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Skin Eruptions C
Diseao Germs Must B6 Eliminat
ed From the Blood.
Eczema, tetter, boils, pimples, ul
cers, irritations and scalp erup
tions, -as well as all other forms of
skin diseases, conc from a disor
dered condition of the blood. They
mXiust he cured through the blood,
and this explains why local treat
xnent fails so absolutely. -&
The radical and rational treat
FLAG" to Your Mtotoi
You:r power plaat will be powerf
intrche -e "G!:X.N FLAG" Moto
make then regular "pails" by contir
DELAY THiS INTRODUCTION!
Go ^o t!-.o "Grecr Flag
FLAG" for YOUR car,
You'll disco-ce NEWo.
o pration in FVERY P
: rovatent, Lut one ti
Supp!cd by tha following
Ask & tr-n Fla
Gear Compouni o u
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY b
ELECITON, MANAGERS 0
AND POLLING PLACES
NOTICE IS HEREM' GIVEN, That
the First Democratic 'rimary Election o
will be held on Tuesday August 31,
The Australian ballot will be used at
all of the precinets of the county ex- S
cept the following: Oakdale club, c
Foreston club, Doctor Swamp club,
Sandy Grove club, Jordan club, Mid- r
way club, Fork club, Davis Cross t
Roads club, Silver club and Enter- 0
prise club. t
The managers of election at which
the Australian ballot is used shall
provide suitable booths as provided by
the rules of the party.
The managers before opening the 1
polls shall take and sign the oath,
set. forth in Rule 31, blanks for that
purpose will be furnished with the l
The managers shall open the polls
at 8 o'clock A. M. and shall close them
at 4 o'clock P. M. They shall then
proceed publicly to count the vote.'
After tabulating the result, the man
ager, shall certify the -'mo ; an1d for
ward the ballot box containing the
Delco-Light I Carrying
forts and Convenienc<
C City Into Farm H<
It is furnishing bright clean electric
out the house and barn-doing
smoky, dangerous kerosene lam
It is providing powe'r to pump w~at
possible a modlern bath and the
running water throughout the h<
It is operating the washing machine
cream separator, the vacuum clean'
machine, the fanning mill, and
It is rev'oluitiomz-ing farmi life-ai
time it is saving' so much in time
it is actually paying for itself.
Over 100,000 satisfied userst
world are tbe visible evidcelC <
leadership in the Farm Light an
There's a Satisfied User m3
ment is to take a thorough course
of S. S. S.. which will rout out the
disease germs from your bloods
your complexion wOIl begin to
clear up and you will soon be rid
of the disease as thousands oe
others have. -
Get a bottle of S. S. S. today,
write to our head physician, who
will gladly give you full Inedicat
advice without charge. Address
Medical Director, Svift Labora
torv. Atlna. ..2.
ully wdc jca-J to have you
r OiH to its oi!inml system and
kued acquaintarceship. DON'T
' dceler today nod have your crank
c lvth I-.- pre-per grado of "GRIEEN
and results %%;l Ipositively amaze y'u.
POWFR, SMOOTHER PERFORM.
PGNK.E, and immenusely improved
ARTICULAR. Not a temporary im
,t'll gia ns F-mg as you use "Green
r rmore i lgqin with
:sa in tic end
allots, poll list, and all other papers
xcept the enrollment )ooks, refatini
-> the election, by one of their nuni
er to the County Chairman with i
h irty..six (:6) hours after the clost
f the polls.
The managers at each box shall r0
u1ire each voter to take the follow
I <ith and pledge,: "I do solemntls
wear that I am a resident of thi
lub district a)( am duly qualified t
ote at this election accordling to th
Iles of the Diemocratic Party, an
hat I have not voted before at thi
lection, and pledge myself to sul)por
he nominees of the Party, State an(
Zntional and that I did not, in th
;eneral Election of 1916 vote agains
he regular nominee of the Democrati
Iarty as declared by the State o
ounty Executive Committee afte
laving become a member of a Demr
The following are the polling pflace
or each club, together with the name
,f the managers, to wit:
Polling place Brown's' Store. Manap
!rs of election-C. W. Brown, W. B
)avis and R. Ilugh Belser.
Plinme: pil0.no School Housn. Manav
rs of election-E. P. Epps, J. J. Epp
:s of the
away with the
p and lantern.
er, thus makmng
>use -.md barn.
~, the churn and
er, the milking
id at the same
and labor that
d Power field.
d Are Pop
30 x 3% Goodyeair
30 x 3% Goodyea
&ers of <
GH Tl m
fle/ o -- Ony On
?!ae t ->Oil- .ong
ar Tires fr
ular Because I
There is nothing bui
in buying cheaply r
announced as wond
a few dollars eaci
after brief terms of
Get exceptional mile
ly low cost in Good
30 x 3-, 30 x 31/2- and
built of Goodyear-s(
and with Goodyeai
Die to their precise
the world's largest
voted to these sizes
therefore most ec<
If you own a Ford,
Maxwell or other ,
sizes, go to your :
Station for GoodN
farther and fare bett
- =o1- -
Double-Cure Goodyear Heavy Tou
r Tread........ . -- you are asked to pay i
r Single-Cure $150 casings when such
read . .......... .1- 30 x 3% size in waterpt
-ion Evans. and J. R. Ilodge.
Davis Station Club. Bloonti
e place Drug Store. Managers Polling lace T
m-E. G. Stukes, D. G. Short- agers of election
W. Childers. White and W. S.
Paxville Club Summe
place Magistrate's Ofice. Pollin
s of election-W. R. Keels, ce Mnaer
Gunter andl S. L. Touchberry.ToyJ.FRiho
New ZIon Club bry
Splace New Zion Furniture p DvsCo
angers of election-J. P. Bud- uln paeI
.D. Flemming and C. W.aeso lcin
Seloc ClubPoln he
i place Store of J1. F. Cole & Etr
WIanagers of election--C. HT.PlinphcS
II. WV. Cole and Miller HI.RevsMage
e place ~LandI's Store. Matng-.
ection-C. S. Land, Sr., S. A.
md J1. E. Ifuisbanids.
F~orestont Reforms Club
election J. E. Grahami S. E.
y and( A. J1. Hodge.
: pla~ce Drugt Store. Matng
m andl J. iI. C'hilders.
r place Haurrow's Mill. Man -
election---l. M. McIntosh, ..a
))1' pl ace V l iar i Depot. MIantag
Ilect iont----Tl. J1. Lowdelr, F'. S.
yandi Paul S. Ilamrvin.al
Spla1ce (rawl . Jury room. f
S of1 elect ion - S. J1. Clark,
esne4 and13 Tlhomias N imer.an
ng F~armners' I 'IatIforum (Club
1 of1 elecitioni---J.. F'urnman
plaIce' StjIIV u rvsor's Omlie'.
(3of (lect 0. ion oh C . Ilag
. El(eibe and fS. I. Ingramn.
dplace'Turbevdie & De'mnnisfr
NuManager. of (lee(o -TI. HI.
1C~ l. D n : and . A (1. Green.ou
T.''I 3 m '[nd im . .. Sith
pla3' Bot1' h ' l B. 1X . Odiom.
3,1 31f ' 3l Ci W. i;. I )aiiels, Ibo atld,,
A tel(31 ( E-Th
ii:'' DI et AaInagers of
.1. *1* ~miliand .J. R.ixHodge.
Lade tires that are
erful bargains at
i and then. fail
age at exceeding
year Tires, of the
31.x 4-inch sizes,
skill and care.
tire factory de
their quality is
car taking these
rear Tires; ride
rist Tubes cost no more than the price
or tubes of less merit --why risk costly
sure protection is available? $A50
oof bag ......... --T
Manning, S. C., Aug. 17, 1920.-2t.
,lie Club Managers of election-M. B. K. Drake
hlomas' Store. Man- ford, R. E. Davis and E. B. Folder.
-C. J. Haley, W. C. Sardinia Club
rton Club Polling place Garland's Store. Man
dIge Richbourg's of- agers of election-H. H. Garland, W.
f election--H. P. J. Milsap and Marion Duflose,
rg and C. R. Touch- Pinewood Club.
Roada Club Polling place Magistrate's Omle.
irvin's Store. Man- Managers of election-P. B. Mouzon,
-Jeff M. Davis, E. R. A. Lawrence and R. A. Ridgill,
1. Billups. DuRant.
r Club Tebxs iktec ilb ed
rise Club mngr ilcl o ae
ore of Robert H.
s ofelecion-ohnS. Oliver O'Bryan, '
B3. H-odge and J. S. County Chairman.
no equal for porch con
action. Itseems to be pret
ully demonstrated that for
rs, porch columns, steps
I rails, the rot-resistant
ality of "TheWood Eter
"gives it unequaled in
twent value for this class of
rk. CYPR ESS is famous
soured a r at yu eorvi, ow~t 1al Cunl e n te ro
corroespondeneo with a serious purpos. In It.
hern Cypress. Manufacturers' Ass')
I177 Ilierd litdy. .aIcksi(5tilie H a.
IF IN DO)UIT, WVRITE U1.
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