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PhIl[8 OFFERED IN
RLORENCE CORN SHOW
Florence, S. C., Nov. 15.-Twenty
five dollars will be paid for the one
bost ear of corn exhibited in the Pee
e cgrn. show, which will be held
raday, December 9, in Florence.
me,.sum of $15 will be paid for the
Aecond bes' ear i nthe show. Besides
these two handsome offei'ings, other
prizes, ranging from $5 to $10 pr
ear are offered in the various classes,
With first and second ribbons for corn
bultivation, harvesting and manu
tacturing machinery and for displays
f corn products and bi-products.
The complete prize list, LUlliIM
$150 ini cash and ribbon sin addition,
as announced today; as follows.
Exhibit of single ear-best car in
'$how $25 cash; second best $15.
Exhibit of 10 ears--best in show
$50 cash; secondl best 10, $25.
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rgvvhat we h
you only st
will give 3
~us when irn
the management we take plea
11 be reorganized. The prese
eater NEW IDEA CO.
ccomplish this successfully th
ovember first, ui
Our charge bot
dl accounts MU
D no deviation from this rule
Any goods purchased that pr
ime of liquidation our entire v
>st to us before prices declined
ition to insure bargains in ou1
means to thank you again an
your generous co-operation iin
N E VN
Prolific Contest-five stalks Proli
fie corn $10; second best $5.
Single ear variety--live best stalks
$10, second best $5.
Shelled corn-best half bushel $5,
second best $3.
"irst. and second ribbons vill be
awarded the first and second best ex
hibits of corn cultivation, harvesting,
and manufactur.1 111ing ma1.chinery, wvith
demonstrations of their operations. A
special effort will be made to make
this feaf ure on1e of the Imiost valuable
aid eduaL ioll~li of the show.
First. and second ribbons will be
ofiered also Ior the best and second
best exhibits ofI products, and bi-pro
duets, of corn, inl their various class
es. Thbis will be a great eticationial
number of the show.
lirst and second ribbons likewise
will be ollered for the variety - ex
hibits, inl each variety.
Meilbers of the prize con onittee are
R. 1E. C'urrin, superintendIent of the
P ee ID)e Ex perienit Stat ion, ,I. WVard
re'r what we. a
iow you in g
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ave for sale, a
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sure to ANNOUNCE to our r
nt book value will be doubly in
e present interests must be li
itil further notic(
)ks will be closed
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Goods purchased must be p.
aves not satisfactory can be r<
riamnoth stock is at your (lisp
on all merchandise in our sto
- store. Our stock must be r(
d again for all your past favc
the future as in the past, we
1 D E
ecLendon, agent for Florence coun
ty; A. II. Ward, agent of Darlington
Countv; T. ii. Young, Tnimmonsvillc.
C. 1'. lartley, of Washington, head
of the bureau of investigation aid
encouragement of corn production,
has been invited to attend the show
and is expected. Ile will deliver one
of the highly educational lectures of
the show and be one of the judges
also if he attends, as he probably
will. A personal invitation will be
extended him shortly by one of the
promoters of the show who is going
Mr. Iartley is reputed one of the
foremost authorities of the United
States on corn, in its every phase
whether cultivation, seed selection,
curing, handling, marketing, manu
facturing, or anything else.
Actual working deionstra tions of
all the best known and most approved
cultural methods for corni will be an -
other of the biggest features of the
corn show. As oneW of the biggest
corn prodlucers of this set ion, who
has givenl probably as much time and
thought to resea rch anud im provemenit
of varieties andl increcased prloduct ion,
says: "We've got to produce corn
more cheaply to makew it ai payi ig
crop in this section. We can make
rnne oui~, 11t (If it now-but we are not
making the most out (If the cr(op."'
A big fish stew will be servedl on
t he grounds to all visitoirs. All that
onie can eat will b~e served for about
an ets, the (only charge being t~o
co ver t he actual cost. of prepa ring anld
The show is nolt binI g pr1omoi(ted to
miake money but is p)urely for the
eduationlal, inodustrialI, andl com mer
eialI demaonst ralt ion oft the possiblil ities
oIf cornl inl thIis sectioni. No charge
will he made either for entering an
e xlibit or for admniission to the show.
It is (open to( every cornt pilanltre in
thle Il'ce I lee sectionl.
IXTIENSION SI~itVlCIC TO' All)
(COTTlON C'3Oltl'l' ION
inig thatl everybodty is conicerned* in a
broader and better (rottoin malrket,,
that ellicienut marketing is a pertinlenut
philase oIf IExtenision Work, andl that its
oirgaizedA1 forces can bIest hanldtle ce r
a in phases of such a (a mpa ign, the
E~xt ension Service 1has put. its organ i
zationi at the service of the Amnerican
Cott on A ssociat ion and the Amnerican
I'1roducts Es xport and(1 import Corpora
i-im tol conduclt an intensive campaign
for the Colrplorationi November 15r to
20 inclusive. D i rector W. WV. L ong of
the Extension Service is a nmembler of
the caminpa ign committee.
The campat~nign is to be first, (If all
(lducationial. stress will be laid up
on the neees::ity oIf such an organiza
ionl toI market cottonn, uipon the ai ms
ato l purposes (If this particular cor
Ilorat ion, upon the ceoplerative featu
res (If it, upon the need for farmers
and~ oIther business men tol put in cot
ton and money as stnoith which tm. ,
nany friends, patrons and gene
creased with cash capital. W
iuidated, such as outstanding
, our business wi
and all outstan
ore January 1st, 1
rid for in cash before goods is t
,turned and money will be refui
osal at prevail,-'r reduced pric4
re. We ca' '..re you that, a
duced to a minimum and our 14
irs, looking forward to a happ:
are as ever with you.
work out its success, etc. To this si
end the county agents and other mem- n,
bers of the Extension Service force ci
will direct their energies, leaving to ti
other agencies the work of soliciting a
Most South Carolina farmers already P
know and appreciate the fact that b
the Extension Service force-the only 11
paid force which the farmers have- b
stands for and works for whatever is .
of vital interest to the farmers, and
the farmers should therefore be more
than ever assured that the Exports
..nd Imports Corporation merits their
support, or the Extension Ser :ee
wouhl ..t mobilize its forces iv Jie
I ~ ~ HIDRE
sTOMACil and BOWEts a
ANT RCMENT s
KUYK(ND AI (lIK~IAl (01s
K ROCK lii.S.C]
IBM I"s gum s&A 9s mom ssI o " wsam "mI;
ral public that after Janual
a intend to make The New I
iccounts as well as the ol
11 be conducted
aken out of the store. N<
!s or at prices that may fui
s usual, we will keep up i
)w prices will make it move
( and successful future for i
ate-wide campaign to be conductel
)xt week. Posters advertising the
unpaign and circulars of informa.
on about cotton marketing have
lready been printed by the Exten
on Service to aid in the work, and
rominent speakers are being securec
y Director Long for the county seal
icetings to be held Monday, Noveni.
er 15, in opening the drive.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
B. Fulton and E. M. Fulton, Plain
leine Fulton, Alma Bagnal, Alict
Pendergrass, Louise Robinson
Amanda Belle McCaskill, an infani
under the age of fourteen years
C. M. Fulton, in his own right and
as Administrator of the Estate o
Benjamin P. Fulton, deceased, Ali
Dickson, Launah Fulton and Tar,
quita Fulton, an infant over th<
age of fourteen years, Defendants
To the defendants above namedl and
Kenneth McCaskill, the Father oi
nd with wvhom the infant defendani
mlandla Belle McCaskill resides, and
> . B3. Fulton, with whom the in.
int defendant TIarquita Fulton re.
You are hereby summlonedl and re.
uired to answer the complaint ii
is action of wvhich a copy is here.
'ith servedl upon you, and to servo a
1j)y of your answ'er to saidl Complaini
ai the subscriber, (J. A. Weinberg)
his oflice in the town of Manning
.C., within twenty (lays after th<
3rvice hereof, exclusive of the day oi
ach service; and if you fail to answe:
le Complaint within the time afore.
id the plaintiffs herein ,will apply
s Business Soi
~. Ger al
y first 1921 The
[dea Co., of old a
ligations of the
on a Strictly
must be col
goods given on
rther decline, re
o undersell and
ill of us and feel
to the Court for the relief demanded
in the Complaint.
J. A. Weinberg,
Dated March 1920.
To the defendants Louise Robinson
I and Amanda Belle McCaskill:
TAKE NOTICE that the Summons
and Complaint in above stated action
were filed in the office of the Clerk of
Court of Common Pleas for Claren
don County, South Carolina, on March
22, 1920 and are now on file in said
J. A. Weinberg,
43-3t-c Plaintiff's Attorney.
TWO BURN TO DEATH
Bay Minette, Ala., Nov. 14.-Mrs.
C. J. Campbell, 68, and Miss Annie
Byrne, 75, sisters, were burned to
death early today when trapped in
the Campbell sanitarium, which was
Two other buildings, the White
market and Lake grocery wvere de..
stroyedl. The fire originated in the
sanitarium andl was beyondl control
before the alarm was sent in. The
loss is estimated at $25,000.
HUNT SEALS FROM AIR
St. Johns, N. F'., Nov. 14.--Two i..
rigible balloons, presented to New
foundland by the British government,
aire to be usedl this winter to locate
seal herds. They wvill wvork in con
.junction with sealing steamers.
A ir reconnaissance in seal hunt
ing, government oflicials say, will
give impetus to the trade of the coun..
. , Manning, S. C.