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Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1919
Mr. Cary Smith was a busines
visitor to Columbia yesterday.
Mir. E. B. Brown has bought the 'T
H. Timmons house near the Oil Mill
Mrs. Morris Ness was the guest o
relatives in Columbia and St. Mat
thews last week.
It is learned with regret that littl,
Charles MeElveen is quite ill wit)
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Musser have
returned home from a visit with re
latives at Lakeland, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Dr. W. A. Croucl
spent the week-end with relatives it
Goldsboro, N. C.
Miss Irma McKelvey has accepte<
a position in the ofice of DuRant
Horton & Floyd.
Louis Stalnaker, who has been des
perately ill with pneumonia, is mud
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Patrick an<
daughter were the guests of friend!
in Columbia this week.
Mr. C. L. Miller who has been liv
ing in Manning for several years
moved his family to Lake City Mon
day, where he is now employed.
James Dickson, of Uncle Sam'i
Navy who is now stationed in Michi
ga.n is spending a furlough with Mr
and Mrs. R. R. Jenkinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ieyward Ewart an
nounce the birth of a nine pound sot
on January 4th who will be calle<
Heyward Ewart Jr.
All W. O. W. are urgently requeste<
to be present at Woodman Hall Mon.
day night, important business to at
Mr. and Mrs. P. Thames hav<
moved from Davis Station and ar<
now occupying a house on uppci
Mrs. J. W. Odiorne and children re.
turned to their home Saturday it
Williston, after a tcn-day visit it
Miss Emma Stewart of Charleston
who had been the guest at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Reardon, re
turned home on Sunday.
Mr. Chas. Woods, manager of Al.
derman's Stores, was a business visi
tor to Jacksonville, Fla., severa
days this week.
Mr. R. D. Clark, one of Manning'.
enterprising warehousemen, left thi:
morning on a business trip amotngs
the tobacco markets of Kei.tucky.
Miss Augusta Appelt returned t<
Fort McPherson Sunday night, aftei
spending the holidays at her home it
Miss Isalee Smith entertained th<
members of the younger set Friday
evening at a unique contest party
After much fun a delicious salac
course with hot chocolate was served
Died Monday in Charleston, Mr
Dan V. Keenan. The deceased wad
the contraetor of the Alderman stort(
in Manning and made quite a numbem
oif friends while here.
We would like to have a cor'respon
dent at AlIcolu, Pinewood, Summuer.
ton, Turbeville, New Zion and Sat'
dinia. W(' will be glad to hear' frotr
any one that would agree'~ to repr'esenl
us at there phices.
The Manntting Civic I ~'agute wil
hold its first meeting of the New~
Year, at the C ourt Hlouse at 4I P. M
January 19th. l'v~ery members oIf the
Le'ague is urged to he present.
Sum merton ha s been a "'drv'' towtn'
for the past few weeks, until the rair
last Friday, which pr'obabl y helpedC
the situation a little. Pract icall y al
the wells had gone c'iompletely drty
some0 that hadl nev'er knowna to ht
without water befor(e.
The (Carl i na Coach L i nes wil
make their Station her' for paiss~en.
ger's to Summerton and~ Sumtert ir
front of D ickson 's Drut' St ore. Th<
schedlule will r(eman tthe soame forr
while at least.
D r. I). H. Staln akert who has beer
'onn te('cd with thle CIartendon)1 F Drup
Store fotr the' pa0st y'eart, has sold( oul
his interest in that businees, and ih
no0w t inichar'ge of the pres'cipItion de
pa rtment of Zeiigle's' Phmatmacy.
Thle mny friends of Dru. Sam Kel
l(ett will hlear withI i nterest that hi
has gone to lFountain Inn where ha
e'xpetst to open1 a drug buisiness~ at at
eruly datt. Mr1s. Kell'tt. will l:'ave it
rfew days to4 join Drt. Ke'll't~t at Fount
day nmoruning after a two we'eks (hrist
was5 holidayv. At thie chapel exercise:
Mr. H elmts imadeli ant inttr'eisting tall
on New YearIhi iue A numbe o0)4
a ,appils have bi ieen enr~olled(. Al
biuji flUirIto a suuiiessfutl term.
IS1)'t il 8 fatct 11ha BUek
w'.ht'at Cakes and Mlaph
Sy'rupJ is a ('nmbinal~ tionl ta
is har'd t) beat. euer (l' l
1 1 P2( 1 !?' l IfJ)M'
"jTANLAC CAVE ME
BACK MY STRENGTH"
"I Think It Is The Grandest Remedy,"
"LIKE A NEW WOMAN"
Piedmont Woman Says She Was So
Weak She Could Hardly Stay
Out of Bed
"Tanlac gave me back my strength
and made me feel fine in every way. I
think it is the grandest medicine in the
world and I can heartily recommend
it to anyone who suffers from the
complaints I had," was the emphatic
endorsement of the "Master Medicine"
given by Mrs. Lizzie Bryson, of Pied
mont, S. C., May 9, 1917. "When I
began taking Tanlac," continued Mrs.
Bryson, "I was so weak and broken
down I could hardly keep out of bed.
I I had no appetite, I could not rest
:.oundly and I was nervous to kill.
"The Tanlac gave me back my
health and strength, though. I soon
had a fine appetite, my nerves became
strong and steady and I felt fine in
every way. In a week the Tanlac had
me feeling like a new woman. It was
two months ago that I stopped tak
ing 'Tanlae. I certainly am glad to
give this grand remedy public en
Tanlac, the Master Medicine, is sold
by Dickson's Drug Store, Manning;
Il. W. Nettles, Jordan; Shaw & Plow
den. New Zion; Farmers' Supply Co.,
Silver, D. 0. Rhame, Summerton.
Miss Rose Ervin returned to Dar
lington on Monday, to resume her
duties in the school there.
Mr. William Wolfe has returned to
Laurens, after spending the holidays
Miss Lila Briggs of Summerton,
spent the week-end with Miss Rou
Miss Ruth Levi of Rutherfordton,
N. C., spent. the holidays with her
cousin, Miss Netta Levi.
It is reported that the Bank of
Clarendon and the First National
Bank are merging into ine institution
under the name of The First National
Bank of Manninr. Look for their an
nounceient next week in this paper.
Mr. Clarence Iseman wishes to an
nounce that he has disposed of his in
terest in the Iseman Mercantile Com
nany and has purchased the Iseman
Wholesale Grocery and will hereafter
devote his entire time to the same.
The Twentieth Century Mother's
('lnh will meet at Red Cross Room
IFriday afternoon at four o'clock. All
mmb'ers are urged to be present.
Mr. F. C. Thomas on Monday dis
posed of :is cotton holdings amount
ing to 508 bales. This big sale was
made through Mr. S. J. Smith of this
place, who represent McCabe & Co.,
the (harle:;ton exporters. The cot
ton was sold as follows: Good mid
ciling 11 %c; strict middling 41e; mid
dling 40e. 'this is the largest deal
that has been pulled through here
Mrs. D). HIirschmann and daughters,
Misses Rounette and Pearl, left Sun
<hay night for New York where they
will make their future home. Mr.
Iii sch mann will go a little later in
the yenr. The people of Manning are
sorry tose Mr'. and Mrs. Hlirschmann
ndfmily leave here as they have
nadec many friends in the twenty odd
years that they lhave been~ here. Mr.
Itlirschcmann willI still retain his busi -
ness here, leaving in charge Mr. A.
' marrow andl Mr. IF. Soegel.
I r. ande Mrs. E. P. Martin who were
narriedl on l)..comber 28 at the home
'f(the bride's brother Mr. M. M. Hayes
7 Oak Park .Reed. A sheville. N. C.
nav~e a rrivede me t he city andl for the
* resent a re cat the home of Dr. and
Xirs. .1. A. (Cole. 'Ir. Martin was for
merlyv .Miss Arinie I ayes, a populare
'"imber of th:e you ge'r soci.ty set of
.\s..evile. Dr. Mart in is fromi Due
We 1s, S. C. and is in ebar'g- of tem
Pi'(serinition)( J) p'rment at D'eksoen's
TIhe ftol1low ineg c'tudentis havye returin
i-d toe their respective colleges to re
su me t hei r stud ies for the coming
em:.Miss. Ruby Me'Elveen, Miss
lonet ni ;en:itson , Miss P'earlc Rawl inson
ande Meiss Annie Mae Mahony to Win
Iceoe; Miss Fannie .Faeme s Davis to
Fre Hra~gdoen to the Citadel; Ralplh
ung toc W~oord an Hirii nard Gih
ito the iniversit y ofl Soucth C'aro
Wedcl thIe ai t tintioln of our1 read.
": e t he :u \ivetiemen~it of the Caro(
Fica M\achineryv comny on anioehe-r
tne This ent erlerieinl - firm puri
chasedI the prop~iery of the mcagn-etoe
ryt ti inl Smtt:e and have moerved(
* hathinerc into t heir crew me
h-i Ft he fl0.00c feg of ttcr,.~c~
. e0 on . e* thFis tirm Itarm-esi acn
""">bdee :al'; and tervice rotoms inl
'eSat. The tntw locatin is just
I n'ci ' et . (. I.. (t-not ine fact
onee btlock from~ t. busC5inom peed
-lfte. ter.tRAN' cH
A NICE FAT MACKERJL
is sure fine these mornings.
Can't we send one up.
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. P. Sprott of
Foreston, S. C., announce the mar
riage of their daughter, Cora Lee to
Dr. Richard M. Pollitzer of Charles
ton, S. C.
The marriage took place at the
home of the bride's parents on Decem
ber 30th, 1919. It was a quiet wed
ling only the families of the bride
mnd groom being present. Immediate
ly after the ceremony, Dr. and Mrs.
Pollitzer left for a trip to Florida
Program of Woman's Missionary
society of M. E. Church South. Meets,
next Monday afternoon at the - home
:f Mrs. T. F. Coffey, at 4 o'clock.
Installation and Pledge Service.
Topie--"The Forces Needed for the
World's Reconstruction and Their
source in Christ." (Epesfans 1: 17-23,
Coll6ssians 1: 14-19).
Bible Lesson by Mrs. A. T. helms.
Business-Appointment of Commit
The New Stewardship. First, Pray
'r. Second Gifts.
Five minutes talk. Pledge cards
Message from the Home Base Sec
'etary. Mrs. G. L. Dickson.
Installation, of Officers by Mrs. Joe
Distribution of "New Stewardship"
caflet given to each member.
Collection of dues.
The members of the B. Y. P. U. of
.he Manning Baptist Church enter
ained the college boys and girls of
heir Union. who were home for the
3hristmas holidays, with a party at
he Baptist Church on Wednesday
light, December 31, 1919.
The spacious Sunday School room
vas decorated most tastefully with
lolly and mistletoe. About eight
hirty o'clock the guests begin to ar
-ive. Then they were kept busy by
>laying several games before com
nencing the content. The box of
andy was won by Mr. William Rich
trdson and Miss Edith Mims, and the
'hooby-prize" was won by Mr. Brad
tam and Miss Pearl Bullard-this be
ng a bottle of "catchup." After thy'
:>resentation of the prizes a deliciou
.ourse of ambrosia and cake wa
served. At twelve o'clock the church
ell was tolled and fire works shot.
l'his amusement was kept up about,
aalf an hour. Then after playing sev
ral games we went home about two
The out of town guests were Miss
Ruth Coffey of Boone, N. C. and Miss
Annie Kate Tisdale of Congaree, S.
L. The college girls and boys were
Misses Ruby McElveen, Bonnie Beat
son. Pearl Rawlinson, and Annie May
Mahoney, Messrs. Allen Hlarvin,
Glenn Iarvin, Brainard Gibson.
Charlie White and Marion Mahoney.
Miss Ruby McElveen returned to
Winthrop college Monday morning
Ifter spending the Christmas holi
lays at home.
P'resident Wilson and William Gibbs
McAdoo Will Send United
Messages to Diners.
Washington, Jan. 6.--Prospective
andidates for the Democratic nomi
iuntion for president will meet each
>ther' and possibly declare their views
rm p)ublie questions at the Jackson
lay banquet which is to conclude the
meeting of the' Democratic national
'omm ittee here Thursday.
A do'zen speakers are on the pro
gram, made public today, and they in
'lude most of those who have been
pr'omine.ntly mentioned as presidential
possibilities. Besides there will be
r'ead a message from President Wil
son p)ossihly touching o na third termi
and on the peace tre'aty and a letter
from William G. McAdoo, forme'r sec
retary of the treasury, discussing one
of the issues likely to enter into the
The banquet will be in two sections
with more than 700 gue'st~s at each.
All of those on the program will
speak at both places, however, so the
'ommittee( officials expect the oratory
to continue far int-o the night.
Of the six cities asking for the na
ional convention Kansas City was the
first to begin active work among the
ar'riving committeemen. Hleadquarters
secretar'y of the Kansas chamber of
commerce, and literature wa ds
ribunted describing the city's conven
ion hall anid hotel and rail road fa-.
'ilities. Tonig~ht the chambe'r of com
merce('I dlelega tion entertai ned at din -
ne he M11issouri membe)(rs of (con
gro(ss and vaiou cilomm'011itteemen.
Chicago, and Sain FrIancisco are ex
nertIed to beg in the ir acetive c'afpa ign s
for the conv~ention t omorr'ow. Cinocin.
natie, C'leveland anl Indianapolis also
are expct~*Ied to ask f'or' the honor.
TIwelve of the lealding figuires of t he
I )-mocr'iat ic party. including most of
h',se pr'omiinentlIy men tioned for the
v(' all the har l' wor'k (of
gl'illUI afn(I Stiff y'Oll I'saUSa
t:08 for youl.
B. B. B R E E D) I N ' S
Pure F'ond Grocerv
I We wish
tolall of ou
for the ye:
Th D.r J.e C
It happy and
iThe D. J. C
PURE PORK SAUSAGE TW(
Let us have your order for
B. B. B R EE D IN' 'S
Pure Food Grocery
presidential nomination, are on the State
list of speakers. that
Speeches will be made by the follow J. Rt
ing: William Jennings Bryan, Secre- murt
tary Daniels, Attorney General Pal- dlistr
mer, Governor Cox of Ohio, James W. struc
Gerard, former ambassador to Ger'- in ?v
many, Champ Clark of Missouri, Gov- Gove
ernor Cornwell of West Virginia, Sena step
tor Hitchcoek of Nebraska, Pomerene puini:
of Ohio, Underwoodl of Alabama and
Owen of Oklahoma and Mrs. Peter lFi:
Oleson, associated member of the na. Ame
tional committee from Minnesota. Anme
C[ASSIFI[D ADYEIISING tr
FOR SA.LE---Desirable lots on church fr
street. Rt. D. Cla'rk. 1-tf-c. fror
FOR SA LE-Nine brood sows. Some Ian,
with pigs. Sel'l cheap for immediate ""d
sale. Thomas Live Stock Co. Ite cew~
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SAIALESMA N WANTE.D-to solicit or- lan
dlers for lubricating oils, greases and with
paints. Salary or Commission. Ad- o ~
(dress The Harvey Oil Cto., Cleveland,
Ohio. 1 t-pd. port
FOR SA ILE--Thorough bred D~uroes. wvhel
Wer have several 2 months and 4 ed,
months old1 pigs for sale now, also Janu
a few Bredl Sows. See us if you
want some* real stock. We furnish
Registration Papers with our hogs.
Btaggett's D~uroe Hog Farm. See H<~
Rt. C. Haggett, Manning, S. C.---2-tf. ican
NITlRATlE O1F SOD)A--We can give~
you best prices on Nitrate. Sbhip- I
men t any timel upl to Marich 15th
1920. Ib'iggett & Bonmar, Manning,
FER. ITI .1 ZE'R We \r are nlow readly to.
quote prices on all kinds(1 of nmixed --
fe r!.iIize.(rs4, NitrteQ of Soda andl~
A grail tural Lme. See us hefore
you buy. Jtagge'tt & I50mar, Mann
10OR SA\1.'-.-N Nine brood sows. Sonme
withI pigs. Sell chea p for immed iate
rsal,. Tlhomias. live Stock Co. Ite
I amt in a pos itioni to nego'. ate ai i~ o.
few. )~( m idium size~d loanfs oni mortgatges sehIl
Fred [.esesne, aill
A tto enl cv.
to express our
r friends and ct
ry generous pe
us during the p
ish you one ai
umter, S. C.
KILLED B YMEXICANS
?nced to Two Month's Imprison- h:
ment by Mexican Court
For Fighting '
ishington, Jan. G.-Receipt by the
Department late today of advices
two more American oil men, F.
mey and Earl Bowels, had been
lered by Mexicans in the Tampico
ict of Mexico was followed by in
tions to .the American embassy E
exico City to urge the Mexican d
rnment to take every possible fr
to bring about the capture and '"
hment of the mrrderers. to0
rst word of the killing of the two
ricans, which brought the total of at
rican citizens murdered in the
pico district since April, 1917, up"
a~ineteen, reached Washington f
igh private sources. Later the cc
Department announced the re- C
of similar advices.
e State Department also was in
ed during the (lay in a report
the American consul at Mazat- "m
Mexico, that Harry V. Leonard d
Harry 0. Martin members of the
of the United States submarine
er Pocomoke, arrested in Mazat- ir
N4ovember 12 after a street fight
a Mexican, had been sentenced
vo months' imprisonment. 'rhe re
said, however, that as the sen
dlated back to November 12,
the two bluejackets were arrest
heir release should have been
Tlwo American Killed
>ustonl, Texas, Jan. 6.--Two A mer -
emp~loyes of the International
wift Premnium and King
3 Reliable Hams at Ii
B. B Rt E E D) I N ' S
Pure FoodI Grocery
- Mrs. E. C. Nettles A
F'ourtleeni st andard un its high schoy
history, s~ cnce and pe~"nmanship.
Students for Winthrop and Clemit
Thorough ground intg Raidi~ pi
nle yeart than otherwise~ ini two. 'I
Ia rsh i ps are ofred by Winthropin, C
University forn which special coachi
TFerm hegins .nnunr ryi, 19'0.
id all a
DON'T RUN THE RISK
burning your smoke
>use and losing your meat
hen Figaro Liquid smoke
3ed on your meat will give
ie best results.
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