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Manninghas Sold 00,000 Lbs. Tobacco this Season, Paying Out600,000
VOL. XXXVIII MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, ANGUST 7, 1918
ALLIES STILL 4
American and French Cannon Reply- 111
ing Sharply, Paying Hun A
Back with Interest h
35,000 GERMAN PRISONERS ta
Clemenceau Gives Inkling of Fruits s
of Victory-Over 200 Vil
Conditions on the battle front alone
- the Vesle river between Soissons ant
Rheims remain unchanged, and rela
tively speaking, there have been no
developments of outstanding import
ance on the line running form the re- Pi
gion of Montdidier toward the English ;t}
channC ' In both 1 egions, however, "
there is a tensenert which seems to f?
forecast the aprpoaching dawn of bigi
The bad wvathcr-heavy rainfalls, t'
the swollen ;.r and the resultant t
" wretched condition of the t. rrain with ,
which the Allied troops along the
Vesle now have to coat n1, not to
mention the necessity of bringing u)
guns, ammunition and supplies which
were left far behind in the rapid adJ..
vance-doubtless is having more to do l
with the holding in leash of Marshal
Foch's troop? 4 lian the opposition the
Germans are throwing in their way.
The Getmans have been shelline I
Wieavily the Americian and French sol-I-i
dier who have made their way across k
to the northern bank of the Vesle or l
delivering heavy counter-attacks i
against them. but everywhere thev, G
have met with a stonewall of resist- nU
anee vhich has not permitted them to In
counter balance their losses of ground. he
Allies Stand Firm r
-They also have deluged the south- y'
-ern line of the streani with shells of a
all calibers, including gaa projectiles, Y
and even have brought their famous t<
flame throwers into play, but all to no u
purpose. The Allies everywhere have of
remained firm, in the . round they a
But the Gerni.a ns ha e not been per- "
rnitted by the Alies to have a mon- t"
opoly of the initiative. Where they
have thrown 'nelW against the Amer-- (I
cans in the Fismes sector, Amcrican fi
missiles have been returned with add- '
s*% ld est. This particular sector W
r een 'a veritable inferno. Gas in tl
f . cquantities was released against si
i .e Americans who, wivth their gas I"
.nasks adjusted. were virtually un- -
harmed by the noxious fumes. A kind-|
. ]y switch in the wind at one time even
turned back the gas against the ene- h
my. The French also have answered
the Germans in kind. r<
. Moving Northward t1'
During the lull in the fighting on's!
the Soissons-Rheims sector the Ger
mans are believed to be moving their fa
main bodies northward to the posi- .
K tions they have chosen for ca stand, f'
aand doubtless the Germa.n Crown e
Prire iL ehnde oring hat:stily to re- a
c'onstitute da well as he may, with the
forces at his c mrnind, his badly shut
tered armrie s.
As inkling of whr.t the Germans 3
have. los:t in meni made prisonor and
grns captured by the Allies has be
come public through an utterance of
the French premier at a session of o
the ministerial council at hich Gen. c
e"clh was made a imaushal of France. 3
"Thirty-five thousand prisoners and s
70() cannon have ueen captured," said t
the premier. who adde that Pair's no T,
longer was; in uanger, that Soissons h
nd Chateau Thierry had been recon- p
( (uered and that 200 village: hadl been n
delivered through the formidable
1Ar'rt of Ic h', men through the if
So+i n :-R~hed;r~ sali~nt. 11
A4round~ Montdtidier I:t
Much interest attaches to the man
oeuvers of the Germans andl the dI
French and British troops, with the r
latter of w'homn some Americans are e
believed to be brigaded, on the front p
*ru.mmig fromt M'ontdidler to the region f
aroundI Ypres. Ultimately the optera-e
tions here rmay have a strong bearing p
on those now in rogress in the south
and if the Allies keep tup their success- h
fuli thrusts and the G;erma~ns continuep
to withdraw, compel a realignment of t
the entire battlefront. b
The French north of Montdidier if
have crossedt to the wvest side of the
Avre river between Braches and Mor
~isel. Here a fairly deep) penetration
into the Gema line wouldh become a' I'
d rireet m~enace to the Junction point of'
the armies of the Ger-man Crowni
Prince Rtupprecht. On both sidtes of
A miens, where the Germans have A
been shelling British positions, uisinig a
qluantities of gas, evidently wvith the hI
intention of. revent ing an atack in s
In Monday night's attempited Zep- if
pelin raid on London one of the big ti
4 dirigibles was sent crashing in flames n
into the North sea by British arimen, (
while another, woundedi by the guns
of the defendting fliers, hadl to scurry
homewardl to evadte destruction. Of
the five machines whis, set out on the I
mission of devastation lnt one( rectihed
Ir)T IkAV IN COLUMIA
CumiAug. 6.-The tempera-n
b urahd99 degreesinClmaa
1today, tehighest record for this date a
since the establishment of the eather Ia
bureau bore, thirty-two years ago. Thep
highest previous recordi on August 6 I
was .98 degrees. in :1905. _. d
ANNING'S POLIG[ FORCE'
UAN!S IN RESICNATION
The police force of Manning, con
sting of Messrs. S. J. Clark and J.
. Peavey, have tendered their resig
ttions to the council. It seems that
ey asked for a fifteen dlollar a
oath raise, which council refused.
11 other salaried of working people
tve been advanced on account of the
g;h cost of everything, and we think
e policemen should be paid more,
r they cannot live on the present
OTICE TO COUNTY RED
Miss Jessie McLean has beer em
oyed to assist in the collection of
e Second Red Cross War Fund. Pay
ents can be made to me as hereto
re, or to Miss McLean at the Red I
ross Work Room.
Subscribers living in the Sumtmer
n section can make their payments
the Bank of Santee if they wih
STRUCK flY L(ICHTNING
iss Nonie Goodwin, of Snoak', In
W;lterboro, Aug. ,--Mis ' Nonie
odwin, the elde-t daughter of the
on. and Mrs. .John C. Godwi, .as
lied by a bolt of lightning Friday
ternoon at their homi~e. near Srrouak,
the upper part of the county. M; c
oodwin was standing in the kitchen,
mar a table which whc at-.h-d t ,'h
all. The bolt struck the roof of th'.
>use nad descen:lcd one of the up
ght studs, leaping throuigh the
ung lady, who fell. expirin wid-..
.ely, it seems. Her riother(:nd a
mng man were sitting on the piazza
the kitchen and they were rendered
iconscious. Efforts were. made at
ice to resuscitate the stricken one-'.
rs. Goodwin and the young man,
ere soon conscious. but Miss Good
in, having received the full effect of
ie bolt, did not revive.
The dleath of th> yon ]a y we a
Weided shock to her friends and the
iends of the family over the entire
runty. She was just reaching m:.r
omanhood and was a student at Win
Irop College, having won a scholar
Nip there two years ago, wh re she
as justly popular and rute ru: in
The funeral was held at the Good
in family plot Saturdcty afternoon,
ing conductedl 1,y her pastor, the
ev. E. Scorgins. A large ntnmber (if
datives and friends assembled to pay
is last tribute and to express their
lnupathy to the family.
A rather peculiar coine.'dnt as the
et that \liss Good;wh(o r. grandfather,
>hn Goodwin, was killed within ten
et of the spot where sh was s trci:
) on July 26, )875, forty-thare.:s"
SE'VEltA L 111E FRtOM kA"I
Iercury Stand. t 9: in Ne, York
New York, Aug. %.-The wen dav
intense heat, which rased the mer
try to a maximum of 93 dugr(s at
aend 4 p. mn., caus' ti: de'uth of
!veral persons here today, and pros
-ated more than a score of others.
his evening the temperaturt "rn: still
igh in the eighties, witn utti' pros
Let of relief frome :;.other -w :tering
''heire was a g!nerail exd to bath
g beaches, .md -o d':e:"- the
irong which made :t wa to '.ieev
(land that manny womlen fi .obl'e
aniting for ear11 andlJII nnrc chil
ren becamne s'pa rated'( from heiri pa
:nts. Manuy persons who foarnd va
mat spots on the toirrid1 ane pre
itired to spend the~ nxgit nthei hoeing
>r' a sea breeze. O)theire. ani~ ow to
seape from the ''it y. too': ;(dws to
Fearing a longi cam .zty -t the
eait spiell cont inuied, the he.al th de'
:artment issued a Jlong list of"c n'i
>lbe observed by adlults in prot(etme~
ithi themselves and their chi inire'n
-omi heat andi~ humidity.
IIOOVEIC VISITlS THlE FI'JUNT
ays HlomIage' to Ameurican" W.hQ Fell
l'aris, Aug. i;.-Herbert C. Loover,
mnericana food admoin ist rater, has
aid a visit to the battlefront, w'here
Le renderedl homage to the Amaeneanc
,Id iers whlo have fallen (in the field
I' hoinor. Among)1 the pda ces he v.'is
ed was Belleau woodi~. lle' went over
he groundl where the A 1('rican .rmny
indle such a heroic stanid a int the
WIFE K 1LLE1m IH USBAN'.D
'oman C;laims Man Snappjl Pietol at
York, A ug. (.-Bob Black wood as
hiot to delath by his wife at Clover,
'n miles north of Yorkville this
iorning. Blackwood arnd his wife lived
t Clover cotton nill. Today Bob
mapped a pistol in his wife's face, and
ecording to her story, she took the
istol from h. i and shot him through
to'heart. No witnesses to the t-rago
WESTERNER WRITES of
lF[ AT THE FRONT
The following letter was written by
a young westerner to his father. Be
cause of the real human and descrip
tive matter in it, it was copied by the
censor, Lieut. W. M. Bomar and sent
to his brother, I. J. Bomar of Man
Anywhere in France,
Well, we surely are getting educat
ed in the way of war anyway. I can
t^ll you our rest camp is very dif.
ferent from what the front is like
true 'tis only a barn-but oh! such a
We were' back from our first trip
to the front. We were resting on easy
duty, and just beginning to enjoy rest
when the order came to "make our
packs." You know over her, that
me:ans a ticket to "Nowhere." The
drinking crowd began to wine up, and
soon everything was lively. The re(st
of us kept up our nerve as best we
could on "aqua pural,"
Then what followed seems like an
awful dream, the long ride in trucks, j
to the tune of "Back Home in Indi
ana," "Mother Machre'e," "The Girl I
Left Behind Me," etc., etc., till the or
der camte for absolute quiet and no
smoking. We had struck the danger
zone. The short jostled and jolted
sleep of the wor'ried boys was con
stantly interfered with by the grind
ing of the bra k's, constantly ::tarting
and slinping of the truels, and the
noise of guns and burs'-ing shills.
Then the final step fol:owed by the
long,long march. The pack straps
cut our shoulders like wires, the can
teen:; rattled empty in the cups, and
ti(e bunch who had "wimed up" against
orders, wabbl''d and rolled sidewise
with weariness, and utter exhaustion
is they walked, but walked on and on
in the dark (so dark that cach man
held the rifle of the lad in front so
that he'd know where to go and, too,
it help:ed to tell you t'iv fellow in
front was still there) till tih' blood
pounds through your temples, your
mouth is parched with thirst.. We
we'lked on up hill, down hill, through
fields and woods, ditches and banks,
.nd shell holes and mud, the whol''
line making no soui save the dull
thud of many feet, except occasionally
the rattle of stray piece:; of equip
meat-a rifle touched a helmet- a
bayonet. scabbard ra'tld on its b:'lt
hooks, or a ennteen clanked in its ctap
--that was all--save the shells.
A suppresrced half w:nisper c:en
down the line, "laIt." Then e:'me the
inevitable "Rear of I;ne lost, Private
----lost." Then the short wait, fol
lowed by "Forward,'' and again we
were off. The flash, flash of the hirh
explosive;, the roar and crack of
shrapnel and the whine of the splin
ters, Ih' rising crescendo that let a
man know a shl!l was con ing, all
tended to show us that our journey
would soon be .ver'. The' front. could
not he far away. Theni can. th(' roar
of the gas shell with its peculiar
sound in flight and its muffled explo
sion, th-- gagging and choking tremor
of the new men in their fir:t, gas at
tacc. Suddenly our guide stooped. A
man had risen on each :id" of him
placed a cocked automatic toward the
place where he had stor"d his last hot.
meal-his hurried explana'.ion and
w'! were on the front at last ,a.fLer a
long hard night. and dawn just start
ing in the I'.ast. 'h' cammc the pla
ing of the men--the Ii'utenuarnt's
cheerful ( ?) invigorating ( ?) "Boys,
here we are-we'v' got to dig in be
fore morning. The Hocies are on'
hundred yards forward. Be sure and
"i iiouflage carefully--Well I guess
I better go and dig sorme myself."
Did I dig? Dig? I)ig? Iy God, I)ad,
Amiericani was readly for just such an
ordeor. With muy toy trenching tool I
went dlownm thirough that. French dirt.
Iike rain ini the sand countryw. It was
"r'iooit hog or dIite ini the morn inrg.''
Anrd then the second morning a fteor
murch ranging hby onie gun and thie
aid (of aI Roche plane, (lie ((lun got oiur
r'ange, andl we' were glard we hadI du1g.
We had a real shelling, till our heark
swaii from the rinig and~ scream i of
the flyinig pieces and the shr'apnel amnd'
h ighi explosive witlIt its sie'keniig
stinking A . 10. gas-every nmuscle
eraml uiped in in voluntarly terr'or wheni
the shells wvould burst almost oni top
Ihut scaredi-Dad)ri wve just t hought
andlo got toio fair out in fronit arid somue
('nterprisirig Ainm'rica n machinie gun..
nier turned'o hiis wveapon on us. Crawl ?
We couldln't. Mlove? WVe dairesn't.
T1hihink ? We searcely had room for
that. An I11 wond(ere'd why I had not
more ofteni thoultght of the girl I left
hbeh ind me, and1( the sins of my youth
ful day rs, for, IDad, your soni I uke wvas
Ijust ab)out to cash in his checks. A
mac'hine guni fire firoim two I(eet abhove
your head to within a sixteenrth of an
inc'h (If your baickbone has tendenhrcies
to make you retrospet'otive. Anrd when
that gun is in dlirec't line with yours
own back borne, it miakes the real
nastiest souiid I ever he'ard. That
d--..-dl gunner mowed the grar s oiver
our headls, and it fell over us, and I
never came up, but every time a bul
let piassed over my head like the' eranak
of a pistol, I went closer, closer to
Mother Earth's bosom. Scared ?
Scared ? I bet my backbone glowed
and shone yellow and was visible for
a inile, anid I could hear six oth'r
FOR PRIMARY [tCTION
Richard S. Whaley
F'rank A. McLeod.
Lewis E. Wood.
For State Senate
.John R. Dingle.
.J. W. Wideman.
For House of Representatives
D. Luther Green.
W. W. .Johnson.
Miller 11. Mallette.
W. 'T. P. Sprott.
W. 1. Woods.
For Clerk of Court
A. 1. Barron.
E. B. Brown.
.1. 1. Cantey.
.Jos. S. Dickson.
T. II. Timmons.
For County Treasurer
L. L. Wells.
For ('tunty Auditor
Andrew P. Burgess.
Hugh A. Plowden.
For .Judge of Probate
Thomas Ml. Kennedy.
Clarence 11. Mathis.
.1. Lawson McLeod.
.1. M. Windham.
For Magistrate at Manning
To be voted for at the Clarendon,
.anning, Manning Farmers' Plat
form, Bloomville and Jordan Clubs.
. ). Alsbrook.
.. Furman Bradham.
lR. l.slie Ridgill.
For Magistrate at Summerton
To be voted for at the Summerton,
Davis Station, Panola and Davis, Cross
A. J. Richbourg.
For Magistrate at l'inewood
To be voted for at the Pinewood
For Magistrate at. l'axville
To be voted for at. the Paxville and
L.. S. Barwick.
.1. \V. Mins, Jr.
For Magistrate at 'iurbeville
IT be voted for at the Douglas,
Sandy Grove, Gibbons II ill and Seloe
1. 1). Baird.
L.. D. Barrow.
For Magistrate at Foreston
To be voted for at the Foreston,
Foreston Reform and Doctor Sammy
J. 1.. Graham.
.1. E. Rtichbourg.
For .lMagistrate at Alcolu
To be voted for at the Alcalu, Fork
:..1 Iarmnony Clubs.
W. 1). Young.
For .lMagistrate at Gable
To be voted for at the Sarid iniia
T. 1i. Mcl addin.
For M agistrate at. New Zion
To be voted for at the New Zion,
,Midway and Oakdale Clubs.
W. F. l'lemnming.
F'. .\l. Gibbons.
STATE CAM'AIGN .l EETING
lanning, Tuesday, August 13th. 1918.
Begin 10:30 prompt
Commissioner of Agriculture
V. 1). Garrison.
11. T. Morrison
TI. .1. MceIauighlin
A. At. Rtichardson
D. L. Smith
.1. T. Vowll
Su perintendent of' Fduent ion
J. E. Swveari igen,
Victor S. Rector
It. P. Searson
S. M. Wolf
John11 T1. Duncan
John G. Rtichards
A. J1. lethena
ilbt. A. Cooper
We are plea:-dc to anniounce that
y.oulr old fu nny fri ndi, ' ":r ftyv Ari
,buckle'' wi!l be at th( P'astime Theatre
'fuesdlay, A ugust I1th, m "GCood Night
Nourse."' It's a side.-ripper. C ome pre
pa redl to laugh as that s what you are
gomng to do. It's fonny.
pa irs of teeth chattering in tone and
correct time to my own. But we stav
ed right there till our time was lOp
and we crawledl in :andc told thiat guo
that he had ben wvaschiig his good buf
lets on a bunch that was simply too
lucky to die. Y'ou should have seen
Hut it ain't all hard, Dad. I've seen
some of the scarad(est men over noth..
ing (over niothing when it, was some
timg .else) r~nd some of the funniest
situations you ever heard of, but mn
tally, morailly and physically I am the
same boy that left old U. S. A.
weigh 1'29 stripped, aind am hard as
nails as the boys 5fay.
Well, goodbye and gaood luck.
S Your s~on,
MR. COVERT PLOWO[N AND
MISS [THEL WELS MARRIED
A wedding which carme as a sur
prise to the friends of the couple was
that of Mr. .J. C. Plo en of Manning
and Miss Ethel Well., of M1t. Carmel.
It was a very quiet affair, only the
members of the immediate families
being present. Mr. and Mrs. Plow
len arrived in 3Manning on .\Ionday.
Mir. Plowden, who is assistant cahsier
of the Bank of Clarendon is one of
the most prominent of the younger
business men of the city. As Miss
Wells, M1rs. Plowden frequently visit
ed in Maniing. here he has many
iriends whc vill welcome her here.
ADDI1ION.A LOCAL NEWS
S.e" Fatty in "Go :;~l ight Nurse,"
Tuesday, August 1:th.
One .1-room house, . and back
porch, acre lot, (hurcn St r. et. near
Write today for inforiation.
E. C. A LSBRIOOK,
We learn with regret that Lieut
Ervin D. Shaw o1 Suno1 -r. has been
reported among the missing in action.
Lieut. Shaw is a grandson of .\lr. 1).
W. Alderman, and well known in Can
ning. Every effort is being made by
his family to discover hes. where..
The .Junior lission iani of the
Presbyterian church will nitet Thurs
day afternoon at. .5:30. A very inter
esting meeting is being planned, and
a full attendance is desired. Some for
eign curios will be shown.
Cothran sold on Tuesday, August
the hth, A. 1)., one thousand ninc aun
drted and e 'rhteen. (3,477 . 'unds of
tobacco f~, $2:3.737.23. This gigantic
sale avera. d, floor sera]; and all, the
neat sum of $:37.-l0. We do not think
the state can beat this average for
so many pounds of tobacco. There
must have been at least. seven oi
eight thousand pounds of scrap that
brought from ten dollars ip. We
sometimes lead while others follow,
and wonder how ('i thian d:, it.
We feel very gratetfulI to the people
Ii' Clarendon for the way they are
subscribing to The Times.' We have
place d more than 100 new Hanies on
our lists in the past two weeks. Also
we thank our friends who have cotle
in and paid up,. They ,ealizet a good
.paper ano believe inl inid: e it, it.
Chief Hertr:.mi Weinbterir h-ft Sutd.
day night for (h:irleston. where he
entered the navy. Mr. Weinberg had
been chief of the fire department for
nearly a year, and ima; le a1 g2otod one.
The boys escorted hi!. to the train
on the big truck, and b:d it, God
speed on the deep briny vat .r.
The store of A. Nir.a.rr it Sumt
I mHerton] was robbed ilia St Sirlay
night. aitd his el i-. . er o ft'i, .
The fire was extin; uishe'd with lit
<bimage. Mr. il"d ain tie took the
blood hounds ,l~wn Sumiao'v, lut the
'ohbber hatd soaked his !et'i in ker
sene, whicb kept the <:at r!1m trail
FOR SA I.U ' 1,a.: -- r ('illac
Autonobile, 191u model, good rutuning
condiion. 2 tires fair condit ion. 2 first
L;:ss, I n.w . xtra. r'irice $275.01
Phon, write or con.e :au see it.
.\. F. GA U'SE,
.\e h ...C.
.\iotht'i'. hae recogenizedc their own
boy.< in this gre'!at war ~i' n-tr anid
have bieent kntowni to stamId up inm the
aud ience andt cheer him~ on to vit try.
WI: I lAVI: Fl'8I SA L lt tollow
tmt; secondi htand ear- at [bart-aiu
Jirices : Thri ee (ChahI n er- Sixes five
Jptssenlger (tuingt! eatrs; four. ittidge
Brthersi' five patssenlg-'r turtinig <-airs'
(tile l~i(ek four', fivye pasesnlgr t'Iom .
ihg ear'; oneii M\ax w ~l Itourninog tat- (oe
Ah nk iitouring car and one O aklandto
R~oadst er; all in exceptiooally goo
condtitioni, withI electri'i' Iight. and sellf
statrter. See' us ituick: bifore thev :tre(
all ic'ked ove.'.
'To the l':trnts aofit l'ast ime, Theai
fortwo a ys, a tfternooandi uti night
'l'hirtsday andI Frtida~y, AX ugutst 15th
aind li th. We' ask thatt ais numoy as
can to ste this Juiet irie ont 1 h:.ti-s
aifterioun, as you willImdmo ei
atnd wvon't be ats crowdt.& If yo Lii
not see it the, first dayt , be sure to te
next,* as it will be~ a long tim, befort
you will hamve th~e opportunit-/ of st't
mug a plicture oif thlis kJid agidi, as it.
1i. by S('rst . Arittir Guty I-hyp.y, oi:
ol our' own boys whom has been "'Over
TIher'e,"' aind will show you acetualI
scenieis, sich as an attack tot a Ger
manitriench. This pIctu re is giv'en
tip to lie thle gr'eatest of all wamr
dra nmas. TIic ket s will bie an saleI at
Zeigler's P hairmacy, a. id we requeltst
thant ytou purc'(hase sinn bii efiir:I time',
ais we canii only steat '..04) at the time.
AlIso we wish to starte that we wvill
hatvte plenty of fans for alI t) keep~. (cool
See ("rtty in "Godt it N r "'
Tuesday, August 13th
Mercury Climbs to 106 in Haltimorec
TiROPICAL STI0ltM ON GUIF
lIeat Wave I)ue to Low Pressure
Area loving Slowly
Washington, Aug (.--lligh temper
iture records which have marked the
Iimits of heat waves during all tht
perio-l of official observation in the
Northeastern quarter of th United
States were broken to(tay. Washinc
ton adi( Baltimore, by weather tem
Jperature of 106 degrees, a point riot
even approached by the mercury since'
1881, and not reached then. In De
troit, Mich., Hlarrisburg, Penn., and
Toledo, Ohio, with temperature of 104.
new records were established as did
Scranton, Pa.. and Cleveland, Ohto
which each officially reg:sterel 100
These were the findings of the co,
and cloistered instruments in the
weather bureau's minarets. Instru
ments set closer to the baking pave
mnets of city street' everywhere
showed the mercury mounting to
heights officially unbelievable and
impossible. On Pensylvania avenue
in the National Capital one of th'
weather bureau 's own instrumentr
during the day marked 114 degre''.
No rnimediate Relief
Small hope for immiendiate relief for
the Eastern territory was seen tonight
by experts who study the curvintg ma.
li':; and east the daily e!(i:nat ic ho -
;-scope. It was said, however, the heat
should slowly abate during the next
two days over most of thy. area ;i
affected. The hot wa- e Owe.; it.s ex
isttclie, weather burea. officials said,
to an area of le-. barometric. plressuri
which has been moving !angliily :from
west to east across the conti;-n.
stavig .iust a little north of iL -r
nal track and suffering no completion
from other disturbances to the south.
in conse(iuenc-e there has been a great
anl constant, flow of the air (turrk'rnts
ip the continent, frone south re
north, which have gathered the accun
ulated heat. that many days of un.
b)roke'n sunshine has left on the -
Lication of I.ow
T'he low rested t ;'.ight .ho' ne
mutth of th'e St. Lawrencee rive and
was presumably bound to dissipation
over the Athintic, but it' 'atendart air
drift has lost but little of the theremap
contenrt, the ex~perts u1i. Only the
low humidity due to lreelk of rain has
prevented a lare ntui. r of Beat
prostir tI ions.
sald, that a Vest I(1ie- hurriican -m- .
(th-yelojping ailonmg the G.i'- (" :;t,
dluimg some <htitage in IL(uisi'a -u:
'Ie>::is nuih."t caus' s i t o-.rb.
ne to leak the 'o of the N.rth
rn low :,nd ebange' the alirt-f.
blut mn expert opinion the stor- w
two wellk to acceomplish ,be r~esu
M'NNING TO HiAVE NEW
I ahming: will have another t.- :ec
miarehouse next seas on. .Alco-r,. y
G. Satterfield and it B. 'l'Trrei hdve
bought the property olppo itet :'
I warehouse on Church st i t"-, ar wily
erect. a modern btiilding. on i t-f
bot. is 2-Itt by I165 feet, .snl the -are.
house will covet- all t'xceplt the -e
ways.. Both of ths- geuitlemein ar~
(exp;eienced tobacco imen, andm wt no
doubt do a great. deal in nimkn' Man
ning the largest miarket it tht ->ate.
.\lr. Sat terifitlI has - b n hvi'.: to
bacco ont our- inarket for it pm :wt;
seaisonis, and1( will imion hieret the :irst
of the year to taki- l''mronal iIharge
and sutperv is ion of the t'iectioni ,.iS
ware'houist. it- haii beeni buvin for
Lyiggett atiu Alyters on the NothI 'ars
,hniaimket for sev-irat years. th
T'errell is an t'xpu--er'-e warc- isi
manit, andi thie twvo t ont hier wit! - a
grea t aisst to Ii Alainiiu tobim-, -m
Germaiun .Aliniste'r of' Aliariine ft o t
I Ij'p .lobs
iral von Capelle, Geirman iniister ot
mine ii.ill r-esigii shorsly aV icem-'l i
to lierhn di ispatlce tin thps Stttaag
the A ugsbur-g Z/eituny.
Adiraitl von l'aplIt- m-ceedli Ad
irnal von T'iitn'z as.-u-iernmn minister
of marine mi Mar-ch, 1916. 11i4 re
ported res ignatiomn inay haV'e Sme
c'onnec-tion wvith the retfiremiint. of Ad.
m niralI von I lo tz'etndosrff, heath of tht
naval general sta ft, an noune onut Aui
gust 2. Several days be'fore- his an
niouncedI retiremettnt Von I Ioltzyendlorff
had aploized.'( for the failure- of G'er
nimn submarines toi sinki Ameitrican
St't l"att-y ini "Gooid 'Neht Nurst',
Tuesday, August 13th.
See "Over the Top.'