ITHVRSRAY, MAY 5, 1921.
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Yhe weather man in Atlanta says that
spring Ims not yet come.
One thing you can say for South Georgia,
she is right on the spot when it cornea to
shipping sweet potato plants to North Geor
We have never yet found a Joh that en
abled us to lie on hand every afternoon at
the hall park as a lot of fans do in Atlanta.
The teachers of Georgia opened their con
vention in Atlanta this week with a big din
ner. This goes back to that old saying that
the way to reach a man’s heart (and his
mind too) is through his stomach.
The cotton acreage for 1921 has beeji es
timated at 2. r >,000,000 acres as compared with
:tr>,ooo,ooo acres in 1920. With tills large
decrease in acreage and the great falling off
in the use of fertilizers the 1921 cotton crop
ought to come down right along.
President Harding’s slogan, “Less govern
ment in business," is just to our notion. Ev
ery time the government meddles with the
business of the country it makes a mess of It.
Government control and government owner
ship of public utilities will paralize these
A Ballet Master Speaks.
Even the teachers of Jazz dancing are get
ting disgusted with it. They are beginning
to realize the baneful effect it has upon those
that engage in it. Louis 11. Calif, a ballet
master, of New York, in addressing his grad
uating class this week, said:
“Maidenly modesty lias been supplanted by
brazen vulgarity. Bare knees are becoming
a sign of adolescence. The lip stick and
rouge box go with curls and the girl who
wears a corset Is actually known as a prude.
Jazz dancing and music are to blame. The
wild, sensuous moan of a saxophone trans
planted from the Barbery Coast honky tonks
takes the place of the lyrics twang of a lyre.
Where a delicately curved ankle formerly
peeped from a billowy sea of lace in tlie
stately minuet, a half dressed girl boldly
shivers in an epileptic seizure under the
glare of a spotlight. Unless it is stopped by
legal enactment, dancing in America will be
come as great a menace as the corner sa
Price of Farm Produce.
We hear a great deal of complaint on the
part of She farmers about the low price of
farm products. Butter, eggs and other pro
ducts of the farm are not bringing now more
tliun half us much as they were sold for
a year ago. Not only is there a gcuerul fall
ing off In the prices of all products, but one
tiling that depresses the price of butter and
■ eggs and such products of the farmer is the
aepDeity of money on the part of those who
would buy these goods. People Who live iu
the towns where such products are sold just
lwveu’t the money witli which to buy these
things. On this account the demand lias
greatly fallen off, and hence the price will
fall off just In proportion to the decreased
On the other hand, our farmer friends
should remember that all- other things that
they meed in their everyday life Is falling
-off too. All kinds of dry goods, hats, shoes,
etc are much, cheajier than they were a year
ago' and Just us soon as the factories and
railroads can get wages down on a tevcl w “*
the income of the farming class, ami
goods from cheap cotton appear on the uia -
Jet we can look for still cheaper manufuct-
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moot, watch your expenditures, am .
come out of tb■ se times of depression
good shape ns any other class.
Meet Friday Afternoon
There will he a business meeting o',
the Parent -Teacher Association of this
city at the school auditorium Friday
afternoon of this week at 3 o’clock. All
members are urgently requested to be
present as business of importance will
come before the body.
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