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E Special .to Tie Herald and News.
lv Clemson College, Feb. 19.?For
dem:nstrators from every part of tl
K Stat? assembled at Clemson College c
^Nj^sday, February 12, for their sem
numl meeting, which lasted fro
Vhurslay morning to Saturday afte
W "noon. Vape's, lectures, and address<
f. of grea&pratical value were heard I
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Bthe agents, besides the general di
Jm cussions, vhich were perhaps mo
W valuable of all.
; One cf the principal features of tl
meeting was tne annual report of \
"W. Long, State demonstration agei
and superintefcgent of the extensic
work of Clemson College. Mr. Lor
^ had just completed his report to ser
W~ to Washington and he read it to tl
J agents, who received great encourag
ment from the shewing it made of tl
\ great total which their work durir
the year amounted to. Among mar
interesting figures the report shov
the actual amount of wealth addad 1
the agriculture of South Carolina 1
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ine extension worn .11 121.5 10 oe ?9*247,374.
This amount reprr-sents on!
P^-the work which t.'.ie agents had chars
^ of and does not take >n consideratic
m the vast total of wealth added by I
good influence of the demonsrators.
Dr. W. 'M. Riggs, presided 0f Clen
som spoke on the Lever bill, Mr. 1
E. Lavely, of Washington, demonstn
tor field agent for South Carohn
Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi ou
lined a -systematic crop rotation whic
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' also spoke on the fertilizer situatic
Mr. D. R. Coker. of Hartsville, ma
au address to the agents in whicfn
f devoted most of his time to a disci
eion of the Williamson plan for gro
ing corn. He gave the result of i
periments made on his famous pis
breeding farm which showed t
Williamson plan to be a certs
method of increasing corn yields. 3
Coker also talked of the value
Abruzzi rye as a cover crop.
I Prof. Hutchinson, of Clemson C<
lege, spoKe on tne neea 01 seea sext
tion. Prof. Earle on motive po^
on the farm. Prcf. Conradi on ento
ology, and Prof. Shields on live stoi
Mr. Bradford Knapp, of Washingt*
agent in charge of all the demonst]
tion work, and Dr. Kellerman,
Washington, government bacteriolog
will, as usual, gn
ns the very best i
iyesJ Puritan La\*
r of the highest U
25 cents lb.
iyes' Lawn, price 1
iyes Royal Liner
r and 2 Packs
rER GOODS FOR SAME M
_ Book and C? J
House of a Thousand T
^ spcke this morning. Mr. Long presid- ;
^ Those present, besides Mr. Long
<S were: S. F. Reid, Abbeville; Ashton
^ i Hsad, Aiken; J. W. Rothrock, Ander|son;
A. M. Sanders, Barnwell; J. S.
| Hearsey, Beaufort; B. M. Hudson,
ie i Berkley; J. F. Claffy, Calhoun; W. M.
>n Frampton, Charleston; F. McCluney,
1_ Ccerckee; R. L. Cunningham, Chester;
m W. J. Tiller, Chesterfield; C. A. :MeFadr"
| din. Clarendon; J. B. Muldrow Dar~3jlingion;
D. L. McAlhaney. Dorchester;
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i K. ix)to, i^agneia; n. n. ueiuiuun,
s" | Fairfield; W. T. J. Lever, 'Fairfield; J.
st 10. Finkles, Florence; J. A. Riley,
j Georgetown; W. P. Stewart, Greenie
| ville; W. M. Cauthen, Greenwood; Geo.
V ! F. Hannah, Hampton; M. W. Wall,
at Horry; L. B. Altman, Jasper; F. H.
>n ' Arrants, Kershaw; C. L. McMannus,
ig Lancaster; L. X. Welclh, Lee: L. W.
*ri ' Sh^alv. Lexington: Colin McLaurin.
lu ? w._ '
le Marion; M G. Holland, Oconee; F. M.
e_ Crum, O'angeburg; T. Q. Bo wen, Picket
ens; J. M. Xapier, Richland; J. F.
: Ezell, Spartanburg; J. F. Williams,
iy Sumter; F, W. Carnell. Unio^; T. 0.
i*s E^ps. WiMiamsburg; J. R. Blair. York; j
ro A. A. "McKeown, York. Besides these I
)v there were W. H. Barton, assistant i
' + ncrci-ni r> tl fl ir> fiiartTQ nf tllO H'OC'- !
? tJUltr a5?. Ill cx n \a. hi v 11U1 jjv, VJ. k?jl\s
ly ern district. W. R. Elliott, of Winnsre
boro, in charge erf the central district;
>n and L. F. Baker, of Bishopville, in
ie ' charge of the eastern district.
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1_ The Junior-Senior dancing club held
| its annual Valentine dance last night
a"! in the dancing hall. A large crowd
a> was present. Another dance wiill be
given this evening.
, The Columbian literary society held
its annual celebration last Staurday
night in memorial foall. A large crowd
!*? present and every one enjoyed the
ls~ exVcises, especially the debates.
H a ?
'x~ KoVlCE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
n Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, will on the 24th day of
Lm j February, 1914, at 11 o'clock A. M.,
,Ir; in the Probate Court for Newberry
01 . County, South Carolina, make final
j settlement as Adminstrator of the
5l- ! Estate of Mrs. Susan E. Eddy, de5C
ceased, and -will immediately thererer
after apply for a final discbarge as
m- j said Administrator. All persons in2k.
i debted to Rnla\ arA notified to
i -?m> vowv*' " v **"'
311, make immediate settlement, and all
ra-1 persons holding \ claims against said
of j estate will !iie thfe same, duly proved
ist! according to iaw\ with BleP.se and
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Blease, Attorneys at Law, Newberry, j
Geo. W. Eddy,
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.fi
All tax payers of the town of Silverstreet,
S. C., are hereby notified
tlvt the tax books of said town are
open for the collection of taxes for
the fiscal year commencing January 1,
1913, and that all persons who fail
to pay their taxes on or before March
1, 1914, will have to pay in addition to
their taxes the penalty allowed by
G. T. Blair,
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Laying || Roup l| |
i ionic ?g Hameoy
A Rrrularor and Tonic, gSyt A Preventive an.! Rciw.ly. j
Puss whole flock in ionrii- Ks Fowls tike ihcir u.r.i incJi- jiSs i
tion. Satisfactory results or 3H ci"c. Keep on hand and Bjga
money back. 25c, 50c and JH save your (lock. 25 cents, CM !
SI. In pails $1/0 and Si 50 ccnts and $1.00
ASK FOR CONKEY'S FRKE POULTRY BOOK Br !
GILDER AND WEEKS.
Newberry, S. C.
TO DRAW JURY.
Notice is hereby given that we, the 1
'infv nAmmi'pOlAnorC fnr !
UIIUCI digliUU JUi J Uy 4.VA
Newberry county, S. C., will, in the office
of the clerk of court, at 9 o'clock
a. m., February 27th, 1914, openly and
publicly draw the names of twelve:
men who shall serve as grand jurors
for one year.
We will also at the sztae time and
place draw the names of thirty-sis
men who shall serve as petit jurors
at the court of general sessions, which
will convene at Newberry, S. C...
March lbtn, iyii.
Jno. L. Epps,
Eug. S. "Wert8,
Jno. C. Goggans,
Jury Commissioners for Newberry
/Feb. 16tzh, 1914. ___
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