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42,000,000 BALES NECESSARY.
Still Plenty Room for ai Increase in
Cotton Production if1 Human
Race Wear C es.
Atlanta. Ga., May I.-"To clOthe the
whole of 'humanity would require 42,
000,000 bales of cottou each year."
This statement was made by Pres
ident Hobbs of the National Associa-.
tzon of C;tton Manufacturers, at its
recent annual meeting in Boston. Mr.
Hobbs said that of the. 1,500,000,000
inhabitants of the world only 500,,
000.000 are completely clothed, while
70,000.000 are only partially clothed
Ind 250,000.000 are practically not
tothed a: all. As civilization advances'
th"? r:on of the partially clothed
S!j As civilization advances, the
proportion of the partially clothed
and the unclothed will decrease and:
tis, with the increase of population'
in civilized countries, will call for'
an increased supply of cotton. The
cotton belt of the United States now
Turnishes fully two-thirds of the
world supply of cotton, and, as the
demand increases, will be called upon
-greatly to increase its annual produc
It is a clear understanding of this
condition that has led the Southern
Railway company to organize a Cot
ton Culture department, to work in i
co-operation with the United States
Agricultural department and the ag
'ricultural authorities of the Southern
States, to keep the cotton production
of the Soutb abreast of the demand by
bringing about the adoption of those
cultural methods which will result in
"larger average yields per acre, thus
increasing the profitableness of cotton;
growing and leaving surplus lands to
be devoted to other crops and the
%,growing of live stock. It is clearly:
more profitable to a farmer to pro
duce fifty bales of cotton on,fifty acres
than to produce the same amount on
r one hundred acres, for he will receive!
the same amount for 'his cotton and
will have fifty acres for other uses.
Under ordinary circumstances, every
increase i the average yield of cotton
-per acre reduces the cost of produc
tion per pound and yields the farmer
larger margin of profit between the
cost of growing his crop and the sell
GOV. BLEASE PAYSUP
Sends $100 Check for Charleston's
New Y. Il. C. A. Building.
Columbia, April 27.-Gov. Blease -
today forwarded to Dunbar Robb,'
secretary of the Charleston Y. M. C.i
A. building fund committee, his checK
t or $100. This is Governor Blease's~
donation to the Charleston Y. M. C. A.Z
The call for tbe payment of the do
nations state that the money may beS
Spaid in quarrterly instalments, extend-,1
ing into 1912, but Gov. Blease paid his ii
hcontribution in a lump sum. t
G0V. BLEASE AND HIS PETS.
Two Charleston "Kitties" Join Bull.
dog, "Chicks" and Cow. -
Columbia, ...April 27.-Governor
Blease received today a pair of tor
toise shell kittens, a gift from Joe:
Bollo, of Charleston, th.e well known
resitaurant man. The kittens are
"beauties." Gay. Blease is very fond
of pets. He has a fine 'bulldog at the
maansion. The governor is also fond
of chickens. He has a yard full of
. little "chicks." The mansion is also
'possessed of a very fine milch cow.
W. U. LINEMWAN ELECTROCUTED
'W. R. English Ileets Instant Death
Columbia, April 28.-W. R. English,'
'a lineman, employed by the Western
Union local forces, was instantly kill-1
ed when at work today on a pole.
Other linemen who were with him at,
:he time state that a lighting wire,
became short, and in this way the
deadly current was communicated to'
the unfortunate man. He dropped.
down the pole, but his fall was grad
ual, as he was wearing a leather san
ty belt, which had been fastened
around him. Linemran Rankin. who
was standing n.ear the pole, caught
-he body before it reached the ground.
Death was instantaneous.
Mr. English came to Columbia
about eighte~en months ago. He has
ta wife living at Finchville, Va., where .
he rmains will be shipped for inter- 1
moat. He was about 28 years of age.
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Notice :s hereby given that on the
hday of Mlay, 1911, at 11 o'clock Ac
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