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Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1922
Every Democrat should vb - next
Mr. Moses Levi is home on account
of the sickness of his father.
Mrs. Clifford Lloyd Spent last week
Miss Aline Duflose spent last Sun
(lay in Sumter.
Mr. Joe Davis spent yesterday in
Mr. C. N. Sprott was a business
visitor to Charleston yesterday.
Mr. Louis Levi spent last Sunday
flack Oak Island is invaded this
week by a bunch of Manning hunters.
Next Monday is salesday and there
are a great many tracts to be sol(.
Mr. and Mrs. I). Silverman spent
Sunday in Manning.
Miss Rounette Iirschmann of New
York, is in Manning visiting her
Married last Sunday in Summertoni,
Mr. John E. James and Miss Myrtle
Allen both of that town.
Mrs. Nina McFaddin underwent a
serious operation in Columbia, last
week. We learn she is doing nicely.
Mrs. Netta Bayerdolfer of Philadel
phia, is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. David Levi in Manning.
Democrats go to the polls next
Tuesday, your vote may mean a great
Mrs. Sarah Harvin has returned
home after spending last week with
relatives in Pinewood.
Mrs. Bessie Fletcher of Winston
Salem visited the home of Mr. J. W.
Rigby last week.
The baby of Mr. and 'Mrs. T. M.
Kennedy is ill with pneumonia in a
hospital in Columbia.
A lallow'een party was enjoyel
Tuesday night by a number of the
young set at the Library.
Miss Rounette H irschmann who has
been residing in New York, is home
with her parents.
Married Tuesday night by Judge J.
M. Windham, Mr. Charlie Bodenhamer
and Miss Mae Flowers both of Mann
The boy scouts entertained at a
Iallow'een Party last night at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nim
Mr. Sam Barron, who has been
quite ill for the past week, was tak:n
to Columbia last Sunday for treat
ment. Mr. Barron will also undergo
The Masons of Manning gave their
annual banquet Monday evening. Tfhe
principal speaker was Mr. 0. Frank
Hart of C'olumbia. There were about
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Newton and
children left this morning for their.
home in Atlanta, after visiting Mrs.
Newvton's mother, Mr's. S. J1. Bowman
Sheriff Gamble has lost his badge,
which is of no good to any one else,
and he will appreciate the finder
notifying him. This badige is of 14
karat gold and has the words 'Sheritf
of Clar'endon County,"' inscr'ibed on it.
Super'visor McFaddin has about
completed the .Jordan road, and it is
a good piece of' work. In fuet, the
best road we have ever had to Jor
The Ladies' Aid Societ~y of the He
brew Congregation of' Manning will
sell fancy work, salads aind candy
Friday, November 3r'd from 10 a. mn.
until 6 p. m. in Jlen kinason's old1 stand.
The regular monthly meeting of the
WV. C. TI. U1. will be held ["riday after
nloonl instead of Mondlay, at the home
of Mrs. Joseph Spirott. A full atten
(lance is earnestly requested.
x' Died at his home in PaxvilIle,
yesterday, Mr'. Lar'rey S. Bar'wick.
Tfhe funeral services were held this
mnorning at t('n o'clock. Tfhe deceas
ed had been in ill healIthI for' lulite a
long time. Mr. lBarwick( was a can
didate for sheriff in the last. primary.
Beginning today Th le Manning
Times will not char'ge on its books
any Citation not ice, Crieditors niotice~
or' DisMcharige not ice to~ any one. The
following is the prices: Citation
-$6.00; Creditors $2.50 and Discha rge
$2.50. These notices will lie strictly
('ash, and any such not ice coaming to
our oflice, not acconmpanied by the
money, will nxot appear' in Tlhe Times.
Manning, November 8th.
Sutmmerton. November 9th.
WELL AND STRONG
HIN, "pale, impoverished blood
makes children frail, backward
Gude's Pepto-Mangan creates a
bountiful supply of pure, red blood,
restores bodily strength, brings back
color to the cheeks and builds firm,
For over 30 years Gude's Pepto
Mangan has been recommended by
leading physicians as a tonic and blood
enricher. Your druggist has it
liquid or tablets, as you prefer.
Tonic and Blood Enricher
There will be a get-together meet
ing of Winthrop Daughters at the
school auditorium Monday, November
6th, at 8:30 p. m. We urgently re
luest that each alumna and former
student be present. Misa Leila Rus
sell of Winthrop College will be here.
Miss Rose Ervin,
* Miss Carolyn Plowden,
Mrs. R. R. Jenkinson,
We call City Council's attentiont to
wagons from the country coming to
Manning with beef in unscreened
wagons ,and selling to the people
meat that is covered with flies. Now,
we are glad to have our country
friends bring their meat to town, for
they sell good beef and a great deal
cheaper than the markets, but by all
means the wagons should be screened
to keep the flies out.
)EM OCRATS VOTE IN THE
It is the duty of every man and wo
man that is qualified, to vote in the
General Election, on nevt Tuesday,
We have been in the habit of pay
ing very little attention to the gen
eral elections, because we who believe
in the Democratic party and who have
always given our entire attention to
the Primary, give very little thought
to general elections and while we have
had no trouble in this State made a
mistake. And now that we have a
white man running in the First Con
gressional District in the General
Election on the Republican ticket,
realize that we should vote. It is true
that this white man is a Connecticut
1'' pu.blican and not a white South
Carolinian, yet we may yet regret
that we take such little interest in
the General Elections.
Lets wake up to our duty and let
nothing keep us from voting next
Tuesday. We owe it to the Democra
t.ic party and to our families and also
to the future generation to make some
sacrifice and leave our work long
enough on next Tuesday to go and
east our vote for Democracy, the
Party that stands for majority rule
and for the great masses and who
we believe will soon control the gov
ernment of the United States again.
We hope that all qualified electors
will vote on next Tuesday.
Central District of South Carolina
Federation Woman's Clubs will meet
with Manning Civic League on No
vember 7th at. 10:30 in school audi
torium. The district includes the
counties of Richland, Lexington, Sum
ter, Orangeburg, Lee, Calhoun, and
Each federated club in the district
is to send two (elegates and of course
the State officeers are coming too. We
are expecting ab~out 125 (delegates in
cluding some of the leading women of
the State. We wvould be glad to have
members of any non-federated club in
the county to come too.
A Club, in order to be federated,
has to stand for something worth
while, as music c'lub, book club, city
beantiful !club, <remonstration schib,
alumnae club, health club~s, etc. Tlo
such as these, we want to showv the
best we have in our little town: clean
streets, clean stores and alleys, very
attractive windlow fronts of stores,
the usual lovely court house and
school grounds, nice clean wvaiting
room at deplot. In fact we must put
on our Sunday 'airs andl clothes,' and
just smile on that day for good luck's
sake and for '0o(d times' sake also.
We want (every niember of the Civic
L~eague, in fact every lady in town to
feel they are her guests andl come out
to the school auditorium and know
these ladies. Remember the time and
the place. November 7th at 10:30,
'ichool auditorium. "Where the're is
to vision, the people perish."
Mrs. S. Oliver O'Bryan,
Pres. Civic League.
HOM E D)EMONSTRATIlON NOTES
The ladies of H-arvin met at the
home of Mrs. Genie Nettles on the
afternoon of October~ 18th for the
pur'pose of organizing a Community
Poultry Association. The following
officers were elected:
President, Mrs. Allan Davis; Vice
President, Mrs. M. V. Plowden; Sec.
retar'y, Mrs. R. D). Hlolladay; Tlreasur
(r, Miss Estelle P'almner.
T1he persons biecoming members of
an associa tion 'igree to raise a stan
danrd breed of poultry which is select
ed by the essociation. The members
of, this association have decided to
raise purie bre'd Rhode Islandl Reds.
W(e hope before long to have mor of
these associations formed in the
Tlhe fol lowing bulletins on poultry
A close shavei
comfotse mad beatL
Manning, November 8th.
Suinmerton, November 9th.
work have lately been sent to us and
those wishing them mays get them
from the office or they will be sent' to
you on request:
"Culling for Eggs a l Market."
"Feeding Hens for E g Production.'
"Selection and Care of, Poultry
Some of the girls who were officers
in their clubs last year have gone oft
to school this term. The following
officers have been elected to fill these
New Zion Girls Club:
President, Sadie Buddin; Secretary,
Sardinia Girl's Club:
President Nell McFaddon; Vice
President, Azalee DuBose; Secretary,
Davis Station Girl's Club:
President, Aline Childers; Vice Pre
sident, Dorothy Clark; Secretary,
We have a number of new club
members and the work in the clubs
is progressing nicely.
Eleanor D. Carson,
Home Demonstration Agent.
The public is invited to Baywood
school house Friday night, November
3rd. We will sell ambrosia and cake
and other refreshments, have guess
ing contests and other amusements.
Proceeds for the benefit of the school.
Mr. T. F. Withorspoon of this sec
tion is moving his family to Rocking
ham, N. C. We wish hiim much suc
cess in his new home.
The next examination for securing
teachers' certificates will be held at
the Court House on Friday, November
3rd and on Saturday, November 4th,
beginning each day at 9 o'clock. There
will be three departments, namely,
Primary, Elementary and High School.
Candidates select the class of exam
ination they desire to take. Remem
ber November 3rd and 4th--two full
days of it for every applicant.
E. J. Birwne,
43-2t. County Supt. Education.
All persons having claims against
the estate of Hilliard R. Jennings,
deceased, will present them duly at
tested and all persons owing the said
estate will make payment to the un
J. Taylor Stukes,
Manning, S. C., Oct. 25, 1922 43-3tc
A Message of
All Wool Blue Serges, ani
steds, andl our regular priIce
A LL WOOL COA T SV
We have these Sweaters ii
colors. Just the Swveater you
ing the cold (lays to come. Ou
$7.50 TO $10.
These suits were bought
School Boys and are guarante
tire satisfaction. The price
Pants .guits are
Wilson Bros., Closed Crol
and ecru. Our regular price
They are knowni everyw
have them in the latest style
Black. Prices range from
$7.00 TO $8.5
These suits are beaurtiful P:
Wool Mixtures, in Men's and
Models. Our price is only
Heavy Cotton Coat
.Just the Sweater you will
Outdoor Work, and our regu
$1.50, $2.00 and;|
We hiave a wonderful line<
in Serges, MIi xed Effects,
Corduroys. Mixed Effects, at
Moleskin, at . ...... ...
Serges at-....- ....- _.........
As "mademoiselle" trips gaily down
the avenue, who could be so preoc
cupied as not to look a secon time?
For she wears one df our new coat
frocks. They are the 'latest word
Our coat frocks carry distinction
in every line. The style and quality
We have some straight line effects,
low waist models and s m a r t l y
draped styles. All colors are here.
Each coat frock is handsomely lined
and the values are very unusual.
Men's Work Pants
Through a fortunate purchase of'a
special lot of Men's Work Pants,
we are offering an exceptional bar
gain to our customers.
These are full-sized work pants with
double reinforced seams.
Remember, our stock is limited, so
it will pay you to be early.
MOR RIS NESS,
Weinberg old Stand. -- Manning, S. C.
Facts that Every Buyer of
and Boy's Clothing
ad Carefully. It will pay you to visit our store before buying.
S UNION SUITS OEAL
I fancy Wor- This garment is full cut, and nicely Maeoth bstevywitdnm
5 only ade. Our regular price on this Union Orrglrpie r
all different GEO. D. WITT SHOESWOKSIT
riceis only hAe known for comfort and style. We75 an $10
0 haveany number of styles to selet from.
Our prices range from
SUITS $4.00 to $6.00ME'OVRAT
2"pecially fo MEN'S SUITS br fobrbatfllatrsi osr
of these 2- Suits in~ Pencil.Stripes Metcalf Worsteds, DubeBasd mol. Or rglr
Diamond Weaves, and Blue Serges, and our presaeol
regular price is only$1.0$200ad 250
ch, in white BOYS' SWEATERS Cla tce. hs hrsaei
is only Coat Style, and Pull-Overs. ate oludyncladtepiei
These are the Sweaters the boys are wild ol
Sabout. Prices range from$10
here, and we $1.50, $3.00 to $5.00HevFlceSit
s, in Tan andl BOYS' BLOUSE WAISTSanDres
In Percale, White, Khaki, and Blue, Tebs ultjs h ~~ewa o
SChambray. Our regular price is only rglrpiei ny amn
aidls, Silk andl 50c to 75c7c
Young Me"'s MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS HT
In Percale, Madras, Stripes, Russian W r hwn h aetsye n
Cordls and Solidl Colors. These shirts are sae nMnsHt.Orpie ag
Swaesin collar attached and neck bands. Our fo
Sneenyor prices range from $.0 30 n 50
lar prices are $E0 to $3.00$65
p2,50 BOYS' UNION SUITS,
SRibbed and Heavy Fleece at OrSoewl eCoe
f Boys' Pants 75c to $1.00
0"0 to$2.0 SELZ SHOESfrm1A.Mto1A.M
.........$2.00 The most widely advertised shoe on the D ri h e ia
1.00 and $1.50 market. Only two pr'icesA
$1.0ad$20 e a5.0anndz 600crvcs $1.5
$13.50 $20.0 and$25.1