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We gave you the appetizer tl
traction of price. Folks, talk
but what has exclaimed, "Thi:
This Decidedly Different Sal,
ing days even greater. Our
extend our trading radius.
we can sell our goods at suc
Sale Will C1
We MENTION A
For the Whole
The largest stock of the best
Shoes at prices that have sold
hundreds of pairs the first days
of sale. Buy your Fall Shoes
now and save from 20 to 50 per
Save your Coupons!
You have to be here
to share in the prizes
Ebe Manning Mh.es . "ng"D Dbrow i
Published Every Wednesday The office of R. A. W)
into Sunday night an(
W E DNESDAY, A UGUST 28, 1922 bed.
-- - Mr. Moses Levi is
_________________________ spending the summer
, . .. .City.
. . wek in Tennessee.
Mrs. .J. A. Weinberg has returned the ndMs s .
home from Hendersonville. ,yh we e atoWilh
Mr. 11. Steinhardt left Sunday for CrlM~le a
Miss Duncan of Maniort visited Mrs.
T. M. Mouzon last week. Ms oaWibr
Mrs. Clarenco Isoman has roturned(kSfil.
home from a visit to Beaufort.
School opens on thu eleventh ofafedyswthi
September.ol el e.a
yestr~la moringa bay bo. homae spending dya
MisGrce immr i viiti G reenille
IlallieLsesne InSumter.r na hav r1 o tuJr
Miss arth Shur o Chalestn, adrsil.J.TStks
Is vsitng issSueSprtt.Mr. and M. WLferoy
afent Sday withhi
Miss toFransdileoSmr Mrs. Morris Ness .
tMnissrc visitin Miss aisiin Welss
Miss Leila Matrgaret Dickson iswaivitngMs
visiingMis Harisin t. hares. and Mrs.i J.mT. Skes
e first four days of the Sale. N
about. good news! Hardly has tl
is the best news we have had in
a has accomplished its purpose
reasonable reason was to cut <
This is what we have accompl
h low prices---A big volume enal
All Day Long!
15c Gingham 10c, (10 yards to
customer) advertised sale price
12'%c. This is a good grade of
gingham in plaids and checks
and we have enough for all who
come. Best to come early to get
choice of patterns it's a rare bar.
Your Money Refunc
with your purchase
_Manning, S. C.
in New York, Miss Annie Thames has returned
f goods. from Baltimore, and other northern ',
iite was broken points with her fall line of hats. 12
l the safe rob- Miss Ruth Boger is visitinb her
.sister, Mi's. Austin Sauls in Winston
at home after Salem. R
in Atlantic ti
The County candidates will speak 12
at the Court House at 10 o'clock Fri
d children have (lay morning August 25th.
The County cand dates will be en
tertained with a b4 picnic dinner at
ar h rn ardniatomorrow.
Mr. Harry Rift left Tuesday night
returnedl home for Florence to attend the American
the summer in Legion convention..
and~ daughter, .Mioes Gertrude Gee who has been0
ned from Hien- visiting relatives in Spartanburg, has
Monroe, spent Judge Windlham united in marriage
son Mr I~e~lon August 17th Mr. Sam Yates and1
Miss Bessie Joye both of Turbeville,
d ochildren Mrs. Elliot Stokes has returned to
(I omorowOflher home in Lynchburg, after spendl
inb the- week-end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. H-odge of Alcolu.
,of Georgia is
is parents, Mr. Mr. Fritz Young and family return-0
edl home Sunday after spending. last '
ofishovi ee unwith .his brotheri Mr. W. Dl. t
Married by Judge J. M. Wlndhanm t
of Hemming- August 16th,' Mr. Martin James b
a Gertrude Gee Ridgeway and Miss Lee Gettles White
tt. both of Bloomville.
ow for the real feast. This is an
1ere been a customer in this stor<
some time." It is because of this r
;o far, and we'll leave nothing ur
lown profits, quicker turn over,
ished--did a months business in
tles us to sell cheaper.
i Night, Septeri
COME AND SEE TI]
For the 1len!
and for women who want to buy
them for their men 9 to 12 only
65c Work Shirts -....-....25c
(2 to customer)
We have 50 dozen. -Get your
share at this real treat.
led if not Satisfied U
s. Isn't that fair?
Weinberg's Old Stand puca
Mr. Whiteford Ridgeway R. F. D. M.B .Bry1
rilson, received a $5.00 gold piece atreivda5.0gl
orris Ness sale Friday, August 18.NssalStrdyA
Misses Irene and Helen Plowdlen, so sh ol e
ita Huggins and Tora Bagnal spent Terglrmrh
e week-end.,with Misses Annie andsevcswlberui
argaret Reaves in Alcolu.nngBpitCuc
Misses Gertrude Gee and LillieThpatrwlspa
mma Sprott entertained a number VC5
their friends Monday night in hon- Ms .L umr
of Miss Louise Gamble. FaadMs o
Mr. Robert Emmett Burnett ofMiarevstn
raper, N. C., and Miss Mvary Ver-te.
ele Johnson of Turbeville were mar
ed by Probate Jludge Windham M.Genwls
i Augst 21t. ar.lii cam in Aer
'roacc sld ithR.D. othan On ac ecouldtget to
r Mr W. . Kened of ew Zonhe breakinr thir
ca ruh h olwn rcservices tol gobte paper
n0punsa--ng----$00 apti. hrc
0 onsa-------5.0Mr. T. RI. Summes
abvFlac. Mr. Poi
Mmbo, as takiing
Mr. . Oive O'ryanbeig cll . lno Whellkn
toftwtemeigothlade rkep camoppin th
huraday fternoonIs postp ned iInhemer
Fday augt th oloatth p ricecaec s u
70ioun s al...... ...........n$a.0
Mr. All Olie deirning anerdwshgl epce
ation about marking ballpts or any- adalrenme
ilng along that line, are invited to hsls.Terml
e present Frliday afternoon,.et nMsaol
dayn mornaing thrs Pwe
Mrs.F. . Rcharson tMr.-a o T x. Jpis
Charmn f om i stManli llngat.
appeal of quality---the at
since the opening day
rioney saving opportunity.
done to make the remain
add new customers and'
four days, and that is why
All Day, and 'Till
11 O'clock Satur
36-inch Homespun - ...5c yd.
(10 yards to customer)
This 36-inch Yellow Homespun
we have had advertised at 9%/2c
sale price-it is worth more.
Don't miss it.
ienl you see these good substantial Suits
remarkably low price-you wvill agree.
re the best bargains you ever saw. We are
uadvantage of a special$29
,$5 to $8 Suits, at.....
.F. D. Alcolu, Rev. Fowler and family, who have
piece at Morris been spending the past two weeks
ugust 19th, and in the up country, returned home yes
~harm made as terday.
g and evening RE-ELECT FLAHERTY
ed at the Man- SPE EK IH
~n August 27th.
at both ser
of Port st. Joe, s / , /
art Ferroli of
drs. L. D.Net
'ho has been at ; A "
labanma, has re
linotype ma- .'
ek, we were un
ut at the regu
.ames A. Flaherty of Ph~iladel-.
phia was re-elected Stibreme Klb
f Bonneau, was at the natitonal rail of tfae Kai'
'riday morning, of Columbus at Atlkntic Cty. 1W
dry kiln at the Knights spent over three million
kins with other doilla's inst year In i~elpibg disabled
a truck load of a'ier~ 3a.
when the track -..~
ck dowvn and CHIROPRACTIC
rived by a wife,
~ed mother. He Manning offie next to Bank of'
i his community Manning and Western Union Teo.
Swried mour graph Offie, I hone 88. Hlours 8:00 to
emct y Satutr 5:30, Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
ikins was~ bro.. .~DR. A. D. PLOWDEN,
4. Price of near 801-2 City National Bank Building
Phone 517 Su.i, S. V.