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SOUTH CAROLINA IS1
.Establishment of Real Stock Ma
Gives Farmers Selling
-. To Those Ai
Cham i pion Heord tc blsi -
South Carolina is b. r prepared to
day for the raising of livek tan
ever before in her h istory. Not oi ly
is tiher mre dry f ed and pa .uurage
in the state, but. at hast there are nar
hots alzo-- good mlirkets. that p't. tim I
South Carolina stocki ra i or on an
eqiual footntea with the citiWIn cf any
Other locality. 11,1vin1 made om y
preparations and takeni nini-,wous iv
liminary ste. and ater nakiig t vo
actuaiil exper 1.imtsl last yar. the ex
ten iotm divisionl of ('lemson Colb- 1ge i.
proparefd now to uiidertahe to super
vise the feeditt: and marketing of
thousands Of Cattle an 1(d 11ms thi. win
itor and spring and is iaking arrange
'I'lTe live stock markets of the state
are at Greenville, Greliwood, Rock
Mill, Columbia, llorenee and Charles
ton. At eali point livestock pens are
under construction. These cities arm
concentration and selling points. A
man raising cattle and hoks will ship
them for marke( to the one of these
points nearest to him. The railroads
havo granted what is known as a sell
Ing-in-transit rate which will help
greatly in reducing the cost of trans
portation. In short, the facilities for
marketing are already here.
Buyers Coming Here.
W. W. Long, state agent and direc
tor of extension at Clemson College,
has made arrangements with a number
of prominent stock buyers of the east
ern markets to attend the sales in
'South Carolina. There will be two
sales periods this season, one a mid
. winter sale and the other a spring
sale, and the buyers will come to
South Carolina on these two occasions
and go from one to another of the cen
tral market points. This reverses the
older order of things, under-which the
South Carolina farmer shipped his cat
tle to eastern markets and trusted to
his luck for what he could get for
This co-operative marketing plan
thas received wide attention outside
the state and a number of leading
farm publications have noticed it fav
orably. It is also considered by the
United States department of agricul
'ture as one of the best methods possi
'ble of developing the livestock industry
of the South.
Illustrated posters were 4nt from
Clemson College late in July urging
.farmers to select their feeders in Aug
'ust. In response to this, many people
wrote to the college asking where
'feeders could be purchased and ex
'pressing their intention to buy. Banks
are assisting greatly in the work by
lending money on livestock and help
Good Night Corns,
Good Boy "Gets-It"
Newi- Plan Con Iiteedy Ti't N everI
Fall~s.. Th'e S4imipie, ('ommonwn Mest'iu
Yiou hootr (orn-ilimiperst, with icorn1
wvrinkhes and hiearit pindlS tit do(w!
tonight andif pmt a lew (rops of (let a
anal .-1 , tont'
it in just a tow secondIr, withouiit liti
or tr'otule. What's thii use'i applyin
salves tht makei(( tomye taw and( son
thatI make crnis s-we'll, handages thli
miake. it misery to walk'I tape tli
sticks, gr-easy oitmlents4, anti oth
easty way,* quick, simple)I(, sure.' lie
way. That's (com1 mon11 sentse. i r
"(Gets-it"' also for warts andu huniiion:
''(ets-it'' can't hurt-thle cor'n loosen|
ftndi colmes irighit off-clean off.
"Gets-it" is sold1 at all diruiggist
25c a bottle, or- sent dlirect bty 10. Lai
rence & Co., Chicago. Sold in Iautrei
and recommended as the world's bei
corn remiedy b~y Imutrenis Drug Co., ar
1conios rug Store.
JUSTRY IN EARNEST
rkets at Six Places in Stat's
Uoo'd Type or Lee bire.
rig far er 0s to ar-ranlge their' fl
HIw M hate (.:yIIa food some cattle
thstala d wViI0h.
How to Select Feeders.
Wrmir whoi hve not yet. -electfed
hoh i t.der-. sh !onld do soat once. In
with' 1o hwky lorm I)o not take
;aMyffgg VtHT willsallow hoies.
Ih1 collstil lt onl of t he aniial has an
im1portanit hea ring oil hils valuIe as a
feedl.. 'Thllis i I id lt(i )y a abort,
broa1d heald. broad mu~e openl nlos
I rils, Iarge hne l 1-i i at ni id clear eye.
Iook o.perinily t ihe head, as the Ie
niainder of tI,, atinal gienerally corre
spoils to tle lead. Pi clk a short,
Anotier important point is feeding
(npac ity. Jut as a dairy cow is a
mach ine for turning feed into milk,
so is a berf animal a machine for turn
ing feed into beef. Select feeders with
big feeding capacity.
Quality, which is important also, is'
Indicated by general form, fineness of
hair, size of bone and horn and thick
ness of skin.
Farmers who have stock of their
own breeding are advised to keep
tljem for feeding and not to sell them
off grass this fall. It is profitable to
finish cattle. The finished steer Is the
one that brings the most money.
Care of Cattle.
The care of feeding cattle is most
important. There Is much truth in the
old Flemish proverb that "the eye of
the master fattens his cattle." Two
men may give their cattle exactly the
same feed, yet one lot of stuff may do
much better than another, merely be
canuse of the difference in care. One
point to remember is to watch the cat
tie closely for scours. When an animal
scours the chances are that it is get
ting too much feed or unbalanced feed.
Another point to be observed is regu
larity of feeding and watering. Let
ting a steer go several hours past its
feeding time may cause It to gorge it,
self to such an extent as to develop
serious trouble with its digestion. In
general, a safe rule is that the .cattle
that are best cared for will fatten best.
The feeding of the cattle and hogs
for these co-operative markets will be
directed by the demonstration and ex
tension forces of Clemson College. The
feeding will be supervised directly by
the county demonstration agents,
while all special cases will receive at
tention from the livestock specialists
of the extension division of Clemson
SIDN1DY S. RITTrEIFN1Ul,
Clemson Agricultural College.
EN0iIEE- SA rLF. UPHIE LI).
Sipartanhur'g. Oct. I .--Lewis WV. Part
kor and111 ass4)Iil es get te iproiperty of
Ithe I':n0r0' .\lnufacI'turing ('otuipany at
their11( hid o $2iii,001 , accorodinig to1 a
ltiide ii rendere by ldge 13 ensh lof
th ai ret olnc thsaterno.The
aday llao nd lense iue anVt ord)
En-or(ee oipany ito sho PIaus why he II
shohi' not1 ae t pas ient Ifor ~I thep
105r7y tfed by \la l'rkr W 111Oah te
e a~ndo'hers. desie Ite propet' yha
ithhd or lbegn aliel 1s0l te
m0'nIlI1tions o the ba et, whn~lh-waI
5sli wtek gOu. Thherntda
.\ Non thg wn nown andtoel
alf ie .\st rvaed. ad es
voltwere l interlioi Comp('ny.
S I ________
S~~ E are ready to serv<
creations in dry go
cxtend a cordial invital
we consider the most :
paced beforc the pub
and delighted with the
:12-inci I)ress Ginhmus, dark
ph I loir srihtol <h-vsset .12 1.2
27-invih -,,od 1)r( s-s (lin.-h in, all
new styles, oily ........ .10
27-inh white l\6 iatina nly . 10
GOod .\pron G inghImnn only ...05
:6-inch Sea Island only .. ...05
:27-inhel good od BIleachin g only .. .08
27--inch gmod Outing, dark pal
ternis Only ... .. ..08 1-3
:i-in eh good Pereale only . . . . .10
lBoy Scout ose, all sizes, only .15
64-inch IBroadcloth, all shades
for the season, only. .. . $1.00
:3 pieces 54-inch Coatings, just'
what, you wanlt for (hild ren 's
coats, speeial, all wool . . . . .50
:t6-inh all-wool Serge, heavy
and fine weaves, only .....50
27-inch Lyons Silk Finish Pop
lin, only ............ .25
27-ineh Pencil stripe Poplin,
special .............. .20
27-ineh w\hite! P.K.oly ....10
All silk white Crepe de Chine
WTaists, just arrived, only $2.50
All silk Crepe de Chine Waists
white, navy, pink, only . . $3.50
.All the new shades Tpaffetal silk
linderskirts, only .. .....$3.50
(lood qiuality Messaline Uinder
skir'ts, new shades .. .. ...$2.50
Blig value Sateen Underskirts,
all colors, only .. .. .. ...$1.00
Outing Gowns, special each 500
and .... ........ ...$1.00
A few redl, white' andm greeni
Swetaters. All the raige now.
Sillk Swieaters ......... $7.5) uap
T ,O Si4 SWillTE P...\....L' d) fie esio
I n~4liiuberculosi'i Worhk('rs and1( O)thers ~~~ vlId
InuteresPCted in PuileI leaIth Pi I rob- will be \l is
Ieins, to .leet in (olumiblia. ls (liu
CoinibiaOct. .- - nti-l beralol a I ) D . b.
tLrkers1 , hlth I ottilas. j)hysIiin.< N. L. A
of this wvek, Ocioher. 8 anid 9. for the Alhev.ille,
I -ec'ond Atitital Southe( n Tubierculosis i he unier
hteul uane'r It' aisilces of Theu( Nati on- held( in th'
al Assoc'2ition for' the Si'tudy .2..ndu Pre'- .but's 11.
- ventioun of lTuberc'ulosis. Dri. .lobiu b. !hirmanlii 0
IDaw'son oif Chleston010, is siden~11(1t of ranageliets
th le con ference; Pr'ofessaor IReed smiiith((iii ouit(ee
of thIs city is sect ary, and Drw. .lamies Prof. IHeed
A. I lay ne, also of ColumbIa is vle- E . Payne.
IpresCiden~t for 8outh Oi rolina. Several In alddIt
othier anti-tuberculosis workers in the states comni
Istate have a prominent place on the Alabamait,
C'onfereneo headquarters will be at TIciennesee,
te Hotel Jeffrso-an whnen three of the ginla.
,re Quality Go
you with an untsually at
ods and ladies and misses
ion2 to cur iends and the 1
r ms y AcS~ A PLA Y
ums ad rasna le parce
Your Fall Coat Suit.
We have just received a ccm
plete new line of New Fal Ccat
Suits in a variety of colors and
shades. In quality of texture and
beauty of design these are unmatch
able and we are very anxious for
you to inspect them. $10, $12.50,
$13.75, $14.75 and $21.75.
Never belore hae We l)eell in a be(tter
position to furl)-nish every lady with the very
ha,1 thaIt she desireos aInd -It the Very rea..
so nlei. price thaIt pleases V evyone
sini1rtiless of' style an1d delpell(al)ility o4 ura
t(ri'l is the vonlthillation for whiebl We hlve
solight a1nl vertailll f1lind.
'ri ies rniie Irom .. .... . $1.00 toa $12.50
New Dress Goods.
lIdy to slow you the elever I thinugs that
aishion hais pronoiiecd correet-huandreds
of weaves and colors, afrording delightful
choice. Come anid iiake your selection
froml t his fashion01 story of fa-bries.
Your Fall Corset.
Your fall (corset is the foundation for the
correct fitting of your outer garments.
Every womtan reCalizes the impllortancee of a1
proper selection and proper fit. Select from
our liue and1( you ar assured of 1both.
Warner's Rust lProof . . . . -$1.00 to' $3.50
aurens, South Carolir
win h1he)d The nra M'OTHERLf! YOUR (
h 'lniday)4 a4:e1"""" IS Cs ROSS, FIi'
1 \\'ork. The ajolwkr F~ R~OM CONS r
.\l. 4 .lark4on. .l ant . il (41 .,4 S 4 1
'.(ra d. No: fok 'a..i I )44 V
al4 \Iep. )ad. I whh-h1 i 4: 0!ae1
4 1)1Iy 10 hoopon FNtro
. ('., lIr1. .10os i .\llors ofi 5 I45~' I 4
I eth1el. A. .\I. 1K (Ihurchl. 414I)L 44)4tI 4 .
1114 th liea 114(1n1lijs ( le o ar- tl 4)11~14(
and ltth 111( e inbe. o i'tz heiI M!j.' (41 4feo
are:1 4)r.141(rnesttI (' llper.
iSmitheand .\srto (ilizabeth
oni to Southi ('arolinal, t he I ei11( 1))014 111
>risinig I1(cth co fer'4ec are: l~ci1111Ihy ll
krk(ansas, Florida, (Oeorgi,111511 s .1 1d .
il 151iipi, Northi Ca roli na, lIs li1101o 11 41
-e re ofb (.Inlrrot
-hal--. is k , u ini:'grstin-or e
tractive line of fatest
ublic to i.mpct wha
.antilse that has beer
Ou W*1 b- surpr~scu
on our goods.
Bi-:Al'TI I',S HI\\'IN , 1\
Cra.anitt Ips. a winn ir $3.50
'anli t 1111 . r front. h8-e.
hh)ik ravnt to tops, a be;'au
t f l u nh,.. ... $3.50
'8 ew ial li il-'in] f ront l
i-l111ding f1unhivy tops, white.
'black and tInl. Ask to See
the . . . ..$3.00
Ware showing" a -ornplete line
inl all leather buttonl and bi
cher, low\\ an1d hligh heels, V.1ar1
welt, at $2.50
CO.\LITHF STOCK OPe Al l's
We have in Stock Ifui.llie of ..
E. PIrench & Co. Shoes, a1
leat hers, toes and heels. We
have your size .. .. .. .. $4.00
Stock No. 4-M-106 Gun Metal
Eniglish last, dlark gray top.
a beauty at . . .. $3.50
Stock No. 4-M-106 tan English
last, tan kid tops, goodi HIl
ier ......... .. .. .. .. ..$3.50 -
Best lin 1Wof Boy 's School ShoesH
in LaurenH, all leathers and~
styles, .hutton or lace $1.50
to .. ...... .........$2.50
TIhe Laurienis ('on ty Fa Ir will
RIS , syr'.p (uij'ny...
\l you hfions, dizz/'
S' t bew\4l, 4) ino
44) ons, o sonus a
tent) ion . 1t w4~. 4
ornac-ache,4 8l uonow ruo n4 og p u o
fu! - f . cold. , ~f t~4 41!iiil jI
forn4ia'1 54yrup t(11ight a; ~ \ bo l 4
(s ou (of its Good of Manual Training
in1)4, and14 you4 Even forthos 114 hat114 are prethI b
again. to itlellectutal work~ 11441inIua .1; a
aft givin4~4g Will be of' imml~easural4 muoral bIe.
lve," heenuse45( It autisfi(es the( natural'l imIis)lS , '4on.
wc little (one'sh genital or innallte in man 1. to4 cre,! and 44
s4wIete the to (do. ActivIty and1( cre'4ation .'(kra
14y love its
:1tionst for ha-- E ratifi.cation and1( tho cons4ciousneOss o1
es a im aelf-dependenIce1 Creative p14 ov45ses4
'ih bott le. I llus$tra4te inflexibly the law of right
fig syrup~s.i eousness. AR the worker plan4s, sel
i-ent hnftle Will be the outcomn.-lh~ehangwo