Newspaper Page Text
TO JIKKT !>KKHIT.
Ilfinooratio Coninnl teamen Aux?'?* on
1'Ian io ?-:aiK* Hwjnired War
\Va>lr:) j,': 11. St : *. 1 ?In agreeing
rcday on a war r^'-^uue measure
wrt'fi wi,: ::?\ r.iahl transportation
and increase rc\enur raxes on beer
auc1 rion;es'i" democrats of the
^ ways d itva: s c^viittee paved the
way for i?.\;.?.ving the government
financial i;c*> due to tlie European
war. A J: vi r islra'.ion leaders in
bot'. houses r?*\.:>ted the bill as
framed won!;] l-e. passed without prolonged
d:>cussi?;ii. Chairman Underwool
of the comin'ttfee said the measure
had ihe ao-al of the president
and ".is ao iseiv,.
| Tlie bill co'Hfnv.iates an annual
t^ revenue e:-ti Mated at $107,000,000.
The tax or beer will be increased
from >. *.o ?!"> p. barrel, wines will
be taxed an additional 20 cents a gaif
Ion, ar.'i a cent, tax on freight
transportation Mils, including railroad.
st-r urns hip and express freight,
wil' be made. t?nnsportation companies
to collect the tax and receive as
compensatim " per cent, of the collection?:.
To i'ni Expenses, Too.
As an aaditional war relief senate
leaders an-iourced today the aetermi[
nation to cut tve river and harbors
bill from S ;:.000.000 to approximate
ly $".iU)0ft.i'00. An effort will be made
to end the Republican filibuster
against the bill by including in the
cut new projects assailed as extravagant.
Democratic and Republican
leaders are conferring on readjustment
of the bill.
The war revenue bill will be introduced
in the house tomorrow. Chairi
man Underwood made the following
f statement f"t
"The need for writing a tax bill at
[ once is to relieve the government of
the necessity of withdrawing funds
from the banks. Realizing the financial
situation in the country, the president
thinks it advisable not to disturb
the public funds at this time and
to pass a bill immediately that ultimately
would be necessary.
? lJ-li Tk 1_
fTUmuiii uiaiu oaua?,
'"It must be apparent to- all that if
congress has determined to take this
action immediately to relieve the situation
in rhe hanks, it will not write
a revenue bill ttat will cause a large
amount of withdrawals of deposits
from the financial centres of the eoimtrv.
It must be eaually apparent to
every one ti.at tax is levied on
whiskey, btiore the bill can become
law, owners of whiskev in bond would
pay iLN frt^rt tax on as many gallons
a^ possible, <1.16 avoid the necessit>
oL paying the actional tax.
"La<;r year ti?re va^ in the neighborhood
of $150,000,000 in taxes paid
ou whiskey, r an effort were made
to tb.x a abie portion of the
whiskey now tcr ieo be ore the bill
became a law i; wov.M make a serious;
drain ( n the ..arks of the country"
' Travelers" Protective Association of
America and The Southern Hallway.
For the last National convention of
the Travelers' Protective association
of America, held ill Houston. Texas,
The Southern Railway was selected by
a large number o." the members of
? this association as the route of t eir
special train service, and as tne result
of this, the following communications
w. re sent to the passenger department
of the Southern Railway:
1 Philadelphia, Pa.
It is with extreme pleasure that I
"write you to thank you for the courtesies
extended to us bv vou in our T. P.
A. Special train Washington to Houston.
I know I voice the sentiment
of the majority of the men on th?
A train when I state that they were
thoroughly pleased with the arrangement
and the service rendered.
m We beg to call your attention to
J the fact that through the untiring efforts
of Mr. Burgess and Mr. Horner,
here in the Philadelphia office, we
were able to make this a record trip
and a thoroughly enjoyable one.
Same was not marked bv accident, and
we are grateful to you for the care
exercised in the handling of the train
and to the Providence which guides
I tis II Everything worked out 0:1
' m ^ I
j 41 - ^ ~ _
| | " * " ~ ? < I
' ||| ~3._ :' ;;'
|i f ~
, , r
UU1U Hugo L
A South Carolina fa
of hogs which were rea
was so warm that killing
He went to his tel
Columbia over Lon? D:
at a good price. He th?
office and arranged for s
The telephone is no
You can have one on yo
See the nearest Bell
send a postal for our trei
| FARMERS' LIN
| SOUTHERN BELL T
| AND TELEGRAPH
f Sell Us You
| Leaky Four
We will allow you
worn out) in ex<
I1 Jewel. 2 quart fount:
Credit for old syring
Costs vou only
Queen, 2 quart fount
Credit for old syring
Costs you only
Magnolia, 3 quart fo
I Credit for old syring
I Costs you only
Think of getti
EVERY ONE V
extended to them by the Southern
Railway company. 'We bad a most derght.ul
trip, which was much enc-hanced
by we courtesy and attention
shown us by the officers and cm
i ioyees of your railroad.
We feel that in justice to your employees,
we should express our appreciation
o." their untiring efforts to
add to t' e comfort of rue delegates.
With the kindest regards and thanking
you on behalf oi' the Pennsylvania
; delegation. I am.
Yours very truly,
(Signed) Alex McQuilkin,
Secretary. Pennsylvania Division.
wr ? v iir ? IJY ivnw v
TT JC<.I il, M JU.Illi II
Learn the Cause of Daily Woes and
When the back ache., and throbs.
When housework is torture.
x When night brings no rest nor sleep,
WTnen urinary disorders set in.
Women's lo: is a weary one.
Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak
Have proved their worth in "hou-:i:;
1> of eases.
is G i
~ ^ ' 'X' I
>y Telephone |
irmer had a large number
dy to kill. The weather j|
; was out of the question.
ephone, called a dealer in
istance and sold his hogs
1 na 1 fr^i frlif
W. 11 Lli.v 1UVU1
w a necessity on the farm.
ur farm at small cost.
Telephone Manager or
E DEPARTMENT j I
ir Old Worn, I 1
itain Syringe | |
i credit for it (even if
change as follows:
ain syringe _$1.00
e_ 25 L5
ain syringe 1.25
untain syringe 2.00 I
e 1-25 J [
ing such values
s for 75 cents in)
& WEEKS I
I U1 I
j STOMACH ,
! Mayr's Wondarfu? Stomach Remedy |
!s StecommGsided pr.d Prefsed fey i ?
Thousands Who Have j ?
j-. , :
about t h re'" m o 111 h s j '
i P--' three of our most prom- '
^j||i|f f?^ ^(;r;;tion *?t.!"'"'1 r"V,:-'? '
1/ secur%c^ a full treatment
i^BbctV ' 1 sfflmj If and took it according to
i sBgSfcramdirections and passed ]
i l^jBMafSi B&iflL hundreds of Gall Stones,
j Is|e1sB8s^W??- Since taking your medi- ^
cine I work regularly and
don't feel any 111 effects. I am praising your J
Remedy to all my friends. I think it's worthy of
1 the highest praise. B.L. DOOLEYRoanoke, Va."
Sufferers of Stomach, Liver and Intestinal
Ailments are not asked to take Mayr'a Wonder?
DatMA^tr ^AI* ?r?eLol?o mAnf
1U1 vjiv/iuavu tiiivu > 1V1 Y>ttaw CU1U uiVMV-u* I
before they feel benefited. Just try one dose?
Vhich should make you feel better in health,
convince you that you will soon be well and
Btrong, free you from pain and suffering and give
you a sound and healthy Stomach, as it has
' done in thousands of other cases. Wherever It
is taken you will hear nothing but the highest
praise. Go to your druggist?ask him about the >
great results it has been'accomplishing in cases /
, of people he knows or send to Geo. H. Mayr, /
1 Mfg. Chemist, 154?156 Whiting St., Chicago,
j 111., for a free book on Stomach Ailments and
; many grateful letters from people who have
I been restored. i
For Sale in Xevrberry, S. C., by Gilder \
j ; i !,
: : 1" . : .4 to the s
Store and f
Mr. McAdoo, Seen
Federal Reserve Board, Ii
by RESPONSIBLE I'OMPJ
National Currency Associ
The Standard War
of nearly half a million d
regarded as the very bes
. United States, and will tl
f ATTAMMlMAnl' AA i" /V VAAHAn
uuveniiiieiii ab iu icdjiuu
Store your cotton
take your receipt to youi
who wiil help you to hoi
J. D. WHEELER, Lot
YOUR CORN WILL VANISH j |
riovc if vnn wlli use our corn ! 4
1 1C uu; O Ik ; f
e as directed. And going to the ?
er extreme our scalp lotion will
nove dandruff just as quickly and
actively. Those are only two of j
i goou things to be had at this j
ig store. We'll tell you the others |
layes' Drug Store:
one 123. ^ dewberry, S. C. ,
dney Trouble?if you suff, write to-j
lay l'or sample bottle of Whittle's
Spsom-Lithia water. The most ef:ective
water for curing Rheuma- J
ism, Diabetes, Brights disease. A
vonderful Uric Crystal solvent and
\cid Eliminator. Heals the weak
Kidneys Readily. Write at once
TTT_fj.il. r> : Tf7V.;fflQ I
wmiue oprmgs v^v., n uhub
Springs, E. Tenn. '
f,'7 O /
- * '
aoA AM A 1/ A??
inance i uu
etary of the Treasury and
tas announced that receipt
\NItS will be acceptable ;
ation and to the Reserve
ehouse Company has a ca
lollars, and its receipts ha
. ii r .l .
t security at ail ot toe nu
lerefore meet the requirem
with the Standard Wareh
r local banker, merchant
d your cotton until conditii
lalMgr. T. B. STAC
rf children the
to Mayes* Bool
tion Books. I
In fact i hai
needed in the
BETTER GOODS FC
The House of a 1
To Give Quinine To Children, I
ILINE is the trnde-mnrk name given tc an t
ved Quinine It is a Ta-teless Syrup, pleas- t
take and does not disturb the stomach. en
t.'iiie it and never knew it is Quinine. '
feciaHy .iaptcd to adults who cannot i
rdinary Quinine. Jjocs not nauseate nor ! ,
: "''v:*?: . rr:*tg:::^ :n the head. Try i
" i u Qcmme f<?r any j
;r r . to r ?: v! 1
. 1 .\ir tl:.; 1:1:.-!:* j
**""t ; I u- '.: I ; r- | :
' L " 'I
' T ' ; . Ill ?': OI
~ ' *
r Cotton ]
member of the
s for cotton issued
as security to the
pitai and surplus
ve been for years
>ney centers in the
r\( I'll A FaiIavqI
IClild U1 1IIC 1GUC101
ouse Company and
or other creditor,
)ns become normal.
MOUSE. Pres. I
it are coming
k and Variety
! SCflOOi IOUII1
7R SAME MONEY
;he forenoon, to show cause, if any
hey have why the said administra*'or>
iliould not be granted.
Given under my hand t/.us 10th, day
>f September, Anno Domini 1014.
C. C. Schuiiipert,
J. P. N. *C.
- *. . . ? ..
- ; Ue
at 11 . '
.. I, aad# immediately thereafter
; y for letcr? d:s::i:ssory as s'ici
. r. . i :i.
' .1 persoi s having claims aganst