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TITE MOVROE JOrKXAf., fTJTAY. OCTORFR 17.
cottux roxt;i:u.s insi tsk.s COl XTIIY DAM Kill TO I OTTOX Vottox i.kowlt.s nu.i: the si'ivxtiis to i:i y l!i:i:cT Governor IHrkett Anions the Seak ei This llamas: Mamel i tiixrtij. llaiHllini: lotion KeMilts in Low Annually of About Sixty .Mil. lion Dollar. Country damage to cotton aggre gating approximately sixty million dollais annually can b.? prevented by warehouses en the fauns, at gius, i Interior conce nt rat ion points and at jiorts handling cottcn. speakers de clared at the general session Tues day of the World Cotton Congress In New Orleans. E. A. Calvin of Houston, Texas. ! would be necessary under strict re;u- lation of the industry. ! tl P SharVleford who stated ho jhaJ HOOi) acres of cotton under cul- Wotl.I Conffiviue Favotu the Klimi-! tlvation in Georgia, declared he he-' , ,., .. ,'lieved It was time for spinners and, nation of the Middle .Man. ! Rrpwer, to cet together and share in Kent ink) Plan U Adopted, 'the profits of cotton as well us the! i pin. in storing and in shipping can , British cotton spinners were urted an)j ,;,st eliminated," he said. Wednesday at Now Oiitans by grow- i(.n money that is now being need-1 representatives to ine'u,5jv s,lf.nt i handling an l reha:ii- from ;,, Pan hp saved. There is now ?n. actual loss of $11.50 per bale 1 tween gin rnd loom, and there is not ers to send AI.L rt lh finllfh huv entton 111 IU.1 V . .... - f I i . -1: ...I. .ft... i . 1 a a I tne laillier uireri, "air inr siapc thiv see tit. eliminating all middle men and reducing the cot of the raw ian industry in the world where such ! wastefulness would be permitted. "We ran st trade directly with the spinners, eliminate the middleman. Organized unions of cotton farmer. I warehousemen, and uiateii.ils to the spinner, at the same time increasing the price laid to the producer. This proposal, along the lines of the systems used by Hritish inharco manufacturing interests in Kentuckv. was made at a meeting Airplane puify AT r'nnrc wnrphnnsf'tr.en. anl hankers i I. ! in boon In constant touch i nrted a campaign thiouUiout the i..,,, Wednesday of a special commit- ; organizations of stdnners so a : cotton belt particularly in the inter- Ier 0 world cotton conference dele- to ear Yiow mueh cotton Is needed' est of warehousing on the farm. He pates composed of 10 foreign spin- , ,pt,iv the world's demand and fl-j eaid that his opinion was that most ncr8 j ;o American grower T 0 0 advis th spinnrs exactly a( i .w . .-.i, ii, ,.i I, in int t-iuu .a tt0t t , .1 ill -.11 ill N a - ii ......i:,;.., o n a . , wm .1 i"i . OI luc iwuiiui im,i. ...... - - - 1 us iiir iiiii voa i'.ib iii h:ui warehotisins. and tho practice of allowing cotton to lie around exposed to the weather. Governor Thomas W. Bickttt. of North Carolina said that every group handlinc cotton from the picker to the final seller could be blamed for Hamasrp to rottoii. The only remedy he said, is for the sinner to repent stated, that American cotton ers and British spinners had fnrni.il rot.ference. The meet Inc. which brought 1 ' ih. ornn ronditions so that nrepara-1 ilnni mav h made In advance for Jh" sidnnrrs 'to have the cotton lH-d nn i the growers to know lntll!g n'1'- how much they win nave to ami to cr not h ends of the cotton Industry together jr!iw i heir reserves to suonlv tha assured the success of the confer- -jpnisnd. Orcaniation of a rropoJ.l rnre leaders stated Wednesday nUht. i ,mil 000 corporation for the i ! to the amount planted in different i preat extent by eliminatinc much of; years. Conditions of weather and of,(he pamhiine which has been su.'h a. insect depredations made It tnn,ORal-jdemoraliiine factor In the past." tori tn set an Advance ; . Cii, :.kHi nerpcil that no arbiirary .n he said, is for the sinner to repem pr,,.e roiilda be nxea tor an cien ,KBn spimiers will ename us to cu: wr.i hii Kiiiu .in.l realize the creat ,,riii.l nt rnitAii owinc mainly to the , ,v.., ..,. , nf handlins bv liviii .' - , v. - . tn:i lur v...--- economic crime he commits when ne treniendons fluctuations in tne Pnmin!1i jnc middlemen and will v rnntrlhiites in anv way to tho decline amounts of cotton picked in relation .wi0 ,,9 . stabilize prices t i a !, tho t-niue of the bale. The rami- ln the amount Planted in (tinerent , er lets his cotton deteriorate by ex posing M to the weather, the buyer s'orts it in yards for months and contributes to some more of the dam age. The only thing we can do is to create sentiment against such ac tion." W. G. Turner, of Memphis, con tended the railroads were respon sible In a great way for damage. He urged that the railroads give as much attention to a bale of co-ton as they do n bale of hay. bile nl-ii .not rannnt he estimated until the crop has been gathered and ginned. It was a creed by speakers, howev flt trora heinir made by Ul lll.ll I'l'-ll". ..... r- pay for the finished article than Automobile Parts AT A We have in stock automobile parts for even kind of automobile from a Ford to a Caddilac. Tliese parts are in good serviceable condition, and are on sale at real bargain prices. The next time you need parts for your car, see me before you pay fancy prices to the manufact urers. Every part guaranteed; satis faction or your money back. Monroe Iron 6 Metal Co. Located at AUSTIN'S & CORRELL'S OLD SHOP Near Freight Depot B. GORDON, Proprietor. ! Henderson s it was stated, to set an advance - , . ravis. banker, cotton buyer on the staple as the growing lan(1 ,,lan,rr 0f Waycross. Ga., said: ....... ,nt h. ociflninteit lllltll the; .l.l t,anA rnrn. 1 ne Fl'MHiei p:i"ui orini i.-.i sentatives to the growers to buy coi ton direct Just as do the big foreign fa.tni'evs Half the rea- 1. t,rt.i ... Hlvw.t inter-i . .. . . .i,:.,. Iliiiuueiueii mini iiou m soil Tor tne niRn rosi 01 nei)i"'" est In the growing, spinning or lia,v,hfse ,iavS is because of the partial ufacturing branches of the industry, I contro hich gambling speculators the consumer having nigner pi ices ;havp sfC,ned on necessities ot life. Eliminate the middle man and deal ! with the man who raises the pro duct." Closer affiliation of grower and spinner was offered as a solution to the problem of the cotton planter and the spinner by Governor Blckett of North Carolina, in private life a cot ten planter. The planter, he said, is opf ratine on a narrow margin of profit . even at the very high prices. William Toll;. Louisiana planter. d"Vf-d the spinner Interests were rn:nli!o of fixine the Price of the manufactured cotton article. Government Should Intervene 'if no basis of assured prices can be arrived at. whereby the American cotton grower can get more money for his new cotton, then the tovern nu nt should st t a price for the spin ner to pav or else put a tariff on for eign cotton which would assure the grower a sufficient price by American spinners." Mr. Tolk said. His ex pvcsslons, however, met with objec tions fro 11 many of the growers, who voiced a conviction that complete hiirmnnv with the spinners vat the onlv rpirlt which would make for better conditions and higher prices. J. S. Wannamaker of St. Matthews, S. C. president of the American cot ton association, said there never was a time when it was more necessary .for a thorough harmony and under standing between grower and spln iner than the present. Co-operation between grower and spinner will do I much toward equalizing supply and 1 demand, give the spinner information I on which to proceed instead of guess iv.ork ami advice the grower fully of i what the spinners need so that he can I supply the demands. I David Graham, commissioner of i agriculture of North Carolina, said that white labor had grown and picK ed the cotton crop In that Mate the past few years, as It had been recog nize:! for sometime that negro labor was no longer to be depended upon owing to its decadence in strength and energy since the war betweeu the Cioigio Mylius of Milan, one of Italy's largest cotton spinners and representative of the Italian govern ment, declared it was imperative that American cotton be better baled and conditioned for export. 'Cotton is now selling to the spin ner at approximately $1 per pound In Italy," he said, "and some manufac turers are seriously considering the advisability of trying out some of the German paper substitutes-. These substitutes have reached a high state of perfection, especially in appear ance, but the wearing qualities are open to finest Ion. The big premiums being made In cotton should go to the grower Instead of the speculator." X Y V i Eo& Feed One of cur best sellers is Henderson's Hog Feed, which is composed of the following ingredients: Protein 13.00 per cent Fat 4.00 percent Fiber 6.00 per cent Carbohydrates ... 50.00 per cent Composed of Wheat Products, Corn Products, and Peanut Meal Some Sinpp fnll is sertincr in pvppv fnrmpr will h? fnrffri t.n 'Sunder mot , -r . i i be the best buy iced tor ms nogs, ana a lew weens experiment y North will nfnv?vtfp vnn tlint nitre i trir Vipst ni. Let all For Sale at the P.est Stores. THE Natioiml Holiday We Should Have. (From The American Magazine.) t iw ilt I'll Old Fr iend Dav on which everybody would see to it that auld acquaintance be not forgot. Kind Words Day on which every family would say only nice things about the folks next door. Correspondence Day on which ev er) body would sit down and answer friends' letters that have been pigeon holed for months. Orphans' Day on which munici palities would outdo each other In bringing a little sunshine into the lives of fatherless and motherless Jlkitb'leS. J Stuid.iy Announcement of North Mon y roe Clinrge. Just one more service for each . . , t ,-i Ciniren netore nmi'M enref uimi ning, 11 o'rlot k. Let this service of the year. Monroe, services at 3:30 P- members be present at ; tins service. : Iemorlee, Sunday eveiiin", 8 p. m. (Each member of the church is re- 'quested, to be e.t chinch Sindar eve- nlng at 8 p. in. with r.M the friends of thp church ami inemb'.-r of other c'.itirchrs are Invited to t ot ship with "s. At each church w1 nlmll exneet J, you to be preseit. .T. K. WARRRN. 'A V, t .. 'A 'A 'A 'A i ! ii Sutoiarine Prices In keeping with our announced policy to bring the High Cost of Living down in Monroe, we are offering the follow-, ing bargains at a saving from 25 to 100 per cent for this week only: 100 lbs Smoked Meat, as good as Breakfast Bacon, Vc lb 100 lbs California Evaporated Peaches 18c per It) 100 lbs California Evaporated apples ISc per lb 100 tbs California Evaporated Prunes 18c per lb 1 gallon can, 6-lb amily size, Tomatoes (Think of it! Tomatoes at 12V-c per qt.) 50c per can Still selling Breakfast Bacon at : 40c per lb Men's good Sweaters $1.98 each Good $1.00 Belts, on sale this week at .50c each Villctte de Paris Talcum Powder, big 25c value, 10c per can Men s good Socks : - 20c per pair Troussea Silk Hose, best quality . Beautiful Baby Caps at Olive Soap, a real bargain, .at Fancy eating Apples English Writing Paper $2.50 per pair r8c each 10 cents 15c per dozen 60c the box Two good brands of Cigars, Portica and El Escorta, at 5c CROWELl'S VARIETY STORE Phone 476. MR. FARMER: Though we sell goods cheap, we pay the highest market prices for country produce. (,'nr sheep I'nloiuled in Anson County tl'olk'ioii correspondent of Wades bo ro Ansoninn.) Mr. J. W. Cameron is unloading a car loud uf sheep here today and de livering them to different parties in the county who have had Mr. Camer on purchase for them. This Is an in dustry that is meeting with much fa vor with some of our fanners and it seems to be a paying one. One man told the writer that his sheep were one of the best paying things on his farm; he said they always furnished a means of ready cash during and dull season besides being a paying propo.-.it ion from different stand points, if the dogs are killed out and sheeps given the same show that the dog gets there will be a big gain In the sum total of the profils from the farm. Xo l iirext Here, Says Kev. 15. Allen Unrest among the colored people may be general in some sections of the country, but not in Union county, if we may believe Rev. Richard Allen, a member of that race, and the man who did such good work In the Lib erty loan and war savings stamp drives. He says that he has not heard of any hostility towards white people expressed by his people, and that the colored man is getting a pretty fair deal In this section. Com ing from a man like Allen this state ment bears weight. Airplane 31. with Lieut. B. W. Maynard as pilot, left San Francisco Tuesday at one o'clock on the return flight to New York and made the trip over the Sierra-Nevada moun tains In fifty-nine minutes. This, Lieut. Maynard considered the most dangerous leg of the Journey. MONITOR I IMF? mm -w mr v mm NO. 244 A Pi M MEETS TONIGHT ? THIRD DEGREE HENDERSON ROLLER MILLS CO. Monroe, N. C. pasior. XXVVAVWVVNVAVVVVXVVVVX for the accomplices of Ivar.ofT. Air amler IVnnoff. vorVr, slid to hnv hotr.b ""nt to nrrwl for?"d wrappings, Attorney Ccnrrnl Tnli arrested Mom'sy 1 r.Kn. A p.ean-n U now Gary steel mode th. ,r.., M H.h Mew t:n 'nt mad NOTICE. North Carolina, Union County: In the Superior Court: Bessie C. Trull, I'laintilf, vs. Jesse Al. Trull, Defend ant. The defendant above named will take notice that an action entitled a-t above has been commenced In the Su perior Court of Union County to have ordered a divorce for the plaintiff from the defendant; and the said de fendant will further take notice that he is required to appf.tr before the Clerk of the Court of Union County, at the cmirt house In Monroe, N. C, on or before Monday. 17th day of No vember, and answer or deimir to the complnint in said action, or the plain tiff will apply to the court for the re-ll'-f demanded In snid complaint. Th'' l''h rts''v f Oct.. lrfl 3. r. V IXVMOND. C. S. C. tr.ck Farker & Cral?, Attys. WW! c a package before the war V c a package during the war c a package NOW THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! BlBDEBBBaaCnanHBC5tSBCBBKKIHCCCRCaiCH COBLES CASH GARAGE i FORD REPAIRING A SPECIALITY. Next to Baptist Church. 5 FISK TIRES. rfBBBllBBBBBSCCBBSaBEZacaaCJilECiiUCasaCES? FORD PARTS. c' A P to s 1