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Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1919
Mr. Willie Connor of Charleston
spent Sunday with friends town.
Mr. Aaron Weinberg h. *e mis
fortune of breaking his arm last
Mr. B. B. Breedin has purchased a
new delivery car for his grocery
Mrs. H-. L. Tinimons and little sons
Ludlow, .Jr., and .James of Asheville, v
N. C., are visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H1..J. Hailey.n
Now take a 1
Imlportedl and I
Tfoilet andI Mar
rated Table Cl
Sets, 5to12 pi
plain and decoi
Bristle Hair lU
Clasps, Fine Ci
its and S
EEVIL WITH HOGS
Mr. R. D. Cothran who is conduct
ng a warehouse in Brookneal, Va.,
pent Thanksgiving in town.
All business houses will remain open
.s long as they can without using
ght or heat. Do your shopping early.
Editor Johnson and family of
larion visited the home of Col. E. L.
Vilkins last week.
Mrs. Bolin Tindal of Greenville is
isiting the home of Maj. W. T.
.esesne in Manning.
Last Saturday morning about (lay
ight the barn of Mr. Charlie Rigby
as discovered on fire. The barn was
n a few feet of Cothran's warehouse
'here about $20,000 worth of tobacco
vas stored, but owing to the prompt
esponse of the fire department,
othing was lost except the barn.
;1put off shopping for the
is before Xmas. There's no i
at further Government rega
lay shorten our business hc
ur shopping time. Be wie
:ip from us:
see what a surprisingly g
we have of the following 1h
rchandise, all strictly apj
or acceptable Christmas gif
y, Imported China in sets a
)omnestic China Dinner Sets
75c to $20.00; Toilet Boxes
icure Sets $5.00 to $25.00; C<
ina in open stock; Tfoilet o:
ces, $8.50 to $21.00; Bowls
ated, $1.75 to $4.95; Carving
Sand Community Silverwau
ons Pots, Pans, Kettles, Bak<
*s, Colognes, Waters, Lotion
rushes; Indestructible Co:
ts, Visiting Card Cases; I
e Chocolates and Bon Bons; S
Chains, Broochues, Collar
gars Eic. Etc.
THE GIFT SHOP
At least 300 houses would be rented
and sold in Manning if they could be
had. Won't somebody start the build
Mr. J. F. Turbeville of Turbeville
passed through Manning Monday
evening on his way to Charleston on
a business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. John DuBose announce
the marriage of their daughter Myrtle
to Mr. Thomas A. Edens Tuesday
December the 16th 1919.
Capt. A. 1H. Breedin received a wire
from his daughter, Mrs. Pearl Rob
son, last Saturday stating that their
home and contents had been destroyed
Mr. H. D. Dubrow has just installed
several dust proof cases in his store.
These cases are the most modern and
nd odd pieces,
from $25.00 to
$2.50 to $7.00;
>inl Goki Deco
r Wash Stand
Sets, $1.75 to
'e; Cut Glass;
irs, Etc. Toilet
s Etc. French~
01ol Gold Cuff
4G, S. C.
is quite an asset to Mr. Dubrow's
The friends of Mrs. J. B. Harvin of
Summerton will be saddened to learn
that her condition has become critical
again, and that she was taken to a
sanitarium in Richmond, Va. today.
Mrs. Robert Dulmage and little
(laughter Jewel left here this after
noon for Columbia where she will
spend a few (lays with her sisters, be
fore leaving for her home in Denver,
Ten per cent of all the persons who
die in the United States each year,
one out of every ten, falls victim to
tuberculosis. It is curable. Buy and'
use Red Cross Christmas Seals and
help drive tuberculosis away.
Someone shot into Mr. T. M.
Well's car near Camden last Satur
day while he and Mrs. Wells were re
turning from a trip in Alabama. The
ball went through the glass in the
back of the car, but fortunately it did
not hit either of them.
Mr. Herbert I. Smith has purchased
a Reo Speed Wagon and has put a
bis body on it. Under the name of
The Carolina Coach Lines. Mr.
Smith will operate a bus line between
Sumter and Summerton via Manning.
His intention is to make two tripr to
Summerton and one trip to Sumter
each (lay. The bus is comfortably
Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted
J. E. ARAN'T, Pi. G.
MANNING. S. C.
Flavor, richness, full
mellow strength - all
the qualities that make
high-grade coffee the
most delicious and sus
taining b evyer ag e
known to man.
The worthless chaff
which all coliee berries
contain arnd which ordi
nary grinding mixes in
with the good part of
the berry. *
We remove this com..
pletely by the Boscul
scientific separ a t i n g
process. And we re
tain the rich aromatic
oils often partly lost by
other methods, but
which are the very life
and fragrance of good
Do not be satisfied
until you try this entic
ing Boscud Blend.
in tine and eealed cartons
only. Never in bulk.
Win. S. Scull Company
Camde, N. J.
FIGHT ,THE BOLL
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upholstered and will seat sixteen peo.
Married last Friday Mr. Austir
Smith and Miss Ridgill. The bride is t
daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Georg<
Ridgill of Summerton, the groom is
the eldest son of Mr. S. J. Smith, of
Manning, and is now located in Wil
mington in the cotton business.
Annual supper Manning Shrine
club, Omar Temple, Thursday nighi
December 18th at 8 o'clock, at Coth.
ran & Terrell Warehouse. Fez, red
tie and full dress necessary. Ful
Orchestra. This is a ladies meeting
Shriners are expected to bring wife
sister or sweetheart. Salikum.
Tuberculosis causes 150,060 deaths
in the United States every year and
more than 1,000,000 persons in this
country are suffering from active tu.
berculosis right now.
One person ldies every thre<
minutes, 20 every hour, and 480 every
day, with tuberculosis right here ir
the United States.
The National Tuberculosis Associa.
tion and its 1000 affiliated state and
local organizations wage a continuous
winning war on tuberculosis.
The work of these organizations is
financed chiefly by the sale of Red
Cross Christmas Seals.
The Woman's Missionery Society 01
the Methodist church will meet Mon,
day afternoon December 8th at 4
o'clock at the home of Mrs. Joe Davis
Bible study-The Pricless Value 01
Hymns 108 and 633.
Prayer-Pray that the religion of
Jesus Christ and his ideals may b<
the dominating power of our 'greal
Reports of officers and committees.
General business. The election o
officers for another year will be held.
Topic-Making Democracy Safe
Through the Power of Religion.-Mrs
J. E. Arant.
In the Presence of a Great Task
Mrs. C. N. Sprott.
The Task of the Centenary-Mrs
J. D. Gerald.
Closing prayer that the church fai
not in the task set for her.
Collection of dues.
THiE LOAWER SHOP
An attraction of unusual interest t<
the peop~le of Manmdng will be Th<
Flower Shop, a two act musica:
comedy, which the Library Associatior
will present at the school house audi
torium on Wednesday evening, Decem.
ber 10th. "The Flower Shop" is th<
latest play by Charles H-illiard, re.
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Make that (
cake a success if
do not wism to
we can supply
world's best, w~
Paradise Fruit 4
B. B. E
WEEVIL WITH HOGS
membered here as the author and pro
ducer of 'Cousin Isabelle." It abounds
in comedy, jingly songs and specta
cular novelties, including a fashion
parade by local beauties and a dance
number by sixteen little girls, cos
tumed as baskets of flowers. .In one
song, a miniature cottage is brought
on the stage, with a grown-up family
of tots, while in another, young ladies
go into the aisles, presenting the
audience with rosebuds. The cast of
seventy-five people is rehearsing day
and night and the producer has three
trunks of beautiful costumes and
stage effects to insure the success of
the show. Don't miss "The Flower
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
We have closed our brusiness up for
the present in Manning. On account
of the labor condition and also until
we are able to get a location we are
forced to do this. Anyone wishing
our services can call our Sumter office.
Dixie Electric & Plumbing Co.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons having claims against
the estate of Mary Ann 'Harvin, de
ceased, will present them duly attested
and those owing said estate will make
payment to the undersigned qualified
administrator with the will annexed
of the said estate.
Manning, S. C., Route 1, Dec. 2, 1919
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE
I will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon county, on the 5th
(lay of January, 1920, at, 11 o'clock
A. M. for Letters of Discharge as Ad
ministrator of the Estate of R. Lee
Thames, deceased. pd.
Summerton, S. C., Dec. 3rd. 19P.
Pursuant to an order of J. M. Wind
ham. Judge of Probate, I will sell to
the highest bidder. for cash, at the
residlence of the late William Pierson,
dIeceasedl on Friday the 19th (lay of
December 1919; at 11 o'clock A. M.
the following personalty: One cow,
one mule, about 40 bushels corn, one
lot hay and fodder, one bushel peas.
one lot of seedl cotton, one bushel
rough rice, lot of household and kitch
en furniture, one 01(1 buggy, small lot
of farm implements.
Davis Station, S. C., Nov. 28, 1919.
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make the fruit
make your cake
you with the
hich is Wards