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Itinerary for Week.
Tabernacle?Tuesday, October 31,
3:00 P. M.
Bethel-Garmany?Wednesday. >i> j
vember 1, 3:00 P. M., at school.
Silverstreet?Thursday, November j
2. 3:00 P. M., at school.
Midway?Friday, November 3,
2:00 P. M., tt school.
Little Mountain?Friday. November
3, 3:15 P. M., at Mrs. Long's.
Home demonstration girls, ?tten- j
tion: All sewing club girls are ar-;
gently requested to have work allot-,
for the vear finished this week.1
Tht demonstration agent. Miss Ber-j
rie, wishes all work to reach htr not i
later than November 28. The 9thj
will be given to judging and arranging
exhibits in the Legion hall. All
canning exhibits from cooking and ,
sewing clubs rrfust also be at the;
hall on tht 8th, or morning of the 1
9th. No exhibits will be arranged!
on November 10th and 11th. Wo-]
men's clubs will pietse abide by rules (
for girls clubs, let's all be on time i
with each phase of the work and j
make this fair a big success.
The farm women's council to meet I
with Tranwood club.
Tranwood community has taken J
the initiative and will entertain the j
far mwomen's council of Newberry j
county on Novemoer 16th, at Miss}
Alma Sease's home. There has been |
New York State D
They are going at <
Car arrived Men
order before they a re
You c&n'i affor^
Then why keep o
Will rid your
some confusion m the minds of a
few club members as to who belonged
to the council. Kvery home demonstration
club member in the couniv
is a member of the council. Tranwood
is eaaer to entertain and hopes
to have a large attendance. If the
secretary of each club will notify
Mrs. C. A. Matthew?, Xewberry. S.
C.. how many members expect to attend,
it wil Ibe great help in preparing
for the meeting. Miss Elizabeth
Forney, in charge of women's work
and specialist in dairying, anil .Miss
Christine South, state ;igent, will be
present and will have inspiring talks
for you. Come.
The market managers wish to request
all parties who have meat for
sale to engage same ahead of time.
By doing otherwise more meat is
brought in than can be disposed of.
Unless the product is engaged it wilf
not be put on sale uniil all the other
The proceeds for the past" week
were 104.50. Farmers w:,i please
remeirner that we have a market day
on Wininesdav and r.?ed nroduce.
12 Generations in One Year!
There are about 12 generations of
flies in one year! They are the fastest
breeding of ail household pests?
and the most dangerous to your
health! Wipe them out! DESTROY
them everywhere! Use Royal Guaranteed
Fly Destroyer. Positive death
to all flies. $3.09 per gallon, with
sprayer free. Sold and guaranteed
by Mayes Drug store.
anish for Kraut,
day. Give us your
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d to raise ?hem
n feeding them/
diligent use of
place of rats
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' BONAR LAW HEARD I
BY SCOTCH FOLK
Prime Minister Speaks at Glaijjo-.v?
Explains How He Resumed
Leadership of His Party
Glasgow, Oc:. 22.?A routing; ovation
was sdven Prime Minister Bonar
Law when he rose to add res? an audience
of 1.000 persons in St. Andrew's
hail ronisrht and set forth the
nv?rwirkM-??i nrsiin whi.-h his Tiartv
stood. He devoted the opening: of his
speech to an explanation of how he
j came to resume the leadership of his
; This came about, said the prime
minister, when it was realized that
the coalition was losing ground and
a split in the party was inevitable,
not through intrigues, but owing to
discontent in the constituencies
throughout the country, which were
| clearly determined to terminate the
'party representing labor done.
Bonar La v's so- d:!i 1\ t*g?! v c-n-eri
ed the same grounds as his afternoon
| existing parliament and start afresh
under different conditions.
; Bonar Law said he believed i*
would have added to ths strength c"
labor to have set up a party, en the
one hand, representing opinions op
' posed to labor and, on the other, a
speech and his r.ij -t?on manifesto. lie
emphasized the u.'g-'iu-y of a Near
.Eastern se:tle;:.ie-it a?id the necessity
i of showing an .nt^mion : ? ^e equally
fair to .both Turks and (iveeks. lip
' bslieveii thai there was no danger of
either Turkey or Greece declip.n.* to
accept the tied von ox the peace conference.
! The real difficulty In foreign affairs
was the reparations ouestion,
but he did not despair of its solution;
, he could not agree that Germany was
; unable to pay anything. There was no
diffrr^r.ro in aims as between Enc
. land and France in this question, but
only a difference in the means of attaining
them. In general European
interest England and France must remain
Again hisisron tn? importance
of maintaining good relations with
'the United S:ares and bringing the
J United States into the league ci* nations,
thereby strengthening the
league, he said the government did
not desire to make Gallipoli a second
Gibraltar and expressed the hope that
the treaty with Turkey would enable
i England to bring her troops home.
| He then turned to internal problems
and promised that he would observe
patience while the Irish government
was trying to carry out the
Anglo-Irish treaty. He believed further
economics would be effected by
readjusting the work of the governi
, 1 _
j ment departments ana it was- nis
} purpose to abolish the ministry of
Generally speaking the premier ad:
vacated minimum legislation and
J more cr less leaving things alone. In
conclusion he reminded his hearers
; that whatever government was re;
turned there wrre -bound to be disappointments.
but if his party came
i into power they would do their best
, to face the inevitable problems.
I London, Oct. 20.?The king at
j Sandringh-im today signed a nrochu
' mation dissolving parliament, which
i had lived four of its constitutional
; live years, and summoning the new
i- parliament to meet November 20.
ijThe country is now without a parlia;
ment. but has plenty of candidates
i for the next one.
! The only notable event of the day
was the issuance of Premier Bonar
Law's manifesto. Thh contained no
; remarkable surprise, and the greater
part of it was devoted to enlarge|
ment of his policies outlined at the
i TTninnist; meet.'vie* which elected him
! leader. He proposes to abolish the
1 cabinet as expensive and unconstitutional
by the opponents of the late
government, and to transfer British
! representation at the league of na!
tions to the foreign office.
He intends to ratify the Irish treaty
and call the British dominions to
a conference to develop empire af1
fairs. There \v.is no .statement of
policy in the management of British
affairs in the Near East and that is
liked to bo demanded by Bonar Law's
: campaigning critics.
The prime minister made his first
' campaign rpeech today at Glasgow,
where, being of Scotch extraction, he
had an enthusiastic welcome. He reaffirmed
the points of his manifesto.
The former premier. Lioyn ueorge,
did not waste his day. He spoke before
a 1:rge audience of non-conformists
in "Whitfield tabernacle in
London, where there was plenty of
cheering. Lloyd Gecrge was in his
breeziest form. Earlier in the day he
[ and Lord Birkenhead were guests at
I the annual oyster feast given by ihe
f Colchester municipality. Although it
was supposed to be a non-partisan
social affair Lord Birkenhead ma vie a
I defense of the Conservative members
f * of the cabinet who stuck by Lloyd
' George. The former premier made
: :-i few remarks without bringing m
j NEGRO STATE FAIR TO
BE HELD IN COLUMBIA'
i Columbia. Oct. 21.?The necrro'
fair will be hold in Columbia. :> usual.
following the state fair, according
; to announcement yestere.ay by i?r.;
John Goodwin, who na.- been head*?f
the no ltd fa'r association f or the j
past ten years. They h ive placed ad-j
vertisements in every necrro paper in j
the .--fate and hope for a b:tf?cr and
1 better fair than they held last year, j
The colored fair begins October
81st and will close November 3rd.;
This is the week following the fair;
,he!d by the whites and the exec utive
o-Kcials of rhe ne.tcro fair .ire assured '
by the officials of the white fair asso- j
ciation that many of the exhibits!
placed here at the fnir next week will'
remain nuaci ror i.ie nej;:u iiin un :
next week, thus offering the great|
crowds expected at the negro fair an
"opportunity to see many of the things
exhibited at the white fair which they j
may not be able to see otherwise.
All of the exhibits from Clemson '
college, which occupy one half of the i
big steel building, will be shown at j
the negro fair. An effort is being j
made to have full exhibits from all j
of the leading negro colleges. '
Features of the agricultural work!
being done by the many negro farm !
demonstration agents in the state j
will he on exhibition at the necrr >
fair. J. E. Dixon, farm demonstration I
agent among negro planters in Rich- J
land county, is general director of j
this feature. He is being assisted by!
.Trt'nn AT DrtnJrlv nf thr- St'.te A. nnd
M. collcge at Orangeburg. Daniels!
has charge of the extension work tff;
: Many new features will be put on;
at the negro fair this year. They will
have fireworks *hree nights. One ofj
the biggest carnivals that has everj
come this wny will '00 secured.
The leading officers of the fair are;
.T. H. Gcodwin. president; R. >V.;
West-bury. superintendent and A. W.!
Hill, secretary. Dr. Goodwin said;
that the big game of football be-!
twee:: ALie-n university 2nd State'
< 'He ^0 rhat is a i ways attended byj
grea. crov?cU will be on Thursday of;
the f."*: which Is -school day.
Wiii Display Many Exhibits
?.Iany and varied exhibits will be'
displayed at the negro fair this year j
according to the interest be":rg mani-j
festeu by many leaders of organiza-'
tion> among the negroes throughout!
the siate. Bishop Chappelle said yes-!
terdav. in speaking after services in
the Bethel A. M. 1*". church, that Al-j
lcn university will have more exhib-j
its at the fair this year than ever, I
and that the African church people
will make a good showing at the fair.;
T. H. Wiseman, D. P.. pastor of
Bethel church, said in making his after
service talk to his congregation
yesterday that the ministers of Co1
r* - ?1 . - ',n f Vl
Zil tf l!f l']4\ i;i ^av
fair this year as they would like to
see this sascciation come up to the
expectation of 211 and grow. In this
the Rev. I). F. Thompson of the First
Calvary Baptist church, the Rev. J.
C White cf Zion Baptist church, the
Rev of Sidney Park and other
; ministers of city churches are p!:*n'
?iir?cr with their people to have special
booths at the fair with articles
collected from anion? thy best things
negro men and women of Columbia
h;ve made in their shops and elsewhere.
| The spirit for a bigger fair is growing
and it is quite likely that thousands
of people will attend the negro
! fair this year. There is a little more
prosperity among negro planters and
nnp.iiiviio'itic Thev alro hone
to tare the best arrav of needle work
ion exhibition ever seen at the fair.
; To carry out this idea they have planned
to have all teachers of home ec1
onomics and the special supervisors
: of negro rural schools under the auspices
of the Jeanes fund put on exhibition
a sample of their best work
which will take up considerable space
?nd bring1 to the fair grounds work
i thar, will educate and inspire.
: Thomas A. Williams of Newberry
is treasurer of the fair association
and has (been for yesrs. Ke has the
confidence of the negro leaders
throughout the state and has never
been opposed for hi; place. It is
largely due to the influer.ee of T. A.
j Williams of Newberry, H. B. Rikard
or Prosperity and Will Wallace of
Whitmire that hundreds 01 negroes
from the Piedrr.ont are encouraged
to attend the fair each year.
10 Days to Hatch!
It takes tcn days for the egcjs of
a roach to hatch?so if you keep
Royal Guaranteed Roach Powder
around for a few days, the old ones
wii! carry ir into the nests before
they die?ar.d as the young hatch,
they will be destroyed ton! Royal
Guaranteed Roach Powder costs 10 .
and 25c. Sold and guaranteed by
Mayes Drue: store.
Mr. Xk-kvlns Holmes, now of
Greensboro. a?'rer a business visit to
Columbia, spent the week-end in
Xewborry with his mother. Mrs. 0.
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