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Obe Janing ClItes.
Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1921
Mr. W. G. King, spent two days in
Columbia last week.
Miss Corinne Barfield spent the
week-end in Sumter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. West of Sumter
spent the week-end with her sister,
Mrs. Lillie McGrady.
Messrs. Sam Richmond and B. Ko
morrow have gone to New York and
Boston on a business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kelly of Rock
Hill are visiting relatives in the
Messrs. Scott and Thomas Bagnal
spent the week-end in Dunbarton, S.
C., with friends.
Miss Lida Sprott returned home
Monday morning from Randolph-Ma
con college for the summer months.
Miss Alice Clark returned Satur
(lay from Randolph-Macon itistitute
for the summer months.
Misses Rose and Celeste Irvin were
in Sumter Tuesday evening acting as
bride's maids or Miss Esther Clark.
Messrs. Burgess and Edward Sprott
and Ralph King have returned from
Wofford College in Spartanburg.
Miss Celeste Irvin, who has been
teaching in Atlanta, returnedl home
Misses Levy and brother of Bishop
ville, spent Sunday with their sister,
Mrs. Morris Ness.
M.iss Butler, milliner at Alderman's
left Monday for her home in Kin
ston, N. C.
Miss Lulve larvin who has been
teaching in Columbia has returned to
Manning for the summer.
Messrs. J. W. Rigby and L. H. lar
vin are in Charleston attending the
Mrs. E. L. Wilkins was called to
Marion, to the bedside o her sister,
Mrs. Selby, who is seriously ill.
Miss Lynn DuRant is working at
the Home Bank & Trust Co., for the
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Verner have
gone to Columbia where they will
make their home in the future.
Miss Blanche Bass of Greenville,
spent the week-end with Mrs. B. A.
J. Ingram Wilson has returned from
the University of South Carolina,
where he has been studying law, for
Mr. and Mrs. Italy Wilson and chil
dren owf Sumter, spent the week-end
with his parents, Judge and Mrs. John
Mrs. M. L. Barnett, who has been
here attenlding to business matters
has gone to Tryon, N. C., for the sum
!rs. J. K. Breedin, Mrs. J. D. Hug
gins, Biss Barnwell luggins an( Mr.
Frank i uggins spent Monday in Sum
Mrs. J. M. Wideman entertained at
bridge in honor of Miss Duncan. Mrs.
Wideman served her guests with an
Mrs. Kellett andl small son, Miss
Nora Johnson and Mr. Gilstrap of
Fountain Inn spent the wveek-end at
the home of Mrs. B. A. JIoh tabo.
TIhe Construction Camnp ha~s movedl
nearer town and they are on the last
end of the road. When thise is finish -
ed there will he a fi ne roadl from here
T[he Camp lire girls, who were un
der the carec of t heirt guard ian, Miss
Shuler, while on the campj at Tinuda l's
Pond ret urned home Saturdaty morn
Mr. J1. 11. Orv in's many fr'iends~ will
be glad to learn that he came thrtough
his o'perationor aO~ ppendjic it is and is
gettimig a long very nicely. lie[ is at
the Cioluia Hosp1ital. Mrs. ( rvin
re~turn ed hiome Monday.
T1he Presbyter'ian Sunday Schiool
and conigrega tion will hiave a ha sket
picame at Mart in's Lake on TPhurtsday,
.June i ith. All the metmbers of the
churchel and Su nd ay Sch ool arte invited
to be0 preseint.
The Misses Hlaseldon of George
town, who haive been visiting Miss
Add(1ie Weinberg, have returned home.
They werte accompjanied hiome by Miss
Weimberg, wvho will visit them for a
Mr. Friank Hfuggios left Tuesday
for Edlgelield, and today he will wed
day he will wed Miss Ruth DeLoach.
Miss Ruth D~e foach. Mr. Hfuggins
was accomapanired by his sister, Mis.
J1. K. Breedin who will attend the wed
BUSINESS IS GOOD
We average threec( to six ca1lls. a week
for stenograp~hers and Bookkeeper~s.
Why? There's a reason.
Mr. Business Man knows that
young men anid women' t rained in
business methods by ouri corps of ox.
pert teachers can deliver thle goods.
what we have done for t'housands we
can (d0 for you. Phone or. write for~
full information. All regular courses
taught by mail also.
Phone 951 Columbia, S. C.
The Season forPicncs
and Parties is Here
We have all the good things
to eat that will make these
very desirable occasions. Be
low is a partial list of the
things you will need:
Mixed Sweet Pickles in
bulk, pound ---------45c
Heinz Sweet Pickles, Bot
tles ---- -- ----- 30c to 55c
Olives, Plain and Stuffed
% -- -- -20c and 40c
Peanut Butter, Jars 15c, 40c
Maraschino Cherries, Bot
tles ---- -- ----20c to $1.00
Gardner's Cakes, all kinds
....-..- ..-...... 45c lb
Premier, Durkie's, White
Rose and Libbys Salad Dres
sing, Pimentos, Pimento
Cheese, Olive Zest and many
other good things that we
haven't space to mention.
Everything Good to Eat
Fifteen Years Serving
Mrs. S. Katzoff spent l.st week in
Kingstree with relatives.
Don't forget the meeting Friday in
the interest of the Hospital.
Miss Lillis Gamble has returned to
her home in Paxville after a two
week's visit with relatives here.
Mr. S. I. Harvin has bought the fill
ing station on Brooks street from Nel
sn Motor Co.
Shall Clarendon County have a
niodern hospital? This will be settled
Rev. T. C. Odell, Superintendant of
the Epworth Orphanage, will preach
in the Methodist Church Sunday morn
ing at eleven o'clock.
On last Friday there was a game
of base ball between the girls of For
eston and Wilson on the Wilson
diamond. The score being 33 to 19
in favor of Wilson.
ship and sail under
the Stars and Stripes
T HERE are today few.
ports in the world of
importance to shippers or
travelers, wvhich cannot be
reached by ships that sail
under the Stars and Stripes.
President Harding has
said that, "We cannot sell
successfully where wve do
not carry". The American
Merchant Marine that once
almost vanished is again an
established and important
carrier of the world's com
You can ship or sail any
where in American ships
designed for utmost comn
fort and safety.
Operators of Passenger
Admiral I Ine I7 State Street, New
Matson Navigatio Conmpany to
Munson St eam Ship Line, 82 lBeaver
street, New Year., N. Y.
New York and Porrto Rico S. S. Co.,
1i firondway, New York, N Y.
Pacif e Mai S. S. Co., 45 fnroadway,
[U. SN Mail S. S. Co., 45 Broadway,
ward Line, (New York and Cuba Mail
S. Y. r(<,N Yout of Wail St reet,
Free use of
Shipping Bloard filrne
Use of Shipping itoar'i mnotion picture
film, four reels, fre.- ont request of any
zatao. A great e hratonair picture
ao hi a te se.Write fo nom
I ureu Roo 911, il19 "F" Street,
SlhIPS [FOR SALE
(Te Amrers cdIttg6N eNID)
Steel steamers, bath oi and coal
bll sa d caen oin~ tuds.. [ odte
liefrmsatiea obtaied b,- request.
For sailings ofpassenger
and freight ships to al
parts of the world andall
other information, write
to any of the above lines
or to the.
U.S. Shipping Board
. W ASHNTON- n. r.
Miss Annie McCoy loft .laIt Satt.u'
Elay to visit relatives in Charleston.
Mr. and Mrs., W. R. Gray and chil
diren were visiting in Sumter today,
Miss Leo Coyington, who .has been
employed with Alderman & Co., in
Alcolu left Tuesday for her home in
Rockingham, N. C.
Mr. W. H. Trescott, a former -Man
ning citizen, but now living in Char
leston, is spending a few days with
relatives in town.
Mr. S. I. Harvin is in Columbia to
day on business, having gone there
to close a contract to handle Dodge
Bros. cars in this county.
A large crowd is expected Friday
on account of the Hospital meeting.
That afternoon Manning will play
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Davis and Miss
Lou Huggins will go to Florence Fri
(lay night to attend the graduating
exercises. Mrs. Davis' niece, Miss
Belva Haynesworth, is one of the
Mrs. M. C. Croswell, of Bishopville,
who has been visiting her brother,
Mr. S. R. Venning and family, has re
turned home. Her niece Blanche
Venning, accompanied her home to
visit her for a while.
Mrs. T. B. Haynesworth, Sr., and
T. B. laynesworth, Jr., have return
ed to their home in Florence. The
friends of T. B. Haynesworth, Jr., will
be glad to learn that he has entirely
recovered from his recent illness.
The many friends of Mr. G. M.
Smith, who was operated on in Char
lotte recently, will be glad to hear that
he is very much improved and has
left the hospital and is visiting his
mother, Mrs. W. H. Smith in Char
Rev. C. B. Smith who underwent an
operation on his eyes in Washington
some time ago, is decidedly better and
his many friends will be glad to learn
that the doctor says his eyesight will
be entirely restored. He left Wash
ing on on Tuesday evening and is ex
pected home very soon.
Mrs. Sumter Bradham, Misses Fan
nie, Virginia Alma and Mr. Frank
Br.tdham, Misses Ruth MKoore, Zuline
Stukes and Mr. Tom Stukes of Mann
ing and Miss Elizabeth Conyers, D.
M. Turbeville, Miss Vera Gamble of
Turbeville are camping at Tindal's
Circle No. 4 will have its regular
meeting in the Ladies Class room at
the church Monday afternoon, June
13th. Every member is urged to be
present. Mrs. I. I. Appelt, Chairman;
Mrs. L. H. Harvin, Secretary; Mrs.
Geo. W. Williams, Treasurer.
Do not forget that town Tax Re
turns must all be in by June 15th or
there will be a 50 per cent penalty
This is a sto
dollar on eve
Sprices on all sum
*dren. It is an op
E Men's Palm Beach Su
* effects, worth $15 to $1
* FRANCO MODEL
* Flannel and Mixture
* fully worth $35.00, our
- All-Wool Serges in B11
U fully give a new suit fc
* These suits are fully w<
* ket. Our pr1ice nw....
* $10.00 Men's Crawford
* $12.00 Men's Crawford
fl$15.00 Men's Crawford
* A big assortment of<
I $8.50 for--..
* $5.00 Ladies' Pumps
* heel, in black and tan .
* $7.50 Ladies' Punmps
* heel, in black and tan .
* $10.00 Ladies' Pumps
* heel, in black and tan -
, A big assortment of
All Queen Quality Si
$15 .00, go for
* Men's White Oxford:
* Ladies' Keds at -
* We also have a big a:
* MORRIS NESS. Mam
74esne Billie Prince. an4 .Warret
biekson, Jr. nt Sunday hi Char
lestozi and y Beach. The were
the guest'' "of. Mr. and Mrs. R4ichard
Arnold. Mrs. Arnold is a -sister of I
Mr. Harry _ovison of Bishopville,
spent e. few hours here on Monday.
Mr. Levison was qt .one time a resi
dent here, being employed at The New
Hon. Thomas G. McLeod of Bishop
ville, and Dr. Johnson Buist of Char
leston, will speak here Friday morn
ing in the interest of the Hospital.
Both of these gentlemen are splendid
speakers, and should be heard by
everybody in the County.
Last night about eight o'clock fire
destroyed the home of Mrs. Daniel
Lloyd on the out-skirts of town. The
loss ,was practically total as only a
small portion of the furniture was
saved. The insurance carried was
$2,500, which will not near replace the
The . qualified votera residing in
Friendship School District No. 3, of
Clarendon County, South Carolina,
will hereby take notice that an elec
tion will be held at C. W. Brown's
store at Panola on Thursday, June
16th. 1921, for the purpose of voting
on the uestion of whether said dis
trict shall levy and collect an addition
al tax of six mills for general school
purposes in said district. Polls ofei
from 7 a. m. to 4 p. m. Registration
certificates and tax receipts required
as in general elections. The trustees
of said district are requested to con
duct the election. By order of County
Board of Education.
E. J. BROWNE,
22-2t-c Co. Supt. of Education.
An Ordinance prohibitiong flavor
ing extracts in the town of Man
ning in excess of One Per Cent of
Alcohol or Ether, and providing a
penalty for its violation.
1. . That from and after the first
(lay of July next it shall be unlawful
for any person, firm or corporation to
sell at retail any liquid flavoring ex
tracts by whatsoever named called
containing in excess of One per cent.
of Alcohol or Ether and which can be
used as a beverage, provided same
shall not apply to Lemon and Vanil-a
extracts when purchased by a reput
able housewife in person or by writ
2. That any person, firm or cor
poration violating the provisions of
this ordinance shall be deemed guilty
of a misdemeanor and upon conviction
thereof shall be fined not more than
$100 or imprisonment for not more
than 30 days.
Ratified May 26. 1921.
W. C. Davis, Mayor.
T. L. Bagnal, Clerk and Treas,
re where you are sure
ry purchase you make
mer wear and supplie!
portunity to outfit you
its, in gray, tan and mixed
B-our prices $10 to $12.50
CLOTHES FOR ME
s, guaranteed all wool,
ie andl Gray, we will cheer
r every one that fades.
rth $35.00 at today's mar
S IN .SHOE~S
>dds and ends, values up to
atnd Oxfords, low and high
and Oxfords, low and high
and Oxfords, low and high
odds and ends, small sizes,
immer Shoes, values up to
3 at----...$1.48 and $1.98
-------.$1.98 and $2.48
sosrtment of Ladies' White
s p, bin or hauling of sand
vil l1owed omi my premises be
ow te bridge in Ox Swamp. All
uch trespassers will be dealt with ac
ordlig to law.
2-6t-e- Patriek Holliday.
CARD OF THANKS
We the mother and children wish to
bank our friends for their kindness
o us during our recent bereavement.
Mrs. E. J. 'Evans,
?ROGRAM AT PASTIME
FOR ONE WEEK
Wednesday, June 8th, Wallace Reid
n "Lottery Main."
Thursday, Dorothy Phillips, "Right
Fri ay June 10th, Maurice Tour
ieur, in "Victory."
It is estimated that of 24,00
States 8,000,000 have defective
children. That proportion is pr,
children in Clarendon- County, 'b
need spectacles that are not wea
The child's chances for getti
tages are few if it's vision is poo
examined and fitted by
D R. J. E.
OPT O M
of receiving the full
. Just now we are r
; for women, young
rself for the summer
Canvass Pumps and Oxi
All our shoes are guarar
service or your money ba<
Men's Union Overalls .
Men's Balbriggan Und
Men's Athletic Union S
Men's P. B. Pants, goo
Men's Khaki Pants, go
Ladies' Middy Suits, a
Men's Socks, all colors
merly sold for 25c, our p
Ginghams, good qualit
40-inch Sea Island Hor
32-inch Sea Island Hor
Check Homespun, goot
Apron Gingham, good
Dress Gingham, best
color, per yard--. -
Apron Gingham, best
color, per yard
Fancy Lawns, per yar
Stetson Hats--. -
Come in and see for y
sidering quality cannot 1
Saterda une 1t, I ite
burn in 14 Pays to Advertlse."
Tuesday, June Dorothy Dal
toft -ift "His Wife's FRend."
Wdneda dJ n ith Billie Burke,
-in "'The -ii~ding Wco.
On Friday, June 17th, Hobart B1s,
worth *II play in "Below the Sur
face."; This story is strong and not
gruesome. It Is a daring theme treat
ed in a daring manner.
Thomas H. luce who produced thIS
picture says: "The undersea seenek
are simply astounding. They are by
far the most startling ever shown.
"I am, sure that no matter how
great your expectations are, Sou will
not be disappointed in "Below the
The cast for this picture includes
Hobart Bosworth, Grace Darmond,
Lloyd. Hughes, George Webb Gladys
George, J. P. Lockney, Edith Yorke
and George Clair.
0,000 school children in the United
eyes. That is one of ever* three
abably larger than found with the
ut certainly there are many who
ng the best from its school advan
. You can have its's eyes properly
NG, s. C.
value of your [
women and chil- 0
at Reduced Prices *
fords at very low prices.*
teed to give satisfactory
---- - ---- .-86c
erwear, shirts and draw
uits, per suit--........87c
I quality, a pair . .$3.39*
ad quality, a pair-...$1.48
ll sizes-..------...-$2.98 U
extra good quality, for- U
rice ---------..--......1c U
y, per yard -...--...8 3-4c U
riespun, per yard -.8 3-4c U
aespun, per yard ...5 3-4c *
[ quality, per yard ....1c m
quality, yard-..-.8 3-4c *
grade, guaranteed fast
-------- -----..-16 e *
grade, guaranteed fast I
- ------12%c U
----- ------ --$5.00 *
>urself. Our prices, con--I
MANNING, S. C.