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'() ,'1 '?.: X tI, ! s 11 i1i , St)l. "I'll CAR1)1..1NA, WI DN1 S1)AY, JULY 5, 1916.
County Agent t oore Secor
The Advertiser for Enco
County Farm Demonstrator I. \.
Moore has written a communication to
The Advertiser endorsing the sugges
tion that a Clover Club he formed in
Laurens county. Mlr. Mloore is in a
position to get seed at cheap prices, so
he requests that all farmers who will
"get in" on the clover club proposition
to write him the amount of seed they
desire. All that is necessary to join
is to let him know of your desire and
at the same time advise him how many
acres you will plant. The following
is the letter received from Mr. Moore:
The editorial in The Advertiser of
June 14th, on "A Clover Club" sounds
good to inc and, With permission of the
editor, I should like to push it a little
Now to carry out this idea as su?
gested by The Advertiser will require
co-operation on the part of the farmers
and you know it. has always bei said
that farmers will not co-operate as
you can't get them to agree on any
thing. I do not think so. Lauren:
county farmers are already agreed on
some things; for example:
' I. All thoughtful farmers iave
agreed that we haven't enough huitmn
or ve"' glle antter in our sails.
l have agreed that. we should
keep something growing on all our
lands as near all the time as possible,
and have agreed that we nre not doing
so with our one-crop a year system
3. All have agreed that when a
piece of land has had a good applica
tion of soil building crop to mature
and rot, that much better stuff is
grown there the next year.
t, 4. All have agreed that we are at
present paying too large a percentage
of ihe crop grown, for fortilizer.
Now, having agreed on the presence
" THE OLD RELLABL.E"
AT YOUR DRUGGIST.
Notice of Schedule Changes.
The Colum bin, Newberry & Laurens
Railroad, announces changes in sched
ules will be made, effective Sunday,
May 28th, 1916.
Train No. 50 (Sunday only) due to
leave Columbia 8:00 A. M. will be dis
Train No. Si (Sunday only) due to
leave Laurens 4::0 P. M., will he dis
Train No. 52, ( aily) will leave Co
lumbia, Union Sot ion, 11:15 A. M.
Leave (lervais Street 11:23 A. \I.
leave Newherry 1:00 P. \., leave Clini
ton 1:52 1'. .\I., arrive Laurens 2: l
This train will continue to connecel
with Seaboard Air Line at Clinton for
Atlanta and the C. & W. C. at Laurens
for Spartanbu rg.
Trai No. 53 t Daily) will leave La
rens 2:25 P. .\., conniection wvithi C. &
WV. C. from Auitgusta anid Grieenwood
leave Clinton 2: is P. M., leave New
berry :: 38.I..M.,a arive ('olutmbhia, (Gcr
vais St., 5:15 l'. .\., ami Columbtd
l'nloln Slint ion 5:20 P. M.
The above schedilules subjiect t
changes w lthout not ice.
Piedmont & Northern ItaHway Co.
Arrivals from Dlepartures t<
No. Time ' No. Timo
3 7:55 AM 2 7:00 A
5 10:00 A Mi 4 8:10 A 3
7 11:35 A M 6 10:20 A 3
'9 1:53 P M 8 12:10 P 3~
11 3:i0 P M WO 1:45 P
15 5:15 P M 12 41:15 P 3
17 6:45 P M 14 6:30 P 3
19 9:15 P' Nf 16 10:50 P~ 3
greenolwood and renoda
:;,,805 A M .0
'.10: 10 A Mt 3 :5
812:10 .P MI5100
10 1:46PM M1:8A
12 .4:10 PM. 9.:0P
14 6:30 PM 154-0P
1010:0PM 7:5 A SQP
ids the Suggesbion Made by
uraging Clover Growing.
of these faults in1 our system of farm
ing, I for ote, lielieve we eai agree on
a plan to change these faults.
Will growing crimson clover in w)t
ter together with our summer legumes
do it? It will correct No. 1; it. will
change No. 2; It will prove again and
again No. 3; and it will improve on
Mr. Hob Ilodges to Whom the editor
refers has proved all this. .loreover,
there are lots of farmers here in 1411
rens county proving it every year. We
just want their "trihe to increase".
Will a clover club help? Let's see:
1. If each farmer in the cottnty will
communiate with me or the editor
within thirty (lays, just how much
crison clover seed he will want this
fall Ithere is no reason in the world
why I can't, tIirough Clemson College,
buy this at once and save somlle money
in ou' illehase of se-d. This is being
(1on0 elsewhere and we can do it here.
2. The editor would, like to pubish
Ilie namies of this list from time to time
thus showing just how manly of us n'an
co-oiera1ite along this lice and who
:. After buying the seed Your dl
onstration agent pledges himtsell' to see
that each One is given all the hellp pos
sib le in properly growing this coloveI'
so as to get best results.
-1. This will give me a list, of farm
ers all of one mind so that other co
operative measures will follow as the
day follows night.
This is a practical matter. Send
your name and address to tme
with the amount of seed you want (13'
to 20 lbs. will sowv an acre) andi we will
"Four bales on four acres in four
years." Let's; put it to the test. .
P. W. Moore, Agent.
I" * " " a " " * * * * * s
* IN 3MEMO1 lAlAM. *
* " f * t * s * " S * * * S
The members of lirewerton Lodge
No. IS83 A. F. M. desire to offer the fol
lowing brief resolutions in the deaths
of Brothers W. It. Wharton and S. D.
Itesolved, That this fraternity has
lost two very highly esteemed met
hers, and who in return, by ther pre
celits and examples, greatly honored
Iesolved. further, 'T'hat this lodge
tenders to the hereaved families of our
deceased brethren the assurance of a
deep and abiding syinpathy.
Resolved. further, That a page in our
Mlinute o100k be dedieated to the mem
ory of these departed masons.
Resolved, further, That a copy of
these resolutions 1e forwarded by our
seecretary to the press and bereaved
Iam111lies of 011 oueceasedl br'ethIreni.
lFraterntally sulbmlit ted,
WV. C. Smith,
II. L. Iiletnderson,
WVare Shoals, S. C., (ComitteIe.
JuneO 21, 110.
. iproachinig Wedintg.
of unusual inter'est, in whichi a lar'ge
circle of frIends will 1)e gr'eatly itero
ested,. is tile appr)Ioachling maia)ge
of MIss Leora Ilook of irmo, to J.
Downs Hell of this cIty, the wvedding
to be soletnnized at the hiomie of the
bride's parents on August 23r'd.
For thle past thre'e ycatrs Miss Hlook
has taughut here in the public schools
and~ is r'ecognized as one of tile most
efllletnt miemlber's of the school facul
13'. She is an atturactive anid talentedi
young woman alnd has wvon manuty
frilends here, all of whomi will bte glad
to knowv that her1 miarrtiage will cauise
lher' to amtike her' futureO111 ho 'er.
The groomi COmeis fromtf a wvell
Iktiown family and is one of the umost
su1lc'cssful and popluar young btusi.
ness metn of the city. Io is precsident
a of the Commer'cial hank, the Comn
I miercial Loani & Trust Company, tho
'Clinton Bonded War'ehouse, andl i
4asso'liatedl with several othler businost
4 onter)'piI. HeJ has many friendi
4 and has established himself warml.
in the esteem of the community and
,thoroughly deserves theo good fortunt
of winningr anoh a bride.
'This is the package
that holds the
'V DME SONS
ever done I
and yet they'
10 for 5c
20 For 10c
It Always Helps
says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in
writing of her experience with Carduti, the woman's
tonic. She says further: "Before 1 began to use
Cardul, my back and head vyould hurt so bad, I
* thought the pain would kill ni e. I was hardly able
to do any of my housework. Ater taking three bottles
of Cardul, I began to fee like'a new wohian. I soon
gained 35 pounds, and nowrI'tlo all lmy housework,
as well as run a big water mill.
I wish every suffering woman would give
w The Woman's Tonic
a trial. I still use Cardui w'hen I feel a little bad,
e and it always does me good."
I Headache, backache, bide ache, nervousness,
0, tired, wvorn-out feelings, etc., are sure sigus of woman
a ly trouble. Signs that you neced Cardui, the woman's
-tonic. You cannot make a miistake in~ trying Cardui
r for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing
women for more than fifty years.
. Get a Bottle Toda I.
I ti.\ N i'l 3i1iti .1 N I:
FOt 1''i s i 1 '1'( li; it
Sena>te Aceceeds to Illman111 It'.- queIRst
for $6,0001 31ore for ra'nb1(euire Sti.
Washington, .itne 2S.--Senator ''iill
mnanl hats Secured .1n additional $1 ,001
for the Orangeburg lish hatchery. Last
week Rlepresentative I4ver niade this
fight in the ho)se, but it was lost. Ill
asking for this money Senator Till
muan presented a letter from Secre
tary MIedfield of the department o!
comnmerce, showing the value of the
The original appropriation for th(
Orangeburg hatchery was $25.u00 an
anl additional appropriation of 1S1l,0n)
wa's subsequently Made, the total
atnlount being $1.5,0ui0 less than th<
department regards as essential foi
tile establishment and completion of
a modern fish hatchery.
An inspection of the station mad<
by the chief of the digision of lisi
ctiulIre this month rerea s the io'
that there can now he used to ad
vantage the ,11111 of 3*,,;4, whicl
would place the station in the way )
realizing the high l-X eclti0n. enter
tained regarding it.
The lct ter eol (ides:
"I understand that thet eontumis .,on
er of tisheries has alr'tniy a, p)tIainttl
you with the succes.,ll otIlotoI fto'
the Olaulgeburg station for the MLs
B211n season. I iay 'tate hr w iy o.
sityplenient that plants of tinuerling;
black: bass made front that .tation ui
to date tnmber over' 13:.000. and4 i
is estimated that :1,4(I0 ass and 8',
000 bream remain onl handl availabl,
for distribution1. 'T'his is regarded a
a very good showing for a new station
1'p to this time the prinipal foo(
fish propagated at the station, ha
been the large mouth black hass, u
with additional pond facilities it i
intended to extensively propagate suni
fish and rock bass, and possible crap
ie of st'iwherty pass."
.t. ii. 'TWITCIIIim'S WY ILL.
Disposes of Estate Valued at AIbout
Qularter 3Million Dlollars.
Spartanburg, .lune 1i0.-The will <
the late A. 11. Twitchell, who, i t
tile time of his death i short tine a)g
was president of the D. K. ('onvers
Company and the Clifton \lanufactin
ing Company, was tiled ill probat
court here today. The documellnt di:
poses of an estate valued at (oIlsbl1
ably muore than11 a qiuarter of a millio
dollars, and is one of the tar :,.;t evt
filed inl Fpartanlbu:4 counlty. The( e.
tate is divided bet weel .\: ;. .1 1i
tivers '1' wit 'lchll, wido w oIf the d4
ceased; \1 S. J. Choice I'rin, and Mr
Nellie C. C. Melv.eri, dauhters, au1
.\liss Helen .\lver. granddaughter.
The beautiful TwMitchell home o
Pine Sitreet, is bequteathed to \Ir
Twitchell during her life time u
widowhood, together with all 11
furnishings and oter personal pr<
perty at the home.
. \fter' dl~ioting ofI the re0a1l prope(
ythe will dirIects that4 .\lrs. Twitcel'
sha1l rece ive tile um11 (If $1 (,00'0, at 1
tile intierest onl a trust fund of' $ h
4"00i. AfIterl sevdrl'i 11inor1 he0(p1s
ha~ve beent'l deducted, .\lrs. Ilv~ins, r
('CIVes onle-half oIf tile r'emlaind~er
tile estate, and 01( Irs. .\elvers and h111 e
J. Cholee ldv ins, soni-i-i-law of tI
deceased'( Is appliointd exe(3cu~tor' ofI 11
* COLDI POUI NEWlS.
Cold Point, June11 2t.-The cr'ops at
10ook ing tline since tile 1rain, bu11t til
farmers'l' will be0 kept) busy tryinug
conquter' Gener'al Green.
11ev. JTodie MlartIn delIvered a god
rermlon to ai large and( attenltiv'e aufl
e ce Sunlday.
Mlr. Lawson Manddenl, whol haOs he,
teach'in g iln tile lower' part of thew stat
.\ ir. andi .\irs. '.P. Dun1can)0)1 a10em
recent gues'ts of .\It's. 0. C'. Duncat
1lev. Covi ngton, 1)astor1 of W~aterl
was a visitor at the' home1 of .alIr. a
Mi s. o. C. Dunllcanl We'(dnesdaiy nighl
horn to Mlr. and( .airs. II. La. Wh~eeb
Drives Out MalarIa, Bufilds Up Syste
The O1d 8tSterd geneuat strengthening tot
GROYWS' TASTEUIESS chill TONiC, drIves
Maiauia,.rnriebesthe bloodmaod bsuilds up the u
ten). AtrtlC. For adults and ebiidten, 8
and yet they're MILD
At iaia I .OdgLe No. 7.8 '.tud lliiming
ham borteul No. 7', together withi 0 liher
INlks and t in'r I riendsl will leave Sunt
Al lil LINIliAlAY for RaltImore,
\hi. to at tend thle great iC'S, It i*c'N
(ION, special train1 starting from llirm
inghiam, Ala., on following schedule:
Leave iliigam .... ....:00 A M
ILeave Atlantai .. .... .. ..1:1 P M
Le1Aave Gireenwvood.......... 6:49 P M
Leave Clinton .... .....7:31 P M
Arrive llaltimore next dlay 11:30 A M
SPI'XCIAL RlOUND-TRIlP RATICS
WIl LL 1110 IN 10FFICCTi. For speelfic
rates, Pull man reservation 01r other
In format ion, call on nearest S iCA
llO Al D A gent or wrIte
C. S. C'ompton.
0. 0 Feahersone . Ii. Knigt
FM El:AtH:lMTOei & 1NIVIUllT
Attorneys at Law
iL iaurea, 8. C.
All Busin as Intrusted1 to Our (Catse
j yill .HIave .Pro'pipt and Carefuil Miten..
, tion. -
j Ofic ever Palmetto Basik*
('(lt Zet toneh Will npend Woedi.
day of eacha weoek In Lau'ana.)