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Ehe mcnnag Cimes.
Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1921
The election is next Tuesday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Chewn
ing Saturday night, a baby girl.
The friends of Mr. Wallace P'low
den will be glad to know that he is
improving from his recent illenss.
Mrs. S. I. Harvin who has been in
Baker's Sanitarium for the past three
weeks will return home tomorrow.
Mr. mnd Mrs. G. M. Smith went to
Charleston Monday night, where Mr.
Smith had his eye operated on yester-1,
Dr. W. R. Harron of Columbia was
called to the e(dide of Mr. Wallace
Plowden last Saturday for medical
AMr. Charlie Chewning, -who has
been working in Mississippi, is visit-,
ing the home of his father, Mr. C. C.
Chewning in Manning.
Associate Justice lydrick who died
in Washington last Saturday was the
father of Mr. Dan Ilydrick who once
lived in Manning.
Mr. Bennie Longe of M ilford, Mass.,
and Miss BerthaI Richbourg of Fores
ton Were marri ad in Charleston on1
J.anuary 1 Ith.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Saiuls aid lit
tie Son) of Winlstoni-Salei, are visit
ing their grandpa rents, Mr. anld Mrs.
It. It. Boger.
MIr. Kisler Weatherford las resign
ed his position as city mail carrier,
and is succeeded by Mr. E0ugene Bag
We have received a letter from Mr.
R. ). Cothran, who is operating a to
bacco warehouse at Brookneal, Va.,
stating that tobacco is now sellin
very much higher than it did before
the Christmas Holidays.
Died suddenly at his home in For
eston lart Wednesday night, Mr. Joe
E. Graham, v.ged about 50 years. The
deceased was a good and honorable
gentleman, and a few years ago was
magistrate at that place.
Mr. A. Abrams, who recently pur
chased the bankrupt stock of 11. E.
Reece at Kershaw. and is offering it
to the public there at greatly sacri
ficed prices, says, according to his re
ceipts on the first two days of the sale
-Friday and Saturday last, evidently
there is no shortage of money in that
section of the State.
Now iS a
is a goo
to have y
Get my -prices bel
Seed. I will give
Market Price. Ph
J. P. Comman
We are i positi
of your wants
Dickson Gro ces
Next to Pinwdet
rO THE VOTERS OF
I am a candidate to succeed the
ate Hon. W. T. P. Sprott as a rep
resentative from Clarendon County,
n special election on January 25th.
[f elected I am going to do my level
icst to render real services to the peo
ple of my county, I will appreciate
.1. H1. DuBOSE,
New Zion, S. C.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
I am a candidilat': for the J',use of
Representatives in the sp-!cial election
W. H1. WOODS.
FOR HOUSE REPRESEN'T*ATIVES
I hereby declare myself a candidate
n the special election of January 25th.
or the House of Representatives. If
lected will strive to serve all of the
)eople without fear or favoritism.
(MISS) CORINNE BARFIELD
FOR R EP'RESENTATIVE
We the undersigned friends of
lulian H1. Scarborough, do hereby en
'orse his candidacy for the Legisla
:utre for Clarendon County. From a
standpoint of education, ability and
ntegrity we feel that he is eminently
lualified to fill this position. lie
;erved two years with the American
Army in France, since which time he
ias been engaged in farming.
Ite respectfully recommend him tol
he voters of Clarendon County an!
rust that you wil Igive his candidacy
.lIf l. Davis, W. II. Anderson, C.
1'. Dingle, S. Dinlgle, W. J. God1wi,,
1l. A. Itichbourg, J. W. Lesesne, J. A.
Taimes, T. C. Felder, IH. A. Richbourg,
\lagistrate, M. C. Stuckey.
l'0 TIM VOTERS OF CLARENI)ON:
I hereby announce iyselft as a can
lidate for the House of Representa
ives. I was befoi e you four years
1go in another arce.
I am studying law at the Utniversity
n Columbia, and feel that I am so
iituated that I can competently rep
resent you. If you think that my ser
v ices would be of an acceptable kind,
[ would appreciate your support
.1. INGRAM WILSON.
The fire department was called to
the school building this morning of
Mrs. U. C. Alsbrook to extinguish a
laze on the roof. The damage was
From the front lines. He knows
xho is doing the shooting. Send him
o the Legislature.
J SEED! l
ore you sell your
you the Highest
one me at my ex
der, sumer, s. c.
O A TS!
on to take care
in Seed Oats.
y and Feed Co.
a Hardware Co.
Married at the home of the bri,
last Saturday evening in Mannin
Kiss Ruth McRoy and Mr. Louis Hes
Af Charleston, Mrs. Hesse is t
voungest daughter of Mr. 0. W. M
Roy and the groom is an expe
soilermaker of Charleston. They w
nake their home in that city.
We are requested to announce
the candidates running for the Hou
:f Representatives that they are i
vited to address the voters at t
ourt House in Manning next Satt
lay, January 22nd.
L. Friedman, trading as the Pir
wood Dry Goods Store, at Pinewot
Clarendon County, yesterday filed,
petition of voluntary bankruptcy. T
Linsecured liabilities against the atc
ire given at $5,196.34.
DuBOSE FOR REPRESENTATIA
Why? Because he has made a st
esst at home and will make a succc
Bree din 's
Published Weekly by
B. B. BREEI)IN'S
Cash and Carry Grocer:
No. I Manning, S. (
January 18, 1921.
A Good Green Coffee
10c a 1b.
Our Parched and Groun<
15c a 1b.
The Talk of The Town
A Good Clean Second
75c a peck
Quart Cans Hand Packe<
Fresh Country Eggs
40c a dozen
N. C. Sun Dried Apples
10c a lb.
This is Some Bargain
Best Creamery Butter
60c a lb.
Porto Rico Sweet Potatoe.
90c a bushel
40c Tomato Ketchup
25c a b)ottle
50c a peck
$1.25 Bottles Figaro
30c a pint
22%c a lb.
Klim Milk is for Sale Her<
Armours Star Hams
iMedlicated Salt B rick
15c a lb.
When it's Groceries yot
want come to the Grocer'
Store ip the heart of Man
ning which is
Cash arnd Carr3
We Don't Cut Prices
We Make Them.
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r STOP! -
Be , '
n- The Clarei
p Ruth Chapter No. 40 R. A. M. con-gi
fers Mark Master Degree Monday
night January 24th, 8 o'clock. An
ntual supper and installation of officers
of St. Peters Lodge No. 54 A. l. M.,
Friday night, January 21st, 8 o'clock. 1
Services will be held at the Epis
copalian Chapel on Sunday evening at
8:15 o'clock, conducted by the new
pastor, Rev. .1. W. Walker of Sui-j
ter. Te people of Manning are cor
dially invited to attend.
A very unfortunate shooting occur
red near Trin ity last Sunday, in which
Mr. Robert Pierson shot Mr. Early
Thompson. From what we could learn
they had not been friendly for quite
awhile, and on Sunday morning M.I
Thompson went to the home of Mr.
Pierson looking for a cow, and the U
shooting took place. Mr. Thompson's
injuries, while painful, are not con
sidered dangerous. Mr. Pierson was u
placed in jail, but released on bond
LET'S RIDE AGAIN
The latest copy of the Times
Brought out a piece that kinder rhim
We think its orther long has thought
The farmers lot should be to walk.
This wittie :cribe that makes us laugh
Must think the farmer has quit his
Of working hard to till the land
That feeds the nations, beast and man.
He said when cotton got up high
The farmer then commenced to ride,
le rode all day, and rode at night,
Rode in the rain i'nd rode when bright.
These words convey to us the sound,
That its orther lives inl town,
We guess that's why the orther
-1 The man that farms should always
Less change this thing and get it
We work all day, and some at night,
work in the rain and when its bright,
Tlo feed the man that's speaking light.
We will cut this cotton crop) to half
And ridle right on andl join the laugh,
Raise more to eate, andl less to sell
And showv you then who is raising
J1. II. IDulioSE FOR
Ie knows where the shoe pinches
aind he has the renmedy.
to make roomi for ou
ity to p)ick UP Some
We have moved fr,
store across the Str'
this little corner stc
ing. Just one block
nominal rent and1, nl
houses, weC are carr
to be found betwecr
Bly mroving, our
* are preparl ed to mnai
and,.our Service will
FoXr real economiy
You'll find usi strictly on th
* THE MA
j ttttitittiitittttttt~f:uust?* t::mt**?ttittmutti
ors to White's Filling
Oils and A
siness to Servn
A fresh shipi
We have moved acr,
vin Hosiery Mill-the
enter by the Summert
If you want to b
Get our prices fi
r large paint stock. Thi
real good things for ver
om our old1 stand up) stre<
eet from the 01(1 Harvii
re we have our offices e
from our offices we ha
es on our own premises
>rent at all if need be.
ling the completest line
Columbia and Charlest
overhead1 expenses have
e prices that will be at
be up to our.usual high
and intelligent service
in tsjFie ld an
tmmunnnnnadu m wna
nent of the famous
)ss the street from the Har
irst store in Manning as you
on or Davis Station roads.
uild we can suIply you
ING, S. C.
s is a rare opportun
y little money.
at to the little corner
Hosiery Mill. At
nd (10 our distribut
ve thr'ee large, well
costing us a very
[n one of these ware
been cut in half. We
solut ely unbeatable
4 Garden Seeds