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VOL. XLI MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1921
We are compelled to leave out of
this letter a mighty fine paper on
"unrest." We will publish it next
A gloom of sorrow was cast over
our town and community Monday
morning when it was learned that
Mrs. L. Q. Mathis had died, and while
not altogether unexpected as she
had been in failing health for some
time. Mrs. Mathis is survived by her
husband, three sons, John and Wal
lace of this place, and Walter of
Charleston. The deceased before her
marriage was a Miss Martin. Funeral
4 services took place at the residence of
,her son, Wallace Tuesday morning at
10 o'clock conducted by her pastor
Rev. M. E. Morris, and interment at
the Summerton cemetery. Pall bear
4 ers were. Messrs. H. P. Troy, T. C.
Felder, C. T. Dingle, Dr. Stukes, Nor
man and Sam Martin. The deceased
was fifty-seven years old, a consistent
member of the Methodist church from
her childhood. Mrs. Mathis leaves
many relatives and friends to mourn
their loss. And your correspondent
feels the distinct loss of one of his
best friends. Peace to her ashes,
sympathy to her loved ones.
Miss Mary Ansley entertained at
her home on last Friday evening at
half past eight o'clock in honor of
her guest, Miss Rosalie Fladger of
Spartanburg and Miss Mary Johnson
Soon after the arrival of the guests
delightful punch was served and then
they entered into a lively contest
which tested their knowledge of trees.
Progressive conversation was then the
order of the evening. Before leaving
the guests were served with delicious
ice cream and cake.
Among the guests present wore:
Misses Fannie and Alma Burgess,
Em maline Woodruff, Martha anad
Fany Pitts, Martha Walker, Cath
erine Davis, Rebia and Mamie Hunter,
Pearl Davis, Lila Briggs, Lydia Davis,
Dorothy Carson, Grace Allen, Mary
Gentry, Mary Nettles, Sadie Fischer;
Messrs. Harry Brown, Cantey Rich
bourg, John Gentry, Julian Scar
borough, Claude Walker, Norman
Davis, Bill Stuckey, Charles Pitts,
Ulyss Brunson, Ben Cheatemi, Ed
ward Brailsford, Jack and Jimmie
James, Joe Cantey, Henry Felder, Dr.
Jacobus, Messrs Kolb and Smith.
'Mrs. . A. Hodge spent last week
in Sumter with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Godwin, spent
Saturday and Sunday with relatives
and friends ait llemmingway.
Miss Anna Wilkie spent the week
end with friends at Jordan.
Mr. and Mrs. "Pat" Gallager., 11nd
Mrs. Ramsey, Mrs. Mellette and Miss
Birnie Ramsey of Sumter, were the
guest Sunday and Monday of Mrs. R.
Miss Mary Morrison of McClellans
ville, is spending sometime with her
sister, Mrs. W. B. Davis.
Miss Hattie Mood of Bishopville, is
spending sometime with Miss Annie
Miss Lelia Hair of Sumter and Miss
Gordon Carmon of Columbia, spent
last week with Misses Wilkie.
Mrs. T. R. Miller is spending some
timie with relatives and friends in
Mr. W. J. Wilkie, and Miss Alice
Wilkie spent Sunday in Sumter with
Some two or three of our hall play
ers had the pleasure one day last
week to get in with the Manning
team to play Camden, a nd it is said
that Norman Martin who Ilays all
over second base, "taped(" a ball in
such a way that the Camden boys
thought it was thundering and light
ing all over the ball ground while the
Manning people shouted while two
runs was being madle.
Miss May Windham is spendling
sometime wvith her sisters in Rowland,
Miss Sarah Baker of Sumter, is
spending this week with Miss Lulie
Mr. and M~rs. Hatfield, of Sumter,
spent Sunday wvith Mr. and Mrs. Hier
bert Hatfield here.
Mr. Abe Ridgill of the United State
Navy, with headqiuarters in Chicago,
spent last week with home folks here.
.Miss Margaret Taylor of Summer'
ville is spending some time with Mrs.
Miss Genett Felder, who has a posi
tion as stenographer at the Deaf and
Dumb Institute .at Cedar Springs, is
spending some time wvith her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W, E. Felder.
Mrs. H[. .E. Copeland is spendling
somnetime wvith relatives and friends in
Dr. W. H. Carrigan spent Saturday
andl Sunday with Mrs. Cmirrigan in
Mr. W. J. Wilkie, spoint a fewv (lays
last week in Atlanta, G;a., on business.
ARIRESTlED ON4 CHIARGE
Edl Brown, and Trom Browni, two
negroes working on the Paxville road,
wvere arrestedl on charge of breaking
in and robbing the store belonging to
J. N. Riggs, three miles from Mann
ing on the Paxville roadl.
Some of the goods taken from the
store were found in possession of the
negroes. .T'his arrest was made by
Rural Policeman .J. M. Peavy.
Little Marion Wells, who has been
ill for several weeks in the Tloumey
Hospital, is reported todany as .'uffer
ing a relapse, and it is feared she wvillI
not live through the (lay. She has
been extremely ill with what is sup
posed to have been typhoidl fever, but
now she has ,dnveloped neum.--a
MRS. FUIMAN BRA PHAM
Mrs. Furman Bradham 'entertained
at a reception in honor of her (laugh
ter, Mrs. Barron Refo, Jr., of Colum
bia who is visiting here.
The color scheme carried out was
yellow and white, in the living room,
dining room and parlor were quanti
ties of shasta daisies and pot plants.
The punch bowl, in the living room
was banked in the daisies and ferns.
Mrs. W. P. Legg and Mrs. W. G. King
assisted in serving the guests punch
as they arrived. In the dining room
Misses Fannie Lou and Georgia Sauls
and Pamea Bradham served the guests
with an ice course. The color scheme
being carried out in the ice cream.
Mrs. Bradham had as her guests
Mesdames C. R. Sprott, Sr., Sue
Sprott, Joe Davis, H. R. Rembert, C.
N. Sprott, A. C. Bradham, Jake Ise
man, John Breedin, R. D. Clark,
Carlisle Bradham, Harry Curtis, Eng
lish Plowden, George Williams, Joe
Sprott, Ingram Bradhani, Seynian
Richardson, J. W. Wideman, \i. G.
Legg, B. E. Chandler, R. R. Jenkin
son, R. E. Broadway, W. G.- King, J.
H1. Orvin, J. A. Cole, Misses Fannie
Lou and Georgia Sauls, Lucy Johnson,
Mattie Appelt, Rita Huggins, Mattie
Venning, Mamie Johnson, Painea
Bradham, the honoree, Mirs. Barron
itefo and hostess, Mrs. Furnian Brad
ENTERTAINS AT ROOK IARTY
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Sprott, Jr., en
tertained last Friday eveling at a
rook party in honor of Mrs. Sprott's
guests, Miss Effie McCloud and Miiss
Mae Johnston. Those present besides
the [onorees id host and hostess
were. Mizses MIildred Brown, Fannie
James Davis, Lela largaret Dickson,
Maude Sprott, Sue M. Sprott, Georgie
Sauls, Tora Bagnal, Messrs Sam Bar
ron, Scott Bagnal, Jim Sprott, Charlie
Sprott, Edward Sprott, Burgess
Sprott, William Sm ith, Ellis Wells
aid J. G. Dinkins.
ItEBUILDINGr PLANING Ai1l.1,
1). W. Aldermian and Co., are re
building the Planing Mill that burted
down sometime ago. They are also
building lumber storage sheds.
The size of the new phIning miiII
will be 130 x 250. The two rib sheds
wdll each he 40 x 200. The storage
sheds will total about 260 x 500.
They will have a new hoih-or phan4
of 1,000 horse power.
There will also be alitiolns :nl
im1provements to the saw mill, olice,
store and they will have a very nice
The ab1ove work is now under way
and will be completed in about four
(1r, five Ilolths.
CARl0)INA NIINISTl'El DIES
Rtichmond, June 14.--The Rev. )r.
C. C. Brown, one of the best known
Baptist m11inisters of the South, died
today in a local hospital, where h(e
underwent an operation a few weeks
ago. IIis body wOill be taken to Sum
ter, S. C., for burial.
Dr. Brown spent Iearly all of his
nIin isterial career as pastor of a Bap
ti-t church in Sumttr. In la te years,
however, lie spetit much of his tinie
in developing a1 fund for caring for
aged and distressed Baptist Imiinisters
of South Ca Ite was a preaerli I
and writer of niote.
LOCAL HAPP[NINGS Of
TWENTY YEARS AGO
.1ne 19th, 1901
Mr J.S. Miitchum, who live near'
Jodn sregarded ex tremiely i.
Mrt. J1. L. Wilson and famiily are
visiting relatives ait Society H ill, Mr.
Wilson's former hoime.
Mr. F. Wilson [Dickson leaves to
m norrowv for Broadnman, N. C., where
h le hais neceptedl a position.
Mr'. Ellison Capers and fatmily of'
G;eorgetowni are visiting the family of
Mr. E. S. Ervin and othor relatives in
We amre glad to learn that Mr's.
Maggie Davis of Davis Station, who
has been very ill at her niother's at
.JOrdan~f, is improving.
Mr. .J. Ilarr'y IA'sesne 'left last
Monday morning for Greenville, where
he has gone to attendI law lectures at
a summner law school. He will be gone.
ab~out one month.
The killing of F'ranik Winn in Stum
ter' last Friday was the topic of con
versation on our streets Ilast Sattur
(lay. Mr'. Winn had a number of ac
qua inita nces here who dleplore the
Miss T1ea Wells of Jordan, a daughi
ter of County Superintendent Wells,
left this morning for Spartanburg,
where she will attend1 the State Sum
ter school for teachers, wvhich begins
onl tihe 20th inst.
TIhe tr'uste'es of tile Moses ILevi
Memorial Institute have elected Prof.
G. T. Pugh, of Piosperity, prihlcip~al;
Misses .Jessj(' McLean and Carrie
Legg, teaehers. The fir'st assistant
has not yet been selected.
.Capt. P. J1. Cofl'ee died at his homae
m in ne Watanga County, N. C., a
few (lays ago, agedl 75 years.
HOSPITAL MEETING AT
COURT HOUSE FRIDAY
Friday morning at 11:30 a meetinr
was held at the Court House to dis
cuss building a hospital here.
Dr. Davis of Summerton spoke for
a short time about the necessity of
this institution and said that with
$25,000 they could build and furnish
a modern hospital with a twenty-five
bed capacity. le told of how much
better it was to have a hospital heIr
so that patients could get quicker re
lief instead of depending on carrying
patients to Sumter and other cities.
Ie also told how a hospital equipped
with a laboratory would benefit the
doctors. For instance, now wheln a
blood test is to be made the blood has
to be sent to some hospital where
there is a laboratory and you have to
wait maybe several days before they
can get a report on this test, whereas
if a hospital equipped with a labora
tory was here it would only be a ques
tion of a few hours.
olon. Thos. G. McLeod and Dr.
Driscall, a retired physician and
surgeon of Charleston gave very im
Dr. O'I)riscall compared Manning
with the b'-ttle fields of France. 1ev
said that it was found that a soldier
had to have a surgical operation and
they were Ilr removed from a hospi
tal and be started out, in search of
one. When le found one it was late
in the day and also discovered it,
would bv dalngerous to move the pa
tient over the roulgl ground at night,
and had to wait till morning before
moving the soldier. So it is with
Aanni ng, only we know where to find
a hospital but if the patient c.nn't he'
carried through the country by auto
the chances are they have to wait
liours for a train and in that time the
patient coul die.
The lot for wI:ich to build a hospital
has already ben donlated by the Town
of Manning and al that is left to be
done is to rais the N2>t,000 needed.
On h'luhr sday, .uno 9th, the livin
chilbol l, gralld-clilbIreni and rarat
nrand-clhildran of' the deceased Capt.
Tom Davis, held tiheir a nnual reunion
ait the old homei place near1 Jorldanl, at
which G. M. Davis mow rside-1S.
'lhe osual fine dinnier of fried c(hi('k
01n, harheta.k! h r-. M ii e e
TleIe w -e somewhele. arounlld om'
haundl red a-! fifty thare and ever'yboIy
said they h-l a wonderful tinae.
The livin'": children of the <lceasel
are: C. M. Davis, Sonnmoriton; T. I.
Davis, Al anning; .101, M. Davis, Davis
Cross Woads; W. X. Davis, Davis Sta
mAISS WEi.'N REltG ENTl'E1i'TA INS
Miss I-1,a Weinlberg eltertainied
Alonhlay aft'teornoon at Bridge in honor
of Ms. T. Al. Mou'zon's Iouse guest,
Miss Ala rtxnerite Dun ucani of Charles
At the 'lo:<1 of the afternoon a
salbd courSe with puch was serived
her guests who were: Miss Malrgier
it' Duncanl, Corinne Barlield, Rose
and Celest Irvin, Addie Weinherl'e-,
Alsdames Dave Levi, Jake Iseman,
Jake Weinberg. C. It. Geiger, T. Al
Mouono, Allen Bradhallm, E. S. Ervin.
J. H. Orvin and hostess Aliss Irm'11a
TRIAl. AT PAXVILLE:
A trial will he held in Paxville this
Wednesday) afternoon. Those en
volvedl: a R. TI. aind .1. W. Tlouch'.
harry, charglj.ed with thle violation o
the vehicl icen (''ise law.
Tlhe Y'oung L adlie;' (Class of fhea
Pr'lesbyvter'ian ii hurchi' eniterlt a ined on
Tuesday evening. They had as their
guests the Young Meni's ('hiss andl lie
Base lBall teamii. TPhis ('nterta inmllent
.was hel at thle home01 lit Dri. Bro'c(k
MXIiss A!:'alline Shiope enterta inied at
a. fish friy at Brlewington on lFrida y
nlight, Junie 10th. Ahouit fiftesi
young people wer'le Mliss Shop 's
guest s and11 her mhot her, Mr is. Shope
actedl as (chIaplerone.
We rece'ivedl a sam lle copy)~ of "Tlhe
New Er'a Farmlier"' last wee'(k, a new
pa per for Charandon. Mr'. WV. L. Bur.
gess is editor and pubdlished andl Judoge
J.l. WindhIia m is business manageri.
Tlhe pa per is pllished abhout two
nmiles out of Manning.
Manlning openied the hase hail sea -
son heie last Wednesday wvithl Camdven.
The first twvo games went to the visi
tor's, andl the locals took the last goameo.
.atta came here Monday, anid ou r
hiried bioys toiok both gamnes Monday
andio yesterdlay. The first game was a
walkc over, Manning winning 12 to 3,
liut yesterday's gamie was close. The
feature of thiis gameo was thie hiitting
of Crawford and Shea lay. In the
ninth inning with the score 6 to 5
against us, Crawvford the Iirmst mani up
hit a home run, Shealay followed with
another home runi. The game was
lien over' , s'or'e 7 to 6 anid no one
oult. The sameill t eamns play todaiy.
Manning goeCs toI Camdnen tomliorr'ow
for a three gamie ser'ies. Wea are t old
that Sum mer'tonf has hiired several ball
player's and1 w.Vill comiie overCi nex t week
to showv Manning the art of playinig
ball', and oni (1 acofn oIf the irival rv
bietween theo ftwol tolwnis these game~':
shiould dlrawvh nrge C rmavl
ON JUNE 27th
Court convenes in Manning June
27th., Judge Wilson presiding. Te
following is the jury:
W. D. Alsbrook, St. Paul.
L. M. Bryant, Manning.
T. R. Hemnimingway, Davis Station.
S. W. Thigpen, Manning.
F. W. Thomas, Manning.
B. T. Thames, Silver.
A. J. Plowden, Summerton.
F. P. Burgess, Manning.
J1. MT. Appelt, Mlanning.
W. 13. Evans, New Zioni.
J. P. Buddin, New Zion.
A. A. Rigby, Manning.
J. M. King, St. Paul.
E. L. Johnson, Manning.
.1. P. Creecy, Manning.
R. 11. Briggs, Silver.
B.- W. Holliday, Manning.
C. F. Rawlinson, Jordan.
S. L. Touchberiry, Paxville'.
M. W. Graham, Jordan.
W. W. Corbett, Wilson.
.J. F. Dickson, Manning.
J. A. fodge, Paxville.
W. T. Lesesne, Jr., Manning.
T. F. Coffey, lanning.
C. C. Rich, Paxvilye.
.J. P. Lackey, Paxville.
.1. R. Hill, Manning.
.1. H1. Timmons, Mlanning.
J. P'. (i'ahain, .Jordan.
11. D. Dubr-ow, Manning.
J. F. GrayNsonl, Summerton.
W. Ml. Hodge, Paxville.
Morris Ness, Manning.
.1. H1. Biroadway, Manning. I
.1. W. Mlatis, Smmeton
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ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS
Miss hury Johnsoni is spwnding sey.
c-al days im Summer'ton with frienids.
Mr. .Joe Bra'jdon has telmnriled home
frlom the Citadal.
Mlessirs. Allen ani (;enI ilYa -
tirned home T'ul'esday eveniiitg fi.101,
MIr. [i<'auk l ggI ins anid his bride
arr-1ivv llm .\lanning Tuemsday evenlingp
\liss RPpmeI: l. iln has i'turned
oin frm.Geogetwnwher" ;Ihe
:ghit dur'' the past year.
Mrl. ant .rs. W. S. Weathcrfoni
and son Wadc .11%, and Mir. Kisth-r
Weathelrford am-*( Visitiig thei. bl-ott -
er at Gibson. N. C.
Mr.1 WV. C. White.side- hasetm-no.1"
to his home in Alabama. ie was ac
"o.mpnied by Mr. It. C. Wells, who
will spend :I .'o'k in thmt state.
The fi'st couen P1 blooml1 we hav"e seen
this seasonl was sent us yesterday
f oml the fith. of Mr. W. I. Biriggs of
Silveir. Ile says lie has a great. many
Last Sunmday Belton Ingrai wa's
killed by Alvin Jaeksein. The killing
oc('currei'td on th.1e plantation of Mlr. F'
B. Andrew. about seven miles from
Manin ilig. Both parties are1 colored.
-lackson is in jail.
Ml. Stewait IHaivin ws operated
on in the Bapti:st hospital Wednesday.
Ile is doin iely. Mrs. Harvin re
til-nled home on Satuiday, 'fter stav
ig a couple of days with her h .
. Mrs. Marionl Roberts of Miami, Fla.,
is visiting ?itr sister, M-s. I. N. To
bias. This iS the filst time Irs.
Roberts has been back to her home
since Ieaving it thirty-eight yearis ago
to go to Iloida.
.Mr Jame 11(5ur gess' ma11ny fr'iendls
will r'egre(t to learin that he seems to
have had a relpse. It. was thought
last we'ek that he was on thle iroad to
re'cover'y, but it seems new that hiis
caseC is just the opposite.
The fiendas of Mrt .and Mr's. Rt. D.
Weatheirford will he gladl to know that
Mr's. Weatherifordp after sever'al weeks
in the Banptist HiospitalI in Columbia
has been able to make the trip to Mani~
ning, where she wvill speind a few (lays
with Mr'. Weatherford's miother.
A Missionary meeting was hel at
the Methodist chuirch Monday a fter.'
inon. The piresident, Mr's. WV. G1.
King, wvas the leader for the a fter'i
1no01 and M's. C. M. Sprott gave a
summary o11 i~f the annlual meet ing at
Conway sometimhe in May.
Un ion servic'es were' held at the
Pr'esbyterian chtuch on Suinday even
ing. It is said Dri. Odell a visiting
Method1(1ist prieatcher', prieac(hed ai very
impr~iessive sermon, his subject. being,
"'Manhood, Firedom m andl Briother
Mrxs. E. C. Nettles A lsbrook will
leave Thursday morning to visit her
dauighiter, Mr's. A. Forest Fowler, in
ColumbIia.- Mrs. A lsbrook will be
.inmed there by Rev. S. A. Nettles aind
f';mnily of Durham, N. C.and they will
attendl a family rer' 'on in Camden at
the home of their' rotheir, Dir. L. WV.
Nettles and family.
Tlo .prove that our police dlepart..
nment is alwvays on the job, andl also
that, they show no paritiality, Mayor
Davis wvas in a hurriy to catch a train
last week, and being late "hit 'em tu-p"
at a lively clip to get to the (depot, but
P'ohieeman F'lowers had his eye on
him, and when His Honor returnedl he
was asked to conltibut1e $5.00 for
speeding, which he didl.
FOR M. A. WOODS
The entire time of the Federal
Court yesterday was conPsumed with
the trial of Dr. M. A. Woods, of Co
lumbia, charged with violating the
Iarrison narcotice laws. The vase
went to the jury at the closing of
Court yesterday afternoon and a ver
dict of guilty was returned last night.
Fred Stanton was sworn as a wit
ness, and testified that he had sold
narcotics for Dr. Woods and that he
had also seen Dr. Woods himself dis
pense narcotics. Evidence was intro
duced to prove that Dr. Woods had in
his possession two marked bills which
had been obtained by him as a result
of selling narcotics.
Several witnesses were introduced
during the day. Judge Smith ruled
out evidence wit ch might reflect on
the reputations of members of the de
endant's famiv and thus by imputa
ti ion reflet. on him. In his charge to
the jury he stated that very little
law was involved in the case and that
the jurors would have to decide the
matter on the evidence submitted.
Dr. Ashbell Woods is a Clarendon
boy, being a son of the late Dr. I. M.
Woods and a broth< of Dr. W. H.
Woods of Gable.
Alr. 1. C. Bradham, of M ullins
spent the week-end with his sister,
AI\rs. 1'. Weinberg.
Mirs. Ilowell Jones wlho moved here
from ('harlotte, N. C., last su mier
to make her home with her sister,
AMrs. XV. I. MeLeod left Friday for
New Y ork where she will make an ex
te'nided visit with her son, Mir. ('linton
Ihe public is cordially invited to at
tend thev Sunday Schiool Day exercises
at the l ethodist (1ureb on next Sun
day morning-, 11 o'clock. One feature
of the prog--ram will be a short :1
dI ress by the pastor, lev. G. W. IDukes
1o' "'lDuties of' Parents to the Sui(la
lkvv. C. HI. Smith, of lannuing visit
ed his <hiuh ,'-tter, Mrs. Jesse It. Sprott
o'.ne Ilay lasi week. Hlis condition is
inproveIl somewhat. Hlis son, Mlr.
William Smith, of Washington, 1). C.,
accoman i-ed hun here.
Aliss Fmmaliv ktidill fr-om Sun-.
morI'toi is o)n a visit to relatives in til
.liss Suc lkradham df .ordaln is
visitimg a:t ti he hmie of Airl. .1. M.
IBaby conlferencev too be bl It thle
H!!r(. Biraun-ch el lrhr a tr
!1!on, -ane 20thli from 2 tio G i'chkik.
! children uldir seveni yc:-s, wi'ig0
-,d, mea:Sure'd mn dexam11ined freec.
('om, an1d brin'. your babie's.
01,1) II OTI :1. NOW
Thn old Cntral hotel wilt lie moved
out a Iew feet to North 1miry
Street. Thell dinlingp room will be (.n'
lui'ed ti(lite a hit. l3th rooms will
Th' buililg is to be sireenri, pant -
id auni reiovat(it throui)oghout foo hoteI
Oni riibay, .ume .1th, a gIam of
hase b:Ill w:. played on the Wilson
diamond, a ver.y I...:r5d L nme was ply
id and at tlie itnd of the ganme the(
score stol 19 to I in favor of Wilson.
Ant'el , :me will he played next
Vridhiy (-n IIhe .Jordan dianlIond :1114
Wilson says they will hteat nugain1.
lowtver that is left to be seen.
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MR. R. S. DosOHAMPS
HA8 IP-TO-DATE FARM
iThe betautifult homte o' It. I). I )es
list week andit anl inlteriew was bel
x th Ii Mr. D~es(haminps. tle was a.,keid
Ie s:aid Ih' hiad a larmge part of his
lari r-enli tediot oni shr-es tiut thlat In'
keplt for' hiis own'i usre abliout two huiti
redi arnd sixty to' se'vently-tive iacres.
Forii cot',on, he has abouit one hultit
1 cit anid sOeenty- five acries. tie says
the coittoni won't lie quiti sit giiod this
year on(1 acount oif the holl1 weevil, tiu!
t hat hle e'xpec'ts to make sonie ('ittonl.
As toi (corn, he thiks he will make
(iuite a bit as he has lift y acres'' lanlt -
11 is oats, Ih' said, were a tine (cropt.
I Ihere wierei about1 ii t~irty acress pilan(t'd
There is ~nily a snmall sto'k of hogs
in complarison to what hi tusually has,
owing to the facit that. he is c'hanIg-ing
hiis oitheri cattle, cows, cail-cs and
goaits arec aboutlt twenty-tive' ini num.n
Ib r. TIh' go: Is are uised Ifori lot ing
v('ge'~~tbhs. lIe says he wvill have
phenity of piotaitnes to last him thet e';
tir'e wintecr an' il tpintil the timei the
new~ (crops comell in itext yearll.
Relative toi potatotes,' lhe saiys hei
woulid like very- emeh tio form a liota:t i
aisr~leiltiion, liut as yet has1 been un.)
lin', lIe se'iems to think th'iat. pioltiis
sihould he onell of the thlings Ito take'
th'e plance ott couttoin fir th le nex .t'few
y('irs. 11 tantds to rea'tson that to gil
r'id of this plague' calld boll weevil
t he p'oph' niost slt, platting cottoin
antd ts caittill siemed oi Ib' thie best
lbhing toi make' in ni-y on which to live,
there munist. tie roetlIng to take it~s
phwe'(. Why nit- pttaloes as welIt as
anOythIing etlse? There m seems lto lie a
fino market for'ii pottoes. Thliink this
over', good pieople , and see if you don't
(thintk anI assoceiat ion of tihis kind
wonhtitbe i g-oodt thting.
Of U. M
REPORT Of HEALTH NURSE
FOR MONTH Of MAY
lInstluctive visits-- -._4
Conference vi.sits -
Sanitation inspection visits .--I1o
Total visits --_--.
Milk-e -- - -- 26
Mled ica Ijnspec tions-:95
Schools inspec -ted
lPupils inspected -10;
Total defects 61293
Defective eyes -257
D~efective ehrs( -_-257
I)ef.ective n. os(e - -_....2
Defect ive teetj - - 236
Miscellaneous - - 86
Tlnt'CwIe (s is
(a )To d in)::"sI (a5e .
Visit, to infants under 2 yea Is -21
Child weltare conference 3.
Children at co 'en nie _ .
Talks to school chilren
(a ) attendhn -c
Ta ks to iiliec meetin
IIone inising classes
Literature given 27C
assification of Pat
Cases first ol m1onth1i .
New cases (ullni'ig 1m101th
Obst-t riea .
,nfants under. two years
I y yphl(
Alo Iica --
mprov-ed . -
Patients last! of- nii t -th
(Copied from Nurse's Iep t.)
.1lay has been another hu v month
-Alv fly cam!IpaignI is comill,-u aloro
I iel v :the children) .n V1wa im.f-f I,
iaId vith tle ir fly jinles .iy oflu'
dulim: h n C ir'd:1y isa hn:
ae : l ie parni nd 1111i tle who
town seems4 to a 1, aughitit the spirit
ry pha-e I t-'( I Scv people wiO,
hI' eri wa t ill h e luk re V, "
I I'li! an (end to .Mr. iv. Mr. H] mbk.s
the lliana-' r ) of I ' 1) 11 ilet a r
I",\%.' k4' ti4' h
.o' (C", (-very Ili , l"h , and( I aml plianl
ill to take them i, SW I( (if w d:. .
(rl I lllwiiei as soon as we(4,
I halV(' 'ivein away'i~ alblta l~t Ii
re iwtteris thus fari. Abov i of :4
it rhave beie Ilreed Tl
. V olh oo for imprvenw
I h ' ll f tlil ite (ls
. ,1 I I -4 I I ;t I\.i -a h t'll 044c(n.i'i I 4 ,! T I I
i' i snillh rt I *() Iiii!i ('1(1 (11(4 1 1 .n
but iis Ae n t ura iin i
iii ii) ~ v4l\ fer ie hlii I
1-w :e;-atory. Toc-pr~
.111,1 com mlit s, phIysi.- -
ha li hs beenl ( splendi'l.
11 n i ll s arn ious it, ](. mI
;,I( ot'h vare of4 their little n s.
h. 1% )h d but thr-00 conlfe-neies- - ..
was, a oilth planeli ld h masl
brdke it im thl e coImin miity n11. it lja
1 1( . iv\ .4 p.I 11(. In Turle (ill.. we ,
nt have as man1y in ntlemim-e 1s
shoub l .a liked onl \4,m nm "t 4(f gt'
a u . lilk o f. 1 the chib1ren .Just 1cv.4)
ing( from whoopingp cough, bu(b1
()f till small tituIber each l. :I
able141 t v inlst ructionl in det(a il abou
hor I.own b:aby) --sonwI t th ing wh ich en,
?In g i, the chrll oIt( c. )wd is * w
Iil a n d th litre is only mne it(( 1 Oi ..
HI,'ty )I o sum er'on I :. .
t ated :1 pla.%. pen which I -im u.4i(4
mll Mn exgh ib(I )it.i
WI) of iny T. I1. spvcs were 4.
Thied a)4t roteli~( (fIteltbaby m~f(i -rwa
di1'tion. The se) re lin-Il chi4,nn 11f li
u: !hji selnwi(i4l e hlie o mn
i lookmg much:1 ,,( btte4'r ah
((4t-ln1 i e to l(4'ha. - ma
niolt h~adc ,44 their piul mtoun ofli (1 'Ih.
het us oftlt mon it's t -s :. li
Iil4 ,l hav ' t t ' halte who me lui iin
enter1 A(iti - bo l 1th '(dui 2ah-h
ting, the4 (1 th' er 0. int lr .sitto