Newspaper Page Text
e .ianning times.
Published Every Wednesday
I. I. APPELT-------------..Edito
F. M. SHOPE.. ....Business Manager
MANNING, S. C., MAY 15, 1918
Young and old will enjoy seeing
New System Boarding House. Ap
ply to Mrs. Harry Steinhardt.
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Clark spen
Saturday in town.
Miss Rita Nimmer spent severa
(lays of last week in Charleston.
Remember the Red Cross drive
opens on the 20th.
Sell your tobacco in Manning-the
home of high prices.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. C
Baggett this morning-a daughter.
Mr. G. M. Smith left for Greenville
Sunday to see his brother, who is a
Clarendon's full delegation is in Co
lumbia today attending the State con
Table Board and lodging can be ha<
at the New System Boarding House
Mrs. 1'rry Steinhardt, proprietor.
Mrs. Jake Iseman left Sunday for e
two weeks stay at Camp Jackson with
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moffett o
Greenville are visiting relatives - it
Mrs. J. H. Lesesne, who has beer
visiting her parents in Union county
returned home Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Hall Nelson of Sum
merton spent the week-end with Mrs
F. P. Ervin.
Mr. George Epperson and Fathe:
Wood, of Sumter, spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nimmer.
Miss Emma Brockinton, of Kings
tree, is visiting her cousin, Miss Edna
Brockinton in Manning.
The Civic League will meet at the
Court House Monday afternoon, May
20th, at 6 o'cleck.
M,iss Clara Williams, of Milledge
v!ie, Ga., .s the guest of her sister
Ar. T. M. Mcuzon.
Yr. Eugene Beard, editor -f 'I h
News, of.\ndrews, was the guest 0
friends here on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawson McLeocl and
family spent the week-end with rela
tives near 1Sanford, N. C.
Don't fail to see "Intolerance", th
greatest play ever produced, at th<
Pastime Theatre Thursday, May 16th
Messrs. T. F. Brockinton an- Ed
Reardon were the guests of Rings.
tree friends on Sunday.
Mr. G. M. Smith spent the wuee
end in Greenville, visiting his broth
er, who is at Camp Sevier.
Mr. Frank Joye of Columhia, was
the guest of Mr. J. E. Reardon anc
family the first part of the we'k.
Miss Maria Brockinton of Kingstree
spent several dlays in town this weeli
with Miss Edna Brockinton.
Mr. B. A. Weinberg left last night
for Greenville. lie will be accom
paniedi home by Mrs. C. B. Geiger.
Mr. and Mrs. .Joseph Dickson, ae
companiedl by Mirs. Dunbar and chil
dren, visited Columbia last wveek.
Miss Julia Bradham has returned
from a pleasant visit to her sister
Mrs. Pou Wannamaker, in St. Mat
LOST1 2 shares No. 55, and 2 shares
No. 36 in I". N. Wilson Insurance
Co. Finder please return to Maj. W.
Little Miss THarriet Plowden enter
tained a number of her young friends
at a roost enjoyable party yesterday
R. D). Plyler, Joe Thomas, Frank
rnd Chovine (lark and Will Burgess
were the home boys from (Camp Jack
s'on who spent Sunday here.
Mr. R. C. Newton, who is now Tele..
graph Editor of the Atlanta .Journal,
one of the South's big dailies, spent
the week-end here with Mrs. Newvton.
.Rev. IL. Bi McCord left last Sunday
night foir Oklahoma, to attend the
G;ene'ra A ssembhly of th Prsbytrian
A rrived today a ('ar o.f 125 barrels
of Anchor Brand Lime. Thle very best
for building and disin fectant purpos
W. P. LEGG.
Mis.. J. E. D~e Mars and little son, of
Baltimore, are visting their parents,
Mr. aind Mrs. C. R. ularvin in Man
.We have several 6, 7, and 8 foot Mo-.
line Binders for sale. Call and see
TIIOMAS LIVE STOCK CO.,
Manning, S. C.
Yes it kills flies, and yet it
costs only a
Get it from
B. B. BREE DIN'S
.Pure Food Gr~ocery
We have several 6 7and 8 foot Mo
line Binders for sale. Call and see
THOMAS LIVE STOCK CO.,
Manning, S. C.
Seaman Edwin Johnson, of the
Charleston Navy Yard, spent the
week end at home. He was accom.
panied by Mr. Pruitt of the Marines.
Mrs. L. S. Ehrich spent Sunday in
Sumter with Miss Rose Ehrich, who
left on Monday for New York where
she will do settlement work.
For Sale-Five or Six Hundred
Bushels of Corn. Two Dollars a Bush
H. E. DURANT,
Alcolu, S. C.
In this issue we are carrying sev
eral of the four-minute speeches made
by our school children of the differ
ent schools of the county. We are
not able to print all of them this week
but will publish the rest next week.
1 A pleasant party spending Sunday
at Camp Jackson consisted of Mrs. A.
We'-berg, Miss Irma Weinberg, Mr.
ant Mrs. Leon Weinberg and Mr.
Cultvate your crops this year wiht
a Strongboy Cutlivator. We only
have six in stock and it is impossible
to get any more. See us now.
TIE THOMAS LIVE STOCK CO.,
Manning, S. C.
In another column we carry the an
nouncement card of Mr. T. M. Ken
nedy as a candidate for the office of
Judge of Probate. Mr. Kennedy is
formerly of the Salem section, and is
w eli knowvn throughout the co.mnly.
"Intolerance" will hold you spell.
bound for three solid hours. There
are intervals that you will cry. Again
you're mad and at rast you will be
released by your glad feeling and
you will almost shout for joy.
Mr. Henry M. Johnson, who is Gen
crai Secretary of the Y. M. C. A. for
this district, spent several (lays in
town last week. Mr. Johnson is a man
of strong personality-a type of the
men the "Y" wants for work in the
If you miss this one, "Intolerrance,"
you will miss the greatest that's ever
been produced, and you'll wish you
had attended. The scenery is beyond
imagination. It's almost impossible
to believe that one man produced it
all. It's simply grand.
Died Sunday a week ago, near Jor
dan, York Mack, colored, aged about
80 years. "Old York," as he was
called, was agood darkey, of the ante
bellum type, and was well known to
all Santee hunters.
On account of the big drop in
price on the Western markets I am
now closing out my stock of good
hay, oats and syrup feed at the great
est cut in price I have ever been able
to make in so short a time. Come
quick while this stock lasts.
W. P. LEGG
The public is invited to attend the
Baywood Schcol closing May 19 and
20, or 21 if ra'ning. We shall have
an open air auditorium. We shall fit
our occasion to the weather. Rev.
Smith, of Manning, w:1l preach for
us Sunday P. M. at 4 o'clock. Then
the program will begin at 8:30 Mon
day evening, May 29, or 21, as stated.
WANTED AT ONCE-To place or
(ders for large quantities of Short
Leaf lumber for Government use. Not
embargoed. Will contract with sev
eral mills. Attractive orders and best
prices. Wire, wrote or phone us.
LEROY S. DAVID)SON & CO.
Mr. Joe W. Burgess spent the wveek
end at home, leaving on Monday for
Camp Grant at Rockford, Ill., where
he will enter athe fourth Officers'
Training Camp. Mr. Burgess wvas
graduated at Clemason and received his
dliploma several weeks before the col
lege closes, so that he might attend
Trhe following young soldi er-i from
Wp JTacuon vtf re enterta'tned here
h-s' week-e: i\-essrs. McCabe, Cook
moan, Clar' e, A bernethy, E im'onsan,
Rohr rts. i owe, Woolard, .Johnsr'u,
I 'w is, M~a'n a, P'enmmons andl Hlarold.
I .ag Willi . Hu'~iarrell an" Melton
of Tennessee; Tfurner and Sto' all of
Arkansas; Walker of Virgmnia- At
kinsoni of South ( Miolina andl Her
!ocke'r of Missouri.
Mv brick kiln shippers have just
notifiedl me that they could ship me
another car of fine brick within a
short tinie. I am now taking orders
rapidly for this car, and any who may
needi brick about their sobacco barns
or any other work would (do well to
see me without delay, and hefore th is
car is all sold out.
W. P. LEGG.
"Intolerance" is so sImple that the
smallest child can understand it, and
the oldest person in the audience will
grasp from it a lesson that will im
press him, never t~o 1)e forgotten. Be
sure you see it. Thursday, May 16, at
the Pastime rlTeatre. Shows start
prompitly at 1 o'clock, at 4 o'clock,
andl at 8 o'clock. The prices are, from
one to five years, free if accompaniedl
by their parents; six to twelve years
35 cents; 13 and up, Sac each.
Special meetings wiil be held next
Suniday in the interest of the Red
Cross drive. There will he rpeeches
by prommnent men, and we should all
turn out to see what we must do to
help this worthy cause and win the
wvar. Next Sunday morning at 11:30
a special meeting will be held at
Summerton. Sunday evening at 8:30
Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted
J. E. ARANT, PH. G.
MANNING, . C.
A Special Drive This
$1.00 per Gallon
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery
in Manning at the school auditoriu
Tuesday evening, Pinewood. The
day picnic at Gable will be on t
24th. This will be a big occasion, a
the committee has ararnged for t
Navy yard band at Charleston to
here to furnish music for the oc<
Proceeds Will Be Used for Comfc
Kits for the Soldiers
The W. C. T. U. will have a Si
at Mr. Legg's feed store Saturdi
The ladies of Manning are asked
give any second hand clothing th
can spare. Send your bundles to t
store Friday morning, or notify i
and they will be called for.
MRS. JOSEPH SPROTT,
Five cars of soda from a vessel d
to arrive at port May 15, will be d
tributed from the fohowing static
in Clarendon County; Bloonville,
tons; Pinewood 32 tons; Sardinia,
tons; Seloc, 32 tons; Silver, 32 tot
This soda will be distributed accor
ing to application for corn and orde
will be filled in the order that th
are received, beginning May 16. 1
personal 'checks will be accepted
payment for soda; therefore ha
checks certified to or .,ring the m<:
S. W. BARRON,
Editor the Manning Times:
The Seloc and Gibbons Mill Dent
erats extend to you and the public
eordial invitation to attend a bask
picnic at the Hudson Old Mill on F
h:y the 31st.
Ex-Governor Blease will be
band for the occasion and the orat
)f the (lay. Therefore, tell others b
Aides your friends. And come wi
well filled baskcts.
For information will say that the
who might wish to come on Alec
;rain can do so. Simply teil the cc
luctor to have the train stop at t
Eudson siding, which is within aba
mne-half mile of the mill. Althou;
the train will only afford passengc
the privilege of staying over abo
:hree hours. Also any one comi:
)n cars can easily secure informati
is to the best route by simply inqu
ng of any in Salem.
T. B. MELLETTE,
RONOR ROLL GRADED SCHOC
Annie Sue Bradham, Bertha Gall
way, Ruby Graham, Elizabeth Ha
lee, Vivian Katzoff, Mary Edi
Plowden, Cornelia Sprott, Bonn
Walker, John Edward Arant, Franc
Brown, George Dickson, James Du
oar, Conyers Horton, Frederick Leg
Mary Walter Heriot, 96; Zel
Louise Harllee 96; Elizabeth Orv
')6; -Edgar Windham 96; Alvin Gall
wvay 95; Ashton Plowden, 95; Blanc
Venning, 95; James Cole 94; Lest
Miller 93; William Nimm.r 93; La
rence Burgess 92; Lula Margar
Mathis 92: Muldrow Windham; Bo
sic Kate Bullard 91; Robert Chandl
'11; Lula Sue Rigby 91; Evelyn Das
'i0; William Coffey 90.
D~orothy Ridgill 95; Audrey You1
3)4; Ruth Cothran 94; Virginia Orv
14; Margaret Crecy 93; William Be
ro 93; Ruth Boger 92; Viola Gall
way 91; Prior Legg 91; Claren
Blreedin 91; Dan Stalnaker 90; Gle:
Dickson 90; .John D. Chewvning 9
Jerome Alsbrook 90; Louie Stalnak
Carmen Arant 90; Louise Brovi
)6; Rosa Geiger 90; Mildren Hloll
lay 90; Olivia Horton 92; Helen Kit
doff 93; Winnie Plowden 9'i; Ge
~rude Rigby; Dora Gamble 90; Si
ley Abrams 91; Stobo Bradham 9
?)lin Burgess 91; Fred Chewning 9
Warren Clark 94; Hugh Davis 9
A\lston Gerald 91; Milton .Jaye 9
Kmngswvood Sprott 90; Herbert Ve
Mattie Hlorton 95; Ruby Blulla
'13; Margie Creecy 93; Virginia Cc
rey 92; John S. Nimmer 92; Eth:
Ridgeway 92; Spencer Breedin 9
Alice Windlham 91; Sarah E. McKt
v'ey 90; Mildren Mooneyham 90.
Mildred Smith 06; Lily Ems
Sprott 97; Corinne McKelvey 9
l'rances Dickson 94; Edna Thames 9
isabelle Young 92; Louise Young 9
Williams A rant 91; Moultrie Bagn
13; .John D). Gerald 90.
Cecil Clark 94; Annie Cochran 9
Evelyn Cochran 91; Mary Johns
10; Sara Lesesne 94; Isabel Plowd
I5; L~ula Righy 93; Aiston Davis U
James Dickson~ 92; Lucius Hleriot U
Frederick Nimmer 92; William Ric
ardson 94; Charles Wilson 93.
Mary Metropol 98; Bernice A
b~rook 98; EsteIlle Al sbrook 98; Elig
hcth Creecy 9G; Lynne DuRant U
Mary Sue Wilson 96; Mary Rig
95; Alice Clark 95; Madleline Sho
93; Roberta Berry 91.
One taste of Blue Lab
Sap Maple Syrup carri
you back to the forest 4
My but it does make Gril
die Cakes taste good.
Only 40c Bottle
B. B. BREE DIN'S
Pure Food Grocery
Catharine Arant 96; Edna Bogr''
91; Martha Burgess 97; William
Clark 90; Glenn Harvin 93; Grace
Nimmer 90; Virginia Ridgeway 96;
Janie Thames 97; Jack Timmons 93;
Marie Wells 95.
Adger Allsbrook, Legare .Harvin,
Moses Levi, Elma Caskrey, Fannie
James Davis, Mary Davis, Leila M.
m. Dickson, Ruby MgElveen, Helen Plow
ill den, Lillian Plowden, Pearl Rawlin
he son, Bessie Reardon, Maud Sprott.
be COLORED SCHOOL
The commencement of the Manning
colored school begins Friday night
and closes on the 24th. An attractive
rt program is announced and two very
able speakers are to deliver the ad
dress and commencement sermon.
le Bishop Chappelle of Columbia is to
y. preach the commencement sermon in
to the school chapel Sunday afternoon,
ey May 19th, and Prof. J. L. Cain of the
he Darlington high school is to deliver
ne the annual address Friday night, May
24th. Bishop Chappelle is the presid
in bishop of the A. M. E. church in
it. this state, is a native of South Caro
lina, and was once presiding elder of
the Manning district.
The commencement program is as
Friday night, May 17th, exercises
ns of primary grades.
Sunday, 4:30 p. in., annual sermon,
32 Bishop W. D. Chappelle, LL. D.
. Monday night, May 20th, exercises
of intermediate grade.
rs Wednesday night, May 22, oratori
I Friday night, May 24th, address, J.
in Cain, A. M., Darlington, S. C.
e Tenth Grade Speakers
Earnestine Tindal-Subject ,"Pre
Beulah Tindal-"Universal Democ
or- .Elise Dingle-"Checking Negro
Anna Stukes-"Woman's Part in
Mamie Johnson-"Our Larger Op
a Julia Johnson--"Away With Au
or GREAT SUCCESS
th The May Festival given at the Ball
Park last Thursday afternoon was a
se success in every way. A detachment
lu of the Boy Scouts, carrying an Amer
ican flag led the procession into the
e 1grounds, and made way .for the
ut Queen's float, which was elaborately
rh decorated in bunting and flowers of
' the national colors. This was driven
atby Master Charles Davis. Miss Mil
i dred Brown who was elected queen by
popular vote, was dressed as Colum
r- bia, and was seated in the float. Fol
lowing the Queen was a long line of
charming attendants, dressed in pic
turesque costumes. First came the
n May-pole (lancers, then the Highland
Lassies, followed by the French peas
ant maids, Sailor girls, American In
idians, and English dairy maids.
n_ At the right, in front of the grand
*1 stand, a dias had been erected, and
th j upon this the queen was enthroned.
After she was seated, the attendants
is sang "America" and then marched
n- around in a circle, after which they
divided into groups, the little May
g, pole (lancers sitting at the foot of the
Little Misses Virginia Orvin and
.a Olivia Horton, as Miss and Mr. Jap,
in captivated the audience by their in
0- terpretation of a Japanese Fan Flirta.
ie tion. With a realistic war whoop, the
er American In(lians entered and gave
v- an exact rendition of a real Indian
et (lance. Next the French peasants
fl- danced the Blacking, a characteristic
'ir French folk dance. The United States
is sailors ,acquittedl themselves wvith
.credlit in the difficult Sailor's Horn
pipe. The Dairy Maids then (lanced
ig gracefully an old1 English folk dance.
in The little Highland Lassies came irn
r- for .a large share of applause by the
.spirited wvay in wvhich trhey (lanced the
nHigh land Fling. After the Sailors
in had rendered a Ribbon Dginee, a tab.
;leau was formed and "The Star
er Spangled Banner" sung. This closed
the program, andl the procession left
the park, amid great applause.
It is impossible to single out any
.one group of (lancers for praise, for
tall of the dances were so gracefully
-and .joyfully dlone that all must be in
c ludled in the praise.
SOLDIERS GETI HEARTY
The fact that we are at wvar was in
a mauebrought home to the p~eople
of MnigSaturday evening. There
rdvere more soldiers here then and Sun
fday than at any other time since the
mn Spanish American War. About thirty
1; husky young soldiers from Camp
I- .Jackson were entertained by the cit
izens here for the week-end.
The authorities, except in unusual
a cases, wvill not grant rurloughs for a
5; longer period than about thirty-six
2; hours, and as ai result those boys wvho
2; live in other States are unable to go
al home. They become very tired of the
monotony of Camp life, but have no
place ago. About ten (lays ago the
2; Rev. L. II. McCord, pastor of the Pres
>n byterian church, was at Camp Jack
an son for a few hours, andl after learn
4; img the situation, brought the matter
0; to the attention of his congregation
h-- andl suggested that the folks here in
vite some of these boys to come down
Saturdlay evening and spend Sunday
in 'our .homes. The opportunity to do
something for these gallant boys was
6- quickly grasped by the ciiesadin
a short time homes for forty wvere
ey provided. A number of others wvished
PC to entertain, but it was uindlerstood
that not over forty would be sent.
There was .keen disappointment
wvhen the train came- in and it was
el found that the full quota did not come,
8andl some families had to postpone
the pleasure until a later date.
f.From the train the boys were taken
m autombile to Martin's Lake,
whchhd been tendered to the Corn
I- nmittee by Mr. Joseph S. Dickson,
whore a fish supper was Prepared.
"Pine bark stew" was a new d ishto
all of them, but every one expressed
himself as being highly delighted with
Claroendon's famous piscatorial con
If the boards are
at the joints, let wate
cay from the undersi<
when the floor finally
only to replace the floc
Just a Little
and investigation will
paint would be chea
floor every two years
and sills, with lumber
labor at $3.00 per do
inconvenience of proc
and the annoyance of
where you go there a~
to pieces-all for the i
We Have the I
and can tell you how
your money. Put this
our paint man,
C. R. I
at, The Mani
Buy War Saving
CHASE & SANBORN'S
Coffees are the best.
You can only buy this d
pendable coffee at
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery
Sunday morning all of them
tended the Presbyterian church, wh
special services were held for the
diers in combination with Moth(
Day. Mr. McCord preached a mm
nificent sermon, pronounced by ms
as one of the best sermons ever
livered in Manning. His theme w
"Be a man with a definite, noble p
pose," and assured the young r
that the people were behind them
their.purpose to get the Kaiser,
present Goliath who is vaunting h
self and bringing untold misery i
suffering into the world. He remi
ed the young men that the prayer
their mothers was that each of th
should "Be a MAN."
All of the soldiers were carried o
to Sumter in the evening in cars
catch the late train for Columi
The pecple of Manning were char
ed with them. Every one condue
himself in a manly and gentlema
manner, and all wvere urged to cc
back. They seemed to have thorou
ly enjoyedl their brief visit, and
was our great pleasure and privil
to extend to our brave young soldi
this little courtesy and to assure tlh
they have behind them a united r
ple. We hope from time to time
have the boys in Khaki in our mu
MUsT TELL WHAT THEY KNO
ABOUT GUNs FORt HU
Many Witnesses to be Heard at
vestigation on Report of Muni
tions Held for Germans
New York, May 13. -An investi
tion into-alleged holdings for Gerri
account in the United States
Mauser rifles, machine guns and
munition will begin here tomorrow
Morton E. Lewvis, attorney general
the state of New York, it is
nounced. About sixty ,vitnesses a
are supposed to have knowiedge
the existence of the munitions will
The investigation is being unt
taken at the request of army in
Reports current for the last I
years that the Germans have sto
large military supplies in the Uni
States will be run to earth, accord
to Deputy Attorney Gen. Becker. -
inquiry, he says, will seek to est
liAh wvhether they have any foun
tion in fact or are "mere wvill-o-w
All persons who the attorney g
eral's office or army intelligence o
cers know or believe to have assis
in spreading the rep~orts will be as
for the source of their informat
Mr. Becker saidl sonme reports
c'redhited Germans with having a
lion rounds of ammunition stored
a million Mausers.
-Before the United States ente
the war, Capt. Hans Tauseher, whi
the husband of Madame Gadski,
opera singer, and who was acquit
of conspiracy to blow up the Well
canal and later received a safee
dluct to Germany, was reported to
Is the ideal tea for Iced T<
We Have it and It's
CHASE & SANBOITN'E
B. B. BREE DIN'S
Pure Food Groner
unpainted they will open up
r into the sills to create de
e; thus making it necessary
becomes too bad to use, not
r but new sills also, at a tre
prove that the highest price
per applied to your piazza
than replacing those floors /
at $35.00 per thousand, and
gy, without considering the
uring the lumber and labor
bearing up the floor. Every
'e piazzas and steps rotting
ieed of a little good paint.
tight Paint for this
o use it to get full value for
or any other problem up to
rung Grocery Co.
s Stamps. We Sell 'Em.
actively engaged in purchasing muni
tions and storing them.
In February, 1916, he appeared at
le- the New York district attorney's of
fice and asked that search be made
for a broker who he claimed had
agreed to deliver one million car
tridges in February, 1916, and was
paid $10,376, one quarter of the price,
but vanished without delivering the
ol- MANNING HIGH SCHOOL VS.
r's COLUMBIA HIGH SCHOOL
my Friday, May 17th at the Local Ball
ie- Park, 4:30 o'clock
ur- Meet me at the Ball Park Friday
,en and help us cheer our boys on to vie
in tory. Columbia has a strong teanm |
the for which Williams is getting in store
i- a good supply of 42 centimeter, 120
rid- We expect this to be the most in
of teresting and hardest Fought game of
Cm the season.
ted - -
nly Judge of Probate -
dat hereby announce myself a candi
it ofte for the office of Probate Judge
era rules of the Demoneraticu primary.h
CO- 5-14-18. THOMAS M. KENNEDY.
red For Auditor
I aeforeb~ announce myself a candi
NS (aefrt e office of Auditor of Clar
endlon county. Subject to the rules of
In- the Democratic Primary.
HUGH A. PLOWDEN.
I hereby announce myself a cani --
gdate for re-election to the office of
a Audio oab Clarendon county, ledg- ~
m-- ANDREW P. BURGESS.
of For Judge, of Probate
iho I hereby announce myself as a can
of (didate for Probate Judge of Clarendon
be county, and will abide by the decision
of the Democratic' primary.
er. J. LAWSON McLEoD.
I hereby announce myself a candi-'
wo (late for the office of Judge of Pro
redl bate for Clarendlon county, pledlging
ted to abide the results of the primary.
ing CLARENCE HI. MATHIS.
Sib- I hiereby anonunce me ysef acad,
Ila- date for the office of Judge of Pro- '
isp hate for Clarendon County, subject to
the rules of the D)emocratic pimary.
en- J. W. WIDEMAN.
ted For Clerk of Court
n. I am a candiidate for Clerk of Court
il- subject to the rules of Democratic
ED. B. RROWN.
> is Promising to abide by thp rules of *
the the Democratic Primary, I hereby an
ted nlounce myself a candikate for the of-.
md fice of Clerk of Court of Clarendor~
be JOS. s. DICKSON.
I hereby anounco myself a candi- L
date for the office of Clerk of Court
of Clarendon County, sub ect to the
ARCHIE I. BARI ON. i
" Pledgn myself to abide the reslt4
of the Dmooratic p*hnary, Iofo
myself for re-election to the office I
* Gprk of Court for ClarendonCtn.
3. B.. A1TE