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Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEltBER 7, 1921
Capt. and Mrs. W. C. Davis havt
returned fron Myrtle Beach.
Miss Addie Weinberg is visiting
friends in Sumter.
Mr. Walter Thomas of Mayesville
spent last Friday in Manning.
Mr. Horace D. Graham of Foreston,
is in A lexandra, La., on business.
Miss Hanah Bethune of Silver, spent
last week in Manning.
Mrs. J. A. Cole an( children spent
Sunday in Kingstree with Dr. Cole.
Miss Louisa Huggins returned last
week from a sthy at Myrtle Beach.
Miss Alice Wilson has returned
from a visit in Sumter.
Mr. H. D. Dubrow has returned
home from the northern markets.
Mrs. J. W. Barton is visiting rela
tives in Denmark.
Miss leulah Wilson returned Satur
day from Columbia.
Mrs. Sue Harvin spent the week-end
visiting relatives in Salters.
Mr. Clarence Iseman motored to
Savannah, Ga., Tuesday.
Mr. D. C. Ervin of Orlando, Florida,
is visiting relatives here.
. Mrs. W. D. Wilson, of near Mann
ing, is seriously ill.
Mr. Wade Weatherford is in Spar
talnburg today on business.
Mrs. I. I. Appelt and children have
returned home after spending two
weeks in Hendersonville.
Ir. George M. Hicks, one of New
Zion's largest planters, was a busi
nless visitor to Manning yesterday.
MIs. C. C. Fishburne of Columbia,
spent last week at the home of Judge
and Mrs. John S. Wilson.
Mrs. C. R. Breedin and daughter
Cora, are visiting their mother and
grandmother, MI rs. Spencer in Cheraw.
Miss Mildred Sellers returned Tues
dlay to her home in Dillon, after a
visit with Mrs. J. W. Rigby.
The many friends of Mis-, Janic Wil
son will regret to learn that she is ill
at her home.
MNrs. .1. W. Rigb .nd family left
TIues(ay afternoon for Summerton, to
visit Mrs. Rigby's mother, Mrs. S. E.
D R. J. E.
* Quality Tells1
* Think Ab<
* -----AT1 R
* All W\tool Bhinkets reda
Al W\ o ~~ol "G(oldenI Fleec(
* W~'ool Knap, ful1 size, bIlu
Uy 'vWool., pink and~ whi
* TIhese- blnkas are' geC
WellCI 10 P~llhuse noW.
U C(lege Sweater's in MI
* Reefer Myle* fLadies' S~
Services will be conducted at the
Episcopalian Chapel on Sunday night
by the pastor, Rev. Walker.
Miss Pearl Hirschmann returned
this morning from a visit with friend&
and relatives in Dillon.
Mr. Charles Craig of Columbia, is
a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Lee of near Manning.
Miss Esterlena Reardon has return
ed frokn a month's stay in Black
Mountains, N. C.
Mr. Dudley Plyler is back in Man
ning after conducting a sale in Cow
ards, S. C.
Miss Fannie Lou and Georgia Sauls,
Sarah Lesesne and Harvin McFaddin
motored to Hartsville Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Gray and chil
dren have returned from a visit in
Gray Court and Greenville.
Miss Celeste Ervin left Monday for
Atlanta, where she is a teacher in one
of the schools.
Miss Annie Purdy of Sumter, spent
the week-end at the home of Judge
and Mrs. John S. Wilson.
Mr. Morgan Sauls has returned to
Winston-Salem, after a visit with his
Misses Eugenia and Jane Miller of
Sumter are visiting Misses Irene and
Miss Lucy Wilson left Monday
morning for Sumter where she will
teach school this year.
Miss Clara Haynesworth of Flor
ence is visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. C.
Misses Margaret and Helen Nim
mer, Julia Anderson and Evelyn Cum
mins of Charleston, spent the week
end with Miss Grace Nimmer.
Prof. and Mrs. E. J. Browne and
family have returned from a visit
with their daughter, Mrs. James Tol
bert of Washington.
Miss Elizabeth Fletcher has return
ed to her home in Winston-Salem af
ter a visit with Misses Fannie Lou and
Watch thc label on your paper. The
paper will be cut off at the expiration
so keep your eyes on the little green
Mr. and Mrs. Tine, :: who have been
visiting at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
English Plowden ho.'r-' returned to
their home in Florence.
Last Thursday Robert Parker, a
prominent colored ph.nter of St. Paul
ran amuck and shot his wife and son
in-law. Sheriff Ganimle and Rural
Policeman Peavy went to the scene,
but before they cou', arrest Parker
he killed himself. T - woman and
boy are still alive.
NEE ENEEEENENE q
Price Sells U
['ER TIMEj IS
T TIME! i
8 ON BLANKETS fl
mIl black plaid ---$13.75 M
"pink and white --$15.48g
"' blue andl white ...$17.00
I white------.-----$8,25 *
e and grey -....--$.50 *
nlui ne valuaes and~ you'll (10 U
troon and Navy Blue for
veatersM inl Cardinal and
.Miss Sires of Charleston, is visiting
Mrs. Tom Kennedy.
Mrs. J. E. Kennedy is visiting her
son, Mr. Tom Kennedy.
Mrs. Ford returned home Tuesday
evening after a visit with relatives in
McColl, S. C.
The Eastern North Carolina tobacco
market opened yesterday. The sales
at Wilson, N. C., were over a million
pounds averaging over 15c per pound.
Miss Helen Creecy left Sunday for
Greenwood, where she will teach this
session in the Connie Maxwell Or
phanage graded school.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Bradham and
family of Warren, Ark., are visiting
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Bradham and other relatives.
Mr. an(d Mrs. Italy Wilson and two
children of Sumter, spent the week
end at the home of Judge and Mrs.
John S. Wilson.
Mr. W. E. Reardon is spending a
few days with his wife, who is visit
ing her mother in Black Mountains,
Miss Annie DeLoach returned to
her home in Edgefield Tuesday after
a visit with her sister, Mrs. Frank
Mrs. F. 0. Richardson, Miss Eliza
beth and Mr. William Richardson have
returned from a month's stay in North
Circle No. 4 of the Woman's Aux
iliary will meet at the church next
Monday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. All
members are urged to be present.
Mrs. I. I. Appelt, Chairman.
Messrs. R. D. Cothran, Julian Wein
berg and Fred Lessene left Sunday for
Wilson, N. C., to attend the opening
of the tobacco season. They are mak
ing the trip overland.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Curtis, Messrs.
Taylor Stukes and J. G. Dinkins, nw
tored to Newberry Tuesday to attend
a meeting of the American Legion;
Mrs. Curtis will represent the Wo
man's Auxiliary of the Williams-Bur
gess Post at this meeting.
As has been the case for the past
three .weeks, there will be no preach
ing services at the Manning Baptist
church on the coming Sunday. Mr.
Easley will return next week from his
vacation and the regular services will
be resumed on the 18th.
Misses Sarah Clowncy of Columbia
and Lila Toy of Springfield, and
Messrs. Sam John Brogdon of Har
vins, J. 0. Covan of Willington, N. C.,
and Frank Dwight of Eastover, have
returned to their homes after being
here for the Wilson-Lesesne wedding.
Sheriff Gamble left this morning
for Norfolk, Va., to bring back Willie
Felder and Arthur Burgess, who are
being held there pending the arrival
of Mr. Gamble. These negroes escap
ed from the Clarendon County chain
gart about the first of the year. Both
were serving seven-year sentences for
The Prayer Band and Bible Study
Class of the First Presbyterian church
will meet with Mrs. S. 0. O'Bryan,
Thursday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock.
Lesson-- First Sam. 8 to 31 chapter,
Just beginning the third period, the
Israelite Kingdom. Any new mem
bers will be very welcome at thia
The Clarendon iHardware Company
of Summerton, will on Saturday, Sept.
1 0th, start a new era 'm hardlware
circles in this county. They wvill open
a twenty-dlay special sale of their en
tirec stock of hardware and stoves at
greatly reduced prices. According tc
their, advertisement on another page
of this paper everything in their store
has bieen marked, dlown to belowv cost.
It will bie well for~ our readers to pay
th is st ore a v'is it.
Taylor Stutes, Jr., of Manning, S.
C ., arr ived IFriday to visit his cousin,
Mayor 'T. E. .Jamnes, and Mrd s. Jfames
ait 1434 Collins avenue. Mr. Stukes
is an attorney and ran dlown to south
Florida for a vacation tipl instead of
going into, the North Carolina moun
ta ins which had beeni his previous
vacat ion haunt. Mr. Stukes thinks
wel! of Miami l'ench and is surprised
at the salubrious clImate, the free
'What is t
It iniates a stiffening of
* blood( thr ough' the veins and capil
U it gets les s aid from hI rdened art
T he ause is faulty Kidney A
d ceposimt ini the a rteries which stit
U Somet i mes the cond!it ion is e
body. In such cases the cause
energ to this part, due to pine'l
IThe (hiropracr lwaates suich p
* ad~justs4 the( Spi~nalI join ts to corr
pressure an nlfature0 restores not1
* C. CORBETl]
* ChIi ro)practor, Pam
* (i02-3 City Natio
* ince flours 9 to 12. 2 to 5, 7 to
amds are made for Men who
Think for Themselves
Such folks know real quality-and DEMAND, i
They prefer Camels because Camels igive thei the
smoothest, mellowest smoke they can buy-because
they love the mild, rich flavor of choicest tobaccos,'
perfectly blended--and because Camels leave NO
Like every man who does his own thinking; you
want fine tobacco in your cigarettes. You'll find i3l
And, mind you, no flashy package just for show.'
No extra wrappers! No costly frills! These things
don't improve the smoke any more than premiums
- or coupons.
But QUALITY! Listen! That's CAMELSI)
n e. OEM PU~. .,
thm from pests and the beauty
the country. Mr. Stukes's fahri
the cashier of the First National Bank
of Manning.-Miami Daily Metropolis.
You' will find elsewhere in this issue
an article announcing that Mr. Car.
Williams of Oklahoma will speak in
Sumter next Friday, September the
9th on cooperative marketing. This
is one of the biggest problems on
fronting us today, and I hope it
every man in the county who can pos
sibly do so will attendl this speaking.
IRidney, liver, bladder and uric acid I.0 . M I~IJI NG
troubles are most dangerous be
cause of their insidious attacks.
Heed the first warning they give
that they need attention by taking Torn Cawihsrt, $539
GOLDIMEDAL Rase ihsatr 421
Theword'sstandard remedy for these
diodrwill often wvard off those dis- Cue e onal
eases and strengthen the body against
further attacks. Three sizes, all druggists.
Roadterwit starter,.. . . $680.39
Leek foTruck, Pneumaticd tireso. $524.21
___ - CouSeda, Demountable rims
EEEEEEEEEEEEEIand starter, . . . . $7808
D PRESSURE CaednMtrC.
he Cause? UMnig .C
lhe arer als T ove thleF.R Digl11otr ok,
wais the hear t must work harder, *Sitetn .C
ery walls, hence the high pressure.*
etion resulting in very slight saltyWV5 jW fl
-nteredl in some one position of theU
is untder-normal supply of nerve
ing of spinal nerves at the spine.W J WiimsvilsakaonyftrM ia isnScteet'LM .
inching priessuire, and by his skill we it ntesae renilAte-B aty
set alignment. Tfhis removes the *u oubaad Sme. Lts Iutis J I riMs .N
nal actioin ofteorgans or pareatiselgto fo ~mno Srtt
[' C.OLE, ont get D.i C. Cucil9lMx.G.L
eSchool Gr'aduate U M iii45 OIC 1 lC1i~
nal Blank Building. U MsinnvNw-r.A .Hls Iwl pl ote.ug fPo~
U ihIesn- BaigNwbt ~CaednCutSR, S..C
SedaniDemountbe rimsyo ctbr 12
8. Ihon (iS (Actq 1-1, andX starters. lc . i. fo.eteso $748.8g
Cl'a rehdonoor Cilo.,deae.
Mnnin, S. C. rpic-I"StdofScaNed Jnhlt,
F 'ctw"r. .Dingl Motoram Work strt x.
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