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T "-4 I1,D I -N RULE IS
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Nash1*V Cor i-im I I ,. ivily I ,) j tt, I, hi
CoIleduo I I 1t ito the (coul () his
bulSine.S lHtC01ii ' V i OW 1111 t-lillllO-CS
Of the cou a~.actIuatedil*b tile
spirit of: tile (Idel1 RuI 0e, agreedh to
suRrrendler thei 1r Jobs for a mlonth,
eitherN Janulary or- Pebruary. so that
unemphove(I worlileitl ini tile clthlui
1difltltr coulIId hO, giveui ('m1phoyment.
In .111i1e, I !1h1;, thle coillpa Iiy Nas hit
CO rj)ra ted NO lI I a va 1) i ta: I ,; ock- Of
$60,000 and 'Mr. Nash as the, prlimeI
m11v"r UuId PriuliiPal1 investor was
In .lly, 1919, (he colipiny moved
ato miore c011modliois 'inr ters on
hl ie reingth of a loan of $.50,000 frot
I . .r. Nash i lcalled the ei
.iere: 'tgeler :nl tol themn of the
om , 'e he ;,Id( was- ni:--otittid
>p th h:!i. of is Ilk colifidene inl them.
\'it the oldeal llul proclaimled 1~
vertiig htw of thit 1:+:4 , ~\lr.
h u1 b.-lite(d a profit slutring plan
ll! eiiploye: . Their confild ceiltt inl
n h v- -uch that the ienploycs Ie
: o ar lIt the plan but said they
preferral to have their pay each wee:
:an(1 .iere wiilling to leave it to the
i 21111 zit to figure oit what tlv
could pay in weekly wage. Wage, were
tlereupon increased from tile to time.
At the end of 1919 the companiy found
that despilte the wage increases and
tile olnorimiouls expenase of moving and
eqluipping the new plant It had made
a not profit of $12,000 on an invest
ient of $111,000.
The actual condition at that ime
was that the company was paying
higzher wages, selling its iprodiiet for
less monoev ald earning a larger jroflt
than any or its associates In busiless.
\lr. Nash says that these figures
were subiitted to tho employes and
tha t he felt chagri ned hecause It was
his belief that ai umnuItillable profit
w as Imlade ofT the 1lhol of others. At
the m Mti:ta .r. \a saI i that wag
would he increa.scd 1roml1 1l) to ''0 per
cent. 1m ,rhe po1t, shatring hasis
of arrivil! at a j*ust waoe,, as the only
solution of the Irok'1ce-n was adopted.
Ily the pi:: pre znted to them the
rofit'it: vor( to 1- divided amonIg the
he11 oil the basisof -salaries earned
twiece a year.
The el 1loyes w ho enried more
than ."0 a week, petlitioned the comn
ipany to distribute the workers' Aiare
of tie profIts onl the 'hasis of time
worked instead of on a hasis of wages
draiwil. The ietition stated that this
would give those earning the smaller
wage an equal dividend with those
making larger suims. This meant that
the cutters and off pressers earning
from $75 to $90 a week petitioned that
the poorest paid help receive thi same
dividend that they did.
O1F CO3ING SOU'H
E!foris lsIIn 3lnde to Coloiize South
Wuh Go1oid People Fromu .llolnd
Y;*-.an-ion. Dee. Is.-lefforts to
(olli10/n' the Soutlth w'itl good people
froI lilland.ist at a tIlne whenl the
111innni;r.tionl H:11 to exclude manly unI..
de.i ni le from other sections U. be
fore (',:n rs ~i Is of special Interest
and the followinlg lett r recedived in
Wathingston by sonle of the Sout hern
Soln:tors will he decidedly so. The
let ter is from The 1 lague:
"We are glad to see that you t:ake
a gr:l-at intercll. inl tile immigration o!
Hollanders and that you are ready t(
cient us in' conmnunication with partes
In your State who wish to locate Ifol
landers In South Carolina.
"We should be very glad indeed t(
have the addresses of relIableopeopli
to whom we may turn for inforiatlo:
regarding the conditions fuld pros
pects in your State and td whom W<
-may refer Immigrants fronm thIs coun
try wxho have decided to settle It
We are already i correspondence
with the Commissioner of Agriculture,
Clomierce and Industries, Columbia,
S. C. an(d rtecntly received a number
of p blieationl. r'oil tihe Agi-klnitural
and I mmigrraion Dl)rt:tinent of the
A.tlantic Coast iine.
"TI'o avoid the poxsibiity o a1 il
understand n e mlust rsetnl
PO1int OtIt to, yolt. Iowevir. that. one
inimigrants -a, lather anl indepenldenlt
sort of rio::le and once they have
lmde tuI:) their 111inds(I to g(o to a ver
tain State it i8 imposible to induce
theIml to go to alother, however promll
iwing tle proslects may be.
M-\ost of our. fa m mgrants
who inlteld to start farming on their
OWn acCoullnt we always advise first
to work as a farm hald (lUring say
one)1) or two years to get acqalnlted
with the conditions of the new 1and."
There is said to be a sdlendid op
portunity in all of the Southern States
for the location of such colonies of
I lollanders. They are ideal citizens
in every way and are minch to be de
"Notic ed rat,; arottad 11ny kenels,18
having huildreds of pirize dogs, could
t't take chiancos. Tried itAT-SNAP:
Ii thr e i wcvks every rat. diailpleared.
Notlved that tihe do' iivo. went
'"car1 1eTSN\' 10 tcI y fr'lnh
bhout NAT-SNAIl." Use this iue mvr
t mi natoril , i'ssa e (%1 ill
. Sold and Ilaantteed by Iur
li I ard Wa ('o., Putliam's Drug
'111d Kennedy irots.
No Worms in a Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worms have an un
healthy color, which indleates poor blood, and as a
rule. thero Is more or less stomach disturbance.
GROVE'S TASTElESS ChILI.h TONIC given regu
larly for two or three weeks will cnrich the blood.
imnprovo theodigestionand actas ageneralStrougth
ening Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
throw off or dispel the worms, and the Child will he
in perfect health. lessant to take. 75c per bottle.
Mooney brek without question
if HU4T'S Salve fails In the
treatment of ITCH ECZEMA,
RINOWORM, TETTER or
other itching skin diseases.
Try a 75 cent box at our risk.
i.n:reiis Drug Co.
Some Prices Cut CBS SomeMP A N Yes-Cut"I
Half Ig Two H S al ewo
ALL THIS WEEK
This is the place to buy your Christmas gifts. Shirts, Collars, Ties, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Garters,
Hosiery, Gloves, Underwear, Sweaters, Bed Room Slippers, Box Paper, Toilet Soap, Watches, Clocks, Col
lar Buttons, Cuff Buttons, Scarf Pins, Watch Chains and hundreds of other useful articles will be found in
our $125,000 stock.
Young Men's Suits Closing Out at $5.00 BED BLANKETS $7.50 BED BLANKETS
ONE-HALF PRICE C
This Week Only Closing Out At $2.98 Closing O.
Gingham Sale Sea Island Sale Over
25-, i I-hais .(Io assOrtillelit of' patterns, Deeemnber l 35c quality Druid LL yard wide Sea IslandOlsno
lit 'l .... . ... . ... . .... . . 1 C 15c Out Sale
350 G in ham ................................... 1 9 C
L( i1 30c Heavy Sheet'ing-------------------- 13c $ 1.6
OUTING SALE Lot Ladies' Boots
nn.solr.Dembnr ClosinoSa Out Sal
19C worth $10, December close rie S ~ Ciml
Men'sout sale $4le9
Ni.lh. l ery Sale . al l stylev an kinds. '1 go- M-i's 1 d Sewedsizes forvery
Hoser Salehe S, l
20 lo Meno lusetSox____..................................e..........................$ .9
25" I ;s' 1 HIs i... . . .. . . . . .. . . . . 1 5c;- O t (v ll wl- . I. ..
MSea Islan Sale
ll .iit l a;; iet." ill shlj' ll sizos h"Ir even.
I.,35c quait Druid LLe l yarde wide Sea Isan
"~ttl' Ii. 01.!jCIl'l)ifi~~' 'O~ tit M eti's Fine DIress Shoes 15.00itlt, '1i~ .)tit i
At 498c to $4.95 WOR1T- $10.00, CLOSING OUT $9 93
Hosiery Sale t Bleach
20e Men's I --)'o~x h......................i t hon al sy le1 c leachindg, klosi utal
"-~~ ." v FTt 1Sah _ 1.
$1 .5( 1,arlcs' Sik hose....................\79 We a ioi at d r mal aritie i ll th i D e e e' thClosingloeOt ae egI(~e5o os.Nw syu
We em'i'' li, bigestlin of osiey inIjauent Sa. lel.S C Toi ot io uit aremeoing t be swldlrgardhils o
CloseOut A INoCosenOtSSal
25 a (Hb)TaeOPowe .......... C H IT A
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