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MANNING S. C., WEDNE
The fellow who thinks the world
to collect it.
Woman came into politics with a v
with a scream.
Of course deadi men tell no tales.
in this pleasing occupation.
*When we mortals reach the jxtmpi
cide that it is not time to jump.
"F. 0. B." now has a new signific
high society and means "fetch your ow
Some men are so pure of mind a
about but the faults of others.
Newspaper dispatches tell us that
of a long way from being in the furna
Many a man can see a wart on a
can't see the collection plate as it pas
Soon, now, the pre-election agony
the rejoicing and the weeping. We ju
."Lucky is the woman who can tel
change. But some don't wait to hear
The last census was a difficult one
counted twice--at home, and then ag
It is better to be a year ahead o
fellow who lags behind seldom catches
drop back when advisable.
If this internal warfare over the
nations doesn't subside soon we fear il
and the booze runner revelations. A
Not satisfied with grabbing off n
Ohio now boasts a child that was boi
and an extra toe on each foot, all perf
it, tXo, will be a presidential nominee
A Chicago school teacher recently I
shop. He remarked, in substance. th
ses knowledge has nothing before him
fame awaits the fellow 'who can hang a
MR. WIDEMAN IJKED IT?
October 19, 1920.
Ed:r of The Manning Times,
Manning, S. C.
S-veral weeks ago tho colored peo
ple c Mannming, in their graded
,chool auditorium, gave a cntata, the
titic of which was "Saul, King of
Israel." I was a mong the white neo
1)le present, so I have been requested
to call to the 'rttentirm of the white
peopie of Manning tie merits of the
A"] of the characters were local
i Rheumatism C
First of all, get it firmly fixed:
uur ii tiat all the Lanimen'
in the world have no effect wha
ever on Rheumatism.
A. very common form of Rhei
matism is caused by millions<
tiny disease germs which infest ti:
blood. Tlhe one and on-ly sensib)
treatment, therefore, is one whic
cleanses the blood of theseo germ
and routs thoem entirely out of ti
Mr. Enoch Moore, of Oconee, S
was nervous, and my limbs seemed
some such feeling, I can htardly
"trembles." I was sallow, had a dr
at night. I read of Ziron anid thougl
the same for me. I knew I could at
M The Scientifi
and very shortly I felt better, ate atn
feeling gradually left me. It was a i
seemed to hit the spot."
If Mr. Moore had not been ben
took, he could have gotten his mom
druggists everywhere on a money -
I usist up~on ii o 01ron Tonic.
ing else as good, so refuse imitatio
Ask your druggist for Ziron.
ning as Second-Class Matter.
)0 per year in Advance
SDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1920
wes him a living is generally too lazy
ihoop, but let's hope she doesn't go out
Live ones need no aid from the dead
rig off point of life we immediately de
Anee. It is tacked onto invitations in
id heart they can find nothing to talk
"coal is in sight." But that's a devil
neck in the pew ahead of him when he
ses in front of him.
will be over. But then, begosh, conies
it can't get from under.
1 a lie when she hears it," says an ex
it, and neither do some Men.
to take. Most of the population was
in at Los Angeles, Newport or Palm
f your time than a day behind. The
up, but the man in the lead can always
merits and demerits of the league of
will eclipse even the baseball scandal
.nd that would be "sonic eclipse."
early all of the presidential nominees.
"n with an extra finger on each hand
2etly formed. And perhaps some day
-of the feminine persuasron.
,ave up his job and opened up a beauty
at in these days the man who dispen
but the poor house, while wealth and
rtificial beauty onto an ugly mug.
with the exception of one man andi I
think all of those present will agree
with me when I say that the manner
in which this cantata was rendered
was simply remarkable. For at least
two hours the charncters sai :d
a ted their pIt 1s without the sign of
a hitch or interruption. They certain
ly exhibited wonderful memories and
besides this some of theI had splen
Trhe cantata was given in order to
raise funds for repairing the school
building, which is badI(ly inl neved of re
pair and those of us who were present
were so struck with the worthinoss of
the cause as well as the talent of the
in This is why S.S.S.,, the greatest
ta known blood purifier is so success
.ful in the treatment of Rheuma
tism. It is a powerful cleanser of
the blood, and will remove the dis
I- ease, germs that cause your Rheu
fmtsaffording relief that is
c 8.S.8. is sold b~j meal dite
h Firee literature an mal drugite
3, can be had by writilng t~o Chief
e Medical Adviser, 154 Swift Labora
tory, Atlanta, Ga.
.C.. tells how Ziron helped him:* "I
to ache as though I was scared-or
describe it. I would have weak
aggy, worn feeling; didn't rest well
if it ha d helIped others it might do
east try it. I began using
c Iron Tonic
dI slept more, and the weak, nervous
>nIic-a builder-I neceded, and Ziron
.fted by the first bottle of Ziron he
y back, for Ziron is sold by reliable
When you need Ziron, there's nothm
ns and substitutes.
\ccent no substitutes. ZJ.3
Nervous troubles, with backache,
lizzy spells, queer pains and irregular
cidneys, give reason to suspect kidney
Neakness and to try the remedy. that
ins helpt your neighbors. Ask your
Mrs. B. F. Louder, Dinken St., Man
iing, says: "I had a slight attack of
cidney trouble about three years ago
vhich started with smart pains
;hrough the small of my back. Head
iches bothered me a good deal, and
ometimes I wao so nervous I couldn't
old anything in my hand. I was
,othered with dizzy spells, too, and
)lack specks often came before me, in
Eact, I was feeling all out of fix. A
.riend told me about Doa:'s Kidney
Pills and I got some. Doan's not only
ielped me but cured me entirely of
,he trouble as I haven't been bothered
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
;imply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mrs. Louder had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Afgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
tetors that in addition to contributing
small amount oin the outside, advised
hnt they repeat the performance.
So on Friday night, October 22,
'20, this cantata "Saul, King of
[srael," will again be rendered in the
raded school aduitorium (colored). I
inderstand that half of the auditorium
vill be set off to the white people and
[ wish to assure all of the lovers of
nusie and acting that they will get
;heir money's worth by attending. -
Yours very truly,
J. W. Wideman.
IMPORTANT MEETING OF
[n Connection With Export Corpora
A very important meeting of the
Zlarendon County Cotton Association
md of every farmer, merchant, bank
r and professional man is called to
neet in the Court House on next Fri
lay, the 22nd, inst., at 12 o'clock. J
At this meeting will be speakers to
xplain to our people the Export Cor
)oration now being organized, its
>lans etc. Every one is invited to this
iery important meeting.
W. C. Davis, President,
Clarendon County Cotton Ass'n.
1. M. Windham,
ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES
LIME-Cemont and Plaster. We
carry a full stock. Dickson Grocery
and Feed Co.
)EED RYE-Let us sell you what seed.
Rye you need. Dickson Grocery and
NOTICE-all persons are hereby
warned not to hunt, or trap upon
my lands, or those I control. W. C.
3EED OATS-Rust proof and Appler
seed oats at attractive prices. Dick
son Grocery and Feed Co.
LOST-A medi um sized brindle cow,
bobed tail, crumpled horns, lost
Thursday evening, Oct. 14th. about
one mile below Irvin Plowden's
house, on the Kingstree road. $5.00
reward for shutting up this cow.
Notify S. B. Bullard, Manning. pdI
'OR SA LE --One new Monarch type
writer in perfect condition, used less
than two weeks. Has standard key
board. WVill sell at reduced price.
Phone 715, Sumter, S. C. or call ait
26 Wright St., Sumter, S. C.-1t-c.
ECOND) HAND FURNITURE-All'
kinds of second-hand Furniture
bought and sold, Furniture repair
work of all kinds. I also do stove
and tin wor~k. J1. Witherspoon, Man
ning, S. C. it-e
3ASOLINE SYSTIEM--Oil Tanks and
Pumps, Air Compressors, 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.
O()R SA Il --at New Zion, the New
Z/iIn Telephone Company consisting
of hu ild ing, switch board,* will and
(everthing that goes to make a comn
i'let e tI'elphone business. The sale
will take place on November 1st., at
I i o'lock. 41-20.-pd.1
MILL .WOR K
A FELLOW FEELING
Judge: You are accused of
speeding. What have you to
say in in your defense?
Prisoner: I heard of a
house for rent and was try
ing to get there first.
"The case is dismissed."
Hard to find a house in
Manning; but Rigby's is easy
to find-it's the big white
and now those long sleeve
Tricolet Waists are here in co
Blue and Brown, the $12.50
kind for -------------..$9.09
PRETTY ENOUGH t
to wear on top are those "
fancy Silk "Petty" Petticoats k
in Jersey and Taffeta, Ac- PC
cordion plaited flowers, $6.50
and $7.50 1ui
New shipment of all Linen th
table Napkins, $6.00 to $12.00 F<
a dozen. bc
Matchei sets of Turkish ha
Towels and Wash Cloths,
$1.25 and up.
New style Ladies' Purses, Ou
$1.50 to $5.00.
BABY BABY BABY
Infants Corduroy Cloaks, sr
trimmed with Silk Braid and
pearl buttons ---------$5.00
Cute little Bath Robes for
baby --- -------------$1.50 at
For Babie Crib get a Mar
seilles Crib-Spread in Pink, fo
Blue or White --------$4.50
Ladies' medium weight Pi
Foot Rest Mercerized Hoso
Ribbed Top --------.30c
high class merchandise, good
service and reasonable prices.
JL JH. R
FOR SALE-One 5-horie power
Stover Engine and lot of shafting
and pulleys. Apply at The Times
CEDAR SHINGLES-Do you ne.1.
any? We handle only the best
grade. Dickson Grocery and Feerl
TUA IC & OESI
Quality Tell-P-ice Sells
i1 H. R IGBY
'he Young Reliable
HAVE GOOD CHEER
The following clipped from a N. Y.
mmercial journal reads good
Whether sailing a chartered sea or un
i,..n waters, the mariner keeps his
es on the horizon. bomewhere below
at dark blue line lies the harbor he
List reach. It may 'be one he already
lows or it may be a new unguessed
To the sailor on unchartered seas the
rbor is as important as thw horizon.
ic cry "land!" which first echoed over
e water of America, did not solve the
ial difficulties of the intrepid explorers.
>r hours or days after sighting land.
ats must skirt the rugged or sand
und coast for a harbor, but always the
rbor is found.
at you be of good spirit as you read of
r this week's offerings.
HERE YOU ARE!
36 inch best quality Yellow home
un -- ---------------------_. 21c yd.
36 inch Bleached Pajama Checks, 25c yd
36 inch Snow White Linene ----.30c. yd
36 inch Crisp Nurses Cloth --- -45c yd
36 inch Pearl-Sheen Satin, very special
per yard --------------------_. . $3.50
50 inch. All Wool Blue Storm Serge,
e $3.50 kind to be yours for ..$2.90 yd
36 inch Wool Serge in Dark Red, to go
r the yard . ...----- -- .....-...$1.50
Many pieces Wool Suitings in Black
d White and Colored Plaids $1.25 yard
36 inch Black Wood Serge ----$1.25 yd
Large assortment Cotton Suiting in
aids for ------ ---------------75c yd
Our out of town friends will find
hitching and parking space in our
back lots and a back store entrance
right at hand.
[BY The I
'OR SALE-One lot 50x170, one Du
roc-Jersey boar, two sows, crop of
Porto Rico yam potatoes, $850 for
a!!. Terms cash. Address "V. S."
care The Times. it-pd.
'INE OFFICE POSITIONS-paying
splendid salaries are recorded
every day by our employment bu
no man (
Cof choice Tur
tobaccos hand you
isfy every smoke c
You will prefer tf
kind smoked straig
appeal to you. T1
Go the limit wit:
tire your taste. Ari
ant cigaretty aftert
Just compare 4
rette in the worn
Camels are aokd ever y where ir
packages of 20 cigarettes; or
cigarelttes) in a glasine-pep
We strongly recommn,,c this
or office supply or whetn yo,
. ,. nuvNOLnS rT EIAC .
Pupil: What, in your opin
ion, professor, is the most dif
ficult mathematical problem?
Professor (grimly): Trying
to make both ends meet, my
And that's another fact but
Rigby's revised prices will be
a great help.
A FEW MqRE
of those slightly damaged
Sweaters to go at your own
figures-dye 'em or rinse
them in Lux.
One lot Blue and Black
Serge Skirts to move out at
from ----------$3.75 to $8.50
Ready to slip on Gingham
frocks in tasty plaids for
Misses and Ladies' $3.50 to
Silk Pongee, Tokie
weave natural shade, 36
in., worth $2.50 to go
for -- ----------$1.75 yd.
36 inch no-split Black Taf
feta, to go for --.- $2.25 yd.
36 inch Poplin Cloth, all
colors, worth 75c to go for
per yard ------------- 55c
7 and 8 yards lIaby-Bolts
of Outing to go at the
yard -- --------------22%c
BIG BOY-LITTLE BOY
FAT BOY-SLIM BOY
See our Martha Washing
ton Junior Suits before you
buy. We know you will like
them and then too you'll find
in our store an assortment of
rifles to use on your outing.
A Hart Schaffner & Marx
Suit you MAN if you want
style and comfort.
reau. We can fill only ope fourth
of the positions listed. If you want
a position with a bank or a high
class business house where future
advancement is assured, prepare now
by taking our business course. We
guarantee positions as soon as
students are fitted to take them.
For particulars, write Draughon's
Columbia, S. C.
ever smoked a better
at any price!
ty, and their expert blend
<ish and choice Domestic
a cigarette that will sat
esire you ever expressed.
is Camel blend to either
-mildness will certainly
e "body" is all there, and
! It's a delight!
a Camels! They will not
d, they leave no unpleas
aste nor unpleasant ciga
Camels with any ciga
d at any price!
ratn f'or the home
).. Winston-salem,, N. C.