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MAY SHIP BUTTER IN WARN
WEATHER BY PARCEL POST
Thoroughly Practical if Proper Condi
tions Are Maintained--Cleanl
nems, Suitable Temperatures4
Good Packages, and Plenty-of
Wrappings About the Butter Are
Parcel- post shipments of butter
are likely to be subjectod to condi
Headache, colds, r
annoying, but. they
A great majority o
are due to self-pois
stipation. Unless y
from decaying foo<
uous poisoning insi
cious anemia, and
Pills, castor oil, laxati:
and irritate the bowels,
Nujol works on an enti
lnstead of forcing or
softens the food waste.
muscles in the walls of ti
panding in their normal
along so that it passes
Nnjol thus prevents
Nature maintain easy,
regular intervals--the 1i
' e Nujol is absolutely barn
Nujol is sold by ill dru.11
Nujot Trade Msrk. %i
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booklet "Thirty Feet of
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Quarit eladl htef
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Haf yolk Pton,
d For mle and Whitysf
Pal gandy Sits ink pit
1 yO' e rand boy
which may caus#.dIeration and In
jure the qualltY ofltbe butt .. It is
higIly.. deimrabe. s.ay -- s i4fists o
.thekuited Sttes..De1 f' A g!,
riculture, that every 90sgl le precau
tion be taken before shloMent. Par
ticularI a is this true or, farm-made
butter, causeh, canditions atleuting
its; quality and conditiontusualli- can
tiot be coutrolled as easily,.as in cream
exies-. Farm-made.- butter, however,
shouid be -murketed -justi as satisfac
torily as creamery-made butter when
at is properly made and prepared for
ausea dlues,jnental der
re. not nly painful an&
are danger rsigoals.
E these passing illnesses
aning rqsulting from con
au keep your system free
I waste, you start contintt
de. Ultimately Bright's
m, gout, diabetes, perni,
the like, may result.
ve"waters and suite only force
and make constipation a habit.
rely new principle.
irritating the system, is elmp.
This enables the many tiny
ie intestines, contracting and ex
way, to squeeze the food waste
3aturally out of the system.
Donstipation because it help%
thorough bowel evacuation at
ealthiest habit in the world.
less and pleasant to take. Try it
lust$ ia scaled bottles only bearing
ite Nujol lAborstariea. ?tadsd
I, 50 BroadywoY.. Now York. fer
The.Madem Mehwd of
Treating an Old Complaint
)Ur Tobacco I
Of ore it Hails
MANNING, S. C. I
t IGB Y
sither you can't go wrong
nd Voile season.
of Voiles, in Pink, Laven
only --..-....50e yard.
lavender, Green, Blue~ and
tRigby" has up to date
I G B Y,
Ileanlilness is Most Important
It is:.neeessary to maintain proper
conditions. in the care of the milk and
eream and the making of butter if a
marketable product is to be produced.
Too much importance, it is said can
not be glven. to. maintaining, cleanly
conditions:'in the, stableand in other
places where the milk, cream, or but
terrare-produced or kept,. for: they ab
sorth odors and spoil very quickly. It
is important, too, that. these. products
be kept in a coot place. High tem
peratures should arways be avoided,
aaNthey..prduce. a soft, oil condition
of 'the: butter which is undesirable.
In manufacturing butter on- the
farm or. in. a. factory. the buttermilk
must be removed and washed out, and
the proper amount of salt must be in
corporated evenly. Frequently parcel
post shippients of farm butter are un
satisfactory. to customers because pro
pAr methods were not used inmaking
iti. and the quality and: condjtion of
the,- butter thereby.-. injured before it
was shipped. For the satisfaction of
customers it is important that a uni
form quality of. butter be produced.
Methods used in preparing butter
for parcelh past shipping depend large
ly uppn the local conditions and style
of package used. To insure delivery
in the best possible -state, butter, af
ter buing-packed or. printed and placed
mn cartons, should be enilled or harden
ed thoroughly before it. is shipped.
One. of the, most satisfactory ways
of preparing butter for shipment is in
regular 1-poun. dprints, the standard
prit measuring 2 1-2 by 2 1-2 inches.
Every pound print should be neatly
wrapped in regular butter parchment
or paper. A second thickness of such
paper has- been found to add material,
ly to the carrying possibility of the
butter. Waxed paper may be used
for the second wrapping. As a fur
ther protection to. the print, it should
be placed in heavy manila paraflin
cartons, which may be obtained from
folding paper-box companies, either
plain or printed as a stock carton or
with a special private brand.
Packages- That Protect Against Heat
Corrugated fiber-board shipping
containers of various sizes may be ob
tained for shipping 1-pound prints of
buttern These boxes or. containers
practically insulate the butter and
furnish much protection against heat.
Further protection may be obtained
by wrapping the container in stout
wrapping paper. The whole should be
tied securely with a strong cord. In
tying the. twine it should be drawn
tightly around -the package so as to in.
sure its proper carriage. Not in
frequently packages are broken open
or otherwise damaged because they
are insecurely tied. The corrugated
containers are also useful for carry
ing shipments of butter put up in othl
Some .persons ship butter by parcel
post in improvised or homemade con
tainers. Clean, discarded, corrugated
paper-board -cartons are obtained from
the grocer or other merchant at small
cost or frequently without any cost at
all. It is possible to cut a piece of
paper board in such shape and size
that when it is..folded it will form a
Butter shipped in an improvised
container, should be wrapped in parch
iejnt. pp.wr and several thicknesses of
newspaper and then should be secure
ly;.tied:.with string. The package
should then be inclosed in a piece of
corrugated pa per lunIJO with thepc
jeetions so folded as to form a con
tainer. The container should thein be
tied with twine, wvrapped in heavy
paper, and again securely tied with a
If. butter that is prepared for ship
ment in this manner is thoroughly
chilled before being mailed ,it should
carry safely even in warm weather if
it- is not in transit more than 24 to
We are proud of the confidence doe
tors, druggists and the public have in
666 'ChIll and Fever Tonic.
Notice is hereby given that lands in
Santee swamp, Cl arendon County, be
tween the Sumtcr-Clarendon county
'line on the north and Jack's Creek
and Stave Island on the south, for
merly owned by the Santee River Cy
press. Lumber Company is now leas
ed. to, the Brooklyn Cooperage Com-.
pany of. Georgetown, S. C. Hfunting,
fishing, and gnazing rights on the
above area. have been leased to J1. .
Broughton, etc., of Pinewood, S. C.
Brooklyn Cooperage Co.
By Woods Superintendent.
NOTJCE OF D)ISCHIARGE
I will appJly to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County, S. C., on
'the 20th day of June1 1921 at 11
o'clock a. nm. for Letters of' Discharge
as Administrator of the Estate of
Peter L. Holliday; dlCeeased.
Young A. Ilolliday,
Manninf, S. C., May 17, 1921 pd.
BARGAIN NEWS AT
Katzoff's Dept. Store
Wednesday and Thursday
256- Dress. Ginghams, yard -10lc
20e Sea. Island Homespun, yd 5c
3L5c Sea Island liomespun, ydl 15e
30cl~ Sea Island, yard .. ....12S'c
10-4.Pepparel.Sheeting, yard .49e
.50e Renfrow Tfissue Voile, yd. 39c
j. coats.- Sponl. Cotton. siooni e-.
Make Your Dollars Blaze the Way!
THE GREATEST IRiVE IN THIE HISTORY OF MER
CHANDISE. THiE NOS'T' DA RING BARGAIN EVENT.
Starting Friday, May 27th, Rain or Shine, at
Summerton, S. C.
We have a big fire stock, we have the big Dubose Mercantile
Company Bankrupt Stock, we have a tremendous branch store
stock. Everything w ill be put under the hammer at this sale.
ReadI our large descriptive circular, or better come and see it
yourself, it wvill pay you.
Let Your Dollars Do the Work at
Summerton, S. C.
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