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For three years the P
efforts to the developn
every facility for rest
worked with one defini
most efficient power p1
That motor is now an
the laboratory to the
lessly and continuousl:
and strain that brutal
stance it has emerged i
These long, exhaustiva
Paige Motor is indeed
The war has taught
lessons. In the past th
an entirely new conce
You will find a striking
The scrupulously accui
With the closest insp
much broader experie
highly refined, highly
One ride in the "Glen
sweeps you along with
cal noise. There is m<
car glides on its w'ay v
DOG F'IGU;RES~ IN RAID stilts had I
one of the
A sheville, N. C., JTan. 2. "'aM,'' the t he otleers
Relgian police dlog, ownvd bly S. Glenn 33aptuingl
Youing, spJec'ial agent <fcpa rtment o.(f several gal
justice, figu.iired today in the raidj made13 (com1plete e
by revenue (omeers on th ree ill ic it by the (p3
itilla in P'olk ('ounty nlearI herec, the t he phan11ts,
log capturing one of the operators. ed b~y the
Sourrounline t.he snot. where the (': Jo.,
sige engineers have been devoting the
Lent of a New Six-cylinder motor. Wit
arch and experiment, these men has
te object in mind-the production of th
ant in the world.
accomplished fact. It has passed fro
-oad and there it has been tested merc
r. It has been subjected to every stre
driving might suggest, but in each il
vith a flawless record.
tests have convinced us that the ne
the most efficient of all light sixes. I
kmerican manufacturers many valuab
ree years, for instance, we have developc
ption of precise manufacturing in lar
example of this practice in the New Paij
ate methods that were applied to delica
ns are now producing every unit of our ca
ection, vastly increased equipment ar
nce, there could be only one result
brook" tells an eloquent story of finel
The smooth, even power of the mot
out c suggestion of vibration or mechar
~rely a gentle purr from the exhaust as t2
pith the buoyancy of an aeroplane.
IEen h idden ,thel oflicera sen lt wee(ksu and th
men, who wase captured by
,who then rushed the plant, 'f E~A V Y It
over 1 .0001 allons of heer-, Washington
Ions of hot liqiuor anid t hree ment d. eeficijt
utfits. A fight was put up during Novemi
rators in anl effort to save malltely $014,50(
bult th(y were overpower-- the year, alcc(
officers. Th is makes 58 pileed andl mad
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ew Paige i
ir economy of operation, hill climbing ab
h flexibility it has far surpassed any power I
ie Best of all it is an original Paige produc
engineers and built by Paige mechanics ii
n it we have incorporated every approved f<
i- automotive engineering.
s In brief, it represents the sum total <
knowledge. It expresses accurately an
mendous strides of scientific developmen
w period. It is a strictly modern achieven
n combined genius of two continents.
le All road shocks and jars are immediately i
d spring suspen~sion.
There is no danger of sway or "side slit
speed may be, for every ounce of weigh
,e tributed with scientific precision.
te Inside the car there is body room, leg ro<
r. five adult passengers to travel in luxurio
d The upholstering is soft and inviting ---the
a appointments throughout are the best
So far as the design is concerned, you o
>r expect, for this is "The Most Beautiful
i- The "Glenbrook" model is our latest ach2
eC ask you to see it-ride in it --drive it
opinion. We shall be quite content to a
reR, S. C.
22nd operator. s~t omrecnms
.Jan. 2.- -The govern
rom ralilroad~ operation eee otso 99~
her will be approxi- $1 OOOO
',00, a low record for Osm iJr it
rdling to figures comn-_____
e' public~ tonight by theLosilKyan .
stateomcs iqo fommeprte comiss
rlity, acceleration and
)lant developed by this
t-conceived by Paige
1 the Paige shops. In
-ature that is known tc.
>f current engineering
d completely the tre
t during the entire war
lent-a product of the
absorbed in the velvety
" no matter what the
t in the chassis is dis
m and elbow room for
equipment and general
that ,money can buy.
f course know what to
Ut..r in America."
ievement. We merely
-and fo mn your own
bide by the result.
[T MOTOR CAR
TI, U.S. A.
s of Paige Cars'
on figures, will bc dliscontinlued next Monday, it
the twenty wa announcedl heroa tonight.
I operation. R. L. Mc~ellar, fo reign freight traf
a for th fic manager of the Southern Railroadl
more than announced that it would be almost im
p)ossible to accept shipments4 for ex
port later than .January 5, because~ of
x1>ont' inability to ship the liquor to sea
ports and place it on board ship by
ovement of .January 16, when national prohibition
n countries hecomes eftrive.
EARTHQUAKE IN MEXICO,
CAUSES HEAY TOLL
Center of Disturbance Believed to
Have Been Near oVlcano of Ori
zaba-IImpossiblo to Eeven Ap
proximate Casualties. Panic
Among Ignorant Classes.
Mexico City, Jan. 4 (By the A'so
elated Press.)--Scores of persons have
been killed in a violent earthquake
which occurred in many parts of Mexi
eo last night. The center of the dis
turbance is believed to have been near
the volcano of Orizaba.
Incomplete press reports indicate
that the state of eVra Cruz suffered
more than any other section, although
seismic disturbances, were felt
throughout the entire republic. Ad
vices from Coroba say that 30 dead
have already been accounted for in
the village of San Juan Coscamatepec,
where many houses were destroyed.
There are unconfirmed reports of a
similar catastrophe in the village of
At Jalapa, further north, 50 victims
of the earthquake have been counted
including numerous (lead.
Lack of communication with the
other smal ltowns and villages in the
theater of the disturbance makes even
approximate estimates of the casual
The earthquake caused great alarm
in the large cities. Marine distur
bances have occurred off Vera Cruz
city and there were some casualties,
although the number is not known,
with considerable destruction of pro
From San Juan Coscomatepec, it
is reported that the shocks still con
Information secured from the gov
ernment observatory at Tacubaya
show tha tthere were three distinct
shocks, the strength of which decen
tralized the instruments. The first
shock, which occurred at 9.45 o'clock
Saturday evening lasted five minutes.
The 'second, at 10.25 was very brief
but of terrific intensity and was ac
:ompanied by terrifying subterranean
noises. The third shock, at 11:01
:'clock was not discernible except by
The panic in the capital among the
igonrant classes was indescribable.
Many of the people fled from their
homes and flocked, to the churches.
The Indians in the suburbs hurried
to the shrine of the Virgin of Gauda
lupe. From Toluca, Cuernavaca and
Puebla comes similar voices of panic.
Slight damage was done to the poorly
:onstructed homes of the poor people.
Panic reigned in various cities and
villages in the state of Vera Cruz.
where the people left their homes and
spent the night in the streets.
The damage in Mexico City was lim
ted to cracks in the large buildings.
There were no deaths and none of the
inhabitants was injured.
While the government observatory
has not decided what caused the shock
reports received from Cordoba, state
:>f Vera Cruz, assert that they were
lue to the volcano Orizaba although
the mea& ,e dlispatches contain noth
ing regardling a possible eruption or
a volcanic (disturbance.
The two volcanoes near Mexico City
--Propocatepel and Ixtaccihuti
have shown no signs of disturbance.
The shocks were fet heavily among
the towns along the ridge valley of
Mexico, while the capital which is in
the center of the valley, was not af
Late rep~orts received here say that
the (death list in San Juan, Coscoma
tepee, was augmented as a result of
the collapse of the church tower which
2rashedl in upon the crowds gathered
insidle the edific to pray followving the
Vera Cruzt city is without water,
while the lighting systems of Orizaba
andl Jalapa) are out of 'omissi5ion.
A report from Orizabha says it is be
lieved two trains one bound for Mex
ico City a nd the other for Vera Cruz,
were dlerailed by the shock.
NOTICE OF" DISCH A RGE
I will apply to the .Judge of Pro
b~ate for Clarendon County, on the
12th, day of JTanuary 1920, at 11
r,'clock a'. m. for letters of discharge
as administrator of the Estate of W.
P.* WVebber, deceased.
.James V. Burgess,
De'. 10th 1919.
NOTICE OF~ D)ISCHARGE
I, will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County, on the
12th (lay of January 1920; at 11
o'clock a. m. for Letters of discharge
as adlministrator of the estate of
Laurence Keith lHowle, deceased.
Timmons C. Howvle,
Summerton, S. C., Dee. 5th, 1919.
Sbxa ocale .~h iluo Ribbxon. f
yearsknownas lest,safst,Always Se1!abte
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