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dbe Jlanning imes.
Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 102(
The town election is April 12
Miss Katie Clark of Columbia spent
the week end with relatives here.
. The paving company started worl
on the streets again last Monday.
Mrs. Margarette Pickett is critical
ly ill at her home in Manning.
Mrs. T. F. Coffey who is ill at her
home is reported to be some better.
Mr. J. L. Hodge of Lamar spent last
week with his brother Mr. P. A. Hodge
Don't forget the mass meeting to
morrow night. If you stay away you
may regret it.
Mrs. H. H1. Bradham and children
who have been down with flu are
Senator Wideman has had appro
priated for Clarendon's bridges $15,
000 and $5,000 cross county roads.
Mrs. E. C. Horton and two children
are confined to their bed with in
Messrs. J. J. Broughton and J. Roll
in Kolb of Pinewood were business
visitors to Manning yesterday.
Mr. Morris Ness has returned home
from New York, bringing with him
the latest ideas in merchandise.
The many friends of Miss Tora
Bagnal will be glad to learn that she
is out again after an attack of in
Messrs. B. A. Weinberg and G. M.
Smith have returned from New York,
where they piurchased their spring
The "Tear. gcen for the benefit of
the Civic League which were discon
tinued during the Flu epidemic, will
be resumed again neaxt week.
Miss Jennie Ball of Baltimore, Md.,
came in last week as Hat Trimmer
for Alderman's Store this comine
The meeting tomorrow night in the
Court House is of interest to every
good citizen of Manning. We urge
you to be present.
After next Sunday, March 1, the
St. Paul postoffice will he discontinued,
and all mail for that office will be sent
on Summerton route number 4.
The Chain of 'eas postponed for
the past two weeks on account of the
epidemic of influenza will be resumed
next week, provided the quarantine
Eyes Fxainined Glasses Fitted
J. E. .RANT, PH. G.
MANNING, S. C.
Diamond Brand Califor
nia Walnuts, are the best.
B. B. B RE ED IN'S
Pure Food Grocery
A spiin is the name given t(
lunyit of Germtiany, the pr'eecs
Uted (' Staites oni Feblruatry 27, 10
:id coered by the Un iited St a
Assooni as the U nited .Statec
ageniitsit ariei The Re!xadt Stores, ap
of T1he iayer Coampany to the e'S
covere in the pate'nt.
Ti caince'llatioin wa's a pubi1
uII :euive mioniopoly to use' ti
nae'pirin"' the publie kne(w ni
TheI C resuttJ1 wou iili e that wh
idue t undeIir the i f'ormuii giveni in
Sthe phl! ie wvould niot know thati
T Patent authorities deitsi
-well f'oiunded'i andI the name "'aspi
piaten t beca me the ptroper ty oif tI
that TIhe Btayer' Comp tany had no~
had to claim the right to use ey
This dec is ion was irenderedl b
paIite a inmbie r of hiigh-class chi
mtakinig getnuine atspirin. The .,n
its output being sold exclusively
making rel ible aispir'in tablets,
asp iin tabllets oif undubted ger
ma~d' by TIhe lBayer Company.
We, as Rtexall druggists, hb
asi we. dio that th ci'(ompanyi fl that
selves ate t horough ly ecapable of
airin c it hemtical. We knowv Asa
tomeis to) inde'rstandi' that no pi
ouit tnrth'e b( name (of A spirtin-U.
I fWe offer~ Aspir'n-U. I). Co.
of1'.or in hiarge$ si zes. We
piint table ts, being so tr(emenel
stock on hand.
Mrs. E. C. Nettles A
Fourteen standard units high scho
tics, history, science and penmanship.
- lege, Students for Winthrop and Clen
tion. Thorough grounding Rapid p
in one year than otherwise in two. 7
scholarships are offered by Winthrop, C
lina University for which special coachi
Term begins January 5, 1920.
A Federal tax collector will be in
Manning on the. 26th, 27th and 28th <
of this month for the purpose of as- 1
silting in making out income tax re- i
The Chain of Teas postponed for C
the past two weeks on account of the V
epidemic of influenza will be resumed I
next week, provided the quarantine
The army wants retcruits, and wants f
them badly. But some how, the re- a
cruits do not seem to want the army. t
There's a difference between "over s
there" nd "over here." h
Mr. Charles Woods has resigned his V
position as manager of the Alderman c
Store in Manning, and he is succeed- t
ed by Mr. J. H. Wall of Alcolu. Mr. 7
Woods has made many friends since ci
moving here, and we regret that he n
has decided to make this change. P
Mr. Archie Thompson of Jordan, "
broke all records last week in regard 1
to shooting wild turkeys i ithe San
tee Swamps. He killed a gobbler th
weighing 25 pounds. This making be
his third one in seven days. 01
We wish to remind our friends that t<
all copy in our office is private, and sO
not intended to be read by out-siders
until it is made public. In fact, it is
just as private as a letter. This is a di
gentle reminder, so act accordingly ir
when you come to se us. ac
A ticket nominating a mayor and d'
six aldermen to serve the town for tc
the ensuing two years is published vi
in another column. Of course, any VC
other candiddte or candidates can. en- el
ter the race that desire to do so. In Ci
our opinion ,there will be others to a
offer for aldermatic seats, as we doubt '
if the ticket as -a whole suits all of a
the voters. 1i
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heavy yields of grain or hay-which to
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are choice strains of the hest varieties,
re-cleaned and tested for germination
\\'rite for Catalos and "Wood's Crop
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SEEDS MEN, I
RICHMOND, - - - - VIRGINIA U
a chemiical fir st manufacturedi by larbh
r of TPhe Blayer' Co. TIh is priodIuct was pa
00 whlickh patent expired lFebruar'y 27, 1
tes Patent. Germany doe's not grant pater
s patent e>:pir'ed the Un ited Drug Compa
pliedi t~o the Patent Office at Washington
'lusive use '.: the na~me "'aspir'in," which
iC' necessity becatus,' had Tlhe Bayer Corn
Ie namiie "'aspiini,'' the Amican i'Lf people V
Comnpany, because the chemical had beer
0 other name for it.
ile otheir manufacturers have the legal r
LitheC xi'Iretd pa tent, thiey could not call I it 1
t was the sa me pro-luet as that produc<d
on was to the effect that the United Dri
in"' together with 'hie right to miake and
ite people of' the U Ctd States upon01 the e
more cla imi to the (xclus ive right to use
ce'lusive'ly ouch comrn Cii hem icalI names
y the Patent Oflice '~n No'vember' 30, 1 9l
Cimical houses of iln Iisput iable American<
itedi Drug Comp lany suplie's A spir'in- U.
through TheiC Rexa l St ores. S('veralI ol
sC) that, as a matt:'r of fact, the A meriei
Itmieness and purity, the equal if net su
eartily recommendl Aspirin-UI. I). Co., bot
suipphe s themt is aib.ol ute*l y reliable; k nov
making, that Aspirin- (. D). Co. c'ontains
piiin-U. D). Co. taleLtL; arei. the equal of mi
-ice, however h1igh, ('an purchase tablets
tablets, under coCde numbCer CTf373 in bo:~
strongly rcwomimen: th le 1)urchase Cof boittl
uisly useful, it woul I .' wise for ever I
sON DRUG S']
a) English, French, Latin, mathema
Thorough preparation for any col
son win honors. Individual instruc
regress. Students accomplish more
'ultion, 36 weeks $45. Beneficiary
lemson, the Citadel and South Caro
ng will be given for competitive ex
Mr. F. Earl Bradham, formerly
ditor and manager of the Williams
urg Herald, left here Tuesday for
Vinston-Salem, N. C., to accept a
osition on one of the newspapers of
hat city. Mrs. Bradham and their
hildren left for Manning where they
rill make their home temporarily.
There has been a petition circulated
order an election 'to issue an extra
ur mill tax levy for Manning
!hool district. This is done to raise
e salaries of the teachers and other
:hool expenses. We signed it and
ope the election will be carried un
nimous. The cost of living has ad
niced from one to five hundred per
mt, but the teachers salary is prac
cally what it was fifteen years ago.
hink of a person with a $5,000 edu
Ltion drawing less money than a com
on laborer. And too, we must (e
mnd upon these same low salaried
3ople to train the minds of our com
g generation. Teachers should be
ell paid for their services, so let's
I vote for the extra tax. We admit
at taxes are high now, but it would
much better to the price than have
ir children grow up in ignorance,
d that is what it means, for the
achers cannot live at the present
lary they receive.
A citizens meeting was called Mon-,
y night for the purpose o( discuss
g the coming town election, but on
count of the inclement weather
crc were very few out, so it was
eided to postpone the meeting until
morrow night. Every body is in
ted to attend this meeting, and every
>ter who was registered in the last
eetion is entitled to participate. All
tizens that have the town's interest
heart should come o'i.. The pur
ose of this gathering is to nominate
ticket for mayor and aldermen to
>vern the affairs of our town for the
sueing two years, and a ticket that
ll be most acceptable to the major
' of the people. In other words. it
a get together meeting, one that
ill be free from factional politics.
)me out and express your sentiments
1( let's help make Manning the bzst
wn in the State. We can do it by
The College Preparatory School,
rs. E. C. Nettles Alshrook, princip-l,
ill resume exercises as soon as the
imrantine is lifted.
The following ticket has agreed to
rve the town for next two years if
W. C. DAVIS
C. L. DICKSON
S. J. SMITH
S. T,. IHUCGCNS
.1. I. RIGBY
C. M. WHITE
A. C. BRADHAM
It's a shame to let your
eat spoil when Figaro
iquids Smoke will save it.
.B. BRE E IN'S
Pure Food Grocery
nfabrieken of Elberfeld Comn
ttentedl by that concern i in the J
)17; i. e., at the endl of the
ts on any medicinail cheica1 ls.
ny of Boston, whose eclusive
for a~ cance~lation of the clinm
wa the name of the prodluc.t
many been grantedl the perpet
rould have been obliged to buy
so constantly soldi unde the
ight to manufacture the pro
*y its true name "'aspirin," and
d under the expiredl aspirin
ig Company's contention was
tell the prIoduet covered by this
xpiration of the patent. Also,
the name "'aspilrin" than they
s4 "quin ine " "'calomel," etc.
.Sin~ce the expirationrofthe -
rigi n and ownershjip have been
). Co., in tablets and powder,
her reputable firms are also
nl people are privilegedl to buy
>erior in every way to tablets
tablet~s and~ powder, knowing
'ing also by tests that we our'
the full advertised dosage of
iy made, and we wish our cus
>f higher grade thain thakt p~ut f
es of 12, boxes of 24, bottle
e of 100 for the reason thait as
ousehold to constaintly keep a
U We have ju
Eof Spring Si
are the best
We have themin
we .are sure
you in the I
Drop in and
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lose Fera20unlessen ahe teing
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m hexchaines aent Tnouncedloy they ,
wi o oefs adelverying. of 2s0 a I
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no aem y ad rn pL atrons by Co.
>v ith uss g. To M. aly,"
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,t received a
ts are new; th
that can be;
in all styles,
suit any Pu
that we ca
see for your
rt Schaffner & Marx 4
imter, S. C.
CARl) OF THANKS
nd Mrs. S. J. Smith and family
thank the good people of this
'ity for their kindness to us
our recent illness of the flu.
I hoped to express our appre
personally but so many ren
id while we were a1 down that
not know who they were and
cur only way to reach all. We
hank enr 1 and every one for
S. J. Smith and Family.
flant to an ordler of the Court
mnn Pleas in the case of M. L.
igh, Phaintiff, against R. L.
Defendant, to me dlirectedl.
is hereby given to the creditors
persons having claims of any
gainst the firm of Dowdy &
igh to file thenm duly attested
to undlersignedI receiver on or
the eleventh day of March
ing, S. C., Feb. 25, 1920--8-3t-e
\ RRY the Sunny South, Mo
Fr., and Gearless LuLu Cotton
Co rn Planters guaran teed to
sattisfaction or money refund
I'!.omas Live Stock Co.
iving close attention to
>t Trust to 1A
all policy expirations a
ii the best in Insurance
Lity & Inst
Manning, S. C.
ummwmatun uummi mim
n please I
Dthing Co. I
Some very fancy Porto
Rico Sweet Potatoes are in
stock at our store.
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery
I have started my lumber mills in
operation again and am now in posi
tion to fill all orders promptly.
1-te F. C. THOMAS.
NOTICE W. 0. W.
You aire urgedl to present at W. 0.
W. Hall Monday night, March 1st
IT is to your hflter-s t' be' prent\
to see about your insuranchj policy.
Other implortant business to attend to.
C. H. Mathis,
T. immr, lerCouncil Commander.
A complete line of Pre'ser
ves, Jellies, 'Jams andI M/ar.
B. B. B RE E D IN'S
Pure Food Grocery
all INSURANCE placed
nd thereby eliminate the
protection--any and all
W MAY BE TOO LATE
)HN C. BAGNAL