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We have jt
and can fill any ordei
extra nice Southern
car to feed and they
the size and quality ai
move. Our stock Ha
gies and Wagons you
invite your inspectior
studied the needs of <
of years, and we feel
suit our customers ii
16 per ce
32 per ce
We have close price
save you money. B
P A !. Y'n
t wil bew Ig
This is 4 per cet.
G- >youir IBe
oW <iy progre
andu 'tak for ini
This spaice pa
to War Savin
/M'aul)nin( Oil I
No Wornas iit a licalthay Childt
All chiliren troule d with worrnq have ani
reilay color, w h imlinet por >lc irl nil
(;ROVlEs'S ASTI.l~ss hidIl TNIC given rgual
for two or three weeki will entriclh thei lied,
pfO irov t lldgestiona, oaint ctas a GenearalI Strenti
craing Toic to the whole system. Nature willtI
tharow of o d~se a ii worm, rand the b Cild wit
ist received a car
In this lot we have a few
rivers. We didn't buy this
viii not stay long. We have
id our prices will make them
rness, Mowers, Rakes, Bug
will find complete, and we
t before you buy. We have
)ur customers for a number
we now have anything to
1 our line.
ailia & Son.
on these goods. and can
e sure to see t. s b:fore
no.(I S. C.
Sthe War !
B~ond( for $4.IS.
i.00 o>Janiuary 1. 1923.
ss;ive business mandi
(s Coinittee by
ien Every Cak
And Was Run-Down, Weak and
Nervous, Says Florida Lady.
Five Bottles of Cardui
Made Her Well.
Kathleen, Fla.-Mrs. Dallas Prine,
of this place, says: "After the birth
of my last child...I got very much
run-down and weakened, so much
that I could hardly do anything at
all. I was so awfully nervous that
I could scarcely endure the least
noise. My condition was getting
worse all the time...
I knew I must have some relief or
I would soon be in the bed and in a
serious condition for I felt so badly
and was so nervous and weak I could
hardly live. My husband asked Dr.
about my taking Cardui. lIe
said, 'It's a good medicine, and good
for that trouble', so he got me 5 bot
ties...After about the second bottle I
felt great!y improved.. .before taking
it my limbs and hands and arms
would go to sleep. After taking it,
however, thin poor circulation disap
peared. My strength came back tc
me and I was soon on the road to
health. After the use of about 5 bot.
ties, I could do all my house-worh
and attend to my six . children be.
You can, feel safe In giving Cardul
a thorough trial for your troubles. It
contains no harmful or habit-forming
drugs, but is composed of mild, vege.
table, medicinal ingredients with no
bad after-effects. Thousands of women
have voluntarily written, telling of
the good Cardui has done them. II
should help you, too. Try it. E 74
Whether You Are Interested in Pro
duct ion of Eggs and Meat or in the
Sale of Breeding Stock a Pleasing
Uniformity in Your Flock Will
Be to Your Advantabe
A good-looking flocke, one in which
the birds are all the same breed and
are uniform in size and color, is a
standard advertisement. The owner,
if he is in the market to sell breeding
stock, will find that such a flock ma
terially aids in making sales. If the
poultry raiser is interested only in the
production of eggs and meat he will,
as a general rule, have greater suc
cess with such a flock. Good results
with stock that does not look good is
not impossible, but it is a matter of
common observation taht poultry
keepers who are indifferent about the
looks of their stock rarely make nota
le successes. Their success is irreg
ular and spasmodic. In practically
every case the man who starts in the
loultry business with a mongrel flock
and who does well with it b' gins sys
tematically to improve its appearance.
P'oultry having distinctive appearance
.r(;ms to be essential to any marked
increase in poultry products.
Sufficient attention to secure a
:leasing uniformity in a flock is in
the highest degree practical. Experi
ecee has shown over and over that
where this is lacking interest is apt
to lag if pioduction is not maintained.
Beauty and utility of individuals
aboulie coie'i. These two points
shouhl be constantly in mind in the
,election and breeding of every flock.
In the work of developing a uni
f("r'm utility flock the first step is to
discard absolutely all specimens that
d(o not a pproach the sta r nard weight
of their breedl. Th'le st andard weights
for adlult male and female birds in any
I reen ar th' le most dfesirable for
breced ing speciimns. Thew we iht rc-.
qluirement should also applly to young
.r d s, for' iminmature f'owlIs ar'c not fit
ior, br'eeding and( young birds at ma..
tuirify that are much underci weight
arie undes(5irale. While It is im practi
cal to adlher'e to exact standlard weight
it is adlvisabile to iao vi'iations o t
m ore than 5 or Ii per cent either above
or below the staindardl.
Select inrg a i'ypew
A se'ondl consider-ation ini tihe de
Selopmient of the flock is the selectfioni
f~ typei. There is a dlifference of opdin
io'n among bir'eders as to the essen..
t ialIs of type. Unalike standIardt
weight s t here is no exactinrg r'ule to
p~uie the poultr'y raiser in select inr'
typ Je. Explerienice and a t rained eye
willi make a good judrege. A safe r'ul,'
le fol low, Paricurlar'ly 1(or beginnrers,
is toi reject all spiecimiens that are tun..
peakahly off--tpe, and to use only
te best birds in the br'eed ing flock.
(Closely rtlate~d to thle selection of
typje is thle quiest ion of vigor' anid vi
I ality of the brir'ds. Thle stanrdtit type
cof a breed pr'esenits, with a cer't'ain
.a' and formri, a cair'rge and syvnue
try\ whli ch ar itfhe' resulIt anrd oxpr~ies
sion tnt vigor, vitality anid a perf'ectly
ba lancd t structu re andI a re, thIerefor''
is much1 a parit of' tyvpe as length,
I r'eadlth aiilnd depIh of bodny or any eoth
c'eir harcter'ist e ic ich is ltake'n intdo
connsidert'ion by anr (xper'ieniced
:innIe. \ai' andi vitality are f'ir'st
onsidlera:f~tins in the utility flouik.
SItrong,healthI y bird'ns are the best Lav
nri make tii'he bsf gains, antI shorIlh
Iiw t he onrly ki nd aillowedl in the bir'eedl
TIht abuilit y erf the bnirds t, hear tin..
plearsantl Weatr.Ir- conitionrs andt sul.
len chan rgis of tem per'ature, espcialI
IV chan rges frorm wvai'erm o i coforituble
to raw, chilly weather, is one of the
best tests of vitality and vigor. Sus
ceptibility to these changes shows a
lack of robustness of constitution and
a poor circulation of blood, and birds
that' are seriously affected by sudden
changes of temperature should not
be retained for breeders or have a
place in the flock wnich is expected
to produce winter eggs.
This is true if the fault is with the
birds themselves and not with the
poultry keeper. Wrong management
may put the best and most healthful
flock out of condition. Bad ventilation
of poultry houses, improper feeding
either underfeeding or overfeeding
and especially the too free use of
highly concentrated feed to force
growth or egg production-are com
mon causes which make naturally
sound and healthy fowls unduly sus
ceptible to ordinary changes o weath
Appropriate size and type and the
vitality that gives and expresses per
fect health and condition are essen
tials in mating standard poultry for
practical results. Every poultry raiser
who desires a utility flock of birds
of uniform appearance should not ne
glect to give any of the essentials his
careful consideration. They are equal
ly essential to the breeder who desires
to produce birds of high exhibition
quality, for, with these essentials as
the foundation he can develop show
birds that will be desirable also for
their practical qualities.
FEEDING GREEN CUT BONE
Green cut hone can often be pur
chased from the butcher. This mate
rial when produced fresh makes an
excellent substitute for beef scrap. It
should be purchased in small quanti
ties, as it can not be kept fresh for
any length of time, and when spoiled
nay cause severe bowel trouble. It
best fed in a trough not oft'ner
than every other (lay, allowing about
ene-half ounce per bird. Should se
vere, or continued looseness of the
l:>wels follow the feeding of gree'i cut
bone it should be discontinued or the
WORLD'S DOUGHNUT RECORDI)
Our boys overseas, despite the
war's end, are as hungry as ever for
Salvation Army made doughnuts En
sign Gertrude Symmonds and Ensign
Viola Williams claim the world's re,.
ord for frying and distributing dt.gh..
nuts to doughboys. Moving from one
village to another, an American regi
ment entering German territory, was
supplied with 3,500 of the crisp brown
rjpheres two to each we.ary but happy
soldier as they marched by the Salva
tion Army hut, whe ein the two girls
had fried the goodies.
AI)VERTISE IN THE TIMES
The Quinine That Does Not Affect the Head
Because of its tonic and Inxative effect, LAXA
Tiv I BROMO QUINlINI is better than ordinary
Quninme and does nlot cause nervousness nor
ringing in head. Remember the fil name and
took for the signature oE ), w. GROvE. 30c.
They're all gjood
Prices and1( Terr
b)uy no0w. Come
our Bigj Stock c
I am offering for sale a number
ty. Descriptions of a few of these w;
TRACT 18-22-356 Acres,. 240 clear
woodland, in Clarend
8 miles from Mann
room dwelling and 6
timber on the tract.
TRACT 18-19-57 1-2 acres, 3-4 aci
Sumter, 1-2 mile fr<
road, leading to Pin
TRACT 18-55-Tract of 105 acres, 6(
Road, 1 1-2 miles ft
from Sumter. Good
tobacco barn, good a
TRACT 18-57-Tract of 200 acres, 13
Raccoon Public Road
TRACT 18-61-Tract of 130 acres, 7
7 miles from Manni
miles from Gable, on
4-room main dwelli
barns; school house
per acre .
TRACT 18-62-Tract of 170 acres, 1
ty, 5 miles from Ali
ing, 2 tenant houses,
TRACT 18-64-Tract of 29 acres, 2(
one mile south of R(
Public Road. Price
T'RAC'T' 18-70-Tract of 936 acres, 4
ty, 2 miles from Blo
and 8 miles from M
Road; 5-room main <
barns and stables.
TRACT 18-76-Tract of 343 acres, 21
2 1-2 miles from F
Road; 8 tenant IboUs
Price .... - ..
TRACT 18-84-Tract of 164 acres, I
of partially grown u
ty. 7 miles east of
Public Road. Price
'TRACT 18-85-Tract of 433 acres, 3,
Pinewood, 19 miles
wood Public Road
7-room dwelling. 7
house, and necessar;
subdivide into tract,
acres with 90 acres
about 50 acres clear
high state of cultiva
cated. Price ..... --
TRACT 18-86-Tract of 32 acres at I
Charleston Public Re
ably located right a
per acre ...... -..
TRACT 18-87-Tract of 448 acres,
Pinewood, 7 miles
Charleston Public R(
timber on tract. Pr
We are offering other tracts in
don counties. If you do not find wh.
you are looking for, and we will make
26 N. Main St.
Farm Lands, Business and Resid
lE IN MONE
load of the V
rought to MA
1oues---Stout. Heavy f(
t1, any kinid you want. W4
ns on them and it is to y'
ini and let's talk it ovrr
MANNING. S. C.
UJY WAR SAVIN(CR STAMI
of desirable farms in Clarendon Coun
11 be found below:
!d, balance in timber and
on County, 2 miles from Jordan,
ng, on Santee Public Road; 6
tenant houses. Some good pine
Price .--..----- ........ - . $15,000:'
es clearea, 18 1-2 miles from
>m Pinewood, on neighborhood
.wood-Sumter Road. Price-------$900
-70 cleared, on the Brewington
om DuRant's Siding. 13 miles
4-room house, one tenant house,
rtesian well, grape vines, etc.
6 cleared, balance in timber in
1-2 miles from Manning on
Two tenant settlements. Price $20,
D cleared in Clarendon County
ng, 5 miles from Alcolu, 3 1-2
Sardinia-Manning Public Road
ng, 2 tenant houses, several
and church convenient. Price,
D0 cleared, in Clarendon Coun- $
olu, 7 miles from Manning, on
iblic Road; 6-room main dwell
barns and stabl's. Price, $35 per acre.
cleared, in Clarendon County
mini, on Remini-Wright's Bluff
DO cleared, in Clarendon Coun
omville, 4 miles from Foreston,
inning, on Bloomville-Sumter
[welling, 15 tenant houses, good
School and church near.
0 cleared, in Clarendon County
inewood, on Pinewood-Remini
es. Fine land in good condition.
4 acres cleared, with 75 acres
p old fields, in Clarendon Coun
Alcolu, near Manning-Sarainia
S --------- $35 per ac
10 in cultivation, 1-2 mile from
from Sumter, on Remini-Pine
and A. C. L. Railroad. Good
tenant houses, good barns, gin
outbuildings. This tract will
of 250 acres, 200 cleared; 117
cleared; and of 66 acres with
?d. This is first-class land in a
Lion and especially desiranly lo
--nini~I-~----Fo--of---$100 per ac
~emini in the Fork of the R::m
c Road and the Camden
ad. This is good land and desir
t the station of Remini. Price
128 cleared, five miles from
north of Remini, on Camden
ad. 4 tenant houses. Some good
all parts of Sumter, Lee and Clarexi
it you want in this list, tell us wh
it our business to find it for you.
Sumter, S. C.
once Property, Timber Lands and
a have the right
our interest to A
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