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THE MANNING TIMES
Entererd at the l'ostoflice at Manning as Second-Class Matter.
Appelt &. Shope, Proprietors.
Published Every Wednesday
Subscription Rates $2.00 per year in Advance
MANNING, S. C., WEI)NESI)AY, DECEMBER 17, 1919
SHAMING THE DEVIL
It is said that the devil always claims his own.
But there are tines, we fear, when even the devil would hesitate to
claim certain urnh-sira.le spieciuens of huniity masquerarling in the guise
of fair wormanhtdir.
Out at or it Shiridan, Illinois, are a large number of maimed and brok
en heroes who fou:laht in tl worl war and cine home nothing biut. hattered
wreeks. Bonw have no h rI' no :rmrs, and others have nieithe- legs or arms
About 25 of thr'-e hroic hut helpless men were invited recently to at -
ind a musiealh in l'ie; which was lart ely attended by the women of high
society. Sm nie of thes wom en piteste d gain: t the prestee or the cri jippli
soldiers who. hal given their all for tih r country, on the ground that the
idlofoirmi \\ h whh-ble i r lui \/oili s weire d rrssled was list;as ful to their
aesthetic .wense ~ smel. They even went. so far as to write letters of pro
t(st to thr e ! . \\l ),ea e " .' mii c r ,le nil in it' d the soldlir.s.
)il tih elev - smil'
Ile dig not.
He 1,mv h i , :h i I :hlln for even he, ini all of his diabolical base
nessht m ban Ii v. h:ri In -nal - low as that.
Nr matter hI" n" i - may de: r firg:!t him, ohl man ( arranz:
just keeps ri' -.a h. whi:s in oiur faces and ask itg is what
we ate oien thr - il 1' ' t: df his latest stunts was to stir up and
foment the bolev:'t r r n e' in thee; couint ry, with a view to the over
throw of the rnirel.1r n'. If tblI I :irrnz: evil tinds his way into hell th(
devil will .nur tila to hi: he'. I
Our very nirar friiirenh th. I o not like the idea of being deipoirtet
from the ('nited States. V.. we annt lay that we hranker to see them go
They shoul be huni, inseaid.
We're convineed. at last, tia the ii lennhiumn is at. hand. 'I he price 01
coal to th c'rononer is not, t.r Ibl, i r:reased!. thi year.
(oil cherr. bri't hirs an .ist r::; .'\11'I nmay we have tIhe )leastire o
rcieating the:-ar frietdly salutartr:on o yrriu fir nmn years to1 come.
The w:1i man e the brirht star af pe it (Chrristmars tine, but th
fool sees :nily '.he ! ;ern theis in the rloor.
hittin thl Ihivh spots in life may bre all iKriht, provirled the low one;
don't get vil iin thi I'r round.
We see, we want, and we take if we can. But, then, 'tis but the spiri
of olr evir r'harging! timde:.
A .\lerry Christ imis to our soliers in Russia' And can anyone tell u
why i had's they :Are the re?
Yes, the age obIl Iaw of snpprl y and demand is passing away. Now i
is demnan! and take.
Man .give, and he takes, but in these (lays of high prices it is principal
.ts Ford o
Dufold and Mi
in Boxes, 7'
fts are Really S
COAT SUITS at cost, Weinberg Co's
100 POUNDS big, perfect Pecans foi
sale. Mrs. Jos. Sprott.
Read Weinberg Conl'any's adv. ii
this issue. Big discounts.
FOR SA LE-Forty hens at $1.00 each
.1. Elbert Davis, Davis Station. it-1
CEORG ETTE and Crepe Waist 33 1
oil at. Weinberg Co's.
l.OST -One red steer, weighing abou
2010 pounds. II. K. Beat~son, Mann
.iUSTi IRE(EIVED) a nice line of Ilai
ness;, Lap1) Robes, Whips etc. Sc
our goods1 and get our prices. .J. I
Ridgeway & Co.
WO.lIEN's AND) Cill)DREN'S Coat
an id D resses at cost, WVeinberg Cu'
!.S --One 11H ondl Dog, black w.it
tian legsr'. $10.00 rwaLrd, no qjue:
ti iasked. IL. L. D~owdy. It
III'ST REC(''UEIE a nico line of IHa
n0. s, La p Robes. WhiPS ite Si
iur toodn s and get our pirices. .I
RidIgewaiy & Co.
I) YO 01 Xmnas shopping at Weii
hee-C's. while the diiscount sa
JK S 14' EFCEIVEDI a nice line of Ila
ness. ap Roes, Whips etc. S<
oir 1iood s and get our1 prices. J.
id~ gewaiy & Co.
I \ 'S,\ WO)M EN'S andl Childrer
Swet is 3 1- per. PcIent of Wei
.JUST ItECEIVED) a nice line of lia
inom . l~ap Itos, \Vhips etc. S
or iiod and 1( get our prices. ..
Ridgeway & Co.
I 1( ) DS(COUNTS off on enti re sto,
Winbilerg (o's. See adv. in t1
STRA tl'E1 II"I.- Last Sundaliy, 0
Iblack haiy horse mule, 10yero
S. C., or D)avis Station. Weste
NITIRATE'1 O1F SODTA-.We can gi
yo- behst priices on Nitrate. Shi
mni. ny t ime up to Match. 1 i
1 !'!0. Haggett & Bomnar, Mann ir
JUST REC(EIVED) a nice line of Iii
s n ~s, Lap Robes, Whips etc. E
o - oods and get our prices. ..
I 'ge way & Go.
t TFEPTILJZER-We are now ready
(Iw ,I" prices on all kinds of mii
feriizers, Nitrate of Soda a
Agricultural Lime. See us bef<
~you buy. Baggett & Blomar, Mat
in, S. C.
insing Union Suits
;c. to $5.00 Ee
ensible Ones, and
H er C
r, S. C.
AT AUCTION-I will sell for Mr. R.
T. Brewer next Saturday two good
Iron beds with slats and one wash
stand. This is your chance to get a':
bargain. Come to the sale at 12
o'clock. J. II. Windham, Auctioneer
.JUST RECEIVED a nice line of Ilar
ness, Lap Robes, Whips etc. See
our goods and get our prices. J. L.
Ridgeway & Co.
WANTED-Two girls to act as opera
tors. Good salary. Apply in per
son to .J. F. May, Supt. Manning
GRACE IS NOW MAYOR
t - ....
Charleston, Dec. 15.-John P. Grace
- an d24l aldermen-elect assumei office
- today, at noon in the council chamber
e at city hall, Recorder Jervey adlminis
'terini gthe oath to Mayor Grace, and
he in turn swvearing in the aldermen,
s after Cler~k of Council Harbot had read
;. the election returns. The inaugural
addtress followed, and then rules wvere
adloptedl by council, being practically
those of the previous council, and
co~mm ittee app~ointments were readl
out, Ahllerman lDan iel L . Sinkler being
D 1iscussing the dlistribution of pat
- ronage, Mr. Grace said that he wvould
Le immiedliately accept, if 1t wvere tender
ed hiim, the resignation of every man
Iin the service of the city who support
e edl the recent admm iitrat ion, prov id
ed( he felt that such service could be
d-tIispensedl with in each case without
's injury to the public wel fare. lie ad
r- ded he did not look for such resigna
tions to come in emibatrrassinug numi
r: hers, andl was ratheri inclined to be
?e l ieve it imight he ncessairy to take
.some act ion along that line.
'k SIlIRINEIIS TlO III P
01 l(KINGSTrREE CILDR)IEN
neo K ingstree, D~ecemnber 1 6.--The
-I Sh riners of Kingstree are planning to
~' give a Christmas tree to the children
,. of the community on Ch ristmas night.
- Every child in the community undler
ye the Seventh school grade will be re
miemberedl and will receive of the geni
~,erosity of the local Shrine club. One
member of the club will preside nt
Santa Claus. The tree wiU. be erected
i-at the monument on Main street. Spe.
L. cial music and Christmas carols by
the children will be rendered.
nd Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days
>re flrusgIst, :einmd mon.ey If PAZO OINTMENT falb
to care' Itch ing. Hian1, Ii',idingt or Protruding Ples~
Intntl aelicvcei it a ilk- nd you cang~
5ee List Below !
an and Bostonian Shoes
and Bates Street Shirts
Hosiery of All Kinds
1ks, Bags and Suit Cases
will be Appreciated.
T HUR SD AY,
J a n u a ry
Singers and Players
A NIGhT IN H AW AII
Vierra's Number One Coompany, the best
Hawaiian Company touring America, including
Mr. Kalani (steel guitar player) who makes re
cords for Columbia Grafonola and Mr. Pikaki
(tenor singer) from the original "Bird of Para