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EVERY COTTON MILL TO
CLOSE FOR TWO WEEKS
SOUTH CAROLINA COTTON XILLS
TO FURTHER CURTAIL.
Action Taken at Annual ConTention
of Cotton Nanuiacturers' Asso
ciation, at Asheville.
Asheville, N. C., June 9.-The de
cision to bring about a curtailment of
output by the closing of every mill in
South Carolina for a period of two
weeks some time during July and Au
gust of this year, was the feature of
today's session of the South Carolina
Cotton ManufacturersA association.
The reports read showed that at
least 25 per cent. of the spindles in
South Carolina are now idle and have
been for some time.
Addresses were made by D. R. Cok
er, of Hartsville, S. C. Ira W. Williams
of Columbia, and E. J. Watson, com
missioner of agriculture for South
Carolina, all of whom outlined the
steps taken for the improvement of
the staple of cotton and demonstrated
the work done by the United States
government along this line. The as
sociation expressed its sympathy with
the work and voted 2. contribution to
The following officers were elected:
President, E. A. Smyth, Greenville;
secretary, C. S. Manning, Greenville;
treasurer, J. A. Brock, Anderson.
The morning and afternoon ses
sions, adjournment being taken at the
latter, were held behind closed doors
and newspaper representatives were
SOUTHERN TEXTILE 'ASSOCIATION I
ActiTe Preparations Being Made For
Annual Vceting to be Held in
Greenville, S. C., July 1st.
The indications seem favorable for
IL large attendance at the annual meet
ing of the .Southern Textile associa
tion to be held in Greenville, S. C.,:
on July 1st. The sessions will be
held on Saturday afternoon and even
- ing, a time most convenient for mill
men to get away from their regularI
work; and Greenville is centrally lo
cated for a large percentage of theI
present membership. Besides this the
association held one meeting at Green
ville two years ago, and got a taste
of the whole-souled hospitality of its
people, which was one of the Incen
tives for-its selection for this meet
Since that time, however, the mem
bership has been greatly increased by1
means of big meetings at Spartan
burg, Columbia, Augusta and Char
lotte, but there need be no fears in
regard to Greenville's ability to pro
vide room and accommodation for all
who can attend.
The program committee have assur-1
ances so far of addresses and papers
as follows: On weaving by Supt. Z.
H. Mangum of the Minneola Mills, at
-Gibsonville, N. C.
"The Spinning Room," by Supt. W.
A. Price, of the Mollohon Mill, New
berry, S. of
The Electrical Specialist In Cotton
"Opening and Cleaning of Cotton,"
by J. E. Cheesman, of New York.
"Efficiency of Operation and Waste
Utilization," by Eugene Szepesi.
"Mill Village Improvements," by
Jas. L. Carbery, of Washington, D. C.
All superintendents, overseers and1
heads of departments in the cotton
mills are eligible to membership on
payment of the fee 'of $1.00. For fur
ther information address
G. S. Scottt, secretary.
Charlotte, N. C.
* CLEI[SON EXTENSION WORK. *
* - -
* Article 44. *
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *1
Very few of the consumers of milk
give much thought as to where the
milk they drink comes from or under
what conditions it was produced. So
long as it has no bad color, taste, or
smell they drink and are satisfied.
If the purity of milk could be judg
ed by the above 3tandard, the milk
inspector would have no work and
there would be no such office. It is a
sad fact, however, that such a stan
dard will not hold good, as milk may.
have no bad taste, color, or odbr and
Yet be very dangerous to the health.
Many of the outbreaks~ of typhoid fev
er, scarlet fever. dysantery, and other
diseases can be traced to the m!!k sur
Condensed from Report to S
Loans and discounts... ......-...- -........... - -
State of South Carolina Bonds..............
Real Estate.................... ... ....
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured
Cash on Hand and with Banks ............
Capital Stock ....... - - -.
Surplus and Undivided Profits.
Due to Banks....... ... - . ......
Bills Payable. ..-. ... - -
L. W. Floyd.
0. B. Mayer.
Jno. M. Kinard.
4 "o Interest Paid o
T he Bank T hat. Aiwa
ccw should not only shown no out-- BARI
ard signs of disease, but should give
no reaction when tested for tubercu- We will give a b
sis. She should be kept clean and ry on. Wednesday,
er udder should be washed well be-- casion of Win. Jer
fre each milking. The milker should to Newberry.
ilk with dray lands and not follow G
te bad practice of dipping fingers in B.
othe milk while milking. The milk
eshould not be allowed to handle
the milk at all if there should be a LODGE Dl
cse of contagious disease in his
As soon as the milking is finished Woodmen o
the milk should be removed from the Maple Camp, N
brn and at once strained through a meets every first
god grade of cheese cloth. If it IS day eveting at 7
t be sold at retail, it should be Cool- ing brethren are
ed and bottled. If it is to be kept for-.
ome use, it should be put aside in as fT. Burton,
col a place as possible axid away~ cc.
fom anything that has much ,odor. .
[ilk will very quickly absorb, the Newberry Camp,
oor of meat, vegetables, etc., if kept meets every secen
ear such. -nesday night In:
Especial care should be given at 8 o'clock.
tis season to the milk that is fed to C
abies and children. Much of the J. J. Hitt, Clerk
somach troubles could be avoided if
oly clean milk was given .them to Amity Lodge,]I
rink. Prof. J. M. Burgess. Amity Lodge, N
meets every flrst
Look! The Herald and 'News one o'clock in Masonic
ear for $1.50. .Visiting brethre:
$$ in SignettsCSapter,
Harr W. arhardt,
o c.utsliecofkebeets ever 0. econil
* ifltWO; tslsue.ri 8 o'onth Ma sael
P a value, double'W. DPtonc
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olden Ru; let
NEW OLSAN,U.SA. Hallthce 4th Mor
mot t8 'lc
ERRY, S. C.
tale Bank Examiner of June 7
... ............................................. ........ . . $443,043.51
.... .......................................... . .. ....... 1,000.00
.......... ................................... .......... 9,750.00
................ ................. ....... 5,018.02
S.................................... ...... 41,031.08
........ ..-- ...... ...........$74,727.33
......... ............ 782.00
................. ........... 168.45
. ....... ... ..... . 721.95
.. .................. 373,442.88
ys Treats You I'ght
arbecue in Newber- The firm of A. P. Boozer & Co. his
June 21, on the oC- this day dissolved partnership, the
nings Bryan's Visit stock and accounts bought by A. P.
Boozer who will conduct the business
o. A. Long. at same old stand.
R. Guin. A. P. Boozer,
M. C. Moore.
*Columbia, Newberry & Laurens EI. I.
r the World. Schedule In effect .Octobet 6, 1910
S Subject to change without notice. j
o. 43, W.schedules Indicated are not guaran
and third Wednies
.45 o'clock. Visit- ted
~ordially welcome. jA. C. L. 52. 53.
D. D. Darby, 1Lv. Charleston.. ... 6.10am 10.00pm
Clerk. [Lv. Sumter.. .. ....9.41am 6.20pm (
.. C.,,N. &L. .
No. 542, W. 0. W, Lv!. Columbia......11.15am 4.55pm
d and fourth Wed- Lv. Prosperity. .12.42pm 3.34pm~
El.ettner's Hall, at Lv. Newberry.. .. .12.56pm 3.20pmj
Lv. Clinton.... .. ..1.50pm 2.35pm1
. 0. Smith, C. C. Lv. Laurens.. ....2.35pi 2.12pm3
I C. &W. C.
fo. 87, A.. M . Ar. Greenville. . .. 4.00pm 12.20pm
o. 87 A. . M., Ar. Spartanburg. .. 4.O5pm 12.20pm
Monday night at 8 S. A. L.
Ar. Abbeville .... 3.55pm 1.02pm
1 cordially Invited. Ar. Greenwood .. 3.27pmn 1.33Spm
Geo. S. Mower, . A. Athens.... .... 6.05pm 10.30am
W. M. Ar. Atlanta...... .8.45pm 8.00am
A. C. L. ' 54. 55.
Lv. Columbia.. A. .. 5.00pm 11.15am
No. Sg . A IL Lv. Prosperity... .. 6.26pm 9.50am
No. 18, R. A. M. Lv. Newberry.. .... 6.44pm 9.32arm
d Monday night at Lv. Clinton.... ...7.35pm 8.44anm
*lcHal Lv. Laurens.. .. .. 7.55pm 8.20am
L. H. Dominick,
, E. H.P. C. &W. C.
jAr. Greenville.. ... 9 '10pm 7.00am
S. A. L.
Emncampment. A.Genol.. .8m 23a
.ea.mpnient, No. 23, A.Ahn....5Oa 15p
meet at Klettner's r tat.....Sm 95p
.da.y night in each Ns 2ad5 rieaddpr
L. H. Hunt, adrntruhbt&nCalso
Chief Patriarch,. n revle
Nos. 54 and 53 arrive and depart
o. 4, . 0 R.~* frmion Stto, Columbia daily,
;.2,. .RM cetSa,and run through behrson
Thrsayngh a ten lmbaand, Greenville.
~r' Hall.Nos. 34 ratnd ask ariens dpr-t
. 4 It.2r 0. . M. Gervissret Crag, . Ta. .,
Wilmington. N. C. E
- J. . Li::1ston, S. A.,
, No. 4, D. of P. Columbia. 8. C.
tesday night at S Now is thle time to subscribe to The c
Cn To er,-. C. Terna and News 91..30 ncr year, s
T GOODS A
OUR PRICES T
YOU CAN'T C
From the fact that every
gets a square leal or nothii
actly what you are buyinj
WE SELL TRUTI
that's the whole story. We try
and as little as possible, so that t
our Goocds Are
Our Prices Are
We therefore truthfully claim th
a BARGAIN TRADE FOR Y(
offer bears the same relation to o
that a Diamond does to other stc
chief of all. Some dealers chrisi
gain" and trust to the name to s
Our Bargains Are Genuine
And best of all bargains offered.
prove to you that you can save r
us than any where else.
From Now Until ti
% Cash Must Accompi
leridian, Miss., and Return -
Account Sunday School Congress o
vention, (Colored), June 7-12, 19]
5 and 6, 1911, goode returning unti
shbvihe, N. C., and Return
Account Y. W. C. A. Conference
on sale June 8 and 9, 1911, good re
lack Mountain, N. C., and Rett
Summer Student Conference Y. M
Tickets sold June 15 and 16, 19
Junie 28, 1911.
harlottesville, Va., and Return
Account University of Virginia Sm
July 29, 1911. Tickets sold June
July 3 and 10, 1911, good returning
including date of sale.
~noxville, Tenn., and Return
A ccount Summer School of the Soi
Tickets on sale June 18, 19, 20,
1911, only, with final limit returnit
point not later than, but not it
date of sale.
~Monteagle, Tenn., and Return
Sewanee, Tenn., and Return
Account Opening Week, July i
School, July 15-25, 1911, Monteag)
July 23-August 30, 1911. Tickets
15, 22, 29-August 11, 12 and 18,
.tember 5, 1911.
Convenient schedules, superb ser'
through trains, Dining Car service
call on ticket agents, or
J. L. MEEK, A. G. P. A.,
The Herald and News-the paper flieC
hat gives the news while it is news. jnan
- Iat -
NOTICE OF SPECIAL SCHOOL con
ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,m.
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY. tion
In consideration of a sutficiently beir
nedi peti:ion Crom the voters and tion
hoders of school district No. 9, vot:
own as Deadfall school district,
sking for an election to vote a spe
lal two mills tax to be used for
ch'ool purposes in said district, then
RE THE BEST
one trading with us
ig. We tell you ex
g, or in other words
to make an honestiprofit
he buyer may come back.
at every trade with us is
)U. Every bargain we
rdinary so-called bargains
nes-it is the king and
:en any thing as a "Bar
in Name and Nature!
Come at once. We will
iore ioney trading with
e End of the
zny All Orders
Charlotte, N. C.
-y, S. C.
- - - $20.7G
f the National Baptist Coit
1. Tickets on sale .June
June 14, 191r.
- - - - $4.45
[une 9-19, 1911. Tickets
turning June 28, 1911.
tra - -. - $4.95
.C. A., June 16-25, 1911
i11, only. Good returring
- - $11.35
nmer School, June 19 to
[7, 19, 26, 23, 24, 26 and -
Sfifteen days from, but not
- - - -m 83
ith, June 20, July 28, 1911.
24, 25, July*x, 8, 9 and i5,
tg to reach original starting
tcluding, fifteen days from
- - - 512.45
[o, 1911, Monteagle Bible
e Sunda) ''.enool'Institute,
on sale June 30-July 1, 8.
1911I, good returning Sep
ice, Pullman Cars on all
For further information
A. H. ACKER, T. P. A.,
tion for the said purpose above
ed is hereby ordered to be held
he school house of' say1 district,
iucted- by the trustees of the dis
Sas managers, on the 6th day of
e, 1911l, beginning at S o'clock a.
and closing at 4 p. m, a registra
certificate and poll tax receipt
g necessary -to vote in this elec'
.All voters favoring the tax will
"yes," against the tax "no."
5. S. Wheeler,
S. J. Derrick,
E. 0. Counts,
County Board of Education.