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For the the Holiday Tra
respect, Most Reasona
Fruits, and everything nee
For The Home!
We have Linens, Rugs, Davenports,
Parlor Suites, Chairs, Library Tables,
Chiffoniers, Wardrobes, Silverware,
China, Cut Glass, and many other
articles which will make such pretty
as well as most appropriate gifts.
If you will make a careful inspect
assistance in solving the problem
you can buy from us for a small 4
a wide variety to select fi om, Y
M~ Jf~ rs. 1-1. 11agedorn and smallI
daughter~ espent a few dlays last week las
in Charleston. sti,
Published Every Wednesday ful
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. McFaddin of
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21,1921 Sardinia were Manning visitors Tues
WENSDY DCMER2, 91(lay. Itot
A Merry Christmas to all. Miss Jeanette Plowden who is M
teaching in Camnden, is here to spend I
Mr. and M.rs. W. H. McFaddin of Christmas holidays with her parents. Da
Gables, announce the birth of a soi. Marriige licenses were issued to tet
Alis Crrne-i'-l-flld pet lstMiss Alice Logan andl Mr. Barwick, 81pi
Miss Corrine Brild spent last both of Alcol lat t
Thur'sday in Columbia.
Mr. andl Mrs. F. D). Bloswell an- Toa anlhv eundfo u
Sale, isin annig fo Chi~n teaorhirg inae, r the rel vto spe-d
Chivtms n hlfieds foithe holiaens. I'
nt'Marriurealicenseackerountain, to ter
N. ., pen a e~vday lat ~eek MissAies S ara and Mr.s Barwickbs
with r. nil Mts. W C. Dvis. othl of Aoesto aspt atu day hr
Mess rs.end s nLelviDdyes. amIS
nounce wihe ist m as ser ice. A
Tomannn Banal have W.Lreerne fu
Th Nw de C.,ha tai moior a rdini p thoghFoid. a
clai ganl SaudI s week Wintn Mr. an'br.Luad etMna
Sm(,is Nesemang of hestmas- frinafMr where y wivsitren hao
Mr.ni M~ciura ofg lackth storentain, bie ad toerindfo the hoidas. bl
('nty ccpillh M~.It H .en- toele bac Foeton spenk t Dikonay hreg
Theeoil, a srie a ft e ei n tie ill rel ati ve . di'c
a soemupmteoer-will be gldto rnthhe isabl
anyocuid Kr.r.R ykn ol saktookatndsnsDu
afe J naftrbigiilfrya wet. c
Sanlr Shav lig starlrd
-E ROVE too"
20 STORES IN ONE
de we have a splendid Stock, fr
bly Priced. We have Raisi
ded for the Fruit Cake.
For Girls and Ladies!
We have Furs, Cedar Chests, Can
dies, Handkerchiefs, Hose, Necklaces,
Kimonas, Bedroom Slippers, Sta
tionery, and so many other things
that make delightful and pleasing
ion of our goods, which are very moder
of "what to give," and you will be-agre
imount of money. We suggest that yo
our patronage is respectfully solicited.
20 STORES IN ONE
Wirs. J. A. Cole and children left In the News and Courier conte
t week to join Dr. Cole in King- just ended Mrs. 11. B. Ennis won ti
cc, where they will reside in the $225.00 Victrola and $100.00 in cash
Miss Isabella Thomas is homec fro
WIr. Jennings Tolbert of Washing- New York to spend the Christnu
D. C., will arrive Friday to join holidays with her parents, Mr. ai
wife who is visiting her pareVts, Mrs. F. C. Thomas.
and Mrs. E. J. Browne.
-- A special Christmas p~aise' servii
Vlessrs. Edvard Sprott, Charles will be held in the Presbyteri&
vis and Burgiss Sprott who are at- Church tonight at 7 o'clock. Caro
aing Wofford College are home to will be sung and an appropria
md the holidays *ith their parents. Christmas program will be carri
out. A silver offering for Thornw
M1r. Jeff Barfield died sudldenly last Opaaewl etkn
turday night at his homc in Alco- -
He was buried Sunday afternoon Ayn ihn otk h a
Oak Grove cemetery. n'imscnpyfrtiiwod
Vir. Ingram Wilson will arrive themetfrhepe.Noisyuo
t of the wveek from Columbia, to otiytoubiuetoouco
mnd the holidays with his parents,typerihotavntoluo
Ige and Mrs. Wilson.thca.
Vlarriedl in Charleston last Wednes- Thspcatemocurwilo
v at the home of her sister, Misseei anigo onaJna
nie McRoy of Manning and Mr. A.2d.hiistefrtiminhei
Bunton of that city.spca trhatobcledoa
M1essrs. R. D. Cothran and R. D.cuto tecnete odto
irk, wvho -have been in the tobacco teji.Teji soefoigw
siness in North Carolina are atrsnr a~ ant comd
mec for the holidays,.n TOC
Mr. and Mrs. Italy Wilson and lieModyahshmenr.J
Idren of Sumnter, will arrive the I(a r Jsp icuae b
I of this wee'k to spend the holidays I9 er.''e(eesdhdbe
th Jludge and Mrs. Wilson. Iivldfrsvrlyas i ~a
Miss Lucy Wilson, a teacher in the to natv ati onya
mnter school wvill arrive this even- saepltclei uvv~ ys
to spend Christmats holidays with lsosadaghe.
r parents, Judlge and~ Mrs Wilson.
MIr. 1". CI Thomas lost a large barn MnigTms~ild omr
c I with feed stuffs and machinery oroncei.Waefredt
'3loomville 1last Wednesday night,.hso con i te uiesc
had no insurance. crsgigo ahbss n
Mrs. Helen Sauls of Winston-Salem, elgtos ed o iht fc
in Manning to spiend the Christmas aynadhp o ilcniu
Ilidays wvith her parents, Mr. and gv s~orpitn.Btrmm
rs. IT. Rt. Boger. i' ah
Th(e fire diepartment was called to 'h oa og fKihso
e home of Mrs. W. HI. Gaillard lastthagvteianulbqetI
ednesday afternoo~n to extinguish aThrlynitadi wsoeft
ize on the roof (of the kitchen. Themoteartefssevrevd
mage was slight.Mann.Teldsprprlt
Mr. J1. M. Peavy has moved his"Qensrat"Thewreo
mily into their new home on East oehnrda h alsadte
>yce Street, and Mr. J. M. Gamble wn wysnigteprieo
s moved into the Jail made vacantsuprcmitefrhewyh
Mr. Peavy. etrandtecod eeai
Rev. and1 Mrs. Inabnit and familyAbell an Caedo ou
cd Miss Laura Keels spent a fewlogswrpeen.Telici
ys last week with Mr. and Mrs. W.sparsweM.C.DBon
Davis, en route from WalterboroAbvleD.LW.icofum
Kingstree. ad -o.J .Dniso ann
Mrs. John Wilson and Miss Alice FRSL
ilson returned home last Thursday -
am Sumter; the friends of Mrs. Fosaetemt(eirbeuin
ilson will be glad to learn that she lcto ntetw fMnig.
getting along very nicely,.tr n o o cuidb I
Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Ewvart of Sliar-beteesloainIMnig.T
nburg, announce the birth of a babypretywlbesdcharhn
rl. Mrs. Ewart and baby are at cnee ebuh fsl nten
ai horme of her mother, Mrs. B. A. tn(as fe ietn(asop
hnsor$225.me witradvand $,00.0 on thm
esh and first-class in every
ns, Currants, Chrystalized
For Men and Boys! '
We have a splendid selection of Ties
Gloves, ' Handkerchiefs, Bathrobes,
Bedroom Slippers, Trunks, Suit Cases
and many other useful articles which
make such serviceable -'arrd attrac
tive gifts for the men and boys.
ately' priced, you will fihd much
.ahly surprised at the many things
a- shop. early while there is such
;t sont price. If you want the best vides for the stimulation of the saV
ie business location in Manning and ings habit by the acceptance of.Postj
that has been so for the past twenty Savings deposits from 10 cents up
ears. Grab opportunity and ,buy it. the offeripg of Treasury SaVi'
mf you mean business and willing to Securities from $1 to $1,000.
back it up address Mrs. Annie Thiere will be no Thrift Stanpsi
d Abrams, Wilmington, N. C. War Savings Stamps offered 'urhg
Or &ee 1922, but all outstanding Thrlfftnd
DURANT & ELLERBE, War Savings Stamps will be'r
Manning, S. C. able precisely upon the ,termo upQ
which they wvere purchased,' it. is atl
Is NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS nounced.
!d That on the first day of January For the better coordination of
11 we will discontinue delivering milk i, Postal and Treasury plans all wh
Manning. -vest in Postal Savmngs may conve
DavisDairy. their deposits, when sufficiently sI
1- -____________ ito Treasury Savinga secur.
,. POSTIAL SAVINIGS DEPOSITS yielding 4 1-2 per cent interest1 v
-- ~pounded semi-annually, if heldto..
,.. Official announcement has been re- turity.
- ceived by Postmaster Smith of ~Man- Further, the limit of indil)
at ning, S. C., of the joining of hands of holdings of Treasury Savings 'ek
the Post Office and Treasury Depart- ties has been increased frpm-$.O
ments for the encouragement of the to $5,000 and the 1921 issues of.t~
a.. savings movement. The plan, as ex- of the securities bear the portrgas
'y plained in a statement sent out by three great Ahnericans--Robsp~
s- Secretary of the Treasury Mellon, pro- Lincoln and Washington.
cTHE PLACE TO BUY YOUR
Everything For Men And Boys.
Bath Robes.---........---.---...--$5.00 to $1$.O0I
C llar Bags .-_--_-_----__--__--..$2.00 to $4, 00
Bed Room Slippers -- ---...-...$2.00 to $8.40
Sweaters --- --- --- ------ ---.---$2.50 to $12.00
4o Pajamas .----------- ----- -..--.-$2.00 to $3.0,0
Silk and Knit Mufflers-...-....---.....-$1.00 to 6.6
- Cotton, Silk or Wool Half Hose-....---25c to $1
Silk, Cotton or Linen Handkerchiefs -......1c to 75c
"'n Initial Handkerchiefs, in holiday boxes 75c to $W''
a Silk Ties in Boxes -_-_--..------....75c to $8
n Dress Kid Gloves-----.......-..--$1.00 to $3.54
AutO-or Wool or Boy Scout Gloves 50c, $1, to $6.501
e"Steamer Trunks, Hand Bags and Suit Cases,
aiUmbrellas .-----..----.-.--.----$1.50 to $4o
*r Big reductions on my entire stock of Men'
.Boys Clothing, Overcoats, and Raincoats, SW&
Hats and Gents' Furnishings.
Joseph M. Clhandl