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* DUNK. N. C., SI
ON STRENUOUS TRIP
First Address This Morning At
Columbus, Ohio.— To Mr.ks
I.E WII.L REVIEW FLEET
President Also E>prc;«d to Touch on
High Cost of Llvir.g and Other
Domestic Problem> in
Wn-hniflnn, Sept 3. — President
Wdeon lift W* hinpton tonight for
a country wid« rK«»mc trip to tell
lh* Amn'fiu people at ttrft hand of
his part in the pear* negotiation* and
to makr u perecnal appeal that the
|vrc€ treaty be ran lied without a
The Present's i-pecial train, on
which he aill live nearly all of the
time for the next 2n day#, departed
at 7 o'elick. The firat Irp oT the
trip of nearly 10,000 mile* will he
computed tomorrow morning in Col
r.mhu*, Ohio, where he will make tho
hr«4 o* hie 30 echoduled addre-s**.
The Prviddent and H»« party reach
id the station at f»:1h o'Ho k and
were given on ovation by the crowd.
After effort mg Wihun In the
yii*ival« c;r the President returned
to the platform, where he chatted
with fru-mU until the time for hia
i 10 leave.
Accompanying the Preaidcr.t in ad
d-tion to Mr*. WUaon, and Rear Ad
miral Cary T Crayton. hi» physician.
Nearly 30 retnpancr correspondent*
als«i were aboard tnc train ;n addition
to thc force of uflV'al stenographers
And secret service men.
Th^ tHp, i r-i-hapa the moxi arduous
ever undertaken b> a President, will
carry Wr Wiliun ar.d hif rmrty as fur
weal a* th* Pacific rcaat, almost to Ihe
Canadian bonier on the north and ol
mo.-t it> Mexico on the /.outh. He will
peak in every stale west of the Mia*
a «idppi rxirpt four and make up for
thp omu*iun of lh*a« by fpetrhej in
Ohio, Ind‘ans Kentucky and Tennes
In point of diitar.ci* covered, the
tour Will ..v i!nod on a par with the
. T*re idenl'e trip to Franc* and return,
and th^ membershif hi* party expect
it to be much mui e strut) Hums because
of its continuity and thc lorg. fast
rides threurh the went.
A'tboUL'h thc detailed schedule *tf
Th* xpvcch-mski.tg *ch# InW is a
vigorous one frvm th* ir.art. A fur
hii addrr«« it Culumbrs tomorrow,
.Mr. Milton wilt go to Indianapolis
In t.me for un evening mate meeting
Then He will continue ectwerd with
short stopM et S« Lou if nod Kansas
nty. reuihinr IV» Moine* Saturday
for the week * nd.
The following week will take him
f*ir Into th* tven by the northern
route, with sprcrHva at Omaha. Sioux
Kalla, St Paul. Minneapolis Hinnerck,
Billings Helena (‘oeumr D'AWne,
Spokane, Tarvma ar.d Seattle After
that will roroe Portland, San Fran
cl^o. Ran Diego, Los Angclc* Reno,
Salt lake City, C'.lwyonne, Denver,
Purbo, Wich'ta, Oklahoma City, Little
Rock, Mcmph'* und Louisville. The
itturn 1o Washington will be on
In adi'-rton to the** scheduled ad*
«'ri‘fjff, Mr. Wilron in expected to
rmiki.. «inif ihoTtcr «p#cch*s from hi*
train at into medial* stop.
Although it is expected that the
President will devote mo»t of his at
tention to the peace treaty, he proh
rblv will also truch on the high cost
of living sad othrr domestic prob
lems. It has been pointed out that
much of his Itinerary Lee through
the j wlh'-wd, wber.’ labor ard ..o^a*
u irr*l ha- be*»p nrenc j<ic* -|
Rut the principal mea#sage to he
taken to thf people ia exported to re
•uU to the negotiations notf treaty
of Versailles. Aftvr the wimo manner
ne he went Vo the coin ry for hia
nroourcdnevj jncamrat, his advisers
eiv Hr U prepared to make v>e the
fghl of his political hfe. if nereewiry.
for the peace treaty.
f CrlHt1**! Ripuklicaa Sene
tan far He*d:ne U» tka Ralarnu
Prtwldarf for Labor
Wa«h:n«rton. Ang. SO.—Formal an
oouooararrt by flatnwpl Horn para
t-raairfant of *ho Amarteaa Federation
rf labor. thit the Prate Treaty wttt
tha I<emgur of Nat'on* eoveuau*
t' hlch include# the labor aoetiom
bould bo ratified 'at oner and wtthonl
rmcndmeeti whirf, would »and tha
lrrat» back i0 twentr-eeven natlpne
l.rlndrv (itrmaav, attracted wld*
---and Internet in offlelal and lahoi
Wh!,a Mr flora parr doe# nol nlB
clBn» erneet the Am-rican Whirr* tier
of Iahor nttmbere to awing their w»P
rort to th» CBUre af g,, UMta. m
do* t r'vrrrt* erltl*!,, th« attltudi
..f tho RjalWeap Relation* Cnmm't
t'.. in withholding th# treatv. Hi
than refer* alto to the labor reform
’ li’th roil'd he brought about If th
lahor .action* are adapted.
Daptl.it* at Harnett ooanty m.
till* weak at l.llllnglnn Raptta
eh arch to bold an lat»rro*aloaa| roe
foranea for the purpoaa of hut tip
on tka "m»»nty-fl»a rn'IHos Aria*.
The eoafartnea »a* held Thuradaj
and waa ddkigaatad *» « day of pray
ar and conference
Thl* la out of 41 almlter meat tap
freer tha Ruu look lag tpmard tk
•araailjr trva million ce.npnlg* »• Nl
rata bar 14-Daeambar
premia eat man warp pm apt.
i GODWIN ITEMS
i Mi** Elite Morgan left Friday foi
Wilma where the it • m era bar of (hi
Ifrcult,- far the rooting year.
llr. ar.d Mra Simmon* Yerbrougi
1 cf Irvington, Va, arrived Monday t*
I upend a few Jayi with Mr. and Mra
| A. U. Yarbrough
Muuei Mary Crater and Lucy Bin
haw of Yadkinvillc, N. C., are spend
ling a few day* with Mu* Aray Gra
Wrr. Robt. Burrow, and children
of Florence, S. C., aru .pending a few
day- with Mra E. T. Markham.
Mis* Ruby Turner waa a Fayette.
villc vintor Tuwday.
Mi1* Atiams of Four Oaks, openl *
few day* With Mi*a Milo Jonoa.
Mi*c* Milo Jones and Norma Pop*
pent Sunday in Four Oak* with
Mr. Emmett lldgerton and Dr.
Jrrnlgan wera Godwin vlstton Sat
urday p. m.
Mr. Carroll Morgan left Friday for
Si. Paul to tak, up hi* work again
Miu Virginia Rhode* ha* boon vie
■ting friend* and relatives in Fay
Misv He one Rhodes it spending a
few das* with Mias Ada Godwin of
•dli». Mayme McKethsn of Raeford
■'**nt a few day* with Mr*. C. W.
Quite a number of our young poo
tie hsvc been enjoying the numerous
fox chases. Messrs. Naylor and
* : tilth of Sum peon were over with
•heir Hop yesterday and after a short
hot llve.y chase sucreedcd in catching
a large 'ox. We are looking forward
with aiorh pleasure for the next
Sept ». ipi»
SCRRFLL school items
Several firmer* of this section be
run picking cotton this week
Fiiood. of Mr C W. Whiltonton
wdl be glnd (o learn that he ii im
irrvirg H, ha* been finite akk
. Mi. ard Mr*. J. H EnnU and
..I'ldrrn ip.nl Saturday and Sanday
JJrs. E. ms' psrents, Mr. and
», n- Stewart, near Clayton.
I.indsey Er.nia went to Ralegh
' cdne*day to enter A. A E. College.
Hr will tak, a course in agriculture
Min Berthe Sorrell, who is attend
|>- school at Huia's Creek," r.ient
h". »"<* with her pa recta, Mr.
trd Mr'. J. R. Sorr.IL ,
, McJ *. IU|4»i wnd family
latfJMa vtafting ralati.ee in Samp
T**fc*Jr forjho past f.w ilays.
Miss Hattie Ennis is spending the
Week Miss Verdio Barefoot in
Mo**r* Willi, Ennis. H. T. and
,';;rl WhHtenton attended the Union
netting «i Oa Forest Saturday.
ACf- H. U. Enni.i and son, Lindsey,
• rnt thy week end with rolali.ee at
Mr. end Mrs J H Penny and chil
dren gpci t Bund**- afternoon at the
hoin. of Mr Willie Ennis
Mi*. EHhcr Thornton and Mr. Al
n H *- Leo. of Dunn spent Sun
n»v aftcrrnn nt the home* of Memra.
H. M. a.yil Willie Ennis.
L (sir M's* Ines Ennis cave a party
Sa>ijrday afternoon, celebrating her
**nrh birthday. Several of her little
ifrionds ware present and enjoyed a
oleasaat afternoon of gamra and re
Hn Corr-inns Jones has returned
hi m- from a visit to friendj at Kenly.
Mrs. Lee J. Turlington apent the
,fcV w'lh her parent* Mr. and
*rr Willie Ennis.
Mr Arthur O'Neal celebrated hij
h ’ 'W»» w'lh a picnic at Stcwart’i
/ond Iasi Thuriday evening.
Little Mi <• Margaret Iaracl uf Luro
tirMoa is visiting her grand parents,
Mr. and Mr*. H. M. Ennia.
Mr. Hawley of Kenly is visiting at
the horn, of Mr. Marion Rnni*
Mr and Mrs Oscar Johnson and
children of Benion spent Sanday with
Mi and Mrs. Parley Wood.
Mr. Carlos Ennly spent Saturday
- ghi with Mr. Paul 8trickland al
DICTATING TO THE CHAPLAIN
OF THE HOUSE.
Rev. ilrnry N Coudrn, the bl.nc
who i« chaplain of th.
~,u.**. wm,_w»mvd by Keprrsentativi
Frederick H. Cillett, ipnkir of th<
Pn‘«»» Politic, in hi
wt ®*7,in« d*ily nuioni
. !»"!?.“Jfef "Mot the Cillett inei
-iT-r»“■ deeply moved
3* "dJ. **■*• boon ekoploln of th.
•!ou»e *4 l«n, but I haro never be
for. been U>M that t put polltk* l!
y.t Condrn was Ont atoetod ehao
tain of th. Hoc hjr U. JUpubll«n5
Thr n.mnrnt. continued him In the
po.ition whon they cam. In a iwag
ago The Bepobllr.no re-elected bin
In May. Th, attack made on "Him tr
Speaker Cill.it hart, and humiHatai
tarn very aiurh. B. talk, about I
Mtk tear* In hia rolee.
. The criticism of the Mind rhaploli
by Mr. Gillett war brought to th. at
•* the Homo by Boproaanto
'i'2, Thomas Heflin, of Alabama M.
mM that a Aepablkan Mgb I.
bed*L ,nd. lK* eounella of kit party
cv.TrT*4 Mr C««tan >***•“
iTknl' Mrrua •» nations h
f ni* Mtwtam «poo ll»
I TH# R«MbllPBB mamba*
1 "* **• HaBliTa AatamaaL
v/w" n.o,?’^r » • i*ha asm,
, *: *»oi. ■«* v*r, wtM
' joTt ar Chfta* taaimd _
. changer*. «ho tempi* at Jar*
A^rordia«“> Mr Cemle,, Hr. Ot
Mt mid to blm. I am sorry you mt
1 Pet tier into year pray^ »'
• "I toM tb* »P~k«*. explained Mi
- <*>**_ -that I was an^,^ £
I WJ palkiea »» ■yjfm, I gld m
tefo, t, the trrary peadtng t|
■**««e but *a )aa«na. aorb aa won]
THEY HAVE GREAT
I TIME AT BEACH
Big CUm •«
i Wilmington, Hoyt *.—Altar on, ,1
tha baggait day* of tha hlrtory of
tha noblaa of Sudan, the fall cere mo n
I Ini came to a cloaa loat night with
the grand ahriae dance at Lamina.
The day Was given over to a baainam
' acMion the paMk hum ills lion af
| “froch meat," the more (ever, troat
1 meni of the unfortunate* daring the
ceremoalal in tha harbor island audi
'torium in tha afternoon
And while tha caadidataa auffarad
untold '•torture" and qtialiBod by Be
ing through numeroaa ordoala to don
the red frt of abrinedom, wive*,
daugktora, awaathcarta and vial tor*
enjoyed an automobile tear af Wil
mington and vicinity with a atop at
tha Carolina Shipbuilding company *
yard to watch the launching of the
■tool chip Cranford being tha feature.
Aa crowd* of abrlaaf and vlaiton
poured into th* city Sunday from
all part* of tha janadicUen of Sadaa,
together with viaiton from other
state*, including lmpenal Potentate
Kendrick, af Mtiladelphia. the total
attendance her* near the t.000 mark
Monday waa a general outing day for
th* noble* aed other*, who toak ad
vantage of the rarf and othar attrac
tion* at the beach. Th* Sudan band
and quartett rendered two concert*
In the morning the fun atartad
bright and early Tba candidate*
mad* their appearance of th* beach
unuaually early, voluntary, a* rad
fecea accompanying them indicated
their persecutor a wore praaoat Each
of th* candidate* appeared In a eon
turn* to fumtih humiliation for him
and fan for th* ooMai and joyful
onlookers. They wm rivtn no mat
I Iroir. early morning until aflat tka
ceremonial in tha afternoon, tka total
number of candidate* trod ding tka
hot aanda of lh* desert and landing
son* and faint at tha ahrine being 101.
Ora of the requirements imposed on
the candidate* was n hike through tka
'veod* and spars from the harbor
aland auditorium to Banka channel,
whcre they were forced to take a
«altr plunge From convict raita to
«a«hy creation* of the oriaat. tka
. tinner* and Candida lea cava tka ajs
paanaac* -of t boaaapoHUa small
jaaat of cirrus performer* The *romt
march was the ln»t, when tha candid
ate* (lied into thi auditorium lot tha
_ raeapUdh wa
batter half of I ___
Wive* and friend* of'the nobles v.,,
present for the enjoyable event
The visitation of imperial poteti-'
tat* was on* of tha features of tka
ceremonial. Potentate Hunt, of
Mecca temple, New York, with kia
menagerie of sacred maker* of Arab
ia and other terrors for candidates,
w* mlao her*, taking a prominent
part in th* proceeding*.
A banquet at the Oceanic tonight,
being the regular ceremonial ban
quet, was on* of the big features, a
repaid (H for a king hiring served.
Later th* nobles, incloding thoa* wha
weathered the ceremonial, their
wives and friends went to Lttaaiaa,
where they took ever everything for
themselves. Then th* big dance of
ikrinrilota began, with hundred* of
spectators looking on at>d with pros
pect* vf th* hall to eontloaa into the
weo morning hour*.
The exodus of the nobles win begin
tomorrow morning and continue until
well into th* afternoon. A special
train, which has servad aa a portable
hotel, will carry th* Rocky Meant
no bias back, while apaeial ears will
handle tha remainder of tha crowd*.
All in all. Potentate French is
pleased with tho result* and aayi it
wa* one of the moat tnjoyable events
yet held by Budan.
ICOURT ORDER PREVENTS
HOLDING JAZZ DANCES
Fayetteville Sept. 1.—In obedience
to an order Jaraed by Judge T. B.
Calvert in Superior Court bare, as the
result of a settlement by agreement,
no more "Jan" dances will be bald
in the hall of the Pemberton build
ing rented by the Mooes Club, until
such timet or mesons as to admit ol
the windows of the hall being closed
*° as not to disturb the patient* el
the Cumberland General Hospital,
nearby. The order suspend* a tam
, porary restraining order secured by
, 'he'Hospital to prevent the holding ol
, the dances with the accompaniment
of e “ja*a” orchestra, th* complaint
of the plaintiffs Ming the ‘‘Jaaa’’
music waa detrimental to the receven
, of their patients. Judge CaUert'i
' 103? W'U ln entil April 1
| Mis* Gladys Young returned Wed
I ,ro" “ estsnded visit U
fr.Mds and relative, la Tatam, B C.
I Leurlnburg and Jackaen Springs. 81m
2£* *«»»»n«led by M(ae>oet*
i, I one af thaw number,
y, TV* oldest members ef Coagrem d
•. not recall aay teeh perfarmanee be
fore A wt*e leader weald eat Mr
- don* each • thing Mr. Offlat wtl
t never bder the IM ef R. Mr. Ceedr
*• • brave, op Handing man. Ml
'• f«r«i before we meat to war wM
! a c. »o~< oTESS
The next I
aehool will begin
>nMt condition* _
peet ef be in* the
Eighteen tear here
ted with the |
•hip tad apana
L' L h- 1 n ■«
ntgn ■envoi votk
fourteen fer the
•rhool will eajop
end advantage la
fewer number* fa
teacher will be able l
aoaal atteatlan to
The efleWat b_
hai about completed
ent new knitting g
Mid airy aad will
hot air furaaaa.
•specially waited f«*'
aad win be aaed to ,
Parents would ]
children raceir '
The new North
•-ory ecbool law '
of every parent la
Under ihU rulla, child la
'bia vchool d.strict the eighth
‘o fourteenth Mr ‘ «!»■ palled
*o attend ecbool ,| gay foe
hr entire aebeel d no abeiiu_
•'ll be allowed il authorities
•xcept for eer t reasonable
Parents w.U ha halt moponaiM. for
abaenee of their childym aad a heavy
penally la provided M caaae whore
parent, wilfully keW^tbair chi 1 dr, a
Rem school. A Cota* Welfare ef
^er win aid ta thejpiforrement of
The program fed Jhv opealng of
ickool ia as followa: '
Monday, Best. lfc-at t p'cloak—
Monday, Sent. IK'at S o’clock—
all new pupils (saiapt feet grade
children) wtt report St school baltt
n* for classiftcatioae
pile .should bring tbett lunch aad be
rmdy for regular walk.
Wsdneeday. Sept H. at 8 .’clock—
exaalnattoets will teagtsoa to paaile
who eiA to socerd credit for eer
lain delinquent watt of the peat see
HDOn OttO. W. OpNXOtt
JUUI W W BI'NI
JudK* Connor of Wllaaa. who k
holding court Ibis *«oh and oat
pnto "pop” la tbo pr^oodlnga of hti
roarl. Tho ludga if not hollar* li
lotting thing* lag and walling awai
iimo. rtg iho affair* of ooon an
•norod along in a Wntomatte man
nor. , 0
Tho ponpio am mnch piaaoad Will
Jadga Connor, and ho has boon eon*
pllnonlad rrooty gpo«i bio lair am
1 mpartial handling Of nation tba
An attomop rpooh* of Judo* Can
' nor no a "uiaotar df Ihnoprodoiioo.
hr whloh tba na»*h»oi man Iran*
i hat tbo )ad«* |g nntaonU
■uod fur tbo bon•• Ho b a aw
j who apaaho ooonir M4 omootbi)
I nnd hroad-to'ndodly. and th
ha to noon and hoard I ha bottn
SALARIES THAT CAN
A Story ml Alleged Rwraal.
•d By lariitiisllai
Washington, Sopt. 1.—The House
subcommittee investigBUag nrdaanaa
expenditures during tk. army tonight
mndc public testimony take a in its
showing that tha government
•hell loading plant at Fort Delaware,
uncompleted when the armistice waa
signed, ha* coal the government to
dot. $14,000,000, ahhowgh the sati
mat.d cost whan tha eentreat was let
on tha coat pins basis waa placed at
rom $1,1 $0,000 to $1 .$00.0*0.
The difference between tha sett
matad coat sad tha total thhs far padd
out by tha government for the build
ing of the plant it shewn In Isstimony
given by Lisat.-C«L k. H. Hewkns.
of the Ordnance Department, and
a report mada teat October by Major
Clor Foster, of tha copatrwctleadtvi
siaa af tka array, and inaortod by tha
commtttaa la th. records.
The eoatract for the ploat was 1st
to tha Marlin Rockwell Loadtag
Company, which in tan contracted
"ith the Fred T. Lay Coaspaay for
cooatructiou of tho Mg pMat. aad
•djainlng town to honZ
Boas, tUff. Tat SlaaUa Wan
Major Foster's report citoa some of
■he salaries paid hy ho 1 sadlng Com
pany and the Lay Coaspaay with ad
venes* in pay made after a faw
months service. Tha manager af tha
former company, tha repast asserts,
had hi* salary raised frees $10,0*0 to
$16,000; the assistant wumugwr. “a
lawyer* aad farmer head sal Samar."
from $11,000 to Sit,***; tha eMtf
engineer. from $7,600 a yaar with
*i*o a month for living lrra iism to
$10,0*0 a yaar, aad tha trap sera, from
*4,(00 to (4,0*0. Of tho treasurer,
the report arid: “f i ram sat iMnri
quasUoaad as to tha trsasorar** duties
said they never had beoa able to aaa
th*l k* ill ..akl.. to * —
the towMilfi chocks and alga
thorn of tho Loading Company.
T n Boor is Mlad.'*'
‘‘Please bear in ■led," Mid Major
Poster's report, “that all these Sol
aris# do not coat* oat of tha 1 —f‘-g
Company1! fN. Tha |n i ae aMaal papa
||m Md^ttw pays 10 gar eenean
iddHiouol laad at
i Mhefagg ea
SaithAeld. Sept 1—A lav pertaer
ahip was form ad hara last weak be
tween J. D. Parker and O. A. »«»**
Mr. Parker has base legated hare far
shoot 10 rears and has a good law
practice Mr. Martin, who was ooa
nccted with wm law departaMat of
the nwrunt at WaohlngtM dor
lag DM war, lu recently located hare.
Both mens bare of tho Arm are grad
uate* of tho Stats university.
Saturday MtUard Parnell, a man
with wife and children, ana ad wham,
a daughter, is Married ran away it
la alleged with a IS year eld girl.
Sank Suggs Parnell, ft la clatoUd.
'took tha week's wages of his family,
lead tha girt took hor Mater's wages
Both haeo keen working la the Ivsn
. hoe rotten Mil) here.
I Saturday Marnlag a Milling was
held at the courthouse at which tha
Johnston County Cottoa WarahouM
aesoeiatiea was formed with C. W.
Horns, of Clayton, president; S. T.
Liles, of Wildroo township, viee-pre
j aidant, sad A. M. Johnson, county
'farm demonstrator, secretary. The
purpose of the organ MaMea is to
secure a cotton warshnaoo for John
^fciaaea Ida. Cara add Mai _
ipent Mcwday he “lilgh
Mr. aad Mia. M. T. >otteram aad
Mr. and Mia. W. W. Wlfl^aa m
■MaadJa* the Shrtaara Caarention at
WrlghtarilUBaach thia weak.
»®raBeyC 1, ta Mr. aad Mn.
Owaa Odixm—a aan.
. VS C«rh af AarUr waa
la tawa Friday aa bwrinaaa.
. ^dirtoa Paya. am af Mr. J. M.Poya
la rnlta rick with tyyhotd farm.
Mr C. O. aad Miaa flam. Til lilt
*e*it Sunday with ratathraa l« Baa
1-■ ‘ r of Bwm. m
kart a faw hour* Taaaday.
Uaotamnt Juyw Byala anrired
Taaaday fraaa Cue Trwria, Tama ta
a month with hit raiatriee, af
ter which h« will romaw la eaay Hi
ka yat kaa eight amtfcc la aarra be
lata ha la dlaahamad.
Mia. J. W. laatoa aad MMa eoa,
Bmy Warrao, af Dorhaa an the
Krt&rLr*"- ^ u w
Mr. DiaM kmtt left —-->rr
tar Katoleh whm k, arill aoter the
K**»w of a tat os
m4 Lmoy T.nm< of fmatmoa
*Wtan km Bondar
, “'tr- Fop. kMb o Im
Lhu*»’^A ^ a D
Mr. takan Godwin of
family apaat Sonday with Me. T. D.
Whitten to. and family
(kata. BopC Ttk.
fi*»t itul ‘ ~~
WUmlngtoa. 8apL 1.—Tha fkratl
Moo) ihlp to ho eoaotractod ka North
Carolina (into tho f fironimt nt tap
pod latent tedaotrial porno* ham, MU
with awe-lniplrtnc gnm from hot
war* at tha CmwMaa ttnrmd Mdo
nr Rttlt i atn I tfctlr My uktin
sssr *■* * w o.
for tho Ua
wJmwtf, of tho prooldoat of tho
corporation, wttb a fnO grown hotel*
of gonaia* ohamnogno which trloUod
laxity down tho bow of tho toatol a*
it morad late tha Motoric Cm roar.
—mm and ommm
The Buford tobacco market, aa
wall u tha other market* la' tha
Pledmeat faction, will open aa Bap
Ian bar Itth ThJe wa* nada aoaoa
aarp by tba market* opanlma lata k
Beatb Carotlaa. Aa tha market* art
Mlk epee la that Mate, Varan oouU
aat came to tbla aacUon hater* tbi
nlddte a( Saptanbar. Hawn Hack
a* aad Tarbaro wUI ba V«*r ter tbi
aa« two weak* prapartet ter tbi
•*apt*e of tbatr warahnaaa*. ■ Thai
taU aa that there will ba pleat? n
barer* oa Uw narkat; that near e<
tba lead lac lilmi come* rn a of Ibt
eaaatrr will ba raprenatad By tbi
time tha narkat open* tba plea ten
la tba earmndlaa eaaatrr win ban
•beat Batibad eerie* BAd prop*rim
their crop ter market. Tba taiee ar
(at** la bo naah preattr aa th
toeal narkat thaa ever hetore.
Wmtm *» pram