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Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1922
Mrs. S. Iseman is visiting relatives
Sheriff Gamble spent yesterday in
Miss Aline DuBose has returned
home from a visit to Columbia,
The ,county candidates will speak
in Manning next Tuesday.
Come to Manning next Saturday.
The candidates will be here.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Galldway of
Clenton, are visiting relatives here.
Miss Isabelle Youn gis in Salters,
-where she is visiting relatives.
Miss Corinne McKelvoy left Sunday
to visit relatives in Sumter.
Mr. W. P. Legg and family have re
turned home from Asheville.
Mrs. Kate Weatherford spent last
Sunday in Sumter.
Mr. Jos. S. Dickson has returned
home from Glenn Springs.
Next Saturday is campaign day in
Miss Lulie Harvin left Saturday to
visit her sister, Mrs. D. D. Salley in
We call attention to the card of Mr.
J. P. Buddin of Turbeville , offering
for the legislature.
Mrs. Susie Harrison of Union spent
last Wednesday with relatives in Man
Mr. Ernest M. Flitter of Columbia,
experienced pressman has joined The
M,iss Audrey Young returned home
Tiegday from New Zion, where she
has been visiting friends.
Miss Ruth Galloway who has been
quite ill for the past few weeks is im
Last Friday night the office at the
depot was broken into, but nothing
Mrs. Ruth Hesse and child of
Charleston are visiting the home of
their father, Mr. O. W. McRoy.
Mrs. Olivia Harrison of Abbeville,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Janie Hor
ton in Manning.
Mr. D. Hirschmann returned Sat
urday from a business trip to New
Mr. D. Hirschmann has returned
from New York, where he has been
visiting his daughters and son.
The young folk enjoyed a rook
party at the school auditorium last
Friday night given by the Boy Scouts.
Mrs. T. M. Mouzon has returned
from a house party at her sister, Mrs.
Pottle in Milledgeville, Ga.
The Federal Land Ban]
ciation of another allotm4
appraised after Septembe:
iS 5%/ per cent which tog'
amortization retires your<
You can pay off your m<
Application for loans fr
be filed with our associati
and those not needing the
ary are requested to wait
Only actual farmers far
at least half of their cultis
For further informatior
S. W. BARRON. Seer4
arred last u ay i n or
ton, Mr. John Ki. Horton~ of Davis Sta.~
tion and Miss MaryHodge of Jordan.
Rev. L. B. MeCord has returned
home after spendhig a couple of
weeks in the up country.
Miss Helen Katzoff is' visiting re
latives in Wilmington, and Wrights
ville Beach, N. C.
Mrs. .D. Silverman has returned
home after spending a week with her
sister, Mrs. S. Katzoff.
Miss Mildred White has returned
home after visiting relatives and
friends in Timmonsville.
Mr. Ben Ness spent the week-end
with his wife .and little daughter at
the Island. .
Mrs. Leon Weinberg left last Thurs
day for Baltimore, where she is un
dergoing treatment in a hospital in
Judge J. M. Windham performed
the marriage ceremony of Mr. James
S 3wey and Miss Geneva-Weaver both
Mx'. and Mrs. Charles Taylor have
returned fiom Lake City, where they
went to attend the funeral of his
Miss Jennie Bowman who has been
on an extended visit to her sister,
Mrs. Ralph Newton in Atlanta, re
turned home this morning.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frisch
in New York, last Friday a baby boy.
Mrs. Frisch is well remembered here
as Miss Annie Hirschmann.
Mrs. R. D. Ridgeway and two little
girls, who have been visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ridge
way have returned to their home in
One of the largest clubs in the
county is the Woodrow Wilson club
at Manning. This club has a mem
bership of about 170, and composed
solely of ladies,
A barbecue dinner will be served
Saturday, July 29th, (Campaign Day)
at the old 5-10-25c Store, by the ladies
of the Baptist Church at 50 cents a
Died at his home in Summerton,
Sunday night, Mr. T. I. Walker. The
deceased was prominent in the Sum
morton section and was once Mayor
of that town. He had been in ill
health for quite awhile. The funeral
was held there on yesterday.
The State candidates will speak in
Manning on next Saturday, July 29th
at the Court House at 10 o'clock. A
barbecue dinner will be served by the
ladies of the Baptist Church on that
day for S0e a plate at the old 5-10-25c
Last Saturday night or early Sun
day mo r.ing the store of J. H. Rigby
was broken into and robbed of about
$75.00 in cash from the safe, and
something like three or four hundred
dollars in clothing and shoes. So far
there is no clue to the robbery.
The Clarendon County Short Course
for the girls of the Demonstration
Clubs will be held at Turbeville, Aug.
24th,, 25th, and 26th. All Demonstra
tion Club members, both ladies and
girls are cordially invited to be with
us those three days.
Mrs. D. E. Turbeville,
Evangelist John E. All of Colum
bia, who is holding a revival meeting
at Big Branch school house will con
tinue the meeting through this week,
c has notified our asso
mnt of farm loans to be
r 1st. The interest rate
3ther with 1 per cent
entire loan in 85 years.
rrtgage sooner if you
om this allotment must
on before August 25th,
ir money before Febru
for the next allotment.
ming or share-cropping
ratable landf are eligible.
i write or see,
~tarv and Trasurer.
atnd the first week in August. The
follpwing .is the . program for this
week: Thursday, "What Do :Seventh
day" Adventists Believej"; Friday,
"Ye Must Be Born Again."; Saturday
"Should Christians , Pay Tithes?'I
Sunday, "Babylon is Faillen.' The
public is invited to all, the services.
The County Executive Committee
iet yesterday and appointed manag
era, - fixed the dates for the County
campaign, and made the assessments
for different offices. Also at this
meeting the conimittee' thought best
to let the people say whether or not
they wanted the following offices con
tinued: Rural Police, Farm Demon
stration Agent and Home Demonstra..
tion or Canning Club. There will be
a separate box placed at each polling
precinct to vote on the above offices.
The sentiment of the people will rule.
If they vote no the above offces will
be abolished, if they-vote yes the of
fices will continue. There is a lot of
dissatisfaction and unrest about the
high taxes, and this step was taken to
allow the people to determine for
themselves what they want.
Manning, July 24.-A county-wide
attendance contest has been annourced
in connection with the approuhing
County Sunday School Association
Convention to be held at Sardinia
Presbyterian Church on Thursday,
July 27th, according to the County
Association officers in charge of ar
At this Convention a banner is to
be publicly awarded to the Sunday
school having the largest number of
persons (over 16 years of age) pre
sent at the Convention, in proportion
to the distance traveled. Under this
plan, ten persons coming ten miles
each to the convention count the same
as twenty who come only five miles
each thus making it fair for all, both
near and far. There is no limit to the
number who may attend from any
The banner becomes the property
of the Sunday school winning it and
may be taken home for permanent
display in the Sunday school room.
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CAMPAIGN DAY IN MANNING
Next Saturday is campaign day in
Manning. The speaking will start
at 10 o'clock promptly. Come to
Manning next Saturday and hear the
boys. Clarendon has a candidate for
governor, also the old war-horse Cole
L. Blease will be here to address you.
The following is the list of candidates
and the order in which they will
Harold Eubanks, Richland.
B. M. Winter, Richland.
S. M. Wolfe, Anderson.
Walter E. Duncan.
T. Hagood Gooding, Hampton.
George W. Wightman, Saluda.
B. Harris, Anderson.
R. E. Craig, Darlington.
Thomas B. Marshal, Richland.
J. J. Cantey, Clarendon.
Cole L. Blease, Richland.
John T. Duncan, Richland.
George K. Laney, Chesterfield.
Thomas G. McLeod, Lee.
William Coleman, Union.
E. B. Jackson, Aiken.
J. K. Owens, Marlboro.
'E. C. L. Adams, Richland.
Supt. of Education
John E. Swearingen, Richland.
Mrs. E. B: Wallace, Richland.
Mrs. Bessie Rogers Drake, Marl
J. HI. Hope, Union.
0 D. Scay, Richlandl.
Cecil H. Seigler, Aiken.
Secretary of State
W. Banks Dove, Fairfield.
James C. Dozier, York.
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 Nationail Bank Building
Phone 517 Sumter, S. C.
.The Democratic Executive Commit
tee met Tuesday and the following
county campaign committees were ar
Paxville, Thursday, August 17th.
Summerton, Friday, August 18th.
Tuirbeville, Tuesday, August 22nd.
New Zion , Wednesday, Aug. 23rd.
Sardinia, Thursday, August 24th.
Alcolu, Thursday, August 24th, at
Manning, Friday, August 25th.
The following assessments for can
didates were levied:
For State Senator $40.00.
For House of Representatives
For County Treasurer $35.00.
For County Auditor $35.00.
For Judge of Probate. $35.00.
For Magistrate at Manning $20.00.
For Magistrate at Summerton $10.
For the other Magistrates $5.00.
The Executive Committee ordered
that at the first primary election a
special election be held to obtain an
expression from the voters of the
.county as to whether or not they are
In favor of the Rural Police, County
Nurse, the Farm Demonstration
Agent and Hlomo Demonstration
At a previous meeting of the Exe
cutive meeting the opening campasign
date was fixed for Manning on Tuies
ea tefo filing pledlges will ex
pire on Monday, July 31st at 12
It Is not expectedl that the cana.
didates will attend the first meeting
fixed for Manning as this Is a formal
meeting to compl with the rules.
S. Oiver 0'in,
1it. Count Cairma
"CLEAR the shelves for new
begin to arrive within the nex
the edict in this store last wee
grouping and marking bargai
summer shoes, oxfords, pump
plan to be early at this sale.
White Oxfords and Pumps
Right in the heart of the sea
son when white shoes are in such
demand-white lace oxfords,
military heel; white strap pumps
military heel; white strap pumps
Ladies' patent leather lace ox
fords; flapper style.
This is the best shoe that we
can buy for the real live boy and
gii'l; guaranteed all leather,
Weinberg Co.'s Old Stand.
As it has been for i
R. D. Cothran will operate an Indepel
the heart of Manning business section.
Independent Tobacco Growers of Clar,
I am very busy trying to get things sh
August 1st. I have arranged and gotten
block. We are going right ahead shapii
I expect to handle all the tobacco I can
you and your neighbor. I am expecting t<
,color and character will sell well 1 think
'moisture in it. Keep what's in the field
I am too busy to write. But will say
ers representing all the big Companies
to the contrary is false propaganda. Do
ready to sell tobacco come on and sell wil
money that day. Thanking you for pas
,R. D. COTH
fall shipments which wi
t three weeks." That was
k. Ever since we have been
n prices on all spring and
s and straps. You should
Qirls' Patent Leather Sport
Girls' patent leather strap
pumps; guaranteed not to crack,
Ladies' and misses' tan lace
oxfords; rubber heel; nature
Men's Sport Oxfords
Men's Sport Elk Oxfords with
Tan Trim. These are being of
fered truly at a remarkably low
Manning, South Carolina
A uc tion!
he past 26 years.
rident warehouse up on Levi block, in
endon and Adjoining Countis, Sirs :
aped up for the opening sale Tuesday,
re-built two warehouses on Levi
ig things up.
take care of, but I will have room for
> handle your tobacco. Tobacco with
Do not let your tobacco get too much
well cared for, suckering, etc-let it
that we will have a full corps of buy
in this country and Europe, all reports
your own thinking, and when you get
;h Cothran where you will get all your
t patronage, I am