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white Man Whith Blatk Liver.
heLiver is blood purifier. It was
thought at one time it was the seat of
the passons The trouble with most
is that ther liver lecomes black
Us or-impurities in the blood due
bed phsiucal states, causing Bilious
ess, Headache. Dizziness, andi CCnsti
.pation. Dr. King's New L fe Pills
.will cleanup the Liver, and give you
new life, 25 at your Druggist.-Adv.
A Hotel is Only a Hotel.
No matter what may be said about
ffthe drawbacks of the home, a hotel is
a cold place for a family. The rest
esnia mannifested by many women
of, today may have weakened family
ties flr a time. But there is certain
ty that young people will marry. After
--marriage they will reside in a cottage
or a flat. The-stay-at-homes will ever
1-long for their own fireside. The per
sistent travelers will lose jegard for
the home. With the tourists from the
Old World, they will be content to en
dare the accommodations offered by
the hotel man.-Troy Record.
Don't be a"Grouch."
Many:Qm acquire a reputatioir
S- ess and arouchness when
eir disposition are -not to blame.
Peevishness, irritation, morbidness,
'nn -melascbolia most often are
thevesult of impaired, digestion and
orpaliver- Foley Cathartic Tablets
F-, ma iyouy light, cheerful and energet
ec. At Dicksons Drug Store-Adv.
All persons are hereby notified not to
trespase upon the lands of Miflford es
- te near Bloom Hill, or enter the
gronds and baildingot Millford, with
e-nt first securing permission from the
R. C. Richardson, Jr.
Pinewood. S. C.
S sond Advice.
Taat your friends as you do yotr
aounta, Don't be reckless with
t becauaeyou'v got them
-itijlli7W offer-Thi ad Sc.
Don_ s this,Cat out thi'lip, en
ve-eensa 0'Foley 4DCo-,
Chig:B, .your name and
:dralearly. :You Wreceive in
- ri age, containig
B ioay ande ~Tar , coughs,
o6aad croup, Foley Kidney. Pills,
- n&Ibey Cathartic Tablets. A4 Dick
- c ebe - gense.
7ByJames M. Windham, Esq., Pro
WRRR AS, G. H. -Curtis, made
~salt to me,.to grant him. Letters of
nwith the nuncupative
~~fannexedof the Estate and effects
f-Smel S. stone.
-ese are thdr'efore.to cite and ad
~~~lhall' and singular the kindred
an creditors of the'laid Samuel
S. Stone,. deceased, tbat they be
an-'$d appear before me, in the Court of
Bz- robate, toibe held at Manning on the
Z4th .day of .May next, after publi
escilaohereof, at11l o'clock in the~fore
- oon, to sbow cause, if any they'have,
whjrthes said aministration should not
ienunder my hand this 26th day
-of Aprik A. D.1915.
[Beal.] Judge of Probate.
-Magic for Rust Spots.
-~o oreove rust spots on bathtubs
sad basins and discolorations in toilet
tesin. and sinks. apply murlatlo acid
With a. mop. As soon as the discolora
Stion is removed the acid should be
thoroughly rinsed off with clear water.
-The acid works like magic; it Is al
most Instantaneous In its effect and
the labor of sncrubbing Is saved.
Whensver You Need a (Iqeral Tonico
The OZ&d~tndr Grove's Tasteless
- hi~ Tonkis-equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
sad IRON. It actson the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Ida up the Whole System. 50 cents.
. Her Set All Right.
E!21a-"Allow a horrid man to kiss
me? Never!" Stella-"Neither would
S. But, thankr goodness, there isn't
One among all my male acQuaint
Plies cared In 6 to 14 Days
Yo.r druseiat wmi rerund monr if mzo
garraNiT fafla to care any case Ot Xcimg.
he arIMQa gives Ease and nast .C
May Prove Fatal.
When WM Mani Peoe Lean the Impor.
tance of It.
Backache is on a simple thing at
But if you find 'tis from the kidneys;
That serious kidney troubles may
That dropsy or Bright's disease may
be the fatal end,
You will be glad to know the follow
Tis the statement of a Manning cit
Mrs. J. E. Reardon, W. Boundary
Ave., Manning. says: "I was in bad
shape with rheumatio pains. My joints
were stiff and swollen and I could hard
ly walk or do iny work. My kidneys
acted irregularly and I had dizzy spells
and headaches. The kidney secretions
were unnatural and annoyed me con
siderably. I used Doan's Kidney Pills
procured at the Dickson Drug Co., and
they relieved the rheumatic pains and
benefited me..in every way. I keep
them on hand all the time and they do
me a world of good."
Price 50e. at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Reardon, had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props.Buff, alo, N.: Y.
"Slowed up" at Middle Age.
The hard working kidneys seem to
require aid sooner than other internal
organs. At middle age many men and
women feel twinges of rheumatism.
have swollen or aching joints and are
distressed with sleep disturbing blad
der ailments. Foley Kidney Pills are
safe, prompt and can be depended on to
give relief. At Dicksons Drug Store.
"-*No.W nht Des d as N eet The-De-a
secause of its tonic and laxative effect. axA
-Va DROmo QUINEis betterthanordinarr
Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
ringin in head. 'em ber the l name and
looa for the sinature of X V. GROVE 25c.
W.C.; DAVIS. J.. W. WIDEMAN
DAVls & WIDEMAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,
MANNING. S. C.
LAN NEM GOTE
On Pirst-Class Real Estate
Puidy & O'3ryaA,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Manning S. C.
G. IWARDL . PERRITr
EDWARDS & PERRITT,
Office Over Home Bank and Trust Co.,
G* T. Floyd,
SURVEYOR and C1VI.ENGIEER
Office over Bank of Manning
c. H. LESESNE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
.MANNING, S. C.
ATT9RNEY AT LAW,
MANNING. S. C.
DR. 3. A. COLE~,
Upstairs over Bank of Manning.
MANNING, S. C.
Phone No 7?
DR. J. FRANK GEIGER.
MANNING, S. C.
a. O. PURDY. s- OLIVEII o BatAN
PURDY & O'BRYAN,
Atterneys ounselors at Law
MANNING, S C.
To Driv Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Tke the -Old Standard GROVE'S
TSThLrSSS chill TONIC. You know
what ynare taking, as the formula s
prntdon every label, showing it s
adIron in a tasteless form.
' edrives out malaria, the
Iron builds up the system. 50 cents
When the doctor .came down from
seeing her husband he told her that
her good man would shortly be on the
road to convalescence. "Whats that?"
she asked. "I mean he will be get
ting better" said the doctor. "Yor
will know because he will get Irritable
-extremely 3o." When he called the
next day the doctor found the devoted
woman as happy as a sandboy, smiling
and singing to herself. "And how are
we today?" he asked. "Oh. he's get
ting better all right," she answered.
"He came down to the kitchen this
m~orning and threw a coffeepot at the
cook, and shot our old house dog be
21us it wouldn't say''Please!' So I
cooked him a dish of tripe and onions
and hehas gone back towork. It's
wonderful how you doctors know
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over30Years
Malaria and Moonlight.
Indulgence in moonlight serenades
or -other nocturnal diversions down
in the Panama Canal Zone Is unsafe
unless one is willing to pay th'e
penalty in subsequent large doses of
quinine. Malaria has so largely in
fected the Americans in the Zone
after they have spent an evening at
pleasure resorts, especially in the
suburbs of Panama, that the health
department has been obliged to issue
a special warning that it is unsafe to
do so. In case necessity or the
search for pleasure leads one to so
expose himself, it is said that quinine
SOUTH CAROLINA BOOSTER'S SPECIAL
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
JUNE 18, 1915.
Persons using this train will Celebrate
SOUTH CAROLINA DAN
at Panama-Pacific International Exposition
which has been arranged by the Governor
JUNE 28, 1915.
Southern Railway has been Selected as the
A get toget ser movement under auspices of Cham
bers of Commerce of the State for South Carolinians to
fravel together and become bettor acquainted, boosting
their communities enroute and taking part in the, exer
cises at the Exposition South Carolina Day., Stop-overs
and many attractive Side Trips going and returning.
Make your arrangements through your local Chamber of
Cmmerce or address
W. H. CAFFEY. D. P. A..
Charleston, S. C.
CITY TAILOR SHOP
Cleaning, Dyeing and
OF ALL KINDS OF.GARMENTS.
We also Clean Palm Beach suits. Ladies'
Work A Specialty. Bring your Hats to us
when they need attention. All Work Guar
CITY TAILOR SHOP.
'PHONE No. 1. - OLD BAKERY STAND.
that stand out
As aman you like to dress
so that you stand out from
the crowd-above the aver
age. As merchants it is our
desire to sell clothes that lift
us into a class by ourselves.
That is why we were qukto
arrange for th.eclIv
Theysepresent big elised the
-is low. You can Musthe fab
icdepend onthetples andcount
kfldown you could have a new suit in
zsetnn acorzding to the absolute guarry
- te ed tepecal sui.
MANNING, S. C.
should be "nipped in the
bud", for if allowed to run
unchecked, serious results
may follow. Numerous
cases of consumption, pneu
ronia, and other fatal dis
eases, can be traced back to
a cold. At the first sign of a
cold; protect yourself by
thoroughly cleansing your
system with a few doses of
the old reliable, vegetable
Mr' Chas. A. Ragland, o.
,tadison He;ghis. Va., says.
"I have been using Thed
lord's Black-Draught to r
stomach troubles. indiges
ion and colis. and find it te
be the very best medicine 1I
ever used. It makes an old
man feel like a yot.ng orie."
Insist on Thedford's,
original and genuine. E
Death by Freezing.
it is not clearly understood how se
vere cold causes death, remarks the
journal of the American Medical Asso
clation. A variety of causes have been
ussumed to be at work-accumulation
of carbonic acid, paralysis of the vaso
motor centers, loss of heat, accumula
tion of blood in the heart, anemia of
the brain, destruction of fed cor
puscles-all of xhich tends to show
that we really do not know anything
definite as to the precise cause. The
signs of death caused by exposure to
Told are also poorly understood. This
Is espeilally unfortunate In view of the
fact that in all northern countries
:ases of death from freezIng frequently
presept theelves for investigation.
Mal Takes His Ows Medicine Is an Optimist
H bs absaw faith in his medicine
-he kows when he takes it for certain
ailments be gets relief. People who
take Dr. Kiog's New Discovery for an
rritating Cold are optimists-they
know this coneh -remedy will penetrate
the linings of the throat, kill the germs
and open the way for Nature ' to- act.
You can't destroy a Cold by superficial
treatment-you must go to the cause
of the trouble. Be an optimist. Get a
bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery to
da, at your Druggist.-Adv.
iad Proved It.
"Daughter," called the father from'
is position at the top of the stairs,
t the well-known hour of 11:55 p. in.,
doesn't that young man know how
o say good-night?" "floes he?')
ehoed the young lady in the dark
nd hall; "well, I aould say h~e
A Seventy-Year-Old Couple.
Mr. and Mrs, T. B. Carpenter. Har
isburg, Pa., suffered from kidney
rouble for many years but, have been
ntirely cured by Foley Kidney Pills.
e says: "Although we aire both in
he se venties we are as vigorous as we
were thirty years ago." Foey Kidney
ills stop sleep disturbing bladder
weaknesa. backache. rheumati m and
aching joints. At Dicksons Druiz
Elephant Gave Sick Soldier a Pill.
In the Island of Ceylon, where there
are a great many elephants, there was
a. young one which had been caught
and tamed when It was a little thing.
The doctors at a hospital used to take
It round the wards with them In the
morning, when It would see the sick
soldiers take their medicines and pills.
One morning a native soldier dropped
his pill on the ficor. In an Instant the
elephant picked it up with Its trunk,
popped the pill Into the man's open
moth, and, with a'great puff, blew It
down. The elephant in its wild state
plucks tender leaves from the trees
with Its trunkt; feod growing about
the roots of trees it dies up with' its
tusks. It takes up water with Its
trunk and pours It down its throat
When the flies worry, It breaks off
the branch of a tree, cnd. making a
hand of its truuk, uses the branch like
a fan.--Frote 'The Childs Dook of
Danger to Children.
Serious illness often result. from lin
erinir coughs and colds. Th. barking
rd ennehini ard rlisturbedi s'& op rack
t hild'. b 'dy a'd 'ta p .is '. w-- k.>n
,ie syst.e. s . t i. d ~*~.;O a 3' be
:hion off Fo'.-y" Hon;ey unol :Pair
ompound has e irol congjs. c,!s and
roup f-r t hr- e "-nerin". e fe re
int an t qui.-k to. a,.. Ti' ere 14 n ,b -t
e meuie-ne ftr ertoup, eouu I ~a :d
qolds At D) sha Deng 'ore. - :'iv
They Don't Know.
Men talk about what they would do
If they had $1,000,000, but nine out of
ten lie about It. If they had SL,000,
000 the first thing they would do
would be to lay plans and concoct
schemee for getting two.-TEolede
lsw~To~ (live Quinine~ To~ Children.
PEBRLTNE is the trade-mark name given to an
lmproved Quinine. It is a Tas.teless syrup, pleas
ant to take and does not disturb the storirtch.
Cildren take it and never know it is Quinine.
Also especially adapted to adults who cannot
take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor
cause nervousness nor ringing in the head. Try
it the next time you need Quinine for any pur
pose. Ask for 2-ounce original package. ''he
name FEBIRILINE is blown in bottle. 25 cents.
Chances Are That Escor~t Didn't.
Photograpber (taking plain-looking
girl and her escort--"Now, try not to
think of yourselves at all-think o'
something pleasant."-ondon Opin
Whele Family Dep~ndent.
Mr. E. \\i 1 :0:-. liamion. OS
we teo: "0-tr whol~e fa mily deptendl en
Piue-Tar~ Honey." Maybe someone in
your family has a severe tCold--r
haps ittis the ba by. The .original D~r.
Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey is ao ever r< ady
household remedy-it gives immediate
rehef. Pine-Tar-Honey pnetrates
the linings of the Throat and Lungs
destroys the Germs, and allows MatureJ
act: At yourn Druggist, 25c.-Adv.
1il 01/ G SILAGE
Descristian of Devicus in Use for
Overhead Feed Carrier Is Advisable
Where Silo Is Adjacent to Feed
'Yard-Much Depends on Num
ber of Stock to Be Fed.
(By L. W. CHASE.)
From two to three inches of silagi
should be removed from the entire
surface of the silo daily during the
summer months and at least half oa
this amount in the winter. In tlre
above-ground silos the silage may ce
dug loose with a silage fork and al
lowed to fall down through the? chute
to the ground, where It may be loade
into the cart or carriers and fed wher
desired; or it may be dropped direct3
into a cart, carrier, or wagon, anC
taken to the stock.
If the silo'is adjacent to-the bar
and there is a smcoth way from sil
to red manger, a simple silage car
i.- most convenient device foi
Illustrating How a Swing Track Ma
Be Attached to a Strong Silo and th
!:a-e Distributed to Several Fee
taking the silage to the stock. Th
cart can be left beneath the sil
chute and filled from above withou
reshoveling the silage. Loose silag
weighs about 18.5 pounds per cubii
foot, and this should be given con
sideration when building a cart fo
a definite capacity.
More often than 'otherwise the sil
stands either In or adjacent to thi
feed yard, in which case there is ver
seldom a smooth way from silo t4
bunks. An overhead feed carrer i
then generally advisable. This de
pends upon the number of stock to b
fed. Such a carrier may easily be at
ranged. If the yards are small
swing track may be attached to th<
silo and the silage distributed to ses
eral feed bunks.
When several carloads of stock arl
being fed silage, the/ most convIenien
scheme is to throw the feed into ,
wagon and distribute it to the feei
bunks with a team.
Some sort of hoisting device shoul,
be used In pit and semipit silos
Where the pit is more than ten fee
deep, hand hoists and power hoist
are being used for this purpose. Th
simplest hoist is that of the bucke
raised hand over hand, but this rc
quires one person in the pit-and ax
other above ground. A better schem,
and 'one which is practical where thi
siio is located In the barn between thi
mangers, is to obtain several basket
and equip~ them with stiff bails, the:
use them as follows: Fill the basket
and place them In the silo convenien
for raiding, climb out of the silo, ani
by' means of a book on a rope, hool
a basket of silage to it and hoisti
out. After the basket is emptiec
drop it back into the silo, release th:
hools, and~ hook another basket
A homemade hoisting device fo
semipit sflos and which can be adapte<
to pit silos as well, consists of a three
Inch pipe carrying a wooden wheel an:
two drums. An old milk can file<
with scrap iron Is used as a counte:
weght. It should be slightly lighte
than the weight of the cart and th
A h-:rse-power hoisting devicei
easily- used for silos entirely belos
ground. These silos have an openini
An Adaptation of a Feeding Arrange
ment Which' Can Be Used as VWe
.-or Above-Ground Silo as for Bani
In the roof through which silage i
hoisted. The carrier is a box abou
four feet long by two feet wide, has
ing a hinged bottom. The box Is hoisi
ed and pulled over to the dump chut
by means of one horse. A trip rop
allows the operator to dump the silag
through the chute and return the ca:
rier. An ordinary hayfork cable an
carrier are used. This same arrange
meat may be used for feeding int
See that the collar is large encugi
and fits properly t.o the shoulder c
the horse. Sore neck is usually cause<
by a pinching of t.he collar. Neve
carry buckles or snaps on the hame;
In such a way that they may worn
under the collar arnd cause ugly soros
Csauty in Ci'aight Rows.
Straight row enhance the app~ear
eee''.::c orchard. It will ray t<
All persors having demandis agains
tho 1istate ,,f Samuel P. Fairey. wil
present them duly attested, and those
indebted will make payment to the un
B. W. DesChamps
C. W. Evans
Pinewood, S. C.
Invigorating to the Pale and Sicki:
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic
GROvE'S TASTELESS chinl TONIC, drives ou
Malaia.enriches the blood~andbuilds up the sy:
temn. A true tonic. For adu'e and children. 50
Notice to Creditors.
All persons hiavinir claims against
he estat~e of Henry [3. Cutter deceasei
wl! present themn du y atte'sted an<
those Owinty s:d e tate wi i manuk( pay~
m Im to the- d reii.ned Cu-flltd( ex
ecut(:-' f i aid s: n-.
ANNIE 13 C;UTTER.
Adr mi nistratrix.
FOLEY KIDNEY PLIA
FOR BACKACH'E KIDNEYS AND BlADDiiR
Sucken's Arnica Salve
The Red! Salvo In The World.
CREAMERY AS MARKET
Proper Method of Grading Ege-Whi te
(Prepared by the United State Depart- t
mnent of AgrIculture.) Z
Because of the methods of handling tC
and marketing eggs In common 'uase I
among the general farmers who fur- e
nish the great bulk of th e supply, -it d
is not often that the producer can get c
the full benefit of the high prices for d
strictly fresh eggs during the fall and e
winter months. It is customary In e
many sections of the country .for' the e
-farmer to take to town at irregular 't
intervals a basket of eggs somsd of
Fwhich may be clean and some dirty, e
some absolutely fresh and some dis- s
itinctly below the highest grade. He is r
usually paid by number, not qluality,' e
and thus gets no additional profit from t
the eggs that are really first class. 'a
tThe village merchant,' moreover, who r,
takes these eggs is not usually in a t
position to make regular shipments a
to large markets. The result of all a
this is that before the eggs reach the r
rltimate consumer they have deterio- %
rated to such an extent that they are t
.not of a Quality to commad the high
est prices. o l
This waste can be, to a great extent ic
at least, remedied by a system of mar- i
keting eggs through creameries.' It
is not necessary for the creamery to c
be a co-operative one, for even a pri- t
vately owned establishment will natd t
rally be desirous of adding to' the (
prosperity of the neighborhood and to -
oblige as far as possible Its patrons.
. For this reason it should content 1
ttself with a moderate prot on the I
eggs. This gs nothe case with o'ne pri- 1
vately owned creamery in the north- <
ern part of Minnesota, whidh may be A
taken as an eicellent example of the I
possibiliti of marketing eggs in this,
way. m T
A short time ago about 135 farmers 3
hwere selling their eggs through this
agency. They were scatteeter ao a
wide territory, one man even driving t
14 miles. Before the creamery con- i
sented to market their eggs for them t
eac far wuast requmred t hig h
"Fot rtepi ee fslig gst
this wrase canyt an get etnt
art lestabeised byor guaranteedmar
frketsh eggs, throg undrgem ere t
pledgtecesarftor mpl cnreaery toy
wit ralyhe dio uslow ading toles:e
Itl withee odevrtegg prto the '
~ aeyndcreamery I thetwl notrthxced
ernh pat old Mindst, whicke may b
(atered)anwicelln evyxampey. th
AEgsr tibe aof buniorm famer(osn
wereselling terz eggs) truhhi
wiEgg teriory ne anant eept drin
14 ow eggls.Bfr th e creamen on
sented. tomre hi gsfrte
Each regg was requirmed- osin the
"Foare thprvlg toselln eggs to
the creamery 'company, and togetn
stmsark estbihed supoie guaathaed
bfesegrns I, thindrsgeIshud herie
to agrenie to dele eggs to the
creamery thma inotb xce
ehtrays poldt and toi bgeementedren
(gathyeofdntice. Invthe fdrta lae,
SEigtdas toay o norem sffee(nl un
dfesine r ority eggs plcstod
"Bvrothe eggs bt te pugt in n~
haeotaree i thmereamruly -
tcremrycmpl , and titgte wto thegtrn
erntapsada and thples stoagae
befryioledlr, inwase Ifoud sufciet
to discptietosl eggs ingoodton te
wthy wofl benoible elswherpe,
eiht brown maynot white egsufieetsey
arte becaue maity asfon plasto this
livedt the sbtrcieso the ngtinM
neskaga, evndn suedl, arecausua it
ecouagd th toetepin oft he gah
eray wie aggs. Dun the storein
pai toe cthmrrwie eggs ingo odtionI
for bow menth rollws hwever that
ftuhe~ ould possibln melewhe
in the mrket, and wht eg wershep-t
stimulato the attrapingvfeneslassthe
chiackaes, nd srecody bcuse itr
heuae stheeping of hengss wipor
t ayt whe eggsp Durtined the sprin
-onth the oweaer the creameryn
~ aid on ent nmrer for white eggsuthr.
fors bron onase ond harelesnesso
Sfaiture hetouldabtain mre opr qualit
ith arosie and thace he wishdut
stimulte the kinida ofoner adf
la The stampie ofwhei elgged.Imor
1ache tamr coaiunised th na
suppfythe camrytons eaeof whicahed
anedoze serial nere eahperd
Thus inCar oacrlees o r
falue o aiTwheopar quat
it asposiletotrcloed ou
bakuo et Sth e iiiulpouer and
- la th blae were t blongd. e
PEaes fared was furni4Dshe wit a
Yone dozu ggs arfnd moere so shpedT
INTwoN ailocre Ladcs of Buhig,
BinlesdiCurertd irg6ileint1days. P
Yourdrugistwillrefud mney f PAO C
FOR FARMIffS EGGS
and Brown Ones Packed Separitely.
iat they eculd be raeked In a regular
1-dozen cgg case, and shipped from.
ie creamery to: market by express.
he labor and cost of handling the
:79s at, the creamery were thus re
ced to i miuimum. They were never
mndid because thie fariner was sun-'
i 'chlgations .to brint in only *geo-1
;gs, and failure to do so was regard
d as sufiicient ground for the cream
'y's *refusing to handle the -eggs of
te offender in the future
In the particular case desceribed, the
gg-s were shipped to a large grocery:
:ore In Duluth, P..inn, which was al
:a.1y -takirng butu."r !rem the cream-.
ry. This stor~e was Ale te sell 06
ggs to its customers for sevelail centa.
dozen more than the prevaimtg
rices for other eggs. - It is interetg
> note; also, that the buyers became,
ecustomed to the stamp on the -eggs"
d when' by... accident twocas
eached , the store unstimped there6
-as a little difculty In diposing of
Thi increased profit to the farers
'rough this method of mandleing as
et s noticeambe- during the sreing
-hen =egg are plentifuL as whes they
-ere scarene. During te winter thc
gs, erence was sometimes as greatr
m cents a dozen, and when this par
lcu'lar creamery was visited one Dea
emnb:'r the fa-ners were recei'ving
3 cents re dozen for their eggs. o
Iis very time farmers in the neary
ilLnge were paid 25 cents a dozen.
i'thy the.incrgern prec the proam
irn rose raIdly also. before the
tdzerry took up the marketing o
i ce-s the supply received by-th
>cal storekeepers vas -hardly 'more
In suascient for the loer demand.
.ter the creamery. paid out i one -
ear nearly $4,000 to producers- of
anearly all of which were shipped
.way. ~'This accountsior the fact that
he k1,-Al merchants, who were at'first
l ned to look with disfavorupon
11L t_novation, soon saw that L n
Thent increased profits to them ae
-Ter is noal rng he a system
imila egg are penifuust whencribey
houde t e a.durnpte win ter the
fer:.ncs. La soitiesaswilea; ci
enserer centrtean whengehs, par
lenr re::amery. wriscil vii oeman
din tocty fares- eerecertvin
>I crn greaten fr'ir eor'th. pro
uct ery h tthe arersinh e aobe
>~t dteiraed pn the rodto
!em rosfe aedn soe. BFall the
rofit.s from sug brecied may te
ale tstblsent tet a creaery
ssible then cratr aid ut iern foe
'ery perlyd $4,00 alon pdce.o
Locaryi lln-M hch er siped
.ra- Thi Bracansfohfat tca'.eing
he uesectswh wrq ere atfrists
hul :noaire sbe sarw~ thatl oven
lecland iznwirn towhe itms hayd
rshoul itre amedi plotemi e
>the iustnon risc whgey an systema
itiort the ner.te dryust desre
ery windLocprings.iWhere swchlcon
taure rerdcra n th andes ut
le wite meanthat the, mle will mi.
re outs shndreutly, be. blown
ciDin in ie to buaet ard cer.
o ced rater ves aspartrofths ices.
7heresno ion the ~hc groun anwd
ateriodsate onte ra fmeace or
hre tontions peuri Fisnil-y the
ois roms by blowinis mayrevened
eaom the standpismnt of abcreamryp
entage,~ whien bticas~lt scattrngr
oiry lrodse alonei.Thfamrwl
Gnwrrow Prctoflisal Largel. eo
Weocannotc grocpis prostnIey
itot feodcastnug Stto ecr the
Theing stal .rqnty ies
Douck eggsre besr- easinly uir"
hes and Sui.rrits ad
gsouldstobe a edIpltsob
-o QdSs the eto srelye on'o Ca
ion.rst caeoattder f olorad standrg
iturey the wnerful, ody weithl Dry,
rer's windyispirHaingoil t suchieves
ewintd eans thae tme. m5c.5ec.i1.00