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Published Every Wednesday
Mr. J. II. Ligby left Sunday for the
Capt. and 3Mrs. H1. 1. Ellerbe are in
Charleston visiting relatives.
3iessrs Harry iff,1 Morris and Ben
Ness spent Mollay In Charleston.
Mr. Cha rli e Rigby has purchased the
Wilcox hoimle place from Mlr. Van
Mvir .and Mrs. V. G. N ing have re
turned home after <pImiling the sum
Mrs. Clyer .evi (f Rutherferton, N.
C., visited th :.e mle of Mrs. EIlien Ise
man last weel..
Mr. Joseph Dickson is out, again
after being ctiniled to his bed several
days wi;th fever.
Mood Brunilmoll colored, was fined
$20.00 last Saturday for shooting
sqluirrel( before the season opens.
MI. Franik haugg ins has accepted a
position inl thw tore (of Mrl. J. H1.
Monday was Jewish New Year. All
of the Ilebrew stores were closed on
Dr. ). 1. StaInaker has moved into
the home (if Ir. ). M. Bradham on
The Pastime Theatre will he sold
next Friday at public sale by the
sheriff. The mortgage heing held by
the Bank of Manning.
Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook will reopen the
College Preparatory School at 9
o'clock next Monday morning.
The congregation of the Manning
Presbyterian church have orderedi a
pipe organ for the church at a cost
Mrs. Inez Thanies eft yesterday for
Florence -where she went to attend the
marriage of her son. Preston Thanies,
Mr. Oliver O'Bryan lft yesterday
for Saluda where he will join his
family, and they will return home in a
The Twentieth Century Mother's
will meet in uppe(r jury room in court
house, Friday afternoon at 5 o'clock.
Mrs. .1. E. Arant,
I. L IILI[ILJUUDI IL
In the card from Mr. W. E. Fleming
in last week's Times, Union was omit
ted which should have been publish
Fire was discovered oil the roof of
of the home <if Mr. Carlisle Bradham
iast saturday. The fire (epartment
responded and extinguished the blaze
with little damage.
Air. Taylor 11. Stukes, who has been
practicing law in Charleston, has de
cided to return to his native home and
is now a partner to J. A. Weinberg,
'I'he only centest for county offices
im yesterday's election was for sheriff.
Air. J. Edward Gamble defeating Mr.
E. R. I'lowden by approximately 275
Mr. T. B. Alims and Dir. 1. L. Bax
ley of Pinewood were in Manning yes
terday seeing the finisning touches on
the recent election for the annexation
of Pinewood to sumter put on by the
T'he Civic League will meet in the
Court Ilouse Alonday afterIoon, Sep
tember 20th at. four o'clock. This will
he the first meeting since the sum
mer vacation, and many interesting
topics will be di: 'cussed. Please every
body make a special effort to attenld.
Alisses Marie Wells, Mary Metropol,
Bernice and EIstelle Allsbrooks and
Catherine Arant- left Friday to ent
the Freshman Class, and Miss Edna
Hoger to enter the Sophomore Class in
If you want to buy
in units of ten bales o
for free booklet of va
ruies of trade.
Letter on probable i
and grains sent free u
81 Broad Street
Members Amei'ican Cc
For personal intervi<
1514 Sumter Street
ge Brothers Motor Car is1
long life and endluranee.
fine enamel finish, for insti
ract ically indlestruIctible, anid
I requires mire than a
nling andl polishing to restor'
;asoltine consumion ll is unuiisuilyV I
'het ire' ileag.e is unulsuiah. high.
J. H. McCOLLUM,
Sumter, S. C.
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Winthrop College for the term 1920- 1
Tihe County Board of Registrars is
arranging to have a special nimting on
Friday, the 20th inst., at the Court
House. The object of this iieeting is
to give the women of the county an op
portunity to register so that they may
vote in Noveniber.
To the Voters of Clarendon County:
I take this occasion to thank each
one of you for your support in the
first primary. The vote you gave ine
was a complimentary one, and. may
my conduct express to you my appre
1. C. Curtis.
Misses Chandler have moved
their Millinery business from
McCollum Bros. store up
stairs to the formally Cut
tino & McKnight Grocery
store No. 22 South Main St.,
and we will be glad to have
our friends call aid see us at
our new place of business.
Sumter, S. C.
or sell cotton contracts
r upward, send at once
luable ipformation and
narket trends in cotton
New York City -
tton & Grain Exchange
w get in touch with our
Columbia, S. C.
2e Phone 1229 .
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The Autp I
Men of the most earnest 1
superjority of the hats product
N quality standards which have s
of a renowned hatter should ii
styles by all who realize that m
Means economy in the final su
The Largest Stoci
The D. J. Chand
N iTe Home of Hart Sch
N 14 N. Main Street
NOTICE 'l e
A report hals recently conic to mie
vhich has been very promiscuecously
irculated among the colored people
troun1d Davis Station and vicinity to
his effect, that I a few weeks ago
nk a public S1)(Cch in the Court Fifteei Stan
louse at Manning, .trging that the. istory, science
olored people not be allowed to get vtudents for W
ver 15 cents for their cotton etc. I Thorough ground
iave been unabel to find its origin, but year than otherw
ant to say this, that nC is absolutely Commercil
alse and positively without any foun- antfo. this depat
lation. I have never at any time on Course, also sho'
my plce made'a public $peech on any arithme
J1. E. D)AVIS. Setmr20
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Julia D~avis, daughter oif Willis lwnumu
)avis was marriedl yesterday e'vening
o) Lincon Carter. On Friday niigh t
hey wvere given a linen shower at the
tome of It. A. White, condluctedl by
(Ir.* StellIa Jlenkins. On MondayJ
ligh t a reception was given at the
ome of the buride, where she received
large numbier of valuab~lle presents.
rho marriage took place at 5 :30 and
hey left for their rotire home in
Al n pid 250fo th ' studri e nsfrW
reame Iheloe t as n rg T hor ouhron
ii ma ni t~Ictnr~anfornfoI Telis edeeaa
teli rah, a mu sEinldiehes.Soldma
0Ment paid S2b0 f~olro ZSmere
On Saturday, Augusi
Can youI affordI to rtim youlr auton
Let us insure it for youl.
D)ON'Tl I)ELAY-SEE US TOD)AY
WE INSURE ANYTI
S. W. BARRON
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mnd progressive type admit the
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Leadily ,maintained the reputation0
kduce the consideration of Autumn
1failing service is the item which N
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in Eastern Carolina
ler Clothing Co.e
%afnner &Marx Clothes.
'e Preparatory School
Mirs."E. C. Nettles Alsbrook, Principal
MANNING, SOUTH CAROLINA
lard units high school English., French, Latin, mathematics,
mnd penmianship. Thorough preparation for any college,
nthrop and Clemson win honors. Individual instruction,
mig. Rapid progress. Students accomplish mnore in ono
ise ml two.
Jourse8: An efficient gentleman has been secured as assist
-tmecnt which cov'ers A three or six month's complete Business
thand], bookkeeping, and typewriting courses. High school
e and spelbing essential. Enroll toda s I
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