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THE MANNING TIMES
I. I. APPELT----------------------------------..-----------Editor
F. M. SHOPE-----------------------------------.....Business Manager f
MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1919...
There was never a time in the history of this town
when the readers of this paper were so interested in the 1
advertising columns as they are today. With prices of
everything up in the clouds, the average man or woman is
keenly alive to the possibility of shaving off a cent or two
in the price of necessities, and watches the ads like a hawk
in the hope of finding some relief. The WISE merchant
takes advantage of this and places his propositions before
the people each week.
If every person in this town would devote thirty
minutes each week to cleaning and beautifying their pre
mises and the public highways and vacant places we would
soon be living in a veritable Garden of Eden. And it is
so simple, and easy, and without material cost. But, like
every other proposition in life, it requires a head, a di
recting genius, some one to take the lead and push it along
and keep it pushing. Have we such a genius among our
Listen, mother! Just dig out those old gingham
dresses you have had stored away for so many years, and
your daughter will be quite stylishly dressed. Silk is only
a cheap fabric these days.
It is time, mothers, for you to demand an eight hour
day for yourselves. You deserve it.
10 miles South Manning
and 2 miles from Jordan.
About 60 acres cleared.
Good dwelling barns, stab
100 Acres les, etc. Excellent cotton,
tobacco and corn land. Pe
rC. AM AM can, peach and cherry
A V mAniuVa11 trees. vver wortn tne
price asked. Terms unus
County. ually reasonable. Let me
have the pleasure of giv
ing you a detailed descrip
tion of this farm.
W. M. MANNING,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
a Tobacco Growers of Clarendo
Once again I wish to remind you that the Cents
tablished this fact this season. We would have h.
room for our growing trade next season. Our i
since the war closed. I do not know what our coi
few days state many of them are returning to the
and the st .,e is uncalled for. We hope the situa
fully realize how much trouble and inconvenience
' let it get in too high order, do not rush your tobac<
tobacco, ini gradually, after the opening so as not tt
' means bring it to Cothran.
Cothran's knowledge of tobacco will he your P
$ years, you cannot find a man that can get you mo
ran, just when this will be depends entirely on whi
A Back of Levi Bloc
TO OCCUPY CITY
Vienna, Monday, Aug. 11.-(By the
ssociated Press.)-The general staff
f the Rumanian forces of occupation,
ccording to reports from Bucharest,
as decided to occupy Stuhiweissen
urg, the capital of the county of the
ame name thirty-five miles west
outhwest of Budapest. The Rumani
ins, the report adds, also will take
>ossession of other towns and districts
n Western Hungary in order to "coin
PRINCE OF WALES LANDS
St. Johns, N. F., Aug. 12.-The
Prince og Wales landed here at noon
oday and rode through an enthusias
;ic crowd lining two miles of city
Streets over which decorated arches
rad been erected.
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE
I will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County, on the
15th day of September 1919; at 11
o'clock A. M. for Letters of Discharge
as surviving Executor of the last
Will and Testament of John H. Ma
G. W. Mahony, Executor.
Sumter, S. C. Route 5, Aug. 12, 1919
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County on the 30th day
of August 1919; at 11 o'clock A. M.
for Letters of Discharge as Adminis
trator of the Estate of H. J. Wilson,
R. A. RIDGILL,
Pinewood, S. C., July 29th, 1919.
A meeting of StocKholders of the
corporation DuRant, Horton & Floyd,
Inc., will be held at the office of Du
Rant & Ellerbee, Attorneys, at 12
o'clock on the 30th (lay 6f August,
1919, for the purpose of adopting a
resolution that the said corporation
go into liquidation and wind up its
affairs as provided in Sections 2812
and 2813 of Volume 1 of the Code of
Laws of 1912.
E. C. Horton,
G. T. Floyd,
35-c- Board of Directors.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
restores vitality and energy by purifying and en
riching the blood. You can soon feel its Strength- l
enoin. invigorating Effect. Price 0c. fl
n and Adjoining 4
ral Tobacco Warehouse is still I
mndled a great deal more tobac<
narket is closed for sales now p
miry is coming to, it Heems tha
ir work again. From what we
tion will soon clear up. We c<
it has p)ut the tobacco growers
:o to market the cay it reopen
crowd the market. Pick the
raini. Cothran has given much1
re money for your tobacco thall
ml the railroad strike is settlet
What is more Desirable During the Hot
Weather than Comfort? What goes to
make Comfort? Our Answer is Clothes.
We have them Cool and Comfortable
Palm Beach and Mohair Suits, $12.50 to $22.50
Thin Fresh Underwear, per suit, $ 1.00 to $ 5.00
Soft Negligee Shirts, - - - $ 1.00 to $10.00
i Ties, Hosiery and all other Necessary
Furnishings. Buy where you can get
the best and the largest stock in East
ern South Carolina to select from.
The D. J. Chandler
The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes.
SUMTER, - - - - - - South Carolina
eadquarters fm ale of tobacco at Manning. I think I have thoroughly es- I
o this sease : room been more adequate. We are going to have more I
ending a set .he railroad strike which is one of the greatest Menaces
t the strike is at throughout the United States the papers in the last
can hear they !.t paid people in America that work for salaries today, i
rtainly are sorr h came upon us right in the midst of our season. We
to. Be sure toi < bacco well covered during this damp weather, do not
3, give the wareh n ;;ae to sell what they now have on had . Bring your
bad out of your tot . you wait for the market to open again, and by all
thought and study tv t h: : t o'situation in this State and others for many *
R. D. Cothran. Whet , J - t opens up again bring your tobacco to Coth- *
I. We will notify you o,"e can when the situation clears up. Yours for 4
3CO W9 AEHOUSE
R. D. C hnm Proprietor.