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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Keep the old Ford running-it'll never wear
out if you let us take care of it. Bring it in
and we'll make it run like-new. These war
time days call for saving. There's not a big
Bew re ger saver of time and money
than ,ne Ford car. But it
of Poor must be kept in running
shape and that's our busi
ness. Ford mechanics, Ford
materials, Ford excellence with Ford low
prices. Let us look after your car.
F. R. Dingle Motor Works,
SUMMERTON, S. C.
- If it's to be had in
Summerton, you will
find it at T ROY'S.
H. P. TROY,
SUMMERTON, S. C.
"Home of Inviting Eatables"
Gasoline and Lubricating Oil.
I Summerton Hardwar
SUMMERTON, S. 4
More Value for Less Mc
Sept. 29 Beginni
I Stove and Rang<
Save money by supplying you
during this week.
I On these Articles we Lead
McCormick and Deer
Empire Jr. Grain
- Lime Spreaders
A large Stock of
* Collars sand Bridl
. Good prices---Competii
* Trade where your dollar has th
SUMMERTON HARD WA
Y E. COPELA
Miss Mario Williams of Charles
ton is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Williams.
Miss Gertrude Colclough spent
several (lays in Charleston last week.
Mr. Chas. B. Davis is in Charleston
Messrs. E. P. and E. O. Rowe spent
several days in Charleston this week.
Several folks left Tuesday to at
tend the State Fair at Columbia.
hIere's hoping they have an enjoyable
Mr. Eugene Tennant of Charleston
spent several days in town recently
visiting his mother, Mrs. J. E. Ten
Several prominent farmers in apd
around Summerton have purchased
Fordson Tractors and some are be
ginning to put them to use. This ex
periment is new in this sect i-n
although the demonstrations prove it
a very practical operation and ei
pecially so where we have labor as
scarce as it is here at this time. It
is hoped that they will prove a decided
benefit to our farmers whoahave to
try them and that their coming will
begin a campaign of progressiveness
against the boll weevil.
The two local ginning institutions
located here have about caught up
with the bulk of the ginning and are
having idle times now. A good por
tion of the crop is still in the cut':on
houses around about on the farms and
the farmers are awaiting the rush to
be over before they make a start.
However the amount yet not ginned is
not a' great deal.
Long staple cotton seems to be in
great demand this season as some
brought as high as 64 cents on the
local market last week. Several say
this is the highest price ever paid for
cotton on the local market. There
was very little planted in this section
this year due to the low market for
same last year.
FIVE SHOT DURING RIOT
Utica, N. Y., Oct. 28.-Utica was
quiet tonight following a riot here
early today by striking - textile and
clothing workers, during which five
persons were :hot by the police. The
persons wounded were members of a
e Comp'y I
a Week 3
;jon not counted. I
e most cents. * h
Anderson Woman Says She Suffered
NOTED GREAT CHANGE
"Tanlac Is Due A Strong Recommen- t
dation," She Gratefully Declares
More than a year after she had
taken Tanlac, Mrs. Martha Beasley,
of 49 Marshall St., Anderson, S. C.,
told of the "lasting benefits" Tanlac
gave her in the following statement.
"I had suffered from a very bad
form of indigestion for twenty-five
years or more," said Mrs. Beasley. "I
hurt so badly frequently that it seem
ed something like a knife was stick
ing between my shoulders. Then, too,
I had awful choking spells and ter
rible headaches. I had had . these
spells so long I did not feel right for
. time after the Tanlae; broke them
up. Gas formed in great quantities
on my stomach, my liver was slug
gish and I was ,very nervou8.
"It was more than a year ago when
started taking Tanlac, and the bene
fit it gave me was lasting. The
remedy stopped the choking spells and
ended those awful headaches. I am
ot troubled with indigestion now, and
really feel fine. My appreciation of
:he value of Tanlac increases as time
passes, for time is showing me that
the good results Tanlac gave me are
"Tanlac is due a strong recommet
lation and I am glad to give it, for
he remedy improved my condition so
much in every way that I think it has
to equal as a stomach medicine and
Tanlac, the Master Medicine, i.; sold
w Dickson': Drug Store, -Manning;
FR. W. Nettles, .Jordan; Shaw & Plow
len, New Zion; Farmers' Supply Co.,
Silver; D. C. Rhame, Summetron.
mob of strikers which attacked a po
ice squad of twenty-seven ollicers
mn duty at a textile phlmt.
The strikers have been out for nine
weeks and their places in the plants
tmve been filled.
In reply to a request from Mayor
smith, of Utica, for State troops, Gov
rnor Smith, at Albany, saidl they
vould be sent if the situation got be
rond control of the local authorities.
BREWERS '1o TES'l' ,AW
New York, Oct. 28.--Upon being ad
ised that the Senate had overridden
he President's veto of the( prohibition
ill, the United Brewers' Association
ntnouncedl tonight that a suit would
e brought in the courts to test thte
onstitutionality of thte lawv. Its
temb~ers wvil lablide by thte termts of
Pursuant to order of J. M. Wind
am, .Judle of Probat'e, i will sell at
,ntmmerton. S. C., on Thursday, Nov'- t<
mber 6, 1919 at 11 o'clock in the fore- b
oon to thte highest bidder for cashtI
he following desc ribed personal pro
erty belonging to estate of M. 1B.
One Overland Roaister tom oboile, r*
b~out I -3 ba rrel lubricating o.il.
t-c. Admntistra tor.
ee Your Liver Active, YourV
System ,Purified an:l Free From q
Colds by Taking Calotabs,
the Nausealess Calomel
Tablets, that are De
lightful, Safe and
Physvicians and Drugt. gisits nre adv is
Ig thioir f'riendsI to keep their systems
irified and t hir o rgans in perftect
ork inig order as a priot ect ion against
'e return of iniflutenza. The.y know
int a (logged u p syst em and a lazyv
ver favor colds, influenuza and serions
'To cumt short a cold1( overnight end to
revent serious comp~hllicat ions take one
alotab at bedt~limei withI a swvallowv of
at or-t hat's all. No salts, no nausea,
griping, no sieketning fte r ceftfects.
ext mnorning yor coldh has van ished,
nor liver is act- is e, your i4ystemi is puri
od and refreshed andl you are feeling
in with a hearty' appijto for break
st . Eat what you lease-nmo da nger.
(Calotabs are sold only in oriinaol
aled packag~es, price tirty-five cents.
very d rnggist is ant horized to refund1,
or money if you ar- mtn perfectly
liglbted with Calah.-(Adl.)
May be a blessin
wisely and freely
for Stock. We :
Barbed and Wog
And Guns for
If you have no Mail
Of all kinds. 1
Take care of yot
you sell, try
Before anyone else. J
ie law, the announcements saidl, bu0
Ue association has been adtvisedl by it
>unsel that it is unconstitutional.
MIOSES AMlENI)MENTr Li
Wash5j1ing ton, Oct. 28.-The senat
ght ov'~er thet peace treaty- was at;
:ta ndstillI to(1hiy, the only reference
the treaty during the tong sessio,
ting incidental Ito the pr'ohition1 dIe
TIomorr'ow the leaders ho pe to ye
vo0te( on the last of the amendmem:e
ptor'ted by the foreign) rebtin con) (1
ittee, that by Senator Mloses, liepub
can, New llampshire, to excetti at
the British dom in ions from t akim
art in any league dlecision1 atfect ing
ny one of them.
EPOlt'T 01F EXl',0%;ION
OF'FICIA I,.Y I)EN I El
Charuleston, W1. Va., Ocet. 2X. --Re0
arts that a serious mfline (explosioI
adC icured today in Raht-igh County
Test Virginia, were (em1phaticalb~
enied tonight by oflicials of thI
tate dtepartment of mines. A
iorough invest iga tion has been mm h
Ie de~paritment anunouncedl, and n<(
If you have farms or city propt
subdivide and sell your propert
prolitably for you.
Far Lands Our Specia
Nbncry-&vcn TIhousand Six Hundr
Land amounting to over FIVE
1918. Write for bo
~r~~VES ~mation about our a1
"THE NAME 1
S Reference: Any banko
g to those who use
have a carload of
$85 for $50;
$65 for $40.
deers, doves and
Box to put your order
td them at
TON, S. C.
es and Skins
ighest Prices Paid
r hides and before
Vext to Candy Kitchen.
t evidence of an ex ilos ion of c ii_
luence was found.
We atched you dlear father fadine
But l it tle did we kiow
TOuit 44n this; day a year au-o.
3On Sur sou fromai usiud eo.
On(Jly thos4e who knew you father.
( an really' unduerstand.
I[ow we mais,' your happy smile,
Anrd thei ebisp of y'ouri deari hand!.
D ea rest papaii we iss y~ou,
l'or to us you've' bieen good and lea r,
A ri of ten our hearits gieves us,
X#hen we see youri vacant chair.
in loving remembnilranee of iiy ,!4uii
husheandu who departedl this life one
year ago todaiy October 2:i, 191s.
Youri face we wvillI never mlore .e heire
It's laid b~feneath the sod,
.lHe is not here with us'tol be'
ills home is now with God.
Oh, my darling- how we miss re
And our hearts are filled with pain
Hutnayoie seems sweertv savino.
Courage wesalme in
Pies Cured ini 6 to 1 4 D~ays
Drruglgit :e'i' moneoh" if PA7'.) OliNfMF.N tn&
1i':tanitly reiiv'tu thi-' Pilu. (1444 you ca(n t!"
resitful sleecp afrer ii b-- r f ir t a ;41!li tion. Priocei0c.
rty for sale, wtrite us Wec will ,
y AlT A UC CTION qulickly and
d and Eip/ty-E ipt ac r 's o f air m
Mll L Ll()N D(OL L ARS sod in
1klet of endor semenits andt infor
AST REALTY COMPANY
HAT JUSTIFIE~S YOUR CONFIDENCE"U
580fKG, VA. and GREENVILLE, N. C. *
in etrsbrg V. Geenile.N. C