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M bishided BvroWn wl es urn
THrdy neaigtm from onvrse
adMiss Esthe Brger.iksn o
Fhiora SaleOe iso and soeve.is
Mr. J.aW Rigbyon has purchasesh
Ctpto hoe, ow cupekb.r
Mrss D.M.re Brdha hasl return
hmuroma newh Yrork ovesendth
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broth sEr. erBrgr
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We have read
Buy your Twii
For Sale-One store lot in the town
of Rimini. Apply to 1. I. Appelt,
Mrs. E. W. Rowland of Kingstree
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Reardon several days this week.
Palmolive Soap 3 cakes for 25c at
the Clarendon Drug Store. Better get
yours while its going.
Mrs. R. R. Jenkinson is in Rock
Hill this week attending the com
mencement of Winthrop College.
Bring your prescription to us to
be filled by a licensed experienced
druggist. Clarendon Drug, Store.
"The Hearts of Humanity" at the
Pastime Theatre, Wednesday and
Thursday, .June 18th and 19th.
Clarendon county has been given
two one-ton Velie trucks by the gov
If you do not buy anything but
hosiery, you cannot afford to miss ,the
19 cents sale. Christal Store.-adv.
Miss Aileen Fladger of Spartanburg
is the house guest of Mrs. Lucy John
Rubber paper roofing in 1, 2 and 3
ply at $1.75, $2.00, $2.25, $2.50 and
$2.75 per roll. W. P. Legg.
Mrs. Lou Sprott and Mrs. C. A. Mc
Faldin are in Winston-Salem visit
ing the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
The Christal Store at Gable have
a big announcement in this week's
issue. They arcs putting on a 19c
side and are offering hundreds of
aseful articles at this price.
A full line of Pratt's Remedies for
I orses, Cows, Hlogs and Chickens at
the (la i endon Drug Store.
['h frienmls cf MIs. Charlie Rigby
x ;l le ihal to knov that she is
Iovdsn at Riverside hospital in
Ch!arito~tn af'tr a srosiles
IFor Salec--20 milk-fattened hens.
(iti in !,ts of not l ess than tin.
Pr e .'Mce t ereant. Sunniyside
I' tc''e.H-:ger:n, whoi hs
rhe Viii a
y for immediate
Twine. This is
ie now and avc
A full line delicious Candies at the
Clarendon Drug Store.
Lieut. J. G. Dinkins nas returned
home from France, and will resume
his law practice here as soon as he
gets his discharge.
For Sale-Milk cows, fresh and
forward spring. E. M. McElveen,
DuRant, S. C.-24-2t-pd.
Watch tne ;ubscription label on
your pap(.- We are compelled to
cut off all papers the lay the sub
"The Village Smithy" at The Pas
time Friday night. Features Chester
Conklin and its a scream. Alho Dor
othy Gish in "Battling June."
Married yesterday morning at the
home of the bride near Daivs Station
Cross Roads, Mr. Wade Weatherford
and Miss Eugenia Richbourg.
We have just received an invoice
for a solid car load of furniture.
While attending the 19 cents sale, get
our prices on furniture. Christal
Mr. A. J. White is attending the
State Funeral Directors Association in
Charleston this week. He is presi-I
dhnt of this body.
Lime $2.50 per barrel, Portland
Cement $1.25 per sack, plastering
laths $6.50 per 1,000 and brick $2.00
per 100 when the brick are delivered
at car. W. P. Legg.
Messrs. James Sprott and Chovine
Sprott drove through the country to
Spartanburg last week where they
witnessed the graduating exercises at I
Mr. A aron Abrams will open a
hrainch store in Summierton about
July 1 st. He will install an up-to-date
tw'k and will put a hustling manager
tt the head of the store.
) (h. Grnulated Sugar---.. . _8.
In lb.Wile Grain Rice .. _..1.0(0
2lb. Black Eye Peas-.....-.. -_(1.0
I lb. W hite Navy~ Beans ... . _.. 1.00
lb. Im Eeans-..- ....-__-_..1.00
Mr. a ndl, Mrs. 1. 8. Hreedin accomi
iride otheir honeymoona tour to
Woko the :v'i.:tion to (Clark's
We:s d oi of the
h .e for ' T rib I c.% tr l.
ny vehe I.%. HI h haa
berendvlby th' open~n:. ofth
- n. hiefh probabl wd! h.: 'hl
e'I of ntmnh
Frda 'i :i
WMMPMyP I( ER --:"'
G JANE~j*' C
- leI Sm it
Sale a Stock o:
the best grade
4d delay and d
Married Monday, in Brookneal, Va.,
the home of the bride, Mr. R. D.
Cothran and Miss Ferrell. We learn
they will spend a few weeks at Glenn
Springs before returning to Manning.
Mr. Cothran is one of Manning's to
bacco warehousemen, and we extend
WANTED-Assistant for our farm,
manager, Mr. J. M. Graham. Must
be experienced cotton, corn and to
bacco grower. Healthy, energetic with
fair education. Salary $100.00 per
month. D. W: Alderman & Sons Co.,
Alcolu, S. C.-25-3t-c.
Mr. John H. Nye, of the Health
and Accident department of the Pa
cific Mutual Life Insurance Company
who is agent for this State, and Dr.
T. P. Horton, State agent of Alabama,
are spending two weeks here in the
interest of their company. They will
later be joined by Mr. C. T. Caraker,
general agent for Georgia.
The Thomas Live Stock Company
have an announcement on another
page. this issue, which will be of
much interest to the people of Clar
endon county. They have added au
tomobiles to their business and have
secured the agency for three different
cars. This feature of the business
will be under the management of
Messrs. Horace Thomas and Wade
Weatherford. These gentlemen will
gladly give a demonstration of the
merits of the cars they handle.
The management of The Pastime
Theatre have booked the stupendous
production "Hearts of Humanity" for
a showing here on Wednesday and
Thursday, June 18th and 19th. This
is without d'oubt. one of the biggest
and best pictures ever made. Co
lumbia and other cities where it has
been played have gone wild with en
thusiasm over it. Manning is the
first small-r city in the State to se
cure this p;-ture, and on account of
its wide po0 u'; rity have booked it
tor the two dity. Watch next week's
paper for (let.:id story of this big
The a rm2,l olratorical contest will
be held in the Gra-led School audi -
tori um this evening at nine o'clock.
TPhrough the L' ndn ess :.n ' ienersityv
of 3l1r. A. T. 1IflS, Pifrincpal of t he
school, two i'.r Ias- wil bx aw.ardedl,
one to t he giri contomtu~s :,n2 one
Those w ,~ill palrticipate in the
Iontst are as fol lows: .'1l ss Sarah
Lensesno, Aliss Fatelle WVilson, Mis
Graec Ni n n;"r an 111 !iss 'Theimav
Tiodn and Mloultie O'Ilryan.
XteatIioa nass--Sp(ecial coachino: ina
.abon~ing' luring the summoer by 2 e1
E. ( . A\ hriook for~ colelge entrane:-0.
0 to make up! raid' deiiiieie ini
an il)h-n. Hndwrxitine. .I' lino: :md'
aination, scholarshxips for Winthrop.
t, Jjine 6th i
.15 and 25c. 16
E Number One
IEEIE - EEE EMER
Clemson, Citadel and - University of
Columbia. For information write
Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook, principal.
James Pressley Barron, a member
of the Senior class of Wofford College
was winner of the Carlisle Essay
Medal in the annual contest 'held in
the Wofford auditorium Friday even
ing. Mr. Barron was also winner of
the Junior-Senior short story medal
for having written the best short story
to appear in The Wofford Journal (lur
ing the year.
The medals were presented at the
conclusion of the first of the Com
mencement exercises held Friday
Mr. Barron carrier off the highest
honors at Wofford College and is a
recognition of his unusual ability as
a writer and speaker.
To Camp at Iawley's Island.
A congenial party composed of a
d'ozer members of the younger set
and chaperoned by Miss Wingard,
Miss 'Vallye Appelt and Miss Hattie
Nelson will leave early next week for
a camping party at Pawley's Island.
Those going are Misses Lynn Du
Rant, Lida Sprott, Mary Rigby, Fran
cis Harvin, Maude Sprott, Thelma
Eaden and Burgess Sprott, Charlie
Davis, Edward Sprott, Ikey Bagnal,
Laurens Wilson and Wakerland
Best Grade Compound Lard
45 lb. Cans --- ----- ..-$12.04
110 lb. Drums -- --43
During the 19 cent sale. Christal
ARMENIAN AND SYRIAN RELIEF
HONOR ROLL CONTINUED
R. E. Thompson, A leolu -. ..$30.00)
C. S. Lee, Manning-_-..-....-.. _(t.0
J. E. Br yant, Manning--....-....1.00
.J. E. Lee,.lnning -. --_-.-.._1.00
W. I. (Cis'ey, Summierton .. 5.0
(harlie Walker, Manning _- . 5.00
lIna .Raw *.linson, Jorthm ... 1.00
S-adie Whieeler, Sardlin ia -- --5.00
I NPO()ITA NT
Yo hav seen~l the notice, no doubt.
that Serv.i~e Paladges aire give.n Red
( n" hadlwe i awrded for. fui hun
et.1 hours cerv ice, rendleredl w.ithbin ai
ii'r. of six: mont hs--the (ither for
el: h nred hours1. servic, renderedt
ak cf six mo~nths e-h , anrl''"a per
-on cumit have si'erve the exalct. anm
he oft hours rena ired before beinig en
ttleI to -bulge.''
'"8' rvice in t h' Redu (crossc, wheuther
render() I in the wo''irk-rioom knit itng at
home, e:.:eat ing'.work in the (Chaoters,
or :myv \'ay; (c nneted with the -
P'eil 1Coss my' lbe takeniint cl)onsidec- t
ration' by' t he ((cwnit tee ini aiwairding
Ser'.vi lUnde-:, I'rovided'i that this
srvi- doil.s not dlate farther lack
than A\ prl ';h, I 17.'' TIhis- then ini
lu' an; t bi-e given in the' interest(
of t h" I d (ceans. Dr ives, Christ mas
IRol Call-i d IHom'e( Service'.
As t he lires 'iare to be pa id for,
it is nieessa.:ry for the commnitte(e in
cha rge of awa rine:a' these Und ges, to
know definitely how many to order.
All who feel t hat you deserve these
Service Haudges p leaise sendl in your'
appleIi(at ion right away.
If the n amoes are not received with in
the next week it will be taken for
.ra 'ited that t here are no( apllicants,
for the t i ne i short and( there ean he
Sec reta ry.
Cour't convenes in Manning .June 23.
The following isi the petit jury:
WV. B. .Javroe. Pavvillo
At This Price Buy
Enough for the
For two Weeks only.
B. B. BREEDIN'S '
Pure Food Grocery
C. H. Wallace, Newv Zion.
B. B. Broadway, Sumnmerton.
G. H. Coulette, Silver.
W. R. Simpson, Manning.
M. L. Shirer, Summerton.
C. T. Dingle, Summerton.
A. M. White, Alcolu.
B. C. Broadway, Pinewood.
W. E. Hodge, Alcolu.
P. A. Hodge, Paxville.
W. E. Morris, Turbeville.
R. L. Gayle, Summerton.
W. S. Iolladay, Manning.
J. D. Gerald, Manning.
M. .J. flavis, Jordan.
W. 0. Beard, Turbeville.
E. J. Touchberry, Paxville.
P. B. Ridgeway, Bloomville.
C. Hi. Mathis, Manning..
~Ij. E. Cousar, New Zion. '
HI. K. Beatson, M1anning.
M. L. Turbeville, Turbeville.
C'arey Smith, Manning.
.J. 0. Lowder, Wilson.
H1. A. Tiodge, Summecrton.
L. 11. .Justus, Ma1nning.
C. N1. M1artin, Summelrton.
J1. P'. H1olladlay, Su~mmnerton.
Gleo. Tfin hul, Pinfewoodi.
Ml. S. Gardner, Silver.
J1. M1. 1 ludson, Alcolu.
C'. A. Wilson, Summ iterton.
- - (-o -
The WV. C. TI. U. will hold the .June'
neft ing at t1whomrue of Mirs. N. G.
rc-ulw~ay on nx't'i Tuetbay a fternon,
2tliss Geraildine lBowen came home
:'.t w'eek fromt Lhni,~tone college to
Ten il the vacationi.
Mesrs C. II. Broadway and J. \V".
.111imI .l..lft Sun-iny for R~ock Iuil
\is Peaciril~ Br vway T Ihey made
MTisses Mat1 lhews an it~ Jones0, teach
-r of *he P in-wiol- tehol, ,spent thec
vi'ck-en at. the htomef of Mrs. I". S.
Mr.' Eugene it w 'is 81. homte from
T he irded stchol c!osed last F'ri
ay :'fter a very siecessfiji session
I) site of theO. mnny inte'rruptionsi.
l'hir wa sli)iit no Idu t Iing cliss lthis
.vere heldi ,i hI a ba skt. p ienic wvas
niuej i nioy(e i aturdfa y at the
vater m'iill (If Mr i. Henr (i 1 1 rtis. MIissi
"orbe)tt, the prinial )I is hold(1ing the
Wh sehool f' nai lt inns1 thIiis week.
I'he entire corpsi has been unan11imUoust
y re..electedl fori th inext term.U
M11iss Leila lBrowne, the pimary
encher of the graidedl school left
'riday for her home at Ridgoway.
T'he infant son (If MIr. Eddie Grif
nI( did' Oin Satu rday night after a
wo we'eks iilbiess. T[he funeral ser
'ics and' inltermenL.t wdr~e held Sun
hay afternoon at An'irews Chapel
Thurch conducted by the pastor, Rev.
X. S. Lesley.
Mr. Ilob Owven, of Orangeburg,
pent Sunday at the home of M~r. '.
Reynolds Owen. X.