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$3.4Q Jeweled $6.25
WIMTHROP OFFERS TO
AID IN MOVIMENi
Columibia, .June I-. I)r. D. B.
JohnSon, president t Wilthrop
College, has wr'ittenl .1. 'Skottowe-( an.
namaker, jpr'esid(ent of the American
Cotton Association, placing the organ
ization ad(1 resolces f Wi ntlrop Col
lege at the disposal of the American
Cotton Association inl its "proposed
work for the wolmeIn of the State. The
offer has beenll aecepted with thanks I
by Mr. WVannamaiker.
.Mr. W anmker yester-hay re
ceived the following letter from l)r.
"I am writing to offer Winthrop Col e
lege -the South (C.a roli n col lege for
wOm en1 --111( its organi .Iatioll and re
SOu(ces, for the purpose of cooperat- 11
ing vith the South Carolina Cotton b
Associatioll ad(( its proposed worik for
the woneni of the State. We have
becn working for u< quarter of a cen- C
tory for the bet teIient(i of the homes
of the State, both rural manl u rban ,
and for the wolfare of til the womien
of the State. Anything Vinth rop ealnls
(10 to fownard this vital intesest it
stamd(s readyv to dIo.''I t
Comilnlting " on1 Dr. Johnlson'~s letterl
Mr. Wannamaliker said that it pointed j
to the](. inevitable c rtaintyv ofi the or- I
gelnization of the womien of the State
un-ler the American Cotton Associa
tion. "'The inllu ence of this enldorse
mlenit in itself wil he wond~erfulyV ben
eficialI,"' be said. "Thle 1result oIf tis '
'oopera(t ion0 means11 thle cer'tain0ty oif the
ltion i oII(f ff1e womien (of our I Sta te to
our1 membllersh ip, the blet termnitt oIf
rulr::0 homes10 and1 the secuiring (of manyI0 e
(e(onomIic'1 reorm fo r whliich we are
"ix oIf the lead~ling ((Illeges of the hi
SoIh1, at~ the requlest of the Ame1rican a
(Cof ion A'ssociation, 1mve Installed
cor1' Ilete (commercia' l courses5(. tJnder '
the supervWision (If fthe very blest ex
(courses0 wiii be give onI thl le business"
side0 (If produc~l(tion1 thait ifs thel hand.1
ling. moarketing andil grading oIf cot.
tonl. It is .iust as5 imporIltanlt, this heinga
tih'e11 completiIon (If' an agricul tual "l
time11 beofore al (of t he a(gri(ultul coIl
lee (If the Sooth wil install the'se'
short, timec before tle other colle'ges
I the various sec('tions of tlhei Ila t n onl
'ill iopt the 111Cthotls of tihe great
n1l ish and European un ive'sities and
.:;tal complete cO M mleri' ial1 Courses,
[) that a m11an,1 wienI he completes his
luncation ill tle.e colloges aid un1iver
ties, will be a well rounded (riinted
1111, thoroughly equipped for life. un
erstamldling theicint-i sidie of thlt
"'hie colleges of South C arolinla are
ali inl this r'(,at work. Clelsoln
oll('ge, tl'OIgh its xteIlsioll forces,
cooprapjltint g with i an(l will actillI
)i nt ly with the D epa It men t of I Agri
1I tult , the Statl. Varehouse ( mmis.
ion anl the Suoth ( arolilla )ivilsiol
f the American cottol Associat )in,
ike part in a great caipaigi in this
tate inl July for. the erection of ware
DOs(S anl the formation of coopera
ve mariketiIg soiti and the Se
Wrinme' of liceisd gradels."1
_.0lY Ol- - NOW
InI the long bat tle agin lst inse(ct
aemi es, the ihureauo 0f En tomo1lgy,
nlitedi States IDepartmnIt of Agri
11ur ie, ser ves as the ifarmersi'' "li st
linig post"' to gxive due warinlg oIf
n outbreak (of t he -trIw arm~ly worm'
ad also5( ill southerrn \l issourii. and the
'ienltists5 are( ma8k ing (ev(l ('ffort to
ive il 'nrmaion uponll~ the coiit rol o
I s jI(st . It is e'xpec'(t id that1 the
orm11 will app~learI l in the sections11 iy
g nlorth an~d nlortheast of t..e area
fested at, J)retsen t. 'r'obabIly thiis
ill occu r wi thin thrIl ee or four iweeks,
it h thir de'fense.
Just w hat th i de iPfense shiouhli 'onl
st (If is fully de(sc'ribled iln lIimers'
ulletin il 73 I, wvhi h thle depar1& tment1
ill s(end flee upo ret1 1('Iuest, to ainy
terlest ed person0l. Hr'iefly ,th le 'onitrol
lte pest is effected by meanils (If
1il111ned baits, ploisonedl sprays upon11
'o~ps no11~tintendedl 1to be4 used as for
e(, and by the con1IstruLctLion (If d itc(hes
'1d tratps whler'e the malIsses oIf ca teri
iller's can11 be ('aughit an ld crushed w ithi
i"or' the lnex t three lonths the'
is (of growVing graiss and iginl
ust bel watched care'iflly and1(, whenI
C wVom is d iscoveed, thle aittack
igor' to) pre'(vent th. p1(est fr'omi for'tify
ig hIis JilsitLion. O nce illtrlenichedi, the
my~i worm wvill (laimI a large slice of
rmO profi ts fior hiis inldemn~iity -.-mniii
IllS (If dollars have passed dlown the
reilly ma1w (of the arm'liy wVorml l ih
ist 31 year Is.
TUhe true ar lmy-w~ormll shouldl not be
m fused wi th the "'overfio~vwi' i wr,"
"fall arm~iy worm,'" or the "grass
Ormi,'" s-ly the le'ederaI entomo110o!o -its.
lie geun1I ie ar t.icle is a nealy nalt eri,
noloth str'ipled eniteri'ller about01 1 1-2
('les long. II is gr'oonish body is
m0 oneC downt each sidie and( one dIown
Ie baick. for the Ilnit i athm bod.
Thie hevad isr4 ihbowseke
The army wVormI operates inl mlasses,
and11 from1) this cha rac tecrist ie he derives
h i namei. Wh'Ien large num11bers of,
theml are( at work inl a field the champ
ing Sound of thleir moving jaws Can1
he plainly heard as they devour everyN
blade inl Sivht.
A marked inrase inl the production
of' sorgh sirup is indicated by rve
ports received by the United States
Department of Agriculture, which has
beenl engaged inl a special campaign to
img mU rfter prodt-ion of th'is crop
heraise of the kees demand for sugar
substitutes. At the beginnilig otf the
TO FIGHIT INSECT
Wl iliS PARASIT
The orets ofve ~ the United States
pa rtment of Agriultutre s, tho(tuha
forth~e rps ofl at er in pai(. tes
ofi So thhugreaken enotih bo arge a.
stittaenwt hein reeied at Browns
ville Tex, fo ditibion in thel'
cafoiriso th ps atein whersugar
ocate ma-scarer mtha ite aoes in
t('e Ioisinaoo rielts. A iTthe patr
st toit tohe isJian fciels and tro
oth er lace41s o ht .ii where sugar n sgo
I w*ill apl toY ( the Probate Court
of C larendon (ounty oni Monday,
-ltne I d, 1 920 at eleven o'clock in the
forenoon for a final discharge as ad
miiutstratrix (of the' Estate of Henrv
1.1amneus WVilson, deceaseqt.
I19-5t.-c. Janie M\. \Vilson.
THEl F STAT-'~E O" SOUIT~I CA ROLINA
C'outtoy of Cla rentdon
COURT OF" COMMON PL1EA\S
SUMMONS FOR RELIEIF
Ial (Comnpla init Scervedl)
isalNelsont, Pl'a inti If,
Po(wellI Du nose and Nat Israel, De fen
TO( TI'lE IDE;IFEND1A NTS ABHOVE
YOU AI' R E H El EY SUJMMOND
and reqt-rcd to answer the Complaint
in, this acti on, of wh.ich a copy is here
wiit h serve.I 11(4(n you, and to serve' a
coply oif your Anrswer to the sa i'l Coim
Ilainit on ithe tiub.crihers at it I ir of
flice in Sumoter, S. C., withii wenty
(lays afitr the se'rvice here(" -x
siv'e of the <hty ofi s ch servi -, andtii if
you~ fail to aniswer the Compl-utn' with
in the lime fi fes; id ,thc I-l- intuif in
this nctioni will apj !y to the Court
for the reliel demamdedl in- the Comt
D~ated MVey It ih, A. 1).. 19'9
TO'( THllE A R-NTF DETEFNDANT,
Tlake Notice, that the summons arid
comolaiint in the above rtyle. actioni
wVere( fib: in ihr 1 olie" of the Clerk o~
said em.rt. ont the 29th day of MWay,
1020. Jenninc:s and( J a rby,
World War the annual yield of sorg
hum sirup in the United States was
a1pproxi mately 13,000,000 gallons. This
has increased steadily until for the
past. year it was appioximately 30,
000.0001 gallons. The average yield of
sirup per acre has been about 100 gal
lons, but the fact that this figure can
be increased is indicated, by the de
partnent's experiments in which more
Iha -nw galions per acre have been
lSap It D
good drink, like a good ge
rings a smile of satisfaci
Is the pennant winner,
With no bad after effect.
producel in some localities.
In ur1ging increased plaltings t")
sorghum 1 the department's expert
point1 out. that despite the increasing
yields tile dellalld is still greater than
the soupply. as shown by the price for
sillp. which has rallged from 90
celts to $1.5)0 per gallon, and inl a
few (Uases event higher.
There arc ahundnt opprll tunities
for increIsing the sorghum pirodue
, We Hay<
show you these maci
are none better mad
tion, the experts say, since this crop
('nn' ie rown in, every State' in thw
Union With tlie l)ossible exception of
.aine. In tile northern StaLes it is
Iecessary to plant early- niaturing
varieties of sorghum. "10arly Amber"
and( "Flolgers" are among the variet ies
r(OC oMInenel.l by the lepartment,
which is preparel to supply inquirers
with full information regarding the
ultivation of this profitable plant.