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Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1922
Mr. A. I. Barron is spending today
Mr. Bertram Weinberg spent yes
terday in Columbia.
Mr. Louis Levi was a visitor to
Mrs. Hugh Creecy of Silver, was
in town Monday.
Miss Viva Floyd of Lake City, is
visiting her brother, Mr. G. T. Floyd.
Mrs. Kinnie Johnson left Satur
day to visit relatives in Darlington.
Mr. Horace Graham of Foreston,
was in town Tuesday.
Mr. Archibald Lewis of Florence,
was in town last week on business.
Mr. H1. ). Dubrow spent Monday in
Charleston on business.
Mr. Harvey Mobley of Sumter, was
in town Tuesday.
Mr. Roy Curtis of Sumter, was in
town on business last week.
Prof. E. J. Browne was in King
stree, Monday on business.
Mrs. W. M. Brockinton attended
Grand Opera in Atlanta, last week.
Sheriff J. E. Gamble spent yester
day in Columbia.
Mrs. Ed D. Dohrman of Columbia,
is visiting at the home of Mr. E. J.
Miss Corinne Barfield spent the
week-end with Miss Mary Wilson in
Died Tuesday morning at her
home Mrs. M. Rebecca Corbett. Mrs.
Corbett was about ninety years old.
Miss Corinne Barfield entertained
the young folk bridge club last Fri
Married on April 29th by Rev. Ham
at Alcolu, Mr. Everett Albert Taylor
and Miss Laura Rodrigue, both of
Miss Betty Lucas who has been
visitmng her sister, Mrs. HI. I. Ellerbe
returned to her home in Charleston,
Saturday accompanied by Mrs. Ellerbe
All Sai's afeasy
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Mr. Walter Reed of Charleston, was
a visitor at the home of Mr. Thomas
Nimmer on Sunday.
Misses Tora Bagnal, Barnwell Hug
gins and Rita Huggins spent the
week in Kingstree with Mrs. Inabinat.
The American Legion Auxiliary will
meet Tuesday, May 9th at 4 o'clock at
the home of Mrs. C. B. Geiger.
Miss Irma McKelvey will entertain
a few of her friends at bridge to
On account of a mistake in the date
of the tax execution sales, the Sheriff
postponed the sale until salesday in
Mrs. 1. I. Ellerbe entertained at
bridge last Thursday night at her
home in honor of her sister, Miss
Betty Lucas of Charleston.
The Lad:'s' Aid Society of the He
brew Congregation of Manning will
give a cake sale every Friday after
noon at Leon Weinberg's Grocery
Married by Probate Judge Wind
ham on April 27th, Mr. James An
drew Gibbons and Miss Susan Carrie
Wallace, both of Turbeville.
Died suddenly yesterday Theodore
Sheriff, a well-to-do colored farmer
living about six miles from Manning
on the Paxville road.
Last Thursday afternoon while driv
ing on the Paxville road about two
miles from Manning Mr. Oliver Land's
automobile caught fire and burned
up. Mr. Land carried $350.00 in
surance on the car.
The Hail Sea,
Rate 6 per cent, Maximui
F. N. Wilson In
Friday and Si
'ope dle Chines and Geor
>m--_..---15c to 39c yardI
3-inch wideC, yard ----33c
7-inch wide, yard ---..21c
ades, 40-inch wide, yd 59c
and Light Voils, 36-inch
de, all shades --.---.-35c
- Manning High School ball team
went to Pinewod yesterday and de
feated the Pinewood High School 9
to 4. -
Judge J. M. Windham on April
29th performed the marriage cere
nmony of Mr. Andrew Abernathy Clark
of Columbia, and Miss Lydie Florence
Turner of Cross Hill.
Miss Isabella Thomas who has
been studying voice and art at G. W.
C., Greenville, is home on a visit to
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
Miss Carolyn Plowden attended the
marriage of her friend, Miss Lottie
Fitts of Fairfax, last week. Miss
Fitts has visited Miss Plowden here
on many occasions.
All Confederate Veterans of Clar
endon are cordially invited to a dinner
given in their honor, by the Clarendon
Chapter U. D. C. on Memorial Day,
May 10th, at 10 o'clock at Clarendon
Mr. F. C. Thomas underwent a very
serious operation in Charleston last
Monday. It is reported that the
operation was successful. We hope
he will continue to imporve, and re
turn home a well man.
Mr. Julian Weinberg has just com
pleted his new filling station and it
is one of the handsomest in this state.
This station will be opened tomorrow
and' operated by Billy Prince and
Oliver Land, two very popular young
men. Read the opening ad in this
Last Sunday the Jewish denomina
tion of Manning held a meeting in
the Sumter Synagogue for the pur
on is now on
amount $150.00 per acre
Manning, S. C.
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Large assortment Whit<
stripe and check, 86-inch v
Cotton Crepe, Pink and Bh
Linens, all shades, 36-inch
Suits andI other things
Peter Pansy Cloth, 32-ic
going at--.--.. ---.
All other goods in our st
these 3 (lays, so he sure a
these bargains. This is nc
gurating. Something newv,
week for specials.
In June the ceremony, yes-but in May, those are the
busy days for brides-to-be. Planning, shopping, sewing
happy hours which should not be marred by doubts of
quality or appropriateness.
Fashion lines for 1922 are now well established. The
bride need not fear she will be incorrectly dressed if she
will permit this store-to serve her.
Lace Veils Underthings of
Directly imported but White Satin
inexpensive are these Every trousseau will
bridal veils. May be had contain many of these
complete or by the yard. beautiful garments:
Kid Slippers Envelope Chemise
White, of course, and Step-in-sets
very low cut, with one Petticoats
wide strap. Princess Slips.
Chiffon Hosiery Negligee
Brides particularly like say French style authori- 4
chiffon hose-fine white ties-and we have them. -
ones. These can be in colors,
Bridal Ribbons-Narrow satin in 'correct bridal pat
terns for lingrie, dress trimmings or bouquets.
Weinberg Co.'s Old Stand Manning, South Carolina
C H pose of raisin fd to bil
BridesparticularlSynagogue sin Manning. We under
stand they raised about $2,500, and This ill be the last notice to the
se hope to see work started on this subscribers of the Clarendon Tele
new Church in a very short whil. phone Co. Your bill is due and pay
able at our office on the first of the
In our account of the P'axville month. If not paid by~r the 16th scr
trouble last wveek we stated tat vice wvill be discontin tied until same
"there came near being a free-for-all is paid. By order of the directors.
fight." Our attention wvas calledl to Won't you please pay us promptly,
this, and we are told that there was and ,save us this trouble. Yours for
no intention of the parties to have service.
such a fight, therefore we make the J. F. MAYE, Manager.
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