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PimIU IMINARliY \NNOUNCE1ENT[
AG RIM'IlT'm, ilth CENSUS; 1920
Tiht Druetor (,f :the Censas ainnount
e:uC to corectionl the Iollow
ine tiinary fiturves from the Cen
zus l f Agr1iV11uler Ifor Clarenldon
Co ty, South Carolinai.
F: -os vnd C.arm1 mI1-reage, .Jan. 1,
k.21., .5, 05(s A p ll 1 15, 11. 10, 5,20'.. P M -
crte- 2 9.
F"1 ,11 o tw ited iy whit.e formers,
.Jan. 1, 192(0, 1,298. April 15, 1920,
S,8.N. Decrease 6.9.
Fat n1S opeorated by colored f:trmers,
.an. 1, 1920, 3,7611. April 15, 1910,
I ,'5. I )e treas-e 1. 1.
E.11 m1S operated by own'ters and
:Ianne rs, .tl . 1. 1920, 1,553. A pr.
15, 191). 1, :1.1. Decrease 15.6.
m plat edS 4)1) V1 by TIennts, .1n. 1,
1 .' :,505. A pril 15, 1910, 3,865. De
Ci e:tA' 9.3.
i~ ll farms, total acres .a .1,
P120, 2:15,5n9. A 1pri! 5, 1910, 255,9413.
Dccfr ase .8.
rIproved acres Jan. 1, 1920, 1 5,
('45. A pril 15, 1910, 145,030.
Fa avalue,-valule (f hld and11
hultdts- ,.Jan. 1, 19211n 81S,)9:,457.
A; ii 15 1,910, $7,815,2 12.
Incicase, 1910-2n---amant $111,278,
-ii\n ais r po-1 ri ed fm. 1a . 1 192n. ,
7i'-; Horises 2,:312; Mlules ;-,795; Cat
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Washington, July 1.-Improved con
ditions in the to'bacco trade were fore
cast today by T. M. Carrington, of
Richnionl, Va., president of the To
bacco Association of the United State
in a speech at the association's con
ventionl here. le declared that rapid
adjustments were taking place in all
commercial lines and that the result
Would be norial coniditiontz soon in the
ir. Carrington traced the dutll con
dition of the tobacco industry to an
over-supilply wh'li ich he said wa.i caused
by unsettled world affairs. Conclusion
of several great strikes throughout
the world would cause a greater de
mand for ra wtobacco, le declared.
Invitation of reparation payments by
Gerniany already had been felt in an
increasel dellmid le added.
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CAlIlNEI' AAY REMAIN
Madrid, .July 5.-In the course of
a conference with Senor Allendesala
zar late today, King Alfonso ex
pressed confidence that the premier,
who early in the dlay had presented
the resignation of his cabinet, would
be able to carry on the government,
ani( asked him to consider for 2.1
hours whether hc would be able to
reconstitute the ministry. The pre
mier consented to make a further ef
fort to reunite the dissenting group
in tlie cnbinet.
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WILL REVIl-W ('ACIMMS
Washington, July 4.--The coiposi
tion of the new shi pping board's claim
will 1 announced shortly a fter
Chairiman iLasker returns from Cli
cago 'Thursday. h'le( board will con
sist oft three persons and will review
Claims a;gainst the shipping boari ag
gregatIng between $400,000,000 and
$500,(000,000 growing out, of the con
struction and Operation dsputts an'
canelled(l cont racts.
It is also expected that Chairman
Lasker will place before the full
boaru this week his plan for re
organizIt ion of the division of oper
ation and vil lalso anniaoice the new
chiefs of operations.
VEISSE1 LI.TLE HURWT
Vinleyaird laven, Mass., .July 5.
Tht lritish sahooner \Vhiteway, hinm
l-r I adh-i, ahired near Viineyard
sou! igt tnly.Shec was damag],
it fas urni(erstmnII in a1 COllisionl last
i:-l:t (itl the Alinsoi n liner freiglit
r .lallabri,. Th. .alinta Ii f (f
.adh: repor11-tei th1e ollisionli by
til Is t ,i vt s \t.i I I his vessel ats
"t fiouly~ d&1111.1k . ('()ast ur
Ie wh, ;iltel the Wh1itewaiy at
ab . b A aid t 11 '' to Ier ai.sisttaem -
asM :-he dlispalayeda nt- distress sit'
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Zi01n HL., .JlulY 5. New York is- a
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b i ' i, : ardim toa the report of
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ilid rabl aor i' of ' aI .t sola . of
la fa uit a re1 lost i in ll he i prc s . f
itci , w ia(h a' d to a- >-' lto til
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uh a n hei aak n a f aa i e llii , ti t il,
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Loe i b th ilme cona.lnio.- aata V-as.
'al. Theidrier shoubtll a hae lad.ti
Iban a2 Wi F. whent fieah erie-s mt-e
bldl I aeva-a liste abovta tall, li chet
riaM t'specaially ar' te ta-aily inijured-a by
Rutb-My 3-Tlisml is ai plowerful anti -
pIIlitc. (ures infecfed ents, old sores, c
nning as Second-Class Matter.
10 per year in Advanco
NESDAY, JULY 6, 1921
tIe 9,522; Sheep 99; Swine 27,800;
Corn 1919, .13,557: 850,27G bushels.
Oats 1919, 8,100: I59,153 bushels.
Hay 1919, 13,5916: 10,072 tons.
Cotto n 1919, 62,758: 38,809 bales.
(lIEAP 11OUSE F-OR BACK YARID
It is iiot iecessar i'y to smeI much
mlioiley for housing if you are going to
keep a small flock of hens in your
back yard. Iilieed, ii is 1u wise, say
poultry specialists of the United
States Departm', of Agriculture.
One or two piano cases or a large
packing box miay often be made into
an acceptable home. But whatever
you huild should be made dry and free
from dr a ft.;, and have good venlila
tioi. The United States Department
of Ariculture ha: numerous bulletins
giviig directions for this kind of Con
struction, 1nd any of these are avail
abil for the asking, or for a very few
eelts where a charge i lceessary. A
earl to Cie Division of Public:tions,
United Stat es Depumcimet of Ag,,ri
CUltuIrL', WXash ilgton ). C., Will get
you whant you need.
)f the Reductions: t
W'. C. P~LO.WD N ,
' aii insict aieide i.' needed. Spiay
1 (eracks. it killIs and dlrives away '
i Jenee fro i (bi at .reatest of .II !!
iw as it is harl es~ls to4 Ihe skiii
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