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Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1921
We wish everybody a merry Xmas.
Miss" Augusta Appelt visited i
Charleston this week. j
To have a prosperous year read tho
Bradhani Duroc Farm adv.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ness speni
Sunday in Bishopville.
Success to you in 1921-but you'l
have to hustle for it.
Wendell M. Levi, Esq., of Sunitei
was a business visitor here yesterday
Mr. Ed Reardon is confined to th<
house with a case of the "flu."
What is the great event Decembei
28th ? Read Bradham Duroc Fari
Mr. Ingram Wilson of Georgetowr
is spending the holidays with his par
ents in Manning.
Mrs. L. 11. Harvin has returned
home after spending several weeks in
Give papa or mama or son a sow,
read Bradham Duroc adv. for Xmas
Miss Mabel Todd of Washington is
visiting Mrs. Wallace Plowden in
All of the banks in Manning will
close Saturday and Monday for the
The town is live with college boys
and girls who have come home for the
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Harvin who are
now living in Orangeburg are visiting
relatives in Manning.
Mr. and Mrs. Covert Plowden left
last night for their new home at Mt.
Carmel, S. C.
Fire last Saturday night destroyed
the store and stock of merchandise of
Mr. Walker K. Hill near Paxville.
The Presbyterian church will give
their annual Xmas tree tomorrow
Mr. Ed Brown who is located in
Savannah is in Manning to spend
Christmas with his family.
The banks of Manning will be closed
on Saturday and Monday for the
Messrs. Aaron Abrams, S. Katzoff
and Harry Steinhardt were Columbia
visitors Monday, making the trip over
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Thames of
Florence spent Sunday in Manning
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.
B. Tpames .
The customers of the Home Bank
and Trust Co., are receiving handsome
silver pencils from the enterprising
institution in appreciation of the busi
ness entrusted to them the past year.
The many friends of both parties
will learn with surprise of the mar
riage of Miss May Isabelle Cutter to
Mr. George Chalmis on June 16th. The
ceremony was performed at Savannah,
Ga. Mr. Chalmiis, who Is proprietor of
The Dixie Cafe, several months ago
purchased the Wideman property on
Cemetery Street and the young couple
have taken up housekeeping there.
take an inv
that have b
think of "F
SEVEN MILLION GOES
TO FORD WORKP
Edsel B. Ford, president of the Pord
Motor Company, Detroit, has announc.
ed that the regular cash bonus estab.
lished Decem'ber 31, 1919 will be con.
tinued on the same basis this year.
Bohus checks are now being made out
and distribution of them will start
the first of January. These bonuses
are in excess of $7,000,000 00 and will
be shared by approximately 75,000
In addition, the Ford Motor Com
pany announces an extra three per
cent for the six months ending Decem.
ber 31, on Ford Investment Certifica
tes. This is in addition to the guar
anteed six percent, (8 per cent having
been paid July 31, 1920) making a to
tal of 14 per cent for the year 1920.
Every one in the employ of the
company prior to October 1, this year
and on the payroll December 31 re
ceives a bonus. The bonus goes to
the employe free and clear. However,
if he wishes, lie may invest his money
in Ford Investment Certificates which
carry a guaranteed interest of 6 per
cent and also two special payments
decided on by the directors of the
The bonus affects Ford employes at
work in the Ford factory, Detroit;
Ford Blast Furnaces and Tractor
Plant, River Rouge, Mich., all United
States branches, besides the foreign
branches at Copenhagen, Denmark;
Bordeaux, France; Cadiz Spain;
Buenis Aires, Argentine; Sao Paulo,
Brazil; Montevideo, Urugury and Cork
Miss Ruby McElveen of Clemson
College is at home for the holidays.
Miss Ruth Moore left this morning
for Fort Worth, Fla., where she will
spend her Christmas vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Verner have ar
rived from Lake City to spend the
holidays with Mrs. G. H. Huggins.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Huggins and
Master Herman Huggins, Jr., of Po
maria will spend the Christmas holi
(lays with Mrs. G. H. Huggins.
The many friends of Mr. Charles
Sprott will be glad to learn that he
is convalescing rapidly from an opera
tion for the r' -oval of a tumor at the
Baker Sanitat um in Charleston on
Fire destroyed the store of the
Eadon-Wilson Co., at Paxville yester
day morning. The building was own
ed by Mr. Henry Curtis, and insured
for $4000. The Eadon-Wilson Co.,
carried $12,000 on the stock.
Last Wednesday afternoon several
boys were gathering pecans in "Wein
berg town and Carrol McKelvey was
shot in the back by Edger Levan, a
colored boy about twelve years old.
Carrol was taken to the Toumey hos
pital, Sumter. The little fellow is do
ing nicely but we learn the ball will
not be tafen out, on account of the
location of it.
The College Preparatory school will
close Thursday, December 23 for the
Christmas holidays and reopen Tues
day January 4. Efficient work is be
ing (lone by the students and severa
are preparing to enter colleges the
Mrs. Ei. C. Alsbrook, princip-', wil
spend the holidays in Columbi Tam
den and North Carolina visiting rela
The following members of the col
le.c set who have arrived are Misses
Mi:dred Brown, Fannie James Davis
and Maude Sprott from C verse
Misses Mary Davis, Elma Coskrey and
Virginia Geiger from Columbia Col
lege, Miss Alice Clark from Richmond
College, Miss Leila Margaret Dickson
from, Clhicora, Edlward and Burgess
Sprott, Ralph King and William Mc
Leod from Wofford.
DS, as we approach
RISTMAS, let us noi
ignificance of the di
entory of the man'
een ours during the)y
the holidays let us fl
eace on earth and
[sh every one a lN
B. B. BREED
he Cash and Camr
IN MEMORt OF
MR8. R. t LOGAT
Ble sd are the de d whih die inl th
lord from henceforth. ea'aIth th
Spirit, that they may rest from theI
labors; and their works do folloN
them. Rec. 14: 18.
Monday, December 118th about 6 1
m. Mrs. Logan, who had just- passe
her 77th birthday, was called Into th
Glory Land. Fro ma bed of sufferin
to a land free from all sin, sorrov
For years she walked *and talke
with Jesus and a heaveply smile resi
ed upon her brow as she passe
through the opened door into th
.Of her own immediate family sh
leaves behind her one daughter, Mrk
E. H. Speer of Ponchatoula, La, an
four sons, one of Alcolu, one of Sun
merton, one of Fairfax and- one c
Her only grand-daughter, Mrs. I
G. Smith of Winston-Salem, N. C
came to Manning for the purpose o
helping tp care for her while sick. Thi
was a comfort not only to the famil
but also to friends.
All earthly cares were lifted fror
her shoulders as daughter and grand
daughter ministered to her every wan
week after week.
Mrs Logan listened with delight t
the reading of God's Word and love
to have the children sing to her th
songs of Zion.
The substance of her last message t
the sisters of her church was "I lov
Tuesday at 3:30 her remains wer
laid to rest in the Manning Cemeter
her pastor, Rev. J. A. Easley officiat
She will be missed by many but ou
loss is her gain for it is written
Precious in the sight of the Lord I
the death of His saints.
"1OB" JONES COMING TO
MANNING JANUARY 7th
Arrangements have been made fe
the noted evangelist, "Bob" Jones t
be in Manning on January 7th at
cording to Rev. L. B. McCord, chair
man of arrangements. Manning i
considered fortunate in being includ
ed among the fifteen places in th
State to be visited by this famou
'evangelist in his, tour in connectio
with the State-wide campaign of Sun
clay Evangelism of the South Carc
lina Sunday School Associsition. Th
meeting will be held at 7:30 p. in. a
the Presbyterian church and a ca
pacity -audience including all denorn
inations of the town and many rer
resentatives from the county is ex
"Bob" Jones, is said to stand almos
without a peer among America
preachers. It is said, that the oni
person with whom he can be compare
is the famous "Billy" Sunday, who i
vice-president of the Interdenomina
tional Evangelistic Association o
America of which Mr. Jones is presi
dent. Mr. Jones, although a com
paratively young man is well-know
throughout America, having copducte
tabernacle meetings in over half a
the States of the Union. He wa
was chosen from all America to giv
the daily evangelistic message at th
great Methodist Centenary expositio:
at Columbus Ohio last year.
SHOWER IS GIVEN
MISS GERTRUDE HAILE1
A number of friends gave a sur
prise miscellaneous shower to Mis
Gertrude Hailey on Saturday eveninF
in the sun parlor at Hylton Hall. Mis
Hailey has been with us a number o
months and will soon wed L. Dixoi
and move to South Carolina.
When Miss Hailey entered the rooi
she was given the end of a cord and
asked to unravel the knots and tan
gles to the end. As she unwound th
cord fromv chair:;, tables and all sort
of hiding places, she would find pack
age after p~ackage (lone up in brigh
L forget the
ty. Let us
ad time to
He knows thc
here with the
will be right
The Largest Stoi
D. J. Ci
e ribbons and tissue paper, containing
linens and other beautiful gifts.
After delicious refreshments, a
bride's cake was cut and the following
were successful in the cutting: Miss
Daisy Smith, the thimble; Miss Mary
Thomasson, the brooch; Miss Gay
Braxtbn, the new dime, while Miss
Hlailey herself got the ring.
r . Those present were. Misses Fannie
D Weaver, Hattie Hylton, Gay Braxton,
. Marietta Haskins, Daisy Smith, Mary
. Thomasson, Virginia May, Emily
Barnes, Alice Griggsk Rachel Schwab,
Mary Lee Griggs, May Jones and Mes
d dames N. B. Haskins, Lillian Hay
s man, Ida Moore, Ola Williams, Flor
ence Penick, Bertha Blanton and Tom
Childress.-Danville, Va., Bee.
. Miss Hailey is a daughter of Mr.
e and Mrs. H. J. Hailey of near Mann
t ing and is well known by our younger
.- A DOCTOR'S CHILD
Was tortured by eczema, with its
t terrible itching and burning. His
'i skill could not mhke her well, but
i Zemerine diA. le praises this rem
I edy. Sold in two sizes (50 cents and
s $1) by Dickson Drug Store.
- The anilual meeting of the policy
i holders of the Abbeville-Greenwood
i Mutual Insurance Association will be
f held in Greenwood on Tuesday, Jan
u uary, 4th, 1921.
J. R. Blake, Secty.
3 Greenwood, S. C. Dec. 20, 1920-iti
A CARD OF THANKS
We desire to thank the many friends
for their kindness and sympathy
shown us in our recent bereavement,
and to express our appreciation for
the beautiful floral offerings.
MRS. W. M. O'BRYAN,
MRS. W. E. JENKINSON,
MRS. L. R. McINTOSH.
December 17, 1920.
A CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank the many friends
and neighbors for their untirmng kind
ness and loving words of sympathy
(luring the illness and after the (death
of our darling mother and grand
4 Mrs. Spears andl Mrs. Smith.
LETTER TO OLD) SANTA
Sumnmerton, Dec. 18, 1920.
.Just a short note to let you knowv
what I would like to have for Christ
imas. I am afraid I'm asking for too
much, but please bring me a bicycle
and wvrist wvatch and some candy and
nuts. Now please Santa bring these
fo I'm a little boys in the second
Your loving friend,
Let us Ine
In any qu
S. W. BARRON
toe Wore 1
tan yhing purchased
ty' Merchandise." Y
assurance that anytli
in style and price, a
;k in Eastern Carolina
indow For Gift St
of Hart, Schaffner & Mar
OF COTTON SOON
American Export. Corporation Assemb
ling Staple' for Initial Sale.
Charleston, Dec. 20.-The arrival 1
of the S. S. Hawaian of the Ameri
can-Hawdiian line toay marked an
important event in local maritime
ircles in the resumption of the calls of
this important service between Char
leston and the Pacific coast, but of
greater interest to South Carolina is
the fact that when she sails, she will
not return to California but will go z
on to New York' and thent, to I
Bremen, Germany, carrying aboard 1
several hundred bales, among her
consignment to be loaded here of
1,100, furnished by the American Ex
port corporation, this cotton 1.Ang
the first movement of staple effetted
through the workings of the Ul, con
-ern recently launched in' South Car- I
Dlina and of Southwide scope. Some
300 bales of cotton have been assem
bled from various points in Soulth
Carolina for the initial export move
ment of the corporation and, having t
been graded and con1iressed at Co- t
lumbia, are now on the way to Char- <
leston to be loaded aboard the t
Hawaiian and will leave this week I
While the price obtained for the
staple is not announced the terms I
made are very satisfactory, accord- a
ng to a number of the corporation It
it Charleston, and promises future N
business along lines most signifi- (
.ant to the reviving of cotton ex- c
)orting, at it time when every bale I
;old on good terms means much to I
;he grower. This present shipment c
s small, but it will make a lot of i
ioise in exporting circles.
Poland also wants to get some ofc
My most valuable sto<
tacles and Eyeglasses b
sures your getting com
fitted. If you want th<
C Your 4
ure your Cotton
antity, at any pla
iso store it for yc
ealty ,& Inst
Manning, SL C..
at this store
ou can trade
ing you buy
rid you have
to Choose From
hould Convince Every Manning
The frank statement of a neighbor,
elling the merits of a remedy,
Bids you pause and believe.
The same endorsement
3y some stranger far away
Commands no belief at all.
Here's a Manning case.
A Manning citizen testifies.
Read and be coivinced.
W. N. Hill, says: "About two years
tgo I was troubled with my kidneys.
['here were.pains across the small of
ny back and it felt as if someo'ne
vere sticking a knife into me. My
ierves were all unstrung and often
;imes I had dizzy spells. I felt as if I
vantea to sleep all te time. A friend
'ecommended Doan's Kidney Pills so
: bought some at Dickson's Pharmacy.
)oan's Kidney Pills entirely cured me
>f the trouble and I haven't been
Price 60c, at all dealers. Pon't
imply ask for a kidney remedy-get
)oan's Kidney Pills-the saine that
4r. Hill had. Foster-Milburn Co.4i
dfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
;he corporation's cotton, Likewise
he Czecho-Slovaks' have been nego.
iating with this new concern, both
offering excellent credits and terms
hat look good. The cotton will be
iandled from cars to shipholds and'
vill be loaded with dispatch.
The Hawaiian discharged 1,500
iarrels of flour and 8,000 cases of
almon at Charleston for distribu
ilon here and in the interior. She
vas to Qave taken a return cargo for,
,alifornia, but the export movement
,f cotton andother goods turned up
n time to inake a trip abroad most
>rofitable. This initial shipment of
otton from about the state Is caus
ng general satisfaction among the
>romoters of the American Export
ek in trade is not Spec
'ut the seIice that in..
-rect glasses correctly
a best service you will
u in the
HN C. I$AGNAL