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THE ALDE RV
We will open up in MANNING, S. C., between Se
store 90' x 150', basement 30' x 90'.
This building will be equipped with all modern cons
Men and Women's Departments equipped with Gra
All other Departments equipped in most modern an
Meat Market equipped with automatic refrigerating
Manning is an igleal town to live in, county seat of (
beautiful grounds; public library; paved sidewalks; streets .m
water and sewerage; health unexcelled; beautiful shady stre
progressive, hospitable and helpful citizenship; four banks;
flour milling plant; excellent artesian drinking water; in fac
'~ ages, of a large city.
Manning is the center of an agricultural community
and promising as any other in the State, and Manning is d
other town can serve it. Come and see, for "seeing is bel
We desire to get into communication with "live
Retail Grocery; Wholesale Grocery; Hardware and
Men's Clothing and Furnishings; Women's and Children
Meat Cutter; Stenographer and Bookkeeper combined.
Reliability, ability and affability are indispensable
If interested. statg fullv in first letter exn rirn' n
CHARLES WOODS, Manager, ('
We have just gotten in our line
of Champion Mowers, and we I V
would like for you to come in ?*
. and let us show you the advant
ages of this machine. Our
Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Etc., K
is. complete. When in town
make our Stables your Head
We will soon have in a car of
Famous GRANT SIX Automobiles (r
These cars are hard to get and t
we would advise that you place
your order now.
Coffey & Rigby.I
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pt. 2nd and Oct.
eniences for the cor
.nd Rapids fixtures I
d complete manner.
ill probably be pave
hets; excellent scho<
four tobacco wareh<
a town with all the
with twenty-five m
etermined to serve t
mire" sales people
other ware; Millin(
s Ready-to-Wear; F
fferences, age, whet
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Iem porary address)
csidcnt Says league
Will Make War Improbable
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om their government at home, and
at what we united in advising we
uld be certain that our people would
!sire to do.
"There is in that covenant not one
)te of surrender of the independent
(dgnment of the g<Nernment of the
nited States, but an oppression of it,
~cause that independence judgmient
ould have to join wvith the judgment
"But when is that judgment going2
be expressed, my fellowv citiziens?
nly after it is evident that every oth
resource* has failed. And I want t(
ill your attention to the central ma
iinery of the league of nations. II
iy members of that league, or any
ition not a member, refuse' to sub
it the question at issueL, (either to (ar-1
tr'at ion, or to di scussion by the c'oun.
I, there ensues automatically, by the
igagemetns of this covenant, and~
>solute economic boycott. Tlhere
ill be no trade with that nation by
ly member of the league; there wvill
no interchange of commnunication
Spost or telegraph; there will be no
avel to or fro mthat nat ion ; its bor'
rs will be closedl; no citizen of any
her State wlil be allowed to enter
and no one of its citize'ns will be al
wed to leave' it. It will be herme
:-ally sealed by the united act ion of
e most powerful niat ions in the
arld, and if this economiic boycott
ars with unequal weight, the mem
rs of the league agree to support
e another and to relieve one anotb
in any exceptional disadvantages
at may arise out of it. And I want
u to ralize that this war wvas won,
t only by the armies of the world,
it it was w~on by economic means as
ell. Without the economic means
e war would have been much longer
ntinued. What happened was that
ermany was shut off from the enon
nie resources of the rest of the
obe and she could not stand it; andl
natiohn that is boycotted is a nation
at is in sight of surrender. Apply
is economie, peaceful, silent, dleadly
medly, and there will be no needl for
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FACING~ THE F"ACTlS
The national dIebt of the United
atesm at the end of the fiscal year
I11. 1912, was 1.040.340.000., or
1st, a new two-stor
nfort of employees a
ent new and modern c
d this year; electric li
>ls and churches; be
)uses; oil mill and fei
iles average radius,
his community in the
for following depar
try; Shoes; Dry Good
urniture and Hous<
her married or singhe
Alcolu, S. C.
I $10.40 for each person living in this
country, figuring on the basis of 100,
(100,00(1 population. The nationa
debt o fthe United States on .lune 1
1919 was $25,421,151.270. This
simply means that. every person in the
United States faces a national deb
that averages $231.10. If conditions
that have become so radically chang
ed by this so greatly increased deb
are to become in any wise norma
they can come in just one way-thi
absorption of this bonded debt by the
snxvings of the people.
The answver given the Senate Comn
mittee by the Governor, W. P. G
Harding, of the Federal Reserv<
Board, to their query as to what leg
islation was needled at this time anm
to relieve the financial situation, was
"The Federal Reserve Board be
lieves that any curre~ncy legislation a
this time is unnecessary and undesi r
able and would suggest that whethei
viewed from anx ecoxinic or fi nanci
standpJoint., the remnedy for the presen
situation is the same: Na mely, 'Worn
Alr. HlardIing is a man of ack now
ledged abhilIity, with an opportunity 01
studying from every angle our indus
trial and financial problems; a stud3
that includes in its scope the financia.
affair s of the wvorld. AMr. Hard ing's
interpretation of the sign ot' the times
must he given earnest considleratiot
and careful study. Such opinions m~
his merit conisidlerationi.
The real andI true basic princi ple of
the thrift campaign this year is ar.
re'st ing the attention of the Amlericar
public to the end that it adopt as ia
habit the ideasM aind the thoughts of
systematie saving. T1his is the eeni
tral thought of every plin, the mo.
tive of every act. It takes time, pa.
tiene and the co-operation of every
branch of our industrial and our fin
The people have got to spendl less
andI save more. The banks occupy ii
peculiarly ihnportaxnt posit ion it
sperading this message, because al
business revolve sabout the banks
The people naturally turn to them foi
adlvico and it is right they should.
The people can svae. Universa
money is dissipated too easily andI ix
wasted too often. If the money is in
the po'-ket, that new luxury really no'
needed, is usually gotten; for it ia
easy to convince ones self that it il
good business to buy the thing oma
wants. Invested money earns interes
it is not so easily Lpent andI it en
courage's the saving of more.
If bankersw n iAnanciers wil en
>urt house with
ghts; ice plant;
future as no
tments in THE
s and Notions; i
courage habits of thrift, keeping in
mind Governor Iiarding's suggestim,
"Work and Save," the national deRbt
will soon get. back nearer to its p.
.JNO. G. DINKINS
MA NNING, S. C.
DuRANTI & ELLERBE
Attorneys at Law
MANNING, S. C.
RI. 0. Purdy. &S. Oliver O'Bryan
Attorneys and (Counselors at Law.
MANNING, S. C.
Attorney at Law
Oflice Three D~oors iHelow Post Ofike
MANNIN(;, S. C.
D)R. J. A. COLE,
MANNING, S. C.
Upstairs Over 'Yeinberg's Corner
J. W. WID)EMAN,
Attorney at Law
MANNING, S. C.
U.* C. CURTIS,
MANiaNG, s. C.
Oflice Over Leon Weinberg's Stor
NOTrICE OF D)IS'H A RG E
I will apply to the .Judge of Pro
hate for ClIarendIon Counity on the 15th
da~y of September 191!9 at 11 o'clock
a. m. for Letters of Discharge asAd.
minoistratrix of' the Estate of Henry .1.
Mrs. Elizabeth Wheeler,
New Zion, S. ('. Aug. 15, 1919.
The Quinine That Does Not Affect the Hase
Qtiie and oes itin Cauer ern o
took for the 5.wnuitura 4 l; w. GI((nunC .a