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Published Every Wednesday f
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1920
Capt. W. C. Davis is a business visi
tor to Columbia today.
It's now time to pay your town M
Now is the time to get that tobacco
bed in shape. f<
Mr. Sam Tift of Columbia was a s<
business visitor to Manning this c<
Miss Katie Clark of Columbia spent C
the week-enda with relatives in Mann- c
The indications now are that tobac
co will sell higher the coming season
than ever before. b
Material is being placed on the
ground for the erection of the home 11
of Mr. S. L,. Davis.
Mr. J. G. I Ilggin.; has been elected
town clerk to succeed Mr. E. 1. Brown,
Lieutenant Ingram Vilson of Fort P
McPherson spent the week-end with
his parent in Manning.
There will be an oyster supper in
the Paxville school building Friday
night, January 2:3. The public is in
Mrs. J. 1. M1arvin who has been
critically ill in a Richmond sanitarium
has returned to her home near sun
mortoii, is miuchi improved in health. sI
Mr. E. B. Brown has resigned his di;
position as town clerk, and accepted
ai position as trav ing representative
for a fertilizer concern.
Mrs. Moses Cohen of Eutawville he
and * Mrs. Isaac Cohen of St. Mat- N
thews is visiting at the home of N
Mrs. Morris Ness. _l
Mrs. E. C. Alshrook spent last th
Saturday in Colunhia with her daugh- Ii(
ter, Mrs. A. Forest Fowler and Sun- of
day in Caniden with her brother, Dr.
i,. W. Nettles, returning home ;'cn- m
day night. fr
We call special attention to the in
statement made by the Home Bank a
& Trust Co. in another column re- m
gardin gthe Maanning cotton market. "t
They give the figures and it shows
Manning to lead all other markets.
Messrs. S. J. Smlith, 13. A. Weinl
her,; J. II. Rigb~v andti 1 I. Appelt
traveled over to \larian county Mon
dlay nrosnecting for a camp site on
the Pee Dee river. h11ey purchased 1
one of the nroo t iest. landings on this I
stream. M'ack Rich, Ma no ing's I
famous chef accompanied the party.
Thy ('arojlina c(oach Lines will
m:k' solcial trils to 'oeallo for si
dIancinlt and -wimming parties Thurs- h(
da night. 'I'e trip will not he taken su
nles six l)ersons have booked pas
snLe. 'The, rounld trip fare will be
$l.50. \lake tarrai,'ements at Dr.
T)ixons I )rung Stot before noon
You know that piire cream
is a rich article, well Heinz
Crean of Tonuto Solp i t
made out of the best tomna-- Q
toes and( l'eal (cream I. I9o not
conifuse this with "add( hot~ '
P urte Food1 Grotcerv -
t11( l'10eniN Xl10ur1 Al ills
Pansy Plaina F
I ansy Ilu s epe
sac wII ni, Pm-an
'he best drink. Chase &
anborn's Seal Brand Cof
L. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery
Mr. Morris Ness has returned home
rom the St. Louis dry goods market,
'here he went to look the situation
ver for his Spring trade.
Some of the material has arrived
>r the "White Way." The posts are
ping placed in the ground, and as
>on as the cable comes work will
The Thomas-Weatherford Motor
ompany have taken the agency in
larendon for the Stephens Salient
ix automobile. Read their advertise
ent on another page.
The friends of Mr. R. C. Wells will
i pleased to learn that he has im
roved very much since going to the
ispital in Charleston, and expects to
>me home this week.
There will be a mass meeting in the
terest of the cause of prohibition at
o \l anning Mlethodist church at 7:30
hursday night; .1anuary 22. A good
rogram is promised, and all are in
ted to be present.
ir. Carl Keels, a former employee
The Ierald Publishing Company of
is place, spent several hours here
nesday renewing acquaintanceships. I
r. Keels is now located in Philadel
The main streets of Manning have
'en turned into grazing grounds for
veral lots of pigs the past week or
We wonder if any other place be
rIo Manning would tolerate this con
lEl"S FINISH THE JOB
We have prohibition as far as it can
secured by an amendment to the
at ional Constitution. But obvious
to every thinking man and woman
mi slat ion against and actual annihi
lion of any evil are not the same
ing. As long as the unscrupulous
uor men have millions of gallons
liquor in their possession, one may
poet them to use every means no
atter how illegial or corrupt to
ustrate the law and the will of the
ajority of the people. The liquor
terests are just getting in trim for
hard fight to build up public senti
ent in their favor and to take the
eeth" out of the act of congress
For Field and Garden
(;, t our free ratal,,. which tells
ont thy li-st u i''ti' s of 4nI n
eds--fr t li e i se . ile:ming an
ip~ping - -wha:1 lilebi seats toI1:11 pln t f r
amy yiels of grain or hay--which to
w furi) abundant pasturage.
c hoice strains of the best varietes,
--eh, nted aIndlI lste l for rm1.1ination
\\'riti fr 1: Iadao "\V'ooll's Cro-p
lii~ li ie \. .\ dla fr'o,
.W WO & SONS
OtCHMOND, - -- - - VIRGINIA
'llts Ill Mannillg fby all bran
.We Splecialize in
rour, Phoenix, I~
ie Self Rising Flo
al 0 l 0 i' ol'i ILS Str'engt h a
tH'Il xai'llv the ai a
sfutl ba~king' at all I tm's, t h
)lls ('HieS, SU'(, :?fd insist tIlaW
''' tiS \d. 10 ' 1H l v ,\ )
?A ires In 4')10
To those who like real
true blue Pork Sausage we I
would like to have you try
some that we make in our
sanitary market. We feel
sure that you will like them
too, we use only the choicest
pork in them.
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery
;ceking to inforce the Eighteenth
Amendment. Shall the friends of pro
iibition back off the field and allow;
hem undisputed possession ?
The Anti-Saloon League of Ameri
a and the Woman's Christian Ten
erance Union have been the two
reatest champions of prohibition in
iur country. The passage of the |
[ ighteenth Amendmenc was largely||
tue to their untiring efforts. The for-||
ner of these organizations is in the
nilst of a nation wide drive for funds
o withst:nd the liquor men and to.
'urther extend the cause of prohibi
ion in this and other countries. It
s asking Clarendon county for $7,
00.00. Let us stand by this faithful |
ervant of the people and help finish |
All the friends of prohibition are
nvited to a mass meeting at the
Manning Mlcthodist church at 7:30
'hursday night, January 22. Good
peakers will be on hand and it is
ioped that the attendance will be I
.J. A. Easley,
County Chairman Anti-Saloon
The Manning Civic League held its
irst meeting of the New Year on
londay afternoon, with nineteen
tembers present. After having had
recess since the November meeting, i
II members present were ready and I
nxious that our work for the year be I
tarted up at once, and with vim and l
etermination that the year 1920 shall
e a good one in every department, all
ommittees signified their intention of i
tarting to work at once. The mem- I
ership of the League was increased I
t this meeting by twenty-five, which
hows how the interest in the league
s broadening. and with the assistance
f these additional twenty-five new
nembers, the league is in a position I
o make great strides along every |
inc of work it takes up.
Mrs. T. M. M.ouzorn, reported the
iew play ground fixtures, completed
ndt being very much enjoyed by the
o''nger children of th" town.
It was decided to have an honorary I
niembcrship rdl!, c:msisting of the I
PALM OLIVE SOAP
10c a cake.
f. B. BLRE E DIN'S
Pure Food Grocery
NOTICE OF DISCHIAlRGE
I will apply to the .Judge of Pro
ate for Clar'ndon County. on the 2:3
ay of February 1920. :1 II o'clock a.
n. for i.etf.ers of )ischairge as admiin
strator of the e tate of fJoe Hurgess
It. ). .Mc laddin.
Sardinia, S. ('., Jan. 19. 1920--pd.
ie? The best minee meat
hbat you ever' saw is Heinz's.
an't we send you up) someI?
B. H. B RE E 1)1 N 'S
Pure Food Grocery
et ail !
(ds of flour u I ou t bL y'
led Rose and
.IThat is why we cani
se."' No maltte how
ansy. Try it at oJur
nee. If you \want the
wvhitest andt lightest
Iouri, 0only the h ig.hest1
und)( is caretIfullyV blndl
or IWD~~n INSE.l()lC
If you wa
coat at a
is your o]
a The D. J.
ien of our town, who care to co
>perate with the women workers of
mid for the beauty and sanitation of
mr "City Beautiful," which roll was
;tarted off by having ten gentlemen
'olunteer for membership, which was
nite an incentive to the membership
onmittee; which committee will be,
rey active in the near future. The
rollowing oflicers and committees
were appointed for the ensuing year:
President, Mrs. J. A. Weinberg; 1st.
ire. president, Mrs. J. H. Orvin; 2nd.
ice president, MArs. I. I. Appelt; 3rd.
'ice praesidlent, Mrs'. J. 1f. Rigby; 4th.
vice president, Mrs. C. H. Geiger; See.
amd T'reasuarer, Miss Irama H1. WVein
Enit erta inmntai- Mras. Leon Wei n.
aerg. Mr's. .J. A. C'ole, Mras. R. E.
Braoadwvay, M~Irs. Ed~( Reardon, Miss
I nuey Wilson.
(Court I louse. --Mrs. TI. M . M~ouz',ona
Mr s. I". P. fBurgess, Mlrs. II. J1. Bomuar,
You wvill like a Pumpkin
Pie if it's madIe out of White
R~ose Selected Canned P~ump1
kin. Put one on the table
md~( you wvill put y'our hubby
in a fine humor.
H. 11. R E EDIIN 'S
Pure FoodI Grocery
~ S. W. BARRON
on hand b
e carrid on
its are pric(
i mostly cc
ant a good s
Sumter, S. C,
Mrs. Tom Nimmer.
Street Sanitation--Mrs. E. L.
kins, Mrs. II. L. Crouch, Mrs.
trude Sistrunk, Mrs. C. IR. Spr<
Play and School Grounds-Mi
S. Ervin, Mrs. A. T. Helms, Mi
1. larvin, Mrs. W. T. Lesesne.
Ilarvin, Miss Janie Wilson, Mrs.
Breedin, Mrs. Joe W. Rigby.
Depot-M rs. Geo. Williams, M
B. Breedin, Mrs. Alma Bradley,
S. O. O'Bryan.
IHealth Charity and .Tail-Mrs.
HarrIonl, Mrs. A. S. Biriggs, Mrs.
Bradhani, M'rs. .Jno. WV. I leriot.
II ome Econie~~is-M rs. .J. II[. (
Chairumn; Mrs. David Levi, M
0. ichardsoni, M rs. J1. A. Cole.
I will he at the following placW
lie dlates named to take retur
personall propPerty. A r607, pl)Cl
failulre to make r'eturns.
C. WV. Briowns Store Tlhursday
Suammerton F'ridlay Jianuary:
St. Paul Sa turday, ,January
Tlhe Cross Roads5 Monday, Jani
D~avis Station Tuesday, .Jan.
-101rdo1 Wed nesday. .1an. 28.
St. Marks at II. A. Alsb
Tlhursday, ,Jani. 29.
Foreston Friday Jan. 30.
Wilson M~lill Saturday, Jan.|
-ow May Be '1
(catty & I1
Manning, S. C.
9 a U
tween 125 0
e or more M
.d at $22.50
good pat- M
w as $22.50
uit or over
w i dw-y FeB1 arrows Mill, Monday
Gr-' Sandy Grove, W. D). MlcFaddens,
s. E. Turbeville, Wednesday, Feb. 4th.
s. S. New ZLion Thursday, Feb. 5th.
L. H.Fbarmony, A. Rt. Chandlers, Friday
J. K. Plowdens Mill, Alcolu, Monday Feb.
s5. B- Andrew P. Burgess,
Mrs. County Auditor.
3. Eyet ExmiedG2ss50ie