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THE LEVI STORE
be Manning imeZ.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1922
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1922
Harry Steinhardt is in the Sumter
Hospital having gone there for an
operation for appendicitis.
Next week is court week, and there
is a heavy criminal and civil docket
to be disposed of.
We wish to state that we charge for
publishing a town ticket the same as
for cointy officqs-ten dollars cash.
The friends of Mrs. R. D. Clark will
be sorry to learn that her condition
is very insatisfactory.
Mr. Harry Gerald, who is in the to
bacco,business in Virginia has return
ed home on account of the extreme ill
ness of his father, Mr. Jno. D. Gerald.
Messrs. Horace Thomas, Jim Sprott
and Abe Rawlinson are in Florence,
this week serving as jurors in the
United States court.
Those that owe taxes to the County
for 1920 had better pay up at once.
The sheriff will sell the property in
April for taxes.
Dewey Clark has returned home
after being away to make arrange
ments to ship beans for the farmers
of Clarendon County.
The delinquent taxes on property
for 1920 will be sold by the sheriff
salesday in April. If you haven't
paid, you had better do so at once.
The road between Manning and
Kingstree is in excellent condition
with the exception of "Bear Creek"
about two miles below here. This
creek bogs up from every rain and is
impassable. We hope the commission
will remedy this at once, as it ruins
the whole highway,
matic and I
IF OUR F
to see us
ad. in next week's.
per than any stock 'i
Supcrvi or R. E. McFaddin is sick
at his home at Gable.
Misses Janie Wilson and May
Lesesne sp-,i t Saturday in Sumter.
Mr. A. C., Marvin left yesterday
for a visit to points in Florida.
Mrs. Mildred Levi of Sumter, and
her sister, Mrs. Schlosski1 of 'Augusta,
Ga., were guests of Mis Irma Wein
berg this- week.
Mr. and Mrs. HoIrace Thomas andl
Miss Marceline who have been making
their home ia Youngsville, N.; C., are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Thomas.
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He and a jelly-fish i
basement of a whale. J
tor going up; the jells
that's a common story.
It's as hard to keep
keep a good man down
Everybody has a bac
one end, and at the oti
Some guys use one Q
other. Anybody pan t
uses by his pay check.
Heads he wins, tails
Toss up, it it's heads,
No bad after effect, any
er for the spring
~, she wants the 1
the best service.
~or; the Flor4
se the best mad<
ton or Corn Planters
ble or Single Plows,
for the Cole
ybody knows what t1
ther makes which are
sell as low as any -reli
rimes.. We will quo
n this part of South
Mr. Walter Reed of Columbia spent
Sunday at the home of Mr. Thomas
Mr. Horace D. Graham of Forgs
ton spent Monday in town on busi
Mr. J. G. Dinkins, Esq., apent a
few days last week in Columbia and
Mr. T. F. Coffey who has been at
Hickory N .C., for the past two
months has returned to Manning for a
few weeks.- Mr. J. W .Rigby is
carrying on the business at Hickory
in Mr. Coffey's absence.
ant keep a
ound themselves in the
onah ook the first eleva
-fish 'stayed there, but
a bum on the top as to
k-bone with his head at
ter---a place to sit down.
nd most---some use the
ell which - end the guy
i There's none so good
an Oil Stove
b~est, and one
We have the
mnce Au to
3, and at RE
they also want the
Ikey are. We also
of the best quality
able dealer. Come
Le unheard of prices.
Carolina. You will E
Mrs. G. T. Luce of LaGrange Ill.,
is the guest of her, son, Mr. A. L.,
Mr. Jim Phillips who teaches school
at Summerton, spent the week-end
here with relatives.
Mr. Julian Weinberg has let the
contract for a filling station opposite
the Alderman building.
Miss Rita Nimmer of Charleston,
spent several days with her parents
here last week.
The American Legion Auxiliary will
serve dlnner every day next week at
The Auxiliary Rooms .over Manning
Hardware Co. Dinner will be served
from 1 to 4.
Died last Friday at his home near
Pinewood, Mr. Arthur Briggs. Mr.
Briggs was a young may and one of
Clarendon's most progressive farm
The Columbia Chapter of Winthrop
Daughters, Mrs. Robert A. Cooper,
President, has graciously extended an
invitation to . all daughters of Win
throp in attendance upon the State
Teachers' Association in Columbia to
be present at a Winthrop tea at the
Governor's Mansion from six to eight
o'clock Friday evening, March 17. It
is hoped there will be a large number
of Winthrop daughters who will ac
cept th sicordial invitation.
Pursuant to provisions of Section
241, Criminal Code of South Caro
lina, notice is hereby given that the
lands of the Brooklyn Cooperage
Company leased from the Santee
River Cypress Lumber Company in
Clarendon County are posted, and
persons entering without authority
upon the same will be prosecuted.
Brooklyn Cooperage Company,
29-c - Georgetown, S. C.
NOTICE OIL- DIa A RGE
I will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County on the 3rd
lay of April, 1922 at 11 o'clock A.
M. for Letters of Discharge as guar
dian for Martha Jane Gamble, for
merly a minor.
A. L. Burgess,
New Zion, S. C., Feb. 28,,1922.
If you are in the market for Cash
F. C. THOMAS
representative of American Cotton
Association. Can make you a price
of $24 per ton delivered for 8-3-3,
source of ammonia, blood tankage
and so Other goods in proportion.
(Thue Cure That Lasts)
Office hours in Manning on Monday,
Wednesday and Fridlay 3 to 5:30 P.
M., at home of Mrs. Janie I. Horton.
Always glad to talk with you over
your health problems.
D)R. A. ID. P'LOWDEN
Sunmter, S. C.
The State of South Carolina,
Cou'nty of Clarendon.
Bly J1. M. Windham, Probate Judge:
Whereas, Hester Tindal made suit
to me to grant her Letters of Admin
istration of the Estate and effects of
These are, therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the Kind
red and Creditors of. the said Sanders
Tindal dleceasedl, that they be and ap
pear before me, in the Court of Pro
ba te, 'to be held at Manning on the
13tj dlay of March next, after p~ubli
Close Prices in Bag
JOS. S. DICKSON.
We have the goods
;et the benefit of our
cation hereof, at 11 o'clock in. the
forenoon, to show cause, if any they
have, why the said Administration
should not be granted.
Given under njy'hand this 17th day
of February, Anho Domini, 1922.
J. M. Windham,
pd. / Judge of Probate.
.-. NOTICE OF ELECTION
Notice is hereby given that the
regular election of the registered
electors of the.Town of Manning will
be held on the 10th day of April, 1922,
for the purpose of electing a Mayor
and Six Alderman to serve for the
next two ensuing years and for a
Commissioner of Public Works to
serve for a term of Six years.
Said election will be held in the
Town Hall of the town of Manning,
polls will open at Eight o'clock A. M.
and remain open continuously until
four o'clock P. M.
That S. R. Sprott, S. E.. Ingram and
L. D. Nettles have been designated
as Manhgers of said election and will
conduct the same according to law.
By order of Councile.
W. C. Davis, Mayor.
T. L. Bignal,
Clerk and Treasurer.
Orddr of Notice
United States District Court
Eastern District of South Carolina.
In the matter of J. R. Eadon,
On this 28th (lay of February, A.
D. 1922, on reading the foregoing
petition for :the confirmation of the
composition heretofore offered and
accepted, it is:
Ordered by the Court that a hear
ing be had thereon the l3th day of
March, A. D. 1922, before said Court
at Charleston, S. C., in said District,
The boll weevil
must turn to the
I have contracted
tity of Baskets y
on or about Apri
position to ship
get highest price:
G. D E W E
Place your Order for
We carry a comj
Parts. Try us
30x3 Fisk Cat
Jos. S. IJ
I can supply you withj
Sprouts that are free fr<
thousand for April and
get better results from n1
you will from plants that
and they were
CO.'S OLD STAND
at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, and
that notice thereof be published in.
The Manniig Times a newspaper
printed in said District, and that All
creditors and other persons interest
ed may appear at said time and place.
and show, cause if any they have why
the prayer of the said petitioner
should-not. be granted.
-And it is further Ordered by the
Court that the" Clerk shall send by
mail to all known creditors copies of'
said petition and this order addressed
to them at their places of residence
Witness the Honorable Henry A: M..
Smith, Judge of the said Court and
the seal thereof, at Charleston, S. C.,
in said District on the 28th day of
February, A. D. 1922.
Richard W. Hutson,
Pursuant to an order of J. M. Wind
ham , Judge of Probate, I will se)l to
the highest bidder for cash, on Fri
(lay, the 17th lay of March, 1922, at
11 o'clock a. m. at the residence of
the late Frank Bauneau, at St. Paul,
S. C. one mule. The said mule being
sold subject to a preferred claim of
($90.00) Dollars, due Richard Bau
St. Paul, S. C., Feb. 28, 1922.
NOTICE O \BANKRUPT SALE'
Pursuant to Order of R. J. Kirk,
Esq., Referee in Bankruptcy, I .wil.
sell at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash at the store formerly
occupied by The 5-10-25c store in
Manning, S. C., all the stock of goods
and fixtures of the Bankrupt estate
of the 5-10-25c Store at 11 a. in. on
Monday, March 13th, 1922.
G. T. FLOYD, 2
9-2t-c - Trustee..
is here, and we
'Y E A RLY !
for a large quan
vhich will arrive
1 20th. Prices
Nil also be in a
your crop, and
SC LA RK,
Bean Baskets NOW!
>lete line of Ford
and see what
~ing at $9.00O.
mure Porto Rico Potato
m disease for $1.50 per
May delivery. You will
ative-grown plants than
are Shiipped into the
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