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L-oj xl MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY,,JULY 6, 1921
Negro FA6u Aland Who Shot, d Kill
ed Dr. Lfiton C. Lipscomb, For
nerly of Colunbiae at Ninety-Six
Taken Frtmi Greenwood for Safe
Greenwood, July 5.-Two hours aft
er the fatal shooting of Dr. Lawtq
C. Lipscomb, prominent farner and
druggist of Ninety-six, Pink Griffin,
a negro farm hand, was captured by
a posse of citizens headed by L. M.
Lipscomb, a cousin of the (lead man,
brought to Greenwood and turned
over to the county officers. The negro
6vas spirited away from the Green
w wood county jail for safe keeping.
Governor Cooper wil )be asked to call
4 a special term of court to try the
negro. - A full confession was made
- by Griffin to his, captors. David
Machen, another negro implicated,
was also carried away for safe keep
ing. Dr. Lipsc'itb was shot six times,
three of the bullets taking effect in
the region of the heart. Following a
reprimand 'iven Griflin, for beating
his mule, 'riflin followed from the
barn lot and began firing when Dr.
Lipscomb was a short distance from
his house. Apparently Dr. Lipscomb
had turned and madei an- effort to
wrench the pistol from the negro's
hands, powder burns and bullet.
wounds in the right hand indicating
such. He was dead when his wife
e 'reached him. The news of the fatal
* hooting of Dr. Lipscomb quickly
spread and fully 2,000 citizens formed
a poose and literally combed the
woods and swamps for miles around.
The negro wvas captured on the Sea
board railway, near Alexander's brick
yard, gJout five miles from the sc-ne
of the deed. Sheriff Cannon Blease
of Newberry was telephoned for and
with bloodhounds responded at olce.
When captured, the hounds were hot
on Griflin's ianck. Members of Dr.
Lipscomb's family urged that the law
4be allowed to take its course,- and
the posse dispersed soon after the
negro was brougiht to jail.
Dr. Lipscomb is survived by his
wife, who was 3li s Sallie Cathcart of I
Columbia, one sister, Alrs. G. T.. Cal
hounl of N'iniety-six, and three broth
ers, George W. Liscomb, E. P. ip
scoib and J. N. i :cscomh, all of
Laurens, July 5.-(reenvood oitli
cers who spirited the negro slayer of
).Dr. Lipscomb out of Greeccnwood this
afternoon to avoid possible mob vio..
lence arrived in Laulren shortly after
6 o'clock. They also lad with them
the negro who the iu rderer is said
to have forced to carry hin out of
Ninety Six in a eal and w\,ho is said
to have informIled the o ver(s of tie
slayer's identity. Thine pri oners w're
lodged in the county jail nutil some
repairs could e aic.de on ti otli
eers' car. 'I'h en accompai ed by Sler
iff Reid, the party proceeded toward
Spartanhurg or Greenville. Deputy
Sheriff Owtings a four rural pol ice
men who went to t he scence of I li
tragedy after first going to Sauludla
and vic'inityv to assist. in tiin' main
hiunit returnedl here tonight. Dri. lips
combil wais a brother-ini-law of \V.
D.tl rd ad wais relatedl In manyi;
other Lurense peop(le .
Dr.Lipiscombn was for neairly 201
years a re'siden't of' coinia aicc fori
15 years wvas thte ownecr an id propr'i
('e'r ot thI drlig dtore that still h'airs
C'oming~ to ('ohunh~ia na a young
acmn he a c(Ictd ai position a'- pchar
mnacist at the staite peitentiary un
dler Dr. D). S, Popie~ and (col. I). JI.
Griiflith, whou was'i thin .supinf(iilten'ident
(of the icenitenctiary'~. lIe also work']edl
fori a timee ini F'isher I )utg store
later going~ju int luice s 15 is - owni
A ne('(ount., estabcll.h ig hipscoi~cl
drug stor' near the pist flicce. inc
191.-1, his hiea~lthi faiiing, he sitd hiid
'h)iuineiss intere:- ticto '~cttc'i
drug stoire ind imovid tc>~ntvSx
his forimert homine, ticto ~pi c
oin hjis farm.
MRllS. G. h. I11A NE S [NT El(TI.\IN EDl
iAl's. G. K. I'canks <ntcrtinci' la
T Ihurstday e'v'niicg in honor of lher sis
Ier-in-law, \liss Ilattic' I. llcin (it
A n.ldrcws. Jii et i i('c w vipa xeclai
Mi~ss Adrhecc \Veciinhcerc' w'.On tIc. firiu
booby. Mli i h ell( --e iof ticn- eveccii'
who wvere: lcise's I tatic' Ilanks, Bit a
Hiuggims, A cddic Winba. g. AlIicc \Vit
sonm, AhI n' Rigby, 'Mihi Ired Brown;
Mecssrs. .1. C. lDinkins, Sicmi Iiai'ioc
SHarry Gerahlt, Thiioas Pingnal, Jiim
'Spn'ott. am n dt na m.
DIES IN NEW YORK
Leading Citizen of Sumter Passes
Aaway - Funeral Held Monday,
Came to This Country From Scot
land and Made Great Business
Sumter, July 2.-News of the death
of Col. Thomas Wilson, which took
place in New York City at 10 o'clock
Friday evening, caused a deep feel
ing of grief throughout ,this whole
community. Colonel Wilson lied been
a resident of the city of Sumter for
maniy years and had made many busi
ness associates and a great 'nany
cldse and loyal friends.
Thomas Wilson was born at Air
dh'ie, Scotland, September 5, 1846, and
in early manhood marriel Miss Eliza
beth McCarmack a id shortly there
after came to New -York, residing
thpre and in Jersey City, N. J., for
several years, subsequently moving
to North Carolina, where he eIgraged
in farming and in the lumber busi
ness. Leaving North Carolina in
1883, he settled in South Carolna
and engaged in the lumber business,
conducting large lumber manufac
turing enterprises in Williamsburg
and Clarendon counties. During this
period of his activities he construct
ed the Northwestern railroad, of
vhich 1e was the first and only pres
ident. Some 15 years ago he dis
posed of his lumber interests and
moved to the city of Sumter and con
tinuously resided here, devoting his
entire time to his large farming ii
terests anl the business of the
Colonel Wilson was possessed of
remarkable ability, strong determina
tionl an1d steadfastness of purpose. In
addition to these characteristics,
Which alone frequently insure sue
cess, he was a man of- great bu.i
ness acumen with usual clarity of
vision and sanity of judgment. IIe
was loyalty itself to those whom lie
called his friends and true to everv
obligation. IIis simple statemen't
was his bond. lie was devoted to
those high virtues which make home
life dear. Those Tnew him best
loved h1 im most. IIis death ends a
loig life of usefulness and service.
Colonel Wilson is sulrvived by his
widow, Alrs. Elizabeth AleCar'mack
Wilson, and his children, Aliss Marv
Wilson, )r. E. I?. Wilson, 3irs. G. A.
ILmme 11111, AIrs. R. 1). Gralaim and
.1o11hn Wilson, all of Sumter; C. Al.
W ilson of Suin illertol, WV. B. \Vilso i
of lampa,. 'la., anld ''llolas Wilson,
.1r., of L.ouisiana, and a ibrother, Alat
thew Wilson of Airldie, Scotlald.
The fIuneral sCrvices. w'r'e con
ducted at the residence on the after
110011 of Alonday, -July .1, at 4 o'clock.
The active pallbearers were 1)r. Archie
Chim, 1. C. Strauss, .J. A. Raflield, .1.
11. Clifton, C U 1. .1 rand, R. .1. Blaid,
all (if SuitCr; R. '. Iaire of Florenice,
1). Ilamiltoni McKay of, - Charlott.
ain R. I). Cronly of \Vilmington. The
hlonlorry pallbearers were 11. Walter
(If New A ork, .J. R. Renly, of Vil
imintoi, N. C., L.yman l)eimo Of
\\nmliulgton, N. C., A. \V. Alndersoii
of Augusta, johnl1 AleSwain of Tim
Imons1ville, %. 0. Purdy of Sumtr, F.
Bairron Crier (If Gre"'nwood, C. G.
RNIw1lnd of Sumiter, Neail OI')oinell
Of 8i11ter, It. A. Brand of Wilminlg
ton, It. C. Watts of I auilens, (;eorge
B ':Elliott of Wilmihigton, XV. II.
Newell of Rolky Alouit, .ohnIII T. Reid
(.f WXXliitngton, C. C. Whitaker of
'j*::m;pa, Frla., 1>. A. zyjlleuox of, Ilor
ll', C. .1. Shaninon, .jr.. of Calldn.
NEWSY ITEMS FROM
All. T. RI. ()wen4 lcft Saturday for
( hesterielvi, wiere he will iil his
father, the llev. T. l. OweIt , 1n a
Alesliun's 3ag:lgie tCalvin and ,1. Al.
AT lls areI SlIIling2 a fejw davs ill
SuIIIt-. as tuests (If AIrs. .1. W..\Mims.
Alr., ol AIrs. Ibivid ileatson, oif
Almmmelo, spent th I-I'lourthi at thi'
.Rev. I). I.. Ill left last wIeek for'
Grenule to Ssaitend thce.Hpi< s
.?.li.r Salie AI(ellillani of Mu~llins, is
Al iss ..fessie Curt 5i('rturna1(l \Ved
nersday ll'rm Sp~artanhurlgip, whlere' shei
at fn'I-i the1( Wo~lrld Tr~iaiing Scheool.
All'. ad AIrs. XX. TI. lIrso, ofl
20u(n1 r, spenlt last li-'ri,'; with M\trs.
Annic I 'llong
hive 'etuIiri froim a wee'k's visit
wVit hla ives at' If )ivis Stit (iIo
rs.~lt I i ci30 l(irIsn fn childe of(l
ilot 'wentf last ThuI~rs(ay to Wil..
Iin '(il, wheri I h wi il r isI her sis -
-l I ld A, . 0. S'id Wise, and Aliss
hi ''i Wil, t S' tfly an reet ly visie
th Wmnan' le s hist\ian~ U lTempIr
fcol i liilincasfr;.wlagl
oation is 1 ing tha c'ovenc'tio o al
TOBACCO SEASON TO
OPEN JULY 19th
At a meeting of The Pee Dee To
bacco Association held in Florence on
Saturday it was decided to opjen the
warehouses in South Caro ina on
Tuesday, July 19th. This meeting was
attended by Practically every ware
houseman who operates this side of
the Pee Dee river.
From the expressions heard at this
meeting it is believed that the cheap
er grades of tobacco, especially com
non lprimings will not bring any price
this season. It is felt that the better
grades will command fair prices.
Our local warehousemen, Messrs.
Clark, Cothran and Gerald attended
The tobacco crop has made won
derful strides during the past two
weeks and while the crop will not be
as large as in years past, still the
outlook is much brighter than it has
We want to urge the tobacco grow
ers of Clarendon County to patronize
the home markets in Manning. Our
warehousemen are as line a set of men
asi -will be found anywhere in the
United States. They all stand high
in the tobacco world and are recogniz
ed as experts when it comes to the
handling of tobacco. They are just
as anxious to see our farmers get the
top price for tobacco as the farmers
Oir roals- are nov. inl good shape
and we imderstand the bridges across
Black River will be in shape to travel
on by the opening of the season, so
there is no Cx (us" for. our tobacco
trrowers in the Sanlem sect ion not to
Patronize this market. The welfare
of the county denenda; on the :aminount,
of trading that is done at home and
riig-ht now the m chanat : < the coul
ty needs this trade.
Clem'Zon College, '.1. C.
.July 6th, 1921.
As a ie5ult of a recent discussion
with a onumb r of aut h1orit ies oil to
bacco inl rear id to market dem1in ands
this sunmer il South Carolina, we
feel it umr duty to in press up1 ion you
at this time two points:
First. It will he useless Waste of
time ad moncy to harvest the lower
''pant bed' leaves o' inferior "'lugs."
01 couri-e this does not mean that
none of thet' lower -leaves :ne desirable
but the che:Ip, trashy l-aves aml si-lh
:mle s beaie tI w0uld best he
left m the ti;h fr 1anurMe, as ve
canl not hope for theml to bring cost
of cuii and han-iling. Some think
that such -ales will not even ". et a
"bid" on the w:irehioiuse floor. A bout
this we ih> n.ot )now, but we do know
that such goods, it sol, will only
st:!m out -attically gainst the
farmioie ani mii pric lower next
Secmod. N, :et from -ood soulr
('(S that this year it will hi. alsohitI
y necesa-ily f' the ftrmer to ilet hi:
tobacco -t ri- P - I for I herig.
T he "'reenirde which have beenl
Felling . o! in the( pat m-e apt to be
: -, drag on] the mar iiket. These !ri e:s
have beenl (-:,:im-ted !a the piAt, bit
the fign mark-t is inl such sh-ape
that you can not depend on it. Ift the
han11d. mr "cropperis" pull1 -mil. .".'1-cl
leaves, cill them out tfro the curine
befor m:-keting. A t tie end of t1
season, aI'tir havigi had thei hulked
down, nu ket tihose green leaives from
This, inlfor-i.tion ik beine- distribuit
ad at the r-ul'-t of the S thIt Car()
linm Tob: 'Ai oci-ation which is
eninosedof armes, anker meryv
I imn'.u, w'm\ .eu0een, ami huvers
ma1 opther-', anI.; as ou i mitaim list is
not ai till as we shoubl like we \w mt
to as %i1 oni(e who tret: this letter
to try' t 'in all he '-nn to pass oni this
m forn-itmnO a- xi' feel it w'il Imeaniu
thou-ad i-f dolhuir-i smx-o to the
statel 2 1o-o i- wth Te h-mker..,t
ne'd' rhi- me-age -o try to hielp us
to ' iti hi-i. IThe niwspapi r ofii t
l(JNOlE- OF l)-\N(-E
tair. -l Al : 2)2.i Oi . s ic a ion iin.
in f La t week~- in lion. i of Al[r-s
-v ir-:i li' - 1 I i - f '-roi r ii l-l
Taher Tan 'b-i-l Irmaii lle v
.\ar We s .\laryx I lim -i, Atless
R() \ I) )Id DFImD 801.1)
I ha ttno uiatJulyc-, Th Iord of
.;(lei of 11) t et enn-siei Aia-u na li
rdin it adI er t today. The dateo
i-ri-i-o sal- was enteredl ini the ease
of' Josephi b.lit-um it. al., (-w-iutiors of
the estate of Russeil Sat-e, for money
advx'iacd fia oil-erat ioun i (the rioti.
Theii mii iniu hiid was t:nd at $4,
TONSIL CLNIC TO
BE HELD THIS MONTH
At the request of the local commit
tee, Mx. J"-iRant ,went to Columbia
and saw Dr. J. A. layne, public health
officer of the State, and Mrs. Ruth A.
Dodd, director of bureau of child hy
giene and public health nursing, and
arranged with them for the Tonsil
Clinic which will be 'neld at Manning
on July 26th, 27th and 28th.
Dr. Ilayne promised to come to
Manning and inspect the building and
give all of the necessary <lirections,
and to return at the time of the Clinic
to superintenl. He agreed to furnish
a physician experiencel in nose anl
throat operations and in the adminis
tering of anesthetics. . Mrs. Dodd<
agreed to furnish trained nurses and
to endeavor to obtain from Cam p
.Jackson, or elsewhere, folding iron
Dr. C. E. Crosby of Greenwoot,
With a splendid reputation as a spec
ialist, has been employed to perform
the olwratiAns, a1ul there will be six
Parents are urged to send in the
names of children with <liseasedI ton
sails. A large number are expected to
take advantage of this opportunity to
get at home, for a small amount, a11
of the arivartages that could( be ob
ta mned at a hospital in a city.
It appears now that the cost will
probably not be over $20.00, owing
to the co-operation anIl assistance of
the State IIealth Depa. ment.
EtYorts are being moade to get
special r. tes on dental work and eye
examilation and glasses, in orler that
no child may be handiczpp.,l in grow
th anl (levelopment. by remediable <le
Mir. S. Oliver O'Bryan has been aup
pointed chairnian ot f the committee.
MRl. .JOE DAVIS ENTElTA INS
Mr. Joe Davis entertailncl his Sun
<lay School Class of young men, who
invitel Ia number of young Ildies to
accompany thent, onl a ch eicken awl
Iislh supper at IHome I 'ak Tnu-sa y
,ight. Inl spite of the ili'nleent
we:tther a most enjoyable timoe was
hId. TIho;e -pre!et were: .lisses
Thelmnta Ealon ,L il-i \latrarite I )iek
-on, 1lary Sue W'ilson, Virginia (.of_
fey, Mlhred Smith, S:tr-nh Ias
1'annie Jihes I)avi, Al;ry Ilamnier.
(ertriee. 4,ee, Fra'cis Brown, salbeile
l homas Alessrss am Ilieby, Cino,.
Wels,.., -Im i i lia t'O ,.\ It n 1''.
<lonl, W illie A1<1 atos l nd-s
Spr-ott, Charlie H)uvig, Iugh ()vin,
.Tohni D: Geali,.r. zutinl Davis amd
Willie Hrmllevy. .-Ir. and AIrs .ov'
)avis anl .l I. ati l Mrs. .Janes I)ick..
Sonl (ltilrnel the ~pariy of youm.
IMISSFS W Ei,, .ND
II.1N1YR ElNTEIT.\IN El)
Al-isses Alari' Weliglsi l rv Ilon
ner entertaIinet iat Progre.Ssiv'e Rook
at the hoitm' of .iss Wells last IFri
<ly ovenling-. .\ vontevt wa..s l'ehd am111
the .rze a ox Or V 1:1y, we tto is
Th'lellma I":11ln :nid Mr. Craven Birad
Itimt, the hooby priz', a b re st ick
of ct:tily, was wion by Aliss ary
I lam nertt. an1l Mr. .Iltes Snmith, tt tlie
close tfr tII e evenin te an ice ) cittrset
ws servetl ithe vte.4s, wih wer :
1l1ises I. A r
'an i . n s vis, M\ice ClI rk, l il
dred Brown, Ca thrine \rnt, Ibt
tt ierv't'n, f iia Sprott, Al ry iiby,
mna 1 - on. \'ir inia iCotfev, 1 i m is
a:lon; .sr lun Wl
lrow-niv E:i i .lli., W ellk, W iver
:l , .\I tonl 11 ln, T. V. himiN:m t,
tharlie l It vis, ureI I t, SIt mtt;m
liigby, . I s mith, 'iws , 1.:r9vit,
I raveni~ slirs'olham, t It Ionno W ls Ir.t
W aveat - l hIs' is , ste host s',.\isseats'
.\birit l ls~t i ay ll a er a h5ls (s'st
<h n - S.S (ch rl, ll- ne m
SIAl !Kh. W.'0. I)\VI'S I NSiT\l
'lh ets ' W . t C. haia 'stiseta (si tti \'
neitihborhiatl llook ('lub t tlad Itriba
afoten (itn. Itae asti i tev~ t hs urOti
ho u t the llt oS.~i f~i's'ii th1 af in
ttce couse ther 'SpOit. :, iel te
thite .\lecton wil stt.'ni,.ak
CIVIC LEAGUE DONATES
$30.00 TO BAS E II ALL ASSO.
July 4th, 1921.
Mr. S. L. Huggins,
Director Manning Bas Ball Asso.,
Enclosed you will please find a small
donation for Base Ball Association.
which the Civic League hopes will
help in the financial afl'airs of the As
We regret very much not being
able to send you a very muich larger
check, but we are financially embar
assed at present-but we have divid
ed our bvnk account in half with you.
With best wishes for a continuance
of the teams good work.
I am11n cordially yours,
Flora M. Weinberg, Pres.
The Base Hall Association wishes to
thank the Civic League of the (lona
tio.< of $30.00 and to say that it was
highly appreciated by all members of
At the home of Mrs. Catherine
Elvanis, tnear Brewington, on Satur
day, July 2nd, a family reunion was
held. Mrs. Evans is eighty-five years
of age and has been living at the
same place for the past seventy years.
IIer son lives on the old family .place
Her fi-e chiild ren, Mesimes It. F.
Evans and E. It. Watts of Mayesville,
M. C. Dukes of Greelyville, 'I. V.
Evans of Brewington atn1d Mr. S. W.
Evans were all present. Besides the
five chilren there were thirty-one
granid-l i d reni and nineteen great
g- ranIdch ild renI lweenvlt. Six grand..
children and seventeen great grand
chilbren wer be ll o b le presetnt.
Inlcludintg the childreni, 12rancllhildren
and great-gindehire and other re
latives and friends, tbere were one
hundred and fifty present.
State vs. R. T. :inld .1. W. TouChI
herry---vehicle liceIse Iaw-AppealedI
fromi Mag-i-trtate ettut, a rgued, de
dlared consltiutioII.1 byud.
State vs. Irene Frazier, :Itl :I
ve y -- -CINV reVOpened0, new trial g-rant
Stat. vs. Frank 1,ilonhw ati C(opley
Davis--Car breakin'.-- guilty to ('()I)
Ivy Iivi. , I year or 8-200.011,'wit vruiitv
as to Ftank enitow.
State v .. .1 . . lhnson --lireach it
t t fit ih fradillent intncutin t not
StAte vs. W ill lnIers(n-vifola tion]
p Iroh 1iition h1t1- Iw-- uIIil ty, reCo~iM m1enda14 1
tion to inr c~)(y, :--ente-nce 5 mot h fi ,- orl
On motion1 (0f attornev:: at tho b-le
there wtould b, I jutry cases in cmt
A, common pleas.". After. takim- 1 on .1
1]efaul1t .indgiment a dhear1ing-u few mll..
tions court adond Iaura ni- I
NOT'I --In laut wek's ssit a mis
takt. was iade in nIt itemiii of the,
ourit news. It read: State vs. l-'ran
31radham111, g-lrand lar-ceny, f":nd1tv --I
yearl and line S1.00. It shmuild ivi
beeni Frank linadlhaw inste'ad ('fI
LOCAL HAPPENINGS Of
TWMNTY YEARS AGO
.hdly 10, 1901
Mis. 1. I). (h-rnhl and chill ar
visitini: relatives at lastover.
The telephoin. lin, lhetit Maln
thei oint y: Ittil.: U i al n sn
p in i t Tindal's I!d i ntw hii.
of rli n ~ton ir vit~sit in: .\ - re. I \
their l)se. rd
WILL MAKE DRIVE
ON TAX DODGERS
Bureau of lnternal Itevelme now Very
Washington, July 5.---The bureau
of internal revenue, beginning to..
mr01ow, will attempt to round Up
all sales tax dodgers in the United
David II. Blair, commissioner of
inteinal revenue, appears to be ex
'eptioially serious. ie believes that;
many million dollars are oweI the
governmenot. I[e insists that, ii
dence of frauld, or wilful refusal to
colleet and pay t( tax, wi i hI fol
lowed by prosecut ion--"in every
ease." Mr. Blair adds that. in event
of conviction, he will insist that the
severest penalty possible he imptosed.
The regular force of 2,000 d.puty
collectors vill be aided in the drive
by a mobile squad of 250 specially
trainel revenue oflicers. Special i at
tention will be given to voificalion
of' returns of man ufacturers' e:' oise
tax, the tax on soft drinks, at'? ,:1
tIansportation, jewelryi, aid l i iol
a insurance taxes. Month! e
turn of these taxes is requlired.
The force will begin work at Bos
ton, New York, Pittsbur, Bam..
more, Atlanta, New Orleans, Clove..
land, Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapno .;,
St. Louis, IaIlas, Den ver an.! S
From lBaltimore, Rtichnoni, .ai
etgh and Columbia will be wo-kcd.
F rom Atlanta, attention will be
di'ected to the cities of Tennease.
and '\Ahwn, Augusta, Savannahl, :111d
Vithlin a few days t -10 it 0;
I' im vvd to I lihll tlh ia, Bir
Lunlli: vilb., ('Cinnil1i
kve-, F't., Worthl, 11 "ushm ad SAT
L-ake ('itY. Frorn1 IBirmillinrha, Alowe
anwr y aial \lobile, and tlw aiti '
Ali. si.i;sippi wi\. i g i 'il
lieua iin: 'o her de \l -
:ihoriza e z t hw faa la v -II -
"Thle drive, will ),a ; .'1
tai Si:tae. s ei.
.ul n to t % i- ua i,1 (. u
lalla iluflacltr r''
nt sota' di'ii. s, .ah 1 I t i
'iet' vax s. .\ a i I
(Ixes; are- reqjuirtd.
' liiscoverie (if ;r- I -
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