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: With the highest piices of tobaco we most ever ha d,
i and a good crop of coAton. and the posibt*i-cs a!-e hirhbr
g prices, we ongit to feej good--plnty m.ey to.p wiat
I we owe and to spare, so cone see-me. L 1:tvo a me cwan 1 a
stock of good, and cheap for the cast We ar. s;ing now
Z for the cash, through with crvdi: for this year, so omo and
- spend your money with m-1, g> O chep :s aarsber. of
Just Received ShIpment Seed Rye and VeL n f3r Planting.
If in need of any see me. We thank you for past favors, or
and solcit your future busiNess. , u
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We are Going to Sell Gut OU r Er1ire -Stock of
25 Per Cent. ]Disount
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$and we are ;:oinz to lu; a .il st ck of iL all the time to +an:
sell at tue s~uus d:o o1.1, On:cs. + ~
+ This is not che- y storu Cu. Glass, but iie vr-: b .st that * .
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adsee it before buying elsewhere.
--ly hao ih t tsip n o
slirdesefpol Youre w-.nay I
barn and yard much of it is wasted. It is much
too bulky to haul or ship far. c
Handling hay is a problem, anid ri -:ti herce
is the.answer-in the baling An I M
press puts your hay in comnenn a f or '
handling and economical feemg 2. " to
build outdoor stacks exposed to ai .str
-for lack of barn space. You c-an hi te baesG
to cities and distatit places whrere th
market and prices are god Ia e ed~
where storage space is corsi:, **,rue - .
baled, and top prices are paid.Sr cr h
fodder mnakes a good feeding u. ~ t for ati
the hay you may ship to theC c ty.
the construction, th.. durability. the fecv-,
and the possibilities of te iH hy rs
You wil find both sty-I m.de in- tFe zs
14 x 18, 16~ x S andi17x' 2inch 1ale chamber,
baling from six to -itc-eso y
Thinc enc of the I [ C fe rt'
self feeder, toggie joint pIlner, b-le tcns in, .
and srinrg roller tuck .r, prove* thi -orh.o
demonstra~tion. If your choce is a motor
-power press, you will have a x ear-run ma
chine, for the engme iaay reay tod. l
[I jobs for you, pumng,'n sawn . rndn -rn
ning the repair shop, electric -.netc
In the horse power.' prs st1d t r
principle, comipound ir.rge a
step-over. It is the mnc -t e'n
Drop in on your local de2- a
the I H- C hay press ime. (:ret at
him, or, write the
I Iternational HaryesterC Coman c~ America
Columb ia SC
ALEN PLANS TO PUT
ALFALFA ON EVERY FAM
ian to Unite All Interests in Nation-Wide Campaigi
for the General Growing of Alfalfa.
xtension Department to Aid Any Community Interested in Con
ducting Campaign to Encourage the Growing of Alfalfa
No More Difficult to Grow Than Clover and
Gives Double the Yield.
Ifalfa Automobile Trains important Feature of the Work-Schedules to I
Arrar.ged and Meetings to Be Held at Farm Homes-Prominent Speake
to Accompany Each Alfalfa Train-Alfalfa Organizations Will Be Formi
In Each Community to Promote the Work-Field Men Experienced
Alfalfa Growing WIll Follow Up Preliminary Work Wherever Possib
and Give Aid in Getting a Start-Prof. P. G. Holden, Director Extensic
Department, International Harvester Company, Chicago, Will Direct ti
The campaign will be conducted in co-operation with farmers' institutA
nkers, business men, farmers, commercial clubs, granges, live stock a
iry associations and other organizations in any community where the pe
e are anxious to improve their agricultural conditions and are willing
re time and money to carry on the work.
County'and city superintendents of schools, colleges, institute worke
iautauqua lecturers, and others interested in the work will be assisted
itaining alfalfa charts and lantern slides. Alfalfa literature and bookle
il be given wide distribution throughout the country. Special alfalfa ar
ms will be sent to farm journals and magazines, and plate and matrix pag,
newspapers. Alfalfa editions of newspapers will be published where cai
igns are conducted. Dates will be arranged for "Alfalfa Day" in tl
To Begin Campaign Work In East, West and South.
Work- to be started immediately in the cotton belt states and in tl
st and west. Thirty to forty meetings will be held in each county, the nu
r depending on local conditions.
To accomplish the most in agricultural development, we must beg
th'he man behind the crop. Upon him depends the final working out
e princfples of agriculture-the simple and practical things-which 01
hools, colleges and.experiment stations are endeavoring to bring into ge
Professor Hoiden proposes to carry these principles further even th
e very effective 'work done on the agricultural trains, by using that mo
dern vehicle-the automobile-going directly to the people on their o0
rms where the meetings are to be held.
Alfalfa Greatest Soil-Enriching Crop.
Agricultural development needs in addition to the work of our publ
Atitutions, the individual efforts of every merchant, banker, corporation,
)oring man, and this plan calls for their heartiest co-operation.
This plan for increasing the yields of our crops by the more extensi
)wing of that wonderful soil improver, ALFALFA, is meeting the approv
all men who have any knowledge of the beneficial results of its Introdu
n as a general crop.
Campaigns are now being conducted in many of the central westei
Ltes', and Professor Holden is daily answering requests for his assistance'
;anizing other localities, and invites cordial co-operation with every. coi
Where campaigns are contemplated it is required, first, that a request I
,de to the Agricultural Extension Department for assistance in carrying c
What the local people will provide:
(1) Expenses (meals and lodging) for the alfalfa speakers and sta
n their arrival and during the campaign.
(2) From ten to twenty automobiles for each day of the campaign 1
yry the alfalfa crew and invited guests; one auto truck to carry literatur
gage; charts, and other equipment.
(3) Arrange for meeting places and publish schedule of same.
(4) Local advertising.
--) -Photographer, if possible.
The Agricultural Extension Department will provide:
(1) Advance men to assist in organization work,
(4) Special educational articles for newspapers and farm. journals pert
it to alfalfa culture, object of cam~jalgn, etc.
(5) Field men to follow up the preliminary work and aid the people:i
r community where sufficient interest is shown to warrant it,
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oicrhe is hereby given that, the next
mn-uion for obtining T1eachers' BUSINESS SC HO0 0]
itieate wil! be heldat the court
*- in Mamuning on Friday. October Indvda riigfrb
19131, oeginn promp~tly at 9 Tdidatrnng frb
eck. and girls. The course of
he subjects for the examination will EoihbaceSota
~it of luolish Gr~atnma. Geogra- IEgih ba e, Sota
[sysvioiogy aan H iene. Aritb- Trypewrliting and Bookkeepi:
e.I~ Uite tate ,istry cmes offers unsurpassed opportuniti
ra. aod Aiubra- to the youths of your county
atsee h-nhome S oms ori be i -t very reasonable price.~ Boa
z~ed by ihe County I eard. Such can be obtained in toWn. F
inmust obtain a State C ertiicate.
tand the ex:Llamimnin. particulars address,
hoe wh, hoid Second or Third
~e Cetlcts ami he are oD- J. JERVEY,
a aity iahere winh lot he an re ile, 5,C
oainm lanuary as~ hasj bee-n mnGeey
the teaher ele t rthe session
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t b1' pC. Is al wear and adorn"1
We till mil (0rder." (*ar Endy.
and proitpuy. WeManufacture
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COMIP~A N4Y, Gas ahCr o cgt
Charlieston, S. C. ~ -
lL.ALT. loydN. ti
a' i 'i t: : 'u e'in -, Succeed when everything else failt
- -- bIn nervous prostration and femal
r~ ~ geaknesses they are the supren
I * xremedy, as thousands have testifies
~RV~OR d CIIL N1~'EER it is the best medicine ever so3
(iiTWoverer drutrkist's counter.
Alfalfa is rich in
TO PROMOTE ALFALFA.
Burlington to Run Combination
Trains Through Southern Iowa and
Northernr Missouri-600 Alfalfa
Lectures to Be Given In Two
Weeks' Carpaign-700 Automo
biles to Be Used in the Work.
The Chicago, Burlington and Quincy
railroad will run an alfalfa combina
3e tion railway and automobile train for
a two weeks' campaign, making about
60 stops in southern Iowa 'and north
d ern Missouri, beginning July 28, 1913,?
I from Des Moines.
le The plan, as worked out by the Bur
n lington in co-operation with the Agri
cultural Extension Department of the
International Harvester Company of
New Jersey and the agricultural col
leges, Is far in advance of any agri
cultural extension work ever carried
Will Stop at Sixty Points.
to I Local committees at each of the 60
points on the railroad will arrange for
five to ten automobiles to carry the
1 speakers in all directions into the coul
ts try to farm homes, school houses and
t- inland towns within a radius of from
es, four to ten miles, where alfalfa lec
s tures will be given.
During the campaign over 600 al
e falfa lectures will be delivered by
the party to as many audiences, and
from 500 to 700 automobiles will be
10 brought into the service of this great
- educational movement.
These campaigns are conducted on
in a strictly co-operative basis.
of The people -will provide:
Ir 11st. A guarantee of at least five to
- ten automobiles at each railroad stop
to carry the speakers to the points
n in the country where meetings are to
st. be held.
M 2nd. Halls suitable for the central
meeting in towns where train stops.
3rd. Any community desiring a
campaign must send in a request to
e the railroad, agricultural college co
r operating, or to the Agricultural Ex
tension Department, signed by a rep
e resentative number of farmers and
81 business men.
The railroad will provide:
Sleeping cars and dining service for
the alfalfa campaign party, and bag
gage and exhibit cars, literature, etc.
a- I The Agricultural Extension- Dept.
In 2nd. Assistance in organizing and
3rd. Educational charts and other
equipment for lecture purposes, bulle
tins, literature, etc.
4th. Follow-up men, when possible,
to assist the farmers in getting a start
Hearty co-operation on the part of
the people is absolutely necessaw to
make these campaigns successful.
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The Bank of Manning
SPEOPLES BANK .
U Trges its customers to think of+
4 evoting a portion of their landis +
+ dl time next year to the
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MANNING, S. C.
Phone No '77.
R. J. FRANK GEIGER.
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M ANNING. S. C...
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