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The Unusual I
For you men and young'ii
to be different, to mirror t
metropolitan centers, we
clusive novelties in the cf
'THE CLOTHES -
SCHLOSS BROS. & CO.
Balimore & New York
for Men and Young Men in all the new soft I
and stiff shapes most stylish this season. We
are headquarters for such renowned makes
as the Stetson, No Name, and Crofut and
Knapp. Extraordinary showing at $3, $4, $5. I
The New 1de
MORRIS NESS, Manager
N EED) FOOD) FOR statement issued today he asks every
ALLIED COUNTRIES one in the country to do their bit to
PeietWLso lsaporPo l 's saving the nation's food sup
to Ellmin~ate Waste During The chief executive's miessage toi
War. Americans follows:
Washington, Oct. 2T.-President finding food supplies for the peoles
Wilson wants the families of the land associated wvith us in war falls fors
to enroll themselves in the great the present upon the American pee
arnmy of food conservationists. In a pie, and the dIrain on supplies on sucht
B $T DRUGS
Nothing but the very best materials go
into our prescrip~tionls and they are comn
pound(ed just the way your physician says.
RUBBER GOODS and
andl a full and complete line of}
We have .
~A MOEDRN SODA FOUNTAIN
We keep a Full Line ofr
SCIGARS, TOBACCOS and CANDIES.
BROWN'S DRUG STORE,
Below Bank of Manning. Muanning, S. C.
n Fall. Styles!
aen who want a fall suit
;he latest style slants of
have special and ex
and plenty of them; single and double
breasted models slash or patch pockets
yoked or plain backs; smartly set up mili
tary styles, square shouldered and accent
uating the waist line; novel treatment in
lapels, pockets and cuffs. You can't resist
them in the scores of clever and rich color
ings and fabrics. You young fellows who
want something snappy and up-to-date will
- find exactly what you're after here.
So, come in right away
nciacle for you
$18.00 to $45.00.
New Fall Furnishings
hIere too, you'll find all the accessories of
sorrect dress, that good dressers are wear
ng this season. Hats, Shirts. Ties, Shoes,
Manning, S. C.
scale necessarily affects the prices mn ekwl evgrul ot
four necessaries of l ife. ite. Moe ht hl. a nilin
"Our country, however, is blessedwokr vlmkeahuethus
vith an abundance of foodistuffs, and cnas sigta ldecrsb
f our people will economiz~e in their sgel aiisadrsarns~'l
use of food, providently continingbeskdt('nrv tlcsuha
hemselves to the quantities requiredwhtetsgrloradoon
or the maintenance of health and -
trength ; if they will eliminate N(TIEMi'i
vaste; and if they will imake use of AN)M ~(N ''A
hese commodities of wh ich v'e hv
surplus and thus free for exptort atTePoutino oe a e *
arge prop)ortion of these r'eqiedQ bly Fr itl shthPttfi
he wVorldl now de(penl '(nt i. on 5 anusitabe
ve shall not ontiy lbe abde to alcoml
Iish our obligations to thenm, but weColretthrhud dmn
hall obtain and estalish r'easonable ls aei h am in fo l n
rices at home. cem vnthug h elte'i
"T'o provide an mlequate supply ofcolr su ni l'auie. i't:(
ood~ both fo'r' our own soldier's on the t5i ' its g'd rduti
thier side of the seas and for the c'ivilbedler .
opulation and~ the aries of the Al- Srbblst h une f O!,
es is one of our fir st ande foremost 00ae~4ft~t~ff)wi ff:dls
bIligations ; for if we are to maint ain erada h ametm ~ elt
heir c:onstancy in this str'uggle fo'r alvY t( ::I' :t'~ o ate
he i ndepemiliee of ;I tnat ions, webrdblsct oio'to epni
lst first ma inta in their hiealthI andlte IpoueenIe a r: e
trength . Tfhe solution of oar food ti htatertnns
*roblems, therefore, is depe'n ent up- F3 t:e't5itde'~IiaisM: 'otl
n the individual service of ever'y 'dc th mikyel of(niy :'w
tan, woman and chiildI in the Uinited hic ar wthot hetv. n.' '
tates. The great volunitary effor't ucth lkfo isicr'n.dwtI
a this direction which ha~s beeni in-dilctyala h pre(feta
tinted and oi'ganized by the food ad- fe.Poetinpy el
r istration under my direction of- Ml hudlep'dcdwt h
cra~ an opportunity of service in the mnmmqatt fgan o ri
nea' Which is open to every individlual,isc tlad eo mcllt'luin
ad by which every indlivid~ual may i eie.Wt a ucmoe~
erve both his own peop~le and the o naudneo o'slg n
'Ceople of the wvorld. lgm a n satr eut a
"Wc cannot accompilish out' objectsbeotndwihhemium f
1 this great war without sacrificegat.
nd devotion, and in no direction can --
hat sacriflee and devotioui be shown AVRIEI ~ETMS
tore than by each home and public
ating place in the country pledgjng Dle u aa~,Bid pSse
ta support to the food administra-ThOlStidrgerl tetenytnk
ion and complying with its requests." OOW IATJP5 hl OI~rcoa
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_ IT CLEAN
W1HY be a slave to your car? Why
bother with the dirt and drudgery
of keeping it clean when you
haven't the conveniences for doing it?
We can keep your car as clean as you
want it at a price you can easily afford.
Sensible Service That Pleases
You can escape all the dirty, tedious
jobs of keeping your car clean and in good
running order by arranging with us to
!ook after it.
We will be glad to give you a figure
either by the month or the job if you will
see us right away.
HARVIN MOTOR CO.,
Planning, S. C.
MULES and HORSES
We have ever had. and no matter what
kind of a MULE or HORSE you want, we
We want you to come in and see our Bin
Buggoies and Wagons
Robes and Blankets.
Our many year's of service to the peo
pie of Clarendon county should b~e suf ficient
guarantee of the quality of thesec articles.
Quality is the First consideriation With Us.
You've hadl your clothes come home smine I''
of gasoline, and1 you dlidnf't like it.
We dlidni't (10 that wor'k.
We don't (10 that kind.
Your c(lot hes leave our house perL'fect ly clean -
ed, with no odor1 about them, and sanitary in
Then, too, our pr'ices are very reasonhble.
D~on't (discardi that old soile'd sumt until we
have looked it over. A fewv cents may make it
worth a few dollars.
Hofmawn French Dry Cleaning Co,,
E. W. ROWLAND, Prop.
IT ALWAYS PAYS TO ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES