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come in and let us show you
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MANNING, S. C.
Americans Asked toared, makes it necessary that thi be no scarcity, even in the immediate
to cunty sare ts uga suply ithfuture while awaiting the new crop.
Europe. "The lack of adequate facilities to
Usc ess ugar"Theconservation asked of the reach the sources of supply, and the
Usc LCss Sugar
Amrican people," the administration imperative dlemand to supply the
statement says, "dose not necessarily needs of our Allies, constitutes the
Food Board Would Avert Threatened demand sacrifices. It only needs the sugar problem of the United States."
Shortage in the Allied elimination of waste and the careful The world's sugar supply is esti
Countries. use of sugar to enable America to mated this year at 18,659,792 tons,
niaks up the difference required by the against an average production of 18,
NO SACRIFICE NECESSARY needs of the Allies." 712,997. American consumption for
"It is not actually a lack of sugar the first half of the present year was
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rAech the osie ofuply inditabl
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maed tohtish a atocracy.79 Itonas,
agains pnerge evidntiona ore8,
CocaCo12,on97a Aercn conumio forths vr
t.heng andsthato the deraes ofr a
Zhoardin joicn i nth peehld.
ThiCbn oiti frear was in
ion ormdal, asier thoe in waiian,
prepared to meet -this attack upon
Support of Principle.
Slowly they have gathered to the
support of the principle of their lives,
the principle upon which they live,
against the adverse attack on this
piinciple, the domination of which
means the death of democracy and
the everlasting destruction of the sys
tem of individual liberty of which we
are the high priest at the bar.
"So long as there exists a great
and powerful autocracy which has the
purpose to secure domination my mili
tary force; so long as republics, de
mocracies, countries which preserve
individual freedom and individual
rights, countries which subordinate
government to freedom, must be at
the mercy of autocracy. As well go
sleep with a burglar sitting in your
front hall as to talk about the peace
and security of a democracy with Ger
many still competent to pursue its
career of domination.
Stake is Liberty.
"We are in the fight and the stake
for which we fight is liberty, and it
is our bar which stands at the door
through which oppression would en
ter. It is not so easy for the farmer
to see there will be a difference in
his crops, or in the sale of them; for
the manufacturer to see that any one
will stop wearing clothes or shoes, or
using machinery; but it is easy for us
to see that with the domination of
that military system that subordi
nates the law, that makes the bar
but a cog to an administrative system
of government and leaves to the bench
no independence-it is easy for the
lawyer to see that everything he has
contended for of individual liberty and
the supremacy of the law over exe
cutive power-will be attacked and
destroyed if we do not succeed in this
Rome, Sept. 3.--General Borevio,
commander of the Austrian forces on
the Isonze and Carso fronts, has been
relieved of his command and trans
ferred to the Austrian front in Mol
davia, it was authoritatively learned
tonight. General Koevess, the Aus
trian commander who led one of the
armies invading Serbia in 1915, is re
ported to have been appointed suc
cessor to General Borevio. The lat
ter's transfer, which amounts to a
demotion, is the result of the tre
mendous losses suffered by the Aus
trians in the last two weeks. The
action was taken by the Austrian gen
eral staff at the advice of Field Mar
shal von Hindenburg, it is said. Hin
denburg, it is further reported, urged
an immediate Austrian offensive on
the Trentino, to counteract the Italian
Toronto, Ont., Sept. 3.-Benny
Leonard tonight added another knock
out to his credit. He defeated Young
Rector in the fifth round. The bout
was stopped by the referee.
POITI'ICA L SCA NDA L
Pittsburg, Sept. 3.-T1he bitterest
political campaign Pittsburg has
known for years was further foment
W[AK KIDNEYS MAKE
Kidney D~iseases Cause Mainy Aches
and Ills of Manning PeCople.
As one wveak link weakens a chain,
so may wveak kidneys weaken the
whole body and hasten the final
Overwvork, .strains, coIls and other
causes injure the kieys, and gen
eral ly when their activity is lessened;
the whole body suffers.
Aches atndl) pains anid languor and
urinary ills frequently comie, and there
is an ever- increasing tendency to
wards5 drop~sy, gravel or fat a! Iright's
(isease. When the kidneys fail there
is no real ho ly for the suiffer except
IDoa n's K Idney P'ill s act d irect ly on
No nieed to take the staltement of
someone li ving1 far away aos (vidlence.
II er.' is a case right in th is local ity.
J1. R. IDyson, fa rmer, R. I". I). No. 2,
Silver, S. ( ., samys: "My kineys wverei
in bad sha pe. I had pains in my hack
ando loins and could hardly wvalk at'
times. I was sore and lame and had
rheunm:'tic twinges in my shoulders.
My head ached andl I had spells of
dlizziness. The kidney secretions
p~assed irregularly, sometimes being
toio frcquent and then again scanty.
My knees ando ankles became swollen.
I dloctored and tried different medi
cines with no results until I finally
used Doan's Kidney Pills. They re
lieved all signs of kidney trouble."
Price 60c, at all dlealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedly-get
Doan's Ki(.ney Pills--the same that
Mr. Dyson had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.--ad.
ed when it was found that thieves bits and some caried away.
had broken into the Kingsley settle- That the robbery may be followed
ment house and had destroyed under- by a gigantic political and moral ex
world records collected during 15 pose was openly declared by C. C.
years. Cooper, director of the settlement
These records ,teeming with secrets house, who declared some of the re
gained by years of contact with crim- ords taken or even scanned by the
inals and vice over-lords, were ripped intruders would "blow Pittsburg
from their hiding places, torn into open."
For the Hbousekeeper!
The best line Ranges, Oil and Gasoline Cook
Stoves ever shown in Manning.
For theF armer
The best Corn and Cotton Planters, Guano
Distributors, Harrows and all Farm Tools. One
or two of those splendid two-horse Disc Har
rows left at less than cost. _Come and see.
owen Hardware Co
Food is scarce and becoming scarcer.
THREE TIMES A DAY.
Columbia will soon have 40,000 troops
at Camp Jackson.
Greenville will soon have 40,000 troops
at Camp Seiver.
Spartanburg will soon have 40,000
troops at Camp Wadsworth,
These men will want vegetables.
WHERE WILL THEY GET THEM?
Sweet potatoes, Beans, cabbage, turnips.
carrots, onions. etc., will bring
This is Clarendon County's chance !
Will our farmers let the opportunity slip?
Cotton is short---Vegetables will be
higher than cotton as the
SUBMARINES CAN NOT SINK THE
THE HOME BANK
AND TRUST COMPANY
t F D A N 'T
A PATCH OF
this year andl comnmen ce getting ready for
the bo0il weevil. We have a su1Ippy of seed
on hand that we will sell at $2.50 a bushel
of one or more bishels.
75 cents a peck in quantities less thani
$2.40 a bushel ini original bags 2 anid one
half bushels each.
One-half bushel will planwt oneC acre in
three foot rows. Yields from 16 to 40
bushlels an acre.
We quarantLee a cash market for all that
This is the most promising new crop
that has ever been introducedl in this sec
SANNING OIIIIILL I