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Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1921
Court convenes in Manning itext
Prof. E. .. Browne, who has been
critically ill is able to be out again.
Dr. and Mrs. Abe Weinberg of Sum
ter spent Sunday here.
The Presbyteria n churel is install
ing their new pipe organi.
Miss Deal of Sumter visited liss
Grace Nimmier this week.
Mrs. Webb Sprott of .Jordan is
Visitiig inl W in ston- Salem.
Mir. .lames Sprott is in Witnston
Salem, to attend the Sprott-DIavis
Cadet Allen Harvim of the Citadel
spent Sutiday with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. '. ILarvin in Mlann ing.
Sain .1un1e, a respectable colored
man, died suddenly at his home inl
Manning Thu'rsday night.
Mr. I. M . Shope left Mlonday night
forI' Philadelphia. where he goes in the
interest of the Ti .leJob departlimeit.
Miss Hessie Reardon is at the Co
lumbia IlIospital taking a course in
Mlarried last Thiur'sday in Sumter,
Miss .Jewell Brewer of Manniing and
Mr. Harry Wingate of Kitigstree.
M'. ald Mirs. H. B. Ewart of Spar
tanburg are visiting theitr mother,
Mrs. B. A. Johnson in Maiming.
Mrs. S. J. Kellett of Fountain Inn
is visitiig her mother. .\lrs. B. A.
Johnson in Manning.
The legislature has ratified the
Pinewood election ,and unless stopped
by the courts, Sumter will get all of
this territory vote(l on.
Rhett Mou'zon, who is now a1 mem
ber of Uticle Sam's army is visiting
his grald-parents, Mir. and M rs. .1. E.
To be married in New York on
March 20th, liss Anie Iirschmatin
of Manning aid M1r. Iarry Frisch of
The Sardinia i'oad was let by con
tract last week, anld a c'onstruction
comnpaniy of Georgia was the success
To be married tomorrow inl WVinstonl
Salem, N. C., Mr. Morgan Sprott of'
Manii g and liss Ruby Davis of
Mrs. Stewart I larviln, who has been
at. the bed-side of her husband, wjho
i in a hospital in Charilesto n, iet urn
ed home Al oniday night. Mr. IlIarvin
being much improved.
lire destroyeI the harn anld stables
Of Mr. Moses Levi DuBose in the
Fork of Black river last Thurts~hy.
Mr. Du Bose lost two bales of cotton
anI all of his corii aid forage. The
building belonged to Mr. A. A.
Strauss of Sumter.
Congressian I .ogan addressed some
of the Voters here last Tihirsday. IlIe
is trying to keep inl touch with the
'wants of the people so as when he
takes his seat he will be in a position
to be of benelit to Iis constitiuents.
Congressma n I ogan told us that Man
oning is e'nt itled to a l+'ederaIl)post of
flece, andl he itendled to) do( all in his
powVer toi gi ve us a go(ver'nmen t builId
('AHI) O1 l'lIANKS
I wish to expresys to myi tfriendls my
smeer~ie alppreem'itioni for' their many
k indntesse's duirig miy re'cent hei'eave
('. S. l.and.
Foreston, S. ('.
MJSSIONAltY SO(CIETiY OF'
Tlhe Wvomian's Mthissionaryv Soi etyv of
the Mtethod ist(I curc(h will (meet at the
churct'ih Mondhay a fternoon.(ti 4:3(, .\l archl
Mtlissionary i Newsts, MrIis. \. TI. lIlthns
Ilile l.esson -((etmporary' lh'li
V 21 -24; hluo-ia \'I (; ."lat thewt Xll,
7- \ltr. .. A. ('o..
Topie- -TheIi Itl~c ('cimmunit ty's
Mrs. tt it. SpI t
2. Tennc a1 moh-n rbtm
Mlr'. . N. Sprat't.
Solo- .\iss (os Ma a- v
1rude '1istrunk. ll~l;I~n
('( llet d'ig ii? (lai i'ei tb
C oe lttbon wSeifaed
andi 5((I tching w it I Io, for som
hindr rsh.i'( 1 ()~ti ,- 0 ' e fe l ( i(' jj
and cofrtb-.. forOCKIN 00Ind
Complete with Merch
When times are good, yo
times are bad, you suffer.
when we must all depend up
prosperity, it is well to han
of the things that make pro
we may use this knowledge
condition. When we better
tion, we help to bring prospel
Right now the thing to do i
to circulation. That means
and buy what you need. Wi
by everybody, good times wi
money you spend at this stor
iianufacturers and producers
in turn pay it out in wages 0
other producers. The more
changes hands in this way,
wheels of industry begin I
makes times good and the I
right back to you who put
The longer people hold off
and purchases, the longer I
stay on the wheels of indi
longer we must all wait foi
prosperity. Paying debts
spending for the things you i
prosperity. Do your part, al
20 Stores In
A Few Words to
There is no time to I
ting at the Spring sewi
season vill be here alm
Now is the time to
choose your materials
ens, cotton goods, trimn
new things Are here in
iety and selections are
and comj)lete. We hav
World's markets for thi
tive and desirable, and
price standards will m<
Spring is almost her
things are ready for y
Come in at once.
NAVALI. ARIGE AGROUND
Naissau , liahamoas, M areb 8.--The
United States navy barge Number 31
ran agrond ml r'iday on t he north reef
of ('at Island while on the way to
G uanotanamto, C'uba. The vessel is1i
a hoplIess cond(1ition. Anl (,;icers of the
hargee hias ariived here antd re ported
that the r'ema i nder of the crew who
are still on boarid, are in need of pro
Sc'.ading a company that
mncludes 1000 Beautiful
Guls is a typical Sennett
Ben Turpin '- Mairie Prevost
Charlie Murrayj Phylilis Jiaver
Thurnday, March 24th
andise: Replete with Intere
Cheap in pri
C Times clothes represe
u profit; when made ati(
In these days who never lo
onl each other's nmaterials and
e a knowledge
sperity so that
to better our 00
our own condi- .2*
-ity to all.
put money in
pay your debts Will buy s]
en this is done
i return. The manufactured
e is paid out to brands as ST)
of goods, who
r spend it with PENHIMER.
m"oney that that is necess
D iim. That style and valuc
*ood ti'es get select one of th
the money in
he brakes will en
istry, and the
the return of
and judicious AT
eed will hasten
id do it now.
N'S But not by a
Oxfords, for t
)le $12.00 on toda;
C. all sizes and a
styles. Men ar
fortable low z
the wonderful opp
smaker Some Nev
)e lost in get
ng. The new Women, particul
Dst before we having the home ne
the house atmosphe
ing. Special atten
come in and beautiful lines of v
-silks, wool- have just come ill,
iings, etc. The glass and silver w
spl)endid var- will he one of the a
new, attra-c- Dress
the new loV
,et with Your With the coming
in the little things
e. The g attractiveness. Spe
choosing. time to the new lini
s wear, etc. You will
needs eficiently and
I will apply to the .Judge of Prmo
hate tor' Clarendon county, on the 11th
da~y of A pril, 1921 at 11 o'clock a. mn.,
for [.et ters of Discharnge as Admninis
trator of the Estate of Benjamin P.
Charles M. F'ulton,
lForestoni, s. C., M.Iarch 8, 1921 --e.
.I rs. I .con wVeinber'g w.vill returnm to
dayv from a mlonti. 's visit to her moith
cr in New York.
5 Why Not B
~Ii rThey'r~e as eadsy to
~fi (ones and( are munc
~fi$2.00 per 15 S
for run of the yi
SOne hundred per cent.
rI ho (se eggs arle h
L~j ('culled1 thorouighhn
prod(uce strong he:
ar tCIhe best dloullh
Ihi ifty-swveet eat
ers'. W'ill acept
STORES IN '0]
ce only, because the
nted in this sale were T
inally famous makers dull w
rer their standard of attrac
>lendid Spring suits ments
under such famous N
(LEPLUS and KUP- and a
These names tell all and tt
Lry about quality, fit, lookec
. Come in today and
ese fine suits.
iy means Eight Dollar
hey are worth fully
y's market. We have
great lot of attractive
ixious to get into con
hoes will find this a
For the Home
rly, take a keen interest in
it and attractive. Cultivating
re is praiseworthy and uplift
tion is called, therefore, to
Alvet and axminster rugs that
and to new showings of cut
are. The reasonable pricing
of Spring the interest grows
learned so much to personal
cial attention is called at this
es of Gloves, Hosiery, Under
find us prepared to serve your
Mrs. W. M. Brockington is visiting
relatives in Atlanta.
-NOTIICE CREITO'.RS h
All persons5 having claims against ye
the Estate of Joseph D~owe, dleceased, M
will prlesent them (luly attestedl. And ge
those owing said Estate wvill make m
lpaymenlt to the undlersignced qualified ar
Administrator of the saidl Estate. i
Trhomais Niimmer, 10i
Muanninig, S. C., March 8, 1921--pd.
Chickens ? i
raise as commion
hI mnore profitable
4 Red Eggs'
elected; $1.75 per 15
'omn finest closely
!(d stock and wvill
ilthy, chicks. Reds
e purpiIose bredC~ of
inig andi~ heavy lay
E D IN.
* "You See it Fir
>men are Choos
here is a decided tendency t<
inter garb and secure a full.,
tive new Spring wearables,
is irrisistable; sucl variet
ing low prices.
o describe the rpany new Su
as, Skirts, etc., would be imi
There is variety without <
of every type, taste, figure
ow is the time to come in ar
btractive showings. The Si:
e advantage of a long seasoi
Pusa tt7a re f.. M id
m, ude f rot, Iwlsllt
'4ihs idr frcsa h
siec fClin oir ers
rS/.o rdy h 8hdyo
wrh 91 t1 'lc .M h
lotr ofucort an d er sof gu.M id
~i~lece of Calvin Bosier,er i
SirerS e.', 1921, t1 'lc ..2t-h.
teI twilplo-he Jugof Pro-~
y ofhar, 19, lot of o'co andge.
ford atoiers schae hs, in
latr of ohe Estate ho gun.oo
Silini, s. C., Feb. 1, 1921. 2tp.
IPialtto State Judestivaro
Y~Lteof lhae ae Ainr
to o thette ofndred otl
haveitseye exaine al(
Dlmti S.CRe. 1J 12. E.
st at ALDERMAN'S"
) buy early, lay aside the
season's service from the
The lure of the new
y, supreme quality and
its, Wraps, Gowns, Hats
)ossible in this limited
mnd to meet the require
d choose f: m these full
ring season starts early
i's wear is not to be over
Pursuant to an Order of J1. M. Wind
ham, Probate Judge, I will sell to the
highest bidder for cash, in the town
of Pinewood, on Saturday the 19th
(lay of March, 1921, at 11 o'clock A.
M. Twvo shares of stock of the Citiz'n
Bank of Pinewood, of the par value of
Adin i st rat or.
Pinewood, S. C., Feb. 24, 1921. 201n
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NoTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons having claims against
the Estate of Lee Geddings, deceased,
"'ill present them duly attested. And
those owing saidl Estate will make
payment to the undersigned trualitiedl
Administrator of saidI Estate.
Pinewvood, S. C., F'eb. 18, 1921. pd.
A meetinog of the stockholders of
(Carol ina C oach i nes will be held at
the Ollice oif F"red Lesesne, Maninjg,
S. C., on Sat uriday', April 2nd, 1921 at
t welve o'clock noon for the purpose of
conls idering at resolut ion to wind up
the affairs of sa id Carolina Coneh
Lines whih is 1 a corporation and d is
'autni jo .Ia)3.iny a.) aio1d.
II erbert L. Smni th,
.\Ianniing, S. C'., March 1, 192l--9-Ste
ed that your chid among
1er children in school has
d have glasses. You can
1ad fittedl in Manning by
A RA NT,