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Time tells what
you did yesterday.
(aye Make to-morrow better
by starting a Bank*
If, for no other reason than the unforeseen demands incident to human
yous a powy rbecausaryou haven't the power to predc ethe thuturuture.
Bies owe wantue to ael Bankh Acount men to succeed. Begin today with $.
THE BANK OF MANNING
The Best Drugs
Nothing but the very best materials go
into our prescriptions and they are com
pounded just the way your physician says.
RUBBER GOODS and
and a full and complete line of
A MODERN SODA FOUNTAIN
We keep a Full Line of
CIGARS, TOBACCOS and CANDIES.
BROWN'S DRUG STORE,,
Below Bank of Manning. Manning, S. C.
Why Suffer with the 'Grippe ?
Try a dozen of our
At 50c. a Dozen.
If they don't cure you
just tell us and we.
will qiadly refund your money.
Could anything be fairer ?
PHONE 61. MANNING, S.C.
* Dry Cleaning.
Quality is the First consideration With Us.
You've had your clothes come home smellin
of gasoline, and you didn't like it.in
We didn't do that work.
We don't do that kind.
Your clothes leave our house perfectly clean
ed, with no odor about them, and sanitary in
Then, too, our prices are very reasonable.
Don't discard that old soiled suit until we
have looked it over. A few cents may make it
worth a few dollars.
*Hoffman French Dry Cleaning Co.,
S E. W. ROWLAND, Prop.
NEW CREATIONS IN FOOTWEAR
Ladies' Footwear made
by E. P. Reed & Co., are
as well known in Sum
-. P-RCE & CO.
The O'Donnell Stores
We merely wish to let
you know that the Spring
Stock is now here.
All the latest styles in
popular materials. Tans,
K PKids, Guns and Patent
B., C., D. and E. Widths
We are equipped to fit
you properly and con
fortably, with our guar
antee back of every pair.
Also a big line of Krip
fords at $3.50. None bet- \
ter at the price.
THE O'DONNELI DRY OOs con
SUMTER, S. C.
RUSSIAN COVERNMENT ACCEPTS mediately be turned in to thc authori
tiecs on pain of the holders being (Ic
HARD TERMS OF PACEOpposition
H~KUJERM ur EACEhave beeni supplressedl and other or
gans have been warned that inaccu
To Stop Hun Invasion Russia Will will lead to the arrest of the eitors
Give Up Much of Her Valuable and their staffs.
Western Territory Rumania, cut off from her allies
through the (lisaffection of Russia, atCIRE T
WILL WITHDRAW last has entered into formal peace ne. CIGARETTE
FROM FIN LAND)gtain vt teCnrlloes
Will Give Back to the Turks Ground Those past masters in Teutonic allied
Taken From Them in Battle politics, von Kuehlmana and Czernin, "smoke"
-Surrenderrespectively the German anl Austrian bject
The Bolsheviki government in Rus- teBugra rmeaetetn
sia represented b~y Nikolai Lenine andlI~ihM vrso h uaia r-hv elBre oac
Leon Trotzky, has acceded to the (I-er- t alon er Bcaet
mandls by Germany, and announced its Dutes swr h em moe
readiness to accept the hard peace
terms which Germany has laid dlown. vlbeofrdRmnawlbehd--- -
Thus, apparently, without further ~I*
hesitation, the Russians are prepared ayte r adt mrc
in an effort to stop the inroads theteroia aqusinsfrBlri
Germans now are making into their adeooi rfrne o h osigbig u h
country, to add to the enemy's ail- mn nlAsra
ready vast holdings more of. Russia'sNoBgFht
motvaluable western territory, c-e rexe.nen.(i~i~.o ra
tendling from the Gulf of Finland, ~ieqos nteln nFac
to withdraw her troops from Finland
and give back to the Turks what hasconeswihtelrc heg-ate
been taken from them in battle. grsrsaantheGrnofgrcle-hikw t
Abject Surrendeer tlcyatvt l ln h rn oi
The s.urrendler seems abjcct. RussiatiusvoetonioaeseoTh raigdesfrent.
is immediatel yto sendl a delegation toGemn agi hvetid oou n
Blrest-Litovsk, there to discuss wvithth Amran in herscor ot
German rep~resentatives the final de- vtofT I. A onsvrlomr
tails of the peace and sign the com- ocsos h eias rtlae
pact,.ihsc ireesa~ cuayo
At last accounts the German armies amta h nm eitd
in the east werc giving no had to'
talk of peace, hut, on the contrary,
were methodically pushing forward lEINUETl XSL
their line over the more than 500-mile
front from the Gulf of Finland region Uneadbyiteosu ry x
to Volhvnia, and still nowhere meet-.. tosise y1~ .~eltes
ing with any systematic attempts tourroClrn nco tyadtom
hinder their progress. (iet'l ilofrfrsl nMn
Prisoners Liberated (a h t lyo ac,11,i
Numerous additional towvns have rn fth or osea aig
been capture-' and several thousandsth folwn raItstt frtae
more Russians made prisoners. In atd fo11:
dition ne:.rly 3,000 German andl Auis-.-Sn
trian prisoners of wvar have been lib- sHer Firon50ae.
orated b~y the invadlers. Russia's prin- st aso onon:5ace.
ci pal port on the Finnish gulf is rap- a W.A Wilm,61 crs 1
idl Iy being applroaiched, notwithstand-bulig
ing the sniow-covered roads. The H ' prs 0ars
troop~s here are being pushed forwvard
in formed marches, the desire of theStMak
German high commandl evidently be- Etac ent,29 ars
ing to capture the port, which -would bidns
be available, if necessity arines, as a 'col
base for operations by a fleet of war
vessels against Kronstadt and Petro- odSmrtn og, N.7
Meanwhile the internal situation in RoaWle,2crs
Russia continues chaotic. So bad haveStJae
condlitions becomie ini Petrograd that a Jo Can12ace,2bidgs
state of siege has been dleclaredl by No ie ohon 11ars
D~eath the Penalty aiin
Looting and other d epredat ing Et1.C iko,1lt ulig
(leeds wvill result in sentences of death,
it is announed by the Bolsheviki au- Beigo ~~~~~
thorities, andl all explosives must im- R.W Wisn83ar.
Ples Cured In 6 to 14 Days Eigo GyTme o 2
aordrglttill rreu caoneyrfPZ o u
OINME~' als t cre nycas Ithi ga n have Hude n , a cr e s tinc u
Thefirt picatongivs ae nd eu atSe. informaiff pulised Cont hvIdys .JI A BEm i ~ a ln o m s a il~ Ii