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I More Ru I J We Firestone Tir Goodyea \ Tire A< PatcheSj Friction ? * % ^ \ >: ; I : J iv ' New Wavne I < i Moto HAR - ' I Lexington ? > ^ _ LEXINGTON DISPATCH-NEWS] . OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER ' Published Every Wednesday By LEXINGTON-piSPATCH-NEWS PUBLISHING CO. Lexington, S. C. G. M. HARMAN, Editor . S. J. LEAPHART, Business Manager Entered at the Post Office at Lex ington, S. C., as Mail Matter of the i Second Class. I Subscription Price; per Year; $1.50' CASH-IN-ADVANCE Make all communications to Lex-, ington Dispatch-News Publishing Co., Lexington, S. C. Phone 119 WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 25; 1918. LAST CALL. We wish, to call the attention of our subscribers who are in arrears to the fact that this is positively the last paper they will receive until their sub scription is paid up-to-date We regret f'OPENI I? Thursc !_ j Exclusive Is I'' and-Friday, Sew I erate m price. : has recently ret j the latest styles f Store on Th . i ===== C Lexington, m? , IS m N r'->j Y-A. v' ? H$ fc-T tfHM W,-:y ?"X"Waj p^.'j tv } y,i!--/ ??-? *& II J ^ i' W"-9 <#*'% f? I"4 II f1 4^h4P) y4^^l X JO*^ gesi rmu are in position t no Means most milt "k and Non-Skid, >! Laminated Innei ^ * Inner Tubes, ext xessories, Repair IV , Hook-On Boots, Che Taoe. ReDair Gum ar r -7 ?? Honest Measur ' 'HI. r Oils, Dope a MON - T i * very much to have this to do, as we only have a few aijd most of them we know will pay, hut the. Qovernment ^ias ordered and we must obey.Many of these subscribers have been taking tne L'lspatcn lor -ia or ov ycais emu. have always paid their subscription, but unless they are renewed by October 1st. the paper will be stopped. Rule No. 2 of instructions sent to I publishers by the War Industries i Boad reads "No publisher may conI tinue subscriptions after three months after date of expiration unless subscriptions are renewed and paid for.4' Therefore we ask all subscribers to please bring- or send us their subj scriptions s? that we can continue j their paper. If you fail to receive your paper this week or aftqr October 1st you will know the eason. 1 I , KOHXS The latest addition to Columbia's i list of department stores is Kohn's at i Will Evans' old stand on Main St. j This place is managed by Mr. Sol I Kohn of Orangeburg-, who has been a successful merchant in that city for a decade or more. Mr. Kohn being a ! man of keen lousiness foresight and 1 sound- judgment saw the business pos| sibilities for such a place in Columbia and bought the store house and entire ; stock of Mr. Evans. He is now ini stalling handsome mohogany fixtures : and when completed will be one of the ; swellest places in the city. Mr. Kohn lay Sc Novelties, Pattern ai tember 26 and 27. Come and see them urned from the mos i in Millinery. Yon ese Dates. AUGH ? m J || "\ \ * rr* ;-,\ fctt \A n k "\yjk ?&* >A y(<j- f*d li'A ftiti Tire o give you a Bigg 3S per Dollar. Guar The Prices Ar : Tubes are the best ,ra heavy and tough, laterial, "Big Helps impion Spark Plugs, ? id Cement. e Pump Station i nd Transmissic UM\A ? ' # >s HE REX A ? } has retained all clerks formerly em- j ployed by Mr. Evans who extend an; invitation to-all -their-friends to TISTTT them. -They-are still, featuring-.higfi|| class merchandise at reasonable? I prices, and are in position to serve} j the people in everything- ready to; ; wear. Mr. Kohn has the reputation; i of serving families for three genera-: : tions, because' he gives his customers; j good service and good values. He! I solicits his share of the Lexington | j county trade, ltead his advertise-J ! meny in this issue and visit his store, j COTTON" AM> SEED, j . Winy Elliot, iFood Administrator j j for South Carolina. warns farmers1 about lushing cotton and the seed on . rSo in'icifot Mills: npp not nrooared ! I to take care of a1! at once. Ho also [ wains dealers and sinners against im- ! I proper protection 01* cotton and seed. : ! Me urges farmers to haul cotton seed . j meal back fern the mills. Many mills ; ' have meal for sale now, whereas; if i ! you sell seed now and wait until spring I for meal, you will find the stock! ; short and perhaps higher in price. | James Lever of Inno spent Sunday ! with his brotrer J. A. Lever near ChaI : * pin. . ! ! i ! R. Lester Price, a good farmer > ? t [ from Gilbert route 2 was a visitor in j : Lexington today and while here renew i ; ed his subscription for another year, j id Tailored Hats wil Our Hats are smart . Miss Rebie Couru 5t up-to-date Hat Sh are cordially invitee MAN-I &,-s v; ^ ^ *#. fe ^ 4? $6 js ? %rr; KM ? i i 'Zrzi**'' w r \? K'i t\f3 ?:-ii *v--jv iqt ^ $4 rjj m ?::/.? '? , v\ ifv r-^pj ?r?\ *"? 7*S n.' f-'.v S k * ^ ,^*zz^( p*? d JL ?skJL f ;er and Better Tir anteed to give serv e Right. Grey Tubes made. ? in Little Troubles, ichrader Valves, H _ _ v- ? * J ' I - . .V - * " , Delivers Quick >n Grease. JG ( LL STOR i>r .r?" \ i ... /.. * STRAYED OR STOLEN?One j black pig- about 2 months old on JETri-. TTrt>- T>'f last* week. " Reward for inforjifiumn leading- to recovery.' ''' ' D/R. Haltiwanger Lexington, S. 0. | | TRESPASS NOTICE All persons are hereby notified not j to hunt or fish distill or handle liquor; in anyway on my premises. The law j wiil be strictly enforced against all ! parties violating this notice. ' itouc IX E. Shumpert ; l F()R SALE?One good family mare 1 sound and gentle guaranteed to work | anywhere. 'Bargain to <tjii?ckcj. jbuy ! er. J. L. SOX Xew Urokoland Rt 1 j 5 Op (\ <Justice of the Edisto section1 was n visitor in Lexington Tuesday. P. S. Eulmor. one of Chapin's host citizens- visited our office .Monday and renewed his subscription. i S. I>. Price, a leading farmer from Gilbert visited the dispatcli-Xews of- i fice today and renewed his subscription. M"r. W. W. Elkins and family of Winchester Indiana, are visiting his mother Mrs. Alice Elkin Taylor and friends in Colum >ia. r* 2? anc ii?iiww? ! man n 1 be shown during c and up-to-the-mini ie\l, of Baltimore, w nps in the East and I to join the big cr CAM!? &ij \i-t\ u.' ,";v:'j #v 1 ''-M .V i*tl vA #$ :'y1 fs M. m am $ f* p If f| $ 8 VrM ,%./ I|*H i-.vj s.1 dLdS ^ E33 Q 5LZ-=L^ iSiS^Q e at no added cos dee. We have For All popular sizes. " Blow-Out Patches, eadlight Lamps or < ? ;ly Tested Filtei :omp E South SOUR STOMACH AND BELCHING. "When I began, taking Chamberlains Tablets three years ago I was troubled most of the time with belching and sour stomach. I also had: headache and constipation. This remedy was just what my system need cd. It strengthened my digestion and restored me to my former good health I writes Mrs. A. D. Smith, Jordan, N. Y. WE BUY OL1) FALSE TEETH We pay from $2.00 to'$35.00 per set! (broken or not). We also pay actual I value for Diamonds, old Gold, Silver \ and Bridge-work. Send at once by j parcel post and receive cash bv return i * f Li u: 11. FOR RENT. VITAL COXSERVA-! TK ?N RANCH?(six miles south of! Newberry) a thoroughly reliable and | progressive family will have a very un | usual opportunity to come into a very j desirable property. Address, Dr. G. j Werber, Newberry, S. C. 4t50c. GENTIAN IRON NIX "A Real System Tonic." The use; of this Tonic is recommended in the i treatment of Malaria, loss of appetite, i j indigestion, general debility, lack \ ! of vitality and wherever the use of aj | general tonic and upbullder is required j | A trial will convince you of its merit! I and you will continue to use it. Sold only at, Geiger Drug Co. 1 Lexington, S. C. ' ?nui?n?ii ? IWWI?? iiniBii TIT >ur OPENING DISP ite, have individual! ^ho is in charge of tl in -MAel 4~ /~\ d emr is piepcueu. IU uesi^ owd of ladies whc TefTCC Soi jf^i 11 V*i /v-*i **Yl -y..v I B vl ,.#?^ rlf'J /!J ftipf ! 1 I Ik if >ijk, J is II 111 IV I 2.2L ^ d Sizes?Plain Maximum Red Tube Globes, I ri i! :eu uasoime ' /,r? ANY ft'\ J v.... :.i\j. % " y* ' . . y. , r *;n* ti sackS" Carolina ; - f -I CALOMEL SALEVATES AND MAKES YOUt SICK Acts like dynamite on a sluggi^r? liver and you lose a day's work. There's no reason why a perse should take sickening, salivating ca*. mel when a few cents buys a larg bottle of Bodson's Liver Tone?a pc* feet substitute for calomel. It is a pleasant, vegetable liquid <which will start your liver just as surely as calomel, but it doesn't make you sick and can not salivate. Children and grown folks can take * Dodson's Liver Tone, because it is perfectly harmless. Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is mercury and attacks your bones.Take a dose of nasty calomel today and you will feel weak, sick and nauseat ed tomorrow. Don't lose a day's . work. Take a spoonful of Dodson's Liver Tone instead and you -will wake up feeling great.No more biliousness constipation, sluggishness headache ' coated tongue or sour stomach.Your druggist says if you don't find Dod son's Livor Tono aots bettor than horrible calomel your money is wailing for you. LAY Thursday hv and are mod ~-%J ~~ w" W "* V *** vv? lis department, and make up > will visit our ith Carolina ?| \ t