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Published Every Wednesday
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1922
Miss Lionel Boswell is visiting
friends and relotives in Kingstree.
Mrs. Jake Iseman spent Tuesday
Miss Grace Nimmer has returned
from a viist to Charleston.
Miss Mary Louise Witherspoon of
sweet- potatoes yesterday.
Congr'sbsia 'W.- Turier Logan of
Charleston, is in town this week.
Mr. Charles Dicksoi spent j$1n ay
in Darlington with relatives.
Mr. Joel McNeil of Columobia, spent
the past week-end at the home of Mn.
and Mrs. J. E. Reardon.
Mrs. Lizzie Arrington of Charlotte,
spent a few days last week with her
sister, Mrs. Mamie Dickson.
Mr. J. H. Childers of Davis Sta
tion made us a present of some nice
sweet potatoes on yesterday.
Mrs. Bettie Blanding and Miss
Frances Blanding of Sumter, are
visiting Mrs. Maria Brown.
Miss Mary Louise Withrespoon of
Mayesville, is visiting Miss Mildred
Miss Mildred Thompson of Lynch
burg, Va., was a visitor to friends
here last week.
Dr. R. E. Broadway has returned
from Tenn., after visiting relatives
for two weeks. .
Mrs. Rosa Weinberg and Miss Irma
are spending a few weeks in Hender.
Mr. James B. Bruce of Cumberland,
Maryland, was a visitor to friends
here last week.
The American Legion at its last
meeting voted to give the' City Police
Force free use of the Legion Hall.
Mrs. H. I. Ellerbe and children have
returned home from a visit to Char
Miss Annie Thames is attending the
annual - Fashion Show in Baltimore,
this week. Miss Thames"will also
visit other Northern markets before
He is able, active and
He has made one of 1
He has gained valual
better position to represe
Read what the Natic
culated farm journals in
halls of legislation:
"Congressman W. Ti
National House of Repr4
j.honestly strives to give t
titled. Living in one of t
Logan naturally desires
the markets of the count
and trials which confroni
stock men. He seeks to <
every section of the couni
more profitable and attrai
to the Sixty-seventh Con
Bowoft 'and' Mies tloorgle June d
Mrs. "W. ,. 'Folk ahd children of
Denmark is visiting 'her parents, Mr.
.and Mrs. H. D. Barrineau. "
Mr. Tom Sanders of Greenville' was
a. visitor at the home of Mrs. . A.
Johnson last week.
Miss Hallie Edge has returned to
her. home after spending the week
end with Miss Louise Young.
Mr. Julian Creecy of St. Louis, Mo.,
is visiting the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Creecy.
Capt. H. I. Ellerbe, who has been
doing military duty in Florida, for
several weeks has returned home.
Miss Faye Spears who has been
visitihg Miss Mary Sue Wilson return
ed to her home in' Lamar, Tuesday
Messrs. Joe and. Cecile Estes and
John Brown of Chester were visitors
at the home of Prof. E. J. Browne last
Firo. destroyed the tobacco barn of
Mr. T. J. Louder near Alcolu last
Friday. The barn was-full of tobacco
which was also destroyed.
Died at his home in Summerton
last Wednesday ,Mr. Joe Wilkie. The
deceased was a contractor and lived
in Manning several years ago.
Died at his home in Alcolu, last
Wednesday, Mr. ,John -Peter Barfield.
The funeral was held at Oak Grove
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
Presbyterian Church will meet at the
home of Mrs. W. T. Lesesne on Mon
day afternoon at four o'clock.
Miss Lynn DuRant entertained a
number of her friends last Thursday
night at her home in honor of Miss
Ruth Wilkins of Goldsboro.
Miss Loraine Thompson who has
been in North Carolina for the past
year is spending her vacation with
her mother, Mrs. B. B. Thompson of
The young ladies class of the Pres
byterian Sunday School entertained
the young Men's Bible Class at rook
last Friday night at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. W. M. Brockinton.
Mrs. H. D. Barrineau returned
home last week after spending sev
eral weeks in Denmark with her
daughters, Mrs. Folk and Mrs. Jor
C. H. Mathis and family spent the
week-end in Lee county with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Mathis of
St. Charles and reports the crops in
that part of the country in fine con
dition. Wish we folks of Clarendon
I honest and has the necessa:
Ithe best Congressmen the Fir
>le experience during his first
nt the people than any new n
mfal Farmers Magazine, one
the country has to say about I
irner Logan, of South Carol
asentatives with that group
he producers the considerati<
he most important cotton sta
that the great southern stai
ry. But he is by no means is
the yvheat far mers, the frui
0-operate in e very effective a
1ry who are doing what is pos
ctive. He is among the ables
gress. This is the frank jud;
could' ay we had good crops-but
ours ao ho good. -
Or account of the large rtjsh o1
work The Tinles has inaugurated a
night. force, and hereafter, at least,
until the rush is over, The Times of
flee will be open all night . Any one
wishing to conmunicate with us can
call the ofllce any hour of the day or
A call meeting of the American
Legion was held last night 'for the
purpose of electing a Post Command
er. Mr.' Taylor Stukes was forced to
resign because ox his entrance into
politics. Adjutant Jim - Sprott was
elected Commander, and C. B. Thomas
Last Sunday night Rural Policeman
J. M. Peavy and Jailer John Gamble
went across Black River to arrest a
negro, Arthur Butler, who had cut
another darkey up considerably in -a
fight. Mr. Peavy went around one
side of the house and Mr. Gamble the
other side, Mr. Gamble met the negro
at the corner of . the house with a
shot gun, the officer shot Butler down,
and thinking that he had killed him,
did not shoot ag'ain, but stepped be
hind the house to see what Butler
would. do.- Ili A few mirutes' the
negro got up and evidently knowing
where Mr. Gamble was standing slip
ped up to the house and put his gun
on the officer, before Mr. Gamble
could shoot the rlegro shot the officer's
pistol out .of his hand, tearing the
handle of the pistol into splinters and
taking with it the little finger of Mr.
Gamble's right hand. Butler then ran,
and so far has not been captured.
Mr. Gambleis painfully hurt but not
dangerous. The row took place at a
negro darkey's house on Mr. Milton
Manning office npxt 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 Buildng
Phone 517 Sumter, S. C.
WHAT DOES THE BIBLE SAY
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on this subject:
"Sunday-the true Sabbath of
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THE BIOLA BOOK ROOM
Los Angeles, Cal.
ry qualifications for the
st District has e'ver had.
term and is now in a far
ian could be.
of the most wiely cir
tis work in the National
na, is associated in the
of legislators which
n to which they are en
tes in the Union, Mr.
le be given fair play in
norant of the difficulties
t growers and the live..
v'ay with statesmen from
sible to make agriculture
t men sent by the South
sment of many of his as
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Do Your Banking .
Buy Your Goods Fi
Keep the name of
mind, for in a few :
you a big. surprise
we only sell the be,
MWeinberg Co.'s Old Stand.
Satisfying the Toi
Cothran is selling tobacco at prices th
dependent Growers. We are told that tw~
you must pay taxes and eventually die.
you bring him good tobacco you will be c
for your tobacco.
Cothran sold one load tobacco today for
Just remember you cannot down Coth
Carolina tobacco. Ask those that came'
Cothran is operating two warehouses on
know Cothran a trial load will make a c
Look for the man that knows tobacco
every lot to the top notch. Come early
10:30 a. m. Second sale at 2:30 p. m.
R. D. COTHJ
Morris Ness in
lays he will give
st, and our prices
Manning, South Carolina
ent Warehouse is
at is meeting the approval of the In-.
o things are certain in life, viz:, that
Cothran will add the third thing. If
ertain to get a big satisfactory price
more than seven hundred dollars net.
ran when it comes to judging South
to Manning yesterday and today.
Levi blpek up town. If you do hot
ustomer of you,
and isn't afraid to put the price on
and get on first sales that starts at