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FUTURES WAS TOPIC.
Comittee on Agriculture
ars. Argument.-Notbing Else
A Washington dispatch to the Co
bia State, under date of Febru
Lewis W. Parker, of Columbia and ,
Greenville, appeared before the
house agriculture committee to-day
and put several holes into the New
York. Cotton exchange. Chas. S.
Webb, of Greenville, who has- just *
bought a seat on the. New York ex
change and sells Mr. Parker cotton,
wade a -brief reply. Mr. Parker held *
the attention of the committee for *
more than an hour.
Numerous visitors including a con
siderable number of Southern eon
Sr ssmen and several members of 9
&t,n exchange were present, and *
listehed with'rapt attention.
Mr. '1arker was frequently inter
rupted by questions both from the
committee and from visitors which 9
fie parried in such ready and admir- *
Ale fashion that he won the applause
of both - committee and audience.
BeVreseutative Lever who is a mem
ber of the committee and upon whose
invitation Mxr. Paiker hia come ap
peared to be,. pratiSulAlY gratified. *
Oenator Smith was present and was
very much interestea.
Mr. Parker's chief contention was
-t the New York cotton exchange
1Bxed priees of cotton which were
purely fictitious. Since the foreign 9
purchaser of American .good.
the New York quotations of cotton
futures as a basis for the prices of *
- lioth, it was a great mury to the
fotton manufacturers who could no;
get spot cotton at the New York quo
tad price. . What he wanted done was
to make the future quotations bear
fxed relation to the.*prCe of spot,s
eotton and this, he said, would re
sult from either compelling 'the ex
changes to deal in bona fide contracts a
or the various grades of .spinnable
eOtton or to pass such legislation as
/w1l practically paralyze the opera
tions of these exchanges.
ON MILLION DOTM"
FOR A GOOD STOMACH
Every ShalnB a Warni t
The newspapers and medical jour.
nals have had much to say relative
oa- famous minlionaire's offer of a
milion dollars for a new stomach.
This great multi-mifnioar was
too- busy to worry about the condi
tion of his stomach. He allowed his:
dysp8psia to run from bad to worse IJ
'ntil in the end it heetme ineurable.
Hs~. misfortune should serve as a
~waning to others. Every one who
suffers with' dyspepsia for a few
years will give everything he owns
for a new stomach..
Dypepda is eaused by an abnor
mal'state of the~ gastrice.j'uices. There
is one elemen.t djssing--Pepsmn. The .
abeieof this destroyesthe function $
of th gastie fluidge They lose their
poer to digest food
We -are no0w able- to supply the
pepin in a form almost identical- to
thanturally -reated by the sys
tem when in normal hiealth, so that
it restores to the gasrie juices thdr
digestive power, and .thus makes the
stomaCh strong and wel-l.
We want every one stroubled with C
idiestion and sayspepsis to come f
to our store and obtain a box of s
RealDyspeapda Tablets. They eon
tan Bismuth-Si1bntrate .and Pepsin
p repar&d by a process which develops
er ratest power to- overcome di
Real Dyspepsia Toblets are very
pl4sifto take. They soothe the.
irritable weak stomach; strengthen
and invigorate the digestive organs,I
relieve nausea and indigestion, Pro'"
mote. nutrition and .bring about aI
felingfOf comfort-. W
If you give Rexanl Dyspepsial ro
Tbts a reasonable trial 'we wi1ll
return your money if you are not sea2
satisfied with the result. Three sizes',ta
25 ents, 50 cents and $1.00. Remiem- te
her you ean obtain Rexall Remedieswh
in Newerry only at our store,-Thewh
Rexall Store. Gilder & Weeks, Man
Street, Newberry, S. C. a
WRIGHT BROTHERS HONORED. Ch
We-KownL Aviators Receive Medal sea
From smitihsonian Institution1.
Washington, Feb. 10.--Orville and pre
Wilbur Wright, the aeronauits, were an
to-day presented with the Langley sti
medal of the Smithsonian Institution
by Chief Justice Fuller, of the Unit
ed States Supreme Court, who is
.lso chancellor of the Smithsonian Sea
Institution. The medal was created
i-n 1908 in commemoration of Prof.
Langley and his work in aerodromics. (
Wilbur Wright, in accepting the out
medal, declared that when the this
Raisins, Prunes, Figs
Dates, Citron, Currants
Le mon and Orange Peel
Cr. Tartar, Baking Powder I
All kinds table condiments
Pickles, Etc., Etc.
Coffee, Tea and All Kinds
Fancy and Staple Groceries
We have a few Toys left from'our'
old stock that will be sold regardless.
d4ade '41 Bales of Cotton
With Only One Mule
~ead in our Farmers' Year- Book r'Almanac for
91o how a planter in Terrell County, Georgia,
ade 41 bales of cotton with only one plow, a
cord breaking yield, and he had a n,ine' weeks'
ought-the worst in years. His gross income was
,98.47 for this crop. You' can-do it too
>erally, combined with careful seed selection, thorough
ltivation, and a fair season. Ask your fertilizer dealer
~r-a copy of this free book,..or write us for one. Be
re you haul home only Virginia-Carolina Fertilizers
SALE T.OFFICES: -
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ais. t insuio designed by C. ARA~SA
tplicates in bionze also were' K DO AETRE
meted to the Wright Brothers
one replica was kept for the in-.S~gm kpis
ution.Thta en ne,fgrn eo
RICE OF BROOMS RISES. wl ntni eiv a u
rcity of Broom Straw Caused the setc.Btgetcrspoei
>hmbWlit Feb. 10.--The story sent fln, ezm, s
over the Associated Press wiresspan adcrs. Tyi.2.
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Model .Fifty-three, 4 H. P
Magneto, Lamps ani
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wheel-base, 108 inches; wheels and tires,
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tools, and jack. Spare Wheel vith fire,
The Car of Steady
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Model Fifty-five-Seven:passenger, $2,
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Magneto, 6-80,storage batter, two gas hea
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d-lights and generator, horn,
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d-lamps, electric side-lamps,
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tiizer lies, in the
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view of suppying
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arvest. The plant
overfed at one
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perience goes wiph
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