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Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARYY '22
Mrq. Amanda' Harvin. ehtertained
the neighborhood rook club last week.
Dr. W.' H. Woods of Gable, was in
JDr. G. L. Dickson was a visitor to
Hon. Charlton DuRant went to
Washingtnn this week on business.
Prof. A. T. Helms and Rev. J. A.
Easley spent last week in Columbia.
Mrs. Joseph Sprott spent last week
Mr. J. G. Dinkins, Esq., spent Mon
day afternoon in Sumter on business.
Mrs. Thomas of Charleston is in
Manning visiting her sister, Mrs. W.
The' American Legion ~Auxiliary
will meet at 4 o'clock Tuesday Feb.
28, at the home of Mrs. C. B. Geiger.
Miss Margaret Blanding of Sumter,
is visiting her cousin, Miss Tora Bag
We regret to report that the condi
tion of Mr. Jno. D. Gerald is not at
Close Prices in Bag
JOS. S. DICKSON.
We have <
tinue to ke
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Cash or Tin
Be sure to se
Prof. iand Mrs. E. B. Browne, Mrs.
S. I Bownien and Mr, Charles Prowne
Spent Monday in Sumter,
Mrs. Julia E. Clemons of Greeley
ville was in town Saturday on busi
Mrs. Cbarles B. Geiger entertained
the neighborhood, bridge club ! .st
Miss Beulah Williams has returned
from a visit to her cousin, Miss Aileen
Ridgill in Summerton.
Mrs. T. -M. Mouzon and , Miss
Corinne Barfield spent Friday in
Miss Grace Nimmer spent a few
few days this week in Charleston,
with her sisters, Misses Margaret
and Helen Nimmer.
The many friends of Miss Tora
Bagnal are glad to see her out again
after having been sick with grippe for
Messrs. Harry Curfis and J. W.
Wideman, Esq., who , are attending
the Legislature in . Columbia, are
home for a few days.
Destroyed by fire on February 9th,
the dwelling of Mr. J. L. Johnson,
near Turbeville. Practically every
thing was lost.
In the will case of Sallie McKnight
Clark which has been argued, before
Judge of Probate Windham, the will
has a been sustained.
The Woman's Auxiliary of the Pres
byterian Church will meet Monday
afternoon, February 27th, at four
o'clock at the home of Mrs. W. C.
Davis. All members urged to attend.
Owing to ill health Mr. Jno. D.
Gerald has resigned as president of
the Clarendon Telephone Co. Mr. F.
P. Burgess has been elected to fill the
Jack Thames, little son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Thames while riding his
horse home yesterday afternoon had
the misfortune of breaking his leg
by the horse slipping and falling on
him. The accident occurred in front
of the Presbyterian Church.
- The members of the Manning Lib
rary association are urged to meet
at the Library Saturday afternoon
at 4:30 o'clock. At this meeting
plans for the coming year to be made.
Don't forget it. 4:30 Saturday after
noon at the Library.
The State Board of Examiners has
announced a special Teachers' Ex
amination in Columbia on March 23,
24th, in order to give the teachers of
the State another opportunity to
qualify before the close of the term.
The teachers would have to pay their
own expenses of the trip. This should
appeal to those whose certificates or
permits have expired, and who need
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A t Sam Barnsk Ofies.
these oredontials for the present term.
For further information write the,
County Superintendent of Education.
Mr. T. R. Miller, one of. Summer
ton's enterprising merchants, was
here. this morning. Mr. Miller was
enroute home from the markets where
ho -was: purchasing a large supply of
.Spring and Summer goo s.
The town has a notice in this issue
calling for all dogs to be muzzled,
and if they come on the streets after |
today they are liable to be shot. This
ih done on account of a mad dog bit
ing several dogs in town about a week |
The college Preparatory dchool will |
close today in honor of Washington's I
birthday. As - recommended by the
State Board of Education of South |
Carolina Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook read to
the pupils the leaflet of information
about Mount Vernon, of the heroic I
effort of Miss Ann Pamila Cunning
ham of Laurens County to purchase
Mount Vernon property. The South- |
ern women of America raised the
$200,000 purchase price and paid it
over in 1860 when Mount Vernon be
came the property of "The Mount
Vernon Ladles' Association." Each
student also read a short biographical
sketch of Washington the majority
emphasizing "He never told a lie."
The Standard Oil Co., has erected
on the corner of Brooks and Boyce
street two metal signs. These signs
give the name of surrounding towns I
and the distance to these places, and
at the same time it is an advertise
ment for Polarine oil. The Civic I
League is up in arms against having
the signs on this corner, claiming that
it mars the beauty of the court house
square. We agree with the ladies for
they work hard each year to beauti
fy our square, and to have these signs I
stuck up in front of their work
doesn't look good. Then too, a local
merchant is not allowed to display
his signs on the streets, and to us it |
looks unjust to our town merchants
to have a foreign concern come in and
enjoy privileges that are forbidden I
the home man. We bope they will be I
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to express my thanks to the
people of Turbeville, Olanta and New
Zion for the many kindnesses and
help that I have received since my
loss by fire.
J. L. Johnson.
MISS WINDHAM MARRIES
The numerous friends of .Miss Mae
Windham will learn with a great deal
of interest of her marriage which took
place Sunday last at Maxton, N. C.,
to Mr. John W. McQueen of that
city. Miss Windham is a very accom
plished young lady and is very pop- |
ular indeed with the young people.
Her many friends here extend to her
their happiest congratulations for a
I will con
rig the sea
Ve will ap
i to Reliable
y your order
S.C. Cotton Growers
Co operative Association
We. May Help Ourselves
CAMPAIGN NOW ON to Se cure
'Signatures in Clarendon County.
What It Will Do!
1. Grade, class and sample each bale.
2. Pool each grade and sell by pools in quantity.
3. Warehouse all cotton, thereby reducing country dam
CONTRACTS CAN BE SECURED FROM
W. R. GRAY, G. T. FLOYLY,
Co. Dem. Agent. Co. Chairman.
ong and prosperous life. The groom only the farmer, but the merchant in And have gone to join our loved ones
s unknown to the writer but hc close touch with all of Clarendon's And sing his praise forever more.
sincerely hopes that he will never let products and when a person wishes Holy we miss you, yes we miss you,
he meal barrel go dry. anything that is produced in Claren- But we trust to meet again
"Nub." don he will know where to look for it. In the land of no more parting,
The price of The Times is $2.00 per Where all is pleasure;
tN OPPORTUNITY FOR year, payable in advance, but to co- No more pain.
FARMERS OF CLARENDON operate with the people e are tak
decder toing corn and allowing $1.00 per bu- h-ow we miss you pr~ecious mother,
The Manning Times has decided shel which is nearly double the mar- Your sweet life ith us here,
-un a free column for the benefit of ket prie. Our reason for doing this But will try to meet you in Heaven,
he farmers of Clarendon County. is to place The Times in every home Where we can stay eternally there.
very farmer is at liberty'to use this in the county. The "Farmers Ex
olumn free of charge, whether he is change" column is worth the price of Around our home arc quiet and lone
subscriber to The Times or not, at the paper alone. So it is now up to ly,
he same time we hope to have every you to take advantage of this oppor- But we are submissive to I-us vill
armer as a subscriber. This column tunity.
vill be headed: "Farmers Exchange, W iltk oyfrti ounYs~ems o u oesil
Free Use To All Farmers."'pt odyeeig fcoycmsMdsnad la
This sace is intended to advertiseinatrhntattwllotper
my product a farmer has to sell, 0orni henx ek
mnything a farmer wishes to buy forThMangTie.NIC
;he farm, he can make his wants Tepbi shrb oiidta
<nown through this column absolutely I EEBAC oni a ree h riac o
TREE. We do this in order that each -mzlg(osmtinfceuilur
md every farmer can place his pro-Insdbtlvnreebacofteroie.Ay(ggigupnti
lucts on the market without any cost ormteMs .M owlwosreso h ov fe ensa
;o him, and in doing so it keeps, not dpre hslf nFbur 1t 2d o eucymzld~ilb
We urge all parentsDi k o D r g S re
who are interested in
- protecting their little
ones from future foot -
troubles to buy LAD
and LASSIE shoes.
Made on perfectly
formed nature's last,
with ''Goodyear Stitching,
flx eand comfortable
shoes on the market.SP O T
Are long wearers and
a boon to children. Icnspl o ihpr ot ioPtt
Spot'ht r refomdsaefo 15 e
only hel rebtther lerct eboin u rerery