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buy early t
want the b
and Coat Sui
1. That I am a drunkar
2. That I get, or have go
3. That the breach betw
from some other caus
4. That I a mresp~onsible
5. That my DuRant kin
6. That I am fighting ai
7. That 1 am helping an;
8. That I have, or have:
9. That I dlecided a quest
to make them think I
I was trying to do the
1 10. That I threatened to:
in the towvn election.
11. That I am trying to t:
And many more ad na
.I All of the above are be
This is a'nice, cheerful
Senemies are to defeat
] the newspap~ers. The
t . Char
latest styles in
;ting new ar
is line every
lines are full,
ivise you to
his fall if you
ts are here for
- South Carolina
of the Liar i
in the Land
t, a quart of liqiuor a month by
een D. W. Alderman & Sons' Cc
e than the Timber Tax..
for the prlesent autornobile laL
are against mec.
1y other Candidate.
y other Candidate.
btad, a tradec for the Blease vote
ion in favor of the Blease facti<
was for Blease, 01' for a?ny othe]
fair and right thing.
Foreclose a mortgage on a negre
ax timber in the hands; of the lau
ing told andl they are all lies.
campaign. It. all shows how des
me. They slip around secretly
y must think the Clarendon Col
'I desire to announce to rhy many
Patrons that my line of
Fall and Winter
is complete. I will have no formal
Opening this season, but will have
always a Complete Stock of the very
Latest Creations throughout the en
My Milliner has arrived and we
noW await your inspection of this
Mis Fallui Weaver
H. D. DUBROW'S STORE.
CARDS O THANKS
SN. wv Zion, Aug. 30th, It
Eann Qal atle Voting Precincts:
I take t -s method to extend t
s Heard i County:
you for the votes you save me i
gtoecmontroll hote Iote
Ni w Zin Mu. W0th,1l2
Tlo the Voters of Nlaendon, Mo
I take ti s method to etan t
mythAssn g ou tha cplie
mpa ndme ~ vot youh gae amtercn
mary. P . M.I.:
Tort 'h Deorat ea Spt.r of--]
W.. en ofunty:, a.
kileentopriay eetiJhon; vIatol
her voe s a inselectd. ..u
Ste. ofic a d sydlighty
i'the oteIiot. T eslirby
friendss twanloa' o iutnTesy , ilse
that ber 1thland vo e oie
Is shard aay the gratleu, o in
the kipdrtyou cavefo me.
Re s feeacheu dy,
to conrol hi vot tae th i ed o th nk yt e
7. th' ksuineyou th I onecep
1(1 O~nel's. M Ynnin opleadoseti
M .\ L IER Loan1~. MEondT'
FortnWit, aexa, shept loin
n. G.nuryeen, 1:" Cahonae
kiredty reiee Ban beniated
where he was m ~an s n PilsruIts ur
Inty peole are asl- th ih a endet. hed pla
dtrhel offi all mylightly.
sad The ur Ioa''Kidneyshul Reiv
.ave aning so eopime Reommenlas
a dIa oanly to idneae Pi o
Th sant s tml ~kfriiny ofebusy
ie aro they kdnreymendin
Pyeas ,at altlaes
Then' kidney Plls-trhelp.m
S~ o ga hac ote r chedayri
noy Pils. ufao N.Y
United States Sent to Allies
CREDIT DUE TO WOMEN.
Allies Got 844,600,00(0 Pounds More i
Meat and Fats in 1917-18
Than in Year Before.
* *1' ******
* A1MIRICAN FOOL) SIlI1'MENTS - o
* TO AlIlES * t
* -* n
* DIiEAT. * t
* 1110.17........ 2.100,000 Ibs. *
* 1917-15......... 3,0 1,100,000 his. *
* -------- * '
* Increase. 84i,600,000 Lbs. * "
* * 1
* Ci'ilm.\I.S. * t
* 1916-17...........2.'tI.00,000 . * \
* 1!17-1-...........3i0.s'00,000 biu. *
* - - *1
* Increa se .. . (i.I00,0(00 lu. *
In spite of a subnormal food supply t
in this country the American Ieopl v
have been able to ship to the Allies
as well as our own forces ove(rsons
141,000,000 bushels of wheat. lesi'les
844,000,000 pounds of meat, during the
year ending June 30 last. This has I
been made possible by the whole
souled co-operation of the people, +
who, besides practicing self-denial, t
have speeded up1) production and re
sponded nobly to the appeal from 1
Food Administrator Hoover, In a
letter to President Wilson, gives a of
brief summary of the results of food
conservation in the United States and o
of the activities of the Food Admiin
Istration to this end. The conserva- r1
Lion measures have been put through I
practically on a voluntary basis which
is regarded as a splendid tribute to
the patriot ism of the American people. e
Meat shipments were increased 8-14, f
000,000 pounds during the first fiscal
year, as compared with our meat ex
ports during the year before America t
entered the war. t
"The total value of these food ship.
ments," Mr. Hoover wrote President
Wilson, "which were in the main pur- a
chased through or with collaboration ,
of the Food Administration, amount v
to, roundly, $1,400,000,000 during the Il
In 1116-17 the United 5tates sent
the Allies 2,100,500,000 pounds of
meat. In 11117-18, with voluntary con
servation practiced in America, and t
aided by extra weight of animals, we
sent the Allies 2.011,100,000 pounds of
18. meat, an increase of 8-14.0(t.000 (
you Wheat Saving Enormous.
ntary WV hen the Food Administration be
pri- gan operations in the sumnutr of 1917,
S. this country was facing a la,-e( deficit
'n in wheat. Counting in all carcy-o e _
wheat from the 1916 crop, we lied at
iin the beginning of the 11)17 harvest year
n the just enough wheat to take care of
teked America's normal consutmptioni,--not a
hutshlel (if surplus.
(ivedl At the close of the 1917-18 harvesut
Wihyear the Foodm Adinist ration's o11helal
aI i15 repoirts sho~wed thut our total wheat
te;- shilpient s to t he (ither side hamd bieen
'141 ,000,000) bus~hels. Every butshiel
u for sippited was whea0t Isaived by Ithe
AmNierican iipeople fromi the ir normal111
-.il In (ereals alnd cereal prodicts re
duced to terms oft cereal b~ushels our
iy shipmnents to Allhed destlinaltIs were
yormore thaiin tie a ifouint sen4 in 19 It; 17.
Inicl udedi in these iiguiren are 1.),
000 bushels (if rye and theli ii 1.11.00
'. huishets of saved wheat . Ini 3ddiition
we R(enit the nieutral1 s dlepiendent on usi ,
w'as "'ITiese figurecs doi not fu liy convey i
jeldi, the volutime oif thle effort and saitfiice
. a nde during the 13ast y( ir hi* thle
felwhole Amiierleain peopie," thei Ih.-'I Ad
mninist rat or wrotel. "I ami surce that
njnall the iniillIionms of our1 lpeopjle. aigriul
turnl as wtell as uirbani who. have 'oin
t ribiuted to these results shl~ d feel
a very definite sa tisfactii o ha in aii
year oif universal food shortages in
iiel-p. the Noirthierni lotmisphiere, all uf those
peopile JoIned t oget her ag~ainlst (Ger
mnany cane thlrough, to (lhe new haiir
vest, not only ithl healthi and strei- h
late1. fuil'ullynintuittied, butt witht oinly bilm
porairy peoriodls of hiard'ip.
"It is dIflieult to dlistliguish, be
day tweenJ vairlis sectionis of our peoupe-t
the homes, litile~ eaiting iues, food
ti. traile, urbni oi aigricuilturnal popua
K0~- tIons --in atssessing (redlit for t hese
result R, but no0 oIne will deniiy Ithe dom.
m-inant part (if (lie American women.
Late- SUGAR SHORTAGE HITS
been SPAIN AND PORTUGAL
tidn't in Spain and Portugal sugar' prIices
IKid- are soarIng. Both coutntries hatve been
won seriously affeted by the shiort beet
sugar crop In Europe and the( Inck of
ogan oca tonnage to rnove stocks of cane
pils sugar isohited in far awaiy ports5.
edl. J Gritnulatted seuga r, howce grown. was .
since being sold in Barcelona. S pain, during
igain the early sunmmer at 1t9 cntIs a potund.
The price of brown sugar in lIishion,
-get Piortuigal, fixed by governmlental order,
LDon't was $1.04 to $1.12 a pound.
tat By comparison the prIce of beet
LN ORDINANCE REQUIRING ALL,
ABLE-BODIED MALE PERSONS
BETWEEN THE AGES OF 18
AND 50 YEARS INCLUSIVE TO
BE REGULARLY OR CONTINU.
ALLY ENGAGED IN SOME LAW
FUL AND RECOGNIZIED BUSI.
NESS, PROFESSION OCCUPA.
TION OR EMPLOYMENT DUR.
ING TILE PRESENT WAR IN
WHICH THE UNITED STATES
IS NOW ENGAGED AND PRO
VIDING FOR LABOR IDENTIF.
BE IT ORIAINED, by t;;e Ma'or
nd, A Idermen of the City of Manni:rg,
C., in Council Assembled:
Section 1. It is hereby leclatredj '0
e the duty of every aale-bodied Iraale
esident of the city of Manning, S.
etween the ages of 18 and 50 ye.rs
lelusive, to be habitually and 'reu
trly ertgaged in some lawful, useful
nd 'ecOnlized b1siness, profession,
CCUpatiol, trade or ('(11ployllelt fromt
10 late of the passage of this ordi
ance, and thence forward until the.
'rinuation of the present war .n
'hich the United States is entaul,
ntd any able-bodied male resident of
1s city be tween the ages afotre'Md,
ho shall refuse to he so0 employed
r at least five (5) days, or f:"tv
hours per week, shall he de'pt~'i
.ilty of an offense, and upon .In.
ietion thereof shall be punishdi ,s
ereinafter prov,' ided. In no rase -all
ie possession by the accused of n -r
Y 1)101'eity or income sufficient t.f
uppolrt himself. and those regula:-ty
(pendent upon himt, he a defenls;. to
ny Iroe('cutiont tinder this ordinance.
And im no case shall the cla iml) he
be neused of his inability to oht:a im
ork or employlielt he It l'efens- to
pros'ecutionl he reunder, provi~ed,
owever, that this orlinance shall mot
p11ly to hot tide student.Brin drin
chuol term, nor to persons fittong
bemsltelves to eng"ague in) trade or n
For the purpose (of this ordlito .ve,
v matle irson as aforesaii four' Il
is (t\, shall be deemed a resid1'1tL,
nd mn any prosecullonl hereud ter"
rouo' that. te accusecd habitually i
r's on the streets, alleys, roads, .
ots, pool-rooms, hotels, storey .a
ther places, shall be prinm facitie i.
once of the failure or refusal of tch
erson to comply with the prouv:Vmon
f th's ordinance.
Section 2. That the City of Man
ing, S. C., shall provide' and have
rinlted babor identification c'ards,
'hich shall be furnished to emplevtrs
r employees when called for by them
he employees shall keep such cards
n their person, and exhibit then. :it.
IV time, to atly policeman of s~ad
ity, who may desire to inspect saild
i'ds. Any employee who shall forge
le name of an employer on said iden
ification card, shall upon conviction
+' punished as hereinafter provi ded.
Section :i. Any person or persons
io It in1! anly of the' provisions, of -this
rdinanceo, or aiding or assistins: in
ny such violation, shall upon .-on
i'tion ill the City Court, he punished
y a fine of not less than $25.O0. nor
ore than $1(10.00, or by impr 'iIt1
wtnt for not less than I) days. mld
or not more than 3i0 (lays for (e' ry
Section 41. That this ordinance ilatd
ake e(ftect imlle 11d ia tely upont its IatI
DONE AND RATIFIED IN COQN
II, Assembled this 29th day of A'tg
st, A. 1)., 1918.
T. F. COFFFE r'
E. H. BROWN,
('it; Clerkh at! Tr1"e.. :oerer.
H_ OW'S TllS
e ot'tter Oine Hundred Dollar- e
.r anty cases of Catart'rh Mat
'-11t he' cured bv Hall's ('at '-rh
atken) by cat arrh suff'tetrers' fo" ihe
edy for t Ct atarrh. IIl~all ' Ca..rr
leicine ats thru'i the Ulood I the
loc t surfa is, ('xpleIlmtlt the (oi
onl tfrotm t he Bltood and14 healimc 'he
.1i a'tl Ied ior tit'ans. 'Ittd re i
f 'ltarr th edi'ne for' a shttiml ai e o
Sill se a1 great'mprovemt sn your
:nrlfealthSart aigrd 's
1.0 catarh. S .ndfo tesimonls. lfree,
F. .I. ClrEN CO, Mard((Tsoldos Ot I :
.atttANlTt &t EillB
Aff~ 4,orlnre Hatt & l''a-t,~
.MANNIN, . S .
. O )ANrty N . l', Mi'.\r i, os
P'I)Y & ()'HIWYAN,
.IANNlNf;. S. C .
Attorney at L~a,
flie O erloe nk ATrutt"
M1ANNING, S. ( .
n ist-Class Over FWiel (ortae
At toresa w
M ANNING, S. C.