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Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER6, 1920
Miss Valley Appelt spent last Wed
nesday in Columbia.
Mr. Glenn of Kingstree spent yes
terday in Manning.
Mr. Louis Levi of Abbeville is
visiting his old home in Manning.
Miss Corinne Barfield is a visitor to
Sumter this week.
Mesdames Abrams and Katzoff are
spending several (lays in Charleston.
Mrs. H. D. Clark and daughter,
Miss Cecil, were visitors to Columbia
The civic league will give a play I
about the 21st of this month, all'
Messrs. Koger and Luther McIntosh
two of Kingstree's business men were
visitors here yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Abrams and Mrs. S.
Katzoff were the guests of Kingstree,
friends on Sunday.
Mrs. Joseph Sprott is a' ending the
W. C. T. U. convention in Johnston
Mrs. Ellerbe of Benenttsville is
visiting her son, Capt. H. I. Ellerbe in
Mesdames Jake Iseman and Leon si
Weinberg visited the home of Mrs. V
Marvin Thomas at Sampit last week. n
Mr. G. H. Jones, better known as t<
"Shorty" who was Harris's bookkeeper A
during the tobacco season, spent the c
week-end here with friends.
Married by Judge Windham last P
Sunday, Mr. Ralston W. Knowlton of
New Zion and Miss Dora Thigpen of
Lake City. ir
Dr. W. R. Barron of Columbia is k
spending a few days in Manning with
his brother Mr. A. I. Barron.
The awning in front of the building
formerly occupied by Young Motor
Co., should be taken down as it is
bady torn and swinging over the side
Dickson's Drug Store are receiving
the base ball scores from the World
Series. The bulletins are posted on
the windows and are being read by
The following boards have been ap
pointed by city council: Town asses
sore, J. S. Dickson, chairman; J. D.
Gerald, E. S. Ervin. Board of Equali
zation, I. I. Appelt, chairman; G. T.
Floyd, T. F. Coffey.
The musical given Friday night in
the colored school building by local
colored talent is said to be one of the
best ever staged in Manning. A good
ly number of white people attended
the play and speak in the highest
terms of the company and the man
ner in which they, conducted them
Satin and Lace
in real fancies ai
These are very Modera
and look ti
D. H ir s
The Big Store<
Dutch Hyacinths, Sir
Onion Sets I
ST he Rexall Store.
I FOR YOUI
To be healthy and strong, you mv
In your blood. When your blood lack
-and you are bound to suffer for If
nervous people, who suffer from h
pains, lack of appetite, and who fee
probably neod iron'in their blood and
- Mr. A. R. Erwin writes from Ocill
taken very little medicine of any kin(
my back, pains in the muscles of n
weak, languid, depressed, no energy,
took three bottles of Ziron, and got al
Get a bottle of Ziron Iron Tonic Tablel
benefit you. your nioney will be refunded, for
City council has decided to put on a e
ird officer. This will be a combina- t
on office, comprising health officer, o
perintendent of streets and police. A
le think this a wise move and com- n
end council for taking this action. s
Some of the visiting attorneys at- y
nding court this week were: District s
ttorney F. H. Weston and W. T. Ay- g
ek of Columbia, Hines and Lee of g
ingstree, J. J. Cantey, Summerton; t
mnnings, Moise, Merrison, Shore, E
urdy and Seabrook of Sumter. t1
The following hints are very stylish b
Picture Shows, and are now used a n
reat deal by those who believe in
!eping up with the styles: After
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STOMACH all BOW[E$
D ys"tcry, DwIumhm
KUYKINDAI (INA(11 (0.
e, Kitten's Ear
id plain styles.
tely Priced. Come In
yn the Corner.
:mummtmurnn tutu uut ;
igle and Dlouble---All
or early planting.
Manninga. G .
ist have a certain amount of iron
a Iron, nothing can take its place
,on until you get it. Pale, weak, g
eadaches, Indigestion, rheumatic
l tired, worn-out and depressed,
a, Ga.: "I am a man of 65; have
1. Two years ago I got a pain in
iy arm and leg; no appetite, very
nervous and irritable ... I
s. today. 11 the fipat bottle taken fails to
all good druggistp sell Ziron on a money
ntering, don't remove your coats un
il you get to your seat, so as to knock
(f the view from the ones behind you.
,fter sitting down, take at least five
iinutes to get comfortable in your
eat. If you have any secrets to tell
our friend, or love to make to your
weetheart, be sure to wait until you
et to the Picture Show, so you can
et your heads together and knock
he view off from those behind you.
|e sure and read out aloud, every
ing on the screen, for - may be
ome one near you that can't read.
f you get tired, lean over on one side,
ut don't '\vait very long until you
love the other way, for the ones be
ind you may go to sicep. It is very
roper to get restless about the mid
le of the picture and move about so
he rest will have to nove also.
,TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon
ly J. M. Windham, Probate Judge:
Whereas, H. J. Bomar made suit to
ae to grant him Letters of Adminis
ration of the Estate and effects of
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
nonish all and singular the Kindred
mnd Creditors of the said Pinkney
rindal deceased, that they be and ap
War before mc, in the Court of Pro
mite, to be held at Manning on the
8th day of Odtober next, after publi
-ation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
orenoon, to show cause, if any' they
iave, why the said Administration
hould not be granted.
Given under my hand this 4th (lay
' October, Anno Domini, 1920.
J. M. Windhamu,
l. Judge of Probate.
- 0o -
There will be a meeting at Rehobath
-hurch on Sunday October 10, 1920 at
I o'clock P. M. of persons interested
n purchasing the said church and
troundls in pursuance of authority
vhich was given by the Jordan Quart
r~ly Conference last winter to the
rustees to sell the same. The object
)f the meeting is to raise the neces
airy funds and to designate trustees
.o take titll to the property. We hope
he meetin will be largely attended.
.J. D). MITCII~UM,
F lRED) LESESNE,
Muskrat farming has given former
y worthless Mtaryland marshland, a
value of $30 to $40 an aere, the Unit
:ad States Department of Agriculture
finds. In addition to the hides the
careasses are sold at 25 to 30 cents a
luiece for meat. They are considered a
1(1e(cacy in some hotels.
MORE PEP FOR
THE LAZY MAN
Frequently the Only Difference Be
tween the Genius and (lie D~ullard
Lies in the C'ondition of
The brain is not normally lazy. Un
der' normal conditions it funetions
piroperily. Its work, however, is dlirect
ly affected by the condition of the
body, esplecial ly of the al imentaryl
('anal. Stop up the cnnal and the
stagnated poisons wvili pollute the en
tire body. Fill the body with po(ison
and no organ cian function pr'operly;
much less the br;dn.
Clog thie syste-m by allowving chronic
constipaltion and you are neither fit for
work nor 'ia5sociationi.
Such tr'oubles' are (com0moni with
mian kind. Iriregular habits, rash ap
peites~(, over-worked stomachs and
*'ib'gish livers always dlecrease the
efficiency oIf man's bra in.
One should always keep the system
elcanosed. SariDraS, a scientific pre
parPationi (If medicinal roots andi herb~s,
without alcohol, inv igoiates the slug
g ish li ver and kid neys, suoothles the i r
rita ted over-workedl stomach, ucea nses
the system and strikesi at (lie very root
(f the many c'ommon and1( dangerous
digestive diseaises. It will dlo what, thec
c(ilomon laxative canunot.
A tablespoonful three times a day
before meals will set the system right
Ani excellent tonie for liver, stomach
k idneuy andl blood ills.
Ak al nl (lenlersannd1 johhers.
Folks you responded i
some values that should al
you save by buying for CA
I Carry plan will be a real
I Best Granulated Sug
ar, a pound
M Monogram Coffee, a
5 lb. can Wagner's
Coffee,' a pound
King Bird Pink Alas
ka Salmon, a can
* 5 gallons of Kerosene
Keep on the lookout
N til next Wednesday. Al
N take care of themselves.
By order of the board of directors,
septeniber 28th, 1920, all stock hold
?rs of -Sumnierton Investment Co. are
iereby notified to meet November
Lst. 1920 at 2 o'clock for the purpose
)f increasing capital stock.
T. G. RAGIN,
C. W. TINDAL,
H-. C. DeLAINE, Pres.
F. DOUGHTY, Secty.
Notice is hereby given that applica
tions will be receivod by the Clerk of
city Council .of Manning on or before
3 P. M. on Monday the 11 day of Octo
>er for Superihtendent streets-whose
luties shall combine street superinten
lent, health officer, police powers and
such other duties as pertain to the
By order of Council Assembled
Detober 4I, 1920.
J1. G. Huggins,
Clerk and Treas. Town Council.
SHE WAS ALMOST PRETTY
Except for an inflamed, red splotch
on her cheek, which rcvealed how
eczema torturedl her. Zemerine
brought relief. If you suffer like
wise, try a bottle without risk-money
back if it does no good. Sold by Dick
son Drug Stor..
Let us In
In any q
S. W. BARRON
urmttitittitttttt t *UmttittttitttUfl
nicely to our specials last i
)peal to you and. your pock
SH; come in and we will sh
benefit to YOU, in dollars a
Best quality Pearl
Grits, a peck
Fancy Maine Irish Po
tatoes, a peck
Eagle Brand Milk, a
California Baby Lima
Beans, a Qt.
Pat-a-Cake Flour, a
for our weekly specials. T
ways take care of the pen
CASH AND CARRY GR(
don't cut prices we make t
Mrs. E. C. Netti
Fifteen standard units high set
history, science and penmanship.
Studenta for Winthrop and Cleim
Thorough grounding. Rapid prog
year than otherwise in two.
Commercial Course: An efficii
.ant for this department which coverf
Course, also shorthand, bookkeepinp
englith, arithmetic and spelling es
you break a Lens savi
tsure your Cottc
Liantity, at any
also store it for
Realty & In
Manning, S. C.
veek, below you will find
etbook; think how much U
ow you that the Cash and -
Armours Star, Wil
son's Certified, King- U
han's Reliable HAMS,
Fancy Porto Rica N
Yams, a peck
California Black Eye *U
Peas, a Qt.
Dime Brand Milk, a
8 lb. can Snowdrift
hese prices guaranteed un- 0
nies, and the dollars will N
.a Alabrook, Principal
ool English, French, Latin, mathematics,
Thorough preparation for any college.
on win honors. Individual instruction.
ress. Students accomplish more in one
!nt gentleman has been secured as assist
a three or six month's complete Business
, and typewriting courses. High school
3ential. Enroll today. Session begins
the pieces. You can have
"O ME T RIS T
n for you.
you in the
JOHN C. BAGNAL