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Published Every Wedpesday
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1921
MXrs.~ Levy of Bishopville is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Morris Ness.
Mis. J. A. Weinberg spent the week
end in Charleston.
Miss Butler of Sumter, spent Ar
inistice Day here with friends.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Rear
don on last Wednesday a baby girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Harvin are the
proud parents of a ten pound baby
girl born to them last Thursday.
Mrs. P. B. Thames and Miss Rti
Moore accompanied by Mr. Harry
Clark, Jr., spent Sunday in Florence.
Misses Aline DuBose and Essyc Mc
Arthur spent the week-end in Sumter.
Miss Claude Gray of Gray Court, is
visiting her brother, Mr. W. R. Gray
Sheriff and Mrs. J. E. Gamble took
their little daughter, Louise, to Char
leston Monday for medical treatment.
Mrs. Pendleton of Davis Station has
returned from a visit with relatives
inl Charlotte, N. C.
Miss Virginia Geiger, who is attend
ing college in Columbia, spent the
week-end here with her parents, Dr.
and Mrs. Frank Geiger.
Mesdames D. Hirschmann, Ben
Ness, Miss Pearl Hirschmann and lit
tie Miss Shirley Ness spent Sunday
in Sumter with friends.
'ile ienibers of the Civic League
rae asked to he present at a meeting
next Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock in
the auditorium (if the Court House.
The friends of Mrs. Joe Wells will
be glad to learn that she has returned
from the hospital in Sumter, where she
was operated on and is doing nicely.
Mrs. B. B. Breedin's many friends
will be glad to learn that she is home
from the hospital in Sumter where she
was operated on some f w weeks ajo
aind is doing n icely, although unable
to be up as yet.
A meeting of the Co-operative Cot
ton Grower's Association will be held
at the Court House next Friday at 11
('clock when Mr. Irvine Belser of Co
lumbia, will explain the cotton mar
TPhose who have been fortunate in
winning a turkey at The New Idea
Co's. sale are: Kimbrough .Johnson,
Manning; C. M. Mason, St. Paul; and
I. It. llarvin, Manning. Kimbrough
.Johnson being the first lucky fellow.
Died in lanning Sunday night Mr.
IHainey. The deceased suffered a
strok of paralysis last F'riday and
died Sunday. Mr. Ilainey ran a little
grocery shop here for several years,
and was considered a good citizen.
Tlhe pmblic is cordially invited to a
recital at the Manning Presbyterian,
(hu rich on next Sunday evening at
::i p. m. A voluntary contribution
will be takenl to assist in paying for
the 'ipe Organi. Good nusic is as
11imnon 'Tim mons Who won the our
year sch rolarslip anid entered Clemson
as t Sept embher has scored thle highest
point in I':n lish andv was onie of the
two whih ra iited h righeist in ma thema
tics in ii P etin. Tinuniiions was a
frnser stirlent ofI Mr's. 1X (C. Al
D a vs Stat ion school ce lebratIed A r
mist ice Dayv withI a patriotic program.
There w'ere a munberlrr of readlings arid
recrt at jip byli the paupits of the sch~ol.
'The ha.ihC ing~ was dleorated wit hfl ags
and flou er's. The principal adress
wais utrerls by .1 no. G. Dinkins, Esq.,
of the an ning liar. There was a
lar ig at rendance of school patrons
Xl isses- MaIry' Dicksonm, Irenre P'low
den, Getinl' O)'Br'yan, lttle Misses
and ,1. G. I iinkmrs letft Tu'esday aftter'
noon for Grieelyvillei, whrie they will
ipart iiipate mi the we'ding of' Miss
Ge''rtrude O livir and lungener DuRiant
in WVednesd ay e'venring'. Tlhe bridhal
iatyv we re tendre n a receplt ion a fteri
*' rehnarsal on Tuersdayi r'v'niing.
i(rer guaests frormrherei who will he
prisenit at the ceire monv aire. Mrt. and
Mr s. S. O )liver O'BIryan, Amr. anrd AlMrs.
Il. A . P low-den, Mis. Cooper D)ick'sonr
adMiss Rita Iluggini.
C2ir'cle No. 4 of the Woman's Aurx
ilaryv ofie Pr'eshXterian ('huirch , wxill
yae a "nDol Sal e" the second week( ini
December where San rta Clauis can
buy a t ious~eaui comp Ilete for little
Miss Doll ie. Cap fs, sacqules, lrmperiis,
dresses, (Ic. Any one wishing to have
a dl d Iressed for Xmans, if they will
r('nd~ measurremnents of doll, we will be
glad to mrake the outfit at reasonable
Mrs. E. L,. Wilkins,
Manager Hlanks oif the Pastime
Theatre has booked the big musical
comnedy "listen Lester" for Manning
on D~ecember 10th. This will take
place at the School Auditorium and is
in the nature of a try-out of Manning
for the better class 4 shows. If a
goodl house is present other shows that
go to Sumter will lbe played here.
Thre sale of the Newv Idea Co. opened
last Saturday to the largest crowd
ever present at a sale in Manning. Mr.
Shade Wilson, who has charge of this
event, is a pastmaster in the art of
getting out publicity to the people.
This is Mr. Wilson's last sale in this
A LL EYES THIS WAY
The First Crowds Have Been Shownu
And Greater Crowds Are Following
Did you see the crowds at THE NEW IDEA CO.'S GREAT REMOVAL
SALE? It seemed that everybody in the whole county was here. We were literally
swamped with eager buyers from the opening hour until closing time at night. An
We are determined to keep this store filled with eager shoppers, as it has
been on opening days. If prices are the magnet of trade this stpre will be filled to
overflowing. My final sale in this section for this year will be my most successful
and I attribute my success to truthful advertising, lower prices and being associated
with a store who have built up a big business by giving a square deal to all.
Yours for money saving,
This advertisement is worth something to you.
Use it-bring to store Thursday, Friday or Satur
day, November 16, 17 or 18 at 10 o'clock a. m. on
either day and gett 10 yards best Outing for $1.10.
(For One Hour Only)
Get Your THE .
I ~Hides and Furst
ThankgNEW IDEA Harry Steinhart will
pay you cash for your
furs and hides. Bring
One Given Away Each Day of
MORRIS NESS, Manager them in to our store.
Sale. Sale Closes. Nov. 26th
MANNING, S. C.
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Mr. ind]( Mrs. J. B. Cantey and You have an opportunity to keep a consecutive months or eighty consccu- American Legion. And to the ladiiol
fani ly spent Sunday in Sumnierton nurse in Clarendon County--Join the tive schoo days d tih A
with re(laitives. Red Cross. ~i N i-1 Yya httesho tcddi nss cpygaeu o orutrn C
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gremien and~ sai lors anad kiid and 'bi(en h t a fDcme ein
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