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THE SOUTH MI
oft Successful *Systen
1 W. M. Goodm;
Tt. V. A . \fman, President of the
a e,:t or i -.wssee, says, "There
iro uti A s unis of farms in the
S!0outh n?', Iave a cow, a sow
ur r : ' G. must have them.
These things are necessary to the
I00to1tnic home'life of every farmii."
All development in agricultural re
gione of the South depends upon a
diversified farming system, and as Dr.
Morgan and other autiorities have
pointed out, the most successful sye
-tet includes livestock in its program.
The South has never produced enough
beef, pork, mutton and milk products
\dd the sows, the
.fnd poultry, with
well, and a change
plenty will' be
t very short time.
Mistake Over And
buyers instead of
ps that Could and
t hone; placing anl
-y of progress over
A cow and sow, sheep and poultry
Vegetables for home use on every far r
vhileh we have takei an annual tumnbe.
T'he day has como, however, when a
change for the better will he froced
tipon us. We have followed the
wvrong course till we have about
'eacihed the end, and the only way
left opein is In making our farns solf
Austatling. This can he done. The
fariers of this section can raise
nearily everything required for home
use, and have a surplus of imany prod
!i(tS that can be old for cash.
TI Solve Our Problems
creage dievotedl to the
ni and forage crops and
hi ai properly balanced
- -uires, and the increased1
istock necessary to es
. t blanc011ed agriculture,
:ed cotton acreage will
A....andu then ftundamiuental
problieL' of maintaining the fertility
of the land will be largely accom
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:by far the best vahto in a car to
Porhaps you have not seen one. I
Write us. Or come to see us.
Dont buy any car until you have
F. S. DBamn
206 W. 1
ri Includes Livestock In
in, Editor Farming
And that is the only way. No plans
for co-operative marketing, or legisla
tion to aid th- farmers of the South,
can be of much benent to the man
who robs his land under a one crop,
slip-shod farming system, and buys
his meat and bread.
The Southern farmer who raises
cows, hogs, poultry, grain and for.
age crops is not hurt much by low
prices for his money crop. He can
live at home, see his wealth increase
with the improvement of his lands.
and be in a position to profit by any
successful movement for the benefit
of farming Literests.
Liming Lands And Use Of Fertilizers
Livestock raising and datrying in
the South can be made prolitable in
dustries, an11d some stock should he
ruised on every f:arm, but livestock
minust be 1fed, ind It is the'refoie nee.
essary to ra2l 'se forage crops and es
tahlish good pasturesIW.
Legumes mIniake land rich and fur,
grain and forage creps, fruits and
i, will solve most of our farm prob
nish excellent hay crops, but in order
to raise these crops sucecessfully the
farm'r iust use lime, rield phosphate,
and, in addition, mixed fertilizers
where required. Agricultural au
thorities agree that lime is the
foundatlon of successful diversified
farminmg. It insures better crops, to
he turned under or fed to livestock
and the manure returned to the
fields, and therefore an increase in
the producing power of soils.
We should make the most of the,
economic condlitionis which contribute
to tho developmenft of tihe South us a
great diversliid farmning and lve
stock country. Tio (do this, every
faurmer zmust hear in mind that it is
irgely a mnatter of indIividual effort,
thazt the best way to begin is to make
a start on his own farm, and then
go to work with the determiniation to
do his part. .
ess with a concern that always
iou, pay for, always tries to please
r pa tronage, do business with
needlanything in its line.
mnt is entitled to y our trade fi
,EENVILLE, our big sister ci
ndividuals whose names appe
tsiness In GREENVILLE
S DRY GOODS
SLadies and Children's
nage Will Be Appreciated
v, wh the TWo YE:AR G;UARANTEE:I
I1 aybeu you wanUt some literature on the
Two marriages of much interest t,
the friends of the contracting partie
took place at the little matrimonia
mill near Cateechee when oi Satur
day, the 25 inst., about 7:45 p. in
Mr. Mayor Chambers claimed for hi
bride Miss Pearl Palmer. After th,
court was called to order by the o<
miller, J. Alonzo Brown, and inquir
ing if there were any objections ou
lined by the plaintiff and hearinj
none, judgment was rendered in fav
or of Mayor which gave him a cool
so long as Mayor keeps anything t,
The groom is a son of Mr. and Mr.
Chambers of Central and holds i
position with the Isaqueena Mill Co
while his bride is a daughter of Mi
and Mrs. Coke Palmer of the sam
On Sunday, 26 inst., about 2:30 1:
im., Mr. Pat vitt filed notice wit1
the old miller that he was without
cook and that he was expecting th
boll weevils t play havoc with cotto
this yeari he centemplated raising
bumper corn crop and would be i
great need of some one to cook cor
bread:l and cibbage. As he had mad
kncwn his wishes to Miss Matti
Elrod and she had acquiesced the ol
m1 iller (ecided no one else had an
right to interfer with "Pat's busi
ness" ard the old miller filed an il
junction restraining anyone fror
stopping Pat from making corn c
Mattie from cooking it.
The groom is a son of Mr. and Mr,
Lawi cnce Evatt of Central R 3 an
is a promising young farmer whil
his bride is a daughter of Mr. an
Mrs. William Elrod of Central R
and is a beautiful young lady. Man
Miss Mills, Miss Gantt and M
Curtis were the members of ot
teaching corps who attended the r4
eent meeting of teachers at Clems'
Mis Gantt, primary teacher, wi
compelled to return to her home i
Pickens last week on account of it
ness. We hope she will soon be ab
to resume her duties.
As the old saying goes, "revenge
'swcet".- After their recent defeat
17 to 11 on the Twelve Mile groun,
the "Martin Tigers" began sharpenii
their claws in the hope that th
would some day again encounter t
enemy. On Wednesday of last we
the baseball team of Twelve M
wandered into the (len of the tigt
and met defeat at the hands of t
latter by a score of 38 to 21. We ho
to soon witness another battle I
tween these two teams.
On. March 11, the relatives a
friends gathered at the home of Mi
Andrew Pcrritt to celebrate her 49
birthday. At noon time a large tal
was spread with all kinds of go
things to eat.
In the afternoon the old folks gal
ered in the parlor andl sang some go
(:1( time songs.
IIn the evening when we all part
it was sad to think that probably
wvould never meet again, b~ut we he
that Mrs. Perritt will live to enj
many more occasicns.
rst. He is your neighbor a
ty, where the business mel
ar in this directory are knO
If you wish to know somiething
vice, ask any of our owners. Al
. NEVS FROM CROW CREEK.
(Intended for last week)
People of this section are very
much behind with their farm work on
. account of the wet weather. Hope it
will socn fair up so we can get some
5 plowing done.
2 Mr. Dave Stephens of the Pearidge
I section is visiting his son Mr. Bart
- Stephens in Crow Creek.
t Mr. L. G. Fanning is having a new
house built on the farm of D. H.-Alex
The friends of Mr. Dock Kelley will
be glad to learn that he is recovering
from an attack of pneumonia fever.
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Alexander visit
ed their children in Oconee one day
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bryant are
visiting relatives near Shady Grove.
Mr. Harve Galloway was visiting
in this section a short time ago.
0 FOR SALE.-Brackets and Insula
t tors also Telephone and Electrical
a supplica, see. Walter Hester at The
a Pickens Sentinel.
setting eggs 81.
A. P. Hi
265 to 300
Ig 448 Outside White House Pah;
LY 403 Pearl Gray " "
he 435 Bungalow Brown " "
ek 445 Olive Green " "
h CERTAIN-TEED pain
good things said about
1)e in Certain-teed never disal
e- I the quality when you stir it
can feel the quality wher
spreads so easily and co,
surface than you expect.
Certain-teed paint has to
dhas to live up to the Cer
th Saves you money too, be
- made on a cost plus basis.
0 See us before painting - it
PAINT - VARNISH - ROOFING - UIN4
E IN GF
*nd helping you to build up yol
i are always glad to see you at
wn by The Sentinel to be relia
ers In Greenville
TON & GUERIRY
' FURNITURE CO.
of the Cyclone truck an~d Cytlere Ser
I are satisfierl.
tet & Trd: Co.
COMMUNITY PRESSING CIU3.
Next Door To Edwards & Darsey.
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, and Al.
All work Called For
Give God Your Heart and Summey
Your Clothes and We will Keep You
M. E. SUMMEY. Prop.
, MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved Farms in Pickens,
Oconee and Greenville counties. City
pioperty, G eenville, Easley and
R. E. BRUCE, Pickens, S. C.
Office Over Keowee Bank.
We, the undersigned hereby prohibi
all persons from hunti-g, fishing
cutting timber or trespasssfng in an.
manner upon our lands, under ful
penalty of th law.
W. 11. C. Rice
M. A. Albertson
-'. T. Hooper
notice I will sell
)0 per setting.
dquarters for E
ur Certain-teed Pri
Gal. Quart No.
it $3.50 $1.1) 900 Universal Ve
3.30 1.05 33 Dark Oak Va
3.G9 .95 13 Ivory Interic
2.80 .90 461 Barn, Bridge
t lives up to all the
it. Quality like that
)points. You can see
-it has body. You
you spread it - it
rers so much rnore
be good, because it
cause each color is
will pay you. "
)LEUM -Oil CLOTH & RELATER PRODUC
ir home town and county. 'i
d will take pleasure in helpir
bie. Tell them you are from
The Car that outstripped h
NEAR THE AMElRlCAN
IWe appreciate th
we receive .firm
You are always
in lthe lo mett
you'f find Pee Gee
Re-nullac will give
you splendid results
-you can do the
work yourself and
at small expense.
It brightens wroodwork
picture frames, lighting
fixtures. It freshens and
renews every surface it
touches-try it to-day
You'll bodelighted with it.
Pee Gee RE-NU-LAC comes
Inal sizes from 24 up.
Made int 20 Natural WVood
and Enamel Colors. White,
Gold and Silver.
Peasiea-Gaulbert Co., Inc.
Ask For Color Card
ft - -* .
Pickens Lumber Co.
Fizkens, S. C.
Per Pr Per
Gal. Quart Pint
rnish $3.70 $1.25 $0.80
rnish Stain .85 .55
r Enamel 1.25
& Roof Pt. 1.80
L L E...
Vhen he cannot supply
g you to get just what
-the VELIE Car.
igher priced cars at PIKES
HANK, GlimENVHIIE, S. C.
e liberal1 patronage
the good people of
ev Hardware Co.
yue, l. C.