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MANNING, S. C., WEDNES
We are told that Austria and certa
are starving for lack of bread. We are a
mediate relief of these unfortunate peo
Very good. We are Americans, an
succor a nation expiring from the pang
If these suffering people need $125,0
Let it be our1 contribution to the cause of
But let's have nothing to do with
repaid. It only becomes an object for I
But as to England and France.
London has recently repudiated Sit
to float ia loan in this country of $351,
George is not authorized to represent
British banking interests.
hil xit Sir George and his rosy schen
It is a well known fact, however. t
to this country for the billions necessar
lie low unut il the present flurry of oppt)
jcet will be broached.
But we have had enough of that sor
of dollars planted over there now upon v
Even British people of prominence
obligations and the taking of a 'fresh st
We note from the cablegrams tha
cities fabulous prices are being paid b
gowns and other frippery. There seems
Again we note that the Marquis of (
-owing a paltry $5,000--because he is i
He is supported by relatives and friends
Foreign countries are full of the
lazy to earn a living, but all willing to 1
Extravagant sums can be paid by th
because it contributes to their vanity an
It is the same wherever the sun shin
If the French and IEnglish governm'
to the rich in their own countries. If
and patriotism enough to put up the
Americans cough up again?
Let them open the money bags of
parasites to work. If the latter can ere
ably buy it from them-and pay for wha
But digging doWn again for anotl
We believe with the Chinaman, that
"In talking with some of the leading
seems that more or less all of them fa
reason they will not ask for a bill t
compulsory to grade tobacco. Neither
Instead, it is learned, they will ask that
mission basis, doing away with both th
farmers say they are willing to pay for
ing this year for example, there was se
it did not bring the charges, and this
Enterprise hopes to see the time when
it is placed on the sales floor."-Mulli
The tobacco growers of Eastern Sc
keenest business men in the State and i
how to manage their affairs; but it w(
room for great. improvement in the
only in the particular mention by The F
larger respects also.
Tobacco in South Carolina is still so
was in the days when the weed first. beg
warehouses are kept open for a few wee
buyers who wish to come here before th
States. No matter what prises tobacco in
for an advance in prices later, the gr
offered, for if they don't the warehouse
market for their product except they si
ginia warehouses, which it is not practi
In the early days of tobacco growin:
dition of affairs which the growers ne,
necessary that they should continue to d
deal of rivalry between ditlerent tobace
haps it would be more to the advantat
dist rict generally it' their leaders got t
a .system which would prolong the niari
might get. the advantage of the rise in
r'ule as the season advances and they ii
they oft en do now, for many hours at
their stuff' and then put it on the mark
and ev-erybody else were dead tired an,
get some rest.--Charleston N ews and CN
The loud man ma kes the biggest 1
most quickly forgotten.
Perk up, dad! Only eleven more
Christmas bills agaIin.
Yes, all people use their brains. we
In the cities t hey call booze detectis'
nto dloubt, is quite appr'opr'iate.
We trust, however. that on y'our ire
that our' latch t rin g hangs on the outs i1
A-nd still, before scoring year neighl
fore a glass and note the ur tnkles in y 1
lt is quite a simple mattecr. aftern a
plant a gallon jug full there and the thi
ning as Second-Class Matter.
per year in Advance
RZAY, FEBRUARY 11, 192
in of the smaller countries of Europ
sked to loan $125,000,000 for the im
I Americans have never yet failed t
s of hunger.
00,000 let us give it to them outright
humanity, and then let us forget it.
a loan which we know can nevor b
George Paish, who has been tryinj
00,000,000 for the allies. It says Si
the British government, nor yet th
le. We have no further interest it
hat England and France are lookini
y for their reconstruction. They ma;
sition blows over, and then the pro
t of thing. We have some ten billion
hich it is doubtful if the interest wil
tre advocating the repudiating of al
11rt. It may be (10ne,
t in London, Paris and other largi
v women for the latest creations it
to be no limit to the money for thi:
ueensberry has gone into bankruptcy
oo aristocratic and too lazy to work
ame breed---all aristocratic, all tot
)low in money.
e population for any selfish purpose
I their pleasure.
ints want more billions, let them go
their own people haven't confidence
necessary amount, why should we
their rich, and then put their lazy
ate anything of value we can prob
er "loan" would be the height of
it should be a case of "no workee.
tobacco growers of this section, it
vor grading tobacco, but for some
brough the -legislature making it
will they ask for reduced charges.
tobacco be sold strictly on a com
e weighing and auction fees. The
the sale of their tobacco, but tak
much sorry tobacco sold, much of
s where the kick comes in. The
all tobacco will be graded before
uth Carolina comprise many of the
is to be presumed that they know
>uld certainly appear that there is
narketing of the tobacco crop, not
nterprise, but in other and perhaps
Id under forced conditions just as it
in to be grown in this State. The
ks only to suit the convenience of
y move on to the markets in other
ay be bringing, or what the prospect
owers have to take what they are
s are closed later and there is no
ip it on to North Carolina or Vir.
eable for most of them to do.
in South Carolina this was a con
cessarily had to put up with. Is it
so ? There is at present a greal
markets in South Carolina. Per
e of the growers of the tobacc<
gether and undertook to work oul
et ing season. The producers ther
price which seems to come as t
tleast would not have to wait, at
he warehouses for a chan~ce to sel
et when the buyers and auctioneern
Ianxious only to get through an<
oise, is the easiest heard, aind th(
months until you will be paying
presume. But some begin at thl
es the "'sponge squad." The name
turn from Cuba you wIll remembe:
or, it might be well to stand up be
r own hide.
. to discover the north pole. Jus
sty will do the rest.
AXE, KNIVES AND GUNS
Morganton, N. C., Feb. 9.-One mar
was killed outright, another probably
- mortally wounded and three others st
badly injured that they are unable t(
- be taken to jail as a result of a bloody
fight, in which seven men participate(
EXECUTORS' SALE: We will sell
at public auction in front of the-Couri
House in -Manning, South Carolina
on Monday, the first day of March
1920, at 12 o'clock noon, for cash, the
following real estate belonging to thi
3 estate of W. Scott Harvin, deceased
- This sale to be in pursuance of power
contained in the Last Will and Test.
tament of the said W. Scott Harvin
All that piece, parcel or lot of land
situate in the Town of Manning
Clarendon County, South Cr olina
bounded North by Lot of Mrs. Mary
Amanda Harvin; East by Brook.
Street; South by a street of the said
town, and West by Mill Street; the
same measuring one hundred and
fifteen (115) feet on Brooks and Mill
Streets, and being what is known na
the W. Scott Harvin Home Place.
The purchaser to pay for papers.
Mary !Amanda Harvin,
Lucius H. Harvin,
NOTICE 0 FDISCHARGE
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County, on the 16th day
of February, 1920, at 11 o'clock a. n.,
for Letters of Discharge as adminis
trator of the estate of Lula- I. Sinn,
J. G. Sinn,
Summerton, S. C., Jan. 15, 1920.
FOR SALE-3,060 Stalks of Sugar
cane at 5e each, J. H. Touchborry,
Manning, S. C. 4-7t-pd
FOUND--Some money, owner can get
by properly describing same. Jos.
S. Dickson, Manning, S. C.
CEDAR SHINGLES, roofing paper,
plaster cement, plastering laths,
and lime-W. P. Legg.
VALENTINES-We have them
hundreds of them. Feb. 14th is
Valentine Day. Dickson's Drug
KLIN DRIED Potatoes delivered in
town every Monday, one-fifty a
crate. Phone your order to F. C.
Thomas, Bloomville. 5-4-wks.
REGISTERED Durocs. We have
them. See ours before you buy.
Baggt-ct's Duroc Hog Farm. See
R. C. Baggett, Manning, S. C.
'-3 SA LE-Peanut Meal, rice bran,
whe:t shorts, rye middlings, syrup
fee-l. rust proof and burt seed oats.
W. P. Legg.
*FOR SAI.E--Second-hand Ford. Ex
cellent shape; good tires, inquire of
S. I). Lenoir at Clarendon Drug
EXIPECTED to arrive soon a large
shipment of 32 and 39 inch fence
wire-W. P. Legg.
NINETY DAY Velvet beans for sale
at four- dollars a bushel, sound and
cleani. F. C. Thomas. Bloonmville,
S. C. 5-4-wks.
SALESMEN WANTED-to solicit or
ders for lubricating oils, greases
and paints. Salary or Commission.
Address The Lennox Oil & Paint Co.
SEND her a Valentine We have some
of the prettiest you can find any
where. Valentine Day is Feb 14th.
Dickson's Drug Store.
FOR SALEr--Pure Bred Duroc Boar
Pigs. 10 weeks to 5 months old.
Price from $20.00 to $410.00 each
according to size and age. Regis
tered in buyer's name if desired.
R. C. Blaggett, Manning, S. C.-2t..c
EXPECTED to arrive soon, five cars
of hay, one car cedar shingles and
one car lime bought before the re
cent advances in price. WV. P. Legg.
GASOLINE SYSTEM-Oil Tanks and
Pumps, Air Coinpressors, Comput
ing Scales, Show Cases, Account
Registers, Floor Scales, Rebuilt
Cash Registers, Safes, Store Fix
tures. The Hamilton Sales Co.,
Columbia, S. C. No.5-tf.
FERTILIZER-We are now readly to
quote prices on all kinds of mixed
fertilizers, Nitrate of Soda and
Agricultural Lime. See us before
y-ou buy. Baggett & Bonmar, Mann.
mng, S. C.
APPLICATIONS for admission to
the spring ternm of The Florence
Infirmary Training School for
Nurses are invited. Thorough
course, covering all branches of
nursine. Three year term. One
hundred percent of graduates have
passed State Board of Medieal Ex
amniner's. For information address:
The Florence Infirmary, Florence,
S. C. 2-8t.
WANT THlE TOLIACCO GROW ERS
to place their orders for Bemis To
bacco Transplanters in time to in
sure delivery, as we could not sup
Ply the demand last season. The
Bemis Tobacco Transplanters set
your tobacco when the plants 'ire
ready, wvaters every plant at the
toot, saves the labor of ten hands,
mail your order today to Cartet
Distributing Co., Lake City, S. C,
You put you
You can rc
We will foil
dies and pre:
on hand. W
U. D. Co.
with axes, knives and guns, in the
soutih mountains of Burke County, ac
cording to reports reaching here to
The desperate fight, which occurred
I Sunday night, seems to have been in
the nature of a pitched battle between
two factions and was the culmination
of a disagreement over division of
Lenoir Mull was killed outright,
Andrew Lafever was literally cut to
pieces with an axe and is expected to
die, and Alfred Mull, Mack Lafever
and Frank Brittain were terribly
beaten with butts of guns of other
weapons, and also cut with axes and
knives, according to the reports reach
ing here. All seven of the participants
As heretofore, yi
Field and Flower E
ience to be best sui
gardening has bee:
11 fact, we believe ou
many patrons wit'
H For hot beds we
H Collards, Etc.
For planting in t
H Onions; Irish Pota
H Only the best of
H us means-the first a
E A FAMILY PHYSICIAN.
faith in him.
'HIS YOUR FAMILY
'ly upon us for the same care
ng type of service that your
UR PRESCRIPTIONS TO US.
ow your doctor's orders most
nd we use only -pure, fresh
there are a few home reme
arations tht t you should hnvi
're listing a - 'w of them below E
Liver Oil Emulsion.
le Liver Pills.
Wientholated Cough Syrup.
L. G. No. 2.
N DRUG STORE
Store, Manning, S. C.
n the fight were relatives, it was I
[IE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Clarendon
By J. M. Windham, Probate Judge:
Whereas, Janie I. Horton made suit
;o me to grant her Letters of Ad
ninistration of the Es;ate and ef
ects of Edward Conyera Horton.
There are, therefore, to cite and ad
nonish all and singular t!.e Kindred
mnd Creditors of the Edward Conyers
iorton decenced, that they be and ap- r
ear before me, in the Court of Pro
ate, to be held at Manning on the t
L6th day of February next, after
)ublication hereof, at 11 o'clock in
:he forenoon, to show cause, if any
,hey have, why tie said Air.:.iistra
wvorth all you pi
r best of Seeds are n
nsidering all the othe
~e are carrying a full line of V
eeds--the kinds learned thrc
ted to our local needs. The sI
-i a hobby with us for years a
r practical experience enablei
i unusual efficiency.'
ngs to Plant No
offer: Cabbage; Lettuce;]
he open, we have Rape; Turi
itoes; Mustard; English Peas
Beeds, with the right informa
top towards a"bang up" good
Jf~ ~ ~ A Illt! , It
\ - f
ion should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 31st day
f January Anno Domini 1920.
J. M. Windham,
-c. Judge of Probate
Notice is hereby given that the
ooks of Registration of the Town of
danning will be opened at my office,
ver the Bank of Manning from Feb.
1920 to and including April 2, 1920
11 persons desiring to vote at the
lection to be held on April 12, 1920
nust obtain a registration certificate.
his election will be held for the exec
ion of a Mayor and Six Aldermen.
S. MARION WILLIAMS,
Supervisor of Registration of the
own of Manning.
Manning, S. C., Feb. 3, 1920.
It into it !
ugh long exper
udy of Seeds and
~nd, trough this
i US to serva-our
tion. Coming to