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.fabrics, embodying th
Blouses in Georgette ;
designed and well ma
Satin Charmeuse, v
and in all of the latest
Autumn Silks, in pr<
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Underwear, in silk, I
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Corsets, in a broad va
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MORRIS NESS, Manager.
TAG Of DEAD PAL Knoxville of
Harlan, Ky., tA
FAILS TO CONCEAL Marion Carter,
11, 1917. Cha]
Detectives Cotch Soldier for Pre-War authorities h
Crime.' claiming self d
Knoxville, Tenn., Sept. 12.-Despite man to Knoxv
the fact he i8 said to had hidden his to Colorado fol
identity by changing army identifica- was caught in
tion tags iwth a pal killed in the In France, dur:
alias Jack S mid, as arreshapm Jacktrenches.
aa and look over wi
I have to show 3
an our line next tinm
I come to town. I
I be you are not i
Ia market just no'
E what we have fo
I but would give u
Rprivilege and ple
Sof showing you
Ianyway. We will
Iyou only such got
Swill give you se
IPrices and tern
Iways in line. Stog
Sus when in'town,
I .M a ha &
le showing of Fall W
ur inspection. They
1 are marked down t
V, and get the best.
n the latest modes and of popular
y new ideas in fall wear.
mnd Crepe de Chine, beautifully
ery fashionable for the fall gown,
>fusion of colors and weaves, and
isle, cotton, gauze 'or knit--the
riety of models that comfort and
practically every woman.
icers and returned to of hiding his identity by adopting the
>day for the killing of dead man's name. Changing identifi.
at that place, August cation tags, he says he lost himself
tan, according to the in the advance and attached himself
dmittedi thek to another unit with which he served
dmitted the killing, during the war. He also says he serv
tfense. ed in Siberia, was honorably discharg
the story told by Chap- ed and last week reenlisted in the army
lie detectives, h e fled and was to go this week to Angel Is
lowing the killing and land, Calif., for duty with the Sixth
the first draft in 1918. avalry.
ng a battle his friend,
akiedbsdhiin Police say his military record has
as koied ehie hime lbeen checked. Chapman was caught
mi ocie h da Chattanooga by two Knoxville de
- tetetives through a school day sweet
heart wvhonm they say he had summon
ed to that city for the purpose of mar..
[N rying. He had the license to wed in
his pocket when arrested at the depot
in that city on the arrival of the girl.
[I~mentioned in orders for bravery both
ma w Frne*n Siberia, hisdicag
* , Chattanooga, Tenn., Sept. 12.---Tfhe
toi~i it), alleged confession of a oyunig man,
claiming to be Jack Luther Schmidt,
to the murder of Marion Carter at
~~LL *Harlan, Ky., in Knoxville today re
t vealed a most unusual sequel to a
L~llaystory which had a chapter enacted in
h . this city Saturday, Schmidt having
Ii t been marriedl to Miss Evlyn Oveida
f rested at the station here.
w E Iquire Joe Bork, who married the
i . couple, was not aware that there was
r sale, anything unusual afoot when the
a young people appeared at his office,
S fej accompanied by two strange men, and
tasked to be married. But immedliate
ast e ly the ceremony ended the two stran
ure ger's, who proved to be Knoxville deC
ht rutectives, placed handcuffs on Schmidt's
t Iini.- wrists andl led him away, followed by
h the bride in tears.
s OW owchmidt, who also went under the
d name of Joe Chapman, was captured
)s as * when he went to the station to meet
his fiance, teKnoxville detectives
thaving shadowed Miss White when she
ArvAc e 4 left that city. When the young couple
4 t declared their desire to wed, dlespite
15 al- Schmidt's arrest, the oficeers raised no
with tobstacles but accompanied them to the
> wthq-uire-- office -ndl acted as best men.
* BRIDE IASLO IF'
* IN LAKE MICHIGAN
t Racine, Wis., Sept. 12.-Death today
ended the honeymoon of John A Jones
a Chicago artist, and his wife, former
ly Anna Mitchell, a New York portrait
paiinter, when a motorb~oat overturnedl
MUM, mvianning, S. C.
Iks for ]Fa.,
earing Apparel for
represent the crear
o the limit of pric
Gloves. Popular makes i
elbow or short -lengths.
Hosiery, in silk, lisle or cot
popular designs and color
Girls' School Coats, all
to withstand hard service
School Hose for childrer
Handkerchiefs of pures
In General, a splendid lir
.the woman of fashion, or
(rowned. 10 years, it has I
Jones was rescued after clinging to far from the I
the boat for more than 18 hours, but spots.
is n a Lospital where his condition is There is sonic
said to be critical, damage by this I
Jones said his wife had struggled lea athan was sup
against the heavy ceas for eight hours European corn b
and that he finally had chained her to
the centerboard of the boat -but that
the waves had washed her into the
CORN l3ORER'S FOE
It is possible that parasites which gin a n-or
dlestroy the European corn borer may in ou
be brought to the Unitedl states to ting fr(
help in controlling this pest. Dr. L. tosfr
0. H~owardl, Chief of the Bureau of sands Ibe.
Entomology, United States Depart- Iter, S. C.
ment &" Agriculture, has just returned
from europe where he made an ex- i
tended study of the borer andl its
enemy parasites in the cornfieldls of
France andl Italy. lie reports thnt
the "orn borer is to be foundl in near
ly very European field, but that its ___________________
ravages are not severe, probably due
to sonme natural control which checks Jtttttt '*tittttttt
In the United states the European
corn borer (does considerable dlamage
in sonie portions of the country. In
Massachusetts the damage to the ,palmett
sweet corn in 1919 was estimated to s
be between 5 andl 10 per cent of the' tenograp)
cr'op. It seems evident that there is ing, Accou
not, as yet, the natural meaans of con- ship1 in Pa
trol which evidently does so much te inl OUr Frei
save the European fields from dlisast- more calls
The department has beeni active in taolsed I
the effort to eradlicate or control this tbise
insect in order to prevent its spread un nsr
to the great corn-growing belts of the teachers.
South and Middle West. The insect .anteed.,
normally has a wide range, but, of suyi
though it has been in this country for m rqu
far east as
oaa m Address,
A, Th"j 4rr Scehool) or'
worth St. (
CEALWt 'ANS Ot4.Y
Ar" OUR~ GQOCCSS
MI&WELL HOUSE The
COVV E Ew. We pay
m m m n w u n
Women and Chil
n of the season's
e slashing. Look
n Milanese and Kyser silks,
Very select and serviceable.
ton, reinforced heels and toes,
wool, attractive and made
1, fine ribbed and strong in
linen, fancy or plain, and a
le of eve'rything required by
the solid service of daily use.
Manning, South Carolina
)ean unable to spread others in that it attacks all portions of
)riginal imfestai the pa n ' with the exception of the
broad leafy parts. Its attack sonie.
ground for hope that tines results in very serious injury
>est this year will be to the plant, and it is this phase of
tamed last year. The feeding activity which makes the in..
orer differs from all sect a dreaded and dangerous eiemy.
going to be late this year, youi wvili have to
d deal after dark, be prepared by install
sin Delco-lighting plants and avoidl disas
es. Better place your ordIer early, thou
ng sold. Call at 10 East Liberty St, Sum
,or p~hone 649 L.
F. M. BRADLEY,
o College oflers thorough Courses in
hy, Secretarial, Typewriting, Bookkeep
ntimg and kindred branches. A scholar
Imetto College gives you a memb~ership)
e Employment Department. We receive
for traimed executives than all other
the South. We furnish all the old1 es
>usiness colleges with teachers. Indivi
.iction. New equIipmrent. Experienced
D~ay and Night School. Positions guar
ou can complete the prescribed Course
Palmetto College in less than half the
red im any other school. Our student
~sents evety state in the South and as
Pennsylvania. The reason is Palmetto
Box (65 Varnville, S. C. (Mother
Box 173 Orangeburg, S. C., Or 57 Went
Jharleston, S. C.
;chonol that's Knfownl Everywhere.
rour railroad fare to Palmetto Colleg.