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Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1922
Mr. Smith Boswell spent the week
end in Sumter, with friends.
Mr. Ralph Kennedy spent the week
end with relatives in Gable.
Mr. Clarence Iseman is in Marion,
on a hunting trip.
Mrs. J. J. Moore and children left
Sunday night to visit relatives -in
Mr. R. B. Bradham of Paxville, was
a business visitor here on Tuesday.
Mrs. T. M. Mouzon will be hostess
to the bridge club this afternoon.
Mrs. Blinkley of Georgetown, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. G. K. Hanks.
Miss Rose Ervin will entertain the
bridge club Thursday evening. I
Miss Essye McArthur will leave
Thursday night for her home in
Messrs. C. H. Felder and Malcolum
Scarborough of Summerton, spent
Monday in Manning on business.
Mrs. H. I. Ellerbe and children have
returned home from several weeks
visit in Charleston, with relatives.
Mrs. Chovine Sprott, Jr., left Tues
day for Cameron, where she will visit
Mr. Frank Barron spent Tuesday
and Wednesday in Manning with his
brother, Mr. S. W. Barron.
Married last Sunday, Mr. William
Fowler Evans and Miss Cornelia Har
rington, both of Workman.
Mrs. B. T. McAlpin has returned to
,her home in Spartanburg, after a visit
with Mrs. H. J. Bomar.
Mrs. Ben Scarborough of Darling
ton, is visiting her sister, Mrs. B. A.
Mrs. S. S. Richardson and children
have returned fron a visit to Winns
Mr. Julian Weinberg is having the
old building on his lot opposite Alder
man's Store torn down.
Mr. O. E. Daniels of LeRoy, Ohio,
is the guest of his neice, Mrs. R. E.
Mrs. J. J. Martin and children of
Paxville, was the week-end guest of
Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Broadway.
Mrs. William Burg and daughter
Edna and Mr. Hyman Love spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ness.
Dr. and Mrs. Cole and children of
Kingstree, 'spent Sunday here with
Mr. Horace Thomas left here last j
week for Youngsville, N. C., where
he will open up a large live stock
Mr. V. S. Evans, formerly of Work
man, has moved his family into the
house formerly occhpied by Dr. J. A.
Mr. 'T. F. Coffey, of the firm of
Coffey & Rigby, is opening a live
stock stable in Hickory, N. C. He
left for that place on Tuesday.
Mcsdlames Rosa Weinberg, Leon
Weinbei'g, Miss Irma Weinberg and
Mr. 1B. A. Weinberg spent a few
dlays last week in Georgetowvn.
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Sprott andl
h~aby have returnedl from several
months stay in Walterboro, with re
Mrs. C. V. Verner' of Barnwvell, ar
i'ivedl Saturday night to visit her
mother, Mr's. George Hluggins foi' a
We call the attention of our mer'
chants and business men to an adlver
tisement in refeirence to the mail or
der' houses wvhich- we are publishing
on anothei' page.
Tobacco Seed !
Dickson Drug Store
Manning, S. C.
Finest red and bla
spices. For puttin
have jar rings, jar c
The live corner, ac
the old Harvin HoSie
Just received a fresl ship
ment of Garden Pea Seed.
Dickson Drug Store,
Manning, S. C.
Mrs. J. W. Wideman and little Ida
Wideman returned Saturday night
from Orangeburg, where they visited
Mrs. Wideman's sister, Mrs. Slater.
Married on January 6th by Judge
of Probate -Windham, Mr. Martin
Cleveland Mathis of Wedgefield and
Miss Alice Lorenia Lowder of Pine
NEWS FROM CLEMSON COLLEGE
(By E. D. Plowden, Correspondent)
Clemson College, S. C., Jan. 10.
The Clemson cadets returned from the
Christmas holidays last Tuesday in
fine spirits and ready to begin the
New Year right. Practically all tbe
old students returned and several
new ones came in, bringing the total
enrollment well over a thousand.
Work is now rapidly progressing
in the new gymnasium, which is soon
to be completed. It is hoped that the
building will be ready for the open
ing of the basketball season on Jan
Company football practice has be
gun in earnest and the members of
each of the company teams seu.i anx
ious to win the championship of their
Track practice is now in full swing
and there is no doubt that Clemson's
track team will show up as well or
even better than the famous tigers
who made Clemson's track seison of
last year such'a notable one.
Plans are now being worked out for
the building of a new Methodist
Church here sometime in the near
future. The building is to cost about
President Rriggs informed us that
there will have to be a sum of $150,
000.00 raised in order for the college
to carry on its work this year.
2 ounces for 25c at,
Statement of the Condition of
BANK OF TURBEVILLE
Located at Turbeville, S. C., at the
close of business December 31, 1921.
Loans and discounts - -..$34,003.69
Ovei-drafts ---- ---- ------4,931.24
Furniture and fixtures .... .-.1,695.81
Banking house .-...-..--. ..2,830.16
Due from banks and bankes'..406.92
Currency ---..--..-....-...- 393.00
Gold -- ---- ----- --- -------10.00
Silver and other minor coin ....72.23
Checks and cash items -.....841.42
LIA BI LITI ES
Ca pital stack pa id in-.....$12,500.00
Due to banks and bankers ....769.42
subject to check 12,450.74
Cashier's checks ... ....44.73
Bills payable, including cer
tificates for money borrow.
State of South Carolina,
County of Clarendon-ss.
Before me came Vera Gamble,
Cashier of the above namedl bank,
who, being duly sworn, says that
the above and foregoing statement
is a true condlition of said bank, as
shown by the books of said bank.
Sworn to ando subscribed before me
this 7th (day of .January 1922.
1D. L. Green,
Notary Public for S. C.
Correct Attest:-C. E. Gamble,
Jno. F. Turbeville, D. E. Turbeville,
3k pepper, sage and
g up) sausages we
aps and paraffine
cery Co., ine.
ross the way from
ry Mill and TLight
O n IrFull Blast
Our. store is thrond with eager buyer a
to take advantage of the muany bargains'
offered, and they are buying heavily.
IIAVEYO 0T YOUSYET"
Don't wait toO long; the' goods will not
* stay here at the prices they are offered.'
Old R. R. Jenkinson Stand. M ANNING, S. C.
GIVE QUICK RELIEF
There will be an important special
meeting of Williams-Burgess Post
American Legion at the club roomswih u aM c in
Tuesday, January 17th at 8 p. m.
Matters of vital importance will be
taken up and it is urgent that there GvnWtotCs
be a full attendance of the member
J. G. Dinkins, t D p str
NOTICE 'f)cma h ueosfad asdb
To owners of automobiles, trucks tcuCekSse ahPoet ~ "'
andl motorcycles, you have until Feb. .U ~ ?4
1st, to get your State license from the , of u ithgr aphed in in ink a
State Highway Commissioner in Co-thenofeccek[leamneorr1 B
lumbia. Do not operate your machine 7 A. *- , 1
after said (late without your license,acu.g e ce ro ue Wln ancekbok
f'or by (oing so you will have to pay teedcnb oiS htteh'etaon
the penalty-a fine. iiae & r of".
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J. E. Gamble, Sheriff. w th on e e rsents
CHIROPRACTIC Ti pca iebsiescekbotrecek
(Thue Cure That Lasts.)
Appreciable to 90 per cent of our ofot e manyibadinspti
diseases. I am always glad to give
Chiropractic information and to talk y ei
with you over your health problems.conbalmescmenadsetisADIOA
DR. A. D.PLOWDEN, D. C. Ph. C.
Sumter, S. C., Phione 517?. E ICthtw argvngfe to ur''os
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