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MANNING CO-OPERATIVE CANNERY
The Manning Cooperative Cannery
which was organized last spring and
operated during the summer months,
is to be run again this season. With
the need for a reduced acreage of
cotton and the demand for diversified
crops, the cannery will till a big need
in this section. It will furnish an
outlet for crops that can be harvested
during the summer months, as well
as the surplus from gardens.
Last season, because of the fact that
it was a rather new undertaking in
this state, and also, because of the
war, it was operated under adverse
conditions. Nevertheless the can
nery was a success, and the manage
ment is much more capable of handl
ing the affairs this year than last.
The cannery will be under the man
agement of a man from Clemson, and
under the supervision of the ilorti
cultural Extension Project. Its bus
iness at present is being handled in
Manning by Mr. Thomas Nimmer
who will be glad to furnish you in
formation in regari to vegetables to
grow or matters concerning the can
ning of such vegetables.
The Horticultura, Extension Divis
ion, Clemson College, S. C., cooperat
ing with the U. S. Department of
Agriculture is distributing a few
tomato seed of the marvel variety in
this section. The marvel tomato is
S. posed to be wilt resistant, and ex
f r'iments are being carried out along
This Iine. The Extension Division are
anxious to develop this section of the
state as a canning center and are
workinir to oveicome the obstacles
with which the tomato growers have
to deal. They will have a specialist
along these lines visit Manning at
least once a month, or oftener if
necessary, who will assist the grow
ers in any way possibie and who will
give demonstrations in spraying for
the control of diseases a d insects.
The principal crops grown for can
ning in this section arc tomatoes,
okra and sInap beans. The standard
varieties for canning are: Tomatoes,
Variety, Stone: Okra, Variety, Velvet;
Beans, Varieties, Stringless Green
Pod and Beautiful. These seed may
be secured from the Dickson Drug
Co., Manning, who also handles Spray
Material and spray Pumps. Your
tomato seed bed should be planted
within the next two weeks.
Habitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
Constipation. It relieves promptly but
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce regular action. It Stimulates and
Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
Charter No. 11155
REPORT OF CON
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At Manning, in the State of South C
. a (Loans aid discounts, including r
(" Ot thise Fhlown in b and c)
(I Note, and bills rediscounted i
than bnlk acceptances sold)
2. Overdrafts, unsecured.
5. U. S. bonds (other than Liberty H<
ing '. S. certificates of indebte
a U. S. bonds deposit el to secure
6. Liberty Loan Bonds:
d Liberty Loan Bonds, 311, -1, ln
pledged to secure State or (t
thils pa~yable _ .
7. IHondls, securities, etc. (other than
e Securilties (othter tha n U. S. hond1(
s1tcks ) I oned 11 unpledgedI . -
9. Stocks of Federal iReserve Hanuk
subscriptio aIf .
10 aI Valu te (If banl]king hoIuse, o wnedI a
Ii. Furniture and tixtures .......
13. Lawful reserve' with Federal Rese
15r. Cash in vault andl lnlt amolunts ldi
banks -- . .
1 7. E'xchaInge's for clearin house!Il . .S
20. ReIdemlptiofn faund with 1'. 8. Trn
from I.. S. Treaisuire.r
To (ptal . .
24.Captalstock pad inl
25. Surplus1 fund . -
bI I.1ss currllnt I'xpenI(Ss intetrest,
27. Interst land dicou anolt 11edllor
2'.. AouIint rese'rved fo'r all interest t
32. Net :lInfoints due1 to Naltional bankui
85. ( ash Ier' flheeks fon fIwn hlank o
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In growing produce for the can
nery you should plant from a half
to an acre of each crop. This will
give you enough of the product to pay
you for handling, as it will cost you
no more to carry a rill load than a
half load. The cannery is prepared
to take care of all the produce grown
and will pay the top market price,
oi they will can for the grower on
a cash or toll bans.. The more pro
duce grown the easier it is for the
cannery to handle it, so lets pull to
gether and make Manning a canning
FOlRAGE CROPS AND
Clemson College, March 17.-Two
publications of the Extension Service
are timely just now in connection with
the increased and increasing interest
in all kinds of live stock in South
Carolina and the reduction of the cot
ton acreage. These are Extension
Bulletin 32, "Forage Crops in South
Carolina," and Extension Bulletin 33,
"Permanent and Temporary Pas
The first of these contains instrue
tions which should help to solve the
stock feeding problems of the time
and to suggest the wise use of some
of the land left from reduction of
cotton acreage. I)ue consideration is
given in this bulletin to the double
value of the various legumes as for
age crops in furnishing excellent fo'od
ing values and in enriching the Soil
The second publications deals with
the necessity of good pastures, soil
requirements, preparation, how to
plant, and instructions how to secure
best results in making pastures with
the several pasture grasses.
Both bulletins are by W. Rt. Elliott,
formerly a district agent of the Ex
tension Service, who is an authority
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County, ss.
Frank .1. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partsnr of the firm of
F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business
in the City of Toledo, County and
State aforesaid, and that said firm
will pay the sum of ONE IIUNIRED
DOLLARS for each and every case
of Catarrh that canm.ot be cured by
the use of IIALL'S CATARRH
Ml'DICINE. FRA NK .J. CH ENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 0th day of Dc
cember, A. I). 1886.
A. W. GLEASON,
(Seal) Notary Public.
I all's Catarrh Medicine is taken
internally and acts through the
Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the
Syctem. Send for testimionials, free.
F. J. CIIENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
H1all's Family Pills for ernnstipation.
Reserve Distric No. 5
)lTION OF T'll E,
arolina, at the Close of Business on
-. - $175,272.93
- 17,170.00 $158,102.9:
Inds, but includ
1 41 per c'e'nt,
her deposits or
50 per ceot o.f
e from nat ional
17. andI 18 - .$ i,:.4
a surer. and dlue
- - . .1(2,2712.40
cred1ited(, m0 ad -
r applroximalte ) 12.(
(e-ruedI . .4(21
4: . .-130292.537
2,10 .19 ,9 4.5
. Item 3ll 37, . $ 7llll(
han f orn
thn urnishing :I"',.ihir
larendths I7h'aylf:rem (
. . IIAGGITNTr lashier.
on such matters. They are free, as
long as they last, to all who 'ask for
PLANT OATS NOW FOR HOGS.
Clemson College, March 17.-If you
have a hog lot that there is. nothing
growing in now and that is hardly
rich enough to grow good rape, plant
this lot in oats, says R. H. Lemmon,
County Agent of Fairfield. Oats
planted for hogs now will furnish
excellent pasture from the last of
May until the last of June. This will
give you fine pasture for your hogs
when other crops are scarce. Hogs
should be turned on oats by the time
they get in the milk stage. I have
seen excellent results where hogs were
pastured oats, and have also gotten
good results myself. After the oats
are harvested by the hogs the last
of June, you will have time to plant
this land in corn and soy beans, or
corn and peanuts, etc.
Oats planted for hogs should be
sown rather thick, for you don't care
anything about the height of the
straw but the heads train) is what
you want. If you have never planted
any oats for your hogs, try some, for
I am sure they will pay you well.
Don't expect to raise your hogs at a
profit if you don't plant some graz
ing crop for them.
Bank No. 341
Statement of the Condition of the
BANK Of PIN[WOOD
located at Pinewood, S. C., at the
close of business March 4, 1919.
Loans and Discounts - ..$147,687.61
Overdrafts ...-- - 1,151.26
Bonds and Stocks Owned
by the Bank -..-..-..-..-590.00
Furniture and Fixtures - - 500.00
Banking Ilouse - - - - ..-1,400.00
Due from Banks and Bank
ers . - - ------ 24,417.97
Currency - - - - - - - 2,128.00
Gold-- ..-..-.. -.-..-.. -. _ 25.001
Silver and Other Minor
Coin . - - - .-- - - - - 432.13
Total ._ _ _ -,331.97
Capital Stock Paid In - .$ 10,000.00
Surplus Fund --..-..-.-.. 5,000.00
Undivided Profits, less
Current Expenses and
Taxes Paid -. -. -. - - 4,130.96
to Check - ..$ 52.675.64
Savings Deposits 23,525.33
Bills Payable, including
Certificates for Money
Borrowed - - .. g;,00o.00
Total ... . - $178,33 i 117
State of South Carolina,
County of Clareidon, ss.
Before me .cnm It. A. Ridgill,'
Cashier. of lhe above named bank,'
who, beintr duly sworn, says that the
above nmI foregoing statement is a
true condition of said bank, as shown
by the hooks of said hank.
by the books of slid hank.
R. A. RIDGILI..
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 17th day of March. 1919.
E. M. BRADIIAM,
R. 0. Rinehart,
P'. I. Broughton,
Statement of the ('ond on of the
BANK Of TIJRB[YIl[
located at. Turbeville, S. C., at the
close of business March 4, 1919.
Lon and(11 D111Tiscounts -. .$ 4 G,083 .21
Overdrafts . - . . 1041.35
Bonds and Stocks Owned
by the Bank ...- .. 2,44.0.00t
Furniture and Fixtures . - 1,695.81
Banking House - -- 2,830.16
D~ue from Banks andi Bank -
ers .- ...----...-...3,137.81
Silver and1( Other Minor
Coin . 4183.93
Cheeks and Cash Items . . 76.43
To'(tal.--.-..-.-..-.-.-.. $ 57,754.i'
LIA BI JL'IIES
Capit al Sto('k Paid In . . $ 12.500.0(i
Surplus Fund .. . .. - ... 1,2510.00
l'nd1Iiied Pro'fits, less
Current Expe(nse's andl
Txe's PaIidl . 1 .493.0I
Ito (Check . .$22.980.93
Savings Deposits 35.59
of Deposit . 2,875.00
21ashier's Checks 112(.2(0
Bills Payable1)1., including
('ert i ficates for Mone1(y
TotaI1 S 57,75l.7.1
State of Soth 11aro1I'lina.2
Co'I uty (If Clarendlon. ss.
lB.fore me11 (came1 E. E. T' ) immons
who. he(ing duly sworn'I, says that1 then
tru' cosndition (of saidl ban0k, asM shown
E. E. TIMlMONS.
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