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'IENERAL SUGGESTIONS AND
'61ogon College, February 21.-The
ni n Service representing Clem
I lege and the United States Ue
artment of Agriculture is advocating
6 year principles in farming that
a lways p roved sound even under
Sabnoril conditions of the last
ears.. The principles in brief are
Soilbuilding through the use of
cor crops, legumes, livestock, and
eto rotations. Economic production
in ased on large production per aorp
this eans fertile soils. Econoic
synonym osuwith profnt
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Properly priced good
Dark tan high heel Pumps $6.05
Dark tan high heed Pumps $6.75
Gun metal low heel Pumps $5.40
Patent low heel Pumps ---$5.85
Patent high heel Pumps --$5.50
Black vici low heel Oxfords $5.70
Black vici high heel Ox
Gun me'al Colonial Pumps $7.26
Patent Colonial Pumps --.$5..
White kid high heel Ox
* fords ----------------$6.75
White canvas low heel Ox
White canvas Louis heel
Best Well bed room Shoes $1.85
Vici "Comfort" Shoes ---$6.60
Darp tan street Shoes .---$7.75
Renew that meritori<
coming to "Rigby's."
Quality Tells J. H.
:should be add<
when the opp<
appear s you w
life by saving ti
and then their
This Bank ir
save your savnl
2 Living. at home by filling our
barns, c'orn cribs smoke houses, gran.
aries and pdntries with home raised
products sufficient not only for the
families of landlords but also for all
tenants and livestock. Many of om
white landlords now practically live at
home while buying Western foodstuffs
for tenants. This system should be
corrected and the entire farm made
self-supporting. The attention of far.
mers is called to the fact that the in
creased freight rates will add greatly
to the cost of imported foodstuffs this
3 After the above has been plan.
ned arrangements should be made foi
the economic production of the sur
-plus or money crops.
In conducting our farming busines,
s are properly advertised
TALK TO YOU
36-inch Lonsdale Cambric -..25c
36-inch Indian Head .--..26c
36-inch Nurse Cloth ..- ._..30c
Middy Blouses -----------$1.65
White P. K. Skirt . .....$2.50
Boys' Wash Suits - ---.. $2.20
Boys' Wash Suits --------$1.40
Girls Dresses .$1.37
Curtain Scrim- ---......-27c
R. M. C. Crochet Thread .- .10c
Box Hair Pins --........--5c
Warners Corsets .---..$1.65
36-inch Messalines ---..---$2.25
36-inch Silk Poplin ---------90c
36-inh Chester Sheeting ...25c
mus "economy streak" by
RIGBY Price Sells
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Result of Syst
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(oung Man in this cc
t Savings Account.
ri who is employed s
n account. Every pay
ad to these accounts.
cartunity for a really
ill have the funds ne
men of today secure4
heir pennies, and th~
hundreds and thousa
ivites you to open a
igs. Will you save v
ANK & TI
this year It Is parti-ularly necessary to
live and produce crops economically.
IAs one county agent has expressed it,
"This is a year to patch up, fix up and
Closely associated with economic
production both for the market and
for home use, and are two important
lines of progress which the Extension
Service is promoting. These are.
First, the skillful selection and use
of purebred seed by tommunities and
Second, the improvement of out
livestock by the use of purebred sires,
and an increase in number so as to in
sure the necessary improved livestock
on each farm to supply the needs for
milk, butter, eggs and meat, and tc
utilize the food crops resulting from
a diversified farming program.
Farmers who are growing any money
crop for the first time are urged tc
plant only experimental acreages. In
planting crops for home use fudl ac
reage should be planted so as to insure
adequate production even under poor
The situation now existing in the
cotton industry is unlike anything
we have ever seen before. During
the war Central Eruope was not i
customer for our cotton but produc:
tion was curtailed so that notwithstanid
ing that fact, prices were maintained
in keeping with costs. Cotton grow
ers generally believed that following
a cessation of hostilities Europe would
demand a normal supply of cotton,
The following figures are quoted frow
the Market Reporter published by thc
United States Bureau of Markets un
der date of January 29, 1921.
World's supply of cotton at
close of 1919-20 season
(July 31, 1920) -------- 5,846,0(
World's production season
1920-21, --- ------------ 19,788,0(
,Estimated world's consump
tion for season 1920-21
provided consumption con
tinues at the rate so far
Total world's supply for sea
son 1920-21-. ..-- 25,62-1.004
Estimated world's supply
based on above provision
July 31, 1921 --- ...... 12,457,751
'This would be the largest "carr:
over" ever knwn, being 4,105,75(
bales more than the previous record
which was 8,352,000 bales in the sea
During the period January 1, to Jul,
- GOOD 10
* THE .A ST
SEA120! TINS ONLY
8 AT YOUR GI2OCFRS
hould also have
day the savings
Then, some day
cessary to carry
their start in
~n their dollars,
n account, and
T. M. WELLS,
TREAT COLDS |
AND THE FLU
First Step in Treatment Is a Brisk
Purgative With Calotabs, the
Purified and Refined Calomel
Tablets that are Nausea- I
less, Safe and Sure. I
Doctors have found by experienco I
that no medicine for colds and influ- I
enza can be depended upon for fullef
fectiveness until the liver is nade thor- i
oughly active. That is why the first
stop in the treat ment is theonow, nausea
less caloinel tablets called Calotabs,
which are free from the sickening and
weakening effects of the old style calo
mel. Doctors also point out the fact
that an active liver nmy go a long way
towards preventing influeia and is ono
of the most Important factors in en
abling the patient to successfully with
stand an attack and ward off pneu
One Calotab on the tongue at bed
time with a swallow of water-that's
all. No salts, no nausea nor the slight
est interferenco with your enting, pleas.
iro or work. Next. iorning your cold
has vanished, your liver is active, your
system is purified, and you are feeling
fine, with a hearty appetite for break
fast. Druigists sell Calotabs only In
original senled packages, price thirty
flvo cents. Your money will be cheer
fully refunded if you do not find them
31, 1920, the world's consumption of
cotton was 10,366,165 bales. If con
sumption is as great for the corres
ponding period this year, there will
still be left a "carry over" of 9,866,208
bales on July 31. 1921.
We believe that the general econ
omic condition of the country makes a
marked reduction in the acreage of
cotton necessary. Under a safe sys
tem of farming very few farmers
should plant more than one-third of
their total cultivated lands in cotton.
This holds good for normal conditions,
- not merely for emergencies. Every
|farmer should study the question of
I iaereage and should work out some'sys
.;tem of crop rotation suited to his
soils and needs. County agents can
be of assistance in recommending sys
teis of rotation for particular farms.
The foilowiing is a three-year system
which may be changed in minor ways
to suit particular farms:
First year--Cotton followed by a
crop such as crimson clover or
Second year-Corn with cowpeas or
Third year-Small grains followed
with cowpeas, soy beans, peanuts, etc.
it is the 0'pin ion of the Extelision
Service that sweet potatoes as a cro)
for home coisumption, and in a con
servative way as a cash crop ,should
be incluled in the prograin for 1921.
I The South Carolina Sweet Potato
Growers' Association now has an ef
t1ficient system of marketing sweet po-1
tatoes in effect in this State, and the
aimad for 1921 nov appears to be
iLand left idle on account of de
I crease(l cotton acreage slouldl be
planted largely to corni. It is one of
the safest crops which can be grown
in South Carolina. The nev freight
rate fromli the corn belt to South
Carolina makes the price of im
ported corn in this state higher than
ml anp other poducing section.
in ay oher Peanuts
While the very lowv price of peanuts
1for' the past, year has been very d is
Icouragmng to the growers, it should be
remiembleredl that this price is dlue to
thehevyimplotationl of vege'table
olfrmChina and Japan, and that
Ieven this decrease in price is not. in as
great proportioni as the decline in then
pice of cotton. We believe that pea
nuts still dleserve conservative conls id..
eration in the 1921 program.
Where fa rmer's have' not been aible
toI put in a cr'op of' oats, we b~el ieve
that ti still time to plant ont giood
land with; a r(easonable (epanee of ma~k
Tobacco grower's in this state hav
inl the pa1st growvn this crop witha
view of securcintg t he largest possible
qaity. Int view of th upu of
Ithe fields of tbhis country hut fromI
*i other countries, it is essentil thait we
" pan t oly such lands in tobacco a r
known to prod uce( , tobacco ot' goo
quani ty andtc to uise only such tfort ili
zers as are knownVt to tetnd towar tilIhe
prodluctIion of high grtadle tobacco.
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Low Price on Draw Saws Continued.
We will extend our offer of $150.00 f. o. b. Columbia, on Type "W"
Machine, shown in cut, to
March first. This Drag Saw
is equipped with Bosch Mag
neto and Lever Control.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY COMPANY
823 West Gervais St. COLUMBIA, S. C.
Gasoline 30c. Gasoline 30c.
We have put on a Transfer Line and can now
supply you with Cars by the day or trip.
We will meet all trains. Best Cars and
FARE TO DEPOT 25c.
Gasoline, per Gallon, 30c.
Weatherford & Rawlinson
At Weatherford Motor Co.
Day Phone, 69. Night Phones, 95 and 207.
ana iooK over wnat we;g
have to show you in g
our line next time you
come to town. It may
be you are not in the e
market just now fore
what we have for sale,
but would give us the
privilege and pleasure g
of showing you thru a
anyway. We will show g
you only such goods as g
will give you service.
Prices and terms al- *
ways in line. Stop with
us when in town.
BE M& BiaahaM & SDl.
OUR BANK and
INSEPARABLE Your Future
A good future without saving is something that
doesn't often happen, you know.
Our institution is a progressive money saving
and investing bank.
We solicit the patronage of these whose person
al attributes are likewise-and those who (arnest
ly desire to become such.
You never regret money saved. There is no
use to regret when it is gone.
The Bank of Manning
JOSEPH SPROTT, 'President
T. M. MOUZON, Cashier
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