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FOR iJU'i'ERt CONTrEST
flutter Contest is to legin iII the
Court Ilouse- April 17.
Miss Iaisy larris, Ilomni Deion
stration Agent, annouinces that the
butter contest previously announced,
will begin April 17. Butter will be
judged by specialists front the ixten
sion Departnent on the following
dates: April 17, May 1, 13 and 29. The
judging will be done at the Court
House from 11 to 1 o'clock. After be
Ing judged, the butter will be return
ed to the owners, or sold for them.
Pounds and half pounds of butter will
be accopted. The bitter will be scored
as follows: flavor 1.. body 25, color 15,
salt 10. pav age 5, total 100.
Those desiring to enter the contest
shotil( send their name at once to
1iss larris. Uutter eartons, butter
part, al(d ilore d(einite instructions
will be sent if desired.
I rizes .ill be given for the best av
erage pod101111 of buttier entered, not to
be enitered less than three t lines dur
ing thi contest, a.< follw.;: !1.;t prize
$10.00; seconid prize $7.00. iPor the
best single pound of butter entered
during the contest a first prize of
$5.O) will be given, and a second prize
The money for the prizes in the
contest was given by the followIg
grocery stores: J. C. Shell & Co.,
John A. Franks. Kennedy 1ros.,
\Phiney-Mart-in. Owings & wling's,
L. N. Owens, J. M. Philpot and A. L.
. ml40ir h Mr.
.Int I" t(uest Ion if I Iunt's siie '
fai. i t t ie'ment of rcemn
e ter, Rm iwormiItebl, rt.
Dol-, t heromnw di-couirag;:d be
cause othier treatments foiled
dre 1s of such cases. You can't '
loe on our funey Back
Guarn ftee. Try it at our riec
EODA'Y Price 7Sc at
Laurens )rug co., Laurens, S. C.
Ship your Hides to
me. I also buy Scrap
Iron and other metals.
Also Beeswax. Ask for
prices. We will quote
prices on application.
Greenwood. S. C.
When the body begins to stiffen
and movement becomes painful it
is usually an indication that the
kidneys are out of order. Keep
these organs healthy by taking
The world's standard remedy for kidney,
liver, bladder and uric acid troubles.
Famous since 1696. Take regularly and
keep in good health. In three sizes, all
druggists. Guaranteed as reprosouted.
Look for the narne Cold Medal on overy boxi
and accept no 6waItaUem
The next time
you buy calomel
The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are
nausealess, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain
ed and improved. Sold
only in sea led packages.
We are iproud of RED) DIA
MONDJ 00FF'EE. We know it is
a really goodi, puire, clean coffee
of the finest body and flavor.
Our patrons know there is nohio
Many~ were found. More than 150 m
hours until the~ barracks anid an a'ljo
PRE.IC.S ADAN E
IN COTT~lON PiICE
Wainnaker Sees. Bright Futuitre for
B"ihe produrs a learning the
marketing end of production 1n it
wourd seem11 that thery are aipt schol
ars," says J. Skottowe Wannamaker,
president of the American Cotton as
".Man- of $hem are accepting the op
poruiliity c lereI(l them to sell theiri
o? Itor, for Ot ohiet and )ecember de
livery at a price far above what. they
can buy October and December cot
toll oil i texclanges. This oppor'
tunity has been eiTcred from lti1opeal
sourceS. I'.urope ik illtensely uieasy
overi the :Iw cotion situation.
"Rtealizing- the enlail mous increase In
the Ol iremniLt of raw cottoll to fill
tIh iOiessiing Joiua n ds for thw iann
facturied product at, 01norm111ou1s profits,
the shrewd i'uropean trader has de
cided that a stitch in time ' saves nine,
lelice he is covering his waits by
paying to the Amorican producer -a
prie enormously above October and
December qiotations tle prodllie'r to
assu1re himself of the absolute certain
ty of a handsome profit. immediately
u-pon selling to his Eluropean cousin,
puirchases the same amiottut of cotton
for October' or Deceiber delivery up
on the New York exchange and these
transactions are now' making these
sales, but in addition certain export
ers are making large conunents. One
of the leading exporters of the South
makes the following comment:
"Myself and friends last season
sold all enormous amount of long
staple cotton at arounId '10 cents per
pound and failed to hedge It and as a
result we reped a loss that "was enor"
mlouls. The opportuiIty (Iffers 'today
diff'er'ent froim anyth'illnlg I hiave ex pCii
enicedl inl theC last 35 yearis. Therie i's
n1o qu~estion)1, butt thlat it offers~ saf'
sound bu1sinless and th e absolute14 cer-.
taint y of' enlormI)ous p rofits. I'nlder' no
conditions w~ouild I se'll a hale (of cot
tonl today without 1immedi11at ely retbuy,
ing It on theC exchlange', we are facing~
a (1normoust1 demand for r'aw~ cot ton
IandI a mnarkled and1 almost 'omle(t(
chianige in tile ('otton lindustry and
there is no0 question, but that asa
resul t of the sales that have alrad
been madle and tile dlemandl for raw
Cotton for fall deliv'ery andl the sales
of the same and the repuriichinllg 0f
the0 same onI the exchange, a start ling
bullish effet willl be had on sprIces thit
fall, We are facIng thme absolute im
possibllity of producing a lar'ge croi
inl 1920. T1he season is star'ting fr'oni
flye to six weeks late and there Isa
great scarcity of labol' and shortage
in planting seed; tile absolute cer
tainfy, wIth favorable seasons of only
a normal crop -andc with utdvtlrse sea
sons the certainty of an extremely
short CrOl) andl under' thlese condition:
the actual cotton bought on tile New
York exchange undler these contract:
is boulnd to show a handsome -pr'ofh
tis fall, as future cotton Is fat' below
a parIty witih splots, and as a r'esult o1
tile conditions nlamedi 98 chances otl
of 100 futures tis fall wIll show'
ilg premium over nine chances ovel
spots, It Is my candid judgment thal
spot cotton will beC called for on tiles'
contracts whenf tihey mature this fail
One .thing is absolutely certain, baset
up lon supply andl diemand andc thle pi'ic<
of tho manufactured product and thl
cost (If producIng cotton under exist
ing conditions we are facIng the ccor
tainty of fal' higher pices fot' spo0
cottoin tis fall thlan prevail today."
"It will not be0 possible even u~ndel
Ideal conditions to r'aise another larg<
c'otton cr'op ithis year' andI cotton wil
seli higher' thlan it hlaK since tihe Con
"Ulnder' -the leadei'ship of tile Amer.
lean 'Cotton association, suftileeni
war'ehouses are bleing constructedh ir
every rcntton nprdurcing-cnunty nn
I BOMBS IN IRISH. POLICE BARRACKS
Inls of thle Unillytrain polleu Lwtrracks, counity Monaghan, Ireland, for bomibs
suked andi armied SMnn Feiners attacked thle police barracks and fought for thre4
InIng grocery store had been blown up and the police had surrendered.
parish in the belt to warehouse theTwSpeddRls
cotton .produced therein. These 4are
houses will be locally owned and con- flesaitrso an ie o ~~
trolled and .the sale of the cotton willdw neftohmtosrehi,
be stretched over u period of 12 To ltl o iyo oayhn I
mionthis, only being sold when the vibthv oesnil ups
manufacturer will pay a fair price oim~ysiilnt'odltngit
for the samne, based upon supply and ls htsyt rdehayhn I
pThou shal not manfackee untootctan
ianso st an o rl e, for bob
drionw the nyleTo te Ro sere t
rce oThou shalt not say or do anything i
vain, but have some sensible purpos
feerons, oly beion so wh.in all thou shalt say or do, for the
a ate'ilfl(!community shall not hold him guilt
forthesam, ase 11)01 511)~lyitf~lless that sayeth or doeth anything ii
demand, the cost of production and the vain.-Wm. Butcher.
rice of the manufactured produilct.
"Necessity is the mother of inven- r
tion and the greatest of all teachers.
)uring the world war it taight the
prolucer tse necessity of or'ganiztatiou /4
and safe farming, raising food and se
feed cros, with cotton as a srlx. ta y
The result will bring great benefits to
the producer andu te consumer, will
been selling cotton by chalk marks oni ~ A O9
the bioardc~ at 600 to 800 rpoinits below' F:ilvs~lr*laeIsm
G o c .ng.Sts geon. Aodvuigr
the price of raw cotton. It twould be eigndlttenoyierseus b
just as feasible for the manipulator to
sell bananas produced in the Klon- ETtI~teetee~ eso hu
dyke. In fact, it would prove far less sadwodf1beetd.ostel ur
inljurlious to legitimlate lines of indus0- Qla e i o oa.o ilte
Fein. Stops iniesin,1urn re
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30x God' ca iglgor inh
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For Sate It does not
by have that bitter
taste found in so
, ings'& Owing. miuch coffee. You
should learn its
Hunter Bros. wonderful aroma
charm and ap
C. WV. 3Martin
r. K. Setzler
W_ the esi. Your
Peoples Co-Op. money baek Ii
erative Store unsatisfactary.
antages in Tires
oodyear is successful in building
alue into the Goodyeac~ Tires that
highest-priced motor cars, so is
suzccessful in supplying unusual
o~dye ar Tires for smaller cars.
.king of Goodyear Tires in the
3~ , -. nd 31x4-inch si::es have gone
van tag,.s of Goodyear experience,
Its of this unusual endeavor are
lilable to every owner of a Ford,
e, Dort, Maxwell, or any other car
the sizes mentioned.
a nearest Goodyear Service Station
>lace of business for these tires, and
Heavy Tourist Tubes. He carries
odyesar Heavy Tourist Tubes are tnick, strong tubes what
iforce casings properly. Why~ risk a good casing with a
ap tube? Goodyear Heavy Tourist Trubes cost little more
a tubes of k.s me~rit. 30 x3%/ size in water- $A50
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