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MANNING, S. C., WED]
\V believe it is said that every
printing s hop has a Devil in it, and wve
are right. m11uch inclined to believe it
tromi, tihe( way somei( of ouri ltters ap
tiared last weeik. For in1stalei: ve
tartedl oil, our letter by sayinig "thlat
we hadi just Iade I whirl-wind trip
thr IgI-h s'veral coun ties inl ile east
irn part of the State." 'Tle type set
ter tarted oill by saying: "the two
y lou l holies of this comimnitility," but
es yt we have not seen the two young
L i'l n if ' s. 31M'dliin ald the
hiiii il were v froit hioie.
.t w real iews this week seems to
io l s. re , anioiist as searce as
m.mew ;and rat imns (In thle Sanltee, anld
: ih L.orid 1.iws if sole of tle
r fat'. fit the Tinws toul heat' Some
It 'tse Old Sante dl arkies tell how
.Iare, iths tliglls't arle, we are almost
1 t'tiielmd Ii btelieVe tIhe banks wuld
;:!: to lending money, ani the lien
: - lit woulil sool he writing up
ilns al hmoling out the "butt.
* n-al II olest to go nilless, somi1e
Sth:se fellows are so nimeh in neied
-a something to fil themn up, until
ley never liook up at tihe sun, but
ila : way of gingiii xwith) tliir head
h a Wg er with a hltiiwwaid look.
Andt- io play thle ru~ air if Ilumber1(.
:u.i tew f the 11r thiins don't sool take
.: !: war' move we will be traveling
te smeC route. Wile as we have
,;Ii twfore ihe- iarkiest hour is just
betfor diy andot we aII expectilng tile
abieI'. l ick to go (lit' m1ist aliy linute
!"w to let us know that it is just
:tbou' day. A1141 we ar, .4ure1 our1 peo
ite ! dI welcomoe tllis5 day break; let
it e thI roughi a Repliblican admin
I tilt 01 aly (,tleri soiet it will
Ii was with the woman that was
or I hsIaIil antd the old
'Iw 1 ahl "wvh ; wh)II," anil she said
" V I ori - ' S4 it's with us low
it her wavi' if prosperity. Any
o .ord, just let its prosper. WelI
to 1 ure W enkiIV 1oug 1.1 et' . s "dra-tp1" off to
Lttllqa wake' up about. thlis t ille
i'r year and in spih- of all that hIas
hes dnitt :ti said we are going to
i ! -ings si much bett-er' that we
I-ll lost apprciate wihat we are
exp enengrigh lt now. Solmeie
w :. v muchV 111of ithe opiniol that
I neiessary toi gl in a little ''hot
wat. so illiut we eln appri'je a
ti stieam whie the theriome- i
-r tns up t aitbout 1t10.
\W wvere ill ro last w'ek ill I'
ort--. thIat some one( had dynla mited
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afflicted with skin trouble,
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New x \ irk .1un &o' .\ xwoman
ittwin is "' oaa" xwii l b a n tutei byi
A Stillman~ii, ilm ilina Ir' banker, it she'
utiprmaitt edto untn hir a nsxvr,
John. F tIt'~lI. Brnn . I tunsetl, An
nouce tonigh'.' The~tI wtnk i's fl
dam :'rnd's taddrtsi, ihe addnd, ano
m hn u t l ren t. ll ts t l okrenicet A.
l l iarnamdttte or~t Ii igi nal repsl ai
' ir S iiu lui' ivl bar t0 e('t.
Ealer vterdy h))te had btam'd
Ra a oder r0uii. RHfre
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uning as Second-Class Matter.
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qESDAY, JUNE 8, 1921
Cutto Lake and killed all the fish. This
terrific explosioni turieI out to be a
meteor. While it seems to be very
hard to locate just about the Ilace the
ex plosioi took place, as we have ask
etI (Li te a number of people about the
Place the explo)s;ioni happened # from
here as far down as Pine Grove, and
everybody so far we have asked about
it says it, "was just below my Ilace,"
bit it really apears now that the ex
ltosion must have been iar the river
in the nteigh borhood of Fergusont.
The base ball fever seems to be run
ing right high now between our team
and the Alannlinoitg team, with things
falling in our favor as usual when it
comes to winning b:'.se ball games..
Prof. N. Gi-st Gee, left here last
Wednestlay for Carlisle, where he
will spend somtetimle with his parents,
after which he will go to Rock Hill
where ie will teach science in the
summer' school at Vinthrop College.
I'ro'. Gee m:ale man y warmin frields
dur iilng his stay of about. one year here,
who will always wvish hitm well
wherever he goe!.
Vs. W. G. Griste and chiiren are
visitinog A irs. Griste's mother, Mlrs.
.1. 1. StacklIy, in Florence.
Mr. Iarry A. Brown, better known
as "Browine" has aeceptecd a position
with I)r. Griste as "front man."
I)r. C. V. Dulose looks mighty iat
ulraiIl bchind the Rx counter at 1). 0.
The tmdersigned, L. W. tarigani,
hereby an noutnces that. he has with
drawni from the partnership coniduct
id under the name and style of 'Cash
Drug Store" at Summerton, County
of Clarendoit, South Carolina, antd
that he has sold his interest in said
business to Mr. II. G. Walker.
22-1 -p L. W. Carrigan.
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Pumps, Air Compressors, Comput
ing Scales, Show Cases, Account
Registers, Floor Scales, Rebuilt
Cash Registers, Safes, Store Fix
tures. The Hamiton Sales Co.,
Columbia, S. C. No.5-tf.
PA RIS GREIEN-55c per lb. Dickson
Grcer:: & Feed Co.
filb-I.y-Tism is a great pain killer.
Relieves pain and soreness. Rheutitma
tism, Neuralgia, Sprains, etc.
JUST A RRIVEID-A carload of goodI
irick. I et Its have your order.
Dic ikson Grocery anl Feed Co.
6t6ti cures Alalaria, Chills aad Fever,
Bilious Fever. Colds and LaGripl)e, or
PRATTS--Poultry and Stock Reme
dies. We carry a full line. Dickson
Grocery & Feed Co.
tititi quickly relieves Constipation,
hiliousness, Loss of A ppetite and,
II eadacies, ilue to Torpid Liver.
PEA NI T A l eA I. andI SI IORTS
$2.50 per' 10t I h. bags. )icksont
Gri'tOcery & leetd Co.
Ruh-.\ldy-TJism is a powerful anti
sepitie. ( tres intfecte id cutIs, id sotres,
l"O)R SA.\I. l' -~l Wite Spanii sh P'ean uts
sheillted. Il2ke~ per poutnd. . .\otr
W.\ NTlIKI)- By exper't'ientcedt steno
Ist. Wr'ite ir itall Alantnintg TIimes
R Ii'1E A I. $2.50, pet. 150 lb. bags.
I)irk sion Groltcery% & Iced ('.
l. . . isbrook, P rincipanl
Mlanning, S. C'.
I"ift iii standarda tunltits. liigh school
prtaratttin for atny cotlle'gt. Stutden ts
fori Winthr'op and11 ( lemsont win lhon.
cotlle'ges withotut e'xainiation. Spi'
hii)- off'e edl by otI W ittp, Clemnsotn
San itnseict icide 1 i ed ed Spray-'titi~
indl mosquitoes, used ott beds, int
ni iracks. it kills and drives auwayv
Sprayed on t your bed at ntight ii
I pe'acei fromtt that great est of tall
ing as it is htarmile'ss to the' skini
[tee to(II give Sat isfactiOnl
)l, S. C.
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NEW YORK CITY
Aliss Jan ie AeCutchen of llishopville
who has beenl visiting Mrs. Johni M.
Nelson, has returned home.
Qnitea nuimber of Sumierton peo
ple mUlotored to the Sand Hills Sunday
afternoon on a visit to the Boy Scouts
of Summerton Who are inl camp near
the old Maning Mansion. It is
always an intere'sting sight to visit
"Nub" is suffering from a bad ease
of "fishr-ito's," having tried to con
suille three (ats and two flats at one
It seemed that there are about I
dozen cases of "Charlie horse" de
veloped at the hase hall game Monday
Joe Joseph1, who has beenl in Gas
tonia, N. C., for past thirty days, is
hack on the job. We think Joe has
heenl drinking "Beer."
Mrs. Fladger, and Ml iss Rosalee
l''hinger of Spartanburg, are spending
..ometime1 with Mrs. A. 1. Brock.
We aie' very glad to report that
Mrs. W. E. Felder, who Inderwent an
operat ion at a hospital . in Sumtier
some ten days ago, has retied home,
and is getting along fine.
Three children of Dr. Douglas Ilol
liday, and two children of Mrs. Mar
tha Ilolliday were bitten one day last
week by a mad dog. All the children
are taking the hydrophobia treatment.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. H. Gus Rich
bourg, a bouncing boy last Friday.
Miss Lidie Davis, of Timmonsville,
is spending sometime with her broth
er, W. W. Davis. Mr. Davis is the
clever and accommodating cashier of
the Bank of Santee, and has held this
position since the organization of this
Bank and has made many friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie McKay of Row
land, N. C., are spending sometime
with Mr. and Mrs. H1. H. Windham.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hatfield spent
Sunday inl Sumter with relatives and
Mr. Wesly Dingle, of Hemmingway,
spent the week-end with his par
ent's, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dingle.
Miss Essie Powers of Hemnimingway,
was the attractive guest of Miss An
nie Dingle Saturday and Sunday.
Messrs. Huron and Bismark God
win went to Sumter Sunday afternoon
to see some of the fair sex.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Davis spent
last week with relatives and frierds
at McClellansville, returning home
Saturday briniging with them as their
guest, Miss Mary Dec.
Mr. C. L. Godwin is er'ecting a cozy
(cottag( on E4ast Main Street. "Luke"
seems to be about the only man that
we know of that can buy lots and
build houses during these days of de
li. Joe Wiggins of Sumter, spent.
several days iast week with Dr. A. F.
A Traiining Class for Sunday School
worlkers is being conducted daily this
week at the. Baptist church by Rev.
E. C. Kolb, of Sumter, formerly of
Chire.ndon County. h'le attendance is
exceptionally good I. ir. No " is prov
ing himself to be a gifted teacher,
capable of holding the attention of his
hearirs. His work will be quite help
fiul in improving the efficiency of the
Sunday School. Rev. .1. A. Ansley,
the pastor' of the Church, has express
ed himself as being very much grati
lied at the splenlid attendance, the
quality of the work done, and the fine
Spirit that is malnifested.
Mr. Koll) conducted a similar train
init cla'st here Ist September, and the
ierest mlade onl that occasion has
been confiried the deepened this time.
Mr. (olh goes from Summerton to
Calvairy Baptist Church, near Pine
wood, to begin a similar training class
at that place hursday. We antici
pat' another very successful and bene
On last Sniday morning Mr. Kolb
plreached inl the Baptist church here.
1His sermiloni was greatly enjoyed by
the h irge conigregation.
On M1onday night there' was a call
meeting if The Julius A. Mood Post
of the Anirican .tegion in the Ma
sonic iall at this place. The Post
was I'or'ganized, and oflicers were
elected. Quite a number of ex-ser
vice meni werl present, seeming to be
very entlusiastic about tihe reoi'gani
zat ion of the local Post. The dues
for 1921 were paid up, and the outlook
is very good for a strong and active
Post here. These are the officers
elected: .1. 11. Scarborough, Comi
ninaideIr: T. S. Rogan , Vice Coimand
of their cars, el
J. H. Mc
er; W. J. Wilkie, Adjutant; C. T.
Walker, Treasurer; S. F. Martin, His,
Wiley G. Griste, present proprietor
of Rhame Drug Store of Summerton,
has been tried and proven to be a very
He is originally of Washington, N.
C., but has lived in Florence, for nine
years and in the Spring of 1920,
scarcely one year ago, he moved to
Summerton, and has since been asso
ciated with Rhame Drug Co.
'ie has a drug store worthy of hon
orable mention and once a customer
of Dr. Griste means always a custo
nir. In his drug store you can find
almost anything you call for and has,
in proportion, the same goods as the
large drug stores of cities.
The young people of Summerton
like to make Rhame's Drug Store their
meeting places in the afternoon, for
they know that they can go there,
enjoy refresh ments, hear music and
stay Its long as they want to and that
Dr. Griste is glad to have them. Most
everybody prefers his <1rug store be
cause of the way they are treated
while there and theA they won't
smother while there, for- Dr. Griste
mnanufvetIures his own eletricity and
consequently has his fans going all
Dr. Griste has th'e confidence of the
people that would take an ordinary
mn yeaC 1n:1 ye.aris to establish, for
Oh simple leason that when he says
aiything is good the people all know
that it must be good otherwise he
wouldn't have said that it was.
It is said of him that he once let his
books, go by without putting revenue
stam s on titm and that when the
revenue ,Ollicer enme round in that
section of the country that a friend of
i Dickson D
uction in the pric
fective June 8th
his told him he had better get busy
or he might be fined. He went to
work, slipped round to his back door,
(he was next door when he wa
warned) and climbed over the fenc
tearing a great rent in his trouser
leg and got in his office, fixed his book
like they should bb fixed and met t
officer in the front of the store, invit
ed him back to the office and showq
him the books. The officer looked ove
them, found them o. k. and comp1
mented Dr. Griste on his manner o.
"book-keeping." When he was thus
complimented, his conscience began
worrying him and before five minutes,
he up and told the officer all about his'
"books" and showed him the rent (he
hadn't had time to have the "tailor"
mend it) in his trousers as proot
of his story. Many is the man that
would have thanked the officer for th
compliment and let, it. go at that, but
not so Doe.
Dr. Griste has manufactured a
wonderful mixture called "Griste's
Fly and Mosquito Exterminator."
h'lhis mixture will kill any kind of .
bugs. It is sprayed on the inside of
houses or buildings and will get rid,.
of all bugs, flies and mosquitoes and if
sprayed on the outside will kill and
keep a-vay all bugs, flies and mosqui
toes. It sells for 50 cents a bottle, &
the bottle holding one pint. He is also
: manufacturer of 47-11 Chill, and
levc T oue. This tonic not on. '
breaku t he r ils and fever bii
build:- up the system so that it is abhe
to throw ofi the -'xt malaria germ.
It would pay 'eeryhy in Ciala(oA
County to get a bUtoLie of his exter
minator and also a bottle of his tonie.
Exerybody is in:''i to pay l!i.. store
a v isit whep :S m ei .'' :md!! royal
f reatmient is uaranteed.