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This is the. most complete, up-to-dat
brand new merchandise ever brought
neither pains nor expense to place befc
at attractive prices, and whether you 1
priced article, we have it, but in every
of the price.
A most excellent assortment of all si
SUITS and COATS-Bolivia, Tricol
Poplin, $19.75 and up.
DRESSES-Serges, Tricotine, Duvy
back Satin, Crepe de Chine and Crepe 1
SKIRTS-Plaids and Plain-Accorc
$6.75 and up.
PETTICOATS-..Jersey, Satin, Cha
FURS-A beautful line, wormens
childrens, $7.50 and up.
Remember, we have Dresses, Coats
A complete line of Brassieres, Gossa
lin and Silk Underwear, Hand Bags, ct<
For the baby, a nice assortment of ]
Mrs. W. B. Wall has just returned f
kets, where she bought the best stock o
the State. While there she engaged M
You will find here hats of style, qua]
and up; KNICKERBOCKER Hats $E
For children we have "Lids for Kids
School days are nearly here and the n1
to clothes for the young folks. We ci
complete stock of clothes, shoes'antl ha
For girls we have a splendid assortn
For boys we have Dubblebilt, six m<
and Sealpax Athletic underwear.
These are only a few of the good thit
. Our Der
Ready-to-Wear and Millinery
Infant's and Children's
Dry Goods and Notions
Meni's and Boy's Furnishings
WHEN IN MANNING MAKE Ti
Rest Rooms, cool water, electric fi
YOUR PATRONAGE IS MOST 11
Clarendon's Store of Qnulty
I and 4th
a, and most reasonably priced stock of
to this part of the State. We have spared
re you this merchandise of QUALITY,
Arant a low pr' ed, medium priced, or high
instance there is 100 per cent value back
zes, styles and shades for women, misses
ine, Silvertone, Serges, Twill Veloir and
tine, Charmeuse, Tricolette, Satin, Crepe
/eteor, $14.75 and up.
lion, Box Plaits, Leather Trimmed, etc.,
e de Chene, Georgette and Voile, $2.00
nigeable Silk, $6.75 and-up.
and misses, $20.00 and up; Juniors and
and Suits in Stouts up to size 56.
rd and Warner Corsets, Sweaters, Mus
)resses, Caps, Gowns, Bootees, etc.
rom the ifew York and Baltimore mar
f millinery ever brought to this part of
iss Butler, an experienced and compe
ity and artistic workmanship, for $5.00
.00 and up; GAGE Hats $15.00 and up.
$2.75 and up.
10thers' thoughts are beginning to turn
mf supplly your needs as we have a most
ts for boys and girls.
1ent of wash dresses, mididie suits and
)nths guaranteed suits, Kaynee Blouses
igs we have for the school boys and girls.
Furniture, Rugs - H-ouse Furnishings
Jewelry, Silverware and Novelties
Hardware and Agricultural Imiplemients
Retail Grocery and Meat Market.
[IS STORE YOUR HIEADQUARTERS.
ins, and elevators for your comfort.
~ESPECTFULLY SOLICIT ED
S IN ONE
Manning, South Carolina
GOV. COX MAY BE COMPELLED
TO FACE COMMITTEE, CLADI
Wil Probably Be Subpoenaed to Av
pear Before Senate Campaig
Body Unless le Comes of Ow
Free Will, Says Unnamed Men
Chicago, Aug. 23.-Governor Co:
Democratic nominee, will probably i
subpoenaed and compelled to appen
before the Senate campaign commil
tee, which announced plans for ir
vestigating the Republican and Den
ocratic national campaigns, unless 11
comes of his own free will, a men
bor of the committee told the Ass<
ciated Press tonight,
This member of the committee sai
that its members felt that Governo
Cox must prove his charges that th
Republicans were raising a $15,000
09C campaign fund or withdraw thei
and that the committee was prepare
to go any length to obtain evidenc
in the matter.
No official subpoena will be issue<
however, until the committee meet
"If Governor Cox has not given u
a satigfactory reply by that time
feel certain that a subpoena will b
It will not be an anxious
one to you,
If you will keelta bot
tle of "Children's"
And give baby from
five to ten drops after
each feeding whenever
you find his little stom
"Ask Those Who
Have Used it"
For Mild Disorders of
the Stomach and Bowls.
On account ofi
leave, and I will 12
I ~the case we will 1:
Until Mr. Muss
calls for Hog Chc
is doing this wxor]
It has been a p)
you, which w~e ho1
Agriculil Ag! '.e:
SEARCH OUT I
4l GERMS 0
NOW Out-What Caused You Su
n fering and Go After It,
Some forms of this 'disease iav
been found to come from tin,
germs in the blood, .which set u
their colony in the muscles, o
joints and begin to nultiply b
the million. You can easily un
derstand, therefore that the onl
r intelligent method of treating sucl
cases is through the blood. '
S.S.S . is uch. a thorough. bQQ
e issued," he said.
Senator Reed said he had not re
. ceived an answer to his telegram to
Governor Cox up to 9 o'cloc ktonight,
I when he left for a short trip into
D No statement was made when mem
- bers of the committee were shown
1 dispatches quoting Governor Cox as
I saying he "saw no use in appearing
e before the committee," adding that
he would furnish it with evidence,
, but felt that he should be allowed to
s do so when lie saw fit.
Included in the matters to he taken
up with the conimittoe reconvenes
I next Monday will be an investigation
D of the Oklahoma Democratic senato
rial lirimaries, in which Senator Gore
s was (lefeated, and the pre-convention
Kansas canpaigns, it Was said.
POLAND WILL COMPLY WITH
U. S. DEMAND, SAYS OFFICIAL
Washington, Aug. 23.-Complete as
surance will be given the United
States, it was stated today in Polish
official circles, that Poland's victor
ious armies will not pursue their ad
vance beyond the natural frontiers of
the reconstituted republic. An early
communication from Warsaw to this
effect was expected by these officials. 1
Representations setting forth the .
views of this government have been :
made through the legation at Warsaw -
the State Department announced to- 1
day. The Polish reply, legation of
ficials said, would set at rest any
suspicious that Poland was contem
plating the prolongation of hostilities
into an offensive war against Russia. 1
No formal representations have been i
exchanged with the Allies by the )
United States regarding the possible
transition of the Polish operations
from a defensive to an offensive char
Great Britain, however, through
Premier Lloyd George already has an
nounced her opposition to any trans-,
lank & Ti
The Bank That Serves
ny health the Bank has given i
e away from the Bank for som
e compelled to dliscontinlue this
>pe to be niot later' than Septem1
>again offer this columnn to th(
iim of exchange.
er's return the Bank will be
lera work and turn them over 1
Sand is occupying miy office.
leasure for bo0th the Bank and
eC and~ expeCct to continue to (10.
Yours Respect fully,
C. A. McF1ADDI
1t, H-omne Bank and Tlrust Comn
-urfiter and cleanser that it ca
earelid Upon to search out ali
disease germs and impurities an<4
a eliminatthen from the systemA
e and this s why it is such an exf
cellent remedy for Rheumatism.
r Go to your drug store and o
r a bottle of S.S.S. today, andif
your case needs special attention
you can obtain medical advice free
by writing fully to Chief Medical
Advierg,,?ift Laboratory, Atla
Good Roads, Good Schools,
and Good Nelghbors in Red
Clay Section of North Flor
ida, adapted to general
farming, cattle and hog
raising; any size farm $20 to
$50 per acre.
For information write
J 0 H N P A S C 0, Monticcllo, Hoda.
,ression by Poland of Russian terri
Both Sir Auckland Geddes, the Brit
sh anbassador, and Prince Lubomir
ki, the Polish minister conferred to
lay with Secretary Colby at the State
)epartment. It is understood that the
lussian and Polish situations were
mder discussion at the two respective
PRHEDICTS CHEAPER SUGAR
Washington, Aug. 23.--With the
orced release of sugar stocks through
ightened bank credit, Department of
rustice oflicials today forecast a
urther tunble in sugar prices. There
vere indications, officials said, that
he unloading of stored stocks might
,lut the market and bring a "sub
tantial drop" in addition t.o the pres
The department has received appeals
rom imany dealers who seek relief
roi the drop which already has taken
>lace. The Attorney General, h'wever,
vill follow a hands-off policy, it was
tated today by his aasistant Robert
. Scott. The departmnent, Mr. Scott
aid, is concerned only with profiteer
ng an dindividual transactions are
iven n'o consideration unless exhorbi
ant profits are shown.
ne an extendedI
>er' 1st, at which
glad~ to take all
o)h D r oo who
myself to serve