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TO THE TOBAC
My opening s
thought they wou
sales were less th
approval of "wel
placed under his
meet any coml)Cti
house to market ;
Eastern South Cc
ers Warehouse oj
Keep your 'to
Coring, curing, et
xill not ge3t too r
Entered at the Postofli
MANNING, S. C.,
There is no()better evident
of loyalt~y to a town in which
is worth dlefending and suppw
the wvorldl. Yet in al imost ev
nothing good in their surrou
though it may be humble, it
them, and cared for them in
friends who ahve been steadt
andl~ spread clouds5 whe rever' ti
Tlhey often make lifec mi
piroach to themselves.
But there is a brighter
ed people heap upon their phl
ears. Tlheir neighbors and
might have been valuable cit i
pIositions have been warpe
fault otf their own.
T1hei r critic ism are l 4'1ist(
gotten ab)out as soon1 as utte1
Tlhe views of thle chtroni
those of any other adult eler
kicking his town he generall
A n exchange re ma rkr ti
safe a nd same, but dIry and
It is encouraging to not
at the cause of the high cos
the goats if' a few shots wer
scare a raven (ous, b(est with
F OR CONGRt sS
I hereby announce my can
re-nomination by the I
party for Representative in
from the First District, ple
self to complly with the ru~
RICHARD S. WIIG
CANIDATrE FOR CON
I am a candidlate for Con
the First Congressional D
pledge myself to abido the
the Primary and would apir
support of the voters.
W. TTURNER IA
,ay, July 20, Ope
CO GROWERS OF CLARENDON .
ale was entirely satisfactory to the f
ld be. I sold first primings as nign
ain one-third of last years receipts fc
owledge of South Carolina tobacco,
!are for sale. Cothran knows the a
tion in this line of work in the entire
our tobacco in., Cothran will give
- tobacc) to Manning and be assurec
)erated by Cothran is beautifully lig
bacco clean, remove green and burnt
c. Do not have any swelled stems
mci order in it. Last when you he
ere in Tobaccodom.
~~ :' ~ r .f;!UL j
ce at Manning as Second-Class Matter.
t & Shope, Proprietors.
shed Every Wednesday
ates $2.00 per year in Advance
WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1920.
T KICK YOUR TOWN
-e of a conmmendable community spirit than that
a person lives. If a town is worth living in it
rting in its efforts to advance wvith the rest ot
'ry community you wvill find1 people who can see
ndings. They can not rocognize the fact that
yet is home--that it has clothed them, and fed
sickness and in health, and has furnished then
at and true. They magnify its imperfectiom
wriable for others and invariably make it a ire.
ide to this story. The abuse these short sight
ce ofC abode( generally falls upon unsympathetii
friends know them as they are--as peop~le wvh<
enls (a pable of conistructive wvork, hut whose dIis
ni younger days, possibly Lbhrough no particuila
ned( to with grood naturedl patience, but are for
k kicker atnd fault finder have less weight thai
ent of the human race. When lie thinks hei
y finds that he is kicking himself insteadl.
mat this year the nation's birthday was not onl
flusty. It was.
e that both political parties are taking a wallo
t of living, but it would b~e more satisfactoryt
Staken at the men hehind the cause. You can
a windly "boo.''
xds SUP OF DUATO
-____- I hereby offer for re-election to tI
office of County Superintendent
E'ducation, subject to the rules of tl
d idacy for ----RONE
emocratic ~~ - - - ~ - ~ ~ --
Congress CANDIIDATE FOR SHIERIFFI
les of the I hereby announce myself a candi
ate for the office of Sheriq of Clare
LEY. (Ion County subject to the rules of t
---- J. EDWARD GAMBLE.
GR ESS -----~ - - ~ -~
CAND)IDATE FORt SHERIFF
istrict andl I hereby announce myself a et
result of dlidate for the office of sheriff of Clh
reciate the endon county subject to the rules
the Democratic party.
)GA. M .T. 3.OODwlN.
A t the E
ning Day, waf
%ND CONTIGUOUS COUN'I
armers who had tobacco with
as fifty dollars per hundred.
r the opening sale. Cothran
he having handled same for t
uctioneering' game as well as a
tobacco world, barring none.
you service from every stand
of the fact that we are going
hted and will meet your app
tobacco.before offering same
n your tobacco and be carefu
w~'e observed above, when you
Yours for best service t
CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF
At the suggestion of a few friends
I have decided to 'enter the race for
Sheriff of Clarendon County subject
to the rules of the Democratic pri
J. 11. TIMMONS.
CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the office of Sheriff of Clarendon Couni
ty subject to the rules of the Demo
L. S. BARWICK.
CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the ornice of Sheriff of Clar
endon County. Promising to abide the
results of the Democratic primary.
E. RI. PLO WDEN.
CA ND11IDATE F'OR SUPERVISOR
By request I will stand for re-ece
Lion to the office of County Supervisor
subject to the rules of the D~emocratic
primary. we want you to inforn
yourself as to what has been dlone ir
all departments of the County govern.
nent for the past three years, and vot<
J. E. KELLY.
F'OR CLERtK OF CO)URTl
I herehy announce myself a can
diidate for re-election to the office o
Clerk of Court of Clarendon County
Subject to the rules of the Democrati
J1. B. CANTIEY.
FOlt flOUSE REPRtESENTATIVI
The frilends of Capt. HI. I. Ellerb
offer himu a sa candidate for the Hlous
0of Representatives, lediging that h
t wil labide b~y the rules of the D~emc
TO IMPROVE C:ITIIZENSHIIP
The State of South Carolina i-cali:
eing the great need of impr-oving h<
eitizenship, by reducing the number <
10 lhiterantes within her hounds, has ma<
an appropriation for the purpose <
establishing schools for Adults, in su<
-sections as they are mtost needed.
Many schools did excellent work
other- counties last nummer- and i
d- hope for good results from this wo:
n- in Clarencdon County during t1
rio month of August.
Co-operation is necessary to su
cess and every person intd'rested, c
- pecially every teacher and trustee
urged to attendl a meeting at t
Court House at 12 o'clock Saturdle
24th. It is hoped that our Sta
.n- Supervisor, Miss Will Lou Gray, w
tr- be present.
of Minnie McF'addcin,
Organizer of Adult Schools f
; entirely Satisfacto1
me for sale today.' Prices were much
The offerings on the market today were
had a good-strong sale from the start to ti
wenty-five years, easily enables him to g4
ny man in the business, having had sevei
You will not make any mistake when 3
oint that you cannot beat anywhere else i
to have a market second to none, and kee
.oval from every standpoint.
for market. Second, keep your tobacc<
I not to pull it green; take out of the bari
get ready to market it, bring some to C<
JUST A MI]
I AS"alpreciativeness a of
[ that we are moving in or
'>erg Company's Store, recent
offering our entire stock of n
Trhis is without a doubt
New, Fashionable Summer E
ing and surrounding country
- you will take advantage o2 th
Over Weinberg Co.
ry to his Trade.
higher than the farmers or buyers
light compared to last season. , The
Le finish and all the farmers voiced their
At the top notch prices for all tobacco
1teen years experience. Cothran cam
rou select the Big New Planters Ware
n.he entire tobacco marketing belt of
p in mind the fact that the New Plant
> well cared for at home, including suc
a dry and pack down in a place where it
>thran, where you will get service un
naSm: :u mum nummmmmmmmummm:r
past patronage-and for the reason
ir new Millinery Parlors in Wein
ly prepared for our business, we are
?w millinery at exactly Half Price.
,the greatest opportunity to buy a
[at ever offered the ladies of Mann
-an~d we (10 advise and hope that
is wonderful offering.