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W TE SAING HABIT
IS BEARING FRUIT
TREASURY RECORDS. INDICATE
THRIFT HA.S FOUND FIRM
FOOTHOLD -IN AMERICA
I UTRLE PEOPLE INVESI
Through Small Investments, $21,00O,
k00,000 in Government Securities
Have Been Aosoroed.
records iiAuscase ,tt umitL L..i,>U
*a firm foouLLOid ila _aiern;A. zib
made public oy 'the sangs o. bA
investors tnrough;!out tne U.Ai.eu
total appruximaely- $27,0uu,l.0;, , e,
taking rae popalaaon at 1U8,0U,o00,
a per capita sa ings of a.OUut Es4
for each man, woman and cuild in
Of this vast sum of working dollars,
$21,000,000,000 is invested in govern
ment securities, while the other $6,
000,000,000 is represented by deposits
In more than .30,000 savings banks.
To the holders of Third Liberty Loan
bbnds, included in the investments re
ferred to, the government is paying
semi-annual coupon interest amount
ing to more than $77,000,060. At the
same time the holders of these secur
Ities are being- invited by the savings
division to reinvest their interest
money in thrift stamps and war sav
"Breakfast for Every Soldier."
New York. -A movement to pro
vide "breakfast for every soldier
every morning" was started when rep
resentatives of business, professional,
I, social and civic interests
Pankers' club to consider
/-,lief for former ser.
" out of work.
May Extend Sphere.
-The sovereign grand lodge
Aependent Order of Odd Fel
Aich has been in session for
At week, is considering the ad
oZlity' of extending the order's ac
'rles th j]urope and other parts of
Plan Immediate Prosecutions.'
Chicago.-Immediate prosecution by
ederal and state authorities of- all
ndicted labor leaders, building con:
tractors and material alealefs involved
3 the recent- Suilding investlgatlon
Was discussed here.
KIlled Wiie .'Making Arrest.
Nlwport )ews, Va. - Robert de
Korte, polic patiolman, was killed
4L bla own revolver while attempting
^b adrest Carlo Meeks, negro. Meeks
> eadenis escape.
Another Woman in ParlIament.
London.-Mrs. Margaret Wintring
lam, liberal, has been elected to the
~Ahounes of commons for the south di
visfon of Lincolnshire in succession
of her late husband, Tom Wintring
* Carson is Nominated.
Washington.-David B. Carson, of
-Tennessee, was nominated by Presi
dent Harding to be commissioner of
navigation in the department of com
No Wireless Plant for Sweden.
Stockholm. - The Swedish govern
ment has abandoned Its plan to erect
a big, high-powei-ed wireless station1
to communicate with America.
-Mammoth Still is Captured.
Athens, Ga. - A giant moonshine
still, producing a pint of corn whis
key every sixteen seconds, was cap
tured by federal officers in Greene
'Miss Stirling Loses Out.
Ottawa.-Miss Cecil Leitch, British
woman golf champion, defeated Miss
Alexa Stirling, of Atlanta, Ga., in the
Caniadian championship tournament.
* Advance in Price of Lead.
New York.-The American Smelt
ng and Refining company advanced
tleprice of lead from 4.65 to 4.70 cents
' Wahingon.-There were further
indications that the tariff bl ol
not be reported to the senate by the
Anancial committee until the regular
session of congrezs, beginning i' De
May Summor, Ku Klux Officials.
Washington.-High officials of the
Ku Klux Klan may be summoned to -
Washington for interrogation by the
department of justice. Attorney Gen
eral Daugherty indicated to the cor
Woman is Elected Alderman.
Macon. Ga.-For the first time in the
history of Macon. a woman was
chosen alderman. The official count
showed that Mrs. Charles C. Harrold
had not only been elected,' but ran
third in the race.
Oil Workers Vote to Strike.
Los Angeles.-All locals of the Oil
Workers' International union .in
southern California, representing 8.000
-men, h' e voted to strike..in sympa-.
-thy with the Kern county oil Seld
MANY PREMIUMS OFFERED AT
Columbia, Sept. 28.-Many attrac
tive premiums are offered to grow
ers of fine hogs in the premium list
of the South Carolina State Fair,
which will be held October 24-28.
The total of the premiums exclu
sive of the premium offered mem
bcrs of the boys' pig club depart
ment, is well above the $8,000 mark,
and will serve to bring to the fair
some of the finest swine seen at any
>f the fairs.
The total of the premiums offered
for the Essex, open competition, is
$400. For Berkshires, open compe
tition, $800; Poland China', open
competition, $1,420; Tamworth, open
competition, $4ft; Duroc Jersey, $1,
435; 0. I. C. or Chester Whites,
$650; Hampshire, open competition,
In addition to these open compe
tition prizes, the premiums in the
futurity classifications, Poland China.
total $1,020; American Duroc Jer
sey, association, state futurity snw,
offers $1,500 in premiums.
Many Prizes for Cattle.
The prizes being offered for fine
cattle are also of an attractive value.
Premiums are. offered for Jerseys,
Guernseys, Holstein-Friesian, Ayre
shire, Red Poland, Devon, Short
Horn, Hereford and Aberdeen-Angus.
The sheep and goat department
also offers some . valuable, prizes, as
does the horse department.
South Carolinians are much inter
ested in cattle and swine production
at the- present time, the inroads of
the boll weevil having served to
rive home to farmers the fact that
:otton must be looked to merely as; a
ide crop for a few years at. least.
[nterest in cattle end swine produc
ion has been growing steadily over
the state during the past several
ears, and the .indicati-ns are that
.he displays of fine stock this year
vill be especially full and complete.
Good Midway Attractions.
While there will be excellent dis
lays of fine stock and farm pro
lucts at the state fair, the amuse
nent feature has not been lost sight
)f, and an aggregation of 30 shows
will hold sway on the midway.
The midway attractions will be
rovided by the C. A. Wortham com
?any arid are said to be the best that
have yet held forth at the state fair.
There are many riding and amusi
ent devices in the aggregation,
any of which are new to this see
ion, so that there will be no lack
of wholesome fun during the fair.
Some real automobile racing is
romised by ~Secretary Efird -and the
2rse racing tog will ,)einteresting.
uto polo will have its inning and
vill likely attract much attention.
The admission to the fair grounds
;his year will be 75 cents instead of
;1 as was the case last year and the
mcials are anticipating good 'crowds
luring South Carolina's gala week.
BOYS TO SHARE IN STATE FAIR
Columbia, Sept. 28.-Cash prizes
imount to $160 will be given by the
;tate fair this fall to corn club boys.
rizes amou~nting to $74 will be giv
m to winners among the corn club
oys. Prizes for pig club members
re to be distributed as follows:
Best brood sow and litter, four
>ig's or more: Prizes of $20, $15 and
$5 for first, second and third prizes,
Best gilt from four to 12 months
>ld: $15, $10 and $5.
Best boar from four to 12 month?
1ld: 15, $10 and $5.
Best boar over one year old: $15,
10 and $5.
Best sow over one year old: $15,
10 and $5.
Nine cash prizes are to be award
1 for the best exhibits of ten ears of
:orn. The prizes are: $10, $9, $8,
57, $6, 5, $2.50 and $1, respectively.
Six prizes are to be awarded for
ingle ear exhibits as follows: $6,
$5, $4, $3, $2 and $1.
Special prizes not included in the
bove are also to be awarded. They
For best exhibit of five stalks of
prolific corn, whit or yellow, with
:orn on the stalks, $5, by C. D. Ken
nv company, of Columbia.
For best exhibit of single ear
corn, white or yellow, with corn* on
stalks, $5. by L. L. Baker, of Bish-.
This is the age of standardization,
but many people find themselves un
able to standardize the time their
boys and girls go to bed at night.
"Ah, young lady!" solemnly began
the horse-faced stranger in front of
the movie theatre box-office. "Are
you acquainted with Shakespeare ?"
'Aw don't try to kid me-," replied
Daphne, the ticket-seller. "Shake
spa is dad "-.Kansas City Star.
STATE TEkAERS EXA3IINA-1
Examinations for teachers of Pub
lic Schools will be held at the Court
House on Friday and Saturday, Oc
tober 7th and 8th, 1921, beginning
at 10 o'clock a. m., and closing -at'4
o'clock each day.
The regulations governing the ex
aminations are given beldw:
All teachers whose certificates
expire during the year; all who are
teaching under special permits, and
all desiring t teach, but have no
certificate, are requested to take
Applicants are expected to furn
ish paper and writing materials.
Applicants may stand for a Pri
mary Certificate, first, second or
third grade; a General Elementary
Certificate, first, second or third
grade; a High School Certifiate,
first grade only. It will be impis
sible for any applicant to take nre
than one examination successfully.
Any attempt to double work and
thereby cover two groups of quees
tions is sure to result in failure
The primary examination cove'rs
Friday forenoon-English Gram
mar and Language, 1 hour; Arith-,
metic, 1 hour; Playground and Com
mr.nit; Activities,. 1 hour.
. Friray afternoon-History, South
Carolina, United States and Gener
al; 1 hour; Geography, 1 hour; Civ-,
ic.i and Current Events, 1 hour.
Saturday forenoon-Literature, 1
hour; Pedagogy, 1 hour; Health, 1
Saturday afternoon-Nature Study,
1 hour; School Law, 1.hour; Manual
Training and Writing, 1 hour.
Any primary certificate will en
title. the holder to teach in the. first
The general elementary xamina
tion covers twelve subjects:
Friday forenoon-English Gram
mar and Composition, Arithmetic.
Fritt.y afternoon-Hiotory, Unit
ed States and South Carolina; Ge
>graphy, Civics and Current Events,
Saturday forenoon-Reading,, in
cluding Literature; Pedagogy, Na
ture Study and Elementary Agri
and Hygiene,School, Law, Algebra,
(Algebra required for first and sec
ond grade certificates.)
Any general elementary certifi
ate entitles the holder to, teach in
the first nine grades.
The high school examination cov
ers twee subjects, with options in
Science and in Foreign Language:
Friday forenoon-Grammatical An
~lysis and Composition, Litrature,
Principles of teaching.
Friday afternoon-American His
Lory and Civics, Science, (seven sub
ets offered, two required), General
-iense, Physiology, Biology, Phy
ics, Chemistry, Agriculture, Home
Saturday forenoon - Arithmetic,
Satdrday afternoon-Foreign Lan
guage, (one required) Latin, French,
anish, German, Ancient and Mod
SHistory School Law.
The subjects are to be given in
rdr listed and the time allowed for
ach subject carefully observed.
A uniform percentage basis gov
eerns the gradation of all certificates
in all three groups.
A general average of 85 per cent,
with not less than 60 in any one
ubject, entitles the ..pplicant to a
first grade certificate; a general av
rage of 75, with not less than 55
, any one subject entitles the ap
plicant to a second grade certifi
cate; a general average of 65, with
not less than 50 in any one subject,
entitlees the applicant to a third
grade certificate. ,
A Pronounced Success.
The uniform success 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
knows, it is without an equal.
Notice is hereby given that orig
inal certificate, No, 43. of two shares
of stock of the Fairfield Agricultural
Society, dated Jan. 3. 1914, issued to
M. C. Boulware, has- been lost or
dstroyed and that the undersigned
will apply to said society for a new
certificate on flhe 1st day of October,
M. C. BOULWARE.
RubMy-Tism is a great pain
killer. Relieves pain and soreness,
Rheumm Neuralgia, Sprains, etc.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
hate of South Carolina, .
County of Fairfield.
Whereas petitions signed by a le
,al number of the qualified electors
ind freeholders residing in Jenkins
rille school district, No. 11, Fair
ield. county, S. C., asking for an
election for the purpose of voting
>ff 3 mills of the special tax of 9
mills for school purposes, have been
filed with the County Board of Ed
ucation, an election is hereby order
ed upon said question, said election;
t-> be held Friday, October 14th,
1921, at J F Yarborough's store,
I'rustees of said district being man
Those favoring the removal of the
additional tax of 3 mills shall vote
a ballot containing the word "YES"
written or printed thereon, and those
against the removal of the said tax
shall vote a ballot containing the
word "NO" written or printed there
mn. Polls shall be open at the haur
)f 9 o'clock in the forenoon and shall
remain open till the hour of five
'clock in the afternoon, when they
shall be closed and the ballots count
The trustees shall report the re
sult of the election to the County
A-ditor and Secretary. of the County
Board within ten days thereafter.
By order of the County Board,
J. L. Brice, Co. Supt., Sec.
It is unanimously agreed by all
automobile speeders when haled be
fore court that they were running at
just 15 miles per hour.
'he Key that Unlocks the Door to
The men of eighty-five and ninety
years of age are not the rotund,
well-fed, but thin, spare men, who
ive on a slender diet. Be as care
EuI as he will, however, a mane past
niddle age will occasionally eat too
nuch or of some article of food not
suited to his constitution, causing in
ligestion or constipation and will
teed a dose of Chamberlains Tab
ets to move his bowels and invigor
tte his stomach. When this is done.
;here is no reason why the average
nan should not live to a ripe old
Liquor being carried in fountain
3ens by some people. These per
IOns are no doubt convinced that
he pen is greater than the sword.
We are proud of the confidence
loctors, druggists and the public
tave in $66 Chill and Fever Tonic.
These are t
history of the Foi
Orders are c
to insure early de
$625 F.O- Deraiv
"7he End of
a Perfect Day.
-and all ready for another, whether it be to
plow, harrow, drill; to run the thresher, the
corn sheller, the hay baler or what-not. . For
Fordson Tractors are nct only doing in the
most economical and most efficient manner, all
general field work for farmers the world over,
but they are saving them time, labor and
money in taking care of every power job.
It combines all of the qualities-ell ci the ad
vantages-you have wished for in a tractor.
It is light; it is powerful; it is efficient; it is
economical in both fuel consumption and up
keep; it is durable; it is dependable; and it is
not extravagant in cost.
It's hard to tell you all the-facts about the
Fordson here. We prefer to talk to you per
sonally and to show you its many advantages.
Well gladly bring all the facts to ydu if you
will phone or drop us a card.
. 0. B. DETROIT.)
. - $295
)t = ='$325
~Car . $355
bassis = $445
- - $660
h lowest prices of Ford cars in the
ning in fast, so place yours promptly
d Motor Company
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