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DEMOCRATIC CLUB ROt L
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
Books of Enrollment for voting in the
approaching elections will be opened
for the following clubs, at the places
herein designated, the name of the
same of the Secretary and Enroll
ment Committee of each club also fol
Eurollment committee C. W. Brown,
W. R. Davis and R. H. Belser. Books
open itt store of C. W. Brown.
,Enrollment committee, Edgar P
Epps, J. J. Epps and J. S. Evans.
Books open at residence of Edgar P.
- Davis Station Club
Enrollment committee, Plummer
Clark, A. S. Rawlinson and J. M.
Gamble. Books open at store of
Enrollment eommittee, W. D. Wil
son, L, S. Barwick ard H. .J. Tisdale.
Books open at store of Eadon-Wilson
New Zion Club
Enrollment committee, J. P. Buddin
J. H. DuBose and J. Smith. Books
open a New Zion Furniture Co.
Enrollment committee, H. W. Cole,
J. J. Hicks, M. D. Baird and F. N
Thomas. Books open at store of J.
F. Cole & Son.
Enrollment committee, C. S. Land,
W. T. P. Sprott and J. C. Land. Books
open at store of J. C. Land.
Foreston Reform Club
Enrollment committee, J. A. Roberts
G. A. Holiday and J. E. Graham.
Rooks open at store of J. E. Graham.
Enrollment committee, Joseph
Sprott, Jr., M. J. Davis and H. C.
Cousar. Books open at store of Joseph
Enrollment committee, J. L. Bar
row, R. P. Barrow and R. M. Webster.
Books open at residence of J. L. Bar
Enrollment committee, J. D. McFad
Iin, E. D. Hodge, and B. H. Harvin.
Books open at residence of J. D. Mc
Enrollment committee, E. J. Browne
C. R. Sprott and T. M. Mouzon. Books
apen at office of County Supt. of Edu
Manning Farmers' Platform Club
Enrollment committee, J. M. Wind
haim, J. F. Bradham and J. K. Breed
in. Books open at office of Judge of
Enrollment committee, J. W. Wide
man, W. M. Plowden and F. P. Bur
lEARN the wor
Laway of sav
time and temper.
out your garmen
P bing board. Quit b)
S back and fretting
over a miserable'
The easy Clea,
of washing has tal
P by storm. Woi
I where are delighi
IEt's the quickest,
bsimplest way of vi
thing from heav:
S wash. over-night.
IP. on insIde of
gass. Books open at offlee of J. W.
Enrollment committee, W.. J. Tyr
beville, D. L. GreerA and E. A. Coker.
Books open at store of Turbeville and
Doctor Swamp Club
Enrollment committee, W. C.
Thames, J. D. Mitchum and Henry
DuBose. Books open at Rehoboth
Sandy Grove Club
Enrollment committee. J. H. Ham,
W. D. MlpFaddin and Silas Floyd.
Book open at reidence of J. H. Ham.
Harmony Club v
Enrollment committee, A. G. White,
E. R. Plowden and E. B. Tindal.
Book opbn at reidence of A. G.
Enrollment committee, A. F. Gause,
W. D. Young and J. J. Barfield. Books
opien at office of A. F. Gause.
Enroilment committee, H. J. God
win, P. E. Lowder and C. .1. Haley.
Books open at stare of F. C. Thomas.
Enrollnent committee, J. A. James,
W. D. Allen and A. J. Richbourg.
Books open at store of Summerton
Davis Cross Roads Club
Enrollment committee, J. E. Rowe,
Thomas S. Rogan And W. B. Davis.
Books open at store of C. A. Harvin.
Enrollment committee, B. K. Drake
ford, R. E. Davis and S. C. Way.
Books open at store of B. K. Drake
Enrollment committee, I. H. Gar
land, R. E. McFaddin and Joseph Rit
tiner. Books open at store of W. H.
Enrollment committee, R. A. Rid
gill, 11. B. Richardson and R. A.
Lawrenre. Books open at store of
B. C. Minis.
Enrollment committee, J. S. DuRant,
E. M. MeElveen and Maynard Smith.
Books open at residence of J. S. Du
In all cases the voter must enroll
in the Club nearest his place of resi
dence, calculated by the nearest prac
ticable route, and can vote only at the
voting place of such Club, and the ter
ritory included by this test, shall be
considered the Club District of such
Club; no person shall be enrolled in
any Club except in the Club District
in which he resides.
The Books of Enrollment shall be
opened by the Secretary of each Club,
or by the enrollment, just as soon as
the books are received.
Each applicant for enrollment shall,
in person, write upon the Club roll his
derful, new bar of Clean Ea
ng clothes, tons of water an
Don't .wear Boil and stir ci
on a scrub- ten minutes.
eaking your gets right dow
your fingers Dirt, grime at
~vash tub. give up the gh
out of sight. I
i Easy way dry and you n
ten the town clean, white, w
-nen every- ments in your I
easiest and They last l<
rashing any- Clean Easy gox
/ overalls to doesn't hurt e
are freed from
u soak the drudge. Starn
Cut up %/ Clean Easy fro
LOUISVILLE FOOD PRODUC'TS Co..
name,'and ihimediately thei'efter his
age, occupation -and post .ofce' . ad
dress; if the name be illegible' the
Secretary shall write the nvan be
neath the signature of tie applicant.
In 'the event of the Inability of the
applicant- .to -write - he' may make' his
mark upon the rol, which shall be
vitnessed by the Secretary, or other
person then having the custody there
The last Tuesday in July shall be
the last day of enrollment, and with
in three days thereafter each Secre
tary shall trarismit the original roll
to the County Chairman.
In order to vote this summer every
votei- must re-enroll. The old books
cannot be used, and those who do not
enroll by . the last Tuesday in July
shall be disqualified from participa
tion in the primaries.
The Executive committee is ready
at all times to render any assistance
within its power, or give any infor
S. Oliver O'Bryan,
F. P. Burgess,
Manning, S. C., May 31, 1920-22-4t
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Claren'don
By J. M. Windliam, P'robate Judge:
Whereas, Calvin Bosier made suit.
to me to grant hipi Letters of Ad
ministration of the Estate and effects!
of Linvall Bosier. I
These are, therefore, to cite and ad-!
monish all and singular the Kindred
and Creditors of the said Linvall
Bosier deceased, that they-be and ap
pear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Manning on the
7th,day of June next, after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,,
to show cause, if any they have, why
the said Administration should not be
. Given under my hand this 18th day,
of May Anno Domini, 1920.
- J. 1A. Windham,
pd. Judge of Probate.
The following' certificate in Mann
ing Development Company has been
lost or destroyed. Notice is hereby
given that aplication will be made to'
the said Manning Development Com-I
pany at its office in Manning, S. C.,,
at -the office of DuRant & Ellerbe, for
the issuance of a new certificate to re
lpace same, on the 3rd day of June,
Certificate No. 1 for 2 'shares issued
to Louis Levi. I
17-6wks. Louis Levi.
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today. Buy 4
m your grocer.
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of 20 c
Clemson College, June 8.-Clar
ndon County, thanks to the push of
Wounty Agent A. M. Musser, has in
reased her already big lead in the
Better Sires-Better Stock" crusade,
welve new members from that
ounty having been added to the
olls since the report published last
veek. No namcs from other coun
ies were reported during the week.
ollowing are the twelve ndditions:
Summerton, S. C., L. I). Sports,
. A. Ridgill, W. E. James, R. B.
Ielet,, L. R. Watt, J. Sidney Watt,
M. Watt, H1. A. Hodge, I. Y.
adlon. W. J. Brunson, E. S. Dingle.
Manning, S. C., R. T. larrington.
Lucious blueberries-many f,
rhich. are three-fourths of an inch int
iameter-that sell for $10 a bushel!
U.eh is the product securd by a Ne
ersey grower, whose principal busi
ess has been growving cranberries but
rho mor'e recently has taken up the,
ultivation of blueberries. , At pre
ent he has 20 acres which lhe has
lantedl, in part, with carefully select-I
dI wild blueberry stock and, in part,
~ith hybrids furnished by the Bureau
f Plant Indlustry of the United
tates Department Agriculture. Not
nly are the berries on this track of
'cry high quality but the yield is
'rolific, the older plants producing at
he rate of nearly 100 bushels to the
crc. The plantation is situated at
Vhitesbog, near Browns Mills.
The success of this grow- r is but
mec instance of what is 1,eing done
onmmercially by men who are utiliz
ng the information supplied by the
)epartment of Agriculture scientists.
['he latter have made a study of blue
>erry culture for 'several years and
re able to furnish data regarding
he best varieties and the most suit
ble soils. Of particular significance
s the fact that blueberries thrive best
m peat and sandl soils, so acid as to
>e considleredl worthless for ordinary
'griculture. Thus through blueberry
-udture it is p)ossible to utilize many
racts which have been regardedl as
aspecially hard and unpromising.
BILL 1S PASSED)
Washington, June 4.-After a tem
pestuous voyage, the bill establish
ing condlitions under which the great
govern men t-ownedl merchant fleet
wventually is to be sold-to Americans
if possible, to foreigners if not
finally was pas'sedl tonight by Con
gress. It will be sent to President
The Senate voted on the measure
three times andl the House twice.
A fter the first Senate action, which
followed long hearings before the
merchant marine committee, the bill
was sent to conference.
It was reportedl out this week, and
the Senate promptly approved the con
fCnroneC rennet The TiInan. however,
t for you
V C sires so c
they were ms
ish and choii
are a revelatic
Camel blend t
leave no unpi
taste; no unp
To get a fin
S.m you so com:
Are .old ...,,,,,,, puff-for-puff
f*.',*/Ze/0 the world at
;r-covered carton. We fer qualityto'
rI ecommend this u lt
fo~r the home or office
,r when you travel" R. J. REYNOLDS TC
held that the conference had exceeded
their authority in writing in legisla
tion and sent it back.
The conference todar struck out the
section to which the House objected
and the Senate again approved the
confeience report. Not so the House,
however, the measur again going back
to conference as the result of a parlia
mentary tangle. The conference made
a third report tonight and it was ac
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fit your -cigarette de
ompletely you'll agree
ide to meet youir tagtet
ror, ffagrance and met
y due to Camels qual
blend of choice Turk
le Domestic tobaccos
In! You will'prefer the
o either kind of tobacco
3ls you can go the li'm
g your taste. They
easant cigaretty after
leasant cigaretty odori
e on why Camels win
letely compare them
with any cigarette in
My price. You'll pre
coupons or premiumst
BACCO CO., Winston-Salem, N.d.
cepted by the House by a vote of 145
to 120 after a long debate.
The shipping board of seven mem
bers, created by the bill, is directed to
make the sale of the government fleet
as expeditiousl yas is consistent with
good business judgment. Sales inay
be on an installment basis payment to
be made over a period of fifteen years
if the vessels are taken by Americans
and ten years if taken by foreigners.
and Heating Co.
fce. Phone 155
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give us the U
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