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NEW PRESIDENT GIVES
MUCH THOUGHT TO FUTURE
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a full realization that no statute en
acted by man can repeal the inex
orable laws of nature. Onr most dan
gerous tendency is to expect too much
of vernment and at the same time
(t0 for it too little.
We contemplate the immediate task
of putting our public household in
order. We need a rigid and yet sane
economy, combined with Nscal justice
and it must be attended by individual
prudence and thrift which are so es
sential to this trying hour and reas
suring for the future.
J. H. R
practical when it is
put into action. Ladies'
To believe condi.
tions will be well, is may b
good; to actively
work for their im- lon'er I
provement, is better.
Did you ever notice prices
that time moves
about as fast as
work? The more shorter
rapidly You work
the more quickly the "RIGBI
Loaf on the job and
time lays on the
Ladies' pll-wool Green, Black and
Ladies' all-wool Blue Tricotine St
Ladies' all-wool Blue Tricotine Sk.
Ladies' all-wool Black, Green and
Ladies' Blue Serge all-wool Skirt
Ladies' Gray, Black and Green Pl
We are offering the very highest
only the yard -------------
Sheerest shadow Check and Stript
Our Shoe values-we ave fo
fords at bottom prices.
Men's $50.00 and $60.00
_ OU CAN SAVE
.t T. H. R
At the en<
* total expe
that has b
Reflection of War's Reaction
The business world reflects the di
turbances of war's reaction. Het
in flows the life blood of material e
istence. The economic mechanis
is intricate and Its parts interdepen
ent and has suffered the shocks at
jars incident to abnormal demand
credit inflations and price upheava
The normal balances have been ii
paired, the channels of (listributi<
ave been clogged, the relations
iabor and management have be
strained. We must seek the rea
justment with care and courage. 0
people must give and take. Pric
miust reflect the receding fever of h
activities. Perhaps we never .shv
know the old levels of wage agai
because war invariably readjus
compensations and the necessaries
life will show their inseparable r
It is hard to make
headwork and you
Skirts cannbt miahe any
way without sonie
worn work, also the more
you work the fur
ther you go.
>ut the -Selected.
A R E "My back is brok
en" Iowled the boy
at when a hornet stung
hi i between the
'S )"shoulders. But he
"overed" it - Tho
sting of tight times
can't last always.
White Plaid Skirts ---..---$7.40
:irts ........- -_.. - $9.00
irts .. .. _ -- _.....-- 10.20
Cerise Plaid Skirts -------$10.00
- .. ----- . .-- ---- $9.00
iid Skirts -------- ------- .8.40
grade Bleach and Cambric, at
Wa ist goo(s, yard ._-_-_. 41C
r you all styles. Pumps and Ox
Suits now only _.$29.50
I G B Y,
P a careful itimized
of your expenses,
>ne month. During
o spend just as yc
I of the month che
niditures, and note
een literally fritterc
step is to open a:
us and ad opt th
ieu of frittering.
ds to success. Fritt<
INK & TI
Intionship, but we must strive for ti
s. normalcy to reach stability. All the li
e- penalties will not be light or eventy re
- distributed. fil
m There is no way of making them -o1
- so. There is no instant step from dis- ti
id order to order. We must face a is
s, condition of grim reality, charge off sa
s. our losses and start afresh. It is the rc
I- oldest lession of civilization. I would de
m like government to do all it can to pi
of mitigate them. In understanding, in ill
m mutuality of interest, in concern for st
jI- the common good-our tasks will be
ir solved. e
Ds No altered system will work a mui- in
3r racle. Any wild experiment will only al
il add to the confusion, our best assur- is
n, ance lies in efficient adininistuation U
ts of our proven system. I
rf From Destruction to Production. go
- The forward course of the business pc
cycle is unmistakable. Peoples are
turning from destruction to produc
lu tion. Industry has sensvl the changed
order an( our own people are turning -
to resume their normal onward way. i
The call is for productive America to m
go on. I know that congress and the in
administration will favor every wise ir
government policy to aid the resump- co
tion and encourage continued prog- In
I speak for administrative elficien- C.
ey, for lightened tau burdens, for I,
sound commercial practices, for ade- m
quate credit facilities, for sympa- m
thetic concern for all agricultural i
problems, for the omission of un- w
necessary interference of government
with business, for an end to govern- W
ment's experiments in business and lii
for more efficient buziness in govern- tli
ment administration. With all of this v
must attend a nmindfulness of the hu- I
man .side of all activities So tit so- fi
cial, industrial and economic justice
will he squared with the purposes of .(
a righteous people. ci
With the nation-wnie induction of .
womanhood into our political life, we
may count upon her intuitions, her re
fineient, her intel I igence and her in- i
fluence to exalt the social order. We ell
count upon her exercise of the full .
privileges and the performance of the t
duties of citizenship to speed the at
tainment of the highest state.
Prayer for Industrial Peace i
I wish for an American no lkss alert
in guarding against dangers from
wit hin than it is witch ful against enl
emies from without. Our fundament-il
law recognizes no class, n) group, Io( V'I
sect ion. There must he none inl legis- st
lation or administration. 'lhe su
preme inspiration is the coinnn ti
weal. Iumanity hungers for iinter- th
national peace and we crave it with
all mankind. My most fervent prayer ti
for America is for industrial peiceNV
with its reward, widely and gener
ally distributed am il the inspirations
of equal opportunity.
No one justly may deny the equal
itv of opportiniity which ma1de us
what we are. We have inistaken tnn- tit
preparedness to embrace it, to be a tr
challenge of the realiny; and due con - tl
cern for making all citizens fit for a
pa rticipation will give added strength I
of citizenship and magnify our m
It' .evilutinll insists 111)11 1 overtiurn'i- fi
g established irder, let ite p- hi
es Inak" the tragi eXlerimIlent.
Tiere is no place for it in \meliea. t
I When worlid war threatened civiliza
l ave in
ck up your
e habit of
T. M. WELLS,
)m we pledged our resources and our I
Fes to its preservation, and when '
volution threatens we unfurl the I
g of law and order and renew t
r consecration. Ours is a constitu
mal freedom where the popular will t
the law supreme and minorities are I
credly protected. Our revisions
formations and evolutions reflect a
liberate judgment and an orderly [
'ogress, and we mean to cure our
s, but never destroy or permit de
ruction by force.
I had rather submit our industrial
nftroversies to the conference table
advance than to a settlement table .
ter conflict and sufrering. The earth -
thirsting for the cup of good will, I
riderstaiding is its fountain source.
wculd like to acclaim an era of
od feeling amid dependable pros
rity atid all the blessings which at
Protection of Industries.
It has been proved again and
:a in that we can not, while throw.
g out- markets open to the world,
int~iin American standards of liv
g and opportunity and hold ourt
dustrial eminence in such unequal
mytetition. There is a luring fal
y im the theory of banished bar
nrs of trade, but preserved Ameri
n stan1idards require our higher
oduction costs to be reflected in
I. ta rifs on imports. Todiay, as
ver before, when peoples ari seek
.r taide, restorition and expansion,
. must adjust our. titriffs to the new
der. We sel-k Iarticipation inl the
wl's exchianges, beca use thereinit
s out way to widen influence and
e triumiphs of ee. We know full
l1 we can not sell where we do
t buy a11nd we can not sell success
Ily where we do not carry.
Opportunity is caling not alone
r the restoration, but for a new
:t inl production, transportaitionl at nd
Ide. We shall ais-vevr it best by
ting the deimld of a surpassing
me market, by pnomoting self-r
mev in prodluction and by bidding:
terprise, genits and eficienev to
rr1-Y our c'agor s in American hot
mis to tihe tmarits of the world.
An A merica of 1Homes
We would not have an America
-ing withint ami for herself alone,
t we would hare <e0r self-reliant,
lependent and ever nobler, si rong- .
and richer. Beli'ving int outr high- ^
standards, rea red through con
tutional liberty and mtaoinfitneId
portunity. we invite the world to I
e saimte height s. But pride in
ings wrough t is no reflex of tccom. -
shed tasks. Co omio welfare is I
c goal of %lr national etndeavor.
(alth is 1 ,t ilitlicall to welfare, it
ghtI to b- its friendliest. gency.
lhere never can he eqfua lity of re
HrdS or possessions so long as the
1mat plan contaitns varied talents
I dill'er'ing degiecs of industry a d
rift, bit ours o:ught to be a 'coun.
v free front gtre:it blotches of d is
ssed poverty. We ought to fin1d I
way to guatt against the perils and
11alties of unemployment. W\" w%-t
IiAterica of honmes, illunined with
pe and happintess, where mothers,
Cetl from tihe tnecessity for long
t's of toil beyond their owt doors,
y pireside as beits tf e heath
01ne1 of Americam 'itizentsship. We
ant thel er11, o Ameirican chibd
Nod rockedl unde4r comditions so i
h1olesonie an I'l hOIopeful1 that nol '
ighit 111m1y tou(cih it itn its deivelop
cot an1d we w'ant to trovide th:t
I selfish interest, no ma 'teritl n ecefs
ty, no lack of ol)o'tuntlit' sal
event the gaining of that edlc.tiot
essential to best citizensh ip.
There is no short cut to the timk
g of these idealfs into ghnl realifies
IV wotbi has witnlessed again :ai d
-ainl the fut ilitv :1011 the mischief 1
ill-considered remedies for social
dll econie disorlders. But we'(r
indful today as nevetr hel'ort of th '
ietiotn of tti lern inditstrialism) and
t1tmtst leartnti its caustes antid reduce
Sevil 'otnsetfuences by~ sobert awn I
stetd tmethods(1. Wherce geniuis ims
ade for' grea t possiilit ies, just ice
id ha pp iness nmust ftc reflected ini aI
Wervice, fte Su premte Coinmit ment
Sri Ice is the supreme'i)C coimmiiit -
t'it of lift'. I wtouhl re(joice( to ace-1
own i wit lie auIitocriacy' of se'rv
. I fpledgedlii an lnintisttrationt i
herint all the agenct~ies tof gov'ern
ent t ar al''fled to serive aindI e'ver prto
tite ani untdert'tanin tg of govetn.
One11 cani tnot stand I this fpresetnce
if It' untm itlf'ulf ithef)' tre'meou'~fts
is whfdld hetvily to ourit tasks. fHuti
ithI thle i'ealizatiott ('mnles the surtge
Igh resolve ,andl tete is r'eassurt
ice int btelief in thie'(:oil-ejiven ies
ty oIf '(urt repubtIlic. if I felt that
11r' is tto he sole respionsibility4 int=
it'r'ow, I shouhd slitink from the I
14rdeni. BtL her e ar i'i hundrtt1( ed"
ared'( re'sponsibiility, anmswrerabtle to~ I
otns themtu fo t h'ir' dty4 aind I ini
I acceptL my,~ part wrihi sintgle-tmjind
!w(55 of f'prpse' an uil ty ofi
irit :onl impilfor' thle favr0 imai I
itdance' of Gol int his heavent. Wiit h"
('se 1 am1) untafraid antd 'oib ilty ,
ce t he Inutot-e.'
,1 have takeni the solemn (ath 'of j
Wce otn thfat pasage of I loly Writ, .
ieremt it is aske: ''What eth Ii
e I .tt'i requiire iof Ithie but to Ioi,
stly antd to fove, iwey ai walk 'I
mldy with 1thtGod." TlhisI
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Do not forget that we have a large and well as
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Fittings, Iron, Steel, Shafting, Pulleys and Hang
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COLUMBIA SUPPLY COMPANY
823 West Gervais St. (1UMBIAz, S. C.
Gasoline 30c. Gasoline 30c.
We have put on a Transfer Line and can now
supply you with Cars by the day or trip.
We wIll meet all trains. Best Cars and
FARE TO DEPOT 25c.
Gasoline, per Gallon, 30c.
Weatherford & Rawlinson
At Weatherford Motor Co.
Day Phone, 69. Night Phones, 95 and 207.
k A 1 ~-1. iw.L 4 .
C.L.L"Luzj. 'UvC;? VNIIcL we'
have to show you in g
our line next time you,
come to town. It mays
be you are not in thee
I market just now for's
k what we have for sale, )
I but would give us thee
I privilege and pleasure*
I of showing you thruS
K anyway. We will show
k you onlysuch goods as t
will give you service. I
Prices and terms al- A
k ways in line. Stop with "
us when in town.
OUR BANK and
INSEPARABLE Your Future
- A good future without saving is somnething that
doesn't often happen, you know.
Our institution is a progressive money saving ~
and investing bank.
We solicit the patronage of these whose erson
al attributes are likewise--and those who earnest
ly desirse to become such.
You nevei regiet ionwy saved l The is no
use to reg ret when it is gone.
The Bank of Manning
JOSEPH SPROTT, President
T. M. MOUZON, Cashier