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Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1922
Miss Addie Weinberg is visiting
.friends in Spartanburg.
Mr. Charlie Davis of Wofford Col
lege is at home for a few days.
Supervisor R. E. McFaddin spent
last week at Fairlong, on a hunt.
Mr. Ingram Wilson of Columbia, is
home on a visit to his parents.
Mr. Ralph Kennedy will spend the
week-end in Gibson, N. C.
Mr. Morris Ness was a business
visitor to St. Matthews last week.
Misses Irene and Helen Plowden
spent the week-end in Sumter, with
To be married tomorrow afternoon
at the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. David Levi, Miss Netta
Levi and Mr. Sidney Bayersdorfer of
T obacco S pe
We have c
tinue to ke
son, a con
Cash or Tin
Be sure to se<
ust bought $3,00
le cost to-day. I
s are even great
Dry Goods, S
offering Shoes ti
ds that cost 25c
1. Come quick 1
Mr. Dud Plyler who has been con
ducting a sale in Camden spent Sun
Miss Virginia Geiger of Columbia
College will arrive Friday morning to
visit her parents.
Miss Rose Ervin entertained three
tables of bridge last Friday night in
honor of Miss Helena Weinberg of
Mrs. J. W. Wideman entertained
the young married people's bridge
club on last Saturday night.
.Judge Wilson and Mr. Sam Barron
left the first of the week for a duck
hunt near Georgetown.
Born to Sheriff and Mrs. J. Edward
Gamble last Monday morning, twins
two ine young lailies.
Rev. and Mrs.;. P. Inabnit of King
stree, visited relatives in Manning
Mr. John Burgess of Atlanta, Ga.,
was a visitor last week 'at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stukes.
Mrs. Leon Weinberg entertained
Tuesday afternoon at rook for the
benefit of the Civic League.
r All Use
acial and Truci
n hand now anc
ep on hand durir
riplete Stock of
:er Materials. 'I
ie Sales Made
delivered from ,
Son short notice.
Sus before placin
It Sam Barrnn'g Offce.
0 worth of High-Gre
am going to sell th
er than the ones off
hoes, Pants, Ha
iat originally cost $
. per yard wholesak
before those wonder
Mr. T. "F. Coffey, who at present, spent
is conducting a live stock business in there
Hickory, N. C., is in Manning for a preacl
few days. 1
"Dodo" Phillips, the famous foot The '7
ball star, was in Manning last Satur- per b1
day on his way to Sunmerton to visit
his brother, Prof. J. W. Phillips. All
Capt. R. Boyd Cole, who is station- Mond0
ed at Oklahoma City, is expected to
arrive in Manning tonight ' to visit
his mother, Mrs. Ida Cole. Su <a
Dr. and Mxrs. J. A. Cole of King- the P
stree, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Jno. D. Gerald in Manning last Sun- The
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Harvin celebrat- son.
ed their golden wedding last Wednes
clay, having been married fifty years Mr.
on that day. is visi
We are glad t1+ state that Supt. E. will a
J. Browne who has been sick at his (lay.
home with grippe for the past week
is'able to be out. Mia
Married on January 26th by Judge the y
J. M. Windham, Mr. Joel James Du- Maysse
Bose and Miss Margaret Reatha nle
Goudy both of Turbeville. MessI
Mr. S. I. -arvin returned home Sat- aSt ke
urday from Spartanburg, where he served
J lt i'l
A 1 We
e Fertilizers &o~
l e or
I will con
ig the sea- eu
fe will ap- Un'.
S by dlis
to Reliable "
your order DR.A
is Stock the sa
ered at our Fi,
ts, 2aps, Sh
and more fo
today, you c
-ful bargains. ai
several days on business. While
he heard the great Billy Sunday
ig us your corn in exch'ange for
'imnes. We will allow you $1.00
members of Live Oak Camp
W. are urged to be present
'y night, February 6th.
Christian Endeavor meets every
y afterndon -at 3:30 o'clock in
W. C. T. U. will meet Monday
oon, :February 6th at 4 o'clock
home of Mrs. Dr. G. L. Dick
H. B. Ewart of Spartanburg,
ting at the home of Mrs. B. A.
Dn. Mrs. Ewart and children
company Mr. Ewart home Fri
s Iima Weinberg entertained
ung folk bridge club last Thurs
ight. Those present were:
Corinne Barfield, Tora Bag
tddie and Irma Weinberg and
s. John G. Dinkins, Taylor
,, Jim Sprott, Charlie Thomas
homas Bagnal. Miss Weinberg
her guests a salad course after
last Will and 'Testament of
sallie McKnight Clark, deceased
3en required to be probated in
i form. The case came up on
'hursday to be heard before
te Judge J. M. Windham and on
lay evening the case was' ad
(I and continued until Monday,
,try 6th. The attorneys for the
dents were: Judge Mendal L.
of Camden, Tredoll Hillard,
of Georgetown, Weinberg and
and H. C. Curtis of the local
Lee and Moise of Su'mter, Du
md Ellerbe, Wrdy and O'Bryan
eys for the petitioners.
pay $1.00 per bushel for shelled
Any one wishing The Manning
for one year can bring us two
s of corn ,and we will send the
to you for a year in exchange
'ur corn. This offer only holds
mntil the first of March. Every
should have the county paper,
ost esp~ecially this year, as this
political year. D~on't overlook
portunity of getting your coun
ecr wyithiot spending any cash.
WVOODMAN TO MEET
Oak Camp No. 181 will hold
rular monthly meeting Monday
February 6th. All members
ged to present as there is some
mnpor'tant business to b~e tran
L~ CA RRIER EXAMINATION
er'. date of .Jan. 25 1922, The
I States Civil Service Commis
rnouncps that it has been decid
change the present method of
:ation of rural carrier eligibles,
continuing the county registers
nintamin a local register for each
IDice having rural carrier dec
iecordlance with the practice
ad above, the exammnations
tRed to bhe held February 11,
arre hereby canceled. Examina
will he announced for all post
where there are vacancies in
sition of r'ural carrier, due an
ment of the dates of which will
(TIhe Cure Thlat Lasts)
c hour's in Manning:. 3 to 5
Monday, Wednesday Friday,
no of Mrs. .Janie I. ilorton.
.D. PLOWDEN, D. C., Ph. C.
Card of Thanks
sh to take this means of thank
r friends in Manning for their
ures to the petition, asking the
il Assembly for a Chiroliractid
ning Boardl in thin State. Per
r, I do not need a Chiropractic
as I have passed the State
il Board, hut am interestedl in
Thiropractic profession in the
andl anm anxious to see It on an
footing with the other profes
its It Is in other States, and ap
Le the influence of friends In
rr It an.
i . ',y). a,'f . ,ie %
se for less than one-half
me as 'I bought it. The
ref Sale. This Stock con
r $1.48---all solid leather.
an buy from us at 10c.
e picked over.
MORRIS NESS, Mgr.
9Y R. R. Jenkinson's Old Stand.
I have purchased the mercantile interest
of D. W. Alderman & Sons Co., at Manning
and Alcolu. We therefore will discontinue
business as the Dickson Grocery & Feed Co.,
and conduct business in Manning at the store
- formerly known as Alderman's under the
name of the undersigned. We are very -grate
ful to our friends that have given us a portion
of their business and will strive to continue to
merit it. Our motto shall be HONESI'Y and
JOS. S. DICKSON.
Under the new plan, a person willOc.Nreot
be eligible for appointment only atNo.Nrpot
the office which supplies'- his bomneDe.Nrpot
with mail. - I.IBro ,Treil
- Cary Smith, Oc.Nreot
Postmaster., N. .N eot
AMERICAN LEGION MEETING J .TroilSrii
The regular February meetiing of Nv-N eot
Williams-Burgess Post will be held Ic.N eot
at the Club Rooms Tuesday, Feb. '7th,L.LWES,
at 8 p. m. All members are urged toCotyTesr.
be present as important business wvill
. J. G. Dinkins, GITJOI RAIE
Commander. St eesug ~. a.~.
MAGISTRATE'S REPORtT Moeta30lclManswe
For Quarter Eniding D~ecember i~alto ftecatrhr
31st, 1921. (a.Tecrmnil ee mre
W. E. Fleming, New Zion thhitroflclMsry
Det.-Cost-..-- .......- ....._-.-..$4.50
Nov.---Cist-._---......--- _...--12.50CA D0'T N S
Dc--Fi-s---.----.........20.00 Wewn totak ur eliegI
Total - ...-- ............$37 00 anl rins orter m n ats o
RI. IL. Ridgill, Manning . ide ou nou eetbrae
Dt.--Cost --..----- - -...-$19.50 ont
Det.-Fines -- --- ------.---.... ....75.00s.B.W.Ds~am s n
Nov.---Costs ..._- ......- _.- ...._..1.00
Dec.-Nohing t repor.--Nos Ce o bble
Phil~p . ~VL., FrBarroSw, OTArbeSl
Dec.-No eport.-Nnnrt S.C
Iorethan300 ocal ason wer