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Ob iIkunna EInas.
Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1920
Miss Ruth Cothran is the guest of
relatives in Tula, Texas.
Mrs. W. P. Legg is visiting her
brother in Savannah.
31r. R. D. Clark is spending several
days at Glenn Springs.
Mr. R. R. Jenkinson is spending a
couple of weeks at Glenn Springs.
Mr. S. W. Thompson visited his
mother in Marion county last week.
Mr. F. C. Thomas returned home
this morning from Atlanta, where he
went on a business trip.
Mr. R. E. McFaddin of Sardinia un- parl
derwent a serious operation in Char- fror
leston Monday. self
Congressman P. 11. Stoll of King
stree was a visitor to Manning yester
The Manning Warehouse will again. I
be open this season with Mr. E. W. the
Harris & Sons at the helm. ped
Mr. Joe Plowden of Atlanta spent sup]
last Sunday in Manning with his
father Mr. II. D. Plowden.
The Clarendon Motor Co., has be- I
gan work on their new automobile offie
show room on West Boyce street. Edu
- Mr. Frank Clark of Charleston
spent Sunday with his parents in Man
Mr. S. Oliver O'Bryan and family I
left last Thursday for Saluda where ate
they will spend the summer. Piled
Mr. .J. A. Weinberg has purchased _
from the estate of Louis Appelt the
store building occupied by B. B. Breed
Come on candidates the primary is ate
just two months, and the dear people (loll
are looking for your name in The Dew
Mr. E. R. Plowden has been ap- G
pointed sheriff by Governor Cooper to
till the unexpired term of the late E. ter
B. Gamble. tie
The store known as the Little store
about five miles east of Manning was com]
destroyed by fire last Wednesday tion
night. of P
Ar. G. M. Smith is spending a few A. I
days in Whitmire, and from there he*
will o to Baltimore to buy goods for
Weinberg Co. tIc'
Hon. Charlton Dullant left Friday a Ild
for Sanl Francisco to attend the )emo- I"
e-ratic National Convention, of which F.1"
he is a delegat'. Ri
Dr. A imt is cntem-lating the ad
dition of a second-story on his drug ,
tore building which he will convert
lsr Furmanl Whit(" George,
Grri nit~lir. t!t itosh of Columbia
Motor)""( iowI to .Alannt1ing Sunday to
visit Air. and Airs. C. 11. White.
Died stddI.nly; at his hotme inl lBeal-,
fort last Saturhiy Air. SanmU' Spatks.
The ik-e~tasdi li'vi in midoll sev
era1:'' ensa and is welvl r tetmneeed
'Th ''Carolina Bus'' 'aught fire yes
trthi afterniton :mdi was badly ldam
:uI which will tru-eessi tate it beinig
out of bus iness for' s''verailidays. Tlhe
fire is sitpposedi to hav'~e bee tcausedl"O~
MisSt' Sprtt~ w'ill ti'ach aoi
th Alatnnint (Grat'-d Sihood next ses
s~tt -'lt n\~ nrotlling her' ehass
an' v il I iidto heat ftrtm atny
pitois wit 'esi'o take lesso,(ns
h --.... ..riiencei in this itf
iiar itrin Irtiy after
o1 '' Appet. who has boeen
two yeIrs, has bten transfredt Jt.
S-rt lltn iTexas.'- A Mis Ap\t
('n iii tto ' Manin t i s mnorin g toi
: o n - 'l at an-t
p ii to ' he 1 th-is lin. i
W e ar ai S ' i!.i ft B
P~ild Sed Tra fo Ef-ti
(~ ~ *
then you might have poor
) M E T R I S T,
Uneeda Biscuits and any
other 10c packages of ci'ack
ers at $1.00 a dozen.
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery
mon Richardson, Morgan Dubrow,
Julius Ness, William Crouch, Stephen
Nimmer, Jack Stalnaker, James
Kennedy, Lucious and John Harvin.
The members of the Health and
Charity committee of the Civic League
have several urgent calls for discard
ed clothing of every kind and size.
They would appreciate a few articles
from those who have any usefu Ithings
they care to give for this purpose.
The committee takes this means of
asking for these articles as the need is
urgent and we would appreciate a
prompt and generous response. Any
articles or packages of articles left
at Weinberg Co's store at any time be
fore Saturday afternoon will be called
for by the committee and much ap
preciated by them.
Mr. C. E. Windham an experienced
automobile.-decorator from Sumter
has opened up a business here, in the
building recently occupied by the
Brockinton motor Co.
Some time ago Mr. Musser and my
self made a canvas: of several com
munities to see what could be done re
lative to a Bull association for this
county. We were able to practically
complete three units and lack just
three or four men in each of the other
units. I am sure that we can secure
an association with five or six units.
I also know that several are anxious
to know why they have not been call
ed on for the money and Bulls sup
plied to the units that have been com
pleted. As you know Mr. Musser is
ill in the Hospital and my health is
such that I will have to leave the
county on July 1st for a rest, so we
Don't forget that El Vam
piro is still on the job when
it comes to killing flies.
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Foo( Grocery
to our excellentI
mteials a jOb
I we will gladlly
es for both the
Vith years of ex
p)ositionl to inter
ly\ eOlme ou1 Way.
f. yu have somec
beyond the skillI
the head of ouir
kniow it andR
mhee. as is too
WXe use ~Lcas I
lpure( Linseed oil
Pure Colors iln
UI . S. Govern..
h. Lucafs' eele
nIhesO , EnamelsI
vs etc. ete.
If You Hav
And dread the light,
silght. And to make sur
hereby announce my candidacy for
onination by the Democratic
,y for Representative in Congress
r the First District, pledging my
to comply with the rules of the
RICHARD S. WHALEY.
.ANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS
am a candidate for Congress from
First Congressional District and
ge myself to abide the result of
Primary and would appreciate the
)ort of the voters.
W. TURNER LOGAN.
SUPT. OF EDUCATION
hereby offer for re-election to the
of County Superintendent of
'ation, subject to the rules of the
E. J. BROWNE.
i.ANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF
hereby anonunce myself a candid
for Sheriff of Clarendon County.
ging to abide the results of the
CHARLES F. JENKINSON.
:ANDIDATE F( SHERIFF
hereby announce myself a candid
ror the office of Sheriq of Claren
County subject to the rules of the
J. E. GAMBLE.
>vernor Cooper has appointed the
nissioners to investigate the mat
>f the petition for an election on
annexating of the Pinewood see
to Sumter county. The district
)oses ninety square miles. The
iiissioners in favor of the annexa
are H1. L. Baxley and T. B. ims'
inewood, against W. R. Davis, and
L Briggs of Silver.
aster Harold Abrams entertained
neosday afternoon a few of his lit
'riends in honor of his fourth
y, Various games were played,
his little guests were Misses Nell
ler, Helen Wells, sarah Coffey,'
Ilarvin. Irma Katzof, Margaret
y, Marie Nimmer and Master Sea
Is at your sen
We have added~
line of p)aintinlg
p~erienQce inl pain
ling, We are in a
of wVork that mi
(Tne thing sureC,
thing to <be dont
ofi oui' Workmlfal
often~ the ease.
L(ead and Zine,
oil, used byN the
bent. I(eas Y'a
is]) Stl~ilns, Val
uto l 'aints, I
At1 The Mau1nrdi
We were particulary
spring in securing a ft
goods all the standard in
for your selection the i
suit every age and tast
KOK, SENNET, (
White Oxfords .
Palm Beach Oxfords
Charred Russet Oxford
Russian Calf Oxfords
Tan Kid Oxfords .
Glazed Kid Oxfords -.
Bal Panama Oxfords .
All in widths and si
Men's Champion Bals,
Men's National Quarter
Clothing, Furnishing G(
iety, of Course.
The D. J.
14 N. Main Street
Just think of it a 35c pack,
age of Dates for 10c at
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery
thought best to let the matter stan<
just where it wn. until the return e
Mr. Musser and m'self.
C. A. Mc addi)n .
HIOG CHO1LERA WVORK
FOR CLARENDON COUNT)
on account of the illness of Mr
Musser and I myself not beir.' abi<
to do the hog cholexra work Clemnsoi
College is sendling D)r. Wood here t<
have charge oif this work for a shor
Lime. If you have sick hogs or wanl
your hogs inoeulatedl against cholera'
please have it done at onee. Dr. Woo<
can he found at my olice at Homi
Bamnk amnd TIrust Co.
C. A. McFaddIin.
Colgates latest thing ii
Talcum Powder in tin ant
glass. Pahni olive Soap 104
a cake at,
B. B. BR EEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery
On IALst Sun~f
stroy ingL 'Tobaccc
there is a way of;,
that wa'y is ! HAl
ma~y \ imit you e.t
ii V~WI~ NSIJIl
--- - - --$4.00 to $9.0
-- --- ----- - ---.... $8.5
- ---- - - - $10.00 to $15.00
-- --.- --- -- -- $10.00 to $18.00
--- ---- - - - $12.50 to $18.00
- -----.$13.5u to $18.00
- -----------$15.00 to $18.00
------- ---- ---..--.$3.50
veling Bags in Quantity and Var
r Clothing Co.
JER & MARX CLOTHES
Sumter, S. C.
S Fancy Lemons 30c a dozen
;tukes from at,
staeek in B. B. BREEDIN'S
Ernest Pure Food Grocery
tending the be gotten at once. I think that it is
rofford Col- one of the best paying causes that you
could contribute to. Farmers rally to
as returned the call and let's have the grader the
ire she at- coming season. This is important if
rt Course. we expect to keep Manning cotton
of Colum- market up to the high standard that
t her son'a we set the past season.
Is Myers'. Yours trul
studymng in C. A. McFadldin.
Mrs. ddy-CARlD OF THIANK(S
>endng hisI wish to express my appIreciation
mmeringthn. to the friends and neighbors for their
many kindnesses (during the illness
and dleath of my father.
ICR I. Miss Racheal Richbourg.
[o on You wviil say it's fine, fine is
right too, and( the price is 3
mning rc'anz- p)ounlds for $1.00, I forgot to
of haivmg a
market that say I am talking about our
buted about Smoked Bacon. Come in and1
0salary of .hi tr.
up to the give thsatil
itnt- It will B. B. BREED)IN'S
vi aeto Pure Food Grocery
::t u:titit :tttitittttt ttitittitititti!!ttttt:!!:
Four o'clock a. very destr'ue
>f Clarendon County dle
of pre'venting a HAiL but
ga instl a. loss .by IHail and
RkANCE POIC(Y on your
r(ow may b~e to late ats a hail
.iO1HN C. h1AGNAL~
r fortunate this
i1 line of straw
takes, and offer
iewest styles to
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7es to suit you.
ods, Trunks, and Tra
'ST STOCK! IN E2
)F HART, SCHAFFP
Mrl.. and](I MIrs. E. G.
iar lere spent, part of I
Messrm Joe Chewning
June are visiting in Spat
Rev. W. S. Myers is at
preachers Institute at 'A
Miss Bertha Richburg b
from Winthrop College w
tended the Club Girls Sho
Mrs. Addyline LaGronc
bin is spending awhile a
anI daughters, Rev. and M
Misis Elizabeth Sprott is
-the Summner Manning Se!
i Ms. W.- S. Myers and
lin L a~rone spent the
Mrts. Joe .Chewning is s
t wteek wvith relat ives in Si
COTTON G R AID
What Are The F'armiers c
Going to do About a
The business men of Mm
in th~ Ile great im01portancke
ICotton Grtader' on this
they hiave alIreadIy con tri
$1 500.00) towardil( pay~%inogt
this man. It certainlyi
Farme(rs to raise like amae
hei n~ecessary to have thi:
Sec!ure a Grader add it
tay afttern'oon about
, Cotton and1 Corn.
Unlerv there is no wa'
pro)t'ting(. yoursl i'-;c
R~''~TIORD U AlL INS
-S2e us today.-TomTl