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('toss 1ill, \arch i. -Some changes
have taken place here tills spring in
business affairs. Luther E. Martin
has sold his stock of merchandise to
It. .\. Wharton who Will contintue the
business ati the sa tne stand. his youn g
er' so~n .1ohn It. in charg'. .iohn it.
\\i'trtot i.: a young man of neat
hatsl 1 andu a nItvorite at(101n; his as1- -
ciates. Ili.. slite ro:i is no excep
tion to his general taste for order anid
nieal'isS and we lridiltt for himi sue
eess in his new undertaking. \l V.
3artin at iiesent is in the dry goods
departmnent of J. II. & W. 10. lhasot hut
intends to devote Somle time to his
.1. lenry Nance is one of our pro
gi ssive and successful yoting tuler
lhants. For several years he has
bee su 5itcvessfll in a facl(y grocery
buhiness, but recently he has bought
antither store room adjoining his from
)r. .. 11. .liller and has added to his
gr"'ry business a dry goods and no
tions depalrtmentt, which will largely
Increase hiis already lucrative trade.
\lr. Dewey Nelson, who has been with
.\1r. Nance a few years will serve his
(u'nitlers in the dry gDods (eliirtintent
\hi e .lMr. lloyd Spiarinatn will take
I. Nelson's place on the grocety side.
iis- .\lamie I Swii has gotn to
iir I !! l o on( in:1( lu-r Study a ntd
v.( a a l;'ainedc nurl" (. ihe homian
tti i i la .i . 1 :
\1; , i t a. l t. K iddie .\:n
. 1i('~ ti o t' . '1 ;' ( 1 ."
h I i. .. c (r . , i li . ; t.1
t i e n lt-no n n-.
'" . 111 1 I j i t'' 1 ' .: ;11 g' II, II )! ti:tI 1
!,...I t bt :.:ren aied wi it h(
u n -il - t ;il- l I ':- ,: . . h u
s. .1 nI . I lutte h s r thI a ite
('aI: run1 uI: :"It of thel au:tomlohi e hun:
ick:by foris ea daiw I Ii hoir . i"(d-t
is; 11r:ou1i o. :e t tte wha t iis i tthve:'.
ill he gohe ;ni:ebased before s tsi i
tysoefr. lusac reevdfotlr
\I r. .\latrct a. 1. Nelson who has ht en
Inl ill heallth for >'omle timde. w('n1 in
a'tsub: a fw days ago t (of ul'
a slreeip:ti, bhi hats returned wihotti
the desirhed relief.
.\rs.. .l If. Itasuo r has been (muite
sik for several days but her conditlon
is thought to be omiewhat improved.
HUS'NDN .ND WIFE 110'!'11
S.\VED) FROM SUFF'lIlIRN(.
Iwish to fell you the good results
myself and lhban 'received fro mnlr.
eietor's Samit -oot. About eleven
years ago l had'a severe attack of La
Gsriptie and was contined to my bed
about eight. w\eeks under the doctor's
care. lie pronou nced my1't case kidlnev
trouble and rhlouIatism and not re
ceiving the re-niits from the d octor''s
t rea t ment i shonld have re eived, I
decided to try Swim-i!toot. After t a
in. several ott1es of Sim -lloot 1
w\asi able to get Iu p0 td attisied to mya
wor. bot:- a.ar atr my( usbn
wats 2.lrtd with of severel~ attak
idne tr ol anIotrdfr m
beneit. Knowingr 'of thI 20- a
recived the ciidd t ry~ 1 metw :o.
Iting lia o diti, o a ''a- tlo sihe
htte:m t. it otihviatcerd h::one Yter
wtaso 'e;ny-l a booklti of valube
aob ni d o Whn wit hI. her sith-e
a'n tu:t n.ot I hh ait herti y rdetoset
h Iesrfd swale aot atoi rug psosn'
etl witho kiney.and hnddavr.toi
t e rmgular wenay playsh tinetter
oif toe Soiet f.n eol'
aw:'u ndsudrji totittio teFit lcbytor me t
churc'.5h ay ofok ' M.1 Th, s tuect
in ira \e Crth(t~y, Notr. Puic.
hasiin rtatme &ei or ti~o~sit
''iinham iin N.ll tV. utwtatm
Po, el hat Swamitot illxr DOto
wend tae IIeanilst to imeer with.
botl.~ It wel cnvinWe winyone. Youd
woil als ottcev a b tookse to vltablei
a n menion the aurens Advie eriser.
Regulare fifulty-clnit ad n--olaisz
Meetingof hritIn Endeaoy r.,
auioru Co h'rst Presbyeiuntea
CAN RAISE MULES
Unnecessary for State to Send
Away Large Sums for This
BIG BRAIN ON RESOURCES
Money Now Spent For Mules Would
Purchase Good Draft Marca From
Which to Obtain Mules-Points on
Care of Mare and Colt-Home
Raised Mules as Good as Any.
The tronendous outlay for mule
power on the farm can be eliminated
to a large extent in South ('arolina.
Already a considerable number of far
iers in the state are raising their
mules at home and if this policy is
adopted by all the state's farmers, the
large annual drain on the state's re
soirces for this product will be
Invested in brood mares, the
am oun1t usually spent for tmules would
purchase large, well-bred draft mares
of the right type for producing mules.
The cost of raising mule colts on the
farm to an agne at. wh ich they can be
put, to work is aboutt $90 ea'h. when
e': en ery iti m in the prt'oce ss is
cha;rged a;aiinst himu. This ammnt
i ttds lar ., but tI fact is tht itmo:st
o it is d iIi:rad aiainst thintes that
aIre to, InI I - on t is a verage t faIrm,
ine the <1: eatn h' levelopld Iar'ge
ly onl I:l.s:ures . and! proder;cts of the
airm that would probably not he mar
k.tel iln any othe r way.
\lares selected for uiie raising
shoull he of draft type, with q uality,
:7'! sho hi w.eaih abteij 1.111 oinds.
1innllh smer maritsd art1 .5 nad with
: !::1 rsuilts for prilducintei i nume: of
li..ht woiigh:. If mar" s are hre! toa
foal In fall. when work <om the far:o is
usually lihter anl I:ull pa.stures are
.ood. they tined I0 r \ery lit; l time
luring IlI1' year fromti their work in
the hield. Light work is het''ticial to
a brool tI.are ev i 1; to th:e tia.e tf
faallinll and t'.us rt ul :nt c.: I
stttro germ andi inutre thrifty htc'alise of
it. pro vide thi mar1 bl :14 1 hee n propre-;
Iy nturishedi wihIi siitulent ft e I for a
few weeks before fealing.
The average period of gestatiot, or
timoe bheien servk o and foaling, is
about :340 ftays or I1 months, although
this varies somewhat in both direc
(ions. With this information, a farm
e.r can have his mare foal at about the
The pregnant mare's grain ration
should Ie I ropor;ioned to the amount
of work she does. About three weeks
before foaling, wheat bran should be
added to her feed, the proportion of
tIhis being gra.dutally increased and
other grain propor;.ions decreased as
foaling time approaches. Hler food
should lbe altogether free of moldy
grain or woody fodaer or straw.
An e: sential point is to give the
mare in foal a larre, roomy box stall.
After foaling, mares shoulh rest. fur
abou two weeks before thi, -,i back
Give the mare ail her iolt as much
pastur iage' as polssi >h-. wi th thle addli.
ti on of bran tandio grain while the toll
!s younl::. Carte and atlltin are es.
sentua :o l1:turei the titl to propeir
8iz0an gr~tiin shnt:d lie givent to it
regu~tlarly w\ithl its lasthiruge 0or elt':tn
Dio tot let a coll follow Its mtother ont
th- rtmalt or int th it iehd. Dto not let a
rol t siuck whltle the imare is overheat-.
edi. A.!ways let thle tiiu a cool nff' fIrst.
Th1at mouh's enn bile raIsed pr'ofit
abily int Stitth C'atolinia ha~s been (lent.
ottst rated bty se-veralI fa rmetrs Int lie
state. whIo sav e the exletnd it ur- usutal
ly ma~de for mttile liower atnd claim tor
the hotte-raised mtule many advarn
ages o vet' Its i mpor'ted cotmtpet Itor.
Write to Sitdney N. Itttenbet.rg, (Clem
son College, for an I itemiz-,ed statemtent
of a compja risotn of tmare anmd mu tle.
JOllN 0. WILLIAMS,
Livestock Dormonstrationi Agenit,
('lemtson Agricultural College.
LETTERS TO CLEMSON.
In Beekinig iniformiation or help from-'
Clemisoni College, fartiers should ad
dIress the expert or olllcer In wh~ose
line the point in qluestion Is, when
over possible. This will avoid delays
which are sonmetlimos costly. Th'Iis is
especially true of stuch mtatters as in
Beet pests, plant diseases andI animal
diseases, which can spread so rapidly.
Itn outbreaks of hog cholera, farmiers
ly with the county demotnstration
agent or wvitht the veterinary dlisionl
of Clemson Collbge. Merely addr-ess
Ing the college will get a letter to its
goal eventualiy, but somnetimties dlelays
which are dantgerotus comte about. It
Is a good plani for a farmier to keetn
onie of the elxIe'rimen00t slationt bumlletins
always at hatnd, as In the front ot
each of thIese butlliet itts will be found
thie exlierimenit station staff, whlichi
wili serve as a directory to) atny one
wishintg to wrlte to the college for int
rTe summi ier (if 1 915 was the mest
successful for sllo-but11iin g that South
Carolina hais ever had. Tlher-e Is much
yet to be dlone in thIs line, however,
and It is to be hoped that. this year's
reord wIll he fnar xceedednext- year.
We are showing the New
Spring Manhattan Shirts. .
See the new line.
"The G innell
464, o f PA. t .V .U ?. etO. * V t 1 c4t "
Men's Boyden TMen's Fancy
lOxfords, new Sox
style, now IF IT'S $20 OR So 25c, 50c $1.00.
that you care to pay for
ready $6.00. your Summer suit, by all
means have it tailored
to-order by - Ladies' Fancy
Men's ED. V. PRICE & Co., Hosiery 25c,
M en s ~MiiAr TAILORS
Wr 50c, $1, $1.50.
$4, $4.50, $5. It is a recognized fact
that no ready-made Men's New
.r- - -- shop or small tailor can
give you equal value Belts
Lad ' for $o. See us today
& eS for the correct Summer 50c to $1.00
Dutenhofer rhshions and fabrics.
in all the new .n.te
styles Cthe Best $1.00
W I LSON
WiI. 11lE l1t) IT' asislnlcr tsioy ta
Mtairy PaiL~' Iii'esn't 1 1 Iino Whethr orIya dcn tw tin he vi
n it he Elid P'oIock. Will liaii.n e:g-e~,HsllnI trw n e d o h
WOlld you send a womani to the e ~llc.laiiohrsvehat
eletric chair or to prison for life onhaa anetsvehrlyc fsin
circiumstantial evidence? ta i qteniidrr~ le(o t y~m re au s w l
Thtswhat the jury in 'Essanny's ___b eni h e ahFbisjs
"TPhe Strange Cause or .\ary l'age" is-a
about r'eady' to tin in the second ai- Seorln fI)cn 'nie ~ae p n d J~yicu etelts n is
sode or this moving picturT series fea-alfis iaty odno ec ds
turing Henry Wailhali and Edlna Mayo. 8.M& t.1.Wle whe.Ascilrtcescaidfo
This epilsodie will be0 shown at the Idle
flour on Friday. M d i
'The Strange Case of .iary Page" is ~lKI EYUt E lueprc. mtto flnn
a real drama withi real actors. it is ----Itwegtadrn ovnhedmrk
not a dime novel full of wild thrills, ~r1aiIrs iiimsz' eiu- h tm fd rbi~ otfns an
thank fortulne. but ai g ripiing story in es fStiaon.I
ar xeleti thi repctv parts.Anesget so a rcnl srn nt o ua
M~ary Page seeinigly is guilty3 t of xiagc'elgahCopnfrm avrorscalupss.Ted ad
mrtdering I )ave P~ol lock, the man she'Ailii as: 'er n e sp es
hated. She wais foiintd iuneonselous be--Pidsi~lees esgsfo ah
side hiis body. A buillet from her re-inoieiiuaiigthgrvyofhe ee sayhscnsidf
vol ver was in his hearit. eiaiAfeiaiitiin.oa dbels
Theiu second episodte gives Misls M\ayo "h rnrr ois,~'il n h e tD tat h c s
and .\r. Walihall fine opuportuinities tovribyrfctnesafcig(r-T e ew p ned odsi txue ad
diiiipay t heir tazlen t in "'big momen iits".ie ii edd n
:3Iiss .Iiyot draw ou by O i r ~ . *Wa i
thrall, asher attorney, diesibhes the ece(od uily 'ir. I in a d W is .
exclting inchdent s leading up to thevicol iaialoftegianiP pu rba ds fcohttrad ut
These'X( incidienls are0 ploirrayedt inbdwrts0..Meal V teby
"fadebuacks." .\I ss M\ayo starts to tellbelii'l ouh emd an itws u i EE I R
her story and lthe fillm fades away intooiyafwdysutlI asonlte
another sceneC and thme spectators see l etrdt elh imyblee W V L V 1 -
liar testimony acted upon the screen. fta hma'ansCuhRmd i
'The prosecution pie up da n e oftevr etmdcnsadwl
plies d amn is invwat tordo wetmny hat anohry
evidncein he ecod eisoe, lay nc. hOwtine vry heo rowno