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Dependable merchandise has alwa
sirable than ever, because of the oppo
ing poor material for good and gettii
this, we, therefore, feel free to say th
to buy your goods from merchantsith
regardless of prices.
It has always been our policy to ca
Furnishings that cannot be excelled, a
placed principally with the following
ity in material and workmanship:
Isaac Hamburger & Sons.
Michael, Stern & Co.
Jno. B. Stetson Co.
No Name Hat Mfg. Co.
Our lines of Hosiery, Collars, Be]
houses mentioned above, and we are ie
Boys for Spring.
fNew S pring
Ladies' Oxfords in Tan
4 $7.50 t,
- Pumps in Kid and Patei
Kamp Trainp Oxfords for3 C
:1 for Men, Ladi
~Shaw & McCoIlu
PHONE 68 1.1 S. M4
rs been desirable. Today, it is more de
rtunities that manufacturers have of us
,ig off with it. The consumer pays for
at never before has it beed as important'
at you KNOW handle dependable goods
rry lines of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and
rid our orders for spring have been
concerns who stand at all times for qual
Geo. E. Keith Co. (Walk
ts, Trunks, Etc., are just as good as the
ady to supply your needs for Men and
,R, S. C.
est ing Prices
and Black, A to D width,
ait Leather, A to D width,
hildren, in Black, Tan, White,
es and Children.
mn Mercantile Co.
din St. SUTER, S. C. *
Oft I. T. KINDAll
Charged With Violation of Harrison
Florence; March 19-Dr. H. T. Ken
dall, Columbia physician, was convict
ed of violating the Harrison anti-nar
cotic act in the United States Court
here-today. His attorney, Barney
Evans, made a motion for a new trial
which Judge Smith refused. Mr.
Evans then made a plea in behalf of
his client for lenieney ;n thq matter of
sentence, requesting particularly the
mercy of the court in omitting the us
ual prison term. Mr. Evan's stated
that such men as J. Pope Matthews
and Col. Wylie Jones were on Dr.
Kendall's bond, indicating the degree
of confidence in which he was held in
Columbia, and charged that by some
he had been grossly maligned.
The court would not comniit itself
.in any respect but deferred pronounc
ing sentence util Tuesday.
Dr. Keindall was charged spefical
ly with having purchased between'
February 18, 1918, and September 2,
1919, approximately 11,000 grains of
morphine in powder and tablets, and
5,600 grains of cacaine for which he
failed to show a proper record of dis
position provided for in the Harrison
act. According to the testimony to
day of Government Agents Wnna
maker and Fouche, Dr. Kendall pro
duced records of purchases when they
called on him in Columbia, but when
asked for records showing dispensa-1
tion he informed the agents that he
had no such records and was not
aware that the law required him to
Today on the witness stand Dr.
Kendall produced what he calimed.
was a complete set of dispensation
records which he said were at his
home when the agents called to check
him up. He stated that these recordsl
were in the sape of memoranda. He
also declared that he was not given
an opportuinty to get these records
from his house. Upon cross-examina
tion he admitted that he did not in
form the agent that he had these
records', nor (lid he ask for an oppor
tunity to go ot his home and get them.
Dr. Kendal admitted giving narcotie,
to addicts for the purpose of making
them "comfortable", but declared that
he had never tried to cure them and
(lid not want to be bothered with
them. He stated that he has used a
quantity of cocaine in the treatment
of venereal diseases.
R EAiDY FOR THE HESSIAN FLY.
It is likely that more will be learned
this year about the Hessian fly than
in any year since Gen. Howe's hired
Hessians are supposed to have
This remarkable plarnt ope
under full load mounte
I three ordinary drinking g)
Experts and laymen alike
are amazed at th'o quietness
and lack of vibration in the
. Silent Alarno.
There are a score or more,
of electric light and power
plants that will generate
electricity. But how long
will they last? [How often
will they require attention?
Service is what you want.
And to guarantee it a
must get a plant that does
not vibrate-that runs
I smoothly and quietly--that
won't shake nuts and bolts
and bearings loose-and
Ibe out of commission in a
few months. Select the
-the plant endorsed by prominent
I where. The only plant in the world v
rotating, sleeve-valve motor. Thesecie
plant that does not Wbrate and that v
I. house or shake itself to pieces. The
no special anchoring or concrete (f1
5t la built right.
Remember This. No electric light p
pendable than its motor. And no
good, can operate efficiently for ar
short period when subject to seve
stands to reason.
* it. .
* Put paint
-your silo-all fat
Lucas Paint. It v
longer life, better pr
ket value, better appe
-arposely Made I
are made to uniform
Vou can always rely on
reputation in a
ers deu&/s the
7 paint. ", It Wi
Sen& for iml
Money on Pa
at M t r, i g
brought the pest to Long Island dur
ig the Revolution. There have been
numerous destructive outbreaks of
the Hessian fly and a great deal has
been found out about it, but nobody
was in position to (1o the job properly.
Another outbreak is likely this spring,
and the United tSates Department of
Agriculture is ready for it.
Two years ago the appropriation for
Hessian fly work was increased suf
icieAtly Lu provide for the principal
needs. Shortly afterwards the Bu
reau of Enitomology established three
stations for the purpose of systemat
ie study. They are at Carlisle, Pa.,
Centralia, Ill., and Wichita, Kans.
Each station is equipped with a full
set of weather instruments, and sever
al readings are taken each day thru
out the year. Sowings have been made
at various dates for several years to
determine the fly-free period of each
year. Experiments have been eon
dlucted with man', varieties of wheat
to determine their fly-resisting quali
4; Ir iv
~tric Light and Power P
engineers every. Come in and
'ih the noiseless, All parts, except til
ntifically balanced com pact, durable ur
'ill not shake the mnec hanicalIlyp perec
plant that needs Automatic governo
andation, because motor at every poin
even the least exper
lant is more de- Cotne in yourself an
moohowever -esl runs--how
motorvibration, Enjoy ele<
ore than a very extent by installing
re vibration. It perfected and longe:
and see for yourself.
\/IOYTOR COY, M-mr
m buildings. Use
till pay premiums in
>ection, higher mar
Wo Every Purapoe-.
Luras lone-wear working
70 Years of painv-making
ferycan. Lucas Paint cov.
space of cheap "mixed"
thstanda the storms.
wrtant bulletin "Save
Le'wing tells how.'f
tics. Exhaustive investigations are
tiner way oil parasites or thfe Hessian
fly. The main object is to detrmine
what efrect the p erence or absence of
any particular parasite la- on period
ical outbreaks of the fly.
When the last great outbreak came
five or six years ago no such complete
preparation for study had been made.
If the threatening one materializes
this spring the preparation that has
been made should result in a number
of ilmortant studies.
TWO-lIEADED CALF IS BORN
Latta, March 21 .--A t wo-headed
calf was recently born on the farm
of Nathaniel Scott. about three miles
from here. Photographs have been
made of the freak and show that the
heads are both lerfectly formed. The
cow in giving birth died. The calf
lived for about four hours.
Mr. S. E. Hrunison .f Latta, has had
the animal's bod.,y embalymed and has
it onl exhibition at his stor.
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