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Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1921
Miss Addie Weinberg has returned
from a short visit in Georgetown.
Master Harold Weinberg- has re
rned from a visit in Sumter.
Mr. J. B. Cantey spent the week-end
Mr. Joe Burgess has returned to
his home in Greer.
Miss Aline Ridgill visited her sis
ter, Mrs. Austin Smith, last week.
Misses Rose and Celeste Irvin have
returned from Smnter.
We call special attention to Kat
zoff's (ouble page in this issue.
Dr. W. M. Barron of Columbia,
spent last Saturday in Manning.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Breedin left
for a visit in Charleston Sunday.
Mr. Morgan Sauls was visiting re
latives here last week.
Miss Jeanette Cooper is visiting her
sister, Mrs. \V. 1. Plowden.
M\1 r. and *Mrs. P. R. Alderman an
nounce the birth of a baby on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Davis have re
turned from Florence.
Mrs. Refoe is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Furnian Bradham, Sr.
Miss Annie McRoy has returned
from a visit to Charleston.
Mr. W. P. Legg is erecting a neat
cottage on Mill Street. It will be oc
cupied by M r. H. I1. R embert.
The Manning Presbyterian Sunday
School will hold it's annual picnic at.
Martin's Lake tomorrow.
Mrs. Bradley aiil Miss Bradley of
Cross Hlill were visiting Mrs. Alma
Bradley last week.
Mrs. R. F. Broadway entertained
the neighborhood Rook Club on Fri
Mrs. Fiirmna n HI radiani, .i., is visit
ing Mr. anld Mirs. Furnmn Bradhamin,
MIiss Lillian lrown has gone to
Winth1rop College to attend eigh t
weeks of' suiier school.
liss Daisy lFlowers left Mlonday for
Andrews for a visit with friends and
relatives for a week or ten days.
Miss Corinne McKelvey was con
firmed in the Synagogue in Sumter
Jud1ge .ohn S. Wilson lefIt Monday
for Kine-stree wIere he will begin the
thiird1 circuit of court.
Mr. . II. I.achicotte spent the
week-end it the home of Jude-e and
Mrs. Jlohni S. Wilson.
Mrs. lenry Slater of Orangeburg
's visitMg e siter, Mrs. J. W. Wide
. Mh. and Mrs. Leon Weinberg are
vistmgthir sister, M rs. Al. M.
T11n in ;Saimlpet.
Mr. .1. A. Weinberg Iis returned
'rom a1 six week's stay in Hattle
MIisses (Car1olyn I 'lowdeni, Vanii e
Lou Saul s an Mr N . I Ky Hagnial at
teinded the State Sundo ay School Con
venonil inl Rok IIlill hist week.
Mr's. IDa vis C oIon and Mrs. A. .
Weinbei'e of' Atlanta, and Mrs. ID.
Silvierman 'f Kingstrice spent a few
'lays of last. wieek with* Mr. and Mrs.
I solicit thrceshing ot oats, wheat
and lye. Am operating a new Case
Mao'chine which doe's tirst class work.
Sunnnerit on, S. (C.
The BEST CCL
for dIome'lstic 1
alwayS onl hall
It is est imated t hat oif 2100
States 8,000,000 have defect ive'
chiildlreni. Th'lat proportion is pr
chiildr en in C'larendlon (Count1y, li
neced spectacles thait are not wen
The child's chances for gett
tages aire few if it's vision is po0(
exam'ine'd aiid fit ted by
DIR. J. E.
Misses Mae Johnson and Effie Me
Cloud are visiting Mr. C. R. Sprott,
Mrs. Ben Ness and small daughter,
Shirley have returned from Sumter,
after a visit with Mrs. William Berg.
Boys, here is your chance. See no
tice of the County Superintendent re
lative to the examination for Clem
Mrs. J. H. Orvin spent the week-end
with her husband at the Columbia
Hospital, who is recovering from an
The fire department entertained
'Monday evening at a banquet at the
LeGrande Cafe. They had as their
guests, the Base Ball Boys.
Miss Netta Levi left Friday for
Pittsburg, Pa., to attend the wedding
of a classmate. She will then visit
other friends for the remainder of the
Misses Aline DuBose and Esterlena
Rea-don returned home last night af
ter spending several days in Colum
KEEP OUR SHIPS ON THE SEVEN SEAS
American ships, flying
the Stars and Stripes
will carry you and
your goods anywhere
Two and three generations
ago, the Stars and Stripes
were all over the world.
Then they almost vanished
from the seven seas. But
today they are back again.
Big splendid steamers, Ameri
can owned and operated,carrying
passengers and goods, are crowd
ing their way into all foreign
harbors with the Stars and
Stripes proudly fluttering from
American exporters, importers,
travelers- all cain help by ship
ping and sailing under the Stars
Operators of Passenger
Admiral Line, t7 State Street, New
York, N. -
.\antson Navigation Compnv, 26
.Nluns~on Steam11 Ship 1.ine, i Benver
Street, Netw 'Yoi I. X.
New York and Port o R ico S. S. Co.,
I I r . w I k, N. Y.
Parcitic Mail S. S. Co., .5 Broi:dway,
. S. N iut S. S. C , -n5 (rba enri,
s. o I of \\' !l Street,
'e YrkC NS O.
Fre useiit of
Shipping BIoard fihns
[;"e of NIupp q lI J .ne"tion picture
libu , le r 1e4b 1r111ctu s <fa Y
: '' i. .4 1i i orgami
i. In ce . Write foir imfirmi
a -o l Iau . I )on t.,r infor mation
. W asm tutu . I). C.
S1111IS FOR SALE
( I A nerian ritirns n ly)
Steel steamers. both oil arid coal
hrners. Also wiool stemn ers. wood
trill, id riecan-ginr tius. lnrther
informuation obtaiied by request.
Forsailings of passenger
and freight ships to all
parts ofthe world and all
otherinfor ma/ion, write
any of the above lines or
B. E. Chandler
Manning, S. C.
)Mschool children in the United
eys T(hat is one of every three
bably 'arger tihan found with the
uf. certaimv there are many who
nig tihe best tim its school advan.
.You can hav, its's eyes properly
NG, S. C.
Darlington as usual will celebrate i
the Fourth of July on pn elaborate i
scale. The posters on exhibit all over I
our town will give an idea of the
many events that will be staged on
this occasion. For years and years i
this hustling city has observe the I
great Fourth, and the eoming Fourth
will be celebrated in the same manner
as of years gone by. Those wishing
to see good cattle,, fast horses, base I
ball and other aminhements can go to i
Darlington on July 4th., and we assure |
then a good time,
PROGRAM FOR WEEK
Wednesday, Billie Burke in "The
Thursday, Lyons and Moran in five
reel conedy, "A Shocking Night.
Friday, Hobart Bosworth in "Below
Saturday, Douglas Fairbanks in
"Wild and Woolly."
Monday, -arry Carey in "West is
Tuesday, Alma Reubens in "A
World For Sale."
Wednesday, Wi. S. Hart in "The
VACANT THIS SUMMER
Columbia, S. C., June 8, 1921.
Mr. E. J. Browne,
County Skpt. Education,
Mmmiiing, S. C.
The Teachers' Scholarship for Clar
endon County is vacant this sumiper.
It is to be filled by competitive 'ex
am i nation July 8th.
In this time when the crying need
is for better trained teachers, you
would be rendering vast service to the
cause of Education by inducing sev
eral able and worthy young men to
compete for this scholarship.
Please senld us the names of any to
whom we should mail information.
Thanking you in advance, I am,
Sec. of Scholarship Committee.
HIOYS GET BUSY
A letter from' Clemson College
shows that there are three scholar
ships vacant for the four year course
and the usual one year agricultural
scholarship. Clarendon County for
some reasoi or other hardly ever fills
its quotlo. This should not be the
case. Clemson College is a fine in
sittution and has many advantages to
hold out to the young men of the
The examination will he on July
8th at the Court House. The subjects
will be Algebra, Plain Geometry, Eng
lish Graim 'ar,Engl ish Coiposition
and Rhemiatic, and Agriculture.
IlE 1. BROWNE,
2-1-2t Co. Sulpt. Ed ucaltionl.
INo trespassing or hauling of sand
will he allowed from my premises be
low the bridge in Ox Swamp. All |
such trespassers will be dealt with ac
cording to law.
22-(t-e Patrick Holliday.
This is a stor
1 dollar on evei
prices on all sumr
* dren. It isan opp
M Men'S Palm Beach Sui
* (f'ec tS, worth $15 to $18
* FRANCO MOD)EL (
Flannel and Mixtures
* fully worth $35.00, our
* All-wvool Serges in Bl1u
*fully give a new suit for
* These suits are fully wo:
kt. Our price now
* SPEI~CIA LS
* $10.00 Men's Crawford (
S$12.00 M~en's Crawford C
* $15.00 Men's Crawford (
* A big assortment of o<
* $8.50 for'
* $5.00 Ladies' Pumps a
I heel, in black and tan.
* $7.50 Ladies' Pumps a
IU heel, in black and tan
I U $10.00 Ladies' Pumps
* heel, in black and tan
A big assortment of o
* All Queen Quality Sm
* $15.00, go for
Men's White Oxfords
Ladies' KedS at
We also have a big ast
Wonderful Values at Prices
Guaranteed or Yo
$14.95 to $16.45
N In Grey, Tan, Mixed Effects,
and Stripes. And you can buy
0 them now at._ _-$14.95 to $16.45
Were $18 and $22 values.
SPECIAL SHOE SALE
N $10.00 Oxfords at --------$4.95
$15.00 Oxfords at $8.45
$18 Clapp Oxfords at --.-$12.45
Several odd lots of Oxfords,
$8.50 to $10.00 values in small
sizes at ----------------$3.85
50c Socks at ---- ---------...25c
$1.00 Socks at ------------...50c
$2.00 Socks at ---------- $1.00
0 25c Stockings at ---------- 15c
50c Stockings at -----------39c
$3.00 to $5.00
In Split, Sennetts, and. Pana
U Sale Starts Friday Morning at 8:15. Sa
IJOS. M. Cl
e where you are sure of receivir
y purchase you make. Just now
ner wear and supplies for wom<
ortunity to outfit yourself for the
Ls, in gray, tan and mixed Canvass Pr
-our prices $10 to $12.50 All our sho<
LOTHES FOR ME service or y<
, guaranteed all wool, Men's Ov
~rice --..--...-----$17.50 Men's Un
3 and1 Gray, we will cheer.. Men's Wc
every one that fades. Men's Ba
Lh $35.00 at today's mar- ers each -
IN SHOES Men's P.
)xfords at-......--.-$5.00 Men's Kh
xfords at --.......$6.00 Ladies' 1V
)xfords at --.---.---$7.50 Men's So<
Ids and ends, values up to merly sold:
nid Oxfords, low and high 40-inch SI
~~~~-~~-- ~---$2.95 32-inch S<
lid Oxfords, low and highChcI
nd Oxfords, low and high Apron Gi
---------$4.95 Dress Gil
ids andi ends, small sies color, p~er y
------.---98c Apron G
nmer Shoes, values up to color, per 3
--------$5.00 Fancy La
at-......$1.48 and $1.98 Stetson E]
-----$1.98 and $2.48 Come i,
'srtment of Ladies' White sidering qu.
E NEW IDE
to Move Quick. Quality j
ur Money Back.
MOHAIR $18.50 to $30.00 M
The Mohair Season is now at B
hand, and we have a beautiful
range of patterns at from
$18.50 to $30.00
Were $35.00 values.
BOYS' KNEE PANTS N
Knickerbocked or Straight
Pants at --- ------98c to $2.48 0
For Men and Boys
$1.25 Boys' Union Suits at 75c
Men's Union Suits for
$1.00 to $2.48
$2.00 Men's Shirts at .------98c M
$1.50 Boys' Shirts --------75c
Several lots of Madras and Per- N
cales at ----- $2.48 to $5.98
Our entire Stock of Boys' Knee
Suits at Half Price.
Boys' Palm Beach excepted.
ve Yourself Real Money. U
jR, S. C.
ED PRICES I
g the full value of your
we are making special I
bn, young women and chil
summer at Reduced Prices *
mps and Oxfords at very low prices.I
s are guaranteed to give satisfactory ,
>ur money back.
2r alls---....-------86c *
ion Overalls-- .-------$2.69 *
Ibriggan Underweair, shirts and draw
------ ------------------ 46c *
iletic Union Suits, per' suit--.-_87c
B. Pants, good quality, a pair .$3.39*
ai Pants, goodl quality, a pair $1.48*
liddy Suits, all sizes-.._...-........$2.98 U
~ks, all colors, extra good quality, for- B
~or 25c, our price-....-_..._----..._.......0
i, good quality, p~er yard--.---....8 3-42
a Island Homespun, per yard ....8 3-4c
sa Islandl H-omespun, per yard ..5 3-4c
mespun, good quality, per yard ....0cU
ngham, good quality, yard---....8 3-4c*
agham, best grade, guaranteed fast 3
ard --__----.....---..----...------.16%,c U
ingham, best grade, guaranteed fast U
wns, per yard-......--.....-.-- ......1c up,
ats---- _ .-.--------............$5.00 *
md see for yourself. Our prices, con
ality cannot be duplicated.
A C O.
MANNING, S. C..