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TWO CROP SYSTEMS
ADVISED FOR 1915
New Bulletin Offers Tenant Farner
and Two-Horse Farmer of State a
Clemson College, March 15.-Prac
tical advice, for the small tenant farm
er and for the farmer who works from
two to five horses is contained in Bul
letin F, the latest bulletin in the Farm
ers' Reading Course of the extension
division of Clemson College. In addi
tion to the two papers discussing these
crops systems for 1915 Is a paier on
the South Carloina live stock problem
by one of the most successful prac
tical breeders of live stock in the
Tihe bulletin is entitled "Demon
stration Papers" and contains three
papers that were read at the semi
annual meeting of Demonstration
Agents recentfly held at Clemson col
The first of the three is entitled
"The Bebf Cattle Problem in South
Carolina" and is by L. I. Gulon, of
Dugoff, Kershaw County. Mr. Gulon
is known throughout the state as
one of the most successful beef cat
Ile breeders in South Carolina. He
has treated his subject briefly and
simply and what he has to say will be
we'll worth the attention of any farm
er who is thinking of trying his hand
at feeding cattle for -beef -produc-tion.
"A 1915 Crop System for Small
Tenant Farmers" is the title of th(
second paper in the bulletin. It is by
J. Frank Williams, demonstratior
Agent for Sunter County, and its con
tents are explained by its name.
"The Two to Fifty-Horse Farmer Ir
1915" is the third contribution and ih
by T. M. Mills, demonstration agen
for Newiberry County. Mr. Mills goe
thorough into eight separate ifarn
practices which Clemson College anl
the demonstration work are urginj
South Carolina farmers to carry ou
All these papers are brief and ver;
simply written. The bulletin also con
tains a complete directory of the en
tention and demonstration specialist
at Olenson Obllege and of the count
and district agents. Bulletin F is fre
and niay he obtained from any count
agent in the statc or by writing to Shl
n ey S. Rittenberg, Clemson College.
New line wall paper just in, new an
prtty patterns, prices f-onm oc Ic
S. M. & E. IT. WI LKES & CO.
Why Is It?
, "Of the G7,000 varieties of thing
about women's ways that it it imtpo!
ibl for a mni to uderst]ind," sal
a quiet observer, "I will mention o1
one. Why is it that women butto
on their coats the other way fr.i
the way in which a ma n buttons o
lis coat? A man's coat Is so mnad
that the buttons com'. on the left si:
or half of the garment, when it
buttoned. In a woman's coat, the bu
tons come on the right side. Whe
ai woman puts en a man's overca
the first thing she says is always thim
'Why. it buttons on the wrong way
Of course, the man thinks thmat ti:
woman's way is wrong, and the on1
thing that is certain about it. is tb:
the man's coat buttons on one si<
iindl the woman's on the other."
Newv York Courier b'ittsbu gh Dl
See outr Ride Walk 'Sulkeys. s(eer
styles to select from, pic'ies fr'om $1.
S. .\. & E. I1. WIIE ES & CO.
IHas Had Many Rulers.
The name Roumnania comies .do
Trom the (lays of Roman rule, ti
country previous to thtat being ovc
run by semitnmdc Grotae and D~
olans, Its vicissitudes, transform
tions, malformations and reformatioi
have been innumerable, being rul<
by this and that exploiting nation, at
it only reached its present indepen:
-once after the Russo-Tatrk war
1877, and with the .settlement f
that time of the "Eastern question" l
the congress of Berlin in 1878, Rc
-mania became in area and impuls
the little kingdomn of today,
Greatest of AII
s Humanm Blessinj
'The moaht wonderful thing in the we
is love expresed In the helplesa infa
And among thi
* expectant mothers
the , well kamo
SThis Is an exter;
application to ens
the abdominal mi
eh to becomo m
' hdue pain from
:straIn upon cord 01and ligaments.
Applied as direce 1:pon those muts<
*Involved it sotes to i'no network
inerves wlit whic .:t the muscles
supplIed. ;Xhus a g at share of the pa
so much areaded miay bo av'oldod and
perlodl of expectancy passed in domfor
There ts 11o question but what si
relief has -a snarked infhuence upon
general health of the mother.
Ina a little book sent by mall much t
ful InformatIon is given to inexperlen
methers. It tells how to use "Moth
Friend" and how to ovoid catting brea
It has been prepared in our haborat
for' over forty'years and is known fat
ably to most druggists everywhere.
2.-lyottle to-day and write for b'ook
Bradnleid flegulator Ce., 309 1.amar il
Atlanta, (la. Do sure to askc for
ignoran0* of the Bible.
One thingis tundentable-knowledge
of the. Bible Is far less general now
than it was in the days ofiny child.
hood. That amuzihg familiarity with
the' sacred' book withi, which Joh.n
Richard Green credits the people of
England in the ,days of the common
wealth had persisted until my boy
hood among the sons of the Puritans
and the Scotch irish m New tijgland
and In New York state. It was not
universal, but it was general. The
kind of tests by which college stu
dents and students in secondary schools
are frequently In these daya made to
display an ignorance of the Bible which
is astounding could hauve been passed
with creditsby the majority of country
boys and girls sixty or seventy years
ago. But this thorough acquaintance
of earlier generations with the Bible
was not due to. any considerable ex
tent to the public school. All that we
learned. about the Bible in school
would have added very little to our
store spf religious knowledge. It was
in our churches and our Sunday
schools, but chiefly in our homes. that
most of us learned what we knew
about the Bible.-Washington Gladden
A high abhool student writes this of.
fiee inquiring what constitutes a "liter
ary style." Without trying to answer
this interesting and difficult question.
two remarks may be cited hat throw
light on it.
When Charlps James Fox was told
that his speech read well he retorted,
"Then it was a bad speech." "When
one of my congregation would tell me
at the end of a service that the ser
mon was One," Dr. Lyman Abbott has
said. "I knew I had made a failure."
In general the style is good when it
fits the thought so well that the style
itself does not attract attention. As
soon as you begin to be copsclous of
the style-unless of course you are
reading with that end In view-you
may be pretty sure It's bad style
Style is something like clothes or fur
niture. The well dressed man is the
I man whose clothes do not attract at
tentlon. The well furnished room is
the one you go out of satisfied. but
unable to describe the furniture.-Kan
sas City Star.
Short and dharp Justlee.
It was short and sharp justice that
was meted out to the emmunistq in
the Parls of the seventies. Sir Willin m
n Butler in "An Autobiography" tells of
v a visit to the prison of La Roquetto:
"We were shown into a small court
yard by a young naval lioutenant. who
coolly explained to us the processes of
the trhil and execution of the cominun
ists. 'We st rip their right shoulders.'
lie said. 'If the skin of the neck atnd
shoulders shows the dark mark pro
duced by the kick of the ehn-sepot
rifle the court pronounces the single
word "classe:" if there Is no mark of
s discoloration on the shonkler tle presi
dent 'says "pasmse" and the man is re
n leased. Those to whoml) "('htsse" is said
Y are shot. One hundred and Iifty were
a shot .at daybreak this norning in this
e Folks' Good Opinion.
Few persons (10 not value the good
opinion or others. I'uliniag (own the
t- character or some otie else 14 not the
n way to bu1 III) your own; the ruin
t of another does not inean yoitr build
ing upi. Theriie tire somei who i apeair
to tinik anlother'as piossessionis somte
0 thing takent fromi themselves. This is
Y a mnista ke. To ipoiut out ani error in
Lt another's (barnecter It is not to pirove'
1e a corresponding virtuae in one's ownu.
-Let your chief aimi tie to mrnke vour
s- self wor'thy ot the goodi op~inionl o
others. ilelittling them is a plIn
acknowledgment of .a conscious fautfi
al of your own. The way to win the good
10 o'pinion of others is to be' worthy of It.
if you arp you will not need to call at
tention to It.-MIlwaukee Journal.
Racket or Raquette.
'n When you use the racket in playing
to tennis yotu do not stop to tinik what
r- It mena and how difficult it hais been
a- to trace the word. Some thotught that
a- it was so called because of theo noise
is made by the bali striking it, but this
ad is impossible. The real origin is from
ad the French raquette, the palm of the
d.- hand, which was originally used in
rf the game before the racket was in
>r vented. It's all very simple when you
05 Cured by Buggestlon.
"And you say that Jorikins was cured
- of an extremely bad case of insomnia
"Yes, purely by suggestion. Hisa
Swife suggested that since he could not
sleep he might as well sit up and
amuse the baby. it worked like a
fo * All Through.
1s "Your friend appears to think that(
R life has nothing more to teach him."
taa "Yes; he seems to imnagine he is the
ble only living alumnus of the school of ex
% perience."--Seatthe Post-intelligencer,.
>Ut As He Osw it.
the Wife-Please hurry up. Hlaven't you ~
les ever buttoned a dress behInd before'? C
of Huabby-No; you never had a dress
rethat buttoned before behind.-Life. v
. * ChIna's Jean of Are
ach Chins bad 'her Joan of Are. Tradi
t~tion tells' of a maiden, Mou Len, who.
so..' In the garb of a man, led the armies
cod of the empire to victory.
ory Anoient Earrings.
'or- The great Jtivenal is authority for
the statement ,tbai earrings wore wvorn
g~., by all the males resIdIng in the iaai
here and on
ing with new
GB! CALOM[llS UI
aomel Sickens? Don't Los
Liver and Bowels with
Ug)il C'alomel makes you sick. It'i
rrblel Take a dose of the danger.
us drug tonight and tomorrow ye'
hSy lose a day's work..
Calomel ls mercury or quicksllvet
bch causes necrosis of the 'bones
alomel, when it comes into contac
dth sour bile crashes ii.to it, break
ig it up. This is when you feed tha
ful nausea and cramnping.,, If yo1
e luaggish and "all knocked out", 1
or liver is torpid and bowels con
tipated or you have headache, dizzi
B, coated tongue,s i betth is be
harmless D~odsotn's Iver* Tone tc
here.'s my garentee-Go to an
will have i
Lity and wi
) every HE
:OAT SUIT E
ion. All that if
Friday we ask
v Spring Good
f our Ladies' ar
ess Goods and'
ie a Day's Work! Clean you
"Dodson's Liver Tonic."
13odson'a Liver Ione.5 Tce a bo1)0
fu- an i i adoaesn't str iten 1
vigorous I want you to o back to LI
store and get your m icy. Dodson
calinel becauise it is al liver 1me
cine; e-*Ircly vegela le, therefore
fti tI avet01 omake yo Hik.u
I dson's Liver 'Tone will put yol
Ssluggish liver to ivo>d cai o
teot an i in g y.ou fel yisrabl
:veguaran ee it' ttl o f o ao
1 r n wil kci ortie d ai
Sgione nnel they like lits Pleasant tas
.r of corre
th a decid
lends a w
Oepartment is al:
; new and nobbj
that you inspeci
4T of our store
i and we. ask
Ld Misses' Slippe:
.NS, S. C.
NB. DIAL A. C. Toor
DIA.L & TODD
Attorneys at Law
e nterprise Bank Bdtiding, Laurce% S.C
J PRACTICE IN ALL COURITS
toe to loan on Real Estate-Lonj
B. R. TODD
Engineering and Contracting
Land S4urveys a Specialty
of inerte Work Sklllfnfly done or la
id Srawings and estima of all Kin4
Telephone No. 346
It SUMMONS FOR lRELIEF.
iiState of So till aroInSeved
ir County of Laur in es.
s- .\adora Fleming, Plaintiff,
I ' against
I's Larry Fleming, litty llarklsdale li
n. F'lemlng, William Fleming, Alfr<
lo FlemIng, Bennle Lee Fleming, I)
l' racena Fleming, D~ouglass Flemnin
t. atito Bell Fleming, Mamln 1icr
o ready for
r awaits you
lng, LuIcile Fleming, Sallie Fleming,
Nannie Fleming, Susie Fleming,
Stoho F'leminig andl( C. H1. Duckett,
To the Defendants above named:
Yuae hereby summoned and re
action which wvas fied in the ofilee of
the 'Clerk or the Court of Common
Pleas for the County of Laurens ini
said state, on the 25th day or Febru
ary, 1915, and to serve a copty of your
answer to the said complaint on the
subscribers, at their omile at Laurens,
5. C., within twenty days after the ser
vice hereof, exclusive of the (lay ot
such service; and if youdall to answer
the complaint within ,the time afore..
said, the aPlaintiff in/this action -will
apliy to the Cottrt 6r reliof demand
ed in the compla'ny
Dated Feb. 25th, 1915.
Ferguson, Featherstone & Knight,
*. To the Non-Rlesident Defendntsi, Lar
ry F'lemuing, WVilliamn Fleming, Al
'fred Flintg and~l tenie Lee
You will lease take not ice that the
original Summ Ions antd Conmp lint t.in
tis action was tiled with the Clerk of
the (curt for Laurents Coutnty, State
of SoutIh Carolina, on thle 25th day of
Febrauiry, 1915, and lai on file now in
e sid( otlce.
(1 Lauiren's, S. C., Feb. 25, 191 5.
)- F'ergu son, F'eathiierston e & Kniiigh t,
Attorneys 'for Plain tiff.