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Che Maning Imes.
Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1922
Mr. Fred Lesesne spent a few days
in Spartanburg last week.
Miss Annie Leitzsey of Newberry,
is visiting friends in town.
Miss Addie Weinberg has returned
home from Hendersonville.
Mrs. E. B. Gamble is critically ill
in a hospital in Florence.
Miss Helen Plowden is visiting her
aunt, Mrs. J. P. Gamble in Heineman.
Miss Isabel Plowden visiting her
cousin, Mrs. Brimt in Columbia.
Rev. L. B. McCord is off on his an
Miss Aline DuBose is visiting in
The State campaign is in Manning
Mrs. R. D. Clark is at Myrtle
Beach for -a few weeks.
Dr. E. W. Barron of Columbia, is
spending a few days in Manning.
Mrs. Frank Barron of Charleston is
visiting relatives in Manning.
Mr. W. R. Gray and family have
returned to their home in Manning.
Miss .Julia Hailey left Sunday to
visit her sister Mrs. H. L. Timmons
in Asheville, N. C.
Miss Alma Williaihs has returned
to Manning after spending several
weeks at her home in North Carolina.
Mrs. Seaman Richardson left Sat
urday to visit her mother in Winns
Mrs. Ben Ness and little daughter
left yesterday for a two weeks stay
on the Isle of Palms.
Capt. H. I. Ellerbe is in Florida in
structing military work for a few
Summerton and Henimingway will
play ball at Summerton today and to
Mrs. J. A. Weinberg has returned
home after spending several days in
Mr. E. M. McIntosh who was
manager of the association warehous
es in Manning has been transferred
We are again in
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I am out as you seei
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your county and for the :
just a poor hardworking
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same as I do and make m<
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you do, I will try my bes1
best you ever had. Thar>
the valued favor that yoi
election day. I am your
Miss Sarah. Harvin of Spartanburg
is visiting the home . of Mr. J. H.
The tobacco association awarded
Ha vin Motor Co., the contract for
their hauling for Manning.
Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Plowden of
Charleston, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
E. R. Plowden.
Mr. Will Plowden of Sumter, is
visiting his mother, Mrs. E. E. Plow
Miss Prances Dingle of' Summer
ton, is visiting her cousin, Miss Marie
Miss Tappy Lesesne of Summer
ton, is visiting her cousin, Miss Janie
Mrs. English Plowden and Miss
Harriett have returned from Myrtle
Messrs. Morris Ness and H. D. Du
brow have returned from New York,
where they went to purchase goods.
Mr. Walter High of Fair Bluff, N.
C., was a visitor at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Warren Dickson last week.
Manning will have an independent
tobacco warehouse this year, and it
will be run by Mr. R. D. Cothran.
Miss Bertha Clark has returned
home from a visit to her brother, Rev.
J. E. Clark at Pinoplis.
Mr. T. M. Mouzon has returned
home after spending his vacation on
Misses Beth Hudnal of Sumter,
Nellie and Greta Truluck of Olanta,
are visiting Miss Edna Boger.
We are told that contract has been
let for the completion of the hotel
building which was started about two
Mrs. F. D. Hartin and little son of
Columbia, returned home Sunday
after ;,pending two weeks with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Haley.
Mr. Harry Gerald, who has been
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jno. D. Gerald, has returned to Rich
Remember folks there are only six
more days to enroll your names on
the Club Books. If you do not en
roll your name on some club book by
midnight next Tuesday nifht, July
25th, you will be deprived from vot
my in the coming primary, as pri
mary rules require enrollment every
Manning office next to Bank of
Manning and Western Union Tele
graph Office, Phone 83. Hours 3:00 to
5:30, Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
DR. A. D. PLOWDEN,
601-2 City National Bank Build'ng
Phone 517 Sumter, S. C.
position to In
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Manning, S. C.
n another column of the
mele of Probate Judge of
LColowing reasons: I am
man with a high school
Seeking to serve my
rne years ago I conceived
>uld be filled at least
ew man and working to
same opinion. In the
lat you too will think the
a feel as never before the
reat responsibility of be
or next 4 years. And if
to make you one of the
kin g you in advance for
1will confer upon me on
s for cleaner and better
H. MA THISL
Mrs. D.. M. Bradham, Miss Julia
and Mr. Lawrence have returned
home- after being .-away several
Mr. A. M. Bendall of South Boston,
Va., is spending the day in town. Mr.
Bend all ha been buying tobacco o11
the local niarket for several years.
Misses Tora Bagnal, Sue Sprott,
Mattie and Valley Appelt left Satur
day for a two weeks stay at Hen
Mr. R. D. Clark has been made
manager of the association warehous
es in Manning, and Mr. Jno. D. Gerald
is assistant manager.
Miss Olivia Horton who has been
spending the winter with her aunt,
Mrs. Olivia Harrison in Abbeville, is
home for a "few weeks.
Miss Fleen Plowden of Columbia, is
spending her vacation at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Plow
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cantey left last
night for Charleston, to have their
little daughter Carolyn's tonsils re
Misses Carmen Arant and Lillian
Ervin left Thursday for the Camp
Fire Girls' Camp at Lake Junaluska,
There will be an ice cream supper
at Home Branch school house Friday
night, July 21st. Come and bring
your friends. All proceeds go to a
Enroll for the time is about out. Let
every woman and every man enroll at
once. Call at The Bank of Manning
and T. M. Mouzon or James M. Sprott
will see that you are properly enroll
ed. Five more days and it will be
The State Campaign meeting will
be held on Saturday, July 29th at
Manningr. All those who want to
hear the State officers speak can be
at Manning on that day.
Died last Friday in Manning at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Williams,
aged 83 years. The body was taken
to McClellanville for burial. The de
ceased was the mother of Mrs. W. W.
Clarendon is entitled to two Clem
son scholarships and last Thursday
the examination was held in the Court
House. The only two applicants
were McFadden of Sardinia
and Charles Wilson of Manning.
Next Tuesday, July 25th is the last
day to enroll for the Democratic Pri
mary Elections. Each and every
voter is urged to register immediate
ly. The books close at 12 o'clock
Tuesday night and those who do not
enroll by then will not be allowed to
vote this summer. Enroll now.
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