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RULES FOR POISONING
THE BOLL W[EVIL
Malny valuabic lessolis have been
gaineI fro mi1the iecent eximulsiol of
commercial weevil poisoning. It has c
again beein shown that the boll weevil b
can be poisoned with prolit if condi- II
tions are favorable and if proper
methods are used, but it has been lim
phasized anew that unfavorable ton- li
ditions and improper net h1ods call
lead only to failure A Survey of tle o(
poisoning by farniers inl 1920 shows
that an III ortuiately larige propor- V
tion 'were not pripelyIN' inforilled as c
to the conditions under which they d
should poisoll amld the methods they
should pursue. As a result (here were e
oany im ilecessary flilures. If bet
ter results are to Ia secured in the
future, therefore, the operation must n
be more thoroughly uilerstood. The c
present circular i.S prepared to give, t
in 1:; brief ad concise a form as pos- 1
sible. the information ieeded by a C
farmer ir decidling, first, whellter it
will pay him to poisol and, second, 2
the ietliods le shouhI follow.
Weevil poisoninig is fully as impor
tailt an11 op iratiol as cultivat.ionl and
deserves as much leriolus thought and I
at tention. Unless you are willing to
uilertak it in this numler, yotI
should ot atltempt to poisol. Stuldy
these instructions car-efully N d 11 fol- t
low tle mas closely as \olr condi
ti is will permit.
Where Will H P'ay You t) P'oison"
I t will pay to i o --
If the weevilis are really injuringl.
your11 erop seriousli , and
11f your land is alvin l eriet
yiel at least one-hal1f hale per aIcre
w it h weevil injury elim11inated, :and
suchil that you fool a:ssuru tll t thll
poison ,aIppl itItiton I: v. wil he m: 1l1 at
t (he rig ti me 1m1 in t ri t a t
If y l i ':I vI. vlIf 1
Iuat sup l 1. f 1us in mhier
uiie i els i' -cl ((!. !ic c' w i-t-l . :3
Ining Iiuih-r v . is url Ifa Ia l
nditions emto he from Ianr to I.
tound of( ccleedn licotto pe a erev , but a I
tin iti vareI \'(ia tita ( IinciT l.'- (i
Previ ssjuyionaslo ards~me
nlu llnlr I thal(h( i't wer - iu e
( :\I'.\ant N, . (h.llrt osa
te h-r iAt tin onth ut in n
hin. wil totrd l mor plier a 'c r yan
P (rofesidona Cs 01sardsw
MIANNING, S. i:.
Attorne'ys at Law
M ANNING, S. C.
Ions aNi'i(I d ounsea I I.fatw.
MANNING. S. C.
MANNING, S. C.
Loa. ens. Lon Tylrms. Su
MA NMNG(, S. C.
serve you right this seaso
'shopper" in the largest st<
licli we will share with yo
LI M A 1
left lly dad, his farm, his plow,
ecause yli calf became his cow.
left ey dad, 'twas wrolig, of course
cause iy colt became his horse.
left lily dad to so wand reap
ecause my lamb became his sheep.
dropped the hoe and stuck the fort,
ecause my pig became his pork.
he garden true kthat I made grow
ras his to sell, but mine to hoe.
t's not the siloke ill the atmlosphere
or the taste for life that brought U:
lease tell the platform; pulpit, press
o fear of toil nor love of dross
driving ofi' the farmer lads:
's just the methods o' their dads.'
A RG I FIRE L)SS
75,000 Worth of' Cotton And Stor
and Goods Destroyed
Greeleyville, Alarc Farm
r's Warehouse here, containing S75,
11) worth of cotton, and the two-stor'
rick building owned by l E. II
hodus, and occupield by T. M1. anl
K. Godwill, general merchandis
Ierchalts, was destroyed by fire o
n kinown origin, which was discovere
bout 9 o'clock tonight in the cottol
The Cotton w\,is a total loss and wa
ivered by instn-alnce. The stock o
.1. nild .1. K. Godwiin was partl
aved and was partly covered by inl
u1ran lice. The fire was inder contr<
TATE 01 SOUTil CAROI.INA,
COURT OF COMMON l'LEAS
.Frank Geig'er, ill his own right a
ill behalf of all other(1 stockhhllers q
tht- Blamk (d, Charendon who nli
com111 inl this action and contribil
tI the expn sesIM of -;ameI, PI' 11intin
'1nk 10f ClarenldonI and V. 1'. Ervil
C'. It. G iger, J. T 1. Stulkes kild .1. -1
Weinberg-, as D~irectors of the( Ba:l
,on.) the Ialies and addresses (
Stockholers thereof, and John D)1
4 ir'iditorls of5: ait Ban11k of ('lare,
such De'positors am1( Credhitor's b
Ti il 4 Ii I ANS A~t(l, i hc IlOV
You arie herb summoned I and rt 'c
it o n ti s Ii action ofl'l wi chti' a coi
hertewaith IlS~ s hre u'nponiyou, awli
'm lit ont41'srbes (
lnt 4 'i il erbe)l~l atI th irw l ofe i 11
,llwnll of(l' ling , A NI 'In t' w In
'(bile of 9thr of2 such seriie; ad
f (he11 im') aforlaesad, (the1 plaint
rin ill aplyt Stol the ourtIfort
PlaI ~iti if's At tornIleV.
fioil u s m"unes:4 repesetin a-4l'
f ('h-ren-h O) m l(l' e o itr
rd ill Ill' of 115 bi l'ankl' of tharemb:
(If (ano-sandt :ahlresses of such lll
st.l G'iler .T tke and J.
We are in a position t4
York City, who acting as
the least possible price, w
Bisque and Putty.
pe, Taffeta, Minuet, Ceorgette
,y, Bisque, Tomato, Rust, Poi
combination colors, hand ei
shes, latest Blouses of ur
Ce( cotton. I
11anil gulns should be figuredl as de- 1
reciatinog 100 per cent in a seasoll I
id the ilarger machines about 25 per 13
hat I)uistinig Mlachines Should Youi B
i\lake your acreage allotment ae- B
>rding to the followinlg schedule, and 'I
ty a surplus rather than shortage of V
achlines, as this will save you nmoney. 'I
I)o not allot over 8 acres to onie
Do not, attempt over 25 acres in one
gan ization with hand guns. I
Do not supply individual tenants I
ith hand guns and expect each to
iav for his erop success fully INde iftpen- I.
Lt( of the others.
Use hand gouns only when no other
archine is suitable. S
One-Mluile .l achinte
This term is used to describe the
ew typo f o ne-wheel, one-mule nma
hine which is just hei ng placed on e
I nmarket. It sells at a Iiiedium 01
Ie and is suitable for small farm'- h)
This Iuachinie will cover flom i1 to I
1) acres in a night. of operation. It 1
houli not ie allotted motre than d011
cres for the season.
'This maclihin has only two niozzi 1s
u2 will usually cover three rw at
'hias t1 iis useI to dCeSribe %i- -
wo- siee, 2 w'l-itule mn-h'itwile wi' II
rtrmllle a row of cotton. It, is h Ii.
y'.< m 1,41 suitabh- for. hirg - u- -
Ihis iiteiliti- will cover frilti 2.- ti
0 :lel ls i t Iight of o>perati1on1.
()i of those miachtinis should be al- S
cst rel cot to III for I he season
T his Im ll ie has thr i zi zs b uli t
-ill Isuailly COver fOur rowss at a1 rip. 1 1
f1lw to l'oisoin
I'se oly pln c ale l : (Is llt ln
hit forin lt of a dll.yi po\der.
.PIply this only In thll- dut I.
l'urchfase this to lonfin,1,1 to thet 1,o|
Noit h-s than I o per c nt ttal ar,
.Nt iite mith: li.7Ih per (e.t1 w:ht i-l
.1 ) Ib l aIiSen ic s pit l ttits I .
Ih-itlsily o. Ies t a 0 <r n u
han ll i i ~itiii inches Ie in lural.
amph ofi yole i' cali1 rsimte to
be I -ta t bo a or ,Tallat~.
Iir fre aunalysvisc to nie ,:att ithai t it
S tis -tory.
Its i y d'.t tin li ii 11h ine r i it
i:ii 1 v ilt-it ith :livntv-z t|t
ci iatte er a- fior Ito- appliltion. it
I''l lt iiso ie wtlf -n t t'i'i - weevso ilc
li t ti if tinttf ar i 111 s.ait i
'eA you i 'itr Itiyn ihrebhei pus.d
011till -th eils rhe under batiktr
ii. Having the true services of
or es, enables her to select the I
a. Newest colors in Coat Sui
and Richard Roe (fictitious names
representing . all Depositors and
Creditors of said Bank of Claren
don,) and all Depositors and Credit
ors of said Bank of Clarendon, the
names and addresses of such De
positors and Creditors being un
known to plaintiff, Defendants.
TO ALL DEPOSITOWS AND CREDI
TORS OP SAID BANK OF CLAR
TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to a
Decree made by his 1Honor, Judge
John S. Wilson ill above stated action
(lated February 19th, 1921 oin file in
my olice, you are hereby notilied to
file with the undersigned Clerk of
Court any 111d all claislls you may
have as a Depositor or1 Creditor ofI
Bank of Clarendon against the Said
Bank of C larendon. The form of fil
ing Illay be ill tile forl of a draft or.
demand in writing on the Bank of
- Clarendon signed by ally Depositor or
Money back without question
if HUNT'S Salve falls in the
treatment of ITCH. ECZEMA,
INGWORM, TETTER or
other itching skin diseases.
Try a 75 cent box at our risk.
DICKSON'S D1RUG STORE
1- Its fit
' a resident buyer in New
atest and best styles for
ts, in Navy, Rust, Tins,
ire in our glory-as it is grel
at we feel confident of the v
T and CHEAPEST. To su
ties of all description, consis
Your patronage is solicited.
Big Store on the
Creditor for the amount due. And if
the amount due to any Depositor or
Creditor be unknown to such Deposi
tor or Creditor, the undersigned has
access to the books of said Bank,
through which the amount due may be
ascertained; and Will upon offer of fil
ing of 'ny claim refer to the books
and ot er records of said Bank of
Clarendon for adjustment of the same.
FURTHlER TAKE NOTICE that
unless such claim be filed with me on
or before April 2, 1921, the said Bank
of Clarendon and its Directors and
other officers will be discharged of all
liability for payment of such claim;
and each and every Depositor and
Creditor will thereafter be barred and
estopped from asserting the same
against the said Bi nk of Clarendon or
any of its Directors or other Creditors,
the said Decree of Judge Wilson be
ing to such efrect.
FU 1 RTl I ER TAKE NOTICE that
the said Bank of Clarendon in accor
dance with a resolution of its stock
holders is now in process of liquida
tion; and will be liquidated and dis
solved and its charter surrendered onl
or after April 5th 1921, unless any
Creditor or Depositor in the mean
tme shows to the Court cause to the
.1. 1. Ciantey,
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas for
Clarendon County, S. C.
2'3, 1921. 8-6t-(.
onomy is practically expresse<
asoline consumption, its high ti
ind the infrequency of repairs,
further expressed in the dural
tish, which seldom requires mc
rough cleaning to bring back:
will pay you to vieft us and examine thu
J. H. McCOLLUN
Sumter, S. C.
Lt pleasure to
t all age and
.s of the very
anning, S. C.