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V«r* Cs.iw fcr.» iO .*. b^n.l a *lat£
«bi.i • tit •fuj* ago, IS- i.ooi
ago U lx* yiuca cop or I4ftjn by
It* bvlt -vv-Vii bivi .* u»0 pfxnni
p.n- of c.Uoe tocM be appox!
I’Ui ii .. llw Otivi.ly nilUvIiag
fiuiail> >tiL'i,wat whlcii
vv ‘ • - .a* :* lo tf.* loi* to
-*ra twiArt by ch« boll «mvi.
«4m f lAt. I-»t B\-» or nix y>-art U
i-kir lair on*-. Ui-<*ii o>. un erroacoor,
If th«i« iuul li-cn au boll wvevii
to »li sU-t : »• Koulli's cotton crop
11.'.* y.-ar. might perchance have
r»Uau sa LV acreage planted 14,000,
•TJC u* 15.0o0,00o balct. A crop of
tint JIM. even in anticipation, would
l aw k..'<elrnl the pike down to pro
bably he a ?«..certainly to 10c.
A 13.600 000 bale crop at 10c n
ps-1'J would have meant an aggie
gate of 3750,000,000 to Southorn
farmer* for their cotton crop. An
ll.cOO.tiUO bale crop, which k appro
x*' waiely the present estimate and
lauU of ttk a non ixl, though it U now
coiling at 25 eenu or over and should
command So a joui.d or more, would
bn wo.Ui at least <1.106,000,000, or
as vie a poUdd would be worth ore
♦ l.iili'.Otki.KW' Thu* instead of • los*
to the forme,s o( •730.000.000. by
russen of culling short tfcoir cotton
e.op through the ravage* of the boh
weevil, they have actually mad* by
this shortage a ga>n cf anywhere
from 3350.000,030 to <8,000,000,
over wlirt they would hove received
for a big crop at low price*.
We do mot believe that anyon>
would frr a moment question the
probability of cotton having gen,,
uowr. u> 10c or lower on a 14,000,000
or II.ilb0.O4ib rrop. By reaaon of the
shortage at (he eotlon crop due to
the hali.HSdril'i activities, this year',
nop a U plei.-i cor loa* than $1,250,
oOd.bu i cad possibly much more. If
Sucre had w-en r.o boll weevil, it
would barmy have brought as mnrh
.. v7 :r. i,n,i iiSii
I.vV>iu»l I'-.m.,rs an I individual
.wliiiti Will 1 trcaaomloBcly. We
lm»> vi* rrfc o.l wbj two yet** ago
••kalvl xiil ni/Jtstiil foe 3.000
<vl*j ImiI he gvt only tidi bale*. That
v'.smt aim3* Bankruptcy to hint. Si
milar ooml'.lor.* cal it In many other
e.-u aid con* wityb; loud lias kact
oliM.it abandoned rkttou growing.
l>Bt «rt*i. df>e UipfeiLafc.-a to flgurt
out i vf x VU0.000,111*0 la the
-static by lesson wt thii yo.-.r'a u.1
xHc.l'.: ol.xltiu or a loot vf
iit»U>rxb,0*jb at ttf.buO.OtnhOOO dtarme
the ia*i li*ii year*. ur come have don.
la I... io-it;. the f>rt that t*i<: doll
aenv.l lx :h, v-t.ly tV.r* :h~t h-lv V-4
'•! . Jim *i-»et attUBg M \r!:« f.i>
!»*'• nvpinflL.t>le t-cli. vrlu-al 11 ri.
i nc-r 4vr.
T..r fib’./ tf nttwi f.tsiri. .lii ’.1/
M.'v.i -ro' m.’.iT y*.le in yh, it ity
1m->• u-t'-.,#* would iiavo uttrrl,
1 a ! • >n- pi.yortlan of tkvm by
■tu u jl tow >ilre.i !f they Umt pro
;o Bit m i*,-* yicvl per it:.'.
in I. II x.'tiU i.' a gnat cum L
li»»' rtucor. t.cvl-: vf >'• rofld. ft atari
Vv >(• -.eotor il outer til *.»•• Chi
•oibl’a e.-ti'ie -sp'.iy, hat It the M
Ai -:t.’ drr -fr JiotuUr. furioric imay
i.oiii U* yovci' i£ patting to» ihi<1
n*r. -ye into rc.tton >i d lorett them
;-•« iUi.li::. otir-.-r thing*. it will it
.e- •■ •l hv« y.r»ir«M: a Mccing UCk
»r Lihi o iiixu It hr n iicraic iru ly
it bo*s bnpomtbU to few.
Soat-uru fit* r.era into reducing theii
aticov"1 to a .udrcfc.li-. extent to et.
•Wie »Vv *.<■;: on to gi-w c I? a.
nia*l> • MM 41 lac world wit! ta’-i a:
It pro: table price. Sf fhia country
. ron-uoacd, any ta.ddA.fcon v»R< of ply
i»on a year ami He ewrufaelaror;
of pig Lo t hdMnl ape<i prw-ljeina
eo.0M.liM loo* every year, they
would force priaM down la a »>i..
wbat a alt «f ll m wuuM gA Into Wn>
rvpuy. Ilk -itry bn itatu- jw'.x
ruamg, awl whan tlx awffcrl nrrf! na1
cake Unit IiM at a |xofi(, th*y aha)
itwmm taaif ptmta. TT*o farmer amii
iabr* the tana b*uan. TO.. la Ja
nri>r nil Kraap, afSatkar It be la
rtsua ar a**nl or atl.ar thing*
Wtianaw ' tkr .amuu wSI irfrt lb
*fk at a tr>«tr. to kin Cw ampul af
Rat tat a* pal rbt antiraly af Ui>
rfr ath! f!.at Im y«ar*t boll aroar!'
tm ten Ik* tar * I760.0V.XMI, fai
it >0M not 4aa« an/ •Ml. tbinff
Ow«ki Prison Term
Tor KiUIry Hu Wife
fc»t f~ ft Rapa lar taut
aM*> b*f*r* Ja>fcr* Canty* W. Con
w. JnbnC* Ms ran, wbita.
.*• oa. abnip, >1 with \h
If* an Hank tfat nf IVa par
' t^ntp in aaiaat war
*r n«4 bna bantai.aaR ta Ub pant.
Mai; far M panra rathwni. lb
RtU UarrK .atant*. ptan.ii i >aH:,
af bar ar*« wary in tba naibf af
Ifwbart Jkbun. bp Jinan* Ball uJ
n.nat»»4 lb* Maw adnat a* Oatt
of M y*nta mwImp, •# r»W» Win!
CHICKEN SHOW TO
BE FAR FEATURE
W.l« Re A Great Ye«r For
rhkk«M At North Caro
lina State Fair
Rul-rigli. Hep‘_ *.—This Is tu be a
soar fur chickcna ut tbe North
Csrcliiic State Fair. By that n meant
t-bickvu* of the CratUiy kind.
A. G. Olive, poultry expert for
t!.«* State agricultural extension Ml
*'ke, w-o probably knows more about
poultry loan anybody else in North
Cemi.i'u. says so and it* ought hi
ani.-a. fur the Stale Kxir poultry show
bat been Ids special hobby for gear*.
H hue lees Oliver’s idea for tone
litu* that be would get the best ehlek
vii biwilws in the country ta come
co North Carolina to show their chick
tni. Hu could have gotten them
long ago. if ho hod been willing to
hire them to come. But Oliver doesn’t
, believe in doing thing* that way.
t Some flint have what ore called
‘ string" exhibits. That i* exhibitor*
ore paid to show their peultryi They
-lon’t come for prise* but for money
site Slate Fair doesn’t put on that
klrjf of 1 snow.
The reputation of the poultry dl
vision of the North Carolina Stats
I Pair hp* become nation-wide, and it
■a worth something to got a blue rib
bon. But good money will be offered
-**is year also as prixe* In addition.
More than eleven huiulrad dollar* are
offered in the special classification
which is open to all comer* both in
mil out of the State.
There arc no reservations shoal
it and the poultry club boys athl
;irU liavo a* good char.ce at the prises
J anybody eke. And that Bley can
win them in the big classes la shown
by the fact that on* of thorn got ■
prise in iht Madison Square Garden
-how la New York last year.
Then them Is the regular classifi
cation with mom than $1,600 in
prises which is confined to North
km! South Carolina, Georgia, Virgin
it and Ttnnciuee. This Is the regain
department lest has been conducted
fo- many yean. Then there or* *om«
cGOO for the poultry club boys anti
girls iu I heir own departmoat which
wi*d Uriiig hi fine exhibits.
TWO MEN CRUSHED TO
DEATH AT ALBEMARLE
Albemarle, September 5.--Wal
ter Johnson, of this county, and Jo*
Finney, of Clinton, S. C., were in'
Mantly killed here about 8: if
o'clock tliii morning when the cabk
to one of the steam shovels op
eratcd bv the Asheville P jvinj
cotrpanv broke, allowing the »hov
<1. which was filled wifh rruthe
stitne, to fall on the two men Boil
men v»ere employed hy the com
pany at the time.’
Finney's Itody was crushed ant
mangled dreadfully having licen iin
media tel v under the shovel at th
time it frl* Johnson, altlmugl
killed instantly, was not «■ Iradl;
crushed save r<u the hack of lb
bend. Joltnson w as aUait 24 year
of a«*e, and leaves a wfe and on
•bi!d. lip f.imc to this count
hortlv lieforc Christmas Iasi yen
from Peach Vend. Hi* home wa
about five miles we*» of Alhemttlt
Finnes was ahostt 47 years of .ig
and unmarried. Hi* home was h
Clinton, and he had been working
in A It*-marie for only a short while
He w;:s an ttnde of MyptVV. I1
r Norton. of this place.
The body of Finney was shippe*
to Clinton this afternoon, where tb
funeral will he held some time to
At this time it hits not been def
nilCy derided, hut it is thought tha
'he laxly of Johnson will be shippei
'o Anmn ctninty and that the hurts
r ill take place at Peachlatwl torn
k'»* sad past arc* lead the way t
m#m t**» and a ctsamery.
T~ -- - ____
DITHER'S LIVER l!i
BLOOD SYRUP WILL BE
GIVEN AWAY THIS WEEK
An interesting fact in connection •
I celebrated prescription of Dr. II. S.
was learned that weal agents are die
tanrplca of Dr. Tliaehcr's l.lecr and
uttering from Indigestion, Stoi.taeh
r.ch<”«. Torpid Liver, Pain.* in Back,
Laaa of Sleep impure Bluod, Loss of
Weight, Biliousness, Lose of Appetite.
; r>iir:ne»*. Coated Tongue, Comtlpa
j lion, Night Sweats, Shortness of
rVreath. Skin Eruption*. Tlre*l-Kurt
I lovvu Feeling, or vt'no awil a general |
iHe'.gtii buildiug tonic.
In making known the intention of
j 'be Thacher laiboratones to give a I
limited number of free sample* of
chb vniaable inedteino to man, a om
en Ad children, official* of thin com
pany made the following explana
TtniWi Plaa Safe
"Dr. Thaehct"* Liver and Li loo 1
Syrup U not to be confounde I with
iho ordinary patent me.Kcim. This
rreal tonic ia composed only of me
dicinal ingredients long recognized
for their superior powers in ovurcoiu
ibg the I lion-or caused by improper
! working of the liver, stomach an.I
: bowels and the impurltim that poison
"While there ia Ample proof of the
merit of this celebrated tonic of Dr.
Thacher’s not only through exhaus
tive nnslyud| af |h« fprmiffs nnd
laboratory tests, but through results
obtained in actual cows over a pe
riod of many years still it is our de
sire to farther demon strata to the
people of thb section that Dr. Thack
er's Liver and Blood Syrup is some
thing entirely different from the
"To accomplish this, we arc will
ing to bear Die expense of proving
the extraordinary powers of Dr.
Thachar's prescription, both by our
‘Money Back If U Doesn't Help You’
guarantee and by the distribution of
free samples of the medicine to a
limited number of iocol people."
Any one. who desires, may obtain
one of these free samples, fc king
as the supply lusts, by calling on the
druggist iu their town who is the
authorised agent for Dr. Thaeh«r*e
Liver and Blood Syrup and reqee/t
Out-of-town people are advised
that if no Thacher agent baa yet been
appointed in then town, their own
diuggirt may secure the agency and
supply them with Dr. Thacher’s Urcr
a-.d Blood Sr rp by applying to
Thacher Med* Ins* Company. In Dunn
' f Thcch*-i mr-Tit i* ’loot! en‘
Grantham »*•••! the E. E.. Thomas
Drug Co. Ii-*.M. C.
• - • ' —
h *_" •
i!tS the tr«.r<x'uri.on in Dunn of th
Hitcher »»« rilitc!o*ed tixii.y when ii
r'.bhtlitf a r.miU-ii mimbrr of free
•loo«l Syiow »mui;K tJuwc who arv
'rouble*, Hheu mat urn, Sick Ilcuit
DR. H. a. THACHER
Brat Medical SeU Oi
Mraey Back burnt*
Dr. Tkucher's Liver v.il Idol
Syrup has been found *0 pose-'n sot
remarkable qusliuaa aa a family ,n
dicins that it It n«w being sold on
positive guarantee that if it does n
orir.g relief the pure has* price w
Positive instructions have been I
sued by the ThaehSr Laboratories I
dl druggists to this effect- If 1
benefit is received by any one su
ferit g from Stomach Troubles, lnd
jsectio". ltbcuioutam. Sick Hea
icher. Torpid Liver, Pains in liac
Lost of Sleep, Impart Blood, Lo
nf Woijfht, Kliousnem, boss of App
tile, Ditsineiu. Costed Tongue. Coi
■.tip; tion. Night Sweats. Shortnc* <
E oath. Skin Erurtio"*, TiTcd Bu'
| <icno Feeling i*r those who feel tl
; need of u general strength-boildii
I tonic, the purchase price it to be r
: Lamed without question.
ah Mi Black ikste
Positively the only polish
that will shine oily or damp
shoes -No disagreeable odor
y, r. pa^y r,yri—. s^su^ky.
■ WSflK !f m mmmm mmmmmammm ■ ■» —. —■ ! i —
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& THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER
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principal news centers of the Hiate, the Nation and the WorW, by three
/1 leased wires of the Associated Piwsa. and receive the full night and
«ilay double trunk wire service of that greatest of all news gathering
aiiVfMtiaa. Also it baa a corps of correspondent!* covering the news of
tfo Carolina* by telegraph, telephone and mail, supplementing the
work of lu own staff and The Associated Press. Its markets news and
! sports department* compare favorably with those of the big metropoli
In addition to furnishing ail the netea that ia worth printing. The Ob- k
HrErif. * *°d Saui^’ «*T*r •!*?*•*? of -ecnl to non# ia 1
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i Judge Daniels at Lillington on Soph'
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I 8- ptembar 34.
I Governor I«*bm Call
For Japanese Funds
I Raleigh. Sept. 6.— Declaring that
I the people of Xortli Caiotin.1 should
, show their appreciation of the inani
TTTiein ii II ■nnn II inra i I i m
Sold and unusual material blessings
which have been theirs, by contrio
atiug lo the Red Cross fund for Jap
anese relief. tlovcmor Sameron
Morrison todnv issued a proclama
tion caning on North Carolinians to
snlircriEc generously tu the fund.
North Carolina's ipiota of the
fund, lo be raised bv the Red Cross
AL L PAST DUE i vrCET AND SIDEWALK
ASSESSWi£ r; o NOE paid by
OCTOB2R 1st., 1923
WILL BE ADVERTISED ON THAT DATE AND
PROPERTY WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE AT PUB
LIC AUCTION. THIS IS FINAL NOTICE. ATTEND
TO IT AT ONCE.
H. A. Parker, Clerk !
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