E. ARANT, PH. G.
M ANNING, S. C.
In H. D. DuB
a are showing
i Plain colors,
Special Sale Waist Monday, March
3rd. Weinberg Co.
The County Pension Board will hold ]
its final meeting on Monday, March
Use Lime and Sulphur for spraying
your fruit trees. We have a bi- sup
ply on hand. Dickson's Drug Store.
Miss Pauline Grumble after spend- t
ing several days with her brother in
Richmond, has returned home.
Mr. Wearn here March 7th and 8th
showing Globe Tailoring Co.'s full
length Drapes. Come in have your
Spring Suit made. Weinberg Co.
For Sale-Grant Six. Has been
run less than 100 miles. Cary Smith,
Remember farmers, next Friday is
set aside as "Pledge Dedemption 4
Mr. E. C. Horton, who has been i
confined to his room for about a week, 1
is out again.
Preserve your eggs with Liquid
Glass. 40c a quart. Dickson's Drug
Frost-proof Cabbage Plants two
and three times each week. 30c per
100. The 5-10-25c Store.
Milk Cows for Sale-Fresh and for
ward springers. E. M. McElveen,
Durant, S. C.--2t-p.
Miss Weaver is planning to put on
a unique Fashion Show at the picture
show next week.
Special Sale Waist Monday, March
3rd. Waist now on display in our
big window. Weinberg Co.
W. ). Epperson of Pinewood was
in town Monday and gave us a full
sheet ad. for the cotton firm.
Just arrived-Car of No. one Tim
othy Hay. Dickson Grocery and
Mxr. Cary Smith has sold The Pas
time moving picture show to Mr. T.
E. Barnes who wvill assume manage
ment the first of March.
Farm Right-Conme in andl let us
dlemonstrate the dlifferent kinds of
Farm Machinery to you. We have
the best made andl at the right prices.
The Thomas Live Stock Co.
Genuine Sal) Maple Syrup
Aunt Jemima'S Pan-Cake
Flour hellp to make the
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery
I have selected il
most critical taste
just what the ladi
bought with that
Also, a nice
oils, in all co
for Buster Brou
California Soft Shell Wal
iuts, Large Washed Brazil
nuts, S. C. Pecans. E
3. B. BREEDIN'SI
Pure Food Grocery I
I have recently placed an order for
wo cars of fine Timothy hay and a
>ig shipment of Peanut Meal, Syrup
eed and White Feed Oats, which is
xpected to arrive soon. Having
,ought this stuff on the drop of the
narket so down comes the price.
W. P. LEGG.
Mr. Charlie S. Johnson and Miss
klartha K. Harrington were married
Sunday, February 16, 1919, at the
Ilethodist parsonage in Manning.
Arrived recently a large shipment
>f very fine shingles and on account t
>f having placed an order for such a
arge shipment at one time enables
ne to make a much closer price than
ieretofore, and I believe my custom
rs will do well by placing their or
lers quick while this stock lasts.
W. P. LEGG.
Mr. J. K. Breedin left last Thurs
lay for New York, preparatory to go
ng to France to enter the Y. M. C. A. t
Opening Olsplay March 7th and 8th, i
3lobe Tailoring Co., Mr. Wearn in I
tharge. Weinberg Co.
There are thirteen million acres of
ertile Land (or two-thirds of Sout
Darolina's total acreage) not cultivat
ld. Let Pegram Bros. Co., Inc., Box
176, Winston-Salem, N. C., Auction
Sales People, sub-divide and sell these
Farms. Wire or write them.-4t-c.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I have bought out the Farmers
Supply Co., of Pinewood, S. C., and
3m the sole owner of same- and the
:harter has been revoked.
E. C. Geddings.
'OLLEGE PREPARATORY CLASS
Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook. Teacher
Manning, S. C.
For Boys and Girls
Fourteen units, English, French,
Latin, algebra, geometry, history
andl science. Prepares for any college.
Business arithmetic, spelling and
writing carefully taught.
Clemson, the Citadel, and the Uni
versity of South Carolina offer free
scholarships t~o be won by cornpetitive
examinations. Each scholarship al
Fancy Evaporated Apples
Fancy Seeded Raisins.
Can be had at
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery
ais Season a Line of S
where. Every Hat he
can be suited. Mari
es of Manning and (
end in view.
A N NI.
in Stripe, Pla
, Silk-Stripe i
iand look th
Two plug mules, one good family
horse and farm brood sows for sale
cheap. Apply to J. D.. Alsbrook,
Manning, S. C.-it-c.
Mr. Cotton Seller bring your short
staple cotton to Pinewood and secure
over -the top prices. I do business
with the largest cotton factors in the
world and we can pay the best prices
on all grades at any time. If you
never have sold on this market, give
it a trial. WV. D. Epperson, Buyer,
Pinewood, S. C.-it-c.
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* MAIL THIS Ci
* Distributor for Sumter
* Please send without obligi
on Dayton Airless Tires as
* -For Ford pleasure cars.
-For light delivery cars.
-Proposition to dlealers.
* Name ..-.... -
* County ....-..
Hats that will be
its own and the
e has taught us
st and we have
Line of Silks
line of Plain
lors. Come it
m and Douglas
Ask Mr. Heriot, R. F. D.
,arrier on Route No. 1
Lbout Dayton Airless Tires.
or sale in Pinewood by
armers' Supply Co., in
danning by B. B. Breedin.
ows free tuition and $100 cash.
Vinthrop has no scholarship available
Special hour-class from 4 p. m. to
p. m. Hour to suit pupil.
A meeting of the stockholders of
r'he Manning Grocery Company of
tanning, S. C., will be held in the
ffice of the Company Saturday,
iarch 15th, 1919, at noon to vote on
he recommendation of the board of
lirectors to inci ease the capital stock
>f the said Company to $25,000.
C. R. Breedin,
J. K. Breedin,
Notice is hereby given that the
stock Certificate Number 35 issued
o C. H. Huggins on the 1st day of
ebruary, A. D. 1917, for five shares
)f Capital Stock of Clarendon Build
ng & Loan Company, Second, has
)een lost or destroyed, and that ap
)lication will be made for a new Cer
ifieate on Thursday, the 3rd day of
-6t. S. L. Huggins.
Alcolu,'S. C., Feb. 21, 1919.
There will be a meeting of the
;tockholders of the Black River
Brokerage Co. in the office of P. R.
Alderman, Alcolu, S. C., March 28th,
1919, 10:00 a. m. to dissolve the said
Black River Brokerage Co.
Black River Brokerage Co.,
Alcolu, S. C.
Notice is hereby given that, in p~ur
tuance of a commission issuedl to the
undlersignedl Board of Corporator~s of
the Fairlawvn Development Company,
i proposedl corporation to dleal in the
purchase, development, andl sale of
land, wvith a capital stock of $32,000
livided into 32 shares of $1,000 each,
with its principal place of business
at Summerton, S. C., books of suh
scription to the said corporation will
be opened in the office of The Bank of
Santee, Sunmmerton, S. C., on the 28th
day of February, 1919.
R. B. Belser,
RI. HI. Belser,
A. E. Brock,
Board of Corporators.
Pies Cured In 6 to 14 idays
Druglts refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails
tcurne tc hing Blnd BIdn or Protzding Piles.
restful sleep after the first application. Price6~c
hapes and Trimmed
Ls an individuality all
iy years of experienc
larendon like the be
I would be glad if my customers
would take special notice of this, that
I order in car loada, hay, grain, brick,
shingles, lime, etc., and if, whenever
they wish to buy a good quantity of
any of these and will take same de
livered at cars, I can make brick at
a price of $1.50 less per 1,000 and any
other stuff at $1.20 per ton less than
when delivery is made up town. I
will give notice upon arrival of cars
so all may place their orders with
me and will save them good money.
W. P. LEGG.
e or Blow Out- I
kYTON AIRLESS TIRES in the
6 years have been used by thou- "
s of owners of light passenger
delivery cars in all parts of the U
ized world, and have conclusively M
t-They can't puncture nor blow
cd-They ride as smoothly as U
d-They give much longer wear
the average pneumatic.
h-They absolutely will not in
iey have been indorsed by 50,000
sore satisfied users including the
George Westinghouse and Ed
I Grey, formerly Chief Engineer
be Ford Motor Company.
ers of live, elastic rubber built
it one inch apart inside the cas
and vulcanized or welded to it
the place of an inner tube.
othing can happen but wear.
'e have standardized on 30x3 and
12 and the price is right.
e sell direct where we have no
3. B. Breedin, .
Manning, S. C.M
and Clarendon Counties.
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ition booklet and information
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