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Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, NOVERBER 2, 1921
Mr.. Frank Barron of Charleston,
spent'the week-end in Manning.
Mr. Ikey Bagnal spent the week
end at home from Carolina College.
Mrs. W. B." Duncan of Dillon, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. W. C. Davis.
Mr. R. S. DeSchamps of Pinewood,
spent Tuesday in Manning.
Mr. ?. 0. O'Bryan left Tuesday for
Columbia to-attend U. S. Court for a
Born, on last Wednesday, October
26 to Mr. and Mrs. H. P. DuBose, a
Mrs. Jeff Barfield Misses Martha
and Effie Barfield of Alcolu, spent
Tuesday in Manning.
Mrs. R. M. Plowden of St. Charles,
is visiting her son, Mr. T. E. Plowden
Messrs. J. G. Dinkins, Ellis Wells
and Taylor Stukes went to Columbia
Monday night on business.
Mesdames T. M. Davis aond Cary
Smith are visiting relatives and
friends in Eastover.
Mrs. Rosa Weinberg is visiting her
son, Dr. Abe Weinberg and family in
- Mr. Leland Smith, who is attending
Carolina College in Columbia, spent
the week-end here with his paret)ts.
Mrs. T. M. Davis, Mr. and Mrs.
Cary Smith motored to Columbia Sun
Messrs. H. C. Curtis and Sam Bar
ron motored to Columbia last Wed
nesday to attend the Fair.
- Mr. Shade Wilson, who has just
finished a very successful sale for the
Bryan Clothing Co., in Sumter, is back
in Manning to conduct a'sale for one
of the local merchants.
The Big Prize I
Every time you n
at our store, get
may be the luck
Dr. Arant is doing se
examinlations and glass
you one who is enjoyingi
are giving ? If not see ni
D R.J. E. A
A handsome Stoci
Come now while
Prqn now on we must -ask 41 those
coining in The Tilnes oflice, .nless on
business, to refram from talking t6
the help in the oflice. The Times is a
business institution, and not ai place
of entertainment. This notice ,s not
Published for anyone personally, but
to everybody in general. We cannot
afford the time lost in entertainment.
It's business with us and not play.'
Mr. J. G. Dinkins spent last Satur
day in Sumter on bus ness.
Miss Mary Sue Wilson, who is at
tending Cgrolina College, in Colum
bia, spent th eweek-end here.
Miss EsterlenA Reardon left this
morning for Kingstree, where she will
visit 'for a while with relatives and
Mrs. S. Katzoff and baby have re
turned home from Wilmington, N. C.,
they were accompanied by Miss Helen
Goldstein 'who will visit them.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dukes and baby,
Mrs. E. W. Roland and little Billy Ro
and of Kingstree, spent the week-end
with Mr. and- Mrs. J. E. Reardon.
Mr. Joe Boswell, a former resident
of Foreston, will qpen a new barber
shop in the old LeGi-ande Cafe stand
The Prayer Band and Bible Class
of the Presbyterian Church will meet
tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock at
the home of Mrs. Warren Dickson.
Lesson: 1st. Chronjcle.
Mr. Haynesworth Plowden has re
turned home from Columbia hospital;
his many friends will be glad to learn
that he is very much improved after
an operation about two weeks ago.
A homicide was committed near
Bloomville Monday night in which a
white man by the name of Cooper was
the victim, and Jim Frierson, white,
is charged with the murder. Cooper
lives near Gourdin's and was at
Bloomville on a visit, Frierson is said
to -have been drunk or drinking, and
went to the house where Cooper was,
and from the report we received, he
took a shot gun loaded with buck-shot
and fired through the door, the load
striking Cooper and killing him.
Frierson i.1 in Jail charged with the
A $5 Basket of
aake a purchase
your ticket. It
me very satisfactory eye
fitting these days. Are
;he comfort these glasses
te at once.
to select from.
the choosing is
on. S. C.
I Am Going to Strike Hard!
BEGINNING- SATURDAY, NOV. 12
THE NE ___C0
Every thrift home--every thrift family should read this
and of such -measures as I am about to resort. to.
Never in this store's history has such a drastic and
vicious, contagious game ever been played.
It will surprise you--I will amaze You when I put
on the New Idea Co.'s Sale. Prices in print soon.
Watch for the Big Red Circulars. Four full pages of
true economy. SHADE WILSON, the Dare Daring
* Price Smasher, hired to sell for
*T HE NE W ID EA Co.
Manning, South Carolina.