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DR. POE TO SPEAK
O FARMERS' DAI
MOST POPULAR PHASE IN THE
FIELD OF AGRICULTURE IS
TO BE EXPLAINED.
ON CO-OPERATIVE MARKETING
Every Visitor to Made-in-Carolinas
Exposition, Whether Farmer or Not,
Will Enjoy This Address.
Charlotte.-Dr. Clarence E. Poe, ed
ItfThe Progressive Farmer and
the nationally known authori
ties on matters agricultural, will be
one of the celebrities to speak at the
Made-in-Carolinas Exposition here.
He will speak on September 17, which
has been designated at Farmers' Day
at the exposition. His subject will be
marketing, which has engaged the at
tention of agriculturists of this section
for some time.
The particular phase which Dr. Poe
is expected to emphasize in his ad
dress is plans for co-operative mar
keting of cotton along the lines fol
lowed by fruit growers in California
for a number of years. A movement
to that end aas been on in the South
ern states for more than a year. About
3,000,000 bales have been signed up
in the South already under pledge to
be sold throughout the co-operative
agencies. The campaign started in
this county last spring, was abandon
ed until the fall season and will be re
sumed shortly when the farm bureau
of this county stages 24 meetings in
the county to explain the purpose and
scope of the system.
Word from Hoover and Baker.
Chapel Hill. - Secretary of Com
merce Herbert Hoover and ex-Secre
tary Newton D. Baker have sent greet
ings to the First National Regional
Conference on Town and County Ad
ministration, to be held here Septem
ber 19, 20 and 21.
Demande of Longshoremen.
New York.-Demands of longshore
men for an eight-hour day were taken
up at a meeting here of representa
tives of steamship lines handling for
eign freight. The present working
agreement expires September 30.
Paris Catacombs Reopened.
Paris. - Unique among historical
show places of the world and famed
for centuries on both continents, the
catacombs in Paris were re-opened to
visitors, having been closed for six
years on account of the war.
Unprecedented Wheat Exports.
Washington. - Unprecedented ex
port of wheat during August should
react favorably on agricultural and
business conditions jthroughout the
cguntry, Secretary Hoover declared.
Passengers Safely Landed.
Lisbon.-The twelve hundred pas
sengers on the British Royal Mail
steamer Almanozra, which went
aground off Cape Espichel, 20 miles
south of here, were landed safely.
Rise in Retail Food Prices.
Washington.-Inc~reases in the re
tail prices of food In August as
compared with July were shown in
statistics by the department of labor.
Berlin. - Settlement of the contro
versy between Bavaria and the cen
tral German government Is believed
to be possible, following conferences
eld here during the past few days.
-Theft Insurance Rates Higher.
New York.-New Yorkers who want
to Insure their belongings against
theft will have to pay ten per cent
more .than in the past, it was an
Babe Ruth Slams Out No. 53.
Philadelphia. - Babe Ruth, New
York's star slugger, made his 53rd
Srun in the fourth Inning of a
withl the Philadelphia Amern
A Most Valuable Chicken.
South Glouchester, N. J. - In the
raw of a chicken killed for Mrs. Ed
win Bloome's table, she found her
$3,000 diamond engagement ring, lost
our months ago.
Root May YetParticipate.
Washington. - At least informal
participation by Elihu Root in the ar
mament limitation conference ap
peared assured as a result of confer
ences between the former secretary of
state and President Harding and Sec
Dixie Highway Association Meets.
Cincinnati, Ohio.-From as far South
as Miami, Fla., and as far North as
Chicago and Detroit, hundreds of del
egates gathered for the annual con
ention of the Dixie Highway associa
Two Nt>-H it. No-Run Games.
Marshvmel. Wis-What appears to
be a record was eg::biished by Pitch
er Noel of the Marshville team of
the Wiensflin Valley baseball league
when he pitc-hed two no-hit, no-ru2
games within four days.
EVILS OF THE BOLL
A GLOOMY PICTURE DRAWN BY
DEMONSTRATION AGENT OF
VISIT OF INSPECTION MADE
Actual Extent of Damage Can Not be
Accurately Determined Until the
Remmant of Crop is Gathered.
York.-A gloomy picture of crop
conditions in lower South Carolina as
the result of the ravages of the boll
weevil was drawn by John R. Blair,
York county demonstration agent, who
has just returned from an automobile
trip, along with 75 other York fhrmers
and business men, through the weevil
infested territory. The party visited
Swansea, North Springfield. Black
ville, Barnwell and Allendale on their
journey southward, returning by Bam
I berg, Orangeburg, St. Matthews. Co
lumbia, Camden and Great Falls. The
object of the trip was to gather first
hand information concerning the ac
tual depredations of the pest and the
best methods of combatting it. so that
York farmers may not be altogether
unprepared against its attack next
"Much as I had read and heard od
the boll weevil's destructive work I
was not prepared for what I saw,"
declared Mr. Blair in discussing the
situation as revealed to him on the
trip. "The pest has simply playem
havoc with the crop on the best farm
Ing lands in the state and the actual
extent of the damage can not be ac
curately determined until the remnant
of the crop it has left has been gath
Winnsboro.-Mrs. George Clowney,
for several years county home demon
stration agent for Fairfleld county,
has resigned her position, the resigna
tion to take effect September 15.
Home demonstration work has
grown under Mrs. Clowney's direction
and since the establishment and suc
cessful operation of the community
market in Winnsboro the farm women
are loath to give up the home demon
stration work in Fairield county.
Ridge Spring.-One hundred and
thirty-five bales of cotton werg sold
here by L N. Watson to Boatwright
Bros., at 20 cents a pound, the only
stipulation being that the cottont
should run from seven-eighths to ons
inch staple. This was cotton stored i4
the warehouse last year and tb
grades are estimated to be from stricti
low middling to strict middling.
Walterboro,-The first sale of pure
bred Poland China hogs by T. R.
Strickland was held at his farm at
Stokes five miles from Waiterboro.
Despite the cry of "hard times" the
prices paid were satisfactory. and a
good average for the offering was se
cured. 'The bred sows and gilts
brought an average price. of $42.07. the
top price being $87.50.
Greenville.-Jake Gosnell, former
deputy collector of Internal revenue
charged with the murder of Sheriff
Hendrix Rector at a local garage, 'July
4, 1919, will take procedence over a!!
cases ot the court of general session
which convenes at Pickens, S. C., Sep
tember 26, it was announced by Solici
tor David W. Smoak. -
Chester.-In discussing the loans
made by. the farm loan bank at Co
lumbia, S. C., during the month of'a
August, D. A. Houston, president of
that institution, stated that $1,516,000
had been loaned on farms in North
Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and
Lancaster.-GovernIor Cooper has
rdrdagenera! election held the
second Tuesday in October, the 11th,
to fill the office of Judge of probate
of Lancaster county. James E. Stew
man, judge of probate, died some
weeks ago and an election is neces
ary to choose a successor, as more
than a year elapses before the next
Weather Favors Outings.
Chareston.-Fair ant, the weather
favored the various outings planned
[frolicking in various fashion. A long
to celebrate labor's anniversary, and
thousands of people were in the open,
parade was held during the morning,
participated in by one white union
which headed the procession and by'
nearly a score of negro organizationS,
several bands and drum corps, enliv
ening the naarching. The beaches
were thronged with visitors, among
whom were many excursionists frm
Rapid Work on Hotel.
Barnwell.-Barnwell's new $60.000
hotel is rapidly nearing completion
and will probably be opened to the
public at an early date- The modern
moving picture theater, loccated in
the same building. has been in opera
tion for several weeks and the man
agement is giving the movie fans the
same high class productions that are
shown in the larger cities. Tn fact,
there have been several instances
where Szture productions have been
shown in Barnwell ahead of Charles
n, Columbia and Augusta.
"How do you know that Perkins
lidn't go to college?"
"Why, he said he knew Babe Ruth
when she was a chorus girl."-Fort
Kason Marking Pot.
Fhe Key that Unlocks the Door to
The men of eighty-five and ninety
ears of age are not the rotund,
well-fed, but thin, spare men, who
live on a slender diet. Be as care
Eul as he will, however, a man past
middle age will occasionally eat too
much or of some article of food not
uited to his constitution, causing in
figestion or constipation and will
need a dose of Chamberlains Tab
ets to move his bowels and invigor
ate his stomach. When this is done,
there is no reason why the average
man should not live to a ripe old
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proaci on sad por choice of
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Spr kId e.. U. S. A.
hinmeri Lady Suffered Until Shes
Tried Cardi.-Say: "Result
Was Surprising."-Got Along
Fine, Became Normal
- and Healty.
Springfield Mo.-"My baclk was so
weak I could 'hardly stand up, and I
would have bearing-down pains andt
was not well at any time," says Mrs.
C. V. Williams, wife of a well-known
armer on Route 6, this place. "I~
ept getting headaches and having to
ro to bed," continues Mrs. Williams
escribing the troubles from which
ihe obtained relief through the use of
rduL "Ny husband, having heard
f Cardul, proposed getting It for wse.
"I saw after taking some Cardul
.that I was improving. The result
was surprising. I felt like a different
"Later I suffered from weaknebs
md weak baek, and felt all run-down.
did net rest well at night, I was to
ervos and cross. My husband said
h would get me soms Cardui, which
a did. It strengthened me . .. My
Iotor sad ot alngfine. I waslin
ood healthy condition. I cannot
ay too much for it."
Thousands of women have suffered
as Mrs. Williams describes, gntil they
ound relief from the use of Cardiu.
ines it has helped so many, -yet
ahould not hesitate to try Cardui ti
roubled with womanly ailments.
1Fer sale everywhere. 3A3
Notice is hereby given' that a.ll per
sons in~jebted to the esta% of Isaac
C. Thomas, deceased, are required to
make payment to the undersigned ex
ecutors; and all persons holding
laims against said estate are noti
Red to present the same duly veri
R. C. Thomas,
. S. P. Thomas,
W. D. Douglas,
Atty for the Ev
A Pronounced Success.
The uniform suet ess that has at
tended the use of Chamberlain's Col
ic and Diarrhoea Remedy in the re
lief and cure of bowel complaints,
both for children and adults, has
brought it into almost universal use,
so that it is practically without a
rival and as everyone who has used
Why They Ch(
Eince the first of the year m
sales have replaced cars of
Buying habits have changed
and six thousand dollar cay
shrewdness. They have ik
longer guarantees peak perfc
This conviction is brought
compare the Paige with th<
price tags. Power, endur
ecnm.y-t any ar eve
trmphant. That t
choosing the Maszer of th
value on the market todaN
PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR C.
iinumactwwrs of Motor
NEW PRICES C
Gleuibrook, 6"4, 5-Pass. Touring $1635
Lenox, ', 3-Pass. Roadster - 165
Ardmiore, 6-44, 4-Pass. Sport Car 1925
Lakewood, 6-66, 7-Pass. Touring 2875
Larchmont 11, 6-66, 5-Passenger 2975
Daytona, 6-66,3-Pass. RoadSt- - 3295
'when you Li
Your taste will
have the flavor and
An d there's 1I
T AST E.
We put the utmn
Camels are as good
and lifelong know
_ That's why C
)ose the Paige
ore- than 25 per cent of our
mucli higher price.
Men who can afford five
s have developed a canny
iarned that peak price no
rmance or maximum value.
hime to them when they
cars that carry the biggest
nce, coimfort, beauty.and
ry ezst the Paige 6-66 is
isr Iinating buyers are
e ihway as the greatest
R CO., DETROIT, ?fichigan
Cars and Motor Tru.-s %
F PAIGE CARS
Co'upe, 6-44, 4-Passenger - - $2450
Sedan, 6-44, 5-Passenger - - 2570
Coupe, 6-G~6, 5-Passenger - - 3755
Sedan, 6-66, 7-Passcriger - - 3830
Limousine, 6-66, 7-Passenger - 4030
AU Prices f. o. b. Eactory, Tax Extra
ght a CAMEL
tell you that! For Camels
fragrance of choicest tobaccos,
They're smooth and mellow
o CIGARETTY AFTER
ost quality into this one brand.
Ias it's possible for skill, money
Ldge of fine tobaccos to make a
amels are THE QUALITY