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SHORTER SEASON FOR I
HUNTING WILD TURKEY
Object of the Law is Conseravtion of d
Game Btirds and Animals in - a
The State. a
The Genertal Assembly has closed z,
the season for wild turkeys March 1, p
cutting it down from April 1, as it u
appears on the back of licenses, and all
turkey hunters will he warned.
Since March the season has been
clojsedl on all game animals and birds
within the borders of the State. The
sportsman might as well put awvay the
.oIld "smoke-iron"' until the first of
next September, wvhen the season for
dleer andl marsh he'ns opens. The only
ex(use for a man being anroad with
his gun now is to kill predatory ani
miais dlestroying h)is lproperty. All
others carrying guns have the linger
of susp)icionl rest ing on them. To
shoot at any time on or near a public
highway, unless a man owns the land
oni both sid es of it, si a imisdemeanor
punishable undler the terms of Section
339 of the Criminal C:ode.
Taken as a whole, the local season
has been good for the hunters. T1he
drought i nterfe rredl a good deal with
he part ridge sh<.ot ing. TJhe dluck
shooting was good; hut better in the
Santee region than hlast season and
rence in Shoes.
looks good whet
appearance of q
e looks good whe
eady to discard it
:rence in Shoes
ce- in the Shoes
1 last twice as lo:
good Shoe does
a "cheap" one. F
I Shoes only
s tention of returning: with their fam
- ilies next fall.
- The laws for hunting as regards
bag limits and open seasons are get
F ting pretty well balanced now with the
i increased number af hunters. The
> sportsmen are more and more- realiz
L ing that they will have to sacrifice
2 sonic things and stand frimly with
3 the game department if they expect to
continue to- have any game tai shoot.
- After all, the closed season and bag
!e the est in
Batteries and Bulbs.
is of Wrenches.
I look our stock over
/E YOU MONEY.
iag Motor Co.
NNING, S. C.
to Paintime Thatren.
[ERE is a diffe
hoe of quality
, and retains th(
g as you wear i
"he "cheap" sho
is "rusty' in a
efore you are r
'hat is the diff
s more differen
s in the price.
good Shoe wil
ap" one, and a
ice.as much as
ee us for Gooc
at Moderate Pi
E W ID]
oorer in the Edisto, This is perhap
Le to food conditions. Deer and tur
ey shooting has been good, wood
>ek and snipe a negligible quantity
There are hundreds of thou'ands o
ucks of many varieties right noN
round this section, working uj
gainst the ice, on their spring fligh
ward their summering and breedinj
nes. These ducks rest around her
retty well all of March and beinj
nmolested, leave here with every in
Come in ani
W. J. You
I YOU f
1imits are made to adjust the balance. Pl
between the hunters and the hunted. ha
so as to give the latter a bit the edge, th
Game laws are only made to pre-I
serve the game and keep it at the
doors of the sportsmen. The man m
whether friend or not, who shoots the
game of the State which belongs to
everybody, out of season, is doing an
unenighborly act, the same as if he
steals hoga or cows. As some Cali-:.
fornia writer puts it, "Game laws are
not enacted for the purpose of dlepriv-g
ing any citizen of his rights, but rath-1U
er to prevent such deprivation by as- I f
suring a supply." '
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POOR STOCK, LESSU
FARM INCOME U
It doesnit pay to grow low-grade or ,
scrub stock of any kind. This state-'fl
ment is made by the United States *
Uepartment of Agriculture in connec
tion with a serica of tests on efficiency
in farm management in the South. OnU
289 dairy farms it was found that 48
farms receiving $50 andi less income
per cow had labor incomes 45 per cent
below the general average. On the'
other hand, the 28 farms with receipts*
per cow of more than $120 had labor
incomes 75 per cent above the aver
age and wvere the most profitable ofg
the group. The quality of the liveg
,stock kept is one of the 16 points out
lined by the department to be tested I
in dietermining the efficiency of farm ..
management. Full information con
Cerning th~e tests is emb odied in a newv
ciclrof the department.
Olanta, March 21.--Olanta had a
$25,000 fire yesterday morning about
2 o'clock, when three two-story
buildings wvere destroyed. The fire
broke out in the Masonic building and
soon spread to the structure occupied
by M. C. Bristow, then to the home of
E. Willis, dlestroying the three build
ings completely. Mr. Bristow was not
at home at the time andl Mrs. Bristow
managed to escape with several child
ren. 'All of the furniture and clothing
was lost, with only $750 insurance.
Mr. Willis carried $2,000 on his resi
dence, with $500 on his furniture.
TIFUL AND) CHEAPER
Indication that there Is a plentiful
supply of garden seeds this spring,
with the possible exce ption of certain
varieties of peas, Is contalned In re
Jemen ne 4 a
ng, sa o mqe years pg Pse
oan't iXidney P11l9 'q .oun then
valuable: riei0y. tthat tih.
dne s. wei in' cotaidorabl4
ouble,. 1'a bha gclches an p aii
0rss my De Dbn' Kid
>y Pills ind they gave Me' prompi
After a lapse of several years, Mr
.ardon said: .'You, can still use
e satfitaent whichl gave sorne tiinc
,o praising Doan's Kidney Pills,
Dan's certainly are a good remedy
r kindney trouble." /
Price 00c at all dealers. Don't. sim
y ask for a ktdney remedy-gel
yan's Kidney Pills-the same that
r. Reardon had. Foster-Milburn
., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.-Advt.
rts received by the Bureau of Mar.
ts, United States Department ol
riculture, from representative seed
alors engaged in wholesale, rdtail
id mail.-order business. Study of
veral- mail-order catalogues indica.
a that in the majority of er, es the
ices of seeds are less than lor the
at two years, the greatest reductioi
ing for cabbage seed. Marked redue.
ma are also shown'in the prices for
rden beet, carrot, onion, spinach,
d English and Swedish turnip seed,
i increases of about 18 per cent is
ted in the pricps for' garden peas
dile similar increases are shown for
iskmeoln, summer and winter
uash, and tomato seed. This condi.
n'should prove favorable to exten.
fe'garden planting, which is urged
ythe United States Department of
Replies to inquiries addresfied.to re
esentative seed vlers showed that
few in industrt centers, particul.
ly in the East, were selling from 10
30 pror cent less seed than last year,
iO cause, apparently, was the short
e of labor on truck farms. Com.
red with normal conditions before
e war, the reduction in these eastern
titers ranges from 10 to 45 per cent,
On the whole the sales to home gar
ners seem to be larger than those of
t year, ranging from a 6 per cent
,rease In some sections to 50 per
nt in others. Dealers in the most
rtherly cities were unable to report
equately because the season had not
vanced sufficiently at the time re
ics were senlt in.
a increased, rapidly during the last
ree years. Reports gathered by the
Is now being distrib,
by the BARNES EL
wishing particulars ca
Dealer for Clarendo,
t so 1;otha ,
lesst than four 86 ore1
genre bt less thar Iive, 37;
five year 4
These reports ere'R from
ers' whq had purchased ne k tr k
their individual . use.' Reporti
secondhand iachineb and on truc)k at
tachments fr. pleasure cars, as Nell e'
trucks uscd prlmetily for custom)
or on rqgularly. established. rot
were not Included in the count. While
it is Impossible to determine just he
inany of the trucks which have
in use. only one or two years were
purchased to replace other trueks,
worn out or discarded, it is known that
a large percentage of the reports
covers first experience with trucks
JNO. G. DINKINS
MANNING, S. C.
DuRANT & ELLERBE
Attorneys at Law
MANNING. S. C.
. 0. Purdy. S. Oliver O'Bryan
PURDY & O'BRYAN
Attorneys and Counselors at Law.
MANNING. S. C.
Attorney at Law
MANNING, S. C.
Loans Negotiated on.Real Estate
On Real Estate--Small and Large
Loans. Long Terms.
J. W. WIDEMAN
MANNING. S. C.
H. C. CURTIS,
MANNING, S. C.
nation Planters U
rn and Cotton. E
FIARD WARE CO.*
ton, S. C. I
uted in South Carolina
ECTRIC CO. Any one
rn get sanme by writing
Rock Hill, S. C.
i County Wanted.