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EW WAY AND DAY
X ATTORNEY GENERAL SOUNDS A'
WARNING THAT EMBRACES
BUSINESS IN GENERAL.
EIM IS TO BE ENFURCEL
The Department of Justice Will A.
for More Aid From Out:m Than
' it has Rc~ciH~~o
usindss that thc D -me nt o0
die win countens:i: a vio:atiC
the law was sounded Ly Attorncy G_
The country, Mr. Daugherty a
"should take notice of a new day anc
i new .way" and tiiose' wko had b,:
tuilty of illegal practices should no.
se their eyes." His statement, h
was a "modest, but emphatic
*arn o those for whom it was inr
ended and uld be regarded as an o4
ortunity for - of th e who shoul
mend their ways so.
The Attorney General said t
partment of Justice did not intend
harrass business in any way, but that
I did Intend to enforce the law. He
-ointed out that, while the profiteer
*ng sections of the Lever act had been
4eepsted unconstitutional, the depart
t still could proceed under the
an ti-trust law.
r. Daugherty was discussing spect
~iby the situation in the building
industry, which he declared
4t to the department showed to
"intolerable." He said tle depart
t of justice would ask for more
from the outside than it had re
cmmends $680,000 Assessment,
Roanoke, Va.-A recommendation
the.board of education, read by the
.-H. S. Sherman, Front .Royal, Va.,
$680,000 assyimed as the con
of the church's $33,
on fund, was adopted
here of the Baltimore
ecutive council of
America n a state
it -ad ever agreed
issueq to correct
&'eanut grower's of
Carolina' now see
e about 4,000 sign
all -efforts to giet
ieeosary to complete
: y hibon Fifty Years.
Chcg.The country should give
kohibition amendment a trial for
ftfty years "to see whether It is
bst thing for us or not," Is the
onof Judge K. M. Landis.
Mexican Mines Closed.
exico City,-Because of the large
~of o copper on hand and inabil
y-to mrket It at satisfactory prices.
te mines in the State of Sonora,
~.especiy those near Cananea, con
'~tinue to be paralyzed.
John C .NoeI Appointed.
Washington.-Johni C. Noel, of Pen-.
Gap, Va., was appointed by
ent Harding as Collector of In
Revenue for the district of Vir
*,, Mr. Noel is a former state sen
*All-American Day Celebrated.
iladelphia. - Philadelphia cele-1
ted all-American d ith General
tz a'nd GVernor Sproul among
x-KaIser's Yacht for Sale.
n.-Thie yacht Meteor V., for-1
iy the property of the ex-Kaiser,I
'~sbeen offered for sale to certain
Found Guilty of Mayhem.
Itlta, Ga.-Mrs. Nell Goodman.
- lader was found guilty by a jury
~izerior court here of the charge 1
~mayhem, growing out of her ac- 1
Sin throwing acid into the face of1
W. Gladys Presnell.
- -18 Per Cent-Wage Reductionl. I
>ttsburg.-The managers' commit- I
f the Pennsylvania Railroad pre- t
a plan for proposed wage re
nis of-approximately 18 per cent
resentatives of the telegraph
'atalities in 'Train Wreck.
'erset, Ky.-Two persons were
.nd 30 injured. four fatally, in
ck of the 'Royal Palm LimitedY
-. -Southern railway at New
,T nf. An investigatIon is In I
Isory Pooling of Grain. 1
.-Comnpisory pooling of ~
~4cne the big issue of the
aslred for ratification ot a na
perat'ie grain marketing
ont by. the farmers grain
OVER PHONE RATES
NEW SYSTEM OF TOLL CHARGE
FOR OUT OF CITY CALLS
ACTION BY TO"M OF PETER
f Re!ief Petitioned for is Denied or
Portponed, All Telephones Will d
be Ordered Out at Once. al
. - , e
AnLrson.-The sale of $75,000 t
worth of Anderson county bonds on
April 19 will be the first sale of the 0
issuance of $325,000 worth of Ander- U
son with federal aid upon the roads of
this county. The $75,000 will provide
for the work to be done in 1921.
There is much dissatisfaction with
patrons of the Southern B-1l Tele- 0
phone since the increase of rates. Bel- t]
ton and Hona Path who have had com
munication with Anderson without ex
tra toll charges, are finding the new
system of toll charges exceedingly in
convenient, as they are accustomed to
alling Anderson many times a day, t
is this is the central point for orders r
ud supplies. The lines of Starr and
are owned independently and still
Lo the calls to Anderson without
In elzer a petition has been circu
lated d signed by all of the subscri
bers gainst the increase of 20 per e
yent,/and the addition of toll for out- s
)f o*n service. It is said that if L
he do not get the relief petitioned ly
tor . no change is made that all tele
phon s will be ordered out immedi- it
W boro.-A preliminary oratori- w
mal co est was held in the community w
buildi to select a boy and a girl to
repres t the Mt. Zion high school at U
e ora rieal contest held by the Ca- t<
tawba sociation in Rock Hill this o:
month. here were four contestants ce
umong - boys: Henry Johnson, WiI- d
[am tt, James Smith and Tom si
Bntell. The winner's piece was a a:
'Elulogy Mothers," by the Rev. G. v
0. Gibso and was declaimed by Tom h:
First e among the girls was wqn
by Miss becca Macfie, who declaim- ti
Wd "Foot s Died Out Forever," the f
Last chap - from "The Tale of Two P
Spartan .-T. G. Hamby of Co.
iinbia, r sentating the state tax p
mmmissio "Is in the city for the pur. h
pose of m ng a survey of several i
blocks of city picke' at random j,
o find wha -may be expected from 'a p:
mrvey of th ;whole city to determine le
rhat amou of real estate is now a:
scapng on. .It Is. thought that
much prope- in Spartanburg Is not o:
an the tax ks. ,n
Rock Hill. -e faculty Is about a
complete for 11th annual session p
f tha Winth p Summer school. The e
esson will bgn on June 14 and con
inue for .six es. Many courses,
anging from ' l~ary to high school
ind college work-*pill be given, caling
l'or 'a faculty of ov'r 40 members.
Clemson ColJpge.-Two new publi
ations of the (Extension Service of
emson College are Extension Cir
lar 26,- "Co-oplerative Marketing of A
arm Pi'oduets;,"'and Extonsion Circif- e:
n 27, "A Forage System For A Sow C
nd Two Littprs!" Both of these pub- p
ications are obtainable upon request- V
Char~eston.-r;Thp Rev. John Ken
haw,D. D., aged 74, for 25 years' nec
o of St. Michael's Episcopal -churen yi
iere, died at North Augusta. He serv
d In the CAnfederate-army and prac- t
iced law at Camden, before entering I w
York.-A still was captured on the a)
'arm of Mrs.. Sallie McCarter In the ti
samah section, about 11 miles north
rest of York. a:
Chesterfeid.-Tn an election held p
iere on the question of the issuance of
yonds for waterworks here resulted in s<
decision for- the bonds by a vote of c<
58 to 43. p
.Edgefid B%,nk Pays Dividend. *
Edgefield.The-tockheiders of the a
3ank of Edge~eld held their annual
neeting In the directore' room of the s,
lank. Considering the seaon of bust- n
iess depression axid theacute finan- a
:ial situation through which we are n
assing, tlhe bank has had a very sat- ti
sfactory year, the hearts of the stock- o
olders being made happy through
he res. ation adopted to pay at oncey
n 8 per cent dividend. The state- tU
ent of the ba'..affairs was pre
rented by the .president, 3. C. -Shep
swine Association Perfect. -84a
St. Matthews.-With 400 people vi
>esent, all well fitted with a genuined
td time barbecue, and Imbued -with ~
Sdeep earnestness, the Calhoun Soun
y Swine association perfected its or
anization, and the treasurer-went to
is office with a large size Cigar box
ull of checks. grenback and silver
'.ith which the' bank account of the t
soiaton begins to do real work.
Fo'vng the addresses,'marketing A
agreements were signed for the sale
af 7im-r tbr, C0.9 hozs.
'ERTILIZERS ARE CHEAP
'ractice of Side Application Will
Be Extensively Followed
Atlanta. Ga.. April.-Reports receiv
I from fertilizer companics indicate
iat the Soufhern farmer fell a good
eai short of using as much fertilizers
; planting time this year as usual. Sev
-al reasons are assigned. One is that
ie farmers waited for the price of
,rtilizers to fall with the expectation
L using them in greater quantities
an the usual amount as side applica
ons to the growing crops.
It seems that the practice of side ap
[Ication of fertilizers is quite common
' followed by successful Southern
Lrmers. In fact. the Williamson 'neth
I of growing corn that is popular in
te coastal plains region of the South.
rovides that no fertilizer be applied
ccept as side applications to the corn
On the question of side applications
I fertilizers, J. N. Harper, director of
te Soil Improvement Committee and
wognized authority on agricultural
tethods of the South, sayu; that there
re more than the usual advantages
kis year in favor of side applications.
h'e reason is apparently favorable to
lying good response to fertilizers.
A word of caution is, however, sound
I by Mr. Hamper. He says that the
de applications should be made early.
ate applications to cotton will only
olong the growth of the plant and
vor the boll weevil. He says that
will be 'better to make both the side
plications of complete fertilizers and
te nitrogen top dressing within sig
eeks after planting, where the boll
eevil is present.
For corn, he states that side applica
ns are quite generally made too late
get the best resuls. On clay loam
heavy soils he advises a side appli
itMon and nitrogen dressing when the
3rn is from knee to waist high. For
Lndy or light soils, he says that side
plications can be made later, that is,
hen the corn is waist to shoulder
h, but -before it begins to bunch to
Mr. Harper says that care must be
ken to use only readily available
rms of fertilizer so that tho growing
ants can utilize them in promoting
pid growth and development of fruit.
The fertilizer should contain phos
ioric acid in the form of acid phow
Wate. This is the main element for
stening maturity. The fertilizer
ould also contain nitrogen and potash
the readily avlailable form. Nitrogen
romotes the growth of the stalk and
aes and potash strengthens the plant
id helps fill out the fruit.
A top dressing of sulfate of ammonia
-nitrate of soda Is quite commonly
ade, and, according to Mr. Harper, it
iould follow closely after the second
plication of fertilizer, and within the
riods of cotton and corn growth
hich he mentions above.
VOID MISTAKES IN
POISONING BOLL WEEVIL
Weevils Can Be Poisoned With
The United States Department of
griculture, through its boll weevil
perts, Profs. B. R. Coad and T. P.
assidy, have issued a statement, a
irt of which is entitled "Where It
till Pay You to Poison." This part
It will pay to poison
If the weevils are really injuring
ur crop seriously, and
If your land is sufficiently fe'rile
yield at least one-half bale per acre
ith weevil Injury eliminated, and
If-our farming organization is such
at you feel assured that the poison
plications will be made at the right
me and in the right manner, and
If you are willing to spend the full
nount necessary to provide an ade
iate supply of dusting machinery and
The general gains from weevil po1
ining under average, fairly favorable
nditons seem to be from 200 to 400
unds of seed cotton per acre, but,
wing to variations In degree of wee
Injury It is not safe to expect much
ore than the lower figure.
Consequently, you should not poi
n If the cost of the calcium arse
ate, the cost of labor to apply It,
ad the uepreciation on the dusting
jachines will total more per acre
ian the current value of 100 pounds
Hand guns should be figured as de
eciating 100 per cent in a season and
.e larger machines about 25 per cent.'
Do It Right Or Net At oIi
Many valuabile lessons have been
ained from the recent expension of'
immercial weevil poisoning. It has
rain been showvn that the boll wee
1 ran be poisoned with profit If con
tions are favorable and if proper
ethods are used, but It has been em
asized anew that unfavozable condi
2s and Improper methods can lead
dly to failure. A survey of the poi
ming by farmers In 1920 shows that
unfortunately large proportion were
,t properly Informed as to the condi
ms under which they sitould poison
d the -nethiods they should pursue.
a result there were many unneces
A FARMER CURED OF RHEUM.
"A man living on a'farm near hei
came'in a short time ago complete]
dlobled up with rheumatism.
hardled him a bottle of Chamberai
Linirient and told him to use it fret
i::, ;ys C. P. Rayder, Pattea 'Jill
N. Y "A few days later he .vak
inio the store as straight as a
arid Fanded me a dollar say; - o
me another bottle of Chnber.ain
Liniwert; I want it in the h-o.ie a
the time for it cured me."
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Winnsboro, S. C.
"I was hardly able to drag, I
was so weakened," writes Mrs.
W. F. Ray, of Easley, S. C.
"The doctortreated me forabout
two months, still I didn't get
any better. I had a large am.
ly and felt I surely must do
something to enable me to take
care of my little ories. I had
The Woman's Tonic
"I decided to try it," con
tinues Mrs. Ray .. "I took
eight bottles in anl .. . I te
Pined my strength and have
had no more trouble with wo
manly weakness. I have ten
children and am able to do al
my housework and a lot out
doors... I can sure recom
Take Cardul today. It may
be just what yodl need.
At all druggists.
The first rule for public spenkina.
therefore, is: Have something that you3
-e I desire very much ro'sny. The sermal H
rule is: Always speak; in a natural
rev. nid in a (eenversairf'nal nanner. e
Tle days of poipouts anld stilted elo
quencet are goIe)b. and it was per
haps Wendeil 'ii1ps mor' th:i any
hody else who 1ut an end to it In t
s his country. anmi ubstituted a siu
pier style.-Thomuas Wentworth 11;g
ginson "Flints on Speech-.iking."
Mint leaf, Pe
flavor is a
And all are e
Your nerves I
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Notice .is hereby given that I E.
;tevenson, Executor of the estate of
Irs. Lizzie B. Stevenson, deceased, -
as tbi day made application unto
le for a final discharge as such ex
cutor; and i that the 23rd day . of
Lpril, 1921, At my office, has been apa
ointed for the hearin of said peti
Mlarch 23, 1921.
4t-p W. L. HOLLEY,
udge of Probate, Fairfield County,
treat for your
qualby goo4 for
Alill saY "thank
m will respond.
liked for what
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mail cost of Sc.
cn see at a
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