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T HE MANIr
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MANNING, S. C., WEE
The legal methods being taken by
Tent hogs should, if successful, have
reduction of prices. In the large e
lab,:.ring classes are renters. They d
When greedy landlords, now cot
vents to impossible figures, it is but i
and apartments should insist upon wL
just such conditions that keep prices %
clir- as long as these conditions exist
Of all of the profiteers who have c
ably the worst. When he is curbed
prices down to a reasonable basis.
We note inl the caily press that I
and punished. Following our usual
published broadcast, in order that th<
while yet there is time. If any be os
haunts, possibly some other form if
an urgent intimation that it is time t
If any are so foolish as to coitint
presume they% will be reluctantly pic
music. In any other country the .arr
ing -lone afterwards.
Good bye, slackers! Go as f1r a
May 30th, Decoration Day. Aga
her es who have fought andl died for t
sadness to a nation of people, aid pa i
is a sacred dity we owe to those wiho
privilege to tlhose who have beliefitted
A nation is only as great as its pc'
ness is illuminiated by the graives or h1
perform, will add to or detract from th
country. lut we nmy be true to our
by reverently commemorating the nio
life that home aid country may be 1)
Prcosh er. eroes -of all A merican c wa
in pride and glory of your achieveme1
fitting abode for all1 herocs, we htimbly
valir and fidelity. Peace to yolr cte
PAXVILLI NEWS ITEMS
Fifty-one( lovely ibies were weigh
ed. measured and examined at tle
Paxville school Tuesday. The inter
dest shown by the mothers and the
mani11y visitors who came was most
graifyintg. Dr. Gunter spent his cn
te (ily with us ani was greatly
pleased that so maccny o fthe littic
ies were in such good condition.
The exhibit attracted iuite a great
deal of attentionc--the mothers lear
ed how a honce made bed could bi
made, how to make a play pen, as wvell
as Iearning tle valie of many foods.
Many thanks to al who ii helped to
make this oncferen-c a success.
The closing exercises of the Pacx
ville Graded and fligh School was
held on last Thurstbay and Friday.
Thursday eveiing two plays were
'presented by the I igh School gicis
eutitled "Suppre.ssed Desires," and
"Ih1e Wonider Hat," On Friday even
inlg. the gi-adiuaticig exercises took
ipiace. Th'ie deivotionc al ?vacs cocnductedi
bcy the Rev. Dl. R. lill, of the Baptist
church. Pcincci pal \l iss Suec M.
S prott cmade piieasin remai nccrks con
eericing the wourk ccfI thec ses sicon, andii
im nc ed c that ithe ic inr llment of tie
.Water Systems f<
Repair Work Prc
P.0. Box 31
REPORT' OF' CON ITIIOI
Reenip. of rceipcts andl fcii d i e
.Janc. 1, 1 92( Tic balace formeci'r (lick
A pril 30, 1921 Toi receit. c-urrent ac<
tcixes, iin s ii5 licensd's etc. ) .
April I30, I1921 To rcecipt onii water -
Apr~cil 30, 1921 To reeipts on ccipavemei
A prci 30:i, 19? To reiiceipt iis con piavemi-r
April 3t0. 1 92 By cdisburiemnct s curc
A pril 30. 1921 Bly diisburisements wat
Apil 30. 1921 Bly disbulicrs-int s par
falnIsc-c to new ciTv'rea suirr i
A t' irst Nat. iuical Bank piamen
At First Nationcai Bank euirrecnt acet
At Bankil of Maccning current neet'. ..
At Home Bacnk & Trust Cou., W. & S.
At Clerk's Oflici----. ---.
I have carefully checked alil recor
and find abhove results. * All diisburcser
0. K.'ed bills. 'The overpius collectioc
A complete itemized statement c
showing ensiu hv cmonth.
anning as Second-Class Matter.
00 per year in Advance
NESDAY, MAY 11, 1921
city and state governments to curb the
ui important bearing upon the general
ties probably a great majority oif the
o not own their own homes.
nmnonly termed rent hogs, boost their
tur.al that the occupants of these houses
ges sufficient to meet the strain. It is
ip, and will prevent any appreciable de
ursed this country the rent hog is prob
it should not le difficult to bring other
V is GOOD)
lie (Iraft evaders are to be gathered in
custom, advance information has beei
guilty may take to the tall timber
eribold, and remain in their accustome(d
varnilg will be eliploye(l, coupled vith
> SCOOt while the scooting is good.
e to decline to take safety in flight, we
hed and politely requested to face the
ests would be made first an1d the blow
Sy'u can atn11d forget to return.
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in the A lericaln people will honor the
leir country. It will bring sorrow aln
nlful lemories to mallny hearts. . But it
have lade tile great sacrifice. It is a
througi the misfortunes of others.
)lle, anl the record of A llerica's great
-r fallen sons. No word that we may
e nobility of their great service to their
selves, to our country, and to our God,
blest act of mankind-the sacrifice of
reseryed and that others may live and
rs! In humility andI sadness of heart,
its, in our knowledge that heaven is LI
salute the unconquerable spirit of your
school was third in the county. Dr.
.. W. Daniel, of Sumter, matde a time
ly and thoug.ht-provokilg address, ill
eludinlg the pupils, as well as the
graduating class, which was fully en
joyveil by-t he entire audience.
Violini music by Mr. Jul ius Stubbs,
1f Sullter, accompanied by Miss Gee
of Sullimertoni, oil tile pian o, was high
ly appreciated. is Lyllis Gamle
ave ti Class Ii l Poem, M iss Corinie
Baemlalit, IIistory by the Class, Class
Prlophecy, Miss Francis Hill, Class
Will, Miss Margie Felder, and Vale
(ietorianl, Misks Florence Felder.
Represeitative H. C. Curtis, of
Mnni i ng, was called upon to preseit
tile diplomas, which he did in a pleas
P'rizes were awarded Ms Enmalie
Nolb and Marion C'orbett. for good
reading. The A ppelt Medal which is
awarded .anntiually to tile pupil of the
entire grades who make the best pro
grsperserveranlce, and punctuality
was presented by Trustee, V. R.
Keels. to Miss Grace Weinberg.
Those receivigl distinction iere(IC
Louise Grmifli, Ccil Wxeinlber~g, .1. MI.
Mlims, A\nne Ruth MIimls, and Eliz:a
As5l i~ preiulyVL annoiuncedtil, thle cin
ire corips ofC teach ers haltvie ee re -
elete Ifor atnot her tertm. MIisses Sue
NG, S. C.I
>r Country Homes.
mptly Attended to
4 0OF THlE TOWN ROOK(S
\la nning, S. C.. A piril 30tlth, 1921. 1
Its -Janruarmy 20, I1920J tno April 30, 191
mud sewer. bomnd.........3,767.79
it bond s . 2,553.5i3
I rollection acetl I 102.361
tL acet . $32,9 I7.00
I Ch,-r $1 .. ~2,792.99i
- -------- $12,792.90
ds, copies of records, files etc., ill ofilee
nents were miadle by checks onl properly
I wias $11.68.
an be soeni on records at Clerk's ofico
POSITIVE PROOF I
Should Convice the Greatest Skeptic
Because it's the evidence of a Man
Testimaony easily investigated.
The strongest endorsement of merit.
The best proof. Read tt:
Jamec E. Reardon, machinist, Man
ning, says: "Some years ago I used
Doan's Kidney Pills and found them I
a valuable remedy. At that time my
kidneys were giving me considerable
trouble. I had backaches and pains I
across ny loins. I used Doan's Kid
niey Pills and they gave me prompt
and lasting relief."
AFTER A LAPSE OF SEVEN j
YEARS, Mr. Reardon said: "You can
still use the st'ement which I gave U
some time ago oraising Doan's Kid- j
uey Pills. Doan's certainly are a
good remedy for kidney trouble." I
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't i
simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's Kidney 1ills-the same that I
Mr. Reardon had. Foster-Milburn j
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo. N. Y.
M. Sprott, and Margaret Broadway
have notified the trustees that they
will not accept. Misses Hook and
Baine have not made their decision.
Messrs. 11. .1. Tisdale, and Jack
Touchberry have recently been made
trustees to fill the vacancies of
Messrs. C. 11. Broadway and Sam
Miss Pearl ,Broadway has closed
her school at Olanta and is at home
for the vacation period.
Mrs. J. E. Kelly of Rock Hill, is'
visiting her daughters,. Mrs. lloward
Tisdale, and Mrs. Morgan Ridgill. g
Mr. Kirkand Corbett of Charles
tol, is visiting at the home of his
plarents, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Corbett. j
Mrs. .1. W. Minis, Jr., and Miss
.lessie Curtis leaves Wednesday for
Conway to attend the annual mission- U
ary mneeting of the Sou'h Carolina
Conferenee. They will return on Sat
County nurse, NIiss Ruth Moore
made splendid talks at the two
churches here on last Sunday morning i
I1er principal subject was "Rest and
Recreation'" bearing on the unday
school lesson for that day. I
Soldier Marion Barwi'ick, Ro., Bate
man, and Joe Cutter of Camp .Jack
Sol, were here for the week-end and 1
to attenod the closing exercises of the.
Rev. ). M. MIcLeod', presidiig El
der' of Sumter district, will fill the pul
pit of the Methodist church here on
niext Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. I
Several from - here attenled the
Episcopal services at Pinewood oil
Sunday ifternooi, when the Rt. Rev. I
W. A. Gtuerry, ). D. made Ihiis aniual
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DINNER FOR V"ETERANS
Kingstree, May 10. --Tuesday willbe
observed here as memorial (lay by the I
schools aid Confederate vett'raiis.The
latter will be entertained at din
ner by the Daughters of the Confed- I
eracy followiig a program0 which will j
he car1ried4 Out ill the cou'0rt house ini
honor of the veteralls.
CLASSIFII D ADVE BISING
GASOLINE SYS'IEM-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.
t-'OR SA I.E--Three Duroc Sows aid
iWen ty-onle pigs. hree iice young
IMilch Cowvs, young cailves at side
Anyone dlesiiring goodl stock at
nmost reta sonabile pr'ices' should see
thiese. R. II. Rnaves, Alc'olu, S. C.,F
F"OR R ENT'l--Four ro'om house, hack
and front p(orches oil acre lot. Lo.
-(catedl on N orth Church street. Rent
$20.00. lFor informa tion ph11one 2261.
l"O)R SA IE -' P eaunut Seed, cairefullyv
selec'ted. shel led and grtaded , fresh
at planting time. Let us book your'
order' now, but do0 not planit ut it
ayor' June for' best results. We
('an furn ish Wh ite Spa'nilish or Run
illr seed in aniy qutwlit y at reason
abhle price; alIso peanllut pilaniters andl
weleers; and full inforolation about
growing. Sea Island ('ottonl Oil
('o., Cha rlestoni, S. C. 1 3-tf-e t
o sell ouriii products ini thiis cou~nty.
Me and w)omenl for' ('it'' sa leswork<
also~ wanlted. State whet her you
priefer' eit v or' country work. Men
lion this paper'. McConnlon & C.oml
plany, W iinona, MIinnesota.--1I9-2t -e
E~VE;RY F'A RM-IER INVITED) t.o the
C'otton Duister D~emonstraltion at
1'lowdeniI 'l ardwar' Co., next Satur
1.)ST.' STlRAY El) OR S'TOLEN--One
so1li livert ('cole female setter (log
from my house rt St. P'a'l, S. C.
Anuswer's to nan~ . of Call'ie. Re
wart if returned. No (questionls ask
"d. E. F. Way, St. Paul. 19-2t-p
KOI)AK1ERUS - Correct developing
means be(tter' pictur'es. Send yourl
kodak ihns to us andl get the heat.
Colum bia Studio, t423 Main Stre'cet,
C'oluiba.hi S. C. Write for pr'ice
HIr: DEIMO NSTRATPION of Triumph
Cot ton Dlusters for' killing boll
weev ils at Plowden Hard(ware Co.,
Saturday a fternioon, next. .
Mr is. E.. C. Alsbrook, Principal
Manning, S. C.
IFi fteen standarid un its. 11 igh school
English, F"rench, Latin, miathemlatics
sciene(o and1( pennmanshlip. 'Thor'ough
preparat ion for any college. Students
for Winthriop and Clemson win lhon
ors. Certificates admits to lead'ng
colleges without examination. Spe
cial coaching for beneficiary scholar
ships offeredl by Winthrop, Clemson
the Citadel, and South Carolina Uni
T HE above is a combination rarely
found in present day merchandis
ing, but it is a combination you get
daily at this store. Our Stock of Dry
. Goods and Furnishings has been select
ed with the greatest of c Are, and the
requirements of our own particular com
munity have been given every consider
ation. You can buy the season's choicest
products at prices that cannot be met
by the average house, as our facilities for
buying enables us to keep prices down.
Just now we are making especially as
tractive prices on
Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Dress
Goods, and in fact, ever ything in our store.
THE NEW IDEA CO. E
MORRIS NESS, Manager
"O0R SA I I 1('IEAP --Fur'nishedl
home, I -100015. KitChen an bs th,
best lh:tion. Apply The New Idea
WANTED-To hear from The laws of the Profits
every For'd owner who
Would like to try the In'business are as immutable
easiest riding shock absor
bers ever made on 30 days As those of Nature
free trial. ~After 30 cdays
if you like them, pay $10
and keep themn. I haveWihuI)oftn bsnescns
taken off my Hassler's toced Wihuscesnobiesca
install thoem. They (do not i(dl fiin evc.rh )bi c
rear up over rough roadsmadbohraoblpiesndef
and ride easier. N. H. l ~ (~l evc-o u~in 1 iai
Phillips, Alcolu, s. C. 18-3t I isi h us fsaca~gosa
NOTICEwesl wihti oimcllobm
All credlitors and debtors in re: es-frm ab icsadon le ust mcv
ate of the late L. B. Asbell (Suminer
on D~rug Co., summertoni, S. C.,) de- Iit ies xpn ve cure ad o
ea5Csed iae hereby notified to rende~rp
heir accounts dlyi attested anzd to)'~l w te prtig csst
mike any and all paymelnt due0 saidImnm m hspacn u uiesa
state to the undersigned at Edgefield,
.C., or to Summerton Drug Co., atnerbdoc asw th kitlO ibeo
lirflCI'(41, E. C. AsBELLJ, gt nti ai e dntfe h
Adtministrator, Estate of L. B. As- eest'frsotct rtem n-i.
ftt$Uttitttttttttttt ttttttUtUll'mtt n attdaoutusnssi
Rough Boards lvr ytm
Rough Framing Do nadtk oka h Ltl
Long and CutySoe hr hr' oe
Get Myl Prices!'lhneN.adltseewtwecno
Phne22inThor nom usie cansde
. Manieg, Wi.hosicey noui nesca
rener ffiiennsevic. Te pblimde