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COTTON PitC0)L EMS
Farmers Should Sell Silple During
Twl(ve 1lllths of Year. Thinks Au.
confronti' tle cotton lro(cI(er is the
Il'k ssity of dumping hb IIIodl tion
onil e ma i :t0 ; o i ine and( thle
of." -arho sn and Ilnanvial op)
pof :w r-I n 1():l~ I!! i e p;o i h n
or th ft im loua:d
Th 'Cloveis e t sI aliew il of A. P".
!,(vor. conunIllissioneor (4, the( farmIl loanl
bea1. :1de tis morn1-1ing.
"Inder present con(dt ions," said
V'r. Leveri. " 1rae1lically all1 eoton -pro
duImI Ieaves (tie possess ionI of the pro
(Iucer in Septembi her. October. Noveii
heri adI Decenihet. The Ilarket is
gIlIItd. If all the eggs produced were
marketed in four 1i0oniths wolid not
tihe e:ig market fare in identical miian
ler. and wouldI't the price of eggs
(rop? The prouticer of cotton should
sell during 12 months-at -times when
the price of Cotton is highest. -lie can
do this if iwarehouses are built by
farniers aid bankers in cooperation.
The farmer can preserve his cotton
from weather damage-which usually
amounts to $75,000.000 per annum
andI hold it for a more advantageous
market simply 'by 'paying for the use
of tile warehouse andt his insurance
.ath'iun. Such cost would be mere
"Now, should the farmer, having put
his cotton in the warehouse and 'taken
recei-pt 'for samc-the staple having
been graded by e oprs of tlaqheart
ment of agriculture who are honest
mien--neel money all that he would he
required to do Is to submit his receipt
to any farm loan hank andI secure a
loan. Bankers have informed me that
advancing money on such wai rehouse
ieceijIts would ot Ie considered a
g rea, risk-and that 90 per cent of
the valute of the cotton Could he oh
ta'ied. I have never ligu red on more
than 75 per cent. '1ll the prinileilt
is the same. and tlie 1)0011 to the
farim er is apparent.
"The South shol ( besti' itself.
Some 'weeks ago 1 add ressed a meet
ing of farmers an1d hanlke'r iin Spar
tanlburg. They were so delightei with
Ihe -)pportunyl i as explainedl to them
that they immediately organized a cor
poration com1liosCd of bankhers and
farmers with a capital of $500.000.
Later $1:8,000 ill money was colloctedcl
an(1 the remainder -was giaranteed by
the bankers. Spartanhurg county will
build seven wareho'ses. I have been
Cardui, the woman's
tonic, helped Mrs. Wil
liam Eversole, of Hazel
she writes: "I had a
general breakiing-do wn
of my health. I was in
bed for weeks, unable to,
get up. I had such a
weakness and dizziness,
...and the pains wero
very severe. A friend
told me I had tried every
thing else, why not
Cardu?.. . I did, and
soon saw It was helping
me . .. After 12 bottles,
I am strong and well."
-The Woman's Tonic
Do you feel weak, diz
zy, worn-out? Is yotir
tack of good health, caused
from any of the comn
plaints so common to
women? Then why not
gIve Cardul a trial? It .
should surely do for you
what it ~lisone for so
many thom& ds of other
women who stlffered.-lt
shotild help you back to
Ask some lady friend
who has taken Cardul.
She will tell you how It
helped her. Try Cardul.
I. 6? IE
OPERA HOUSE FT
asked to aid in silmilar organizations
throughout the st-ate, but, of course I
can't spare the time froni my duties
in Washington. But the work is of
the greatest importance, and it should
be done, even 1i the farmers be re
tuired to do it on their own initiative."
Commissioner Lever was asked for
his opinion rogarding the scheme of
W. 1). G. Harding, governor of the
federal reserve board, a scheme for
the organization of farmers and bus
in ess mnivi of the South into the (,ot
[lon export corporation with sufficient
cLpital to setl 'to tEu rope on long
"I never opposed that scheme,"
said Mr. Lever, "It is all right. There
is danger, however, in the fact that
the farmers of lite country have
never considered the necessity of
paying the right man a handsome
salar1y. 'Thi'e famiers would have the
voting strength and it might happen
that they would l name a iian as head
of the corporation twhose brains could
he measured in a thimble, and think
that they were indulging iI charity
when they aigree to pay $2,500 per an
"The lea(l of the corporation
should he a man with a big brain
with an understan(ding of European
finance and polities, a man like Mr.
Iarding or Charles Schwa'h, deserv
ing a salary of from $25,000 to $40,
Jones, Sept. 27.--Rev. WI. iuz
hardt, of IlIodgoes, preached an excel -
lent se11011 here onl second 11Suinday.
Though soiewhat late we wish to
0ry i' of orIi school mat e anld life- long
lriend i, Wt. P.* II aris, of Gray ('ourt,
whoti recenit ly passed away. lIe was a
veery sneer'issful ptattr, ardtent pat riot,
eieman, affect innat i hiutsbandi and fai
1hl,' andl the bieieavi'd famiily' have our1
liendirest symnpat hy.
11er. Wood. pastor of the Iha pt
r uhh tait Ware Shoals. assisted by
lI ev. ite' uen . of Anuderson, has .i Ic;
cl osedl a veery suiccessful re viva limed -
Wei ixtendi iontgratultationis to .\lri.
las. ('ha!mtiers and .\lis.' Anni' lello
I -avindier' of W\arec Shoals who wr
torn to .\ir. and .\irs. (. L. Graiham,
ron 2:2nd intst. ai son1.
.\lissces (Gatel henchiami and V'iv.ianl
\tar'tin havei returined to) Lander Cot
We are inde br ed to Drms. 'Tow nes
Jones and .1. H. Workman for' a r'ecentI
-.\lIss I lor'tense Long, of 3Chera,
recently visi ted lier atunt,~ airs. W. If.
i. .f. lteniry Outta has thle contract
to 111 bid it cottIage for' i. S. E. Richey.
We hope cotton wilt c ontinue to adl
vance. The farmers should r'eceive
::'i cents or motre fotr the crop Is ver'y
short andI this is the most expensive
(rOt) ever' produtcedf.
We recently met the fotlowing
fr'iends: Johnntie Micee and( foster'
Seairight, of D~ue West; Eugene .1 ones,
of North Cairolina.; .las. tand David
Smith andI Car'l iWhar'ton, of Water
loo; R1ev. li. L,. Uframblette, of .leCor
mniek, and W. TI. Putnam, of Lauriens.
We ate indebted to the following
fri endts for' recent kind favotrs: Wim.
S1ligh, .has, I lndges, .[ns. M'l( ittickel,
.1 as. .tortes, Tlhos. Dattt ton, New toni flog
its, .1. 1'. aniid Varl1e MleNe'ely, W. .1
Ihilt, Niew~ton (aloten'. k. It. Sanderis,
'1;dden. 0. K. Allen, WV. T.X tidge, t~evi
Stonie, ('. .. (Creasoii, .las. TIimmions.
. ottn flafllew, W.X .\ .Lee, . A. ('r ant,
T. E. .\arler, M1. [f. Reeves, Ernieist
Vannadoire, WV. l. Algary, Rlobett
fosavin, hetin' 0'dnl andl All,.n At'mold.
UDAY THIS WEEK
WEEVIL RAPIDLY ADVANCING,
A0ctua1 Wcevil Line ham Advanced FIf.
te.nle InCe AuguS. 26th.
Clemson College, Sept. 29.--Sinlce
Att0ttat 2t!, the actual weevv! line has
advanced fifteen - miles, according to
reports of thle Crop 'Pest Commission.
The,( complarative Searcity of squares%
(which constitulte thle weevil's pre
ferred food) and thle favorable season
able conditions are tie causes of this
rapid migration, which will continue
Auntil the weavil is forced into winter
ruiartes oby cold weather between the
last of October and the middle of No
Vwiber. ast fall the .weevil was ae
tive into Decell mer because of the
unusually mild weather.
The attention of cotton seed ship
pers is directed particlarly to this
rapid weevil movement and the conse
qutent necessity that -thle Ci-op Pest
Com.mission change the holl weevil
line and te quarantine line frequenty
during tle next month.
.ust reteived, a car load of eedroom
Prniturin Oak, Mahogany and Wal
S. M. & i.-i. WIlKES & 'CO.
Warted the Odd One.
Julla s wtelilng her niother pael
her father's lun-ch and kept tensing for
a piece of braed and bulfer. Mother
was in a great hurry and told her to
run mnud play ; she idii't have thrle to
wlit on11 her. .o .tuiln coullited the
slies of irn'll on1 tile taile-there
vere five---Znd sahfl: "Mfother, give
me this one wIlliou t any partner."
Dot-I e Tongued.
I )'rI h 4i'hl to fe her nim'unt
nh u oob il ;I' wh I Iit v e As
Dcnrlfhv din't know her n111m14 andl
h' kow he' wor Id "stur" s
:: "Oh, :nu ii e, you knlow the little
girs that talk:s double."
Will Peel It Off!
Notlhing -on Earth Like Simple "(Jets.
It' for Corns or Cailluises.
A callus, or thickened skin on he
sole of the foot, which often makes
walking a misery is of the same na
ture as a corn. "Gets-It" removes it
as easily as It does the toughest corns.
Use "Gets4t" and Dance. Even --0h Cnensl
Dy using a few drops of "Gets-It" on
the callus, you will be ble to peel it
off with your fingers, one complete
piece just as y w ,banana peel.
It leaves the skifree/ and smooth as
t bough you never Nli a callus. You
need no more fuis.yj plasters, -tlcky
tape. "packagey" bandages, knives or
scissors for corns or callusos. "Gots
It" is the national corn remover, the
biggest on earth, used by millions. It
never fails. You'll work, play and
dance at ease inl spite of corns.
"Gets-it" the only sure. guaranteed,
mon1)ey-ack corn--romnnver', costs btt
a trifle at any drug store. M'f'd by
M.. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, Ill.
Sold in liaurens and recom m endied
as the world's best corn remedy by
IAurens Drug Co., Iowe Drug 'Co.,
i'ureka Drug Co., Put man's Drug
E~a bforethe war
RC a pajckage
c uring the war
6iKc a Package.
THE FLAVOR LASTS'
SO DOES THE. PRICE'
THE DE'SYRE OF A NAN TO FEEL AT EASE INA NE.,IVJAC.
ET IVAS T.-AKEN INTO COXSIDERATION BYj, THET, F"ASHIONj
PA RA DESIGNING"( ROOM.'S IN DEVELLOPING THE COPY
RIG"HT ED B-VNGSEEVEFEATU.1RA EEASY SHOULDE RS
A ND CONFOI A)TAB L E,, P0CK T-1kA O *0F THE MODE L SKETCHED.
IN E-XEICUTING T71E TROUSE RS,z AHMLITARY TYPE OFPOC
CU!STO.n SERVICE W///OKT
THE ANNOYANCE OF A TRY-O N
TAILORED AT FASHION PARK
The Mfan, a style book for 4lutumn, is ready for youj
WE AR I READY TO SHOIW THE STYLES DEVELOPED BY OIR TAILORS AT FASHION COPY
A Cash Department SILtore THD.
IN E'/!UYYN T~E 7W USE~S, ') ILIT RY YPE F PCKOWN"