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P am is~ed Elvery. Wednesday
WDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 922
Mr. H. R. Rembert is out after a
8Otge of flu,
M4r. Horace Thomas left yesterday
for Richmond, Va., on business.
MzZ, C. Wells is confined to his
Tomorrow being Thanksgiving all
of the business houses will be closed.
Mrs. R. D. Clark is in Madison, N.
C., where her husband is now located.
Miss Myrtle Bowman has accepted
a position with the Clarendon Motor
Manning defeated Conway in a
'well played game of foot ball here
last Fr day by a score of 39 to 0.
A g')e.t many Manningites attended
the 'un fair last week. They
speak high , of the exhibits.
Mr. Dud Plyler was in Manning
SaturdAy and Sunday after being
away from town several weeks.
Mr. Kisler Weatherford- of Sumter,
is spending a few days with his
mother in Manning.
Mr. C. R. Sprott who is lcoated in
Virginia, is visiting his family in
Mr. J. H. DuBose one of New Zion's
most progressive business men. was
in town yesterday.
Mr. Claud Bell spent last week with
his brother, Arthur, ii Goldsboro;
County Treasurer L. L. Wells suff
ered a slight stroke of paralysis yes
Messrs. Jack Timmons and Harry
Bradham left last week for Sanford,
N. C., where they have accepted posi
tions in an automobile garage.
Several visitors from Sumter were
ii Manning yesterday to partake of
the turkey dinner served by the
Ladies' Aid Society.
Mr. Ellis of New Jersey, joined a
party of Manning and Sumter hunters
this week, and they are now caipped
on Black Oak, the famous deer island.
Mr. S. Iseman, who has been con
fined to his room for the past several
weeks, was able to be at his place
of business Monday.
Married at the home of Mr. J. Bel
ton Baker in New Zion last Wednes
day, .Mr. Charlie Stewart and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. G. Dinkins ar
rived last Trhursdlay from their honey
Books for collection of paving tax
for 1922 wvill be open on December
1st and close December 31st. These
taxes will have to be paidl in Decem
ber, as there is interest on Bonds and
one seven thopsand dollar paving cer
tificate to meet January 1st, 1923.
Tr. L. BAGNA,
Secretary and Treasurer'.
FOR SHOE REPAIRING
We have installed the lat
est shoe repairing ma
chinery and we are now
able to make the finest re
pairs on both ladies and
men's slloes and oxfords.
Our prices are most rea
sonable. Give us a trial
and we will convince you.
in Mr. Joe Dic
Dolls are solici
hown wth Mr. anid '$ J: WG.' Wide?
Mrs. E. C. Allsbrook Will suspend
exercises of her school .Thursday in
observance of Thanksgiving Day.
Rev. S., A. Nettles and family are
visiting at the home of. Mrs. E. C.
The compulsory education law for
school district No. 29 will be enforced
from Monday, December 4th, and
continue for four months.
- 'C. E. Langston,
There will be services at Union
Church, Wilson Mill, next Sunday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.; Conducted
by Mr. A. C. Bradham and his team.
You are invited.
There wfll be sun-rise prayer meet
ing services in the Presbyterian
Church tomorrow (Thursday morning
at seven o'clock, 'conducted by the
The Thanksgiving service, anngun
ced for 11 o'clock Thursday morning
at The Baptist Church, Is called off
on account of the funeral services of
Mr. Sam Barron which are to be held
at that hour.
. We have been asked by a' great
many why we do not publish the hon
or rolls of the schools in the County.
Nov, we do not run the schools, but
we will gladly. publish the honor
rolls, and will appreciate it if the
teachers will send them to us. -
Elsewhere in these columns will be
found information concerning the edu
cational campaign scheduled for the
week beginning, December 3rd and
culmination' in a large mass meeting
at the Court House on Saturday, De
Died last Saturday night at her
home in Davis Station, Mrs. Kate
Clark, wife of Dr. Plumer Clark. The
deceased contracted flu and then de
veloped pneumonia which caused her
death. She is survived by her hus
band and two little girls. The funeral
was held at Davis Station on Sunday
Little Marjorie Ennis won the
second prize in a subscription contest
of the Georgia Milledgeville News
which closed Thursday. The first
prize was a Ford touring car, the
second prize a handsome dining room
suit which was won by Marjorie now
a seventh grade pupil in the Milledge
There will be a meeting of farmers
and business men at Summerton next
Saturday, December 2nd, for the pur
pose of devising means to combat the
boll weevil. Several influential
speakers will be there, and it be
hooves every farmer in the County to
go to Summerton next Saturday and
hear the different talks on the boll
The ladies of the Presbyterian and
Episcopal Churches combined of Pine
wood mill hdld a joint bazaar on Fri
(lay, December 8th at theo Citizens
Bank building in Pinewood. The
hours will 'be from 4-o'clock in after
noon' until 10 o'clock at night. There
wvill be various articles for sale. Every
body heartily invited to attend. Be
sure to come and see andl don't misa
visiting the "Drop Inn .Tea Room."
Friday, -December 8th, at Pinewood.
The Woman's Christian Temper
ance Union held its last meeting at
the home of Mrs. Joseph Sprott with
a large number present. After read
ing of minuJtes and regular business
Mrs. Sprott gave an interesting ac
count of the State Convention held in
Newberry and read her annual mes
sage wvhich was a most inspiring one
andl a summary of the year's work.
"In 1906 there were 24 Unions with
Most positively no hunting allowed
on, my Jordan plantation. Any one
whom seen violating this notice will
be (dealt with to the fullest extent of
48-4t-p Mrs. S. R. Colclough.
Ladies of the Pr,
kson's Store the
el for Dolls--mHat
ted. Pries rea
1,004 members and 11 these are a
cognized as a trtig ,fo,rce, which Is'
aiding and moulding legislation and
public 'opinion.P For 15 years Mrs.
Sprott has Aerved as State President
and has made a capable leader.
SAM ARRON PASSED
AWAY THIS MORNING
This morning at 1:80 o'clock Mr.
Sam W. Barron breathed his lapt. The
deceased had been troubled with his
heart for several months, but not un
til.afew weeks ago did his condition:
become ala'ming. Everything that ex
perts could do proved of no avail, as
it was discovered that he had an in
curable disease. The friends of Mr.
Barron are saddened 'at his untimely
end, at the same time they are iot
surprised as they were told by phy
sicians that nothing could be done for.
him. Sam was one of the most
popular young men of Manning,
everybody liked him, and he liked
everybody. He always had a smile
and a pleasant word' for those he came
in contact with. He was just forty
years of age anid in the prime of life.
And while we cannot understand why
one in his youth and vigor should be
taken, still we know .He makes no
mistake's, and it was His will to havo
our friend with Him. We humbly bow.
in submission to His yill. The town
add County has lost a good citizen,
and friend. Mr. Barren was a Mason,
Woodman, Knight and Shriner. He
was a member of the Presbyteriaun
Church, and the Presbyterian Sunday
School. For several year. he was
game warden for Clarendon County.
He was the owner of the Manning
Realty and Insurance Agency. He is
survived by Drs. Edward, Clarendon
and William Barron of Columbia,
Frank Barron of Charleston and Mi's.
N. G. Gonzales, A. I. and P. B. Bar
ron of Manning. Also . scores of
friends and relatives. The funeral
services will be held in the Presby
terian Church tomorrow morning at
eleven o'clock, and the burial will be
in the Manning Cemetery. Rev. L. B.
McCord his pastor will conduct the
services. Our heartfelt sympathy
goes out to the bereaved family.
STATE AND NATION WIDE
An educational campaign State and
Nation wide is scheduled for the week
beginning Sunday, December 3rd and
ending on Saturday, December 9th.
Information relative to this cam
paign has been prominent' in the
newspapers for some time, leaving
more specific and detailed information
to be given out locally.
In the absence at this time, of this
consignment of literature the Claren
don County Committee is -not in a
position to be very definite. It is still
hoped that .the necessary literature
and other information may be receiv
ed in clue time and that the general
public may be put in posessio not pro
per material for the carrying out of
One of the items on the proposed
schedule was to have every minister
of the gospel dievote a part of his
service on next Sunday to some fea
ture of education. This is quite a
large 'field and the letitude wide,
hence every preacher has the oppor
tunity of'dealing with the question in
any way he may see fit. Teachers
and trustees throughout the County
are urged to call the attention of this
feature to their preachers..
It is hereby suggested to the teach
ers that they arrange for some meet
ing of their patrons early in the week
and to discuss such questions as are
of vital importance to the best inter
eats of their respective schools.
The committee has appointed
special meetings at the places and
time below mentioned. It is the pur
pose of the committee to have upeak
ers provided for them. Teachers
throughout the County are asked to
give as much publicity as possible and
to urge their people to attend some
one of them.
Sardinia, Thursday, December 7th
at 12 o'clock.'
New Zion, Thursday, December 7th
at 3 o'clock.
Turbevilie, Thursday night, Decem
ber, 7th at 7:S0.
Paxville, Friday, December, 8th at
week beginning U
s, Caps, Dresses,
When we saw these lovely tinted und
chid and had fashion's edict that all the
in the intimate wardrobe we simply ha
for Xmas shoppers.
They're lovely-every one o fthem, d
in price you'll wish all your gifts might
Crepe de Chine Nightgowns of
heavy, lustrous quality, in flesh,
blue, orchid and peach-with wide
bands of real filet lace insertion
and ribbon trimming.
Crepe de Chine Envelope Che
mise, beautifully tailored, and com
.pleted with straps of self-material.
in flesh ,orchid, blue and peach.
Crepe de Chine Bodices that will malk
er of dainty lace insertion, and trimn
Weinberg old Stand.
Summerton, Friday night, Decem- Another good -v
ber 8th, at 7:30. hair is to avoid i
Manning, Saturday, December 9th
at 12 o'clock. If jazz keeps on
Let every one interested in the sent rate, soon it
cause of education arrange to attend
some one of these p)ublic meetings. THE CONFEREN
Everybody is calledl on to lend a -
hand in making that week a complete The Central An
success. Teachers, trustees and the the A. M. E. dil
general public is appealed to rally and Manning on 22nd
(10 all you can to make the occasion a the afternoon of
success. was nonchange of
THANKSGIVING DAY teewaa can
Thanksgiving day oxiginated with Rev. D. P. Pender
the Pilgrims In 1621. The dlay wvas siding over the Mi
quite iregularly observed until about sent to the pastorn
50 year sago. President Washington at Georgetown and)
appointed a day in 1789, but to do so Orangcburg was
again until 1796. The choice of the elder of the Manni
last Thursday in November wvas made Rev Mr. Fowki
by President Lincoln in 1864 and since White Methodist I
that dlay each president has followed received the thani
his example. pelle and the Cor
spiring addressi wv
For Highest Prices for Visiting "m',i"t"
Conference and ey
freely da to the ho:
-liness extended to
siness Manager o
Call at Sam Richman's House in Philadelj
Shoe Shop and ask for "*; "i',G""* al
Dave Leff. va., were two of
. , that brought greet
es from ti
iwill sell DOLLUS CLO'l
~ecember 11th. There y
Underwear, Kimonas, et<
erthings of blue, pink, apricot and or
se colors would play an important part
d to purchase them as an early special
ainty and fresh and new-and so low
be selected in this department.
Crepe de Chine Bloomers to
match the chemise, cut liberally,
with double elastic at knee, finished
with hemstitched ruffle. In flesh,
blue, peach and orchid.
Crepe Pajamas - Two-piece
styles, flesh, white or figured.
Silk Vests and Step-in-Drawers
-Radium silk, tailored and lace
e adorable gifts, with a built-up should
ed with lace motifs in front. Flesh
- - I Manning, $. C.
ay to avoid gray once. Perhaps no feature of the sea
ie dotted line. sion received greater applause than
0. " the report on Allen University sub
dying at the pre- mited by Rev. R. "W. Mance the pre,
will be universal. sident.
pw -The appointments that Bishop
CE AT MANNING Caplemd ttecoeo h
nual Conference of clstsatb
turch convened at ERAdio
inst., and closed in
26th. inst. There
the local pastor at NTC
Church here butNoieihebygvntataneL
of presiding elder, Iigo h ~e odr fteMN
;rass who was pre- INN UIGHUE n. ilb
mnning 'District was Ihl nteofc fW .KnMn
to of Bethel Church fig .Co h 8h lyo e
Rev. I. J. Pruitt of ppoeocoidrigongnt
Ipopilnted presidi~ng liuatownig pitafiran
ng dlistrict. Idsovn~a eurdb h aso
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