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MANNING, S. C., WEDI
On every hand there is an insist
league of nations be disposed. of in
Everywhere you turn you hear
petual assininity of our governmen
The patience of the American pc
of being held up to the ridicule of
politicians whose chief aim in officia
at each other.
Our men in the trenches took the
Our representatives in Washing
buck passing and are humiliating t
It is time for a final ruling on ti
to be made.
There is no reason under the sir
the Teutonic nations.
No reasonable person can object
tions with reservations which protec
There is every reason in the wor
trance and take the definite action
All intelligent people know that
-ino, and that only prompt and de
stabalize the situation.
All Europe knows that the crass
.d to bolshevism this country has e'
Either the white house and the
a reasonable compromise on the leag
to the people, or they are not.
If they have the brains necessar;
should take final action at once. If t
ing their obligations to the people, tl
There is not a man in Washing
not be replaced by another man jest
fact pernaanent lodgnent under their
and for the country as a whole.
We can put up with a reasonab
braying in Washington, but perpetua
Get busy, or get out!
SUNSET ON THE SANTEE
4Written after a visit to old Wright'
Blutl;, once an important river port
now a bleak, wind-s'w cpt deserter
In years gone by, a child care-free,
Watched a sunset on Santee,
Thrilled by stories often told,
Of the patriots brave and bold,
-low Sumter swam the broad Santee
Try a can of Lord
If it don't pleacs yoi
fund your' money.
We are agents for' Bo
c ry Co., Florence, S. C.
Severy day 15 cents.
OrderY some fresh P
irmade by our elec'tric mi
IEvaa1'ted Pr I~iunes,
pies, Apricots. Nice
We have some fine P1
l to offer this week.
IDon't forget to ord(er
4by's Cake-it's fine.
A full line at all tir
Live and D)resed Poutit
Just reCceived a nic
Norfolk Select O~ye
Fish to arrive ever
Trout, Redl Bass (for hi
TelephJ1)fon your or'
Manning as Second-Class Matter.
2.00 per year in Advance
[ESDAY, JANUARY 21, 192(
ent demand that the peace treaty and the
some caustic remark concorni g the per
tal and senatorial representatives in the
ople is exhausted. They are time weary
the civilized world by a little bunch of
I life appears to be that of maki'ng faces
bit in their teeth and covered themselves
ton are mired in a sea of inaction and
e nation which permits them to misrep
e peace treaty and the league of nations
why peace should not be concluded with
to an endorsement of the league of na
t the legitimate interests of the United
ld why the senate should come out of its
for which we have been waiting these
Europe today is again a seething vol
finite action by the United States can
stupidity at Washington is the greatest
enate are mentally capable of effecting
ue of nations which would be acceptable
r for the performance of this duty, they
hey are mentally incapable of discharg
icy should resign and go home.
bon public life of either party who can
as good, and the sooner they give this
hats the better it will be for themselves
le amount of bluffing, fourflushing and
I assininity has quite lost its charm.
To join with Light Horse Harry Lee,
And Marion's ro' gh-hewn tower arose
Like magic to dismay his foes.
And the wee girl standing there,
Sni ixgiiht kissing auburn hair,
tchivi vel ow water roll
Onward to its distant goal.
In fancy heard the old Santee
Proudly sing, "The nation's free!"
Sunset splendors once again
L.ight the river, field, and plain,
N'S Grocery I
. Cwe w1iii re
ydl Russ Bak
Fresh Bread Ferry's
('anut [Butter' Egg~s, But
11 30ec pound. fast Bacon.
I~ea'he, ~ ~- National
' I fresh every
fancy larg~e -________
someTI of Cor'- Woods Poi
nies, Western and Native Meati
r'y at all times.
e lot of Fat Hens.
;ters, 75c quart.
y Friday, such as Spanish MacI
lers, and they will be gratefull;
A LDE R MA N'S
2(0 Stores In One
MANNING, . C.
South Carolina proud and 'grands
Rescued from, a plupiing band
By the superhuman tilit,
Led by Hampton, firm and right.
From the vast assemblage there,
- Songs of victory, cheer on cheer,
Echoed o'er the waters wide.
- Steamboat whistles shrieked in pri<
While the crimson sunset skies
Offered evening sacrifice.
And the maiden standing there,
Sunlight gilding auburn hair,
Watching yellow water roll,
} Onward to its distant goal,
In fancy heard the old Santee
Singing, "South Carolina's free!"
Sped the years, there came a cry,
Over ocean billows high,
"Conje help us check the foe's advan
Or (lie for liberty-and France."
Undaunted by the mine-laid main,
Prowling sea wolves lurked in avin,
Our country crossed it without fear
And answered, "Lafayette, we a
On a crumbling river pier,
Stands the maid of yesteryear,
Boats of commerce sailed away
Auburn tresses ti.ened to gray.
In the purple curtained west,
As the sun sinks to his rest,
Angel fingers now unroll
Names upon a mighty scroll,
Those who to check the driving mas
With life blood wrote, "They shall n<
Who paid the nrice in God their trus
Who sleep in France, "dust unto dust.
Above the clouds dart high, and higl
Tongues of sacrificial fire
Onward, yellow water, roll,
Onward to your distant goal,
Sing in triumnh, 0 Santee,
'The world is free! The world is free!
-Mrs. Samuel J. Clark.
Manning, S. C.
TOBACCO SEED t Dickson's Drul
NITRATE OF SODA-We can giv
you best prices on Nitrate. Ship
ment any time up to -March 15t]
1920. Baggett & Bomar, Manning
FIVE YEAR LOANS on farm lands
Interest 6 and 7 per cent. Jno. G
Dinkins, Attorney, Manning, S. C.
LOST-One Decepiber 27th, Crean
colored cow from my place at Jor
dan. Reward for her return. Doi
Williams, Jordan, S. C. 1t-p
PLANT the Perkin's tobacco seed i
you want quantity -id quality, thi
tobacco makes 2000 pounds to aciE
Dickson Drug Store.
TWO nmfornished rooms for rent. Ex
tra large. Apply to "X" at this of
NOW is the time to sow your tob;-cc<
beds, if you want to make the big
grst crop you ever made plant th
Perkins rced. Dickson Drug Store
ter, Cheese and Break
3sicuit CO. Cracker's
altry Food. Chick Feed,
3; Lamb and Veal daily;
eral, Fresh Water Brim,
When the surface of' we
is covered with a good 1
film, filled with Lead an
ilding offers perfect resin
rages of sun and rain.
1 work, such as Window ]
lumns, etc will last only a
ess kept with a perfect
:e. Tin roofs become ru
i and rain wearing awa
a-the surface-and soy
s away the tin, entailing
replacement far great
t' of keeping such roof
edition, ill the time. This
nt applies to any and all
Paint, whether for ho'
ces, roofs, wagons, bugg
s, farm implements, etc.
paint in cold weather.
cather than anything eh
at advantage in cold w
making a tougher, mort
Ve want a look at your
s. If we don't help you w
io you no harm, and-t
nce we can do you a hee
our paint mc
3. R. BREE
s. the (late shown in the above
1. required by the Act of Auk
1912, embodied in section 44,
Laws and Regulations, printer
reverse of this form, to wit:
s 1. That the names and a
i. of the publisher, editor, m
., editor, and business manager
I. Publisher F. M. Shope, Ma
- Editor I. I. Appelt, Mannii
Managing Editor, I. I. Appe
g Business Manager F. M.
thato alwy been ah
over with youalityt<
everygwit yackag ot
or The P "IC <
or iittii i m mt~et
d Zinc, your
itence to the
y the paint
>n the rust,
er than the
As a matter of fact, pure paint
e. Given a dry surface to work
eather painting; because, the
1ere's a big
p of good.
e Manning Grocery Co.
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caption, 2. That the owners are: I. I. Ap
rust 24, pelt, F. M. Shope.
Postal 3. That the known bondholders,
l on the nortgagces, and other security hold
ers owning or holding 1 per cent or
ddresses more of total amount of bonds, mort
anaging gages, or other securities are: Mer
s are: genthaler Linotype Co., Home Bank
nning. & Trust Company.
g. I. I. Appelt,
It, Man- Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 21st day of January 1920.
Shope, Fred Lesesne,
Plat form !
re D~eLuxe, is fairly running
~oods, and our new-day service
great degree, for the fresh
purity of our drugs.
duty toward the health of our
fessional pr'ide is as great as
rsician, and our reputation for
prescriptions is in good stand
ock in trade 'is SERVICE, the
that fills your needs with light
QUAIT~rY combination is in,
buy here-and you get it in a
s. Drug Store,
a Rexall Stmoe
Don't think you can't
can be used in colder w
on, there's really a grc
paint dries slower, thus
Put it up to
FIVE YEAR LOANS on farm land
Interest 6 and 7 per cent. Jno.
Dinkins, Attor:tey, Manning, S. C
SALESMEN WANTED to solicit of
diers for lubriating oils, greast
and paints. Salary or Commissioi
Adlress The Todd Oil & Paint Cc
Cleveland, Ohio. it-pI
"TAILOR TO THOSE TO KNOW"
of Charleston will be in Mannin
shortly with a full line of Sprin
and Summer Woolens and asks h
friends to kindly reserve their of
ders for him. Louis Givner. t:
FIVE YEAR LOANS on farm land
Interest 6 andl 7 per cent. JTno. (
Dinkins, Attorney, Manning, S. C
FERTILIZEr'R---We are nowv ready 1
qjuote prices on all kinds of mixc
fertilizers, Nitrate of Soda ani
Agricultural Lime. See us befoi
you buiy. Baggett & Bomar, Mam
ing, S. C.
FOUJND-)-Thursday, .January 14t
Automobile wvheel between Mannir
and Tfrinity. Owner -can get san
by poing all chiar'res. T. M. Thomi
son Manning, S. C. 1t-p
LEFT AT MY RESIDENCE--One o
Ford touring car, lby unknowvn neg'
who claim to my family it wasi
h.' ieft by, my instructions, wvhich
uintrue. Any one owning~ such et
may r""'ive the same, by provir
ownership and paying for the ai
vettising and storing. V. B. Hui
gins. Manning Route 2. 1t-p
A PPLTICATlIONS for adn' ission
the spring term of The Floren<
Iirmary Training Sebo ol f<
Nurses are invited. Tlhoroup
course, covering all branches<
nursing. Three year ter~m. Or
hundred percent of graduates ha'
passed State Board of Medical E:
aminers. For information add(res;
TIhe Florence Infirmary, Florene
S. C. 2-8
FOR SALE-Several pure Polar
China Boars. HI. K. Beatson, Mai
Of The Ownership, Management, Ci
culation, Etc., Required by TI
Act of Congress of August 2
Of The Manning Times publish<
weekly at Manning, S. C., for Octob
STATE 01F SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon
Hofor'e me, a Notary Public in am
for the State and county aforesai
personally allpptere I. I. Appelt, whi
having been dluly sworni accoring
bniw, dleposes and( says5 that he is ti
Editor of the Manning Tlimnes and th
the following is, to the best of I
knowledge and belief, a true stat
ment of the ownership, nmanageme
~etc., of the aforesanid nl~~iioian f