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.T HE 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 Advance
MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1921
YOUR 110ME, AND OURS
No matter how much of a chestnut a story may be, it is always new to
the person who hears it for the first time. It is even so when we advocate
faith in, loyalty to, and the building up of the home community. We have
written and preached until the subject has almost become a chestnut, yet in
every new effort of our pen there is a sentence somewhere that strikes a
sympathetic chord in the heart of some person. No effort for local better
ment is entirely in vain.
We live in this town because we believe in it. We believe in it because
it i a good town, regardless of its few defects, and its people are the peers
of those to be found anywhere. This town may not have the wealth of some
more favored con munities, but it has character, and character is a possession
which can not be purchased with gold.
If yo ubelieve in your home town you will like it, and if you like it no
effort toward its improvement will be too great for you. Again we ask you
who have faith in your own powers to also have faith in your own town.
When you feel like criticising it, check the thought before it is spoken. You
can always find something go6d to say in-tead, and even then the half of the
truth will never be told. It is i good town now, but faith, loyalty and unit
ed action will make it a better one. Our faith in this town, brother, is
simply faith in you, becaurse the town is a collection of yours. Surely your
faith is not less than ours. Let us unite-let us act-for a better and a more
cohcsive community. It is your home-and ours.
A drug store complexion can hl rdly be termed "the blush -that won't
coe1 off"--especially if the weather is warm.
The United States has succeeded Great Britain as the world's banker,
Iu:-ope owiing us the tidy little sum of fourteen billions of dollars. The four
teen billions look better to us than the honor of being the w. b. Get 'em back.
The Great Federal Reserve
OF THE UNITED STATES
is as unfailing as our nation itself.
Back of you-your plans, your needs and de
sires, this powerful force stands as a monument of
the service and security which the Government
extends to all the people through the National
Banks of this land.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
W. C. DAVIS, President.
A. C. BRADHAM, Vice-Pr'esident.
J. T. STUKES, Cashier.
Quality Tells Price Sells
J. H. R I G B Y
THE YOUNG RELIABLE
Not So Many Dollars
will it t ake to fit you out in a nice suit of clothes for
L these balmy days.
You'll Be Surprised
to see vhat tasty patterns Rigby is showing in
P3ALM BEACH SUITS and the price? Now that
is an impoltant <Iuestion! But of course the
figures sound r-ight.
Palm Beach Suits for Men at
$10.15, $11.25, $15.00, $15.25, $15.50.
$10.00 and $11.00
"THE PALM BEACH is the thing."
J. H. R I G B Y,
The Young Reliable
MANNING PROOF P1
Should Convince Every Manning
The frank statement of a neighbor
telling the merits of a remedy,
Bids you pause and believe.
The same endorsement
By some stranger far away
Commands no belief at all.
Here's a Manning Lase.
A Manning citizen testifies.
Read and be convinced.
W. N. Hill, says. "About two years
ago I was troubled with my kidneys.
There were pains across the small of
my back and it felt as if someone
were sticking a knife into me. My
nerves were all unstrung and -often
times I had dizzy spells. I felt as if
I wanted to sleep all the time. A
friend recommended Doan's Kidney
Pills so I bought some at Dickson's
Pharmacy. Doan's Kidney Pills en
tirely cured me of the trouble and I
haven't been bothered since."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mr. Hill had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
GASOLINE SYSTEM-Oil Tanks and
Pumps, Air Compressors, Comput
ing Scales, Show 'Cases, Account
Registers, Floor Scales, Rebuilt
Cash Registers, Safes, Store Fix
tures. The Hamilton Sales Co.,
Columbia, S. C. No.5-tf.
FOR SALE-Peanut Seed, carefully
selected, shelled and graded, fresh
at planting time. Let us book your
order now, but (1o not plant until
May or June for best results. We
can furnish White Spanish or Run
ner seed in any quantity at reason
able )rice; also peanut planters and
weeders; and full information about
growing. Sea Island Cotton Oil
Co., Charleston, S. C. 13-tf-c
WANTED-Man to sell Singer Sew
ing Machines and collect. Straight
commission. For further particul
ars write C. A. Blanton, Sumter,
S. C. . 13-St-c
FOR SALE-Dixie Triumph Cotton
Seed at 85 cents per bushel. H. K.
Beatson, Manning Rt. 1 -12-4t-p
LOST-Black sow disappeared about
two weeks ago, weight about 100
pounds. Has white fore-feet, and
white spot on face. Reward for
her return to M. B. Hudnal, Alcolu,
S. C. 1t-p.
LOST-Monday morning, March 29,
in front of tclegraph oflice, Mann
ing, S. C., a suit case, which was
put in the wrong car. Finder please
return to Manning Drug Store un
til called for. Mrs. S. H. Bostoin.
FOR SALE CHEAP-Two Ford Cars.
Cash or terms. Apply, to Charley
FOR Rl8NT-Two cottages, one 4-1
room back and front porches on
acre lot, on North Church street,
$20.00. One 3-room back and front a
porches, $15.00. Phone 226. E. C. o
NOTICE OF DISCHARGE C
I will apply to the Judge of Probate 0
for Clarendon County, S. C., on the 11
2nd day of May, 1921 at 11 o'clock a.
in. for Letters of Discharge as Guar
dian for Alta Clarice Staton, former
ly Alta Clarice Cobia, formerly a
Benjamin B. Cohia,
M~anning, S. C., April 1, 1921 pd f
Many farmers fail to plant
velvet beans because there
have been few velvet bean
hullers in the community.
We have taken the agency~
for the Tom Huston Bean
Huller. These are being sold
to grist mill operatorS thru
out the county andl farmers
may plant velvet beans as
sured that they can get them
prop)erly cleaned andl thrlesh
edl in the fall.
Tlherec is an increasing dle
mand for velvet beans. The~y
benefit the land. Plant them.
CL~AREND)ON MOTOR CO.
Manning, S. C.
MEETS ALL TRAINS
Cars for Hire
At Any Time.
FARE TO DEPOT
34 PHONE 34
All the New C
Grey, Brown, Tan
Warding Blue, Black
Mr. J. G. Huggins having resignet
i Clerk and Treasurer of the '%ow
Manning to take effect May Is
ext, notice is hereby given that ap
lications for Clerk and Treasure
ill be received at the office o
ouncil at or before 8 o'clock ). m
ri April 15th, 1921 for the positio1
r Clerk and Treasurer to begin worl
J. G. Huggins,
Clerk and Treasurer
NOTICE OF DISCHAIGE
I will apply to the Judge of Probat
>r Clarendon County on the 2nd da
May, 1921, at 11 o'clock a. mn. fo
etters of D)ischarge as A dminisitra
To the business ma
sion man; to the truc1
an irresistible appeal1
Ford car; the wonderi
chgssis, and the mani
serves satisfactorily a
the demand for Ford
will be pleased to take
get reasonably promp
the constant service c
Just Arrived New
Dresses Worth Up To
Sizes 16 to 42
Il the wanted materials in Tal
eta, Messalines, Satin, Crepe d
'Ohine, Georgette, Canton Crepi
olors: Just 50 :
Copen Blue, Your size i!
Navy Blue Here. $17.
IEOPLES MERCANTILE C(
Sumter, S. C.
tor of the Estate of John' Gilbert
John B. Brogdon,
Alcolu, S. C., April 1, 1921. pd.
In loving remembrance of my dear
father, W. J. Rawlinson who died
< March 28th, 1920.
Just one year ago today,
God so sw'!etly called away
Father dear, from us to stay,
Earthly cares no more to share.
Dearest Father, how we miss you,
Every dlay no one can say,
y But we hope one day to meet you
Where there be no more good-byes.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
n, retail or wholesale; to the manufaci
cing company, the Ford Model T Or
>ecause it has in its chassis all the r
ul Ford Model T Motor, the depend
~anese bronze worm-drive. A stror
nd lasts in service. Tf these staterr
Trucks wouldn't be so constantly c
your order for one or more Ford Tru
delivery, and will give you an aftei
f the Truck. But don't wait too la
L A RENDON MO
Manning, S. C
Dresses in this lot.
; here. Your Style is
Next to Postoffice
Though the days seem long and lone
Since you left us here to stay,
But 'tis God who has bereft us,
le our sorrow all can share.
And we hdlieve that God above
Called you to a home of love,
Called you from a world of enre.
There a Crown of life to wear.
Farewell dear father, sweet thy rest,
Weary with years, worn with pain,
Farewell till in some happy place
We behold thy face again.
o G;od, w" know that thou art love,
And all thart's pure andl good,
And wvhen our earthly task is (lone,
Please take us home wvith thee.
A Devott-d Daught .r,
urer; to the commis
e Ton Truck makes
rierits of the original
able Vanadium steel
gly built truck that
ents were not true,
n the increase. We
eks, will see that you
service that insures
ng. Get your order