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A Iappy and Prosperous New Y
Necessity. we are told, is the mco
that ,.s it iiwy, the inability to secu
tcoi or baseient into a hcone brewe'
n 1\1 have been studied out, and the
me -i ly -n beh nd closed doors. 'I
tips y.'out, i I tears you, and <ieznuin
w"ter, s)n. s:ay, is a very weak' and
Yeshome is a giceat institutiin i
liancy of' its invenitive faculties is nev
cAii it 'hom i. cw.'
TOO MUII M1
When a feillow buy an autoonl
from its use. But the fear of theft
never knows what morning he will f
wil be 'lifted" on the street. Timha
ald our' courts are in many cases too I
filled -t anl as!oulmiling rate, and f" w
tice. I.:eLn Whlen algh t they aVe to'
What we ted is a law making
,m.:ad with a gemw rous I eward to any p)
to the apprehens:n and conviction of
the' "peni'" the luncrit:ve occ'upation of
s4trongly to tile gentLry who are now v
Making any new resolutions this
Somne make them by the wholest
'1P.cIc. Others manage to live fairly
BhIt there is one resolution whic wou
R'solve to be a reasolb'y fair :
nu. t twelve illontis, .n1d live tup) to y
Hut if you rre not in sympathy v
We think nothing of paying from
rn1. we cough ip readily wheln the e
i ldoes no harm, aid We get a i
filr everything we get.
But the church is different. T
Yeln t y at tle doore to demand .a tickel
colm1e. All are gicc to see you, al
leorinc t hin;gs with wc\l0h you do not <
cr any o cther phice on this earth-ex
.'01 le:tll therle a1e v-C Ialmble to yOu
fairs, and in your daily contact, with r
m141111 which opens freely to all people .
It is open to YOU.
Will 1921 see YOU there ?
i)octors tell us that kissing is da
is the other fellow's wife.
No woman has it very high opin1io1
happens to be her adoring husband.
It. ,vems. hccw ver, that there is 1
a" it hiplieccs "-VV(everybody told Oiyl sO.
The 'cot of livic g ha,1;4 been rediuc
t'i\ s 'e'e-l utt hs11 5 still ico ei, lopped
dc-r ii.hlim norc i.ica
"li: said tht imm crants froi th
this cc ntry at the rate of te ti osc
ilbcut tilt bec.st iclace they'v coobii thini.
Ac wciter'c ' c nt ha' ccs state t'c t c
cc' cio e llhccproduce cnuccg-h foccodst
it:tc. ht hicw abouitt thec drcinkLs?
Whalct ai bi~csslng- it is thacI tv we hiv
iccn noit ic'c a woncccerfu cl 'irovemenlt
ic wh: cih ouri buttoncis arei scwed cc cc, cc
Ittie atttion ccs we like cc' well. it
THE[ [IBRTY MfTJR
'cr m I"-m'''c W hi i-, (I 'cr (;hc'i'rs n
fcur Armyvcc caiplanics wthich con ()etco
beri'n compciietdcc thec 9.000il ciile' jourI
ccc' fc ccci .\litchlitl'1'ic'lc, i ccng. Iscii
tic Nomit. A\lacskac, ad crcturn'c. Tlli
li c< t was1 crcete <c ver' Newe Yorlk City
by\i ic lotibc of f'orcty iarmly planects
wi ebiii cor-ct ci it tcc .\i intc'cla. Thcc re
tuic n.- phmelii os tc hedc'c thecir wh'ic'clc
to ' c ar l at :15 tihc afitc'ccnocn.
Tii h i \!a ckan I lyi - I cg 'pecditioni,
conne-m hcc c b iy ( 'cc I cin St. (Ctair
ytree, oncI b-t o k theli journyc'~ tio cd'c -
mcc ttc i c h duri c bliity\ ofi cmodci'rnl air
pocsa i t otors, ac:ccl tico'fec't thec
'4dbl hment cif anc aiciri route tcc
the 'cc Nothwetcrn' ccio'e cof the~ Amcc
ciccel I '"cct dinn cnd Asciac. Suc'h ai
cccl.i wocl bing ma' icc itl fo Alas'kac toc
tiii- ct c'- ini t wei c rc ticrlc'c dciys, ic'lcycc',
:0- c h *r'cc on-t ho c i I c t 1 ra s i i onici
"Talk abut serv\' ic . a l(a t i
St c c'ct "Thcs' pbc:meccs an i mo o
ar' c~nd . \\'h iy, th onlycci t roubil.
we bl 'ccn c th c n iri tip wasi i causce
DOUBLE YOUR DOLI
'Twoc ccrops: a year ancd alvays a market.
meats. Raise% ycour ccwn cand 'cince tic seli
Sl cc'us he'lp yoa s.tari. No chac~rge. All in11
Exchange and Dnxter Pnark Avenue
mnning as Second-Class Matter.
m10 ror ii'ar In A':nce
SDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1920
ar to all.
Ither of invention. It may be. But bc
re booze has converted many a family
'y. Old recipes have been dug up, ien
work of brewing the home drink gocu
iist is a mighty hard thing to buck. 11
s insistit tly that it be quenched. Am
n this happy land of ours, andi the bril
er diimlietcd. ['erhaps that isiwhy the.
iA HAl) TIlING
ile he expects to tccure some pleasurt
s a continual burden on his mind. I(
aid his garage empty, or when his ca
is because our laws are not alequatt
nien1t. Automobile thievery has multi
of the crooks are ever brought to jus
frequeotly let off with a nominal line.
t a penitentiary offense to steal a car
eson furnishing information that lead:
an offenlder. Between the reward and
stealing cars would not appeal si
vorkitg it to perfection.
le anul break them as fast as they are
clean lives without making them at all
bl4 be of great beneit -to eery person ir
Ltendailt at church oil Sundays for the
ith resolutions, go to church anyway.
one to three (lollars to see a good show,
ircus comes to town. It is worth thc
ttle enjoyment out of it. But we pay
lere is no admiss;ion fee. There is F0
before you Canl get in. You are wel
I you are urged to come again. You
otie inl contact inl any show, or circus
N-ept a place of worship. The lesson.
in your home life, in your business af
iankin.d. It is the one door in Christian.
igerous. And it ge.'nerally is--when it
n of a low salaried man, especially if he
lever anything new any more. As soon
.11 one-fourth0 inl Some lns htol
otT beffrt w' desctend to sotmethitig ap.
L' rd Ient'rs of Europe atre coling iito
mid d <iy. WVell, next to h< avvon it i
the state of.T'lexas. under intensive cutl
Alls to fetIlie wvorld. G ;om ita far as
-'I thisitmas att least once( i a year-. \V'
aaot this timte of ye:;r ini the mianer
id oura saax <bltirned, and all of the othier
ly thei worst bit of weather I've ever
flown~ thIirough or watnt tat fly I through.
We ad t everthinlg--raini snow, hail
anid sleet, tlouads. log amd mtih-L Hut
we..ktept rightt aon flytnig.
i t 2aan (onaes ofi u.lactiers we~' trtate
enwas a waomlieirfti sight, laut there
wotuld ha ve bee na little hotpe fotr tescuet
had we cracak('ti tal in that wilerniess.
AIthItoghI, it wats itatoghit trtip. I
nevert' whant to fly thtroughi sucth weath
ta' tagaint, but the plane's stooda it mag
taifitentlyv. Intstem iC lf at.teredc hulks,
fhlppintg hato athI after( winded't flighit,
they looakedI bandt ntew. Even the tmt-a'
bucklIts were pol ishedo atmta thIe motors
looked ats if they hlitI inst1 'omela oaf the
the test ing block.
"We in eer e'litn11ed a spark plug.
.\ever a cyliundera mtissedl (n us the
ntire trint. 'T' mt orst- ia' ini las
gooda cond(Iitiont todlay its when we set
IHtfoar' Itha t'ightt, all Ithe pilots ats
hkil for ships er(tluipedl with It otrd
mttolea I.ibe'rty minoos.
I)ue' to thea nat-utrt' of thet work which
enaged~u't the e'xped'itiont, thea fle'et re..
luiredh: acaeioda of thrtee mthtls tot
comlt'e the' ip. Sintct' all oaf the
withotutt at-pair- ora re'piaremen'its, thits
is believed't ta bt at rcotd fot ;ttriatl
nt vi2gaItat. It will bae reena led that
dittnr the war, it was getealtly the
ARS WITH DUROCS
11itn an ait onI tuare Ilie world's greatest
Putre-bre ds. give 'qIck rtuarns fotr feed.
otrmation free, a piostal gects it.
:: CHICAnO, IrLIrnSa
M.AN AND CROSS!
HOWS YOUR IVER'[
Try SardraS, An Excellent Stimulant
One's isposition dlepen'Is largely on
tle condition of the body. Hot tem
pers usually are the result of sluggish
Ivers, poor digestiotr, stomaet
troubles, etc. The nervous syt.m
can't be expecte,l to operate smooth
ly when the digestion is upset.
A mean, cross disposition in the
morning before breakfast is a prett;
bad indication. The system n: e(ls
Many wise folks take pains to keep
their bodies 1:c-operly. A tablespoonfu:
of SarDraS before each meal wil ton,
up the digestion, stimulate the stoi
ach, enliven the liver and purify th"
blood. A scientific stimulant and tonic
prepared from medicinal roots an I
herbs. Improves health antd disposi
tion by clew sing the body and reg
ulat ing its organs. D)oes what the
comil.onl lanatives Cannot dlo. 1 'onII
tuins r o alcohol.
Ask all jobbers for SarDiaS.
practice to overhaul the airplane mo-I
tors after approximately each twenty
hours of flight. I
This is the second notable event in
which Ford Liberty molors have
figure(d promir ently, tile first being I
the trans-Atlantie jump of the Ford
Liberty-equipped N. C. -, a feat which
(0111manlde world-wide interest.
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THE SOUTHERN SWEET POTATo
Florence, S. C., Dec. 20.
The Southern sweet potato, or yam.
seems on the verge of coming into its
own under a plan of advertising and i
introduction which has been adoptedc
by the Seaboard Air Line and the At
lantic Coast Line railroads, who arA
now using it on their (ining ears, G.
A. Cardwell, of Wilmington, N. C
agricultural and industrial agent of
the Atlantic Coast Line railroad, an .
.J. N. McBride of Florence, develop
mepnt agent of the Seaboard Air Line
announced here today. Superinten
dents of the dining car services of
both of these lines have ordered gen
erous supplies of "Porto Ricas,'
"Nancy Halls," ad other well known
comni rcial strains (if the Southern
yams, for the preliminary trial of this:
edible on their ears.
These potatoes will be served es
pecially, on the diners on the main
lines, North and South, where they
may be introduced first hand to the
thousands of tourists who annually
traverse these roadls and patronize
these diners. Already, the Southern
yanms are procurable on the Atlantic
Coast Line diners, travelers report
oi arriving here after having scanned
the tmenu of the dining car.
Objection to using the Southern
yam o nthe diners was found first by
the superintendents oil tile ground
that the Northern tourists wouild de.
manI the dry Jersey and New Egt
land yali instead of the swet t juiev
Southern yanm. Mr. Callwell wvas abile
to convince them that Ohe Soul 11r11
varities are worth trial, andl this intro
ductory eftort is due largely to his
personal interest an( persistence. !
T. B. Young, of Florence, who is
Secretary of the South Carolina sweet
Potitlo Growers Assoc ia t io, hla1s 11 g- I
en much time and attention inl tli:
direcfion also. Ile is one of the pio-l~ t]
leers ill the Iomotion of the sweet
potato ilidustry ill South Carolina
With his associates, he has built in
Florence and Tinnn lillonsville two 20,- (1
000-hushel sweet potato curing anld
st oring houses, which will plrove an
imlense iIpetus to the inditustry ill
Thie polt enitialI value (If thIlis method'
CIof dreet. inltrodu ct ion can hardly be
e'stimallted, in the oplinionl of leadlers of a
the sweet poita to indiustry iln ~South
C'arolina. In the lirst place*, as Mr.
Calldwell beol ieves, the Soot hern yam0
will b~e prepared( whereI thi typicail
Southtern style and1 receipts arCe
k nownt and1() employedl. Then it will beCt
se'rved( in t heC Sout hern aitmo11spher)1
and( with the proper other d ishes. I
wiii he expe(ctedl in the South and' thi.,
ex pectat ion will he supplied. Fi'nally.
it will reach Clirect ly hulndreds of
thlousands of~ poltetial consumers( In
a territory which the Southerni yam C
w i'Cirae them~l to its super~iorily |
Tht ch itm-:es for thet siuccess of ti l .
nItrIIduCtor 11W IICrt ar e vety greait.
.IrI. ('ardw el I l eves. 11111ndreds ofC
thousandsI)I Cof Northent tra:velets, who
haive' sipent thl)* wint ers ill Floridla,
htave becomte acquinlltedl withI the
For Colored People
Next to Brown's D~rug i
Store, Church Street.
LaydieS' Shampooing and
Massaging a specialty.
W. E. D~eLAAINE, ,JR.,
G. C. COOPER,
Glasses Fitted, Broken
SUMTER, S. C.
PRICE SELLS ,
With some of our Decer
possession. Thrift at th<
thrift for you during all
Our wonderful "Commoi
until closing time the las
it is to your, good to tc
We have in Stock only E
A full line of Dry Good,
You say good-bye 1920
QUALITY TELLS J.H.F
PRICE SELLs The Younc
oIuthern Varieties of the yam and TAWE PlREACIUI
tve acquired it fondiless for the can
dike Southern sweet potato. Such t
rLons will be pleased to find this Detrot, Dec. .
I Southern article on the menu tlief t as he was hurr
heni they go into the dliners on their with communion eui
-ip North or South., Also they will the' Rev. Harry G. 'M
ijoy imter.sting their friends and fel yaul's Mnglish v
w travelers, who may not know the
ottherni sweet potato, inl this new Was, stopped and bad
ish- crowd here today.
It' t venture proves the success kiocked down twie<
at Mr. Cardwell, Nr. Young, and memhers of the crom
hers, believe it will, it will I mean a .
-i mendouts im petus for the Southern niuke his idlent it y k
.veet lotaEto indlustry, as anyone may to the church m andl
-ailly s<e. It will he open markets a fter he int ii liberat ed
a territotry which has been closed wa cut atid he was
the Southlet n sweet pota to for many....... .
Very likely steps will he taken fur- SAll.NESI
er by the Sweet Potato Associations
the Southern states to populariz.e Mi ,F~. )
te ventuore by an extensive adveirtis-hed'toi'la
Ssyst em. Trhis may' conisist of at-''epri adie
acitive brochures for dIistribut ion on d . iotetn i'
te di nets, at the railroad ticket of-flt ptti heet(
:es,* an o~t her placees to interesttountnamfo
tmrists in trin g the Sout hern pota to tn Invi Siiwn
shns tin thle dIiin g car td ring their K*~ ct h i,
ip. It may ineli'ie al: ti newspatper (amaie let
'.vert 1 isi i in ect iins f rom wh ico ai ~ i
:totsandos of tourist s comie South ao
C l'l'.ASEAPIANEI'S ''I
(~uitMniamif -'hi.,nDec.P A
~~There s. El tihondestroyehll maar
it lo n* to grstwehpmretSansdpipAd
ittist i~t ionfoleteEstateiadhere'ett
'liesea e , hmefretoii e alad Gunanm for
onsialmtlsnouh teKm ed laye Shawm
shell de'a'~tsal KteinWtseybtnhd np
Commander eAlbetrt.(out. f ro
show wmte.fai he ae h
C eunty of Cl andoni 8t a
e l .Wmhm, Pro baJinige
iit air tme-pa to any wam ~tit oiAd
iit'ati n of t s.te ani~ e ffectsc o
riawrence i . ( Abeolor 'ott..'m
ih all ad tsingulawfr theKreds Nb tti
'l (i redtor ofe the said lLfaOwrene,
Sheldcasdh t he iie- andi a. . WeI n Icl
av befor me, inone CourinofoPro
te, to be hel p M nigo h t
Ifi oil taar nexti a o p ubientio
mao, itch i t'slok in e forenoon,
se saiAinisthtishol ot bteI 81rodtrc
Gieandreommehndd b thisii daye Yrk.
nber Bargains in your
. bpginning may mean
-i Sense Sale" continues
t day of old 1920, and
ike advantage of our
igh class merchandise.
, Shoes, Clothing and
--hello 1921---come to
Rplial QUALITY TELLS
R eIi ablIe PRICE SELLS
I FOR THIEF C[ASSIFI AOYRJISINC
-I istakeni for a
yias to his church;ASOLINS SYSTEM--Oil 'ranks and
)s und1cler' his Pumps, Air Compressors, Comput
iley, pastor of St. iag Scales, Show Cases, Account
'agelical Church, Registers, Floor Scachs, Rebuilt
ly beaten Cash Registev ;,'Safes, Store Fix
TemntrU. tures. Thc Hamilton Sales Co.,
and kicked byl
'c bfoe iecold Columabia, S. C. No~-f.
nd before hie could;_
ncown. lHe walkedIFRIN'~vhm
, ' iley 's face' la e, o
lig n i e lln, c i l wesr
hfteAln i ( ns--aeo tebs tae i
maeues. T e s W. I.Povi, nia.
tstein plane, -
Cuing ad mis
at~~~up, jocdelt fuA-air~ yoC t omestics loput
ingppn pae ('0 s ho ae, con
Regii aalste Flo ica l ots, b it
Cas ha Revseertfe, toFi.
*rivd sme dc y tures. .Th H' (amnion a' S ute r o,
Colu bia S. C No t-.
Ymutreerd the moeyro
h.ltanninU (00' ant tleadnthi
dwelling, ofyou aond becsaru
YUbig--oe fthe besrlce i
theYo cany get theasonbeyd
dnORic iET--n youriedg room.
CloA dot, sll y a in t oa postint
theurnwhpaic you wcan doetic bal ock
L at n coal ialsote ci o alo ur, i c ots,
t have-I it rling, tand ca i ert th o
'outsI need the meftoeyid
Bankr Igo tofi yur pa cotton eau'e
syoua blee t his e- pic wi ll'an
met hod ustiatey yo hiher.s a a
ON Yin ou ca get theaone
ra aleI~ (and the 'ul t im\ate avanic'Se
10 er ale t itn arce aif you heg w~ualith al
Ste tbes*( ric (a youti tene Ne t and lbu
g an' egovalenjtitamoun't f fudure cst
& C., Edndin bAk Fnefouro
h e s.e(ling prese t rcti the
ity, N. . torag care St, deprecniaion or .i