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PLEDGES NOT TO USE WHEAT
UNTIL WAR COMES TO EN[
Mr. Hoover, After a Conuference With
Allied Food Administrators, Cables
Release of Pledges of All Public
Eating Places and Homes Not
to Use Wheat Till Harvest
Washin ton, July 29.-Release w1
hotels and public eating places fromr
the voluntary pledge o use no wheal
until the new harvest was in is an.
pounced by the food administration
today. Homes operated on the same
basis are also released.
This action, vhich was foreshad.
owed exclusively by the Universa
Service tyo weeks ago, follows re
In connection with <
GROCERIES of a
a Fish House. F
nice Fresh Fish e
We will sell by the s
Call Phone 79 i
want and we wil
Buy Thrift 5
Buy a Baby I
It will be worth $5.
This is 4 per cent. c
Go to your Bai
or any progres:
and ask for inf,
* W. S. S. SOLI
This space pati
to War Saving
NManning Oil M
Trying to instil
mind the fact t
1 Hardware and
ity thani can 1)4
cured andl at a I
] We have long
I the (treat ba
I for bench or a
We have Tools
1 low prices.
'ceipt of a cable from Food Admnin
trator Hoover in conference with t
food administrators of 'the alli
countries in England. He hasal
ceived the requirements of the alli
nations for the coining year, and thi
estimates of their own wheat yieh
Announcement is expected short
from these conferences that the w
tire allied world has enough whe
to abandon its extreme wheat cons
vatlon plans and that all will sha
alike in the wheat that they ha
Abandonment of the wheatless
niod and (lays does not mean t
ure wheat bread will again be us'
Vic tory bread~ is to come into univ(
sal use and it wvill be the only wvhi
bread baked in the bakeries of t
United States, served by its rests
rants, and used in its patriotic home
>ur Full Line of FANCY
II kinds, we have added
ron here you can get
veryday, consisting of
, Mullets, Trout
tring and pound also.
d ask for what you
I serve you. Deliveries
Manning, S. C.
tamps at 25c.
3ond for $4.15.
D~O on January 1. 1923.
iker, Post Office,
sive business man
I EVERYWHERE !
s Committee by
|| into the public
h~at we are selling
Tools of every
nuch, better qual
, elsewhere pro
nuchi lower price.
been known as
rgain house for
i Tools, welhther
for all trades at
-Vtor bread is 80 per cent wh<
be flour and 20 per cent substitutes.
ed Mr. Hoover's Thanks to America
e- Mr. Hoover said in his cable:
"In releasing the hotels, rests
rants, clubs and dining cars fr<
s- their pledge not to use wheat in a
Sor untilethe new harvest, I wi
n- to congratulate them upon the pat
at otic example they set and thank th
r- for the large savings made. The 'ec
re of their service has been heard
ve Europe and has pointed the way
democracy-the most service of th(
e who have the most to give.
at "It has been a personal inspirati
-d to me to have the continued help,
r- freely given, of all the men and v
te men who put through the 'no whe,
e campaign which helped us to prov
for the necessities of the allies
s spite of our short crop.
"I have connfidence that the sa
- spirit will enable us to build up i
great reserve of wheat and otL
foods needed to provide against
ture crop failure and to assist the
lied nations in putting through i
great offensive that must win I
Estimate of Saving
About five thousand hotel men gi
the wheatless pledge, and it is ei
mated that they, with the dining c:
and clubs and other public eati
places saved from October 1, 1917,
Auguts 1. 1918, between 175,000,(
and 200.000,000 pounds of wheat a
its products, 150,00,000 pounds
meats and 50,000,000 pounds of sug
With the householders who all
themselves in the wheatless mo
ment they accumulated a reserve
140,000,000 bushels of wheat wh
was sent to Europe.
The hotels and dining cars h
taken the open sugar bowl from th
tables and are limiting sugar s
vice to patrons to two half lumps
one teaspoonful of granulated for er
meal. This keeps safely within
new ration of two pounds per per
AMERICAN TitOOPS INSPI RE
GElRMA NS W ITH FE.
Foch's Victory Regarded as Smash
the Whole Campaign of the Ger
man high Command and Much
of the Credit is Attributed
Paris, July 29.-The German
treat is growing hourly in haste i
Franco-American cavalry is cro
ing the Ourcq.
The Germain line through Fere
Tardenois is probably rendered unt
able. Allied guns are raking the rc
running through that important imit
All German menace to Rheims I
Military experts here predict a fi
ther German retirement betwveen
Crise and the Aisne (below Soissor
The German resistance appears
have saved most of their mobi: n
terial, but huge heaps of shells
falling into the hands of the pursu<
New French tank., are playing
important part in the allied advar
The Germans have paid a fright
price to save material.
The entire French press rega
Ioch's victory as smashing the wh
campaign of the German high c<
mand. All the papers quote the l
ser's message to his troops on July
when he mounted a tower to wa
his legions "storm peace."
. "We enthusiastically salute
noung American troops," says
Journal. "Their valor is inspiring
Germany with a formidable fear."
The German press is making fr
tic efforts to "explain" the retreat 1
warnings of America's fight
strength are becoming more and m
frank and frequent. A Munich pap
for instance, calls it stupid to und
estimate America's power. Germ
papers are admitting the heavy lo
es suffered in the current bat
Among those lost, they reveal, is G
eralI Unverzagt, and Lieutenant
Bateeki, son of the former Gern
-An army order was found on
dehdl German officer saying:
''The north bank of the Marne mn
be, held at all cost. Possession of
heights is most important.
(Signed) "H1igh Commnand.''
Tihe German hold on the Matrne v
broken wyhen a German division y
tseized wvith panic in the face of Frei
In Her Mother's Home, Says TI
Geomjia Lady, Regarding Blacli
Draught. Relief From Head
ache, Malaria, Chills, Etc.
Rlinggold, Ga.- Mrs. Chan. Gast<
of this place, writes: "I am a us
of Thedford's Black-Draught; in fa
It was one of our family medlicin
Also in my mothor's home, when
was a child. When any of us cli
ren complained of headache, usua
caused by constipation, she gave
a dose of Black-D~raught, which wot
rectify the trouble. Often int
Spring, we would have malaria ai
chills, or troubles of this kind,
would take Black-.Draughit pretty r
ular until the liver acted well, a:
we would soon 1)0 up andl arou:
again. We would not be wIthout
for it certainly has saved us lots
doctor billa. Just a dlose of Bla<
Draught when not so well saves
lot of days in bed."
Thed ford's Ilack-Draught has he
in use for many years in the trec
ment of stomach, liver and bou
troubles, and the popularity wilich
now enjoys is proof of its merit.
If your liver Is not doinig its dul
you will suffer from suceh dlisagrE
ablo symptoms as headache, billot1
ness, constipation, indIgestion, et
a nd unless something is done, serie
trouble may result.
Thedford's Bllack-Draught has be
found a valuable remedy for the
troubles. It Is purely vegetable, al
nets in a prompt and natural we
regulating the liver to its prolc
functions and cleansing the bowels
impurities. Try it. Insist on Th
'ford's. tho origInal and manunna N
at THE JOY OF
ri- Came to this Woman afte
ho Taking Lydia E. Pinkham'
in Vegetable Comnpound to
Restore Her Health
on Ellensburg, Wash.-" After I wn
so married I was not well for a long tirr
o- - . and a good deal c
at' the time was n<
de able to go abou
in Our greatest desir
1 was to have a chi]
ne in our home and or
he day my husban
ler came back froi
'u- .4town with a bott
l- of Lydia E. Pink
he ham's Vegetabl
he Compound an
wanted me to try i
It brought relie
from my trouble
ti I improved in health so I could do mI
irs housework; we now have a little one, a
of which I owe to Lydia E. Pinkham
to Vegetable Compound."- Mrs. O.
100 JOHNSON, R. No. 3, Ellensburg, WasI
I There are women everywhere wl:
of long for children in their homes yet at
ar. denied this happiness on account <
ie some functional disorder which in mos
e- cases would readily yield to Lydia o
og Pinkharm's Vegetable Compoundl.
ich Such women should not give up ho.
until ti- ey have given this wonderfr
ve iedici e a trial, and for special advic
eir write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co.
e.. Lynn, Mass. The result of 40 year
or experience is at your service.
.h and American troops north of Jat
gonne. Americans led the pursuit.
POLICE' CHIEF SAYS't DUTY
%IR TO COUN'TRY CO.MES FIRS
Manitowac, Wis., July 29.--Decla
ng ing that his first duty is to I
country, Police Chief George G rof
man. who was recently given If
choice of resuming his duties as her
of the city polic dlepartment inste
~' of directing he special police force
n<( the shipyards here, or having his ci
office declared vacant, decided to vo
ss- tinue on duty at the shipyards, whe
craft for the government are beir
>ad FIGURES THAT SHOW OUR
eB IG MILITARY tFOER('
Ms Nearly 3,000,000 Soldiers and Sailo
IHave A pplied for Ganernment In
- surance, 'Totalling More Than
he $25,000,000,000 and They May
s Not. be Half 'T'hrough
i Washington, July 29.-Some ids
. of the growth of the military fore
ai. of the United States can be gain
e from figures made public today
ful the bureau of war risk insuran
- which show that almost 3,000,000 si
eds Biers and sailors have applied f
ole government insurance, totalling me
than 25,000,000,000 dollars.
ai- Secretary McAdoo announced th
1 the number of applications exceed
teh 2,954,009, for a grand total of $21
1.18,18,000. In the last four lays ue
Lhe der rapid fire methods of writing i
Le surance upwards of $1,000,000,000 h
all been written. The total for July w
be close to $4,000,000,000.
ni .CATARRH CANNOT BE CURTED
>re with LOCAL APPLICATIONS,
er, they cannot reach the seat of the di
er- ease. Catarrh is a local diseas
an greatly influenced by constitution
ss- conditions, and in order to cure
.e. you must take an internal reined
m-n Hall's Catarrh Medicine is takeni
on ternally and acts thru tire blood <
an the mucous surfaces of the systei
Hall's Catarrh Medicine wvas' pr
aserihted by one of the best physicia
in this counttry fot' years. It is cot
List posed of some of the best toni
he known, combined with sonme of tl
best blood purifiers. The perfect cot
bination of the ingredients int Hal
mas Catarrh Medicine is what pr'odue'
ssuch vondet'rul results in catarrh
ich cond(Iitions. Send for testimonia
- F. .. CH EXNEY & CA., Props., Tole
AlIl D rugg ist s, 75e.
Hall's F'am ily Pills for const ipatio
D~uRANT & ELL.ERBE,
Attorneys ait Law.
MANNING, S. (,.
er R. 0. P'urcy. S. Oliver O'Bryar
s.PlUY & O)'lRY AN,
I 'tMANNING,. S. C.
ly Attorneys and (Counselors at Law
be FRED LESI.SNE,
dAftorney at La,rrv
.g Oflice Over Hlome Bank & Trust C
dc MANNING S. C.
k- LQANS NEGOTlIATIED,
a On F'irst-Class Real Estate Mortgag,
m PURDIY & O'IIRYAN,
t- Attorneyai at L~aw,
It MA NNING, S. C.
*e. J. WV. WID)EMAN
Attorney at Law
a Oflices Adjoining "The Herald" Bid,
eDR. J. A. COLE,
or MANNING, S. C.
d, Upstairs Over Weinherg's Corner
MANNING. S. C.
The maximum policy ur
is for $10,000. The avers
of insurance applied for i
steadily increased during
months and is now about
The bureau of war risk
is stated, now has more
force by $3,000,000,000 thi
r nary life insurance in th
all the legal reserve inst
'anies of the United S
b ine I.
One feature of the st
tended to quiet the fears
ciaries who have not yet r
,s tificates reads as follows:
e "Persons who have bee;
f beneficiaries under the w
t surance but have not ye
their insurance certificat
Men's Suits, sp(
Men's Suits, st<
1 Ladies Coat Su
Ladies Long C
Palm Beach an
T These P
i The !
N into our pres(
Q pounded just
at and a fi
1 CIGARS, T(
Below Bank of M
you have eve
in tile next f<
see this lot.
AWe also ha
to be had for
gjoods we liar
der the law minded that these certificates are nos
ige amount essential to make their Insurance pro
or man has tection effective.
;he last few "The certificate is merely evidence
$8,500. of the existence of the contract of in..
nsurance, it surance and forms no part thereof. No
nsurance in apprehension should be felt by per
mn the ordi- sons who have not yet received their
e books of certificates. They are being sent for
rance com- ward as rapidly as limited space and
:ates com- an unprecedented on-rush of business
itement in- More than 1,800,000 insm ance
of benefi- certificates already have been mailed
eceived cer- it is added. All applications received
by the bureau are indexed, classified
i named as and held under statistical control, so
a.r risk in- that information on the insurance
t received protection of any person in the army
is, are re- or navy may be obtained instantly.
SExpert Manner !
mged and pressed -... S .35
am cleaned --------------- 1.25
y cleaned -------- -------- 1.50
its, sponged and pressed .75
oats, dry cleaned 1.50
sponged and pressed- 15
dry cleaned ------------- 1.5
d Cool Cloth Suits cleaned - _. .75
rices go in effect July lst>
ench Dry Cleaniog Co,
W. ROWLAND, Prop.
ut the very best materials go
;riptions and they are corn
the way your physician says.
ill and complete line of
.RN SODA FOUNTAIN
keep a Full Line of
3BACCOS and CANDIES.
N'S DRUG STORE,
anning. Manning, S. C.
Car of the Best
r laid your eyes oni will be here
w days. Don't buy until youa
They are beauties.
ive ini stock the bestE line of
the Money. Our ioncj years of
es you of the quality of the