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MANNING, S. C.
UY WAR SAVINGS STAMP
RULES IN GERMANY
.Chancellor Ebert Asks People to Sup
GOVERNMENT BY PEOPLE
To Prevent Civil War and Famine;
Bring Peace as Quickly
Washington, Nov. 10. -Frederich
Ebert, upon assuming office yes
terday as chancellor, issued a proc
lamation announcing the new gov
ernment at Berlin had taken charge of
business to prevent civil war and fam
ine. In a manifesto adressed to the
"citizens" of Germany. the chancellor
said he was going to form a people's
government to bring about peac 3 "as
quickly as possible," and to conform
the liberty which the government ha3
The texts of the proclamation and
the manifesto were sent out by the
German wireless station at Nauen and'
picked up today by naval radio sta
tions in this country. In making them
public the State Department said it
would not vouch for the accuracy of
the facts presented.
The proclamtion said:
"The new government has taken
charge of business in order to pre
serve German people from civil war
and famine and in order to enforce
its just claims of self-determination.
This task, I can only accomplish if all
authorities in all civil offices in towns
in landed districts lend to it helpful
"I know it will be hard for many to
coperate with the new men who now
have b lead business of the empire
But I appeal to their love for our
people. If organization of public life
stops in this serious hour, then Ger
many would be prey of anarchy and
most terrible misery. Therefore, lend
together with me your help to our
country by continuing work in fear=
less and unrelenting manner, every
body ii his position until the hour
has come to relieve us of our duty."
To Form Government
The text of the manifests, follows:
"Citizens: Former Chancellor
Prince Max, of Baden, with assent of
all the secretaries, has charged me to
carry on the business of chancellor.
"I am going to form a new govern
ment, with parties and shall report
within brief delay about result to the
public. New Government will be g.ov
ernment of the people. Its endeavo:
must be to bring to peoplc peace as
quickly as possible and to confirm lib
erty which it has gained.
"Citizens: I ask for the assistance
of you all in heavy tasks which await
us. You know how seriously war
threatens a provisionment of people
which is first condition of political
life. Political revolution ought not to
disturb a provisionment of land dis
tricts nor to disturb production of
food nor its transportation into towns,
but to foster it. Scarcity of food
have the right
ur interest to
Are Here Told the
for Their Tr
Freemont, O.-" I was passin
period of life, being forty-six ye
the symptoms incident to that
nervousness, and was in a goner,
so it was hard for me to do my'
ham's Vegetable Compound was
the best remedy for my troubles,
to be. I feel better and stroni
taking it, and the annoying s
peared."-Mrs. M. GODDEN, 925 2
North Haven, Conn.-"Lydia
ble Compound restored my healt
had failed when passing througl
is nothing like it to overcome t
-Mrs. FLOBENCE IBELLM., Box 19
Grove's 'Tnateless chill Tonic
restores vitality and energy by purifying and en- 1
riching the blood. You can soon feel its Strengt h-I
ening. Invigorating Effect. Price 60c.
means looting and plundering, with
misery for all. The poorest would suf
fer in the most heavy fashion. Work- I
ingmen in industries would be hit
most severely. Whosoever takes away
food or other objects of necessity or 3
means of transportation necessary for }
their distribution commits heaviest sin c
"Citizens: I urge you all leave
streets and provide for quiet and or- c
When you're lost in the wild, and
you're scared r.s a child,
And Death looks you bang in the eye;
an dyou're sure as a boil, it's ac
cording to Hoyle
To cock your revolver an'l -die.
But the cod'. of a man says "Fight
all you can,"
And self-dissolution is barred.
In hunger and woe, it's easy to blow
It's the hell-served-for-breakfast
You're sick of the game? Well, now,
that's a shame.
You're young and you're brave and
You've had a raw deal I know-but 4
Buck up-do your damndest and fight.
It's the plugging away that will win
So don't be a piker, Oh( P"rd!
.ust draw on your grit, 'tis so easy
It's the keeping your chin up that's
It'z; easy to cry that you're beaten-.
I'eayto crawvfish and crawl; 4
But to fight and to fight when hope's
cut of sight.
Why, that': the best game of them~
And though you come out of each
All br oken and be::ten anKd :rearredt,
Just have one m~or~e try-it 's de-a'
It's the keeping-on-living that's hard.
Sgt. Hi. A. Wenmige,
Evacuation H ospital No. 10,
Amer(1ican Expledlit ionairy F~orces,
CITlIES JOIN REVOLUTIHON
Leipzic, St utt gart, Cologne and
Frankfort in, Line
London, Nov. 10.-Leipzic, the 4
largest city in Saxony; Stuttgart, the
capital of Wurttembherg and( Cologne
nnd Franikfort ha:ve joied bhe revolua
io, accord ing to reports from th
the Copenhagen correspondent of the
Exchange Tlelegra ph Company.
TIhe soldiers councils at Stuttgart,
Cologne andit FraniikfCot have decided
to proclaimi a repulic.
(olunmbiai lispitacl, Columibia, S. C..
Nov. 1, -Owing to the great demand
f jor nurs .s, due to the war, the Colum
hia llospitacl, of Columbia, S. ( ., hmas
made(1 provaih '. for fifi hit .(1'iona(l10
Th'Io Columbhia I Itspial ir, equipped
to offer a tho)rough~l cou(rse fC t rainin
in all bra nches of nursing and has an
GOD TO THATDO
g through the critical -
ars of age and had all - -
hange - heat flashes,
%1 run down condition,
vork. Lydia E. Pink- -
recommended to me as
which it surely proved
rer in every way since
ymptoms have disap
lapoleon St., Fremont,
E. Plnkham's Vegeta
h after everything else
i change of life. There
he trying symptoms."
7, North Haven, Conn.
i Suh Cases
st W ? ff?a' A
bl staff of instructors. The young
adies are instructed in s.veral stud
es by the Directress of Nurses who
tas charge ofthe Training Schocl.
A graduate dietitian is in charge of
he kitchen and teaches both practica
m:l theoretical dictition. There is an
penig for one pupi' lietition who is
Domestic Scier' 'natt.
Any young lac i 'oral char
cter, between - , 19 and 30
'ears, and who had 'east one
ear n the high -._ eligible to
titer the nurses training school. Any
ourg lady of thi- community who de
ir:'s to take up the noble profession
f nursing would do well to write the
)irectress of Nurses, Columbia, Hios
i'.l, Columbia S. C. for --pplication
lank: and full information.
We have just
an an fill any order.
etanice Southern dri
car to feed andl they xwil
the size and quality andl
L move. Our stock Har'n
gies and Wagons you ux
invite your' inspection h
stuldied1 the need1s of omi
of years, and wxe feel v
suit our customers in
W,1e g.ive spec('inal attention t<
IECT"' Red Cedar Sh ingles;pr
mistake in ordering "TI'lI'E 0
miers guarnteedi by our name, I
tation. Write us NOW.
AM MEDICINE CO. LYNN.MASS.
PINCESS IIEINRICI SHOT
Was Fired on While Fleeing From
Copenhagen, Nkov. 10.--According
to a frontier message, Pri.vcess Hein
rich, wife of the grandson of Ludwig
111, of Bavaria, was wounded in the
-arm when fired upon as she was flee
ing from Munich. She and her hus
hand are now hiding in Southern Ba
varia, with Princess Adelheid, wife of
Prince Adalbert, Emperor William's
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
destroys the malarial germs which are transrnitte
to the blood by the Malaria Mosquito. Price 60c.
received a car
In this lot we have a few
vers. We dlidn't buy this
1 not stay long. We have
our prices will make them
asS, Mowers, Rakes, Bug
ill find complete, andi we
efore you b~uy. We have
(uSt omers for a number
:e nnW have any thing to
all orders for "T'lIl'TOlOL S
mopt shipment. Y~ou will make no0
D) SELEC'XIs". Satisfied Custo
y inspection, b~y advertised r'epu
on. S. C.