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MISS 4ORINNE BARFILD
TO RUN FOR [[GISLATURI
Corinne Barfield The First South Caro
lina Woman to Offer For
Miss Corinne Barfield, of Manning
has announced herself a candidate fo
the houce of representatives, fron
Clarendon county, to succeed W. T
P. Sprott, who died last year. Th<
election will be held on the 25th. Misi
Barfield is the first woman of thi
state to announce for n seat in th,
Announcement was received in Co
lumbia Saturday of the entrance ii
the race for the legislature in Claren
don cotnty of Miss Corinne Barfield
-of Manning, the first woman in th,
state to enter race for an office o
The election for the legislative sea
will be held in Clarendon dn the 25t]
of this month. There will, it is said
likely be one or two men in the rae
against Miss larfield.
The election is for the selection o
a successor to W. T. P. Sprott, whi
died last year.
Miss Barfield is the first woman ii
the state to offer for an office of stat
wide public nature, and if electei
she will be the first woman to si
in the legislative halls. Mrs. Walte
Scott, of Greenville, is candidate fo
election to succeed her late husban
as probate judge. Mrs. Scott serve
as assistant to her husband, before hi
recent tragic death in an automobil
accident. Later Mrs. Scott was elect
Manning, Jan. 15.--Miss Corinn
Barfield has announced her candidac
for the Ilouse of Representative
from Clarendon County, a specia
election to be held Tuesday, Januar:
26th, to fill a vacancy caused by th
death of Mr. W. T. P. Sprott. I
elected Miss 3arfield will be the firs
woman member of the South Carolin
General Kssembly and there are
number of persons in the county whl
are working for her in ordler to hay
this honor for Clarendon-Newvs an
Miss Barfield, if elected, will in ou
opinion, make an able lawv-maker, a
'she has had considlerable experiecc
in legal affairs. She is now clerk t
the County Commissioners, wher
practically all of the finances of th
County are handled. lIer platformi
another column will show howv sh
stands on some public matters. Sh
will do honor to her county, and an
the same time make history for fu
ture generations. This is a distinctio
that wvill never present itself agair
and wve hop~e our people will take ad
vantage of the opportunity.
FORD)SON PI LS FIRE1~ ENCIN E
A Fordson tractor, rubber tir
equipped, is being used hy the City c
Albany, Oregon, for 1)ull1ing its Iir
engine. The tractor is said to mak
between fifteen and twenty miles a
hour. When the Ford camera ma
was in Albany recently, he asked pet
mission to proceure a photograph a
the F~ordson and fire engine. Th1
mayor had the schools dlismissedl, dc
clared a ho!liday, and had the Firie De
partment pull1 its equipment into Mii
Street for photographing.
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To the Voters of Clarendon County.
Since many of the voters through- t
the County think' that it would be an
honor for Clarendon to go down in
history as the first county in South
Carolina to elect a woman to State of
fice and I feel that it would be a great t
honor indeed to be that woman, I have q
announced my candidacy for the House N
of Representatives to fill the vacancy i
caused by the death of the late Mr. W.
T. P. Sprott.
It is a novel event for women to en- I
ter politics in thin State, just as a
few years ago it was unheard of
thing for women to go into business.
But just as they have made good in
the business world, they will make
themselves a force for the betterment
of politics and prove their ability to
- adhere to common sense business like
policies that promise the greatest
good for the greatest number.
r If elected I pledge my support of
the following measures:
1. A rigid economy in all depart
ments of the Government, with appro
priations reduced to cover only the
necessary requirements of the State
and County, without crippling any of
the departments which have proven
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
t COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
11 ~ SUMMONS FOR RELIE"
I David Levi as Trustee for Ellen Ise
3 man, Louis Levi, David Levi and
Selina Levi, as Executrix under the
- last Will and Testament of Abe
Levi, deceased, Plaintiff,
Susan Gaymon, Israel Gaymon, Sarah
I Lawyer, MAldison Gaymon, Wallace
i Gaymon, Jr., Susan Cordes, Ocie
I Washington, Laura Cordes, Elean
f ora Stukes, known as Norvell
3 Stukes, Sallie Ann Cantey, Rufus
f Gaymon, known as Moss Gaymon,
t John Calharn Gaymon, Eliza Gay
1 mon and Plora M. Weinberg, De
a "i0 TIlE DFIENDANTS ABOVE
Y 'ou are hereby summoned and re
qu ired to answer the Complaint in
this action of which a copy is here
s with servedl upon you, and to serve a
e copy~ of your A nswer to said Comn
l plaint on the subscriber (J1. A. Wein
b erg) at his office in the Trown of Man
ning, S. C., within twenty (lays after
the service hereof, exclusive of the
day of such service: and if you fail to
answer the complaint within the tim".
taforesaid the plaintiff herein will ar
- ply to the Courvt for the relief de..
manuded in the Complaint.
:1;J. A. Weinber:g,
To the D~efenda nt Israel Gaymon:
TA l( E NOTICE that the Summons
an'd Complaint and Answer of Flora
M.~ Weinberg ini abIove stated action
were filed in the ornlee of the C lerk
of Court of Common Pleais for C'tar
ednCunty, Suh Carolina, on
fileuar 18th, 1921 and are now on
J1. A. Weinbelrg,
Pla inti er's At torney.
T1. HI. Stokes,
A ttorney for Defendant,
Flora M. Weinberg.
Dated this .Jan. 18, 1921. 3-3t-c
Charl ie Thames, Priop).
MANNING to SUMTER
ILeaves Levi's Store M-inning 12
Clarenmont I[old, Sumt- r 2o'clock.
Carvs to meet. all trasins.
ILARS WITH DUROCS
H1am andl bacon are the world's greatest
all. Pure-breds give quick returns for feed.
Information free, a postal gets It.
s e,' CHICAGO. ILI?401
we purchased the Si
iediately went Norti
ien offer our entire !
)tock that is beginnii
oest. We ask your I
heir worth. But I stand for libera
ppropriations for our rural publi<
ch ool s.
2. Oil account of tile financial sit.
Iation, I am in favor of in extenisoi
if the time in which to pay taxes
vithout penalty, until March first.
3., 'rhe question of taxation isr
iroblei that must be solved. Vh a
hie solution is I do not know, but i
hould be carefully studied wi t
ew of making substantial reduction
md( securing the greatest l)ossil(
qualization of the burden of taxation
4Io argument is necessary to prov
hat this burden is not equalized.
:ock and. fixtures of Th<
i to replenish the Stock
stock at ridicuously lok
ag to arrive daily and i
4. In order for us to attain to the ,
highest degree of citizenship, we must s
have an educated people, and, there- g
fore, I shall support any and all f
me.sures for the education of the i
5. I favor the building and main- i
tenance of u good roads as we are
financially b! to build.
6. This is an agricultural County t
and State, and I shall advocate such c
m Ileasulres 1s will tend for the advalce- 1
llent of tile agricultural interests of t
the State. We have State warehouses <
for cotton-these should be maintain
ed and some plan should be devised
G. K. HA VK
"All of a Sui
'RIDAY--3:30 P'. MI.
ur day, Je
tel Clayton in " A
" A Count
WHEN IN AND)REWS VlI
2 Battery from Mr. S
and in a few days we
v prices. We musi
t is our intention to <
,hereby our tobacco growers could
tore their tobacco and keep same in
ood order when prices are not satis
actory. Under the present plan of
liarketing tobacco it has to be sold
vithin a short season regardless of
rice. Thi-3 matter should receive
areful consideration. . Our grain
liarket should be developed. EIeva
ors should be erected so that corn
ould be shelled in the Fall and stored
ntil there was a denand for it in
he Spring and Summer. Enterprises
if this sort should at least be en
ouraged by the State.
7. Liberal provision should be
L Lady in Lt
ay-2:30 p. mi.
o 11:00 p. mn.
Children ~ ~
T THlE SELECT THIEATIR
ol Krasnoff. Our
will inaugurate a
make room for
:arry nothing but
fanning, S. C.
made for the few remaining Confed
erate veterans. They should not be
allowed to stiffer for the necessities
8. Law enforcement to combat the
crime wave which is sweeping the
country, particularly the laws with
reference to vagrancy, which should
be made more rigid. Every person
livmng in a cominunity should be re
quired to work and make an honest
If you are in sympathy with these
policies, I will appreciate your sup
port at the .olls on the 25th.
'O 11:00) P. M.