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ii 8,199,782 BALES
\ GINNED TO NOV. 1
STATEMENT ISSUED BY DE- t ho c
PARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, the v
South Carolina Shows 822,369 Bales, stand
f With 3,133 Ginneries in Opera- one <
I tion?Other States. ties.
k Washington, Nov. 9.?There were ever :
I 26,295 active ginneries and 8.199,782 ers o!
i bales of cotton ginned from the a ret
L growth of 1908 to November 1. The intell
I figures, announced by I lie'census bu- "I
T renu today, are against 26,069 gin- inerel
neries and 6,128,562 bales at the eoi- esls c
J responding dale in 1907, 27,370 gin- the }
I neries and 6,906,395 bales in 1906 and shall
1 27,808 ginneries and 6,457,595 bales inont
I in 190.). Tin report counts round price
bales as half bales and includes 149,- fntnr
340 round bales for 1908. 125,855 foi not a
1907 and 169,741 for 1906 and 183,- jnred
870 for 1905. The number of sea Mr,
island bales included for 1908 is 45,- ing"
495, for 1907 33,331, for 1906 21,706 give
and for 1905 49,161. The corrected 1 mena<
i figures of the quantity of cotton i f"rm;
ginned this season to October 18 arc j when
6.296,166 bales. I which
The number of bales and active jeral I
ginneries respectively by Stales oi: ing I'i
November 1, 1908, follows: try ai
Bales, Ginneries His
Alabama 894.123 3,363 dioco
Arkansas 536,658 2,016
Florida 43.065 241
I Georgia 1,385,816 4,321 Tin
Kentucky 954 4 teach
Louisiana 290,099 1,559 New
Mississippi 893,546 3,309 that
Missouri 30,940 69 j is an
New Mexico 954 4 I youni
North Carolina .. .. 373.188 2.606 j I lebrj
l Oklahoma 219.860 941 j ing.
J South Carolina .. .. 822,369 3.133'even
L Tennessee 199,621 605 A I
ft Texas 2,504,886 4,046 her ?
Virginia -1.057 82 more
The distribution of sea island cot- ?f ce
ton for 1908 by States is: Florida the c
19,05/; Georgia 21,998; South Car- the w
olina 4,440. acter?
> ? ion o
I SITUATION AT WINTHROP. fore
About Ninety Girls Have Left Col- his CK
lege, it is Said?Precautionary of P
News and Coui-ier. yonnp
Columbia, Nov. 11.?Superinten- detna
dent Martin is back from Rock Hill, anytli
where the hoard of trustees and "N
I State board of health have been hold- or, "
| ing meetings looking into the check- Ham
ing of the spread of typhoid fever at the k
Mr. Martin said today that the claim
situation remains much the same as king?
| a few days ago. us m
( About ninety girls have already have
^ left Winthrop, and every day tele- praye
grams come from parents requesting A I
| that their daughters be given permis- i" he
sion to come home. However, the re- wavct
cent dismissals from the infirmary "A
have had a quieting influence upon big h
the student body, and the girls do it hel
not appear greatly agitated. Ra<
The board of health is exerting could,
persistent efforts to find the source "H
of infection, and "is now attempting the k
to clear up the matter by means ot
elimination. The water supply has tions
> been abandoned and city water i> "T
being used. The milk has been "ess?
stopped. Flies are being trapped and Comji
i everything possible is being done to
ascertain the cause of the epidemic. ONE
The period of incubation is from
b ten to twenty-one days, and if no
| new cases develop within that num- This
| ber ot days afVr the precautionary
measures above mentioned were tak[
en, I he situation will then be in band ''n
( and the epidemic will have ceased. n!l's
COTTON CONGRESS IN SESSION offer
President of Southern Cotton Grow- Tl?i
' ers' Association Makes Strong too h
r Plea For Better Prices. lion <
Memphis, Tcnn., Nov. 10.?The dyspo
Southern Cotton conference began until
here today. Gov. M. R. Patterson Ili>
welcomed I he delegates. The respon- ing t<
ses were made by K. S. Gay of Mont- Kv<
| gomery and llarvie Jordan, of Allan- *i;> f<
| la, president of the Southern Cotton thing
t Growers' association. Gov. Xoel ol Hy:
I Mississippi also spoke. llarvie ,Jor- mal s
f dan was made permanent chairman. is <?ii<
) In an interview Mr. Jordan said the ??f ill
I meet ing would be the most important gaslr
7 conference of col Ion men ever held." to di
j Mr. Jordan said that it was indeed \VY
) fitting that it should Tie assembled in mi/ssi
I this the largest interior cotton mar- gastri
f ket in the world. and t
I "We have assembled," he contin- well.
I ued, "to safeguard and protect the Wt
great staple crop of the South from Tabic
the artificial and depressing infill* enllv
I enee of federated interests which op- gesfn
crate to the det riinent of every busi- Wo
ness interest in this section of Ameri- relur
f ca. We face a serious condition and more
whether we will arise equal to the Pri
emergency and protect onr interests or by
os men of brain and business sagacity berry
differently accept the situation
>arade belore the Worjd our
y weakness, is the issue winch
ills it sell to this convention."
lordmii said that raw cotton is
mly great staple coiuinodity in wSSEf&
'orld today which is selling belie
cost of production, not withing
the fact that it represents
>f the world's greatest nece.ssiliat
this great staple should
jell at a price to the cotton growless
than 10 cents per pound is
lection upon the manhood and
igence of the Southern people. MjT
ants and allied business inter>f
the South will determine that
?rice of sj)ot cotton must and
go hack to 10 cents before the
li of November passes, that
will be protected, the financial I
0 of the South will.be saved and
spindle in the world will be in- i
Jordan condemned ''night ridand
urged that the convention
its attention to the boll weevii f(y
re. lie also recommended t lull
ion of ;i chain of warehouses _
'from receipts coul,| l?. is?ue<| I V Ql
1 would he acceptable as collator
short time loans by the leadnancial
inst it ut ions in Ihiscoitn- I
id in Rurope.
hop (laynor of the Kpiscopal
<e of Tennessee also spoke. ?
A Way of Approach.
> small army of public school a |arcyf
['is who instruel the children o! K
fork's lowest East Side find ren S St
young America in the making
interesting study. When tie- Styles ai
r American sprinus from the c
lie stock it is doubly interest- ! '-'Very da_
Inborn shrewdness will crop oui
in the pupils of tender years.
leaeher was striving to interest
lass in American liistory In .
or less dramatic representations 8rea
'lain historical scenes, in which fyj *pQ
hihlren themselves took on foi
'omen the various historic char- ties Can't
:. The subject was the occasf
Willip-'i I'eon appearing be- cheapest
the English king in demand of ^ _
right claimed by himself ami DreSS G
hiarker brethren in the colony i H#=
ennsylvania. A youngster ot uaiesi ae
ling sternness totf countenance can pleas
sented the monarch. A - pert
> miss, in the character of Penn,
nded recognizition of him in
ing but a Quakerish manner.
ow, children," said the teach- ^^e al\
do you reallv believe that WilT'enn
would have gone before Goods at
ing with such an air? Would he
been successful had he put his ass0I*tmei
so boldly and bluntly to the ^
Cannot somebody else show Ullting
ore nearly how Pctnn would ofrinpc; or
approached the king with his
r for relief?" Flanne
.'imid lit lite girl with eagerness
r face, her black eyes .shining, patterns.
1 her hand.
h! said the teacher, recogniz- A. G. J
nr. "Do you think you could do
tor, Rachel?" 40 incl
-hoi blushing! v believed she ?,
ow would you have approached n t
ing?" asked the teacher.
! influence of placating genera- A big 1<
was shown in the answer.
vonld ask him, 'how iss peezi- and solid
million dollars for a Sheets
good stomach. e ,
Offer Should Be a Warning To
Every Man a.nd Women. Home:
' . Ginghs
newspapers and medical jourrecent
ly have had much to sa\ Percal
ve to a famous millionaires*
of a million dollars for a new COlOTS.
s great multi-millionaire was pi
nsy to worry about the condi>f
his stomach. lie allowed his y.. ,
psia to run from bad to worse We ha
in I he end it became incurable, in Best V
? mislort une serves as a warn- Jfc ] J'
> others. ^
ryone who suffers with dyspep- tO $ 1C
?r a few years will give even- Newb^IT
he owns for a new stomach.
'pepsin is caused by an ahnor- i
tale of the gastric jucies. Then- *
1 element missing. The absence curtc.
is destroys the function of tin- ^niriS,
ic juices their digestive powei. Gloves ai
?< : food. reduced i
! are now able to supplv (lung
element ? to /restore to the
ic jucies their digestive powei, /"> _
0 make the stomach strong and V>0
know that Iiexall Dyspepsia and
Is will positively and permanenre
disordered stomachs, indi>n
and dyspepsia. ^rr
1 want you to try them and will
n your money if you are no!
than satisfied with I lie result.
ce, 2.) cents. Only at our store,
mail. Odder and Weeks, STewTHE
e stock is large in ever
sold. We don't expec
Exchange "the Goods
j can get your size and
ALL NEW GOODS ar
i and very attractive Ire Ladies', Misses and Child.uts,
Cloaks and Separate Skirts. The
*e the Latest, Materials Fine and Prices Reduced,
y brings in some new goods in this department.
Dress Goods and Silks
t variety of tine materials. They are simply beautisee
them is to buv. The styles, coloring and qualibe
resisted. We have them in all grades, fro.tn the
to the finest. We ask you to come and see our
oods, Silks, Velvets, Buttons, Braids, Nets, etc.
:signs, fine qualities and price low. We know we
;e you in Dress Goods and Trimmings.
vays keep a choice and well selected line of Staple
the lowest prices. You can find here a tremendous
s at 5, 8 1-3 and 10c. yard, small and large checks,
letts at lUc., worth 12 1-2 and 15c., all colors, neat
Feather Bed Ticking al 12 l-2c., worth 20c. yard.
h Sea Island at 5. 6 1-4 and 7 l-2c a yard.
ling at 5, 7 1-2, 8 1-3 and 10c. yard, for the best,
i Flannels at 6 1-4,8 1-3, 10 and 12 1-2c. yard.
ot of standard Calicoes at 5c., blues, grays, reds, light
willed Flannel at any price.
and Pillow Cases, Table Linen, Towels, Bed
and Blankets of all kinds.
spun Checks at 5c.; Cheviots at 8 1-3 and 10c. yard.
ims and Chambrys at 3, 8 1-3 and 10c. yard.
es at 8 1-3, 10 and 12 l-2c. a yard, best grades, all
othing for Little Folks, Boys and Youths.
ve a big line of Children's, Boys' and Youths' Suits
/earing materials and latest styles, at prices $1.00,
2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00,
).00 and $12.50 for the young Men. Best values in
y for the price?A1! Reduced.
1 Great Offering in Gents's Furnishings.
Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, Underwear,
rid Men's Fancy Vests and Hats. Everylhing at
me to us for anything to w
Children from head to foot.
;TORE OF LOW PRICES.
N D BROS.
y Department and must
t any profit, simply want
for Cash". Come while)
a choice selection.
id LATEST STYLES.
Our Notion Department
Is full of New things in Belts, Neckwear, Gloves, Hosiery,
Handkerchiefs, Combs. Pins, etc. Everything that is new
and good you will find here, and at the RIGHT PRICE
We ask you to come and inspect these goods for yourself.
Shoes for Everybody
We sell some of the best makes that are made in the U. S.
Shoes for Ladies, Men, Boys, Girls and Children. Fine Dress
Shoes and heavy every day Shoes. Shoes that fit and wear
well. All qualities, all colors, the latest styles, the best makes.
PRICES LESS. Satisfaction guaranteed. Large stock
to select from. The best School Shoes for Boys and Girls
that can be had. Everlasting wearers.
Big Reduction in Clothing
Our Clothing display is large?The Latest New York
Styles. If you appreciate a good Suit, one that Is made
right, guaranteed to wear and hold its shape, you should certainly
see our line. Handsome patterns in rich Olive and
Brown Mixtures in new stripes. Blues and Blacks in every
Men's Suits at $5.00, $7.50, $6.50, $ 10.00, $ 12.50, $ 15,00J
$16 50, $18.00, $20.00 and v$22.50. Suits that sell at from
$3.00 to $4.00 a suit more at other stores.
We have Suits in single and double breasted, slims, regulars
Come to see us on Clothing and save money. The styles
are handsome, the fabrics are the latest, and the best that
can be secured with spot cash.
We have an immense stock of extra Pants?really a Fine
Assortment of Good Values and Best Styles at 98 cents to
$6.50 a pair. ' Any size. Come and see and you will be
convinced that we have what you want.
Facts To Be Remembered.
1.? We are Headquarters for everything in,
2.?We meet any honest competition wherever
3.?The stock must be sold and the prices
will sell it. ,
ear for Men, Ladies, Boys Girls
Main Street, Newberry, S. C