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motorist-a constant source
of trouble and expense.
You can save the cost of
constantly removing carbon by
using SUNOCO-the wholly
distilled motor oil that elimi.
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SUNOCO is absolutely free
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into hard carbon deposit.
Use SUNOCO. You'll save
money and get far better ser
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"After the birth of my
baby I had a back-set,"
wries Mrs. Mattle Cross
white, of Glade Spring,
SVa. "I was very ill;
thought I was going to
die. I was so weak I
couldn't raise niy head to
get a drink of watcr. 1
took . . . medicine, yet I
Sdidn't get any better. I
was constipated-and very
wecak, getting worse and
worse. I sent for Cardui."
hadi "Ifound after one bot..
tie of Cardul I was 1m..
proving," adds Mrs.
Crosswhite. "SIx bot
tles of Cardul and . . . I
was cured, yes, I can say
they were a Ood-send to
me. I believe I would
have died~adt tiot been
for Cardud." Cardul has
Seen found benelleial In
nmany thou.e~t i ilif
cases of wontanly trou
bles. If y'rn feel the need
of a godd, strengthen
ing ~tonic, why not try
Cardul? 4j may be just
what you need.
BONUS 11iiMSURE LEADS
TO HOT SENATE FIGHT
Democrats Atiack iteported Republi
can Compronilse to Side-Track Bill
for Tariff on Moiday.
.Washington, 'June 17.-The soldIers'
bonus fight broke unexpectedly in the
senate today when democratic senators
attacked the reporte(I compromhise of
reptblican leaders not to call up the
Imeasure next Monday but to have it
.follow the tariff bill. For two hours
the tarty leaders clashed but with no
effect except for addition'al indications
that the republioan p1an would pro
vail. Open declarations, however, that
an effort would be made -in any event
to call up the bill next week and the
rituation was further complicated .Iy
failure olf the senate teday to dispos-e
of the naval bill which went over
until Monday largely because of to
'5 pirotracted (iisCussion of the
The senate lfy followed confer
caices between President flarding and
republican leaders at wyhich the
president wvas assired that Monday's
coaforence of the republican scnators
would result in holding the tariff be
tween the senate but witlh a dec!lara
tion 'tLe tbonts bill siould be passed
ILefore conlgress adjourns.
That the i:)reailent would sign the
ill if p.lssad an(- that it undoubted
ly wou1ld be pi'ssc( before adjourniient
we-s ftated during the senate debate
by Chailrlia, A!cCumber, of the seln
ate finance comitlltee In charge of
both the tariff and bonus measures.
The sen'ate (libate was enlivened
by a charge from Senator Walsh, dem
ocra-t, 'fassachusetts,. that an "hon.
est 'majority" of the senate was not
behind the bonus bill %ind that a
group of senators professing to favor
it were "duckng -alnd dodging" and
seeking to avoid going -on record. Sel
ator Ashurst, democrat, Arizona, iwho
init:lated the discussion demanded
early action oil the .bonus measure and
predicted its defeat if it should not be
put -ahead of tile tariff.
Congress would adjourn after dis
oiiet:ng of the tariff bill, said senator
Senator McCu-mber wrns asked
pointblank by IFenator Ashurst
whethier he intended to carry out his
plan -announced June 8 to call up the
:4us bil and lay aside temporarily.
the tariff mc'asure within ten days
(if so. Interruptions of other senators
prevented Senator !McCumber from
r(.,Aying immediately 'but later Sena
tor Mc0umiber in a lengtihy state
ment in behalf of the 'bonus said he
would be content if the republican
conference Monday wou ld renew
d$iniely what he said' was the
p)lcdge of the party Ill power to pass
the bill before adjournment.
"We'll -understand . Monday and
deflteely," said -Senator lcCumber,
pounding his desk 'with his filst,
whether we're going to keep faith.
I belleve that we will. It -Is my dtty
to put the tariff bill through. It also
is -my duty to see th-at this other biAl
(the bonus) goes through and 1 In
tend to see to It thlat they do go
through and there0 will be no adjoura
nient ya thIs seson until they do go
Sr3~r 0'foraht, repiulilean) , I daho,
!sal ~'hez repubilteau conference deci
n.ion~ dill not hind1( ind civ[ilual se4nators
und that h~e hand not aittcede tile COnl
ference wlieh declared for passage
of tile' hionus mneasurie.
Senaiutor 'MceCumbher saidi rumors
wore currenCft that someI dlemocr'atic
senators intenided. to .filibuster against
the bonus bill in order to declare
the tariff mleasuriie C the bonus11
shouldi be put -ahead, but Senator
Ashiurst denied that any filibuster
would be attemupted.
Concluding the senate Cray, Senator1
Walsh of Massachusetts, s'aid it was
time to "be hlonest and frank." Point
inlg out thlat tile 't;>nus <luestion hlas
been 'before congr'ess three years with
t'wo bills reoted out, Senator Walshl
said~ there was 'a minority in favor of
lthe ,bill, 'a majority -against it and
another group) of senators "who are
dodging and ducking against going on
"The soldiers will knew whlo arc
their friends," Senator W'alsh warncd.
From American Legion Weekly.
And i.t came to pass thlat a strang
ei, entering the gates of Jerusalem,
saw gathered there 'before the palace
of Solomon the King, a multitude of
,women who spoke not .but held their
pe~ace, yea, silently and W Inch
sw gwith their finger 'tips to theh'
lips did they hold thelir peace.
- So hue accosted a wayfarer and
asked of hlim: "Say, buddy, "xhat's
all -that jan of womlenl lined la in
front; of Sol's 'Palace for? Suffrage
peediade or something?"
Alld the wayffror answered and
said: "No cylahice guy. Thai/'(. (the
cyae so'S they ca#t go thr'~ueh1 '1113
* '. S*SSS
* LANFOlD NEWS *
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Lanf'ord, June 19.-Cr. Graves L.
Knigit. filled his regular appointment
Sunday morning and hi.s earnest ap
peal to Clristians; to present their
bodies a living sacrifice wholy accepta
ble -to the -Lord was most ably pre
Tho Epworth League met Sunday
tafternooi with a laitre crowvd oC
young peolile pr.sent.
Mrs. C.L. Waldreot- and Miss Lenora
Pattersqon attended the E-pwol th
League conference in Greenwood at
1inuder college, and 0oth were en
thItsiastic over the mcny good thing:4
they heard and lear-nld.
'he 11. Y. ;P. IT. had a most interest
h11 meeting Sunday Iight and elected
and installed new officers for the or
Mrs. 'Wa.l-tcr Ode.l "nd little daugh
ter, Nell, of Atlanta. Ga., are spending
some timue with lic other, Mrs. Ethel
,ir. Ml Flin'g and Prof. JaImie
I.. *leming left L.londay moriing for
RVichiiioiid, Va., to atte.nd the o:d sol
Mr. Flcd 1). Cox has retuned l ho:mIe
'roim Foriman :n!':eralty to apend his
f r.W:1 wit his parcut.r, .\ll. an
.\Mrs. C. 1). Cox.
ilira Jenness Cox, who haS been
eaching in Conway 'the 'past two ses
slons, has returned heme. Also Misr.
Janic Cox, 'vho has completed the 11th
nrade v.t Woodruff high school.
.lr.J.'). Jolioni has returned home
:ft.cr a pleasant -trip through the
mllouitain; of North :Caroliia and
Mr. and Mrs. Harper -Hliggins, of'
B3uffalo, and ha'hy, H. T., were guests
.t the home of Mr. and Ars. J. S.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Thionas, of U.:no
Pce, spent the week-end with Mr. and
\is. A. R1. Ilolmes.
.Mr. 1). 'T. Wix has tie contract to
)sinl the new school building at Ccn
ral, snd will begin work at an early
The Rural School hImp)rovemnt as
-,ciation will meet nex-t Friday after
loon and will diiscuss the WeOdIoIV
Wilson Endowment fund. We hope alli
who re ntrested in Ith!s subject
,vill 't.tend and bring sOrie heM1:bful
;uggesticns, as well as enjoy the social
eature of the occasion.
Mrs. Minanie i a tterson and (dauhitgh
ers, of Spartaniurg, were recent
tutcts of mr. and Mr:s. J. R. Patter.
Mlr. .\!. 0. l'.tter;on's fanily have
returned from Spartanburg to sp~endi
the su) mimer at their home on the farm .
The threshers are busy in this con
muni-ty, '1treshing the wheat crop.
.ir. and -Mrs. Uattaway, of Georgia,
are spnding some time nIt the home
of Mr. aId Mrs. L. Al. Cannon.
Alster John IM. Cannon, of Rock
1lill, is en.oying his vacation at the
home of his g'andparents, here.
M lses Kat hlcen an11d Myrtle Pullev,
MattIe flella and hiennie Cox werere
cen4t guests of Miss Lillie Mae Cox.
-lMr. 0. C. Cox and daughters were
itors nt the home of Mr. and Mrs.
1. A.l. DeShieldis, last Sunday.
Mlesirs. Fredl and Edgar Coopecr ''nd
[ecil Burgess are attending a singing
school at Enorce.
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Ekom, June l9.--After an a-bsenceI
f several wieeks, we willl give a few
Wec are glad to report. the health of
.iir comuity very good.
The farmers are riulte busy after so
much e ain, catcl'ing up wlIh their
work. A good deal of grain has been
Mess-rs. Carl C'ulbertson, J. 'W.
'Thonme, Sam Earl 'McNinch, iWalter.,
Brissy and Ryan 'Pinson aro doing
night wvork at Ware Shoals.
Mrs. 'Mattie Burts and children and
Mrs. LoU Cuibertson and daughter,
spent Sunday at he home of Mr. L. C.
Mr. Todd Knight and family visited
Mrs. Luranie 'McDaniel end children
'Misses I4illy Mae and Lucile Crad
(ock and brother, and Messrs. Rlay
and 'Roy Godfrey, of F'ountain Inn, vis
11t(d Mr. 'and Mrs. Floyd Godfrey re
Mr. A. Ri. Thome and family visited
relatives in, the Mt. Olive section Sun
'Igs Milad-ed legorald, of Oren-,
wvoodl, spent 'the week-end wvith Miss
Minnie 'Lonio Cooper..
Miss Minnie 'Brissey and brother
vinited :Mr. and Mrs. Gray Cdoper.
Dr. COooper and wife viisted -their
sister, 'Mrs. Lou Culbertson, Saturday
11ab ishI Co stlpatlon Cured
in 14 to21 Days
"LAX(OS ITHPEPSI1" is a pecially
p'r4pgreSrrp Tdi~xativo for:Hbiuai
bnsIation. It eieves ptitly ut
shiOt be tak en resijIarly for 14 to 21.days
toindec64tg ir Milon it Stimtilatea atid
Reat: AVery 1'larant to Taoke. 60e
Not even USC4
this value bel
HEN you look at a
30 x 3/2USCO at e
$10.90 think back
for a minute as far
as you can rememberUSCO. c
The truth is that men have
always found USCO an out..
standing money's worth no
matter what its price.
Today at $10.90 USCO b
maintains its established
standard of quality.
And because of the new
price, it sets a new index of
* * *
Men who have used
USCO have never been
inclined to measure its
value by the general
run of tires.
Where You EUREKA DRUG CO., L
Can Buy J. D. SPEN
C. L. \
U. S. Tires:
IF* t nt
There'onmcas N ha slineytli
ronedprfrAcbi out mot
rtrinflpoer and thaximm
Togt the sm rsulof "Sta
botharine -aght gaode fev
SaTeAoNtARD skill Bu
-le' acw(EW JERio Snt
day jstasthre rego~l E
clthsTaes AND to
) ever touched
Since last fall when USCO
stablished the $10.90
rice range they have rec.
gnized it vi a value
eyond atny possible
A still preater
toney *sm worth
SCo i USCO
United States Tires
United States 9 Rubber Company
toV. "* ad r4.-A
turers, S. C. E. V. GOLDING, Waterloo, S. C.
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VALDREP, L anford Station, S. C.
The ood-ivll and rcjpu!aXon for
making dependable products
which t h Is coimpaiy Am!; aniong
tho great motormin public has
taken years to buil up1) and is to.
dav is5 rreatest asscL
equipmnt and ac
nde oil they coudld
hey bioth had the
fact remains that
D gas8oline sold to
id and indifferent
asoline. It has been
will run It better and
at Is hahaza~rdl.
ive a balanced, wvell
r. It has light, inter.
always insure quick
ridard" Gasoline use