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Abbeville Press And Banner Newspaper Archives Jun 23 1920, Page 4

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Abbeville Press and Banner (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Abbeville, South CarolinaEstablished 1844. The press and Banner Abbeville s. C. I the press and Banner company published Tri weekly 1 monday wednesday and Friday. Telephone no. 10. Entered As second class matter at Post office in Abbeville s. C. Terms of subscription one year 2.00 six months 1.00 three months .50 wednesday june 23, 1920. I a fair Price. Or. Bryan in his commoner this week outlines in a Vay what the democratic platform As he sees to will be. There Are several issues on which he thinks there will be a fight but there1 Are others on which he thinks the convention in san Francisco next week will be agreed. Among the planks which he suggests will surely be adopted is one demanding profit fixing in every line of business. I we Are not prepared just now to go the whole Way with or. is after the profiteer it is True and the profiteer must be curbed in some Way. There is reason in his argument to be sure. He claims that the rain Racis nov to Ticu Iutmui limited that the telephones and other Public utilities have a Price fixed beyond which they cannot go and even the private Money Lender is confronted with usury Laws forbidding the lending of Money at More than a fair wage for its use. He argues from these facts that the Man who deals in the necessities of life should likewise be limited in the prices which he charge the his profits should be regulate. We assume that or. Bryan is willing for the broker and the retailer to make a profit which will enable them to live and Prosper As other people live and Prosper but he is not willing that they should charge More than what is reasonable in the Way of profits j there is at least something to think about along this line. In some of the states and in Georgia jus j now there is what is called a Fai j Price commission which is fixing the prices at which Many of the Necessia j ties of life must be sold by the re Tailer. Hie profits Are limited. Per haps we shall come to the same thins in the buying and Selling of othe i things. It seems to us however that re Lief will come from the employment j of other methods. What the country i really needs is. Better marketing a j Wilities and better business methods in baying and Selling commodities t there is a Cotton Mill in new England we will say that wants All the r Long Staple Cotton which will be pro 1 a Little slow lately in fact de do not put it up fast enough for Sor of the boys and they Are afraid the they will not be Able to pay much j come tax next year unless he i Gers a Little. But while there is this dissatisfaction we would like to inquire we More they would have to expect fro a Man who has no Price at All for. Cd ton does will not know that Cott is the Money crop of the countr and that the Money \ will have depends entirely on to Price the Cotton brings then if does Why does he not name his Pri for Cotton is it higher or lower Thi 1.89? that is what John Gray Ai the boys around Antreville As Well the boys everywhere else would lil to know if the figures which w has in mind Are less than x.89, we make a change then again How does will stand reduce one third and How w must speak up and now i the tin to talk. To erect Cotton warehouse Columbia june 22.the Intel Jive Campaign to be conduct throughout South Carolina Divisio f the american Cotton association he United states department agriculture the state warehouse Board and the states relations Sei Rice of Clemson College looking t he erection of warehouses the s using of Cotton graders and Bette marketing conditions will open a Anderson on july 15th. Announce nent to this effect was made i Columbia today by or. W. W. Lonj f Clemson College who will be i Ector of the Campaign real evening the of Cut co operating agencies there will be Thiee big state wid Tiee Tings the first at Anderson of uly 15th, the second at Orange org on july 16th and the third a Kershaw on july 17th. Following hese there will be four Partie opposed of three men to a part who will tour the state Holdin meetings in very county. In thes arties will be some of the Bee mown men of the state and als specialists in marketing Ware housing Garding Etc. The itinerary f the state wide Campaign will b inn bounced later. The meeting at Anderson will b resided Over by j. Skottowe War lawmaker president of the Amer Greenwood by Greenw a n t our mis mess is 1 o Don t waste the Sui this time m prep Arii in the Early fall. A wonderful courses Book Keevins. Shor a / ing. The courses and the Cost to you us today for inform Greenwood b1 Greenw and can Cotton association and by re sides or. Wannamaker speech be will be delivered by govern for Cooper senator. N. B. Dial and co ire t. J. Shackleford of Georgia Ich the Orangeburg meeting will pc me addressed by or. Wannamake ice governor Cooper and w. I ast Stone of Baltimore. A the Kex Shaw meeting will be a dressed by or. Wannamaker forum congressman a. S. Lever a Clarence h. Poe editor of the Pri i Gressie Farmer. No among those who will take a �1 in the county meetings will be of be Mer governor r. I. Manning Davi and r. Coker of Hartsville form be congressman lever r. M. Mixson a b. Harris j. Skottowe Wann 1v" maker l. I. Guion t. L. Mannini a j. Clifton Rivers j. If. Claffey i ids w. Watkins j. A. Evans head to the Extension work of the Depar nement of agriculture. Henry j a Johnson District agent of ext i on Sion work and a. A. Mckeown District agent or. W. H Mill. Spei a palist in organization work and it e. Winters specialist in Fertil Zers. A or. Long yesterday said that the objects of this Campaign wer w three fold up first to establish the necessary it warehouses in each county. Is second to discuss and secure i in the people look with favor on thes proposition Cotton graders for acne county. Third to increase the member a ship of the american Cotton Assn citation. Or. Long said that a Survey half just been completed in every count a of the state of the warehouse facilities. This Survey had deter mined the amount of available 5 warehouse space and also the y amount necessary to be constructs be in order to warehouse the crop h the different counties. The Surve in each county was made by the county demonstration agent to in Bankers two Farmers and a mei1 chant. 88 the warehouse space in South e Carolina today or. Long said i just sufficient to take care of 200, 000 Bales or about one seventh o the average crop. N the committee in each count which made thes Urvey has submit be Ted recommendations As to the Loca Tion of the warehouses proposed t be erected. This information will b in the hands of the Campaign Par ies so that the question of Neces i sary warehouse space can be Intelli i gently discussed at he meetings. B. F. Swetenburg the Southern railway Neri a bulletin for june has the following notice of the death of or. Sweten 0 Berg who was agent for the us Thern in this City for Many years a. F. Swetenburg in service 3? years and for the past 1$ years i agent at Abbeville s. C. Died 01 n april 24th at the age of 66 years for Swetenburg was the oldest agent on the Spartanburg division in Point of service. His entire career with the company was characterized by unswerving loyalty n and Devotion to to courting Corners. P s col. Bob Mabry is building a Nev y room on his House on Greenvill � Street Annex and going to finish e off with a wide porch with Severa Tod courting Corners. O i Don to buy a Mower y until you have investigated the Johi e Deere Dain. Simple but efficient strongly built yet Light of draft e we wll take pleasure in showing you i it s Superior Points i j. Allen Smith or. Siness College Doci s. C. Train for Success. Amer months spend Tig for a Good position re Are now arranging for summer study in than and typewriter fall guaranteed is very Small. Write lation. Siness College Oody s. i a we drop in 1 i and see our new dispel a t shirts ties belts and it a r r. Id / or there s one thing about the men t Ings you find re not o in style and Comfort but th1 t through and through r i 100 cents Worth of Wear for Yoi 1 y showing. I Parker i s a 0 a _. I All shoe s White shoe they Don t All fit As this St s j m and you Are simply out o i if you Don t get the prope 11 imperfections in this Clas make Youl feet look Ridic i you will find our stocks service unsurpassed. 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