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Entered at the Postoffice at Mar
Appelt & Shope
Subscription Rates $2.00
MANNING, S. C., WEDNEE
-Charter No. 11155
REPORT OF CONI
At Manning in the State of S
of business on Dec
1. a' Loans and discount, including rt
cept those shown in b and c) ...
*Total loans .. -- .. .. ..
2. Overdrafts, unsecured, $4.50 . .
5. U. S. Government securities owned
a Deposited to secure circulation (U
par value).. . . . .
f Owned and unpledged _...
h War Savings Certificates and Thri
Total U. S. Government securit
6. Other bonds, securities, ete:
e Securities, other than U. S. bonds
stocks,) owned and unplIedged -
Total bonds, securities, etc., oth
7. Stocks of Federal Reserve Bank (5C
9. a Value of banking mu'e, owned am
10. Furniture and fixtures
12. Lawful reserve with Federal Reser"
14. Cash in vault and net amounts due
16. Exchanges for clearing house .....
Total of Items 13, 14, 15, 10, n
10. Redemption fund with U. S. Treast
from U. S. Treasurer
22. Captial stock paid in
23. Surplus fund
24. a Undivided profits-..
28. Circulating notes outstanding --
31. Net amounts due to banks, bankers,
(other than included in Items 29 or
33. Cashier's checks on own bank out:
Total of Items 30, 31, 32 and
Demand deposits (other than bank d
to Reserve (deposits payable wit'
34. Individual deposits subject to check
38. Dividends unpaid ..
Total of demand deposits (other th
deposits) subject to Reserve, Iter
36, 37, 38, and 39.--..
Time. deposits subject to Reserve (p.
subject to 30 days or more notice,
40. Certificates of deposit (other than f<
Total of time deposits subject I
40, 41, 42, and 43 .
54. Liabilities other than those above st
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, Count
I, R. C. Baggett, Cashier of the ab
that the above statement is true to the 1
Subscribed and sworn to before me
W. C. DAVIS,
L. H1. IIARVIN,
G. T. FLOYD,
BLEA CII. former price 30c, now 22%c1
at H. I). Dubrow. t
o .J. namr t by
ING TIME S
ning as Second-Class Matter.
per year in Advance
DAY, JANUARY 14, 1920
Reserve District No. 5
ITION OF THE
outh Carolina, at the close
ernber 31, 1919.
---- ---------- $184,637.29
- -------- ....$41,000.00
Et Stamps actually
2r than U. S. ...-----..$34,500.00
per cent of subscription-....$900.00
- $ 5,614.65
-.. ---.--- ---.............. $3,274.40
from national banks .._..$70.960.45
- -- - - -- --$7,711.22
id 17 --------$78,671.67
rer and due
- - - - -..------$1,250.00
- - -........... 5,000.00
- $ 994.73
---- -------------- -$24,300.00
and trust companies
30) ------- -- ------------$1,038.68
tanding ------ ----------$2,823.25
in 30 dlays):
..- - ... -- . - 3074- $7,000.00
is 34, 35,
yable after 30 days, or
and postal savings):
r money borrowed) ..-..$31,984.42
o Reserve, Items
y of Clarendon, ss.
ove named bank, do solemnly swear
>est of my knowledge and belief.
R. C.BAGGETT, Cannier.
this 13th day of January, 1920.
4D LESESNE, Notary Public.
Mrs. JT. W. Barton is spending some
me with relatives in Denmark.
I T ALK abot
is geared t
I that just Iavis
every man game enough
tidy red tin and a jimmy p
.Get it straight that wha
pipe or cigarette makin's si
in P. A. That's because
You can't any more make I
ngue or parch your throat thai
ink when he's off the water!i
t by our exclusive patented pr<
You just lay back like a reguki
e cards and wonder why in s
::tion in the P. A. smokepastur
Buy Prince Albert ever., u'here' tobacce
tidy red tins, handsome pound and hala
-that clever, practica' pound crystal
moistener top that keeps the tobacco
J. Reynoldls Toacco C.,
Gave Much Aid
"All My Ailments Have Been Reliev.
ed," She Says
HAD SU(FFERED MUCH,
Declares She is Glad to Recommend
Tanlace as a "Fine Tonic"
"When I had taken the first bot
tle of Tanlac I was in much better
health generally and all my ailments
had been relieved," declared Mrs.' M.
J. Casey, of 30 Kenedy street Spar
tanburg, S. C., in a statement describ
ing painful ailments with which she
suffered, and telling of the great im
provement Tanlac quickly made in her
3ondition. Mrs. Casey's statement
"I suffered from stomach trouble
and I just felt badly all over," said
Mrs. Casey. "I was tired and no ac
:ount all the time. My appetite had
about elft me and it was seldom that
ever could find anything to eat that
[ really wanted. Everything I ate
curt me, too, and' after meals I felt
puffed up about my stomach. I had
teartburn also. In fact, I nearly
>urnt up with it. That ailment was 1
"Frequently I had dizzy spells and
teadaches. My general health was
)al. I knew I needed sonic kind of
nedicine, but it seemed that I just
!ould not find what I needed. At
ast I decided to try Tanlac. The
nedicine gave me quick results, and
[ certainly can praise Tanlac for the
way it improved my health.
'When the first bottle was taken I
,vas in much better health generally
md all my ailments had been reliev
(l. It gave me a good appetite and
ielped that heartburn right away. I
im glad to recommend Tanlac, for it
a such a fine medir'ne, and I will get
nore, of it if I ever need it again."
Tanlac, the Master Medicine, is sold
by Dickson's Drug Store, Manning;
[I. W. Nettles, Jordan; Shaw & Plow
len, New Zion: Farmers' Supply Co.,
Silver, D. 0. Rhame, Summerton.
When the body lecinan to stiffen
and ynovement b oros' pairiful it
is usually an indication tlat the
kidneys are out of cder. Keep
these org-iris healthy by taking
The world's standard remedy for kidney,
liver, bladder and uric Acid troubles.
Famous since 1696. Take regularly and
keep In good health. In three sizes, all
druggists. Guaranteed as represented.
Look for the name Gold Model on overy boa
and accept no iaitation
it smokes, Prince Albert
o a joyhandout standard
:hes smokehappiness on
to make a bee line for a
ipe--old or new
t you've hankered for in
nokes you'll find aplenty
P. A. has the quality I
'rince Albert bite your
Syou can make a horse
Bite and parch are cut
tr fellow and puff to beat
amh ill you didn't nail a
e longer than you care
is. sold. Toppy red bag.,
Spound tin haumido re-and
glass humidor with sponge
in such perfect condition.
Winston.SalaIm. N. C'
fertilisers, NitratE ;o B Soa at
Agricultural Lime 0ee us befoi
you buy. Baggett Boiar, Mani
lng, S. C.
NOTICE IS HE1%EBY GIVEN: tlii
the books of'Registration of the Tow
of Manning will be opened at my 'o:
flee, over the Bank of Manning froi
January 1, 1920 to and includin
January 17, 1920.
All persons, not previously register
ed, desiring to vote at the specia eleo
tion to be held on February 2, 192
must obtain a registration certificate
All persons registered for the lai
election are not requii'ed to re-regh
S. Marion Williams,
Supervisor of R-gistration of' tli
Manning, S. C., Dec. 29, 1919.
tHE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Clarendon
By J. M. Windham Probate Judge:
Whereas Jacob Johnson made sui
:o me to grant him Letters of Ad
rnihistration of the Estate and effect
>f Diliwood Johnson.
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
nonish all and singular the Kindre
lnd Creditoro of the said Dillwoo
Johnson deceased, that they be an
tppear before me, in the Court c
Probate, to be held at Manning o
he 29th day of January next, afte
)ublication hereof, at 11 o'clock in th
orenoon, to show cause, if any the
ave, why the said Administratio
hould not be granted.
Given under my hand this 10th da
)f January Anno Domini 1920.
J. M. Windham,
d. Judge of Probate.
Cars of Character
SUMTER, S. C,
We noticed in
ment on the imj
now giving the y
pliments in whit
It is our inteni
vic, but owing t
time yet, .before
As for sanita
We serve nothir
We keep dail3
orders at any ti
ly$ :E' H eer of : JaMksg n4 Ii'
d F1b is eti -m e mother, Mrs. I
d L. Logan in Mianing.
- APRON CH CK8 Ginghams at H. I
the Manning Times a few is
rovement of our place andi
eople. We have also, had se
hwe appreciate and feel pro
ion to continue to improve in;
o the fact that we have to do e
painting, ourself, we find the
we wvill have everything as a
ry condition, our place is op~
ig but the purest and best tha
r, Norfolk Oysters and will b
me, just phone 241.
y, JIJ T ;Ii I ' a a' t $OQ OOG' Rp
Marv- Cedar 8hIingleo, Airy, a~
wishing .to bu soma of tlIus,
- shingles had beat come in a
b. or they' are all sold. 4
OK for the
ad package, but
an eye out
for the name
name is Your pro
rn against inferior
tions. Just as the
d package is pro
)n against impurity.
r Seated Tight
sues past a compHi
:he service we are
veral personal comn
appearance and ser
LIl the work, such as
it it will -.ake some
v.e want it.
en for inspection..
it cain be bought.
Bgilado in1 youras