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Sumter, South Carolina
After War Chevrolet prices reduced, on account of the lower prices of m;
We also announce the additions to the Chevi'olet Line of a much more i
will be known as the F. B. and will be much more attractive at a very smc
sooner or later replace.
Full line of cars expected shortly of all Models.
In addition to the passenger car line we will have a complete stock of Che
hi and lighting as standard equippment.
Also a full line of closed models in all' types.
List of Chevrolet Cars as follows:
Four-Ninety Touring .$ 735.00 F. A. Touring
Four-Ninety Roadster .$ 715.00 F. B. Roadster
Four-Ninety Coupe - . ...$1150.00 F. B. Touring
Four-Ninety Sedan . . $1185.00 F. B. Sedan .
F. A. Roadster . .. . . . $ 995.00 D. Touring, 8 (
SEE U BE
i Carolina Machiner
WIFE HAPPY OYER
HIS BIG APPETITE
Mrs.. Rogers Appreciates Husband's
Compliment to 11er Cooking I
ONCE SUFFERED MUCH
Mr. Rogers Suffered Long With Stom
ach Trouble But Was Restored
"My fine appetite certainly pleases
my wife, for she is a good cook and
likes to see me enjoy my meals," said
H. M. Rogers, of 105 Budd St., Elmira,
N. Y., in a story for men, and women,
too, who have a finicky appetite and
cannot eat the fine, nourishing meals
that are set before them.
"For a while," Mr. Rogers exp!ain
ed, "I couldn't eat any solid food. I
was continually bothered with gas and
bloating that made me feel as if I
were going to burst. My breath would
come short and I would have a suffed
up, suffocating feeling. It seemed to
affect my heart. My stomach was so
sore I could hardly touch it. I kept
doctoring and trying remedies, but
got worse instead of better. While I
was suffering so I kept hearing of a
new medicine, Tanlae, and conmence(d
t) take it. I didn't get any relief from
the first bottle, and I said to myself,
'Stung again,' but people told me to
give it a fair trial, and so I kept on.
In a little while I began to improve.
After my fourth bottle I felt fine.
The old appetite came back; I dlid not
have any more gas or bloating or suf
focating spells, and my stomach and
whole system were toned right up.
"That is all true," declared Mrs.
Rogers. "Tanlac worked wonders for
him, and we are glatf to tell our ex
perience to everyone. It is no use to
doubt this Tanlac; it does the work."
Tanlac is the Master Medicine for
ailments of stomach, liver and kidneys
and catarrhal affections, which so
often makes good after other medi
cines have failed.
''anlac, the Master Medicine, is sold
by Dickson's Drug Store, Manning;
H. W. Nettles, Jordan; Shaw & I'low
den, New Zion; Farmers' Supply Co.,
I Silver; D. C. Rhame, Summerton.
Colds Causb Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove the
cause. Thero is only one "iromo Quinine."
E. W. GROVE'S signature on box. 30c.
iterial and the large buying ci
efined, and larger four-cylind
dLi difference in cost over the
irolet one-ton trucks, equippe
Car . .- -$ 995.00
?Jar . .. $1135.00
.. ... $1685.00
syl. .. ..$1585.00
[HE PEACt ItRMS AS
OUT[INED BY FRANCE
Paris, Dec. 29.-The storm which
ias been threatening In the French I
Jhamber for the past four days broke -
his afternoon when Stephen Pichon, (
ninister of foreign affairs, amid vio
ent interruptions by the Socialists
md counter demonstrations by the
overnment supporters, outlined i
"rance's peace terms.
Publicity and Intervention. s
The minister declared that France t
s absolutely in agreement that full <
mublicity be given to the proceedings n
f the peace conference. Ile announc- e
d that intervention in Russia was in
vitable, but that it would be of a I
efensive character so far as French t
roops were concerned, and that if i
fl'ensive operations were undertaken, c
t must be Russian troops. t
It has been evident for the past
veek that the opponents of Premier
letence(au were determined to oh-.
truet in every possible way the
'oting of the budget of 10,500,000.000 1
'rancs for the first three months of
91) unless the government stated its I
ieace terms either through Premier
lemenceau or M. Pichon. 3ut it was
1ot expected that the government
vould do so before Monday.
M. Franklin-Bouillon, of the comn
nittee of foreign affairs, brought matt
ers to a head, however, by a violent
ittack on Ml. i'ichon and the govern
ment's foreign policy.
Since Thursday the government
bench has sat in obdurate silence, re
fusing to reply to any queries; hut
when M. Pichon ascended the tribute
this afternoon he was ready to an
swer. Ile declared:
No Secret Diplomacy.
"First-That the government was
in accord that the utnost publicity
should be given the peace conference,
thus replying to the interpellation of l
the Socialist deputy, Marcel Cachin, of
last Friday, when he asked Prem icr
Clemenceau to state whether secret
diplomacy would be abandoned in the
peace conference and the discussion
given all publicity.
League of Nations.
"Second-That the French Govern
ment has adopted the principle of a
league of nations and is now busy
working towards its effective realiza
tion, thus replying to the interpella
tion of the Socialist, M. Birache.
"''llird-That the government does
not desire any annexation, but re
serves the right to fix the Alsace
Lorraine frontiers, to guard against
future attack, thus replying to M.
"Fourth.---'T'hat the government does
not think that the question of diplo
matic representation of the Vatical
arises at the present moment.
Upon Russian intervention, M.
Pichon explained, reading from in
structions issued by Premier Clemen
ceau to the general commanding, that
such intervention was not oflfensive
pacities of the Chevrolet Co
er car, both in touring car' a
[resent Model F. A., which
d with all styles of bodlies. T
1-Ton with express boc(
1-Ton with expreCss bo0
and eight post top -
(Prices F. 0. B. Fai
or the time boint, but defensive,'1
rder to prevent the Bolsheviki from
nvading Ukraine, the Caucasus and
'Western Siberia. In the future an of
ensive intervention might be necs.
ary in order to destroy Bolshevism,
uch an operation must be carried out
y Russian troops, of which !10,4000
vere at the present time ready at .,.
While M. Pichon was reading M.
ilemenceau's instructions pandemon
um broke loose in the Socialist hench.
"The war is beginning anew," they
houted. M. Deschanel. president of
he chamber, threatened to have one
f the most unruly of the Socialist
iembers ejected. M. Pichon weather
d the storm calmly. Ile refused per
mptorily to answer whether the
reneh Government was prepared at
he present time to maki'i<e public the
ames of its delegates to the peace
onference. ''he chamber must give
he govern ment its contidence, he said.
The cnhtbier was agzain in an up
oar in which it was noted that others
oined with the Socialists.
The chamlber is holding a session
his evening, as the budget must be
'oted before mniiiii lit, December :t,
>y both the ehamnher and the Semte.
There were three st'ssions today and
wo have been held every day this
veek. let. only one vote on strictly
mr ntIy lines was taken. 'T'his was on
"iday vhen tI' government. did not
ost. any sI rem.:th, des ite the widely
01dvertisel onslaughit of its opponents.
Paris, Dee. ). (lavas.)--Tn the
,nurse of the d isenssion of provis
sioial credits in thy ('hamiber of
Deputies today lenry Franklin -Bouii
lon, former minister of missions
abroad and vice presid ent of the for
aign afl'airs committee of the eham
her said the Ouestion of Alsace-Lor-.
rainc and of the Sarre basin, accord
ing to the committee on forei';n af
fairs, former one problem for settle
"It call not. he admit ted," said \l.
F'raniklin- louillon, "that we had not
taken hack the mines of the Sarre
that Prussia stole from us in 1815
as she s;olc Alsace Li orra in in 1871.
On the other hand the commission is
opposed to making of men citizens
against their will.
The speaker declared that the con
mittee was unani monls that the land
on the left hank of the Rhine must
he used no more for enemy concc'ntra
t.ion against Fratuce.
"Not a soldier nor a fort must re
main on the left bank of the Rhine
or in a 'zone forty kilometers from
the right bank," he declared.
Concerning Russia, the speaker said
he thought intervention necessary, but
that it should not be purely mii
taristic. "Our Allies should contribute
to this intervention on a larger scale
than we," the speaker continued,
"hecause of our sacrifices. We could
participate by giving a staff of ofiui
cers and volunteers with high pay."
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