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NOVEMBER THE MONTH
THE FARMERS SHOULD
PREPARE FOR 1919
Clemson College, Nov. 12.-The
farm activities in South Carolina
during the present month will largely
det:rmine whether tlis state is going
to feed herself during 1919. The State
Council of Defense, the Food Adir.inis- I
tration, The Farmers' U:-.on, The
State Bankers' Association, The State
Commissioner of Agriculture, Com
merce and Iniustr.s, The Clemsen
Agricultural College Extcnsi'n Serv
ice, rcprcaenting Clemson College and
the U. S. Department of Agricultu;e,'.
have jointly requested n total increase
of 115 per cent in whe.t acr-age, of
10 per cent in oat ucreege, and of 10
per cent in pork production. This
meane practically two acres of wheat,
four acres of oats and a brood sow
for cv'ry plow in the state
November is the best month for
aeoling whent, a.nd the last month
during which cr.ts may be :iafely
seeded. The brood sows selected and
k-nt out of the fattening pen durin
this month, will determine next year's
Peace does not remove the necessity
of the increases called for. The norm
al forces of agricultural production
cannot be put into action quickly after
the declaration of peace. It will be
several years before there can possi
bly be an over-production of food.
In the meantime the world will con
tinue to hid for foodstuffs. against -
the Southern farmer who is so im
nrovident as to have to buy from the
Freight rates will of necessity be
higher than before the war and the
food and feed-buying farmer will have
this additonal tax upon his improvi
All conditions point strongly toward
the necessity of the state producing
its own food for next year.
This is the month during which
every farmer may protect himself
against the uncertainties of 1919.
In fact it is November or never.
PROBABLY ALL SAVEI)
Eighty-one .Survivors -Land :From
Washington, Nov. 1.-Eighty-one
men who were aboard the American
steamer Saetia, which sank yesterday
morning off Ocean City, Md., after
an explosion, have been safely landed.
In making this announcement tonight
the Navy Department said this ac
counted for approximately all of those
Lieut. Guk M. Jones, army quarter
Saetia were landed today at Cape!
master, and sixteen men from the
Saetia were landed today at Cape
May, N. J., after being taken from
life rafts. Eight officers and fifty-six
men previously reported as landing
yesterday and last night at coast
guard stations in Maryland.
A mine is believed to have been re
sponsible for the sinking of the
SCHOONER ASTA SINKS
Captain and Crew Land After Severe
Vero, Fla., Nov. 10.-The three
masted schooner Asta, bound from
Brunswick, Ga., to Havana, Cuba, with'
a cargo of cross ties, sprank a leak
rnd sank twenty miles off the coast
here early Saturday morning. Cant.
Fodling and the seven members of the
crew reached Bethel creek coast guard
station early this morning in a 14
foot life boat 'after being adrift for
twenty-four hours without food or
water. They are nov waiting at the
cos guard station to hear from the
owvners of the vessel, the American
Tlie and Timber Company, of .Jackson.
OUTI FOR HENRY'S SCALP
Copenhagen, Nov. 10.-Another at
temp)t on the life of Prince Henry, of
Prussia, has been made at Flensburg,
wvhere he was in seclusion in a villa.
The result of the attempt is not
known, but it is believed that he es
Prince Henry, brother of the for
mer Emneror, was attacked by ma.
rines while fleeing from Kiel in an au
tomobile flying a red flag on Wednes
dIay. A dozen shots wer fired at him
andl his chauffeur was wvounded.
POLISHI REPUBLIC FORMED
Uinder the Presidency of Deputy
Amsterdam, Nov. 10---A message"
from Crasow announces the formation
of a Polish rep~ublie under the pres.
dency of Deputy Daszanski.
CITATION OF l.ETT"lERU
STATE OF SOUTH! CA ROLIlNA.
County of Clarendon.
By J1. M. Widham, Probata. Judge.
Whereas, Mary L,. Smith, made suit
to me to grant her Leatters4 of Admin
istatio~n of the Estate atnd effects~ o1.
Thomas N. Smith,
TIhese~ are therefore, to cite and
ad morish all and singular t'.e Kinidred
and Creditors of the sa1 Thomac N.
Smith, deceased, that they be and an
near becfore me, in the Court of Pro
bata, to be. held at Manning. the 18th
(lay of November, next, after publi
cation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to shovw eense, if any they have,
wvhy the said Admtiinistration should
not be granted.
Given under- my hand this 30th day
of October, Anno Domini, 1918.
J. M. WINDHAM,
.Judlge of Probate.
'rTe Strong WIthstand the Heat of
Summer Better Than the Weak
Old people who are feeble and younger peoplo
v o( are, weakr, will be strengthened and enabledi to
go, through the depressing heat of summrer by tak
ind (GlOVE'S TrASTELESS cill TONIC. It purliles
and enriches the blood and builds up the whole sys
temn. You can nooa feel itr Str'agthening, Invigor
atind EFfec, U. 1
Nothing but the very b
our prescriptions, and they
the way your physician says
and a full and corn
A MODERN SOD)
We keep a Full
Below Bank of Manning.
BUY WAR SAVIN(
Mined and Manul
For permanent s<
32 per ct. P1
Hook & Morgan, Gen<
Write Us for
S. E. IN(
Agent for Clarer
Dairy and Poult
Call us over Long Dista1
B. B. Kirkland
Most Nest E
But a ntest-egg in a bank, hatches.
A nest-egg of dollars hatches out mi
Glet a Nea
Set it to work hatching intreest.
Trhat's one part of the busqiness of t
your nest-egg--on time dleposita.
The man with a savings account has
We Invite you to let un help yo uicre
BANK .0F l\
BURYT WAR SAVYP
est materials go into
are compounded just
plete line of
Manning,. S. C.
ral Sales Agents
COLUMBIA, S. C.
E E DS,
nece at our expense
1411 Assembly St.
L, S. C.
any nickles and dimes.
his banik--paying Snterest on
an interest in life.
ate that Interest.