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hnm 4f 2-A yery earnest US
to t 6rmer to grpw tnorq food Vol
st and give the natisn weas mlide dil
. kottowe WanUamqer, p'resi4 he
of the Amerieaw Cotton"Asetl- bei
4yesterday In an address delivered me
i p barbecue given by members of fai
-Richland county branch of the the
.eican Cotton association living in of
n9,1 districts Nos. 9 and 10. The
ecue wa "Iven In the sandhills W,
Eatover ayad was very largely coi
We have this space an
ty free of charge, to be us<
Send all requests to C.
Manning, S. C.
Don't fail to plant a a
H. B. Richardson, Sul
Yearling, $60.00 very be
One six months old Regis
Bull Calf, $50.00. One
Herford BUll Yearling,
P. A. Fann, Alcolu-L
Calf not registered, six
J. M. Windham, Manni
gentle work, saddle and
at very reasonable price.
. For Sale-N. L. DuRE
S. C., has one young Dur
five pigs four weeks old
$50.00. Not registered I
I have several calls for
HIS Case 10-18 Kerosene
T noted for its Simplicity, A<
Flexibility sind Durability. A
one can operate and care for this
Every part is easily faccessible.
not Waste your time in getting at
frransmission housing, differential
in~g, clutch, crank case, every wo
ican be reached for inspecting oi
~wthout trouble or loss of time.
This Case 10-18 Las mall and icC
sean be taken almost everywhere.
$adis is about 11 feet
It has a one-piece mn
frame. So there is no
tacking nor vibration
none of the twisting '
which is so destructive.
1r.- Wannamaker who as the only t
koker, was. 'introduced by R C. g
mer, president. of the R191 g
tiity bratich of the South Ca~Iin v
isiowi of the Atnerican Cottori - A'S
lation and made what many whq g
tid 'hIM declare to haVe be6n 'thb g
t speech they have ever heard him 1
ke. It was a strong plea to the @
mer to do his part towaids tiding t
country: over the present period d
'The history of the world," said Mr.
nnamaker, "Has been that when a. d
intry neglqts its productiori end, e
rnk & Ti
'he Bank That Serves
I are offerikv it to the Farm
kd as a nt adim for articles th
A. McFaddin, Agent Home
mall acreage of Peanuts al
nmerton, S. Paul Floyd,
Bull Calf exchange Regi
st breeding. boar of differer
tered Jersey -
Registered N. L. DuRaz
)75.00. red bushels go<
rersey Bull per bushel.
mofiths old W. E. Danieli
Jersey boar pig
ng-A No. 1 old $20.00 to $2
buggy horse sidered. These
nt, Alcolu, For Sale-J.
oct Aow it Four year old ]
oc sow with ngoidvi
for sale for,ing, good mdivi
out they are Wanted 50 b
good milk cows, if you hav
Tractor i Ivse this permi
es ~lty. All gearesre ic~
This tractor eas
You need4 8 inches deep. It:!
th pm ?or all kinds of fit
gear hous.' It also Is a woi
E~kng path keadily drive a 4
adjusting equipped, a No.
mpact. Ii you buy, Investiga
Ets turning all its superloritici
ge iseatoastris exist
N We 'have to paYO more
antion, however, to agriculture In I
teat coditry if we prevent fi
orgj i.ptk There are milffni
*ple' tobe fed. Their food', V
phe fmroW the farms. There i
rent1t qhortage in foodstuffs.
oshortage'is threatening our couV
[ow, as never before we should
o to work determined to reli
ils shortage. If we do not ruin
ecay stares us in the face..
Lies in Hands of Farmers
"The solution, of the situation
ay lies in the hands of the far:1
Ilothes are necessary, but food w
ers of Clarendon coun
at you may want to sell
Bank & Trust Co.
d Potatoes, this is. im
stered Duroc Jersey
Lt, Alcolu-One hund
>d sound corn at $2.00
3, Alcolu, S. C.-Duroc
s three to four months
5.00, age and size con
are extra good pigs.
H. Hodge, Alcolu,
3ull of Gurnsey breed
:ual in splendid shape.
aby chicks, of any
e one for sale list her
tg use sof all spur gear.
ut steel, enclosed, and run
Ily handles two plows 7 or
'as plenty of reserve power.
~ld work it is unequaled.
der for belt work. It will
3ase 20x28 thresher, fully
2 Case silo filler, or other
ig similar powpr.' Before
to this better tractor. Not'
Monniq. S. C
To the following we Y
_ THE 'HOMEC
Cadillac, Kissel Kar, Nash....
Chalmers, f ole, Haynes, Hudson
Buick, Chandler, Columbia, Davii
Booth, and Ford --- ---
Chevrolet, Grant, Liberty, Saxon,
ACREAGE INVESTMENT IN,
The F. N. Wilsor
G. T. FLOYD, Manager
come first. I appeal to you as pa- ers as to t
triotic South Carolinians people of received fo
my state-and it is the greatest state paid on the
in the union. I love every rock and grade of co
hill in it-to do your part in this from $2 to
rather oritical situation. Grow more one and an
foodstuffs that we may continue to sold for co
live in a land of happiness and sun- of three-qu
shine." This meanm
Mr. Wannamaker complimented the been gettin
people of school districts Nos. 9 and It is clear
10 for the splendid manner in which can not so
they have rallied to the support of the through th
American Cotton association. He told ciation he
them that the association was making marketing
progress and predicted that the time class techni
was coming when the spinners of Newv staple his<
England would be coming to the South market for
begging the farmers for their cotton. M1r. Wani
Hie declared that too long the farmer of condlitioi
had been forced to beg the spinners South folio'
to take his cotton. The tables are and1( his vo
going to be reversed, that the de
"For 60 years," said Mr. Wanna- were closedl
maker, "wve have trodl the wvine plress- years of ag
Trhe law of equal opportunity is now of cotton.
kn-ocking at our dloor. Under the or- and wvould l
granization of the American Cotton again. The
Association the door wvill be0 opened; monopoly c
the South will come into its own and will see toi
will be the nma in contributing factor it wh:oh w
im the upJbuilding of a greater nation." decemalty, to
TPhe farmers of Richland Aun ty l'v o~
wer~e urgedl by the specaker to arrange c'hurches mi
':> organiiize~ a marketing association lie.
and to securec a gradler. lie said that h(
other counties had done this and the lhho farn
farmers hadl savedl lots . m nons'y. Ar-J ni h
rangem ents h-v bieen perfected b~y ndth
the American Cotton association and
the depa; anient of agriculture to U UU
secure a gradler for every county that
wishes one,. fEIi~t. I
On Terms ofEuaiy
'"The p'rod ucer who sells costtoni,"
jH Mr;. Wa~nniamaker, ''should be
. laced on terms of equality in every Ti
r(espect with the buyer who puLrchlases o p pr
it. Thliis inicludles more than at first
sight miight aplpear. Among other *F
things, the prodlucer should have equal11 now
information with the buyer, the law impro
affecting the buying, andl selling of tenian
coitt on should 1be poisedl in equal ijus- lcli
tiCe bewe the p~rodlucer and1( the loai
buyer. Commercial machinery wvhich ae
in anyV way affects the marketing of (ash,
cotton)3 shiould be so regula ted as to B per
give the buyer and sellecr an3 equail H us to
chance. The producer should have
the benefit of organization to the
same extent as the buyer. Inivestiga- II a
tion by the department of agriculture f
in primary cotton markets has showvn
some very interesting results. Thou
(1n00s of samples have been1 classified
andl information obtained from farm-.. U?$~tU
ish to call special atten
11 Wi4ten In
7% Maximum amou
. 5% Maximum amou
. 4% Maximum amou
3, Dodge, Page, Maxwel
URANCE with which
articulars Call at
he prices which they have the
r their cotton. The prices per
same market on the same
tton in the same day varied
$15 a bale and cotton of
eighth length of staple has
isiderable less than cotton N
irter length of staple. o
that the farmer has not Yor
g the value of his cotton. roa
that the individual farmer rec
ve the trouble along; rig
e American Cotton asso-dir
can form cooperativeRc
associations, employ high pro'
cal men who can class arndha
otton and secure the best
the same." todaC
iamaker touchingly told
is which prevailed in the
ving the Confederate wvar, I
ice broke as he declared lH
ors of the school house By.
to him when he was 15 Wv
e because of the low price "l
lHe said that thiis should lih
Iever happen in the South TI'
South, he said, has a m1on
n cotton and the farmers 11"(
t that the'y get a price~ for $
II he enable themr to li e ha te
educa te their chiild ren. 'ith
road s g.ood schoos 00 oodi0 hiere
1(d enjoy the comiforts of h
ers and hluiniess miei t
tricts N'os. 9 andii 10 have'
sichland coutyt brh~iI of
ia Ianrd, 65 per cent,.
omder cultivation, with
vemrentIs such as ba~rrn.
houses, etc., in goo
ics, at only $25 an
Terms, $3i pe r a cri.
hialance in 22 years at
ient iterest,. Wr ite
auy for fuill particulars. -
Tolinla Real Esta
CLARK BUILDING, (
)r Wagner Rteal Estateind Gnar
nt .... --.--$150.00
Int - .- . - 35.00
New Rates I
II, Stephens, Scripps- I
-- ------ ----- 1.15
we fight the ]BOLL
MANNING, S. C.
American Cotton association 100
w York, May 24.-The application
1,4400 stockholders of the New
, New Haven and Hartford Rail
I for the appointment of a limited
iver to prosecute the corporations
t of action against the board of
etors, formerly headed by William
<efeller, for the restitution of ap
imately $150,000,000 allegedl to
been wasted by the board in
'oper -purchases, was dlenied late
y by Federal Judge Mack.
STATE OF SOUI'TH CAROLINA
County of (Clarendon
J. M. Windhamn, Probate .Judge:
hereas, Ella H uter made suit to
to grant her Letters of Adminis
ion of the Estate and effects of
ies~e are, therefore, to cite alnd all
ish all1 and s ingular the Kindred
Cred it or of the sa Id Robert
ter (eceased, that thovy be andI ap
hebefore me. in the (Court. of Pro
. tohbelhtbi at Alri- on the
Iya of .Ju ne next, afIter pullic at ion
of, at II o'clock in thll forenoon.
low cause, if any they have, why
id Ad~lmistrat11ion shoutld not be
Only $3.00 Acre
C.ash ; IBalance 22
Years at 64
te & Trust Co.
OLJUMBIIA, 8. C.
antee Co., Wagner, . C.