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y w.:1 ; MIN revT -" . BEtPUSE - >.. iix MOVE FOR SOflTH WILL BE PUSHED Series of Meetings in Savannah NOW WELL. UNDER WAY Conference of Southern Settlement and Development Organization Includes Various Agencies. Wash ing.ton0, Nov. 28.-Cont inuation and enlIargemen t in scope of t he move menit for t he dlevelopmet n of the South will bV discuissel and1 is e:<pected to be worked ot satl isfatorily ait a series of meet igs to be hli nSavannaht, Ga., be~oining No'vembcr 28 andl running trou ch D)eember' I. .\Ieel ings wvill be held separately and tloget her1 of the idrectors of the Soutthernt .wti1lemient and deveh ;)lnent tianI~t Ioll, ItA execilt oflicials a:01 manalcgers of the' :;eve r:il I tate . ' plopme t andl i othe create m '!t:ol icS ports If V.'hi'e thei Sciutc h: c co ianc an ! eve~cp met i 'v:w - i Th I'. r ( I a n. . orwrc iiS will worki If "houise iiacnc in'" their re 'l o abort a cold and prevent comn plications, take alotab s The purified and refined cr'dornel table'. that are nausealese safe and sure. Medicinal virtues retain.. ed and imp roved. Sold only in sea led pack ages. Price 35c. itK 3 Dow The Golfer kn can "play the Ehu *In a bott After a e a frosty, fret u"" J~k, -1 . rl f/l spective territories during the fall and uniformity of plans with respect to a year's campaign will be worked out if possible relating to drainage, good road construction, improvement of health conditions, eradication of the rattle tick in the decreased areas it still infests, and other features of the program of the organization for the up-building of the South, in coopera tion with federal state and other agencies with a viewv to obtaining a maximum of results wvith respect to these subjects during the year 1920. Views will be exchanged by the stat~e association managcrs and other itlicials as to the legislative measures that will he pressedl. In one or another Sout hern states these measures in eitlue a proipos itioni to create state land settlement hoards similar to that tpeiatinlg in C'alifornia which could assist dleservinoe citizens to obtain hitome on the land; laws to cootroil pre dat try doss which now inteitfere seiiusly with the extension of the sheep inust ry; measures relating to thle tarkin andoi branding of l ive stockl andi antolm('nt of the chattel mottage~ laws so that baniks woul be enc't uraged~i to finam'e live stc rursamol feelers; state goodt r(omis Mi:lthat; aniendinent of staite drain anlrefortestationi andI the like. Will Mlake Start. Ifthi si tuatLion develops as e 'xple he foundait tion will lbe id h for ani (ex oie campign of ptublicity in oridei t -t thi woi iIk now w~ha t the Sout I is nd wha it lhas to (iffer in the w.ay oft rsourcs, and oipportunities for horitaking, agriiiture, ande devel. (tpmenPt alotin mny lines. Men famnil irwithI the Southern states and thi oin d Ieveloipment movemtent are' (oidiienit that the South cain offer ('binioat ion that noe oitheri sect ion o the (iuntry (an extelI, namely; at abun01 lan lce of cheap lands --there ar' 200().00i0,i 0 to :300,000y),000 acres in Lh AtlIant ie and Guldf rontal plain alone goodi climate, sutleient rainfall, near r~ess toi markets, relatively cheat) lat bor anad other dlesirable conditions. With a view to calling attenition t< the live stock and dairy industries o the Stinth, plans; foi a S'outhwide ex h ibi t at the nixt ntiotnal dairy sho' will probhabily lie formulated at Savan nah. In connection with the live stoc industry, in the South steps wvill 1 taken to hav~e the railroad admini tration or interstate commerce con mission remove dliscriminations no nnni)lin o Souathern steso in the m< DRnC 1ero-C ER' NONE 30 n1 2 to Go! ows how much better you game" when you drink Pre-Eul-a la-Through a stravf lose game on a hot day ice-chilled bottle re ;hes and satisfies. Gite our Sol! Sailors a Job Desere ter of charging for the transportation of caretakers accompanying live stock in shipment. Generally speaking, in the North and West the railroads fur nish free transportation to such care takers, going one way at least, but in the South the reverse is generally true. Another matter of wide interest in the South to be taken up at the meet ings at this month-end will be the ptrop~osition that the southern states should have repre - ntation on the na tiona Iw~aterway comin tss ion that was authorized in a river and harbor act some time ago, taht was proposed by the late Senator Newlands of Nevada, to study and investigate the wvater wvays of the country with a viewv to tili-zing the waters to the best advant age in conne(ctiont with niavigation, ir rigation, drainage, water power (do mtestie-51 upply, etc. The waiter p)ower hill ntow peirwlii in [the senate c-ontemi plates the repeal of this authtorizatioin, but the national dlraiiige congress aod Southern dr aaiiage in tersts are re portedl to he oppowod to4 this act ion. It is expected that a projec-t for drainage of Ianid withI the ass is tance of fthe fede ral goverinmaent will be in dorsed at Savannoah. (O)ne measurie a long thItis line now pending; before ton gress is the Smith-( hamberlain bil which virtually pilaces the credit of the national governme tnt be~h indo local rec-la mat ion district s forimed for re deeinig land by dlraintaje, dlikiing, ir riga tion or othterwi se. Aniothter resol ut ion to( be offeied at Savanitah, it is understood, wvill in -' vite go' ernmtetn0C ep-rt s of t he agric-ul l. uralI and otlter depa rtmenit.s and possi bly othter ptersons intfereste d to makel~i a tour' through the South to see what ifs resourices arec and wha t. progr-ess is being made to make them available, aind the development work that is forging ahtead. O)flic ils of the cutover himtd dlepa rt niment of the Southern Pilne association -will meet at Savannah with the South - erni Settlement aitd Development or - gan izat ion andl thte mattere of organiz ing state development associations in >Southern pine tetrritory will be gone f into. ''Te creation of such an organi HICH ESTER S PILLS Tili', DIAMOND~ JiRANji. Villas in lied and Uoid rnealici -.. boxes, sealed with Dlue Rit1-bon.VJ - A 4 N I) .IIN *j". Wut W eknown anDest.siasitAiwaysllale t SOL D RUGGISTS EVERYWHERE 1 r t Saa 2er. and ' zation in Louisiana, has been under consideration at New Orleans. Devel opmnent interests in Alabama are re ported ready for organization and steps towvard organization of develop ment associations in Arkansas and cast Texas are expected to be taken when the necessary interest in those states in the southwvide dIevelopmlent There is a w( is a constant your good tas Wvherever y< enthusiastic -- For these peoI solved and( t not usualliy a PAIGE-DET R' C ARO) vovement has become sufficiently manifest. The now Florida statewide develop ment organization will be represented ,t the Savannah meetings for the first ime. There will also be on hand i'ep esentatives of state associations in he Carolinas, Georgia and Mississip >i. A feature of the Savannah meeting vill be a report by F. H. Abbott man ger of the Georgia Landowners' as ociation, on the successful develop nent of demonstration permanent pas ures in his state. There are 70 such >astures being established in 43 coun ies in south Georgia on 37 different oil types, testing eight different va 'ieties of grasses. These pastures were to be seeded under a cooperative rrrangment between Mr. Abbott's or ,anization and the Georgia State Col ege of Agriculture. Among the re sults so far achieved are heavy stands )f lespedeza, or Japanese clover, knee nigh, and of Rhodes grass, a South African plant immigrant to America, Shoulder high. b HARDIN FOUND GUILTY Gaffney, Nov. 28.-The caso which uttracted more attention than any 3ther at this term of the court of gen eral sessions was that of the State of South Carolina vs. W. P. Hardin who was charged with killing Wylie Fulton in the Antioch section of Cherokee ouanty on September 11, 1918. At the time of the killing, Hardin was acting ;s constable for a magistrate in the neighborhood, and therefore claimed that he had a right to bear arms. The f was there to make a sketch of her. Luncheon was just over, and she was talking to a little knot of women. The first words I heard, n I slid quietly into a nearby seat, were "National Biscuit," recalling pleas antly r'y own tasty Un eda Lunch con. I liked her, And fortably as si spoke a tIII my peir and e , ~daylight,'l b c t Une m e 1 -. nio o Chik an p Bringing to t the door of your A dining room-as close i t matchless facilities of .( some bah. ies in the w come to you as fre tist too.r when they were tz pad of p NATION) were wait CON Hour. "You see, even I went on. "are much like i?.. mals. They are most lovable anc most tractable after they've hn' something to eat. National Biscul (dainties always begin our Chil A ZstBeubu CaI ni iii he ear hircr wt ecorced of hings- carid the u ma MOO CARm PCigc DETRC EINA MACHINE] Sumter, S. C. case was hotly contested the solicitor being assisted by Proctor Bonham of Creenville and G. W. Speer of the local bar, while the defense was represented by Butler and Hall and N. W. Hardin of the local bar. The hearing of the case and the argument of counsel re quired two full days. After remain ing out for an hour and 15 minutes the jury returned a verdict of "guilt of manslaughter," and the defense imme diately noted a motion for a new trial Butler & Hall this afternoon argued the. motion. The motion was refused and the defendant was sentenced to serve six years on the public works, His counsel gave notice of intention to appeal to the supreme court and bail was fixed at $2,000. Hardin will have no difficulty in giving bond. HOLD SUGAR SHIPMENTS Washington, Nov. 30.-Sugar sold to South Carolina distributors and ready for shipment from Gulf refiner ies has been held up in several cases recently because cars were not avail able. Senator Dial has been handling the matter directly by wire with the Southwestern regional director of the railroad administration, B. F. Rush, whose headquarters are in St. Louis, and is promised one hundred per cent. car supply to the sugar plantations concernede, based on their ability from day to day to load. Director Bush says that during the current week the movement of sugar from Louisiana territory has been of ex traordinary volume. Equipment is being rushed to the producing dis tricts. dren's Hour like a feast. 'For the tiny toddlers there is a varied menu, sometimes Uneeda Biscuit nd milk, sometimes Graham Crack- - 'rs. Oatmeal Crackers or Lunch Bis -uit. This is changed on special >ccasions to Old Time Sugar Cook. 'ewtons and, rarest of i , sere re days when we had ce cream and Nabisco, and those vere our party days. r is just a us happily, s all, and made us sure they p coming every day-for both know we must feed ildren, as we must if we would after their ays 1lke ady to eip in ent. d s your own kitchen-the the best and most whole orld. Uneeda Biscuit f . 3h and immaculate as S ken from the oven. eir L BISCUIT it se ur 1'vy enough or, but always alivays dainty, al zing as only National ,iscuit Products can be. During the years when my babies were growing up we never missed the Ciil dren's hour with its tasty feast. motor car that lects, not only :rs are always >ltely satisfied. en permanenitly .a r m affection human family. iT, MICHIGAN 2Y CO.