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OF INTEREST TO FARMERS
Clemson College, S. C., Dec. 11.
By adding a bucket of cowpeas to
every three buckets of cracked corn,
sorghum seed, wheat, or whatever
mnxture is fe-1 the laying hens, the
production of eggs is materially in
Sorehead is cauisedl by the chickens
coming in contact with mold spores.
By keeping them away from moldy
litter or moldy grain or other car
riers of mold, the disease will not
appeair in your flock.
To cure sorehead dip the head of
each affieted chicken in at solution
of acid iron sulfate or cresol. Full
particulars about the treatment of
this and other diseases are in the
bhird edition of Bulletin 16, Pool
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try Cultur3 for South Carolina,
which has just been published. It
is distributed free of charge to any
one in the state.
Pullets hatched in January make
excellent summer and fall layers
when the mature hens are molting.
'1 h Simplified Clemson Egg Mash
is mixed as follows: 15 pounds
cottonseed meal, 15 pounds cowpea
meal, 30 pounds cornmeal, 20 pounds
ground oats, 10 pounds wheat shorts,
and one-half pound fine table salt.
Unless you can obtain prime, bright
2ottonseed me(ral reco.nmended for
noultry feeding, reject this product
and increase the amount of cowpea
meal to 30 pounds.
Keep this mash dry before the
layers constantly. Morning and
night feed them the mixture of
grains and cowpeas in litter to make
them exercise. A supply of ground
limestone or ground oyster shells and
ye just receiv
rules. You cs
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n mule oracd
.n extra fine 1<
11 not be able
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ap Robes, Et<
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a dish of clean water are also nec
Turkeys fatten well in confinement
when fed as recommended aboke'"'for
laying hens. They will eat the cow
peas readily and also the dry pash.
HEAVY LOSSES IN COTON
Clemson College, Dec. 11.-In a re
port to the Secretary of Agriculture,
made public recently, the Office of
Market and Rural Organization stat
ed that the losses to cotton growers
in the United States probably reach
ed $7,500,000 in 1913-1914 because
grades were not properly taken into
account in the primary sales, and
that in spite of a tendency toward
improved conditions since the promul
gation of the official cotton standards
of the United States the losses due
to inaccurate grading are still great.
The growers are urged to familiar
ize themselves with grades and to
insist that the proper classification
be given their bales by buyers. Em
phasis is also placed on the econbmic
importance of securing proper gin
ning, adequate baling and covering,
and proper storage.
It is shown that great and incon
sistent variations in prices are paid
L. W[II[MRHORN & SON,
Sole' Distributors of
Moisture resisting and Special
Manufacture makes it the best.
Write us for samples and prices.
Black Rock Wall Board.
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to do bet
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Disease Once Pronounced Incurable
Now Being Dislodge by 'Remedy
Which is Already Com
pounded by Nature.
Pellagra is fast losing its terrors
owing to a remarkable remedy which
is being put on the market by a
Birminghams concern. So far as is
known it is the only remsdy which
goes directly to the seat of trouble
in Pellagra cases and now performs
its healing work with absolute cer
Mr. Alex R. Tharin, known for
miles around Greenville, S. C., was,
a victim of this dreaded disease and
writes: "I suffered with Pellagra a
long time and could fn nothing to
help me a particle. I wa ill at home
when a friend advised me to try Sul
ferro-Sol. Within two days I had
improved so much I could go back to
work and after taking three bottles
I am perfectly well. Seeing the good
it (lid me I made my wife use it for
nursing sore mouth. She had been
told by the Doctor that it could not
be cured but Sulferro-Sol healed it
right up, and she has had no further
tirouble with the disease. We consid
ei Sulferro-Sol the greatest curative
remedy ever put on the markdt and
we cannot say half enough for it."
Sulferro-Sol can be found at any
Drug Store. If your Druggist does
not have Sulferro-Sol he will order
it for you. The Murray, Drug Co.,
Columbia, State Distributors.-Adv.
for cotton of different grades. The
average of prices on observed trans
actions in Alabama for one month
for example, was 13.51 cents for
strict good primary and 13.47 cents
for strict good middling, the latter
being six grades better than the for
mer. The higher grade of cotton thus
sold for 20 cents less per bale than
that of the lower grade, when on
the basis of New Orleans difference
it was actually worth $7.50 per bale
Investigation showed that for the
same grade the prices paid were on
the whole considerably greater in the
eastern States than in those west of
the Mississippi. These differences are
much greater than difference in
freight rates to the mills alone would
account for. The other factors in
favor of the East are believed to
have been the direct purchase by mill
buyers, the existence of better stor
age facilities, the availability of rela
tively cheap money, and the more
general knowledge of grading among
faimers. Although the grading in the
East is a trifle better than that in
the West, the eastern growers must
nevertheless exert tremendous ef
forts toward proper grading.
H1OW TO MAKE HEAD
CHEESE FROM HOGS
Clemson College, S. C., Dec. 11.
In making head cheese, split the head
and divide again crosswise. Cut out
the eyes, remove the brains, and cut
off ears and snout. Soak over night
in cold water to draw out blood and
dirt, and rinse several times. When
thoroughly cleansed cover with hot
water andl boil until the meat falls
from the bones. Pick out all the
bones, dIrain the meat from the soup,
andi chop up tine. If there is much
soulp or liquor boil it down, then place
the meat in the liquor andl season to
suit the taste with salt and pepper.
The cheese can be flavored by plac
ing some sliced onion and spices in
a cloth sack and allowving this to
b)oil with the liquor. Also add a lit
tle vinegar to suit the taste. Let
boil for about half an hour or until
it has cooked dlown nice and thick,
and then pour into small crocks and
weight dlown while cooling. When
cold it should. be a solid gelatinized
mass. Pour melted lard over -it,
enough to cover it well, as this seals
it from tht air. Cover and set awVay.
Ily using small crocks only a portion
needl be unsealed and the meat wvill
elinsent., Fever Indigestion. ies
Sick Hleadeoh., k"oIsoned Systens an
a scoro oi other troubie follow.
Don't let ConstIpation East.
Kee yor RdnesLiver and Bowela
Nothing better than
All DruggIsts 25 cente
SATIBFACTION OR MONEY DACE
For Best Results Ship
Long Staple Cotton
WHA LEY & RIVERS,
Charleston. S. C.
Oritrinal promoters of Staple
Cotton In'the Southeast.
to use this year is a mixtude of equal
parts of Acid Phosphate and Cotton
This mixture will analyse NINE per
cent, available Pho'sphoric Acid. and
THREE AND ONE-HALF per cent. Am
monia, and nearly if not quite ONE
per cent- Potah.
We are prepared to furnish both the
above materials and. alsh . Blood and
Tankage. and we solicit inquiries.
MANNING OIL MILL
Manning, S. C.
is as nea' as your postollice or Vyour telephone. A
caird or a long distatce call, and our service is at your
Writing Machines Repaired by Experts.
We carry a full line of Oflice Fixtures and Supplies
and are sole dealers in
L. C. SMITH & BROS'. TYPEWRITERS.
(The "Silent Snaith") and
SHAW.WALKER FILING CABINETS
RODGERS OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
57 Broad St. - - Charleston, S. C.
A MODERN TONIC.
It is recommended to Improve the Ap
petite, give tone to the stomach, build up
that run dlown condition and promote
strenqth. Order a bottle today.
Dickson's Drug Store
"Time tells wha
ouI~ did yesterda
If fr o thr eaon) than I the un i oreseent demnuIds inici
to huitin life, you ow oursellj a Iiank - co'unt.
Il1 Ia dut-y. bec~aLuse youP hiaven't the p)ower to predict
futureo but you l''-e poe to starit a Bank atccount and t'ortif
the' fatore.C Beides i -v tVoit I> b itlp worth vyVou g in-3m to sunc
Begin today with $.
The Bank of MannIn
keep all winter. It is nit e sli. ed and
served cold or sonme can'be laid inCA
weak- vinegar, thus pickling enough WrJtn
for a .serving, or the slices can be
rolled in flour and fried a nice brown. 1I@FoOvar
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