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RAILROAD AUTHORITIES WANT
OTHER CUTS IN PAY ROLL
OF THEIR EMPLOYES.
1O RESULT FROM CONFERENCE
Efforts of United States Labor Board
Futile to Effect Amicable Scttle
ment of Wage Difficidt'eS.
Chicago. - Repesen f
nation., raio* d-. .fe '- -a
that they cannot red.1' w.
at present withot.. n
ruptzcy ;and thait the -.
diazely seek a
employes' wa; l 3 -
St - railroad.
into a futile consCience -w i
leader. in an effert to rm -'a'
cable setilemlent of w - . -
which at th::es ha ve t - 1 i
up the transportrion sy.:ia of thc
At the conference union lner
asked reconsideration of their request
of last July that a 12 1-2 per cent
wage reduction granted by the labor
bojrd be not put into effect im:ie
diately, that ng further wage reduc
tions be sought at present and that
no change be made in the overtime
pay rates. This request was refused
and the rail heads presented their
statement announcing the proposal to
seek new reductions and not to re
duce rates until further reductions
Labor leaders left the conference
immediately and few of them would
discuss its proceedings or predict the
375,370 Freigbt Cars Are Idle.
Washington.-Idle freight cars on
American rallroads numbered 375,370
on October 1, 39,328 less than on Sep
tember 23 and materially less than
on any recent reporting date, accord
ing to a report by the Association of
Railway Executives. Of the total sur
plus cars, 202,950 were in need of re
National Guard Division&
Washington. - Allocation of states
for organization of two national guard
* divisions, was announced by the war
The Thirtieth division was allocat
ed to Tennessee, North Carolina,
South Carolina and Georgia and the
Thirty-ninth to Louisiana, Mississippi,
Alabama and Florida.
.Demand for French Champagne.
Paris.-French champagne and oth
er fine wines are increasing In de
mand in the United States. "for medic
inal purposes." . Over 340,000 quarts,
valued at 1,502,000 francs, were ex
ported to America during the first six
months of this year.
Hightower Found Guilty.
Redwood City, Calif. - William A.
Hightower was found guilty Thursday
of first degree murder with a recom
mendation of. life imprisonment by
the jury in the ease in which he was
charged with the murder of Father
Patrick E. Heslin, of Colma, Calif.
325 Vessls Are Tied Up.
Newport News, Va.-There are now
325 Shipping Board steamers anchor
ed at Camp Eustis and the anchqrage
Is being surveyed with 9 view of
bringing several score'more here to
tie up until the shipping depression
shall have passed.
Powwow For Speaker.
Toronito, Ont.-The Hiawatha tribe
.of Indians, which made Manager Tris
Speaker of the Cleveland Indians. a
chief last year, is putting on a pow
wow in his honor at Idyle Wilde on
Preference to go to Veterans.
Washington.-A fixed policy giving
* preferential consideration to postmas
tership applicants who are veterans o'f
. the World War was inaugurated by
President Harding by executive order.
Woman ConvIcted of Forgery.
New York-Mrs. Emma R. Burkett
of Hillsdale, Ind., was found guilty
by a jury In general sassions court of
forging the name of former President
Theodore Roosevelt to a note fer $69,
ReductIon In Freight Rates.
New York.-Freight rates through
out the country are to lSe reduced 15
to 20 per cent. to take effect almost
immediately, according to an an
annuncement by the Standard Daily
Make ApplIcation For Ball.
Logan. W. Va .-E ighteen of the de
fendants indicted in connection with
the Boone-Logan county disturbances
In late Auegust and early septembelr,
madce application for ball in the cir
cuit court here.
Demonstrations by Unemployed.
London. - The emplo::m 'nt e~lsis
was respocnMihle for notaliu demon
strations in L.ondton- Shrffield arc&
Manc'hs-ter. Mlor. than 2C.o'n unerr
ployed participated in the' London
NOTICE OF SALE OF L.VD.
State of South Car:lia,
County of Fairfield.
In the Court of Common Plcas:
T. H. White and M. S. Lewis, Plain
S. Young, Maggie Pearson, Ma
mie Young, Thomas Pearson, Vic
tora Pearson, Carolina Pearson,
Beatrice Pearson, Ben Pearson,
Lula Pearson, Defendants.
In pursuarde of an order of the
Court of Common Pleas made in the
above stated case, I will offer. for
Ie before the cout house door in
Vinnsboro, S.- C., on the first Mon
day in November next, within the
legal hours of sale, at public outcry
i the highest bidder, the following
described tracts, to wit:
1. All that tract or plantation of
;and, containing ninety-four acres,
more or less, lying, being and situ
in the County of Fairfield, State
South Carolina, about fourteen
miles west of Winnsboro, facing the
Monticello and Alston road, and also
ing the road leading from Mon
ticello to Kincaid's bridge, being the
.act of land conveyed by D. M. Wil
in to T. H. White, Jr., and by the
id T. H. White, Jr., to us by his
deed, bearing date the 2nd of Oc
tober, 1919, and being the tract of
'and for which we have this day ex
cuted 'and delivered our joint note.
2. All that tract of land lying, be
ag and situate in the County of
Fairfield, about fourteen miles west
Winnsboro containing forty acres,
re or less, bounded by lands for
merly owned by Ben Yarborough,
but now owned by the said Jesse Y.
Young, being the tract of land pur
chased by said Jesse Young from P.
B. Holley, and facing the Winnsboro
Terms of Sale: Purchaser to pay
one-third of the purchase money in
cash and the balance on a credit of.
one and two years, to be secured by
the bond of the purchaser and a
nortgage of the premises sold, or
all. cash, at the option of the pur
"user, the purehaser to pay for all
ecessary papers, stamps, etc. As
"n evidence of his good faith, the
purchaser shall deposit with the
3rk one hundred sdollars immedi
tely upon the closing .of the bids,
1 upon failure to do so, the said
emises may be resold on the same
ims on the same day.
JOHN W. IYLES,
C. C. C. -P. F. C.
Dated, October 13, 1921. 29-31
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND.
State of South Carolina,
In the Court of Common Pleas.
The S. M. Jones Company, Plaintiff,
Eli Perry, Defendant.
Pursuant to decretal order of sale
made in the case of The S. M. Jones
Co. against Eli Perry, I will orfer
for sale before the Court House door
in Winnsboro, to the highest bidder,
on 'the First Monday in November,
next, all that tract or parcel of land
lying, being and situate in the
County of Fairfield, State of South
Carolina, containing twenty-seven
and two-thirds acres (27 2-3), m'ore
or less; bounded on the North by
lands of Rob Perry, East by lands
of R. A. Patrick; and on the South*
and West by lands of Louis Harri
son, and being the 4ract of land set
apart in the division of the lands of
or belonging to the Estate of Char
Terms of sale: Gash. Purchaser
to pay for all papers and recording
JOHN W. LYLES,
C. C. C. P. F. e.
Dated, October 13, 1921. 29-31
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND.
ltate of South Carolink,
County of Fairfield.
In the Court of Common Pleas:
Dixon H. Robertson, et al., Plaintiff.
Mrs. Willie Jordan, et al, Defendant.
Pursuant to Decretal Order of sale
made in the case of Dixon H. Rob
ertson,, et aJ. against Mrs. Willie
Jordan, et a]., I will offer for sale
before the court house door in
Winnsboro, S. C., to the highest bid
der on the first Monday in Novemn
ber, all that certain tract of land
lying, being and situate in the
County of Fairleld, State of South
Carolina, containing 550 acres,
more or less, bounded on the
North by the Starke place, now
ned by Robertson, East by lands'
Henry Harrison and William W.
~illiams, South by lands of G. W.
Ragsdale, and West by lands of T.
H. Ketchin, or the Matchett place.
Terms of sale: One-third of the
purchase money to be paid in cash;
ual installments with interest purchase money t% be secured b
:n day of sale at seven per cent bond of the purchaser and a
a.-.avm, payable annually until mortgage of the premises sold.
or all cash at the option of the JOHN W. LYLES
--haser. Purchaser to pay for all C. C. 0. P. F. C.
necessary papers and revenue stamps Dated, October 13, 1921. 29-31
The Week of the State Fair
24tli to 28th
and the week to choose from- the
most exclusive showing of fash
ionable apparel for women to be
found in the State
"Store of Courteous Attention"
1513 Main Street
Columbia, S. C.
fewer than five impo
granted-nothing left ti
"Standard" Motor Gs
pass five stiff examinat
Chemical laboratory teJ
line itself, to detern
purity,, stability, exp
~ ij Physical laboratory tes
I.1 der engines, to determia
ignition, rate of comb
Dynamometer tests in a
of engines, to deternmim
oped, mileage per gall
Isn't it time 3
case? Notice ii
o ne Big South Carolina Fair
'GREATEST LIVE STOCK SHOW 0
in tiv- history of the Fair Association. Come and see how others are meet
ing ti.t boll weevil menace.
Y.,st track. well known drivers, speedy cars. Purses amount to $3,000.
. zo r:wtr on Friday. 28th.
on '.:day, Wediesday and Thursday afternoons. Pacing and Trotting
r '-I pI:rses of $300 each event, with added money. Running Races for
Pul!e 'o $1-. each event. with added money.
AUTO POLO-SOMETHING NEW
at:fpe d automolies in exciting polo games. First time ever seen in the
oh. One exhibit each day between races Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
i.-:-:: oice each evening (luring fireworks.
BIG FIREWORKS EVERY NIGHT
on tte 3idway, the famous C. A. Wcethan Shows, featuring 30 attractions
!,iny w ard novel.
ausccs of the .outh Carolina Poultry Brpeders' Association. Hold
i: Diiu:cLion w .h the State Fair. B.. EL Adams, President, Charleston, S. C.
froin every section of the state, including work of Boys' Corn and Pig Clubs;
al.so Cir!s' Club work.
CAROLINA-CLEMSON FOOTBALL CLASSIC
The one big football game of the season. Reserved seats provided for
:.000 spectators. Football Day. Thursday. 27th.
REDUCED RATES ON ALL RAIROADS
Admisxlans: Adults, 73e; ekildren under 12 years, 33e. Farther redes
rate% for school children's tickets when bought In advanee In' bulk. - These
tlcketk not sold at fair grounds, but must be seeured In adVanee frm the
tre-asurer and will be redeemed at fall value It net used rCieS 20e ane
Fvo ' reinmin 1ist or Information, write
D. F. EFIRD, Secretary, Columbia, S. C. -
M t t a
iAccidentrally hic Good-e ccrcyo
inuk ome idns and dayoteuiaettaya' erigne awith
soin has to greater accuracy the factors of acceler'
oin ation, flexibility, range of carburetor .
Service tests under average conditions.
es on the gaso- Company garages are manintained, each'
ine volatility, containing from 30 to 200 cars, trucks
osion points, and tractors, comprising every known
type of motoradriven equipment. The
. . drivers are both amateurs and profes
s in one-cylin- sionals-a fair general average for'this
e character of work. These tests determine the all
istion, rate of around performance of the gasoline iz
limits of per. the hands of the user.
"Anybody's Gas" may be good noiw
andard i.akes and then. "Standard" Motor Gasoline
e power devel- has to be right all the time. That Is
n, etc. Runs what the public expects of it.
'ou drained the old oil out of your cranIs
e differe-e when you refil with POL ARIN E.
ARD OIL COMPANY