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The Levi Sto
Ecbe mnning tImes.
Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1922
Miss Fannie James Davis is visiting
relatives in Florence.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Baird
of Turbeville, Sunday a baby boy.
Read the tax delinquent sale in this
issue, it might interest you.
Mr. H. D. Plowden of Kingstree,
visited friends in Manning this week,
Mrs. George Williams who was
quite sick last week is much better.
Mr. W. F. 'Tolley, Editor of the
County Record, Kingstree, spent Sun
day afternoon in Manning.
Mrs. Rembert of Sumter, is visiting
her son, Mr. H. R. Rembert in Mann
Several from Manning attended the
music recital at Summerton Sunday
Mesdames T. L. Bagnal and Jas. T.
Dickson are in Florence today attend
ing the wedding of Mr. Ben Fultor
andl Miss Nona Dudley. Mr. Fultor
is a brother of the above ladies and
is a native of this county.
And we have dec
Have been r
gest and bes
- All Sizes
line of WHITE
r than others. W
e slippers to matc
cf Muslins, Gingi
isplay. If you coi
)u can't help but
our Sale is still o
Mr. Furman White of Columbia is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
M. White near Manning.
Miss Rounette l-lirschmann of New
York, is in Manning visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Hirschmann.
Mrs. J. H. Orvin spent last week in
Georgetown, as the guest of Mrs. Ed
ward E. Orvin.
Mr. A. J. Rigby has moved to
Kingstree, where he has been made
manager of the Gulf Refining Co.
The membership application blanks
for the U. D. C. have arrived and
same can be had by applying to Mrs.
The friends of Mr. .1. D. Gerald
will be glad to know that he is much
improved, and is able to come out on
the street again.
Mr. Herman Bradham after spend
ing several days in Manning last
week, has returned to his home in
Rocky Mount, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stokes and
children who have just returned from
Korea will be guests of Mr. and Mrs.
.Jos. E. Davis this coming week-end.
The fire department was called out
yesterday to extinguish a blaze on the
roof of a tenant house in front of the
Manning Grocery Co. The fire did no
fore Days to E
ided to continue our '
not get a New Easter
eplenished, and we h
t selection anywhere.
au. Just received, a
2.50 and $14.
CLLS IT FOR LE
Next to Candy Kitchen
hy not let us fit
h for Easter? W
lams, Silks, Sati
ne in and take a
buy. We buy r
n, and you get t
Miss Addie Weinberg spent Tues
(lay in Wedgefield.
Miss Pauline Wilson is on an ex
tended visit in Williamsburg County.
Miss Grace Nimmer spent Sunday
Mrs. Morris Ness spent Sunday in
Bishopville, with her parents.
Mr. S. W. Barron spent yesterday
Miss Pearl I ehmann and Helen
Katzoff spent the week-end in Sun)
Messrs. Bill Prince, Willie Geiger
and Thomas Bagnal attended the ball
game in Columbia, last week.
Miss Sue Sprott spent the week-end
in Hamlet, N. C., with her cousin,
Miss Sue M Sprott who teaches school
Miss Edith Weinberg returned last
week to her home in Darlington, ac
companied by her cousin, Miss Irma
The Manning High School ball team
went to Bishopville yesterday, and
was beaten by the Bishopville boys
13 to 6.
Miss Tora Bagnal will leave Fri
day for Clinton where she will attend
the Junior-Senior reception at the
Cut Price" policy,
ave the big
A call will
full line of
be beat anywh
you up in that p
e can please the
ns, Checks of all
i look and learn
ight, therefore c
he benefit of Sal
Miss Ruth Moore, our County
Health Nurse, is taking a much need
ed rest. Miss Moore will return very
soon to take up her work again.
Mrs. W. F. Steinberg. underwent a
surgical operation last Friday in a
hospital in New York. A telegram
this morning states that she is doing
Rev. S. A. Nettles of Dover, N. C., is
spending today with his sister, Mrs.
E. C. Alsbrook. He will leave tonight
for Camden, to visit his brother Dr.
L. W. Nettles.
Easter services will be held at the
Episcopal Chapel Sunday at eight
o'clock. It is hoped that our people
will attend this service as it is beau
tiful and impressive.
Messrs. Charles Thomas and Wel
born Brailsford have purchased a pair
of ferrets from Ohio, and they now
expect these little animals to clean
out all the rats that infest that block.
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Geiger are
guests at the St. John's Hotel in Char
leston this week while visiting Mag
nolia Gardens and other attractions
in the beautiful "city by the sea."
Much interest is being displayed in
the Revival Services which are being
held in the Methodist Church this
week. The services are being con
ducted by the pastor, Rev. Fowler,
and good crowds are a'ttending both
at the morning and evening services.
On last Saturday morning there
was a meeting of the Black Oak Hunt
ing Club held at the offices of Mr. S.
W. Barron for the purpose of tran
sacting business and forming new by
laws. At the close of the meeting
Mr. Barron the secretary of the club,
presented to the members present a
neat fishing tackle and shell pouch
with his compliments.
I would like very much to get in
touch with the following or any of
their kin: Eddie Temple Dingle or
Julia Robinson. I have some import
ant business for them in regards to
final payment due them through the
Veteran's bureau. If anyone who can
By Using t
With such a very little ti
thers welcome the coming
"Printei" Pattern. So this
spend less time on making
Chambray or Cotton Crepe p
gandie frocks-and yet kee
better dressed than ever bef<
Just as the sewing m.
stitching of your dress, so ti
speeds up cutting out and p
Working with plainly
pieces Is far different from
forations of the old-style 11
New McCaff PatI
ere. Our prices are
retty white dress and
most fastidious.. Our
kinds, etc., are now
how cheap the price
in sell right. Remem
Weinberg Co.'s Old Stand
Manning, S. C.
5,000 Hampers in Town!
Get your garden pea baskets now.
Place your order for bean baskets.
18 Cents Each
Will also be in position to ship your
Yours for Service,
G. DEWEY CLARK,
At Katzoff's Department Store.
furnish this information please ad- vote of the Club in thc first primary
dress, Cary Smith, Postmaster, Man- election of 1920.
ning, S. C. The Club officers are requested to
"- o give this notice all possiblepulct
NOTICE that a full meeting of all Clubslmay
The Democratic Clubs of Clarendon S. OLIVER O'BRYAN,
County are hereby called to meet at County Chairman.
their places of meeting on Saturday, Manning, S. C., April 12, 1922 2t.
April 22, 1922 at such convenient
hours as the officers of the respective
Clubs may designate. CHIROPRACTIC
Said Clubs shall re-organize by the
election of officers, executive commit- Manning office next to Bank of
teeman, committee on enrollment and Manning and Western Union Tele
delegates to the County Convention, graph Office, Phone 83. Hours 3:00 to
which meets in the Court House at 5:30, Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Manning, S. C., on Monday, May 1, DR. A. D. PLOWDEN,
1922, at 12 o'clock noon. Each Club Mrs. Plowden, Asst.
is entitled to one delegate to the Con- 11. Min, St P ne r1'
vention for every 25 members or ma-SutrS.C
election of 1920.
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Manning omceal natter tithB"rintod
met eb o o ny maksainge adWtern Union iTe
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