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J. C. Dennis
Dennis & Floyd
Dennis & Jenkins
Tindal & Aikcen
Miller & McIntosh
R. P. Gibbons
R P. PGibbons
Tindal & Dow
L. B. Gibbons
Mrs. J. E. Gibbons
1). L. Tindal
D. L. Tindal
N. B. Gibbons
N. B. Gbhons
D. P. llolladay
B. J. Iodge
M. C. Severance
H. D. Galloway
J. S. Blanding
.J. P. Gibbons, Jr_ --- - - -
.1. P. Gibbons, .Jr.
Terrell & Sprott
Burgess & Alderman
J. C. Johnson.............
R. D. McIFadden
Holladay & Epps
E. M. McElveen
Spann & Floyd
E. S. Plowden i-.
S. P. Holladay
S. A. Etr .
A. G. Beard
S. A. Dauney-.
C. J. Osborne-.
Coker & McKenzie
Coker & MlsKenzie
.1. B. Holladay Jr.
m The Home. of
PUblhed Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1920
The election is on the 31st
Miss Bessie Revardon is spnding a
few days with friends in Ahheville.
Kisler Wea t herford spIn t Sun(ay
with fiivnds in Olanita.
Mr s. Al ma BradleIy has as her guest
her siste'r, Mris. Wertz.
Mrs. WV. H. Wall has asher guest
Mrs. C. 1,. Perry of~ Wilson. N. C.
MWiss; Ruth Smith L returns t onightI
from a visit. to friend s in a melon.
Mr. andl Mrs.\.Abams and family
spent Sunday inl K i ngstree4.
Miss IDosia lDeal of Sumter is the
guest oif Miss Grace Ninumi..
M\rs. .J. MI. Gallowvay and dauighter
areC visit ing rehat ives inl jliton.
Mris. Elbert Davis is in Clinton
Mr'. I.. M. Gallowa'~y and family are
visiting in the upper0 part of1 the Stat'.
Mr. H1. (C. .Mc el vey is in Greenv ille~
on a visit.
Countyv campaignl in Mlaninyo next
Dr. G. L. IDick son le ft Mioilayv for a
wo) weeks iAy54 at G lenni Springs.
Dri. Arithur lirv in opf Wash ington
was a yh~itor' to( Manning past week.
Help bridge the Santee by going ti
Summlerton unext Iriday.
Mesr, . P'. I uirgess an J( ,os. S.
Dickron rtuned4( home last F'ridhay
from a two) week trip through Virgia
and( o4ther StateIIs. Thle tip Pwas made4
by a utomobi lle.
Ia'. y Volu thoulghit iol th mI'
dMv2 whn ithey are4 in (4ollege?
p lit tted wilb glasses if 01(
Selling as High in ME
r giving the best possi
__1320 lbs. @ $50.00
____--_402 lbs. @ 45.00
-------574 lbs. @ 40.00
-------240 lbs. @ 44.00
..370 s. 35.00
-------400 lbs. @ 45.00
__420 lbs. @- 44.00
__200 lbs. 44.00
__870 lbs. @ 50.00
__--340 lbs. @ 52.00
-------690 lbs. @ 50.00
__590 1bs. @a) 46.00
--------254 lbs. @ 45.00
--------516 lbs. @ 44.00
--------60 lbs. @ 49.00
_300 lbs. (b 35.00
732 lbs. 40.00
__140 lbs. 39.00
260 lbs. @ 36.00
540 lbs. @ 35.00
__230 lbs. @ 35.00
--374 lbs. @ 37.00
1210 lbs. C. 36.00
450 lbs. @ 45.00
----..82 lbs. @ 41.00
-- 276 lb s... @ 10.00
- .864 lbs. @ 40.00
_650 lbs. @ 42.00
-------190 lbs. @ 42.00
--------474 lbs. @a 40.00
- 180 lbs. @") 40.00
100 lbs. @ 40.00
-------410 lbs. 35.00
-- 150 lbs. @ 39.00
-4164 lbs. @ 38.00
590 lbs. 44.00
1'_ _ Ib -,. 0 39.00
_318 lbs. (1 43.00
150 lbs. @ 43.00
-....560 lbs. 0 40.00
-360 lbs. @ 50.00
-------770 lbs. (FT 35.00
- 660 lbs. @ 41.00
_-440 lbs. 0 40.00
-- 330 lhs. 39.00
:362 1b s. (ag 35.00
Dr. V. R. Ba-ron of Columbia spent
Sunday in Manning.
liss Ian nah I evy of Bishopville
is visiting her sister, Mrs. lorris
.\liss Grace Ninimer and Miss Ilan
nah I .e'vy spelt the week-end in Sum
ter, guests of Miss Dosia I)eal.
Mr. T. L.. Bagnal and Mrs. F. W.
Dickson left Moniday fo(r 1 two week's
stay at Glenn's Springs.
Mrs. A.L. ..Jones of Smilter is visit.
ingv at, the. homle of h14er m1other. .\1-4.
Mlr. IEllis Wells oIf the polst (omre1
brigmide 1. ..pend1Iing his v'acation in
the mou~lnta ins (If North Carollina.
MXIisse1s I .(ttie F'i tt s of B runson1 a nd
.\lry Dirkson (If Vineland, N. C., are
visit ingt the Mlisses Carolyn and
.\Ir. WV. A. Ga1lloway~' and( family whlo
have ben1 v'isitinlg their paren(lts nlear
XI.\lr . .l M. Shlpe , 11u1isne('ssll manager
of' lbI The Times. is taIk i g aI t wo weeks
vacaltionI iln 'ennsylvania and1 Ohio.
.XlrI. Morgan0 1 Sal s (If WVinston1
ISal1em is Visiting hlis ml~llothe in Man
I lIiss I lelen Katzol' I fter 5plIn'lling
se'vera'l weeks in 1Kingstree with relaI
t .ies Ia re('turned homle.
MX- 1\ F. 11. Plowdlen, .Jr., of George
eov. S. 0. ('ant y (If Mull ins is visit
Mliss5 tOsSier' (If Valdosta, Gal. has
Mr'. and0 MX!rs. MX. (1. Gardn er oIf C2har
I tleton1 hvI re.ture home II 1 a010ftelr a
visit to Miss Blle Gard;1 -lner.
1(ded stralill (In your1 bo111 -2(' or irls' I
ToI beI Surle that their1 1yes ar pro-1' 1
led, have theml 11 '
N T 'S,
) P T OM E T R I S T,
Lnning as on any mar
ble service, and as a r
ALES MADE DUR1]
H. L. Hodge ...
Dennis & Ludd-.
Dennis & Witherspoon
R. T. Ilamninett
J. 0. Lowder
E' I. R. Morris .
E. R. Morris
J. M. Coker
J. Ml. Coker .. - -- - - -
J. K. Harrington
.J. K. Harrington
P. S. Haley-.
.J. P. Epps
E. ). Hilton-.
0. B. Holladay
E. C. Coskrey
J. IT. McBride
.J. B3. Lee....
.1. B. Lee -------- ------ ------
.1. B. L.cee._
.J. B. Lee _.
M. 0. Evans
R. B. Beatson
I. B. Beatson
J. M. Driggers
.J. E. Davis ...
Galloway & Conyers
Galloway & Plowdenl
L. M. Galloway
J. W. Sprott
11. H. Reeves
. t. Reeves
S. W. Evans
J. W. Whack
.1. B. Lee
.J. B. Lee
.1. B. Lee
1. 1. Morris
J. I. Morris
S. P. Holladay
K'S W v
Airs. E. C. Alsbrook, 7Irs. it. H.
; nn is aId childrien spent the week-.
<nd as guest s (f \1r. and AIs. Forrest
Fovler in Columbia.
W. S. P"rince the genial drug clerk
of Dickson's Drug store has accepted
a position as traveling salesman for
the Isenmn Wholesale Grocery.
irs. Cary Smith entertatined a few
neighborho d friends at porch party
Tuesdayv a ft ernoon at the home of
Airs. T. .\. Davis.
A .Jersey cow belonging to Mr.
Tlhomuas Nimmer1(1 gave hi rth last Sun..
dayv to twin calves. Tlhey ar~e both
livinig and are hine heifers.
D r. I). H. StalIna ker has reniited the
lwer' floor' of the home of is. D). M1.
Bradhami and will move his family
there ini a few dlays.
\Iliss Illele IDI avis oif A ndrews has
acepeIted a position wvith the Aler
mantor in the dry~. good5 (depart
.\lrs. WX. H. Wall retuorned Friday
from Haltimore and Newv York where
sh purc'hased' an~ ('xtensive line of lall
millinery for the Alderman Store.
are'( glad to see her out! aga in after a
seve'(ral wee(k's illness withI tyvphoid
I:verybohdy' is invited to Sunmmer'ton
Fidayv to the Santlee bid ge meeting.
Tlhiere will be( a puienie andi( good.
sp(eches to( in tere'(st1 the crowd. All
c'it izens in(te(rested in Char'endon 's wel
tare shoul give a helping hand to this
The Woaerful Soil mprover
I Sow It in youri (orn andg oltoun
yea youI enni jlat mthIt two(
eropsI I on tesm land an iak
igr crops. 1I, Is ciii-oniel
JrvdIncicaLldlI corn11)iiin of
CRIMSON OLOVER alco makles
graingiL crmop, the bes t If I arly
gree feedl and a good lhay crop'I.
TWWood & Sons,
[ SEEMEN. Rjihrjjifa
ACCO IN MA
ket in the State, and C
esult getting the High
NG THE PAST FEM
190 lbs. 39.00
____220 lbs.- @ 44.00
_ 202 lbs. 39.00
1-80 lbs. @ 40.00
_ __870 Ihs. 39.00
- 750 lbs. 45.00
670 lbs. 41.00
210 lb s. 37.00
690 lbs. 44.00
- 640 lbs. 43.00
72 lbs. @ 36.00
__350 lbs. @ 48.00
388 lbs. 49.00
-430 lbs. 48.00
22 lbs. 47.00
312 lbs. @ 43.00
---490 lbs. @ 39.00
-184-lbs. @ 44.00
_160 lbs. 8 38.00
416 lbs. 39.00
..54 lbs. 39.00
458 lbs. @ 36.00
344 lbs. @ 44.00
--646 lbs. @ 46.00
- 436 lbs. @ 41.00
550 lbs. @ 40.00
___466 lbs. @ 37.00
500 lbs. @ 40.00
__520 lbs. @ 39.00
420 lbs. @ 44.00
260 lbs. @ 44.00
- 498 1bs. @ 45.00
_ 570 lbs. @ 45.00
_330 lbs. @ 50.00
750 lbs. @ 45.00
860 lbs. @R 39.00
510 lbs. (Y) 38.00
490 lbs. @ 36.00
856 lbs. @ 35.00
390 lbs. @ 35.00
- 674 lbs. @ 47.00
---- 430 lbs. @ 45.00
- 680 lbs. 43.00
-- 122 lbs. @ 40.00
-- -630 lbs. @ 33.00
... 500 lbs. (a 50.00
Mrs. H elen Arrowsmitl of Fl orence
spent lasl week in Manning with her y
parelints, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Thames. 1
Mrs. Dr. F. E. Harrison and two
children Jane and Louis of Abbeville r
spent the week en(dI' with her sister,
Mr s. E. C. Horton.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barron of
Cliarleston are visiting in Manning
Dr. and Mrs. Herman Huggins of
Pomaria are visiting the home of their
mother, Mrs. GI. HI. Huggins. .
It now looks as if we will get *a
bridge across the Santee. Meet all of
your friends at Summerton next F'ri
Announcement is made of the com-4
ing marriage of Lieutenant .Jesse iR.
Sprott and. Miss Ruth Smith. The
weddling to take place September
The Shorthand, TIypewriting and
I look keeping cou rse introduced by
Mrs. E. C. Al sbrook into her~ school
should be a great adlvantage to
stutden ts desi ring to qual ify for busi5-.
ness5 positions. Mrs. Alsbrook is
thorough in her te'ach ing andl wviIll e
assistedl by an experienced man from4
one of the lest Hlusiness Colleges of
This is to warn you 1
large again. H~e is lurk
is known b~y the name of'
D~on't wvait until you
before you think seriousi
Look at the matter o
paidl out in prIemuiumfs pr<
S. W. BARRON
:ark.s Warehouse Co
est Market Prices for
J. 0. Lowder
P. M. Bochette
P. M. Bochette
P. M. Boehette
Scott & White
White & Presley
T. A. Bradham
B. T. Bradham
J. C. Bradham
J. C. Bradham
J. F. Bradham
H. D. Galloway
Thigpen & Benton
Thigpen & Benton
W. F. Barwick ....
P. T. Bradham.
Nelson & DuRant
Nelson & DuRant
V. B. Huggins
A. C. DuBose
D. D. Kiser
Evans & Samuel
D. J. Bradham
R. B. Beatson.
-J. C. Hodge
D. C. Plowden
H. W. Beard
A. T. Player
Caesar & Mcli'addin
J. 1. Morris
W. C. Beard
R. T. Beard
Beard & Ike
Gibbons & Woo(s
R. M. Mahoney
Mayor aId Mrls. W. C. Davis accom.
anmied by M rs. Raker Hiaynesworth,
aker Ilaynesworth, Jr., and Miss
'ara Ilaynesworth left in their car
uesday for Mammoth Cave and other
oints of interest.
Henry Blanding, three of his sons
nId a strange darkey had a free for
IH fight Saturday near Blanding's
Lore on the Silver road. Henry was
a(ly cut about the head, and the
tranger was battered up considerably.
,il are colored.
Charlie Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs.
oc D~avis came near meeting with a
eriouis accident yesterday while rid
ng his motorcycle to dinner. It
e'ems that Charlie was on his right
Mrs. E. C. Nettles
Fifteen staindar d units h ighi schoa
istory, science andl peinansh ip. 'I
4udenlts for Winthrop andl Clemsor
horough grounding. Rapid pr'ogre
'ear than otherwise in two.
Commercial Course: An eflicient
nt for this department which covers a
~ourse, also shorthandrbookkeeping,
Cnglish, arithmetic and spelling essei
hat an old offender agains
ing within striking dlistance
see those ominous, murky c
y of insurance against loss I
f' windl storm nsurance like
stect the many hundreds of<
AND ITS BUSINESS TO I
FRE ANYTHING AGAINS1J
ealty & Itis
Manning S. .
.- 410 lbs. 39.00
. 166 lbs. 45.00
. 242 lbs. 41.00
.. 66 lbs. 44.00
256 lb s. 40.00
- 196 lbs. 42.00
- 600 lbs. 42.00
_. 540 lbs. 46.00
..-264 lbs. 44.00
- 84 lbs. 44.00
- 240 lbs. 50.00
. 182 lbs. 45.00
380 lbs. 46.00
. 320 lbs. 40.00
606 lbs. @ 49.00 -
840 lbs. 46.00
430 lbs. 39.00
. 200 lbs. @ 50.00
- 396 lbs. @ .42.00
. 250 lb s. @ 39.00
- 196 lbs. @ 42.00
. 380 lbs. 39.00
-. 80lbs. . 41.00
-- 70 lbs. 49.00
- 280 lb s. 38.00
....286 lbs. 40.00
-- 720 lbs. 45.00
154 lbs. @ 4.00
.. 140 lbs. 47.00
-120 lbs. @ 44.00
110 lbs. @ 44.00
250 lb s. @ 43.00
710 lbs. @ 45.00
-.200 lbs. @ 54.00
-- 614 lbs. @ 48.00
74 lbs. @ 43.00
512 lb s. 10.00
552 lb s. 36.00
. 510 Ibs. 40.00
692 lbs. @ 16.0
... 360 lbs. @ 39.00
20 lbs. @ 40.00
518 lbs. 41.00
214 lb s. 44.00
550 lbs. -10.00
- 992 lbs. 42.00
- 908 lbs. 40.00
andi mct a Colored man driving a Ford
on his left, and thinking the darkey
was not going to turn out, he crossed
over, but as he did the darkey turned
out to his right and ran over Charlie
and the motorcycle. At first it was
feired Charlie was hurt. internally,
but this morning he 'seems to be all
Policeman Flowers had a very ,.i
tertaining night last Saturday night.
lie collected around $175.00 from the
(lice rollers and other ways. In one of
the games, a negro tried to pull a ner
vey stunt so F"lowers called on his
"Blackjack" for assistance. and of
course that broke upl the game.
I English, French, Latin, miathemnatics,
'horomgh preparation for any college.
win honors. Ind ividlual instruction.
is. Students accompl ish more in one
gentleman has been securedl as assist
three or six month's complete Business
md~ typewriting course~s. 11iigli school
itial. Enroll today. Sesesion begins
property rights is at
of our town now. He
louds looming above you
this: A very fe'w dollars
lollars tied up in endang
MA Y BE TOO LATE
OHN C. BAGNAL