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AFFORDING AN E)
ITY TO VISI'T
Effective June 6, to S4
Round. Trip Fare Fron
Limited to Date of Sal
Baggage will not be che
will not be honored in sleepii
Leaves Manning - - - --.
For particulars regarding
H. D. Clark, Ticke
W. J. CRAIG,
Passenger Traflice Manag
The Standard I
esltion o c
ning wr.ter. U
a fully modecrn1
The cost is mo
8..-. he Siaisep ni
4 h ailth authorities.
Outhouse Type (ArMbC ,un
A $ pecual nyvalem
50 per cent or more under
ear good schools, churches,
om ten tons and
tave sold during
ays a large ton
erial, and while
ianced during the
still cheap com
before you buy.
3ptember 5, 1920, Inclusive.
from intermediate points.
eked on these tickets and they will
g or parlor cars.
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regular Summer Excursion Fares,
L Agent, Manning, S. C.
T. C. WHITE.
General Passenger Art.
~ailroad of the South
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~ystemr m!e:t 'ermanently the
sana~t.--. uickly installed,
w. ground, yo'ur Sanisep System
F sewa-.o fwever. It is just as
nnelction with !city sewers.
recommead1( connects with run
;ing the~ system, you can have
athroom and kitchen drainage.
iethod .Is recommendled by I weling
It complies with strictebt regunItons.
>cleaning ---- takes care of itself. A
Sanisop Systems for homes, schools,
industrial villages will be sent on
>inlg & Supply Co.,
Iflmnind~ . C(
OLIVES ARE RESTORED
TO POPUILAR FAVOR
Trouble Entirely: Remedied by Action
of Packers, Says Department of
Washinkton, May 31.-Ripe olives
have been restored to favor. It is again
safe to eat them, according to gov
ernment experts. The appetizing'de
licacy which, by reason of a few in
stances of imperfect packing, was
brought into temporary disfavor all
over the United States, has been of
ficially restored to its place at the
table and epicures may breathe a sign
of satisfaction. Incidentially the bacil
lus botulinus, that tiny organism re
Isponsible for the ripe olive's unde
served loss of popularity has been ut
terly routed and destroyed and, hence
forth, must seek other fields.
Secretary Meredith, of the Depart
ment of Agriculture in making public
the result of a thorough investigation
by government chemists of cases of
poisoning due to the eating of ripe
olives, said the trouble was not due to
the container in which they were
packed but to isolated cases of inade
quate sterilization. The chemists
foun.. he said ,that it was possible to
sterilize completely both glass jars and
tin cans. To eliminate all possible fu
ture trouble, he said ,the packers have
adopted the department's recommenda
tion that the olives be subjected to not
less than 240 degrees of heat to pre
vent the possibility of danger to the
consumer. This increased sterilization
it is said in no ways affeects the flavor
or edibility of the relish.
Owing to prejudice, due to the pub
licity given case of poisoning from eat
ing ripe olives, according to the pack
ers, the ripe olive packing industry
has been practically destroyed the de
mand having fallen oil 95 per cent. So
widespread was this prejudice that the
consumption of green olives was sim
ilarly reduced although no fatalities
were traced to the use of them. It is
believed that the action of the De
partment of Agriculture in discovering
that the cause of poisoning was not
due to either tin cans or glass jars
and in uniting the packers in a co
operative movement to standardize
their products by absolutely safe
methods of sterilization will restore
the olive industry to its former posi
tion ih American trade.
"The Bureau of Chemistry of the De
partment of Agriculture," says Secre
tary Meredith, "authorizes the state
ment that it has met with a gratify
ing degree of cooperation on the part
of packers of ripe olives in improv
ing methods to such an extent that
danger from botulinus poisoning in
future packs will be eliminated. Five
groups of deaths traced to poison pro
duced by the organism known as
bacillus botulinus have occurred in
'New York city. Detroit, Mich., Canton
O., Memphis. Tenn., and Kalispell,
Mont. All of these cases were due to
the consumption of ripe olives. No
fatalities ..ave been traced to green
"Very extensive' investigations hlave
been made by scientists from the Bu
reau of Chemistry with the coopera
tion of the Packers and the packers
have also emlloyed specialists to study
lhe < anses of botulinus poisoning and
the prec-ttions which should be em
nlioyed to prevent further di fliculIty.
The ex pert s agree that the trouble is
not inherent in the type of container
used. Whether the olives he packed
he rendered absolutely safe if proper
precaultion( are taken to prlevent thle
in fection with bactercia duaring ha nd1
ing and if the packages v. hen iillIed
are sterilizedl at a suflicienlt temnpera -
ture a~ndl for a sufficie*nt period of tiime.
It is entirely practicable, say the
m'ecialists. to sterilize both containers
of glass andl tin cans at a temnperalt ur
high (enough to inisure absoluite ster
C (OI'NTY AGCNTS AN!)
SPIE(CA IJISTS El .illt JiNE 21-25
Clemsn ( ollege, JTune' 3.- -The ani
n''al meit ing oIf tile algricultulll
agents and11 specialists of the lExten
s ion Serv ice of Clemson College wvillI
b te behl, at (lemson. College .1 nne 21
to 2i iinclusive. according to alnno~unce
ment of Director WV. WV. Long. All
of the dlistrict and coulnty agrical
c ial na'ents of thle state and thle
'e2 lists in the variouls lines of ng
n d 'the meeting will be in the natur,
f an intensive short course aind ex
perience school for the 'workis.
In view of the present agricultura
,onditions much prominence. is givei
in the program to cotton grading ani
rnarketing, livestock developmen
Alub work, marketing products of di
versified farming, boll weevil con
The first (lay will be devoted to cot
'on grading, warehousing, and market
ing, with addresses and discussion
by Director W. W. Long, Assistan
Director D. W. Watkins, Mr. J. q
Wannamaker, Mr. B. F. McLeod, Di
W. 11. Mills, Mr. E. C. Seifert ani
others who are authorities on sue]
The second day, June 23, will b
taken up largely with discussions o
Boys' Club work and organizatio
W!~\e are going to
Sand Gilts and 2
i Hog F1arrn. Thr
ever offered~ at A'
matters ,and reaching the people thru fi
- personal and pubilcity channyls.
The third day will be given over to el
livestock work and addresses by Mr. li
J. A. Evans, Chief of the Office of Ex- ti
tension Work South, and Mr. H. E. si
Sacely, Field 'Agent of the same of- c
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vestock and fai'm products other
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