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For Late
We have a fine ass
Peas, Cabbage, Tur
and other Seasonabl
For The
Sorghum, Soy Beans,
muda Grass. Rams Ioi
Golden Dent. Souther
Beauty. Boone Count
lific Corn Seesds are al
after oats.
Manning 6
Expected to arr:vt :n a few days a r
arse car )f fine brick. c
W. P. LEGG. c
Miss Clara Wili:ans. who has been i
he :uest of her .Aister. Mrs. T. M. a
Iouzon, left Saturday morning for e
\bbevi!le. where she will visit friends t
>efore returning to her home in Mil- o
edgeville, Ga. r
The att ation of the public is called(
o the hours during which the Red I
ross work room is open. They are F
rom 9:3+0 to 12:00 o'clock A. M. and -
rom 4:110 to 7:00 o'e-lock P. M. !
Mrs. M. E. Brown left on Friday
or Rock Hill, where site is visiting
er two nieces. Misses Tora Bagnal
nd MI:rarc: Blanding, both of S
vhom will gra'iuate this year from
The Manning High School will pre
ent "All-of-a-Sudden Peggy"-a
ight comedy in three acts. Thursday
iight. June 6th, at 8:30 P. M. Uku
ele choruses between acts.
Proceeds to be devoted to the Red
'oss. Admission 35ci and 20c.
Wanted: Married man to assist with
)oultry, stock and farm, prefer cou
de with no children and one who un
ierstands tobacco farming.
Davis Station, S. C.
The total Red Cross subscriptions
$44.870, of which 54,224 was paid
:ash. Clarendon should feel proud of:
his great drive. We were asked for
010,500, and we raised nearly five
ines the allottmen:.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Patrick and lit
le daughter, Christine, who have been
pending the past five weeks at White
3ak, have returned t> Manning. Mr.
Patrick's health is very much im
Mr. -Joe Yaasney, who has been with
are Manning Hardware Co., has ac
epted a position with Plowden Hard.
ware Co., where he will be glad to
serve his friends. Mr. Yasney took
2:brge of his new job last Saturday.
Mrs. E. S. Ervin an.l Miss M ildred
Frvin are in Rock Hdll, where the
went to attend tn. com mence
ment exercise's of Winthrop. M isses~
Rose and Celeste Er-vin are me(mber
~f the graduating class this year.
Mr. John Bagn~al has resigned his
Ipnsition with the Manning G;rocerv
r:o., where he has been employed for
->everal years. and will enter thein
surance business with Mr. S. W. Bar.
ron, being a partner in the Manning
Realty andl Insurance agenacy.
R. A. Ridgill of P'inewood andi H.
A. Richbourg, C'. B. Davis andl D. C.
son of Summerton, and T. -C.
llowle, J1. 1. Cain and J. F. Grayson
>f St. Paul, were interested visitors,
ive understand, one nigit last week
in the Manning Chapter of Royal
Arich Masons.
A mong the college girls who re
Lurned during the week wvere Miss
Addie Weinberg from Converse, Miss
Isabella Tlhomas from G. W. C'., Miss
A nnie IDickson from Chicora, M isses
Julia Wilson,, Isabel Wolfe, Myrtle
and Jennie Bownmn, Carrolyn P'low
len, L~ouise Burgess and( A line ligby
from Winthrop.
The pubhlic is cordlially invited to
nom: to P'ocallIa Springs picnic
grounds2. Full~y eqJuippedc~ with tables,
swigs and dance hall, with piano,
frce. Bring your bathing suit andl
enjoy at ;wiunnma pure minieralI water,
with sand ibottom, only l0c. 29,000
gallons flowing in and out every
hour. We carry a compllete line of
suits for sale and to r:mrt.
M. II .BECK, Prop.
Thie following statement of the first
Red Cross war fund subscribedl over
douibles ou r allotment:
A mount collected --$7,958.62
Unpaid cards I,$51.31
TIOT A L, $9,009,93
TIhe Red Cross commtrittee is prepar
in~g to print a hook of the contribu
tors, and unless you pay your pledge
att on1ce, it may be '.mbarrassing, as
your namefl will a~lpear Yri the unp~aidi
Th is commualnity was saddened last
Saturday when it was learned Wal
ter Burgess, atgedl 14 years, son of Mr.
sad Mrs. Walter L. Burgess, had met
his death by drowning Saturdlay af
ternoon. The little fellow we'n in
swimmmnig in Bear Creek, about aI
mile from his home, and as he (lid not
return, the faniily became alarmedI
andl went ont to lookteo hm..: A~ they
,be Manning _imes.
Published Every Wednesday
L I. APPELT---------------Editor
F. M. SHOPE -.. .Business Manager
MANNING, S. C.. JUNE 5, 1918
Joe Thomas was at home on fur
lough this week.
Mr. R. D. Cothran left yester-lay
for a few days' stay at Glenn Springs.
Miss Caro Bradham spent the week
end in Sumter with friends.
Misses Myrtle and Jennie Bowman
.have returned home from Winthrop.
Miss Addie Weinberg is home from
Converse College.
H. I. E!lerbe, of the Coast Artillery,
Charleston. spent Sunday in Manning.
Miss Margaret Epperson spent the
week-end with Miss Mabel Todd.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Mouzon spent
the week-end in Charleston.
Lieutenant Curtis of Camp Sevier
spent Sunday vith his mother in Pax
Mrs. 11. D. Salley. of r r..norhur-.
is visit.. her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
C. R. Harvir.. in Manning.
Mrs. Marion Williams and children
left this morning for a visit in Dil
lon county.
Lieut. H. I. Ellerbe of Fort Moul
trie ispent the week-end with Mr. 1
Charlton DuRant.
Miss Lida nriggs c Sumn.erton
spent the week-end with Misses An
nie and Rounette Iirschmann.
Sergts. Alvin Rigby. Jake Iseman
and S. J. Kellett of Camp Jackson
spent Sunday in town.
Mr. I. Harris of Washington. spent t
several (lays here last week with his I
mother, Mrs. B. Hartz.
Corporais Alvin Rigby and Jake
iseman spent Sunday with the home
FOR SALE-One 1917 Ford Tour
ing Car in good shape. Four new
tires. Apply care The r:imes.
The W. M. S. of the Presbyterian
church met Thursday afternoon with
Mrs. S. O. O'Bryan.
Miss Mabel Todd returned Thurs
day from Pinewood, where she has
been visiting friends.
Mannagault Wells, son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Wells, is ill with typhoid
Mrs. C. B. Geiger is visiting in
Manning. after several weeks' stay
at Camp Sevier with her husband.
Mr. W. B. Dickson of \ineland. N.
C., is visiting his brother in Man
ning. Mr. Dickson is recuperating
from his recent illness.
Other Manning girls who will grad
uate at Winthrop are Miss Frances
Bradham. Miss Irma McKelvev and
Miss Irere Plowden.
Wanted-cooks and house Girls for
city and out of town positions. Regis
ter at Charleston Employment Bu
reau, 69 Scciety St., Phone 1321.
Dr. W.. R. Barron. rneompanied by
Messrs. DuiPree and Innis of Colum
bia. carr.- down yesterdlay for an out
ing at H ome Lake.
Mr.;. H. H. Bradham and children
are in Spi.i-tanburg, where they will
.SpendI some. timew with Mrs. Brad
ham's aunt.
Dr. W. Scott Hlarvyn, who has had
fevecr for several days, is no better,
and we. learn that his case has been
pronounced typhoid.
For Sale.-One F-ord Touring Car
1918 Model. Never been used. Ad..
dress Bo:- 1441, Manning, S. C.
Mrs. F-. S. Long and little son, Sam,
who have been v'isiting Mrs. Long's
mother, at Port Royal, have returned
Mr. S. W. Thomnson ha.s ben ap
pointe ciiattle tick eradlic-ator. the po
.;ition held by .Mr. Gi lhs. who has gone
to the arm.'
Prof. Grady~* Bowmar., who has beaen
'teachin m Lancaster has retur-nedi
home for th'e sunmmer. Mr. Bowman
ha.; acee te(d a po.sit ion ina col-g.
at Lo'ui -v: 3. Ky.. as pronfessori of1
T'hos wh paili their Red Cros;
contribut ons for the .eco- war~ fun
may n'ot receive t heir recei pts for ser-.
"ral we'ek- yet, as it will be some time
before thi. secretairy can get the nee
'ssa ry stationery from Washington.
Messrs. .L. 1!. lDuBose, Pete Evans
and Eli Fleming of New Zion went to
Charleston yesterday to testify in the
FederalI court against Charlie Duncan,
who has been making disloyal re
marks about the government.
Vacation Cass-Special coaching in
Manning during the summer by Mrs.
E. C. Albrook for college entrance
or to mak.. up gradle dleficiencies. in
English, Latin, lFrenc'h, mathematics
and science..Iiandlwriting, n'ellingr and
b)usmeiss arithmetic carefully taught.
,For information write Mrs. E. C.
Alabrook, Spartanb~urg, S. C.
Eyes Examined Glassea Fitted
ortment of Beans,
nips, Corn, Beats,
e Seeds.
Peanuts, Millet. Ber
-ni Peas, Mixed Peas.
n Snowflake, Golden
,. and Marlboro Pro.
I suited to planting
rocery Co.
cached the railroad trestle his bicy
le and clothes were seen, but h
ould not be found. His older brotia
r went in, the stream, and after di\
1g several times, found the body i
bout seven feet of water. The fun
ral took place in the Manning eem
cry Sunday morning. We exten
ur heartfelt sympathy to the be
caved family.
Died last Friday at her home nea
'oreston, Mrs. Fannie Haynuswort
'ulton, widow of the late B. P. Fulton
'he funeral was at Brewindeton Sur,
Nitrate of Soda
I have a limited amount that. I ca
ell at a reasonable price.
R. C. BAGLur.'rT.
June 6
1. Invocation, Rev. W. O. Hender
2. Song, America the Beautiful
3. Recitation, Your Flag and M
'lag, Eugene Plowden.
4. Instrumental Duet, 1. Moo
Valtz, 2. Rose Waltz, Mary Lou Brad
y and Louise Sprott.
5. Wand Drill, Mary Lou Bradle
nd Primary Grades.
6. Chorus, little Buttercup, Girls.
7. Duet, Over Hill and Dale, Len
tawlinson and Elizabeth Sprott.
8. Chorus, Joan of Are, They at
alling You, Louise Sprott and Girl
Chorus, Nancy Lee, Boys.
10. Solo (Vocal), Keep the lon
fires Burning, Mr. Wells.
II. Patriotic Play ,School childrei
Accompanist, Mrs. Rogers.
The following information contail
d in a letter sent out by the Depar
nent of Agriculture under date <
day 24, in reference to the distribt
ion of nitrate of soda, will be of ii
erest to Ciarendon County farmers
"The Murino is now dischargin
at Charleston and her cargo will I
listributed to South Carolina farn
.rs. The Canoga is expected to a:
-ive at Savannah about May 26, ar
v'ill (discharge her cargo in part
savannah for distribution to Georg
armers, and in part at Charleston f<
listribution to South Carolina farn
'rs. The D~ania is expected to arris
Lt Charleston about .June 10, and wi
lischarge he*r cargo at that port f<
listribution to South Carolina farni
."If these' vessels all arrive safel
vithout damage to their cargoes, ti
listribut ion of this nitrate to ti
*tate*s of North Carolina, Socah Ca
dlina and Georgia, together with t}
luantity already distributed to ther
tates, will bring their dleliveries u
o app~roximataiy forty-five per cec
~f the quantity applied for. The aj
~regate quantity appllied for by ti
armers of North Carolina, South Ca
>hina and Georgia is greater than ti
iggregate for all the other states
he countr. combined."'
-W--SS-- ist ribute
The'I comm'enetlment exercies of ti
Hlanoing 1High School were held la
"riday night, when diplonmas we:
riven a class of twenty-one, one
:he largest classes ever graduat,
rom the school. The following pr
tram~ was rendepred:
P'iano, duet--N Misses Lula Rigl
imd Frances Brown.
Salutatoiry --Miss Maud Sprott.
Class IProphecy--Miss Mild(1r<
C lass Orator. --A llan H arvin.
Class Song---"'Keep the l ic Fir
Class Essay--Adger' Allsbrook.
.Class Will.---Miss Fannie .James D
Valedictory-. Mos:'s Levi.
Dr. WA. S. C)urrell, president
Soutth Carolina Unaiversity then d
iveredl a scholarly and instructive a
r('ss, which was entjoyedl h.7 the cla
tnd the large number of their frieni
Have you Forgotten
The flies' worst enemy
Costs a dime. Kills thel
every time.
See us about it.
Pure Food Grncery
Pickling Spices
Pickling Vinegar
Two lip red jar rubbers
E. Z. Seal Jar Tops
Mason Tops, etc.
Pure Food Grocery
The class roll was as follows: Adger
Allsbrook, Eddie Burgess, Mildred
Brown, Elma Coskrey, Fannie James
Davis, Mary Davis, Leila Margaret
Dickson, Allan Harvin, Legare Har
vin, Melton Keels, Moses Levi, Ruby
McElveen, Ralph Moody, Helen Plow
den, Lillian Plowden, Olive Plowden,
Pearl Rawlinson, Bessie Reardon,
Maud Sprott, Newton Timmons, Clar
ence Williams.
Moses Levi was awarded first hon
or, while Miss Maud Sprott received
second honor. The Loryea medal,
which is given to the pupil
making the best average in the
high school, was awarded to Moses
Levi by Judge John S. Wilson. The A.
Levi Scholarship Fund was presented
to Adger Allsbrook by Mr. Joseph
On Sunday morning Rev. Charles B.
Smith preached the commencement
sermon to the graduating class. Mr.
Smith delivered a forceful address,
.which was appreciated and enjoyed. A
large selected choir furnished special
music for the occasion.
Last Thursday, in accordance with
n the President's proclamation, was ob
- served in Manning as a day of prayer
- and fasting. All stores and business
1 houses were closed. The news of the
capture of Soissons by the Germans
n the morning gave an added sense
of seriousness to the day, and there
gathered in the Presbyterian church
h a splendid audience. There was very
evident a sense of the deep need of di
- vine help.
Rev. McCord male a splendid ad
dress, urging the people not to let a
spirit of hatred be engendered in their
hearts, pointing out that the real
cause of the war, whatever the start
ing point, was really sin. He im
pressed upon his hearers the need of
an individual heart-searching and of
getting themselves truly clear before
Taking for his text 1st Cor. XIII:8,I
"Love never faileth," he said, in part:
"In recent clays we have witnessed
much of the spirit of hate in public
discourses in connection with this war,
and such a spirit is far too palatable
to those of us who claim to be fol
lowers of Jesus Christ? Hate is of
the Devil; love is of God. Hate will
fail with those who hate. God is al
mighty; God is love. Love is the dy
namic in the Christian's life. Love
never faileth. It has conquered death
and hell. That world-wide peace-of
which we have only a very hazy con
a ception-will never be realized ex
cept through love.
"It is easy to hate our enemies, but
it is impossible to love them unless we
have the love of Christ shed abroad in
our heart. The Christian is to be a
distinctive person, outstanding-his
whole being is steadied with love, his
expressions, in thought, word or deed,
tempered by love.
"To hate our enemy, to say the
least, is uncharitable. 'For if we love
o rufriends and hate our enemy, how
much better are we than the heath
en?' They do as much. How much
- better are we than the evil-possessed
Germans, who hate their enemies,
treating them cruelly, if we do the
g same? We shall conquer, but only
e with the Divinely appointed weapon
- -love which never faileth. "For we
r- can do all things through Christ, who
d 'strengtheneth us."
it "Christ says: 'If any man will
a come after me let him followv me.'
rFollow Him in this ser-vice of lov'e.
-It ill becomes us to hate even our en
e~ emy in the light of Christ's teach
II ings. In the ages past Jesus Christ
r .stood facing an enemy, just as <'uel,
. !just as evil-possessed as ours tc .ny.
Mark His conduct as all ar--mnd
yI|imi traps were set, threats made,
e~ Is head crowned with thorns, His
e hands nailed to the cross, His sidle
r. thrust through with the spear. From
e ithat heart of love for sinful men came
C |the words. "Father forgive." How un
p ilike the spirit of our Master is the
~t spirit of sonme followers today.
."Back, back to the Christ, for sal
evation cometh through none other. It
r- is being said concerning the boys fall
eing on the field of battle against our
n enemy that their serv'ice will admit
them into heaven. Not so, for noth
ing these hands can do that will bring
r. life and p)eace,. but a life' controlled by
Christ and HIis word. 'Though I be.
stow all my goods v. feed -the p~oor,
though I give my body to be btrned,
S and have not love, it profiteth me
nothing.' Let us follow the image of
ie 'the Christ, even thru hell itself.
st "' 'Love never faileth.'"
INotice is hereby given that the
'y (Clcendon County Democratic Exer-u
tive Committee will meet in the
Grandl Jury Rooum at Manning, South
Carolina, on TIuesdlay, Junie the 11ith
at IIl o'clock A. Ml.
IAll Executive Committeemen are
urged to be prese'nt.
County Chairman.
Manning, S. C. ert3'
fJune 1, 1918.
Monday A fternoon, .June 10, at 5:30
.. O'clock at the home of
Mrs. C. N. Sprott
Social Service Meeting: The Chris
tian's Law-A day for Worship and
Spiritual Culture.
Bible lesson: "JIesus' Observance of
TI the Sabbath Day."
Reports of officers and committees.
General business.
Leaflet: "Principles That Should
Determine a Christian's Use of Sun
day," by Mrs. Sst..unk,
"The Observance of Worship Day
n China," l Mrs. J. W. Rigby.
Talks by Mrs. J. T. Bradham and
Irs. C. N. Sprott.
Duet-Mrs. J. H. Orvin and Mrs. G.
On Friday afternoon, May 31st, a
ommittee consisting of Mrs. John S.
Vilson, Mrs. Orvin, Mrs. J. A. Wein
)erg and Mr. F. P. Burgess, went to
inewood for the purpose of organ
zing the Pinewood Auxiliary to Clar
ndon Red Cross Chapter.
The meeting was quite an enthusi
istic one and was held in the school
auditorium. The following officers
)f the Auxiliary were elected:
Mrs. D. R. Lide, chairman.
Mrs. P. B. Mouzon, secretary.
Mrs. H. I. Baxley, treasurer.
Mrs. E. P. Geddings, dircetor won
in's work.
Mrs. N. L. Broughton, chairman
livilian Relief Committee.
The women of the county are show
ng great interest in Red Cross work
nd the chapter officials are receiving
numerous invitations to organize
Chapter Auxiliaries.
A committee from Clarendon Coun
:y Red Cross Chapter, consisting of
MIrs. F. O. Richardson, Mrs. John S.
Wilson, Mrs. J. H. Orvin and Mr. F.
P. Burgess, met on the afternoon of
June 3rd, at the home of Mrs. B. F.
eredith, for the purpose of organiz
zing the Gable-Sardinia Auxiliary to
Clarendon County Chapter.
There were quite a number of ladies
present and the following officers
w'ere elected:
Chairman-Mrs. B. F. Meredith.
Secretary-Mrs. Joe Rittner.
Treasurer-Airs. T. M. McCutch
Supervisor of Woman's Work
1Irs. C. P. Gable.
Chairman Civilian Relief Commit
ee-Mrs. .J. N. McCord.
Crew of Vessel Landed at Lewes, Del
Philadelphia, June 3.-An unidenti
fied oil tank steamship was sunk late
this afternoon about four miles off
Cape Henlopen, Del. The ship lies
vwith bow submerged and stern stand
ing out of the water. The crew has
been landed at Lewes, Del.
The report announcing the sinking
loes not say whether the ship was
ittacked by a submarine.
Washington, June 3.-Forty-seven
million Americana contributed 166,
439,291 "mercy dollars" to the sec
ond war fund of the American Red
Cross, according to a report by Hen
ry P. Davidson, chairman of the Red
Cross war council, published today, Fi
nal reports are expected to show, said
Mr. Davison, that a total of $170,000,
000 was raised.
S -W-s
London. June 3.-T--welve of the
fleet of thirty or forty fishing vessels
which left Irish ports on the night of
May 30 were sunk by a German sub
marine, says a Belfast dispatch to The
Daily Telegraph. The submarines sud
denly appeared in the midst of the
fleet and ordered the fishermen to
take to the boats and row ashore. It
then sank the vessels by shelling
The fishermen say that the subma
rine was mnterr-uptedI in its work and
submerged, which probably prevented
destruction of the entire fleet. The
fishermen lost all their gear, but there
were no casualties.
Atlantic City, N. .J., .June 3.-The
steamer Texel was sunk by a German
submarine Sunday afternoon, sixty
miles off the coast. The crewv of thir
ty-six men landed here tonight.
The Texel was an Anmerican steam
eCr, bound from Porto Rico for New
' ork, with 42,000 bags of sugar. The
men landed here in two boats. They
imeludced Second Engineer E. K. Bor
gorsen, Marietta, Ga.
.IHuston said the Texel went down
sixty miles out of New York harbor.
The crew of the boat were left to
their owvn resources, and, without food
andm water, struck a course dlirectly
towardl shore and landled here.
Charleston, June 4-(Special)
1'riday. Jrune 21, has been designated
Merchant's .War Savings Day by the
Soutlh Carlmna War Savings Commit.
tee. Plans are being perfected to the
-ndl tnit the merchants in every towna
I will apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clarendon County on the 24th day
of .June 1918, at 11 o clock A. M. for
letters of discharge as administrator
of the Estate of Mary Jane Richbourg,
Summeron, - ~ Administrator.
May 22nd, 1918.
I will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Cl arendo County, on the 24th
day of June 1918, at 11 o'clock A.
M. for letters of dlischarge as admiln
istrator of the estate of Shuford
Ward, dleceased.
D~avis Station, S. C. diisrtr
May 24th, 1918.
Swift Premiumn Sliced
'55c LB.
Pure Food Grocery
Ice Tea Blend
Special this Week
60c LB.
Pure Food Grocery
in the state will agree to invest thnr
total cash receipts that day in War
Savings Stamps. This will be one of
the features of the great intensive
War Savings Campaign which is to he
conducted from June 14 to June 28,
and is expected to be a memorable
e ent o' the campaign.
This plan originated in Camder, S.
C., wher! the i-wichants patriotically
entere-- into a smilar agreement, and
it is believed that the plan wil be
adopted iationa!.y.
Air Raid Causes Death of I46 Persons
Washington, June 4.-A recent Al
lied air raid on Cologne caused the
death of 146 persons, the State De
partment was informed today. About
150 were injured. The people of Co
logne, the department's advices said,
were thrown into a state of "the most
absolute panic."
Seal each meal with Chase &
40c LB.
Pure Food Grocery
Candidate's Card.
State Senate
I am a candidate for re-election a;
State Senator under the ruses of the
Democratic Party.
For State Senate
I desire to announce myself as a
candidate for the office of State Sen
ator, subject to the rules of the Dem
ocratic party.
Summerton, S. C.
State Senate
I hereby announce myself a candi
(late for the office of State Senator
for Clarendon County, subject to the
rules o the Democratic primary.
Judge of Probate
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election to the office of
Judge of Probate for Clarendon coun
ty, subject to the rules of the Demo
cratic Primary.
James M. Windham.
I hereby announce myself a candi
(late for the office of Probate Judge
of Clarendon County, subject to the
rules of the Democratic primary.
For Auditor
I hereby announce myself a candi
(late for the office of Auditor of Cla'
endon county. Subject to the rules of
the Democratic Primary.
I hereby anncunce myself a candi
(late for re-election to the office of
Auditor of Clarendon county, pledg..
mg to abide the result of the primary.
For County Treasurer
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election to the office of
County Treasurer, subject to the
rules of the Democratic party.
- L. L. WELLS.
For Judge of Probate
I hereby announce miyself as a can
dlidate for Probate Judge of Clarendon
county, and wil abide by the decision
of the D~emocratic primary.
I hereby announce myself a candi
(late for the off ice of Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendlon county, pledging
to abide the results of the primary. &
F'or Clerk of Court
To the Democratic Voters of Claren-9
dion County:
I pequest your votes in the coming
primary elections for the office of
Clerk of Court for Clarendon County,
as I am a cand~idlate for that offie
subject to the rules of the Democratic
I am a caindidlate for Clerk of Court
subject to the rules of D~emocratic
-arty. ED). B. BROWN. *
Promising to abidle by the rules af
the D~emocratic Primary, I hereby an
nounce myself a candidlate for the of,
fice of Clerk of Court of Clarendoi,
II hereby anounco myself a candil'
(late for the office of Clerk of Court
of Clarendlon County, subject to th6d
rules of the Democratic Primnary
Pledging myself to abide the results
of the Democratic primary, I offer
myself for re-election to the office of
Clerk of Court for Clarendon County.

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