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COTTON REPORTI
Fourteen Million Bales of the
Present Crop Ginned Up to
-the Present Date
Washington, Jan. 9.-The
census bureau's eighth cotton
ginning report, issued today at
10 o'clock, and showing the
number of running bales, count
ing rq'und as half bales, of cot
ton of the growth of 1911, ginned
prior to January 11, with com
parative statistics for last year
and other years, is as follows:
HOE
T HUF
First day of th
sale, at 3 p. n
we will sell 34
in. Percales wort
10 to 12 1-2c ft
TEN YD. LIMI
greatest arrays o
Positively e'
radical reduction
E. J.His
guarentee td
<of die event, and
For full
now be
-tiagnificei
broidery SaI
contains V Ut
worth up to 50<
a yd. While th
a lot lasts it goes i
v
United States -.143,332,756 1
bales, compared with 11,084,515
bales last year, when 95.8 per
cent. of the entire crop was
ginned prior to January 1: 12,
465,298 bales in 1908. when 95.3
per cent. was ginne d, and 11,
741,039 bales in 1906, when 90.4
per cent. was ginned.
Round bales included were 96
228, compared w t h 109,292 bales
last year, 143,949 bales in 1909,
and 230,572 bales in 1908.
Sea island cotton bales includ
ed were 106.439, compared with
84,432 bales last year, 89,611 in
1909. and 86,528 bales in 1908.
ISEY
3BS=H
Greenvil
2SA Y,
J -HIS GREAT SA
is is an event lo
., lize the immie
This season n
rone of startling sign
I munity. For the pa
for this remarkable
T_ store during this Te
underpriced merchand
rerything in this big sto
it has been our pleasur(
ey, the Loom End Mi
at the bargains will be
in addition he promises
particulars a
ng distributd
Remnen
Sale
t o i~
jBS-in
GR E E
neys, the negroes prayed for thel
soul of the dead man, paying no
atte:ntion to the fremen.
It required only a few nin
utes to cotrol the blaze, and as
the tiremen were piling on their
wagons, to return to fire head
quarters. the negroes slowly
filed out of the church, the pall
bearers bearing the bier of their
dead brother.
"Why do you look so down
hearted this morning? Thought
Iou made a thousand in Wall
street yesterday?
"I did, but my wife lost two
;eus and at bridge."
MOU
:RSOt
3arOlina
8, 9:30
at this store, and
Speople who rea- Fii
makes possible. sal]
~red to make this "*
sal
it folk of this corn- ste
Shas been planning 10
~ou come to this Fo
I see one of the T
Piedmont country.
d marked in plain figur
ruout the entire sale,
ure his ten minutes' spx
never attempted before
Fewr Page C
nuty . .
this
~th I
.'S.C.
ield Funeral as House Burned
Macon, Ga.-While a good
ized congregation of negroes
were assisting in performin: the
last rites over the body of a ne
Tro man at the Fulton Baptist
:hurch, Hazel and Third streets
yesterday afternoon, the roof
>verhead was burning briskly.
The fire, which was fanned
by a brisk wind, did not annoy
the negroes in the church at a:l.
and the funeral services went on
uninterrupted.
The fire department arrived,
on the scene as quickly as possi
ble, and they tore away shin.
gles and beat down brick chim-1
FA
ENDE
lie, South 4
: BEGINS:
SJA N. II
LE is an annual event
ked forward to by th4
sity of the savings it
efforts have been spi
ficance to the provider
st thirty days this stor4
endeavor, and when y
n Days' Event, you wil
ise ever offered in the
re will be displayed an
to quote in many a d&
m, will be in charge ti
gigantic. He will feal
many unique features
ead our Big
~d in the cuei
ber tha
irsday, 1l
at 9.30
~NVI LLE
She-My father made a for
tune before he was 40. Would
you like to know how he did it? .
He-No, but I'd like to know h
if he still has it. st
All persons indebted to Me
will please call and settle by 1, hi
and relieve ie of collecting.
R. B. Waldrop
He--There are a thousand to
Stars looking down upon you to
nght. n
She--TIv my bat on straight.
DR. R. E. INGOLD a
Dentist
Liberty, S. C.
?S*.Lcp a; ('111 evey WadOs8wg
t
te
CO
a
to g
i1
.A(
A.M.
s.
st day of this
e, at9:30a.n,
will place on
e a large lot of
pie Calicoes. .ch
yds25c
~N YD. LIMIT
es at the mosta
which fact is a
cials every day
in a retail store
I. 4
re will sell
-inch wide
eaching soft
iish, very
rong. 10 yds
~YO1
Good Advice.
When you marry a man. love
After you marry a manI,
idy himui.
If he is generous, appreciate
M.
When he is sad, cheer him.
When he is talkative, listen
him.
When he is quarrelsome, ig
>re him.
If he is confidential, encour
e him.
If he is secretive, trust him.
If he is noble, praise him.
If he is jealous, cure him.
If he cares aught for pleasurt
Oax him.
If he does you a favor, than
a.
Let him think how well you
iderstand himi.
But-never let him knew you
anage hkim.-Anonymous.
May-A **ek in time savea
e.
Way-Yes; but you don't want
save many, you don't got a
w dress.
Aee at final Settlement and
Discharge.
'em. ies ee y I wVi
ko iM 10 J. B. Newberry,
.JU of Pobees hr PiekeMs ooua
be et 6ve O una, @ea t
fry et FIebreey 38 at 11 &oleck
gm herences or as soon
reafte a, s=id application ca be
rd, for leave to MAke final seWOZment
be estte of X. A. Keth deceased
ebtdmt dscharge as admrt of said
1ee. W. C, 1eish,
Admiistrator.
ties of Irinal Setlement and
Disharge.
0OT" is hlay givsa *hAt I Wil
e eIaen to J. -B. Newberry
J0- at Probate for Picken
st, State of .South Carolina,
&0 31 day t Ja. 1211, at 11 o'lock
he foremen, or arsoon therestber as
apli a en be heard, for leave
,ake fUel astulement of the estaas
IM. Mffler deceased, and obtain dis
rp as admrt. of aid estato.
E. D. Miller,
iweet Georgia Farm and P.e
een Lands for Sale.
r Mse e desired. Our lands are for
uEs roesles are satisfaotery. Farmers are
I this way to got on Ibo ground ieor
p for illestated bookie: to-day.
ee-Peade Deafly Ceampany,
NOTICE
ke county board has extend
he payment of the comir.
on road tax for 1912to March
As the law now stands,
ye trustees are not exempt.
i oard desires that all may
to an eeort to pay this tax
ire *he extended time is out.
James B. Craig,
Supervisor.
i Wen't Get "Stuck''
yOn ,u exk" to us. ur bu-ines' a t.
me.- od not - ste" y. When 7:e Affer
is of All
scriptlons
s make a bold 'eid for yeur trade. b'y effer
g ian best seetion we eeuld get of
PIYS, IRLT PI~s.
L PINS, STICK FINS,
markable IE beau ', Variety and leWRes ef
ee. Juy some.
H. SNIDER
...1 y, at C
The Kind You Have Always 3eugkt, and
in us for QOvr 30 years, ha ber=e l
and has bca M"d
se"a sspervision s
AU~ IL *a 104
Al C ounterfelts, Imitations and "Just-as
Expertaicats that tuel with and eadag
Infants and (nlldrea-zpwiemee aSan
What is CAST(
Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Us
gerie, Drops and Seothing Syrups. It A
eentains neither Opium, Morphine nor
substanee. Its ago Is its guarantee. It 4
and allaqs reverishness. It eures Dsir:
Cole. It relieves Teething Troubles, er
and Flatileaeq. It asalminftes the Fe
Stemach and Bowels, giving healthy ans
'The Cdldren's Panasea-The Mother's
CENUINE CASTORIA
Bears the Signature a
The Kdl loll Ham a
In Use-For Over 30'
TUC OCUTAUR OCU153T. T ??kA SMuamay BmW 4
Phone
FOR THAT KEG OF
HOT T
THE DRINK THAT REAGHE
Pickens Bottiing
R. L. Davis Prepriet4
FROST FIQOF CADBAGE]
GUARAN4TEED TO SATBSFY C1
Estab~shedISOS. Paid aepta1stek$
asetsell for me most money'.
*We sowthreestons of agSeedy sae
lruisseces nnainaentsa. Write ffres aleg ma
Win. c. Geraty Co.,BDox 27, Yonges I
A I~TJ~ above every
9AHappy and F
M perous New I
Then I want to remind
that I will still be doing
niess at the "old stand" da
1 912 with everything ne
in DRY GOODS to
home comfortable and hi
The iowest prices and
teous attention shal aiwa
given my customers.
n A. K. PA RI
West End Greeni
There is a diferenee betweei
- growing and forestry
yet most of the directions for fruit growig a
for producing rapid wood growth only.
.This means coming into bearing Jate and irregi
account of lack of enough available -mineral plant
crop of fruit and to set strong fruit buds in the same
TPOTASI
anua aplcation of tmenear seu bein
pounds Muriate of Potash and 100 to 200 peunds o
phosphate or basic slag per acre.
Psrevea the Savo shippn quality
Writ es fo otsh rces and for free I
GERMAN KAUI WORKS, I.
Wick has been
Lo signature of
xunder his per.
LAce its Infancy.
sive yeuin tis.
-good"are but
or the health of
st Bxperment
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itor O, Pare
a --Arnt.
other Earcotic
Lestrop Worms
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