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also share its ri
ing a co-partner
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and sold on the C
There are now
holders of Swift &
whom are employe
These 22,000 sh
Cash dividends b
ularly for thirty y
present is 8 per cer
The capital stocli
preferred stock, any
represents actual v
"water," nor have
marks, or patent
This statement is
information and no
booming Swift & C
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we do business.
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Year Book of i
Union Stock Yard
Fo r permnaner
32 per ct. I
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S. E. Ifi
Agent for Claj
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not occurred to
in participate in
in the business?
by buying Swift &
which are bought
hicago and Boston
aver 22,000 share
Company, 3,500 of
s of the Company.
ave been paid reg
ears. The rate at
is all of one kind,
stock-there is no
I this common stock
alues. There is no
good will, trade
s been capitalized.
made solely for your
t for the purpose of
owever, live stock
and consumers as
like to have for
eople with whom
a better mutual
sent on request.
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s, Chicago, Illinois
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C:OLUJMBIA, S. C.
GASLESS SUNDAYS SAVES
MUCH VALUABL[ [U[I
Sends Many Barrels to France
New York, Sept. 28.-Since the firs
"gasless Sunday," ten cargo boats car
rying 500,000 barrels of gasoline
which otherwise could not have beet
shipped, have been sent to Franc
from the United States, declared Marl
L. Requa director of the oil divisiot
of the federal fuel administration, it
an address here tonight before hun
('reds of manufacturers and engineer:
pledged to conserve coal and fuel oi
:to help; win the war.
"Not less than 25,000,000 barrels o:
-rude oil more than the United State
consumed last year must be produce<
this year, a total of 365,000,000 bar.
rls,. or approxim-a '-v 70 per cent o:
the world's entire oa..t," Mr. Regu
"Evety new destroyer will add t<
this amount: every airplane will us<
.0 'zallons of gasoline per hour; ever)
tank, motor truck and ambulance must
have the products of petroleum an'
you must h"lp in making these prod.
Government inspectors, it was said
will visit all plants at intervals to as.
I certain how efficiently coal and oi
ire being used. Plants will be classi.
fied as follows:
"Excellent, 90 to 100 per cent.; good
80 to 90; fair, 70 to 80; poor, 60 to 70
Vlere inefficiency and waste of fue
is observed, negligent plants, it wat
announced, will be penalized by the
priorities board by being permitted tt
obtain only as much fuel as they dem.
onstrate they use scientifically.
LOTS PRISONERS AND GUNS
Taken by Gen. Alelnby's Army it
London, Sept. 29.-Prisoners to tht
number of 50,000 and 325 guns ha(
been counted by the British in Pales.
tine Friday night according to ar
official communication issued tonight
Notwithstanding Turkihh resistance it
the region of Tiberias, the Britisl
forced further passages of the Jor
dan. To the south the British cavalry
drove the enemy northward througl
Mezerib and joined hands with thc
forces of the king of the Dedjes.
Hundreds of Thousands of Dollar,
Tampa, Fla., Sept. 28.-A storm
which blew in from the Gulf about 2
o'clock this morning swept over the
western coast of Florida for a dis
tance of about 60 miles from St. Pe
tersburg northward, doing damage
that will reach into the hundreds of
of thousands of dollars. It is estimated
the wind attained a velocity of 100
miles an hour.
At one point on the coast a good
sized tramp steamer was swept into
shallow water, but it was not damaged
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to any great extent and pr6bably wilt
Reports from the various fruit
ranches are that there is great dam
age to citrus fruits. One large con
cern reports 15,000 boxes of oranges
and grape fruit blown from the trees
in their groves alone. In some cases
the high winds literally stripped the
leaves from the fruit trees. The storm
is the worst this section has experi
enced in 50 years.
At Tampa no damage was (lone, the
each wind being 30 miles.
At Sutherland, considerable damage
was (lone to the buildings of Southern
College, a Methodist institution. No
e-ie was injured. Ed Anderson, whose
caige was blown form its founda
t ion -, tied his two children to the body
o. a large tree to keep the wind from
blowing them away.
TO THE BELGIANS
King Albert's Troops Take Other
Towns and Advance
London, Sept. 29.--Dixmude has
been captured by the Belgian troops,
it vas officially announced tohight.
The Belgians have also taken errem
(arren), Stratenburg, Passchendael,
Moorsledge, and part of Westroose
beke. This means an advance of sev
"After breaking up a violent enemy
counter attack the Belgians captured
Terreest height and at the close of the
day had advanced to within less than
two miles of Roulers.
AMERICAN GOT TEN
HUNS BEFORE HE DIED '
With the American Army North
west of Verdun, Sept. 29.--American
staff officers visting a battlefield on
this sector Saturday found a dead
American soldier surrounded by ten
Germans, whom he aparently had
killed before being slain himself.
PLAN TO DESTROY MOSCOW
London, Sept. 29.-If the Bolsheviki
are compelled to leave Moscow they
will atempt to destroy the city and
slaughter the bourgeoise wholesale,
declared Hans Vorst, in a letter to the
Berlin Tageblatt. The German writer
says he learns from authentic sources
that the Bolsheviki have placed in
the upper stories of high buildings
eyery conceivable agency of destruc
Innocent bourgeoise hostages the
letter adds, are being shot by the
OLI) FALSE TEETH
We pay from $2.00 to $35.00 per set,
(broken or not). We also pay actual
value for Diamonds, old Gold, Silver
and Bridge-work. Send at once by
parcel post and receive cash by re
turn mail. Will return your goods if
our price is unsatisfactory.
MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY
Dept. X, 2007 So. 5th St.
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16 per ce:
32 per ce:
We have close prices
save you money. B<
But a rlst-egg in a hank, hat<
A nes& ---gg of dollars hatches
Set it to work hatching intreei
That's one part of the busine;
your nest-egg--on time deposil
The man with a savings accoui
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out many nickles and dimes.
as of this bank-paying interest on
it has an interest in life.
o ucreate that interest.