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ALD E MAN'SI
* 20 STORES IN ONE
N Suits Pants
N Arriving every day Men's, A full line of Pants for U
Young Men's and Boys' Men, Young and old, in
Clothing; all the latest styles heavy, medium and light
and patterns. Every Suit weight; also pants that are N
guaranteed to give satisfac- all-wool. These all-wool
tion or money refunded. pants are from $3.00 per pair
Prices right, so everybody up. Come in and let us show N
can wear a good Suit. you-you will be satisfied.
Shoes For Men
a We handle the Boyden Shoes for Men. Every pair guaranteed to give sat- M
* We carry everything in Shoes, all solid leather and when you buy shoes N
* from us you will be pleased.
Dresses for Stout Ladies.
I Just arrived this morning---A beautiful line of Ladies'
STOUT Dresses. Any size, any color. and any kind of i
goods, such as Canton Crepe, Charmeuse, Serge and I
Tricotines. Sizes 40 1-2 to 50 1-2. N
Just arrived-a new and beautiful line of Zeigler Bros. Shoes for Ladies.
The very latest styles in Oxfords, Kid and Satin Pumps in the leading colors.
Also a beautiful line of High Shoes. These shoes are the best line of U
Ladies Shoes on the market today. We can fit any foot, narrow or wide, short i
N or long, come in and see for yourself.
PRIW anId also for the purpose of arrest- bluejackets here to spenl dthe Win
WIG Vf W INAing for inciting to outgare certain ter, will reach Charleston two weeks
persons i -Trurangadi under the earlier than w:is at first announced,
WILL VISIT INDIA114Moplar outrages act, a party of po- as, according to nwn aboard the de
hce and troops was sent there. It stroyer Abbot, which arrived today
Troubles Not to Affect Journey was during searches made by this for an overhauling, the fleet is to
party that determined attacks were proceed directly from Newport to
iade from two siles by armed bands this bas', rather thai make a stop
PLANS Go lORWAIVMI from various districts. at New York for a fortnight. They
Report Issued bly India Ofice Tells of 'The magistrate adds thait evidence are to v.il on October 10, if the
Repot Isue l~ laliaOllce fels o -tht these searches antI arrests were present plan is adlheredl to, and this
Movement (if Troops in Distur'bed Ilmae under legal wariirrts and in Would bring t e estroyers here about
A rea. conformity with the laV was the October 12. A cordial welcome awaits
signal for an outburst of fanaticism the officers and men, whose pres
London, Aug. 29 (Dy the Associat_ throughout the district, first against enee with that of the swift War
ed Press.)-At the piresent mttomlent thEuropean ofherials antI later ships, makes this city a naval center
there apparently is no idea that the agulst the 1Iil'mdus. of gre.at activ'ty.
tirouble in India will a fTect the ap
proach ing visit of the Prince of Simli, H. ., Aug. 29 (By the As- CLIMA X M A Y RESULT
wales to the Indian emir. An sociated fress.)---A I~enera stalf re
otlic ialIs list issued tonight c'ontatins~ I~ ot, fr'om M'Iala bair, issued Sunday IN TIR ACTIO N SUITs
a nume ot rt ul in g Iniahn prince night, si d disturhancett (s had occur- N - -ok i.2.-Lh evYr
and oth1er pers'5onages who will be redI south of P~onnanii, thte steamer Newr a it natrk,Ag 2.-he iNew Yrk
attached to the suite of the princre Naiwahl hiad arriived~ at Cailieut with- dradtiof million oinoling whun
duii n g htis visit. EahrI (Croomer, wvho suppl)1ies. Both (Cal ieut a nd D)ubahu-f drelds f mdlor~ of hdollarswhit
4nce heb'I the Ipo't of a ide d' caminp wee''' repoted to he (jpliet. ol.th sgeloal yena rl a rnd
to t he vicer'oy otf Inodia, will hea d The oflicitoal nouicationi of Sat-- o ith itsttae a loca rinancil and
the per'sonal stafl' of t he printce. urdaI y tfromi Cailjent sa id a otlum -,i tl'a' in oday cia.aedt b p
.\ rep<ort issuned by the India of- retur'nedl from Lalapur~iam, cameprahgaemx
flre toought rnneerin jg the siut in mto action withI ther rebels Friday at :hA "er',md aluit see(k ing a receiver-.
at dlalabar' deals maninly wi th the Pu~okkaturii. The casuIihis of 'Hop_ hip fotr the luiterborouagh R~apId
miovemtent ofI b~d ies of trloops to the bibs were abhonut 400 kilIlod. The 'Iranus it tompatty was filedI this after
d is turb'ed arieas. It also int'lutdes a Bitish losses wer'e two men ki lled nloon mi fedetiral cout while the stock
commninlication frotm the dIistrlict andr six wonundec , inrludin on e. numarket wyas showing: ill eiifec'ts 6of a
nurwtateat\laahr, xpainne her.pr'ior smi of simlilar natur'e broutghlt
111e oiin of thhe ironihl. '----------.. last Satur day.
A loring to4 this umagistr'ate, I)ays D TRYl'LEIET 'The stcondi sutit was liled bty Clar'
t 4- reot', eie inorayso SOON~)'Il TO TANIE 'u-o II Venner,. presidlent of the (Con
tof t e ex i t if a numbe f wari - -titiSON ' O 'HA N F nen tal Securities rum paiiny who also
snvts in Tircurana lili ini rantrua ven..- Clviir''ton, Auog. 29.---It is Iiked~ t~t itiWly ('01s1r1eveshpy forl ithe Manht
t ion tof the \l aat'ar offens ive wra- t hatI the 1 00 rdestroyer's, more or less, r.~ tan Railies omal y ich ed rates
pr.nis :trt of 18I O' )wintg to thIiis f'ac't wh'ich'l will brintg se'vertal t louis ti l evante h estg an t ie asedt' of mo thef
the ity's subways. Satturday's suit
Iresetint gits c'laim oi f $50,074l, for
( R A d supphels on tended that the intec
lit ubortugh owes more th an $3 ,000,00l0 to
' I H E Y A R E' r ' ~ .m d e ra t s w chitg s y w a s'~ l t~ u e t h ea y
\0i ldeltl 0 he coaplainttda llgd ta
iNSEPARABLE ii t
N~~m ing assets aggr('gain~lg $50,u00,0')0
wib lless itemls sucrh as5 thet stock of
de'fuinrt companies. F"edertal Judntge
49 A good future without saving is something that Mayci ""dered tUn' coinpany tind the
dloesn't often happen, you know., h <" rciver "iu"< iior be "a"
Our imstitution is a progressive money saving ii'.h prnj~t allbffi'tstrafdon,' whic'
and investing bank. Ia ft' eeltlni ff its ion 1 l ait'll.
Wie solicit the patronage of these whose person- I " a~l SiIiicarejnItht "2.r1.
al attributes are likewise-and those who earnest- ship ailphineauols.
ly desire to become such. 'rwO IIwR-r'IliiwR ECK
You never regret money saed nTee is no t'illy iliniltttioleac
use to regret when it is gone. detcrrcnilstdywe
The Bank of Manning oNcdsov laIits
JOSEPH SPROTT, Presidentatolieanl os
T. M. MOUZONKinny livs h ith her au brothierci
Cashieof MrisMKinney. 'asalo hrt, but,
av hosapttal invreenvl. Theyon
Occupation' of Burgenland Not Com
HALT FOR. MOVEMVENT
Irregular Hungarian Forces Said to
Have Made Demonstration Effec
tive for Moment.
Vienna, Aug. 29 (By the Associated
Press.)-The Austrians have met
with resistance from the Hungarians
in the occupation of Burgenland, the
little strip of West Hungary award
ed by the peace treaty, according to
reports reaching here.
Late Sunday night Lieutenant Hoj
jas, one of the recalcitratn leaders in
West Hungary, appeared, heading a
large detachment of his irregular
forces, seized the railway station at
Obenburg and filled the streets with
uniformed men urmed with pistols.
One detachmefnt of 170 men ad
vanced to Pinkafeld, where they met
with hand grenades and machine
guns the Austrians who were coming
in to take over the territory.
It is reported that Hejjas and other
Hungarian officers were in full uni
form when the attack was made.
There are conflicting reports con
cerning the casualties, but it is not
believed they were great.
It is said allied officers marched
with the Austrian troops when the
attack was delivered by the Hun
A demonstration by the Czechs Is
expected unless the allies forbid the
occupation of Burgenland. The Czechs
are known to be concentrate a full
division on the frontier near Press
burg and other forces along the
The movement of occupation has
been suspended, and Her Schober,
the Austrian chancellor and foreign
minister, is appealing to the inter
allied representatives to take the
necessary steps to secure a fulfill
ment of the terms of the treaty giv
ing Burgenland to Austria. As far
as is known the only foreigners in
the territory is a few hundred Ital
The events in West Hungary have
eaused the greatest anxiety and ap
prehension here. Communication
with Odenburg is cut and it is re
ported that the railway has been
torn up. Details are lacking as to
the exact situation, but it seems ap
parent that insurgents are in pos
session of Odenburg.
A rumor here is to the effect that
allied troops from Silesia have been
summoned by the allied commission
an~d also that the workmen of
Wiener-Neustadt are organizing to
go to the assistance of the Austrian
soldiers at Odenburg.
NEW ROUTING CUTS
Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 29.-Passenger
fares to the West coast of Florida
from all points north of Macon, Ga.,
including Atlanta, Memphis, Chat
tanooga, Louisville and points north
of the Ohio river, will be cut ap
proximately $2 by the opening of
.through train service between Cin
Firestone first mla4
of $13.95 on the Star
May 2. Unausual pui
through big volume<
the great efficiency
Plant No. 2, manuf
sively 30x3%2 size, ma
Now, the produrcti
Size 30x3%2 tire has I
You feel secure on]
Because Fire'stone C
out. Your repair ni
he hasn't seeni a b
- tire hlst
H ARVIN 111
biati , and Tampa and . St. eer
burg, Fla., by the short route -of the
Southern rlway sysetein . and the
Seaboard Air Line through Haiton,
Fla., early in November, according
to information by.the Atlanta Con
Announcement that a through
train to be known- as the "Suwanee
River Special," the first through
train ever run between the Ohio riv
er and the west coast of Florida, will
be inaugurated, has been made by
the interested railways.
The distance between Atlanta and
Tampa via- Hampton is 54 miles
shorter than via Jacksonville. 'ihe
opening of through train service and
through ticket arrangements via this
route will put the reduced rates in
TURN TO CATTLE
Saluda, Aug. 29.-The first car
load of pure bred beef cattle ever to
be brought into Saluda county ar
rived in good shape Thursday.
These cattle were purchased recent
ly when County Agent Eleazer ac
companied a party of farmers to
Georgia for the purpose of looking
over some herds. Those getting in
foundation stock for starting a hero
were Dr. J. W. Pitts, L. E. Wheeler
and R. 11. Etheredge. Twenty-two
head in all were brought. These cat
tle are excellent individuals and are
of good breed.
The boll weevils have played
havoc with the cotton in this see
Ginners, Oil Mill and J
We have a large and well ass<
at present low prices. We only n
Babbitt, Belt Dress- Files,
ing Belting Steam Ga
Rubber Belting, Water Ga
Leather Belting Engine G<
Gandy Ejectors, Shaft lai
Flue Expanders, Injectors,
Flue Cleaners, Lubricatoi
We have anything that shou
chinery supply house.
823 West Gervais St.,
Ie the low p rice to Plant No.
dard Non- Skid, p rice reductk(
rchasing power $16.65 to $ 13.9!
>f business, and ever before be
of its $7,0'00,000 If your deale
acturing exclu- Size in stock
de this possible. ard Non-Sidd
on of the Extra- price. You w
een transf erred unusual tire v
ords That Don't Blow C
?irestone Cords. year - 10,000,
rrds don't blow miles, and t]
an will tell you strong. See y
wout this past today. Name
s Cerd Tires are being sold at lowest prk
ory: 3Ox3M--$24.50 3214--$46.30 34x4
[OTOR CO., Man
tion and farmers now--see the no.
cessity of,. developing .' - - other
side line. Beef cattle- are *hat Isonie
of the farmers who have ample pas
tures are turning to.
)rted stock of Machinery Supplies
tention a few of them:
Packing all kinds,
uges, Pipe, Valves,
uges, Fittings, Pulys,
>vernors, Wood Pulleys,
igers Steel Shafting,
Iron, Pipe Tools,
T:, Wrenches, all kinds.
ld be found in a first-class ma
COLUMBIA, S. C.
7EN BROS. MARBLE
Dealers in everything for the
ie largest and best equipped mon
ntal mills in the Carolinas.
!enwood,--- -----S. C.
2. Tis permits thie
'n on this8 tire frona
>. No such value has
en offered1 tire users.
r hasnit the Extra.
ask for our Stand
type at the same '
ill still be getting an
15,@OS and 20,09@
ie tires still going
our Firestone dlealeW
es ln cord 0
tting. SL C.