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Appelt & Shope, Proprietors.
Published Every Wednesday
Subscription Rates $2.00 p.er year in Advance
M ANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1921
The crime wave i nhis; country is said to be ebbing. But floods gen
Of cour'se, we I ight sidestep Japan by sinking the island of Yap. Who
wants to light over a fly speck, anyway?
The former kaiser. has sunk yet antother tug on the ladder of fame. He
hais written a book.
Pauperismt, after ;ll, has its advaittages. Its marital scandals are seldoi
aired inl the Ialily less.
Ilere is no occas on for hiini og your smile, brother. It is not subject
to the inlcoie tax.
Some men's heads a'r so ull of brains there is no roomt left for comn
When a fellow begis to feel his oats it is a sign that the seeds of wis
dom are failing 1to sprout.
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The le'agO of' nat in s is stili battling valiatntly inl its efforts to retiain
If the bolshevik dittator 'fl Rissia kee ps tip his plresenit. record he will I
go into history as having 'ben killed mort often than Villa. t
.\ovie crities contend that a three-toot kiss is long enough. But we
uiu n'say- -we iever trie one.
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Y'AI1NG ABOT:l'T YAU l
The little island of Yap, aliout the relative siz' of a sutnhsh in a big lake,
is essential to Unlited States Cable iiterests, and the allies promised Piesi
dent Wilson that Americian interests therein would ntot he jeoparlized.
They forgot their. promise. They handed the manodate for' Yap over to
the Japatiese. The Unitied States protested. JaPani staids lat antd 'e
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Now the goveinment ao Washington is sudbenly incirasing tihe garrison
of Ameriann ttiops in hawaii by 125 per cent, and at the Panama: canal by
Uore than :00 per cent. What next ?
(This is what onr friends call it)
At Your Service!
In the shade of the trees, away from
the maddening rush? Where the birds
sing and the pure air circulates freely.
No high rent-no steaming dirty as
phalt streets-no staggering overhead
costs; yet, we are as near you as ever
through our perfect delivery system.
What Does It All Mean To You?
Simply this'--in moving to our new
location we have put into effect a prac
tical protest against the excessive cost
of doing buSilCss il) the street. Our
judgment has been amply vindicated in
the splendid patronage we have receiv
ed. The public are at last learning to
distinguish the real from th, sham.
We are not trying to feed you on
excitement or questi, nable goods.
Neither are we featuring high-priced
groceries, but we do Specialize in
pure, wholesome, reasonably priced
Foods, with a guarantee of satisfa
tion or money back.
If you are not among oiur mfalnIy good
c11st omer Is. we wan1 t yolu to be. Just
call up 'phone No. 8 and you'll find us
on (iuty with eleandl, fresh goods and in
telligent service. If you want to see
a real busy place, (ro0p in some time
we'll be glad to meet any of' our "city
Manning Grocerv Co.
5K T.! NO*-1140
qervous Indigestion-Loss <
Jacksohville Business M
-Garren's Tonic Rest(
Weight, From 135 to 171
"I weighed less than 135 lbs. and
vas on the verge of a nervous break
lown in 1914, suffering from indiges
ion and started taking Garren's
Ponic. ' After taking four bottles I
Ielt like a new man my weight in
Teased to 185 lbs., and it has not
)een below 175 lbs. sinec," said Mr.
ohn P. Couch, Secretary and Gen
ral Manager of the Florida Help
1pply Company, Jacksonville, Fla.
"There is absolutely no question,"
ontinued Mr. Couch, "about Carren's
l'onic being a wonderful Iledicine
)rompt in its action and always help
ul. I was absolutely conscious that
was being greatly benefited after
ising only one bottle and if anybody,
mywhere, wants my pe-rsonal opinion
f Garren's Tonic and its effect upon
ny case, I will be glad to write any
ine who will enclose a stamp for
"I ook at Imie now,' contilnued. Mr.
outh, "and imagine what I looked
ike when my weight was less than
35 lbs., and you will understand why
am so enthusiastic over Garren's
onic. The leffect it has on one's ap
tite is solilicient to make it one of
he world's greatest and most valuable
wedicines. When I was suffering With
idigestioni I could not eat anything
t all without intense suffering after
mard, bt since taking this wonderful
onie I can eat anything I want. My
leep is perfectly s9uind and restful
iOCK Lime antd Cment, let us
. have your orders. Dickson Grocery
and Feed Co.
'UREl( PORTO I CA i POTATO plants
prompt deliv'ry. Lots of 1000 to
3,000 at $2.25; :1,000 to 10,000 at
$2.00, all orders over 10,000 at $1.75
f. o. b. growing station. Terms,
cash with order. S. L. Iluggins,
Box 276, Manning, S. C.
IG H EST prices paid for Liberty
Bonds. All denominations. W. N.
Geiger, First National Bank. 11-tf.
F YOU WA NT EGGS--Feed your
hlens Purina Chowder. Dickson
Grocery and Feed Co.
,OR SALE-Dixie Triumph wilt re
sistant seed from cotton that made
bale and half the acre, carefully
ginned to preven t Im ixing. 'T'lhis is
a large boll open hearing cotton of
the earliest variety which qual ifi
cations makes it the best to plant
under bool weevil conditions. Also
a limited quantity of Gillespie Long
Staple seed from cotton that pull
ed 1 3-8 Staple. ENither seed one
dollar per bushel F. 0. B. Sumter,
S. C., cash with order, E. S. Booth,
Sumter, S. C. 10-4t-c
'RATT'S STOCK and POULTRY re
medies. We carry a complete line.
Dickson Grocery and Feed Co.
XASOLINE SYSTEM-Oil Tanks and
Pumps, Air Compressors, Comput
ing Scales, Show Cases, Account
Registers, Floor Scales, Rebuilt
Cash Registers, Safes, %to*e F'ix
tures. The Hamilton Sales Co.
Columbia, S. C. No.5-tf,
PURINA ('OW (CHOW---T'he milk
produci ng feedl. Dickson G rocery
and Feed Co.
VA NTED)-any quantity ro'ughi lumi
her' in sizes 3x8, 3x 10 and 3x 12, 20
feet lengths andl over. Also %?'
llooring and roo finig. Quote prices
in ear load large quint ities, 1. o. b).
New York. Max Al. K(. Trading
( ,805 1.exi ingt on A\ ve.. Brooklyn,
A Y, (ORN A NI DO.\TlS--at the
righit pri('(s. Dicklson Grocery and1(
'ORI S.\I, Penut Set'1, t'arefually
5(ele'ced, shel led moal griad ed, fresh
at planting time. I .et us link your
order unow, buit do inot phmt tint il
Ma or dun le for best restilts. We t
cani furinish Whitte Spaniish or' Run
neri seed~ in aniy quant1Iit y ait reasonri
ale piiet'; also( Ii('anut plante'rs and
weciderse ai full infornmlioni bu
growing. Seai Island ('ottoni Oil
('.,Caleston, S C 13-f f-c
TURE GEl*OlGIA\ CANE SYitUT, in
Hariels, $1 .00) pt'r gallon,. Dit'kson
I lM~STlITl'(I N6 and picoting at
t achnuia't works oni anty scwin' mal
c'hin', easily wi'julstedl. Price $2.5t.
with tnil instiuctin. (~im Nnvt'l
ty Coi., lho\ 1031, (Corpuls i'hristi
'lTexss. . It-j
NA.* NTED' 1- Mann to sell Singer' Sew
ii.' Alachlines andI colleet. Stranight
ar-s wriite C. A. Blanton, Sumiter,
8. ('. 13-3t-c
K'OR SA 1.1- - Dixie TI.riminph Cot ton
Seed, at. 85 c'en ts per, bushel. HI. K.
lHeatson, Mla nnli,iig Rt. 1 -- 12-4 t-I
P(URE PORO R CAHl PXlOTA TO plante
priomplt. de(livi'ry. Lots of 1,000 t
3,000 at $2.:35; 3,000O to 10,000 ati
$2.00), all orders over l0,000) at $1 .7f
f. o. b. grow ing st ationi. Ter ms
ensh with order'. S. L,. Hu ggins
ltix 27(', Manin izg, S. C.
AM OlFllERING; AILL MY SPRIING
Mill inetry at cost. Tlh is is your op
portum ity to s''turec the Ia test that
t he market aff'ords at ireduced
pries. R ll \fillinmry Cr'
L-TAKING CARRFN'S TONIC
)f Sleep and Appetite Brings 1
[an to Verge of Break-Down
>res Health, ' Strength and
and I wouldn't take all the wor'ld for
the good that Gurren's Tonic has done
"I never object to my name or any
thing that I have being used, at any
time or place, that Vill, in any way,
help humanity and in this instance
I higve received too much good from
Garren's Tonic to even hesitate in
recommending this Tonic to people
who suffer from indigestion, nervous
ncss or stomach trouble of any na
ture. I do not believe that anyone
can ren der a better service to suchi
people, for I am now-tassured 'that
Garren's Tonic will relieve the most
The above statements are identical
with those made by thousands of I
people who have been relieved from
their suffering from the use of this
wohderful Back-to-Nature Remedy.
The (igestive organs of the body are
the most, vital ones to the health of
mankind. Without food man starves
to death and with food improperly
digested he is in a worse condition.
Garrenl's Tonic is composed of hcrbs
anld roots which deal exclusively vithi
the digestive organs, giving addition
al gastie juices proper climation
of waste natter and strength to the !
body by supplying it vith an abun
dance of red blood.
(;arren's Tonic is sold in Summer
toln by 1). 0. Rlhame, Inc.
*Single bottle $1.25.
Buy 5 bottles for $5.00.
. UST RECIVED a large assortment
of Score Cards for bridge, rook and I
whist. Dickson Drug Store.
MIX El) F'EE)S of all kinds, and
fresh too. Dickson Grocery and
HAVE YOU TRIEl) that fine 70c
box em:dy at Dickson Drug Store. I
It is unbeatable.
SECiTETAlRY WAL,,ACE OPENS
1G EX lllIT OF AM ARYllS
Secretary of Agriculture Wallace
ollicially opened the biggest amaryllis
show ever hold in the United States
recently, wihen more than 1,000 plants,
all in bloom, were displayed in one of
the department's greenhouses. Be
ween 4,000 and 5,000 blooms of all
sizes and varieties were exhibited.
M ore than 100 of the plants were seed
lings propagated by specialists of the
depart me.-t who have been wVorking
for 20 yn! in velopi:.g new andI
Lost annually by far
animals. A good part of
receive the right kind of
sickness. We have with<
remedies in the world ani
to lie used for
F"or cholera or1 white
Also a tonic andI egg stiln
of the best r'emfedies in
A fine remedy for' wor
a preventative. An
r'emedy. Prtice $2.00.
For' the cure of L4a(
sure relief andI one that
can get qulick relief fronm
All our medicines at
pany, with the following
and Karr'y Grocery Co.,11
We ask you to give
proNduce the results you
son1, will be glad to give
316 Southb Sumter Sre
ind improved varieties.
The.show this year was twice as
arge as any amaryllis show ever held
n this country. Last year the' depart
nent held a similar show, at' which
%pproximately 700 plantsk were exhib
ted, but at that time some of the
Alooms were not at their best for ex
'ibition purposes, while this year
practically every flower shown was in
its prime. Some of the blooms mens
jred a foot across the mouth of the
Hundreds of visitors attended the
show, many of whon were commer
:inl growers from all parts of the
mountry. Expert growers were much
interested in thb new varieties on dis
play and they plan to propagate some
,)f the new species and place them on
J. H. -F
Hloly writ tells of "hard times"
that. came to the Israelites in
form of famine. Those hard
times were relieved by a mir
acle. These are not. (lays of
miracles 'tis true, but consider
a miomnent how miraculous hard
cash can combat hard times. GO
forth into the mercantile mart
With a few: of those hoarded
1dollars of yours an(1 YOU can
w Nvork miracles.
Soul Soothing ai
Lov' Me face powder __......90C
Carnation talcum -- ..--..25c
Palm Olive soap . ._l) ........
Forhans and Colgates tooth
paste - 30c
GET IT A'
J. H. R
mers and stock raisers by tl
this is due to carelessness b
remedies just as quick as t
mut a doubt one of the large
d every one is a specific for
diarrihoea. To~ expel
iulant. Onean r
the wor'ld petite adr
mhs and( also
unel(Vle~d A fine 1)
n No. 800--A H(
~rippe, Flu, Malaria, Chills,
never fails. Anyone suffer
e handled b~y the Iseman i
dealers: Ise man Mercanti
hese remedies a fair trial.
lesire. Our Company veter
advice as to the remedies
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In sad but loving remembrance of
iWy dear father, Petpr L. Holliday,
who on March 28th; 1920-one year
ago today, answered' the Master's roll
call and entered into eternal rest.
One lonely year lias past away,
And still mny hieart Ip sore,
His loving face, his tender voice,
I miss them, more and more.
On faith's white wings ny hopes are
To that celestial shore,
Where those who loved each other
Shall meet to part no more.
His Loving Daughter,
A BIG SHOW CASE
full of choice goods for Spriing
and Summer garments.
Look in our No. 3 case and
see a beautiful selection of
Flaxons, Voiles, Winico Fab
rics and Fancy Swiss for
Waists. Now for Skirts you'll 9
See Treco, Tricotine, Oxford
Treco, Poplin, "P. K." and Satin I
TRY IT AT "RIGBY'S"
ad Sweet Smelling
Azuren face powder .$1.25
Frostilla -- -_. -_ ..30c
Ilinds Almond Cream .-.... 60c
I G B Y,
te death of their different
ecause the animals do not
hey show symptoms of
st lines of stock and fowl
the disease it is intended
worms, increases the ap
rakes them extra healthy
is. A fine tonic. Price $1.
) OIL FOR HOGS
argative and used as a
I pr'oduce best of results.
Fever and Indigestion. A ~
ing with any of the above
Vholesale Grocery Coin
lie Co., Manning; Kash
We know that they will
inarian, D~r. John I. Brun
Iluitedl for the different
SUMTER, S. C.
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