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A VALUABLE FARM IMPLEMENT
The Disk Harrow Leads Other imple
ments in Usefulness.
George M. Logan, Indianapolis, Ind.
If properly understood and used, no
better Implement can be used on the
larm than a good disk harrow. This
information has been gained by act al
e-~xperience in the field and from e x
pisriebce of the best farmers.
Fair sowing oats broadcast .there Is
ao better way than to disk the ground,
thIka siow the oats and disk the ground
again. "The better the seed bed, the
betiter .the crop," is an old adage an~d
that is why it pays any farmer to-disk
his, ground before sowing the oats.
All good farmers know that if they
properly prepare ~their corn ground
before planting, they not oily raise a
-better crop, but less, cultivation is re
quired after the crop is planted. Disk
the ground before plowing, is a good
plan to follow with any condition of
soil. Suppose the groun'd is corn, stub
the disk successfully cuts the
ea1Jving them on the ground
as a fertilizer as well as serving the
purpose of keeping the ground loose.
When plowed, this loose dirt is turn
ed under, and when disked again, a
good seed bed as deep as the furrow
is procured.
Suppose the ground is a heavy blue
grass or timothy sod; if disked well
before plowing, it will plow' better, the
sod will lie fiat and not stand up on
edge causing dry spots on which the
corn will not grow or be a bother in
after-cultivation. A meadow of blue
grass, timothy, or alfalfa that has
become "sod-bound" can be pilaced in
proper condition better by the use of
-the disk harrow than by the use of any
*other Implement.
Very often the ground is dry enough
to allow the top to be wor'ed one or
two Inches, but is too wet to be plow
ed; by disking this ground can be put
In proper condition for plowing much
sooner and the seed bed will also be
Improved. A seed bed which has
been prepared, but which has since
been packed down by heavy ra~lns,
can be put in better condition, with
less expense and time, with the disk
barrow than with any other imple
ment.
The question of size Is important.
Whether it should be a four, five, six,
seven, or an eight-foot harrow depends
entirely upon the condition of the soil
and the amount of horse power at the
farmer's command. Whether the disk
blades should be si-xteen, eighteen, or
twenty Inches in diameter is another
matter. Of these three, the 16-inch is
th r size, for it will disk the
gh~round fiv~and one-half or'six inches,
which is as deep as practical, and it
will cut the ground better and easier
andu has less draught than the larger
sizes. A disk is not a wheel running
over the ground and carrying a load
like a wagon; It is a plow, or a spade,
cutting and turning the soil..
To better illustrate, draw three cir
eles, one sixteen inches, one eighteenr,
and one twenty inches in diameter;
then draw a straight line across each
of them,-say four inches from the
edge: which one of these three circles
will require the most weight to put It
In the ground up to the line? Which
one will have the larg"st body ot dirt
to move at one revoktion? Which one
will stir the ground best on acceount of
speed? Then consider that on the disk
-harrow there are eight, ten, twelve
fourteen or sixteen of these circles
Look Eat it .from another standpoint
Does not the front wheel of a wagon.
when loaded equally, cut depper in the
ground than the hind wheel, and does
it not break or cut a rail in two that
the hind wheel will almost jump over
without marking?
The 20-inch disk harrow is some
times unsatisfactory and the farmer
who has made the mistake of investing
In a harrow not adapted to his sail gets
an entirely wrong opinion of i'ts use
fulness. The' owner of a good disk
harrow finds it the best Implement
that can be used on the farm.
EVENERS.
Reply to W. Bestwick, Mervin, Sask.
"Will you sehd me a description of
how to make a 3-horse and also a 5
horse evener?"
The illustration shows the 3-horse
evener in combination with the 5
horse. The dimensions, however, from
the center hole to the outside holes
are given, also the length of the single
trees. You will note that the ev~ener
is seventy-five inches long, and the
main hole is thirty Inches from
one end and forty-five inches from the
raucestne st.ranz won Ene c-pefating
mechanism.
Centrlfugal force is what causee
separation in all cream separator
bowls, but there are several conditions
which affect the thoroughness of its
work. The first separator bowls made
were hollow and centrifugal force was
required to act upon the milk exs
masse. It was nescessary that these
bowls be revolved at an excessively
high rate of speed to insure suflicieni
centrifugal force being developed to
force the milk solids, other than but
ter fat, through the thick wall of milk
e the onter edge of the bowl. Fur
Heres tep
WE HAVE A PIAN
No music house in the Unit
makes and grades to sel(
: There are instruments rang
pensive pianos in the wc
Wesell-both---for cash or,
gans in part payment foi
A glance at the list below c
that we can furnish you
a piano or organ.
Where quality is paramount
Inves
Some pian
Everett Pianos
John H. Williams Pianos
Estey Pianos
Jannsen Pianos
Ludwig Pianos
* Enabe Bros. Co. Pianos
John Church Co. Pianos
HarAard Piajos
H. P. Nelson Pianos
1 Gerhard Pianos
Marshall & Wendall Pianos
WE SELL AUTOMATIC INSTRU
S Estey Reed and Pipe, Wendall I
We offer at bargain prices a stock
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ing from the most mode4
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wili arrange terms, and N
new ones.
f some of our more popt
most anything you couk
we meet any competitic
tigation or corresponden
Ps and player pia
Foster 11 Co. Pianos
Haines % Co. Pianos
Bellman t Driggs Pianos
-Stanwell ' Sons Pianos
Wagner Pianos
Schriller I Sons Pianos
Boudior Panos
Little Jewell Pianos.
DIlman i Co. Pianos
Bridewell # Sons Pianos
Stos ell # Co. Piant s
M4ENTS OF EVERY DESCRIPT
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teed, Delmund Reed, Victor
of usel Panos and Grgans of various
thorough'y overhauled.
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wonderful assortment of
ound in our lines.
't in price to the most ex
vill take old pianos and or
ilar lines will convince you
I wish for in the shape of
>n.
e solicited.
w0s we sell
Dayton Pianos
Auto Pianos
Peerless Player Pianos
Feerless Electric Pianos
Emerson Angelus Pianos
'ianisla Pianos
Angelus Pianos
Boudoir Player Pianos
Brewster Pianos
Knab> Angeles Pianos.
ION OPERATD BY ELCTRICITY
Victrolas and Talking Machines.
makes which we have traded in and
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METAL
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LAIDRIGHT
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SHINGLES
2 No d-noboerandwhenene
laid they makes a h stormpof
becmed fothe wood single.
As to price-they cost no more than a
good wood shingle, and in some places they cost much less.
Roofs put on 26 years ago ureastood asnew today, and havenever needed repairs.
H EA TH, BRUCE, MORROW CO., Pickens, S. CD.
Doctors Use This for Eczema
-Dr. Evans. Ex-Comlmissioner of Health, Prescription for eczema and absolutely
says: ''There is almost no relation be- guarantee that it will take away the
tween skin diseases and the blood." The itch the instant you apply it.
skin must be cured through the skn If you are suffering from any form of
The germs must be washed out. and so skin trouble we would like to have you
salves have long ago been found worth- come to our store, for we have had the
tess. The most advanced physicians of agency of this remedy for so many
this country are now agreed on this, and years that we can tell you all about
are prescribing a wash of wintergreen. D.D.D. Prescription and how It cures
thymol and other ingredients for eczema ecea In fact, we are so sure of what
and all other skin diseases. This com- D.D.D. will do for you that we will be
pound is known as D.D.D. Prescription glad to let you have a $1 bottle on our
for Eezema. guarantee that it will cost you nothing
Dr. Holmes, the well known skin spe- unless you find that it does the work.
cialist writes: '-I am convinced that the For that matter a trial bottle for 25c
D.D.D. Prescription is as much a specific ought to be enough to absolutely prove
for eczema as quinine for malaria, We the merits of the remedy.
have been prescribing the D.D.D. remedy Drop into our store anyway and we
We, eour-selves vouch for the D.D.D. Will tell you all about this great remedy.
Pickens Drug Company
Southern Railway
Schedules Effective Feb. 9, '12 from Easley, S. C.
N. B.-The following schedule figures are published only as informa' ion and
atre not guaranteed. ARRIVE FROM THE SOUTH -
No.44 ATLANTA.__..____.---.. -- .-..2.20 am
Stops to discharge passengers from Atlanta, or to receive
passengers north of Charlotte.
No.-3i NEW ORLEANS and ATLANTA_.. 5.4'a
Stops only on Sundays
No. 42 SENECA (Daily except Sunday)----8.35 amp
c. 12 ATLANTA------------1.15 pm
< 40 ATLAMTA--_--__ ---....---6.25 pm
. BIRMINGHAM and ~ATLANTA.- 7.55 pm3
:, o 3 harge passengers from Atlanta and to receive .
1 as -n Sorth of Charlotte.
ARRIVE FROM THE NORTH
29 NEW YORK and WASHINGTON-_...._-_7.08 am
Stops to takk on passengers for Atlanta and bef'od
30) CHARLOTTE_-..........-_..._--___....--11.55 am
11 CHARLOTTE..__._-...................-- ...--4.0pmn
41 CH ARLOTTE-- ........._.-_- ..-_-...-_-9.55 pm
For further information apply to Ticket Agent or correspond ~A ich
W. R. 1A BER, P. &'T, A. J. L. MEEK. A.G. P. A.
Gr:eenville S. C. Atlanta. Ga.
- ~ ...PICKENS BANK
T PICKENS, S. C
C $55,000
INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS
- ..- .... -- J. McD Bruce, President.
I. M. Mauldin, Cashier.
(Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium)~
Its beneficial ef. Stubborn cases . ..a are
fets are tusually yield toP. P. P. lsting-it cures
felct very quicki -whe thermedi- you tostay cured
nes are useless
P.P. P.
M a rich, red, pure blood-cleanses the entire
systm - r the brain - strengthen~s digestion and nerves.
e rpci?fic for Blood Poisonuandl skin diseases.
S- on t Rheumistfsm and Stops the Pain; ends Mlalaria;
\.2.ef:Iu tenie and body-builder. Thousands endorse it.
F'. V. LIPPMAN, SAVANNAH, GA..
PICKENS DRUG CO.
BURRISS METAL SHINGLES AND
GALVANIZED BARN ROOFING
It iiint ne~cssarv for us' to say mnuch about our T1.
n. 's in this section. for we have more houses cov ere
hrer w ithi our goods than any other shingle onthe ma rket
uo in:: for onatraction and expansion. which others have
ntThreftore. you never have a leaky house when you
use our ::~Is. The harn Roofing alo has the Ilurriss
PattLoc k attached. and it is fast taking the ilace of the
--"cipand corragated Roofing.
W rite or call on me. or I will call
JOHN L. THORNLEY, Salesman.
*PIK ENS. c.
anufactured by
T. T. BRISSC & SON, Anderson, S.

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