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VICYORY WEEK FOR S. C.
Columbia, April 11.-This is "Vic
tory Week" in South Carolina and
all over the state intensive efforts
are being made to secure contracts
to the South Carolina Cotton Grow
ers' Co-operative Association. Over
4,000 farmers who have already join
ed the association have pledged to
take the field this week and endeavor
to have their brother farmers who
have not yet joined to enlist under the
co-operative banner. It is hoped to
sign over 100,000 bales this week.
Letters from prominent bankers
all over the state strongly endorsing
the association and calling on all
bankers and business men to assist in
p'itting the campaign across were re
ceived by the association last week.
"I am most heartily in favor of the
co-operative marketing of cotton for
the reason that it helps all those liv
ing in the cotton belt," wrote C. G.
Rowland, president of the National
Bank of South Carolina at Sumter.
"I tiincerely hope the campaign to
organize the state may be a decided
raecess. If the cotton producer has
to buy from those who are organized
and sell to those who are organized
and he himself does not organize, who
is the loser? What affects the farm
er affects all of us."
From. J. S. Stark, president of the
Planters Bank of Abbeville came the
"The organization of the cotton
growers co-operative association is
A Sale of great Sa
newest Spring arrivals,
SH OES-For the
We are showingr over sevel
Coat Suits, in Potiret Twvill, Tri<
colors of Navy and Brownu. We
you from $5.00 to $15.00 on eaci
ing, because we buy in large qua
Prices range $10.00, $15.00, $1
Also wve are showing a very
and Jersey Coat Suits, in Blue,
and Canna, andi the prices ar
Prices ra nge --......---$8.95, $10.1
A wondlerful collection of
Silk, in Serge, Plaids and Str
$3.98, $5.98, $6.95 at
Not often are we able to of
assortment of Spring Dresses, af
ing, but they are bought right
selling them the same way.
Taffeta, Canton Crepe, Crepe dI
The colors are Black, Navy, Gre
ti ful headed and embroidered al
for themselves $8.95, $10.95, $1:
$19.50 and $25.00.
Save the D~ifference--I
One tack Serge, Satin, Crct
Dresses. Values to $25.()0, to e
the greatest movement for the benefit
of the farmer ever undertaken in this
state. It will do more to prevent
him from holding cotton for a lower
price than any plan that has ever
been presented. Where it has been
tried it is a success and I earnestly
hope that the organization will soon
be completed in this state. The
proof of the pudding is in the eating.
By all means let us have the proof."
P. E. Clinkscales, president of the
Bank of Anderson wrote: "I have
gone fully into the plan of the cotton
co-operative marketing association
and most heartily approve of it. It
appears to be a step in the right di
rection and in my opinion it will
prove beneficial both to the grower
and buyer of this cotton. The assemb
ling and classifying according to
grade alone is certainly the most
economic plan for marketing. Its
distribution and sale as needed by
experts is wise."
APRIL FARM CALENDAR
Prepare seed beds for cotton and
Plant plenty of good sound seed
of the best varieties possible to get
good stands of both cotton and corn.
Plant cotton only on good land.
Reduce ctton acreage to where it
can be well fertilized and properly
Animal Husbandry-Feed and take
good care of brood sows which are
Do not wean pigs until they are
eight weeks old.
Avoid keeping several sows to
vings comes just before East<
A saving to be made on each
Family at Low READ
AT SUITS, D
ity-five new Spring 7 ais
'otine andl Serge; in epesti o
believe we can save lrcft hm
Suit we are show-cltVouan
ritities for 33 Stores.CrieConh
7.50, $22.50, $27.50 Prwnl n
stylish lot of Tweed ceigllo
Tan, Brown, Green
exceedingly low. BU G
5S, $22.50 and $24.50 Bgasrn
skirts of Wool and adS.5
pes. Prices range
d $9.95 P
er you such a nice
we are nowv show
therefore, we are Oetbe(
l'he materials are: Siste lof
L' Clinme and Satin. $.0 ls u
y andl Brown, beau- Oerc ~
prices that speak adTfet1)s
2.50, $14.95, $18.50,prcdtclso
iny at Efird's 5.5
Pe' arnd Tricotine GN
ose Out qu~ick, only Nwsine
$1 P0'ies riike an
cEedingN y low-.
gether during the suckling period. It
is better to keep them separate if
Do not fail to plant a sufficient
acreage of feed crops to supply abun
dant feed for the livestock.
Dairying-Take milk cows off pas
tures infested with onions four hours
Continue feeding grain to milk cows
on pasture. Early grass is mostly
Plant corn or sorghum for silage.
Plant other'feed crops for dairy herd.
Remember that no livestock farming
is profitable without an abundance
of home-grown feeds.
Plant Pathology.-Keep up the
spraying schedule. Make each appli
cation thorough and on time.
Try delinting the cotton seed this
year, if you have not already formed
Get seed corn treated for diseases.
The county agents or the Botany Di
vision of Clemson College will tell
you how to get it (lone free.
Plant wilt-resistant tomatoes where
the futgus wilt is in the soil. The
Botany Division still has some seed
of resistant varieties, free on request
as long as it lasts.
Watch closely for seed bed diseases
of tobacco and report to the Botany
Division, with specimens, if any is
Garil and Orchard. -- Spray
peaches with arsenate of lead for
curculio, and with self-boiled lime
sulphur for brown rot write for Ex
tension Circular 25 for further infor
Began Saturday 3
'r. Everything included in th
purchase, small or large, duri
Y-TO-WEAR - At Great
Jew Spring Coats just received by
nimg andl you must see them to ap-.
The materials are Flannel, Broad
I Chinchilla. The colors are TCan,.
ten, Navy, Burnt Orange, Orchid,
Peach Glow. The prices are ex
.S8.50, $12.50, $16.50, $19.50, $24.50
LOW APRONS 85c
nt of Bungalowv Aprons, in all sizes
Ltern. Price at-....._..-.....-. 85e
ery complete line of Crepe de' Chine
and( out sizes at $2.95, $-1.98, $5.98,
e serviceable than Pongee Waists.
---------------- - -$2.98
I' Waists, in Voile, IFlax.on atnd
,v Peter Pan styles, some values to
u'sses in Serge, Satin, Poiret Tw'~ill
ses that are $15.00 values. Only
t .-. ------------.-. -.. -. -...$10.0 0)
nent of .Jersey Sport Suits and
or's. P'rices range $5.98, $7.95 and
t of Gingham Dresses, in all sizes.
---. .-$1.98, $2.98, $.1.98
Fertilize the peach and apple trees
with 2 to 4 pound of an 8-4-4 fertili
zer per tree, according to size.
Spray grapes with Bordeaux just
before the buds open and again one
week before they bloom.
Apply tpo dressing of nitrate of
soda to cabbage plants, using about
100 pounds per acre.
Transplant tomato, pepper, and
eggplant from hot bed to cold frame
preparatory to planting in the field
after danger of frost.
Plant in April-Beans, beets, corn
cucumbers, eggplants, cantaloupes
peppers, salsify, squash, okra, celery
Examine tender branches of rose
bushes for plant lice. Spray with
some form of Nicotine solution.
Rub off suckers that. appear near
the surface of the ground on newly
planted fruit trees.
NOTICE O DISCIIAIRGE
I will apply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County on the 1st
day of May, 1922, at eleven o'clock
A. M. for Letters of Discharge as ad
ministrator of the estate of Joseph E.
Horace D. G raham,
Foreston, S. C., March 31, 1922.
NOTICE OF DISCIIARGE
I will apply to the .ludge of Pro
bate for Clarendon County on the 1st
day of May 1922, at 11 o'clock A. M.
for Letters of Discharge as Adminis
trator of the Estate of Clara Eaden,
Isaae Y. Eadon,
Summerton, S. C., March 31, 1922.
lorning 9 O'clock
is Sale. Each department i
ug this Easter Sale. We are
SILKS-For All. Eac
Special Sale Pr
Brogues for M(
Can Save you 1
Lot No. 777, Imperial Brand, Sc
llrogue. Oxfords, welt soles, medit
value. Special-----_ ----
Lot No. 719, Light 'Tan Oxfo
Cuban heels, $8.50 values. Special
Lot No. 952, Imperial Brand, 1
French heels, turn sole, $7.50) value
Lot No. 41522, Craddock-'Terry,
ford, Cuban I leels IRubber 1 leels Al
Lot No. 456t i, Craddock-'Terry,
fordl, Mlilitary I heels, Rubber Ifleels
Soles, $6.50 value. Sale Price
Lot No. 4560, Craddock-Tlerry
ford, Mlilitary H eels, Rubber lleels
vanlue. Sale Price
Lot No. 4551 , Cradhdock-T1err'y
lord, (Cuban I heels, Rubber I heels
value. Sale Price -.- -
Lot No. 4559, Craddock-Terry A
Low H edl Ox fords, Rubber I feel.
value. Safe Price
Lot No. 5504, Black Kid, Mifi
fords, welt sode, $4.50 value. Sale
Lo~t No. :350, PullIman Brand, Ta
tary Rtubber IIleels Oxfords, $4.50 v
L~ot No. :304., 'Tryon Brand, Blai
military IHeels, Rubber 11eels At Itadl
Lot No. .303, 'Tryon Brand,
Strap Pium p, Medium lIfeels, Rhubbe r
$3.50 value. Sale Price - .
Craddock-TIerry White Ox fords,
iu m I feels, andl Stra p Pu mps, $6.00 v
D r. Ed ward' Soft and Easy
value, fine for t ender feet. Sale Iit
Tan Vici O )xford, Rubber II
Mediumn feels, $3.50 value., Sale Ilm
One Big ( ounter Ox fords and
$2.50 valutes Sale Pr'ice only _
Reynolds' Oxfords for Meni, $8
Black anid Tan, English or C oml
[rice only----- .--- -
ING AT GRk
- --I'age Three
Penn's is packed
air-tight in the pat
einted new con
tainer. I t is always
Chew fresh to
bacco. Try Penn's
next time. Clean
e Guaranteed by
a the Store represented with unmatched values of
going to offer extra specials every day. COME!
h Yard At HOSIERY-At Special Prices at
ices on all Oxfords, Pumps and
!n, Women and Children. We
oney on Shoes!
DS LADIES' OXFORDS
otch Gin CaIf,o
irm heels, $8.50 lrMltr 1elwl sls obrIlesA
rds, wvelt soles, I~ o 35 otenGiiBaidF akKd
sale price $3.98 Lo IlesRbe Ilel Attctl .0) al.
shck Kid Pumnp, aeI'ie .-39
Special .81.98 Lo N.522 sit (j
Black Kid, Ox - ('a IIel oxlrdR04)rIees .\t ac iI,$.1
tached . Specijal 'le Sl rc
Black Kid Ox- o :8.,Suhad illrjlI)n a
Attached, Welt (ll lt elOfdwi ,RIl).'h l,
- -- $1.98 $.0vle aePie819
Browni K id (Ox- ALN.511, u ij il a ,I.w I es
Attached, $46.50 '' KdOfrwt Riie els an 504
Brownt 1<id Ox- o o 59 lakKILwI ck hPS
AttIachled, $7.00 'mp Ruh r IelAtIa ed Sle rce . $18
lake, D~ark Ta n, ~ I (s ud' IekA tcit.Sl r~819
\ ttached, $o.00
ary lieels, 0'.
n Oxfords, Aliii- Sye (0 he.Sl rc........19
alue, Sale Price .0 Mes lanSot~okSos alsie
8:1.18 ada aig f$.0.1Icip ,ol 19
(k K id Oxfondliiu OfrsfrBos 'yih llIlce
ed, $4.0 value. syt a04~aos oy .. .811
.$. 2.98 Oe(ontrMi~'~ n lc xrs
lack Kid, One $.0 au. Seil ae)i. i 29
Hleels .\ttaiched, E ' ktes (o~ ilSnas Fnclr
low~ airul Mld- K kles'a xud rIIy~ad(r
alue, at $1.98 Sie ' to ,$84 ile Sa I c$.8
Oxfords, ?8.:,4 E .S5fr In(4' oLai adlSz.
e only .i2.98 . t I' . Sl l' c . ..18
eels A tt ach d, . .Skle'Sa al iulOfr ,sis
ice.... 3.18 t .Sl rc
Strap I ianps, CidsIlc aetl.i i.to ta o~~>
'. Ox.fois, ini I 1 0 f d o e,$.44\aiei
inaitioni 1, ts. I ~ o Keih St'eS,.Ii
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