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Published Every Wedneedsy
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1921
Messrs. Hobgood and Gregory mo
tored to George':own Saturday.
ir. Herman Duncan is visiting his
aunt, Mrs;. W. C. Davis.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Maye
last Thursday a nine pound I-by girl.
Mrs. .1. E. Arant and children have
teturned from a visit to relatives in
Miss Catherine Arent is visiting
her uncle, Rev. M. Gary Arant, at
Bamberg, S. C.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Appelt
yesterday morning a ten pound baby
Mrs. 1. I. Appelt and children left
Saturday for lenderson .1e, N. C.,
where they will spend a few weeks.
Mrs. S. I. Harvin left Saturday for
Columbia a'nd other points where she
will visit several days.
Mrs. Leon Weinberg has returned
from a visit with relatives and friends
Mr. and Mrs. LTster Weinberg of
Kingstree, spent the 'eek-end with re
Col. and Mrs. B. F. Klanver of Bam
berg, are visitii,,, Mrs. Allen Biad
Master Ingram Blanding of Sum
ter. spent the week-end at the home of
Mrs. E. C. Horton.
Miss Mattie Venning spent last
week in Sumter with relatives and
Mr. Furman White of Columbia,
spent Monday in Maming with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. White.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Sprott, Jr., an
nounce the birth of :I baby boy on
Sunday, August 21st.
Mrs. J. W. Bozeman and daughter,
Virginia Shine Bozeman.of Baltimore,
Md., are gucsts of Mrs. T. Nimmer.
Messrs. W. M. Plowden, F. P. Bur
gess, S. J. Smith and A. G. Heriot left
yesterday on a fishing trip to the Pee
Mr. anI Mrs. D. Silverman of King
stree, Mrs. Doris Zoplon of Atlanta
and Mr. J. Golstein of Wilmington,
N. ('., spent Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. S. Katzoft.
WE CARRY A FULL
Staple and Fancy
Delivered anywhere in
the Town of Manning at
CASH and CARRY
FRIERSON FRUIT CO.
Manning, S. G.
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&.46els t Waahivgtom Is" vit.;
Ing Mrs. Shelby Davis.
Mr. Moses Levi, who spent the
summer in Denver Calo., is visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David, Levi.
Mr. James Harrison is moving his
battery service station to the room of
the Clarendon Motor Company.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Iseman and
Mr. and Mrs. Bene Ness motolred to
Big Springs Sunday for the (lay.
Mr. E. B. Brown, who waspainfully
hurt by a train a few weeks ago in
Georgia, has returned home, and is
able to walk around.
Mr. and Mrs. David Levi have re
turned home after spending the sum
mer in the mountains of North Caro
Carol and Sarah Ellen McKelvey
who have been visiting their grand
mother in Greenville returned home
Rev. and Mrs. 'T. H1. Shuler, Misses
Martha, Helen, Francis -.nd Mr. Fred
erick Shuler are visiting Mrs. C. R.
-Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ingram who
visited Mrs. Ingram's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. P. B. Thames last week, left
this morning for their home in Spring
Misses Rita Huggins, Isabel, Helen
and Ireve Plowden, Messrs. Phillips
and lernian Duncan motored to Sum
tier Saturday to attend the Sumter
Dr. Geo. W. Matthews, one of the
leading ministers of the South Geor
.via Conference, will preach in the
Methodist church next Sunday morn
ing at 11:30 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Herriot and
Mrs. Wilson Dickson have returned
from Fair Bluff, N. C., where they
visited the home of Mrs. Frank
Misses Fannie Lou and Georgia
Sauls, Elizabeth and Elura Coskrey
and Marg-.ret Wilson spent the week
end in Jordan with Mrs. C. F. Rawlin
Word has been received here of the
arirval of a baby girl to Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Jones of Sumtc r. Mrs. Jones will
be remembered as Miss Bessie Dick
Mrs. W. R. Gray and mother, Mrs.
Mrs. Ford, left Tuesday for a visit in
McCall, Greenville and Gray Court.
Mr. Gray will join Mirs. Gray in Gray
Court the later part of this week.
Mirs. John Ray and children of Da!
ton, Ga., Mrs. William Berg and
daughter of Sumter, and Mr. Jack
Krawich of Anniston, Ala., spent
Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Beie
The first bale of 19?1 cotton raised
in Clarendon was brought to Manning
yesterday by Mr. W. T. Briggs of Sil
ver and was bought by Mr. W. G.
King for 16 cents. Mr. Briggs made
187 hales last year on 125 acres, this
year he has the same number of acres
planted in cotton which he says he
doesn't expect more than 25 bales.
We wish to call the attennon of
our readers to a mistake in the ad
vert.isement of Riff & Ness last week.
In the corset feature of this advertise
ment it should have read " W-B Cor
sets and Brassieres." Our compositor
unintentionally left out the "'W" mak
ing the advertisement read "B Cor
sets and Brassieres." We gladly make
Mr's. Furman Bradham andl Mr's. F.
C. A lsbroo'k arec planning to have the
l ibrary open every (lay at least four
hours. "Books aire the wiindlows
Price Sells U
)o Buy--Buy rn
h ....$1.50 ydl. K
linens at Rigby's in U
Lle2, v ad( 25c U
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tilrl L ard 1.5() U
Ntral), yardl (75e*j
'1 Ifll(in, yard( - 25c U
inenlt-, yard'f 20c
hoes'~ for' .len-$5.00, *
Great Commercial Sensation Sale'
NOW GOING ON
At The New Idea Co.'s' Store!
Goods are marked down to unheard of prices,
and everybody that comes to town drops in and
plucks a few of these bargains. We believe this
-is the greatest opportunity ever offered the
trading public. Our goods and prices speak for
themselves, therefore, all we ask is call, and you TA
will buy whether you need anything or not. It
will pay you to buy your needs for years to come,
Is it will' be a long time before these prices will
be offered again. We defy competition.
HE NEW IDO.
MORRIS NESS, Manager
through which the soul looks out," CONGRESSMAN LOGAN Sauls, Mary Dickson, Isabella Thomas, Foreston anl Jordan for Thursday.
said Henry Ward Beecher. The love ON THE JOB AGAIN Isabel Wolfe, Clara Laney, Rita Hug- This was ncessary as I will have to
of knowledge comes with reading gins, Irene Plovden, Lillie Brogdon, be with Dr Long in Manning and
books and grows upon it. Children 1. 1. Appelt, Esq., Editor, Rose Ervin, Mildrcd Ervin, Celeste Summerton on that date. 1o6vever
learn to read by being in the presence The Manning Times, Ervin, Gussie Appelt, Mattie Appelt, the Jordan meeting will be held lt the
of books. A library opened daily in allye Appelt, Mildred Brown, Aleen school buildin on y nightat
Manning would warrant against vices iy Dear Mr. Appelt: Rigby, Mattie Venning, Corinne Bar- eight o'cldck. 'rhe Foreston date will
and the squandering of valuable time. With reference to the article ap- field, Martha Shuler and Mrs. 11. C. be announced as soon as possible.
pearinig in the MVanning Times of Curtis. Meetings wvill be held at Paxville
J. P. Creecy who is connected with August 10th concernig the Postoffice 0 Friday at 10:30, and at lummerton at
the Morgan Lumber Co., of Edgetield, matter, I have submitted what you NEIGHBORHOOD ROOK CLUB 3:3fl. and as already mentioned tho
is at home on a few day's vacation. have to say on the subject to the First Jordan meeting 'hirsday night at 8
Assistant Postmaster General. Mr1s. W. M. Brockinton entertained o'clock.
Last night two negroes got in a dif- It seems to me that you show very the Neighborhood Rook Club at her W. R. Giay, County Agent.
ficulty at Paxville while on their way l t Manin i e to l h l Fd afternoon.
from church and - -Wilder shotbetrpsasevc insie fth Astegesarve teyw ese
andl killed Harrison WVay. Sheriff iey oth prsnacigPsiat edagas fied oa-l. RokN TC
Gamble and Rural Policeman Peavy o n hl et~nyug ht~;slly~ ttretbe.A h
went to the s(cn, but Wilder }hadsoehn be(oet reey ti cocuino th gaea(eihfl Te ulfed 'ors eilig n
made his escape, and so fai has not stain e~rl,~aiecus vssreltegetwoFinsi colDsrc o ,o
been located.Wihknstwr:M dae.J. W WieitClrno Cony Soh Caln,
The College Preparatory School will X.Ti'w oa. Dcsn rs ikoBsi eentoiwl ehl tC V rw'
reopeni M~onday, September 19th. The0F.C.ToaR .B ad yX. sre n
fundamentals of an education are MSUlD AT eg .C r~laE .Wlis o h ody uut2t 91
str'essedl--spielling, English and good -'I.L Banl ndtehses 1'l.tin o m'oeofvtgonhequ -
writing. Even the eleventh grade ~Is m ~N ~ tmtraa~ .M rcitn vite a~ coldsrc
pupils m-e reviewed in these funda-latlrdye'igata asurd-. salsue nd elcopnb dsna
mentamls. Pupils make excellent re-pat inhnrohehos gutCIIl'A N)A Rsu ntto(celSxTosndD
cunds at this school.MisilrdTopnofLchrg COVNTN''OB EEaradtberimtoetanaae
lI IE AMERICAN LEGION oe h avweeIaeFrueTeSaeCneto fAlnta wnyyas eitaincr
The members of the Williams-Bur-Iatpeetadftes inohrhlitTrntA.M .Cucitu ingnallcin.Plsoenro
gess Post oif the American Legiontetswr "hac-hes" weeng,.C.Auut2,2,191 Th 70 a. .to1:0pi.By rdr f
have formedc themselves into a coin- tefrue e' o. Svrlcn ulci nielt tedtessin .E IO
mittee to see all ox--ser'vice men of tsswr a n acn a n .R N ESN
the c'ounty and try to get them to be- jydb: Mse ignaGie,2.Pso. Tute nadfrFinsi
comei( imemberi(iof thiis or'der ; if you I'ilIustMr u isn ei aSho ititN.3
arec an ex-service man andl a memberClreiaMraeliconAle IIA) IRCJ'N)COR
fails to see you, make yourself known Cak aa .sse JhaBa. R1 ETNSO O ~ NTC
so that your namen will he put on the hm oaBgaEn 3gr ay
roill at the next mlee'ting. All ex-ser- :n uaRgy sd pnot.Ml- TeOcadadCvrCo et
see the adjutant or post commander', ad Mrl omn ~sr.Rlh''i epeaesovn uhhie- noaCut.SuhCrj ,wl
ter' for you. Th is l'ost meets the first hm b o m~ a ubC-vnqetin hyaeakn h pa-wl ehl tte Gen Svn
TIuesiday of every month at 8:30 Bala.BoneBgaE~iiade~.sho os IiFiaAgs 6h
AlTiss El izabeth Spr'itt spent last IO F l"RB h)-'OhE ath meaidioftemeig. rm7a.m.o'1.m. eisain
week wvith friendaI amt D avis St ation11. ______1ws oakaltefre h etfctsai a eepsrqie
Messers .me and l'aul Gr-aham spent 'i neetdi n fteesbet iignrleetin.B rlro
thle week-end ini Sumter. ?linsSeSrt ~lriaBga oa e~ 10o hs etns onyBad(fEuain
Mrs. Joe Chewn ing anid little soneutraindT sdmyafrmom t.te
I i eI ,wh h'old,:pemdig omw-homof ishavet a nisebaeen a viy orypeatitnisdbeng J m-wns(omnySut-o
ti mer with rm~iv es in Snuminert-on, re'- (Il hwri oo fMs im estyt ot~metemeig tElcto.
jirt- ihonie 1:r- i'ridayv.XVi iwh wll ed M.'.I. A
SnouIs, Althisses Elhn: and l'-:lizabetm (i ml( oti hi eomttisw'x
(os kriy and .\hi ss- Margamre-t WvilIson j ci ilgl. A.oeed o h
~.innt the week-cond w.-ithi Mr-. andil Mirs. I iigroiwsaiain~~ d a ~ E T ~
.\liss Caro ThompI;oni returmi~ oned o ldmesWisnwstldtg i A E R ~ R
in:st li'riday fr'om i wo week's oftes'tayv' i tmi e
wit mrends in &:harmle t on. frue hn serahd tm id
\i. C. A. Owens, a gmrad uate of51'fon hm'" t(igld wa filelJ j J
rin son College, andl a i-es ilen t. of wth n yli(I it rm hi
toarin, was in town .\linday a ft em. r ied.-t - i ~'afe'on i
nonwith (onty igoni WN. R. Gr'ay. hotse 155( auiislp ofal-A
Alse Julia andt Anie( Ward of e'ai inisaltm gmsswr
Iliavis Sta on are speindIin': a few days 1,1 o w-t die ai tihs fm
wimth iennd s liere.' Ihe iid; ths' W'( (ltI c . I
A lht-i-hall gamne lilt wemn Jfordan ihnralaod -ts'lnuhluh
andi Grmc-u Sav-annai'h wi.m pliayed her~e I(I t h( '~s.'ifth teno
.11itdtn vic r m bytlV a ii-or:- of -16 ton 8. g etxhow ie: Miss.tli ~I
Youi were-i simiply (ci elissed Gr'eeni~iMmgte ilo,.ai i:m
ain~hho. lrn'.L':-:p tmCOia N REM.SMlAN~i( LOGANbc',Smmm w srunts::un t:n trw~t:mnt u ~
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