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P. M. SHOPE---... -------------------.-- ............Business Manage
MANNING, S. C. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER '10, 1911
Aliens of anarchistic tendencies are not needed ii
this country. Jail or hell is the best place for them.'
Thie strenuous efforts being made to recruit up the re
galar army are productive of at least one beneficial resul
-strenuosity in officialdom. The recruit himself is a sh,
bird just now.
High cost of living? You bet! Life is just one expen
sive eat after another.
The open door to opportunity is invariably open, bu
most people prefer to crawl in through the keyhole.
"The world is looking to America to replenish its foot
supplies," says a news dispatch. Of course. The work
sits on its pants and looks to America for everything. I1
is the popular international pastime.
The most trying features of war are the learned ar
ticles from unlearned heads that flood the country wher
the scrap is over.
There is one serious objection to incarcerating the
profiteers. They would probably own the jails withir
Apparently everyone is yelling "profiteer" at every.
'body but himself.
Even the H. C. L. can not prevent Old Santa Claus
ambling along at the schedule hour. Save the dollars this
Reverse the ancient order of things. Save the dollars
and the pennies will take care of themselves.
Now that feminine hosiery is constantly on display
just where do the fair ones carry those bulging powder
Life is just a continuous grab for one dollar after an
other. And with some of us there is an agonizing differ
ence between grabbing and getting.
We suggest, in the interest of economy, the elimina.
tion of the periods in the H. C. L.
For Fall Are Here
All the new shapes and popular shades
- $3.50, $4.50, $5, $6, $7 and $8
It's time to discard that old straw---get under one of the:
new hats now---you will feel much better.
A large shipment of Bates-Street Shirts h;
tern effects and color tones in a variety to satin
in high grade Madras, Fiber Silks and pure Silk
$2.00 to $6.00 and up to
More of Those Snappy Your
for young men. This popular line---tl
fellows are all talking about---has be(
last week. Have you seen them yet? (
your selection today..
The D. J. Cha
The Home of Hart Schaffner &
SUMTER, - - - - -
- L. R. Cole, 'eloc.
J. P. Evans, New Zion.
r D. M. Evans, New:Zion.
J. Henry - Touchberry, Paxville.
W.. J. Holliday, Manning.
L. E. Brailaford) Surmerton.
J. R.' Hill; 'Manhiiig.
J. .W.. Morris, New Zion.
Eugene King, St. -Paul.
Y. A. Holliday, Manning.
A. G. Stack,. Pinewood.
1 H,'D. Hardy, New .Ziorn.
J. H. Touchberity, Manning.
P. B. Mouzon, Pinewood. i
C. M. Fulton, Greelyv'ille.
J. H. DuBose, 1New Zion.
H. C. Chewni g, Summerton.
Howard $cott, ewood."
W. P. Emanuel, Alcolu.
r J: J. Thigpen, Manning.
W. S. Weatherford, Manhing.
T. L. Coker.' Lake City.
J. Howard Broi.lway, Manning.
D. G. Buddin, New Zion.
M. E. Worsham, Lake City.
D. E. Jenkinson, Pinewood.
I. P. Harrinton, -New Zion.
Julien Weinberg, Manning.
David Shoemaker, Silver.
M. C. Kennedy, Gable.
D. M. Rodgers,- Sumnimerton.
A. M. Scarborough, Summerton.
N. Z. Andrews, Manning.
J. C. Jenkinson, Silver.
S. A. Floyd, Lake City.
J. H1. Geddings, Paxville.
Miss Maria Whitson of Talladega,
Ala., is visiting Miss Sue M. Sprott
and they will leave here together (text
Monday for Randolph-Macon Woman's
College where they will graduate next
Miss Sarah Fellers of Columbia is
spendin gsome time here in the inter
ests o fthe United War Work.
The Manning Graded School opened
on Monday morning with a larger en
rollment than ever before. An en
couraging feature of the day was the
number of parents who attended the
opening exercises. This. year an
eleventh grade has been added to the
school, and this will enable the teach
ers to include courses in practical
training, which it has been .impossible
to give before. The corps of teachers
or composed of Prof. A. T. Helm,
Superintendent, Miss Duncan, Miss
Martin and-Miss Rushton of the High
School, Miss Annie Dixon, Miss Lucy
Wilson, Mrs. R. R. Jenkinson, Mrs. C.
P. Lc,"esne, Miss Janie Wilson, Mrs.
J. K. Breedin and --
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 Ad
iinistratrix of the Fsstate of Henry J.
Mrs. Elizabeth Wheeler,
New Zion, S. C. Aug. 15, 1919.
The Qulnine ;That Does Not Affect the Head
Because of ',s tonic and laxative effect, LAXA.
TIvR BROMO QUININE; is better than ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
ringing~ in head. Rendembcr the. full name and
took for the slnature of I- W. GROVE. 30c.
ve just arrived. Pat
ty all tastes., LTextures
ig Men's Suits
ie one the young
mn added to since
some in and make
- South Carolina
'f 100 per cent value ar
effective styles of the sec
awaiting your careful in,
speedy purchase. We ar
and Gentlemen and notv
are .amply prepared to m
Dresses are as different I
Class, beauty and distinc
before the scrutinizing e;
Coats, Suits, Coatees, Sw
at sacrificing prices.
Ladies' Dresses in the
Complete line in each
material and big vane
Complete line ladie:'
and Children Sweater:
in leading colors r.mi
styles. In this line we
have the most complete
line we have ever had.
In our' Millinery Depai
styie and composed of th(
of a most competent mill
what youi want and need.
.plete stock of bolt materi
the year. Anything in ti
over before you purchas
well known lines of goods
ity Shoe for Ladies' and
the Manhattan Shirts, L
and several other well ki
line and even better the
same line of goods. We
will be to yottr interest
. Joe Jose
e ready for our Customers.
son in the wanted fabrics
spection and selection whic
3 this season featuring in i
iithstanding the big advar
ect your needs and your pc
'rom ordinary ones as a Lii
:tion prevails and is evider
yes of our customers. We
eaters and Dresses as desci
Coat Suits in the fol
Coatees in Plushes.
Complete line Ladies'
Waists in any sizes and
prices ranging from. $2
-tment we have arriving de
newest materials. We ha'
iner in our hat departmenl
In addition to the above
al and dress goods which r
is line you may need it wil]
~e. We also have the ex
such as the Walk Over Sho
several good lines of Childr
ion Shirts, Arrow Collars,
iovwn makes of Men's Furn
mn some of our competitor
invite your inspection, wh
to pay us a visit.
~ph, Gen. Mgr. a:
The smartest and most
age now under our roof
h Will sure result in a
'eady-to-wear for Ladies'
ce on these materials we
)cketbook. Our line of
nouisine is from a Flivver.
t in every dress we place
are ready to offer you
'ibed in the columns below
Ladies Coats in fol
We also have a line of
childrens Coats in sizes,
from 2 to 18.
Distinctive line of
Childrens Dresses in Ser
ges, Tricotines, Taffetas
and Messaline. Sizes, 2
tily new hats of the latest
re the assistance this year
;who will hellp you select
line we also carry a com
riust be sold by the end of
pay you to look our stock
clusive agency for several
e for Men; the Queen Qual
en shoes. We sp~ecialize in
Stetson Hats, Knox Hats
ishing. Our prices are in
3 in other towns in this
~n you are in town and it