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The Home ol
Cbc fIIanniug Elmes.
Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST I,
Mr. G. TI1. Floyd lost a tobacco barn
by fire last Friday night.
Dr. Claud Breedin of Anderson is
visiting his parents in Manning.
Mrs. C. R. 1I a rvin, and daughter,
Mliss loulie are visiting in Orange
Manning an G( swego phlayedl ball
here last Th)ursdlayv, Mlann ing winning
8 to 2.
Mr. Eng]inrh Plow~len has returned
home from a trip in the mountains of
TPhe Bradhaim Duroe la rm h)U rais
ed the age limit in their contest, mai(
ing it openi to all.
Mr. S. W. B~arr)n ta me }home Sun
(lay Crom) a trip through the oil fiels
Mr. J1. W. Rigby calrri.d his dlaugh
ter, (Gertrude to Colu mbhia Mlonday for
Misses Flora and J.oha Kelly of
Gree~nv'ille,. are the guests of M .\iss
Gussie Grumbli Ie.
M \rs. G. M'. WAells oft Georgetow isV)
visiting her <laugh ter, Mrs. 'I'. 1.
a position with the Pailme(tto Hank of
MIr. J1. A. Wei nberg has retun ed
home from Bat tle Crieek , MIich., where
he has been for the pas two months).V
Tihe Wee N'ee hals ball league, corn- I
lp(sed of Sum meriton , Ola nta, Kingd
striee and f.ake City, closed theiri
season Monda(y. Sumlmerton won the
is a little more tha a3 monthi to op
that your (hihl's eyV(S need glaiss
You) get-t he be0St seric andI bm1est
During July C]
There is no b
Price, Service Z
Save Your Clothes
And Time, Strength and Money
Clothes are worn out on a scrubbing
board us n11u1ch am oi your back. M-:..
pecially is this trie of fine clothes.
llundreds of thousands (of dollars tire
scrubbed away every year.
You cari stop this waste an(d wash
your clothes q1uicker, bettfer and more
eConomically in the wviindlerfil Clean
Eal'sy way. Wornen everywhere tell
us that they never heard of anything
as helpful as (lean :asy-- and as
eCltllical. You will be delighted
with it, once you s'o it wort.
Just ilnagine1 anlf averagi. wee~k's
washinig dontte in tegi10 miut(s andl for
013afew cetnts! And dtone withott
Serubbinrg. withou111t Ix pensive umi '
(lines -+-very gain~ent elenned.l andil
s1terilized! lyOtdetrftt, isn't it? 'There
ne(ver was anth iing like It!
All youi1 do ls soak you0r wash* over
night andl hol11 in 4%'~ gallons oIf water
andt l bar oif shlredded'( (lean ti.:ay3
dislvd. Stir for tenI rnlintats.5 rin(SO
doe. li tte r thlari it ver was. biefiore.
(if i'oujrse, you inulst t ry (lean0 lasy.
I eside's wlearing out ('lotheIIs, th ldi
style Washbosard1 wcars .1)11 titI
ruins your handhs--iin154hIi'ti
I isle anid ma)1kes youii old bieftor. your
tI 1n1. iOul Ow it to y'tlIrSe.lf. 114 vour
famuity and lto yourii) friti.' '5 I t ' b the
brnighlt. tlhe'iry, happyli wVomlal n.ii l
forglttetn the ills andt m0isery of wash
Itng. 'ry3 (l-an l-'asy Na II ihotl ine
Wiashi Sioap today. Not iii h0w dhiffer
Crnt it looks fromu othe r s--andi lhl
different 3' it works! l'ettliw directlins
(it, lit'hi sidlo of theo wrappler. At your '
Miss Ma~ttie A Iplit returnled home
rom) I Pieltlersonv'illec last lFriday,
'here she. spentt the past mionthI.'
Mlessr's Joseph Di) kson0 and F". P'.
r States bly atombile~ I.
Miss 'M1ilIdred WhitIe returned( }ime
Vei dsdy mnorin rg a fter' a pleasati
Weare plrouid of t he confidlence dioc.
>rs, druggists and t he pubhlic havte in)
Gli ('hill antd F'ever TIonic.
T O ME TR IS T,
?:*u*:tuttittt t ltitttitfititt:t
pounds of toba<
etter tobacco m
and no !better 1
K S W
Dr. J. D. Martin of Summnierton is
visiting friends here. t
Mr. Joe Davis left Saturday for a v
busin-ss trip to Baltimore. r
Miss Mary Johnson will leave to
morrow for Fountain Inn to visit Mrs. 11
Sam Kellett. s
Mr. W. A. Galloway mntd family of I
Clinton are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Galloway.
Mrs. II. L. Crouch and family left 8
Sunday for Goldshoro, N. C. to visit n
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perkins. a
Miss .Riby McElveen has accepted
a position as stenographert with the
Manning r'Ocery Comipany.T
Mr. William JTames of Cheraw spent t
est erday at the home of Dr. J. A. Cole
,nd today he is visiting his brother, 9,
apt. J. A. JTames at Sumimerton.
r.adMrs. .Joe Davis andl Miss
Fannie .Jamies Daivis and Charlie C
)avis motored to Florence and spent B,
he week-end with relatives there. 0
Fire dlestroyed the tobamcco barn of
~d I a ttieldl ,eolored, last Thursday
right. The loss was about $2,000 as
le had a new engine, wvoodl saw anid
ilows undter the shed. , N4o insurance. er
Miss A nnie Tha mts Manlning's lead (
nig millhner has left for Baltimore and "
Jew York to 1purmchase Fall millinery. ifl:
liss Thames will bring back a more
omlel(te linei of hats than ever before
aiiied ii X Mannuing ,p iprn no ex
Iense in h(er purcha '(ss
11he Woderful Soil Improver
Sowv If In your corn and cotton
at the ;ast, wor king, and next
year you ra~n planil. I hese two
('ropst on thei san mile mil aut i
blggt'r ciropt. It Is etonstiered'I
w'~or th $20) Ii 90 Per acre In the
merencsted pruliivem-ss and li..
proveid ine hanicaI conldittion of3
ORIMBON OLOV~n ma mU
an1 1 eelit watiter adg spiring
graz'iing crop, thme best of early
gr'een feed arid a gooid hamy crop.
T. W. Wood & Sons,
OUSE sold for
:co for $72,26'
arket today in
A R E
Mrs. i. J. Hailey and little daugh
er, Virgie left last Wednesday for
kshville, N. C. to spend a few days
nith her daughter, Mrs. H. L. Tim
The Davis Dairy has decided to sell
ulk to the local trade of Manning in
Lead of shipping their milk. Any one
'ishing to buy milk can write Davis
Darlington and Manning played ball
ere yesterday. Darrington winning
to 1. The local team is composed
ostly of home boys ,and the visitors
re all professional players. Manning
as simply outclassed.
The county campaign opened at
urbeville last Thursday. All of the
ndlidates madle their talks, and every
ing p~assedl off pleasantly. Trhere is
'actically no interest being mani
sted in politics this year, not even
Trhe Twventieth Century Mother's
ub will meet at the home of Mrs. J.
Cantey on Friday afternoon at 5:30
-lock. Members of this Club are
gedl to attend this nmeetin.
Mrs. J. E. Arant,
sec. Mother's Club.
Messrs. J1. L. Ridgeway and Walk
llollidany have returned from a trip
rough the boll weevil sectiot; of
orgia. They report a very interest
T~his is to warn you
large again. He is lurk
is; known by the name of'
D~on't wait until you
before you think seriousli
Look at the matter oi
paid out in premiulms pro
D)ON'T D)ELAY---SEE I
S. W. BARRON
E H 1
producers at firsi
'.73, making ar
i CLARK'S for
R. D. CLAR
ing trip and recount many instances
of where the boll weevil has wiped up
practically entire crops.
Mrs. J. A. Cole entertained 'a num
ber of neighborhood friends at an in
formal porch party Wednesday after
noon in honor of Mrs. Gordon of Vir
ginia and Mrs. Wycoff of Kentucky.
After a series of games of rook a
dainty salad course with a cold drink
was served. About a dozen guests en
joyed the party.
Mr. J. W. Cutter of Davis Station
hadl a turkey gobbler to hatch three
chickens about twvo weeks ago and
the gobbler is raising the chickens and
earing for them the same as a mother
hen. Mr. Cutter need have no fear ofi
the high cost of living if he can put
his turkey gobblers to hatching chick
Cards have been receiv'ed here an-]
nouncing the marriage of Miss Kate
Clark and Mr. G. M. Sgiprner, on Au- I
gust 3rd. The marriage taking place
in Columbia where the contracting
parties live. TPhe bride is well re
membered in Manning, having spent
her early girlhood days here.
.August is the month for lay-by and c
night schools for Adults. t
Several have begun work in Claren- f
tIon 'county, and~ it is hoped that others
will be ready to do so next Monday.
reachers report an awakened interest 8
:hat an old offender against
ing within striking dlistance o
see those ominous, murky clot
'of insurance against loss fro
wind storm insurance like th
tect the many hundredls of (101
AND ITS BUSINESS TO BE
IS TODAY--TOMORROW M
RE ANYTI.NG AGAINST E
ealty & Insu
Manning, S. C..
and eager desire to learn, on the part
of their pupis, some of whom are more
than sixty years of age. Men and
women are working all over the State,
but all. havd not yet been reached.
More teachers are badly needed and
teachers who are willing to work up
good classes will be well satisfied with
results. Any teacher enrolling twenty
averageing ten and teaching five hours
per day earns $100.00 per month.
In addition to this salary, the coun
ty pives $25.00 to defray traveling ex
penses. A prize of $Z0.00 goes to the
person who teaches the greatest num
Der of adults, in Clarendon county to
readl and write, durinL' the month of
A ug ust.
The State also offers valuable
>rizes for similar wyork done in South
Jarolina. Tea~cher~s wvill you not lend
rourselves to this great undertaking?
surely you can serve twenty (lays.
Miss .Jessie Curtis at Paxville and
Tome Branch; Mrs. Hlolladay near
larvin and Graham and Miss Fannie
3radlham on Sammy Swamp ha ;
arge classes and are doing excell6
- . . grown-ups can~ Icarn is proven
y specimens of their work s'ent in by
Tfhree more wvhite schools and five
oloredI ones should be organized andl
bey will he if teachers can be securedI
Miss Minnie ~McFaddin
Organizer of Lay-By andl Night
chools for Clarendon County.
>roperty rights is at
four town now. He
ids looming above you
is: A very few dollars
lars tied1 up in eridang
AY BE TOO L. ATE
-IN C. BIAGNAL