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REDUCiNG EGG LOSSPS
During the summer months the
quality of eggs is considerably inferi
or to that ,of the months of Marchi,
April and May. With the advent oft
wvarns weather there is constant spoil-t
age clue to the fact that the eggs aret
extremely perishable. Fertile ggs spoili
'ry rapidly. Incubation starts at sev
enty degrees and progresses rapidly
at a temnp erature oil from ninety to a i
hundred degrees. Ordinarily eggs pass I
through the hands of tour or five dif- I
ferent middlemen before they reach
the ultimate consumer. From the time -
the eggs leave the farm until they
SIn connection with ou
GROCERIES of all
a Fish House. Frc
nice Fresh Fish ev
We will sell by the sti
Call Phone 79 all
want and we will
SdeBuy Thrift St
It it b ae can b
Scure and you Banm
tor benhar Sags
We Are To5s1
] lo Mrcs
each artificial refrigeration, thei
vill be deterioration in the qualit
"onsequently, summer. eg s should I
aarketed frequently and kept as coy
An infertile egg wvill not spoile
uickiy as a fertile egg. Dealers bu
ggs by the dozen and pay for bot
rood and bad eggs. These bad egt
rust be eliminated before they reac
le consumer. Consequently the pri
laid the farmer is not fair to tk,
nan, who is producing only good egg
t is estimated that the loss in Ohi
rem these inferior eggs amounts
wo cents for every dozen marektei
-F. S. Jacoby, Ohio State Universit
-The Progressive Farmer.
- -F IS H !
r Full Line of FANCY
kinds, we have added
im here you can get
eryday. consisting of
-ing and pound also.
d ask for what you
erve you. Deliveries
Manning. S. C.
the War !
amps at 25c.
)nd for $4.15.
) on January 1. 1923.
Ler, Post Office,
ye business man
into the public
,t we are sellingj
Tools of every
uich better qu tal
uech lower price.
een known as
lain house for
or all trades at
'e FIVE WAYS TO INCREASE
-" ,NEXT- YEAR'S FEED SUPPL
1 That feeds are to be scarce ar
high-priced for at least another yet
is a.practical certainty. Knowing thi
h every farmer in the South should ('
*ing the next few weeks do everythtr
h In. his power to insure an adequ'
e supply of home-raised feeds for ti
next twelve months. Here are fig
e suggestions that we believe will he
in doing this:
1. Put a legume crop in every act
.1 of corn. Any land in corn that does n
also grow a crop of cowpeas, velv
or soy beans or peanuts is doing on
half its duty, and the same is prett
- nearly true 'of the owner of the ac
as wvell. A good growth of any of the:
a will furnish fine grazing well into tI
winter and thus save the harvesti
grain for later use.
2. Plant a hay or grazing crop c
corn after all oats and w~heat. 1(1
stubble land ought to be an abomin
Lion in the eyes of any farmer, mt
certainly is to all good farmers.
there be any doubt as to an adequa
supply of corn, some of the richest
the stubble land may well be plants
to corn. Cowpeas, or a mixture
cow peas and sorghur , will make
good crop of excellent hay, as w
soy beans, millet or :;udan grass. Pe
nuts and sweet potatoes for hogs mi
also be planted well into July.
:3. Put all low, wet spots to growir
hay. There is hardly a farm in ti
Cotton I3elt that hasn-t one or mo
rich wet hollows that are not payir
their taxes. If these cannot be ditch
and drained, we can at ieast grub o
the bushes and stumiips and get a h;
crop off them.
-1. Plow up cotton on land whe
stands are had and plan: corn or ha
In some sections cold weather at
heavy rains have resulted in po
stands of cotton ,and where this is t
case and there is any likelihood of
feed shortage, it will probably pay
plow up the scattering cotton at
plant a feed crop.
5. Build a silo and fill it, if y
have fifteen or more head of cattle
winter. As was so weil brought o
in our last week's "Silo Special," t
silo is almost indispensable to the om
who would make a success with
dairy or beef cattle. But of cour
there must be crops to fill it, anti the
must he planted within the next s
weeks.-The Progressive "armer.
CELI:IRilATION OF )AY
i XAI)E l IEMOIA1II
Fourth of .Poly to Have New Meani:
to Both Nations
Paris, July 5.-President Wilson
Independence Day ad'ress at Mou
Vernon is printed with great pron
.nnce by all the newsnaners. Some
then single out special phrases to d
play as slogans in the heaviest type
the top of the front page. The amou
of spie devoted to recording the c
ebrations in France, England a
America, av'eraging 10 to 12 colunu
obliges most of the editorial writers
postpone until tomorrow c(ommlent
the speech. In its comment, The Pe
"In soulful phrases, President V
5on port rays the deep mieanimr. of I
anniversary which France celebrat
yesterday with all the Allies of t
great American nation. The nol
spirit who guides th" destinies of t
mighty trans-Atlantic republic disi
gards details. He dominates as fr<
a heaeht every situation, sonetin
even 'h'e miost ob~scurc a'rd most t raj.
and sees only the broad aspects whip
comfort and calm
Of the other new spal.ts that co
ment 111)0 the adoress. L-Oeuvre la
stress upon the President's referen
to Russia, which nation, it declari
the entente will not t'orsake. In IlI
manite Marcel Semhe't praises t
speech highly as ani appeal to demt
racy and a declaration that the pea
of the wor'ld must no longer be left
the mer'cy of arbit rar'y powers. T
Libre Parole r-ema rks that Pres ide
WVilson relied to ''the insolent pros
cation of the kaiser in language whi
wd'il move all generous souls.''
Y~ester'day's Fou.'th of ,July celebui
tion li kewise findsx anl echo int
press5. Th(e Petit IPar'isien askedl sc
era Inroted personages fori their il
pr'essions of the event, and toda
pint s the ir repl1)1ies.
"A wii(odefui lday for hoth cou
tis"was Amblassador' Sharp's cot
rmernt. "It will have a wVide r'eperecu
sioni in thle Un ited States.''
Ma rshalI .Joffre( deefa retd that .Jit
A1 would herea fter ''he an uinfIor'gt
$ table thate, openinig a iiew era of hi
- Rene~ \'iv ian i, formoe' 'minlisteor
_.iustit'e, in his reply sal...
" ecan truly feel tha'~ the sbi
o'f both nat ions iare brotthers in rnr
TIhe two democtera cs miie Iinrkedt byt
deepest feelinogs of r'ega rd aiid fr'ienr
,AND) l'T Ol'GIIT 'TO I
We haveni't yet thle beautiful lam
we ought to hav e here in the Sout
With all the wealth of flower, viri
sh r'ub anrd t ree' the I .ord of'feris
there is nio r'easonl for our not havbi
morem beautiful homnes. TIher'e ar'e
mainiy flowers which, once plan1 ted,r
priotduce themselves yeir' afteir y'e
TUheni consider the suiccession of flo'
ering shr'ubs we have previously so
gestedl-the' ,trudas t1re(e ori redbud
early spr'ing;' then the dogwood ; th'
the mimosa; t hen the er-ape miyrtl
Almost any Southern farmer enn hai
these fotur shrubs gr'owing in his fro
yard by this time next yeari if
makes up Iris mind to.
TIhere is another matter we me
tione'd a yearr rago-the matter
"moving the skeletons" of (lead ai
useless buildings, sheds, trees, impl
meinnts, etc. An old unused house, bar
crrb oii cabin half-blown over; a cri
pled(, rotting wvreck of a buggy
wagon; a ramshackle lien-coop left
decay-all these things give an air
(loath and gloom to a place. They a
mere skeletons or corpses of (1e1
things andl ought to be treated as ot
or corpses are-either buriedl or er
Smated.--Th'o Progressive Farmer,
e Should Read Mrs. Monyhan'i
"I Letter Published by
e Her Permission.
Mitchell, Ind.-" Lydia E. Pinkham'
e Vegetable Compound helped me 3o mucl
during the time
o to the coming of m
little one that I an
.v recommending it t<
mothers. Be f o r(<
taking it, someday;
\ I sultered with neu
r ralgia so badly thai
I thought I coukd
not live, but after
( taking three bottlei
I of Lydia E. P i n k
ham's Ve. e tabi
d Compound was n
tirely reliev ed oi
- uralgia, I har
= ' Ij 1 gained in strengtl
Et fII!!1! and was able to gr
around and do al
y y housework. Aly baby when sever
months old weighed 1!) pounds and I fee
19 better than I have for a tong timer.
le never had any medicine do me s<
re much good. "-Mrs. PE-:ARL MoNYIAN
ig Mitchell, Ind.
' Good health during maternity is I
Lit most important factor to both mothe
ty and child, and many letters have bee'i
received by the Lydia E. Pinkhar
re Medicine Co., Lynn, Aiess., telling o
y. health restored during C. ts trying perio<
id by the use of Lydia E'. Pinkhamn's Vege
ar table Compound.
to Professional Cards.
51 )uLAN\T & EI.LEIlBE,
to A Itorneiys at Law.
ln MANNING, S. .
se It. O. PIurdy. S. Oliver O'ltry a
PL'RI)Y & O'HRYAN,
MANNING, S. C.
Attorneys and Counselors at l.aw,
Attorney at laiw.
(Ollice Over Ilonie Bank & 'Trust C
n ANN1\NG. S. C.
at On First-Class Real Estate Mortgag
.. 'URDY & O'IRYAN,
cld Attorneys at Law,
MANNING. S. C.
J. W. WI)EMAN
il Attorney at Law
e Ollices Adioining "The Herald" Bld
's .MANNING, S. C.
Upstairs Over Weinberg's Corner
n. . MANNING. S. C.
u-t SOUTH ('AIUol.N
'.i. holairshi p and Entrannce Examcim
de Tlhe examciniatiuon tcor thet award<
nt vaca'nt scccohirsips :n the Uniivit i
1-)of South C'arolinat and for ad~missio
L'h of niew stutsitc w i the' hceld ait tI
cotitiy cocurt house uon Friday, .1 ul
a-12. 1918, at 9 A. .3. A pplicancts mu:
enot lbe less than sixtee'n years ofi ait
'- Wheni scholarsh i ps are vacant a ft<
n- 1. uly 12. they will he auwardeid toc thie
mak1<i ng the highest averal~ge aut exan
inat ti, proividedn t hey meet t he coind
- t ions governing the awarid. A ppl
"- cancts for scholarshcips should write t
,- Pies id ent CuorrellI for scholar:shi
b lantks. Thelse bhmksl prio perl y filli
oly ut by the a pplicanut, shoulid be file
5- Schlolar shipcs are' woth $1001, fri
tution an-1] fees, 8150il total. TIhe' ne:
ifsessiont will en Se ptemberci 18, 191
l"or fitrther inftormat ion and eat:
'i'n1civer'sity' of Sictth ( aroilin,
(Cltumia, S. (
* (\SE .\FTElI ('ASE
Plenty .lore like Th'is in lannciing
hi. Scorecs ofi Mianin tg peCople (can to
v, you aboiutI )oan's Kidney P'ills. M an
sa happy cit izen maukes a puiblic' stat,
metit of hcis expjeien~ce, ir. is a eas
ofI it. What. betteri prioofI of meit ea
be had than such endlorsenment ?
' .Jaimes E. Reardon, nmachinist, Mmi
r'. ingi, gave the follow intg statemerlt'
v...nury 30o, 1911: "iSomel years ag~
I used D~oan's K iidney Pil ls and foun:
~thenm a valuable r'emedy. At that tinm
mf my kidneys were giving lme consit
mn erable trouble. I had backiaches atn
e, pains acronss my loins. I used Doan
K idne Pil an hygave me promil
ce SEVEN Y'EARS, Mr. Reardon sai<
"You cant still use the statement whit'
c- I gave some time ago praising Doan
f Kidney Pills. Doan's certainly is
id good rem~cedy for all kinds of kidne
n, Price 60c, at al dealers. Doll
- simply ask for a kidney remedly-gt
r Doan's Kidney Pills-the same thi
to Mr. Reardon had. Foster-Milburn Co
>f Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Pies Cured In 6 to 14 Days
DruggIsts refund money If PAZO OINTMENT fal
to cure Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Pile
Instantly relieves Itching Piles and yo can
zestful sleep aftre first appl..cao. .ric
A BOOST FOR aft,
FARM MACHINERY cxh
Farmers will be interested in the img
announcement that the National Gov- of
ernment has assumed and will hereaf- mer
ter exercise strict control over the en- It
tire implement business of the coun- thin
Whlik manufacturers, as a rule, tin}
se-im -ot to have advanced prices out on'
of rine with the increase in cv.t of of '
raw minterials, there have been co~n- this
I plain that dealers In some sections bor
have taken advantage of the scarcity stir
to charge unreasonable profits. Any imp
such policies will be prevented here- 1 met
in An Expert
> Men's Suits., sponged and p1
Men's Suits, steam cleaned
Men's Suits, dr cleaned
Ladies Coat Suits, sponged
ILadies Long Coats, dry el4
Ladies Dresses, sponged a
Ladies Dresses, dray cleaned
Palm Beach and Cool Cloth
These Prices go in
Hoffman French Dr
E. W. ROWLA
Nothing but the ver:
into our prescriptions a
pounded just the way yo
and a full and con
A MODERN SOD)
Wekeep a Ful
Below Bank of Manning.
- 5I OF
We have ever had, a
kind1 of a MULE or 110
1 i have it.
SWe want you to corn
. Line of
a Our many year's of
Spie of Clarendon county
]guarantee of the qualit
r. The government regulations are
austive, prohibiting excessive prof..
to manufacturers or dealers, mis
resentations as to prices, corner
local or larger markets, or the use
my excessive number of middle.
o hot'r words, there is hardly any.
.g else a -man can buy hereafter,
i such assurance that he is get.
ab solute '.ust ice and utmost econ.
as he hay. when he buys any kind\
arm implement or machinery. In
day of scarce and high-priced la
th's a urance should greatly
tulat.' the purchase of all lines of
roved labor-saving farnt equip
t.-The .Irogressive Farmer.
essed1 8 .35
- - 1.25
....... ~ 1.30
and pressed .75
d p . 75
Suits clean1ed. .75
effect July 1st.
u Cleaning Co,
, best materials go
nd they are con
ur physician says.
nid no matter what
R~SE you want, we
e ini anid see our Big
service to the peo.
shiould( be sufficient
of these airticles.