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Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1920
Mr. Covert Plowden is ill at his
home with pneumonia.
Mr. R. 11. Gamble of Turbeville has
moved to Andrews.
Mr. Frank Barron of Charleston is
a business visitor to Manning this
Mr. S. C. Williams has been ap
pointed census enumerator for the
town of Manning.
Rev. K. M. Addison, colored, of
Pinewood is census enumerator for
The concrete is being placed in our
streets, and if the material can he
had it will not be long before we will
be riding on citified streets.
Dr. Jme Mellowell. formerly of
Manning, but for the past twenty
year; a praeleii ing physician of York,
is a natient in the tubercular hospital
Ther' has been installed in the
Methodi;t church two warm air fur
naces of special design . The church
is now comfortably w: rm. The in
stallation was made by Mr. I. F. Hill.
I will he at the following places on
the dat is named to take returns of
personal property. 4 -50' penalty for
failure to make returns.
Paxville M onday, Jainuary 19.
Pinewood Tuesday. .1:nuary 20.
Pinewood Wednesday, .1anuary 21.
C. W. Browns Store Thursday, Jan
Sunnerton Friday, .January 23.
St. Paul Saturday, January 24.
The Cross Roads MI onday. Jan. 2(i.
Davis Station Tuesday, Jan. 27.
Jordan Wednesday, Jan. 28.
Mrs. E. C. Nettles
Fourteen standard units high seh
tics, history, science and penmanship.
lege. Students for Winthrop and (Cle
tion. Thorough grounling R:apid
im one yearl than otherwise in two.
scholairships are oIered by Winthrop,
lina University for which special coac
Term begins January 5, 1920.
Submit your Heal
9i while here. I cut
Stion in half.
| I. F.
St. M~irks at H. A.., Alabrooks,
Thursday, Jan. 29.
Foreston Friday, Jan. 30
Wilson Mill Saturday, Jan. 31,
Midway, Barrows Mill, Monday
Sandy Grove, W. D. McFaddens,
Tuesday Feb. 3rd.
Turbeville, Wednesday, Feb. 4th.
New Zion Thursday, Feb. 5th.
Ilarmony, A. R. Chandlers, Friday
Plowdens Mill, Alcolu, Monday Feb.
Andrew P. Burgess,
STATE OF SOUTIl CAROLINA,
Home Bank & Trust Company, Plain
Minnie E. Morris, Maizic Ilodge, An
drew Morris, Ezra Morris, Tal
madge Morris, Perry Morris, Pearl
Morris, Beulah, Morris, Corinna
Morris. Edgar. Morris, Louise Mor
ris and Lillie Morris, Defendants.
Jnder and by virture of a Judgment
Order of the Court of Common Pleas,
in the above stated action to me
directed, bearing date of January 10th,
1920, 1 will sell at public auction, to
the highest bidder for cash, at Clar
endlol Court House, at Manning. in
said County, within the legal hours O
for jiudicial sale:, on Monday the 2nd
av of February, 1920, being salesday,
the tollo wingio describe real estate: I
"All that piec,, parcel or tract of.
land lving. brin"- and situate in the
said State and County, and containing
one hundred and three and ono-half
(1083%.') acr'es. and haunded as follows,
to wit: North by lands of W. P.
Baker; East by .James 11. Morris;
South by lands of J. L. Barrow, and
.1. II. Mori:,, and West, by lands of
E. B. Gamble. Sherilf,
.January 10, 1920.
FOR SALE--Several full blooded
Rhode Island Red, and Plymouth
Rock cockrells eight months oldh
Phone No. 4, P. O. Box 188, Mann
ing, S. C. 1t-pd.
LONG CIO''H , 35e and 4t0e quality
at 29e. HI. D. Dubrow.
>ol l:ngli:sh, French, Latin, Iathema
'Thorough preparation for any col- -
nson win honors. Individual instruc- I
progress. Students accomplish more
Tuition, 30 weeks, $15. Beneficiary
Clemson, the Citadel and South Caro
iing will be given for competitive ex
ing problem to me
the coal consump
FOR SALE-Desirable lots on church N
street. R. D. Clark. 1-tf-c. *
FOR SALE-Thorough bred Durocs.
We have several 2 months and 4
months old pigs for sale now, also
a few Bred Sows. See us if you
want some real stock. We furnish U
Registration Papers with our hogs. *
Baggett's Duroe Hog Farm. See
R. C. Baggett, Manning, S. C.-2-tf.
l'OBACCO SEED t Dickson's Drug U
ITRATE OF '0)A-We can give
you best prices on Nitrate. Ship
ment any time up to March 15th
1920. Baggett & Bomar, Manning,
S. C. N
kPPLICATIONS for admission to
the spring term of The Florence
Infirmary Training School for
Nurses are invited. Thorough
course, covering all branches of
nursing. Three year term. One N
hundred percent of graduates have
passed State Board of Medical Ex
amno'rs. For information address:
The Florence Infima ry, Florence,
S. C- 2-8t.
,OST--One bay horse mule has ben
missing since lastid iitlay. Blind in
both eyes. Finder notify A rthur
Montgomery, Manning. I t
TilTSON HATS, staple blacks anlj
fancy shapes, all colors at $5.55 and
$16.10. II. I). Du brow.
'OR SALE-One five passenger six
cylinder ear, in perfect con lition, m
run less than 1500 miles, will trade
for smaller car or sell cheap for
cash. Reason for selling. wart
smaller car. Address .P. . 130
361 Manning, S. C. It-I
.OS'---One dark chestnut colore-'
horse at Olivers store on Santee
last 'Thursday night January 8th.
Return to II. A. Ilowen.' It-p
OW is t;e time to sow your t+'.c'
beds, if you want to make the big
gf'st crop you eve'r mat' plan t th''
Perkins Seed. l)ickson Drug Store.
)U'INGS, heavy weight quality, at
II. I). Dub"ow.
11 AN'!' the Perkin's tohacco s1e d ifa
you w:nt qUantit v and quality. this
tolcco makes 2000 I-tn'dsa to acre
)icksoin )rug Store.
,A'I'E;'' CUiEA'l'IONS in ladies' hih
grmde silk crene d chine and -or
gette waists, at 40 per cent off. 11.
'WOULD PAY 100
IT" SAYS BAILEY
Atlanta Man Says 'That He 4
Feels Like a New Man Al
Since Taking Ferrolax
"I wouldn't, take a hundred dol
firs for this hottle of Ferrelax if I -
:new that I woult not he able to by =
nore of it" sai i l r. 1. 11. Bailey, who
ives at 328 West Peacht ree St., At
anta, Ga.. the other day.
"I honestly believe that Ferrol ax is
he best m)1eicine1 on earth." continued E
O'l. ltailey, "and it, would do my heart
-otodl to meet face to face with ('very
eldy who suffers as I did nd(l t-'ll thtem
ghat a blessing this wonderful mied -
ine has been to ne. I was so run
own and had such pootr blood that I
-iuldl hardilv get abhout. Tlhien to(I I
aye been hot hered with s onmachI
roubhle. a'ol wonl have severe pain
nl the smuo Io(f myv hack right over my 5i
itnevs. When I stonoped over I coul
mrlytl st rai'hten til again. No miedi
ine or treatmlent. seemie dIo, give mie
myv relief at all anid I waus gradluallyx
settIing we-i ker all the Iimoe.
"Ten I heard1 abtot IF1errolax andi
lie gootd it was dtog sto many neople
md( dlet Ied to give it a trial1. BeforC
batd fin ishetd my first. linttle I begancii
o) niek un iightI aloe r and nowx SinICe
akin'r abouit thr'ee bottles of it this
ledti''in. I am'1 as wvellI and striong a
Ixi' ev e a in mv life'. I dont know
whlatI it is to sti r with lind1igestionl
mdt st omach trouble, and I ami never --
litheretd with that Pain in oy hack.
I'll Mt thl e weri that Ferriolay i.
'r''at medtiC'inO, and1( will do all Ithat. is
'laimed for it.
Get a bottle at this store t oday.
Fake it accordini g to dircections andl if
t dloes not do you the good you want
-omein'~ and ge't you' money ba(ck.
Yttr tbIrec wordI is go'odi (enou1gb ftor
.1s. \Vat ch for It' next issue (If this
pa per andt see what F'errola x is doing -
'orio CtiC'rs. ad~v.
Write fx 920Catlo
it ri .I ito e m ne t
in 1rua in a o t l'- Ia ln
T.. W. WOOD & SONS.
SEUDMN, .. Richmnond, Vc . I
ve on hand be
0 Suits and
we carrid on<
Suits are pric(
10. They are
nd mostly co
ASerges as lo
vant a good si
I. Chandler (
Sumter, S. C.
he School Aud
At 8 O'clock.
e Manning Board of Trad<
reland. fa'mous for their plaini
as one of the~ features of an e
'ogr am openIs with a village s<
omprise the compan~fy are ap
my sketch is another feature (:
on Lassies in the A. E. F. is e
>f the concert is devoited to th
s. This is a feature which n
playlet, a comp~lete sketch p
'ogram which will help to mnak
gram, both from the vocal an
ied and artistic mannier.
n is aIs follows: Ad(ulls,
iould fail to atten
If you z
The songs of 11
ed by The Colleens
The Colleens pi
young ladIies who<
A Salvation Ar
w Xork of the Salvati
Another part <
the standlard1 opera
other part of the pi
full of variety andl
T he entire prIo
pre sented in a finisi
No one si
.:.itwe e n 125
v as $22.50.
j it or over
:lothing' Co. -
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