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The goodness of the car is seldom called into question.
The thoughts about it are the same thoughts in thousands
The market grows by what it feeds on-and what it feeds
on is the performance of the car.
Deep and abounding satisfaction surrounds the sale and
the use of practically every car that leaves the works.
It will pay you to visit us and examine this car.
The gasoline consumption is unusually low.
The tire mileage is unusually high.
Touring Car or Roadster, $835; Winter Touring Car or Roadster, $1000.
Sedan or Coupe, $1265 (All prices f. o. b. Detroit)
SUMTER MOTOR CO.
SUMTER, S. C.
COTTON EXPORTS IN rices (emanded for ocean freight said land herein referred to and here
YEAR ENDING JULY 31 room were accepted by the trade as by ordered to be sold being lots
the principal reasons for the decrease 6, 7, and 8, as mentioned and de
New Orleans, Aug. 6.-Exports of in export movement. scribed in said partition (Iced.
American cotton during the trade a Purchaser to pay for papers.
year ended July 31 last, were the Belgian Minister to Russia. E. C. DICKSON,
smallest in years, according to sta- Clrk of Court Clarendon County
tistics announced today by H. G. Paris, Aug. 6.-Jules Destree, So
Hester, secretary of the New Orleans cialist Deputy from Charleroi, has
Cotton Exchange. The total exports been appointed Belgian minister at THE STATE Of SOUTH CAROLINA
were 5,731,046 bales, against 6,231,094 Petrograd.
list year, and 8,541,908 two years ago. oUT OF MADN
Four years ago-the season preceding RGLRAM ED
the war--total cotton exports reached LS HN500MN CUTO OMNPES
9,184,840 bales. C .WrePanif
The scarcity of cotton on this side WsigoAg .Ls hnagis
of the water and the exceedingly high 500mnaenee ocmlt h ayArhm onArhm i
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Mrs. Quinn's Experience
Ought to Help You Over
the Critical Period.
Lowell Mass.-"For the last three
years I lave been troubled with the
Change of Life and
the bad feelings
common at that
time. I was in a
very nervous condi
tion, with headaches
and pain a good
deal of the time so I
was unfit to do my
work. A friend
asked me to try
Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound, which I did
and it has helped me in every way. I
am not nearly so nervous, no headache
or pain. I must say that Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the
best remedy any sick woman can take."
-Mrs. MARGARET QUINN, Rear 259
Worthen St., Lowell, Mass.
Other warning symptoms are a sense
of suffocation, hot flashes, headaches,
backaches, dread of impending evil,
timidity sounds in the ears, palpitation
of the heart, sparks before the eyes,
irregularities, constipation, variable
appetite, weakness, inquietude, and
If you need special advice write to
the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co.
(confidential), Lynn, Mass.
MAY FINISH JOBS IN
Washington, Aug. 6.--Delay in the
completion of the repairs on the in
terned German ships as a result of
labor disputes may cause the Navy
Department to take the work out of
I the hands of the contractors. Secre
tary Daniels today telegraphed the
shipbuilding companies which are put
ting the seized vessels in shape for
the seas, requesting that he be in
formed immediately as to the status
of the work. It was indicated that
unless there was prompt adjustment
Atlanta and Asheville
Commencing Sunday, July 8th, the
Atlantic Coast Line will inaugurate
a through sleeping car line between
Wilmington and Asheville, via Flor
ence, Sumter and Columbia, in con
nection with the Southern Railway
System, upon the following daily
Lv. Wilmington - - - 3:45 P. M.
Lv. Chadbourn - - - 5:30 P. M.
Ar. Florence - - 7:30 P. M.
Lv. Florence - - - - 7:55 P. M.
Lv. Sumtcr - - - .. - 9:25 P. M.
Ar. Columbia - - - -10:50 P. M.
Lv. Columbia - - - 11:50 P. M.
Ar. Spartanburg - 3:20 A. M.
Ar. Tryon - - _ - - 4:50 A. M.
Ar. Saluda - - - - - 5:15 A. M.
Ar. Flat Rock ..- - 5:35 A. M.
Ar. Hlendersonville - 5:50 A. M.
Ar. Asheville - - - - 7:00 A. M.
Returning: leave Asheville 4:10 P.
M., arrive Sumter 7:15 A. M., arrive
Wilmington 12:50 Noon.
This Sleeping Car service, wvhich
will be operated until Sept. 16th, will
afford comfortable accommodations
for passengers visiting the Mountains
of North Carolina.
Trhe old1 established through sleep
ing car line between Wilmington and
A tlanta will be continued via Augusta,
in connection wvith the Georgia Rail-.
road, upon01 the followvi:ig schedule's:
Lv. Wilmington . .. .. 7:55 P. Ml.
Lv'. Sumter-..- -----:30 P. Ml.
Ar. Orangeburg - .. .1:53 P. M.
, A r. Augusta (Eg. Time) 1:35 Night
A r. A tlanta (C. Time) 6:10 A. Ml.
I Wilmington 12:50 Noon.
1Returning: leave Atlanta 8:35 P.
.arive Sumter 7:20 A. M., arrive
Passengers muay remain in this car,
iln the U~nion Depot, wvhich is in the
heart or A tlandta, unt il 7:00 A. M., if
they so desire, and1( on account of the
earlier arrival of th is tra in, and the
use of the Union D~epot, convenient
connections maiy be mnade with
through (Observat ion- Dining-Sleeping
Ca r-Coach tra ins which leave from
samei stati:on for Chiicago, Cincinnati,
St. L~ouis, etc.
ni ia ic..; aire mladle at Sumter
withI above! trains by leaving Ma nniing
at 8:101 P. M. and equally good con
nections are madle returning.
lFor fares, tickets, etc., apply to
IfI (' lark, Ticket Agent, Manning,
Atlantic Coast Line
The Standcard RaIlroad of the Souath
For Infants and Children
in Use For Over 30OYears
of any difficulties causing delays, the
ships would be taken to government
London,. Aug. 6.-Gen. Maeovisky,
commander of the guard corps which
For the Ho
The best line Ranges
Stoves ever shown in 1V
The best Corn and C
Distributors, Harrows a
or two of those splendi
rows left at less than c<
The available s1
are the lowest in
countries that tI
"over fifty years.
Prices of mos
about doubled di
or three years.
casts a wheat c:
short of Americas
The reserve sui
far below normal
A nation at c
food than a natio:
Italy are short of
ly dependent on
and, unless some
tinue to fight eff
The South is ii
West and Nort
nually and is tl
drain on the nati<
to the nation's se
A pound of cott
ally buy less foi
We must raise
THE HOME BAIA
this year and comnme
the bo0l1 weevil. We
on hlandl that we will
of one or more bcshec
75 cents a peck ii
$2.40 a bushel in origJ
half bushlels each.
Onie-h~alf bushel a
three foot rows. Y
bushels an acre.
We cquarantee a c.
This is the most
that has ever been in
headedI the Russian retreat on the
southwest front, has been ordered shot
according to a dispatch to The Post
This sentence came after a court
martial which was ordered by Gen.
Korniloff, commander-in-chief, for
non-compliance with his orders to
Oil and Gasoline Cook
otton Planters, Guano
nd all Farm Tools. One
I two-horse Disc Har
st. -Come and see.
pplies of foodstuffs
iey have been for
t foodstuffs have
ring the past two
t crop report fore
rop which will be
)plies of meats are
var requires more
n at peace.
nd, Belgium and
food and are large
means is found of
they can not con
nporting from the
h $600,000,000 to
h of foodstuffs an
mus a tremendous
>n's food resources
is now a menace
on at 20c will actu
>dstuffs now than
what we eat.
ne~c qettingj readly for
have a supply of seed
sell at $2.50 a bushel
i qluantities less thani
inail bag~s 2 anid one0
~ill lant 0one acre in
ields from 16 to 40
ash market for all that c
promihsino nlew crop
troduced in this sec