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FOR HARTSVILLE. 1
.umor has come to us, and we
have every reason to believe e
that Mr. John Gladney Stevenson,
formerly of Winnsboro,but now of u
Hartsville, and promineitly connect- g
ed with the Coker Cotton Company,
has in mind an idea which is going
to prove a boon to the various plea
sure seekers around Hartsville who a
are wont to frequent the Segars a
Bathing Pool and dancing pavillion, li
during the summer months. The
idea is just this: Mr Stevenson has
in mind a cozy little weinie stand,
which he intends placing very con
veniently near the dance floor, and tl
during the evenings he and his as
sistants are going to cater to the (
throngs which abound at this popu- Ip
lar resort. Such articles, of food
as hot weines, egg sandwiches, ham- a
burgers with and without onions, Y
ham sandwiches and cakes will be b
served in a tempting and dainty n
manner. Also a complete line of
bottled drinks together with the
popular flavors of ice cream will
make up his bill of fare. The cui- g
sine will be excellent, and the femi- a
nine trade will be especially catered
to. We beieve that through this
new venture of Mr. Stevenson
Hartsville's popular summer resort
wili prove a greater success this I
summer than ever before. le
During the interview with the ed
itor this morning, Mr, Stevenson
would not commit himself as to the N
exact name he had selected for his
weine stand, but in the course of
conversation, he called the editor T
aside and intimated that his choice
would be thoroughly in keeping with ti
such a project, and no misun-I r- C
standing could possibly arise. We ti
feel sure that his original ideas will r<
certainly stand him in good stead, w
in the selection of an appropriate la
Mr. Stevenson during his brief a
stay in Hartsville has made a host s,
of friends, and especially has warm- al
ly entrenched himself in the good p,
graces of our fair young college la
girls. His pleasing personality and p3
charming approach, together with tc
his natural aptitude for business, is N
a clear indication of the success of m
his new venture. a<
_ Mr. Stevenson is a' devoted mem
, ber of this post of the American db
Legion and haT always proven him- C
Self aabe worker in al of its od
undertakings. We pause to wish i.
him every success and look forward b4
with keen anticipation to the coming a]
summer evenings, when we may g,
meet our friends at Segar's and for- t
get our troubles, in the enjoyment ai
of one of his delightful weines. t
SUMMER DIARRHOEA OF tc
The following are suggestions for a
the treatment and prevention of this bi
terrible scourge among infants. cc
The State Board of Health, Bureau ai
of Child Hygiene and Public Health bi
Officers and nurses are ready at all r<
times to furnish 'idditional advice o,
for individual cases. a
Babies Lost: 4,456 babies under ti
one year of age died last year in p
South Carolina. t
6,669 babies under five years of ni
age died last year in South Caro- m
Twenty-five per cent of all deaths C
in South Carolina are of children p
under five years of age. t
Summer diarrhoea, or cholera in- e1
fantum, is the scourge that yearly tl
slays thousands of our babies. If se
we would reduce our appalling in- ft
fant mortality rate we must elimi- e,
nate this disease.w
The Causes: 1-Improper feed- a
ing. 2-Imp..: water. 3-Flies, ai
"Summer complaint" is really "fly
The Remedy-Nurse Your Baby: C
Mother's milk is the food that na.. t
ture intended your baby to have. t<
Ten bottle-fed babies die to one u:
breast-fed. Usually the baby should
be weaned from the ninth to the
Regular Hours for Feeding: Feed
your baby not oftener than every Ip
three hours, with nothing but water y
between feedings. Keep the same it
feeding hours day after day, as: is
6-9-12- vbg shrdlu cmwfypetoaicmf 1:
6, 9, 12, 3, 5 or 8, 12, 4, 8 o'clock. b
Pure Milk: Treat all milk as fol- n
lows: Put milk in container, place rr
in pan of water, bring milk to boil- li
ing point, and cool quickly. Keep ti
the milk on ice, or in a spring, or u
cellar-any cool place. A home- ir
made ice box with three pounds of Ii
ice, will keep the baby's milk for -
Diet for Babies from One to Two b
Years: Milk, cereal, toast, crack- P
ers, orange juice, vegetable broth. -
Formula for Broth: 1..4 lb. beef,
cut fine, soaked 1 hour; carrots, po- o
tatoes. celery stalk1 and leaf; 1 pint n1
ater; boil 3 hours; ad ric; bol
hour;strain thr.ugh coars, strai:
Pure Water: Boil, every day, all
ie water your baby drinks. Put in
ean container and keep covered.
No Flies: Screen your houses,
se fly traps; dispose properly of
arbage-Eliminate the fly.
A home made kiddy-kcop in
hich the baby may sleep, play,
ve, during the summer months will
t least protect him from the flies
id mosquitoes, and may save his
A Bath Every Day:.
Few Clothes: During the hot wea
ier a gauze shirt and diaper or a
in slip are all he needs.
Fresh Air: Keep the baby out of
>ors. Move the kiddy-koop to the
arch or the shade of a tree.
Remember the summer diarrhoea
I infants is an infectious disease.
our baby may take it from the ba
v next door or the baby next door
tay take it fron your baby.
This infection is carried by flies
.om bowel discharges. Therefore
aard against the spread of the di
,ase by keeping soiled diapers in
closed container until thy can be
Advisory Board : Dr. E. A.
ines, Chairman; Dr. D. L. Smith,
r. William Weston, Dr. R. M. Pol
zer, Dr. J. LaB. Ward, Dr. Ash
ORTH CAROLINA WOOL
),Animal Husbandry Workers:
Plans have just been perfected with
e Chatham Mfg. Co. at Elkin, N.
, to manufacture unlimited quanti
s of Grease- wool blankets and
bes of various designs. This plan
as inaugurated in North Carolina
st year for the purpose of aiding
rmers in disposing of their wool at
living price and the plan worked so
iccessfully that arrangements have
rain been made with the above com
y to do this work on a greatly en
rged scale. Mr. R. G. Chatham,
esident of the company, has agreed
manufacture not only the wool in
orth Carolina, but also that of far
ers in other states who wish to take
Ivantage of the opportunity.
In order that the quality of work
me by this mill can be seen Mr.
utham has agreed to furnish the
cial in charge of the Aieep work
each state with a pair of double
d blankets free of charge and to
1 those who are interested it is sug
sted ithat you write -the firm
at you have received his letter and
'e desirous of looking further into
The wool will be manufactured in
blankets on the following basis:
For each ten pounds of grease wool
Lpplied the mill, which on the aver..
e will make one pair of double
ankets, $5.00 will be remitted to
ver the cost of cleaning, scouring
id manufacturing the wool. Single
ankets, couch covers and automobile
bes will of course be prorated. In
der that the matter may be made
simple as possible it is suggested
at each farmer ship his wool inde
mdently, furnishing the mill with
.e shipping receipt showing the
imber of pounds and the date ship
ent was made.
Last year the farmers of North
rolina who took advantage of this
an netted from 50 to 55 cents for
eir wool marketed through blank..
*s. In order to handle this project
s year to the best advantage one
ction of the mill will be set aside
r this particular work. New nick
s and nappers have been installed,
hich are especially fitted for making
heavy rnap on the blankets and thus
A to their warmth and value.
While this concern has been mak
.g a good quality of blankets Mr.
atham states that he will be able
make one this year far superior
anytihng which he has ever man
This is a very dangerous disease,
articularly to children under five
ears of age, but when no paregor
,codeine or other opiate is given,
easily cured by giving Chamber
in's Cough Remedy. Most people
alieve that it must run its course,
t knowing that the time is very
uch shortened, and that &n2:e :s
ttle danger from the disease when
i5 remedly is given. It has been
sed in many epidemics of wh >o>
ig cough, with pronounced success.
i safe and pleasant to take
Saturday- 4 p. m.-Bryant Wash
irn in "It Pays to Advertise." Also
666 has more imitations that any
Lher Fever Tonic on the market, but
a ne wants imitations.
823 West Gervais St.
steals the w<
FIRE the rate of a
Only by sound insuran
ed from losses a fire ma)
premium won't break y
We Pay Mone;
0 D A K E R S-Correct developing C
means better pictures. Send your
>odak films to us and get the best.
lumbia Studio, 1423 Main Street,
olumbia, S. C. Write for price
Friday-Forbidden Fruit. 20 and
0 cents. h
"Ae in the greatt cit
his own home town
THE U.S. CHAIN
One of the few tires of w~
be said that they delive
year in and year out and'
The U. S. Chain '
sufficient traction on
road surfaces. It is p
handsomest, and by al
most popular, of the
Fabric Tire line.
' price tal
ni. Cnut ractonrs.
ycu are probably plan
nng to take a catnp
Log out trip of s'nc
,;ort. in which case
you should have a
first class new Wall
Tent, as shown by cut.
SCan give you Tent 9
feet 4 inches by 11
fe-et 8 inches of 10 oz.
"Dcmp" material for
$21.50. or 12 oz.
'Usamp" material fcr
Columbia, S. C.
malth of the"Nation at
million dollars a day.
e can you te protect
r cause you. A small
ou, but a fire might
y For Ashes.
ance and Realty Co.
HAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS ARE r
MILD AND GENTLE IN EFFECT.
Th. laxative effect of Chamber
iin's Tablets is so mild and gentle
at you can hardly realize that it
as been produced by a medicine.
ies ao in
e U. S.
hbich it may
ire after tire.\ '
Cread gives t)
1 odds the
w'hole U. S.
i could get together all the car
ers you know, you'd probably
t their tire experiences had been~
of them have taken their fling
lots," "discontinued lines" and
;stocks." Soon or late, nearly
ed back on quality first as the
nd assurance of tire value.
* * *
>on as a man forgets -the cut
g, and comes to the dealer whc
trates on a full, completely
ock of U. S. Tires-he learns
means to get fresh, live tires
ce in a while but every time,
nerely in th~e big cities, but it
ted States C
DIXIE HOUSE COMPANY
We now have a trucks er
or your laundry and dry-c:
eturn it to you on Thursda
W. P. STRO
this service because of ft
gets from his neighboring
Branch. There are 92 of the
Each gets its share of U.
that the dealer is always
fresh, live stock.
U. S.Tires sell as fast as tl
There is no over produc
plus piled up waiting for a
Wherever you buy a1
you buy a tire of current
a.s full of life and value a
afr th r.;aliers.
p Rubber Crs
ped from factory In easy-to
le sections. Quickly and easily
ed by our simple instructions.
lutely rigid and weather tight.
>le walls in most designs. En
tri g. ' Delightful to live in.
signs changed to suit your
eas, without charge, if general
ze retained. Sketches supplied
;ate kind of house you want to
build and we will send spe
cial suggestions and free
illustrated booklet which
gives designs, floor plans,
descriptions and money-sav
160 COSGROVE AVENUE,
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.O.
vice in your town. Call
eaning on Monday and
y. Will appreciate your
" In every .ection, howrever
remote, you hnd a deaJl in
fejhbdive U. S. Times."
y car, but for
can give you
e service he
S. Tires, so
iey are made.
tion. No sur
[. S. Tire
ethe day it