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Ebt fAnin g Gimes.
Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1920
Mr. S. Katzolf has returned from
a business trip to the Northern cities.
Buy valentines from the civic
The Civic League will meet at the
Court House, Monday, February 15th.
A full attendance is urged.
The election for mayor and six al
dlermen for the towa of Manning will
be held on April 12.
Several of the teachers have gone
to their respective homes on aceount
of the Flu epidemic.
Miss Annie' Thames is on the nor
thern markets selecting the spring
styles for her millinery trade.
Next Saturday is Valentine's Day.
Save your money and buy your val
entines from the civic league.
Valentines for sale by the civic
league next Saturday.
Mr. IIorace M1. Thomas has been
confined to the house several days
Dr. G. L. Dickson and Mr. W. M.
Plowden are in Berkeley county this
week on a hunt.
Mrs. Kate IHarvin was called to
Williston last week to her daughter,
Mrs. J. W. Odiorne, who is ill.
Mrs. D. M. Bradham and daughter.
Miss .1ulia, have returned to their
home in Manning from New York.
M1essrs. B. A. Weinberg and G. M.
Smith are in New York buying the
Spring :tock for Weinberg Co.
Miss Mc od , a trained nurse of Sum
morton, is at the home of Mr. S. J.
Smith, whose family is down with
Mr. V. C. \Vhiteside, who has been
buying cot ton on the local market this
season, left yesterday for his home in
The ci'vic league is a great organi
zation. The ladies are always work
img to keep the town clean. Buy val
entin:s from them next Saturday and
(14) your duty.
Fresh Yard Eggs.
B. B. IREE I)IN'
Pure Food Grocery
lEye.. Examined Glasses Fitted
J. E. ARANT, PHl. G.
MANNING, S. C.
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~Now, Mr. Prosy
*iWhat do you'ti
Ready to serve and the
best Prunes you ever. saw,
DelMonte Prepared Prunes.
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Lieutenant J. Ingrain Wilson re
turned home from Fort McPherson
last week, having received .his dis
charge from the army.
Mir. C. B. Smith is traveling the
Pee Dee section of the State this week
in the interest of The Times Job De
The civic league will have valen
tines to sell next Saturday. Buy from
the good ladies that are striving to
beautify the town.
Representative W. W. Johnson who
died in Columbia last Tuesday night
of pneumonia was buried in the Man
ning cemetery Thursday.
If council would fine the owners of
hogs that rin at large on the streets,
they would keep them shut up. It's
almost impossible to catch a hog and
put him in the town lot, but the owner
can easily be had.
Senator Wideman has a bill in the
Senate to bond the county for $1,000,
1000 for building permanent roads. Of
course, an elect ion will be held and
the people wall vote on the issue.
Mrs. J. B. Ilarvin of Summerton,
who returned home from a Richmond
hospital a few weeks ago, has suffer
d a relapse, and will be taken back
to Richmond tomorrow for treatment.
Died suddenly at his home near
Pinewood last Saturday, Mr. Arthur
W. Scarboro, and was buried on Sun
lay at Ilagood. The deceased was at.
me time superintendent of Thomas'
mill at. lloomville.
For Field and Garden
(I l lar free Catalog which tells
Ibut I h b;s. oriel :s f iardn
eeds -fo r home11f use, cannn n
;hipp~iin -wlmi li1"ld seeds tol plant for
t cary yields Of graii or hay-whicli to
sow for abunda nt patstur atge.
are choice strains of the best varieties,
re-el-anedl and tested for germination
Write' fort Catalo and,1 "Wood's Crep
Speell." gijvingr imey .'nformatio In and
enrretil ta'ies. i\lailled free.
T.W.WOOD & SONS
RICHMOND, - - -- VIRGINIA
that some t
1rty Owvner you are in af d
PC petgllon', regardless of how\
tlr it's put onl how wvell ii we(
t as short sighltd at buin~less pr
I 1)ull off. Y'et this5 sitlne thh
whol( ought to knlow betr
t tctiv\elyV packed ini tln canls a
y, heln we( are amlong~ the big
er, weC haive repeatedly claimeI
obs"5 alnd, weC are sticking( to thl
I u OIllcas lPainits; Stajns; V;
ndl(V ear above t he average~ the
iink about it?
e see us. If we can't "sh ,a y
'twill cost youl nothing.
The Manning Grocery C
Heinz, Campbell andan
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery
The Board of Health ordered all of I
the schools, churches and picture
show closed last Monday on account
of the Flu epidemic. This disease is
not alarming in Manning yet, but this
was (lone as a precaution, and to keep
it from spreading.
The schools which have been closed
this week, will probably re-open Mon
day next. No child will be admitted 1
unless it can show a vaccination cer
Mrs. Stewart Ilarvin entertained on
Friday nigth at a progressive rook "
party for the benefit of the Civic
League. After a series of games a
delicious salad course with hot choco
late was served.
Owing to the action of the Board of
Health relative to the cessation of all
public meetings, the Mother's Club
will not hold its regular monthly
meeting on Friday, February 13th.
All members are requested to send
their dues to the treasurer, Mrs. F. O.
Mrs. J. E. Arant. "
Secretary of Mother's Club.
Don't. forget the "Elephant Sale"
that will take place Thursday after
noon and evening the twenty-sixth of
'ebruary. The Civic League will ap- U
pear at the home of every person in" U
Manning to collect the contribution *
on Monday the 16th. Please every
body be ready and generous. Some
lovely gifts have already heen receiv
ed and we hope to make this new oc
casion one of pleasure and fun. And U
also a profitable one.
Mr. Clarence Iseman, while attempt- p
ing to crank his automobile Sunday p
morning, accidently struck his arm on?
a revolver which he had on his in
..le co:+t pocket, the pistol exploding
and the hall entered his right side, U
and lodging in his collar bone. ie
was at. once taken to the Toumey hos- I
pital, Sumter. And while the wound
is serious it is not expected to rc ult
There is much complaint about the U
paving company cutting the streets11
un and leuving them in this condition. f
Their excuse is. we learn, that they
are waiting for the cable which will
c'arry th'' u nderground wires to be
placed. 'T'here is nothing to hinder
them from paving from the depot, to
the school house and down Brooks
street to the old hotel corner. These
streets are almost beyond drivinig
over. Wake up couneil and force the
const rnct ion people to (1( their work.
When these two streets are compleie1 U
nearly half of the iob will be over. It U
is a shame to let-these streets remain
The wiSe man USeS Fi arc1
Liulllid1 Smoke oil his mbOaa i
and huyS it at
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery
row for' stuLmps.
the stu1ff comes
ars or how long~ it
opositionl as a real
aLs is being dlone
Thus5 moveth the
rid labee "l'aint"
gest liars in yourl
dI to sell ''BetterI
nl, there's nothiing~ i'
In Shoes as in OtI
IThe D. J. Cha
The D Home of Hart S
this condition. They were bad gas had to e
onugh before, but are much worse parents to
then the trot
- 0-o---- was necessar
)EWBEY JONES MAARRICS from the Pr<
The romance of pretty 18-year-old Manning, S.
imipi Myllykangas, 114 Hazel street, the 36th rep
as culminated at 11 this morning, at Camp Dc
en she became the bride of George
.tones, 21 years ol, a sergeant- L
j.jor in the 3(th infantry.
rCiwere miany impediments in P1
S':T.y of the marriage, b~ut all ob
'el are ovueome todayv and the
d's face was radiant wvhen she
Ft city hallI on the arm of her sol
ir-husband afIter having the cere
>)n erred by City Clerk WalI- FeI
r A. Davis in the. mayor's oflice.
Because of her age Mlis Mlyllkyan
I'hie mfornfing dIrink ofthe
ho appr)1eciate the best inlSp
offee, Chase and Sanbhorn 's
'a! Brand Coffee. If you -
zver have tried Seal Brand
t us send you a can. ~ D
. B. B RE E DIN'S
SPure Food Groceryj
ter Things, if
huy the B
i Shoes--the fin
, with 50c. wai
hey are selling
ith 80c. additio
iians at $12.50
re a good buy
1 give a new pz
s that are un
le have a spler
Jork Shoes a
ery pair guara
vhere you get
Stock of Me
:haffner & Marx C1
ter, S. C.
et the consent of her st
he wedding, but even be
ible was nrot over, for it m
y for her to get a licen me di
['s, a clean-cut, well- pl
ing chap, comies from et
C., and has been with ir
iment since it has been f,
ens. He met his bride bi
iruary is the
We have the
cial Grass Seed
ay Be Too
y & Insu
mning, S. C.
est on earth, at3
r tax additional.
nal in other
with 25c. war I
for you, because *
tir for any Bos- *
idid line of U
niteed to beU
the best and *
n's Fnrnishings *
to select from.
thing' Co. *
veral months ago and the courtship '
gan without delay, and arrange
ents finally were made for the wed
Miss Myllykangas has been em
oyed at the Diadem manufacturing
"mpany. The ceremony took place
the presence of members of her
mily--Fitchburg Daily News, Fitch
for shady places i
'ug Store. |
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EIN C. BAGNAL
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