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~THAT'S OUR IDEA in making
CAMELS-the Quality Cigarette.
Why, just buy Camels and look at the package!
It's the best packing science has devised to keep
cigarettes frech and full flavored for your taste.
Heavy paper outside-secure foil wrapping inside
and the revenue stamp over the end to seal the pack
age and keep it air-tight.
And note this! There's nothing flashy about the
Camel package. No extra wrappings that do not
improve the smoke. Not a cent of needless expense
that must come out of the quality of the tobacco.
Camels wonderful and exclusive Quality wins on
Because, men smoke Camels who want the
taste and fragrance of the finest tobaccos, expertly
blended. Men smoke Camels for Camels smooth,
A refreshing mildndss and their freedom from ciga
Camels are giade for men who think for them
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, winston-Salem, N. C,
MATE OF PARAGUAY TEA CAN leaves trees in their own gardens and tev on deinitionsawl standards,con
BE GROWN IN THIS COUNTRY Mate contains the same alkaloidal Chemists, the AssociationofAmerican
Mate trees have been successfully similar, but, owing to tie process of, riculture. Ietinitions and standards
grown in the southern part of Florida curing, it has a slight suggestion of for Canned tomatoes, tomato products
by the United States Department of smokiness, which is enjoyed by those chili Sauce and catsup, citrus fruits,
. tetistoned to it. The importance of Icalned corn, and cacao products
Agriculture from seeds imported fr mate as a beverage in competitioforalready have been ade and publish
experimentation. There is now a with tea is worthy or consideration, !] tenttively, in order to give all in
small supply of Florida-grown seed as .i1 the leaves of the tree can be terested persons an opportunity to be
vaille for testing in that section.euring process is far come acqinted vit it definitio
.1vilalefortesin il tat e~t~l. fl.less eXpensive than11 the proper and to offor any crit icisnis or sugges
"Yerba mate," as it is called in ma1ufactur- of tea. tions for improvement.
South Arerica, is native to Paraguay The experiments tried by settlers in After adoption, the-(- standards w'1
and adjacent countries. The leaves south lorida, while they demonstrate he referred to the Federal and State
were cuird and used as a sort of tea that the mate tree will grow there, food officials for their guidance. The
by the native Indians before the ar-- have not gone far enough to indicate consuner is benefited by the accep
rival of the Spanish settlers. Special that any attempt to grow mate com- tance ot a standard in food products,
ceremonial customs grew up around morcially will be successful ther. and the trade also is hl0lbt
its use, as when the brewed mate was iS, litwe.'e, n interest.ng .-ct t _l in A i o i ' c ei
put in a gourdl from which each par- crano hs eteshv re h
ticip~ant drank his share through a lae nteroesadbee r~ UGSIN
"'bambilla'- or reedlike tube.maewchtedclrisa'er
Mate is the most important bever- pltil iik ~llAlEAGS
age in (Chile and Argentina, where0-Mke.tesrusocre hi
at least 1 5,000,000t people drinik it. Sbcrb toTeT es mneihrabolef'esr
'The production of mate conseqjuently
has dleveholied into a larige epmme'r- ) .m'at isasonashear lrg
cial industry in those countries. AS''N)AHSl"l IA11Nli AI ilanmaltalhesotngo
small amount is now exported to the XN)ilJll IMIKANO'NE)aygetetn ii ot.Afe
United States, where it can be pur-_____
chased in many places from those w..hoc 1e a v i t osf aii ra
specialize in unusual foods. It is be-andbteilvprtcaddidPo1 ('
lievedl by the Department oif Agricul-haebiiallltoteodsanrdCSlfa '.-rs
hire that the A merican public should
acqiuaint it self with this South Ame reayi-ihd i h ontcmmt
can tealike beverage, which has many ~JN.C IKN
points to recommendl it for general NTC 1 )51A1 tonyn-a
Not the least important of these is
the fact, now fully demonstrated, that wlIapytth.Jueoflii-ANNS.C
mate cani be grown fromi seeds in this jt o l oW n('ntyo i 1 i___________ ______________
cotuntry, c'ont iary to the long-pre'. al-clyo ptebr12 t11'lok
..ent theory that the seeds of the n u o'Lteso ~shig 1 d uAT&ELEB
"Verba mate" couild not be grown tin- mi sitrwt h Vilanxdo
til they haol passed through the bodyth tdeo'. .tiild('1sl.toresaLa
of a bird. Private inidividutals in(.I.CUlT,
F"lorida who receivedl pdants from the A ni srtr'v iteWl nee.MNIG .C
Departmenit of Agrictultture to try out Iavle mts :,12. p1
hav ben ei ii g aridusig te a e recommending__________ the____ beverage_______ to
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AND as ~AcNiiiUTrTERMIK wihNNeOUl N
naeb ded the odstated ar ds EIBR &SU
thummfeSetember, ul 929, 11-1'clock, S C
a.m o AtesofDshrea d
molting begins egg Iproduction stops,
and'the hen is carried at a loss. Early
iolters are not worth carrying for an
othe' year. Tehe Department of Agri
culture advises against keeping them.
Keel) the young atock growing by
Put nests in the houses occupied by
the pullets. A few may begin to lay,
and eggs laid on the floor are likely
to get broken and lead to the habit of
- Figure on seeding down and poultry
yards or runs not in permanent sod.
Kye, winter oats, and winter whealt
are good crops for poultry yards.
EXTRACT PHOSPIIOltIC ACID
IN O1L-BURNING FURNACE
With the installation of a new high
temperature oil-burning furnace now
being installed on the exilerimental
farm at Arlington, Va., the Bureau of
Soils, United States Department of
Agricu'ture, will continue investiga
tions ivi > the extraction of phosphorie
acid for fertilizer from phosphoric
rock by the application of heat.
Experimental runs with an old fur
nace several months ago apparently
demonstrated the praeticability of the
new method developed by department
scientists of separating the phosplhoric
acid. The present commercial method
is by, thc application of sulphuric acid
to ground phosphate rock. It is not
practicable for low-grade rocks and
makes noe1.ssary the shipment of a
large proportion of inert material
with the plhosphlate. Early expleri
ments in separation by lieat were
made with electric furnaces, hut the
eXpense seened. a serious obstacle to
the introductim of the new method.
It was found, however, that the petro0
leum-burning furnace could be made
to do the work at much less expense.
Experiments will be cootinued with
a 'view to ('stablisliing methods which
will permit the use of nmuch llphosphate
rock which now goes to waste, and also
to a material reduction in freight
rates o2 com)ercial fertilizers.
IIEARfTY SOUPS CAN BE USED
INSTEAD OF MEAT T A TlIES
Black bean soujp, split pea soup,
creal) of bean or pea, and puree of
beans and tomatoes are delicious, ina
expensivea, and easy to make. 'Many
of these soups are so hearty that they
canl form the chief disl of a meal, say
food specialists of the United States
Department of Agriculture.
Soak and cook a pinit of peas or
beans as usual, but take more water,
about 2 (uats, and coo4k until very
softt. Tl'hen put tlem thirouglh a sieve.
These mashled beans and peas are
ready to be made into all kinds of
soulps by adding the various season
mas, water and milk, or stock enough
to make 2 quarts. These slp shoull
all lave a little fHour added to them
aIs a bide rto prevent tlhe thick part
from settling to the bottom. \l ix
thoroughly two tablespoons fat witll
two tab.lespoons flour ,add a little of
the hot soup, and stir until it is
smooth, thiwn add to the relmaininC
Soup, stirrmng to prevent lumping, an)d
cook for. about 10 minutes.
feel at h
Co. is a
Black Bean Soup or Split Pon Seup
To the pull) from 1 pint beans or
peas, add enough -water or stock to
make 2 quarts. Thicken with flour as
directed. Season with salt and pep
ter. The juie of a lemon and one
ta If teaspoon mustard adds to the
Cream of Bean or Pea Soup
To the cooked and mashed pulp add
enough milk to make 2 quarts of soup.
Season and thicken with flour.
Puree or Porridge of Beans and Toma
Inste-ld of milk, tonatues may be
used. Add a cup of Canned tomatoes
or three medium-s ized tomatoes which
"BUILD OF CYPRESS /lAD
SOL.- ;.5IA.VUFACTURERS OF TilE "0'
"S.11IRT BEES LIKE TO LIF
So here's an
"All - Cypress"
that you'll call a "jindandy" -
on sight. UMilt right, priced
right, "OKAY" all over.
Cypress resists rot longer than
any other wood when exposed to
varyinig weather conditions----hot at
repair bills -saves you real mon,
Yon ean iilentt fry it by 4 "8Ot BI
thi trnul- tmrk.
will he an A- I peratinent investment
GOOD HOME FC
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MOUDI.ING. L.ATI'. SillNGLE,., 1>01&
and for all purixses where you need ilumber
"B U,Y TI, GR ID ' Th
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THE BLACK RIVER CYPRESS C(
Also manufacturers of Superior 11LACK I
ing. and our famos "e
our ambitions is to h
ome in this bank; to
and good will; to pron
Fat the Home Bank a:
HOME institution, r
1r home people at a
always find a welcor
entitled to our time ai
ether you bank here
T. M WEL~LS, Cashit
have been cooked for 10 minutes and
put through a sieve. If the porridge
is too thick, add Water or stock. Sea
son and add the flour as directed.
Bean or Pea Soup With Meat
The peans or beans are soaked as us
uni and cooked with the meat in 4
quarts of water instead of in 2 quarts.
Use a soup or ham bone, or one-half
pound of -alt pork or any smoked
meat, and cook until the beans are
sof t. Wmove the meat and put the
soup through a sievc. Season and .
thicken. T'-e cooked neat cut in small
pieces may be adbled to the soup'. An
onion, severi'l stalks ei celery, or
so81) herbs are goo: with the soulp.
YOU BUILD BUT ONCE."
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E' IN .1 CII RESS 1OUSE.
id cold, wvet and dry and averts
y-therefore a bee-hive nutde of
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for you and make an everlastingly
IR YOUR BEES!
mn riouty i, t t up. Give ( i your hinir
i i +' o . i -80' Brand Cv res
If hi, S ,1." and Fl,10?, sin.-llXOO S
that will resi.,t rot.
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our norrest liitbr dealer. If he
is niarn nid we'll "dip the n eedfiul."
)MPANY, Gable, South Carolina
WI''R Tupelo. Sap Gum and Maple Floor
H. -Cypres; Garages.