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WEDNESD(Y, M AY 26, 1920
Mr. M. L. McCollough is ill at his
home with typhoid fever.
Mrs. J. B. Cantey and children are
visiting relatives in Mullins.
Mr. S. . Harvin spent last Sunday
. Mr. Lou Rose, manager of The Pas
time Theatre, is ini New York on busi
Mr. William Wolfe who has been
teaching school at Chester, is at home
for the summer.
$Spervizcr Kelly has .fixed the
Brewington bridge, which has been in
a dangerous condition for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. R .E. Harlee of Co
lumbia visited the home of Mr. George
Williams this week.
Born to Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Broad
way on Saturday a nine pound baby
Dr. H. L. Crouch and family spent
the first of the week with relatives in
Miss Clara Williams of Milledge
ville, Ga., is the guest of her sister,
Mrs. T. M. Mouzon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Sprott were
visitors to Washington, D. C. last
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chandler and
the Misses Wright of Sumter were
visitors to Manning Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Joseph Yassney is attending
the sessions of the Grand Lodge of
Knights of Pythias which is being
held in Greenville this week.
Don't forget Laurant, the Magician,
at the School Auditorium tonight. He
is one of the best in the country and
should be greeted by a big crowd.
Mr. A. M. Musser, the county dem
onstration agent was taken to Charles
ton Sunday night to be operated on
Mr. Joe Breckinton has decided to
close out his automobile business in
Manning, and will move to Sumter to
engage in the same business.
Dickson's Drug Store has installed
a nobby electric sign on their store
front. This is the first electric sign
to be installed in Manning and shows
the progressiveenss of this store.
Died at Foreston on May 4th Mr.
H. L. Hodge, aged 63 years. Ae is
survived by a widow and ten children.
The burial was in the Foreston ceme
tery the following day.
The Manning Fire Department will
receive through the fireman's fund
this year 283.23. This comes from
the one . . cent fire premiums paid
in the town of Manning.
Council has decided to enforce the
automobile cut out ordinance which
was passed over a year ago, and here
afteri persons running with their cut
out's oen will be fined. A warning
notice is published from the Mayor
in another colunm. Trucks come un
der this head. This cut out nuisance
has long been a menace in our town,
and we ore proud that it has come to
We offer some fancy Sel'
Rising Flour in wood at a
sp~ecial pr~ice this week.
B. B. BRE EDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery
GET A D
In cas .v~'ou break the ones
in1 .cvenence wvhiile hiavinrg the
I rflThey are I
muighty good &
Safe Home, the bea match'
you ever ')saw, 1o60 and
double tipped; all sure strik-'
ers, we. offer 4 10c boxes for'
25c this week.
Pure Food Grocery
Mrs. W. E. Folk' and two children
of Denmark are visiting her parents
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Barrineau.
On account of the increasing busi
ness of the Home Bank & Trust Co.)
they have found it necessary to make
several changes in their building. Next
month the interior will be remodeled
and all new fixtures placed to accom
modate their ,patrons.
A public recital will be given fi'ri
day evening 8:30 at the Baptist
church, by pupils from the classes of
Mrs. E. C. and Miss Melite Swartz.
This is the last of a series of recitals
this year. The public Is cordially in
vited and an interesting program is in
Mr. Thomas J. Stukes, who \vas em
ployed by the Standard Oil Co., fell
(lead last Thursday while measuring
gasoline for Mr. John Thames, who
runs a store on the Kingstree road
about nine miles from Manning. lie
was forty-seven years old, and leaves
a widow and four children. The re
mains were interred in the Jordan
cemetery on Friday.
tied Monday in the Toumey Hospi
tal, Sumter, Mr. W. M. Davis of near
Alcolij. The deceased had been in ill
health for about two years, but had
only been in the hospital a few days.
Ile was a succesful planter and served
on the county bbard of commissioners
several years. le leaves a widow who
was a Miss Hodge.
Saturday night Policemen Windham
and Flowers raided the boarding
house of Ed Rhodes, colored on Church
street. They ran into a skin game
in full operation, and when Officer
Flowers kicked the door open, the
bunch made a rush for the windows,
some jumping from the second story,
but as they were flying through the
air Officer Windham's big gun called a
halt. They were all taken to the town
boarding house, but in a few minutes
the fines were paid which netted the
Jim Sprott and Chovin Sprott and
Miss Sue Sprott left this morning,
going through the country to Lynch
burg, Va., to attend R. U. W. C. com
mencenient which convenes Friday of
this week and ends on Tuesday, June
1st. ' Miss Sue M. Sprott graduates
this year. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sprott
leaves Friday morning. Miss Sue M.
Sprott. will come home through the
coumtry with her brother and cousins
bringing with her two of her class
mates, Miss Farnham of Connecticut
and Miss Whitson of Alabama.
CARD OF THA'KS
We wish to thank the many rela
tives .and friends for their kindness
and beautiful floral gifts sent them
in our recent bereavement. .
Mrs. Thos. J. Stukes and Family
CHANGE OF HOUR
Bishop W. A. Guery will hold ser
vices in the Episcopal Chapel on Sun
(lay afternoon, May 30th at 5 o'clock
p. m. This change of hour is for the
accommodation of the Pinewood
Read And Think About This Message
From Clemson -College.
Clemson College, S. C., May 21.
Bankers of Clarendon County:
Manning, S. C.
Reports just receivedl from United
States Department of Agriculture in
'ou now have it will save you much
broken ones repairedl.
SM E TR I ST,
s. This8 is a n~o'1 tim to~ '
>f them. Suipfy nearvy
quiick if you~ wat some
Acetylene and Foie Process
We do work of any kind, any size,
snywhere, any time. We weld any
part of tractors, trucks, automobiles
)r farm machinery, steol cast iron,
brass, aluminim, bronze, etc. cylinder
blocles, Auto springs, scored cylinders
id crank cases.
[F IT'S MADE OF METAL WE CAN
The best equipped plant in the state.
Workmanship second to none.
SHIP YOUR WORK TO UT
COMMERCIAL TIRE & WELDING
L707 Main '.. Columbia, S. C.
licates thirty four per cent reduction
)n wheat production this year. Un
ess someth ing is done to meet this
tituation flour will be on onme basis
is during war with this difference.
We were then blessed with large corn
?ields. Owing to unfavorable weather
'onditions and the natural incentive
:o grow cotton account of present
uigh prices and fear of the 'wider
ipread o' the weevil within next few
rears we are liable to have a distress
ngly short corn crop. This informa
ion to many farmers, bankers, ner
hants, cotton seed crushers and news
>apers men so that our farmers even
it this late date may be urged to in
reas'e our food supply and thereby
ave a serious situation most likely
o prevail this fall. I suggest county
neetings of prominent farmers, bank
!rs and merchants to consider situa
ion. Money without bread is not
atisfactory. Show this to all bank
W. W. Long.
Every farmer in Clarendon County
hould plant his oat patch in some
Iood et-op and thereby save the serious
ituation indicated by this telegram.
W. C. DAVIS,
President Clarendon County Cotton
PIIE PENSIONERS OF
The Pension Board met on Monday
md closed the Pensioners. At first
he board and myself thought that the
tension money could be paiid out with
>ut submitting the roll and the class
fication to the State Pension Commis
iioner. After thinking the matter
wer, I had aortalk with Mr. J. T
3tukes member of the board and he
hought that it would be well to call
ip the Attorney General or State
?ension Commissioner and find out
vhAnt they thought of this matter. I
.ailed to get the State Pension Com
nissioner but did get the Attorney
Jeneral, he thought that it would be
vise to submit this classification to
hp State Pension Commissioner and
et him 0. K. same before paving it
)ut and so advised. I sent the roll
%nd classification to Honorable D. W.
WcLturin, 'State Pension Commission
r by special delivery letter this after
ioon and asked that he 0. K. same at
,nee and return to me. I hope and
reel sure we can boein nayment by
iext Saturday miy the 29th.
.T. M. Windham.
Clerk of Pension Board.
Manning. S. C., May 25th, 1920.
IEMORY PF M R. TO i ST KES
3nly yesterday we saw him,
A tall and stalwart man,
[Ie loved his wife and children four,
As a loving father can.
No thob of fear was in him
Ile looked all in the face
rho handicanned he wavered not
To him it was his place.
Ah! then the fatal message
God had called him home,
Well done! my faithful servant,
Tfhou never more shall roam.
Tonight there is a vacant chair
A missing tender hand,
But pierenig through the veil of pight
"I'v'e found a fairer land."
In saidl but sweet remembrance of a
Levotedl father, B. P. Broadway, who
parted this life May 6, 1920.
Sleeop forever dlear fa ther,
And ever will you rest.
For on this earth of toil and sorrowv,
You have stood the test.
It wa's so sudden that you left us
That we missed our goodhyc kiss,
But today in heaven will Jesus
Yuare happy in bless.
Tea that's is Tea and be
lieVe me Chase & Sanborn's
Tea is some Trea. Better get
a can and see howv good it is.
B. B. BREED)IN'S
Pure Fiood Grocery
SCHIOLARISHIP ANDI ENTRANCE
TOe examinat~ion for the aw~ardl of
creat Scholarships in Wirthrop
'ohege and for the admission of
new studaents will he held at the
'ountv Court I'ouse 0.1 Friday, July
.at 9 a. a. Ap1liennt t m-ist not be
'iss th in rit . )-a of age.
hai eb Shir.> ate v'cu.t after
ul.t 2 they vrill be aw:.r-led to those
aldngij the highest ,'e' ge at this
in it in provid 'd e ' meet
h I - i'.ttns go'verr 'ti the award.
Se~itsfor Schol ail, ai . should
it( to Presi-lent o. 'son hefore
e'- e.nmiat ii r for Gehiolarshi p
Seb',i1m hins are wvorthi $!0() onl
f'e te'i ion. 'lhe ''xt sessiW.t t'i,
Ci -t emer n lid at 190. Io,
J. A. JAMES, Ores-Treais.
The season of real sp(
the Spring that he done I
freedom, the estascy and
cares he for the black tc
stone or root, or the inf(
cident to his emancipatic
thing, that has real life, i
fishing tackle or a Wine]
we will mention that we
for the real Home Provi<
Little Canes, Big Hooks,
size of Man and size of I
wishes we can supply yol
if there is any advanLagi
'We have a real Base B
School, Veterans and a f
guaranteed to lick any s
ter, of course it is necess
them to suit any age. "]
blow the cradle," that N
we were young it was cu
ting, all of the neighbor.
among the Old Body Gu
when our Fathers were,
The men of that general
are the losers by it. I ce
ing by a strap around th
blade an occasional "wh<
ca-ery fresh water to the
when a big dinner would
are being used, where th
age is small. Right now,
a good supply of Twine
Never was a more devoted father
To his children here,
But now, he is in heaven with Jesus,
Without sorrow, toil or care.
WFe miss you so much father
We treasure your honored name,
But we realize our earthly last
Is heaven's sweetest gain.
Thou hast taken our dear father
For some eause we do not know,
luit thou wilt help us live right
On this earth here below.
T1 wns hnrd to part
But Jesus knew the best
So He took hin\\ to heaven
Where there's eternal rest.
Now Jesus thou wvill keel) him,
For us while wve wait,
But thou wvill let him meet us
At the golden gate.'
By his dlevotedl daughters, Bertha
andl Falian Broadway.
WINTHIROP SHORT COURSE
Winthrop College makes it possible
for each county in the State to send
five girls and five women to attend the
H onme De monstration Short Course
giveni at the College from June the
third to twvelfth.
These girls are selected from their
recordls made last year in club work,
and from the best records up to the
present for this year's wvork. The
College furnishes board, lodging, ad
There is no way of
yourself against loss. T
POLICY on YOUR CRC
We can insure your
You miay never hav<
may come to you. Be ot
peace of wind.
S. W. RARRON
rt is at hand for th<
id jumper and lay a
delight of feeling l\
e nail, the swollen 11
,eted greasy rag aro
on. At this season v
something that can I
hester Jr. Rifle outfi
are prepared to grai
ler, in these line, Big
Little Hooks, Silk I
Nsh he expects to "
ur wants. TheFish f
3 it is with Mr. MoSi
all team of any age,
ew, who date back tc
imilar aggregation i
ary to have Ball, Ba
lock A-Bye baby in
vord suggest sometl
stomary in our comi
would send in their
ards, who stood gua
iway in "Ole Virgin
ion both white and
n see those old fello
e neck with a long r
t." It was the writ
cutters so that no ti
[ be served. We hav
e land planted has
, we still have a few
it 20 cents a pound.
by J. A. JA]
The Short Course will en
tically some in gardening
housekeeping, sewing, pou
and general home duties.
Many instructive lectui
given and a Recreational
have charge of all amusei
Special discussions v
with regard to reducing tl
of living, such as cutting
ing bills, reducing cost c
expenses, household furni
The following girls won
ships from Clarendon Cou
Harrington, Oakdale; Mai
Pinewoodl; Clarice Gibbonm
Lois Thompson, Trinity; I
bourg, Davis Station.
There is also a course
the women, five of whom
County, andl the College
board, lodging, and tuitic
ladies:- Mrs. .Joe Rittinei
Gamble, Miss DeBelle Evi
L. Gren Mrs. Willie JTohni
Mrs. S. 0. Plo
Flies carry Typh<
Germs, El Vampi
Flies. You can si
boxes for 25c from
B. B. BREEI
Pure Food Gr<
preventing 'a HAIL
'hat way is a HARtT]
~PS issued by THE I
Tobacco at $150 an
a HAIL but 1HAIL
th~ s:.ife side. It cos
US TOD)AY TO
ure anything agains
1904 J. A. JAMEs, Jr.
ierton, S. C., May 24, 1920.
young fellows, from the time in
side his shoes, he experiences real
[other Earth on his sole. What
eel from the encounter with the
und his toe, all of these are in
re want to do battle with some
ight back, consequently a good
t will appeal to him, incidentally,
ify his wishes and also to provide
Reels, Little Reels, Big Canes,
-jines Linen Lines according to
.etch." Get busy express your
mnd Mosquito are both biting fine,
primary, Eighth Grade, High
before the War. All home talent,
1 the county or state for that mat
Ls etc. to play the game, we have
the tree top, when the winds
ling to me-in years gone by when
nunity to have wheat or oats cut
- best Cradles and the rivalry
,rd over our mothers and sisters,
iy" fighting for what was right.
black have about passed, and we
ws now with their cradles, hang
ock in the hip pocket to give the
er's job as a very small boy, to
me would be lost at twelve o'clock
'e the Cradles in stock, numbers
not been stumped, or where acre
McCormick Binders on hand, also
)n Hardware Co.
ibrace prac- Where did you get that
0, canning, pound cake is what they A
iltry ork, say when you serve them
4will be Gardner's Famous Cake
lents. f resh shipment received
rill behold three times a week at,
le high cost
down cloth- B. B. BRE EDIN'S
" household Pure Food Grocery
tic Felde, CITATION NOTICE
lertha Rich- THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Clarendon
-,rovided for By JT. M. Windham, Probate Judge:
vill go from Whereas, Calvin Biosier made suit
furnishes to me to grant him Letters of Ad
n for these ministration of the Estate and effects
,Mrs. C. E- of Linvall Bosier.
mfs, Mrs. D- These are, therefore, to cite and ad
son-. monish all and singular the Kindred
wden-1 and Creditors of the said Linvanl
)em. Agent. Bosier dleceasedl, that they be andap
----.pear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Manning on the
)id F"ever nt (lay of JTune next, after publicatior#
r'o Kills hereof, at 11 i'elock in the forenoon,
. to showv cause, if any they have, why
ill get 3 the said Administration should not be
(Given under my hand this 18th dlay
N'S of May Anno Inomini, 192.
cery pd. Jludge of Probate.
but there is a way of protecting
'ORD) H A I L INSURANCE
4ANNING REALTY & INSUR
acre. Also your cotton~ and small
STORMS come to others and t'acy
1. so little and adds s.o nmuch to your
MORROW MA Y BE TOO L ATEF
JOHIN C. RAGNAL