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the best remedy for my trouble;
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taking it, and the annoying
peared."-Mrs. M. GODDEN, 925
North Haven, Conn.--"Lydli
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had failed when passing throul
is nothing like'it to overcome
-Mrs. FLORENCE ISELLA, Box
HOUSE VOTES COUNTRY
DRY DESPITE VETO
President Returns Measure, Objecting
to Inclusion of Emergency
NO WET SPELL IN VIEW
Similar Action in Senate Is Consider
ed Likely and Long D-outh Is in
Washington, Oct. 27.-President Wil
son unexpectedly vetoed the prohibi
tion enforcement bill today end within
three hours the House had repassed it
over his veto by a vote of 176 to 55.
The total vote was barely more than
a majority of the entire membership.
Dry leaders in the Senate immedi
ately began laying plans to repass
the bill there. They expect to ask un
animous consent for its consideration
tomorrow, claiming enough votes to
put it through.
They expect to act on it by Wednes
(ay at the latest.
f. o. b. St. Louis
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Red Seal Continental
3%x5 motor; Covert
dlisc clutch ~Jbosch nmag
neto; 4 piece cast shell,
cellular type radiator;
drop forged~ front axle
Timken roller hearings;
Russel rent' axle, inter- ..
nal gear, roller bear-'
ings; semi-elliptic front i
and rear springs; 6
inch U-channel frame;
Standard Fisk tires, 34
xil 1-2 front, 34x5 rear;
133-inch wheelbase; 122
inch length of frame.
behind dIriver's seat; oil
cup lubricating system;
chassis painted, striped
andl varnished; dIriver's
,lazy~back seat and
'cushion regular equip
ment. <Pneumatic cordl
tire equipment at extra
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ears of ago and had all
change - heat flashes,
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97, North Haven, Conn.
set record for the
The president refused to sign the
bill because it included the enforce
ment of war-time prohibition.
The objects of war-time prohibition
the president said in his veto, had
been satisfied and 'sound public policy
makes clear the reason and necessity
for its rep~eal.".
It would not be difficult, the Presi
dent held, for Congress to deal sepa
rately with the two issues.
The veto hit Congress unexpectedly.
The House, getting on its feet again,
deserted its leader, who wanted to
defer consideration until Thursday so
as to round up all the dry members.
But the drys swept into the chamber
and showed there was overwhelming
sentiment among thed to give the
government ample weapons for deal
ing with the liquor traffis.
Nobody had really professed to know
the president would veto the bill. Re
publihans and Democrats alike, , and
the countless multitude that had sor
rowfully watched the passing of the
bars, thought it would become a law
without his signature.
But the president propped up in bed,
dictated and then signed a veto mes
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towet Prow prices hcpr
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TTraffic's apciyts the auln
Farme. A'euiped trc Traimp
to acep low prices which-pb.
ket-he. ca sel in mo arktst
adstheibutrslfor thParkf Sui
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sage and sent it along to Congress, jec
without worrying, apparently, what gre
Congress might do. Ima'
With repassage of the law by the
House and the prospect of the same
thing happening in the Senate, hope enf
of the big "wet" spell that would run vet
over the Christmas season vanished. Sot
Prohibition leaders predicted re- vet
fusal of the House to accept the Pres- vet
ident's veto meant that the sale of
liquor would not be permitted again er
in this and many other generations. fou
The reasons for vetoing the act bei
were set forth by the President in the the
following message to Congress: \o
"To the House of Representatives: Ith
"I am returning, without my signa- pli
ture, H. R. 6,810, 'An aet 'tp. pi' >1it
intoxicating beverages, an to .agulate
the manufacture,,.productior. use And
sale of high proof spirits for other
than beverage purposes, and to insure
an ample supply of alcohol and pro
the Quinine That Does Not Affect the Head W1
Because of Its tonic and laxative effect. IAXA.
TIVIf BROMO QUININE is better than ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
ringing in head. Remember the full name and
for the sisnature of E. W. GROVE. 3'c.
it te ams Bs e 'th th
re tie/atera a - a
it 4. Tr-h.cni nk in the ...ld rof
e its use in scientific reseatch and tii
he development of fuel, dye and 4
?h lawful industries,' th
rhe subject matter treated in t'is
sure deals will two distirst g<
ses of the prohibition legislation. do
part of the act under considera- al
seeks to enforce war-time prohi- to
)n. The other provides for the en- th
ement which was made necessary bi
the adoption of the constitutional p1
mdment. I object to and can not II
rove that part of this legislation v<
h reference to war-time prohibi- n
It has to do with the enforcement hi
an act which was pass d by rea- al
of the emergencies of the war ui
whose objects have been satisfied o'
:he demobilization of the army and -
y, and whose repeal I have already
ght at the hands .of Congress
ere the purposes or particular leg
tion arising out of war emergency
'e been satisfied, sound public po0- B
makes clear the reason and neces
r for repeal. ,
ft will not be dificult for Congress
considering this important mabter t<
separate these two questions and c
etively to legislate regarding them,
king the Proper ditsinction be
en temporary causCs which arose is
of war-time emergencies and P
se like the constitutional amend- .
it of prohibition which is now part
the fundamental law of the coon
In all matters having to do with
personal habits and Castoms of
e numbers of our peoplek we must
certain that the established pro
-es of legal change are followed.
no other way can the salutary ob
sought to be accomplished by
at reforms of this character be
ic satisfactory and permanent.
Signed) "Woodrow Wilson."
An overwhelming vote to pass the L
orcement bill over the President's ..
a was cast by members from the
thern States. Forty-eight of them
Ad to override the veto while eight
ed to sustain the President.
he veto, coming in the evening aft
he customary hour of adjournment
nd several members absent, there H
ig scarcely more than one-half of
members voting on the final call. L
es by State delegations not listing
sg' who were abs"nt, not voting or L
red, follow in part: L
atson, Woods, lla'rrison and Flood .
yrnes, Dominick, Mann and Ste- L
3rinson, Stedman, Doughton and
lark, Crisp, Wright, Upshaw, Lee, I
And, Vinson, Lankford and Larsen. j
)ne hope remains for the talked of
et spell" before prohibition be
nes effective by constitutional V
endment in January.
It is that the German pea0ce treaty
y be ratified, and that the President
Ly dleclare pecace and demobilIizationj
the army and navy. Some legal ex
rLs contendl that woul automat ical-.
anntil the war-time prohibition lawv.
But there is a legal question involv- |
as to wvhether the ratification of I
treaty with Giermany alone will ae-j
mplish that end. The war-t me
nhibition act was passedl at a time
ten the United States was at w'.ar,
th both Germany and Austi'ia-Hun-~
ry. H ostil ities, however, actually I
d (cased. Some law .oflicers her'iI
e incIlinedl to bel ieve that it may not
endled uint i li bot trea ies are rati -
On the oitherI hanid , friends of the
ministration wVho pr'ofess to kniow
plans say they (expect to see the I
tr-ti me proh ibi tion hran 1 lifted by
esidlent ial pr'oclamnat ion a:; soonl as
German treaty is ratified.
The Hlouse was inl an upr)Ioar when
2 President's message was readl.
rnerver-e standling in all parts
the chamber, many clamoring for.
2(gnit ion, but Chairman Volstead,
the judliciary committee, which I
tmedl the bill, was given the floor. I
eustodlian of the measure, he movedj
1t c'onsidleration of the veto be de
'red until Thursday. What he was.
ping to\ say could not be heard for
*re was a general hubbub, and mem
rs swarmedl in fro'nt of the speak
s sttandI exactly after the manner of
excitedl crowdl at a race track bet
WHOM ITl MAY CON('ERN:
We, the undlersigned Trustees of
I H armony Cemetery, ask that all
o are interestedl or hiave dlead in
s C.eme'tery, come forward and pur
ise titles to lots in saId Cemetery,
hereafter, they will not have the
ivilege of burying in this Cemetery.
We believe this to be- the only safe
Ly of protecting our loved ones, who
ve been buried in this Cemetery,
dI feel sure that tiose interested
11 make arrangements with the
ustees without further notice. The
mcy from purchase of lots is to be
ed for the keeping uip of said Ceme
This Cemetery has been purchased
A. R. Chandler, A. J. Tindal, E. II.
ndlal. A. C. White. 4t-pd.
ig ring. Finally a 'shout that the
ouse was not in order helped quiet
The hubbub and the wrangle kept
ling while Republican Leader Mon
11, demanding the right to be heard
lead of fifty others, who were trying
catch the speaker's eye, finally got
e floor ,told how the prohibition
}I affected the welfare of all the peo
e, which made it necessary that the
ouse have everybody present when
ting time came. This plea was
ade after Chairman Volstead had
kced unanimous consent to withdraw
s motion. There were many motions
ter that and a number of roll calls
itil the final vote was taken at 7
I'ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon
COURT Ole PROI1ATIC.
y J. M. Windham, Judge of Proba..
To Selina Levi Executrix of the ast
ill and Testament of the Estate of
Whereas it has been made to appear
my satisfaction, that you have
tanged yo'ir domicile to a place be
)nd the limits of this State, for ten
You are hereby cited and ad mon
hed to be and appear before me in
arson, in the Court of Probate to be
Flooring, Ceiling, Si
We also have Long
ing. We ship promptly
or too large for our ati
Write us for price.
Phone No. 56
F STOP that I
H Have your 1lumbing
We are here to (1o th
We absolutely guarn
F prices are the cheapest it
The Shop next doo:
R. L. D
to save m oney( is to, put it 0in a
It is~ not w hat you muight have:
did not save
Remembher, when you spendI a dle
a nother mant lace h is foot abovi
The greait gamtie is to slave and
A great ga me is to SAVE.
T lhere is much more fieh I in * 6
institution and begin NOW.
T. M. MOU
' Highest Price'
ield at Manning, S. C., on Monday the
tth day of December at Ii o'clock in
he forenoon, then and there, to show
ause, if any you can why you should
ot make and render before me, a true,
ust and faithful account of your Ad
inistration of the said Estate.
And also to disprove a change of
lomicile to a place beyond the limits
>f this State.
hereof fail not at your peril.
Given under my hand andi seal this
13th day of October in the year of
ur Lord One Thousand Nine Hlunda
red and Ninteen.
.J. M. WINI)HAM,
t Jtl(lge of Probate. (Seal)
NOTICE OF DISCH ARGE
I, will apply to the Judge of Pro
>ate for Cla renlon (ounty on the 17th
lay of November 1919; at 11 o'clock
,. in. for Letters of Discharge as
:guardian for Georgia Anna 'Cobia,
low Georgia Annaa lancoelh, former
y a minor.
Benjamin B. Cobia,
Manning, S. C., Oct. i-I, 1919. 3t-pd
No Worms in a Healthy Child
All children troubled with worms have an uu-.
lealthy color. which indicates poor blood, and as a
ule, there is more or less stomach disturbance.
ROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly
or two or three weeks will enrich the blood, imi
trove the digestion, and act as a General Strength
mng Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
hrowoff or dispel the worms. and the Child will be
u perfect 'alth. Pitea-t to take. 60c per bottin.
ding, Shingles, Lath
and Short Leaf Fram
and no order too small
Sumter, S. C.
looked after before cold
at kind of work.
Ltee our work, and our
: to Express office.
aIed thait out. i: i wht yoin
lIar folitshly,~ you may be hlin.
ou g wnmtrtt.
lat ter---east your it wit-h a go
r Home People
and Fur Co.
JG, S. C.