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EUe manning tImes.
Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1921
Misses Irene and Helen Plowden
spent the week-end in Sumter.
Mr. Taylor Stukes left last week
for a few weeks stay in Florida.
Rev. Julius Clark is visiting his
parents, Mr. aifd Mrs. S. J. Clark.
Mrs. Bob Bell is quite ill at her
Miss Mildred Sellers of Dillon is
visiting Mrs. J. W. Rigby.
Mr. S. Oliver O'Bryan spent last
Friday in Columbia on business.
Master Stobo Bradham is visiting
Mrs. Elrich of New York is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Leon Weinberg.
Mr. Zeigler of Florence is visiting
his daughter, Mrs. T. E. Plowden.
Mrs. Muldrow Plowden is visiting
her son, Mr. Hugh Plowden.
Miss Vivian Katzoff has returned
from a visit to Kingstree.
Miss Mae Flowers is visiting Miss
Susie Greenlee in Lake City.
Be sure to attend the American
Legion meeting Tuesday night, Sept.
6th, and have lots of fun.
Mrs. S. 1. Harvin returned home
last ;Friday after spending several
days in Columbia.
Misses Martha and Fairy Pitts of
Summerton, are visiting Mrs. J. D.
Misses Addie and Irma Weinberg
motored to Camden to the ball game
Mr. Tom Stukes left this (Wednes
day) morning for Jacksonville, Fla.,
where he will reside in the future.
Miss Sarah Lesesne will entertain
the Wilson-Lesesne bridal party at a
reception this (Wednesday) evening.
Miss Elizabeth Fletcher of Winston
Salem, N. C., is visiting Miss Georgia
Mr. J. Goldstein of Wilmington, N.
C., is visiting his daughter, Mrs. b.
Miss Annie DeLoach of Edgefield,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank Hug
Mrs. H. L. Timmons and two little
sons, left Saturday for their home in
Asheville, N. C., after spending a
while with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H4. J. Hailey.
D R. J. E. A
Wool College Sweaters
* blue and maroon. These
*and while they last only.
* Bright red flannell midd;
amDark blue flannel middy
* Reefer Sweaters.
*Silk Jersey Petticoats ..
* to our line of Men's Shoi
* line-this is a guaranteet
* easily fitted at very speci
* "Get it at Rigby's"-is
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1rs. Frank Huggins returned home
last week from a visit to her mother
Mr. Edward floan of Georgetown,
spent the week-end in Manning visit
Rev. J. E. Matthews of Fort Mill,
Ga., is the guest of his daughter,
Mrs. A. IU Luce,
Mr. Covert Plowden of Mt. Carmel,
N. C., is in town this week on busi
Col. and Mrs. Klauber of Bamberg,
have returned home after a visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bradham.
Capt. and Mrs. W. C. Davis left
last week for Myrtle Beach, where
'hey will stay for several weeks.
Mr. Grady Bowman has gone to
Lexington, Missouri, where he teaches
Dr. and Mrs. Abe Weinberg and
son and Dr. Milton 'Teinberg of Sum
ter, spent Sunday here with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Sauls and
baby of Winston-Salem are visiting
Miss Laney of Monroe, has return
ed to her home after visiting with
Miss Isabel Wolfe.
Rev. L. B. MeCord returned home
last Friday after spending his vaca
tion in the up country.
Mr. William Smith of Washington,
D. C., is visiting his father, Rev. C.
B. Smith in Manning.
Mr. H. D. Dubrow is expected to
return from the Northern markets
the latter part of this week.
Mrs. N. D. Thames was called to
Columbia last Saturday to the bed
side of her mother who is critically
Mrs. I. K. Thomas and small daugh
ter have returned from Philipsburg,
Pa., where they have been visiting rel
atives and friends.
Miss Grace Nimmer left last Fri
'ay for Ch-irleston where she will
spend a week with her sisters, Misses
Margaret and Helen Nimmer. -
Miss Ruth Moore has returned from
her vacation spent at her home in
1'incinnati, Ohio and on a camping
Lrip on a lake in Michigan.
Mr. C. R. Harvin returned home
last night after spending seveial
weeks in Williston with her daughter,
Mrs. J. W. Odione.
We regret to announce that our
friend and townsman, Dr. J. A. Cole
has decided to leave Manning, and will
now make his home in Kingstree. Dr.
and Mrs. Cole have our best wishes,
and Kingstree is to be congratulated
in having such a fine family move
among her people.
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Price Sells U
just received, in navy*
sweaters are great values*
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---- ---- $6.95i
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is in the famous R. J. R.
i line and you Men can be*
al value for-..........$6.50 U
indeed a good motto. U
I GB Y, I
-TE ADEITIND SAL3
The Great Commercial-Sensation
Sale that you have been reading
about and hearing about, is Still
Going On. This Sale may not last
but a short while longer, and if you
haven't bought your needs you willt
be sorry. Cotton is going up, but
our goods is going down. At least
they are down to the bottom during
this Sale. We are not going out of
business, we just want to give our
patrons an opportunity to buy goods
for less than wholesale manufacture
Come NOW, while the coming is
good. Remember, our Sale is the
Sensation of all Sales.
THE NEW IDEA CO.
MORRIS NESS, Manager
"THE INSIDE OF THE CUP," ------
Specially Supervised by Albert Capel
lani lThotohaye First Showing
ston Churchill's (Treat Novel e0 w n
Said to be one of the most remark
able picture productions of the cur-N
rent season, "The Inside of the Cup," O Ne Fall of 1921
a Paramount-Cosnmopolitan picturiza
tion of Winston Churchill's famous l, RA-1 97MAr'
novel, will be shown at the Pastime
Thleatre for one (lay Tuesday, Septenm
When this book was published in
among wealthy cli urcgoers, I)10Vokk
ed bitter criticism b~y the clergy of
England andl this country. T1he hero te r b. D i' js
of the story, as the picture, is the Rgtnw i ~n n?s es1 a~S ualgrtre
Rector of a fashionable church, who ~ ogtte i't AI
becomes disgusted with certain ele- fo ~w ir n a~ro' vait n a eie
ments otf his flock and severely ar
raign~s them for their shame andl hy- thgos.Eeyoyicopietnusdorvaeadtatswyor
Director Albert Capellani, however, lhngSoeihumnanrunnfllsedWeivtevle.Se
has Paid more attention to the dIrama
tie features of the story than to the ou liet ayo whn ou renSmtr ex tm.II'
philosop)hy which makes the book al
most unforgettable. The scenes are
thrilling and the heart appeal cul
mian g is irhefristionof. loe rca
teadl Iby William P. Carlto cans ME',N)YUGMNSMNSIAT PCA
Edith iIlallor, is unusually large and
This show is given under the aus
picis of the Woman's Auxiliary of AlWolBuSeg,$8$2to40 o$60
The American Legion of Manning.
AMERIlCAN LEGION MEETAlWolFnySrpsWoseNOYFETHS
Dntretthe li ugsnext meeting oy
night, September 6th at 8:30 p. m.
fhi is gig the a real meeting full S ~ t t - - - - -2 . 0 t 3 . 0$ . 5 3 4 , $ . 0 t 7 0
MR. FARMER 12ad:,BlPetdBc ut, ---
De r oRakeheo i1ess ttan 1914 wprices.
We are over stocked and in order' to
keep from carryin ove an yfr next -a- t 25
real bargain. Mowers $66.50; Rakes MNSADBY'SIT
um350 aen .don Hardware Co.,
Trinity Scool District No. 27, oft 50
Clarendon County, South Carolina, __________________________
will hereby take notice that an elec
tion will be held at the Trinity School
Hlouse on Thursday, Septomber 15th, SeouWidwoIsaHabre&SnFshnPrkanStlps
1921 for the pur pose of voting on the
qluestion of whether said district shall Cohn o al12.N n etr
levy andl collect annually a special tax
purposes in saidl district. RPollsraopon
certificates a nm tax rceipts reuirel
Ounty Board of Education.
IL. E. ELMORtE,
T.gt nw, he igWDin inBusnesSi MAINe. HaT.gSUMtER returned