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An event that we all
ing what new jags are.i
events. The next thing
prepared for this import
ing is necessary to with
Take stock of yourself, th(
Far superior to anything seen in Manning
before. The newest colors and designs-all sizes.
To try and give you a complete description of
our vast assortment would take up more space
than this paper affords. We merely you .to come
in and take a look.,
. In fact, we have the mc
and Men's Wearing Appai
on merit. Our Motto: "S
MORRIS NESS, Manager.
While at the Fair Next
Sure and Call a
Levi Mercantile Compa
THEIR STOCK OF
GROCERIES AND Ill
* ~Is the best in the county-and then the matter o
Does not mean depriving yourself of nc
judiciously selecting the foods that you nec
In this we want to help YOU.
We have mnany suggestions that will helj
,Cost of Living.
Economy Prices, too.'
LEVI. MERCANTILE CI
MANNINO, S. C.
look forward to with ext
n store for us during this
we naturally think of, is
ant occasion. Cold weat
stand the bitter frost and
n come in and look at the
This department needs no recommendation.
Our "ach," "gage" and "acato" pattern Hats speak
for themselves. Our expert milliners does the rest.
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S CLOAKS!
We will compare our line with the best of
them. All new and nobby. One for the tot as
well as the grown-up. -We solicit an inspection.
st complete and up-to-date ]
'el in Manning. We respect:
atisfaction guaranteed or n
GREENVILLE BOY IS
Daniel B. Gallagher Enlisted in South
Carolina City on January 25,
HAS SISTER LIVING THERE
t Wrote Recently He Was Eager to
Get Into First "Scrap." His
ny. Sto rewaetnivyknw heewee
ca pricenrs akeilythesurits
hedlvddforaofd. mnth lmearnsn
lsiGhrevl, ov. J.anuare2l 1B.
lahser, ong the irswe GAmhgeri
who holds a position with the local
telephone company, was the only
relative here, the rest of the family
E Sbeing 'In Blloeton, Ala.
.___________Young G~allagheri came to Green
ville the latter part of last year, and
though he had b~een here only a few
,months when he enlisted in the army
and was sent to a trainiing campi at
Columbus, Ohio, had made a number
of friends in this city.
Heard from IHim Sunday.
The last letter from her brother
was received by Miss Gallagher only
-last Sunday, and sa id that the writer
was faing'h well andl enjoying life,
but eager to get into the first scrap
ede fod tmensid ''"e Gemas adding that all the
-r 'is in France were eager to
:d. -tion. Miss Gallagher was
'y ,fed by news of her broth
e.soe saying that although
she realized thab her brother was
safecr than on the firing l iue, she knew
t~~he would~ have~~" preferred to reamain
~O1I o Cutin action.
Young Gallagher is nowv eighteen
years of age. lie imp~ressedl the lo
cal recruiting officers as being a fine
specimien of physical andl moral man
hood, stating wvhen enlisted that he
(lid not care to stap) at hon~e while the
country was at wvar and asking to be
enlisted in that branch likely to see
foreign service first, Hie has a broth
)M A Yer in training at Camp Wheeler, Ma
Oflicial Lilst of U). S. Casualties.
Washington, Nov. 5.-The official
.casualty list of the losses of Ameri
can troops in France in their first
clash with the Germans followvs:
Killed: Private Thomas F. En
right, sigter, Mrs. Mary Irvin, Pitta.
burg. Prae ames B-. Grs.m,
reme pleasure; wonder
most important of all
Clothes. We must be
ier is here; warm cloth
things we have to offer:
MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS!
Sufficient to say that we handle Schloss Bros.
& Co.'s famous "Clothes Beautiful." That label
in a garment is the highest recommendation pos
sible to give. It is the stamp of quality. We have
conservation for the man-belters for the young
ine of Ladies', Children's
Fully solicit your business
Manning, S. C.
mother, Mrs. Alice Dodd, Evansville, breeders from whom they can pot
Ind. Private Merle D. Hay, father, chase such sced at s' reasonable price.
D. Hay, Glidden, Iowa. He visits the breeders several limes
Wounded: Private John'J. Smith, luring the season to advise with them
brother F. D. Smith, Ludington, Mich. regarding the work and to show them
Private Charles J. Hopkins, brother, all the details, from the planting
James W. Hopkins, Stanton Texas. through the selection, note taking,
Private George L. Box, father, James and ginning, le will also soon take
L. Box, Altus, Okla. Private Homer up the work of inspecting the seed
Givens, father, Willidm F. Givens, fields and will give the breeders seed
Cloverdale, Ala. Private Charles L. certificates.
Orr, mother, Mrs. Sarah Regnell, Breeders who carry o i
Lions, Kansas.talthmehdofbein vo
Captured or missing: Sergt. EdlgarctdbyheUidStesJpa
M. hialyburton, father, George B.metoAgiuur 'ilbgvn
Halburton, Stony Point, N. C. Cor-cetfaesor"giteded.Al
poral Nicholas L. Mulhall, mother, ohrse hr h tnado a
Mrs. Bridget M ulhall, J1ersey City. reyi it eitat'' rdc
Corporal Edwin II. II nines, mother, nsadprt sbigm nnnl
Mrs. E~lizabeth IIlaines, Woodwanl,buwhrteplt-orwmtodi
Okla. Private I lerchel Godfrey, ntbigfloe nalisdtis
father HI. C. God frey, Clhicago. Pri- wl ecr i s'ipoe et'
v'ate Vernon H. Kendall, father, Samt
Kendell, Roll, Okla. Private William . (iA>'Bl0 SRIE
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Miss l'ivne I a 'ryLanh nthriog the ston I note itin. ,
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purtyer, thira ser, Tudtowter. ,Jmebiling' the Ms.tnteth a 'onev
forsale I'iat eso lely cLanottman . itng ttresurce Mf a nation. TheI
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