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I. I. APPELT
F. M. SHO'PE
MANNING, S. C., WEDN
Have a drink, brother?
hangs on the pump handle.
It is a base slander to e
wearing gingham dresses nc
expensive as silk.
Henry Ford, it seems, a
that he is an "ignorant idea
Henry-he ought to know.
The earth, they tell us,
each day. Only in spots, b
countries are still very wet.
HOW TO FIGHT
THE ARMY WORM
At this time of year the army worm
is on the war p h and it is necessary
that nreparation be made to fight
this ravaging insect. The time to pre
,tare for the Army Worms is when you
hear of t :iem in your neighborhood,
4fnd if yon don't fight them they will
...ko a clean sweep of you-. crops.
This is how we prepare the front
For army worms on forage crops
:nnd grasses use a poison bran made
of bran, 50 pounds; arsenate of
lead, arsenate of lime, or paris
green, 1 pound; oranges or lemons,
E; cheap syrup or molasses, 2
quarts; water, 2 gallons. Mix bran
and poison in a tub; add syrup;
'chop oranges finely and add juice.
pulp and all; add water and stir to
dampen, then add water to make a
moist crumbly mass that will sow
easily. Apply this mixture in late
evening or early morning; the above
formula will sow ten to fifteen acres.
Foi- army worms on cotton and
corn, (lust plants with arsenate of
lead or arsenate of lime about two
pounds per acre, less for young
plants, more for cotton over three
feet high. The arsenate may be
tiiluted with equal parts airslaked
time. For small areas dust thru
It cheese cloth sack on the end of a
atick. For larger areas use two
sacks and a pole on horseback.
Take a strip one by three inches and
one foot longer than width of rows;
bore an inch hole six inches from
-Cash end; make two sacks of 8-ounce
duck three by six by twenty inches;
-attach the open ends of the sacks
to the ends of the stick and use a
lunnel to fill the sacks thru the
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--------. -- ....- ....- .-Editor
- - --Business Manager
SDAY, AUGUST 20, 1919
Help yourself. The cup
ven suggest that women are
w because cotton is about as
:mitted on the witness stand
list." Well, we'll not dispute
is becoming more inflamable
'other, only in spc ' Some
auger hole. One man can cover 20
acres per day on a mule with this
outfit. Muzzle the mule, and do not
inhale the dust. Keep all livestock
out of the field for three weeks or
until after two or three heavy rains.
To prevent worms from spreading,
plow a deep furrow around the field
and when the worms pile up in it
drag -a log thru it. Poison the ad
joining margin of corn and cotton
fields. Graze the infested area
heavily. If level use at heavy roller.
If road sepatates infested field from
threatened area, use a drag to kill
worms while crossing. Cut and cure
infested grass or hay if mature
enough and plow and plant to an
A. M. Musser,
STOCK HOLDERS' MEfTING
There will be a meeting of the
stockholders of Carolina Stock Farms,
r'c., at the Court House in Manntnt ,
at 4 p. m.. on Monday, August 25.
1919, for the purpose of electing
directors for the ensuing year.
C. L. Stabler, Sec. lt.-c
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The Federal regulations for shoot
ing doves in South Carolina has been
changed so as to make the open sea
son run from Oct. 16th, to Jan. 31st,
inclusive in place of Sept. 16th, to
December 31st, inclusive. Since the
latter (late was written in our licenses
before this change, we will have to
concede the right of the public under
State Laws to shoot doves this season
from Sept. 16, 1919 to Jan. 31, 1920.
At the same time the public is warn
ed that they may be prosecuted by the
Federal authorities if they shoot
vers of Clarendot
Cothran sold tob~acco yes
boys laughing and saying "I
"Hie will get mine next time'
the fact that Cothran knows
Cothran takes a delight
isn't afraid to bid it up to whl
w ill b~e given time to sell yoi
The market is better noi
closed dlown for the railroadl
iCk of Levi Blocke
doves in thisi tate at ny time boeoi9
I have been advised that a great
many people over the County are
shooting squirrels, and that fish traps
are again being operated in violation
of the law. As a final warning to all
such violators of the game. law I beg
to state that with the assistance'- of
several deputies I am going to make
a very active campaign to catch them
and each one will be prosecuted to the
full extent of the law. Hunting
licenses are now on sale and can be
had from the following parties, R. H.
Belser, Silver, S. C.; W. O. Tatum,
Pinewood, S. C.; Jno. C. Bagnal or
S. W. Barron Manning, S. C.
I am anxious to secure a reliable
person in every section of the county
to handle these hunting licenses and
will announce through these columns
the names of all persons that are ap
pointed to sell them.
S. W. BARRON.
TO THE FARMERS
OF CLARENDON COUNTY
A- number of men have experienced
difficulty in finding or leaving" word
for the County Demonstration Agent.
As most people in the County know
I have an office in the South East
corner on the second floor of the
court house building. However dur
ing five days of the week I am busy
traveling about the county, but as a
usual thing I will be in my office on
Saturdays. I also go to the office a
few minutes each morning before I
start on a trip and if any one call
ing at the office when I am not there
will leave a note on my desk, you will
find paper and pencil there explaining
what you want and your address I
will get it the next morning and will
visit you that day unless I have
already made an engagement for that
day. Should such be the case I will
come as soon as possible.
It is very important that you state
why you want to see me for should
it be hog cholera I can bring tlie
necessary serum with me and thus
avoid any dangerous delays. I keep
serum on hand all the/time so as to be
ready for emergency calls.
If it is more convenient for you to
do so you can leave word at Mr. F.
P. Ervin's, one and a half miles out
from Manning on the Kingstree road
where I am now living.
Come up and spend a half hour in
the office when you are in town Sat
urday's and I will help you with your
farm troubles and aid you with your
plows for a better and more prosper
ous farm next year.
A. M. Musser,
RIOT AT CUDAHY PLANT
Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. 19.-Four
persons were said to have been in- [
jured in a riot this afternoon at the
plant of the Cudahy Packing Company
packing plant, where several hundred
employes went on strike two weeks
iand Ad joining Ce
terday up as high as $60 and $6]
told you Cothran would lead. th<
'and still others "I always sell 4
South Carolina tobacco and ho
in working hard an~d pleasing I
at he thinks is right. .Just tal
ir tobacco before we close.
v than any time before this seat
strike. Load up and bring it
What is more Desirable During the Hot
Weather than Comfort? What goes to
make Comfort? Our Answer is Clothes.
We have them Cool and Comfortable
Palm Beach and Mohair Suits, $12.50 to $22.50
I Thin Fresh Underwear, per suit, $ 1.00 to $ 5.00
Soft Negligee Shirts, - - ,-- $ 1.00 to $10.00
Ties, Hosiery and all other Necessary
Furnishings. Buy where you can get
the best and the largest stock in East
ern South Carolina to select from.
The D. J. Chandler
The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes.
SUMTER, - - - - - - South Carolina
3ky High !
per hundred for the better grades. Cothran had the
market ine high prices" vad some one else would say
lothran every pound I grow. You can rest assured of
w to sell it for the highest dollar to be had."
ts trade. Cothran is a good judge of good tobacco and
ce your time and market your tobacco gradually as you
;on. All grades showed more strength than before we
to Cothran for highest prices and best service.
R. D. Cothran, Proprietor.