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rent K d Are to
Cota ica, it Is
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a n M. Chap
n Museum of Nat
ew York city, and
leader of a number of
.n expeditions gave some
.ng information concerning
American bird life.
sta' Rica, he said, is about the
size as West Virginia, but over
Species of land birds have been
I in that little Central Ameri
republic whereas in all Ameri
eco-Light k Carrying
. forts and Convenienc
a City Into Farm H
is furnishing bright clean electri;
,t' the house and barn-doing
'-y, dangerous kerosene lam
viding power to pump wal
Ile a modern bath and the
ig water throughout the h
-ating the washing machin
arator, the vacuum clear
the fanning mill, and
.Volutionizing farm life-a
,,,e it is saving so much in time
-c is actually paying for itself.
Cker 100,000 satisfied users I
'orld are the visible evidence
dership In the Farm Light ar
There's a Satisfied User ni
- M. BRADLEI
Sumter, S. C,
H~1-arvey is the choice' ol
H arvey carriel thirty
Harve'y is the wage eai
Harvey is always wVorl.
H-arvey is a1 (capabile pr
H-arvey is ('n(clr((l by
I-ariveyj is at livocal i ng
Harvey is pubhIlic spirnit
Iharvey is forI harnmonl
H-a rvey is knfown ant11(
Ha rvey h1as eonclu et u I
H Jarvey is pr1esicl(ent of
Harvey isexp sien
HIarvey is e'x-pr)esi~lenI
Ha.~.rv is higth oIflicer'
[Hariv'ey is a man of el
Harve <~lrew(1 nofl f-ie
ca north of Mqxico only some 500
species are known.
The figures give us some concep
tion of the wealth of South American
bird life and, when we enter the An
dean region, where mountains with
their feet in the tropics fear their
heads far' above the liniits of per
petual snow, the resulting abrupt
climate changes due to altitude bring
within an even smaller area a larger
nuniber of birds than has been re
corded from Costa Rica. In Andean
Colombia, for example the museum
Iexpeditions actually secured specimens
of over 1150 species of Ind birds or
more than twice as many as exist
in the United States, Canada and
This teeming bird population is
due, not only to highly diversified
and favorable eliminatic conditions but
also to the fact that in tropical South
America birds are practically non
es of the
: light through.
away with the
p and lantern.
:er, t' us makind
ouse and barns
e, the churn and
ter, the milking
nd at the same
and labor that
id Power field.
ix out of forPty-si x oulnties.
LIing~ in the first prim'lary.
ing for good l roads.
/ the farmers.
b etter i schools.
r(espectedI in "very cout1nty.
th n~lterpr lise 8anlk.
of the Charllestonl Cham ber
of the S. C. State Ban]ker
ini So'ial, l'I aernal and~ Paat
neQ-(ntIh of the states faxes a.
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migratory. They are, therefore, con.
tinuously subjected to the influences
of their surroundings and do not
mix with birds from other localities;
two factors of the utmost importance
in the evolution of species:
But the richness of South Ameri
can bird life is due to the presence
of the Andes more than to any other
one thing; and it is the absence of
great mountain chains in Africa which
accounts for the comparatively small
numbers of species of birds in that
continent. From base to summit,
four di3tinct zones of life-tropical,
subtropical ,temperate and alpine-are
found in the higher Andes, and each
zone has species which are confined
to it. So sharply are these zones
defined that, where the slope is steep,
one may pass from zone to another
on foot in les ethan ten minutes and,
at the same time, find an almost en
tirely different set of birds.
Belte - Only Lne
- Place to Oil -Long.
Rane on Kerosene
Did you ever stop to ti
can save by painting you
our place and let us tell y
Everybody wants a ne
and when your car begin,
to trade it in for a new o
Now, Mr. Automobile 4
you the price of a new
because we know how to "
---that's our business.
The saying is: "Experi
---that's us all over, Mabel.
perience. Therefore, we
on every job.
Drive in your old car a
for a while and then you <
Brockinton's Old Stand.
Such changes are impossible at sea- ITO RENEW PROBE
level. One may go from the tropica OF G.
upper Amazon thme thousand miles --
to its mouth and find less difference gation of Presidential
in the general bird population than penditures will be res
one will encounter in a altitude of morrow with E. I-. ?
three thousand feet in the Andes. representative of Gove
It is not only the height of the Cox called as the ch
Andes which affects birds life. In fore the Senate subc
places for hundreds of miles, this gi- it reconvenes after a
gantic range may appear as two or Mr. More, manager
three chains each not less than ten Cox's pre-convention c
or eleven thousand feet in height, andsethrlatTuda
these climatic walls are as impassa-cricPedntano
ble to the species livinre in the trop- ~hc eanucd'
ical or subtropical valleys they en--Rpbia edr a
close as though they extendled to theththehadvie
z.enith. Isolation s therefore added pa hc ol u
to the factors of elmate and sedlen- $60000frteci
tarness n the makng of the spe.-1hspaGvro
ces, and1 the three comhned have cmag pehs
prodluced a greater varely of hrd "om11 nIWI I
Ife than s found n any area ofM. liroth onc
similar extent in the world. This______________
circumstance alone would mage the
Ande regon epecilly ttrativ tio n of__Presidential
lance tha theCaboudinlelifais the ch
fact that mchreftthesSifathessubi
(le~tly lienit reconvinnesmaftert i e<
recent ears. TerMris.therefoeanfarr
gi'eaterpossi hl iCty'fs(let-comnventiothe<
causes whichiohehn tnenouncid an
thro in oneeheublncanlleadersr oah
whee eoltio ha, s i wee, her t the ha de i
I s tis ossbilty hicpha ano whic woullr
'lucod he A mric$n6,000,000 foro it. al cn
icuilar rM. Blairtooitshiedolife. A
naturals, butar ow ivn mes s imo r-'f
Ianrcetions aondin latafr( is thena1
fact1 nth ern par of thlfe Chas i- "nd"
dentlylbitin evove n r (I shopratierys
reaet yrs. Ther iaiiasn thrdsore.a
cauisoiiis ich l ioershe oo originOand
dIistrib io 700 pag e 1 i s t aI region
then in on hret il nolmat.' ie or iosh
l'Vr i e lnime n t chanis '. ehave.
turred tm recenltil eo log t imes, and
where PI vou i n a a i t wert htn
II it.ila s thise t il ch he ain
vey ofi the ynen rion17 wvih paIOr
icu refeenc t i ts bird11 li - cfellAs
a rel'nt ieoif theillechor II.s a n liehl nd
sies madeg duringl the p~ast nine
iink how much you
r car? Just drive in
Du how its done.
w car, that's nature,,
to look old you want
re-that costs money.
)wner, we can save
car. How? Simply I
Make Old Cars New"
ence makes perfect"
We've had the ex
nd leave it with us
:an drive out a new
MANNING, S. C.
ham, Republican national treasurer,
0. 1'. FUNDS Following Governor Cox's statement
concerning it, Mr. Upham declared
natorial investi "form 101" never had been put into
campaign ex- effect.
umed here to- Mr. Moore has announced he is pre
loore. personal pared to furnish the committee facts,
raor .Tanes M. and not merely supply leads although
ef witness be- he said he would also furnish plenty
omi~tte Whefl of the latter in the form of names
ur-day recess- of men who "could give the most ac
'overnor curate details concerning the Republi
ampaign, was can fund raising plans."
r by the Demo-__ __
upoetat LIQUOR IS CONFISCATED
openly boasted Miami, F'la., Sept. 7.--Approximately
a fund raising 150 bottles of intoxicating lhquors of
g in at least various brands were confiscated in
paign fund." three raidls by federal prohibition oml
Do dleclared in cers here on Labor Day. Two of the
is known as alleged boot leggerd were bound over
vised b~y Harry to the next term of the United States
f Fredl W. Up- court.
rLI.d. RESS a'.!:
o equal for porch con
ion. It seems to be pret
y demonstrated that for
~, porch columns, steps
'ails, the rot-resistant
:y of "TheWood Eter
gives it unequaled in
en? st'~ue for this class of
a Cypress. Manufacturers' Ass
~7 fleard N atIional think Iluilding
.1 acksontvile F c. la.
TR" A ER CYS BID N FI IB
ASSOClATION'S RECISTER ED TRA E- MARK.
IF IN DOUBT, WRITID UB.
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