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& Clemson College Extension Work
South Carolina Experim nt Sta- *
^ Press Bulletin Xo. 128 ^
Dwarf Essex Rape For Swine
By R. L. Shields. Professor of *
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We cannot rais? hogs profitably on
grain alone. We should give more attention
to forage crops as a factor in
pork production and thereby enable j
us to reduce the cost of pork to a !
TTVc-i- Rone ic OYPPllpnt for- !
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age for swine for lat? fall and winter
p grazing. Rape for this purpose should
be sown at once.
k Prepare a good seed bed, using staI
ble manure freely. (Rape will not do j
well on poor soil). Sow about 6 pounds
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of seed to me acre uroauuasi. n umi- (
ed, three pounds will do.
An acre of a good stand of rape j
should take care of at least fifteen j
shotes for three months. Some grain j
should be fed, using the rape to sup
plement the ration.
The amount of grain required to
produce one hundred pounds gain may !
be reduced of such forage as rape. I
f Can you afford to neglect forage crops
for your hogs?
THE SEASON OPE>S >0V 15,
Some Kegulations Regarding Hunting
With October waning and November
about to loom up on the horizon, local
huntsmen are beginning to let their
f thoughts wander to the game havens.
(Though the season for shooting partridges
does not open until the loth,
[it is thought that already there has !
[been some hunting in violation of the j
statute. The law is very strict re-,!
garding the game, and it seems ?o be :
the general opinion that a rigfd enforcement
of the same will be insistupon
and by those given to hunting
and those who had ' rather lay
aside shooting irons for a few years
Bind allow the game population to in- ,
Bcrease, it is understood that attorneys j
have signified their willingness to
rprosecute cases of violation of the
| game laws without fees, and this;
t seems io be backed up by a sentiment f
that everything possible will be done :
to bring violators to justice.
[ MISS M'UJLUVi vuii 3 ,
L POSITION EXCEPTIONAL i
?ie Enjoys Distinction of Being Only
jf Woman in South Carolina at Head
| Columbia Record.
I As president of the College for j
I Women, Miss Euphemia McClintock
I enjoys the distinction of being the!
fcmly woman in South Carolina at the
Read of an institution for higher learnHg.
: ideed, the list of college presidents
for the entire south includes
HTess than one-half dozen women in
fcharge of colleges of the first rank. To
Held an exceptional position presupBoses
an exceptional personality, and
certainly in this instance the personality
is in keeping with the position.
I She is probably the best known wom-l
Ian educator in South aCrolina.
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two Are Killed in Tlireecorn?red Hatf
tie.?Brothers Lose Lives.
Gray Court, October 27.?Ernest and !
lunt Sharpe, brothers, aged 21 and j
S years." were shot and killed at 9 j
_ mnminor fwn TTlileS frOUi !i
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arks&ale. Cornelius Edwards, aged
fc'ears, is held at the Laurens coun ail,
charged with the shooting. Edards
suffered a wound which is not !
#sidered serious. Edwards is a j
Rther-in-law of Ernest Sharpe. j
fere was no eye-witnesses of the
igedy. Bad blood is said to have
isted between the Sharpe brothers
d Edwards since the marriage of the
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Iuer s sxsu-i iu mu^uv 0
e last summer.
Edwards lives at Barksdale and this
Lrning was engaged in hauling wood
the vincihity in which the Sharpe
Lthers resided. While driving a
|r-horse team he met Ernest and
pt Sharpr about 200 yards from
iir home and three miles from Gray
Iirt. The shooting is said to have i J
un at once. Each of the dead men *
[ sbot with a 38 calibre revolv/.
rarJs was wounded by a shot from
|^st Sharpe was almost instantly *
I^LHunt Snarpe lived about one *
Pffter the shooting.
Kards returned to his home.
m he was attended by a physician
Afterwards was taken in custody ,
Imcers. He was taken to the e
fens jail by Columbus Owens, c
1 policeman. c
Columbia cigar factory makes an ,
age of 15,000 cigars, both large
small a month. * ^
J. C. LEE, Presid't F.
Farmers - Men
If you are going to Build,
We manufacture and dec
Stairs, interior trim, store
pulpits, etc., rough and dr
cypress shingles, flooring,
Distributing Agents for
Estimates Cheerfully ar
for Every Purpose
Will run the chum, separator, pump, electric
lighting plant, vacuum cleaner, corn slicer, feed
grinder, nay press, drill or shredder. Will also
pull your silo filler, especially if it is a PAPEC,
the lightest running and most successful ensilage
We can sell you these and other profit-making,
labor-saving equipment. PERFECTION
BARN r "uKNITURE, including cow stalls,
stanchions, feed carriers, litter carriers, sanitaij
mangers pay big dividends.
AH these good ssol d on a free trial - satisfao
For Fall Information See
J. M. Swindler,
910 W. Main St.
I Pay Cash
For Hens 12c lb
Roosters 7c lb
Frying Chickens 14c lb
Eggs 25c doz
Jas. D. Quattlebaum,
Prosperity, S. C.
Eczema and Itching Cured.
The soothing, healing medication
DR. HOBSON'S ECZEMA OINTMENT
penetrates every tiny pore of the skin,
clears it of all impurities?stops itching
instantly. Dr. Hobson's Eczema
Ointment is guaranteed to speedily
neai eczema, rasnes, ringworm, tetter
and other unsightly eruptions.
Eczema Ointment is a doctor's pres
To enter the contest fill out t
LCC3L LULiCUL Ui i lie iiciaiu a
titled to one Nomination good fo
In the Prize ^
I hereby nominate
Mrs., or Miss
Only one nomination will
Under 110 circumstances will tlie
The Family Cough Medicine.
In every home there should be a botle
of Dr. King's Xew Discovery, ready
or immediate use when any member
if the family contracts a cold or!
, cough. Prompt use will stop the j
pread of sickness. S. A. Stid, of Ma
on, Mich., writes: "My whole family
iepends upon Dr. King's Xew Discovry
as the best cough and cold medi:ine
in the world. Two 50c bottles
:ured me of pneumonia." Thousands
if other families have been equally
lenefited and depend entirely upon Dr.
:oughs, colds, throat and lung trouving's
New Discovery to cure their
E. GIBSON, Sec y & Treas.
:hants - Builders
Remodel or repair, we inr
BILLS A SPECIALTY.
3il in Doors, Sash, Blinds,
fronts and fixtures, pews,
essed lumber, lath, pine and
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cemag ana siuuig.
id Carefully made.
mber Company j
'T A r A
) 1 A, VJ/*.
& Dugas Streets.
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A dependable gasoline engine has proven
its worth many times over in actual every day
work on the farm. Much of your heavy work
can be done by em engine which leaves you rime
to be a Manager instead of a worn out laborer.
Will take some of the burdens off your man,
allowing him to put his time on more profitable
work, hence he becon ;s better satisfied with j
h*Ar? RrrmrK r?f rlmJcerv !
from the wife's shoulders and permits more
time for recreation.
We can furnish 5, 7 and 10 H. P. single
cylinder type, also 12 and 20 H. P. two cylinder
opposed types. Any size mounted on road truck,
: hand truck or skids. Attractive prices.
Further particulars supplied ly our local agent.
Western Implement Co.
INDIANAPOLIS, IND. *=>
Don't Jake Calomel
For Torpid Liver
Stop taking Calomel?Here's a con*
Stipation and liver remedy that's
gentle, safe and sore. Get a box to*
from Hot Springs, Ark., are snrely
fine to tone up the liver, give yon a
hearty appetite, drive the poison from
the bowels and make yon feel splendid
?all druggists 25 cents.
Free sample LIVF.R BUTTONS and booklet
about the famous Hot Springs Rheumatism
Remedy and Hot Sprints Blood Remedy from
Hot Springs Chemical Co.. Ho? Springs. Ark. i
Gider & Weeks
cription, not an experiment. All druggists
or by mail, Pfeiffer Chemical
Co.. Philadelphia and St. Louis.
:his coupon and send *.o the Con- j
nd JNews. i^acn contestant is en- j
be credited to each contestant. !
name sf nominator be divulged.
! bles. Every dose helps. Price, ouc
and $1.00. All druggists. H. E. Bucklen
& Co. Philadelphia or St. Louis. 1
! A Gentle and Effective Laxative.
A mild, gentle and effective laxa- 1
tive is wbut people demand when suffering
from constipation. Thousands (
swear by Dr. King's Xew Life Pills, j -
Hugh Tallman, of San Antonio, Tex.,
writes: "They are, beyond question, ]
the best pills my wife and I have ever 1
I taken." They never cause pain. Price i
| 25c, at druggists, or by mail, H. E. >
| Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or St. j7
Thp "Pinp.st. TXr00PRi
jl : t'V jl. ?/ f ?"? w ?'y v
AVe want everybody in the w
know what a great whiskey our 01
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P Ef m. B-1-.Slfllg '$ *
I |;y, T-:V/vf"'*
The Horn# of Old Scott ]
express collect, and we will refund
Sample shipment of four quarl
| BIG FI
Just to show jon we have just the wliis
one qnart free with Every order for eight quai
Express PttpakL 4 Qts. 8 Qts. 24 Pts. 48
Old Buck White Corn $2.50 55.00 $6.50 !
Crown Yellow Corn 2.50 5.04) 6.5 ^
Blk Spring White Corn... tc.xu i.iu o.uu
e Remember, one whole quart free with ei
with orders for pints or half pir*s.
Study this price list for o.ut prices <
24 Pts. a
Old Lookout Club (Tennessee Whiskey)S 9.00 ?
Old Prirate Stock Rye (very old) 9.00
Old Lincoln Co. (Tennessee Whiskey)... 6.50
Cedar Grove Rye (Bottled in Bond) 10.50
6weet Mash White Corn (Small Tub) 8.50
IjBtky Strike Yellow Corn(old and mellow)... 8.50
*7 1 A I
ii* vruer ?w u*
Express prepaid fco A (jams and Souther]
Get our wholesale and retail pi ice list.
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SEVERE BRONCHIAL COUGH m**"
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! Doctors Feared Lung Trouble, 3
| Restored to Health by VinoL I
The medical profession, does not believe
that lung troubles are inherited,
but a person may inherit a weakness H
| or tendency to them.
Mrs. Kate Hickman. Snrinsrfield. 9
i Ohio, says: "A few years ago I was B
in a very bad run-down condition, and j
the physician, told me I had consumption.
I tried another physician, and Bj
| he told me I had ulcers on my right I
j lung. I quit the physicians and I
started on 'vmoi. xoaay 1 amira
perfectly healthy, and that is why I
Vinol soothes and heals the inflam- |g
ed surfaces and allays the cough, ||
Vinol creates an appetite, strengthens S|
the digestive organs and gives the j
patient strength to throw off in- j
cipient pulmonary diseases.
Try a bottle of Vinol with the un- i
J 2. ? A.7. ^ A ~ UA I
Gersuxiiumg max your muuey wm uo m
returned if it does not help you.
P. S.?For any skin trouble try our
Saxo Salve. We guarantee it.
Gilder & Weeks, Druggists,
Newberry, S. C.
Women Who Get Dizzy. I
Every woman who is troubled with fl
fainting and dizzy spells, backache,
headache, weakness, debility, constipation
or kidney troubles should use
t.'.ectric Bitters. They give relief I
when nothing else will, improve the I
health, adding strength and vigor
from the first dose. Mrs. Laura S
Gaines, of Avoca, La, says: "Four I
doctors had given me up and my children
and all my friends were looking
for me to die when my son insisted |
that I use Electric Bitters. I did so, JI
md they have done me a world of I
?ood." Just try them. 50c, and $1.00
3t all druggists or by mail.
FI. E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or
NOTICE OF MEETING OF DEMOCRATIC
VAtir.A io "V* r\-r> r\]\xr rritfA + V> n f o
?> w 11 v. 10 51 v cii uiai a. 1 neeting
of the Democratic party F$55jj5iS
)f the town of Newberry is W
lereby called to be held in [|T|
:he council chamber on Monday, Nov- ||t|
mber 3, 1913, at S o'clock p. m? to J60
consider plans for the nomination of
Mayor and Aldermen for the town of 1.1 ^
S'ewberry, and any orher matt rs that ]} ni0ney i
nay properly come before the meet- j[ Eieesvva:
ng. fsf nient nc
0. B. Mayer, j|
E. H. Aull, - 111
QUART OF r?0 17
HISEEY 1 I1L EL EL
Offer ever Made fj[?|
hole state of South Carolina to T "j
id Scott is ? a wonderful, fine, I yl I
'ich corn whiskey with that j iI
)leasing, mellow corn taste you
ilways look for in a corn whis- J]
TVia "k^ef nror f w van tn frnrl Hi ill !l / IIIiliilillE
_L 11V ?? < I > X - > i J \r L*. \J\_/ Jtiiu SFl'f |F' J ' I HI
rat how good this whiskey is, BMW,ill |j:jr
s to try me whole quart free
d our expanse. |
Seed $6, the distillery price 1
:'or eight quarts of Old Scott, jj C_
uid we will ?hip you your eight
!uarts and one extra quart, gjgfl
making nine quarts m all. I, d By J
Try the free quart. Drink it disturb
?every drop. If not entirely
pleased, satisfied acd delighted,
return the other eight quarts, a bottle oi this tint
On old corn free.
te for S3, ?x;pres? prepaid.
k6y yoi2 waut, at the price yo a want to pay, we will give yc r
rt bottle (uot pints) of any of the gooc 8 listed below.
t Vi Pts. Express Prepaid. 4 Qts. 8 Qt?. 24 Pts. 48 % I\*
57.00 f.^nic Rye, 100 proof $3.20 $6.40 $7.50 $8.(W
7.0O Silver Wedding Rye 2.50 5.00 6.50 7.0
6.50 Kentucky Pride Rye 2.20 4.40 6.00 6.50
aeh order of eight quart bottles of above goods. No free goods
on pints and half pints of very best distillery goods.
I V2 Pts. 24 Pts. 48 % Pts.
9.50 Old Scott White Corn (none better) $8.00 $8.56
9.50 Pride of Atlanta White Corn (pure 100 proof).... 7.50 8.00
il oo Bulls Eye Dry Gin 8,00 8,50
9*00 Scott Price Superior Gin 6.50 7.00
9.00 Virginia No. 2 Apple Brandy 6.50 7,00
rge to fill same day order is received.
i Express points on all orders for fonr quarts or more.
Buy at wholesale distillery prices and save money. Addre*
ICE DISTILLERY ... -f
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REASONS WHY I
We Should Have Your I
Drug Store Business I
Because you can always get I
what you want here. ?
daaahaa a*iv nvinnp ni*a oltitouff i
DtldltoC UUl putCd flic ainajo
Because we carry a first class I
ofn/tlr in A17AV17 ildnoirtmAnt
diutn 111 cvwjf uwpuiiiiii/m.
Because we guarantee -satisfac- a
tion with every sale we make. I
oniT Kmmlif nf
uutauoc anj cu uut uvu^m ui
us is returnable at any time, in good I
condition, and you get what you paid I
for it without any argument. I
Get-it at the Right Drug Store and be
Gilder & Weeks I
mf -W^juW^-;W'^ ' ?A?J t?; A?/j?
We Pay Highest Cash Prices for 1
give your profits away?ship direct to us by express and get your ji
next day. We pay highest prices for green and dry hides of all kinds
x, Tallow and old Metals, old Rubber and Furs. Try us with a ship- jJ
>w. Send for Price List.
CAROLINA HIDE & JUNK CO. j
CHARLESTON, S. C. , fj
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