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THE MANNING TIMES
Entered at the Postoffice at Manning as Second-Class Matter.
Appelt & Shope, Proprietors.
Published Every Wednesday
Subscription Rates $2.00 per year in Advanco
MA NNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1921
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Hard times are here. So why not run
your car a while longer by letting us
build 1,001) more miles in that old
bloW out tire.
IAlF. Y VULCANIZING CO.
Our Paint Department
Is on a Boom!
There's nothing strange about this,
when the service we render is con
If you have anything to Paint,
Let's get together!
Doesn't make any difference what it
is. We'll figure with you on a baby
carriage to a village. Beautiful
Floors, Furniture, Bric-a--Brae can
be yours at little expense by get
ting in touch vith our paint nian
C. R. BREEDIN,
at The Manning Grocery Company.
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C.IRST NATIONAL. QANK._
NUW u THE TIME
for lear heads, stout hearts, busy hands
This period of readjustient, through which
WC are now passing is It new or strange.
This nation has gone through the same
thing) before. We have met and solved even
greater problems than those now confront
ing us and we see rno cause for alarm now.
Through careful planning and earnest co
operation we will emerge, even better for
the set-back the present situation has caus
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
W. C. DAVIS, President.
J. A. WEINBERG, Vice-President.
J. T. STUKES, Cashier.
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BRIEF NEWS ITEMS
Paxville was greatiy saddened to
hear of the death of Mrs. E. D. Wells,
of Leeds, She passed away at a
Chester sanat.orium after just a few'
(ays illness. Her funeral services and
interment were held at the Beaver
Creek Baptist church, where her hus
band the Rev. E. D. Wells has been
pastor for several years. Mrs. Wells
was a native of Wellsville, Ohio. The
Rev. Wells is a former pastor of the
Paxville Baptist church for many
years, and his wife was a faithful
co-worker with him. She has many
friends here, even though, niany years
have lapsed since their abode here,
the Paxville congregation.
- Misses Jessie and Vivian Curtis
went to Chesterfield on Friday to
spend a few (lays with Mrs. C. K.
Mesdames H. J. Tisdale and Morgan
Ridgill have returned from Rock Hill
where they were summoned to the
bedside of their mother, Mrs. J. E.
Kelly. Her condition is repor-ted im
Mr. J. N. Brown, Jr., spent the
week-end in Columbia with his son,
Eugene who has recently accepted
Miss Janie Land and Mr. Bennie
Land, of Foreston were here for a
short while last week.
Mirs. G. H. Lackey spent Saturday
in Sumter with her sister, Mrs. -
Charlie Brown who is ill at the
Mr. Jeff Martin of Sumtet has re
cently purchased the lot adjoining Mr.
T. R. Owen, and will begin at once
the remodeling of the cottage into an
.M1r. and Mrs. G. .L. Geddings are
visitiig at the home of his patrents,
Mrl. and Mirs. J. M. Geddingfs.
M1r. Wrash Brondway of Cough re
cently visited his fattier, Mr. J. E.
Mirs. P. J. Roberts of Greenville
came last week for a two weeks visit
with heri parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
Corbett of the Home Branch com
Mir. Grover Beatson and family of
Wilson Mill, and Private -James Cor
bett. of Camp Jackson snent Sunday
at the home of Mr. M. B. Corbett.
ADVERTISE IN THE TI3 IES
COLI.EL E PREPARATORY
1Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook, Principal
Manning, S. C.
Fifteen standard units. High school
English, French, Latin, mathematics
science and penmanship. Thorough
preparation for any college. Students
for Winthrop and Clemson win hon
ors. Certificates admits to leading
colleges -without examination. Spe
cial coaching for beneficiary scholar
ships offered by Winthrop, Clemson
the Citadel, and South Carolina Uni
CLASSIFIED ADV[RTISINGC NI
FOR RENT--Two cottiges, one 4
ro) back and friont porches on
acre !ot, oil North Church street,
$20.00. One 3-room back and front
porches, $15.00. Phone 226. E. C.
PLACE YOUR ORDER for brick with
us, we expect a Car in a few days.
Dickson Groceiry & Feed Co.
CORN AND COTTON PLANTERS
Plowden Hardware Co.
FlOR SA LE--Dixie Triumph wilt re
sistanit seed from cotton that made
hae and half the a're, carefully
ginned to p'event mixing. 'Thi is *
a larige boll open beaing cotton of
the earliest v'ariety which (jualifi
cations makes it the best to pilant
iuder' bool weevil c'ondi tions. Also
a limited qiuantity of Gillespie Long
Sta ple seed fr'omi c'otton that pull
(ed I 3-8 Staple. Either seed one
dolhIar per bushel F'. 0. B. Soumter',
S. C., cash with order, E. S. Booth,
Sounter, S. (C. 10--1t-c
WE Ili.AV\E a few bags of' ourt 90 day
oats in stoc(k, $1 .00 per bushel. Dick
50n Groceriy & IFeef ('o.
TIA K EN I IP -The'i, o)wner' e'nn g('t lost
yearhnIug that was taken up at my
place about two wveekIs aro foi' prov
mg ownerish ipI and paying for feed
. and this adv'. Yearling care of
IF" YOlIJ V W NT.EGG(t~S Then n'a'e
egjgs, feedl youi' l.ens Purina Laying
.l ash. I) ickson Grcr & Fee'd Co.
GASOLINE SYSTEM---Oil Tanks and
Pumnps, A ir Comp ~ressors, Comput
ing Scales, Show Cases, Account
Register's, Floor Scales, Rebuilt
Cash Registers, Safes, Store Fix
tui'es. The Hamilton Sales Co.,
Columbia, S. C. . No.5-tf.
l'O)R SA. I ,E --A Iiminited (quantity of
pur ie Cle'velIan B11 ig IHoll C otton
Seed. .Jas. A. Cole. i t-c
TI IE ' IR C1( o UN and (Cot ton lant
eris ait 20's off. P'lowvden lIa rdwarie
l"OR SA IEl 1 CElAP--Ani e'xtra fine
-Jl'rsey Cow,~ with a two-weeks old
heif'ei' cal f. .Jas. A. Cole. lIc
A FI'L IL stock of planteis and( guano
d isti'ibu tors. Plowdv~en hirdwarie
C(IC I E(I(IN I" El ;Y of all kindas. Dick
soni Grocery & lFood Co.
"EI)D OAT'IS --Let us have youi' or
dei'. IDic kson Gr iocei'y & Feed( Co.'
F"OR U A LiE -2 mules, I (one-hoise
wagon,* I two-horse wagon, 2 beef
('ows, I pir i scales, 1 Ford Tfrock.
Tlhis sale wvill take place in front of
the 'ourtii house next Saturday and
will go to the highest bidder. J1. HI.
G;A RDEN SEMI) IN BUJLK--That's
the cheapest way to buy them. D)ick
son Grocery & F~eedf Co. gg
When in Dc
]B E A N UI
All of the above true
Onion Setts; Seed I
and late Cabbage, I
ACROSS THE, STR)
JORDAN NEWS '
A. Bradiley speit last week
S. W. E. Mlerritt is' visiting
Is ad relatives il Manniig.
ssI's 1.1 Leses nIe ad anie Wil
'peit last week-ei(I at Junln.
In the Iast week we
best pictures produced b;
It is our aim in the futu
and if we can get~the reg
the lowest nominal adni
nothing of the cost of ge
why we have to raise th<
tors are all b~ased upon01 tI
Charleston has to pay ab
ing, still Columbia or Chi
therefore can easily keel
want to do the same, bw
We want you1 to remi
are running it for your ei
our financial benefit. Ifi
andl if we dmi get it we ii
tell them to us and we wi
pleased with a pictur'e, tel
now and then.
We are asking youri
you the very best shows
ed here before Columbia
age we will reduce the p
.Hoping to see you ev
u:ttitti u:tt ut m?:umuhitt ttititittittt
oubt Plant Ple
Id and C
Early Alaska; .
ea RSEverbearing and
- ----- Burpees Stringle
ey's Rustless Str
Bush Lima; W
Hickory King; Ir
Io n Irish Grey; T(
Sweet and Caroli
and tried favo rites we have i
totatoes; Blight Resistant Tc
EET FROM THE OLD HOS)
A very exciting game of baseball
was playel at Jordan Friday after
noon between Jordan and Davis Sta
tion. The score was 20 to 10, in favor
Mrs. F. M11 Hawley of Olanta, visit
ed Mrs. C. F. Rawlinson last week.
Mr. W. E.-Mertitt spent last week
have booked f1or the next s
y The Paramo unt-Artcraft at
re to show nothing but the v
ular patronag e oh these play
ssion prices. The average
tting out thes e productions,
p~rices on cer tain shows.
eC population of the towni. (
out three time s as much for
Lrleston has th ousands more r
their admiss ion prices down
we must hav e the patronagr4
ember that th is is your theal
utertainment junst as much as
iou have any s pecial picture i
11 gladly do so. If you have
I1 try and rem edy the conditi
1I us-we are o nly human-an
patron age to o ur Theatre, fee
on the market-some of our ni
01' Charleston. If you will gi,
rice of admiss ion accordingly
cry night at T he Pastime Th<
,otts Excelsior; Bliss
ne; Red Valentine;
ss Green Pod; Keen
ingless Golden Wax;
ler; Woods Prolific
Dods Improved Pole
iproved Golden Dent;
rn Snowflake; Golden
r Gentleman and Sto
>m Watson Kleckleys
n bulk.at the right
,matoes; all seasons
end at Sumter.
Miss Alice Brunson visite(l friends
and relatives at Suimerton and Pine
wood last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Rawlinson and
family of Davis Station were visitors
to Jordan Sunday.
veral months dhe very
id Fox Film Companies.
ery best plays produced
s we will show them at
theatre-patron knows I
herefore does not know I
[rental prices to exhibi
)f course Columbia andl
ipicture as does Mann
eople to draw from and
to the lowest level. We
to (10 this.
re as wvell as ours. We
we are running it for
ni mind, tell us about it
imy criticisms to make
ns. If you are highly
nI like a kind wvord every
ling that we are giving
ew bookings being play
ye us the proper patron
~atre, we are,