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The Manning times. (Manning, Clarendon County, S.C.) 1884-current, June 14, 1922, Section One Pages 1 to 8, Image 8

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Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1922
LOCAL
PEN1NV
Rev. L. B. McCord spent the week
end in Charleston.
Mr. Jake Weinberg of the local bar
is in Washington.
Miss Sue M. Sprott is home for
the summer.
Senator J. W. Wideman spent Mon
day in Columbia, on official business.
Messrs. Joe Davis and Clarence
Sprott are in Baltimore on business.
S. Oliver O'Bryan Esq., was in Co
lumbia Monday.
Miss Mae Harrilson spent the week
end in Charleston, with relatives.
Miss Mary Johnson of G. W. C.
has returned home for the summer.
Miss Tora Bagnal entertained the
bridge club last week at her home.
Miss Barnwell Huggins left Mon
day to attend the Summer School at
Greenville.
Mr. and Mrs. James Barron and
children of Atlanta, Ga., are visiting
Mr. a'nd Mrs. A. I. Barron, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sprott of Pax
ville, are visiting relatives in Walter
boro.
Miss Cecil Clark attended the com
mencement exercises at Charleston
College,
Mr. Craven Bradham returned
home from Charleston College Mon
dlay night.
Miss Mabel Buie of Georgetown, is
the guest of Misses 1rma and Addie
Weinberg.
Mr. Curtis Odom of Bennettsville,
visited Mr. Kistler Weatherford Sun
day.
Miss Grace Nimmer returned Sat
urday from a visit to relatives in Co
-lumbia.
Mr. -.rady lHowman who has been
teachin for the past year in Iexing
ton, li. ., returned home Tuesday.
Miss Marie Wells returned hone
last week from WitLhrop College, hav
ing finished a two year course there.
Mrs. Frank Geiger and little
daughter Anna Belle are visiting rela
tives and friends in Sumter.
Miss Mattie Venning left this week
to attend the marriage of her friend,
Miss Mary Clarkson in Columbia.
Boll Weevil and
Calsiumn
A rsenate
and Paria
We have the Spri]
apply these poisor
Jos. S. I
Formerly /
Honest Dealings
Hlail In
The Hail Seas<
Insure You
in tl
HOME INSURAF
Rate 6 per cent, Maximum
F. N. Wilson In15
Phone 81
Moses Levi graduated at Washing
ton and Lee University yesterday.
Mr. Leland Smith has returned
home from college.
Mr. and M>rs. T. M. Wells are in
Asheville, attending the Bankers As
sociation.
Capt. H. I. Ellerbe has been ap
pointed a Colonel on Governor
Harvey's staff.
Mr. E. R. Plowden went to Charles
ton, Saturday for medical examina
tion.
Died last Sunday at her home near
Foreston, Mrs. Eddie Barnes. Aged
about 38 years.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. Wells of
Greenville, are in Manning visiting
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Mouzon and!
children of Pinewood, spent the week
end in Manning with relatives.
The Presbyterian Sunday School is
having their annual picnic at Mar
tin's Lake today.
Mrs. Wililam Bradham and little
daughter, Martha, spent last week
with Mrs. S. A. Graham at Pinewood.
Mr. and Mrs. David Levi left Sun
day for Atlantic City, where they
will spend the summer.
Mrs. Jake Iseman is in Greenville,
visiting her brother, Mr. Wright Tur
beville.
Dr. L. W. Nettles who has been ill
at his home in Camden, is reported by
his physician as improving today.
We call attention to the announce
ment of J. G. Dinkins, Esq., in this
issue for Solicitor.
During the summer months the
Manning Library will be opened twice
a week. Wednesday's and Saturday's
from 5:30 to 6:30 p. in.
01 Friday, June 16th inst. there will
be a basket picnic at Midway Church.
Refreshments will be sold by the Wo
man's Auxiliary. Public invited.
The Baraca and Philatha Class en
joyed a moonlight picnic at Brewing
ton Lake last Thursday night. A de
lightful picnic supper was served.
The B. Y. P. U.'s spent a delight
ful evening, Friday, at a social.1
Games of all kind were played. A
delicious course was served.
Mr. Walter E. Vilkins m' Green
ville, spent the week-enl with his E
granlfather, Mr. E. L. Wilkins and
family.
.liss Corinne Barlield left today
with a party of friends for Cokmbia,
where they will attend class (lay
exercises at the University.
Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook returned today
fro m a visit to relatives in Camden
a1nI Columbia and attending the com
mencement exercises of the different
colleges in Columbia.
Tobacco Worm
ONS
Arsenate
of Lead
Green
agfield Dusters- to
Ls with at $10.00
)ICKSON
kiderman's
Prompt Service
surance
)fl is now on
r Tobacco
CE COMPANY
amount $150.00 per acre
e
urance Agency
Manning- S. C.
Miss Corinne Barfield is in Colum
bia today attending the clesing exer
cises of the University of South
Carolina.
M.rs. Edna Slater returned to her
home in Orangeburg last. Friday,
after spending several weeks in Man
ning.
Summerton again licked Manning
yesterday 13 to 2. The feature of the
game was the all round bum playing
of the Manning team.
Mr. F. M. Shope left last night for
Richmond, Va., where he went in the
interest of The Times Job Depart
ment.
H. H. Medlin his his card in this
issue offering for the House of Red
resentatives. Mr. Medlin is known
over the County as "Nub."
Mu. Early Thompson came near
having a serious accident last Thuts
(lay morning at the crossing over
Black river. His automobile and the
section master's hand-car had a col
lision. No one was hurt, but Mr.
Thompson's Ford was considerably
broken up.
NOTICE
The report to the effect that the
women who enroll on the Club Book
will have to pay poll tax and also will
have to get a registration certificate
to vote is not true. You will only have
to put your name on the Club Book
in your election district to be prepar
ccl to vote. The club books are now
open for enrollment in all the various
voting precincts in the County.
All women who wish to enroll with
the Woodrow Wilson Democratic Club
will find the book in the Auditor's
office in the Court House.
CHIROPRACTIC
Manning office next to Bank of
Manning and Western Union Tele
raph Office, Phone 83. Hours 3:00 to
3:30, Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
DR. A. D. PLOWDEN,
601-2 City National Bank Buildi'g
Phone No. 65 Sumter, S. C.
Candidates' Cards
FOR PROBATE JUDGE
I hereby anounce myself a 'an
didate for the office of Probate Julge
for Clarendon County subject to the
rules of the Democratic Primary. If
elected I promise a faithful adminis
tration.
C. II. MATHIS.
FOR MAGISTRATE AT MANNING
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the office of Magistrate at
Manning in the coming primary, and
solicit your suffrage.
J. McL. APPELT.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for county Treasurer, and
pledge myself to abide the result of
the primary.
JOSEPH SPROTT, Jr.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the oflice of County 1'reas
urer and pledge myself to abide the
result of the Democratic primary.
CLAUDE C. CIIEWNING.
FOR COIINTY TREASU RER
I hereby announce myself a can
dlidate for re-election to the office of
Treasureri of ChIarendon Couray. I
p~ledlge myself to abide the result of
the primry.
L. L. WVELLS.
FOR)l CONGRESSMAN
I hereby announce myself as a can
d idat for renomination as Congress
man from the First. Congressiona'l
D~istrict, subject to the rules of the
Democratic primary andl pledge my
self to abide the results thereof.
W. TVURNER LOGAN,
Congressman First District.
l'OR COUlNTlY AUDllITOR
I hereby anounce myself a can
lidat e for re-election to the ofhice of
oun ty Autd itor, and pledge myself
to abide the resumlt of the primary.
IlUli A. PL4OWDEFN.
F'Olt COUNTlY AUIT'ORt
I hereby announce myself a can
lidate for the otlice of Auditor of
Clare'ndon County subject to the rules
of the D)emocratic primary.
T. M. KENNEDY.
FOR CO UNTY A UIiTOR
I hereby announce myself a can
lidate for the office of County Audi
tor subject to the rules of the Demo
eratic primary.
C. E. LANGSTON.
FOR STATE SENATE
I hereby announce myself a can
dlidate for the office of Ntate Senate.
I pledge myself to abide the result of
the Democratic primary.
.JULIAN H. SCARBOROUGHI.
FOR SOLICITOR
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the office of Solicitor for
the Third Judicial Circuit of South
Carolina and pledlge myself to abide
by the rules of the Democratic Pri..
mary.
JINO. 0. DINKINS.
FOR RtEiESENTATIlVE'
I am a candidate for the House of
Representatives. My platform will be
economy and law enforcement, andl
pledge myself to abide the results of
the D~emocratic party.
H. 1I. MTELT.M
SUMMER S HOES
awl.
SPORT "DRESS
SHOES SHOES
Comfort Style
There is not a girl in your town who will not adore these
summer 'offerings of sport pumps and dress oxfords.
They are the last word in shoe style and comfort
Special Reductions This Week---20 to 30 per
cent Savings for You!
The best part of this
offering are the prices
We have been fortu
nate in getting the
*r best footwear made
at a special figure,
which permits us to
sell them at prices
representing reduc
tions of at least 20
per cent to 30 per
cent!
MORRIS NESS
Weinberg Co.'s Old Stand Manning, South Carolina
H ot Weather Specials!
JiST RECEIVE
A full line of Pongee Shirts,98
collars attached, at . ..
Ladies' Silk Hose, all colors,29
slight seconds; . . .
Men's Overalls, heavy 89
denim, . .. .O
Kabo Corsets, .* . 8 9c
Men's Beach Cloth Pants, nice $1 48
patterns, a pair . . . eL
Men's and Boy's Caps, . . . 25c
Of course, these Bargains are at
D U B ROW'S;
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