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Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1922
Mrs. Katie Cole of Kingstree, spent
Monday in Manning.
Miss Leona Rhodes of Gable, is
visiting Miss Edna Boger.
Mesdames M. M. Thomas and Leon
Weinberg spent today in Camden.
Mr. M. M. Thomas of Georgetown,
spent Sunday in town with his family.
Mr. Croswell Davis spent Sunday
in Sumter, with friends.
Mr. J. G. Dinkins spent Sunday in
Lee County, with friends.
Mrs. Sue McLeod has moved into
one of the Alderman houses.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Metro
pol last Wednesday a baby girl.
Sheriff Gamble spent last Sunday
Mrs. H. J. Bomar entertained at
Bridge Thursday afternoon and
Thursday evening in honor of her
guest, Mrs. McAlphin.
will be n
of you r
Levi Store, onL
the Corner. I
received a shipment
3repe. The newest si
ie of Linens, Dotted
e a saving of 33 1-3
Peavy has her he
Mr. S. I. Harvin spent yesterday
Dr. T. E. Plowden is preparing to
remodel his home on Brooks Street.
Mr. Raymond Wells of Sumter, was
in town Monday.
Mrs. II. R. Rembert spent the week
end in Sumter, with Mr. Rembert's
Mr. R. D. Cothran returned Sun
day from a business trip to Richmond,
Mr. Charlie Rawlinson moved his
family into one of the Alderman
houses last week.
Mrs. G. M. Smith and children left
last Sunday for Whitmire where they
will make their future home.
Mr. Ingram Bradham returned
home last Friday from a trip in Nort1i
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Thames, Jr., o
Florence, spent Sunday in Manning
with their parents.
.Judge J. M. Windham and famil3
spent Sunday in Foreston with Mr
and Mrs. C. E. Chestnut.
Mrs. Morris Ness returned home
Monday night from a visit to relative
GOING ON, ar
it has been the
ie we have evei
public. Of cour
>rices that cannc
h. Our goods ai
annot resist the i
g when we tell
his Sale won't]1
d when it is ever
uch higher. Dc
ng buying, but
advantage of the
-. New goods,
Ly, so there is nc
lot finding what
1 Ladies I
of Dresses, consistini
yles and shades, whic
$2.95 to $2
Swiss, Voiles, Organdi
25c.. and 39
on the above. As usu
R IFF S
idquarters in our st<
The Wofford Glee Club gave a con
cert at the School Auditoriun Satur
Mr. Mike O'Hare left last week for
Charlotte where he will make his fu
Miss Theolo Brogdon who teaches
music in Gibson, N. C., spent the
week end at her home in Brogdon.
Messrs. Charles Browne and J. A.
King spent Sunday at Mr. King's
home in Bethune.
Mrs. B. T. McAlphinne who has been
visiting Mrs. H. J. Bomar has return
ed to her home in Spartanburg.
Miss Sue M. Sprott who teaches
school in North Carolina, spent the
week-end at home.
Mrs. H. D. Clark and Miss Cecil
spent Wednesday in Sumter, shop
Mrs. S. J. Bowman and Miss Myrtle
Bowman spent Friday in Sumter,
Mrs. Sam Richman returned Fri
. day night from a visit to friends in
Miss Mildred Brown of Converse
3 College is visiting her mother, Mrs.
e, we are
t be corn
e all new,
~n't put off
is Old Stand,
SManningt. S. C.
I of Voiles, Organdie,
h will be sold special
es, Flaxon Tissue; all
c. per Yard
al you will find these
>re and will be glac
A. C. BRADHAM
J. H. RIGBY
DR. G. L. DICKSON
H. C. McKELVEY
W. P. LEGG
C. C. CHEWNING
Miss Addie - Weinberg returned
Monday night from an extended visit
to friends in Spartanburg.
Misses Irma Weinberg and Edith
Weinberg spent last Thursday in
Kingstree, with relatives.
Mr. Herman Bradham of Rocky
Mount, N. C., is spending a few days
Miss Carlotte Rogers who teaches
school in Mayesville, spent the week
end uith Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Ellerbe.
Miss Rosa Ervin entertained the
Thursday night Bridge Club last
Judge and Mrs. John S. Wilson
have returned from Abbeville, after
spending last week there with rela
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon M. Hodge of
Georgetown, spent the week-end with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E,
Hodge of Alcolu.
Marired by Judge J. M. Windham
on March 26th, Mr. Thomas McSwain
Beard and Miss Edythe Bateman both
Miss Irma McKelvey entertained
at Bridge last Friday hight in honor
of Miss Edith Weinberg of Darling
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Davis and Mrs
C. V. Verner attended the silver wed.
(ling of Mr. and Mrs. Young in Lak<
City Tuesday evening.
Mr. A. C. Harvin returned hom
last Friday after spending a mont
in Florida with his (laughter, Mrs
Mrs. Lizzie Arrington and litti
(aughter returned to their home i
Charlotte Sunday morning, havin.
spent a few (days last wveek here wvit1
her sister Mrs. Mamie Dickson.
Mr. Chovine Sprott has been ap
pointed Inspector of Weights an
Measures by the State Agriculturs
Department, Mr. Sprott will have hi
headquarters in Columbia.
Mr. Seamon Richardson has rente
the Hlarvin house made vacant b
Mr. F. M. Shope, and will move hi
family into it the first of May. M1
Shop haingpurchased one of th
Alemnhouses andl moved into
hi". week. - -
Mr. J. E. V. Jervey, representin
one of the oldest and most reliab
commj~5ison house in New York, wvz
in town last Thursday, making al
rangements with G. Dewey Clark f<
shipping truck for the farmers<
Clarendon County for the comin
TOW N T ICK( ET
A. C. BRAD)IIAM
C. C. CHTEWNING
W. P. LEGG
HT. M. THOMAS
C. N. SPROTT
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Notice is hereby given that ti
regular election of the register
electors ot the Town of Mamning w~
he. held on the 10th (lay of April 195
for the purpose of electing a May
andl Six Alderman to serve for t
next two ensuing years and for
Commissioner of Public Works
serve for a term of Six years.
Said election will be held in t
Town Hall of the Town of Mannir
polls will open at Eight o'clock A.
and remain open continuously un
four o'clock P. M.
That S. R. Sprott, S. E. Ingram a
L,. D. Nettles have been dlesignal
as Maunagers of said election and v
condluct the same according to law
By order of Councile.
W. C. Davis, Mayor
T. L. Bagnal,
0, Taffetas, Georgette
colors, 36 and 40 inch
extraordinary values a
I to assist you with yc
Capt. Mrris C. Lumpkin former as
sistant Attorney General and State
Commander of the 'American Legion
of South Carolina spent a part of
Tuesday in Manning enroute to Sum
merton where he was the guest ofI
Julius A. Mood Post at a picnic at
Scott's Lake, given by the Post in
Our Stock is coi
Garden and Farm
Lawn Hose and
JOS. S. D
The Opening <
Finding it necessary
ing practice I have sec1
- Manning and Western
LIFormerly at the home oi
I Office hours in Ma:
vday, Wednesday and Fr
DR. A. D.
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- 5,000 Hami
*Get your garder
sPlace your orde
he Will also be in p
2 crop. Yus
C . DEWE
.At Katzonff's E
.s wide, at
t For Less" tt
We are carrying in our Classified
olumn an advertisement of Mr. H..
:i. Medlin whereby he desires to ex
:hange lumber for farm products.
rhis shows a progressive spirit on
he p art of Mr. Medlin as the farm
r who desires lumber is in a position
;o get it by passing over some of his
nplete and our
Lawn Mowers. K
in taking care of a grow
red office below Bank of
Union Telegraph Office.
ming 3:00 to 5 :30-Mon
BR, S. C.
pea baskets now.
r for bean baskets.
csition to ship'your