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Surgeon Dentist of McCori
"The trouble that I has
good by the Mitchell people
good any deficiencies in th
send a repair man around
miles to a gallon of gas, bu
quires more gas. I undersi
that they get eighteen (18)
pleased with the car. It is
cantilever springs. My per
mistake in buying a 5 pass
We invite you to ride i
ligation and our salesman N
will leave the selection of a
once ride in the comfortab
the Mitchell fever and a sti
The Mitchell fever is et
A Carload of the 40
the Famous .a
the Top" and
On both days
at the follo
8:00 and 10:0
Take the chil
10 h-p--5 Pass
18 h-p--7 Passe
F. 0. B. Racine. Wis.
afort and Service
fanit? What More S
erpts from a letter written 1
nick, S. C., to a friend, dated
re had, burning out- of genera
I believe they are the best o
i construction of the car, and I
to attend to these troubles. I
t mine is 7 passenger, 50 h. 1
and from friends who own
miles per gallon of gas, and
one of the easiest riding ca
sonal advice to you is that y
enger Mitchell Six. They ar<
ni our easy-going Mitchell. Y<
vill not rul you to death nor
car to your own good judgn
le and easy-going Mitchell u:
ong desire to own one.
isily contracted and difficult t
h-p--5 Passenger Can
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dren out to se
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- - 25 and
M4CLUDING WAR TAX.
tickets befo.-re omin t
hould You Expect!
)y Dr. C. K. Epting,
March 13, 1918:
tor, has been made
all concerns to make
from time to time they
get about sixteen (16)
., and naturally re
they all seem well
rs made, has double
ou would not make a
very simple to run."
)u will be under no ob
pester you to buy. We
1ent But, beware-to
suajiy gives the rider
o shake off.
are in Transit
Manning, S. C.
e this Big
a show. On sale at
Need (lelp to Pass the Crisis Safe.
ly-Proof that Lydia E. Pink
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through the Change
of Life, so I told my
doctor I would try
it. I soon began to
gain in strength
and the annoying
appeared and your Vegetable Ccmpound
has made me a well, strong woman so
I do all my own housework. I cannot
recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
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passin through the Change of Life."
-Mrs.FRANK HENSON, 13168. Orchade
St., Urbana, Ill.
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NOBLY TO RED CROSS
Friendship for American Generously
Expressed in Funds
ALL CLASSES CONTRIBUTE
America First Nation to Solicit Chi
na's Active Participation in
Washington, Aug. 12.-Chinese
sympathy and friendship for the
United States was shown in striking
fashion during the last Red Cross
drive for funds to carry on the or
ganization's relief work in Europe. An
account of the appeal made in China
for aid for the Red Cross was received
today from Julian Arnold, commercial
attache at Shanghai, saying that the
Chinese of all classes "responded
America was the first nation to so
licit the active participation of the
Chines in war relief work.
"We secured a good strong commit
tee of younger Chinese headed by C.
T. Wing, former vice president of the
Chinese Senate," Mr. Arnold said.
"Eight teams were organized under
the team captains, who were American
college graduates. These Chinese
teams worked hard and 25,000 Chinese
were added to the Red Cross member
ship from Shanghai and environs.
"P. K. Che. secretary of the Chinese
World's Students' Confederation, car
ried off the honors for his team for
the larrest number of members se
cured. Chu Chi Chien, former minister
of the interior, piled up 2,000 mem
bers of his credit. Chang Chien, for
mer minister of commerce and agri
culture, added a good number of mem
"There was also a Chinese woman's
team ,headedl by beautiful Chinese
girl gradluates from Americani col..
leges. This team secured over 2,0001
me mbershi ps. Mlany Chinese schools
in Shangha i joined as junior a uxil -
'"A number of large Chiinese comn
panmes joinedl with their entire staffs.
The C'ommiercial Pre'ss, with 3,0001 em
ployes came in 100 per~ cent. One de
partment store, a rrangedl that all its
em'e.loyes receiving 7ess thant $15 a
month should have' 60 per cent of the
memibersh ip fees paid by the firm ,so
that all the members of th is large con -
cern went about with Red (Cross but
tone iduring the dive Ty 1he Shanighai
hot els a !so joined, with everyv waiter,
bell boy and coolies, wearin'g a Red
Cross with prnide.
"Teca pta in of one of the Cinese'
teamns ex pressedi surprised at the gen -
eral response of the poorer classes to
the Red C'ross apeal. It was no uin
comlimon occur zrence to have a cool ie
on the street answer a request to join
with such remarks as:
"'A nmerica has always been the
friend of Chinat. She gave. back to ('hi
no the Boxer iindemnity and did other
th ings to help us. Now' I ama glad to
joim tlie A mierican Red Croes atndl helpi
''A Poior man, receiving wages of
less than $10) a month, sent us fromi
Nmngpo, 100 iniles south of Shanghi'i,
b~y courier Post, not knowing that
China has a miodern postal admniin is
trationi, at it cost of 15 cents for dle
livery and 15 cents for return receipts,
$1.50 for a mnembersh ip in the Rei'
Cross. lie statedl t hat he had heard
his friends tell how frienidly the
[Uni ted State's had been to Chinau and
he wonted to join this gr-ea't societyv.''
Every man, woman and chuikd should
see "Over tha Top.'' It's wonderiful.
IIUINS FOR)IMA LLY ACCEPTl
A merica's Proposal for Conference on
Exchange of Pris~on
Washington, Aug-. 13.-FIormal ac
ceptance by Germany of the Ame.-ican
proposal for a coniference on treat
mient and exchange of prisoners at
erune, Sitzer-land, "the middle of
September," was tran::mittedi to tho
State. Department today th:ough the
Spanish D~epartnment today through
the Spanish foreign office. The Ger
man Government already hadl accept
edi the proposal in principle, and
though no time hrad bene fixed, the
'nited Statos appointed delegates
headed by Minister Garett nt The
There will be 15 Horses
car and our Buyer has
these animals for this i
be a mule or horse her
and we want you to be
and look over this bun<
H. M. THOMAS. Manag
Questi)rs relniing to internedLLYQ& si
la.ue, t: attend the conference. to
Qu .:'.ions relating to interned civil
ians a;o will be di scused. ne
31EN NEEDED IN WAR WORK th
Iransfer of Labor from Non-War st
Work Considered u
Washington, Aug. 11.--Initial calls
for men--for war work are bringing ne
home to the nation the necessity for hi
the trans fer of men engaged in'non. e C
war work to war industry, the De- be
pa rtmient of Labor announced today in re
a st atemient calling attention to the na
A Good I
Must Be Plan
If suaitable early gra
is to be had it is necess
wards mnak ing a pastur'
many peCople neglect p
along in Febrularv they
something that ''will co'n
a matter of fact their
been planted four to six
Now is the Time to
you will have a
And while thinking
should be undlerstood tha
or efficient means of r'a
can be had than a thrifty
Burr Clover an,
are the chief things to
We have the best seeds n2
inter'estedI, telephone or e
and 10 Mules in this
:ountry. There will
e for every purpose
sure and come in
Manning, S. C.
ortage of unskilled labor in fac.
ries fillina war contracts.
Such plants, the statement said, ar,
w short more than 50,000 unskilled
rkers and to meet this situation
e department has authorized inter
ate shipment of men an dthe use of
.ch plants' own recruiting force,
hject to strict control by the ie
rtment's employment service.
All p lants engaged on war work didi
treport their neeris fo)r unskilled
b~or to October 1, when go~vernment
ntrol of uniskil led iabor recruiting.
came! effective .\u.gust 1. They are
ui ito make sch r:-ports; before
zing for next >Spring
airy to begin nlow to
e worth while. Too
[anning ahead and
ar'e clamnoringx for'
le ill (Iuick" whe~n. as
>astur'es should have
over' this matter it
t no more economical
ising hogs and cattle
dI Abruzi Rye
consider at present.
loney can procure. If
all on US for detailed
roc ery Co.