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C A SSOIAON .
IcAB 80,QO M MBERS
t nthiisma of the organized tQbac
gmers has increased with ,every
?r yday at the Association's de
" points in South Carolina.
spite o fheavy rains throughout
eol, members of the Associa
.: delivered between' three and foul
ion pounds of the Bright Leaf to
Co-operative Warehouses in the
opara ve Warehouses in the
. tt1 Ca olina belt during the first
k of Marketing. '
1 .eager are the Association mom
to carry their tobacco to the Co
, aeative warehouses, that another
,dtr has been ad'ded to the weekly
Jhdule of deliveries which will take
t e on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thurs
s and Fridays, hereafter.
e specess of co-operative market
,in at its first trial in South Carolina,
last week's powerful drive
rough Eastern North Carolina have
brought in another regiment of new
iewibers to the co-operative ranks.
Ielve hundred new contracts reach
eRaleigh headqharters last week
and .ushed the Association across its
gqal of an 80,000 membership in the
1fa spite of this fact, America's big
gist Cor-iperative will continue to wel
ckne tobacco growers in Virginia and
W dstern North Carolina = until the
markets of the old belt open.
great mass meeting of tobacco
farmers in Durham, with - Oliver J.
San's, general manager of the Asso
'iaton as principle speaker, will be
ginsthe final campaign in Western
4 9Fth Carolina August 30th.
A. J. Works and J. R. Blanks,
nembers of the Burley pool from
"Kentucky, Dr. J. Y. Joyner and Sena
tor J. A.'.Brown, directors of the To
bacco Growers Co-operative Associa
tion frod North Carolina, and J. H.
Quisenberry, District Agent of Vir
ginia, and leader of the successful
6tfn cured pool will hold 26 meetings
n the West, beginning Monday at
Aberdeen, Vass and Hillsboro,
Th hie twenty-five million boys
A.'id girls outside of the Sunday
chog in this country. Every child in
erica should be in some Sunday
ool every Sunday nprning.
very child should be accompanied to
l 4iady School by his parents.
The mother who 'don't bring her
Child into the world dedicated to God
committed a crime against the
ild. The father who doesn't lead
tfe child to the altar of worship, rev
orence, and devotion has committed a
erifie against his child and against
society; for he has left out of the
child's training the greatest factor.
Parents who refuse to bring their
children to church, and who refuse to
4#, allow their children to unite with the
church and become devout Christian
workers are stumbling blocks; they
are curses to their children.
There is but one remedy for the
condition in this country, and that is
salvation by Jesus Christ. There is
but one place in which that salvation
camibe found, and that is in God's in.
1 fallible Word. There is but one in
>Mtitution authorized to teach that
IWord, namely the orthodox Chiistian
~&'Every child should be in Sunday
School and in the church pew on Sun
klay morning sitting besiide his parents.,
*Children are never too young to bei
saved, but If they are neglected- and'
grow to be old men and women hard
sed in sin they may become too old
To Our PF
On and af
conduct our t~
basis. This ri
of parts, shop
We take th
for the libera
have given u:
IN to serve our c;
that the savih
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KI us to give yoi
goods than vre
NI We wvill cor
IU Lincoln cars(
As the: adva ce guard of the' a
lanche of contra'cts which is coming in
from Easterdarolina where -thelfai',
mers seized their last opoprtunity to
sign, 208 contracts were sent infrom
1Mr. Claude 'icthee of Franklinton in
a sisgel day.
FALL BEANS MAY BE
A PROFITABLE CRP
Clemson College, Aug. .15.-Those
farmers willin gto take a change be
tween broken , market and loss re
sulting frot early frost might find
profit is planting beans for market
ing during! October. However, se
rious consideration must be given
soil, varietp selection, soil prepara
tion and planting to avoid prevent
South Carolina marketed success
fully at a profit a good number of
shipments of string beans last fall
about October 15; some of which
were sold on Florida markets, and
for this reason the planting is like
ly to be heavy this year, thinks Geo.
P. Hoffman, Extension Horticultur
ist, who quotes, an old and experi
enced trucker to the effect that "Suc
cess in growing truckcrops is found
in staying in the game and getting
ahead of the other fellow both in
quality and earliness."
String beans require from 55 to
65 days in which to be ready for
use, depending on weather condi
tions. Because of broken or poor
stand the fall crop will not give as
many hampers per acre as will the
spring crop, but in many instances
the price is very much better.
In planting beans thought must
be given not only to the general
recommendations suggested above
but to careful cropping details, as
a good stand and beans to ship at the
right time are what results in profit.
It is wel Ito select a well drained yet
not extremely dry loam soil, avoid
ing "frost pockets," and to prepare
well, bearing ili mind that a firm
seed bed is what insures a good
stand, which can be had on grain
stubble. From 800 to 1000 poundq
of an 8 per cent phosphoric acid, 2
to be saved. It is extremely d cpensive
to the government for a child to
grow to be old in sin and crime. It
costs millions to save an old man
from the error of his way. A child
can be saved at the threshold of child
hood and thus save his soul And so
ciety untold expense.
The father who uses his automobile
on Sunday to take his child away
from the church not only breaks the
Ten Commandments, but he is a curse
to the child and a menace to this gov
The father who spends his Sunday
on the golf links is a fraud so far as
a religious influence is concerned, and
he is a menace to the spiritual devel
opment of his child.
It is the business of the father to be
in the Sunday School with his child,
and it is the business of the child to
be in the church tw by the sidc of
Why do people neglect to bring
their children to Christ and into the
church? Such parents and such ne..
glect are bringing untold sorrow and
expense and reflection upon this coun
try. The juvenile courts and the
penal institutions are full of the
children who come from such homes.
Parents, you arc either a curse or a
blessing to your children. If you
neglect your Sunday duty you arc a
curse to them. Children ought to he
in the Sunday School and church if
the nation is to be saved.
Ler August 15th we will
usiness on a strictly cash
fers to the merchandising
repairs, gasoline, oil and
is means of thanking you
1 patronage which you
i. Our constant effort is
istomers well. We believe
mgs which we will be able
ur new policy will enable
i better prices on quality
u will be able to find else
tinue to sell our Ford and
n liberal time payments.
? oMany persons, otherwise a
Tigorous and healthy,' are
bothered occasionally with
*ndigestion. The effects of a
disordered stomach on the
system are dangerous, and
prompt treatment of Indigos
tion is imDOrtant! "The only
a medicine I have needed has
been something to aid diges
. tion and cleah the liver,"
writes Mr. Fred Ashby, a
McKinney, Texas, farmer.
a "My medicine is
for indigestion and stomach
trouble of any kind. I have
never found anything that ,
touches the spot, like Blck
Draught. I take it In broken
doses after meals. For a long -
time I tried pills, which grip- a
a ed and didn't give the good
results. Black-Draught liver -
- medicine is easy to take, easy
a to keep, inexpensive."
Got a package from your
druggist today-Ask for and
a insist upon The4for4's.-the a
Get It today.
to 4 per cent of nitrogen, and 4 to
6 per cent of potash is best, and it
should be mixed with the soil.
Only the Late Refugee variety is
recommended, as the foliage protects
the beans against early frost. One
hundred to 120 pounds of seed per
acre should be planted, so as to give
the required time for growth.
NOTABLE PROGRESS REPORTED
FOR BETTER SIRES MOVEMENT
There is every . reason to believe
that the rephtcement of scrub and
grade sires by pure breds is on the
increase. Reports . received by the
United States Department of Agricul
ture from county agents in various
parts of the country show that the
"Better Sires-Better Stock" move
ment is having a noticeable effect. A
recent statement by M. G. Liwis,
county agent of Rockbridge County,
Va., is typical of a large number.
"The pure-bred bull movemeet,"
says Mr. Lewis, "is progressing rapid
ly. Since January 1, 16 farmers have
disposed of grade or scrub bulls and
are -using registered bulls instead. On
the other hand, there %,e no less tha'n
50 men in the county who still-persist
in holding out against the progress
and development of the livestock in
terests of the county by keeping in
ferior grade or scrub bulls. I have
a list of 56 owners of such bulls.
Some of these men have grades that
are fairly good individuals, while
others have scrubs that are the worst
kind of a dlisgrace to the community
and te the county.
"The cost of a good registered bull
is so small now that it is a mystery
why any farmer will keep anything
else. Many records have been kept
during the last few years to provei out
the acutla value of a pure bred bull
in dlollars and cents.'
Sonmc of these actual figures wvere
obtained recently by the Repartment
of Agriculture through an inquiry
sent out to more than 500 farmers
throughout the United States. These
mn gave it as their opinion that in
all kinds of farm stock pure breds
have an earning power more than 40
per cent better than common stock. It
is noteworthy .that in the case of dlairy
cattle, whose productive power can be
easily measured, pure breds wvere con
sidred to be 47.8 per cent better than
rommon cows. The lowvest percent
age given for any kind of stock was
36.8 per cent.
COLORADO POTATO BEETLE
NOWV MENACING FRANCE
Although plagues of insects that
attack our crops often become gol
ually less destructive, through adap
tation of control measures and the de
velopment of a liking for the pests by
native insect or bird enemies, they
stil lexact a huge tribute each year
from the former.
A case in point is the Colorado po
tate beetle, wvhich in its eastwvard
march 50 years ago threatened to
wipe out the important potato crop.
Its dlistribution toward the South and
West and has been less rapidl thani
that dlirectly eastward, and it is wvell
controlled by natural enemies andl the
use of insecticidles. The amount an
nually expendled for arsenical poiso's
and their application against this pest
prchably reaches $20,000,000,
Although the control of this pest is
now well understood by American po
tato growers, its recent appearance
in France in the vicinity of Bordeaux
fas lausing much alarm to French far
mers and ontomologists In has p..
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Discounting the "Discount"
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Instead of listing it at a high price, to enable the dealer to attract you
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You can see from the figures below that its advertised price is lower
than the net price you are asked to pay for many "long discount"
- tires of unknown value.
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open basis, and assure himself a product of recognized worth.
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long-staple cotton, and it embodies the patented Goodyear method
of group-ply construction.
In design, materials and manufacture it is a representative Goodyear
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the possibility of extermination and
the authorities have been obliged to EAGLE"MIKADO Pencil No. 174
take. up the question of legal action
to enforce spraying with arsenicals.
The situation is regarded as so ser
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"If I had started wvith a fev p..e
bred cows 30 years ago I would have
something that It would be proud of
now rather than a lot of nondescript
animals." This remark was made to
a representative of the United states
Department of Agriculture by a live
stock owner '75 years 01(1. That even
this age is not too late to make a
beginning is shown by the fact that
he is a believer in pure-bred sires,
and his herd, though not pure bred,
contains some gradle Holstein cows.
JNO. G. DINKINS
MANNING, S. C.
DuRANT & ELLERBE
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