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TAXING A SOAP BUBBL[ articlei under a moderate sales
We believe that they stand r
and willing to bear the tax n Ces
(Continued from page Threc) to support their government In n
ing the expenses arising out of
Willthe uggetedtax eet ithwar, including the amortization ol
Will the suggested tax meet withwant
favor in Congress? We do not know. necessary governmental expenses
A tax on sales has been advocated be- waste stopped. That they-want (
fore Congressional Committees. The businesslike methods applied and
chief objection is likely to rest in a they will overwhelmingly approv
belief that the people wif not undey- i system of taxation that, (1) p
stand the matter and would res nt a moderate normal tax upon all
anything that savored of a consump-comes, (2) an additional and prop
tion tax. That they at present believe ively increasing tax upon those er
the existing method taxes only the iguere noea~ 3
wealthy and! are inot awake to its ef- tx(s1prcn. nalsl
feet on commodity prices,.omdte vih~xisraio
W'e, ourselves, believe that the in-thnahrdyoadpccpib
telligence of the people is invariablythcotfanrile
underrated by both politicians and I a ensaelta ne
pr~ess. We believe that nin'ety pert ulcn n a hndb h
cent. of the votes can appreciate andlpymrVoorintlta
undlerstandl that part of the highnegbrEvnithtsame
prices they pay for clothes, food, fuelnoacetdadagredsl
andl all commodities is due to the tax- txto sllc~ nuere n
ijag of earned incomes and that they sili sadneostigt s
would py not mre, bu lesseorisuc that thrifttand caia ream
CwYPr, inluin te amrtiato o"
bondns ifsuebbut f a e tey n
caefla~st tiped Tht theywnd
veryinessoflike mehods fplidrn
nayfSStheyC wil ovrwelinl prov
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taxatI'. i on is placed onunane.ic
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SUMTER, S. C.
tax. and should be taxed out of existence.
eady In accepting such a point of view ar
sary II enacting taxation and other legis
leet- lation baesd upon it, our public men
the and representatives ' have been, by
the suggostion, manufacturing nialcon
un- tents and undermining the very fabric
and of our government, with consequences
irect now becoming apparent.
that Yours very truly,
e of Galey & Lord.
in- The above article was handedi us by
Tes- Mr. Jos. M. Chandler of Sumter. It.
Joy.. was stent him by one of his large
mall wholesale houses.
s of -----o-- --- -
t ~ IN IREMEMItlRANCEJ
In sadl but loving remembrance of
re- our dear sister, Mrs. A. .E. Martin,
e to who departed this life May 6, 1920.
t .is Lonely are we without you dear sister
-of How~ we miss you no one knows;
>me, Our thoughts are alwvays with you
umne From early morn till evening close.
-- We mourn Lhe loss of our dear sister,
We did our best to save;
Beloved on earth, regrettedl, gone,
RemI(Dl'emre in the grave.
Never shall you be forgotten
Never shall your memory fade;
Our fond love shall linger
On the spot1 where you arie laidi.
We often sit and. think of you
W hen-we are alone,
IFor memory is the only friend
Thait. grief enn call its ownt.
Rest on dear sister,
Jesu keep your wvith a kind and lov'
Close besidle the sparkling wa ter,
In the bright and happy land.
Re at our dlear Sister,
I Youir work is o'er,
Youir wvillIing hand shall work no more..
Devoted Brothers and Sisters
MAN KILL4ED NEAlR GA lFiNEY
G neJune 0.-Gards. whiskey
an )istols caused a killing ini
/ Cherokee County F'riday aight.
when Edl Tlale, it is alleged killedi
WVill M orria about seven ini les fromc
Caffney. Tate, Morris and another man
is statedl, were engaged in a g-m.i
bl1ing game, Morris losing all or Iis
money, whiskey and pistol. 11. dI..
mandeid of the Other me(n that they
retun is property, it was statd
This~ they :efused and the game end
ed, the other man leaving with Tate.
Mori followved, it is alleged, an'
when he overtook them demndned th'
whiskey, ivhich, according to Ta te, hi:
gave him, and then, lhe addied. !orr
-lemanded the money which th' y had
wvon from him. T1ata then drew' hi;
uiatol, accoiding to the test imony of
.the other' witnes, nnI sut~ ?,...i.
Wiln d fitanl -Tte w th
brought to jail here he now is. The Lr
verdict of the coroner's jury was that be
Morris came td his death from a pis- wi
t6l wound at thehands of Ed. Tate. or
Attorneys, it is understood, will make
an application tomorrow for bail, as gC
the testimony was to the effect that a fr
pistol was foun in the hands of the ca
dlead man. w]
STARTING FALL TOMATOES
Clemson College, June 8.--Plant
seed for the fall, crop of tomatoes as
early as possible in June, sowing te!
them thinly so that the plants will Li
not'become crowded. During the lat- R<
ter part of July or the first of Aug- th1
ust set the plants to the garden. The ag
weather is usuallyvery dry at this na
season and it is necessary to trans- su
plant carefully. In the first place. tei
use only strong stocky plants, and ii
in removing them from the seed bed th,
retain all the soil possible on the
roots- Set the plants deeply, pinch- W(
ing off the two bottom leaves if nec- wi
essary, pour about a pint of *water tit
around the roots, and cover with a ph
toring. A pe
355 mile L
T I Cae1-8Krsnno ted for its Simplicity, Ac<
Flexibility and Durability. Al
one can operate and care for this
E3very part is easily accessible.
not waste your time in getting at
Transmission housing, differential
ing, clutch, crank case, every wor
can be reached for inspecting or
ylithout trouble or loss of time.
This Case 10-18 is small and col
can be taken almost everywhere. 3
gadius is about 11 feet.
It has a one-piece main
frame. So there is no
racking nor vibration
none of the twisting
which is so destructive.
Trhe mnotor fn St 4anne...
lek layer. of ry -soil. If the plants nai
e to be tlgined to stakes, they-may Ina
set two feet In the row; other- Lo
se they should be set three and ple
Fall tomatoes usually bring a tro
0d price on the local market. The all
uit that fails to ripen before frost
n be kept far Into the winter If I
apped in paper and laid away in a
DI dark place.
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MAY THIROW GEORGIA OUT op(
Chicago, June 7.-The Georgia con- thi
it between the faction led by Henry Fri
ncoln Johnson, an Atlanta negro and (
isc(e Pickett, today developed fur- hei
er compliebtions in an effort to wa
ree upon a slate of committee nomi-- pr)
tions. A series of conferences re- Ine
Ited in a deadlock and another at- na
upt to settle differences will be prc
ide tomoi-row, but wth) prospects of wt
whole fight being taken anew. 9
'he white delegates led by Pickett lea
re reported to have refused to meet rai
Lh th negroes. The Johnson fac- no
n had a majority of the delegation
tced on the temporary roll by the
)verlarid Sedan Averagt~s 27.6 Miles Per
Gallon in Los Angele-Yosemite Run
ZLAND SEDAN is proving
he advantages of closed-car su
rmanent top keeps off sun and
's shut out wind and dust. An<
s Angeles-Yos-mite Economy ]
uel average of 27.6 nile e per
>rscnent of this, Scc'.n's econon
,es of Triplex Spr'e.
es . o. b. To!eto atibject to charngr without nloticC
in Motor Compan
Dractor Li Wvise s this permits
essibiit. All gears arel cuti
most any-- In oi
This tracto4 easily
Yo ed 8 inches deep. It has
the pats. For all kinds of field
ear hous- It also is a wonde
king part, readily drive a Cat
adjustng <.quipped, a No. 12
upact. It you buy, investigate
ts turning all its superioritics.
N4E Z : :jE Trn
;Ional committee. They were Un
tructed but reported to favor Gov.
wden, the Pickett group - being
dged to Gen. Wood.
L'ohight it was feared that the con
versy might cause the uneating of
3111TISH IIIPS OPEN l''IRE
,onstantinople, June 5.--(By the As
iated Press.)-British warships
med fire on Nationalist positions
tr Touzela on the Sea of Marmora,
rty-eight miles west of Isiid, late
lonstantinople was arous-S! by the
ivy firing of the guns of the British
rsh ips. The Nationliljsts had ap
ached close to the British entrech
nlts along the Gulf of Ismid, where
iiy British units are stat ionled to
teet the troops guarding the rail
'he collapse of the Sultan's troops
ves the British alone to defend the
Iwa yterminals opposite Constanti
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ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES
I now the
1y and the
'use of all spur gears.
steel, enclosed, aind run
handles two plows 7 or
Splenty of reserve power.
work it is unequaled.
'r for belt work. It will
se 20x28 thresher, fully
Case silo Piller, or other
similar power. Before
this better tractor. Note
Mcanninz S. C.