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DING [NROUTE TO
THE UNITED STATES
dent-elect Inspects Eastern End
NOR GUEST AT BANQUET
rants Entertain Senator. Mrsi.
Harding Makes Flight in
tobal, Nov. 28.-President-eleCt
1g left the C'anal Zone for the
I States this afternoon after a
visit in which he included an
te study of the commercial andl
-y advantages and needs cf the
vay and exchanged assurances
ndly relatiobns with the repub
J'NO. G. DINKINS
MANNING, S. C.
URANT & FJLLERBE
Attorneys at Law
MANNING, S. C.
rdy. S. Oliver O'Bryan
PURDY & O'BIRYAN
eys and Counselors at Law.
MANNING. S. C.
Attorney at Law
MANNING, S. C.
Negotiated onl Real Estate
ONEY TO LOAN
Estate--Small and Large
oans. Long Terms.
J. W. WIDELMAN
MANNING. S. C.
Ii. C. CUTIS,
ANisiNG, '8. C.
NBERG & STUKES
erg Taylor H. Stukes
ANN2NG. S. C.
e stock of Cl
.nd less. Salt
.1 be in front (
)rth of high
into the hon
Iic of Panama.
'1 he steamer Pastores, bound for
Norfolk by way of Kingston, Jamaica
left Cristobal late today with the
President-elect and members of his
party aboard. The vessel will reach
Norfolk Saturday. Senator Harding
will proceed to Washington before his
return to Marion. His last day in the
Canal Zone was spent quietly rest
1- s[ects (anal
sthl, Satt'rdty, Nov. 28.- Presi
dent-elect Harding completed his in
sp~ection of the Panama Canal todaty
with a vir'it to the for'tificat ion .at its
eastern entrance andl calls on sev'eral
military and naval stations in the vi
cinity of Cristobal.
As in the exaiminationt of the for:i
fications at the Pacific end of the en
nal yesterdlay the Presitient -elect took
great interest in small details, askinig
many q1uestions to familiarize himself
with the strategic situation.
Dturinig a visit to the naval air sta
tion at Ccosolo. Mlrs. lIIarding ae
aeteda invitation to make a fl ight
in a siejpaane, spendling fifteen muini
utes over Limon Bay in one of the
largest NC type planc(e usedl by the
navy. The plane a'taii a I eint o
about 1 *i00( feet andl though it wase
her tirst expleriencee at flyinif. .\lrs.
lliardinug apeared to entjoy2, it im
Entter tined by .t erchiants
Tivhrt t he P'resident-..lect was the
'1f.'.t oif heor at. a worpte; tetaletedl
hhn by the merchamnts of (ion an-I
( 'AbIst [l Te aittir was the occa
sieno. fir t enewal of'( xpre'Ssionls of'
comityIbttween the U'nitel States andl
Panatma an d pledges of cooi iperat ion
to pmoteni parttimcubhrly the co mmter -
* -' tor I~ardintr gave astsarances (of
hi's inter est in the dlevelopiment (I
Central amnd South American trade and
expr)iess~ed bielijef that the canal wo~uld
fiorm an inf oluential1 fact or int the de
ve(lopmet o f wotrld ecoinmter'e.
T'he s.teameir Pa stores.'M in w.h ich thei
Unitd Staites, is expectel to scail ab~out
4 o'cloc k torsorrow afterntoon.
iETEl T IUlIMES .AlHEAD
S.ASYS A (lfl(.( l G. H NK Eli
(1 ri m thIe (Ch icago iT'ribunera.)I
Jiames B. F~organ. chairman~tt of tht
boaird of the First National IHank, re.
turnts ftroml the Eatst with the opti
mist ic forecast thtat ".n a few moth
ru-adju~istmoent willI be ciomph-te tan
business activity wilI be on the up
ward trtend i gaini." '[he weight giver
to this ptred iction by Mr'. Forge n'
butsiness acti vity wil! hi.- on the up
. ta Hu iness activity ant venertat pros.
perity are dlepend~ent up onit and1( coi
ient with univetrsal (employmnent and
sfeadly prodnetimot. When all our peo
pile ate employed there Is a dlemand fo
c'ommoidities which missotr:'s prots('t an
stability for producers. Therei
e'noutgh wotrk crying to be (lone in th
Untitedl States to assur'e gene'ral en
ployment when it is annavi iori~ nn
othinlg less ti
will last 13 c
>) the crowd
1es of the cou
Hundreds of thousands of homes
are needed. To till this need the work
of millions of perisons is required. Lum
ber men, steel workers, brickmakers,
cement mills, quarrymen, stonecutters,
metal workers and others are needed
to produce building- materials. Car
penters, bricklayers, stone masons,
structural steel workers, electricians,
plumbers, sheet metal workers, roof
ers, painters and others are required
to put up the buildings. Furniture
manufacturers and all the trades em
ployed in producing house furnishing;
are needed to make the home habita
Glnresotoads e r
nededhfor ghe less abr Goo
of man.h en owdth od ca
way deeofmete o h aoru0
tinieailitatio of thead oailroadsA
Iis' alld constructhi prodtve labork
ofh iliok ofor the coutr is o'qie.Lm
cmenito mills. Itryisn asdtoeliev,
methil wiell othes one eeuel
tonh produd bulig soaera.l. Far
pentes ridckltanye toe sons,
fuews monh eadtment wrk ers room
es, pay ointerp tesareied a
to tmut is nthuings.r thantuere
manfatbeand allin them traes eti
poed in phrmduin hoi,-e froishwage
ar ndei to msake teails. ita
TIInrs fthousds rmenberb
-.oas a urgeloyeede thoghou
thersoundry. nsmeris andlike.i Mr
frya ays buldn can occupy her tm
hif mny. Mhae to hasten the end of 'r<
-.deiptnedn eatfnbners Water
way- .dbelosnient calo this br i
ths. j.Ther n.Tis, atillally, to be ilo
in rehabiliatin ofrteen rcloadtions
'1o do micei oe theyoi ti- i A
of fiAPAng the j e:b and puttin th
men into ckge. isas nd o hliv
o't tswlot ht (lote evat upll
whe toh' giieili S)AT-SNA. Thr ni
3h5c~a, o s (tae)engh ''i
a rv. the n or Clt'iJle'l a
ieaI 65 ic siz f(2 cakes) fori Chicco
- Houi sl copiis, os , buldng
r $oi25 izej codtin cae, enouf
-'I \ i'- fariii a deot il g, t
s -' ge buldhi ir factory bil
* -ii''i iaii o tie it.nn.oe~ie
-Sh han ofrate ed thDi
d0 s~n DrugE Sore banker inowd
, Hardare Co.h":, issae f
ian cost. Shc
o will not ma
nty at any pr
Worn Down, (
Georgia Lady, Worn-out ai
Was Helped by 2
T 1iE peroIInl excpe :ience (' :irs.
Nannie Phillips, of Powder
Springs, Ga., is printed below in
her own words:
"I was in a worn-out conditio. M1y
stomuach was out of order. I didn't
sleep) well. I was tired all the time.
I couldn't half eat, and didn't rest
'well at night.
"I would get out of heart and blue.
I would ferc! like I was going to be
down in bed. Yet I kept dragging
('lem1son Coil'ge. Novemiber 29.
I'n-meris! Protec't your cotton from
wea:t h:-r damagzie. D~on't leave it in
the ope-n. Store it in a warehouse,
or mt Ider othier sutale coverI.
At seies of experimen~ts c'ondtedtA(
r-vntly by the Bureanu of Markets
have shown that a bale of cotton
placed out in the open, flat on the
it If desired we Wi
)es and Dry
ke prices her
r on the mar
)ut of Heart
id Tired, Tells How She
iron Iron Tonic.
"We heard of Ziron, and from wha.t
I rend, I was sure it wouldn't hurt me,
if it didn't heip me. But after taking
t, I found it really helped me, and I
sent back for more. I ate better, felt
much rtronger. I am sure Ziron is
a splendid tonic."
Many people, who are worn down and
disheartened, due to stomach disorders
and nervous ills, find relief by toning
up their blood with Ziron ironi Tonic.
Tell your druggist you' want to try
Ziron on our money-back guarantee.
.round wvith no covering, was dlam
ged to the extent of 370 pounds
'it the end of eight months. An
ather bale, placed on edge, with no
further protection, lost 167 pounds.
A hale on edlge andl turned over once
a week, lost 110 poundsa. A bale
plalcedl on tijnber off the ground and
turned~ once a week lost~ 49 pounds,
[and a bale placedl on timber and coy
e ed with tarpaulin lost but 14
t Your (
ILD T hAT W AREIIOU
11 furnish a plan, and
any other matei
me, Plaster, Wall I
ngles, Asphalt Shin.
Write or P'hone
CHARLESTON. S. C.
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ket to be
pounds. A warehouse bale of cotton
during the same period lost only one
Do.'you know that in many in
stances the total cost of warehousing
cotton, including insurance, is nc
greater than the fire insurance rate
alone on exposed cotton. Do you
know that it will be much easier for
you to obtain loans from the bank
on your cotton if you have it stored
in a w:rehouse?
Damage in one season alone from
exposure to weath'r has been esti
mated at $70,000,000.00. Much of
the lower grade cotton, of wvhich
there is now such an over-supply, is
the dlirect result of improper hand
ing of the crop after it is ginned.
TPh' nroper place for cotton after it
is baled is in a warehouse of ap
provedl type. Not only is it protected
from weather dlamage there, but the
saving in fire insurance alone, fr'om
the" chlirges made on unstored cot
ton, is usually sufficient to pay all
the costs of warehousing.
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