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Goods." and to this e
gained by misreprese
When at the Fair i
VIOLENT FIGHTING CONTINUES
TO MARK AUSTRO-GERMAN
NO ACTION ON SOMME FRONT
The French Have Made Slight Gains
at Sailley and the British Have
Taken German Trench Near Gue
London.-Violent fighting continues
to mark the Austro-German attempts
to penetrate the Rumanian plains
southea'st of Kronstadt and Hermann
you should t
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are ntill sel
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get to call ir
4 We also
aim to kep
Lines n ry
Sconsideri ig t]
e of Ipependal
e been laboring to one eri
fnown everywhere as the
nd we have succeeded.
ntirtg an article is no indi
ext 'week, come in and
stadt and toward Bulharest. The stit
defense of the Rumanians is yielding
slowly to the blows of Austro-German
artillery and infantry about Predeal,
and Berlin anounces further progress
south of the border for them.
East of Predeal, however, the Ru.
manians advancing in the Buzeu Val.
ley have driven the invaders back over
the frontier in the region of Table
Butzi. They also have taken Mouit
Siriul and Taturumio, along the
Transylvanian border southeast of
Kronstadt. South of Hermannstadt
in the region of Rothenthurm Pass,
the Austro-Germans have extended
their lines and captured an additonal
350 prisoners. West of Bothenthurm
and in the Prahova alley the Ruman.
fans are holding their ground.
On the Eastern front fighting has
taken place east of Kovel in Volhynia
and southeast of Lemberg in Gallica.
Berlin announcest he repulse of seven
Russian attacks against the Austro.
German positions on the left bank of
the Narayuvka River; near Halicz in
Galicia, while Petrograd says the Rus
slans have reoccupied part of their
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te, and while
ling goods at
I prices. We:
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attend the Fa
t and see us.
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have for your
tration a big 11
VHITE SEWING 1
O ur :stock Up.
.e superior qui
id, to build up a bu
"Home of Depend e
A few cents or das
,cement to u
let us SIadw you our Big
trenches on the west ban)c of the Stok
hod in region of Kiselin, in Volyhnia.
Near Lipnicadolna, in Galicia, the
Russians have pushed back the Austro.
Germans in some places.
There have been no heavy actions on
the Somme front. The French have
made slight gain at Sailly and the Brit
ish have taken a German trench east
of Gueudecourt. Fort Vaux, in the
Verdun region, has ben occupied by
the French, following its evacuation
by the Germans.
SUBMARINE U-57 TO ACT AS
CONVOY FOR DEUTSCHLAND.
Slater Ship of U-83, Which Sank Five
Vessels Off New England Coast,
New London, Conn.-The German
armored submarine U-57, sistership of
the U-53, which recently sank five ves
sels off the New England coast, is ex
pected to act as a convoy for the un
dersea freighter Deutschland on her
return trip to Germany, according to
a statement by Captain Paul Koonig.
The Deutschland's skipper added:
r here, and
of laying in
, and when,
ir don't for
ne of the
to-date 'n ever
Hat , Notions
j1i of our go(
Men's S s and V
Cl eap Shoes andCist
and any price. You I1i
. May we Shoe you?
Line of Staple Goods. N
"I would not be surprised if the
armored submarine appeared off this
coast while I am'in port. You can't
tell, what 'the government will do."
The U-57, it was reported, left Bre
men on October 13, three days after
the Deutschland sailed.
In answer to questions Captain
Koenig said he probably would make
his homeward dash within -the next
10 days. He denied a report that he
would go through the Cape Cod Canal,
saying nothing was to be gained by
Officials of the Eastern Forward
ing Company announced that the
1)eutschland's cargo was discharged.
Great care was exercised to prevent
outsiders from seeing the work. Only
the crews were allowed in the hold.
They passed the freight out to negro
stevederes who stored it in the ware
houses. Nothing has been made pub
lic concerning the Deutschland's
The citizens' committee which has
arranged for a complimentary ban
quet to the Deutschland's crew next
Wednesday, announced that a gold
watch. suitably inscribed, will be pre
sented to Captain Koenig.
MAY MANUFACTURE PAPER
Iewspap:r Men May Build Co-Opera
tive Factory-Hold Conference
nd J. F Kocher, veneer manufactu
r of Cc'umla, tp see if either might
ot' reli f. It Was brought out that
paper f mine is expected. I-i. J. Mc
aurin o: Sun tor has been invited to
spear be 'ore the association and out
ne his p an,; for the 'establishment of
paper n '11 in South Carolina. A mill
as reco!!y opened in the state of
0. K. V.''ina of Rlock Hill1, J. L
i-is of 'diii el d and W. J. Erwh
:'hieste "'' named as mnem'e:.
' a enm r n to preCpar'e a state
:tn as I 'e dlit Ions. The price o~
'nht ger'ety liersd In cos:
d it was ro':'tht out that mantufnietu
('olumbnii -\ 't aii informa.l (confer
.itro f a le - ; t ''r (di tot's and jubiish:
r's helcd I' Ce!unbi.. it wias decideo'
in iil a mi oi'.g of the r Soth (Car:olinut
l'er~t AssC niin at which the short
ro of not 't 'ri'int paperoi will he con.
!d'i'ed. "'' mnt i ng willh be hlt
~ovembier It' at 2 p. im.. the 'nace o'
ll tig to hco ano'inced. The situia
lon 't(O ' oce I" news pilnt ''per P i
oh1 letred e-fous by the e'l''ers o
he' sltato a- 1 stems miay be t:sken i look
ng to rell -f.
.\ e'omm in .' n 'a a nnlint'rl at th
cnr:- o -coe '"w :in ogi''i l,; o
he ('olker''u - in'!.s at Ilartavill
cirs are' de 'I"'"e ' cont Irat fr'om suul
The edite "a gave con'-hile-ationi .
ho organiz-' !on of a co-enerat ive pt
r' imanufa' liu-iig comupany~ to suno!.
te papiers of t' .tt. The pian
'outld cost ulot $71000,fl It was est'
-iatod anid I hk amiountt. the prope
enls say, wold be saved in tw'
R. C. Wi; -"it of ('o'rmbia told c
- is Iivestigi ' on in'oa t he paper''~ sItu'
ion, Hie sabil that the naiper' mills atr
niale to fil! thr'ir o-der'..
It is priobt Y'o that it will he nec-"
ary to in -r-is the subscr'iptimo
ates of tho ca'tnty 'aners. A. B. .Jor
tan, editor c'' the ihllon Her'tldl. in
etter to the- oniferenceestatedl that I
A'ouldi be tie' 'ssary for him to iir
'r'ease the 11 !CC of l'.ls paper fromi $
o $1.50 a you-u'. It may also he nieces
'ar'y to lncre: a the advertising ratere
Among the editors attendinig the
'onferenco ware: Hubert Osteen o
he *Sumter l'oem. Ed H. DoCamp o'
he Gaffney Ledger. W. J. Erwivn of
he Chester i'eporter. J. L. Mims of
he Edgefiel I. Advertiser, Wigfall
'heatham -of the Ed~gefleld Chronuicie,
T. HI. Hlamol c' the Korshaw Era, Har
uld C. Bioo" of the Spartanburg
Tour'nal. Fi. C .Withers of The State.
1. C. Wright of the Columbia Record,
M. L. FTarreli. of the Lutheran Survey
mnd WUiiam.Panmkq of .the. Columbaa
, Etc.,. and our
ds. Come anc
to Suit Every
Iomen's Shoes, Boy's Sho
ly Shoes--any kind of Sho(
ind it here. All have a "Ii
lake Our $torte your Head
Itord. r"esent aTso was C. C. lTu
ler of The. State Comnpany, Columbia,
president of the So'itfi Carolina Mas
ter Printers' Association.
Kills Husband Accidentally.
Columbia.-Herbert M. Rowell, a
locomotive engineer, was shot through
the heart at his home here and died
about 15 minutes later. The pistol, a
32-calibre Iver Johnson, loaded with
steel Jacketed bullets, was discharged
accidenally, it is said, while Rowell
and his wife were playfully struggling
for its possession.
Cotton Mills in-rease Wages.
Greenville. - The Laurens Cotton
Mill of Laurens and the Poinsett Mill
"f Greenville have announced wage in
creases of 10 per cent for their em
ployees. About 700 operatives are
SOUTH CAROLINA NEWS ITEMS,
A terrific wind, rain and hail storm
visited Greenville last week.
A South Carolina boy in the hospital
corps on the border writes a Columbia
friend that winter clothing is being
issued and that it looks like an all.
There's a great variety o
in the kitchen for cooking
them all in superior quality.
Pots, Broilers, Saucepans,
etc., we hav'e in the most ex
of the finest block tin, and
makes them most dlurable.
whole kitchen outtit or an o<
If, for' no other' reason than t
to human life, you owe yourself a
Ii's a duty, because you ha'
future but you have power to stai
thefuture. B3sides we want to he!
The Bank c
es and Girl's Shoes.
you want, any style
ve and let live" price
quarters next week.
A Gaffney girl, Miss Lila Moore,
was awarded the blue ribbon on fancy
work at the Southeastern fair which
was recently held in Atlanta, Ga. When
it is taken into conaideratdon that this
young woman is totally blind her
achievement is remarkable.
Timed patrons continued to with.
draw funds from the Home National
Baink of Lexington, the cashier of
which, Alfred J. Fox, is missing and
under charges; but all demands were
met promptly and not a few deposits
Two of Manning's largest mercan
tile establishments were destroyed by
fire last week.
At the conference of Charities and
Corrections to be held in Charleston
November 14, 15 and 16, the general
theme for discussoin will be "Organi
zation for Social Service in South
The sixth annual Orangeburg county
fair will be held in Orangeburg on
November 14, 15. 16. 17. The outlook
for this fair is most encouraging and
it is thought that the attendance rec
ord of all county fairs will be excelled
f flarticle s reqjuired
>ur'poses, ad we hv
Kettie. TPea a nid C''ffee
Pry ansC a k is
cel lent makee. They' are
formied in a way thmat
Whether yo u need a
hi thii g, it Is here.
lime tells what(
farting a Bank*
he unforeseen demands incident
'en't the power to pr'edict the
't a Bank account and fortify for
p worthy young menO to succeed.