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SCATTER ALL MANURE
. Can Be Distributed in Cultivated
Field to Advantage.
If Fertilizers Ard Spread in, Fields
and Plowed Into Soil, They Will
No Longer Give Protection
to Insect Pests.
(By C. E. SANBORN, Department of En
tomology. Oklahoma. A. and M. College,
At this season of the year barnyard
manures ?nd decaying waste eau be
distributed in the cultivated field to a
, marked advantage. Fertilizers con
sisting of manure and decaying straw
and hay furnish excellent harboring
places for gnats, bugs and flies that not
only menace the farm crops, 'but also
live stock and humanity.
If the manure and garbage are scat
tered in the open fields and plowed
Into the soil they will no longer give
protection to the farm insect pests.
The value derived from increased pro
duction on accouut of increased fer
tility will more than pay for the la
bor. The civic improvement brought
about by clean yards and barns will
increase the value of the premises. The
air will be purer and the disease germs
fewer, and the infection to both man
and stock reduced to a minimum.
Much has already been discussed
relative to the removal of manures and
filth for the purpose of freeing the
premises of hog cholera. Experts have
Spreading Manure Properly.
clearly demonstrated that cleanliness ls
" one of the best preventives for hog
Now, If sanitary conditions are bene
iflcial to a hog, sucL conditions are
surely good for a man. A man only
Hives one life, pnd this life should be
?one of practice rather than experiment.
There are no grounds for supposing
?that accumulation of filth and manure
,can have, no effect on the vitality of a
human being living in the vicinity of lt.
If a man thinks that his obligations
are -finished when he furnishes food
and clothing for his family he is
wrong. He should share his Intelli
gence and demonstrate by putting sani
tary actions into practice for family
health protection. A family well
dressed and well fed. but without
health, is no particular benefit to a
, Nearly all the prevalent ills of the
body are either directly or indirectly
disseminated by the housefly. The
fly cannot develop without breeding
places. Such places are generally con
taminated with disease germs of vari
ous kinds. The- elimination of the
breeding places will rid the country of
the flies, and also carry many of the
germs which they commonly carry.
Scatter the manure.
POINTS IN BUILDING SILOS
Huge Receptacle Must Be Airtight,
Perpendicular and Free From
Corners and Projections.
In selecting and building a silo the
following points fundamental to its
success should be kept in mind : To
be satisfactory a silo must be airtight,
perpendicular and free from corners
or projections on the inside. A round
silo, therefore, is the best type.
The doors must be tight fitting and
close together so that a miuiinum
amount of silage mus: be removed in
order to open the door. A continuous
door is, therefore, advisable.
Build your silo rigid and able to
withstand strong winds. Construct it
so freezing will be reduced to the mini
GiVE MEDICINE TO ANIMALS
Do Not Administer Drugs to Horse
Through Nose-Become Familiar
With Its Action.
Don't administer medicine to the
horse, or any other animal, through
the nose. Nature never intended thut
' Don't administer any drug to an ani
mal until you are familiar with its ac
tion, and exact condition of your pa
Don't administer medicine on the
"gun shot" Dian.
MUD HASTENS HAIR SHEDDING
Animal Wanted for Show at Fair
Should Be Given Good Thick Wal
If that old boar or sow you are
wanting to show at the fair is not
letting loose of her coat of hair, make
her a wallow of good thick mud. Also
put some disinfectant in the water and
feed some oil cake meal and a few ?
iresh laid eggs on the aide will help, j
Swans do not sing until they are
old enough to know better.
The tongue is the treacherous mem
ber that gives the ugly brain away.
Some young men will do well to
marry a girl that has brains enough
"Are girls becoming ugly?" asks a
London newspaper. No; only their
The millennium will be hore when
low prices and high wages travel to
Despite the high cost of white pa
per, foolish love letters continue to
Nothing Is so obstinate as a lot of
figures that won't dovetail with one's
Sometimes a luxurious clerk who
steals to live high gets a cell in the
very top tier.
A western doctor says golf is good
for lunatics. Anyhow there's a lotX)?
them playing it.
Whatever else is suggested, there ls
plainly no .embargo on the wedding
bells of the season.
The automobile that turns turtle
generally requires the gump who is
driping lt to turn pancake.
The new dimes may be beautiful in
design, but they won't purchase as
much as the old kind did.
The population of the United States
is about 102,000,000. Now doesn't that
make you feel insignificant?
Now the population of the United
States has passed the 100.000,000
mark. More mouths to feed ! '
"Once upon a time when eggs were 5
cents a dozen-" but ull fuiry stories
begin with "once upon a time."
Science would confer a great boon
on humanity if lt should isolate the i
germ of greed and find Its antidote.
Laura Jean Libbey says young peo-1
pie should love sensibly. Would that
be extracting about half the joy from
Casting bread upon the waters is
probably a commendable thing to do,
but at ten cents a loaf it comes rather
When a man complains that he can't
get on a jury he reveals one of the
best reasons why he isn't fit for jury
An Englishman would rather watch
a Zeppelin descend in flames than see
the finest display of fireworks ever de
Thc news comes that Sardinia has
been ravaged by a oyclone. This will
give excuse for the price of sardiues
The latest surgical opinion ls thnt
cancer ls caused by high living. Then
most of us are safe, for a little while
Judging by their pictures, at least
tile medical authorities who warn us !
against (he perils of kissing are in
People caa always find something to '
quarrel about. Whether it should be :
"aviatrice" or "aviatrix" is now a bone
With vegetables also getting into the 1
altitudinous list lt's up to one of our *
leading actresses to lose a necklace
IS carrots fine.
When a ton of dynamite is dropped ,
from an airship it seems a waste of !
cable tolls to describe the material as
a "high explosive."
Some newspapers are still explain- ;
lng the last election, whereas the real
forward-looking sheets are at work |
on tile dope for 1920.
A pessimist predicts thar beans in
bean soup will be as scarce as oysters
in oyster stews. It's hard to be cheer
ful with people like that.
What has become of the Alaskan
whale that was to have proved a cheap
substitute for meat? Has it gone the
way of the Belgian hare?
"Great minds run in the same chan
nel," says the adage. Proof is found
In editorials which appear simultane- .
ously in some of the exchanges.
A famous musician says that peace
can be established only in a fondness
for music. And yet most music lovers
we've known produced awful discord.
Few women become so literal".* i hut
they won't drop the raciest novel ex
tant, right at the point where the hero
and heroine are married, to talk dress
If the campaign that has been start
ed in the east to kill off the English
sparrow should succeed, probably we
would straightway wish he were?back
A famous musician explains that
peace can be established only in a
fondness for music. People who think
a fondness for peace has something
to uo with lt, please take notice.
The constant strain of
factory work very often
results in Headaches,
Backaches and other
Aches, and also weak- .
ens the Nerves. ^
will quickly relieve the
Nerves, or Pain, while
is very helpful when
the Heart is overtaxed.
IF FIRST BOX, OR BOTTLE,
FAILS TO BENEFIT YOU, YOUR
MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED.
The cruellest Hes are often told in
silence. A man may have sat in a
room hours and not opened his teeth,
and yet come out of that room a dis
loyal friend or a calumniator.-R. I*
FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS.
A dainty dish for a luncheon ls pre
pared as follows: Boll two pairs of
sweetbreads in salted
water till tender. Re
move and drop in ice wa
ter, take off all the skins
and gristle and dice
them ; add a can of diced
mushrooms or an equal
quantity of fresh ones;
melt two tablespoonfuls
of butter in a saucepan
and stir smoothly into it
one tablespoonful of
flour. To this add one cupful of stock
or a cupful of scalded cream. Allow
to boil and then put in the meat and
mushrooms. Cook a minute or two
then add two well beaten egg yolks.
Set away to cool, then form into rolls,
dip in egg and crumbs and fry a deli
cate brown. Serve in nests of water
A thin slice of cheese placed on thin
sliced buttered bread in the form of a
sandwich and sauted in a little olive
oil is a good sandwich to serve hot
with n salad.
Breast of Chicken With Virginia
Ham.-Take two slices of uncooked
chicken breast, two thin slices of ham,
six tablespoonfuls of butter, one cupful
of cream with paprika and salt. Place
the chicken in a hot chafing dish or an
omelet pan with two tablespoonfuls of
butter and a little cream. When part
ly cooked turn them over and place on
the top of each a slice of ham, add an
other tablespoonful of butter and a lit
tle more cream. When this is partial
ly cooked, turn them over again, still
keeping the ham on top; add the re
maining butter and cream with a gen
erous seasoning of salt and paprika ;
turn until well cooked, always keeping
. the ham on top. When well doue serve
a piece of chicken and a piece of ham
to each person. Increase the amount
for any number of people. Serve with
Tomatoes Stuffed With Ripe Olives.
-Scoop out the tomatoes and fill with
stuffed olives that have been stoned, a
few tablespoonfuls of bread crumbs,
salt and pepper. Fry a small onion
until brown; add the pulp of the to
matoes, the bread crumbs and olives;
fill the tomatoes and bake. Cover with
buttered crumbs to brown and serve
Light Saw, Lathe anti Sliin
gle Mills, Engines. Boilers,
supplies and Repairs Porta
ble, Steam and Gasoline En
gines, Paw Tooth. Fi!c" nolls
and Pipos. WOOD SAWS
niki ST LITTERS.
' \s ru i cl PRESS REPAIRS
. 11 111 'STA . GA.
"I used to suffer a great deal
with lumbago in my shoulders
and back. A friend induced me
to try Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain
Pills and I am only too glad to
be able to attest to the relief
that I got from these splendid
pills. They form a valuable
medicine and do all that it is
claimed they will do."
LEWIS J. CUTTER,
Effective Dec. 10th 1916.v
Between Edgefield and^Aiken.
Trains 109, 129, 107, ?108, 130
kand 106-No change.
Train 131 leave Edgefield 11:45
a. m., Rame as at present, time at
Pine Ridge Camp 1:05 p. m., ar
rive Trenton 1:10 p. m., same as
at present. *
Train No. Ill leave' Trenton ll:
lo a. m., Baynham 11:30 a. m., Ea.
reka 11:40 a. m., Milledgeville ll:
50 a. m., Lakeview 11:55 a. m.,
Croft 12:20 p. m.. Pine Ridge Camp
12:35 p. m., arrive Aiken 12:45 p.
Train No." 132 leave Aiken 1:25
p. m., same as at present. Arrive
Trenton 2:15 p. m.-No other chan
Train No. 110 leave Aiken 1:35
p. m., Pine Ridge Camp 1:39 p. m.,
Croft 1:50 p. m., Lakeview 1:57 p.
m., Milledgeville 2:10 p. m., Eure
ka 2:18 p. m., Baynham 2:26 p. m.,
Trenton 2:40 p. m., Park Hill 2:50
p. m. Arrive Edgefield 3:00 p. m.
Schedule figures are shown as in
formation and arro not guaranteed.
Fred R. McMillin,
District Passenger Agent,
228 Eighth Street,
Augusta, Ga. ^
% Nervous? gj
OT Mrs. Walter Vincent, *A
^| pf Pleasant Hill, N. C.,
gd writes: "For three sum- ?V?
5?v mers, I suffered from r%
?j nervousness, dreadful 1^
gro pains in my back and ?&
@t sides, and weak sinking
?J.1 Bpells. Three bottles of ?4
??TS Card ul, the woman's fpS
(sj tonic, relieved me entire
yr ly. I feel like another ra
person, now." [(?)
S ? fe
p* The Woman's Tonic
for over 50 years,
yP[ Card ul has been helping
to relieve women's un
fey necessary pains and
^jgvi building weak women up
jgj to health and strength.
WT. lt will do the same for
?J you, if given a fair trial.
&)r So, don't wait, but begin
@l taking Cardui today, for
*\ J its use cannot harm you,
and should surely do you
<?] good. E-72
All persons are warned not to
hunt or tresspass on lands owned or
controlad by me, and this roeaus
G. T. Swerineen,
Trenton, S. V-S
DR J.S. BYRD,
OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE
Residence 'Phone 17-R. Office 3.
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We always cany a large assortment
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FARMERS, MERCHANTS, BUILDERS,
If you are going to build, remodel or repair,
we invite your inquiries.
COMPLETE HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY.
,We manufacture and deal in doors, sash, blinds
stairs, interior trim, store fronts and fixtures,
pews, pulpits, etc., rough and dressed plumber,
lath, pine and cypress shingles, flooring, ceiling
and siding. %
Distributing agents for Flintkote roofing
Estimates cheerfully and carefully mane.
Woodard Lumber Co.
orner Roberts ana Dugas Streets.
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