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160 acres, 100 cleared, 6 mil<
203 acres, 100 cleared, 2 mik
384 acres, 200 cleared, 1 mile Sout
430 acres, 65 cleared, 1 mile b
166 acres, 75 cleared, 1 - mile
96 acres, 75 cleared, 9 miles
179 acres, 60 cleared, 8 mileE
133 acres, 100 cleared, 4 miles
56 acres, 38 cleared, 9 miles.:
21 acres, 20 cleared, 10 miles
640 acres, 300 cleared. 6 mile;
200 acres, 50 cleared, 10 mile.
112 acres, 5 miles West of Ma:
87 acres, 40 cleared, 5 miles
15 acres, 10 cleared, 4 miles
25 acres, 20 cleared, 1 mile I
21 acres, 15 cleared, 1 mile I
50 acres, 35 cleared, 1 mile N
42 acres, 30 cleared, 1 mile N
36 acres, 7 cleared, 1 mile N
24 acres, 10 cleared, 1 mile N
28 acres, 15 cleared, 1 mile N
We also have several lots and
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and investing bank.
We solicit the patronage of thes
al attributes are likewise-and thc
Sly desire to become such.
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use to regret when it is gone.
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SWe Are H-ead quart
Nitrate of S(
in quantities from ten I
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the past ten clays a la
age of this rnaterial, ar
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~I past week it is still che
pared with other amr
Get our prices before:
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Dwing for Sale:
is west of Manning $110.00 per acre.
,s South of Manning $100.00 per acre.
h of Jordan $60.00 per acre.
forth of Sardinia $50.00 per acre.
from DuRants Siding $100.00 per acre.
East of Manning $30.00 per acre.
East of Manning $50.00 per acre.
West of Manning $150.00 per acre.
'orth East of Manning $175.00 per acre.
North East of Manning $75.00 per' acre.
s North of Manning $200.00 per acre.
3 North East of Manning $30.00 per acre.
iming $50.00 per acre.
Vest of Manning $75.00 per acre.
West of Manning $150.00 per acre.
4orth of Remini $125.00 per acre.
4orfh of Remini $125.00 per acre.
orth of Remini $120.00 per acre.
orth of Remini $120.00 per acr .
orth of Remini $35.00 pr acre.
Drth of Remini $50.00 per acre.
)rth of Remini $90.00 per acre.
a couple of houses in the town of Manning
AND SEE US.
DON'IT PULL FODil)Ri
Clemson College August 1i.
circular issued by the Extension Ser
vice ieveral years ago on the ba<
practice of fodder pulling contain"
somle vely Convincing facts and als
1proof that should be considere<
Ii a L em 0~i agaIm just at this time. Experiment;
on the farm of Mr. David R. Coker
at Hartsville, were the source of th<
something that fact and conclusions, some of which
are her e given.
3on y in'I 'a reu to experience for foui
yeary av rg F :mI i the Coker farm show conclu.
Ssivel tk~hat if fodduer is pulled wheo
te whoeoeron-ycni"" leaves begin to turn
se who ersns- "" thr a loss of at least 24 percenl
se who arnest i yin d of corn. If pulled wher'
t hr'e- fourt hs of the leaves are dry
l.Teecsn " "I"Oi"' ") per en"'(leereas(
m .fvlC S i Id The 191:3 experimiente
sho I a decrearedl yield of 27.3 poi
cent when the fodbler was puller
e ealy; and the 1912 experiments
shuei 'I decreasedl yield of 13.1
flit pfir , mhen putlledI late.
Ic te albove tep)resents L only ci
prs(1t >t thetotal(oss since much ot
h A id a costhr thc e effetso the e
ishieru the c.var's t coi. se
onsann dveo ted; oseuet
thtn tuch se d re seiidA pnte
Sa to 'for an thn:wici h icn
rgxprim-nt to determn icud
n n yil ;an s op o e
Io duyn S At D rlN O l Y
MILL. s IfL16.7EperOeen
Where is Old Blue
Do you know, there are thousands of
homes where "3luo Monday" is now
Bright Monday? And they are homes
where the women do their own wash
ing; other people's washing, too, for
How can wash day be . bright day?
Mighty easy-by using the easy Clean
Easy method of washing. In ten min
utes, without scrubbing or rubbing and
for only a few cents, an average
week's washing Is done! The only
way in the world it can be done is
by using Clean Easy Naptholeine
Wash Soap according to directions
prInted on the wrapper
Hero they are in short: Soak the
clothes overnight; cut up %/ bar of
Clean I4asy and dissolve it in 4% gal
lons of water. Boll and stir the
clothes in this for 10 minutes. Rinse,
blue and dry.
You'11 have the cleanest batch of
clothes you ever saw. Every garment
sterilized, too, and free from germs.
It's a wonderful way to wash clothes
--and the very best way, t. j.
Ask your grocer fot a bar of Clean
Easy-ono bar lasts two weeks. No
tice how difforont it looks from other
Add to this 16.7 per cent loss the
first effect of fodder pulling (24 per
cent edcrease in the preceding year's
crop), and you have a total loss of
40.7 per cent. Is it surprising that
the yield of corn in the South is so
What is the answer? Stop pulling
fodder. Plant more hay and stop
pulling fodder; but to those who still
feel that they must pull fodder, let
this be said: Leave at least two or
three acres of your crop unpulled
from which to select your seed corn
for the following year, so that you
may keep up the quality of your
seed and not suffer the second of the
two losses set forth above.
FALL PLANTING TABLE
Clemson College, August 11.-The
fall planting table of the Extension
eSrvice horticulturist contains the
following suggestions about garden
truck which it is not yet too late
to plant or transplant.
Beets; Crimson Globe, plant July
15 to August 15.
Cabbage; Succesison, set plants
.July 15 to September 1.
Kale; Curled Siberian, plant Au
gust 1st to October ist.
Onions: Yellow Globe Danver,
plant September 20 to October 15.
Irish Potatoes; Lookout Mountain,
plant July 1 to August 15.
Turnip; Purple Top, plant July 15
to August 15.
The final crop of snap beans will
probably make if planted at once un
less a very early frost gets them.
Well developed tomato plants will
probably make a fair yield also un
less frost comes early.
NO BAIL FOlt "TIHE ('RANK"
Philadelphia, Aug. 13.--Augusto
Pasquale, knowvn as "The Crank" was
held without bail to answer (charges
of kidnapping, burglary andl ektortioin
in connection with the kid napping of
Blakely Coughlin, at a preliminary
heairing today in the MontgomeryI
County prison at Norristown. No tes
Ii mony was taken, accordlin g to Juis
tic'e of the l'eace Lenha rdt. who con
duted th lp iro(ceed ings.
The prisoner was held for a furtherI
hearing in order that there may he .
no d illicult~y .in removing himi from
And all other 1it
the prison at any time he is required
by the State police and other officials
who are stil lendeavoring to unravel
the mystery surrounding the disap
pearAnce of the thirteen-months-old
child from the home of his father
at Norristown on June 2.
He will do somethir
He is the Mat
He Believes in the I
Do You War
Begin the year right b3
or recpairing the one you h.
asmall bill of lumber used
save you many dollars.
either. Write us for price
South Harvin St,.
aterial Needed in
Sumter, S. C.
A BEAUTIFUL COMPL'EXIO
Is often marred by inflan r
iseases of the skin, such
ema, tetter and the like. Blotch
a and pimples make ugly scars. Try
emerine-sold for 50 cents and $1
y Dickson Drug Store.
ig for the District.
I You Want.
Zule of the People
t a Haome?
beginning your home
wve. A few shingles or
at the pr'oper time may
WVe can help you with
s, grades, etc.
Sumter, S. C.
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