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MANNING, S. C., WEDNEE
NEWSY NOTES Of SIJMMERION
One of the features of Armistice
Day was the foot ball game between
Summerton and Bishopville high
schools. Bishopville who had run up
big scores on both Manning and King
stree, each of whom had defeated
Sumnmerton, thought they would run
up a large score here, and keep our
team from scoring. But such couldn't
be, for "Red" Godwin grabbed a pass
in the third further and rushed the
forty yards between himself and the
goal for touchdown. And this was not
all, just before the end of the first
half Hugh Gus had plunged his way
up the field, on the road for a score,
only to have two passes dropped and
Bishopville got the ball. Altogether,
though the first half was decidedly the
visitors; for they scored 28 of their
3. points during this half.
The second half was ours, absolutely
from the kick off which Bill Davis re
turned 25 yards, till the whistle, as
James Richardson took a pass for 20
yards, it was all Sunimerton-except
for one short instant when Bishopville
interceptedt a pass and went over. Dur
ing this half, James McKnight ran
his team like a "Bo" MAcilillon, and
t:e backfield responded like men of
more experience-fake plays and pass
formations going off like clock work,
with Burgess passing amost )erlfectly.
The only thing that kept us from
scoring nrre was the "rubber tend
enevy'" oin the pait of those reccivini
Iasses. They iropl)ped there, usually.
Even 't that, the three lines carried
tile ball inside the 20 yard line and
so1m1e onie failed, till "IRed'" got loose
and Summeorton had done what neith
er of her coml petit tors could do.
The ga me was featured, in the first
half by the all-round precision and
drive of the Bishopville team, with a
lew bright spots of individlual plnying
on Summinert on's part. Godwin and
Allen Davi::, the th ree ends, played
good ball all the gime. Bill Davis at
Can Be Cured!
But You Must Clear Your Blood
of Waste Products.
Lack of excreise and improper diet causes
waste prodlicts to accumulate in the blood.
You wil at once realize iat unless the blood
is pirc, some part of the body will become
lthcuiatis., withi n pa and ;- ii
ole of the most seriou diseases caNsed bv
wasc products in tile blood. You know, ;f
course, the blood is. not coniiIed alone Ilo the
airteries 1nd veins1. It passes ouit (of thCee
chnesto all parts of thle holy. Ibis is
how 1dieur or waste produe'ts ire dle
pote ! in lie muscles andl joints. Genuine
relief cn lbe had only by correcting the
baI trubd: - :sse pr'.ducts.
Thiuouilms :mdf thouianids of men and
wt n uinje tihe past S) years h ive cleared
the ir I ood of waste proldcs withi S. S. S.
It is the idea! rieedy for rheumia1ismn, be
caiuw it remtoves the pi ous wa015V:ste niatter
wichii i auingt the troublde. There are no
had :iter effects and the resuilt is wonderful.
II,:in takinog S. S. S. today and writCe for 56
.ut llo trated tboklet, "FaKcts .ftisut //C
I Irf on! micar ii Ivice, wit hourtcharge,
may5 1 o be hadl by sending ai compillete
deIn nr1 'rd youir Cafse. Ad!dress Chief
M\ D ~ Qrefr, Swift SpeUe Co., 731
I.S .s Laborior, A tlantai, e... All good
drug st>re Iu S. S. S.
est rnarket pric<
berries. We are
nling daily. For
J. M. ROW E,
Don't wait, get bu
inning as Second-Class Matter.
)0 per year in Advance
IDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1921
taked did the same, while Hugh Gus
and the halves backed up the line well.
In the second half things were re
versed and the whole Summerton team
Summerton Lodge No. 105 A. F. M.
convened on Friday night, 11th. The
third degree was conferred on several
candidates, and the work (lone to per
fection, after which the members
were set up to oysters and coffee by
the class, to the enjoyment of all pre
This Lodge is up to date in every
respect, almost, and obeys the edicts
of the Grand Lodge, A. F. M. They
had their check $166.00 at headquart
ers on the Anniversary (lay of the
George Washington National Masonic
Memorial Association, November 4th,
as is shown by the folowing receipt
and copy to A. Franlf Hart, Grand
Secretary and J. C. Lanham, Secre
tary, Summerton, S. C.
ir. .1. Claude Kuper, Treasurer,
- Washington, D. C.
Dear Sir and Bro.
Please find herewith check to your
order for $166.00 from Summertoi
Lodge No. 105 A. F. M., Summerton,
S. C. This is $1.00 per capita.
Please make out Life Membership
and 100 per cent. certificate in the
name of this Lodge, and send same to
Br. J. C. Lanham, Secretary, Sum
Ierton, S. C.
Geo. T. Bryan,
P. S.-"I congratulate you and your
Lodge upon its generosity and splen
did achievement. G. T. B."
That indicates that there will be
erected to the memory of the father
of this country, George Washington,
an immense structure on Shooters Hill,
Alexandria, VaI., the financing of
which will be done by the Masons of
the United States, as every Mason is
explected to contribute at least, one
dollar each. That building will be
erected, for every Mason is just as
intent on that as the people were in
the olden times when it was declared:
"So built we the wall; and all the wall
as joined together unto the .half
thereof: for the people had a mind to
This Lodge hasn't given out speci
fications and contract for their temple
at Summerton yet, but the matter is
now in the hands of a committee of
the best business members, as I have
learned by the grape vine route, but
as soon as I get the particulars I will
give you a write up.
I, onor roil for month of October.
'Ihose making an average of 90 on
both studies and department form the
1onor roll, while the high honor roll
inludes those whose average has
1st. grade---high honor, Charlie Ma.
soni, H-elena Griste--honor' roll, Jone
Hlenry~ King, Rowland Childers, Alex
I Iarvmn, Lena Gordon, Char les Land.
2ndI. gradle-honori rollI, Mablc F'el
der, Mat tie owe, Carolyn Danvis, An
.'dt. gro high honor, Normielle
UrI:ui sford, Charles Plowden, honor
roll,* Anni h 'elser.
4th grade---D lruc illa Gee, ~Junior
Flaadon, Henr y Lanhanm.
5th. grade--Alice Walker, JTames
Carson, Maysie Hlelser, WV. WV. Davi
.Johln E. Rowe, Sarah Davis.
(;thI. grade --Sue Lesesne, .Jul ia
('antey, Charles Allen.
7th. grtade-high .honor, Virginia
Da:vis, lBessie Mood, Eldward Mathis,
h'nor rollI, Mlargartet Burtgess, Thomas
Da)vis, Ramisy Mellet te, Gu'ery Stukes.
0 Carloads of
ted At C
purposes. We are now
s being paid. Holly S1
loading cars at Sumrr
boxes to pack the hol
as to prices, etc., see
sy now, and make S(
Talent Has Been Especially Well
SURE TO PLEASE EVERYONE
Lyceum Course Part of Modern
Community Life-Ticket Sal,
Should Be Large.
The attractions for this --season's
Lyceum course have been definitely
announced. The course is an especial
ly excellent one and the sale of season
tickets should be large.
The attractions on the course are
all to be furnished by the Redpath
Bureau, and this means that they aie
sure to please everyone.
Lyceum courses, with their Informa
tive, inspirational lectures and good,
clean amusement, are an integral part
of modern community life, and there
is no question but that the local
course will be splendidly received.
The numbers on the course are ax
Dunbar Male Quartette.
Harold Proctor ard Co.
A lion Packard, En'tainer
SUMMERTON, S, C.
8th. grade- Elizabeth Anderson,
Marion Burgess. Cora Belser, Frances
Felder, Mae Medlin, Katie Cantey,
Ernestine Tisdale, Whitaker Ansley.
9th grade.-Grace Cobia, Mary Eli
zabeth Mathis, Aletha Walker, Joe
Ansley, Edward Brailsford, Thomas
Burgess, Philip Joseph.
10th. grade-high honor, Frances
Dingle, Annia Mood, Tappy Lesesne,
honor roll, George Cain, Manigault
Capers, Mary Elizabeth Hunter, John
Land, Moodie Martin, Hugh Gus Rich
11th. grade-high honor, Belle
Cantey, honor roll, Helen Davis, Em
ma Wynne Mood, Sue Esther Pitts,
Music Class.-Elizabeth Anderson,
Tora Cobia, Sara Hunter, Leona Ross.
FIRE IN MINE
Denver, Colo., Nov. 15.-A fire
which broke out tonight in the sur
face buildings of the Monarch Mine
two and a half miles south of Louis
ville, Colo., destroyed the tipple of
the. mine and caused damage, the
amount of which has not been esti
mated, according to a report received
NOTICE OF SALE
State of South Carolina,
Court of Common Pleas.
Notice of Sale.
The Suniter Trust Company, Plaintiff,
Billy Nelson and Cyrus Johnson, De
Under and by virtue of an Execution
from the Court of Common Pleas to
me directed in above cause, I have
levied upon and will sell at public out
cry for cash to the highest bidder in
front of the Court Holusce(loor at Man
ning, S. C., on Monday, December 5th,
1921, being salesday wvithin the legal
hours for judicial sales the interest
of above named diefendlants in the
following dlescribedi real estate:
A portion of the Harper Tract lying,
and heing in Clarendon County, South
Carolina, conveyed to Billy Nelson and
Cyrus .Johnson by the Sumter Trust
Company, be; lots Nos. 11, 12 and
13 on plat of .ne made by G. TV.
Fl ;d, Surveyor, dlatedl September
19ii9 and recorded in the office of the
Clerk of ("urt for Clarendon County
in Plat iook No. 5 at page 10, andl
containing one hundre'd and~ sixty andl
fourm-tenths (160.4) acres.
DaIted November 14, 1921.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
J. E. G;AIBLE,
Sheriff of Clarendon County.
v buying. High
>rigs must have
terton and Man
ly sprigs in and
ANNING, S. C.
ime easy money.
Leaving Sardinia! Forced to Sell Out Entire
Stock at Whatever it will Bring!
SALE STARTS FRIDAY
Morning, Nov. 18, 9 A. M.
$10,000 Worth of Staple Merchandise to be
thrown on the market at far less than manu'
Dry Goods, Men's and Boy's Clothing,
Ladies'Ready-to-Wear, Shoes, Suit Cases,
Come! It will be worth money to you.
SARDINIA MERCANTILE CON
Sardinia, S. C. D. LEFF, Prop.
NOTICE OF SALE corded in office of Cleric of Court for nunbers, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 42, 43,
said County and State in book E. 5 44, 45 and 46 as shown on %aid Mar
Stat ofSouh Crolnaon pagc 59; tin plat. And said parcel of land also
County of Clarendon. (2) Deed of S. Y. -Barnes to Caro- includes the rear portions of lots
Court of Common Pleas. lina Stock Farms, Inc., dated May 2, numbeis 39, 40 and 41,-two-thirds
D 1918 recorded in said office in book bf which lots 39, 40 and 41 were here
Bank of Santee, aintiff, B. 5 on page 502; tofore conveyed by J. A. Weinberg to
Ban o Snte, lantff (3) Deed of S. M. 1-aynesworth to MI. L. MeCollough. And the remnain
C. Watson Tindal and Felix R. Dingle, Carolina Stock Farms, Inc., dated May ing one-third which are the re por
Defendants. 2, 1918 recorded in said office in book tions of lots numbers 39, 40 and 41
Under and by virtue of a Decree of B. 5 on page 501; fronting on Barfell Street as shown
Unde an by irte o a Dcre 9f (4) Deed of C. S. Land to Carolina on saidl piat are intendedl to be and
the Court of Common Pleas made in ( Stock Farms, Inc. .ad to Carolna
above entitledl action to me directed, Stcork~ saids Inc. dated May 14, 1918 aeicue ntepre esrn
abvnildato om drcercre nsi office in book B. 5 on three hundred feet as above set out.
I, J. E. Gamble, Sheriff of Clarendon page 509; andl mrbookpB.r5aon
will sell at public outcry to the high-- (a e 5 an f J. Epp Dennis to
est bidder for cash, in front of the Car edn Sofk Ep eni J FarmsGIcBdate
Court House dloor~ at Manning, S. C., June 12, 1918, recorded in saild office______________________
on Mondlay, the 5th (lay of December ibokB. 5on page 554-- ----------
1921, being salesday, within foloen legal (6) Deed of Geo. E. I-ludgins dlat- AiINSJArIsSL
hours for judlicial sales, the folwn dJune 22, 1918 recorded in said of
dlescribed real estate:fieibok.5onpg56
.All that piece, parcel or lot of land, For in bore So pagcua 56.escriptionorerofJ.M.Wid
wvith barns and dw~ellhng thereon, of the said forty-three hundred andreincofteleIeryDThm,
situate in the Trown .of Summerton, fifty 'acres, more or less, of land, re-nerSmy wapCledo
County of Clarendon .im the State of ference may andl shall be had to> all CutS . nFilyNvme
South Carolina, on First Street, and the dleedls above recited or to said rec-2thneat1ocock.m.ote
bounded as follows, to wvit. On the cord fsmhgetbdefrcsteflovn
North by lot of Abraham House; on 'caeiss'mte. o ppr. prsnllrpetv
the East by lot of H-enry Sampson ann ucae o a o aes
C. W. Tindad; on the South by lands Shrffo. Er GABE Abuintusesci, bu he
formerly said to be owvnedl by Strauss Shrf fCaednCony oshy-but200pud asI
and Rogan and on the West by First - - -stabot20oudfderaot
Street. This lot being numb~er 16 on State of South Carolina, tl hpelm pedr
First Street, all of wvhich may be more Clarendon County. 2tv~o'ewgnltl1W n
fully seen b~y reference to a plat of Court of Common Pleas. 11wipietOepi ao
same madle by H-. TP. Cantey, Surveyor, Notice of Sale,.cls un itiuocto
dlated in May 108. ' .J. A. Weinberg, Plintifflltes4stspogeinehf
November 15, 1921. vs. ineeti'n arw n afitr
Purchaser to ay for .apers. arry Steinhardt, IB. W. Hlolladay, L. eti a rsoefr el
Sheriff of Clarendon Comy- -Hlarvmn, W. C. Davis and Thecosonhefroeyalig9pg,
' 'irt National Banik of Manning, hos4musneoroema,
-N O T IC E O F S A L E a d b i t e o e r e o o d a d k t h n f r i u e
State of South Carolina, I .B abe hrf fCaedn Mnig .F . o.7 91
Clarendon Couinty, Cut.~ilsl tpbi ucyt _________________________
Court of Common Pleas. tehgetbde o ah nfot~ -- - -----
Notice of Sale,.fteCutHue(ot tMnig
W. HI. Anderson, David Levi and Bank S . nMnate5hdyo o
of Summerton, Plaintiffs, ebr12,eigsldywtn*
Cairol ina Stock Farms, Inc., T1he First flovn lsrleIra sae
.National Bank of Manning, S. C.,AlthtltopaclflndsuteS H
C. M. Campbell and C. B. Geiger,inteowofMnngCardn
D~efendants. CutSaeo ot aoia OR
Under and by virtue of a D~ecree of:eauigoehnrd(0)ftBID
the Court of Common Pleas mnade in mr rlso oc teto a~
ab~ove entitled action to me diirected,tonad rnigbck(nWs
1. J. E. Gamble, Sheriff of Clarendon, onaySreoehuddad
will sell at p)ublic outcry to the high-sity(S)femeorlsad
('st bidder for cash, in front of thelo oflnlliglondda flovs
Couirt House~ dooi' at Manning, S. C., Nrhb oc teto a~ on
(on Monday, the 5th (lay of December atblonworfmeyofsae
1921, being salesday, wvithin the legalofBA.Wlr;SuhlyotfC..
hours~ for judlicial sales, the following Gie;adWs yWs onaa
dlesc'ribed real estate: Sre , a~ on
All that tract or those tracts of land ALOalttpaclothslts
in Clariendon County, State of Southoflninteov fMaigCa'
Carolina, containing forty-three hund-(ndnCuttacoSuhCr
red mand fifty (41350) acres, moi'e orIinfotgthe huddfe,
1(ss, and adjioin ing lands now or for- sihl oeo'lso h ann
merlIy of .J. IL. Johnson, of 11. P. Ful-an igtepulc'odrBye
toni, of Mc'Cullum, of WV. T. P'. Spi'ott,Stetosadov ndhina
of El i~jah .Johnson, of Lindsey, of Bos-dpttoadsheouhnisest
well, of Cantey, of Barnes, of Wilson ea11( vsenlnso he ud
and of others. Said forty-three hunid-.rdfesihl mr rlssi
red anid fifty acres, more or less, ofl(t vi' itofhesaeofBA. M JLIG
landl embrac'es and1 includes all the landWakrndreflysonbllt*
conveye'd to Carolina fitock Farms, (itdFb t,12 aeb .w N
Inc., by the following deeds:MatnCiiEgnerofrcrlno
(I) D~eed of Pauline Campbell andfleoClrofoutfrsilCuty ILW R
Charles M-. Camp~bell to CarohnastockanSteinptbokuma 5o
Farm, In'.,(I~t~l ai'c 12,191 U'e pa er .And byi virte afc allre of t