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3> COOPERATIVE EXTENSION TTOKK IN
<e> AGRICULTURE i
<$> FARMERS' EXCHANGE DEI
<$> , conducted bv
<?> T. M. Mills, County Demonstration Agent..
<?> Miss Willie Mae Wise, Home Economics..
If cattle and hogs have not already Cow p
been removed from bur clover plots there is
they should be removed at once so the cow
that clover will liave chance to ma- land to
ture seed. Be sure to gather all the : as you
seed you can. They are valuable, j and tun
One farmer told me today that he de- j your soil
rived more benefit from his bur clov- j tion whe
er than any crop on his place, con-. cuttisg t
sidering the cost of production. It i at all, b
is indeed one of our best friends, and ! we know
should have a place on every farm. : chanical
Crimson Cloier. ! fast
Crimson clover is now in full bloom
and will soon be too old for hay. It
should not be fed to stock after it; Pure ?
has become too far advanced as there Pure I
is danger of injuring the stock. The :) milk
dry clover sometimes forms balls in \ V, bu.
the alimentary canal and causes One lai
death to the animal. It is very val- Xewberrj
-liable as a green manure crop, a good |
growth being worth as much as 4 to 5 I
sacks 8-3-0 guano per acre.
It should be thoroughly disced be-; Several
fore it is turned unuer, so us to iui.\ i^none .\<
with. the soil. (
Plan now to plant a larger acreage
to clover this fall t>y saving plenty j
of seed. The homegrown seed cost
less and are more apt to give you iiiiAni
good results. If you have no strip- HyAy?
per to gather seed, get in touch with
some of your neighbors and make one
to be used by the community. It will L
cost you very little and I will be
glad to furnish you with plans for _
making 1 After rc
Hairy Yetcli. Up
Hairy ivetch is another one of our
good friends which takes nitrogen
from the air and stores it in the soil t
. , T- , ^ It will ill 10
for other plants to use. If properly writes ^
inoculated it makes good growth id vears wjy
this section of the State, an<l is val- ^is ^me
uable, not only as a soil builder, but while, anc
-also makes very fine hay. If wanted aH# Attir
for hay it should be cut while in full in my left j
-bloom, though horses and cattle are The doc
fond of the straw after it has been ment relie
threshed. soon confi
'Very likely there will be no import- ^*a^' n0^]
ed seed this fall, so it is very neces- * 2?^*
sary to save seed for fall sowing. If gave
At 13St J
you have more than you need, there ^
should be ready sale for the surplus mence^
?t good prices. dose. I co
Be sure to plact enough corn for tiring me,;
man and beast. The farmer w*io If you ar
stakes his all on cotton is risking a
very weak point, me have no guar- more ^an
antee whatever that cotton will bring years of \
-even a fair price this fall. And even !
if we did. we cannot afford to raise ^ wjj] ^o.
cotton to buy corn with. Plenty of mend it. 1
tx>rn will lead to plenty of meat and Write to:
the two combined will lead to plenty
at home and a balance in the bank. Treatment for
| -4 The White
PhotosrraDh by Frank Moore. Cleveland.
IX addition to their program as a band, the
and Chautauqua enthusiasts. Any one w
This company was organized some yes
Following the appearance of the Whiti
The comment from Philadelphia wa-s: "They nu
From Chicago came this comment: "They pi
to the good." From Louisville, Ky.: -If yon tt
***** AFTER SIX \
i Nl^ Liu UK KIDSOMICS * OF SUFF
>AKTMK>T I Woman Made Well
^ ^ ^ F.. Pinlcliam'c V*??
Prosperity, ^ ?- ? - ?
Prosperity, S. C. ^1 Compound
r> Columbus, Ohio.?"I had
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eas are cheap this year, and side^an
no better soil builder than i jflRpip: * j eat am
peas. Sow all your spare | j out hu
peas. Gather as much hay |j stomacl
aciiui,) ueeu iui >uui oiwn |l|j||
i under the rest to improve kin of
. It is a very doubtful ques- i ncr f-e
ther sowing land in peas and i ^ % Mj cv;ci-e.>
he vines off improves it any j pounds
ut if vines are turned under i 118 and would get so weak ;
that they improve the me- i ^ over* I began to ta
! Pinkham's Vegetable Con
condition of soil ana in- | *
, ,, , . . ten davs later I could eat a
available plant food very . hurt stomach j hav
i medicine ever since and I
new woman. I now weigh
For Sale. j so you can see what it has
. . already. My husband saj
,ssex pi.-... y0Ur me(jjcjne h33 saved
)uroc pigs. | Mrs. j g Barlow, 1624 Sc
i i al:.
! vuiuinuus, wnio.
cow peas at $1.00 per bu. Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
\ge .Jersey cow, $.~?0.0O. phone pound contains just the virl
r 214 i an(^ herbs needed to restor
strength to the weakened o
body. That is why Mrs.
Wanted. chronic invalid, recovered so
It pays for women sufferi
settings of turkey eggs, female ailments to insist i
nvbe-rv ?14 * ' j E- Pinkham's Vege
" , ! pound.
IT. M. Mills. ?
County Agent. NEWBKKH^ ASTONISHK
lim nromirn Newberry people are as
iND nEouUtU !Uie ixst-ot acti?n ?f sj
! thorn bark, glycerine, etc
IEQPAIRINP WICC Adler"i'ka- 0XE S,P0
ICOrAlninU flllC moves such surprising foi
relieves almost ANY CAS
tion, sour stomach or ga;
>ur Tears of Discouraging Adier-i.ka acts on boi<h
ions, Mrs. Bnllock Gave upper bowel, a few dose:
in Despair. Husband ljeve or prevent appendicit
Came to Rescue. I treatment helps chronic
j trouble. Gilder & Weeks,
Ky.?In an interesting letter ; Sists.
place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock j '
follows: "I suffered for four ICTCQ TlIC PDI
i womanly troubles, and during AllCn lilL Ullli
I could only sit up for a little
, ,, / ,, . x Vinol Restored Her S
1 could not walk anywhere at
les, 1 would have severe pains Canton, Mis9. ? " I am 75 y
Side. became very weak and feeb
tor was called in, and his treat- world o^goS *It hi:
ved me for a while, but I was cough, built up my strengt
ned to my bed again. After i active and well again."?1
j a- ? - i i Pat nwrv Pontnn Miso
tig seemed 10 ao me any gooa. |
;n so weak I could not stand,j J^thout* SjTSW
up in despair. nChes the blood and create
ny husband got me a bottle of Unequalled for chronic coi
e woman's tonic, and I com- or bronchitis. Your mom
iking it. From the very first lt & Weeks Drugf
uld tell it was helping me \ b v s c
walk two miles without its "
and am doing my work." To Drive Out Malaria
e all run down from womanly And Build Uf> 1
on't give up in despair. Try ' Take the Old Standard
i woman's tonic. It has helped ! TASTELESS chill TONIC,
a million women, in its 50 i what you are taking, as the
vonderful success, and should i printed on every label, sh<
) you, too. Your druggist has j Quinine ard Iron in a tast
li for years. He kno^/s what i The Quinine drives out n
Ask him. He will recom- j builds up the svstem
Begin taking Cardui today. ?"T ?
& Cures Ota Seres, Otner Remedies
Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Ladies' Xhe worst cases, no matter of how ]
>1.. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for bpeciat are cured by the wonderful, ole
on your case and 64-page book. Home J porter-s Antiseptic Healing Oil
Women, ' sent in plain wrapper. E66-3 j p,;,, and Heals at th. tjme.
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White Hussars. who are coining here Chautauqua week,
"ho has ever heard their selection entitled "The Sleigh Ri
ars ago by Ralph Dunbar, whose success as a producer of
e Hussars in New York, one of the press comments said:
ide a splendid appeatance a^d w'eiV'eiicored tinie after tin
layed fcousa's music just ae though Sousa wats there to dir
auk yon have heard band mvsie, hear the Hussars. Thej
?F 1 HA t UK fcLKlTIlKN 1> I'lfOS.
I CflflA St'iiOOL 1>I>TKI( I M>.
f Oiyn Whereas. one-Laird of the reside
L^eigwfl v ector.) and a like proportion of t
:eside. i freeholders of the age
by Lydia t 'A-enty-o.-e years, i;i Prosperity schc
getable Ldstrici So. 34, of the County of Ne
j .jerry, State of South Carolina, ha
I iiieii a petition with the County Boa
almost given j ul- ^(iucatj0u 0f Newberry Cou.nl
x years with
troubles and ' ^tate south Carolina, petition!
sness. I had ! arid requesting that an election be h
in my right 1 in said Sohool District on the questi
d could not j 0f levying am additional special t
fthing with- twQ mills to be collected on ;
i. I couid tlie taxal3le property within the sa
k cold water School District.
nor eat any Now, therefore, we me unders:gn<
^raw fruit, composing the County Board of Ed
:iur i cation, for Newberry County, State
I went to South. Carolina, do hereby order t
at times that I Board of Trustees of the Prosperi
ke Lydia E. School District Xo. 14, to hold an ele
ipound, and : tion o-n the said question of levyii
nd it did not j an additional special tax of two (
e taken the . . ? ? ,
feel like a i mi to collected on the proper
127 pounds 1 Seated in the said School Distrii
done for me j which said election shall be held
rs he knows j the Town Hall, in the sa
my life. j gc]100i District, Xo: 14. on Friday. M'
>uth 4th St, _ , ... .. , ..
i >. 1916, at which said election tl
. i * /-? ' nnl 1? ^hall hp onened at 7 n m. a:
etaDie torn- ? ? ? toes
of roota j closed at 4 p. m.
e health and rf he members of the Board of Tru
rgans of the t.ees 0j school District shall a
. Barlow, a . .. .
icompletely. as manaSers of said election. On
ng from any svtch electors as reside in said Scho
lpon having District and return real or person
;table Com- property lor taxation, and who e
hibit their tax receipts a>:d registr;
I) BY SIM- tion certificates as required in se:
! eral elections, shall be allowed
vote. Electors favoring the levy
itonished at j such tax shall cast a ballot containii
mple buck-| the word "yes"' written or print*
as mixed thereon and each elector opposed
ONFl'L re- such levy shall cast a ballot contaii
ll matter it jng the word "no'' written or print*
E c-Oiistipa-. (hereon.
s. Because Given unaer our hands and sea
lower and ^ the 13th day of Apri]> m6
* 0,ten Ie~ County Board of Education for Xe"v
is. A short berry County S. C.
stomach * CHAtS p RARRE>
C?'- drUg" S. J. DERRICK,
J.. S. WHEELER.
PPE Reedy Hiver Association.
fcrength. The Baptist churches of the Reec
earsoldand River association are invited by tt
le from the Bush River Baptist church to hold
10I has done union meeting with them April 29-3
h CsUorei feel Let the churclles e!ect delegate
firs. Lizzie to represent them. Come and let u
have a good meeting.
rer and iron ? ? n H
^estion, en- Bu.-iss,
* ?1* Ham
?y back if
rists. New ?
5 formula is > f Supply energy. BuiL blood and
swing it :s muscle. Give vigorotbrainmd
eless form. nerve. Nearly twice the food
lalaiia, the value per pound of the best
* ?en steaks. Ccst much less.
25j:. 5(jc.'Sl.oi 1 Made by J W Jacksonville Cracker Works
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also appear as a vocal cboir. The entire program
de," with its merry quips and clever pantomime, c.
musical companies is too well known to need furtl
"The Hussars are immaculately groomed, good looi
ect it." From Cincinnati: "They easily carried off
not only play good musk, but sing as weK. Ttiej
s S E"?io# .*?!??
"! S Mothers! x
m . ,n
id i S ?* the tamiiy trom youth to <
u'! J when you use this old and tri
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ct ! M
at! 5 Bruises?Rheumatis
M jf Mothers: ''Keep a bottl<
lie j 2 Price 25c., 50c. at
?j ji Redpath Chautauqu;
A CHICAGO CHAU
LS rpHE Chautauqua is now entering the great
velous growth. Chicago the past season
j it was one of the most successful of the e
' shows a section of the Chautauqua parade
' world's best known thoroughfares.
, WTlUlfi UJb il-> AL SJtlTTIiJfil.ilJE^T. Defoi
I v. . . ^ debte
I Notice is nereby given mat tne undersigned
as administratrix of the
estate of Jim Burton, deceased, will Ma
make final settlement on said estate
as administratrix in the court o" proj
bate for Newberry county, on Monday, oint
( May 8,1916, and immediately thereafter The 5:
apply for letters dismissory as such ??
administratrix. Persons holding claims TI
J against said estate will make payment YEA:
iauqiia Week Att
nil | KHII. I ?IW > . *
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. .v:jaiw%p3^^qy 8^gg
s are pervaded with the stirring enthusiasm of y
an recall its real humor, nor <*an he forget the s\v
lier mention here.
King young men that play well and sing well an
the honor*. Voices were good, the music was g
f are particularly satisfying and make a tine app
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our cares in comfort- j
& the aches and pains ?
Did age, are lessened jM
iist-worthy remedy? fi
lent | 1
an?Neuralgia * 1
2 in your home" M
id $1.00 JJ
K IB Hm
ide In Chicago ||
; cities of the country in its marhad
a Redpath Chautauqua, and
ntire circuit. The above picture
on Michigan avenue, one of the
e said date and all persons in.'d
to the estate will pay the same.
^drn'x of estate of Jim Burton.
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irch zi, iyib.
Plies Cured in 6 to 14 Days
druggist will refund money if PAZO "*
MENT fails to cure any cast of ItchiKj-.
Bleeding or ProtrudineFi!e?iu 6to]4?i 'vs
rst application Ease and
IE HERALD AND NEWS ONE
R FOR $1.50. ^
.. /./% ! I ru-ri o no
I'UiiU SVIVUt?l?, OXUCIJI V.V1
d will pase muster anywhere"
ood. and iu all respects it's ali