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for Feet, Every Day
se "ClJets-It" the (.'rent Corn Discov
e, ry, MAtke ('ortIs Pet.] ]ig-ht Oly!
iLook at the iliu.mtrat ion hlow. See
t two lliCt5gers p'in g olf a corn as
though it were a banana peel! And
thc ian Is smiling while he', doiig it
Ail dol e painlessly. joyf IIIly. The Ino
mient "Ge s-It" totie]is .1 corni or. cal
l is the growthi is dhoolti . .It takes
tit two seconds, to a pply " -I.I". T-Ie
case. Yot cun apply "Gts-I 'on((
Venlieitly ailim st alywhere where youl
can take your shoe anl stocking otT for
- a moment or two. "ets-I" (Iries at
Once: then pit your' shoe anid slocking
on againt. Therits no fuIri.her excus
for suffering' frtou ttilrn al td c ii
"li, _ It . h I tara t d I m ont -
- back corn-remover. ilhe only sure wa y,
cosls hill, :u tiMv i al l l !'d..ag Store.
Ilanufactured by I.. I,aor.e & .
Chienvo. I il.
tld int 1. n d ' mnt
as ilu \% orldi's bh 1 (arn1 r1t-1dy h.\
l N - 1 -H
1: 1) 'IT IS
Clothing, , Hat
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itt 11111' V11I
hert to sey uloin
setof you figur admi
We've youkeve outos
Our mosrin pattes
Fa~ $15.00 t<
simnimnum No. 1 Store 210'
- 2 Store North !
OF "THE SPY"
To Ile Sihown tit. Opiera Ifottse Friiny,
It's tihe tiasiial that cuts th great
big figures. Aid William Pox hits at
ined it in "The Spy", tile iliuely.
sensationalt photo-drama exposing tihe
operations of* Gertnanys Secref 'o
live inl lite Unitedl States.
Do you know- \0our ne(ighbor?
No: not aiwtayn. IDo you Ino tla
Ite P'russians have \,L 10,01 It foreign
etmilssaries lur1kitig andi scheinling"' i 11
thits otuilt y? :very day Ithe ws
paper, lut st Stories to iho etfeel that
:ltpor1lant sitte se reIs. infortatiotn
of iit ' it'uily nnta d tt rtatiolls
of, the( naval vessel-4 reAsch Ilhe helad
of Germally's Seert l''uick inl leilin.
Do you know yotir ie-ighbor?
Ar yon sitr 111ha lilt nall ho I
nexAt door1 01- Uh0 11n,11 Who 1rifleS diMwit
to the (Olico with yonl in theq mlorning"
is nol tInte of the Kaiisr's paid hil
ling"? Are yonl verlain l14A is; not) one
of those spies4 who transmlit tis im
portant inforlai io. !.) to : t i -i pl al of
Syon know tha i' s :
at on 1 ine p l ed to bl4w up te14,
ton Titht . i he n w~~ , ni the w
fl-w l -t k- :j 1*i< Al, Il.,.cIT.,
I Or 1 . t". !w: 1(4.1 r
For d r
.. M A
isidered how pleased
iother sister or sweet
g your best in a trim,
in Curlee Clothes will
rably, and their values
aciated as their good
me extremely desi'ra
s for your inspection.
W. Laurens St.
~ide Public Square
SHOULD BE GROWN
Will Help Provide For a Hun
gry World During Coming
help in a large way to solve the prou
lemix of provilinlg food--and, like t1he
Irish potato, a food ihat will largely
take tlhe place of bread,
In order that the beist results may
he obtained. the following in foriu
tioni oil "Growing Sweet Pol atoes In
Sotili Carolina" has been prepared by
George 1. Hoffman, extension ort I
eulturist of ('lemson College, at the
retuaost of the Food Administration for
Growing Sweet Potatoes In South
T'i'ei are few crops so well adapted
co South ('arolina conditions that can
be grown with equal success and profit
eta 1 te SweIti Iotato. This crop
iffers to the growcrs every advantage
hat. is offered by cther field or truck
Soil selection, preparation, fertiliz
Ing. arefill fliting a11ndl planting, and
cultivating are the essontials of sue
in l ite growing of r. crop of sweot
pota t ols.
Soi1:--Th , weet potato adap'ts It
s Ii to a e i divfraity of soil. but it
i i n and thriv0 4 u bst oil : weli
nvyy loom Soil 11
th i I .W a clay Na:>1:,, a 0: rd -
br"n r)he ju i t)m I y
11 0 *~-. th:' l (I t' t ' 01.TIn'
h n3!'t 1 of: the so(il Th
I-io of th IN
te minof the 1:x1nt 1o
in he in-o'!,4( , inrly
both nina)))t-n ial fertilier,, antd brn
yard ianurs .1r0 alpplied in tile drill.
wl n the ()il is being titled for set,
tilg th phlit. and 1- a sidf dress'eOr.
Fitting the Soil and Setting the
Plants:--l'reparatory to s8tting the
plalnt. whi -hi shoultI be from lay st1.
to J. l 1 ! h lay off' row , 24 to -1 foot
1pamrtI anld aplply the( h~arnyv ard or voml
menr-cial frtfilizers in the dill and
thorourhly inix with the soil. Plant
ing bedls of miedium height, dn).-illing
up)01on drainlage., 1hold~~~ be thro'(wnI up
and drafggedl down, andoth phiints101 or
v'ine-ottIings set 14 to 18 inoches apart.
Corr-ctling the packed conitliont of
the soil1 brought a bout through the
transp-Jlanting 1 prooce~s. immedi01 ately
following the selltlng of the ptlants, the
wateor furr-ows shlold lbe hal-rowed er
other'wise shtallow (1ult1ivaoted.
For late plantings, tile one le-af, 8 to
10 inch v'ine cu1ttintgs are mor-e dlesiral
ble than are the plants. thIs be-ing es
iwcially true in the growing of seed
Varieties:-The Nancy Hall. Porto
Rico. and Triumph are the leading
andi most popular varieties'grown In
this State. Thle Triumph is one of the
earliest var-ietles, and should he plant
ed when potatoes are grown for early
Cultivationt-Frequent and shallow
cultIvation should be practiced until
the vInes have covered the ground,
during whichl period the greateot of
care must be exercised in the turning
of the vines. At the first cultivation,
which consists of a careful hoeing and
sidling with a broad furrow, a side
dressing of cottonseed meal should be
applied, at the rate of onq-half ton per
acre, andl thoroughly mixed with the
soil. The Orangeburg sweep or heel
how an~d shovel will be found to be
Very effective in ctultivating this crop.
The following record of expendlitures
and returns on an acre of sweet po
tatoes was furnished us by a grower
Iln Richland county, South Carolina,
during 1917 and 1018:
Rental value of land .......... $ 8.00
Turning and hlavrowing twice.. 4.00
Comnpost--10 loads' at $1.00.... 10.00
Plants-10,000 at $2.50......... 25.00
Hoeing three times-........... 3.00
Plowing and turnting vines.... 4.25
Cottonseed meal, %. ton at $48.. 24.00
Applyi'ng cottonseed meal......1.50
Harvesting and storing. .....G. 12.00
Total expenditure ......$97.00
270 bushels No 1 potatoes at
to buuhels eul1s art $0.60...... 1800
Total v'eturne .............$4*7.00
Why wait to enjoy the supreme comfort which
a straw hat provides. This is the open season for them.
Join the ranks of the cool headed men. Get under one
Clardy & Wilson have assembled a super-fine stock of
strawks for spring. -ere is an ideal hat here for every
type of man. Tl newest styles are represented in all
varieties of stra s.
Sail9'$2.00 to $3.50
9dgkoks $5.00 to $6.00
Panamas $5.00 to $10.00
CLAR DY & W I LSON
"Monotony Is the
Spite of Life"
Says Mr. B. Careful
No two men are exactly alike and no two tastes are
even nearly like. You need variety, not monotony in
anything you sell to humans, from hose to clothes or spat
to hat--you need widely diverging styles.
$20 to $40
don't look I e they all grew~oi the same tree---there's ev
ery type, f om extremeffilish, tight-fitting models to the
conserva e straig ocket kind for older men---a great
relief fr the otonous "one-way" line that you often
run up gain . And of course, with a greater variety of
models, can suit and sell a greater percentage of men
---it 's simply the old "rule of three."
SEE OUR NEW SUMMER HATS
Kool Kloth and Palm Beach Suite Now On Display
Regular, Slims, and Stouts
. $8.50 to $18.50
Minter Company's Man Shop