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? One Blue Georgette
* Beading, size 40, .value
M Sale Price .........
One Black Messaline
N gette and Fringe, size 1
N is a bargain at $45.00, S
N One Grey Georgette
m valued at $27.50, Sale I
N A limited number of
ors and sizes valued I
r easily worth more, yoi
* Sale Price-.- .... -
UN ______. ____
the 'Manning 01imes.
Published Every Wednesday
Manning, S. C., July 23, 1919
Miss Richards of Liberty Hill is the
guest of Mrs. B. B. Breedin.
Tohacco is selling high in Mann
ing-the best market in the State.
Mr. IH. H. Bradham spent Sunday
with his -family on Sullivan's Island.
Mrs. Aaron Abrams and children
left yesterday for Wilmington, N. C.
Mrs. i. D. Clark is visiting rela
tives in Orangeburg.
See "The Greatest T.-ing in Life"
at The Pastime Friday night.
It is a great production.
We regret to learn that. Mr. Hay
nesworth is in the hospital in Co
Mrs. Ben Ness spent the week-end
in Dillon, the guest of relatives.
Mrs. Morris Ness and sister, Miss
Levy left Monday for the Isle of
Mrs. Charles Verner of Columbia
is visiting her mother, Mrs. G. H.
When a fellow brigs of having a
mind of his own, it is generally done
in the absence of his wife.
Soldier Austin Smith has received
his discharge from the army, and is
at home in Manning.
The friends of Mr. S. J. Bowman
will be saddened to learn that he is
critically ill at his home in Manning.
J. A. Weinberg, Esq., has returned
home after spending -everal weeks
at Battle Creek, Mich.
Harry Curt is, Esq., has resumed his
law practice' in Mann;ng with offices
over Leon Weinberg's.
Eyen Examined Glasses Fitted
J. E. ARANT, PH. G.
MANNING, S. C.
Tlhree soldiers eronc!
Itrenchl--4-old. we (ary,
they' sniffed, smiled
"Cafe," fronm the P~c
the Tommy; and froi
Coffee is the Iighting man's
right manfully. In the cam p. o
hut and hospital, whereve-r men
died,--there was coffe
Ev'er ar.d always the cry wmc
and comfort, anel courage. It is
The tired man calls for it. Ex:h:
the lesson of this war,---who sh:u
Be thankful for coffee--fori
the real dlown-right goodness ofi
you would miss one-half so much
dleprived of it!
Indeed-coffee is one of the
that Nature has given to men.
it. L.et us glory in the charm al
us toast oar friends in it.-"Hfere
Chase and Sanborn's Coffee
for sale exclusively by,
Crepe Dress Trimmed with
$45.00 - $27.50
Dress Trimmed with Geor
6, this dress $25.00
Dress, size 38 $14.98
'rice _ ____
Taffeta Dresses in all col
rom $14.00 to $20.00 and
Ir choice $11.98
FOR SALE--Frying size chickens,
75c each, Mrs. J. S. Davis. It pd.
FOR SALE-One Grant Six automo
bile in perfect condition. Apply at
D. M. Bradham & Son.
LIME AND SULPHUR and Arsenate
of Lead will kill red spider in your
cotton. Get them at Dickson's Drug
ONE NEW Ford touring car for sale.
W. Wells, Jordan, S. C. It. c
LOST-A bunch of keys. Finder will
same at the Dixie Electric Co.
JUST UNLOADED a car of 15000 of
of the very best brick. W. P. Legg.
HAVE YOUR Auto Tubes, Vulcaniz
ed. All work guaranteed. Prices
reasonable. W. J. Young Motor Co.
KEEP YOUR TOBACCO in good dry
shape and let Cothran sell it for i
you he will pull it.to the top notch.
FOR SALE-cement, rubber roof
ing, cedar shingles. W. P. Legg.
SELL your, tobacco to Cothran the
man that has always stood by you
in years gone by.
COTHTRAN is a judge of good tobacco
and can not be downed on the values
of high classed grades-bring him
your good tobacco.
JUST ARRIVED a large supply of
Ford Specialties. Champion X
plugs GOc, Ford front springs $3.00,
Spot Lights $4.00 at W. J. Young
READ COTHRAN'S WRITE UP on
nitoriil page in this issue. Take his
advice and save money. Cothran
knows the tobacco business and
how to advise you.
D)ISINFECT your premises auick
with good strong lime, and keep
down fever (luring and after this
rainy weather. A car of 130 barrels
of Anebor Brand Lime just arrived.
WV. P. Legg.
SELL YOUR TOBACCO with Coth
ran *andl have your interest protect
Hr by a man that has sold1 South
Carolina tobacco for twenty years,
indI is a1 good judlge of gradle and
itd in~ the~I nont line
md( said in unison
ilu; "(aw fee," from
n Ihe Yank-"Coffee!"
drink. It dlid its bit, in the war
ai the marich, at thne front, in the
oughlit a nd bled1 and suffe-red and
coffee! Because it gives cheer
soothing, tiuietinog, sustaining.
tmated natunre ;ads for it. After
I say t hat coffeec &s not helpful
he dlelight of it, the benefit of it,
.There is nothing in the world
as coffee,-if you were sudd~enly
truest andI "realest" of friends
Let us rejoice in it, and revel in
d flavor andI piquancy of it. Let
s to your health and happiness!"
the Universal Brand, and blend
On the Opening Day (w4
the roof of the Abrams' De
P. M. with our check for
drawn on the Home Bank
go up each day of the enti
certificate of value attach(
I WISH TO SEE and arrange with a
few parties about supplying my
home with eggs, vegetables i4nd
other things they may have to sell
for the table. W. P. Legg.
COTHRAN KNOWS how to auction
eer and get the boys the price on
every load of tobacco placed with
him for sale.
FOR SALE-Exceptionally nice farm
of 100 acres well located seven miles
of Manning. New '.ve room dwell
ing, plenty of barns and out-build
ings, at a very attractive price.
Also have good property in Sumter
County for sale. Address "W,"
R. F. D., Alcolu, S. C. 2t. pd.
WA NTED-Salesman and tsollector.
Big money can be made this Fall.
Apply to Singer Sewing Machine
Co., Sumter, S. C., C. A. Blanton,
IF RED SPIDER is in your cotton use
Arsenate of Lead and Lime and
Sulphur. You can get these at
Dickson's Drug Store.
To our many Customers and Friends:
Our doors will close promptly at
8:30 o'clock every evening (except
Saturday's) during the Revival Ser
vices. So please phone us your or
ders or do your trading early as
we are going to close on the minute.
Clarendon Drug Store.
AS LONG as my present stock holds
out I offer peanut meal, rice, meal
at $3.15, wheat shorts, wheat mid
dlings at $3.35, wheat bran at $3.10
syrup feed at $3.00, all in 100 lbs.
sacks, chicken feed at $2.15 in 1
bushel sacks and $4.25 in 2 bushel
sacks. W. P. Legg.
FOR SALE-at bargain prices, all
buildings, lumber, doors and win
dows at North Camp Jackson. Also
two 50,000 gallon water tanks; four
12-horse power gas engines; two
Worthington 24-inch stroke pumps;
one 250- gallon Bowser pump and
tank. Address Lewis Roofing Co.
Columbia, S. C.
LOST OR STOLEN--One dark bay,
marr wvith one white spot on the
ri~ht shoulder and four small white
marks on the left side, weight about
700 poundls. Rewvard paid if re
covered, address-Mack Rich, Silver,
R. 4'. Route 1, care C. W. Brown.
FOR SALE-A five room house, andl
about three andl three quarter acres
of land more or less on the wvest
side~ of the roadi leading out by the
Lest-ane place. This is the house
situattedl betwveen Mr. Dick Brad
ham's and Mr. Creecys. Terms will
be one fourth cash, balance in three
payments. For price, and e'xamina
tion of the place see F. C. Thomas.
FOR SALE--150 acres excellent land
for Truck, Cotton, Tobacco. etc., in
St. Andrewvs Parish .4% miles from
Charleston, on main alghwvay, prae
tically suburban property in line of
dlevelopment of this growing city,
and within one eighth of a mile of
Seaboard and A. C. L. Railroads.
Would subdivide. satisfactory
termis. F'or further particulars ad
dress, C. S. D~wight, .Jr., Box 608,
Charleston, S. C2. 2t-c.
Sargeant Clarence Dinkins is in
Manning visiting his brother, ,J. G.
Mrs. Sue Harvin has resigned hi er
posit'on in the store of J1. II. Rigby
andl returnedl to her home at Salters.
Mr. A. Palmer Burgess has been
appointed postmaster at Summerton
to succeed the late Ellison Capers.
Messrs. S. J1. Smith andl S. M. Will
iams spent the week-wnd at Myrtle
Mr. andl Mrs. E. HI. Speer who have
been spending sometime with their
mother, Mrs. R. L. Logan lbave re
turnedl to their home in Florida.
flabitual Constipatlon Cured
in 14 to 21 Days
'"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
ConstIpation. It relieves promptly but
should be'taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce regular action. .It Stimulates and
Regulates.., Very Pleasant to -Take. 60o
ather permitting) from
partment Stores at 4:30
$5.00 attached thereto
Trust Co. and one will
re sale. . With a trade
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Thomas and Misi
Isabella Thomas are spending tai
days at Sullivan's Island.
~Mra. F. P. Burgess and -little Mi
HI&.-rictte Burgess are visiting t
Lives as . .tcsburg.
Mrs. Brent Breedin is entertaining
the Neighborhood Club this afternoon
it her home on the Hill.
Little Miss Julia Simmons o
Statesburg, is the guest of her aunts
the Misses Burgess, on the Hill.
For Quarter Ending June 30, 1919
E. M. Bradham, Pinewood
April 1919-The State vs. Isaac
Dow, cost -------------------..$1.41
May 1919-The State vs. Clau
Brown _ -. --22.5(
Jun(. 1919-The State vs. Gibsot
Nelson, cost -- -- -- -- -- - ---40'
'lotal ---- -- - --- - .. 1.(
W. E. Fleming, New Zion
April 1919-Nothing to report.
May 1919-No report.
P. M. Gibbons
June 1919-Nothing to report.
J. E. Richbourg, Foreston
April 1919-The State vs. Dar
Fleming, fine - --- -- -- -- -- --9.01
May 1919-Nothing to report.
June 1919-Nothing to report.
Total ---- -- -- -- ------$9.01
A. J. Richbourg, Summerton
April 1919-The State vs. Henry H
Smith, fine ------ ------------$25.01
May 1919-No report .
June 1919-The State vs. Tossii
Benbow, fine--__ ----.__-25.0
Total --- _ ._ _50.01
T. H1. McFaddin, Gable.
April 1919-No report.
May 1919-No report.
.June 1919-The State vs. Mora
Fine ---- -- -- -- - ----..-10.01
Total --- - ------..- $10.01
R. L. Ridgill, Manning
A pril 1919-The State v's. Mose:
The State vs. Jimmie Baxter, fini
The State vs. Dawvson Sweat, finu
The State vs. J. F. Morris, eos
TeState vs. John wIlson, fin
Look into the pric<
pentering, then figure 1
will save -bearing in r
as a result, the new wo
cover Lucas Paint at ai
now is the time to use I
and reliable informiati<
for the asking by our e
outside, topside or insit
are in a position to qu<
of cheap grade Paints f
also White Lead, and 2
.the finest job can be ob
put it up to
One lot of Boys' Suits made i
folk Patch Pocket Styles, in Da
ors only, sizes 5 to 8, Sale Price
Men's Tailored Dress Pants
and solid Worsteds, all colors,
Special reduced prices for this
Men's Dress Shirts, that usus
to $15.00 all reduced in price
striped Percales, Plain Colors
Crepes in all colors.
3 i stttittttttttttttttttttttt::::titt m t :
Seed Irish I
Genuine 1918 Maine gr
These potatecs have been :n
year, and are therefore the I
est stock to plant for a fall
quantity to offer at $1.10 per
The. Manning 4
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-~ 20.00 Flee
The State vs. ~Junius Dukes, fine T
------ -- ---------- ------20.00
The State vs. Ben Do er, fine 25.00 T]
Total ---- -- ---- -- --127.40 T
May 1919-The State vs. J. P. T
Creecy, cost ...-- --- ---- 1.40 'T
The State vs. Abbie Briggs, fine T
i - - - - - - - -a t - 30.00
The State vs. George Cantey, cost T
--------- - .1.40
The State vs. David Whack, fine
The State vs. Mamie Fullard, fine M
The State vs. Mary Rivers, cost T
--------- ----- ---- -------1.40
The State vs. John Henry Wins, T
fine ------ - -_-.. . --- ---- 20.00
The State vs. David Whack, cost T
The State vs. Antney Swnton,
fine ---- -_ -.. . -- .._ _ _25.00 *
The State vs. Charlie Smith, fine
The State vs. Mike Lawyer, fine
---- -- -- -- -- -- -- --..10.00 T
Total ---- _-- ----_-..$156.60 T
June 1919-The State vs. N. S.
Gilispie, cost ..- ------1.40 T
The State vs. Martha McDuffie,
fine---------- - - -... ..- 15.0
The state vs. Estella Gibson, fine
The State vs. Mar'y Ievis -i1.0 Me(
Total ---- ---- -- -........-$36.40
) W. D). Young, Alcolu.
A pril 1919-The State vs. Sammie
mn Who Pa
i Splendid Inves
as of lumber and all building matt
iow much of all this a couple of
aind that if you neglect to paint,
rk would have to be painted any
ly Price is a Positive investment
"aint and plenty of it. The kind
mn for it's proper application wi]
pecial Paint Departmerit man.
le, there's a particular Paint for
>te cheap prices on bulk materia
rr rough work, such as barns, sta
inc, Pure Raw Linseed Oil, Color
tained at lowest cost. If it's Pa
. R. BREEDIN,
lanning Grocery Cr
n the newest Nor- I
in all Wool Serges
worth up to $15.00
Lily sold from $1.50
,also Tub Silks, E
"Vn Trish Cobblers.
>est, surest and quick
crop. Only a limited
he State vs. Florence Nelson, fine
- - ---~~ ~~~~ --_-- - - - - - - ..5 .0 0
hip State vs. Vinson Frierson, cost
he State vs. Mose Ifye fine .5.0
he State vs. Levi Young, fine.. 7.50
e State vs. Mitch White, fine ..5.00
he State -vs. Riehard White, ling
he State vs.~Isaac An<erson,25.0e
---- -- ------ -- --- .25.00
Total -- - --- - .$82.40
ay 1919-The State vs. Joe Rear
fine ---- -- . - - - ---...25.00
he State vs. Jury Myers, fine
h e State vs. Sidney Sherod..10.e
he State vs. Andferson ;Moses 1.0
he State vs. John Barrineau, fine
he State vs. E.C. Chlandler10.r
-- . .. 25.00
he State vs. E. C. Chandler, fine
he State vs. CiappeI Felrderfn
Tot l -.-- ... -. - -- - -- $ 15.00
un 9-he State vs. BruiaPckefn
T t l --- -- -.. . - ... ..$ 5.00
etil, surecst nd qucr
cots O Luas Piit
Whettervs yloue Npaoint
heae v s.norery purpse.sW
ble Staencs. oetBc, Have-70
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he SatJr Merfn