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Editors Unable to Attend Confere
Print Distressing -Pictures
Washington, May 17.-Represent
tives of more than 100 newspape;
meeting here today to deal with t
hardships surrounding publication
the smaller papers, organized t
United States News - Print Consorv
tion League and called on similar o
ganizations to join in formal rece
One of the reports sent in by edito
unable to attend, printed distressit
pictures of the trouble ahead, due
inability to obtain newsprint and hig
price for the product.
Many dalies with ancient and ho:
orable lineage, soon will be forced
suspend unless there- is quick relie
letters and telegrams said while son
editors declared weekly "walk of' d
ghost" would be a thing of the pat
in many little offices if prices key
climbing and mills failed to answc
the news print appeal.
Only Two Rolls on Hand.
One editor, whose paper has ni
missed a publication day since t
civil war, telegraphed that he coul
not get away because there were on
two rolls of news print in the shol
and where the next would come fr r
no man could say.
Hope was expressed by the publisl
ers, however, that through organiz
tion relief might come.
W. J. Pape, of the Waterbury, Con
Republican, was electea president
the league and Joseph B. Finan,
the Cumberland, Mr., Evening Time
secretary. Orville Elder, of the Wasi
ington, Iowa Journal and W. V
Weaver, of the Durham, N. C., Su
were named as vice presidents, ar
J. R. Snyder, of the Gary Ind., Pos
Resolutions requesting all publisi
ers of papers of 50,000 circulation an
over to reduce consumption 10 per cel
Sunday and 5 per cent daily we:
adopted, and half a dozen similar o
ganizations were asked to help o
.tain legislation to "alleviate the evil
NO TIME TO LIVE
OUT OF TIN CAN
"Are we any better off now than v
were before the great war in Europe
in many respects we are, from
financial standpoint. Especially is th
so with the farmer whose own gardi
furnishes vegetables, whose own com
provide milk and butter, whose met
and poultry and bread are raised <
his own place." saya Commission
Harris in philosophizing over the si
"Such a farmer as this is able
hold to his crops produced for cas
The - i'
Mechanically and scientifeally
Correct for greatest seurity
tlnder all road conditions. Tho
and( shaped cups
alternate on both slidea of theo
er'ra wide. heavy tread. Skid
ding is~ mnnInzedl. Paralilet
.: Rr R sesof to "ineTree"
and sraigt ceter J.ino of
. .4 trad re hick rubber std
teat 'it iadn kcepingth
until such a time as he sees Ai to
and get a proft for growing' it. 1
farmers, that have practiced '
m3Iehod have had an easy time'toI
te ahead and to lay by,some casp
Of reason of the war time prices.
"Folks who continued to live out
tin cans and paper sacks during
a- entire wir period have not laid
'8, much cash.
le "There are some things that the I
It is the pride of posse
quick discovery that the t
is mellow, pure, true-to-lif
machine can not even com
Its. tone perfection makes the
Pathe Phonograph the Phono
Y graph of today. Come in--ex
amine the Pathe Phonograph in
n all its details-jincluding the per
manent Pathe Sapphire -Ball-no
needles to changh; and the Pathe
you can hear the Pathe Phono
graph play your favorite music on
d Pathe Records. If you decid- to
t, purchase, our convenient pay
ment plan is open to you.
- Terms as low as $5 per month.
t- Dickson & Clarc
ity and in every ot
And beccause 1d
bought from me
tion rests on mec.
because I know Le
A My success dep
Whether your j
Fabric Tires, or
that you will get i
in milcage out of
Let mue show yoi
EN HARDWARE (
,on Can't dure Mnd ais 4onO then
l'h caat a ogin: more keat and
his road; this can bp done only) use of
get muscle and well directed brain. Now
by if there was ever a tidhe when we
n edl"aiidiiafheriase t
needs a' is in fdod Produie,
of both for man and beast, it Is now-fox
the we are facing a young fimine. lyot
by only in the United States, but virtual
ly the entire world.
aw "I want to uige upbn every farmer
Be of Pride
ision-which comes from the
one of the Path6 Phonograph
e; and that the average talking
e near it.
COSTS NO MORE
THAN THE ORDINAAY
5 of the newest
Don't Put a Tax
on the Beauti
ful Girls .... 22260
Don't You Re.
School Days? 22258
I've Found the
Girl That I've
Bye-Lo . . .... .22259
Now I Know... 22263
Sale at sell
ndon Drug Stores eve
XALL Store h
guaranteed without limit by h
r guaranteed by the records of 'm
e over the roads of this local- par
her part of the country. car
Lee Tires in this section are for
the responsibility for satisfac- 0
I take the risk confidently, e
e Tires are all I claim for them. -r
ends on your satisfaction.
reference is for Cord Tires, or
thme patented, exclusive Lee
~ithmer Cord or Fabric) I know t
nore than your money's worth gin
every Lee Tire. tij
i one. You'll want it when you Y<
i at Miles"
South Carolina tie great imper- the state :
ce this year to so arrange and di.- arrest vid
3ify his crop as to make his home The ga
-sustaining. The farmer who fails tion for t
:lo this and has to buy next year men or h
rything to eat for his stock and and he d<
family will -pay the highest prices handle af
t have ever been known. The party game law
> thinks that living is going to get wardens N
aper is just fooling himself.
The lateness of the season both in
South and in the corn belt states,
ibined with the scarcity of labor at
present,-assures us that we can
make a bumper crop. So I-want
warn all farmers to prepare for
in time of peace. Nowv, if there O3
iot enough food to go around,
it goodl will your money (10?~
Money ca'n't buy any food if there
ione to be bought, so take heed,
maers, wvhile you have time to .. pre,.
e for your own homes, for you
raise these things for less than
-half of what you will have to pay
them. So, from a business stand
it, it wvill pay you handpomiely to
e them. Remember, when a farm
'aises his own supplies he has half
need his cotton crop."
ARMY UNIFORMS OFF
Vnshington, May 17.-The privilege,
vearing army uniforms and use ofU
itary titles accorded during the war U
izatis was wi traw to la by
war dlepartmnent. Secretary Baker
letter to the American Red Cross,
mag Women's Christian association
tional Catholic War Council, Jewish
Ifare board, Salvation Army and
cerican Library association asked *
t use of unifori and .titles befl
'ontinued. Hie expressed apprecia
cf the work of the organizations.
'in the war.U V
(IlHNG ON SUND)AY
NOT WARD)EN'S FAUlIff ,
abe's Calls A ttent ion to Regulations
-Will not Stop Sahbba-th Anglor.
"ishermen who are accustomed to'
ome rest le;s on Sunday because IN
y cr~n l fo fllow their dlesires will11
bly~~ be' pleased1 to kno wvthat the
If g~ahe warideni, W. HI. Gibbes willg
no way molent them if they steal
ty from their huomeus andl take a g
at the finny tide on Sundlay. Mr. U
>bes said yesterdaiy hei hadl been Mi
m~iie by peoplein soume parts orEfJI
rothers Business Car
;o, the merchant wh6
light delivery ser
ause he knows from
rience of others, that
depend upon it for
daily service, at a
R MOTOR CO,
umter, S. C.
'or not having game wardens rests, but unless the laws are enr
laters of the Sabbath law. croached upon the game dopartment
me laws provide no regula- has nothing to do with whether a per
he wardens to arrest fisher- son fishes on Sunday or'any other day,
anters on Sunday no more the chief warden said yesterday. Mr.
other day, Mr. Gibbes says, Gibebs does not necessarily Upprove 0j
es not intend to attempt to fishing or hunting on the Sabbath but
airs of other people. If the he wants it understood that other au
3 are violated on Sunday the thorities of the law are responsible for
vill be on hand to make ar- Sabbath break am.
has F Sao!
on f0i.hP.Retu n ublayran Bolerdy
the25c.hiefLddel engi estray.r
GibebHP.Ly des Engnesr. apoeo
he20ihWilans idstoo Mhaioherau
2 . . Lyddell E Rne
Davis Station, S. C.
/e have them aplenty. Also
the . Repair Parts.
LARENDON HARDWVARE CO.*
Sumnmerton, S. C.