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COOPERATIVE EXTENSION WO
<? FARMERS' EXCHAN
^ T. M. Mtfls, County Demonstratio
^ Miss Willie Mae Wise, Home Econ
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<&ntiB#e to sow Cover Crops.
if your -cotton fields are left bar?
during the "winter the rtains will leach
away much plant food that may bd
conserved by a growing crop on the
land. Remember that a goodgrowth
of clover or retch is worth more for
fertilizer than several sacks or guano
to tiie acre.
dow plenty of small grain for teofl
^d food. No farmer can long sue
JPCCU w iiv ucycuua uyuu i/uji itou
lor his animals and food for his laborers.
The one crop system is keepiag
the south poor. Diversify. Raise
more grain and hay and consequently
more livestock and market your*
fca? and grain^through your livestock
ia the products of meat and buttw
etc., and return & large part of the
fertilizer value of the hay and grsin
to the soil. Raise cottun as a surplus
crop. Not to buy food with.
Sow oats and vetch, crimson clover,
and bur clover patches for seed. Don't;
depend on importing se^d year after
year. You can raise -.nem just as
dheap as the other fellow can, then
you save freight, and the seed men's
profits. Besides when you have your j
own seed, it saves you the trouble or
"cussing" the seed man for selling
you baa seea. iou mow wuai .w*
Remove mounds from peach trees
and destroy what borers may have
hatched out, before they have time
to bore into the tree. Now is the
time to fight the borer tnat saps tbe
life from your trees at the fact of the
Select seed corn from the field. Bei
40 H. P.
Since the announce]
present series of cai
months ago, Studebf
tablished itself as
erade, medium price
In the last fourte
Studebaker has mat
more 7-passenger F
were ever made bei
riod of fime.
In the last fourteen ;
- debaker has increas
ness over 100 perce
production of 37,00C
it has increased to s
of 75,000 cars a yea
These records are fa
nifip.ant than anv r
track record. They
established by pub
They mean that the
buy motor cars have
the value, quality ai
Studebaker cars and
orders for more car;
wcic kjvj. l
of cars in the same <
Remember that Stuc
ness is not merely lo
When Studebaker le
in cities like Detioit
Minneapolis, San Fj
leadership has been
in a far more natura
We have a few cai
range for yours befo
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TlliE A>D HOME ECONOMICS <*>
n Agent Frosperity, s .\J
omics Prosperity, S. C. ^
f fore gathering your oorn put on a
| cotton lap and select a large number
| of choice ears from desirable stalks.
It is a very bad habit to depend on
( selecting seed from the crib in the
i spring of the year. Possibly all youi
i best corn has already been fed to
stock. Besides arter corn is in the
crib you cannot tell what kind of
stalk the ear- grew on or anything
fsahout its environment. Keep in mind
; an ideal stalk and ear and select as
near to your ideal as possiDie. naming
of poor seed is largely responsible
for low yields of corn In South
! Carolina and careful selection will do
much towards improving your corn
and increasing the yield per acre.
After selecting, take good' care of j
oorn, keep dry and free from insects.!
etck and oats mixture, $1.00 per
Pure Doiroc Jersey pigs and shoats.
Red Rust-proof Seed Oats.
Seed wh9.1t by several
Good milch cow by several.
MORE LIVESTOCK RAISED
Southern Finds it Necessary to Establish
a Fast Daily Service.
Atlanta, Ga? Oct. 3.?Cattle, hogs,
and sheep are now being grown in
the South to such m extent that the;1
I Southern railway has found it nec-1
1 essary to establish a daily fast live
| stock service from i?olnts in Western]
r I WWII II
t* ' 1 . J _ 7 1 f~\
ment 01 its ueuaser oais
rs, fourteen ly satisfactoj
iker has es- politan centr
the world's appearance a
er of high great farmin
id cars. die west whe
en months, try roads is
ie and sold mountainous
SIXES and where power
OURS than Pacific Coas
fore by any on hard, fa
r a like pe- good roads, i
' 1 I . ] i_I.
monins, siu- ueeu useu ui
ed its busi- met every
:nt. From a thus at an a\
I cars a year, tion and m?
i production car, so low t
v -1* .Li- _ n
r. Deaeve uie n,
r more sig- them to you.
oad or race They have in
are records of the Golde
lie demand. public of the
people who accordingly j
} recognized ker Car the 1:
? /? j_ _ _ ?. 'A. _
na service 01 uie mat it ct
have placed car?orders i
s than ever If you wish t
or any make thatxyou ar
:lass. value for tl
lebaker busi- guarantee of
cai, it is na-. for durability
oric? i-n colnc if" hppri
UUO 111 OUIV/O AW -LX^VW
, St. Louis, stamp of nati
:ancisco, its Such a car is
established an experimei
] way. Stu- en and sure i
THE CAR OE THE GOLDEN CHASSIS
T"x. n n 4 n
5 i UULCANC.K
s for immediate delivery. Y
ire the p. ice is higher.
McHARDY MO WE
>00 STUDEBAKER CARS PRODU
North Carolina, East Tennessee, acdf
Southwest Virginia to eastern and
southern markets and to Virginia
feeding grounds; an-t from Al*D?maj
j points to the St. Louis, Lo-uisrlle aad j
Cincinnati markets. This is in addi-:
tinn tn tho rlfli'lv fast fiOTYirv* from
St. Louis to Atlanta to handle the'
inbound movement of horses and'
mules for the Southeastern and j
Carolina territory. I
Stock from points in Western Car-;
olina, East Tennessee and Soutnwest
Virginia will be consolidated at AsheonrJ
win in 1 t tsp i n c t A
CL i-kVi. J, UU ^
Spencer where the Southern has provided
elaborate facilities for feeding,!
vratering and resting stock. Stock
for the St. Ixmis market will be conntrated
at. Birmingham and moTei
to St. Louis on the special lire stock \
trains of the Mobile and Ohio Rail-,
The special service from fit. Louis
to Atlanta is in connection witii tire'
Mobile and Ohio, leaving St. LouiaJ
6:00 P. M., arriving Birmingham!
6:00 P. M., next daj, leaving Blrna-i
ingham over the Southern at 7:?0|
P. M., arriving Atlanta 3:00 A. M..!
[giving a through run -without neoes-j
sity for feed stop enroute. Prom At*!
lantii. special fast service is provided i
over the Southern to points in Geor- j
gia, South. Carolina, North Carolina
i and Florida.
Malaria or Gils 4 Fever!
Prescription No. 666 is prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Five or 6ix doses will break any case, end
If token tnen as a tonic me r ever wz:! r.wi
return. It acta on the liver better tnas !
Calomel and doe* not gripe or sicken. 2?? !
Whenever You Need a General TonS;
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless j
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a j
General Tonic because it contains the J
well known tonic properties of QUININE j
afij IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood ano
Builds up the^W: x>le System. 50 cents.
50 H. P.
SIX $10 85
: have proven equalry
in great metroS\r*
rt4*Tr!/\ ft V>/1 i
cs wjlicjc ouyic anu
,re necessary, in the
g states of the midre
service on coun- j
necessarv, in the
is necessary, on the
t where endurance
.st, long drives on
udebaker Cars have
ey have apparently
mnfnrirtcr ripprt ann
rerage repair, opera tintenance
;hat you would not
gures if we quoted
deed proven the car
in Chassis and the
United States has
)aid to the Studebalighest
nav fn qtw mntnr
:or more cars. j
o be absolutely sure
e buying the best
ie money with the
the national public
/, dependability and
the Studebaker Car;
stamped with the
onal public approval,
not a gamble, not
it, it is a tried, provnvestment.
ou had better arI
XT 1 i
CED ANG SOLD ?
llore Left Oyer?
TLe following paragraphs are
among some of the items left over
from last issue:
See R. H. Anderson's big page ad
in t'H ?cj i ucil a /\f rr*V% 1/1 a A Y/-vttto
li-i. LiHO VTi. 1 li.C Jl 1CI O.IV1 CLli-U 1~\XZ O.
It will pay you to read It, but it will
pay you better to go to the store and
buy some of the goods.
Iry Close takes the pllice of Sis
Hopkins in pictures at the Opera
House. Miss Close is a good one and
crotn in nut onrno r>.lrvca
Those who liked Sis will be sure to
like Iyj and those who did not like
Sis are bound to like Ivy. From the
way she started out, many will cling
The Carolina Auto Co. has just received
two car l<xids of aixty-inch
tread Maxwells. They will be pleased
to show you* one otf the 1917 models.
Mr. C. C. Epting, of the class of '16,
has purchased a Grant six touring car
and forthwith will enter upon the prosperous
business of selling automobiles?Newberry
College Cor. Leesville
Fred H. Dominiclt, congressman elect
from this Third district, is in
New York, for a short vacation end
has tendered his services to the national
Democratic committee for
speeches in the north.?Pickens Sen- j
Mrs. W. J?V. Griffin and Miss Octie
Griffin returned Tuesday from an extended
visit in Jacksonville, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Grady W. Yonce hsve
returned from Johnston, where they
were the guests of relatives for several
The Lindsay Hill hunch has "been
? ? 1 J 1 4-V?^ n wwittaI /\f
augmeaieu uy mc amvai \jl io.*
Schumpert of Pelion?-Newberry Cor.
.Mrs. D. C. Smith was called last
week to Newberry to attend hex
daughter, Mrs. E. T. Carlson, who has
been ill for the past ten days with
malariafl She is improving fast.?-In
dian Creek iCor. Saluda Standard.
Mr. Frank Waldrop of Hendersonville
is visiting his cousin, Mr. Frank
Miss Cornelia Shannon of Whitmire
is on a visit to Mrs. Hayne Buford.
Mrs. Jettie Bruce, after spending
the summer in the Blowing Rock
mountain section of North Carolina,
has returned to Newherry.
Mr .T H. Baxter wes in Greenwood
or. business Monday.
Mrs. F. G. Wright left Wednesday J
for Greenville, whence, after a visit:
there, she will go on to Nerw York
to visit in that city with her husband.
Sheriff Blease, Chief Rodesperger
and Deputy Sheriffs Dorroh and Melton
havfc returned from the conven
? ? ? ? * ^ A *-? /\r? TVl Ca
Lion 01 sneriiit? in Aiiuci ov/ul. jl uw i
Newberry sheriff is still at the head
of the sfcjte organization, as tne election
of officers does not take place
until the January meeting. President
Sheriff Blease is a good one and the
association is a fine body of men, ac
cording to Deputy Dorroh, who wab
^okesman for the Newberry party
speaking to this reporter. He says
Anderson is all right, ias they treated
them royally, making all have an enjoyable
Mr. Roy K. Frick of Xewberrv college
was home last Saturday and Sun
day. Roy is just as good looking as
ever; and lie likes the Tvuy the land
lies south of Chapin?Lexington News.
Ed Bailey, from foreman of picker
room at Mills mill, Greenville, to a
position in Glen-Lowry mill, iWhit
Mrs. J. T. Duckett lias returned
from Newberry, where she has been
visiting her daughter.?Clinton Chroa/
Mr. S. L. Porter of Newberry was in
town Monday visiting friends.?Swan
sea Cor. Lexington New?.
Mr. Frank Stuck of Pomaria spent
Saturday night and Sunday with Mr.
J. M. B. Stuck and family.?Peak Cor.
As executor of the last will and
testament of Mary E. Counts, deceased,
I will sell at public auction to
the highest bidder therefore, gefore
the Court House door at Newberry,'
S. C.. during the legal hours of sale on
Monday, the Gth day of November, |
1916, being sales day, all that tract;
of land lying :ind situate in the comity
of Newberry and State of South
Carolina, containing sixty-five (65) !
acres, more or less, and bounded by,
- ? - - -*? T TTJZrulr !
lands 01 K. L.. LiomimcK, in. u. >? iviv- j
er and others.
Terms, Cash, the purchaser to pay
for papers, and revenue stamps.
Charles H. Counts,
Executor of Map- E. Counts.
fo Drive Out Malaria
And Bfiild Up The System |
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
what you are taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing it is
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form.
The Quinine drives out malaiia, the
Iroi Guilds up the system. 50 cent*
DAY OF ATONEKENT
OKSEIiVANCE 1HPOKTANT ONE
News and Courier.
Yom Kippur, or Day of Atonement,
'occasion is the most solemn one 01 j
; the Jewish calendar and is marked j
I by a twenty-four-hour feast.
The Day of (itonemeiit (Hebrew J
[name, Vom Kippur) fulla on the tenth i
I day of the month or Tishrl, correisponding
to October 7 of the current
I calendar. A special service the even|
ing before ushers in the solemn occa
sion, which service is known as the
"Kol -Nidre" (All Vows), so called
from the opening words of the introductory
prayed. This introductory
prayer noteworthy, among other
things, for the profoundly beautiful
1 melody to which it Is traditionally
chanted. Arranged for modern instrumentation,
the Kol Nidre melody
new finds place on various symphony
The Day of Atonement itself is the
great White Feastfl the culmination of
the pentential days inaugurated bj
the Jewish iXew Yelu. The Bible in
I several passages designates n as uitf
j iabbaths of Sabbaths. In ancien days
its observance was characterized "by
elaborate priestly ceremonial and sacriflcal
rite, as described in detail in
Leviticus xvi. All this pomp of ritual
disappeared with the downfall of the
temple at Jerusalem. But the loss of
; priesthood and altar did not affect*
' the vital significance or Tom Kippur j
; as such, which still remains the su- j
| preme day in the religious calendar!
! of the Jew.
| Its primary purpose as the name j
j '"Day of Atonement" implies is to ef- |
f#ct an at-one-ment in the ethical and
spiritual life of the individual iand the
community; to restore, i. e., the sense
of harmony between man and 'his fellows,
between man and his own highj
er self, between man and God, i -erev
er ana However mat narmony iias
been broken by sin. All the austere
ceremonials of day, the prayers
and fasting from eventide to eventide !
are meant to work on the conscience, j
the heart, and the soul, and "bring i
them to the mood of genuine con-1
trition for the evil of the past and |
the yearning desire for amendment in I
the future. Coupled with the call to ;
"repentance" is the comforting assur- j
ance tihlit God's tender mercy ana j
1 ? - 1 ?- ? - -- /> Ar> A 1
para on win ue Yuucii<t&<ticu tu uivoc
who are truly penitent. No mediator
is necessary, no vicarious sacrifice.
The only requirement for forgiveness
is the sincere turning from s!n and
the coming to God in love and following
His law in loyalty.
One of the most impressive features
of Yom Kippur devotion?continued
for the entire day until sunset?is the
memorial service for the dead held
usually in the afternoon. The conclud
ing service of the Day of Atonement is
called Xeilah and the tone of its players
is holy joy in the consciousness
of God's forgiveness and loving favor, j
SURVEY FOR HIGHWAY
Mayor A. S. Hartzog has received j
a letter from Hon. B. E. Nicholson, j
of Edgefield, advising that the Edge- j
field committee is going ahead on the,
proposition. Mr. Nicholson states !
that the committee on behalf of Edge- j
field has had a conference with Mr. I
A. A. Edmunds, the present Edgefield j
supervisor, and he lias assured the
members that lie is willing to co-operate
in every wla.y possible. It is suggested
that the first thing to be done
is to secure the services of a com- j
petent engineer to go over the country
between Greenwood and Edgefield
Come and see
Plates, Cups and
get for 10c. Dor
as the "Cheap Skc
the price is low.
quality. Don't m
The House of a 1
and let him judge the best route for
tne highway, taking all things into
consideration. "We think this should v|
be done at once,'' writes Mr. Nicholson,
"and that no time should be lost $
in securing the services of an eagi- ^flj
neer and in having him make the nee- fM
essary surveys, wnen nis report is a
filed we shall then call a meeting oi ^
our people and submit the report and V
ask them to adopt a route, aiwi we
shall then be in a position to go to
work. We think it would be well for MM
the engineer to go veor the two present M
routes to Greenwood before making M
any surveys, and our -committee and
supervisor -would be glad to aocom- 0
pany him. I'A le are ready to move in W
this mutter at once."
SOUTH CAROLINA* STATE W
FUR AND HARVEST JUBILEE
(Joe Sparks and Irby Koon) I
Columbia- S. C!. A^t 7 Tho h4-?_
gest street corniral ever held in Columbia
will be the Harvest Jubilee, t
October 23-27, introduced last fljdl in
connection -with the State Fair. The
festival this Tear will be on a more
comprehensive scale. The young woman
to be selected queen of the Jubilee
will be crowned Monday evening
of the opening day of the Fair in <
front of the State House, and a ball
immediately thereafter will be given
Ill lici 1lUllV/1
Tuesday has been designated as
"Floral Day." At 5 o'clock in the afternoon
thefloral parade will he given, f
and all classes of vehicles in floral j
decoration will compete for a list ox
cash prizes. i
Wednesday is "South Carolina Day."
Ag.un m we anernon a paraae sucu
as has r.ever been assembled of South
Carolina's natural resources will pass
through Main street. In addition to
the huge floats by Clemson College, ^
Winthrop College, home demonstration
workers, boys' corn clubs, the
State Department of Agriculture and
other allied interests of the State, many
entries will come from individual
farmers. Three prizes have been of- *
fered, for $100, $50 and $25, respec- I
Thursday will be known as "Columbia
Day." The morning will be given
over to band concerts, while in
the afternoon the magnificent trades
display will be held, when again long
trfains of floats will go "by, demonstrating
the business interests of the Capital
"Military, School and Patriotic Day'' /
will be ODserved Friday, the final day V|
of the Fair. Shoaid the two regi- ^
ments of troops now on the Mexisan
border get to South Carolina by that
- ' < ?
QEI6, tnese "Win p?truv;.ipu.tc. cifort
is now being made to have the
military schools and colleges,, and all
fraternal organizations, together with,
civilians in the parade. Valuable %cash
prizes have been offered to the
military school making the best exhibit.
The parade is intended to add
'ho iHoo r?f nrfna'-edness.
Free acts -will also be a feature on ^
Main street each afternoon and night.
Four of these specialties have been
procured, and free performances "will t
be given on Main sctreet by each
in the afternoon, and as many again
in the evening. The acts will be staged
at the juncture of four of the
streets with the main thoroughfare,
tho nArfnrmances. are scheduled
f v* i . r
one half hour apart that the crowd ma>"
witness all of these. Indications are
that no such crowds have ever before
moved upon Columbia as will come
to the Capital City late this month.
THE HERALD AND NEWS ON3S
YEAR FOR ONLY *1.50.
! what kind of ^
Saucers you can j
i't set them down |
tte" kind because J
They are first 1
liss this. j
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l nousana inings.