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I I. APPEIT.
11. M. SHOPE ....
MANNING, S C., 0
It looks as if Austria wot
separate pieces by the Allies' 1
The young man and the t
are for the pr1esent only fond r
Tlhe cost of the 2,000,000
gasless SundIays prIobably wenl
poor government ruling whici
If we cannot eat turkey<
least give thanks for the vict<
It looks as if after the wa
have an ex-kaiser and six 1)1
There should be nio dlifficultyi
however. Indl~ustrial and agri
TIhe health dlepartments
us to "swat the fly,"' and it is
Woman may not have 01b
dtill ent1.it.led to her old--timeIO p
TheU two~ miost plalhr wOO
"unfcond (it ionva al urr'ender."'
"Peace" is a niounv that we
but we are very particular th
adjectives in agreement with i
a "lasting'' pea(ce, or we will h
The saying "'few dlie and~ I
in Germany. Many are (lying;
seems to be the favorite occup)i
The word of Germany is
bond. And the holders of Ge
feeling much anxiety about th
Draw your own inference as to
15th is the la
rnber 20th is I
n save you time and mor
little things to cnntribui
put off buying these thir
France. you know.
ve the most beautiful lin
>ur attention to our Toil
/ill be sure to delight th
CASES. PURSES. STAT
that you'll be delighted %
will make hii
e all, obey t
----------------- Business Manager
CTOBER 30, 1918
ild be neatly carved up into
wo-pound box of chocolates
nemnories in a girl's life.
gallons of gasoline saved by
t into Liberty bonds. It is a
won't wor'k both ways.
m Thanksgiving we can at
>ry over Turkey.
r' the German nation would
inces royal on its hands.
a providing for their living,
cultural workers will be in
have just ceasedl diriect intg
prectty hard to immediately
at the flu."
taiinedl the vote, but she is
rivilege, the last word.
'd in~ America just now are
are all much attractedl to,
at it should have the right
.It must be a "just" peace,
aive none of it.
ione resign'' (1oes not applly
it the front and resignation
ition in of ficial circles.
eertainly not as good as its
rmani bonds are said to be
e value of their investment.
> what the word is worth.
st day on whi
he last day to
ey if you come here to b
to to his delight and comil
igs, but get yours today,
e of Holiday Goods this y
et Sets for Ladies. We h
e ladies. Also a careful
ION ER' and many Novel
the Boy in ti
n feel mighty
The destiny of German
other. She will certainly be
The Germans have e
(Chemin des Dames). It m
present, but it is an excellen
Spain might have kept I
haps she would have been le
she would have been far kinc
It is statedl that at th4
women of America were ca
.,teel in their cor'sets. Coul
.\LL SAVE FOUR RESCUED
.\merican Steamer Lucia Was Tor
p~edoed October 19
Washington, Oct. 27.-All except
four of the crew of the A merican
steamer L ucia, torped1oedl and sunk
I ,i2 miles at sea, October 19, are re
ported to have been rescued, the Navy
[Depa rtment announceud tonight. Four
men were killedl by the explosion of
Th ird Engineer Officer D). .Min-i
Mloynihan, St. I lelena, Mo.
Cadet Engineer M. IB. Gayner, 265
L ocust st reet, Kansas City, Mo.
Oiler E. C. Young, 9413 WVest Fay
ette street, Balt imore, Md.
Water lender James Kenny, Naug
Tlhe department's announcement
sidn Vice Admiral Sims hadl reportedl
that he had re(civedl a message from
an A nmerican naval vessel sa ying it
had eighty-six survivors from the
I ueia aboard. It is understood that
there was no one on the vessel except
the crew, which evidently numb~ers
'[he L ucia was equipped with buoy
ancy boxes, designed toi make her uin
sinkable. F'irst news that she had
been sent dlown was received in ma
rine circles in New York andl tonight's
annouancement is t he first b~y the
The st eamner was a cargo-carrier
and had made several trips in the war
zone without inicident.
FLYING wHITE FLAG
Christiania, Oct. 27.--Crews of ves
sels arriving at St. Avanger from
Karmo Island report that several G;er
man submarines, flying a white flag
at their mastheads, passed the island
Saturdlay, b'oundl south, according to
The Morgenbladet. The submarines
are believed to have been returning
home from their bases.
ch boxes can b<
mail boxes to
uy your Gifts for him. W
ort, at prices that won't s
so that he will be sure to c
ear ever shown in Mannir
ave a big lot of things of
ly selected stock of CU1
ties. We only ask that y
ie Camp. A m
y is either one thing or the
in peace or in pieces soon.
racuated the Ladies' Road
ay be no place for a lady at
location for doughboys.
ier influenza to herselfs Per
ss generous in that case, but
beginning of the war the
'rying about 30,000 tons of
:1 this be characterized as a
osT PHONOGRAPH RECORDS
Million or More Wanted for Fighting
New York,_ Oct. 26.-Five hundredl
cities and towns throughout the Uni
ted states started an intensive dIrive
to~day, undier the auspices of the pho
nograph recordls recruiting corps, this
city, to round up a million or more
phonograph recordls to be sent to
American soldiers and sailors in can
tonments here and in service over
In New 'York hundreds of men andi
women prominent in musical and pa
triotic work are devoting their time
to make "canned music week" a cer
The 15,000) music dealers in the U~ni
ted states are cooperating to get the
idle or "slacker records"' out of' their
(lusty cabinets and into the service of
the soldiers. Every music store is a
voluntary receiving station for idle
records, and those sent to the dealersc
will be promptly put into active ser
vice in home campl, on a destroyer or
transport, or at the front in France.
'A musical army, a singing army,
is an ar-my that will preserve its mo
rale and is on the road to victory,''
says Majior Gehn. .1. lFranklin Bell, hon
orary chairman of the national phono
grap~h record recruiting corps, in a
me'ssage to the A meriaen 'people. "'The
man or woman who takes a record
from his or her phonograph library to
gmv for the use of the soldiers gives
somoething that will cheer andl inspire
them. Clean fun and wholesome en
iertairment ritirs a man to the gie';ig
of his best for his country."
Por IndIgestion, Constipation or
Just try one SO-cent bottle of LAX-FOS
WITH PEPSIN. A LiquId DigestIve
Laxative pleasant to take. Made and
recommended to thd public by Paris Medi
cine Co., manufacturers of Laxative Bromo
Qunine and Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic.
mailed for Sa
Lads in the 'I
e bought in our Holiday
train your pocketbook ei1
et it. Takes a long tim
ig and we especially wan
this kind in beautiful IV
7 GLASS. STERLING SIL
ou inspect these goods.
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Eight (8) Lots in the
Manning, near A.
pot. Price, each --
One Lot in Manning, n
L. Depot. One-Eig
with good house.
One Lot in Manning, rn
L. Depot. contain
than Three (3) Acr<
You can get good t
16 per. ceni
32 per cen
We have close prices or
save you money. Be s
Ing, S. C.
C. L. De
---- -- --- $ 175.00
sar A. C.
Price. -$ 350.00
sar A. C.
as. Price $ 500.00
arms on any or all of
f IDEM AN,
Manningj, S. C.
i these goodis, and can
uere to see Ls before