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What J. Morgan Sprott, of Manning,
Says About Hism
FORDSON Tractor by
CRa Co. anin Sept. 28, 1920.t
Ma4nning, S. C. . a.
G ntlemen: t o
a litt V F 1ordson 1 T r ' b(
a tactor Pas Purchased lastt
u ate to do M ch of myPO igwue tt
Were larger anor 30 acres bt -lO e anuary,
1have don, re More frui notice that t tro ei
tand considerablefwt on the land it te cos
W orth it er W ith it i gas Used ti
t hwor i or that the tractsae be
in idal cn thain the c *op
tisfor hi wor( -alone as itputs a beds t
tio peratela gr has been used nearly jt e
to agri and it handles ry Saturday
stam ilhb to' perfec
repair e eased With the t
seasons $exornse and it is in 01dsen dHav hatn
econ for this
s very truly
CLARENDON MUrArOR CO.
Maining, S. C.
F. R. DINGILE MOTOR CO.
Summerton, S. C.
W. C. PLOWDEN
New Zion, S. C.
FR M VON lam pGF " got
Home Bank .& Trust Co.
The Bank That Serves
Agricultural Departa tent
On account of my health the Bank has given me qn etended
leave, and I will be away from the Bank for sometime, th "'eing
the case we will be compelled to discontinue this columnt until, n
erturn, which I hope to be not later than September 1st, at which
time we expect to again offer this column to the Farmers ancf
others as a medium of exchange.
Until Mr. Musser's return the Bank will be glad to take all
calls for Hog Cholera work and turn them over to Dr. Wood who
is doing this vork and is occupying my office. 1
It has been a pleasure for both the Bank and myself to, serve
you, which we hope and expect to continue to do.
Yours Respectfully, fe
C. A. McFADDIN, ti
Agricultural Agent,Home Bank and Trust Company. kn
J. L Morris, Gable, Route 1, has a fine Mikh Cow R01
for sale- Will be milking in three weeks. Price $100..
iLARIA CONTROL IN
Bamberg, Sept. 25.-A few days ago
ij. T. H.. Grifflitts, of the United
ites Public Health Service, made an
cial visit to Bamberg to inspect the W
ilaria control work being done there h
the citizens of Bamberg in co-opera t
,n with the State Board of Health
d the United States Public Health
When questioned in regard to the
ectiveness of the work, Major Grif- of
ts, who has had many years of ex- tc
rience in malaria control work, said ti
at he (lid not believe there would be al
single new -ase of malaria contract
in Bamberg this year. This is due
the vision an: foresight of several 1
the public spirited citizens of Bpni
rg who made it possible for the
wn to undertake malaria control k
Drk last year. k
Subscriptions for the work were b,
ken by a committee of citizens Ap.
)inted at a mass meeting foi; this
irpose. Mr. B. Frank Bambvg, one
the leading. citizens of the town
!aded the list with, ai libaral subscrip
on, and was followed by practically
I the promnignenit. itizons with aim
Mr. A, Ml Brahnm and Mr. C. W.
entI, Conls'tuted the Ways and
leane Vommittee and gave much of
r time aiA glau flnancial assistan ce
a m.I the work a succesS,
Much twaimp land and overoitW
and has been reclaimed by he day
tit work that was noeu8 y to I_
stroy the mosquito breeding places.
ft has been estimated that the value
of the land so reclaimed, perhaps near
ly equals the sum contributed by the
citizens of the town. In addition to
that the town enjoys the privilege of
being practically free from malaria.
This will undoubtedly me'an rapid pro
gress in the business and commercial
' nf the town, and will tend to
work -x of the first cities
make Bamnberg 9
>f this part of the Atgfa,
A recent census liis beell Completed
1h6(ig the results that have been ac
omiplished thus far. This census indi
ates that a remarkable money saving
ia sbeen made by undertaking the
work. The figures show that in 1919
,here were 1,087 cases of malaria in
he City of Bamberg. The economic
oss from this disease in Bamberg is
!stimated for 1919 at $35,871 and
9:6 per cent, of the population was in
ected with the disease. In 1920 there
vere only three cases of malaria in
3aniberg; the econom-ic loss was $99,
mad none of the population was infect
d with the disease.
Wilmington, N. C., Oct. 3.-Startling
igures, revelaing the growth of illicit
listilling in North Carolina and pint
ng out a way for the State to realize
evenue through the suppression of
moonshining" were made public here
oday by United States Internal Rev
nue Collector J. W. Bailey.
VESSELS ARE WITHDRAWN
Washington, Oct., 3.--Control of
welve shipping board vessels valued
a more than $6,500,000, obtained by
iictor S. Fox, of New York, on the
>artial paynment plan, has been with
Irawn. Chairman Benson, in making
his announcement tonight, said action
vas taken to protect the government's
nterests pending investigation by the
Department of Jlustice of charges of
regularities against Fox.
Conduct of the investigation is wvhol
[y in the hands of the dlistrict attor
ney at New York, officials of the De
partment of JTustice dleclaredl, and it
was undlerstood a receiver had beeni
ipp~ointed for the Victor S. Fox, Inc.,
the Consolidlated aritinme Lines, Inc.,
ad other steamship lines in which
P~ox is presidlent.
No report of the investigation of
lFox's transactions has been made to
the board, Chairman Henson said, nor
ins the dlepartment asked the board to
:-ooperate. lie saidl it was thought best
for the government to operate the
ships, however', until charges publish
in New York newspiapers had been
OZE TRIAIFIC" lENIEI)
M. H. Oct. 3.-President
iflatover a .ins, of D~artmouth Col
imes M. inmnt tonight in deC
re, issued a sta "aduate dliscipline
iso of the unldO. tes that more
i in dlenial of clbt ilddeoi
in I 00 studlents 10' 'ipaion or'
nas admitting their paMA.~ ''.e at
oawledge of a "traflice' iii A
'ce statement was made iN df'
t of charges last summer by At
t H[. Mends, of Chicago, father'H
[ert T. Meads, a Dartmouth sta.
MoHIney bcithou question
if HUT'S alvefails In the
*.treatment of ITCH RCZEMA,
aINoWORM, TJITTER or'
other itching skin dimeases.
Try a '7S cent-box at our risk,
ICK(SO'S n I)r1J SOanR.,
nt who was recently convicted of
inslaughter for killing his class
ite, Henry Maroney, when under the
rluence of liquor.
The statement said in part:
"In the daily papers of Saturday
ly 10, there apepared an intervie
th Mr. Albert H. Meads of Chicago
nking assertions in an attack upor
e college among which the mosi
nsational was speaking of the co~legi
Vhat I found about conditions wai
revolting as to be almost unbeliev
ole. There are on file in the offici
County Solicitor Noonan, of Graf
n County, the del)ositions of mor,
an 100 students in which they stat,
at they either engaged in or kneN
)out the traffic in booze."
DJPAD,5 HURT IN
Philadelphia, Oct. 3.-One man wa
illed and five others wounded in
arce-cornered fight here early toda
,tween policemen, alleged gamblei
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