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wvork better and last
-for bellst and bu-.xers 01T1
-- for thermostats
--'or gas enginies ~-wat
--for dry bartery lihting1 (.anCe th
In- closet, cellar, garret,
barn. eitc. T
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to bweather "balks doorbell
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and gar e1i:
SOME IMPORTANT POINTS
IN BUTCHE[RING OULI~N[D
Clemson College, Oct. 31.-A long
with the finst cold spell come thoughts
of but"herin time. It is still too
early to (14) thi~s winter Job but we can
begil right now to think of how we
will handle our hogs this Year. Ninse
importamt steps inl killing hogs which
make the Work easier and produce
better pork are suggested by D. T.
lierrmaX, extension swine specialisit
1. Select Only those hogs which are
Inl good hecalth and a1re gaining ml
flesh. Ilogs; whlich are losing flesh
make poor meat. Ihlle- weight nid con
dition at which to kill depends ho
whetliale you prefer hirge or Small
uets of pork and ehether you want a
fat or aleIvan carcass. Most farm1. ers
kill heavy fat hogs, but the packers
put e prci onl ts hogs in medium
iesh weighing adoud 200 to 225
2. Kep togs ti iof il' lied for at
-ast 2-1 hoors be'ore killing and keep
them quiet b) provide theml with all1
iltl water tiey will drink. This clears
the rystem o food, facilitates bleed
int, an lessen s sopme e er in lean
ing. llogs that I, arexcite fre
killin hes out a hirk red carass,
111d if thiei lr whiri h o bi eld ill
aly way he bruised otis must hv
h. In1 sticking: void stickig d te
hobe r, for this cauiovse the blood to
lot and means a wiast in trismi.
Place te hog flat, on his back make
I 1t1 l inItudinal incision ill the neck il
(rt the( knife :' (ir -1 inches, with the
cutting edge towards I cte breast
honle, raiie the point of th kiife upi)
anst:; the br iMe honetsd With
. bld out. Dokii nolids rkg the r
easlltl love thi groundas this bruisesti
a1Igtliit IiiIuinthe necknt.l
-li theadt k ife to iues withh
Th~iinie thexJllt oime.kif tl
you buiy calom-el
The p~ ~ urifiedl and refined
calomenl tablets that are;
iunusealess, safe anrd sure.
Medicinal virtuica retain
ed and imnprovedl. Sold
onrly in sealed piackcages.
new airs of busy inipor
e old doorbell puts on!
home a Columbia " Bell
Dry Bottery and give your
a chance. A single package
e power-- -solid as a brick
ectors to fiss with. For all
::ers, alarns, heat regulators,
e C(olumbia "Bell Ringer"
etter and lasts longer than
d-u'p grou~p of r'i ndin'/1 res.
-lctricians, auto accessory shops
es, lundwarc and general stores.
it mnistakc the itackage.
- they bot bugC?
water 145 to I() degrees Fanren
heit. Water hotter than this makes
the hair set if the hog is left in the
water more than one minute. Water
much cooler than this requires too
much soaking to loosen the hairs.
If you have no thermometer, stick
your ling-tr into the water three
tmes inl rapid suCcesslon. If the
third timle is a little too hot for comi
fort the water is about right. Re
move the hair from the legs, ears and
head first as these cool most rapidly.
A teaspoonful of lye or a small shove
ful of wood ashes to 3t0 gallons of
water will help loosen the seurf. Re
move as much hair as Iltssible with
the scraper because all hair that is
shaved oil will stand out when the
pork is eured.
5. Ii removing the intestines use
the left hand inserted between the
hitestines and the meat to guitde the
k nife and keep the intestines from
G. Wash the carcass thoroughly
both inside and out.
7. Either remove the leaf fat
tnt irely or loosen it and allow it to
ham1l by the upper end. This facili
8. Split the carsass down the
middle of the backbone-not on
(ither' side as is often done, for this
is a needless waste-and onl downi
Ihrouth the head. In tle South it
Is :1 coOmImon practice to cut the
flanks away from the hams, but in
doing this cire must be taken not
ta cut into the hamni. These plactices
hasten thorough cooling.
9. Never cut up the carcass until
it has had time to cool thoroughly.
K~~LC ITP TA E ()C J1'1t
Clemson ('ollege, Oct. 3I.---In the
pouIt ry indlustry' there is ino fact cri
of irreater imiport~iue than the mdain..
enance ofC health, andl our effor'ts
shiouldl i- to prev ent rather than to
ecite isea ses, sutggests5 N. R. Mtehr
hotf, pioultrty specialist who says that
Ith proen t ion ofC disease cantt he oh
it'd in a ha(ir' meitasutre by matin
Oaiin a1 0 santitarty t'nvirotnmnitt
wht ilh meanis c'leanzliness in all the
meantis eltiniss int all te tpti ontiti
d"'ui t he phaint. TI his mtoeans (1)
h:mijrdk, (2t tltmi houses, (8
Ir , i t a tlsset ial'z tovt frup a flre.
it wat h ofititli t hue fl'c. fo a ny ah-titI
*-rr-eali 'icon td i iti s shichir liy a im-.
utttcious ralt r mitslowethe
*ditel notedi'l i te Iroubbtt.~ ;.0-r
-na a t t i i omit i ea sures i t aken tii
ti-i- --c u i m t s l w r m
tv of the hir , em ni
a-ll(Jp she ma ies a a
)tar ti gy ('t,',(\ i for d th e rsn
t'nsh rne, drsanti d etu-tparoon-ma
ta i inl telCet-linas
ENi WBROS.----MARB.Ic I
2. Proper removal and disposal of
3. Care of the litter.
4. Clean fixtures (drinking foun
tains, hoppers, feeding troughs).
The poultry yards, also, should
be kept clean, and covered with a
good growing crop. They should be
completely drained, and should have
shade to protect the birds from the
Few poultry diseases are inherit
ed. Therefore birds should be bred
for vigor and chicks should be hatch
ed from eggs from only strong healthy
PRUNING THE MUSCADINE
TYPE OF GRAPE
Clemson College, Oct. 31.-The hor
ticulturists of Clemson College strong
ly recommend that all varieties of
the muscadine type of grape be prun
ed during November or early Deceni
ber. The Scuppernong, James,
Thomas, Eden, and Flowers are the
muscadine varieties most generally
grown in this state.
If the vines are on arbors, they
should be thinned out by removing
a number of the large vines so as
to admit ample sunlight. It is not
advisable to prune or spur back the
canes of the previous season's growth
which should simply be spread out
thinly over the arbor.
If the vines are grown on a trellis,
they should be spread out in fan
shape andtied to the wires to keep
them firmly in place. The fact should
be emphasized that it is better to cut
out the larger canes than it is to
thin out by removing a large number
of small ones.
If the pruning is delayed until
late winter or early spring, the vines
will bleed severely and serious injury
Further information may be had
by writing for Experiment Station
Bulletin 205, Muscadine Grapes: Cul
ture and Varieties.
FRANK H. FLEER DEAD
Charlotte, N. C., Oct. 31.-Frank 11.
Fleer, Philadelphia millionaire chew
ing gum manufacturer, died suddenly
tonight at his country estate at
Thomasville, N. C., a victim of apo
plexy, according to a message re
ceive dby telephone by his brother
Skin Diseases Due
To Waste Products
In The Blood
For Genuine Relief Your Blood
Must Be Purified.
For real, downright, harrassing discom
fort, very few disorders can approach so
called skin diseases, such as eczema, tetter,
boils, eruptions, scal it-ritations and similar
skin trou bles, notwit standing the lavish use
of salves, lotions, washes and other treat
ments appliedexternally to tle irritated parts.
To correct the basic trouble--waste prod.
ucts-the blood must be purified. Don't clog
your blood. Just clean it out. Nature will do
the rest. Pure, rich, red blood nourishes the
body and fights off disease.
S. S. S., the standard blood purifier and
system builder, is the ideal remedy for skin
eruptions. The effect of S. S. S. is to rid the
system of the waste products which are caus
ing the trouble. For over 50 years S. S. S.
has proven to be of unusual merit. Begin
taking S. S. S. today and write for 56 page
illustrated booklet, "Facts bout the Blood"
Personal medical advice, without charge,
may also be had by sending a complete
description of your case. Address Chief
Me(ical Director, Swift Specific Co., 743
S. S. S. Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. All good
drug stores sell S. S. S.
in-law, R. D. Craver, here. Mr. Fleer
was 65 years of age.
Mr. Fleer is survived by his second
wife, who was Miss Willie Jenkins of
Charlotte, whom he married early
last summer at G stonia, N. C., and
by two married daughters, living in
All his life Mr. Fleer had enjoyed
robust health, it is said by relatives
here, and apaprently was in perfect
health almost to the moment of his
death, according to the report to Mr.
Mr. Fleer had just eaten a hearty
fiinner and went to the sitting room
with Mrs. Fleer, when lie dropped
over and died before medical assist
ance could reach him, according to
the report to the Chariotte man.
It is understoodl here that the re
your muotor wi
(lietI.of" Stand~ a
have to wonlde
she'll sItart i
You know "
aboult ho0w fa
go oni five galj
produ1fIlce the unifIC
P'. S.- Good
nains will be taken to Philadelphia,
)robably tomorrow night for inter
nent, which will take place probably
Chicago, Oct. 31.-Witnesses who
[new Virginia Rappe, film actress
vho died following a party given by
loscoe Arbuckle in a San Francisco
iotel and which resulted in his being
ield on charges of manslaughter, tes
ified today before representatives of
,he State of California and the de
'ense, relating their knowledge of the
irl during her earlier life in Chi
!ago. Thc )witnesses were asked a
>repared interrogatory specified by
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the trial judge in San Francisco.
Dr. Maurice H. Rosenburg, the firs
witness, testified that in 1918,
Rappe visited his office for an
animation. He told the investiga
that Miss Rappe was suffering fr
Mrs. Josephine Roth, who gave h r
occupation as midwife, also testifled
and her testimony was corroborated
by Miss Virginia Garren, a nurse wh 4
said she was Mrs., Roth's assistant.
The hearing then adjourned and At
torney C. H-. Brennan, who was pres
ent in behalf of theidefense, depart
for New- York, where further depos
tions will be taken.
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>rogressive money saving
,ge of these whose person
e-and those who earnest
mey saved. There is no
"f every gallon of
3" Motor Gasoline.
pr'opert'y that affects
Il" Motor Gasoline
pr'ovedl gasol ine, a
motor01 fuel that as
wher'e you see tile
'S. ." ign Get a
1 "Standard" Motor
to-day. Notice how
"our car starts, how
e takes hard hills.
your mileage. You'll
the guess out of mo
dl cut the costs dlown.
s goodl gaIsoilw.