Will Furnish Market for All Surplu
Dairy Products in that Section.
Greenwood, Sept. 13.-Hearty cn
dorsomiont of two movements of fai
r'eaching importance, not only t(
Greenwood but to all this section o
t.ho state, the erection of a largo cream
cry and the catablishment of a marke
for surplus products of the farm; wai
given lat night at.a joint meeting o
the directors and advisory council o
the Chamber of Commero, city couni
and invited) gulests. Thle prop1)osej
ina4rket woulit h1an dle every sort o
urpluls 1o(Ilet offered for .aie by th'
f l-mer, hogn, cattie, corn, poltry
eggs., hides, molasses, gra ins of al
Two colmlI ittees w(ere n atoill
lim VO:t !es ti Imarketi-hes similar to tl
one proponsod antd to reiort as Soo]
an po:mDle. Dr. W. W. 1.onr, hm
of Clemnol Cotlje ext''i o bwr
wh~o w:;a 11vsen las nIA l. t, ' <lerel'.1rio
the n-loposeri ima ret won 1perfectl:
fea:1;!e :'ul vout1 be (1 un11tohl bmenl
Rlit, to farIers vio \vou!d b . t'iihie
to :(i :1 at proit . prodiebo for wvh e
lihey hT ,l have-l Ui'mble t,
"*Marketin is the 1 nu nin mi
I .:11reins Drg Cc
i.--- c C I I
t V .C(l! I
) 1.-!.2i l
teo On li $I'
intehistory of the Fair Associatior:
Fattrack, welkondrivers, a
On Tesdy, ednedayandThuril
rae o urges of$0 ahevent,
pusso 160,.aheenwt addetl
Stripped automobiles in exciting pc
South. One exhibit each day between
(ay; also oneeach evening during fl
On the Midway, the famous C. A. WI
many new and novel.
udrteauspices of the South Carol
iconjunetion with the State Fair. I
frmevery seetion oS the state, inclul
aloGirls' Club work.
Teone big footbal gam of the
Adsismeas~ Adults,. Toe; ehtidrea
raew o gekook ehildre's tickets wi
ticketS met ulso fair grounds. but
treeasrew and 1 be edeshd at I
e D.F. EFIRD, S
Problem," Dr. Long declared.' "The
farmer knows.nothing of commerce.
It is your problem to find the mar
kets," the business men nwero told.
It. is presosed to establish a sui
plus .products .market at once and to
work on the proposal to erect a
creamery gradually. )lDr. Long de
clared that Greenwood was ideally sit
uated for the location of a creamery
and with its railroad facilities would
draw milk from all neighboring coun
ties. Creamery ex)eits present last
night warned against establshment of
a creamery with less than 1,000 native
cows to support it.
COL) POINT ITEMS *
r.S. L O. P~Ne, wo han .heen visiAt
lng her is ' I'ter, .\lrn. E. I. Iivale', at
I Cold Point, for t1e past few weesli,
leaves tihis week for her iole in Ni
lys. .1. (". Brown and childr'en, of
. 1-tovalh, Tlnil., are here to spen(d Ohe
1antrwith thoir a Mr, ls. W. L2.
1 .ea.ke, af Co l'oint.
- '.'r l''an:.:hmx b'!hm fold 'hive Th'Iurs
(1 '. Al., i a Op 1ra llou .
uren, S. C.
it's the frequent
t. eat te holes in
1t. Blt, Wlly 1iot
al bi/d lbut one"bu t
C l1 ?7
* . ,.,,(,o;.A-/4- 1A .r .
-ihade mone..-.- Runn Race for.-.-.
ho games. First timeoever seen in the
races Tuesday, WVednesday and, Thurs
S EVERY NIGHT
irthan Shows, featuring 30 attractions,
Ina Poultry lBreeders' Association. Held
I. 10. Adams, President, Charleston, S. C.
lhng work U Boys' Corn and Pig Clubs;
r FOOTBA. L CLASSIC
season. Reserved seats provided for
under 12 vears, Se. 'aither redneeds
en bought Em ad4 nec in bulk. These
msat be eeured nm advancee frot the.
all value If not used. Prices 200 andl
oretary, Columbia, S. C.
* WATTS MILLS NEWS *
Watta Mills, Oct, 17.-Rev. Mr.
Lockle, of North Carolina has -been as
sisting Rev. *H. 0. Martin in a revival
meeting here during the past two
-weeks. The meeting closed Sunday
evening when twenty-nine were added
to the church for baptism and seven
by letter. We feel very grateful for
these services which have been %o
ho! pful to our church.
We are v.ery glad to report that we
have our new 1laptist chut rch at Lucas
Avenue .compl(t( at last.
The comn 11 iiIity fali. wa; heOld hire
on Friilay evening) and Sat urday nil
w:'I a great ,
Ia t MonAhuY, Octner 9th, .\i.,s
lilanche l'albmn mnd .\l. .Alarion Kl.
uri d th!r mb' oan~v f'riends by -
torine; to yoninin and getting."
mariled. This young cotuple have a
hlot of f aend.; here who extond to
com their. hriczy congratudatlen.
* * ** * * 5 ' * * * * * *
* * * * 4. * * * *1 * * * 4* 44
.\ r. J. I). W ;T:!,-;poonI, of Grveenll l ,
i :; 'I r ie'e a1t wev k.
. r. ' . .ren is 0!0tst rela
a .T4et t1 l .n a , a
Ou o ho r mIIot. . .\ra. .. '. V.' it.
.A V. \ . -\nmsi I i-, r(ecove.!ing from
u. and .\lr.i . T. . Cruel aid Mrse.
Itobe: t Wdo Wd en Wedne'day in
( .\ . an MT'. S. 1. lLaman s1Ut
SWn:c' w4ith (relinoat\htie
ir. mer rett Wtts left last we-k Cor
Our community ymatthi:'s -with
Vin. and .l. LobinM their recent be
reavement. D.th I..; alwys sad, but
or rticulai ly vo when one( so young Is
('01PldINT T1 SELL HKFAL F.STATE,
IN AID OFT PEANSONALTV TO
PI'' DEHT S
IS"afie ci Souith ('nr-olina,
(.onuy of .an(rens,
IN P1i, lk\'0. : c~l'ICT'
.M\ary 1.. Abercromi,t individual.
ly, 1.i he, w n right, and -,'Ahniin
rii::( oif , th 4 om , at teht, right'
: l ea- .a :'t n k Aberr able
de cse, :: ti a intiliSo!I is \ a
ran i~ailo th ber~om :0,and! othl
u t for 'i.:.1 u :i
-! lii3 . ' liAl - tlh tt:i the~ t. at ndi
n at! I:u I 'Lr. C dt. T I
C'nt n Nl. I ii mud to F..nl.anm
and ond--ha! (35 1--' acrels, more~ 01
4 d al~S nd Sta. an o '!e d . hhi by
-and a.l lon~ 'il it' t i ~ \vil liby ..
.i . 1 '.:' :r by i he L'eS ou b .\ili
Diul l bt -!nl H ok bro a i
part(1itib . .Am11 1,ron rdings.
Tra0t. No. Coniveyed to Frn
l)0.' 18thi 10001 . All that (tatin t
Itrl. i - reo-rl o r oralnd , 13'yn, n.i
~a-nd~ e sitnoe In Youings Toniiip. I
h- tour t or Lbran eck. t~ Sa ('nalv
sa:ol cn ad in! a 36 :n'ores, k now0 n a
' ss, bande hon ieNr by lsof l. o\f
P. y, \V.re.oGray, l'and..Aberer inhe
a'rn ohe, oll the whih ainl mortb
fll .iii ftaSet by een the a ai\ey
smadvey t. 1lG. Andeson Airnhie Iner
Trao t iNo.g I89,ConR.yed C to Fan
AbrMrymi byA. g Abererombie ae
lteember 1V~'20oth. 13.lth aid herhaIn.
theionthe y ofIlurnsad, Stat !afosre
ract, bo.dfdonvyedo to by ano
P.crc.'Abe be and K 1. Aber-e
1cmhc, 1n the 1.Alta cetain
tlandsit of M.ray, and tte foe-hb
landofltaeat being the same cneeit rn
rcveyedt byg II. . Abercromble lin
deedb,whcdedi recorded in(iebok3,pg
55oInok 1,1 pae39' i .a.C. ofice frTarisCui
for SC Saaidn Ctr y, the bonerewt or
crs.l Mar . Aeobie orhavbindte
boe conveGrye o the Estad HuhH
Abercromblaed of dran, Abhrcm'ie ro
Abercrmbi of Sale Ka. Abrchaombe,
tract for pars. If thandm ofng being
a'he noty cofmLarenit, the landate afoe
resd oengh sameo conveye stosequnt
d'ed, oen eterms boo 33, ofg
forme Inr .'.lie frLuen.on
,tyS. C Sa . trac l onded n, o
i' J M. ray n th Eas and South,'
aed nth comleda woth te 1andto1 b
resod onsame or ome ubseuen
AT THE FAYSSOUX SHOW
It remained 'for Fayssoux, the psy
!hic marvil, to bring out in his ex
ibition the conme rpossIbll'ties 9f
iypnotism. The old time Hypnotists
Vith their limited abilities had made
eC6blo attempts in this direction be
oro the coming of Fays-loux, but
tell you right here
Priice4 Albert t.T.cc
km .1 .iashcd to the :
You, ve got a handf
happiness coming yoi
roction 7hVen you pal il
P. A. and the mal
papers! For Prince A
is n1ot only i:lghtf
your taste and pleasi
exclusive patented p:
irees it from bite and p
they were extromely feeble in- coin
parison to the mirtll-iprovoking scones
created by Fayssoux.
"It beats t'he best comedy I ever
saw," "It's funnier than a barrel of
mnonkeya with their tails chopped off,"
"A whirl-wind of gayety," "Fayssoux
mnakes you laugh until your sides
ache," "It's the 'greatest comedy of
llingAnd, for a fact, r,
we'll1 utp Princo Alber-t is m
that easy! P, A. is. crAimp ct
ha s strays -put and you wt;
n ast! into ShPape before yo
atl-of-_ count thiree! Anil, th:
tr di- inlstantI you're. pufftngi
with to beat-1 the b,-nd!
6in's Prince Albert is so
Albert that it has led foutr nT
uA to smoke jimmyr pipes
ag inl onle was smoked bef or<
it our the greatest old bn
ocess smoke that ever fom
arci! way into a pipe or ciga
a sional io c smo e
botthat itHas ad fMill
rg iW onderfus s Aoke for
I' ou rem st i
Puc s smketat eveax t
arcux'sio Blien i
atioa The Onnera
them all," are some of the expiressions
heard in the theatre lobby after the
show. Fayssoux will-begin an engage
ment of three uIghts at the Opera
House, Thursday, Oct. 20th.
Medicated air is the only treatient
for calarilh. Breathe I lyomei and oh
tain imediate rellef. At Laurem;
Drug Co. Money back if It falls.
,isk it Prnei Albert is
sold in toppy red
L Ca1 1 '":.. lidy red lion,
SXt ""and .half pound til
net humidors and inz the
rpoed crystal glas-;
away humaidor with
vhc re -
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