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seed tra Colii a iL-.,.
The sgeds of consumption may be the
cause, and a Cough that nans on weak
ens rhe system. Foley's Honey and Tax
Compound checks the cough, heals thE
infamed membranes and streogt.bens
the lungs. E D. Rountree. S0llmore,
Ga., says: "La gripue left me a deeT
seatedhacking, painful cough whi, b
Foley's Honey and Tar completely cur
ed." The Dickson Drug Co., Mannios,
S. C., Leon Fischer. Sumperton, S. C.
a Making Elaborate
Something of the Arrangements to
'Care for the Confederate Veterans
ig Attendance Expected.
Chattanooga, Tenn., April 1.-This
city is preparing to entertain the
largest crowd -that has attended a re
union of the Confederate veterans and
Sons of Veterans since the organiza
tion of the association. It is a matter
- of history that the first steps toward
-organiing -the southern survivors of
the Ci'viI-war were taken in Chatta
nooga. The New Orleans meeting, at
which the organization was effected,
by the election, of Gen. John B. Gor
don commander-in-chief, resulted, in
large measure, from agitation started
here by Capt. J. F. Shipp, and others,
for an association of Confederates.
The New Orleans meeting elected Gen.
John B. Gordon to head the organiza
tion and he called the first reunion of
the association for Chattanooga July
S 3,4and 5, 1890. Under all of the cir
cumstances the people of Chattanooga
feet that itis their duty to exert every
q4ert to-make the coming reunion a
success. It is certainly their
.esure to do so.
.The date of the reunion is May 27
Snusive.. Only two months re4
which the work of the organi
may be d but it is well un
ay. ,The various- committees
been appointed, .and are at work
n ther.respective spheres. Informa
ion. gathered~from all sections of the
south indicates that fully 150,000 peo
leM. be here.
The passenger departments of all
the railroads having lines entering
Ciattaiooga, report that already
there is.much interect in the coming
iunion Inquiries are received every
idaabout rates, hotel accommodations
andthe progress of the work incident
t6-the -entertainment of the veterans
ansthe thousands of visitors that will
beu*ore. The head of the passenger
ar of one of the largest rail
y in the south, has served
ice onthe people 'of Chattanooga
that a-record breaking crowd may be
The Confederate veterans met here
in their first reunion in 1890, twenty
-Years ago. Chattanooga at that
as but poorly prepared to care
he visitors. Hotel accommoda
were inferior, local transporta
M-ces4poor and the people were
~cZ~-i~rng fnancially from a collapsed
~... b~o. However, that reunion was
vted a success.
SThe Chattanooga of today wa's built
Cainel890.7 It is now acity of 100,000
- . nf irst-class local transportation f a
iiie It has twenty-six hotels, one
-a modern, twelve-story build
osnga million dollars. The
oariling house ,aconmodations are
alithatcare to be found in amodern
escity of 100,000 population. The ho
_ t boarding houses and private
amiieis will furnish entertainment
afor 156,000 visitors. The restaurant
s ervice is first class and adequate to
SThe Confederate veterans will bg
eaped at Jackso aadlatu
resortsh .' '~r the business dis
ecity. This camp has been
named "Camp Stewart," -in honor of
the late Gen; A. P. Stewart, the much
Obeloved and noted southern chieftain,
wowon fame on the greatest battle
fields of the Civil war and spent his
-. enning years in Chattanooga as a
memer of the Chickeamauga National
Park commissin. -The motion to
am:thel camp for him was put by
-Xayor' T.. C;. Thompson, and was
Chfanga is putting great energy
Into the preparation for the reunion,
Sand every indication is that it will be
one of the most delightful meetings
the veterans have, ever enjoyed.
The environments of Chattanooga
a .- re ideal for a reunion of the Confed
e : rate veterans. The battlefields are
Sthe chief points of interest, of course,
but they are not all by any means.
Chattanooga is a modern city of 100,
000 population, with a greater number
Qw anufnaem-ing plants than any city
in the southern states, turning out
more than seven hundred different
-products that go practically all over
the world. It has anumber of sky
scrapers, and other modern buildings.
The climate is ideal. The mountain
scenery is not excelled in any other see
t ion of the south. Some years ago
Prince Henry, of Prussia, spent a day
in Chattanooga and made a trip to the
top of historic Lookout mountain.
After viewing the panorama from that
eminence, he exclaimed: "There is
nothing finer in all Europe." Every
tourist who has travelled in European
countries passes the same eulogy on
these mountains. The Confederate
veterans, however, know what they
are. Thousands of them fought over
this field, and it will be a pleasure to
them, to revisit the scenes of the car
age through which, they passed in
For the purpose of entertaining the
reunion on a broad seale, Chattanooga
is raising from $50,000 to $75,000.
This fund i practically in hand, and
the various committees are rapidly
closing up all contracts and rushing
the preparations to conclusion.
The Southeastern Passenger asso
ciation has granted a rate of one cent
a mile each way for the reunion-the
lowest rate that is ever allowed'for
There is no case on record of a cough
cold or la grippe de-velopintr into br. u
* chitis, pneumonia or con~ump iou afte1
Foley's Honey and Tar Comoouud har
been taken The genuine is in a yellov
package. Refuse substitutes. Tb<
Dickson Drug Co . Manning. S. C.
Leon Fischer, Summnerton, S. C.
Notice of Discharge.
I will apply to the Judste of Probat.
for Clarendon county, a'. 11 o'clock a
mn., on the .30th day of A pril. 1913. fo:
letters of discharge as Exeutor of th
the Estate of Samue! W. Evans, de
- ceased. L. B. GIBBONS.
Terviame, S. C. Marh, 29. 191.
Att-3ir1'V p ize, fr the winneis in,
Clare vdon's Fiel-l Day Exercises t.> bt-:
ho-d a:. Manning-, Friday. Agri! ,
Declarnation; b Gir's:
1t. prize, e.d in. d d. a
2n,.! prz--, W4ecern%1n-s fe.ai- pea. Id
Ora ormta. co-sts na b -,y-:- a
Is!twpiz--, eo d m -Wa r
2nd prize. WatLer tinLu's foua:aia pen
Grade 2, go!d stick pin.
Grade 3, '
G rae 8,
Grade 1. Andrersen's Fairy Tales. N
Adv. Uncle R-nus aod t-he Li t- i j
Grade- 2, Lit tle T- .--d Faunt'-rov. j
Grw'e 3. Two Li.,e On.fed ratet.
G.eLje- 4, R d R--k.
Grade 5, Lorna D.xone.
Grade fi, Ivanhoe.
Grade 7. My Novel. C
Q.nih Scrap. silver thimble (
Aproo, silver th-rmble
B.-st Loaf of B ead, hread knife.
B--t, L saf Cake. eake- oate. .
B3u.t Pouuu of But er, Gias, Da r 1
1 Tabe, a square.
2. Axe-eelve. an axe.
3 Bread-board. a saw.
4. Chick,-n-co >p. a ham ner.
5 Book-sh-if, a plane
a h C-.ie COwtet tr Girl-:
1 50-vatrd dab, brun and -ieub
2 BtsketL ball throw, m.Lnicure ze:- 3
3 Hoop race, bra-s j4rdini-re
4 Heppiug .elay race, clock t
For Boss:- 1 t
1 50 .,a-d dtsh (12 ear or und--r).
.-ha 1 ha.
2 10O y ar.i dasr ver 12 y a s), has
3 Three-legged race. Will be au
-..ue, d iater
4 Stauding broail jump, ba-e bal t
-5. Running high ju-up. hase hal t
6 Bun race. Will be auaounce-di
lu ad-lit-ion to the priz s a 1.Lrge ik
.aoner wilt he aw4rd-d ine rural sho-til
-vining the mos- prizes IL has already
tee ordered and will be display ed io
ba" Bank of .,anning as soon as it, ar
The names of eonr..-tanLs weh the
vents ior which rhey e-oter must be
+-at to Miks Karhe-rtue M Ltcehiardn.
danning, S. , not l~aLer than Sau:
a s, Apri -12.
FROZE A SO.AP BIB3LE.
Then Broke It in Pieces and Floated
Them on Liquid Air.
A frozen soap bubble broken in two
ind dloating Hile an iridesc-ent. trans
iparent eggsi:eil on the surface of a
vessel of liquid air was one of the
marvels exhibited by Professor Dewar
in a lecture before the Royal institute
of Great Britain.
The lecture was upon the subject of
atmosphere and the curious effects of
intense. cold. the liquid air and soap
bubble being adjuncts introduced to fa
cilitate some explanations.
A few spoonfuls of liquid air were
poured into a vessel. and the intense
cold caused by evaporation immediate
ly brought on a minature snowstorm
in the atmosphere directly above the
vessel. A soap bubble was then placed
in the freezing stratum. Almost in
stantly there was a change in the color
of the transparent globe, the bubble
becoming much darker: the move
ments of the rainbows film grew slow
er; it contracted somewhat in size, and
a little later it froze.
'A slight jrut dexterous movement 'of
the rod upon which the bubble was.
suspended broke the latter into two
pieces. which fell upon the liquid air
and there floated for an hour. gradual
ly accumulating a tiny snowdrift from
the almost imperceptible precipitationJ
constantly going onjgAh9 -1EZig
Its-Romantip Site, In Samoa, Atop the I
Forest Clad Vaila.
No English novelist rests in a more
eccentric spot than that chosen by
Robert Louis Stevenson. who is burled
on the summit of the forest clad Vaila,
In the islhmd of Samoa. that genial
spot in the south Pacific that the gift
ed writer loved so well.
Th~e day after his death at Vailim.
in 1894. his remains were carried to
the top of this precipiltous and plc- j
turesque peak by -sixty sturdy Sa
moans. who had loved and now mourn
ed their dead chief. Tusitula.
A party~ of forty had previously cut
Spathway through the thick, tangled
wood with knives and axes, while an
other party had prepared the grave.
With infinite care and trouble the::
bore him shoulder high over the rough
ground to his last long home, and
there, under the starry sky, they left
him to sleep forever, with the Pacific
at his feet.
On either side of his tombstone is a
bronze plate. One bears the words
*The Tomb of Tusit'ula," while the
other Is Inscribed with his own re
Under the wide and starry sky
Dig the grave and let rne lie.
C HARLTON DURANT.
ATTOR~NEY AT LAW.
-MANNING. S. C.
'mmuhit attention Lr-i to Collectionts.
J H. LESESNE, A A
MANNING. S. C.
Ever'ything of the best- fcr
the personal wear and adornt
mnent of both sexes.
jWe fill mail orders car'efully
uckden's Arnica Salve I
The Rest Salvo. In The World. I
Recommrnded for a Good Reason
C. E Grant, 230 War.,-rly Sb, Peoria,
11. says: "Bauckaohe and congested
idneys made me !uffer intense pains.
Vas always tired andl Coatirg speckE
othered me. Took Fole- Kidne Pill
nd saw bi2 imorovement after third
at I kept on until euLiIrYI fret d 1i
i1 rou h- a:nd suff, rinaz Thd's wh %
erommn- uu Ful-N Ko.ne Pil;. The%
ured me." The D esau Dru CoI
ianuin., S. C.. Leon Fiscter, Sum
Ierttou, S. C.
The Overruling of a Judge.
A judge once awoke in the night to
nd his room in the possession of two
rmed burglars. Covered by the pistol
f one of the marauders, the judge
ratched the proceedings with his usual
adicial calm One of the depredators
ound a watch. "Don't take that." the
-dge said. "It has little value and is
keepsake." "The muotion is over
uied." replied the burglar "I appeal,"
ejoined the judge The two burglars
onsulted. and the spokesman then re
lied: "The appeal is allowed. The
ase coming on before a full tribunal
f the supreme court. that body is of
be unanimous opinion that the decree
f the lower court should be sustained.
nd it is accordingly so ordered " Pock
ting the watch. court adjourned.
A Tearful Monkey.
There is a species of very small mon
ey round in the Brazilinn forests
hich is remarknWe for its gentleness,
he delicate elegance of its appearance
nd its almost human conduct Bound
2g from branch to branch or from tree
a tree. it has every appearance of a
Ird When hanging from a tree asleep
looks like a black doll its dark,
oft eyes are very large. its coat is like
lack velvet trimmed with satin and
otred with gray bends
"i have seen him weep.' said Hum
oldt. "aud I avow that the samairi is
e a child in every feature. He has
be same inno: eut expression, the same
right. inte!ligent smile. the same child
ke w>:y of pAssing swiftly from joy to
The Higher Equity.
ismarck used to delight in telling
he story of how. When foraging for
ooI with two companions in an almost
eserted vill:;e he ctmle upon a man
ro whom ::ib proc(ured fre eggs. Un
b!e to divide live among three. he
eganm by swalowing two: then. call
ag his con:panions. shared the three
emlining egs with them-a truly Bis
oart klan :dea of an equable division.
-Pall Mall Gazette.
A Great Scheme.
Young usbad- When my wife frst
egman to do Iter own cooking we were
a ring co:a 'ny every day -tiresome
viotrs. coi;e;g:ues. so called friends.
r:dua ! : hy all dropped off.- and
hen we ;:ga;:ed a good cook.-Flie
AlO ' Let$2iC~Et
Eat. Good food won't hurl
rou. R. L. T. taken before
etiring will make you enjoy
rour meals and digest youn
ood. You will soon aecome
trong and healthy.
r Liqua ivher Regulatoi
Cures Indigestion by restoring the
igestive organs to healthy, natura
Lteton. It contains nothing but harm
ess oils extracted from roots ani
ierbs. R. L. T. works promptly ani
oes not gripe. Its benefits are per
nanent. Gr~aranteed as representei
e money refunded.
50c and $1 Bottles
Ask Your Druggist
irared hy R. L T. Le. Anderson, S. C
FOR SALE BY
What They Will Do for You
They will cure your backache
strengthen your kidneys, cor.
rect urinary irregularities, build
ap the worn Out tissues, an
eliminatc the excess uric pci:
that causes rheu~ma-tism. Pre
vent Bright's Diseaset rtndDi
ntes, and retore he:M.h za
Sih wving the cu;d tin of
Thle Peoles Bai k
of Manning. at the close of business
MARCH 8th, 1913.
oans and 1 scounts........SO.42t0 0
Banking h~ouse......... .....t 144-1
?urnit ure ami fixt urcs . .----- - -
ath on hand and in banks... ~,389
,urpls atnd Uudivided pr;'ths 4,695:
D posis..........------... 41,5
Bils payable........-.-.- .. o5.000.4
The cphant's Palate,
An elepauli 's p'ttIAe i very delient4
and the arimaI Is whimsical in seled|
Ing or rejecting morsels of food j
writer tells of an liit(llent humorous!
illustrative of the whims of a tame el(
phnit belongiig to t:e police of lDhui
bri This #-lephant was fed with ric
and phantalns. The stems of the jlar
talns were sp lit and cut Into tran
verse sections two feet In lengtl
Three-quarters of a pound of rice wa
placed within each tube of plantai
stem. One day while the elephant wa
being fed some one offered it a smal
sweet biscuit. It wus taken in th
trunk and almost Immediately throw
on the ground The mahout. thinkin:
that the elephant had behaved rudel3
picked up the biscuit and inserted It I:
a parcel of rice within a plantain sten
This was piaced in the beast's moutt
and at the very lirst crunch it showe
its dis;rust by refusing the whole mess
The srmu!l biscuit had disgusted th
animal. and for several minutes It trie
by its inserted trunk to rake-out ever;
atom from its tongue and throat.-Hal
How Japan Greets the New Year.
In Japan the new year Is welcome4
with far more energy than in thi
country. Let a man's energy be eve
so defective. he is expected to rise a
4 a. m. and don new clothes to mee
the auspicious morning Then. wit]
his gala garments In due order. he woz
ships the gods, performs obeisance t,
the spirits of his ancestors and pay
homage to all relations older than him
self. No ordinary viands are consum
ed at breakfast The tea must be mad,
from water drawn from the well a
the first ray of the new year's sni
strikes It. On every table tignires ,
red lacquer tray covered with ever
green leaves and supporting a. rie
dumpling,. a lobster, oranges. persim
mrons. chestnuts. dried sardines an'
herring root. all these dishes possess
Ing an allegori-al signitirntion . ThI
meal Is the start of the festtvite.
which are continued .for sixteen days
business being atlmost entirely sustwoIil
ed for tI;e tirst weel of the fear -'hi
To Feeble Old People.'
As one grows old the waste of th
system becomes more rapid than ri
pair, the organs act more slowly an
less effectually than in youth, the cib
culation is poor, the blood thin ar:
digestion weak. -
Vinol, our delicious cod liver an
iron tonic without oil, Is the idea
strengthener and body-builder for ol
folks, for it contains the very ele
ments needed to rebuild wasting t
sues and replace weakness wit
strength. Vinol also fortifies the syF
tem against colds and thus preveni
A grandneice of Alexander Hami
ton, over eighty years of age, onc
remarked: "Vinol is a godsendrto ol
people. Thanks to Vinol, I have
hIearty appetite, sleep soundly, fei
active and well. It is the finest toni
and strength-creator I have ee
If. Vinol falls to build up th
feeble old people, and creat
strength. we will return your mone
i~c~us. a Uru.. sw *. .a4UsU;;, 0.
Placing Him. -
"Naw, I don't want your patent c0
"A rare chance, madam."
"Don't want It."
"You'll regret your de'cisio~2L.
-"Don'fhantit, I tell you."
"Opportunity, madam. knocks bl
S"Opportunity, ehi? You' look mo
like Imnportunity."-Washington HE
-Why We Can See Smoke.
Smokei not c'omposed of gases oni
bu fsolid or perhaps partly liqu
partic'les. which are mixed with tl
I ases -and carried along by them. It
these particles of matter that are vil
ble to the eye and not the gases thet
He-What are you going to give 10
ty and .lack for a wedding presen
She- Oh. I guess I'll send Kitty tl
bunch of letters .Jack wrote mue wi
If your face wants to smile let it;
it doesn't, make it. Anon.
For Tnfants and Children.
The Kind You Have Alwas Bougi
sgnature of ,
The Brigand Chief.
Not many years ago the highways <
java. were infested with brigands. i
usually stopped all travelers whol
they met. Whenever a conveyance el
tered the capital with the curtains r
moved it was taken for granted th:
*the victim of the brigands had tak<
them to use as a substitute for h
own garments of which he had bec
~deprved. The sItuation at length b
came unbearable, and, a daring ro
bery having been committed, the a
Ithoritles sent out troops to pursue ti
malefactors. The leader of the gal
was captured, bound, placed on a mu
and escorted to the city. The pres
lent sent for the chief of police. E
was not forthcoming.
"Does any one know where he is
be found?" asked the president.
"Why, yes. sir." the men replied
chorus; "he is on the malc!"
Succeed when everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
eaknessea they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND
it is the best medicine ever cold!
- over a druggist's counmer.
3 Woodmnen of the World.
Meets on First Monday nights
The Kind You Have Always Bou;
in use for over 30 years, has
and has I
All Counterfeits, Imitations ae
Experiments that trile with x
Infants and Children-Exere:
What is CA
Castoria is a harmless substit1
gorie, Drops and Soothing Sy
contains neither Oplum, Morp
substance, Its age is its guara
and allays '.everishness. It eu
Colic. it relieves Teething Tro
and Flatalency. It, assimilates
Stomach and Bowels, giving 1
The Chidren's Panacea-The ]
33e= th e
The KndliYou a
In Use For Ove
1163 CENTAUR COMPANY. 77 MURRA
Pay A Visit I
to our cash-r and he will convin--e %ou 1)
I- st.we have every faciloy for hand
ling your b.ikiuin lusin-ss with ac NJ
curay aud di-plech Our inauncial D
Beyond Question I
and we a-m to 'reat all our ctst-sm- r-, D
wt.h the -reate-r courtesy an- cndd- :
' ratio, the their accounts litrge or
The Bank of Manning
IThis Home Bank
WILL START YOU SAVING AND
KEEP YOUR AT IT.
To oursa t g, Dep..i-rm et
he' v. p. sa A
who oi- take og- Dof r Home to-s
mae pi pan inS 1 --r.lVom~ t
So amu. .o ima bth -- no.. su ,
#eah day, will b- as oomshe': and d.
ihted at, tLbe close or the year at. how e
much has b-en aceumulated withoutL -
ONE DOLLAR IN THlE BANK IS I1
SIS WORTH TWO IN YOUR POCKET.
Bank and Trst Co.
THE PHOE ZELE
or his special Pro-scrip' ion P.'; t.-r wiho
!cas for and dlelive-rs in a rush if vo~t
jwant it. WVe are better equipped toI
han~e your i !:1t~O-- and ali ofi
Jthem are filled by Dr. Zeiiler himself.
-fIt makes no difference what doctor
writes the prescription, he knows we
are capable of correctly fillin same.
Our prescription business is steadily in
creasing, proving the efliciency and safe- 5
atness of the prescription depart ment atitt
;it, and which has beea
borne the signature of
een mdo under his per
ervision since its infanc.
one to decei've youin this.
Just-as-good" are but
d eutnanger the health of
.cz a~inst Experiment.
e fos. Caster Oil, Pare
it is Pleasant. It
3Ec, t dCstroys Worms
r. Di.rrhcea and Wind.
nbz, curcs Constipation
V-od, regulAtes the
calty2 and natural Sleep.
r 3O Years.
-!E 14. 11~
. 0. Edwards
f-c over Horne Bank and Trust C
FieId Day Contributors.
Th rollowing firm and indivi
IlS h.ave alrady aide coutrib
>is tor Field Day priz,:
Milk of 51iIIIIn g .... . .... $ 5
-opI9-s Bank................. 8
ink of CNlaend- ........... 8
r. Charlton I' Ra ut. ........ -5
-vi Meranztile <2............ 2
r Vennia.a. 1 silver thimble
r. Arauu. hall. bat atd runn
r W E Heairdmn.cake plate
r J..\ Z-ig'-. 2 lb box candy
H R ghy, "I t not Speofired
-onl e iiberg.""
;:n1 g I1rover% Co.
owd.i Had Co
ck-on Drug Store "
P ePset commtuicaiiite with Mi
ath. riut M Rieni.rdsona. Mauuiu
C , ir %o' art- willing to h Ip.
o eUaOY. s. oL1V1im o DiV
URDY & O'LBRYAN,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
MANNING. S. C.
'C. DA VIS. J. W. WIDEMJ
A VLS & WIDEMAN,
A TTORNEY'S AT LAW ,
Ex-CommtIito:wr Internal Revnl
MEI'1 D. WR;G HCT.
Ert Building, -
W ,. -- T .>N .C.
ATURNE~YS AT2 LAW,
idAu and F rs~i';
pr... rs a.,. e ett.'rs e.
~pein , and all work~ entrus
i. to us will be guaranteed.
Send your clot~hes to the Bo
'on Pressing Club.
R. J1. A (tilE,
PI ~n No~.
-acker Mfg Cc
6eo, S. Hab & Soil
jo),.~ S -h -mzi H:snd-: C'lum
O--n.:m3I>e-n.: C r u Dors Gal
/E DEAL IN
Gt-o. Sh t-.or.,d and W,..ihts.
Farm WVauwat-Seeral Marlbo
rm-rs have asked to get them fart
Claredon. Write me what y4
ve and best price. R. Cosby Newto
neville S. C.
Sash, Doors and Blinds
L-orges twa:ufacturing- stock house in the South.
Special sizes on short notice:
A. H. FISCHER CO.
CHARLESTON. S. C.
An Array of Facts
re.r .rdio th- vltlue ,f Li vt >, not a -
cZovi as - it sup ri >r ty. 3iB if ie r1ti
f) -n b p jaLm--n c, 'i-4 rm
qu .; ss S .s mer q
We want you to see
our line of Mil inr7 an I we sill ;t.Lit v.ur b
M!t wvithloIr. S lying a.;L V-1d, for ve >- ib w
b ftvorarre ~ Y W->i le '.vt thi are: wi- );>t
uaking_ at par.-h s;s.
PROSPERTY FARM IMPLEMENTS
Haggin's Wreuchless Plo StoCks
Lewis' Upwrig-ht Plow Stocks.
Fargular Plow Stocks,
Georgia Ratchet Plow Stocks,
Wood and Steal Beam Dixies.
Cole's Combined Corn and C.stton Planters,
Cole's Corn Dropper, (One Grain to the Hill),
Cole's Fertilizer Distrib tors,
~" Blue's Rex Distributors,
Spark's Victor Distributors,
Gant and Cole Side Dressers,
Acme Fertilizer Distributors,
rN Cox and Eclipse Cotton Planters.
For Prosperity Farm Implements, call on
-TH MANNING HRDRE CO
What Three Bushels More to the
IGHT years ago the farmers in a
ran three bushels less to the acre
than they now get. Suppose each
acre of farm land in the country
were so tended that it produced an increase
equal to that of this state. How much more..
~ ii money would you have with which to buy the
luxuries of life that you earn and deserve?
Your share in this prosperity depends entirely
3 upon yourself. The first step is to fertilize
your land properly with manure spread by an
I H C Manure Spreader
The spreader that does its work as it should
must have many excellent mechanical features.
The apron should move without jerking; the
beater should meet the load at exactly the
right point to pulverize the manure without
too greatly increasing the draft of the machine; g
the speed changes of the apron should be posi
tive. All these features are provided for in
the construction of I H C spreaders.
*1 I H C spreaders are made in low styles which
are not too low for use in deep mud or snow,
narrow and wide, with both reverse and end
less aprons, for use under all conditions. The
rear axle is located well under the box, instead
of at the rear. Placed in that position (under
the box) it carries over 70 per cent of the load
and insures ample tractive power.
See the I H C local dealers for catalogues
and full information, or, write
International Harvester Company of Arterica
Columbia S. C.
;~c<JOB WORK r
TO THE TIMES OFFICE.