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Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 192
Misses Beulah and Lucy Wilson i
turned to Sumter on Sunday.
Miss Corinne Bat1eld spent t
weiek end inl Sumter.
B. B. Brecd iii has IoveI into t
rtore made vacant by S. Katzoll.
Don't fail to hear "Bob" Jones F
Mr. Akilen Sauls Ieft SuntIay for 1
home in Winston-Salem.
Born to 'Mr. and Mrs. William Br
ham on Mo.ilay, a ten pound girl.
The manning schools opelel yest<
(lay after a two week's holiday.
Mr. A. Abranis has returnel ho
from a business trip to Baltimore
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ness have resis
ed their porition with the New 1(
Mr. S. Katzotf has moved into I
11andstioe store VichI he purcham
from A. A brams.
The Manning Grocery Co., is n
do(ling business in the store oppos
the old electric plant.
Dickson's Drug Store will open
enfe in the building recently occupi
by Dicksoi Grocery and Feed Co.
The store recently occupie(l by B.
Brtee in s Grocery is being relodlel
an1d Will be occup:ed by the post dIli'
Fred Wlite. colored, was smthitI
V to death in a pile of cotton se
at the Oil Mlill last Thursday mloririt
The January IIeeting" of the Chi
endiln (Coutty teachers associati
will b" held at the Cour t lonuse S.
Un iiy. Jumary 81h at levei i'clot
A full -attetnIalce of the teachervs
B. B. Breedin's
CASH AND CARRY
now located in the heart o1
Manning, in front of th<
Court House. We list c
few values that can be ha(
Whole Grain Rice
15c a Qt.
15c a lb.
A Pure Parched and
15c a lb.
303c a I b.
Best Creamery Butter
60c a IIb.
35c a Peck
)c a cani
Gra~tnulated Suga r
10c a lb.
B. B. Bre e din 's
CASH AND) CARRY
Wie M~'ake Them
IT'S EASY TO
Keepl the l iver and kidlnevsi
perfect cond it ion. 'Thiy thnrow of
the germs and make colds imipos
sihb>-if in perfect condition,
A\ 'otrect regutlator wil b
D)R. HILTON'S LIFE
for the Iive'r anad k idn eys.
Immtledliate re'li('f is giventi
cases of constipation, indigestio
It is pleasant to take, excites
pleasanit senise of warm th in th
stomaach, d ifusi ng 'itiel f throuig
tYour drtuggist sells Drt. 1 il ton'
ift with a ''satisfaction or mone1K
(Colds antd influnenza are suc(cess
fully treated by using Murray'
H1orehotinil Muollein andl Tart,i
conjuaction with Dr. Hilton's Lift
MURRAY D)RUG CO.
lioOur charge a<
:ie on a strictly 3
i ing will. be cl
old until paid.
IAls iv Harvin nftr spend i I
the hoidays with relatives in 1lar
edi r eturned to Columbia Sunday
.1. I~adGamble took the o.ith
wI t offi-e la satu-fy amd is It
to sher-iff ol ('nrendlon County.
The co10 (eld eIople held their
a l.1 elaiteipatiol celeubration ill a
ed ning last Saturday.
e r. Amanda lI. a rvin has retuin
home after Spending the holiitys
3.W. 11. \ihockin ton was taken
SuZret sanday niiight for m1edh
x a I ittion.
ar. Charlie Sprott who was oper
ed o-. Ist week in Charleston his I
l is- AIddie Weinherg has rtturn
f1oma G eorget \1 own. wherv she visit
f:: is during Christlas.
- Alr. and Ilrs. Aibert Galloway a
chiidren (of Clinton Spent tile holida
here with relatives.
essr. Davis .\loise and I
Holley (of Suiter were business vi:
ton, here on Maonday.
21iss Celeste Ilrvin has returned
A thinta, Where she will resume I
duties in tile schools.
Ahrs. s"ttewart Harvinl was takien
a hlospitA in Charleston Sunday nig
1nd (n yester-day unlder-went anl opel
IL-:inl Mot,-:r. C., and Tholm:
- We-ttiteTori Co., have exchang
bu'' i o ald are nlow doilg busiic
i their respective places.
TIlhe- Dickson Grocery and Feed (
have moved into theit new quartel
itadle vacantt by the MAalnning Groct
, v. (urry Stukes returned to 1
lanta last Thutsday night, aftert sper
iter the holidays with his parents
FRmEE TOBACCO SEA., 1
'(omt to Ixon Weintberg's Store a
yoir Fre:- Tobacco Seed.
inttltg, s .
"Meet us o
Across the stree'tt fr<
Plnjust as you entti
ton or Davis Station r
:j oads. While the Store
is small, our1 wareChous
II away are amle( and(,
ly interesting to our n
:1Ouir (icdit anddei
thanks to the host of<
usI isth their genernous
Weare just as near
ystemn andl telephone
Simply call 'phone No.
As heretofore, we
in Fancy and Sta
Field and Car
:ing Jan. Ist
:counts will be run
0 day basis, noth
iarged on unpaid
are over 30 days
n1 Statemient of the Condition of
1ANK OF SUMMERTON
Of I tLocnted at Summerton, S. C., at tle
close of business Deeembet.31st, 1920.
Lotsis and discounts _ - 155,463.47
Overdrafts -_ . ..- ... 260.94
Bonls and stocks owned by
tle bank - 86,025.00
In rniture and fixtures _ 400.00
Banking house ... . . 1,000.00
Other real estate owned .... 1,500.00
Due fromn banks and bank
I v s -- - . - .. - - _ _ -_ 27.91278
to Currency 2,820.00
Gold- - 5.00
Silver II( other mlinor coi) 433 63
Check,; and eash items 1,17S.95
PExchanges for the clearing
U. S. \ictory Bonds 11,400.00
1OTA . __.. -$289,102.52
M 1A BI11TI ES
O Capital stock paid in 25.000.00
-rplus fund . 15,000.00
Undivided prolits, less cur- -
re x epenses and taxes
pm id - -d - -- - 18,424.95
Due to banks and banlk
Dividends uIpaid 1,750.00
subject to check 97,800.50
Savings deposits 72,561.39
er of deposit 28,019.65
Cashier's checks 1,172.88
it, Blls payable, includili Cer
tilicntes for miion'ey hor..
111Wad . - 20,000.00
Reserve fund canrried on 0
rr rlindividuaml or. sav
e ins ledger . 3,500.00
Reserve for ilteels ......2,017.19
Recrdill accounts 30. 10
.,T TA I [-....$289,102.52
r STATE O6V SOUTHl CAROLINA,
ry County of Clarendon ss.
Befor( ml4e calie John W. Lesesne
Cashier of the above lallied bank,
t- who, being duly sworn, says that the
(I- above and folevoillg statemient is a
in true condition of said bank, as shown
by the books of said baik.
.1n1. W. Lesesnle,
S.vniii to and subscribed before ile
tlis -tth day of .anuiry, 1921.
nii G. C. Carrigan,
Correct Attest:- J. A. veinuber'g,
n the Corner"
>mn the old1 Ice and Light
r Manning on the Summer
oads. Ours is the first store
ing by either of the above
bu ild1ing we distibute from
ing facilities, just one block
vith ouri overhead ex penses
weC expect to make it high
Ilany good1 patr'ons.
ary bulsiness is going on just
sh to expr'ess our1 sincere
ustomer's who have favored
you todlay with our delivery
as we ever were before.
8 and1 we'll do the rest.
~hall continue to be leaders
pie Groceries, Paints,
Stains, Enamels, Cal
in Oil, Dry Colors,
den Seeds, Kodaks,
iphic Supplies and
ihould Convince Every Manni
The frank statement of a neight
elling the merits of a remedy,
Bids you pause and believe.
The salle endorsement
3y some stranger far away
Commands no belief at all.
Here's a Manning case.
A Manning citizen testifies.
Read and be convinced.
V. N. lill, says: "About two ye
%go I was troubled with my kidne
l'here were pains across the small
ny back and it felt as if some(
vere sticking a knife into me.
erves were all unstrung and of
imies I had (izzy spells. I felt as i
vanteid to sleep all the time. A fric
Oconnulen1ded Doan's Kidney Pills
bouhit some at Dickson's Pharma
)onn's Kidney Pills entirely cured
if the trouble and I haven't bc
Price 60e, at all dealers. Dc
imply ask for a kidney remedy--j
oatn's Kidney Pills--the same tI
ir. Hill had. Foster-M ilburn (
0f6s., Buffalo, N. Y.
A r.eeting of the stockholders
'larendon Cotton Oil Company v
)e held at the oflice of Wells-IL
'ompany inl Ma Inning, S. C., on M(
lay leihruary 7th, 1921 at 12 o'cl
ioot for the purpose of considerinj
-esolution to wind up the afrairs of
;-,lid complany which is a cooperat
m1(d dissolve the charter of same.
Manning, S. C., .Jan. 5, 1921-1-5
This is to notify tile pitaik g
?ral that we have opened up an at
mobile -Ind repair shop in the
.ofYey & Rigby stand where we
be pleased to meet oar many frien
We intend to give nothing but the v
lest service at the'. most reasona
irices. We ask your patronage.
TIHOS. .1. STUKES,
It-pd. Manning, S.
All' persons having claims agai
the Estate of Sarah 11. Hodge x
lease file due proof of same with
m1 'ei'signed, and all persons indeb
ito the Estate of Sarah HI. Ho
wvill please make settlement with
The SumUter Trust Coml pa n
Dbuy qualilled Administrator of
Estate of Snarah II. I lodge,
ceased. I -3t
Statemient of thie (onditioni of
FIOME BANK & TRUE
I ora ted at Mianning, S. C., at
-lose of husiness D'cembler 31st, I10
.oans and dliscounts -. 33,6
)verdra fts - .. . 3.231
ihert y Bonds.....,.... 00Ot
urnlOiture and fixtunres 5 ,472
~anking house 5.411
7)ther real estate owned 4 ,95(
D~ue from banks and hank
(ers .. . . 65,871
url rency ....3,0~9>
silver and other mlinor (Oiln 8Ei5
heeiks and cash it ems . '3,82f
Rteal Mtg., Fund (97,12'
War Sav. Stam0)ps .. 8:
Caipit al stock pitid in.___ 25,001
Surpl us fund .- _ ...--.. 15,50(
Undimlvidedl profi ts, less cur
ren t exp~ense's and( ta(xes
paid .... .... .. ........ .. 3,525
[Dividends unpllaid ..- .... 41'
Lndiv'idual dleposit s
aub~ieet to check 211 ,9609.00
Ravings deposits 50,482.80
of dleposit 22,375.63
Cashier's cheeks 1,219.55
B~ills payable, including cer- 286,045
ilicates for money bor..
r'owedl . ... .. 85,00(
Rteal Mtg. Fond - .. .. 97,311
mash Long 15 .
TOTlAL ..-. .. 512,817
STFATlE 01" SOUTH'l CARO0LINA,
C:ouinty of (larendon
Before me (a me TF. M. Wells, Ca
er of the above namedl bank, who,
ng duly sworn, says that the ab
tud foregoing statement is a t
ond(1it ion of said bank, as shown
~he hooks of saidl bank.
T. M. Wells.
Swvorn to and subscribed before
~his 3rd, (day of January 1921'
S. Oliver O'Bryan,
Notary Public for S. C
Correct Attest :--Charlton DuRi
I. M. Windham, W. M. Plowden, 'Dii
OWe now offer the best available PE
long and short staple ivilt rei-tant
THE NATION'S PIONEER B1l1
!!"rite for jull Des(
HENRY fORD PLANS 0;
or TECHNICAL INSTITUTE tr
Freshmen Will Get Scholarship of gill
Forty Cents an Hour. Wor
Henry Ford iasb anloullced his in- d
tention to open a technial College in the
Detroit. It will be known as the Ford I s
Institute of Tee.nology, and its eur- gm
riculum will embrace those snbjects rect
irs which lead to degrees in mechanical, ne(
ys. electrical and chemical engineering
of, Outstanding, is Mr. Ford's deLsion to sup
e.grant monetary scholarships to all tre
'IY I students; freshmen will receive schol- 0lti(
en aships of approximately $20.00 a r
fI week Rates for advanced students 'let
n1d have not yet been announced. pr
Sol Like all Ford ventures, the Ford
* Institute lre:-ents its owil deviation
en ~ ~ - - - - - - 1.11
Hastings Seeds a
1921 Catalog Free' a
It's ready now. 116 handsomely it'. si
lustrated pages of worth-while Reed but
and garden news. This new catalog, ma<
we believe, is the most valuable seed latc
book ever published. It contains A
or! twenty full pages of the most popular tut<
vegetables and flowers in their natu
ral colors, the finest work of its kind alre
lvi ever attempted. the
1- With our photbgraphic illustrations, mm
> and color pictures also from photo. If
. graphs. we show you Just what you ter
grow with Hastings' Seeds even be.
[Oil fore you order the seeds. This cata.
log makes garden and flower bed
planning easy and it should be in ev.
- ery single Southern home. Write us
a -post-card for it, giving your name
and address. It will come to you
by return mail and you will be mighty
glad you've got It.
:4n- Hiastings' -s"ds are the Standard
to- of the South and they have the ilrg.
ol, est wail order seed house in the world
v'ill back of them. They've got to be the
ds best. Write now for the 1921 cata.
nry log. It in lsollitely free.
H. G. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN,
tDOUBLE YOUR DOLLA
. Two crops a year and always a market. Har
the meats. Raise your own and some to sell. P
eLet us help you start. No charge. All informs
Exchange and Dexter Park Avenue
00 RICK LIME
.00 If you want to build w
with everything neede
Get our~ prices first.
'TO MY FRIIEND)S A
1w- A HAPPY AND P'RO
by J. E. AR4
Druggist and C
3AGiED strains of both
varictics of cotton Seed.
EDERS OF COTTON
1 customary systems. The school
' is divided into two parts, half
he time being spent in class, lee
rooms and laboratories, and half
he shops doing actual work under
al working conditions. This re
en is so divided that the students'
k alternates every two weeks.
he reason for this class-to-shop
shop-to-class method is given in
school announcement: "The For I
itute of Technology proposes to
that education which is life, di
ed by purpose, in order that there
I be no 'period of adjustment' af
graduation. Theoretical work is
)lemented by experience in prpe
and by contnet w1hi actual con
mTs in life. Commercial standards
tive to methods and cost of manu
ure, shop organization, accuracy,
luction, and time, are stressed."
Fl'e Labo --.t( ry at the ldisposal of
le:1 continues tile Ford an
Icelent, "includes the HIighland
k Plant, the practor Plait an:]
;t Furnaces rt River Rouge, a rail
1, a mine, a lumber camp, and
ly subsidiary operations. Every
se of engineering is covered, not
i meager equipmlent for demon
tionl and experimental purlpo-ses,
by millions of (ollars' worth of
himery and apparatus--all the
st word in, scientific development."
Ithough the F(rTechniial JIsti
%'was altnnounced but a short time
,more than 1000 applications have
ady been received.- Every State in
Umion has had its applicant; and
ly letters have come from Canada.
emy Ford is taking a personal in
st in the new school.
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