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are surprised when they
trade for CASH at our
store at the savings that
they make on their pur
chases. You will do well to
give the - CASH and
-CARRY plan a chance.
Below you will find the
,PRICE BAROMETER for
Best Pearl Grits
. White Rose Shad
23c a can
King Bird Salmon <
20c a can
Best Cream Cheese
35c a lb.
Best Whole Grain
Best Mixed Sweet Pickle
Good Green Coffee
Roasted and Ground
Best Red Onions
Best Porto Rico
3 lbs. for $1.00
Best Irish Potatoes
Dime Brand Milk
- 20c acan
Blue Ribbon Peeled
4 lbs. for $1.00
8 lb. bucket $1.90
North Carolina Sun
12% c a lb.
YOU p~eop~le just stick to
us and we will give old
man H. C. L. the greatest
run for his life you eyer'
saw. We want your trade
and we p)romise to save
THE CASH AND) CARRY
We D~on't Cut Prices
We Make Them
be hfluniAg MiMs.
Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1920.
The general election comes off next
- She lovea and lies, Norma Talmadge
Friday night, also Hall Roomboys.
Mr. F. P. Burgess was a business
visitor to Columbia Monday.
Mrs. Moses of Sumter visited her
laughter, Mrs. J. A. Weinberg this
Rev. James Plowden of Virginia is
visiting his brother, Mr. W. M. Plow
Mrs. D. Hirschmann has returned
from New York where she purchased
A large stock of goods.
What is the greatest question? See
the big D. W. Griffith production at
Mrs. Quinnie Shuler of Eutawville
Fs visiting her neice, Mrs. W. S. Plow
Rev. J. H. Rosenberg of Nashville,t
[en., a converted Hebrew preached in
he Presbyterian church last Sunday
Married in Sumter last Thursday,'
diss Edna Newman of Manning andl
dr. James Lee Von Santen of Char
The people of Manning should meet
Dugen O'Brien, you'll like him. See
rim in "The Perfect Lover" Tuesday
kight at Pastime.
Mr. J. Ingram Bradham of Mann
ng was elected vice president of the
bouth Carolina Duroc Breeders Asso
iation in Columbia yesterday.
Bradham Duroc Farm won live rib
ions with six hogs at the Southern
4ational Show, Atlanta, last week.
"here were hogs there from Okla
Loma, Missouri, Ohio, Indiana, Mary
and, V.irginia, Kentucky, Florida, and
ennessee and Union.
HOLD YOUR COTTON
Sumter, S. C., Oct. 23, 1920.
editor The Manning -Times,
Believing that cotton Is worth con
iderably more than the present mar
dtoncy b-ick without Q!Ucet o
f HUNT'S Salve fall& in t
rentment of ITCH, ECZ8%MA. fI
"ther itching akin dimER....
Cry a 75 cont box at our risk.
DICKSON'S DRUG STORE
If yOul want to build
with everything nee<
Get our prices first.
FERN AN DIN
High Grade Fi
"Stockholders are requ<
--now for immediate deliVe
delivery. We guaranteei
respectfully solicit your i
_ ~ Corn
ket price and knowing that if the
farmer uses good juggment by with
holding from the market as much'cot
ton as he possibly can with safety in U
order not to flood the market, the
price of cotton will make Oereeptible *
gains. Believing that the farmers, at
least many of them, are denying
themselves of the many things neces
sary to make life endurable, I have
instructed all the .branch Atores of U
The Battery to.take cotton in ex- U
change,for merchandise at market U
prieg and hold the cotton for them un
til the market inproves.
I feel it is the duty of every one
who is capable to help the farmer at U
the present jimeture, which is only U
temporary ahd partly imaginative, and U
dispel the seemingly dark clouds that *
at times look so gloomy. I am per- g
fectly willing to do my share, and I
invite every merchant, banker, law
yer and doctor to do the same. If we
all bull together, and get the fariner U
to help us help them, the hour wilj U
not be far away when prosperity will U
again dance upon the hearthstones of
We have the health, we have the
wealth, let us keep up our courage,
let us keep our heads erect, let us open
our hearts in a neighborly way, let us
co-operate with one another, because
each one's welfare depends on the oth
ers and because only in that way will,
we be able to make our country a
place worthy of the people living
Very ruly yours,
S. L. Krasnoff.
The Battery is a corporation, or
ganized in 1916 under the laws ofU
South Carolina and all it's stock-hold-1U
ers are residents and citizens of South
Carolina. The general manager is: 0
well known throughout this section as
a man who is taking great interest in
all public matters, and a friend ofI
the farmer. It is a corporation of 1
strictly local character and imbuedU
with the interest of local affairs.
Since its organization, starting with 3
one store at Sumter,. by hard worki
good business managemeint and pleas
ant association amongst the people
they ha-ve now spread their interests
in four counties and are still grow
We wish to express our deep grati-*
tude and our srnse of obligation to
our many friends and the public gen
erally for their numerous words and
deeds of help and sympathy in the'E
loss of our planing mill, lumber sheds U
and contents thereof by fire Monday N
A more generous spirit could not have *
been shown and we are deeply grate 0
ful for it.
D. W. Alderman & Sons Co.
Alcolu, S. C.
October 26, 1920.
The community was greatly sur
prised last Sunday afternoon when: M
Miss Pearl Baker of New Zion and
Mr. Larry J. Posto- of Cades was
quietly married. Miss Baker is a
pdpular young lady of New Zion see ti
3,e . c's~
A, FLORID)A. ||
ish Fertilizers s
~Sted to place their orders
r'y or for Fall and Spring
>ulr prices to be right andin
tilizer and Oil
We Are Bull
Future in ti
That We Art
1 In these times of high
ounce of pressure and all t
to hold down prices.
EXAMINE, FOR INS
Present conditions are
I and the valuies we offer to(
I our methods are absolutel
I THE LARGI
1 14 N. Main Street
n ad the community will miss her
'eatly. Mr. Poston Is a prosperous P1
mung mian of Cades, S. C. We wish el
e happy couple much joy and suc
ANTATA PROVES t0
- BIG SUCCESS
By request the Mainning Choral
ub repeated the cantata entitled
nul, King of Israel" Friday night'
mober 22, 1920. This club is manag
by Prof. Jno. S. Boyd and Dr. A.
Brown who are nresident and
aracter respectively. The entertain- e:
e~nts were given in the interest of "
pnairing the Colored Graded School. --
iere was a packed house at both
nies, of both whaite. and colored peo
Special mention is made of Murray
studlent of Allen University, Colum
a, and Beulah Walker of Manning
'mo is also a studlent ow Allen.
urray actedl the part of "Saul".
accial mention is made of Prof. ('
irroughs, formerly of Charleston but
*w of Edward Waters College, Jack
nville, Flu. Prof. Burroughs is a
other-int-law of Dr. Bronmn's and
tedl the part of "David." He thrill
the audience mith his voice.
Tlhe maagers and members of the
ab, the principal and teachers and
iend~s of the school mish to express
eir dleepest appreciation to both
lite and colored friends for their
tronage also for their liberal do
Let us Insi
In any que
We can a]
S. W. BARRON
cos f, production, we are
he inhuence possessed by 4
TAliVE, OUR SHOWING
,10 $30.00, e
a supreme test of organiz
lay present all the proof th
BST STOCK IN EASTERN
. J Chc
of Hart Schaffner & Marx
Ations aside fron? their attending the
lay. Prof. Boyd showed a list where
rery business concern in the city and
any private white citizens donated
oni one dollar up to five dollars and
)ove for the aiding of repairing the
te schpo1 puildkng,.. We thank you.
INEWOOD INVITES US TO COME
ditor I Manning Times,
Manning S. C.
Allow me' s act in your weekly to
etendl to you the citizens of Mann
g and the . bunty of Clarendon a
you buak a Lens save1
ire your Cotton
mntity, at any p1
[so stor e it for y
Manning, S. e.
I for the
bringing to bear every N
mur perfect organization I
ation and buying power,
at any man can ask that
SUMTER, S. C.
most cordial and hearty InviAtion to
join in with us here at Pinewood on
Friday, November 12th, when we will
celebrate our Second Annual Com
munity Fair. The business firms of
Sumter, S. C. are going to close their
places of business that day at noon
and motor over for the fair. A fifteen
piece Military band from Camp Jack
son will furnish music during the
day. A big time, a big day for all.
Cone and join'in with us. Every visi
tor has a key to the town. I beg to
Walter D. Epperson,
Mayor of Pinewood.
~he pieces. You can have
SM ET R IS T
ou in the
OHN C. BNALaa