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The Manning times. (Manning, Clarendon County, S.C.) 1884-current, November 09, 1921, Section One Pages 1 to 8, Image 8

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Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, NOVERBER 9, '1921
Miss Francis Dickson spent Satur
(lay in Sumter.
Dr. and Mrs. Abe'Vin-g and
family spent Sundhyriu, Manning.
Miss Corinne Barlield spent the
week-end in Sumter, with friends.
Mr. Ingram Wilson is home from
Carolina University for a few days.
Mr. W. S. Prince spent the week
end in Charleston, with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Iseman were
Sumter visitors Sunday.
Dr. Cole of Kingstree, spent the
week-end with his family here.
Mr. and Mrs. Kirven of Darlington,
spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jno. D. Gerald.
I Mr. Henry Appelt of Darlington,
spent Sunday at the home of Mrs.
Louis Appelt.
Mesdames Aimanla larvin, Venn
ing and Miss I.attie Venning spent
Saturday in Sumiter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. loore and Mr.
and iMrs. R. S. Brown motored to Sum
ter Sunday.
Mrs. Alma Bradley am'i daughter
spent the week-end with relatives in
.Jordan.
Messrs. H1. D. Dubrow and Harry
Steinhardt motored to Florence Sun
day.
Mrs. Rosa Weinberg has returned
from a visit with Dir. ayl Mrs. Abe
Weinberg in Sumter.
Mrs. C. B. Geiger and Miss Addie
Weinberg spent Tuesday in Colum
bia.
Mr. S. W. Th igpen brought to this
eflice a potato veigh ing nine pounds
and six ounces. This is the largest
sweet potato that he been brought
to this office so far.
IRSTNAIQN
ARMISTI
Miarkingb the memory
hleraldled the dawni of Pea
drutms beat throu~ghou)t th
T his year we d (edicate th
homiage to the unknown h
filet-to those whos~e deed:
be insciribedi up)on the imp
war, but w~ho, uniheraldled
theirP noble lives for Fr 1ee(
quietly sleeping in unma
sea.
1o you wvho sit at that
her'toes a re, ourI thoughts iI
up)on your hlnd todlay and
heart there is a mionumnei
gift you gave.
With thrilled souls ando
to render tr'ibuite to the sa
known dead.
W~e ('lose November 1 ltl
First Natioi
W. C. DAVIS, Peidi"~(
A. C. B3RAD)HAM, V
J. T. STIUKES, Cashi
mli(dle-aged women, youn
boys' andI girl1's, iln fact a
and races of people are ha
and fitted with glasses--bI
D R. J. E. A
THE OPTC
Mr. R. D. Plyler who has been con-I
ducting a sale in Dunbarton, is back
in Manning for a while.
Judge John S. Wilson spent the
week-end at home with his family;
he is conducting court in Gaffney.
Miss Margaret- Duncan of Bennetts
ville, spent the week-end with Mrs. T.
M. Mouzon.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Baggett
of Ayden, N. C., Friday night, a baby
girl. Mrs. Baggett and two little
girls, Lois and Julia Carolyn are
spending some time at the home of
Mr. amxl Mrs. J. S. Ridgeway.
NOTICE TO THE PEOPL15
OF CLARENDON COUNTY
The Haley Vulcanizing Co.; will re
open on November 9th with a big 're
duction of prices. Mr. Haley has been
absent for a few weeks, but is back
here to stay and assures the public
of courteous and guaranteed service.
We repair punctures for 25c and
vulcanize casings at a greatly reduced
price.
HALEY VULCANIZING CO.
I. A. Haley,
Aanning, S. C.
NOTICE
To Parents and Guardians of Children
Hetween The Ages of Eight and
Fourteen Years.
The Compulsory Education Law
provides that every child between
eight and fourteen years of age, in
elusive, must attend school for four
consecutive months or eighty consecu
tive school days during the scholastic
year that the school attended is in ses
sionl.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
in Maiing School District No. 9 the
period of compulsory attendance shall
hegin on the first Monday in Decem
ber (being the 5th (lay of December
1921) and end eighty school days
from said date, and parents and guar
dians, and others, having children in
charge between the above stated ages
will govern themselves accordingly.
S. OLIVER O'BRYAN,
R C. WELLS,
r. V. CoFFEY,
Trtustees Manning School District
No.9.
Manning, Nov. 3, 1921 45-2t-c
%L aANK.
C DAY!
f that joyous (lay that
(ce, let healrts thrill and
P land
J (lay to pay our' nation's
eroes of that great con
i of gallantry will never
er'ishable records of the
and( unknown, gave up
0om's caUuse, and now lie
r'ked graves across the
white throne where
gratitude ascend. Look
know that in each loyal
it of love for that rare
bowed heads, we pause
cre d mIemor'y of our un
-1Armistice Day.
al Bank.
>nt
ice- President
er
en, nmiddle-aged men and
ug men and yoUng women,
11 sexes. ages, conditions
Ving their eyes examined
y
LRANT'S,
METRIST
--------- mammsm
Wall
44
WATCH
For The RED INK CIRCULARS
You'll see them tacked up.,on the roadside. You'll see them
in your mail box. They'll be distributed in Manning Friday.
Watch your door steps.
Statement from Shade Wilson, Dare Daring
Price Smasher.
Like a thrilling drama, full of life and action and interesting episodes, this
Great REMOVAL SALE of THE NEW IDEA CO., Inc., will start at
-9:00 A. M. Saturday, Nov. 12th.;
Entire Stock Sacrificed to sell rather than move it to new location. Thous
ands of dollars worth of best merchandise at new and lower prices. Lines
embraced in this Terrific Slaughter include, Dry Goods; Men's and Young
Men's and Boy's Clothing and Furnishings, Ladies' and Misses' Ready-to
Wear, and Millinery.
I hope I have made you understand what a splendid opportunity this is.
It is hard to do justice to it in an advertisement. -
I am proud to announce that in this, my last sale in 1921, my services are
with a firm who guarantee what they sell. You'll see no signs hanging in
in the store vwith these inscriptions, "No Refunds"---"No Exchanges." I
am authorized to make good any articles not satisfactory.
SH ADE WILSON.
Mr. Italy Wilson and Miss Lucy MrL.DNttea m ch tofal9:0PM. U er usie
Wilson of Sumter, sp~ent the weck-endMannhsbeisrelntc byA rcnLgo.Ad sso 2can
here with their parents, Judge andhicritsto hwcaewyhe4.
Mrs. Jno. S. Wilson.shud otbajugdbnrp.-_________
Miss Pauline Wilson returned ifbme Ms ar elwohsbe
Mondany evening for a visit with herviiigathhoeoCa.anMr. W wihotakoumnyflns
sister, Mrs. Arthur Lachicotte ofW.CDaiwllev Thrayfrrltes ndkdnigbsfrte
Waverly Mills.Watrrofoavii.knnsesmah ad baufl
Dr. and Mrs. Watson B. DuncansitrY ll U 1I f
tave returned to their home in Dillon MrJonJsp ofumrtnan cetikesad(eth forblve
after a visit with Mrs. Duncan's sis- a utrtred hm ro n r.R.R uatadfml. ett o eB n n
Ler, Mrs. W. C.toia DetaonaiisMnnn
Little Miss Shirley Ness, age sevenan
months is the youngest member of the Msae .M ozn .M hr a ensvrlntcspb iaw ieB res
Lad(ies' Auxiliary of the Williams- Wlsad Ms agrtDna flse nrfrnet u iies tevr eto evc
Burgess Post.BnntsiewrCombavstr (lmigbral rfue n th
The friends of Mr. H. A. Haley will Stra oatn h-hnCo. sresfrtegraewgnt al G aa td
be glad to learn that he has returned Mse aoy lweTr a-o~iac n rmnwo owl e H I U TN ,3c
to Manning after an absence of somenaSe pot, os Ma:fe, it co ele to retan fne lluh
weeks on account of the Illness and Hgis ate uut n aleofnes H V N ,....1c
lea ofhismotem Mr. JMr . pL. D.were s ba mercators a nd 9:0 . . U nI'de aspce
W.lyo Agsa ~.ca to Davis, whCiaen ursayh o r reaie. n kind n retos.frh

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