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MANNING, S. C., WED]
The child's brain susceptiblie of
the highest develoitent, but it
should be developed albang the line
of its inclinat rs and for practical
purposes. If ever there was a taie
when sanity in education was
needed, now is that time. Our
schools and colleg'es are educating
the youth of this land away from
the natural tcndencies anad from the
human instincts of well developed
boys and girls.
The education of today seems to
destroy initiative, self-reliance, cour
age, and a desire for self-support.
'he educational system of today
has apparently destroyed the desire
on the part of children to be con
tributing members of society. They
seem to think that the state owes
them something because - it gives
them a free education. There are
very few boys learning to he master
mechanics. The majority are trying
to find an elevator by which they
can ride to the top story of Success.
Success was never reached by an
elevator. The mountain peak of
Success can be reached only by
climbing over the rocks and by en
during the hardships, dangers, and
If the manufacturing plants of
this country had to depend upon
With the passing into the Co-opera
tive Association of the Clark Ware
house we are brought face to face
with :t new situation and one that
must. -he renle(lied if possible.
For the lnan who chooses to sell his
tobacco on an open market to be
forced to leave town to sell it, is in
deed I bad state of affairs.
As business people. of the Town of
Manning do we mean to say "Co-op."
dollars or none?
All dollars look alike to me, and ui
less there is a (lecided change in the
outlo..k within the next few weeks,
we are going to need any kind of dol
lar we can lay our hands on. When
October 1st conies around remember
If there was ever a time that we
needed all the business we can pull
our way it is right now, and if we do
not laruvide the accommodation we
are :asleep on the job, even the
"Co-ops." oiglht to see the necessity
of this and join in an effort to pro
to prepare for positions now awa
GHEEN WOOD IHJSI
IOn and after J
we positively wi
business. This a
one. We are soi
step, but collecti
ii so bad that we
'jto go on a casi
I' F. R. DINGLE LV
We carry a comp1
Celebr ated Wolse
JOS. S. D
nning as Second-Clauw Matter.
0, per year in Advance
1ESDAY, JULY 12, 1922
American :master mechanics, the
factories of the land would have to
close. The majority of the master
mrrchancs controlling the factories
today have been trained in foreign
schools. There are very few appren
tices. We have permitted the tyran
nical labor unions of the country to
dgstroy the school of apprentices.
The idea of organizations or insti
tutions arbitrarily saying how many
apprentices they will permit to be'
trainedl Such a tyrannical sugges
tion from an organization should
not be permitted. Such a doctrne
is a damnable curse to the manufac
turing plants of this land.
Men o'f brains and money should
upend their time and money and
their energy in founding, erecting,
and directing technological schools
for the training of boys and girls in
the great mnechanical trades of life.
There should be a great technologi
cal school in every city of this land
and our boys should be encouraged
to learn trades, to master trades,
and to become masters in their
We have too many counter hop
pers, too, many clerks, too many
nonentities, and too few technically
trained mechanics coming from the
public schools of our country.
vide a placep to sell unpledged tobacco.
Every grofv'er, I take it, is entitled to
his opinion and to run his affairs as
seems to him, best, and while I hold
no brief, either for or against the
"Co-ops." or the man who chooses to
sell at auction, let's provide the ma
chinery to take care of both sides, and
not run them off unless they sell with
Were I growing tobacco the pre
sent year, I would sell it on an inde
pendent floor and at auction, if the
"Co-ops." turn out to be the thing it.
it is cracked up to be, next year I
would .join, if they wouldn't take me,
and I couldn't sell my tobacco at
home, I would bundle it up and take
to some market that would buy it,
feeling assured that during the life
time of the present tobacco growers
there will be an open market for the
sale of leaf tobacco---if not in Mann
ing-then Sumter, Olanta, Greelyville
or some other n':ry yoint.
There will prob:tbly b . a million or
more pounds of Clart ad( r tobacco
sold on the open m ket this year
that will bring perhaps at quarter mil
5 Stenographers I
iting them. For full information
ood, S. C.
uly 15th, 1922,
11 do no credit
pplies to every
ry to take this
ions have been
will either have
basis or quit
ON, S. C.
Lete Stock of the'
y's Paints and
better can be
:t us figure with
lion- dollars, and are we going to sit
down and seq this tobacco go to Olanta
or Sumter for lack of place to sqll
This stuff the speakers use about
"the poor little ragged boy" is high
ly sentimental, nevertheless we must
'admire the man who has his convic
tions and who cannot be headed in the
first big drive.
There is only a few days now until
the markets open and whatever is
done must be done quickly.
By all means let's rig up some place
to sell our open tobacco.
R. C. WELLS.
BIG MEETING IN TENT
Evangelist John E. All of Colum
bia, will hold a second series of meet
irgs near Winters Hill on public road
from Manning to Paxville, beginning
Sunday, July 9th at, 8 p. in., and
every night for three weeks. Come
and bring your Bible and let us study
tcgether. The Bible interprets - it
self,-and has a living message for us.
The fellowing are the subjects for
Sunday, July 9-"Where shall the
righteous spend eternity?"
Monday;-July 10-"The angels, who
are they ?"
Tuesday, July 11-Satan, is he a
mlth or a reality?"
Wednesday, July 12-"Where are
the dead? ' in hell, heaven, paradise,
or the grave ?"
Thursday, July 13-"Will the wick
ed burn throughout eternity?"
Friday, July 14-"The eternity of
Saturday, July 15-"Does faith in
Christ make void the Lait ?"
Sunday, July 16-"The Bible signs
of Christ's' soon coming?"
Monday, July 17-"Prophecy, God's
history of the future."
Tuesday, July 18-"If we break one
Commandment we are guilty of all."
Wednesday, July 19-"The Moral
and ceremonial law explained."
Thursday, July 20-"The Heavenly
Sanctuary where Jesus is now ad
Friday, July 21-"Baptism as the
Bible teaches ,it."
Saturday, July 22-"Can the dead
talk with the living?"
Sunday, July 23-"What day is the
Christian Sabbath ?"
Monday, July 24-"Is Sunday the
Sabbath of the 1New Testament?"
Tuesday, July 25-"The Millennium,
or a 1000 years of Sabbaths."
Wednesday, July 26-'The seal of
God and mprk of the Beast."
Thursday, July 27-"What do
Seventh-day Adventists believe?"
Friday, July 28-"Ye must be born
Saturday, July 29-"Should Chris
tians pay tjthes?"
Sunday, July 30-"Babylon is fal
"PUNK" LUTiHE'R WEDS
Newberry, July 10.-"Punk" Luther
won another game Sunday but it was
not bpseball. Residents of Newberry
college campus, saw him drive in yes
terday morning but they thought that
he might have come for the summer
school which opened this morning,
but inter developments proved that
"Punk" camrne not for the opening of
the school but for the hand of Miss
Louise laltiwanger, the .ttractive
daughter of Mrs. A. C. Haltiwanger,
formerly of Columbia and now the
popular matron of the college board
Luth:'r -mdc Miss Halliwanger mo
tored to Little Mountain and were
united in marriage by Rev. John J.
Long, pastor of the Lutheran church
of thet city.
Newberry regrets to lose Miss
Haltiwanger but is glad to give
her to this town's former star ball
tosser and both of them have New
berry's bcst wishes.
Sealed proopsals wvill be receivedl
until 12 o'clock noon, July 15th, 1922,
for constructing Cawvsway and
Bridges at Spring Grove Branch on
Publie Road neaIr Rimini in Clarendon
County, South Carolina. Plans and
specifications may be seen at the of
fice of- the Co'unty Supervisor the
Board of Commissioners of Clarendon
County reserves the right to rej'ct
any or all bids.
R. E. McFADDIN,
1FOR RENT--Flour Mill. For par
ticulars see or write F. P. Ervin,
Manning, S. C. 18-tf.
NOTICE-during the summer months
the Manning Library will be opened
twice a week. Wednesdays and1(
Saturdays from 5:30 to 6:30 p. m. tf
NO''ICE-Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook will
give special coaching (luring the
summn ier for beneficiary scholarships
for- Winthrop, Clemson, the Citadel,
South Carol inn University, or to
make up grade deficiencies. Call
for information or phone 226.
GTVT' ME your subscription for "The
State." You can always get your
Sunday "State" from mei in front
of the postofice every Sunday
morning. Charlie Cochran.
FOR RENT-One 4-room, house on
acre lot and one :3-room house
houses newly renovated, rooms
celled, open fire places, hack and
front porches. 'E. C. Alabrook,
FOUND)-One hound puppy. It came
to my homne on the night of the 5th
of July. Owner can get saime by
paying 50c for this adve. D. S.
Powvell, A lcolu, S. C., Route 2 box
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TOflhfl.O FAIRMER S!':
Will Open for the Sale of Leaf Tobacco at
Tuesday, Aug. 1st, 1922
Bring. us a load for the Opening Sale
and get the highest market price,
cash on the spot. We have the
best force to be had to look after
Make our place headquarters when in town.
- Yours to serve,
G. E. McDANIEL, Auctioneer. W. T. HARNSBERGER, Prop.
Sumter, S. C.
Remember, our Warehouse is next to- Pierson's Shop,
Hampton Avenue and Magnolia.
6,000,000th FORD BUILT MAY 18th fully ask that you weigh my claims as other unsettled problems. To bring
Aa candidate for representative. If you this about it wvill require the spirit of
Four Out of Five Ford Cars and do not know me ask othrs that (1 meekness and co-operation among the
Trucks Sold Since 1908 Still in and if they say that they believe I members of the Sente and House
Operation. am worthy of your support, and con- as wll as thc chief magistrate of the
potent to represent you in the legis- State. To this end I promise, if elect
'The six millionth Model "T" Ford liture, and that I will be faithful to ed, to be open minded at all times
Motor was produced May 18th, in the the trust reposed in me, I shall be and to do my utmost to be of the
Ford Factory at Detroit. In other very grateful indeed to you for your greatest service to the people of the
words, from the time back in 1908 suport and vote. But if they say State and County in reeni4.ing our
when the Ford Motor Company began that I am unworthy, I would not ex- people and }ringing back to them
marketing the now famous Model "T" pect your assistance in my behalf. I the satisfaction and confidence that
Motor Car until May 18th, 1922, a assure you that I shall strive hard once existed between then and our
total of six' million Ford Cars and at all times not to dissappoint you or State and County officials. Until this
Trucks have been produced. Out of bring discredit to myself or any one is accomplished we cannot hope to
this total 5,517,956 were delivered to else. have th hpyel, the l
purchasers in the United.,States aloeN a elzsmr lal hnrepc o n nte fyasps
and, according to the latest statistics, Id hti sgigt aetebs n oe oti n ldem
4,478,'248 of these Ford Cars and ban, nry n esvrnet otlyladudvddspot
Trucks are still in daily service,. rn bu tedsrdrle rm or eytuy
Th'us, it wvill be seen that out ofth tnpitotaainswels2tcI..MEDI
every five Ford Cars and Trucks sold__________________________________________
to retail purchas--rs in the United
States alone during the past fourteen im~nnnnn iiiiiiii
years, four arc still in actual daily* m U EEEEEEEI
use, wvhich is really remarkable when
the hard service of commercial cars is
taken into consideration. This seems
to forcibly confirm the popular know
ledge of the longevity of Ford cars.
evnydsrbtd truhu hThat Ford products have been quite w Ay
United States is borne out by the fact
that through the sparsely settled corn-.
munities in the West to the densely*
populated cities in the East, prac
tically the same ratio of Ford carsU
and trucks to poplalftion exists. UU
Ohio leads withnatotal of 290,769UU
Ford Cars and Treticks in daily use; U~proe
Illinois c'omes second; Pennsylvania*ouanU
third; Tlexas fourth, aind Michigan
fifth, with a total of 23l4,08l. New
York, Iowa and California rollowv inU
th ore nmd each having mor~etosovorapeiinfrth
An idea of the import ant part play-*
ed by Ford Cars and Trucks in the L 1U
(daily transportation of goods and per-ro ag
sons in the United States can be gain- U iurietne '
edl by realization of the fact that withUU
the F'ord cars now in operation, aver-UU
aging a minimum of 5,000 miles perU , ALLU
year each, they would pile up a total drn u raeL Sl n~
of Twenty-five Bill ion transportation
miles-equ~ivalent to more than a i.
lion trips arond the world.-Adv.l U
T1O TfIlE VOTIEIIS 0OF
Following my communieation in U wl otnet r~c
Tmslast week outlining some ofUprc
the policies and principles which IU
shall advocate during the countyUU
campaign as a candidate for the Ilous~e
of Representatives, I wish to say thatsin n l oosw hv
I am profoundly grateful to the manyUU
good people for' their assurance ofUU
support in my behalf.UU
ia just a plaini harid workinag U U vr~e
main, one hund1(1red per' cent A mern
adsober'. I have a como schoolU
edluc'ation in conjunction with aprac-__ _ _ _ _ _ _
tl busine'ss educitation anad resect
CHICHESTER S PILLSU__KTOF
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