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About 50 dozen Linen (
values to 25c, sale price.
About 50 in all Boys'
values at $15.00,
sale price -
Our entire stock of
Shirts and Blouses all go
If these prices do not
centage in your favor-"J
- 50c Men's Garters,
35c Men's Hose,
50c Men's Hose,
33 1-3 OFF
ON ALL TRUNKS, BAGS A?
REMEMBER 1-3 OFF
cess for twenty-.five years. The writ-.
er is very much interested in the
shwn ofq thi ple in Manigas he
hialf hundred times through Ohio and
Twenty-one years ago the writer
was a member of a home talent or
ganization In Ohio and the above show
was their strongest drawing card.
Pceiformances were given through
central Ohio andl the press notices re
erlv<dkwere vry flaterng he writ
(he was somewhat thinner in those
clays than he now is) and according
to the audiences (lone some rotten act
ing. We are very anxious to see this
screen portrayal, because we know the
elow ~vho plays is part on th
Ube 'Manning Eies.
Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1921
Mr. H. D. Clark spent last Sunday
Mr. F:ank Huggins spent the week
end in Edgepfeld.
Mr. H. R. Rembert spentthe Week
.end with his family at Brogdon.
Mrs. S. R. Venning is critically ill
at her home in Manning .
Mr.. F. M. Clements has moved his
family' to Sumter.
Mr. Allen Sauls has returned to his
home in Winston-Salem.
Mr. Moses Levi spent a few days
at home last week from college.
Mr. Ralph King spent the Easter
holidays at home from college.
Mrs. J. H. Rigby visited Columbia
Messrs Dudly Plyler and Scott
Bagnal spent Sunday in Columbia.
Miss Corinne Barfield spent last
Suftday in Sumter.
Mr. S. Iseman who was operated
on in Savannah last week is improv
Miss Mildred Brown, who is a stu
dent at Converse spent the week-end
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Belser of Co
lumbia spent last Sunday at the home
of Judge and Mrs. John S. Wilson.
Mrs. A. M. Jones, of Days Station,
spent last week in Columbia taking in
Mrs. Beulah Dinkins of Williams
burg is visiting the home of her bro
ther, Judge John S. Wilson.
The friends of Rev. C. B. Smith will
be saddened to learn that he has prac
tically lost his eye sight.
Miss Tora Bagnal who represented
Clarendon as Queen at the Columbia
Palmafesta has returned home.
Miss Pauline Williams of Sumter,
was the guest of Mrs. Sam Sprott
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
H. H. Bradham is ill with scarlet
fever. Miss Griffin, a trained nurse
of Sumter has the case in charge.
Mrs. L. H. Harvini was called to
Tennessee last week, being lunmoned
to the bedside of her mother, who died
about the time Mrs. Harvin arrived.
Mr. E. B. Felder a well known citi
zen of the Silver section died suddenly
last Sunday. Mr. Felder was the
father of Mrs. James Barron.
Mr. C. C. Chewning has moved into
the house made vacant by Mr. F. M.
Clements, and Mr. Wade Weatherford
is now occupying the Chewning house.
Mrs. G. K. Hanks and son George
Jr., have joined Mr. Hanks here after
a two-months' sojourn with relatives
and friends in Washjngton, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Hanks %%ill stay with
Mr .and Mrs. R. C. Wells.
Inspector Yassney made a thorough
inspection of the town las.1 week, and
while he found some premises in first
class condition, there were some in a
deplorable condition. He ill make
these inspections regular, and unless
some of our people do0 better they will
be fined and at the same time very
Died last Saturday- in a Charleston
hospital, Miss Annie Loryea of Mann
ing. The dleceasedl had been in ill
health for seuveral months. The burial
was in Sumter Sunday. Miss Loryea
was a life long resident of this towvn
andl is survivedl by a sister, Mrs.
Mipmie Barnett of Manning, and a
brother, Mr. Joseph Loryea *St.
A small cyclone swept over a see
tion of thie Hlebron community on
Tuesdlay afternoon, March 22, des
troying several out-buildings and
causing dlamage estimated at ab~out
$800.00) on the farm of Mr. J. E.
Thomas. The storm covered only a
small area. No other dlamage in the
community has been reported.-King
NOTICE OF D)ISCHARGE
I will apply to the Judge of P'robate
for Clarendon County, S. C., on the
2nd (lay of May, 1921 at 11 o'clock a.
m. for Letters of Discharge as Guar
dian for R. James Aycock, George J.
Aycock and M. Maude Shorter, for
merly M. Maude Aycock, formerly
L. M. Jones,
Alcolu, S. C., A pril 1, 1921. pd
BIG SHO0W AT THEI
"Held By The Enemy" Screen Master
piece Will lHe Attraction
After a three-month's effort Manag
er Hlanks of the Pastime Theatre, has
closed the booking for the William
Gillette big Civil War play "Held by
the Enemy." This is without doubt
one of the best plays that was ever
written and was a notable stage sue
A Woman Wrote The Canby News,
Minn., December 10, as Follows:
"Ifanysubscribersrak whatyou thinkofiRat-Snap,
tell themi its the best rat exterminator I know. Rats
were taking our eggs, oats. corn; had full awing in our
teilar. I used Rat-Snap for two days and rats ha
ficared outcomnpletely." 'Ihreesizes:35c65c,l1.25.
Sold and guaranteed by
DICKSON DRUGC STORJE
PLOWDRM HAnnWAnE CO
&AEIm Bum m- was "aEsgsws l s M
People will Com
Vithout a Doubt the Grem
$6.95 all si
Boys' Finest ON
We Tell I
And we want to impress
tould be told to the entire ur
bout these greatest of all val
LL MEN'S AND BOYS' PA
LL BOYS' SUITS AT HAI
LL MEN'S RAINCOATS A
LL MEN'S HATS, INCLU
LL MEN'S AND BOYS' S:
LL MEN'S AND BOYS' SI
LL MEN'S AND BOYS' U]
LL MEN'S HOSIERY AT I
LL MEN'S NIGHT ROBEE
FANCY VESTS AT HAI
LL MEN'S AND BOYS' SM
LL MEN'S GLOVES AT H
LL MEN'S JEWELRY AT ]
LL MEN'S CAPS AT HAL
crowd our store to the very
! T HIS BIG S)|
--some of those threc-foot kisses. Our
leading ladly would not have stood for
Lhat (and she was as pretty as a pic-.
Ay vay go an see thi p icture e
y nall-star cast, andl it is a good1
F. M. shope.
The Missionary Society of the
V~ethodist church will meet at the
hurch Monday, April 11th at 5.30
"Missionary News"-Mrs. A. T.
le for Miles and-.
itest Price Smashing Ever
ie lot of Men's fine Dress S
as to $15.00, - $5
price . . _..
large lot .of Men's Hats, all c
zes, good values to $7.50, $2
price ... ...
,er 100 pairs of Men's Pants, v
'his to the World
upon every reader of this adv
tiverse; for many a man wou
,NTS AT HALF PRICE.
I' HALF PRICE
DING STETSON AT HALF
ROES AT HALF PRICE.
IIRTS AT HALF PRICE.
14DERWEAR AT HALF PR
, PAJAMAS, BATH ROBE
'EATERS AT HALF PRICE
limit then gold dollars for 5(
e Men's Hose,
price-...... -.._ -_..
00 Men's Silk Hose,
.50 Men''s Silk Hose, P
00 Men's Silk Hose,
e Boys' Stockings,
e Boys' Stockings,3
e Men's Belts,
LLE OPENS THL
rnberg, of Chicago, Repr<
Sumter, S. C,
Bible Lesson-"Israel a Missionai
Nation In Purpose andl F'unction."
Ls. esXIII, 1-8, XLIX, 1-7, Mrs. L
1. "Interesting facts about tho cita
of San Antonia and the establishmen
of our Mission"--Mrs. R. R. Jenkin
2. A meeting of the san Antoni<
Boardl of City Missions with rep~ort:
from the wvorkers-LJet by the Presi.
Wriynr:-For the Mexican ePeop
Meet Our Responsibility for Them."
song--"The Christian Marseilless.'
Colection of dlues.
Miles Around to This
Known in Sumter County
9 O'clock A. M.
hoes, One big lot of Men's Neckwear,
.95 values to $1.50, 69c
sale price -- - - -- - - - - -
Alors, A limited amount of Men's Overalls.
95 (The better kind) a 95c
. $2.50 value ....
alues One lot of Men's Shoes, good values
at $10.00, $395
sale price - - -- - - -
, All Right !
ertisement that an offer like this
Id come 50 miles if he only knew
3, SMOKING JACKETS AND.
ic will not interest you, for this is practically the per
19c $1.00 Men's Belts, 69c
sale price .... .. _ _ _ _-c
0c $1.50 Men's Belts 95c
(5c 50c Men's Suspenders 35c
.00 $1.00 Men's Suspenders, 59c
5c $1.25 Men's Suspenders, 6
2 C EXTRA SPECIAL!
About 25 pairs in all Men's extra
15c good work Shoes, sold up to $3*95
$8.50, sale price
IRSDAY AT 9 O'CLOCK A. M.
NO C. 0. s
ALL SALES CASH
You have been informed that your child among
two or three hundred other children in school has
defective eyes, and should have glasses. You can
have its eyes examined and fitted in Manning by
DR. J. E. ARANT,