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209 acres, 5 miles fron-Iaitrons,
1 mile from railroad station, 7
room two-story building, 4 room
.tenant house and all necessary out
buildings, sandy, soil, practically
level, 175 acres ii cultivation,
rents for 5,000 lbs. lint cotton.
Price $37.50 per acre. Easyternis.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
95 acres land, 4 miles of Clinton,
5 miles of Laurens, on public road
between Laurens and Clinton. 6
room dwelling, 1 tenant house,
large barn, good pasture, 50 to 60
acres in cultivation, price $3,500.
Easy terns. Will rent, for 2,000
11t8. lint cotton. Known as the Ii.
S. Madden place.
640 acres of land, 7 miles from
Cross Hill, 4 miles from Godsey,
1 1-2 miles from church and school,
240 acres in cultivation, 200 acres
in pasture, 400 acres in woodland,
two-story dwelling. 4 tenant houses,
barn and out buildings, rents for
10,000 lbs. of lint cotton. Price $23
That's What They All Say
"The Adventures of Peg O' The Ring" constitutes
the Greatest Film Show on Earth-and the one
and only circus serial picture ever screened. it
carries you along with a fascinating story of circus
life for 15 straight wees that reminds you of
your boyhood days. Not only the world's great.
est film show, but the to greiat tars, FRANCIS
FORD and GRACE CUNARD play the
It's a story full of pat!es-tonder. charming yet
a i.- and stroct,.. It grip~s-sways-thills-it is
hovel-unique-extrordinar. YOU will likes
it -the children will go wild about it. It's some.
thing you'y ne ver see before in serial movin
pictures. See it every week. You'll hugely
enjoy each succeeding episode.
"Peg & The Ring"
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WeWhat We Cor Dza
VALUE OF FARM MANURE.
Enormous Loss of Fertilizing Materials
May Be Prevented.
IPreparod by United States department of
The high prices of potash and acid
phosphate at this time are causing
much concern among farmers who de
pend upon commercial fertilizers to
supply these constituents for the suc
cessful production of their crops.
If the farmers of this country had al
ways fully appreciated the true value
of farm manure and used it on their
land the present situation would be
much less acute. The annual loss of
fertilizing materials is enormous in
this country through careloss handling
of manure. This loss can be easily
prevented in a large measure by proper
methods of landling. While many
frie y r t la }h mot $rt ih
.1. ]. \11 M. 4.iI . ( (
(41:1111(4 pr~odue )1" n( the lcir farns1, yet
mut:1Iy coublI4 wel1"l ennab1:Ilil l(th l'. ro
I ennI fariner' inl this 111 tttr", who saves -
en:re'fully nltul utilizes every pou~nd of
11:It ' :I :I' It'
Th'se fu'iheor ilo feedc s ituh live
,to k :1.; lcoss.cil' 111ny Itiiure that h lI
r(" ivt(a.\ ing ih il~i' Ieiiimttieraitllon from
Isx 4ro s - lst, fir4om Ile niiarketing of
f('('is hiiriicigh live stoc k, adi, second,
f~rotn) the( Iertilzin'g stibstancet-s which
are lef tIl in the nmaiiriiie. l'rneti lc iy all
of theillro(44:n1. phospahorus1 and1( pota1sh
'ihliih ir(' in il' i d'('(is a r1' ra ecovered In
the 111x1111n' t:": live " --; All :and-"
(wn 1ier, firtn'iers cil Villsors of the soil
:;hoici always h' kenly 'ii conseilous4 of
tilis 1":t ctiacl etlojal y iiua'Inei .s of mainii
It is t wr('ll known Nl e t that II nlul
rua I 11w' t he lilt rieni,'ilceho I ph iioru,
lill cioitn na'il ther ul ci 'lats of thelIc
foodiulc'i to~ai b 'il, ci i e I innc ly crry
oncithe wocil(r. fte19y a d t r
duie (inlk workl weiil. e c v .\ lite
caine tliliweist einembi e that il
tolp x iand iic bre lai l down of l l cilla' ,
andthe cornpnent ii rts' Cof thels.
I tis wa4iute4 matter blive th'k ;i'e
rowis ul ials, whos elisu ar ii n-ii
amountcci of itrgclenelV. ahospIhiu andc
poiilim l00 vohllead 'in thcc1111 manuc-a
twere i cntinc'ed in1 thl'e foodia' s nten
The gi'tiii IerIntaes of tee sub-13.
wlith wrode imorinI. d lenini itargeily
lagn he orc a tod i'ndt('i u ifiaicnnl
nuoid s rol andt 11 vaio 'u ofh (e-.
tors A youci avdntd grown anliimal re
tnlige of b ire patof(iICI ths plemets ino
thiedroiii ie sofl lhe boy.iA
darp rcow luse n1 otfiion ofci' the in
rngros aie or a iatrecft teg an imral
valke o frol90to i10n0 ecet icofll them.
Ita hen evOident hat larg per
Vienagio the elementes of oulan oo
removed fro teill cbys growing
Vropsl reaI (in ona~ the fam'i whe rese
iui nerops i Ij (are fed and thmaurial
totheimnre hom oition. thirfac
hecn the ameros of ollrs con
thry torougiyes apprehtbe the octua
nrrments of rseItefertilizer on sit't
whtlichsare licowiexi in rmmanures
ins itlligentuly ererand iliz
they1 enn fae lions - of tolgearsi
fertil ir prses, anthe eest
rrnce ofiu crile i t".h 'erjlze cit
tionsfwild belargly decren t'.ud.
H owt rwSotCoer
VALUE OF 'EARTHWORM.
One 'of th* eimpibi %ibIBtslders
is the earthworm, according to It. I.
Throckmorton, gasistunt professor of
soils in the Ians.ha Agrieultural college.
"Its greatest importance lies In the
fact that by burrowing into the soil it
leaves open passages through, which
the elements of weathering may gain
access to the subsoil or utiderlying lay
ere of stone," says' Mr. rhrockmorton.
"Water and. air are the two main fac
tors that bring about the decay of
rocks, and both of these are found in
abundance in the channels of the earth
"On digging down .in most soils a
labyrinth of anglewor'm' channels will
be found, some of' them going to a
depth of six or seven feet. This is es
pecially true of tenacious soils, where
they are most abundant. Worms are
scarce in light, sandy soils.
"In making channels the worm swal
lows the dirt to secure the decayed
vegetable matter it contains. As it
passes through the worm the soil is
ground much in the same manner that
grain Is ground in the chicken's gis
zard-and'Is made very fine.
"Charles Darwin estimated that an
gleworms in England deposited one
fifth of an inch of fine soil over the
entire acre surface each year. This is
the richest kind of top dressing. Ie
estimated that there are approximately
50,000 worms to the acre of garden
soil and 25.000 to the acre of meadow
soil, and there is no reason why there
are not just as many worms in Amer
can soil as in English soil."
THE ALFALFA WEB WORM.
Renovation of Fields Will Help Keep
Them In Check.
'he alfalfe web worm has appeared
in birge nonbers in many Kansas al
InIn fields. Another brood of these
wornms will hatch before winter, and
fatm'niers shonld wage wa:r on theme or
serious damange will he done.
"Farml ers shouild watch for (he next
breed of worms ind take immedhite
aetion," says T. I1. 'nrks, speclalist In
entooiiii gy, dit Isioni of exteslion, Nan
Sas SIille Agrl'iilttloli college. "'The
trot) sho*uld be cut for hay imlutediately
0hotihl he worms ippiea' in inarge 11m
hers. This will compel thema to feel
sil (lie shoots near the ground, where
they should be killed by means of a
harrow imade of trash or by the use or
it smloO hling i hnrrow, into the mhillIe of
whichi a plece of old wire fence has
beeni woVen. This will crush iman y1c of
the worm if used after the lay rop is
"The worms inju re the olfalIn hi
tyiIng tile tols together by mleans of a
web ))n4 devouring (he folhtlte. They
ruin (lie duality of the hay in a short
time. 'l'hire are four or live generia
tions each year. buit they rarely becoimet'
I n(urouts en'ogh to Injure the crop
unitil late suIiinmer.
"The imIoths a: re snim a nd buff col
oi'el and rise In large tiuml.eis us olie
walks through the alfalfa. They fly as
short distaance only.
"The worms f'ed oil a unI her of
weeds. Winter Is Passed in thlel' IpalI
cell one inch below the strfice of the
grounld. llenovationl of ilfalfa ielud
will help to keep (hem in cheetk."
CARE OF FALL LETTUCE CROP I
New Jersey Experiment Station Sug
gests Sprinkling Salt Over the Field.
'Thn (fall 4'ro4p oIf le'ltu'e lios assume1 I
4')ons~i'iiden!e irnport'lwe in Nwv .lt'rse'r
sils re - n yetst. ('iui Ires ofill' hi
late c letI iir'i ') i sI bue'iung gi-w-i by
11n11rlwt gardleiiers oni 541il whii'h imi
a I''lVemly 'prodneed I woi ori three oth';r
"irol- thIbs sea soni.
In cool w-enathrci lelune iIll sinne ai
long wble aift'er (lie head is formeiid
betfore It wvill lolt to steeu. Th'er'eforet
growiier's fin d it Ibest to stud th1' le con)1
diti on of' their growin'l g Crol. the
wealther, the miarin lg supp)1' ly an de'
manud. Severe frost.s or Iliht freezlng~
may13 "'IIp burn'' thle outer' leave~'s andih
lInimoi' (lie 1ipplearanoue of (lie (irodu~tt
T.hie mnarke't gardenilng det'mmentIs of1
thle New Jersey sta)ti'on ret''ommendti(s
thiat soaIt niny be spi-j rinled over (he
lettui1(e ft'bla whe li bi w ueahe thic' rent
('ns, as t his s-mooth mainterii wIll not
cut or tear 'thle ~eiider' ltt e leav ies.
Mlany1 goard'neirs ha ve on hanil Inarge
qunantIlk's of' st row or burhip mots.
Tihes-e m1ay3 he used to Iprotect' a iI lIted
area. priovided'( t hiey are sutpported0)( Just
aboveo thle plhmIs. Some growers pr'o
bect several ac'es from freezing by
rollliig out witle sItrIps of muslIn over
frames ade~ of shingle la ths. Any
kind or bags may13 Ie inki( over lettuce
to advattage. Th'ley should not lie
dirty withI fertilizer. for' thIs injures
the IC)) ves'.
Groen Manuring Improves Boil.
Th'e gar'dener wuhose soll Is too 1)oor
to grow fi'st eInISS Crop~s Cenn improve
It wuonder'fully at small exp~ense by
sowIng rye, crImson (lover or "etch
as fast as the dlffecrent uegetables are
harivested, plowing hI these cover crops
wuhen sping ('oimes. Not only wIll they
enrich the, ground, but they wIll alIso
miake It mouch ensler to work next sea
son l'rmers call this Frcen manur
Value of Poultry.
T'her'e Is no4 kind of lIve stock kept
eI Il known Ithnt fow; r'eeive less
.e amid atte''tftoe '''in any other class
I ie sto'" . I'- rps i 'is beeuiutie
t's valiue ofI fowls li knwnii or It
a be th1w frinn in" c knowi how
1. .lnnne poulr 11: . ' II to say
1 I miorec n ' at ion ... '.'o: gIven
I'"i6-L.4 in t
Our whole store is ablooi
from dainty undermuslin to hix
skilful buying, we are able to of
prices. We are confident of th
sure they cannot be bought else
40-inch fine white Voiles, yard .... ..25c
27-inch Baby Check Dimity, yard .. 10c
27-inch Baby Cheek Dimity, yard 121-2c
40-inch white Lawn, yard .... .... 10c
36-inch Pajama Cheek, yard .... .. 10c
36-inch Pajama Cheek, yard .... .. 121-2c
27-inch Dress Ginghams. in plaids,
stripes and solid colors; every yard
is dyed with German dyes and are
guaranteed to be fast. colors ; the
ginghams were contracted for more j
than a year ago; these ginghams'
would be cheap at 15e ; as long as lot
lasts buy them at special, the yammi 10c
32-inch half Wool Serge, in latck.
brown and staple shades. ple ty o'
the dark navy blue. SpecilI. ard ..39e
36-inch Storm Serge, in garnet. lroiWn.
Ladies' Suits and Coat Sui
Laurens, - -
___Davis - I
When you come
naturally be interest
---exclusive styles. I
and individual creati
Dry Goods, Notions,
Women's and isses
Particular att jntion
tion of these mod ls to
select from. Des ite t
prices we have h re -Woi
Suits, Coats and rss
All popular fabrics in
for fall; such as, Satinw
Plaids in Silks and Wool,
New Hats with style
for this department. W
and it will pay you to visi
Glve "Outfitters for i
Alisizes Laurenv, Sa
n with many wonderful bargains
uridats sdits~aVid d'esses. Through
fer these, goods vt rgmarkaIl low
e quality of Our goods, and we are
where at siilar prices.
navy, tan, myrtle, gray and black, '0c
42=inch Half Wool ')nglish' Suiting. in
plaids, for skirts and combination
dresses, Special, yard ..........50c
42-inch Shephard Plaid Suiting, several
different size checks, yard . . ... 50c
LIadie' good quality Cotton Hose, black,
tain and white; all full sizes, special
pricie, the pair .... .... .... .... 10c
La(ies' Lisle Hose, black, white and
tan; splendid values. Special price
15c. or 2 pairs for ....... .... 25c
Ladies' good qtality Silk Lisle Hose,
black, white and tan. 35c values. Spe
eial price, the pair .. ............ 25c
Notaseme Silk Hose, black and white.
Price, the pair ..... .... .... 50c
(hidlren's rib Hose, black, white, tan
and red. Special price, the pair . . 10c
ts in Many Shades and Sizes
- South Carolina
oper Co. Corsets
to Laurens you will
ed in seeing new styles
lere you will find new
ions in Clothing, Shoes,
Suits Coats and Dresses
has }een given to the selec
gy you a wide variety to
y' great discussion of higher
iderful values in these New
all desired colors and shades
,Taffetas, Crepe de Chine,
also Velons and Poplins.
and character arriving daily
a have just what you want
it this department.
Loper Co. Cadet
he Whole Family.'' Hose