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TH E BIG ST
CL[MSON COLLEGE ADVISES
EVERYONE TO PLANT HEAVY
March 22, 1917.
To All Men and Women of South
The conditions, as being reported,
of the food crops of the world if not
alarming are serious. This is espec
ially true when we realize that the
reserves wvill be exhausted at the end
of this crop year.
Ie is reported that the English
wheat crop is' exceedingly backward.
The Dutch crop is small. The French
WOMAN PRAYED [OR
ONE DAY'S RELIF
Mrs. Jennie Tommie of Notasulga,
Ala., Was Tortured Beyond Words
and Found Remarkable Remedy.
"I am evry reluctant to appear in
print, but I feel it my sacred dluty to
send this for the benefit of other suf
ferers," writes Mrs. Tommie.
"I suffered for years with a skin
disease that was so malignant and
painful that it cannot be described.
No remedy could be found to help
me. I prayedl for even one day's
relief. Then I got a bottle of Sul
ferro-Sol and was bewildered to find
myself improving at once."
"This wonderful nature remedy "ac
tually drove away every trace of my
terrible skin disease, and made me as
well andl as sound as a woman can
"Sulferro-Sol is simply wonderful
-too wonderful for words. It cured
myskin torture when all other rome
(lies failed. I shall always bless this
great gift from Nature, Sulforro-Sol."
SULFERRO-SOL Is sold and ree
onmmended by all DRtUQGISTS AT
Manning,.S. C., and vicinity.
D:RE ON THE CORNER.
crop is very much less than usual, t
and what is most alarming Argentina o
wvill have little wheat or corn to ex
port. The Australianz wheat crop is .ir
reported 50,000,000 bushels less than a
last year's. The statement is made a
that the English Government has con
tracted for the entire .surplus of this t
year's wvheat crop of Canada. Wheat a
in the winter growing states in our
country has suffered much for the
w.ant of moisture. Early vegetables
in the Southern States have been de
stroyedl by recent freezes. Coming
nearer home, the prospects for wheat
and oat crops in South Carolina areh
the most discouraging In years. The
season is very backward, therefore, ti
little gardening has been (lone in this
The country is virtually in a state
of war and we have every reason to
expect that in a short time thousands
of. young men may be called from the
fields to Ntrms. Therefore, it is nec- c
essary to impress upon all classes of
our p~eople the urgent need of grow
ing all vegetables for table use and
for canning purposes.
You should take this matter up not
only wvith the farmers but with the
officials and residlents of cities and
villages and bring about organiza- ~
tions for the cultivation of vacant
lots in food crops. Chambers of '
Commerce, wvomen's clubs and every
agency should be appealed to assist
in this most important wvork. The
productibn of forage crops on large p
areas, particularly thei velvet bean, bj
sorghum, Soudan grass, cowpeas, and ni
soy beans, is urgent. The acreage in ti
corn should be greatly increased. s
The greatest care should bd taken p:
with spring pigs. Hogs are now sell- I
ing in the northern markets at 15 8-4 i
cts. a poundl on foot; beef cattle from r
10 to 12 cts. a pound on foot with p
every prospect of increasing. The b
acreage of sweet potatoes should be ta
Increased many -fold. Every farmer a
should plant a crop of fall Irish pota-- 2
The right c
B to (
>es-the Outlook Mountain variety if
With the food supply of the wvorld
its present condition, we may be
ssuredl of a profitable dlemand for
11 food crops. We owe it to our
elves and our country to produce
te necessary supplies for the family
nd, in the event that war is declared,
r the men who are performing their
atriotic dluty. The indications are
1at for the first time since the Civil
har we will be unable to p rchase
rom other countries. Therefore, it
imperative that we produce themi at
eme. This possibility of shortage
may bring sonme of our people to ac
If you think wvise have this article
ublished in your local paper. Call
our bankers, merchants and farmers
Sconference so that the most power
il influence may be put on motion
r the growing of nece 'ary food
rops for man and beast.
W. WV. Long,
DuRanit Home D)emonstration Club.
DuRant Home Demonstration Club
iet with Mrs. M. V. Plowden, March
Sloan's Liniment For Rheumatism
The torture of rheumatism, the
ains andi aches that make life un
earable are relieved by Sloan's Lini
ient, a clean clear liquid that is easy
>apply and more effective than mus
y plasters or ointments because it
enetrates quickly' without rubbing.
'or the many pains and aches follow..
rig exposure, strains, sprains andl
discle soreness, Sloan's Liniment is
romptly effective. .Always have a
ottle handy for gout, lumbago,
mothache, backache, stiff neck and
11 external pains. At druggists,
less men often for
:r clothes until th<
get after them.
re ready for the fell
o make quick work
e right thing.
The some price the nation over:'
ie busy line here of
You know their
wool fabrics. Gu
icreasing demand fro
salifornia has enal
:rs to produce Stylep
national price $17
an pay a higher or a low<
makes, also known to 1
ties, gloves, shirts, hosier
you need to get right for
~1st. While there was not a full at
endance it was rather the most in
eresting meeting of the series so far.
Discussed "Care of Food in the
lome." Many goodl ideas were
>rought out which could not fail to
The ladies were again urgedl to
ceep strict records of all that is (lone,
md( the advantage of the Short
lourse at Winthrop dIwelt upon01.
We the ladies of this Club desire
.o express our appreciation of the
CON[ [OR COOD
[tesults That Last Are What Appeal
to Manning People.
Kidney suirerers in Manning want
nore than temporary relief.
Thley want results that last
Results like Mrs. Wells tells about.
Hier's wa's a thorough test.
Four years is a long time.
D~oan's Kidney Pills have stood the
est and stoodl it wvell.
Why experiment with an untried
People here in Manning have shown
Read Mrs. Wells' story:
She says: "I suffered from (lull,
lagging backaches, pains across my
<idlneys, headaches and (dizziness.I
tot a blox of, Doan's Kidney Pills from
Burn's Drug Store and found them to
se just what I needed. In a short
~ime I was relievedl of the aches andl
pains in my back and had no further
brouble from my kidneys."
.A Lasting Cure.
Four years later, Mrs. Wells said:
'The cure Doan's Kidney Pills gave
mec, has bean a lasting one."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
M4rs. Wells has twilce publicly recom..
mended. Foster-Milburn Co., Props.,
Bunfalo. N._ V-Ardv.
of it and
lus at the
:r price for
16. S. C.
very efficient and conscientious work
of our County Agent who is always
so prompt to meet her appointments
and bring something instructive every
Mrs. James Reaves,
Harvin Home Demonstration Club.
The Home Demnonstration Club of
Hlarvin met at Mrs. J1. B. Brogdon's
on March 20th, 1917. The meeting
openedl by singing Club Song follow
edI by Club Prayer. T[here were eight
members present and~ responded to
roll call with quotations. The name
of Mrs. Maggie Britton was added to
our Club Roll. We are always glad
to have new members and all give
Mrs. Britton a hearty welcome.
Then Miss Richardson gave us a
very instructive talk on "Care of Food
in the Home." She also showed the
home madle Iceless refrigerator.
A committee consisting of Miss
Richardson, Mi~s Maybin Hlodge, and
Mrs. E. D. Hlodge was appointed to
write Resolutions on the death of Miss
Community Sanitation will be the
topic for next meeting which will bc
A pr il 17th.
There being no further business the
Club adjourned with motto prayer.
FOR DR UNK ENNESS
-Montgomery, March 26.- Capt. Wil
liam T. Wingo, of the Second Alaba
ma Infantry of Birmingham, has been
dlismissed from the service after
courtmartial, in which charges of
habitual drunkenness and condluct un
becoming an officer wvere preferred.
Adjt. Gen. Hlubbard statedl today that
the War Department has approved
Woman Thought She
Die. Cured by Lyd'
Ogdensburg, Wis.-"I suffe
female troubles which caused
and side. I
lost all my a
so I had to
. bed. The d
ation but I
not listen to
< E. Pinkham's
tried it. The
relief and six bottles have en
cured me. All women who have f
trouble of any kind should try Lyd
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Mrs. ETTA DORION Ogdensburg,
Physicians undoubtely did their
battled with this case steadily and.
do no more, but often the most seie
treatment is surpassed by the medi
properties of the good old fashi
roots and herbs contained in Lydi
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
If any complication exists it pay
write the Lydia E. Pinkham Meth
Co., Lynn, Mass., for special free ad
PAXVI[E NEWS NOTES
April 2-7, inclusive, has been desi
nated as "Clean-Up Week," for Pa
ville, and community. Al residen
of the incorporate limits are esp
ially urged to observe same, and pe
sons owning vacant lots, not residen
of the town are asked to comply wit
this request. Policeman John Broad
way will make a thorough inspectio
of all premises the following week
and will report all nuisances to th
The flower mission department o
the Woman's Christian Temperance
Union has recently been instrumental
in organizing a chrysanthemum cluL.
Several ladies have entered their
names. It is not necessary to become
a member of the union to join the
club. The president, Mrs. N. G.
Broadway, will be glad to give infor
mation to any one desiring to become
a member, and is very anxious for a
large membership. The blooms will
be. on exhibition, and several prizes
will be awarded for the most suc
cessful ,rowers, sometime during the
Mrs G. H. Curtis, .Jr., has returned
from Columbia, where she had Master
Henry Beach, for special treatment,
at one of the hospitals. She was ac
companied by Mrs. Madge Curtis, of
Chesterfield, and little daughter,
Mrs. Hattie DuRant came Wednes
day from Bishopville to visit her
daughter, Mrs. W. R. Keels.
Mrs. Marion Cox, and children,
from Florence are visiting her
mother, Mrs. H. J. Mceod.
A large audlienee greetedl.Mr. John
K. Bree'din, of the Anti-Saloon Lea
gue, on Sunday evening, at the Meth
Odist church, where by specialIv.
tation of the Woman's Christian
Temperance Union, he mnade a force
fuil address in menmory of Miss
Frances Willard, the founder of the
organization. Mr. Breedin's messages
carried profoundl thought, were ably
presented, andl were favorably receiv
ed by the audlience. Special music
was rendleredl by Misses Leatha Ed
wardls, andl Jessie Curtis. A generous
coanti''mtion was donated for th-e
Fra nces WVi :1a rl Memnorial F'und.
YEAR IN P'RIMON FOR
New York. Mairch :N.--Sentences of
a year an-1 a (lay in the United States
penitentiary, at At lant a, and a line cf
$1 was passed in the Federal Comn t
here today on Gieorge Vaux Bacor,
American newvspaper main, who plead
ed guilty to going to England as a
spy for Gernmny.
F"OR PLA NTrNG; Cotton Seed, see
me, I have Loig and Short Staple.
WV. E. Reardon.
Dr. T. E. Cothrami i1 a wvell-known
pharmacist of Alexis, A'a. And when
ho gets bilious or needls a purgative
medicine, wvhat do yca cupp~ose he
does ? Out of his whol.o big stock cf
liver miedicino ho selects and uses
Granger Liver Regulate:'. He says
''There is none better." That's a
pretty strong endorsement, don't you
think, from a man who knows all
about the merits of the different medi
eines on the markot? Grangor Liver
Regulator is purely vegetable, does
not gripe nor irritato the delicate lin
ing of the stomach and bowels and
always gives quick and pleasant re
sults. It is the best system purifier
known. Your druggist can supply
you--25e for 1 we box. Accept no