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4MANNING, S. C., WEDNE
TO BE E
When the people of the United S
tion to go into the profiteering gaic
tent precaution. They failed to loo
noses. As a result of this profiteeri
ducesis sky high, because all labor at
the limit of boostibility. Here is the
American manufacturers want to
the foreign markets in many cases pr
made goods are sold for less than we <
of much of our foreign trade, and fa
their employees. Some are shutting
manufacturers are up against the du
country for less than we can product
in future to any considerable extent n
in search of employment. So much
price boosting. But when we listen
bis music. The hour for payment h
If you are inclined to be pessim
country is in need of something better
community is a part of this country.
reconstruction, and no country can si
agreements, dissension and confusion.
now, and there will be more to follow
rnal selves again.
We of this town are but an atom
the welfare of the nation is as sacre
. reatest metropolis in the land. We
ward stablizing conditions and restot
e Inaintained with justice and safety
-Those are the three paramount
.esent the only manner in which it is
*st undergoing a disastrous period
i apparent that with pt few excepti
ppreciates the situation fairly
le "ty requires. Let it be said
..se who are patriotically endeavor
that we have a clear perception of th
to perform that duty. It is not nec
expenditures, or that we deprive ourse
able luxuries of life. The situation do
That means not only the return
.mmediatd future, but a far greater a
Most geople are at heart advocat
-rait of the American peopl6, and th
)ackward in this respect. Shall we inci
-leal into our Christmas spirit this
nake it a square deal for ourselves, a
feed us? Our people for a number
of material prosperity. This fact is
clothes we wear, in the food we eat,
It will be reflected in the purchases a
will be upon a liberal scale, though pi
It is not within the province of
spend their money. It is theirs, to si
a spirit of fairness impels us to say a
chants, those dealers who have stood I
well as in prosperity. They h-.ve p
kets in order to be able to supply the
.assured that they have priced their
ipossible for them to be sold. They<
requirements of the public.
We feel that our people are emi
tendt the square dleal to the home mer
ot4her seasons of the year--that the
community merchants before makin;
things being equal, that they will giv
ever p)ossib'e without p)rejudlice~ to th
Christmas is a time of goodt ch(
WHTY IS A SCRUBf?
. Five dtollars worth of iron mad<
mnto horseshoes sells for ten dollars
but made into hair springs fo;
watches it sells for more thain a mit
lion dollars. Feed and roughagi
cOniverted into scrub cattle brinm
only a moderate return, but con.
vertedl into purebredls, they bring
astomishm i pr )1ices. C'hange yom;
itedstuff into p~ure(breds."
Why pult your good feed into
scrub that is worth only $40.00 at
year old- --
When you could put the samte feet
into a purebred andt sell it foi
Why pay $75.00) for a serub but
that is worth less thani $50.00,
When you can get a purebred but
for $200.00 that is worth $500.0(
on 25 cowsN
Why breedi scrubs that wilt kit
''ut only 45 to 48 percent,
Who t you can I breed~ puOrebred:
that will kill out from 52 to 6.
Why use a scrub, butt that sire:
Snon-descript bunch of measle:
When you can use at purebred bul
ize andl conf orma tion that wil
that vvill sire calves of uniform color
please the eye of the buyer, thereb;
putting more money in your pocket
---W. .1. Sheeley, Ictension, Servie
A nimial Ilusbandmnan.
"I G'ot teat Mdad When I Lost MI
Set hjng Ien," Mrs. 11annan
"I went into the hen house on
morning and found my favorite sette
deadt. I got recal mad. Wen't to th
store, bought some RAT-SNAP an
in a week I got six dead rats. 1Ever3y
hodly who raises poultry should kee
RAT-SNAP." Three sizes, 35c, 65<
$1.26. Sold and guaranteedl by Diel
soni Drug Store and Plowden liart
inning as Second-Class Matter.
00 per year in Advance
SDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1920
tates took advantage of the war situa
they neglected to take one all-impor
k beyond the 'golden hue of their own
ig craze the cost of everything we pro
d materials used have been boosted to
ship their goods abroad, but they find
ctically closed to them, because foreign
an make them. Thus we are deprived
ctories are discharging thousands of
down entirely. Then again, American
oping of foreign made goods into this
then here. If this condition prevails
ore millions will be walking the streets
For our era of assinine profiteering and
to the piper we must expect to pay for
istic as to the future, forget it. The
than pessimism at this time-and this
This is a period of readjustment and
irvive such a time without serious dis
We are undergoing our share of it
before we can hope to become our nor
as compared to the whole country, but
I to us as it is to the residents of the
should each strive to do our utmost to
i ng commerce to a level where it can
requirements of the day. They rep
possible to continue prosperity without
)f financial and commercial depression.
ons the country as a whole understands
vell, and is disposed to take action as
:hat we of this community are among
ing to bring order out of confusion
dutykof the hour and a determination
ssary that we become niggardly in ;ouz
Ives of any of the necessities or reason
es not call for such an extreme.
to a sane commercial standard in the
nd better country in the years to cone.
es of the square. deal. It is a natural
e residents of this community are not
porate the spirit of the square
rear? Shall we go even further and
nd for the community that shelters and
)f years have enjoyed a large measure
reflected in the community life, in the
md in every act of our daily existence.
re make for the holiday season, which
ssibly not extravagant.
the editor to tell our people where to
end where and as they think best. But
word in behalf of our community mer
oyally by the community in adversity as
irchased heavily in the wholesale mar
holiday wants of our people. We are
boliday offerings diown as lowv as it is
lone their utmost in order to mect the
nently fair mninded--thatt they will ex
chant at Christmas time, as they do at
'will first examine the stocks of the
Stheir Christmas purchases-and, all
e them the benefit of their trade wher
er, and the square deal increases it a
llOGS PAY BIG MIONEY
IMr. Pete Wing of h awk Point, Mto.,
1made a lot of money out of his hogs.
H -e sayvs. "I fed them Dr. [LeGear's
| foe Prescription. It has given won
derful results in putting gains on
. he'm with less feed. T.hey were on
hea'.y feed for only a month; averag
lda gain of 2%~i pounds (laity, and
|were, only 7 months, 10 days old, when
.3ir. Wing priofited by the adtvice of
Dr. l~eGear, Gradua'te Veterinarian
andt E'xpert Poultry flreedter of 28
SDr. ILeGear's hlog Prescription wilt
nut weight on your hogs also, because
it expels worms, p)urifie~s the bl1ood andl
. conditions them so that they gain
flesh on less efeed.
It. makes no dliffere.nce w/hat ailment
' is pirevalent amnong your stock or
poultry, it is montey in your l)ocket
toi get the proper D)r. T~e(;ear Rtemedy
from your dealer, on a satisfaction or
money b~ack olffer
ToA!Subscribiers of (ChoiidotnTl.
All tele'phone( hills mt'st. rnositivelv
he pa id by.-the 1 5th day of' eacih mon~It h.
Unless bills aire paido by that time the
service on your~i telephone wiltlibe dis
contfinined until saime is j-ii] This is
no't meant to re(fleet uptoi ''"u in an'v
y way hit. so manty overlook thiesi smilI
hi~l Is that we mutst enfrce thIiis rule.
If' you r tEeltnh(n is dIisconnectert iii
p thle l6thI. it will be. Vour own fault.
r I Ve "iinnot1 fur n ish se'rvice wit houl
the money. We hope that we will not
tI he forced to dtisconn~et any telephone.
-We thank you for 15ast nat ronage ando
p assure you that all will he acerodled
,the same treatment.,
-1 / ftesneet fully,
by II. [. Etlerhn, Tleas,
A Scientific Discussion of Its Cause
and Proper Treatment With
Auto-Intoxication, together with. its
kindred ailments, Ptomaine poisoning
and Cholera-Morbus, are but the inten
sified result of Indigestion. Improper
and rash eating and neglect of the
stomach, bowels and liver frequently
produce this coridition. Practically
all who are subject to Auto-Intoxica
tion are excessive eaters;
When the stomach is overworked,
the food cannot be properly digested,
neither can the liver be expected to
Regulation of the habits will, with a
little assistance to the stomach and
liver, remove the cause of the trouble.
SarDraS, a scientific preparation of
medicinal herbs and roots, contairis the
proper ingredients to enliven liver and
kidney action and invigorate the
glands of the stomach. Contains no
If you are suffeing from auto-in
toxication or other digestive troubles,
regulate your habits and take a table
spoonful of SarDraS before each meal.
The result is simple and gratifying.
It will do what the common laxatives
cannot. As,your dealer for SarDraS.
I will offer at public outcry for cash
ten days from date, one Stpdebaker
7-passenger car, known as the "Cy
Murray Car." This sale will take
place on December 9, 1920, at Davis
Station and is to satisfy a repair bill
owed to the Shorter Motor Co.
W. G. Broadway,
November 30, 1920.
- -- ---
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon
By J. M. Windham, Probate Judge:
Whereas, Esther Ann Hodge made
suit to me to grant her Letters of Ad
ministra'tion of the Estate and effects
of Sarah H. Hodge.
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the Kindred
and Creditors of the said Sarah H.
Hodge deceased, that they be and ap
pear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held* at Manning on the
16th day of December next, after pub
lication heiof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any they
have, why the said Administration
should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 30th day
of November, Anno Domini, 1920.
J. M. Windham,
-THEP shrdl etao etaoin ununnuu
48-3t-c. Judge of Probate.
SHE FELT- UNCOMFORTABLE
Her shoulder itched intensely, her
inflamed skin burned, yet she could
n't scratch in the crowdl Why suf
fer like this? Zemerine allays itch
ing. Sold in two sizes (50 cents and
$1) by Dickson Drug Store.
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FRESH NORFOLK OYSTERS on
hand at all times. $1.00 per quart.
Dickson Drug Store.
ROOMS FOR RENT-Suitable for
offices or for living rooms. Apply
to The Manning Hardware Co.-46tf
GASOLINE SYSTEM-Oil Tanks and
Pumps, Air Compressors, Comput
ing Saales, Show Cases, Account
Registers, Floor Scales, Rebuilt
Cash,.Registers, Safes, Store Fix
tures. The Hamilton Sales Co.,
Columbia, S. C. No.5-tf.
WANTED--Salesman and collector at
once, to sell Singer Sewving Me
chines. Address Singer Sewing Ma
chine Co., Sumter, S. C., C. A.
Blarton, Manager. 47-2t-e.
LOST---In Manning last week iny
pocket book containing some money
andl cards. Finder notify Miss
Ruby Thorn, Kingstree, and receive
VENNING'S GARAG;E-Just opened
a first class garage on Mill Street,
a competient mechanic in charge
We will repair all cars promptly. I,
wvill carry a full line of FordI car
accessories and will make that car
a' specialty. Give me a trial. We
guarantee satisfaction as to work
ma nsh ip and reqsonable charges.
Call and see us. Yours for business
S. R. Verning. Manning, S. C. 2t
RECEIVED) DAIL.Y-Nice fresh Nor
folk Oysters, $1.00 per quart. Dick
son Drug Store.
YOUR OPPORTUNITY--Buy one to
20 acres right near electric car line
and Columbia College, low prc
easy terms. Rich soil, will make1
living on five acres. Valuies ad
vancing. Growing section of city of
Columbia. Get our share before
it is too late. Wi ite today for par
tieulars. M. WV. Mason, Box 51,,
Columbia, S. C. 47-:3t-c.
FULEGlIUM OATS. AliRUZZ1, 'WIC
C'hoice S. C. '--o--n F l.-hu ' Ontai
at $1.50 per b'ehel -m I R' ac.
$1.00 peri bush']. both1 f. o. b.
O)ringeburg. *Rhtder & Sin' ik,
Orau'geburg, S. C. I t-e
but RAT-SNJAP is the only one that
prevents dIisagr'eeable odors atter kill
ing. Also like RAT-SNAP because it.
comes in fod enkesg, no miuxing w:thi
othr fod.You dlon't have to dirty'
your hands, it's the best for house
hold use." Try RAT-SNAP. Three
sizea, 35sc, 65c, $1,25. ' Sol and
guaranteed by D)ickson Drug, -Store
lowinw,, ia.dware. o.
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CAN HAVE A HAND IN IT
We have done OUR part to make his the biggest and best Christmas
EVER and the finest sight in town is our Beautiful Stock of Christmas Gifts
containiiig all that is Bright, Fresh, New and Novel in Holiday Goods.
WHERE YOU COMBIN
Is in simply getting busy and making your Christmas selections fron our
wonderfully complete assortment of REALLY DESIRABLE GIFTS, at the
fairest and most-reasonable prices.
YOU GET NEW IDEAS
As you look through our holiday ? ock. It is practical demonstration of
POSSIBILITIES in gathering under one roof nearly everything to make peo
ple happy at Christmas time.
PLENTY OF THE BEST
Is here waiting for your inspection. T9 find a suitable selection is a pas
time, to price it is a pleasure, to possess it is a privilege. A visit to our store
is a GUARANTFE of Popular Presents at Popular Prices.
WE CAN MEET YOUR WANTS
Whatever your needs, come and let us show you a variety of beautiful
presents that will at once appeal to you as "Just the Thing." We have genuine
New Attractions f r Christmas and we want you to know it.
COME AND SEE THE LATEST
It is a privilege to show our beautiful holiday goods and you will oblige us
by considering this a personal invitation to call and inspect our extensive and
up-to-date line of Christmas Novelties.
MERIT, QUALITY AND FAIR PRICES
Are waiting for you here in connection with a great variety of the Best
Holiday Selections of the year, and our word of seasonable greeting to buyers
of gifts is "A SQUARE DEAL" AND A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL.
You can easily make your selection FOUNTAIN PENS
trom the following: XMAS STATIONERY
SMOKING SETS LEATHER GOODS
CARD CASES STERLING SILVER .
THERMOS BOTTLES and KITS CIGARETTE CASES
WHITE IVORY IN SETS AND XMAS CANDIES
01)1) PIECES EMPTY HOLLY BOxE;S
Dickson Drug Store,
Clarendon Drug Store
The REXALL Stores
Manning, South Ca-olina