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DuRANT & FJ
The Following for S
160 acres, 100 cleared, 6 miles west of Manning
203 acres, 100 cleared, 2 miles South of Manning
50 acres, 40 cleared, 6 room dwelling, I mile No
430 acres, 65 cleared, 1 mile North of Sardinia $5
166 acres, 75 cleared, 1 mile from Du Rants Sid
96 acres, 75 cleared, 9 miles East of Manning $3
179 acres, 60 cleared, 8 miles East. of Manning
133 acres, 100 cleared, 4 miles West of Manning
56 acres, 38 cleared, 9 miles North East of Mani
21. acres, 20 cleared, 10 miles North East of Mar
640 acres, 300 cleared. 6 miles North of Manning
200 acres, 50 eleared, 10 miles North East of Mai
112 acres, 5 miles West of Manning $50.00 per ac
87 acres, 10 cleared, 5 miles West of Manning $2
15 acres, 10 eleare(d, 4 miles West of Manning
25 acres, 20 cleared, 1 mile North of Remini $1.
21 acres, 15 (leared, 1 mile North of Remini $1:
50 acres, 85 cleared, 1 mile North of Remini $120
42 acres. 30 cleared, 1 mile North of Remini $120
36 acres, 7 cleared, 1 mile North of Remini $35.(
24 acres, 10 cleared, I mile North of Remini $50.'
28 acres, 15 cleared, 1 mile North of Remini $90.
We also have several lots and a couple of houses
CALL AND SEE US.
DuRANT & F1
FPHONE 128 MANNING, S. C.
OUR BANK and
INSEPARABLE Your Future
A good future without saving is something that
; doesfn't often happen, you knoxw.
ana mivestmng bank.
We solicit the p at ronage of these whose person-.
mt at tibu tes aire likewise-and those who earnest
ly desire to become such.
You nmevert r'egret money saverl. 'There is- no
use to regret when it is gone.
SThe Bank of Manning &
TF. MU. MOUIZON, Cashier
We A re H-ea dquarters for
Nitrate of Soda
S in (gliantities frorn ten lorns andI
~i upwards. We have sold (luring
~F~the past ten days a large ton
S ag~e (f this material, and while
4 pric:es haIve. adlvanced du~iring the !:f
past week it is still cheap) comf
pf;ared wit~h other ammifoniates.
t <,ur price b"lefore' you~ bu
MVANNING OIL.. MILL. E
$110.00 per acre.
$100.00 per acre.
rth of Foreston.
0.00 p'er acre.
ing $100.00 per acre.
0.00 per acre.
50.00 per acre.
;150.00 per acre.
ing $175.00 per acre.
ning $75.00 per acre.
$200.00 per acre.
ming $30.00 per acre.
5.00 pe)r acre.
150.00 per acre.
25.00 per aere.
!5.00 per acre.
.00 per acre.
.00 per acre.
)0 per acre.
)0 per acre.
)0 per acre.
n the town of Manning
CAN INTRODUCE GOO1) s(; SllEs
ON FARMS IN MANY WVAyS
The cause's of in ferior'ity among live
stock, cattle, sheep, hogs, horses, and
veI 'hickelns may ble sin med up
I Lac k of )u'poSe in breedi-g p
2. Failure to use' gooId hilomi
3Indiscriminate mixing of dlit .
t. ty)t,: and breeds.
I. Lac of' tunod care mIII 4m4l1g
In huru.i1.ura:ting~ the "bettei Sires
4fter Stoc4k" erusa:de, the U.4nited
7t'r41'- ih'Jmrltin4ent ofl -\ richultulre 1
u 'tly 4 r ,og ize the obIstacles( to he
n''t and ov (1(1n4 -. TI-r m-e fea
the lbt e4'141.Irable 4.,4
a o h roduc.144are
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SHO ULD) CLEAN REFIIlGElRATOR t
THOROUGHLY ONCE A WEEK
So far as possible, refrigerators
Should be kept clean lby preventive
care. Wash the ice before it is put in
to the ice comrpartment and keep all
food inl cleanl and usually covered
dishes. Never put food away hot. it
is avisible to inspect the contents of
the refrigerator frequently for spoiled
food. Anything spilled should be Wip
ed up immediately. The following
directions for cleaning refrigerators
are given by household specialists of
the United States Department of Ag
A bout once a week, at a time when
it contains only a little ice, the re
frigerator should be thoroughly clean
ed. Remove the ice and all the food.
Take out the racks, wash them in hot
water containing soap or soda, rinse,
and wipe dry. If possible, remove the
dratinpipe, scrub inside with a long
han< led spiral brush or swab, and
seal.1. If the pipe is not removable,
it should nevertheless be thoroughly
cleaned out, for it nmy contain not
only solid matter from tlie melting ice,
bht also slime foried by the organ
isms th at thlive inl sucl a (a rk, cool,
Moist situation. The snial ltrap inl the
drainpipe should also be cleaned, and
the drain pan washed and scalded.
Wash the inside of the refrigerator
with hot wvater conltaining soap or
(odal, rinse, al(l dry thoroughly. A
small pointed sticki likie a skiewer may
be used to clean the corners and seams
So-called "iceless" refrigerators
should be cleaied as regularly as j
those of the ice-box type--the shelves
wasled and sunned, nod, if possible,
two sets of' curt ains provided, So that,
each nlt be wa(slid and suinned every
otler week. Food safes, bread boxes,
and other receptacles for food should
likewise be washed, scalded, and aire(t
regularly to prevent mold and lecay.
GRtEAT BRItTAIN WIALL
TO E,GYPT1, SAYS TIMES
Liondion, Aug. Z.-The London
Times says this morning it under
standf that Great Britain has
agreed to recognize the indepnendence
The decision, according to the Lon
(Ion Times, resulted from recent con
versations here between the Viscount
Milner Mission, which recently visit
ed Egypt, and an Egyptian delegated
headed by said Zagloul Pasha, forim
or minister of justice.
Among the fundamental points of
STATE: OP SOUTIH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendoi
COURIT OP COMMON PLEAS
SUAMONS FOR RELIEF
Il irmana P. Strange, 'J. Spl i Iman
Stimgea nd S. Elizabeth James,
I i1it il ls,
Iatha Striange, Sudie Rowe, May b
liite, Maria Mitchell, Ollie' Ayer,
1lanche J11ly, Ihoias J. Black and
Willie Pearl Strange. Defendants.
TO THE DEFENDANTS:
M\arctia Strange, MaiaMitchell
flhle Ayer', Blanche Jolly', Thoimas .J
ikand Willie Pearl St range.
YOU ARE IIEREBY SUMMONED
1and reiin ea to answer- thle amnendedl
'O iipI nt im thIiis actioii, of whIiich a
(ity is heriewith ser'ved uponi you, and
0 Serve a copjy (if youri aniswer to the
aiol amiendedI (compilainit on thle sub
"'iber aft his~ of1ice in Maiiiicg , . c
xi hiui tw~entyv dayvs after the service
borclif, exlusive oif the dlay ot' su-h
-rice; aind if yout tail ti answer the
une-ndccI i'omplain w1'it hi n thle t iwo
tior s ni, th plajintillf in this .n.,ji '
1(1( i lily ilo thle ( 'urt f or the relitf
lemanddI i n It:i. fir de complit:V ait
aie on nansi 7, i
I're I AsesneC
-t Plinit il' An I 12 or ey
A 2 R cI)c MC
he agreement are: "Egypt will re- Egypt regains control of foreign rela
ognize Great Britain's privileged posi tions, subject to her making treati
ions in the Valley of the Nile and contrary to British policy, and will
gree in case of war to afford every have the right to maintain diplo
acility for access to Egyptian terri- vill ee aboivs ebroad. Capitulatioi
ory. Great Britain will maintain it
,arrison in Egypt in the canal zone. .3 DVERTIU.E IN THE TIM5ES
WE. TURNER LOGAN
Active, Able, Aggressive.
He will do something for the District.
He is the Man You Want.
He Believes in the Rule of the People
and Preserving Their Liberties.
WE. TURNER LOGAN
Do You Wanta Home?
Begin the~ year r ight by beginning your home
or repairing the one you have. A few shingles or
a small hill1 of lumber used at the proper time may
save you many (dollars. We can help) you wvith
either. Wr ite us~ for pric.es, gradles, etc.
AVERY LUMBER Co.,
South Harv'in St. Sumter, S. C.
POF OP AGES !i
sterial Needed in your Building
& McLEOD, Inc.i
sumter. S. C. !