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The Poland Chir
by their owner for p
When weaned they N
When fully grown the,
It costs no more
to raise "Razor Backs
rate of 1 1-4 pounds
We will be glad
farmer's boy in bringi
W. C. DAVIS, J.
AGAINST MALARIA e
Select Geo. R. Wheeler-Di. Rupert a suhe
Blue Will )irect it as Assistant ty.
Surgeon-(General, it Is Stated.
Washington, Feb. 8.-Complete eli- nIutay
miination of the maiaria problem in owner
the Sonthern States and eradication for nu
of the anohe)l(les mosquito, the pest in ree
whichl causes it, are only a matter of by hin
Gmthanks to steps that have at-' mg
readyv been taken or projectedl by o h
prom1inet nmemblers of Conig ress. hiighi Dr O~*
federtalI oflicialIs, State andI local health <-N
oflicers in the South and the dlevelori- emmh)ttl
ment11 organflizations of that region Ga
wvhich a rc workinog a long the lines of counei
a proi gramt that i ncludes betttermenit of lion ,
health ctodtionls andt sanitation. Andica
the t imo te uiredt to aceonmpl ish these Stat
resul ts may he reducedot to ias little as 't Mr.
two year s, it is predicited, if the neces-..) oint ir
sa ry fundts antd manpower are miade eral H
avatibible. the so
In line with its work tof encourtagin ng at
the ant i-maharia camptaign in the tt"ineidl
Soiuth, as carried ont by the health of- tiC otiji
ficialIs and denvtlopmient organizat ionsi Stltler
there thle U nit ed States P'ubl ic II eal th z 'at ion
Servicee is coopeJ)rai tig with the Nat ion filiatetd
alI Malaian ommnit tee. 'To ass5ist ini T he
prptIag~a nda worik agoainst malain a and Southi
s carrier, the mostluito. Surgeon P romoir
. . Ilegisla
, DOORS Sae
MOULDI NGS *""tt I
MILL WORK miaalri
ia hogs picture<
-ere worth upwa
r will weigh ove
to raise hogs lil
;" yet they will
to co-operate v
ng a few more
t work as assistant surf
I after the arrival of the
n general, (Dr. Hugh S.
I,) from Paris, has annom
onlmittee on education and I
Charleston Man Honored.
'ge R. Wheeler, of Charles
cr of the South Carolina L;
' Association has been ele
mhlership On this subcomlii
>gnition of the good work <
I and h1is orgamzI/ation ini 1i
daiaLI. laist ye ar'. Other mem
subcommittee are as folk
;ear Dowl ing, State health
.w Orleans, La.; Dr. T. F. A
e, State health officer, Atla
r. Frederick R. Green, secre1
on health and public inst
moericanl Medical A ssociat
0, Ill., and Dr. W. S. Rani
leal th 0 'IeerI, Haleigh. N.
Wheeler has aIceptedl the
ent in a etter to Surgeon (
lue in which he suggest~s
weomm ittee hold itin first mi
M\ont gomery, Ala., March 1
ent. with the quarterly meel
'rs of the Southern Alab:
lent andl Development Org.
v nd State mlanagers, of its
a rsoc iat ions.
anti-malaria campaign in
has attractedl the attention
eat mlembers of Congress
ion has been proposed inl
di legislature to assist in
Senator Harris of Georgia
y introdluced a joint resolu
zing an appropriation of he
dollars to enable thle pu
service to cooperate wvith
in tihe invetsigation and con
aria in the United States.
mleasure has been introdt
resentative Overstreet of G
les the federal government
ites and local health authori
velopmlent organizations of
being lined up in this worn
:an suggested that the Rockt
mnda tionl, which has1 been w
the hlookworm and1( other p1
nlight be inlterestedl inl tack
adoly tile federal goverianment
mueh in seeking to dispose
tain a prohleml ando its off
050 of official andl unofil
Itor's in the South hlave yie
ant results. D~uring the
1 wvas very largely chlecke<
r~unld Southern army camps
>ranches of the militar
er All Breeds
I here can be sold
price he may ask.
rds of $500 a piece.
r 1,000 pounds each.
ce these than it does
put on weight at the
with any farmer or
"Real" hogs to this
J. A. WEINBERG,
teon General Blue of the Public Health
new vice, who. is chairman of the mal
sun- committee and will remain at the h
iced naval establishments. The Pu
mb- Health Service has distributed the
ands of copies of pamphlets, bulle
and posters in the campaign of <
Ind- Besides dealing with the ma;
eted prolblem from the standpoint of he;
,tee, and eflicinecy, the government is
lone j treating it in relation to crop pror
sht- tion. Dr. D). L. Van Dine of the but
ICers of Entomology, Departnjent of A
sws culture, has been working on the pl
oflh- 1em from this angle in Louisi
ber where the mosquito is being fou
nta, by various methods. The annual<
ary nonmic loss du'e to malaria has la
uc-i( variously estimated at from $100,(
ion> 000 to $1,000,000,000. It is lpoir
S'bout that malaria is a serions facto:
connection wvith efforts to put into
ap- 2,000.000 acres of idle lnamla in
en-1 Southern States.
cet- The mosquito has practically b
l-13 eliminated from Washington, D).
.a andl vicinity and malaria has been
imatnudrcnrla various South
-indlustr ial towns and elsewhere. Pr
af- ress is also being made along ot
lines in the improvement of her
the and sanitation in Southern States.
ofexample, there was a dlecrease
adl(eaths from typhoid fever in So
the Carolina last year of about 37
the cent from the deaths from that ca
has in 1918, according to the Universit;
B land .
einl Cars of Characte
iad SUMTER, S. C,
South Carolina. The typhoid ,ntq in
other pArts of :the South is'a'soe
ported to be declining. North Cu'o
lina has enacted a stringeht law
against the insanitar 'yhurface closet.
HASII WITH ANOTHER NAME
SEEMS TO -TASTE BETTER
Every Scrap of Meat Should Be Utili
zed-Chopping Can Be Depended
Upon to Make Tough Meat'Tend
er-Recipes for Chopped Meat.
What's in a name? Much, some
times. For instance, hash. - Hash
has become one of the seven original
jokes. But hash, if well made and, well
seasoned, is a culinary delicacy. No
matter how good it is, however, it
grows tiresome if served too much.
So the canny meat-saving cook
serves her hash in new forms, labeled
with new names, and the finicky in her
family eat if with a relish.
Sometimes the meat has been cook
ed, but oftentimes it is tough portions
of steak or other cuts which have been
cut off before cooking. . Chopping
makes it tender and also allows it to
be cooked quickly and econoinically.
The following ree ipes are recoi
mended by the home conomic kitchen
of the United States Departnent of
SE SRI8 SALES
STATE OF' SOUTH CAROLINA,
Under and by Virtue of sundry
Executions issued by L. L. Wells,
Treasurer for (larendon County, and
to me directed. I' will offer for sale on
Monday the 1st. cry of March, 1920,
within the legal hours for judicial
sales, in front of the Court House at
Manning in said County, the follow
ing real cstat? for taxes:
Simon James, 1 lot.
P. B. Andrews, 1 lot.
J. J. Banks, 100 acres.
11. M. Hardy, 40 acres, 1 lot a
Estate I. T. Hodge, 40 acres, 2
Rufus Watson, Sr., 1 lot.
Thomas E. Gayman, 5 acres.
11. O. Fode., 40 acres, 3l buildings.
Hattie B. Ragin, et al 57 2-10 acres.
Rev. Moses P. Parson, 2 lots, 2
Edw. Richboure:, 1 lot.
Sarah Sabb. 3% acres, 2 buildings.,
Sairh Dyson, 5% acres.
Est. Samuel Bennett, 100 acres.
J. E. Carter, 12 acres; 1 building.
S . Marks
Virginia Carolina Chemical Co. 75
aeren 1 building.
Laurence Richardson, 50 acres, 1
Minus Benbow, I lot. I building.
Mrs. Adell Brunson, I lot, 2 build
Aarin Ragin, 1 lot.
1 Willie Rh:.me, 5% acres, 3 build
blic J. A. Richbourg, 50 acres, 1 lot, 4
tils Cantey Weathers, 31 acres, I build
(- Est. C. J. Lesesne. 1 lot.
Rehel McFaddin, 1 lot.
A. W. Weston, 1 lot.
ilth W. T. Fleming, 18 acres.
tiso P Mill
luc- .-. T. McFaddin, 142,.ares 3 buill
J... E. McLeod, 100 acres, 1 building.
oh- Wili armony
WileFrancies, 210 acres, 2 build
ght New Zion
co- .IJulius Hampton, 41 acres. 1 build
00- CqrriplHamnton, 41 neres.
tedl Blob Weaver 18 acres, 1 building.
'im Alice Baker 38 neres.
use JT. J1. Fulwvoodl 100 acres, 1 building.
E. A. Green 58 acres. 2 buildings.
Est. S. D. Powell 1u50 acres.
reen 5. J1. and G. W. Montgomery 51,
S. J. McEveen 50 acres.
arn Mrs. Sue Cuzack 15 acres, 1 build
her E. B. Gamble.
Ith Sheriff, Clarendon County.
use STT CO OUTHW CAROLINA,
of COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
.. SUMMONS,.FOR RELIEF
W. T. Lesesne, Plaintiff,
L'evy Tin~lal and Willie Witherspoon,
TO THlE DEFENDANTS- above
You are hereby summnonedl and re
qiuired to answer the complaint in this
action, of which a copy is herewith
sorvedl upon you, and to servo a copy
of your answer to the said complaint
on the subscriber at his ofmee in Man..
ning, South Carolina, within twenty
days after the service thereof, ex..
clusive of the (lay of such service; and
if you fail to answer the complaint
within the time aforesaid, the plain
tiff in this action will apply to the
Court for the relief dlemandedl In the
Dated JTanuary 12th, A. D. 1920.
W. C. Davis,
To the defendant Levy TJindal:
y You wvill take notice that the Sum..
.mons andl Complaint in the above en..
itled action has -been tiled in the of
Sece of Clerk of Court for Clarendlon
County.W. C. Davis,
Jan. 20th, 190.( 3-.
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'I.. 5 I
pound beet nd 1 po iud huyage,
or 1 pound beef; a poutid sausage
'% pound salt pork.
3 slices of bread- moistened wi
1 onion. Pepper and salt. '
Chop the meat. Chop the onion and
cook it-but do not browI it-in. the
fat fried out of a small portion of
pork. Add the bread and cook a few
minutes. When cool, mix ajl the in
gredients and form into ,a long round
roll. The surface can easily be made:
smooth if the haii dis wet with cold
water. Lay the remaining pork, cut
in thin slices, on top, and bake 40
minutes in hot oven. The sausage
may be omitted, if desired, and other
Smothered Beef Roll.
1 pound round beef.
% pound lean fresh pork.
1 smal lonion.
1 green pepper.
1 cup soft stale bread crumbs.
1 teaspoon salt.
2 cups stewed tomatoes.
2 slices bacon.
2 tablespoons butter.
4 tablespoons flour.
Remove the seeds from the pepper
and put it through the meat grinder
with the meats and the onion. Add
crumbs, egg, and salt. Make into a
roll, place in a shallow baking dish,
pour the strained tomatoes around it,
put the bacon on top, and bake 40
minutes, basting with the tomatoe
Thicken the gravy with the flo
cooked in the butter. A little season
ing, such as a bit of bay leaf, a clove,
and a smal ]piece of onion, improves
the tomato sauce. As the pepper and,
and onion are not likely to be cooker
as soon as the meat, it is well to fry,
them in a little fat before adding to
the other ingredients. This amount
will serve six to eight people.
After a hearty
if you chew O
a stick of
good deal to
d for 2 Years.