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Pubbished Eiery Wednesday
WED)NESDA Y, SEPTEMBER 13,
Mr. Glenn Hlarvin left Tluesday to
take up his studies at the Citadel
Miss Liynn D~uRant left Tuesday
nmormang for ('hicora College.
Miss Aline IDullose, who hals been
qjuite sick with fes er, is (out again.
Mr. George [Danijels spent, last week
in Charleston, with his sister.
Mr. F. P. lBurgess is spending to
day in Columbia.
Miss H~eleni Katzoff has returnedl
-from Wihnington, N. ( ., whlere she
s(pent the sumtmer.
Iorton Rigby, Jr., left this morning
:for the Ca~mden hospi tal, where he
will have his tounsils remlovedl.
Mrs. TIhomias Nimmer is in Char
leston, visiting her daughters, Misses
Margaret anJd i Iee Niminmer.
Miss Fafnnh. Pritchaerd of Charl1,..
:y has Magnetic
is smashing all previoi
d from the start, but r
that we had the pleas
ENDS with this
Cabinet will be aN
. The same ticl<
tember 15th, at 3
hree vital points that :
le has been such a hi
spect and esteem in w
ver think of making a
d this particular Sale
For instance, Style-F
from the best mills ii
ng Manning and surr<
vent Sales, but this has
g affiliated with. Not
ig to launch greater,
You will find that i
Remember there ar
RLS, here's your cha
ton,. is in Manning for a few days on
Mr. Charlie Sprott loft last week
for Lynchburg, where he will teach,
Mrs. J. W. Wideman who has been
il t erihr home is reported slightly
Mr. Wallace Reodl was a visitor to
t thel hvme of Mr. Thomas Nimmer
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Thames, Jr.,
Florence, spent a few days last week
wit Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Thames.
Miss Bleulah Jfohnson of Wilson,
left this week for Cope, S. C., where
she will teach the comimg year.
Mrs. Kimii Johnson has returned
from a visit to relatives in Greenville,
and Fountain Inn.
Miss Lillian Browne returned Sat
urday night from a visit to relatives
(at Prospe'ri ty and( Newberry.
Married Sunday by Ju(''e Windham,
Mr. Tlheodore A. Chandlir and Miss
Ruth Lawton hothi of Turbeville.
Miss Sue *M. Sprott entertainedl a
few of her friends last Tfhursday night
at her home.
Miss .Jeanette P'lowden left this
mornig to take charge of her school
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moffett left
thi mornirig for their home in Green
e and Unequal
is records for Price-Sl.
ever did we think fifty
ure of selling.
week! Sale will
yarded to the per
:ets are good for
must be considered, a
ige success so far, and
hich this store is held
my exaggerations or r
very notable because
lus Clothes for Men a
i America. Our e,
>unding public has alv
been the biggest recol
ing has been overlool
farther reaching bar
t will pay you exceedi:
e Only Four Day,
mnce! Get your paren
ant on that day we w
,Miss Alice Wilson was operated on
in the Toumney H~ospital, Sumter, last
Miss Esterlona Reardon, w/ho has
been visiting at Sardinia, for the past
several weeks, has returned horpie.
Miss Irma Weinberg has returned
home after spending last week in
Died at her home in Chesterfield,
Monday, Mrs. Spencer, mother
of Mrs. C. R. Breedlin of Manning.
.Mrs. E. B. Gamble who has been
visiting relatives in Turbeville, re
turned -to her home Mondac.
Miss Catherine Greshemn of
Creshem, S. C., visited her aunt, Mrs.
Allen IHarvin a few days last week.
Mr. Allen Hlarvin Will leave F'riday
night for Louisville, Ky., where he
will attend the Baptist Seminary.
Mrs. Allen Easley hais returned
home after spending several weeks
In the mouintaltis of North Carolina
Civic League wvill meet Monday the
18th at four o'clock. Please be there
as important business is .to be dis
Mrs. Jake Isemnan left Monday nlighti
for Richmond, Va., where she will un.
dergo a seiu operation. She was
accompanied by her husband.
Miss Carolyn Plen entet'tainedl
at her home Thursday afterhoon in
hoor of Mis Mary bisk'doan abride
fshing---The success c
r per cent of the mer
son holding luck
the drawing for i
nd these three object:
I that is Style, Qualitl
by the public. The:
of the high quality of
nd Young Men, Fries
:perience in former,
gays been keen to se
-d-breaking sale prop
ced to make every de
gains than we have t
ngly well to take a d
i More to Get the
ts to come to MOR
ill give a SCHOOTI
Mr8. D. Hirschmanan and daughter,
d~iss Pearle, returned home Saturday
ite spending the summer in New
Have your pianos tuned by C. H.
lurtis. Reduced prices with the us
ial guarante Lave orders at
.Miss Cornelia Tennant of Lounder
rille, and Miss Inez Nelson of Foun
adhaInn, are visiting Miss Pammie
Judge J. M. Windham performed
he marriage ceremony of Mr. Theo
lore E. Kelly of Gable, and Miss Eula
sabel Hlolladay of Turbeville, at his
~ome on last Sunday.
Died at the home of his daughter,
Wyrs. J. McD. Mc1adldinl on last Sun
lay Mr. Riser, aged 84 years.
[hody Was tra.ken to Greenville
11. IR. Dra'keford, white, who was
erying a six month's sentence on the
~hain gang for selling whiskey, was
~akcen to the penitentiary this morn
n. Also Henry Blelser, colored, a
The Times regrets its error in stat
ng in last week's~ issue that Mr. and
W4rs. .J. A. Weinberg would leave on
ast Saturday for Washington, D. C.,
,o make that city their future home.
W1rs. Weinberg and the children loft
iesterday for Washington and Mr.
Weinberg accompanied them. He will
eturn in about ten dlays and will con
inue his local business and law p rac
sece, spending most of his time here.
e regret that tihe communityr will
nose th is family as all-year resident..
f MORRIS NESS' Ecc
chandise would be s<
y number at 3 c
the $5.00 in Gol
have been one of the
and Price, together,
ref ore, we would nc
regarding our square
the merchandise of
iman, Shelby Shoes I
years has shown tha
nse the opportunity of
osition we have ever h
iy greater than the pi
he past three weeks,
lay off to come here
Rattling Big Barr
RIS NESS' SALE.
Ma nn i
MRS. HODGE ENTERTAINS
Mrs. W. M. Ho~e entertained at~
he home at Paxvil le, Tuesday even
ing in honor of her sister, Miss Dora
Gamble -of georgetown, which was
fronm Surmter and PaxvIl lrend
Mrs. Carlisle Bradhom entertained
in honor of Miss Corne la Tennanat o
Loundorville, one of Manning charm
ing visitors last week. Those present
wvere Misses Carolyn and Jeanetto
Plowden, Rose and Mildredl Ervin,
Georgia Sauls, Rita Huggins, Pamela
Bradham an the honor guest, Cor
CARD OF THANKS
To The Voters of Clarehdon County:
I want to thank you, everyone, for
the support given me in the last pri
mary. I ,appreciate the kind words
of expression and the honior given me,.
I ypoe onav m duty to the, best
CARD OF THANKS
To the Voters of Clarendon:
I herewith tendIer to the people of
Clarendon my thanks and apprecia
tion for the handsome vote given me
ecte you undito rfor four yers
and shall strive as I have always
(lone to giv youabthe best service of
Yours very truly
Manning, S. C.,et.1,u92
s is Known
>ld the first
d on Fri
t dare, nor
which it is
or all, and
t the great
,fei ed in our
ad the pleas
and this is
). 's Old Stand
n g, S. C.
W. C. T. U. MES
The W. C. T. U. met Monday after- 0
noon, September at 4 at the home of
Mrs. Clarence Sprott with a good at
tendance. EIlecti on of officers for an
other year resulted as follows:. Pre
ndent, Mrs; Joseph Sprott; Vice-Presi
dent, Mrs. W. G. King; Correspond
ing Secretary, Mrs. George Dickson;
Recording Secretary, Mrs. .Frank
Geiger; Treasurer, Mrs. Joe Davis.
The following Committees was ap
ointed: Citizenship Sturly, Mrs.
eriot; Evangelistic, Mrs. C. N.
Sprott; Sabbath Observance, Mrs.
Bigbie; Scientific Temperance'Instruc
tion, Mrs. Helms. The State Conven
tion meets in Newberry in October.
Manning office next to Bank of
Manning and Western Union Tele
graph Office, Phone 88. Hours 3:00 to.
5:80, Monday, Wednesday Friday.
DR. A. D. PLOWDNBN
601-2 City National Bank Bilding
Phone 517 Sumter, S. C,
Mrs. E. C. Nettles Alsbrook, PrincIpalk
Manning, South Carolina
F'ifteen standard units high school
English, French, Latin, mathematics,
history, seience and penmanship.
Thorough preparation for any college. *
Students ~or Winthrop and Clemson
win honors. Individual instruction,
rhorough grounding. Rapid progress.
Students accomplish more in one year
otherwise in two. Tuition, 36 weeks,
45. Terms1 September 11, 1922 to'
May 31, 1923. Christmas holiday,
Dlecember 22 to Jan. 6. Daily session,
[ a. m. to 12:30 n. m.