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comfort that bad r
seem to ride like g<
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of larger cars of lt
base, with the ligi
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in riding wheelbase.
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od roads. Lite starting
>ng wheel- high class, in
t weight, general chara
HARVIN MOTOR CO.
Manning, S. C.
by the famou:
will repair si
ali boys like t
All tte sts
ol and low fuel
:nse of 100-inch
and lighting and
keeping with the
cter of the car.
Bdded Clothes swertain
3 Dubbelbilt guarantee.
~s' wear, wtthou~t rip, ho
~r of style~ is taken car e of
et ican- boy style in Dubbi
indar d colors and mixture
NO HOPE FOR LABOR PARTY
CANDIDATES SAYS GOMPERS
Union Leader Makes Bitter Attack or
Head of Indiana State Labor
Party, Says "Day of Reckoning
Is at Hand."
Washington, Feb. 22.-Formation of
a political labor party would be
"detrimental to the interests of labot
and exactly in line with that which is
most ardently desired by those who
seek to oppress labov," Samuel Gon
pers declared in a letter to William
Mitch, of Indianapolis a leader of the
Indiana State Labor party, made pub
lic here today.
Mr. Gompers wrote in reply to a
telegram from Mitch and his asso
ciates supporting the action of the
Indiana State Labor party in opposing
the political declaration of the Amer
ican Federation of Labor calling on
organized working men to elect their
friends and defeat their enemies.
Mitch's telegram declared in favor of
making the fight solely through a
"By what right," Mr. Gompers let
ter said. "do you assume to declare
the work and the policy of the Amer
ican Federation of Labor to be im
practical? Surely the results achieved
in the interest of the workers demon
strate the utter fallacy of your as
"By your declaration you assert thc
practicability of the course you de
elare you will pursue. What experi
en(e have you had with your political
party upon which to base so absurd
"Of this one thing you may rest as
sured, that the day of reckoning is
at hand for all of those who are in
antagonism to the cause of labor, and
for those who are subtle and equally
guilty even though they clothe their
actions in the robes 'f pretended
"When you shall have learned thc
lesson o fthe real struggle of labor
ger, because they
They are Dniilt to
that it is backed
le, or tear; or we
too. There's the
albilt Clothes, that
upwards to $36. 75.
A MERCIL[8 JUDGE
One Who Shows No Favor.
A merciless judge is Father Time.
Before him the weak and the wanting
go to the wall. Only the truth can
stand. For years the following state.
m.mt from a Alanning resident has
withstood this sternest of all tests.
Mrs. R. L. Logan, W. Boundary St.,
Manning, gave the following state
ment January 30, 1911: "I have
been greatly relieved anl benefited by
I)oan's Kidney Pills. I suffered with
my back and kidneys and I couldn't
sleep ve! nights. I got )oan's Kid
ney Pills and they relieved me wond
erfully of all my trouble."
GONE FOR GOOD.
On February 15, 1918, Airs. Logln
said: "The cure Doan's Kidney Pills
gave me some time ago has lasted. I
have been in fine health ever since
and I am only too pleased to again
give them my endorsement."
Price Oc, at all dealers. Don't.
simply ask for :c kidney remedy-get
Doan's Kidney Pills-the samoe that
A1rs. Logan had. Foster-Alilburn Co.,
Alfgrs., Bluffalo, N. Y'.
and the cause for which our move
ment stands, you may become pen i
tent for the gross injustice you have
done by your pretention and your
"The effect of a separate political
labor party can only be a disaster
to the wage-earners of our country
and to the interest of all forward
looking people. The votes that would
go to a labor party candidate waahl,
in the absence of such candidate, go
to the hest- an in the field. In no
case would they go to an enemy of
"There can be no hope for success 1
of labor party candidates. The ef- I
feet, therefore, of a political labor
party will be to defeat our friends
and to elect our enemies.
"Labor can look upon the forma
tion of a political labor party only as
an act detrimental to the interest of
labor and exactly in line with that
which is most ardently desired by
those who seek to oppress labor.
"The welfare of A merican humanity
demands in this hour of national
crisis that there be success at the
polls. This is no time for experi
menting with political theories which
are proven false at, the outset. The
workers of America must use the tar
tics of success. They must have re
"Results will not, be obtained by in
jet ing a labor party, so-called, into
"Those who are determined to he
blind to the facts of the present and
past will, of course, rush on to dis
aster and calaiity. This the Amer
can labor movement will not do. It
rejects and repudiates the fallacies
of blind theorists and will have noth
ing to do with those t reacheroun
follies that. are suited only to the
purp'lose of labor's e'neies.
"'Your telegram is ati :lriitt to the
labor movement.a ndl an r ssault upon4
the interest, of that great body', of
IAmiericans who are dletermtinedl that
the presen1t campahrnioi shall resuilt not4
in thie dlestruict ioni of our libertijes
but in the opening of the way' to nta
t ional pirogress andl the enla rgemoent
(if opporituniiit iio fit humivan welfIarit
safety andi ha ppi ness.'"
COWS llA> I) .\ 1~.
I'A R AI ANl31A ls
llTe expanttsioti wvh ih ha s beetn ak -
inig pilace steaidily in the ilairy' indlus
ry oif this country duritng the list
seven years has at hitst put miilk cows
at the head tof the list. oif farm ani..
mitIs so fatr as va luei is concernedI. Thiiis
is shown byv a recenot. reporit hy the
lbureaui oif Crop tI i ints. Uniited
States D~epartt ment of Ag ricultuore.
TPhe value of thlese' aim ials no0w ex.
ceedIs thtt of horises andil cattle othier
thia in milk cows, the two classes for
mnerly standing higher on the list. Ont
Januarya :1 of thIiis year thlerie wer-e ap.)
proximately 23,7417,000 milk ('iws in
this contr ttiy, an inicrease iof 272,000)
NEW YOlRK NEW~ OlR
S. E. Hende
WVe baso~e a ha
It hpt er I A couniiit an1
li1i I'hone -1035, 31 anson HId,
lead, or 1.2 per cent, as compared with
, year ago. Their aggregate value is
)laced at $2,021,681,000.
Ten years ago the average milk
ow was worth $35.20, compared with
78,20 a year ago and $85.13 January
1920. It is generally recognized
hat the quality of the milk cows of
his country is improving at the same
ime that their number is increasing.
''h; class of cattle, consisting of
alves, steers, bulls, and cows, not
ept for milk production and dCsignat
ti as "other eattli','' shaws a decrease
if 700,000 head, or 1.6 per cent. Ten
-ears ago the average value per head
>f an inaIs in this class was $17.07 a
,ear ago it was 44.22 and $43.14
his year. The number of "other cat-.
le" in the country at the present time
S a pproxim1ately 41,385,000. and their
(EA Y TlO l7IltN
Washingt on, Feb. 23.---Directoi :yen
ral Iline today issued orders waich
toyvide for the formal transfer of
authority nw exercised by the rail
'adi ahntinisrtration over to corpora
io l; which reune Control of lines
Ilarch 1 , In a telegramn to regional
!irct ors . 1l r. 11 ines directed that the
tmoes of coPrptorate oflicers be as
('rt.:inedI to whtom lepa rtnent heals
Vl report after ftderal operatiol
ads anti approp itte instructions is
mued to employes.
FAM1OUS 'TREE BI.OWN DOWN
.Jerusalcm, Fe ';.23.-IDurin a re
ent sno w storm the famtious tree
:mnedl ' "El But ini," in the Garden
if Gethsemane, was blown down.
\cording to tradition. this tree
soil fall when the Turkish Empire
ell. Twice it was hound with iron
>races to support it. The occurrence
las impressed the population.
To abort a cold
and prevent com
The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are
nausealess, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain
ed and improved. Sold
only in sealed packages.
rson & Co.
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