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Fall Suit you
Splendidly made of the v<
Suit that will add distinct
the very limit in servicea[
We are proud of them---yo
will be proud of you.
And prices on these Suits
Then you will also be lool
clothing, and Furnishings.
We have them, too, in grer
Stroll in--look around---asl
mation that way. Andy(
KEEPINC ACCOUNTS Of [ARM "ie understood and all farm
studiel, a simple system of b
AIDS CREDII IN THE BANK b e developed to meet
AIDSCREDT INTHE ANKmer's needs.
Trhe foundation of any set
Farming is a Business, and Must be is an inventory showing the
Conducted in a Businesslike Man- assets and liabilities. The a
ner to b eSuccessful-Should Keep elude real estate, live stock,
Suitable Business Records. cry and tools, produce, feed
jilies, cash on hand andl in b.
Farmer Jones desired to negotiate accounts receivable at the
a loan at his local bank. inventory is taken. Each ite
"Just what is your financial condi- these heading. should be lis
tion?" the banker asked him. r
"Why," said Jones, "I own a houseatwtitcnbsodoru
and land, and a couple of horses and mlcniin;lv-tc
somec cows and live stock, and an or- fr rdc tmre r
chard and-''csf"aktn; amsj
"Have you a dletailed inventory showcot ainr'ndolst
ing the value of these things?'' thealoigfrnnldpciti
banker interrupted hiim. laiiis.hudicuem
"No--o," the farmer replied. "I nts n conspybe
haven't time to bother keeping hooks." uofteiaiiiedcct
"Good1 gracious, man!' exclaimedl the tettlast vl hwt
way te thig's wrked ut noada e lasfouation of aonytset
t desnt reuir mor thn fie misWi an inventory snt
utes' ~~~~~~vorkses ad ialaiie. Thenwe yu oefrt hig abn r a
herefot'a lan yu crult priilu e aknd lools, prue, e ant
shee of ape andsay,'' ere' htlte son tcas of hndnd~ in go
I'v go, hres wat ow, nd erc'saccotts frteeivabe tatte C
whatI'dha 'e i cah i sld ut in-etors takilen. alehit
thisinfomatin.''ce ts adi pingils should be lis
'Phis onverat ontaks pac ii linat wht ite ~lican e som ou
(I ed o twnsevryda, aetrdi t~ far m protdceyat maet pri
to pe ialits iftheOficefi I~ mtcons on threti fa rm usuon
Mangemtt. ad Iara li'ittities cot; m ie ry and tg tol t
Un td Sa (5 Iepa t mn tiifA iabiliies ou mldoi keincgde n
('utire. Ofcotro, ft ntes te ''y noites, ind accns paalt e . 5
busy men. 'the h~tert thet ni' sum I o f heei '' lailters d et
Butaccrdig t I ie ~edr~t s~ the'al oand aits'stets wil 7how th1
bank, any h tones ofe books.pine of's nti fothit \etti
wayth Yhn' okout nWaysH om
it esntrqireo th an fiv m P in-~tb ~e~Ilfg OI
Oer for aln yug thul pode yo av.Afwhnge
se111 of paperfndlsa, "Itee'sdwat th apeliem
what I' haeOn as f18 JlaP.W f Ipsohl out to
(t hinor at i" f rjPi ', I8l( t
culture. O corvi, Sarer aretevry
SFor YOU !
g' is just the choicest
could possibly desire.
3.ry ,,st material, you are sire of a
:ion and at the same time give you
u will be proud of them--your friends
are VERY reasonable.
Cing for something in Shirts, Under
it variety---new fall stock just arrived. I
c questions. You get a lot of infor- N
)u're always welcome---so are your
V IDEA CI
[S NESS, Manager
inditions bulletins can be had upon request of of states of the southern group.
tokkeep- the United States Departmaent of Ag- Oats, Rye, Wheat, Bur Clover,
the far- riculture, Washington, D. C. Crimson Clover, and the Vetches,
os OP sown with oats are all valuable as
Df books "SOW COVER CROPS cover crops. The choice will depend
farmers' ON EVERY IFAlM'" on soil and location and the Coun
sets in- ty Agent or the Extension Service
macbin- Clemson College, September 6.- of Clemson College will give further
pd sup- The Office of Extension Work gouth information.
mnk, and is urging Southern farmers to return
late the to the pre-war practice of planting REPORT VIOLENT UPRISING
'n uner cover crops each fal land to further
Led SOP- extend this great soil-building work. Constantinople, Sept 4-=(By the As
audBelow are given some valuable sug- sociated Press.)--Greek forces advane
eor nor- gestions on the matter by Mr.. J. A. ing against the Turkish Nationalists
e< and Evans, Chief of the Office of Exten- inI Asia Minter have reachedl the rail
es less sion Work South.. way junction at Afsoomarahissajr.i I
plies at Before the great war progress had is reportedl that the Nat ionilsts have
aprice been made towardl getting sonme kinid received eighty cannon fr'o mithe B3o1
-n The of cover crops sown each fall on sheviki.
r'tgages, Southern farms. County Agents A violent uprising among the Tar
Tean' other extension workers str'essedl tars in the neighborhood of Baku is'
frmtheir importance andl each year replortedl to be in progress.
e farm- thousands of dlemonlstrations~ gave0
ocular proof of their value. F'i. WCVE IPISOT TO
lowing the outbreak of the war, BUR~N IIOSPITA L
lYtehowever, there was a great de(crea.te
rwhen in the aeege.wnt suc cop Sp~artanhiurg, September ~5.-Jim
o knowv This was dfue toi labor' shortage. i rswl n ide odn
ing just high-priced seed, unsettledl condi- nurises at. the .John Nina (colored)
VIn keel) tions, and particularly toi (he stress hospital here, have 'been bound over
0 kriow of food production. to court on a charge oif ar~son ,it he
equn-esi*(' We should now endeavor to re- ing alleged that they were implicated
w ich aithe lost grouti an-l agin stressniapotobrthhsia.Tw
>illowed- 51uit able ('over crops1) as parit of the ftires occurred at the .Joh n Nina hos
re uisel farm system for thet Sou1th. Let us pital some days ago, and after an in
'illon try to. make the eal" soIo vestigation, 'te local police arrested
I~ armers' Coprtiv Dmognsoftha. Aildre(d Gordont, who was on dluty
varou ton or, Cooveratv Crop onatvry. svhen both fir'es occurred.
in ar, 'Creaity inopsery county i The Gordon girl confessed, it is al
l Q ci fa ii , ah r alt i y e er y (' 1e1g e d I , a n d i im p lic a te d J im in ei D r e s .
Win m t e r coverl cropi s have a '. wold, who had resigned and gone to
unin value ine coern rs Tiseca wvork in SavannahI, Ga. She also co(n
tlit i ' e o nuthe nd f r m sa s hin , p e y fesse d, it is sta ted, tha t H en ry I ill
he L' e n o s the pan fro d b a h i ng, P o actually set fire to the hospital on
---'lieshloso lant folstk do-im' two occasioins at the request of .Jim
t~ l)ihe w r in or andi n ('the spi 'n e D reswold , whot is alleged to have
01r he \ p(lowedl uinder' to (lie great been angry at Ninva Li ttlejoh n, the
benfitof hesoi, o let or arvsthead of the colored hosp ital. Ali 1dred
for hay, grain or seeds.Godnsysh wapid$toke
C rops to (Consider. he(r moui1th) shut.
Th~e simail gariins andl the ('lovers 'l'i( Drieswold( wo Wman0 stout tly maiiin
31re th most11,5. salt isfactory, (rops foir
G this purpose'. Th'ley ar'e a adate
, to Southearun 'onditions andl soils. I
mo1(st of thie Southerni state's oats is .
. thel most. importanit silnill grain. Not - -GO
Ell ove'Ir 75 per' ('ent (If the~ amiloun t need'(- 'TfL
('< br holme' consiny i1(1111 is no aO
growlvl. '('he aer'eag1e ill fall (1311.
-IhIIIld he greatly iin'reaised. 'They SEAL.20 TINS ONL.Y
13; an 'J I1 he produ'd ('hea ply, ma31Lte e AT YOURf Gr20CERS
IciYt and1 ('an beI fo'llowedl inl most 3~ i
I'f il' t i esb ((Ull -<w 'lVie is. -MAXWELL. HUSE
ot hir fal Icrops. live is nIn ttei th it t/.
tains. her innocence. The police hav
been unable to procure any trace o:
Henry Hill, the alleged incendiary
An arionymous letter was received 'k
Nina Littlejohn after the first fire al
the hospital, Which declared that the
while people of the city intended t<
destroy the hospital. Mildred Gordor
admits that she mailed this letter t<
the head of the hospital, but insists
she copied it from a leter written by
Jimmie Dreswold at the latter's re
quest. The police are not satisfied
with what they have unearthed and
other arrests are expected.
NORWAY PLANS PROTEST TO U.-j
Christiana, Sept. 5.-The Norwegian
oreign minister announces that his
government, cooperating with other
nations is preparing a protest against
the Jones navigation act adopted last
June by the United States Congress.
The protest will be forwarded shortly
to the United States Government.
Strict enforcement of the Jones act,
it is asserted, will greatly hamper
Norwegian navigation, especially ships
engaged in transportation of fruit
from the West Indies to New York. A
large fleet of Norwegian vessels is en
gaged in this trade and these vessels,
it is stated, are of little use for other
.Stands for a
Has Done i
"No man dares question
Carolina's Senior Serator, I
He is the greatest autho
production in the United St
vice and utterances on cott
Wall Street. So much so ti
speculators of the North ai
vocacy of the cause of the S
Jabor in general.
SOME OF THE THINGS H
He is the author or the e>
The Cotton Futures Act, p
ing the grades of cotton ai
gamblers and speculators.
The cotton farmers and ti
to him for his untiring effo~r
Federal Reserve Banking Ac
Nitrate of Soda is essent
State. Hlis untiring work a
this product to the farmers d
released abundance of nitirat
He fought for the Federal
of these banks located in our
restrict undesirable foreign i
competition from the low ch
in the cotton mills and indi
that tihe native workman w
lowered. LABOR WILL ST
W H AT SEsNA TOR SMITH I|
He is South Carolina's m
perienced man in Congress to
the great Agricultural Commr
sonl of the recent defeat of Sei
lHe is the only Simon Pi
States Senate, and the only rei
eastern States on the Agl'
which he will be the head.
If South Carolina wants an
ington, Senator Smith will b<
for him is a vote cast for the
Senator Smidh wviil be elect4
it is to the best interests of S
purposes. It Is .declaxe51 that fright
service between the United State
Norway also would suffer severlyby
strict enforcement of the act.
ROBS CALOMEL OF
' NAUSEA ANID DANGER
Doctors' Favorite Medicine Now
Purifned and Refined from All'
Objectionable Effects. "Calo
tabs"-the New Nane.
What will human ingenuity do next?
Smokeless powder, wIreless telegraphy,
horseless carriages, colorless iodine, taste- a
less quinine,-now comes nauscaless calo
mel. The new improvement called "Oslo
tabs" Is now on sale at drugstores.
For biliousness, constipation and Indi
gestion the now calomel tablet Is a prac
tically perfect remedy, as evidenced by
the fact that the manufacturers have au
thorized all druggists to refund the price
if the customer Is not "perfectly delighted"
with Calotabs. One tablet at bedtime with
a swallow of water-that's all. No taste,
no nausea, no griping, no salts. By morn
ing your liver Is thoroughly cleansed and
you are feeling fine, with a hearty an
tite Bat what you please-no danger
about your business.
Calotabs are not sold In bulk. Get an
original package sealed. Pri'e,'thirty
EY D. Smith
nd What He
the war record of South
. D. Smith, during the war
rity on cotton, and cotton
%tes Senate today. His ad
on are closely watched by
iat the cotton gamblers and
'e fighting him for his ad
outhern white farmer, and'
E HAS DONE:
assed by Congress regulat
id restraint on the cotton
-uck farmers are indebted
b in having inserted in the
b as a basis of credit cotton
al to the farmers of this
long with others, brought
uring the war at cost, and
as as soon as the armistice
Land Banks and had one
own State. He fought to
mmigration to keep down
tsses of Southern Europe
astrial establishments, so
ouldi not have his wages
AND BY HIM.
ost influential and ex
day. He becomes head of
ittee of Congress by rea
iator Gore of Oklahoma.
-e farmer in the United
>r'esentative of the South
icultural Committee of
influential man in Wash
re-elected. A vote cast
best interests of the en
id next Tuesday, because
outh Carolina to re-elect