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. GOOD ROADS
Columbia, Jan. 16.-It is incC
ceivable to me that South Caroli
through its General Assembly now
session will not join her sister Stai
in the formulation of a wise poli
of progressive road building, "si
George R. Wheeler, manager Sou
Carolina Landowners' Association.
Mr. Wheeler has'just returned fr<
Florida and while there he made a q
vey of the peninsular State's supc
system of hard-surfaced highwa;
He gave his opinion that the go
roads of Florida had as much to
with attracting tourists to the Stc
as its climate, and are chiefly respc
sible for the large numbers of st
stantial and, oftimes, wealthy pool
who have settled there.
MKr. Wheeler said that he belies
that should South Carolina emuk
Florida's example and construct
State system of land surfaced ron
Perfect Health I
Almost Evef-y Human Ailme
Is Directly Traceable to Im
purities in the Blood.
You should pay particular he<
to any indication that your bloc
supply is becoming sluggish, 4
that there is a lessening in j
strong and vital force.
By keeping your blood cleansi
your system more easily wards c
disease that is ever present, wai
ing to attack wherever there is a
A /1 \ .1 1
These are what
that you want
retained and ch
A jewelry store is th
This is the jev
OUR STOCK IS St
W HE N YOU T H INK C
ene and c
Ave welfrtunateoeha ing a
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vey ui PAXV i li ing:
connecting with continuous States
there is no reason why the thousands
of tourists traversing these highways
would not be attracted to South Caro
n lina and settle here, some of them
in permanently. Mr. Wheeler said that
es the automobiles of 90 per cent of the l'
cy t urists visiting Florida are shipped
Lid there either by boat or rail because of
th the inferior roads of this section.
"You can see," he said, "what an A
economic los sthis entails on the State
ur of South Carolina. If it had a system
rb o fhard-surfaced roads connecting
like highways from the East to the tl
od South; it would cause tourists to t,
do travel by automobiles through this g
to section, and thousands of dollars a
n would be spent in this State by these p
b- tourists." A
>le Mr. Wheeler asks this question: N
"Can South Carolina," with all her t<
es wealth in taxable property, banking ('
te resources and government resources, h
a afford to be contented with her pre
(is sent road building program, while her g
Blood Is Kept Pure
at opening. A few bottles of S. S. S., 1I
the great vegetable blood mcdi- fi
cine, will revitalize your blood and m
give you new strength and a hi
d I icalthy, vigorous vitality. Every
d one ncds it just now to keep the lIi
r system in perfect conidition. Go TI
ts to your drug store and get a bottle o
to-day, and if you ieel any mcdi
d cal advice, you can oItait it with
if out cost by writ iting to Medical Dl.
t- rector, Swift S:pecificj Co., 46 Swift b
n Laboratory, At lanit. Ga.
LITY, CHARM, p
you want in a gift
to be remembered,
e place to buy such gifts. h
elry store for you. N
[GGESTIVE OF. GIFTS.
F JEWELRY - THINK OP
- L5.C ROL/NA .
s, Pumps, Cylin- ~'
el an toa l mines, an i It utnet th-I
>d stocik of I'ipe. l'ittiniw-, etc.
UTPPLY COMPIIANY S
rj Motor Co.~
an all makes of cars.
LLE, S. C.
ID SO MUCH TO AID
HER BOYS AND GIRLS
irs. Cathey Tells of Results Taulag
"IT SURlE IS FINE"
nderson Woman Says She Is Glad to
Recommend If Publicly.
"I am glad to recommend Tanlac to
te public, for it has done so much
> give back health to my boys and
iris and other relatives. It sure is
fine medicine," declared Mrs. Jose
hine Cathey, of No. 12 R. Street,
nderson, in a statement she gave
ay 25, 1917. Her husband, a daugh
!r, a son and daughter--in-law, Mrs.
athey said, had all been greatly
:Aped by Tanlac.
"My husband suffered from indi
:stion and he was troubled :1 lot with
.ataclhes, id also his appetite was
td. le complained frequently of be
g weak and run down. ly daugh
r, Mattie, had about the same
ouble her father did-iligestion,
r'vousness and terrible headaches.
r. Cathey thinks 'Tanlae is a might'
le medicine, for it helped him so
uch. Nowl he never complains of
s troubles for which he took Tan
e, and Tanlac got him in fine shape.
he Tanlac just made a new perso:'
'my daughter, Mattie, and had her
fine health. It sure is one more
)od remedy. One of my mar:ed
>ys and his wife also took Tanlac
id it helped them a lot.
Tanlae, the Master ledicine, is sold
Dickson's Drug Store, Manning;
W. Nettles, .Jordan; Shaw & Plow
n, New Zion: Farmors' Supply Co.,
lver, 1). O. Ilhame, Sunimnerton.
ster States are aqppropria ting money
the millions for State highways'?
or instance, Alai;e is going to spend
2,000,000 for State highway , Ala
mia, $25,000,001), Florida $:3,M010,004;
ew York. :50,000.000; Illinois, $00t,
10,0(10; Idaho, $15,0(00,00; Virginia,
(,1000,00); Georgia, $5(1,1)011 (110; Ar
tnsas, $80,0(0,00(J, :anti n 'n'etessve
(,th().(0(0. North Carolina is lij
ise cotsilering Iegislat ion for im
Clement S. IJeker, of ailt imore,
eeutive Vice president of the South
n Settlement aid Development or
tniization, with which tie South CaoI
is I .atndowners' Assocvia tion is at
inted, in 1 recent letter to variios
velopiment associations of the South
st has this to say relative to a gn-at
md-surfaced highway from the
orth to the South.
"\\e alreaily have a continuou.
aaimtti highway from Baltimore to l
ashin5gton. Now, since the South
n States undobutedly wouhd huibd
>od roads with federal aid, I feel
at our coibintled intfluem-ie oulit to
e to it that a road was built from
ashington to Itic'hnunni, itichmondl
R Ialeigh, IRaleigh to Columbia, and
ten on dIownV the most, expeditious
mtte to \liani, atd at a later date,
an(hlles of this should be olvionte,
poissile, fronm Norfolk toi W\ilmting
in, Wviltmingtion tio Ciniarhstont, fiut
riges have toi be atny how~ ottntr
latter, matl I feel sur e it would mot
2 a fat' strtchv to get vonigti-issionah
id. ('ven ini the bridge builog.
"Th'lin, what I have tfurtheror ini
ind. is that each oif thnese' State
nOul b e itilatied to i bthlti ii onnenta
ue's alon gthese' tiaid, ami iat h.
cut Car ft hnia, (;e tori o i lvd
otls ou ih ietn an- th Io
n Iin tes uote'lsi, sh'i b fu
mtil att (vtry onlehal iiiayu's a
wri abiol boo a oune I \lu on.
niii ut otut er n. i i h I :it ,alv -ta
(*iit f l is atI the I ly l
ilvar iou luut i ties .,hihiixte d i
t! '. N(it'l cii id . n nit Ilt
ielhl towian fori li lliso
li l' it ot Iitii te in t is i. (ii II ol
igc yeatPilin, i wher e n lSart ee
eiierni t f thne Soutdha h utolt 'lit
o 'etosi Am, con1 tt tie ,. iel in o
in which all
to be bestI
I to-date plan'
F. S. ROYS
SNorfolk, Va, Richmond, Va.
IWashiington, N. C. Sr.
tnhia thisf \\tI : xx ll.ttk ~tliu i ; 11 the
teuitft1",f tat' utIlt ithl' it
tutte. II el it tH1itlIie ;1 il~tti'ijIt jjsl
ftIfti l i ove f i.tt ItittitI statst c h
t\X 11 fit by f t ht I rtIi iii t i ll li I/ for~i
I tt i iii ft let xxiaul. wit tet I Ihit
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.\ 1" i wa s I it e
r ' li t ss a I n !1 I l : r
hil luItl* C)" il R C:l's JISJk I
.':;4 ~ lrl ht'I:(1111 t
hree very extensive chernic
materials are thoroughly tes1
s can ever enter into Royster
foreign markets are picked
v materials, then I formub:
on which my life-time e.
For each crop for which,
e results of all this care L
ixture which is really the "
o, you see, I am justified in fe<
Products, which come froir <
Lynchburg, Va. Tarboro, N. C.
)artanburg, S. C. Atlanta, Ga. Ma
Ala. Baltnimcre, Md. Toledo, 0
'lt lll stit!c i l-lh autlei)ritit'
\\ uho Iut c pti on of those i
hre of tilt- ht'aflth <!tp}u-rtmemst. ,
the citi-s and the :t the
\lr. \\'irn it n Ii uml ii n t Ial
eri ty at ~ia l nk i b ' t.
.-ii I "It it he I :tst ate( as yet w h:
l s :' I I fo itb (' Ay
i luse' a re_'tor I t~ l ii no t ' en l om i
l h it itij}:t ll et !h l t e. ;\ i t.,i ti !
ti till S it t t i tte t \' :u '
hi-"l he il at which t':iun i}' gi n mn:ol:
\ . i' :i:. i .\: i su it "
.1.. te report. lie rt is will bh'o'
'! - t li i ititr !y by this : m
1 it h i t t ributi n of ;Ii !
Frost Proof (
ereda Du)roc Jerst:
MANN1N(. S. C.
ed. No harm
over for the
them in just
iilizer is in
ast word" in
:ling proud of
ur: fifteen up
Charlotte, N. C, Columbia, S. C.
:on, Ga. Columbus, Ga.
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