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Gn-Cola Che a Cola
-Cola EllirnCpla cher-Cola
NIWSY NOTES FROM GABL[
Presbyterial meets at Sardinia on
the 16th of this month and the fol
lowing young men have offered their
cars for the pleasure of the delegates: a
Messrs. Edward Player, Marion Du
Bose, Lander Cousar, Earl Millsap,
Eugene McFaddin. Mr. L. B. McFad
din statedl he would be glad to offer
his car provided the delegates pay
for the gasoline.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bryant arrived
at Gable on Monday, andl every one
is remarking how lucky Bryant was
to get marriedl just as the wvar started.
Mr. J. B. Burgess has just returned
from a big fish fry. lHe reports much
sickniess onl the trip.
Among those who motored to Brick
church Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs.
L. B. McFaddin and~ party, Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Burgess and children, Mr.
and Mrs. J. D). Mcladdin andl daugh1
ter and Dr. and Mrs. A. F. D~oty and
A. F., Jr.
Mr. Geo. Williams the produce fiend
was slightly noticedl at Gable a fewv
dlays ago.
HON. JOH
joining co'
McLaa
and his ta
hear him.
All CHERO-COLA Bo
the United States will <
Cola Day on April ]
house" between the ho
It is estirn
who sell (
bottled C]
occasion.
COLA'S
this oppor
method of
by CHEB
The purityand whole!
COLA has rapidly I
suming public. As
has reached a volum
than has ever been
tied carbonated bev<
- time,-a record w<
worthy of your cony
SUMTl
Dr. and Mrs. Mills of Mayesville m
pent several hours at Gable. to
Several parties from here attended
e Sunday school convention at New he
ion on the 8th. at
Dr. E. B. Gamble of New Zion was w
visitor at Gable on Tuesday.
Dr. C. E. Gamble of Turbeville
pent several hours at Gable last
Mnday. ti
Mr. Joe Walther spent Sunday at
ble.
Mfr. Wallace Dardin motored to
muiter last Sunday.
Mr. Sanm Calender of Sumter was
an~f around here selling hisi famous
1d line of groceries for L. B. Philips
Co.
Mr. WV. C. Highami was seen dlriv
ihis high Ihenry on Sunday, last.
Dr. W. II. Woods is still on the
b relieving the sick folks.
After a long spell of illness. Mr.
uther Turbev'ille, our populair depot
aent, can be found at his desk.
Mr. I amon T1urbeville had a pain
ul accident a few dlays ago while clos
in the doors to a box car. In some
ay his hand was caught in the doori
ad he suffered a severe smash. HeI
L. McLAUJ
nties on the
irin is one of
k will be of g:
Remember
SSUM
YOU?/
ORDIALLY
TO BE OUI
10A.M. TC
tling Plants throughout
lebrate National Chero
.8th by keeping "open
urs 10 a. i. and 5 p. in.
ated that more than a
HERO-COLA, will ha
IERO-COLA and disp]
Millions of consum<
Individual Sanitary Pa
tunity for the public to
E bottle sterilization, ch
.0-COLA Bottling Plai
omencss of bottled CIERO
;ained favor with the con
evidence-.CHERO-COLA
e in its development greater
reached by any othcr bot
,rage for the same period of
are proud of and a fact
ideration.
CHERO-CO
SUMTE
List remember that his arms are too w
sg for such short doors. fi
Mr. Editor, news is scarce around a
re this week owing to the cold spells b
kd rain so look for a long letter next s
ek.
Bud Rose. p
0
The famous Latin Quarter of Paris,
e locality where the artists and au
fors live, has been faithfully repro
ced in "Trilby," the sensational film
adec from the famous novel by
orge Du Mlaurier. At The Pastine t
riay, April 13, ( Field Day).
0
NoT[CE.
Any and1( all school trustees wishing
o work up) the special school tax in
eir dlistrict wvill please comec in at
c andl do so, as I am now putting
rperty on the boks.
A. P. BURGESS,
County Auditor.
------0
larendon County Aledical Associat ion
Endorses President Wilson.
An interesting me'eting of the Clar
~non County Mldical Ass~oc ition
tIN will add:
cotton situat:
the best post
reat benefit t4
-he date,
TER,
KRE
INVITED
Z GUEST
5 P.M.
r'here will be more than a
CIERO-COLA served free
many CHERO-COLA Bottlix
date-April 18th.
hundred thousand me
ye their stores decorate
[ay advertising matter
rs who appreciate C:
ckage" idea will again w
see for themselves the i
;ansing and re-filling en
its throughout the con
National Chero-Cola Day, yoi
educational feature of our adv
We want the public to kno
COLA is. We want the public
served only in bottles. We
our plant and see for yourself
receive booklets telling the w]
fail to come-April 18th.
LA BOTTLI1
R. S. C.
,as held Monday afternoon in the of- t<
ce of Dr. Charles B. Geiger. The e
nnual election of officers, which had ti
en deferred, was gone into and re- u
lte(l as follows: Dr. E. W. Barron, t'
resident; Dr. W. H. Carrigan, vice- n
resident; Dr. L. C. Stukes, secretary
id treasurer; Dr. T. J. Davis, dele
ate to the South Carolina Medical
ssociation. I)r. S. C. Baker, of
umter, who is the Councillor for the t
venth district, was present at the
teet ing andl took a leading pa~rt in
e scientilic dliscussion. Tlhe local
embers expressedl much pleasurte at
aving D~r. Baker with them.
In view of the recent declaration of
state of war as ex isting between
the United States of America and the
mperial Government of G;ermany,
esolutions were adopted recognizing
the hiigh patriotic pur-pos5e of Presi
(lent Woodrowv Wilson in all the steps
he has taken in connection with the
rave international complications that
ave arise'n, withouit pr1ov'ocation1 on
the part of our government, and ex
p~ressing profond~ conftidence in the
parpaose andl innate ability of the
presient to push to a success5ful con-|
lusion the contest to overthrow au
APR
ess the Farr
on. Everybc
d men on far
the farming
APRI
million bottles of
to visitors of the
ig Plants on this
Lchants
.d with
or this
[IERO
lcome
odern
iployed
try.
i will note, is an
rtising campaign.
w what CHERO
to know why it is
Want you to Visit
-at the same time
olc 8tory. Don't
NG CO.,
ratic tyranny and to establish lib- w
7y and justice among the peoples of a
i earth. To this eni the members s
nanimously pledgedtheir support to n
ie government in whatever way they s
light be of service to their country. a
0-- t
LIEIIENFELS CREW IN .AIL
Charleston, April 10.-The arrest of
he eighth member of the Liebenfels
rew sought by federal dleputy mar
hals occurred this a fternoon, and so1
eleasing an announcement by the
>vernment authorities that all the1
.ebenfels subordinate oflicers were
dged in the counlty jail, seven be
g taken into custody last night upon
'ceipt of orders to this elfect. Capt.
Klattenhoti' is undler close guard at a
oal inIi rmary, where he has been a
patient since the sinking of his steam
ship in this harbor, JIanuary 31 , an
ent which resulted in the conviction
of the eight undler officers, who were
reltase'd on bond pending an appeal.
"apt. Kiattenholf has never been able
to allppear for trial. It is unerstood1
there to be intern~ed in (let ention cam p
(luring the period of the war. Tlhey
IL21
iers of Sumt
~dy is invited
ing in Sout
class. Corn
T -
ZILL
'er arrested as alien enemies from
board a German ship. The recent
eret service raid here had no con
ection with their apprehension, it is
tated. Other arrests of alien enemies
re expected to develop here at any
ime.
o
I'Il) GETS GREATEST'
NUMBER OF RECRUITS
Chicago, April 10.-Cupid obtained
re enlistments in Chicago today
a any other recruiting office, 1 ,132
rramge licenses being issued. The
ys business was the largest in the
istory of the county court.
Throughout the day, long lines of
ating bridegrooms tnrongedl the li
cse ollice. Mlany rebuked The youn.
men, calling them "slackers." Orders
ere'~ issued to exclude from the cor
d~ors 'runners" for county justices
fthe peace, reported to have been
oliciting business.
Mlost of the prospective benied icts
den ied that the call to arms was
sponsible for their rush ot mat
emny.
A I)VEI'''SE IN TlIIE TlIM ES.
.
r and ad
o be there
LCarolina
eout and

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