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COTTON GINNINGS
SHOW DECRESE
GOVERNMENT REPORT INDICATES
SMALL CROP.
Total Prepared for Market to December
13 Given as 10,303,253
Bales.
Washington, Dec. 2-0.?iTne seventh
cotton ginning report of "the season,
compiled from reports of census bureau
correspondents and agents
throughout the cotton belt and issued
at 10 a. m. today, announced that 10,303,253
bales of cotton, counting round
as half bales, of the growth of 1915
bas been ginned prior to December 13.
That compares with 13,972,229 bales,
or 87.8 per oent of the entire crop
ginned prior to December 13 last year,
12,088,412 bales or 92.5 per cent in
1913, and 11,854,541 bales or 92.2 per
cent in 1912. The average quantity of
cotton ginned prior to December 13
in tie last ten years was ii,47t>,isy
bales or 89.5 per cent of the crop.
Included in the ginnings were 100,940
round baJes, compared with 42,796
last year, 91,686 in 1913 and 75,772 in
1912.
Sea island cotton included numbered i
83,810 bales, compared with 71,401 last
year, 69,520 in 1913 and 60,445 in 1912.
Ginnings prior to December 13 by
states, with comparisons for the last
three years and the percentage of the
entire crop ginned in those states
prior to that date in the same years
follow:
Alabama.
Year. Bales Pet.
1915 987,482
101^ 1 K79 1 AT. OH fi I
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191 3 1,444,212 97.3
191 2 1,234,755 93.0
Arkansas
1915 721,540
191 4 89(3,965 89.5
191 3 885,979 85.3
191 2 703,329 91.2
Florida
191 5 53,380
191 4 80,909 89.3
191 3 63,082 "94.6
191 2 52,895 89.9
Georgia.
191 5 1,860,929
191 4 2,451,644 90.0
191 3 2,215,308 94.4
1912 1,675,670 92.4
Louisiana.
191 5 328,190 ....
191 4 415,278 91.8
191 3 1391,454 89.6;
191 2 361,123 96.4
Mississippi.
1915 863,962
191 4 1,082,816 88.9
191 3 1,084,680 86.6j
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191 2 883,458 88.0
>'orth Carolina.
' 1915 667,113
' 1914 766,445 79.0
191 3 708,598 84.6
1 1912 819,662 90.4
Oklahoma.
1915 511,560
, 1914 1,069,018 9S.7
191 3 789,782 - 93,7
1912 902,329 89.8
South Carolina.
1915 1,098,226
191 4 1,328,482 85.1
191 3 l,Z7t>,4ZS yU.U
191 2 1,128,850 92.2
Tennessee.
1915 625,120
191 4 1 319,284 85.8
191 3 340,685 92.9
1912 230,239 86.1
Texas.
191 5 2,867,699
'1914 2,874,388 88.3
11913 3,627,190 96.1
j 1912. 4,368,915 94.0
All Other States.
j 1915 78,052
J1914 116,680 ? 70.7
i 1913 100,030 8.3.2
j 1912 77,811 86.4
Ginnings of sea island cotton prior
I to December 13, by states:
(Year. Fla. Ga. S. C.
1915 26,719 52,908 4,813
'1914 30,488 37,395 3,51S
1913 24,126 39,014 6,380
1912 19,505 35,55 8 5,522
The next ginning report of the cen-J
sus bureau will be issued at 10 a. m.,
Saturday, January 8, and will show the
quantity of cotton ginned prior to January
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Nature Warns
Against Using Calome\
The lickening, nauseating feeling
that follows the use of calomel is the
natural result of disarranging your en- j
tire system. Doctors everywhere are j
agreeing that the action of calomel is j1
aV? 4- r\/-\ n- r? J 1 Aft Vvrv/^ t? i 1
JULLUVU. IUU 5LIUU5, ailU Cli.C uvu;
sick and weakened. 1
1IY-YER-LAX is a wonderful sub- j'
stitute for calomel, that has all of its
good effects and none of its bad ones.
It acts soothingly but thoroughly on '
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the liver, cleansing it of bile, and rid- J
1
ding the entire system of stagnating
poisons.
LIY-YER-1AX is strictly a harmless j
vegetable compound, and is guaranteed |
to give satisfaction or your money will |
be returned. Insist on the original',! <
t
bearing the likeness and signature of j j
L. K. Grigsby. For sale here at 50c !
and $1.00 at Gilder & Weeks.
1
Cures Did Seres, Other Remedies Won't {
The worst cases, do matter of how long: standing,
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. ^
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieve?
Fain and Heals at Ujp sam* time. 25<50c. $1JH t
t, l i lis5en chesty,
)n fm on manager sez
? 'i'm y'flre no good as
an umpire, but
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PEACE PROSPECTS
BECOME BRIGHTER
Washington Officials Are Confident
Villa's Elimination is Bona
Fide Move.
Washington, Dec. 20.?Gratification
and relief were frankly displayed by
administration officials today when
news came from El Paso that 11 of
Gen. Villa's generals and leaders had
signed an agreement to turn the rebel
army of the north over to the d-e facto
government of Mexico. Confidence is
felt here in the reported promise of
Villa to eliminate himself and if he
crosses the American border he will
find a free road.
Villa's withdrawal and the incor:
poration of his army into that of the
de facto government are regarded
here as indicative of early peace in
Mexico, and' at least will pave the way
for reducing materially the strong
patrol the United States 'has been
obliged to maintain along the border.
His elimination, it is believed, will
leave Carranza free to concentrate his
forces against the rebellious bandits
still operating in tne interior and near j
che capital.
With the fighting transferred to the I
interior the Washington administration j
.vill watch developments- less anxiousy
than when battles were being fought
along the boundary line. It is realized, i
however, that Carranza's army has j
before it many months of serious fight- j
ing before he can assure foreign dip- ;
lcmats that his rulership is undisputed.
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Advices to the state department do |
not indicate how many men are oper- j
ating in other parts of the republic j
against the de facto government, but !
estimates based on official and unof- j
ficial information place the number at j
many thousands greater than the Villa
force in the north.
Under Zapata, the Cedillo brothers |
and several former army officers o: i I
past regimes, organizations are in the j <
field in San Duis Potosi, Vera Cruz, !
I
Morelos, Tepic, Jalisco, Michoican, j
Guerrero, Oaxaca, Chiapas, Sonora |
md Sinaloa. Not all these are strong |
organizations, and by the Carranza
government they are styled bandit fori
:he greater part, although it. is ad- j
nitted that those operating south and
?ast of Mexico City are formidable.
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"Safety First."
Halton Powell's latest song review,.
'Safety First,1" with a galaxy of well-,
cnown musical comedy stars in Lie!
)rincipal roles will hold forth at the
>pera house for one night only Tueslay,
December 28.
This, the newest of the modern style
>f "song" shows, is creating a sensaion
in every city visited. It is full of '
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! what is known in stage parlance as
I "ginger."
Tlie fun is up to the Powell highwater
marks of Powell excellence all
the time and unusually c.ever com-;
| pany put it over the footlights in a |
I steady stream. Not the least enter -1
taining feature of the big production ;
is dancing contingent and the Charlie j
i Chaplin number by a dainty bunch of!
femininity.
No money has been spared in the .
costumes of the chorus or the building ;
of scenery. The entire production is
up to the standard set by the best
traveling $1.50 attractions.
No Parcel Post to Germany.
(Washington, Dec. 20.?The postoffiee
department announced today that to j
meet the Christmas demand it had
made persistent, but unsuccessful efforts
to re-establish parcel post service !
between the United States and Germany !
and Austria. Service from the United.
States, by way of Holand, ceased No
"U 10. r* ~ Km r* '
vemuer io, vjrcj m<a.n.y cum Austria
to the United States twenty-five
days previously.
1 Worn Out? (|!
No doubt you are, if
you suffer from sny of the
g 0 numerous ailments to
HJ5 which ail women are sub- lajl ;
P5J ject. Headache, back- ;
ache, sideache, nervous- j
ness, weak, tired feeling, gP i
are some of the symp- j
Bra toms, and you must rid ffa i
| |j yourself of them in order 8 9 j
B| to feel well. Thousands
of women, who have
been benefited by this
| remedy, urge you to
|| TAKE II
BTiie Woman's Tonic [j
Mrs. Sylvania Woods, | 8
of Clifton Mills, Ky., says:
K "Before taking C a r d u 1,
I was, at times, so weak I
could hardly walk, and
gffig the pain in my back and S&! i
head nearly killed me.
1 After taking three bottles Km
of Cardui, the pains dis- g
appeared. Now I feel as
well as I ever did. Every 3]
suffering woman should 11
try Cardui." Getabotlle
today. E-68
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Dr. King's New Discovery is a
Doctor's Prescription used for
over 45 years. It is pleasant
and children like it.
You cannot use anything better for
your cmicrs cougn and cold tnan Dr.
King's New Discovery. It is prepared
from Pine Tar mixed with healing and
soothing balsams. ^It does not contain
anything harmful ?nd is slightly laxative,
jnst enough to expel the poisons
from the system. Dr. King's New Dis
you and "a
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oughs and Colds,
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and soothes the irritation.
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for the oast three veara and use it mo.
tinually in my family*. Uj children are
I very fond of it for it keeps them free from \
cold. I can't say too much for it, and
take pleasure in recommending it V> *y
friends." Mrs.A.S.Haines, Franconia,
^ Don't put off treatment.' Coughs and
colds often lead to-a chronic cough, pneumonia
and other serious lung trembles,
It is also good for adults and the aged.
Get a bottle to-day. All druggists*
lisiance'twixt |
nywhere." ,
dth its 16,000,000 miles ol %
>eople within earshot of
1, living within fifty or a
led for a small toll charge.
>f this vast bridge on your
our business, There's a
nvenience for you in the \
use it.
;er to-day.
2LEPH0NE
COMPANY dgy/
IMBiA, S. C,
ro Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
rake the Old Standard GROVE'S
fASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
irhat you are taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing it is d
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. A
rhe Quinine drives out malaria, the ^
[ron Guilds up the system. 50 ceoto
w? 3t~
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rely
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