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You have read abo
same. Undoubtedly, I
called a thing a bargai
The usual way in a
have no particular nar
not pushing me; I am
I have resolved to
turnover and thus do
Coumerce of the U. S
I have always made it
you in the face when v
This sale will prove
increased from 15 to 2E
usual fill purchases be
reason, we have lost sij
We have made car<
manage. A SALE YO
tbe Manning 0inte.
Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1922
Miss Alice Wilson has returned
from a visit to relatives in Sumter.
Miss Lucy Wilson~ has returned
from a visit to Columbia.
Mr. Bertram Weingberg was home
for the week-end.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Hill
on Monday night-a daughter.
The County campaign opens at
Mr. Leon Burgess of Sumter was in
town this week.
Mr. Charlton D~u~ant and Miss
Lynn and Charlt on Jr1., spent Friday
Mrs. 13. A. .Johnson and Miss Lenora
.Johnson are visiting relatives in
Mrs. Beulah Hiumbert of New York,
is in Manning visiting her parents,
.Judge andl~ Mrs. John S. Wilson.
At the ridiculously
hu~ndredl pairs of Boyde
You kniow what they
Honest D~ealing-<. n
Believe That I
s of Met
ut merchandise sales and barg
here are no two words so gre
n unless it represented an un
nnouncing a sale is to give it ;
te for this sale, but I have a ri
not moving, quitting business
make 1922 a banner year, cut
my humble part in the natio
Honesty of purpose, truth
a practice to hand the public
ie see you again.
the biggest money-saving ev
per cent; Wool has jumped 2
fore the advance and the goo
ht of cost or replacement pri
aful preparation for this sale
U CAN WELL AFFORD TO
Mrs. J. P. Creecy, Mr. Julian Creecy
and Miss Margie spent the week-end
Miss Catherine Arant is visiting
her uncle, the Rev. Gary Arant, in
Miss Mary Green of Sumter, is
visiting the home of her uncle, Mr.
II. R. Rembert.
Miss Caroline Richardson of Sum
ter, is visiting the home of her bro
ther Mr. Seamon Richardson.
Mr. Morgan Sauls of winston
Salem, N. C., is visiting his mother,
Mrs. Fannie Sauls.
Misses Alleen Rigby and Fannie
Lou Sauls are attending Summer
School at the University of va.
Miss Mary Sue Wilson is visiting
her friend, Miss Faye Spears' in
Miss Enmely Geiger leaves this
week for a two-wveek's stay with rel
atives in Sumter.
Mr. :4hd Mrs. Jake Hiarvin of Newv
York are in Manning visiting his bro
ther Mr. L,. H. Harvin.
Mrs. D. D). Salley and Mrs. George
Salley of orangeburg are spending
today in Manning.
Miss Ruth Dickosn has returned
fronm a two week's visit to relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Lee Jones
and little son of Columbia, are visit
inlg Drt. andl Mrs. (G. L. D)ickson.
low price we offer one
n Oxfords ------..$7.45
are. Buy yourself a pair'
nd~ Prompt Sece
ople Love to l
ains until your faith in them I
atly abused in merchandise ci
asual saving. If it were neces
i decoy name and then try to
.sonable reason and will mal
or bankrupt. Business has b
my profits, practice judicious
n-wide movement to stimulat<
Eul advertising and meritorioi
bhe newest styles of merchand
ant that the public has ever ha
) per cent; Cotton goods is w,
Is are here, and with a large
ces and marked our goods at I
md we believe in doing BIG '
At 9:00 O'c
Misses Pearl and Ruby Bullard re
turned Wednesday from a visit with
relatives in Bennettsville, and Red
Springs, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Iseman and MDr.
H. C. McKelvey left by auto for
Greenville, Sunday to spend several
Mrs. Baker Haynesworth, Misses
Louise, Belva, Clara and Mr. Baker
Haynesworth Jr., of Florence are
visiting Capt. and Mrs. W. C. Davis.
A big campaign dlinner will be
served at the Campaign meeting at
New Zion, on August 23rd. Every
body is cordially invited to attend.
Miss Helen Nimmer of Charleston,
has resignedl her position at the Navy
Yard and she will go in training as a
nurse in September. Miss Nimmer is
now visiting her parents here.
Miss Smith wvho has been visiting
her sister, Mrs. Seaman Richardson,
returned to her home in winnsboro,
last Sunday, Mrs. Richardson ac
companying her as far as Columbia.
Dr. James McDowell of York, hut
who was born andl raised in Manning,
has contracted severe lung trouble
and is nowv in the tubercular hospital
at oteen, N. C. It is reported that his
condlition is serious andl he is confined
to his bedl.
At a congregational meeting last
Sunday in the Presbyterian.Church a
vote was taken upon the resignation
of Mr. McCord, the pastor. TI'here
were 86 votes east for him to remain
and 11 against. We hope this means
that Mr. McCord will reconsider his
action and decidle to stay with us.
* Ileggars are getting to h~e a nuis
ance in Manning nowv. Last week,
we are toldl, two white girls came here
f rom A lcolu, worked the town, sandl
wenIt home with enough clothes to run
several families, rIhe ladies are alwvays
ready to help the needy, but it seems
ii this case they have overdone it.
We make me'ntion of this so as the
people will hesitate a little hefore
giving to the unworthy.
Monday while the tobacco sale was
gomng on at Coth rani's warehouse
JTohn Wilihans who preaches some
times, decided collection was a little
short the day before, so he proceededl
to pinch tohacco oft sonme of the piles
on the floor, htet when he had aceunmn
lated four or' five poundls he was
caught by Policeman Flowvers and
carried over to the city hotel. .John
was fined $20.00, the fine was paid.
All delinquent taxes must be paid
by September 1st, if not paid same
will go into execution to be adlvertised
and sold at date to he fixed by Council.
T. L. Bagnal,
Clerk and Treasurer.
tight When Hie Said:---"The Ameic*
Pe Humbugged." MW
ord Is His Bon
HAS TO SAYr
ice Cutting---The Quality
1as been shattered, but your idea and my idea of a sale and a bargain are just the
cles as these. We have ne ver put on a sale without a very reasonable reason, nor
sary to deceive you to get your patronage, I would rather close my doors.
justify it by some makesh ift excuse, but in most cases the same motives exist. I
ce this sale Manning's Super Merchandise Event. I ah not rich; my creditors are
een good with me, but when a merchant becomes contented, he also becolhes stag
economy, add new customers to the hundreds of other satisfied ones, speed the
buying in accordance with the suggestion recently made by the Secretary of
is merchandise are the rocks upon which my successful business has been.. built
[ise that can be bought. Nothing but merchandise of the kind that we can look
d a chance to take advantage of, for this reason: The last six weeks Silks have
orth 15 per cent more than it was two' months ago. We have almost doubled our
stock of Spring and Summer goods-we have too much merchandise, for that
)rices that should reduce stock to minimum. t
'HINGS in a BIG WAY, so I have engaged Shade Wilson to take charge and
(Signed) Morris Ness.
lock A. M.
Tobacco Prices Getting Higher at Manning
With Cothran Every Day.
TO THE TOBACCO GROWERS: Sirs:
My prices are highly satisfactory to the boys that grow the weed. You
cannot beat Cothron in South Carolina when it comes to judging the grade
and value of tobacco. Cothran's sales are increasing every day. Many come
from afar and as the Queen of Sheba said uipon writing Soloman,' "the half was
Come in the evening and spend the night if you live far away. Good ac..
commodations for man and stock. Catch first sale which is 10:30 a. m. Second
BELOW I GIVE SOME PRICES MADE IN LAST FEW DAYS:
R. T. HARRINGTONC.ATNDL
544 pounds (f $50.00..-......$272.00 26pud 3.0---$12
MRS. E. C. MOORE 46lons@$20----155
36 pounds @ $43.00----.-.......$15.48 6t ons@$50----165
38 pounds @ $33.00 --..........$12.58Toa$314
Total ....-.. .........$28.06 L .B R O
J. N. CORBETT 12pud- 490 - -58
J. A. CORBETT
190 pounds @ $33.00 -...--..--$62.70Toa- ------$51
72 pounds @ $44.00 --...--..--.$30.68C.RGIBN
186 p~ounds @ $31.00-.------$59.52 261)ud@$3.0- --8.4
360 pounds @ $38.00 ..............$16.8
R. M. EVANS
104 pounds @ $52.00----...$54.08 22pud 4.0---$88
310 pounds @ $42.00 ---......--$130.20 22pud 5.0---110
142 pounds @ $45.00-.-....--$63.90Toa- -----$198
Total --.....---..---..$249.18 *D .BDI
MRS. G. E. EVANS17pond@$300 ~ 660
160 pounds @ $42.00 _.-......$67.20 $7 ons@$00---$40
32 pounds @ at $29.00-..-_.....$9.28Toa- -----$100
$161812 pounds @ $80.00-...._.--..$7.60
W.D4EAN6 pounds @ $45.00-...--...$18.852
348 pounds@ $2$32.00..........$.7166.5
28pond $3.0-----$2.4Total ---.....-------..$3.1
COTHRA 'S WAREO USEL. D. COTRAROW ro
12 oun s @ $4900 .....-.........$ .