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WMILS BING TOP PRIC
rangeburg, S. C., Fret City In ho
World to Start New Livestock In
Orangeburg, S. C., rich in history,
xIpi in lands, rich in A. class of thrifty
pople; has lately.comne piiminently to
thyfront among' the long list of pro
gresaevo cities of the South. Situated
"tnVhe p4tral. part of the State of
jtngs are happoigng
1F ,in this wiso awake'
Besides 'bdihr the home of the'
only real one man Chamber of Com
nrce, in the world, the headquarters
of the big chain of meat packing
hods~e just organized by the Southern
Packing Corporation one of -the lar
gest lumber centers in the State, the
greatest hog producing county in the
State, and many other important ac
ti lties, Oi ngeburg now comes to
,th* front as the worlds only market
place for boll weevils.
Mr. L. S. Wolfe, county Agent, who
is in touch with all agricultural acti
vities and who is authority on South
eastern agriculture is responsible for
Last week, Messrs. Whisenhunt and
Craft, of the Bamberg Road, Edisto
. R1i r, country, sold to Mr. V. V. Wil
:.ials, Assistant Scientific Investiga
tor, Bureau of Entomology, Depart
ment Agriculture of Clemson College
Ce lege, Coast Experiment Station,
n'i' Sumnimerville, S. C., Ave thousand
real live boll weevils.
These weevils will be properly
housed, in special cages, wintered un
per untural conditions as near as pos
%ible, at regular intervals will be ex..
amined, and records keptif their em
ergence in spring. The scientific in
formation gathered from this colony,
of weevils will be dissiminated, in or
der that tha farmers may more in
telligently combat the pest.
This information will, no doubt, be
of great value to the cotton planters
In the South. It was stated by Mr.
to1 ,that John A. Murkin, a prom
inent publicity man, was negotiating
for another consignment, to be trained
for carnival comllinies, throughout
the country, as it is stated that the
bolliveevil is a much more intelligent
animal than the flea, and eventually,
the weevil will take the place of the
flea, in the "Flea Circus," which are
a prominent feature of all carnivals.
CARPET GRASS, AS A BASE,
SOLVES OUR JROBLEMS
Although accii'entially introduced
from tropical America before 1830,
carpet grass has only very .recently
'been soniewhat generally recogn'ized
as eforing the South Atlanti and
Gulf Coast States a real opportunity
to become producefs of livestock.
So enthusiastic have some of our
Government experts, conservative by
training, become, over this grass, that
C. V. Piper, Agrostologist in Charge,
,and Lyman Carrier, Agronomist, office
of forage-crop investigations, United
States Department of Agriculture, pro
Sclaii in farmers' bulletin 1130 U. S.
Pepartment of Agriculture-"Ca-ret
-Grass Is the most important grass for
permanent pasture in the Coastal
-plaimi.area of the South."
Th& judgment of these men has' boon
sustained by the experience of a numi
ber of farm and cut-over land demon
strations carried on in Atlantic Conaat
line territory in ,Eastern North and
South Carolina counties during the
past .three years.
6 Tlgj discovery of a pasture grass
adapt ed to our soil and climatic con
ditions is fraught with great impor
tance, especially at this time, when
we m ,it engage in the production of
swine, poultry, dlairy cattle, and even
beef cattle and sheep, if we are to
fortify ourselves against the extra
ordinary losses sustained by our most
irnportant money crop, cotton.
The carrying capacity of a good
carpet grass pasture is one cow to
the acre for the flee best months and
n bong Time
& At Low
We are making Gov<
Bank loans at six per een
Syears on Clarendon Cour
itr.etfor 10 years wit
rower to pay the princip~
of any year.
SWe are, therefore, in
estate loans in any amoi
want. All applications e
the loans quickly closed.
one co w.to t .Aares.for three to five
months long .
Dallis grp , 1epedvza, white clover
bur clover, bleok medic, ,and Augusta
vetch are Idesirable- in mixture with
carpet gras. . talian rye' may be
used as a- winter mixture, but needs
to be sown each' fall.
Carpet grass pastures should be
grazed to their capacity, .4s under
heavy grazing the best condition is
While time' of seeding is not at'
this season (but at any tinge from
early Spring to late summer) I am
" e rous of A*o04Ing :frther inter
est in this wopde1fg grass - so that,
: het1the ti e1o pditing arrives'ar
rangements will tikv been made for
a large expansion of the present car
pet grass acreage in the Carolinas.
Carpet grass pastures are readily
.established in .tilled land,. but, the
greatest value of the grass, to this
section ,is due to its adaptability to
cut-ove'land. On unbroken or stump
land good results can be secured by
burning or moving the tall grasses,
seeding at favorable time (in early
spring when moisture conditions are
favorable) and then pasturing to keep
the native bunch grasses constantly
short. Under this treatment the na
tive grasses are eradicated in one or
two years and replaced by a pure
pure stand of carpet grass.
The actual profit to be realized from
a good pasture is, in itself, to be great
ly desired, but the establishment of
100,000 acres in carpet grass pas
tures in Eastern Carolina counties
would result in splendid advertising
their actual and potential possibili
"If a man can preach a better ser
mon, write a better book, build a bet
ter house, or make a better mouse
trap, even though he live in the
woods, the world will make a beaten
path to his door."
To give carpet grass a trial is. to
become a carpet grass enthusiast.
Bulletin giving complete informa
tion about carpet grass, and infor
mation as to -eed costs and where
seed can be bought, will be furnished
That writer who says the mod
erns know little of eloquence has
never hear da fluent driver comment
ing on a blowout.
State of South Carolina,
Court of Common Pleas .'
Notice of Sale
Grace Nhmmer, Plaintiff,
Harrison Gamble, York Gamble, Pat
rick Gamble, Arlein Hatfield, some
times known as Orlean Hatfield,
Fannie Blackwell and Bank of Sum
Under and by virtue of a Decree of
the Court of Common Pleas rendered
in above stated action, I J, E. Gam
ble, Sheriff of Clarendon County,
South Carolina, will sell to the high
est bidder for cash at public outcry,
in front of the Court House Door at
Manning, S. C., on Monday, the 4th
lay of December A. D., 1922, being
salesday, within the legal hours for
judicial sales, the following described
All that tract of land in Claren
don County, State of South Carolina,
containing forty-nine and one-fourth
(49 1-4) acres, more or less,'and
bounded now or formerly as follows:
North by the Oak Grove public road
and by lands of Henry Holladay and
of Shorter; East by Oak Grove pub.
lie road; South by lands of James B.
Holladay and by lands known as the
Barron lands; and West by lands of
Henry Holladay and the Shorter
Purchaser to pay for papers.
J. E. GAMBLE,
Sheriff of Clarendlon County.
State of South Carolina,
.Court of Common Pleas.
Notice of Sale.
David Levi as surviving Executor of
and Trustee under the last Will and
Testament of Moses Levi, deceased,
Henry McFaddin, James Hlammctt and
The National Pank of South Caro
Under and by virtue of a Decree
of the Court of Common Pleas ren
dered in above stated action, I, J. E.
Gamble, Sheriff of Clarendon County,
~rnment Joint Stock Land
t interest for a term of 33
make loans at seven per
Ii the pr'ivilege in the bor
al or any part at the end
position to negotiate real
mt and on the terms you
re promptly handled and
g. S. C.
BEE HIVES FOR SALE
- In order to help e tab
lish the bee industry in
Clarendon county we ere
willing to dispose of a few
of our hives. We will not
sell over two hives to any=
one person. For particu
lars see us or write
R. S. ELLIOTT & SON,
Silver, S. C.
So h ayolina Will sell to the st
bi er r cash, in front of the Court
House door at Manning, S. C., on
Monday, the 4th day of December, A.
D., 1922, being salesday, within the
legal hours for judicial sales, the fol
lowing described real1 estate:. -
All that piece, parcel or tract of land
lying, being and situate in the County
of Clarendon, in' the Stato aforesaid,
containing- one hundred and forty
seven and nine-tenths (147 and 9-10)
acres, more or less, being a part of
what is known as the "Auld Tract,"
and bounded and butting as follows, to
wit: North by lands of Joseph F.
Rhame and a portion of the Auld
Tract sold to John L. Brown; East by
lands formerly of Joseph F. Rhame
and lands of Ingram; South by lands
of Noah McRae, Robert Wells and
William Montgomery and' lands for
merly of J. C. Harvin; West by lands
formerly of J. C. Haryin and of D.
W. Alderman & Sons Company, and
Northwest by lands of D. W. Alder
man & Sons Company -all of which
will more fully appear by reference to
plat of Auld, Harvin and Seymour
tracts, made by E. J. Browne, Sur
veyor, dated June 13, 1907, being the
tract of land this day conveyed to us
by Deed of the Mortgage herein.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
J. E. GAMBLE,
Sheriff of Clarendon County.
State of South Carolina,
Court of Common Pleas.
Julia C. Tindal in her own right and
as Administratrix of the Estate of
Levy R. Tindal, deceased, Dorothy
Everett and Minnie Carrigan,
Edward F. Tindal, L. R. Tindal, the
younger, Lou Ann Ferguson, Lizzie
T. Young, Mabel Tindal and Ollie
F. Tindal Defendants.
To The Defendants Above Named:
You',are hereby summoned and re
quired 'to appear and answer the Com
plaint in this action, of which a copy
is herewith served upon you, and to
serve a copy of your Answer to said
Compl int on the subscribers (Wein
berg & Stukes) at their office in the
Town of Manning, S. C., within twenty
days after the -service hereof, ex
clusive of the day of such service;
and if you fail to answer the Com
plaint within the time aforesaid the
plaintiff herein will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded in the Com
Weinberg & Stukes,
To The Defendant, Mabel Tindal:
TAKE NOTICE that the Complaint
in this action, together with the Sum
mons, of which the dbove is a copy,
was filed in the office of the Clerk of
Court -of Comnmon Pleas for Claren
don County, South Carolina, on the
28th dpy of October, 1922, and is on
file in said office.
'Weinberg & Stukes,
Dated Nov. 10th, 1922.
Constant Itching Almost
We know there' Is one thing thdlt stoi
8. S. 8. buIlds I hema by the million!I You
can luironso your red-lbloodj cells to thle
pointwhereit is practlenlly lmpossllble
forecematoexist. We tuow that a
blood-cells increase in number, blood im
purities vargsh! Iwe also know that night
follws dy. oth are facts! But have
you, eczema sufferers, ever actually taken
advantage of this wvondelrful fact? Thou
Sandis Just like you have never thoiughit
shout )tl Skin eruptions, eczema with ali
its fiery, skin-digging torture and its soui,
tearing, unreachable itching, pimples,
blackheads and boils, they all pack up and
go, when the tide of b'lood-cells begins to
roll in! Blood-cells are thie fIghting-giants
of nature! A. S. S. b~uilds them by the
million! It has been doing It sInce 18201
B. S. B. ig one of the greatest blood-cell
byiderg, blood.eleansers cnd body build
dre knowo t'o ud lnortdis i When you put
theose tabts together,l-th~en to continue to
lays c emit aria skin eruiptilons looks
shOre ik a sin than a disease. hir.
Arthur N. Smith, Pearl St., Newark, Ohio,
''Mu ittLs girl had a v'ery bad case of
sese. Shes began taking S. S. .9. aeud Is
svcU now. I thank youn veery much.' I ted
sny friende what a good medicine It I*.
cenot talk too much about it, for I lenow
Heare is your opportunity. A. 8. 5. con
teins only vegetablle medIcinnl ingredients.
Because S. A. A. does build red-blood-cells,
it route rheumatism, builds firm flesh,
fills out hollow cheeks, beautifies the com
plexion, buids yeu up when you are'run
down. 8. S. 8. is sold at all drug stoes,
in two sizes. The larger size bottle is the
SUMTER COUNTY FAIR---NOVEMBER 21-24
Bigger and Better Than Ever!
E FI RD'S
Extends You the Glad Hand of
Welcome--Come, Be Here!
READY-TO-WEAR SPECIALS FOR
Nobody But IeFIRD'S could offer Dresses of This Quality and Style at
These Low Prices
MATERIALS Basque Effects
Canton Crepes Circular Skirts
Charmeuse All New Colors
Spanish Laces All Sizes
Georgettes All Styles
Poiret Twills Values.
Panne Velvets Buckles
Straightlines Street Dresses
Side Drapes Afternoon Dresses
Monk Blouse Party Frocks.
Satin and Wool Dresses, neatly tail- Big Values in Silk Lined, Stitched
ored, straight line. Colors: blacks, Collar and Sleeve Bolivia
navies and browns, _Coats, at__ $16.50..
Tricotine and' Poiret Twill Dresses, Velour and Chinchilla
braided and 'embroidery trimmed Coats, at U_
blues and blacks, $14.95 Misses' Fur Collar, Belted and Yoke
Good quality Crepe Dresses, neatly at ___
tailored; blacks and $12.50 Canton and Satin Back Crepe Dress
navies; all sizes es, beautifully tailored;
Poiret Twill Straight Line Dresses, all sizes and colors, at __$22.50
trimmed in chinchilla satin and em- 11-Wool Poiret Twill Dre
broidered, $29.50 e n rie,~ $85
Beautiful Tricotine Dresses, straight GodqaiySgeDseebr
line, lace collar, em- $ ~ eytimdnv n
broidery trimmed - _ ~baka------ 59
Heavy quality Canton Crepe, beauti- Lde'SreDesebak n
fully tailored with nayr$.0epue,$39
panel, and beaded, at at.
Neatly tailored $2rt wl Dreses
silver braid trimmed,$1 95 iasannetyrm- 16 0
straight line, at med -
Poiret Twill and Tricedtine in All Laisbeuflytaord ut,
bWacl sDresses navies and $10.95 blcsadnveo
Silk and Wool Dresses, neatly tailor- Lde'Sis ortTil dT
ed and trimmed, $ 9 oiesrtadtioe olk
Special bak n ais 2 5
Misses' Broadcloath and Boli 'a Stit-- a
chedi Sleeve and Collar -89 euiul alrdS'Vi ~ne
Coats at-------------wl n iioie o ',n~'
Misses' Heavy Plaid and Broadcloth adbak. ~95
Coats; worth $10.00; $7.95 Seila
sale price Lais.rie ndPanB~Ci
Silk Lined Fur Collar Chincilla and Casi rw n re
Bolivia Cloth Coats; $1 sveon- --
worth $22.50, at -_ .'" ag leeikEno(eelCas
Black French Broadcloath and Black seonsmtslcta-$09
Fur aCollar Coats, $19.50 teis_
Better quality Velour Silk. Lined BoiianSprMdeCotbck
Large Silk Stitched / 2" " iv'an rw,$65
Sleeve Cotslatew_ Colors
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