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Are Here in Profusion!
YOU can select your Fall and
Winter Wearing Apparel here
withouit any trouble.' We have
bought with an aim to give the
people just what they want and
we ask you to look over the new .
things i n
l Ladies' Dresses, Coats, Coat
Suits and Shoes
They're beauties, and we are
selling them fast--and getting
in new shipments all the time.
NEW ARRIVALS IN
MEN'S HATS DRESS TRIMMINGS
MEN'S SHOES ' YARD 'GOODS
MEN'S NECKWEAR NOVELTIES
Manning Dry Goods Co
H. D. DuBROW, Manager.
manaNS RnDUCTION OF smpossiblead lanf st
at a stannard price. HE SELLS COLD
PRICE Of BREAD The food administration has no pow
er over retail prices and all it can B U fA
accomplish must be done through co
Bakers' War Emergency Council in operation and valuntary acquiescence
Conference With Food Adminis- in its suggestions. V[RY WARM HEARI
tration Officials. -o
Pee rGot the Wrong Ghost.
CAN'T TOUCH RETAIL PRICF Little Talk With Girard (Ala.) Ice
. , The latest spiritualist story that is D~ealer.
Hoover Can Oly Accomplish Results intr s c e a..
in This Line With Co9pe- knw perwoltlmardawi- YeIhaea ar hetfroe
ration. ~ n a ae ptesokbs-tig"si r .L on h c
Washington, Sept. 10.--With theleit(rpsdel.Tecueac vrihatfrhebsedhight
price of wvheat stabilized and a scale crigt h ospI hthvn aem yfrtrle fe a
of profits adopted by flour manufac-araglabi soiy sene tosfre fryasadamst(ei
turers, the food administration turned wihalhsfins~eeivtd e~ihauci~ieto.
its attention today to lalns for reduc-caldu th sprtoLod ithnr "IgtobdIhdto ieupm
ing the cost of bread. whhwvr.euelt per h oka~ ery(i~,a~ us
A (dozen leading bakers, comprising ol prt~h i u.i napa-wudhvecp o etn h
the war emergency council of their ac a h omrhsado h ih eeya h atmmn.
national organization, mieeting with n~ erswosudyrtdhs " 1 o hn ntiges ol
food administration officials, w ieo h ujc fmarighv epdm lk ufroSldd
given an outline of wvhat it is aana( nhrcoc fahsad o eifams toc.Ihv
hoped to accomplish through elimina- ol ae w ote n elta
tion of wasteful practices in the bak- Fu mrcnGnrtos m flyhaei ae' a
ing indlustry andl by cooperation of the aymr rul ihm tmc.
bakers themselves. Oeo h otitrsigscey " etil a eomnlSl
Food Administrator Hoover believescety(pctforfml geea yoesmchrub.Itdla v
bread prices can be brought diowa n so th faiyo prty is deulhng orm anleael y
fully 20 per cent when the newv wheatconssC penwhehsb distuleaerIadufrdfryar
crop begins to move freely through hi otehsoi alo fGis ihidgsino h vrtknl
the flour mills. The food administra- bruh n h esl a omr n ufroSlbitm p a~
tion hopes t oestablish a standard- l lc ye fNwYr.TeVs aem tog o.
izedl loaf of sixteen ounces to sell at
six cents andl another fourteen ouncescones wh vsmridi N- AlDugstkow fterma
to retail at five. This wvould representvebr19,prsne he hubn ale elig ovr f lfr-S.
a considerable redluction in . pr i tha(agtricMrhlsadTeyhastre.ik hsms vr
The baker's chief objection to a stand- uo hsyugl~ytecamn
ardlize'l loaf has been that fluctuationreaJspieNeha ben e- Slro-o cnbefud tay
in the cost of materials has made ittoe.Neiste ail naeo DrgSr. Ifyu Dugstds
ofThe' flyests iitast ear thait it o o. Te Mra rgC.
Tk euy ert ndownewltel.aredawd
desie tat fye w anh a akern Viupte is tb roponOaor. CrdnlBo-e
Lades el~~essth aghtra ofMre ndhus s.-y to cbso o etiite, a n
compleion, O cour et itraro t ud el.rTe sqause Thac-ansoog ard hc
theydo nt wihoterscorigt h geneipsn in th at photgaphtingut h ihry-wwl
to know abeautiier alrea his r fereds o, re Mrs.Edwar he rtihesspedisoe fte
,,(' hs been sed 80 he calyed her theprit MfLr Kistch r, cascoe fteBiihpeae
buy abottl of woly sirte whondidIsputling her appeat- TepeetErtido i ili
Im gane waust (the re husbnd Nauee nothe -sx n hstf osa
Magnolia Ba~~~ne peeress, a ho Vscouss Capen hris lugtr.leha w ei
self, sandin on hie righ sie o husb nd. , Ehm al aka n
LIQUIDFACE P WDER te picur Ae. ia Generations.ucstrsir. is
and se ccor ,m to'simle ir~onOnei Vsounth Cmpost iteron ah s c outietyte uuematro
tefwhlg.f-lal'Subur. top fn.ce nt his epI s u capain gentera- e ntrd te ilmti evc
Pin, Wil. Roe-RJ. rtish aryadInwa the faiyo p r nt . ins- 8 nd wsammbro h
75e.. 'DmgI.I~vhl~mgheirc o th his tri adomh ofe Gar Bits ema y at Whingtno
Samle eihercolr)foE ~ t~P. ao licsh and the nuprsels foreri- atm. We h a rk uh
Lyo M,.Co, O~u~t ifh t. ~ood~,NY.counteaVs ountas mre n weeNo- tchdt h riihlgto
I celeratoed Noeti the utfa hinale atSf-hom
MISS FANNIE WEAVER
invites your inspection of her large line of
FOR FALL AND WINTER
Wednesday and Thursday
September 19 and 20
The latest in Pattern Hats, Trimed and Untrimed Shapes
Ribbons and Flowers.
Miss Fannie Weaver
Rear of Manning Dry Goods Co.
Roast for "King" Manuel. if negro troops arc to be trained here total quota there will be a great deal
- as eems ow tobe regiment.-na
The youthful former King of Portu- tion of the War Department, was fat it se now that there wil
gal, for some years resident in this made known through an announce- be m not mr erew
country, and the husband of a Ger- nent today. broughaherifrot treegraes
man-born princess, is just a bit too Was ught he draf th vhees tat
decorative and diligent in the pursuit ago stated that at least one sear- ease, the negroes at Camp Jackson
of enjoyment and oequiteluseful ate regiment of negroes would be or- usiel f organied into separate bat
enough to suit some peple. Th ganized at each of the cantonments talions and will be comletely segre
"Gaby"i'h 0 per cent increment to be gated from the white troops. Theyi
bnany minds, but never until a fewvbogthr nSpebr1,wl ~l aeascino h apt
days ago has one seen anything (Ie- bigtosnso ere nli h hmevsudrtepeetp s
rogatory to this "roi in exile" in the
British press. The influential and- ---'--___
widlely read London "Chronicle," howv
ever, has this to say editorially re
gardling Manuel and the manner in L f(
which he is almost invarIably (desig- j j W HM
natedl in the columns of the other Brit
ish newspapers. The comment is sur
prisingly tart, as you will see:
."The movements of this young23 l.9 'h
man," says 'rho "Chronicle," are an
nounced in the society columns of the
press in this style: '(King Manuel 'hs asaesgrcrd ml ie;ltl a rs
has left for Eastbourne: King Man- andliiu ang
uel leaves London this afternoon for
'Liverpool." In thie first place, he is
not "Kink Maucl," but is ex-King C e mo h a lu
Manuel, and it is not very compliment
ary to our gallant republican ally,
Portugal, to (describe its ox-King as if ~ ~ IC 4l.Bg
he were still a ruling monarch. WeAsahgl.gdeptryadih-ralFlu hidliou
have got into the habit of speaking Nrl aoiapouti fee steeLa fayfora
of ",the exTsar" and we should apply tepiea~ nmn ntne ueirt al ihrpie
*a similar phrase to the deposod King Flu.
of Portugal, who, unlike the ox-Em
peror, ran away from his throne and
his country. Ex-King Manuel would A b r al l u
prove himself more of a man and a
patriot if ho were to take some part$10lr24b.Bg
in th wvar, fighting, for instance, with
the Belgian army. (He is fit andThslorissmlth latwdinulty titoth
'twenty-eight). He was woundled last ts.'lritaourik Iftdentmkeheietbed
year-p)laying tennis at Eastborne!" su ol o vrhdi orlftk htyuue o
So Thankful,.urne ecud fe utnm t
''While my (laughter was playing
the piano last nigh ta strange man
pulled the dloorbell and wvanted to give H izP c ln i e a
her a half dlollar."
"Must have been a groat lover of39 Gal.
music." Csoest uns oties
"No; he snai dit was a thank offer
ing because he didn't live next dloor
to us."-Boston TIranscript.
SEGREGATION AT'5 a'
Trhousands of Negro Recruits to Be
Trrained--Will Occupy section
ClmiSept. 8.-Tha6 the races
at CampoJackstnewill bepsegregttedas