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STHE CARE OF THE BABY
,. This article is written for the moth
ers and fathers and, for the boys and
girls, too, for the latter are often the
ones who have a great deal of the
care of their small sisters and broth
,ers, and it is very necessary that they
know something of how to keel) the
' baby well and happy. A well baby
'I is always a happy baby and most of
the sickness of babies is entirely un
necessary for it is too often due to
improper care, improper food and im
The baby is very sensitive to heat
and cold. In our )hot summer weath
er we ver yoften keep baby too hot.
, As the hot (lays come on we should
think not of how much heat we can
keep in, but how much we can let
out, an( we let out this heat by light
thin clothes. Bad colds come on more
often after the baby has been made
too hot than after it has gotten too
During Baby Week, which was re
g cently observed by one of our County
Health Departments, the doctor in
charge wrote me of a baby which was
, brought to the Clinic clad in three
heavy flannel skirts made long so
they could fold back an dthus double
4 the amount of wrappings, over this
was put the infant's dress and then it
was wrapped in a heavy woolen shawl.
This was in May in one of our South
ern Counties. Every baby should
have a bath once a day. It should be
put in a tub of water, neither too hot
nor too cold, only the head being ke'pt
out of the water.
Let the baby have plenty of fresh
air, keep all the doors and windows
open and be sure they are sereened to
keep out flies and mosquitoes. it sel
N Wer take rd1
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of rep~air worki
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I 14 CALDWE LL STREETI
dem gets too cold in South ()siolina to
take the baby out in the fresh air
Wrp It up and keep strong sunlight
out of its eyes.
andaby dhould have.'plenty of sleep
and should not be disturbed. Let the
baby sleep by itself. Everybody is
entitled to two things, hip own tooth
brush and his own'bd; If'you haven't
a small crib, take a clothes basket.
This maken a dandy bed and you have
no idea how baby wi~l enjoy it until
you try it. Please don't give the baby
a. pacifier or soothing syrup. I know
you are sorely tempted at times. The
baby is not a toy-don't handle it like
one-be gentle with it.
The best food in the world for a
baby is Mother's milk. Sometimes
artificial feeding is absolutely neces
sary. Great-caro is- needed in hot
weather when a baby is bottle fed.
'ren bottle fed babies lie to every one
breast fed baby. If cows milk is fed
it should be pasteurized. Pasteuriz
ers .an be had for a few dollars, but
if you can't got one milk may be pas
teurized by putting the proper num
ber of feedings for twenty-four hours
each in a separate bottle, put some
absorbent cotton in the bottles for
stoppers. Then put them in warni wa
ter in a deep covered vessel, bring it
to the boiling point, then take off the
fire and let the bottles remain in the
water thirty minutes. This is better
thai boiling. After three months of
Com Iencing Suiday, -June 5, an
and including, September 4, 1921,
The Standard Rpili
will sell Sunday Excursion Tickets
to (late of sale, at
and operate following schedules to
Returning, train will leave Charl
ning 11.11 p. in., and Sumter 11:5
Corresponding Excursion Fares
to and from Charleston, Sumter,
stations. Baggage will not be ehi
Tickets are on sale to all princil
resorts daily until September 30th
31st, and permit stop ovors at all
on application to conductor.
For tickets and further inform
Ticket Agent, Manning, S. C.
W. J. CRAIG,
Passgr. Traflic Mgtr.
W I L M I N G 'I
easure in announcing to the i
>inted Distributors for
and Parts for this Territorg.
ish to announice a reductionl
active 01n and~ after this dlate <
f. o. b. factory, plls freight
riodels $750.00 dleliveredS
as becen greatly imnprovedl in
mloniths andl is at present
>bile built in America.
I comlelte line of
repair parts at all times.
Lve a first class Garage (loing
on all makes of calrs. Our p
itisfaction guarianteed or mo:
WE KNOW HO1W
Sumter, S. C.
age brange Juice should be given ti
bottle fed babies, a tablesPoonfal oi
more may be taken once a day.
Don't forget to give the baby water,
Boil the water and then cool it,
Babies suffer for a drink of water in
hot weather just as grown folks do.
If you have a cough or eqold keejp
away from the baby, and evetI if you
are well, don't kiss the baby on the
mouth. Contagious disease is often
given the baby in this way. If the
baby gets sick send for the doctor
(on't put it off.
RAPE PASTURE VALUABLE
Clemson College, June 6.-"I be
lieve that rape pasture is the best
all-round pasture for hogs in South
Carolina." This is the statement of
Prof. L. V. Starkey, chief of the ani
mal division, based on the experience
of the animal husbandry division this
spring in the use of rape for hogs.
"When our rape pastures were ready
to use," says Prof. Starkey, "we cut
our grain ration in two for those sows
which were turned on the rape pas
ture and there was no reduction in
weight or thrift." Below are sonic
of the points in favor of rape for pas
.. Rape analyzes as high in pro
tein as cotton seed.
2. Rape will grow anywhere in
South Carolina. This is not true of
d continuing every Sunday until,
oad of the South
to Charleston, limited returning
accommodate Sunday Travel:
_7:00 a. m.
-7:40 a. m.
-----------10:35 a. im.
aston 8:20 p. in., and arrive Man
) p. m.
and Scheduies will be effective
Florence, and all intermediate
cked on these tickets.
al Mountain, Lake and Seashore
, limited returning until October
stations going and returning up
ition apply to H1. ). CLARK,
T. C. WII[TE,
Genl. Passgr. Agent.
ON, N. C.
I eEE nE tamaUas
in prces o
ices are ver U
POS OFIE OX19
NE BRN gg
Get My; Prices !
E. B. SHORTER,
Manning, S. C.
alfalfa, clover, and some other forage
3. Rape makes a splendid pasture
im both winter and summer.
4. Seed and seeding cost less than
any other forage crop.
5. . Rape is soon ready folr pasture
requiring usually about eight weeks
of good growing weather.
Rape will (o better oil low, lloist,
fertile soil than on high poor soil.
In .any case it should not le pastured
until about twelve inches high and
then not too closely, since enough
leaves should be left oil the plants
for them to get food fron the air.
It is advisable to have thc rape field
dlvide so that the hogs will not be
kept on the same flield all the time.
l'emporary fences inay le used for
It is well to feed a Small amount
of grain to hogs which are ol rape
pasture, especially Young ad grow
ing stock. Brood sows, however,
may be maintained tn rape pasture
with very little or no grain.
Shade and water inl the rape pas
ture are desirable and if it is not
present there, the hogs may be turn
ed on the rape at night and brought
ito a lot in the morning for shade
and water during the day. This
practice has been used successfully
hy the aniial husbandry division at
Clemson College. If hogs blister
while in the rape they should he
rubbed with a little oil and should
not he turned on pasture until the
(ew is off, since it is the water on
the rape which really causes sun
seald or blister. The oil will soothe
the blister and also prevent the
water from adhering to the skin.
OIl. SPIY FORl SCAlE INSECTS
Clemson Collegel, .1o, , . 11v eCrtainl
species of destructive scale insects
and wvh i te lies canl he cont rIolle I
most. ellectively by the use of oils,
and the heavy oils have the alvani
tage ofI being safer so far as injuring
the l)/i nt is c(olIcerned, accordiing o
Prof. A. F. Conraldi, entoniilogist.
Among the heavy oils are sich well
known ranids as Scharr's inisecti
chId and Dew's Citricide.
Preparing aid Testing the Snray
To iucvpare the Sprny mix the oil
in the rcquired amount of cold water,
preferald vsoft water. Heiforo sprav
ing the oil it is impilortant, that a
separation test. he m14le as follows
After ixin Vthe material accorin
to directions anid before it i pt on
thle tries take out a tuombleriful and
set mn a quiet place for thirtyv
muntes. It' the clear oil does not
separal(. on the top, the oil is safe
. us., hut i" it does separate, it is
iefect ive ini manufactuore and it is
not. s:i 5 to orue. A good oijl will
somjet lines separate when harid wat er
is usedl, hut thi; troubhle can lhe over
come hby milding a little soda or inix
mg soap with the water.
I. For Whlite Ily in ( rus Tlrees
-Spa v thlorouighily the whlel r-e.
eeilal ythei undeiside of the heix-e
onei gall in ofl oil to iGG ga llons of
wateri duriing l)eenmber, .ianuarv aind
iehur i ; ii on i alon ofi Oil "to 88
nallons of waiter doting Atiri!, ant
2. l'or Glioomy Scah' on \Ilaple anl
01tIer TIncs Spray Iic-es Iiiio-tl.I
iduring w ittr wh~en thle trices arme dor-.
I w ill iplyl to lhe Piiobate I ourt
fit (lIrcndon Couint y, S. t'., ont 'ion
ilaiy, .1miii 27, 1921 ait eleven i'lock
mi the, lim'orinn for a Dis-ei *a
Admiiniustratorii die boni non withI the.
W/ill iniexiih of IEstatei of ltosa (;rmen
I iii', iteieased.
Ailannhing, .\Iay 25, 1921 2l-5t-c
I wvill apply' to Ih Ju of Pro
bate for (larenidon Cony, I C,
the 20th dayi of .Jiiie, 1921 at 11
o'cliick A., M . for' I st ters of IDischairge
as Adinustirator oif thei IEstati of Vir..
ginmi H. Hriown , (leciased.
.A. IR. ltitiWN,
Summer ton, S. C., Mla 19 19ji21-p.
G. C. COOPER,
Glasses Fitted, Broken
SUMTrER. S. C.
of waiter, house ( l-~ywt one gallon.
Oa 7or Oak Lecanum on Water of oil to 88 allons of water.
Oakse-Spra ytrees thoroughly dur- 5. For White Fly on fledge Plants
ing spring one gallon of oil to 66 gal- and Jessaine-Spray with one gal
lons of wvater. Prune out and burn 10on of oil to 50 gallon4 owater (u
the most heavily infested1 twigs if ing winter mionths.
practicable before spraying. 6. For Rose and Other S,ft
4. For Chaff Scale, Ivy Sale, Scales-Spray with ofe gallon of
Black Palm Scale, and Other Green- oil to 60 gallons of water.
OWEN BROS. MARBLE
Dealers in everything for the
unTe talags and best equipped mon
Greenwood,-------- S. C.
-o ar.poably r
1,,11. r t al ie i to~ilI
- -- c mi-ny g out t rip ol
somer Sort, ie a'hich
-irs 11s nmeia
WaIl Tent, as Shlo al
Ie mats Iriced with
COLUMBIA SUPPLY COMPANY
823 W. Gervais St., Columbia, S. C.
and look over what we
have to show you in a
our line next time you (
come to town. It may
' be you are not in the
a market just now for t
what we have for sale,
a but would give us the
a privilege and pleasures
Sof showing you thru I
a anyw, y. We will show *
a you only such goods as
a wil give you service.
a Prices and terms al- :a
Sways in line. Stop with i
a us when in town.
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THEY ARE Yu
INSEPARABLE ~ Ftue
d'(oesn't often happen, you know.
Our institution is a progressive money salvint
Sand investing bank.
We solicit the p)atronage of these whose person
al attributes are likewvise-and1 those wvho earnest-~
ly desire to become such.
use to regret when it is gone.
The Bank of Manning
'OSEPH SPROTT, President
T. M. MOUIZON, Cashier