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R. D. COT
the liikaning Elmes.
Published Every Wednesday
w'PELiT & SHOPE - Proprietors
F. M. SHOPfE, ----Business Manager
.. APPELT F------------Editor
1.NNING, s. C., AUGUST it, 1918
TC THE YOUNG WOMEN OF1
THIE UJNIT'EI S''ATES
ta temnt,~ by General Gorgai: in re
:,..uon to th'e Nursing Campaign un
er di rect ion of the Woml m's Com-I
I:uee-, C ounc(1il of Nat ione~l D)efense:
"I want every young woman in the
country, every womani between nine
ai'nr anid thirty-five ,to r'ead carefully,
Alhat I have to say',, and to give it
%:r?1est attention. It is a miessage
bih very girl ought to welcoe~i
eueit, tellIs of an opportunity to
tdp the nat ion.
The A rmny and the Country facep a
*or'tta~~ve I' raes, .4
Attractis
I at
Wonderful L
China, (
~ Lamps,
Enamel
Tinwart
Noveltic
*1~There's nto better p1
and SAUCERS. PLt
PANS.
Come. make yours
IManning 4
4RI
Where
will be
season,
my per
will be
worth.
I V
friends
solicit I
MdNTR.j
H RAN, Prop
The army alone will require some
thing like twenty-five thousand nurs
es by the first of next January. W
have secured about thirt'en thousan
of this number; we need twelve thou
sand more. We have got to have then
or the army will run short and thi
would be an outcome incredible an
intolerable to the American people.
Only graduate nurses who hay
been through the full course of train
ing are available for this high serv
ice. These nurses have to be taken ou
of the hospitals and from care of -th
sick at home. This means that whe
we recruit our full quota for the arms
their places in the civil communitie
msheflled. Hence this c:.ll for su
dents--to fill the vacancies, prepai
forh profesioa services, and mean'
w ie ake it possible for our hos
pitalIs, both civil and military, too car
ry on, aInd for the American pepol
to hold the health standards of th
country as high as they have eve
been held in the times of peace.
If I were a young woman and want
el to do my country the greatest sel
Vice in my power, I shouild go at one
to the nearest recruiting station of th
Women's (Comnmittee o fthe Councilo
re Prices!
d a
inc of
i3rockery,
Glassware,
ware,
as, Etc.
ace to buy your CUPS
iTES, DISHES. POTS
elves at home wifh us.
lirocery Co.
Tobacco Brin
open every da
Every pile o
sonal attentioi
used to get ev
rish to thank
for their gene
he same the b
LLW
National Defense and enroll in the
- United States Students Nurse Re
serves. This enrollment would at once
I make me a candidate for the Army
- Nursing School or for one of the civil
i ian training schools for nurses. I can
not conceive of a ibore valuable serv
I ice, a more womanly service. I can
give every girl who enrolls in the Re
serve, my personal assurance that she
. is making herself count, and I should
- be ashamed of any woman who did
t not long ith all her heart and soul,
e to make herself count rn the defeat of
Germany."
(Signed) W. C. GORGAS,
Surgeon General, United States Army.
MlORE WOMEN ARRESTED
- Anothecr Woman's P'arty D~emonstra
tion Broken Up
e Washington, Aug. 12.-Another
r !w oman's party demonstration against
the Senate's delay in acting on the
federal suffrage amnicdment was
broken up today by the police. Thir
ty-eight , women participating, bani
ner cariners andl sen!:era, were ar
r csied as they .usembl'd before the
La fayette Ctatue in th'. -quare cpo
rite thie White House.
- W:;eni the wAomnen h:ai noen releasedi
athe police headlquar era on their
pronuisc to l)ppear Wednesday for
trial, thirty-six of th- m mar'c'ied back
to he La fayette statue :mad were re
arrested.
UJpon be*ing taken to the pol ice sta.
tion the~ 'condu timie, the w( men again
refused to give bail fer ::ppe~ar'nee
m i a nswer to the charge of holding
a pubbei meeting in a park without
a permit. The police took from theni
he banners and ribbons which they
carried andl a fter detaIning the womi
en about an hour, released them with
ist ructions to a ppea r in pol1ice court
tomiorrow.
A(CTRES~S ANNA HELl) DEAD
hew acrk. Aug. 12.----Anna HeldH,
MsHedhad been illsicApi
of a rare malady, known as myeloma,
a disintegration of the spinal marrow
and her condlition was rep~orted sev..
eral timies.'is critical. She rallied re
peatedlly, however, and until attacked
hby pneumonma a few weeks ago was
regarded ias on the road to recovery.
Her physicians said that only her re
miarkable will power had preventedl
her fromi succumibing long ago.
Z/EPPE~LIN HROU)IGIITC DOWN
London, Atug. 13.-British airmen
today .brought down a Germian Zep.
pehin in flames off the English east
coast according to a dinpatch to The
Star. The machine was one of the
largest andl newest of this type of air
cra ft.
TIhe' Zeppelin was observed at sea
at daybreak. Royal air force machines
rose to attack it and were able to
get close to the aircraft before they
were observed. After a few minutes
fighting the Zeppelin fell flaming into
the an.
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heavy fell
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terms on
interest t<
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collar,
of the
have
effort
.t it is
rmer
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eason
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ach of Stock
>r a long time
Our B
il1 good ones
ows, medium v
any kind you
the right pric
them and it is
> buy now. C
it over.
t Forget Our Big Stock 01
ragons, Harn
Y &I
ag, S.C.
DSESL
we have
1s
--stout,
~reights
want.
es and
to your
ome in

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