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the Ianning dimes.
Published Every Wednesday
APPELT & SHOPE ..... Proprietors
F. M. SHOPE, . - Business Manager
J. . APPELIT Editor
MANNING. S. C.. SEPT. 18, 1918
A war picture without battle scenes.
My Own United States."
' Mrs. Stewart Hiarvin is visiting her
sister in Columbia.
Mrs. .J. H. Windham is visiting in
Mr. .J. F. Bradlham has bought the
T. A. Bradham farm near Manning.
Watch for date in this issue on "My
Own United States."
Mr. Ed Rea rdon spent Sunday in
Miss Sallie Sheppard has acceptedl
a pos;ition in Dickson's Drug Store.
Miss Laura Moffett of Greenville is
visiting Miss Mattie Venning in Man
For Sale--5-Passenge.r Buick Tfour
ing (Car. In perfect rfunning condi
tion. with one extra tire. Price $14.50.
Hlarvin Motor Co.
'i he Rhame property which was to
have been sold last Wedniesday was
i-or Sale---One perf'etly 1.pv M\ax
we.Il Road ster. P rice S850.00. .J. WV.
All o1'f the .Jewish places of business1
r' clsed her MXonday, that being
t he ir diay of A\t oneme*nt.
F-or Sale-- hIrd RoadIster' in perfect
c-ondlit ion. D r. ( rouch at Dickson's
Mr. Lucius Hlarvin left Saturday by
:atomobile for Tlennesse(', where hiis
family is visiting.
Mr. HI. D. D~ufrow t ransacted husi
ness in A ugusta the first part of the
Dr. H<' rmoan Hluggins has Maught
the home of Mr. E. C. Hlort' n on the
corner of Church street r''d Railroad
Ave., and which is occuried by Mr. .
B. C'antey. Dr. Hluggins will move
into it in about 30 danys.
Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted
J. E. ARANT, PH. G.
MANNING, 8L C.
severa1 of the
yft over from
car and they
the very best.
3 made quite
tion this sum
fall for the
k we are sell
ntend to keep
s in stock.
Mrs. Sue Harvin was called to Salt
ers last Thursday to the fueral of her
"My Own United States" is hearti
ly endorsed by the greatest man in
the world, President Wilson. Can you
Afford to miss it?
Ensign Guy Mearc of Fountain
Inn, who is now stationed at New
York spent Sunday ad( Monday witn
Mrs. T. M. Mouzon attended a meet
ing of the Women's Clubs in Colum
bia Saturday. Plans were formulated
for the -Fiherty Loan D~rive at this
Wanted--Shoe or Clothing Sales
man or Saleslady. Salary $150 pei
month. A pply
Geor~getown, S. C.
The land sale last WVedhcsdary of the
Hlarvin tract, andl cogdut'ted by the
Atlantic Coast Realty Cri., was a big
success. The 500 acres sold ave'ragedl
about $60.00 pei- eare.
If there is k anan in Clarendron who
is not 10~0 per (cenlt behind our gov
ernment, you will do0 him a favor by
getting him to see that gre'at picture,
"My Own United States."
A few firw Milk Cows with~ right
young c'alves~ for- sal'e quick. If you
wvant 8. mie' cow, comeC a nj i oo'k thema
I". C. TH'IOMAS.
You ar'e r'equestedl by President
Wilson to see' "My Own United
States5" from a patriotic standpoint,
as it will help you to be a better'
You can buy them at
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery
Buy War Savings-a msn
going to ca
want to cal:
This is one
if you wai
We also have man
Farm Machines an
come in and see us.
explain the uses of
chines. showing the
H. M. THOM
SWIFT'S PRF M1 M
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocerv I
Buy War Savings StarpI
Every cause for which your govr -
ment stands will be (lemonstra .tat
the Pastime Theatre soon, ,\ that
mighty, gripping drams> '"\l Owvn
Unitedl States." You aire urgently re
<luestedl to see this great picture by
your governnPktit. Can you afford t'o
miss it.? ece dates in this week's
O)ne 41-room house, front and back
porch, acre lot, Church street, near
Write today for information.
E. C. ALSBROOK, '
We call specia lattention to th:.'
half page ad of the P'lowdcen Hlard
ware Co. in this issue. They nowv hav
one of the' most up-to-dlate hard
ware stores in the state, and wvill .p
preciate a visit from you.
Mr. R. D). C othran~O left h st F'ridlay
for Brookn,.., Va. Mr. Cothran i
;martner with H~ollowvay & Bowen of
Lake~ City, in the warehouse business 'I
in Virginia, :~ndl will b. up) there until
abou~it March lst. Ie miade the tip1
The Governmnen t is requesting every I
heat re, in the United States to playt
that mnighty dIrama, "'My Own United
States'", from a patriotic Mandpoint,
and the Pastime Theatre is going to
do this. A nd then you are reqjuested(
to see it. Are you going to dc. your
pait ? See it.
Rv. and Mrs. W. C. Allen arrived
here Friday night. Rev'. Allen is the i
newv pastor at. the Baptist church. On r
Sunday night we(lcome' services wer"
held at the church by the dlifferent u
congregations of the cit y. We join
with the~ rest of the c itiztens in wel
coiming .Mr. andl Mr's. Al Ilen to our
Manning, Sept. 17th, 1918. 0
TPo the Edcitor of Manning Times:
Some time ago I not iced in your
paper an article' speaking of the needl -
of a Steami Liaundriy nere. It is an
urgent one own'.ing to the. conditions
brought aboumit b~y the War. Some peo.
ple say that it is on account of the
'.ctton picking, but that is a mistake,
because it existed before the wvar came~
on us. T1here are twou classes of la
hor that wec are dependent on here,
(co(,ks and washer wvomcen. Thiere are
qmuite a large number of families here
who cannot get. either. The Chinese
Laundry here can take care of the
collars and cuffs very satisfactorily.
What we need here is a laundry to do
family washing. Then there will be
enough local labor to help those who
are' really dependent on help in the
,use you to
l your spec
.on to our
of the best
it to farm
y other improved
d we want you to
We will be glad to
the different ma
great saving and
It has been said not to have be
,ery profitable in some places
ears past. Labor conditions in i
pinion will never be the same agz
fter the war is over, and I feel st
bat a laundry here from now on u
H. L. WILSON;
IF IT'S TAILORING
S. W. WINGATE
The Artistic Tailor
Anything a Tailor Can Do,
At J. M. Chandler's Clothing Stori
16 S. Main St.
SUJMTER, S. C.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
The qualified electors residling
Tanning School District No. 9 u
ereby take notice that an electi
.ill be held at The Bank of Mannir
ri saidI District, on Saturday, St
ember 26th, 1918, for the purpose
otimg upon the question of wheti
aidl District shall levy and collh
n additional two (2) mills tax I
chool purposes in said dlistrict.
By order of
F. C. THOMAS,.
E. C. HIORTON,
S. OLIVER O'BRYAN,
R. C. WELLS,
'rustees Manning School District ?
,Manning, S. C. i
September 14, 1918.
For Srale-Automobile d'x in p'
eet condition, run less than thi
housand miles. Fifty-six Dalla
;orth of extras on it. Price $1300J
F. R. SINEATH,
No. 16 S. Main E
I regret to announce that Mr. Tf.
V~od, Field Agent for the G;over
ient D~epartmient of Labor, has be
r~nmpelled to pestpone his being wi
until Friday evening, the 20th im~
t 8:30( P.* M.
Pleuas bear in mindl. that all of t
-it P ofth lifferent School D
rit fteCounty are urgently
uestedl to be present. and to bri:
thers from their neighborhoodl.
W. C. DAVIS,
Chairman Labor Bloal
To Get the
News and Courier
The Columbia State
at $6.00 per year
for the Daily
See .ae at once.
B. B. B3REEDIN,
Agency for ti
These are tv
market. We I
stock on ha
sizes. If yoi
tire that will
a Racine or 0
en FORD HOSPITAL FOR
in WOUNDED SOLDIERS
Inl Detroit, Sept. 16.-The Henry
re Ford Hospital here, one of the largest
'ill institutions of its kind in the coaintry,
was formally taken over by the Unit
ed States Government today. It is to
be used, it was anonunced, for.-tho
care of wounded soldiers, and will be
ready for occu anc y January next.
CALL FOR STENOGRAPHERS
Washington, Sept 6.-Another call
B. R. BREEDIN'S Pit
8 ACTS OF AMAZIP
61MY OWN U
The greatest An
d. written. Some o
..- staged on the 0o
the ship of Re
Every player te
great Patriotic I
If you can't come
A PICTURE WORTH
To of the
lave a big
nd in all
1 want a
for skilled stenographers, typist; and
clerks was sent out today by. the
United States E nploynent Service.
One thousand stenograpers and 200
women with college training and two
years' business experience are want
Anderson, Sept. 16.-Council having
granted permission, thc Southerrr
Public Utilities Company, operating
the street railway here, increased' car
fares fron five to seven cents, effec
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