Something Doing In Gwinnette
Comes the Great Gwinnette County Fair
A Real Fair Midway Half Mile Long Curtis Air Ship Flights Fine Exhibits
United States Army Exhibit Largest Main World
The people of Barrow County are invited to come to the Fair.
GWINNETTE COUNTY FAIR
September 30, October 1-2-3-4, 1919
CONTINUED DEMAND FOR
FOOD PRODUCTS LIKELY.
Continued strong demands for
cereals and livestock products are
indicated Ity all the information
in its hands, says the United
States Department of Agriculture
in reply to a telegraphic inquiry
from (I. I. Christie, Director of the
Indiana State Food Committee.
“The State Food Committee has
considered problems and feels
that tanners should plan to sow a
normal acreage of wheat and
rye,” said the Indiana inquiry.
“Committee desires a statement
from you on desirable plan of pro
cedure and what lines farmers
The Department of Agriculture
replied that while the exact world
food conditions for 1 ‘>2o cannot he
forecasted with accuracy at this
time, it is considered sound policy
to maintain normal acreage of fall
"heat and rye on lands adapted
to these crops, and that the need
is for well balanced, same and effi
cient production of staples, the
demand for which is reasonably
certain, judging from existing do-
mestic and foreign conditions.
* “H is important,” says the De
partment of Agriculture, “to re-
Ntore meadows and pastures brok
en up during the war emergency,
and to re-establish crop rotations
1u Pwcnt depletion of soil ferti
l'i.v and afford sound basis for
maintaining well-balanced livo
,slu‘‘k Production. The Department
suggests to farmers the ndvisabi
•ji.v of maintaining their produe
hon ( ‘oreals, forage crops and
h vest nek on the basis of their ac-
t:uiiiul;iiocl experience with these,
a'oiding speculative plunging fn
linha la need production, which in
volves undue climatic nnd price
hazards. —'l'he Progressive Far
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FARM FOR RENT.
<>ood farm for rent. <0 acres in
high state of cultivation. 1 good
C-room house out buildings and
fine pasture. See S. and. Suddeth,
W. T. RANDOLPH.
Physician and Surgeon
Winder National Bank Bldg.
Phones: office 303 Res. 311
All Calls answered promptly
Medici n e Furnished. /
KELLY, KELLY & SIMS *
Attorneys at Law
Office over City Pharmacy.
True and False Freedom.
There ure two freedoms —Uie false,
where a man i free to do what he
ilkes; the tnie, where a man is free
to do what he oust t.—Charles Kiu^a
BRITISH MILLS’ COTTON
STOCKS ARE VERY LOW.
Spinners Are Cautious in Buying
and Have Only Two or Three
Weeks’ Supply on Hand.
Washington, Sept. 19. —Present
stocks of raw cotton in the hands
ol British .spinners are very small
probably no mill having a supply
tor more than two or three weeks
ahead, according to a report from
the American Agricultural Trade
commissioner at London on the
cotton situation in the United
Labor conditions and the high
price of cotton, together with the
uncertainty of exchange and for-
NEW FIRM FOR
Market, Fancy and Family
We have bought the market of Carrington Bros, on
Jackson street and will handle Ihe very best quality of
bosh meals, and also Fancy and Family Groceries.
We are here to do business and to try and please
those who patronize us.
Wo will appreciate your trade and promise to give
vou our best service.
WATSON, GLOVER & COMPANY
Phone No. 80
One DozenSecondllanded, Slightly Used
For sale at Bell Home in edge of
Winder on Bankhead Highway.
W. F. Bell & Son
THE BARROW TIMES, WINDER GEORGIA.
eign markets and the difficulty of
obtaining bottoms for deliveries
of manufactured products, have
made the spimiers cautious. For
none of them have large supplies
at their mills. Where spinners
have bought ahead they have been
content, on account of transpota
tion and other difficulties, to leave
their stocks in the large public
and private warehouses.
It is inevitable that the general
labor unrest, apparent in all in-
dust rial lines should have its ef
fect oil the cotton workers. An in
vestigation indicates that at pre
sent the relations between the
master spinner and his employes
arc in better shape than in other
industries. In Manchester there is
a unanimous desire to get the in
dustries on a satisfactory footing.
The recent cotton strike which
was settled by an agreement be
tween the parties was settled with
a view to a permanent working re
1 at ion between employer and em
ploye. and resulted in a perma
nent and satisfactory arrange
ment more than covering the com
ing cotton year. No further labor
trouble in the cotton industry is
looked for. There is no reason to
fear any diminution of production
for lack of orders. While the cot-
Sold by SMITH HARDWARE CO.
ton industry is at peace with it
self. it is still dependent upon the
coal industry. Coal production is
low and therefore a coal famine,
which would result in the stopage
of the Manchester industries is
A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK.
God set the example of work,
careful, productive industry, lie
created the world, made man in
his own image, and bade him be
fruitful and multiply and replen
ish the earth and subdueit; and
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25
have dominion over the fish of the
sea. and over the fowl of the air,
and over every living thing that
moveth upon the earth. Cod set
us the example of work. Laziness
has no place in his plan for human
development. Your first duty is to
lead busy, productive lives. This
is the first homely truth, just as
it has been in all ages and under
all conditions, and just as it al
ways will be. The Master Himself*
said: “My father worketh hither
to and l work”—Dr. Charles