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At this Time wh
and where to
there. are se'
in these times of sca
andise of good quality
in the fact of selling ,
Quality, second to nc
The styles we are sh<
Coat Suits and Dress<
Color, Design. Ma4er
We have New, Fresh
to us from New YorI
lIn these times of high
it to yourself to seek
has a reputation for I.
should lead you to
For the past six years a
standard of the Lowest
These are very goodl r
should look to THE 1
forlyour nex Suit. Co
if you get it fr4
BUY ,WAR SAVIfS
Next to P. 0.
S TO -M
get them, AL
rcity in Merch- befa
we take pride Eur
'Merchandise of "se
one in South the
)wing in Suits. Ptci
;s are NEW. in and
ial and finish. s"'t
L almost every ly
prices you owe '
the store that n
.oW Prices. andI o
e've maintained a 'e
price possible for Jirce
easons why you vl
VR ECK STOR E li
at or Dress. 'i
~$I2.50 to $75.00 C
$ 7.50 to $69.00 "'
$ 5.00 to $49.50 r
$ 1.00 to $ 8.00 pa
regret it," ''
6 STAMPS a
ter Being Relieved of Or.
anic Trouble by Lydia E.
regon, Ill.-" I took Lydia E. Pink
s's Vegetable Compound for an or
ganic trouble which
pulled me down un
til I could not tut my
foot to the dioor and
could searcely do my
work, and as I live
on a small farm and
raise six hundred
chickens every year
it made it very hard
I saw the Com
pound advertised in
our paper, and tried
it. It has restored
health so I can do all my work and
n so grateful that I am recommend
it to my friends."-- Mrs. D. M.
PERs, R. R. 4, Oregon, Ill.
nlywomen who have suffered the tor
as of such troubles and have dragged
ig from day to day can realize the
ef which this famous root and herb
redy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
npound, brought to Mrs. Alters.
lomen everywhere in Mrs. Alters'
dition should profit by her recom
idation, and if there are any com
ations write Lydia E. Pinkham's
licine Co., Lynn, Mass., for advice.
result of their 40 years experience
t your service.
IINES AIMS Of
hs, Slavs and Poles State Case to
.;PHOLD AMERICA IN WAR
Ltion of New Central Body Agreed
Upon at Coniferences in
ashintgton, Sent. .--kepresenta
of the Czecho-Slovaks, the Jugo
's an the Poles at conferences
Nashington during the past two
ks, have agreed upon a program
dims of the oppressed peoples in
tria-Hungary which has been laid
.re President Wilson. Creation of
ew central body of the central
opean groups which will protect
interests of -all of them was fore
in the announcement today of
result of the conferences.
irticipating in the meetings were
P. T. E. Masaryk, president of the
:ho-Slovak nationni council, which
been recognized by the Entente
ers with the supreme body of the
ho-Slovaks, Ignace J. Paderew
of the Polish national commit
Ramon Dmoski, president of the
sh national committee at Paris,
)r. II. IHinkovitch. of the .ugo
council, as well as other repre
atives of three groups.
resident Wilson was assured that
only had the oppressed national
within Austria-lungary several
reached agreements for the for
ding of their own national aims
also had agreed to uphold the
ilent and the American people
'inning the war.
.VET BEANS SOLVE
SO;TiH'S FEEl) 'ROBLEM
he feed question is being solved in
iy parts of the South by abundam.
Is of velvet beans wvhich were
n on a large acreage this year.
ng to the increased aereage in
rgia. that State aione could take
of 50,000 to 1 00,000 headI of cat -
from States where forage is
ee, according to a report recently
ived by the Bureau of Crop Esti
c's. Large qua ntit ies of last year's
et beans also remain on hand and
heinrg used ex tenisively in feed
da irv cattle. In tests conductedr
he Unoitedl States )epartmient of'
icrultu re on the Govern ment farrms
3eltsville, Md., it was found that
(t beans compare favorably wvith
on-seed mecal, prolucemg profit 'b I"
s when the beans are thre sole con
rate of the ratio; that a combina
of (orn silage and velvet beans
is a sat isfactory ration for fatten -
ste(ers for market; thait it is more
itaible to feed soaked beans than
s to grind them; and that more
is will be eaten it soaked before
are fed than if they are fed dry.
ERS' I'AMIIIES SAVE WIIEATl
St. I ouis ('ounty, Miinn., where
ii 9(0fE pertiet of thie popuitlat ion are'&
ign born , or' have fore ign-boirin
nts, the counoty homie demionist ra;
iivirnt of the Uirtedc States I ec
mernt of A griculItunre anrd the Stat.
ieul tral College has hiel ped the
en attack some of their briggest
dem is. A three months' caminpa ign
theat sarving in six towns in thliis
ing sect ion result eel ini r'eaching
0 families and saving 62 tons of
o'ffe'r One H undred D~ollars Re
r any case of Catarrrh that
at. be cured by Hall's Catarrh
lic ine .
all's Cata rrh Med icine has been
'n b~y catarrh surfferers for the
L irty-five years, aind has be
e ,snown as the most reliable
edy for Catarrh. Hall's Cratarrh
l icine acts thr'u the Blood on the
-ouis surfaces, expe(llinig the Poi
from the BloodI and heal ing the
fter you hanve taken Hall's Ca
'h Medicine for a short time yon
se a great improvement in your
e~ral health. Start taking Hall's
rrh Medicine at once and get ridl
atarrh. Send for testimonials, free.
. J. CHJENEY CO., Toledo, Ohio.
aI, b alln nrugis, 75r
wheat flour by the use of substitutes,
in spite of the fact that opposition
was met at first from the Austrians The
and Finns, who sad considered the use
of white bread a mark of independence
and prosperity. Figures collected dur- Fo
ing a recent child-welfare campaign ney
in the county proved that, owing to ills,
improper diet, a large majority of the of re
children were subnormal in height and ning
weight. Fifteen hundred of these have ning
promised the agent to drink a pint of Mang
milk a day, or to "howl till they get the I
it." In August a two-day canning for i
school was held in each town in the run t
"Iron Range", at which selected lead- fatal
ers received special training which en- proo
abled them to pass on the instruction Mi
to the women in their communities. says
SLACK ERS SHOT BY POSSE rible
-- ed n
One Brother Killed, the Other Seri- my r
ously Wounded tired
Chattanooga, Tenn., Sept. 22.-Jon- Doan
as Skiles is dead and his brother, Hen. at A
ry. probably fatally wounded as a re- ly sa
stilt of a raid by Sheriff Bob Bass and of gC
a posse on the rendezvous of a gang P
of slackers in the wilds of Signal simp
mountain this afternoon. For some Doar
time reports have reached the sheriff Mrs.
that draft slackers were in hiding in Mfgi
the mountains. Accompanied by sev
eral deputies, the sheriff made a des- A
cent on their lair. The Skiles boys
were encountered by the posse and Sixty
ordered to halt.
Failing to heed the command of the
officers, who were armed with riot Co:
guns, the two men were riddled with ficer
buckshot. John Skiles, after being --
shot, fell from a cliff, breaking his
neck and smashing his skull. Henry
Skiles' body was perforated with shot
and he was brought to the city and
taken to a hospital, where, it is said,
he is in a serious condition.
WIL . RECEIVE REFUGEES
Finland Affords Harbor for Persecut
IHeisingfors. Finland, Sept. 22, Via
Copenhagen-"In view of the Condi
tion of anarchy and murder at Pet
rogra'l and the defenseless situation
of a great part of the population,"
says an official statement issued herd.
"Finland's government feels that on
purely humanitarian grounds it can
not refuse to permit Russian, English,
American and Ilian refugees t.)
come to Finland."
The Finnish Government, however,
the statement says, is compelled by
the scarcity of provisions to beg the
three Scandinavian countries-Nor
way, Sweden and Denmark-to help
in harboring a portion of the refugees.
London, Sept. 22.-It is understood
in official circles here that arrange
ments are progressing for the mutual
repatriation of British subjects in
Russia and Russians in Great Britain.
Information is said to have been re
ceived from M. Tcherin, the Russian
foreign minister, which leads to the
belief that British subjects will be
gotten out of Russia safely.
This is a d
I and it will
that we er
one of the1
I We are Op(
NO DIFFERENCE of
Proof Is Here the Same As
r those who seek relief from kid
backache weak kidneys, bladder fr(
Doan's kidney Pills offer hope la
lief, and the proof is here in Man- ad
the same as everywhere. Man- an
people have used Doan's and
rung people recommend Doan's an
cidney remedy used in America St<
fifty years. Why suffer? Why
he risk of dangerous kidney ills- l
Bright's disease. Here's Manning nu
. Investigate it. cee
s. C. M. Taylor, S. Boundry St. ica
"About a year ago I was trou- rirl
with kidney complaint. I had ter- no
backache and headaches bother
e. Nervous spells upset me and
serves were just a wreck. I felt
and languid and I suffered with
spells. Finally I heard about Mai
'q Kidney Pills and bought some
rant's Drug Store. I can certain
y Doan's did me a wonderful lot
od and quickly relieved me." in(
ice 60c at all dealers. Don't Te
ly ask for a kidney remedy-get Oc
's Kidney Pills-the same that _
Taylor had. 'Foster-Milburn Co.,
's., Buffalo, N. Y.
NIERICAN STEAMER SUNK hea
-four of Torpedoed Buena Ven- GR
tura's Crew Missing por
runs, Spain, Sept. 22.-Three cf- hr
and twenty-seven of the crew in r
Nothing but the very
our prescriptions, and the,
the way your physician sa
and a full and col
A MODERN SOD
We keep a Fu
Below Bank of Manning.
BUY WAR SAVIr
[andy lot of
pay you to c<
mn satisfy y
e right price
mn all the tirr
Reardon's Blacksmith S
MANIN, . C
the American steamer Buena Ven
a have arrived here. The vessel was
).doed last Monday. Three boat,
h sixty-four, of -the crew, are nies
Che Buena Ventura was prccocdirig .
m Bordeaux, where sho had un,
led a cargo of petroleum from Phil
l belonged to the UiTB..-fibNn
rhe vessel was of 4,881 gross tons
i belonged to the United States
el Products Company.
1adrid, Sept. 22.-Official anounce -
nt was made today that the offi..
s and men of the crew of an Amer
n vessel, sunk oy a German subma
e, had arrived, at Coruna, on the
rtnwest coast of Spain.
JAPANESE CABINET QUITS
nisters Had Held Office Since Oc
[okio, Sept. 22.-The Japanese cab
t, headed by Field Marshal Count
rauchi, which had held office since
tober, 1916, resigned today.
No Worms in a Healthy Child
il children troubled with worms have an un
ithy color, which indicates poor blood, and as a
there is more or less stomach disturbance.
)VE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly
two or three weeks will enrich the blood, im
ve the digestion, and act as s General Strength
g Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
)w off or dispel the worms, and the Child will be
erfect health. Pleasant to take. We per bottle.
best materials go into.
V are compounded just
nplete line of
11 Line of
)S and CANDIES.
Manning, S. C.
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