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Name "Bayer" on Genuine
'Vniri.-! Ulnles you see the namo
"Bayor ' on packagO or On tablets you
are not getting genuine Aspirin pre
I led by phy.icians orf twenty-one
'"trl an11d )roved safe by millions.
Take Aspirin only as told in the Bayer
package for Colds. Headache, Neural
gia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache,
Lumbago and for Pain. Ilandy tin
boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of As
pirin cost few cents.' Druggists also
sell larger packages. Aspirin is the
trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of
Mononioeticacidester of Gal icylicadtid.
"Pape's Diapepsin" gives
Relief in Five Minutes
"Pape's Diapepsin" is the quickest,
surest relief for Indigestion, Gases, Fla
tulence, Heartburn, Sourness, Fermenta
tion or Stomach I)istrces caused by acid
ity. A few tablets give almost imme
diate stomach relief and 'bkortly the
stomach is corrected so you can eat fa
vorite foods without fear. Large case
costs onliy fev cents at drug store. Mil
lions helped annually.
DID PAIN DISTURB
-HE pain and torture of rheu
matism can be quickly relieved
by an application of Sloan's
Liniment. It brings warmth, case and
comfort and lets you sleep soundly.
Always have a bottle handy and
apply when you feel the first twinge.
It fpnetrates without rubbing.
It's splendid to take the pain out of
tired, aching muscles, sprains and
strains, stiff joints, and lame backs.
For forty years pain's.cnemy. Ask
.At all druggists-35c, 70c, $1.40.
Heavy Cold? Chest
All Clogged Up ?
DON'T let it -get.a start, Dr. King's
D New Discovery will get right
-down to wvork,.relieving the tight feeling
in, t)ne ,chest, .quieting the racking
*cough, gently :stimulating the bowels,
-thus eliminating :the cold poisons.
Alvays .reliable. Just good medicine
:made to ease colds and .coughs.
'For fifty :years a .standard remedy.
All the family .can .take ;it -with helpful
.results. Eases the schiidren's croup.
N~o Jarmful -drugs. 'Convincing, heal
ing taste that Ihe .kidies like. .At all
Feel Badly? .Bowels Sluggish?
Haven't any "pep" in work or play.
You're constipatedf 'The stimulating
action of. Dr. King's Puia brings back
old time energy. All druggists; 25..
P'ROMPTI WON"t GRUPE
~r. Kings Pills
The Very Next Dose of -this
Treacherous Drug may
'tou know what calomel is. It's mer
cury; quicksilver.'Calonmel i. dangerous,
It oraules into sour bile like dynamite.
cra ing and sickening you. 4soml
attIa~ the bones and should, never be
pu into your system.
If! you foel bil16ous, .headaOhy', eoustd
p4tee~ and ali knoked out, Jtst -.t4
yourt druggist atd aet a bottle~ofD '
*42' Liver Tone for a few euts Vhilol
ia aiharmless veetable substituto for
d$? rous ealomql Take a spoonful and
1 .doesn't str6 your liver and
straighten you upbette apd quicker
than -nasty calotne and without ,making
you alek, you just 60 backc and -gt ou
* 14 take calomnel I It makces you
51pk the next dayl it loses you a day's
Work. Dodeon's'Liver Tone straightens
you right up anid you feel gee Nol
.tanIeessary. Gilve It to t c hildreni
becus It~sperfeetly havmrw and cas
* ('OTTON (IlowING UNDEI *
* liO~LC WEEIL 1)NDITIONS *
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lDomr Farmer Frields:
The ime has come when our sya
tem of farming will have to be chunged
to a great extent. Heretofore, we have
depende'd on cotton to buy all that we
and olr stock ate, but nov we can
mjarklet about h':lf of a cotton crup to
(culrselves by raising 'our own supplies
1t home. it took the money from
about half of outr cotton crop to pay
for these things. All farmers iwho do
not raise their own supplies this year
-are working to a means to stop farm
ing this coming fall. I have 'been In
the boll weevil district in Georgia for
four years and I ha'e seen hunureds
of farmers go broke trying to thri ann
raise all or nearly nil cotton. Farm
ers in Laurens county will be in the
same boat, if they use tihe same plan.
Now is the time to set your plans for
this year, so %%-hat are you going to (10?
Are you going to buy every boll
weevil machine that is offered for sale?
Why, no, you can't afford to do that.
You can only afford to 'buy and do the
things that are and have been tested
out by the experilhental stations and
the federal government. The govern
mcit has found 'that the calcium ar
senate dust is good and oprofitable un
(er certain conditions but every farm
er can't afford to use it at 'the present
time. No farmer should -attempt to use
the calcium arsenate dust unless lie
uses it on high yielding land;
When weevil infestation Is heavy;
Wahen you can apply the poison by a
iWhen weather conditions are rea
sonably favorable 'for 'poisoning;
When you canl buy the poison at a
When you have confidence In the
When you are willing to carry oi
instructions given by the ol'iginator
'13. R. Coad, federal government ex
Wilen you are mwilling to take a loss
provided it. vains so your dust won't
have the effect as it should.
There is no one thing a hundred
per cent perfect, so you will have to
use a combinat ion or things.
B3y buying the calcium arsenate co
clieratively we can get the dust at 11e
per pound delivered. 'It will surely
lm'ay many to try out this dust in order
to learn how to use it and you will
surely make expenses back .provided it
doesn't rain too otten and you follow
The first thing to do now is plan not
to put in over six to eight acres to the
plow in cotton for you can't possibly
manage more than thlat and that is
enough to risk the weevils eating up
Select your best yielding land, 'which
should be early land, that-is warms uir
early in -the spring and as far away
fr9m woods as possible. .New grounds
full of rotton stiuns -will be -an extra
good place for your weevils to get ar
early stgrt for they hibernate in old
rotten stumps and logs Ind ld dea
fBe sure that you have good seed 01
an early maturing variety and a va
riety that will h'ave some late squares
The Cleveland seed is the 'best for they
have stood the test under boll weevi
conditions on the experimental sta
Buy a quick acting fertilizer witi
nitrate of sodla furnishing the most oJ
the nitrogen. From four to five hun
dlred .pounds of 'a ni& gr''de ferilize1
to the acre will give you the best av
erlage returns. If you l,SyvL i.lenty o
seed iput a'hout twice as many to th<
acre as you (d1( before von had th<
wveevils. If you miss a stand the firs
time it surely will not iLy you t4
The reasons for reducing your acre
age is to have the amount you cai
manage for you will surely 'have t~
pick live weevils by hand, then yo1
will have to pick up the squares.
will tell you later why .it is necessar:~
to' do these. things.
I ihave had the que'stion asked m(
"Why not everybody get poison' anm
ipoison at one time in order to kill al
the weevils?" This theory uwould worl
if all the weevils ca-me out of hiberna
tion at d"e same tihne, but some fel
are alreadly out and the last ones wil
'be out somewhere about the first 'to th'
fifteenth of July.- Usually the One
that are the best bibernatedrare las
to come out and start to work.
Please remember that you wil
throw' your money a:way to .b(fy an;
old boil weevil treps or' any machin
titt on the molasses mixture or an:
liquid for 'the liquids have been trieo
out by the experimental stations.
'If you iwish 'to 'try the dusting pleas
get in .touch w~ith me and I- will assis
~u in (ny 'way that I can,
4" Buying nitrogen under boll weevi
conldition is almost out of the ques
tioA so piajn ow to elant an extr
amoalit of yelvet beans, peas, so;
'bealn, and cliovers to make you~r nitro
get . You g#il1 sake big trops of agrail
next year if you will -put velvet bean
in your corn and turn them under thi
fell -for your grain and use a little ac4
C L VM10HAN,~
GRAY COTM NEWS *
GI'ay C'ourt, Marcli 27.-The Wo
ian's Clirstian Temperance Union
met at the home of 'Mrs. Langdih
Brooks on Tuesday after the second
Sunday. Much business was transacL
ed and twenty new iembers iwere 'add
ed to our roll. Among other things,
the ladies decided to order a case of
non-alcoholic extracts for their own
use and that of their friends.
A splendid Woman's Christian rem
pepance Union council meeting w%-as
held in Coliumbia, March 22 and 23.
Mlany prominent workers from over
the state were there. Among the best
speeches made, was that of Mr. Bowen,
State Federal Ollcer for the entoe..
ment of the 18th amendient to the
The Junio'r Missionary society met
on Saturday afternoon, M'rch 25th, at
the lethdlst, church.
Miss 10ugen-ia Willis lead the meet
ing. Miss Sarah Owings presided at
the organ and Miss Onnie Lee Tumb
ling recited a beautiful poem, 'and oth
'ers took part In the program. For one
more time the children had their form
er leader, Mrs. Johnson, 'with them,
and It was their turn to give her a
surprise. As soon as 'he meeting was
over the children conducted -Mrs.
Johnson to a ch'air seated on t'he
church lawn and there all surrounded
her. While Sarah Ow-ings was telling
Mrs. Johnson that the children wish
*eds to give her the first shower of t.
season, Carrol Owings slipped up be
.hind her and opening a parasol over
her head a shower of interesting bun
dies fell into her lap. The children
had 'brought many pretty handker
chiefs for this one mwho had given them
so many happy afternoons in the yelars
that she has served as their leader
in the missionary society.
Mrs. Johnson said this was .a total
surprise 'and that children certainly
can keelp a secret. She told the chil
dren to remember too that -it always
paid to attend a missionary society for
she had really felt too 'badly ot come;
but was so glad she had not yielded
-to her feelings.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE I1ROMO QUININE (Tablets.) It
stops the Cough and Headache and works off the
Cold. E. W. bROVE'S signature on each box. 36c.
Jow Fires Ion
the Cost of
30 x 3 Fabric $
30 x 3Y2"
30 x 3Y2 Cord
'32 x 4
33 x 4%
H OW the cost of building quality
level in history was explained by
to the stockholders at the annual
1. AU inventories and commitments
2. Increased manufacturing ejjiciei
3. Selling costs reduced 38%.
Mr. Firestone stated, "This reductio
advantageous buying facilities, and the e
100% stockholding organization.
* "Due credit must be given to Firestc
a smaller margin of profit. This bring
The saving through first cost plus
ilrestone economy 'and is daily adding ne
By spca rrneetihte
Th Am aing toittve yls
Th spcame arraellent wanh.e
T he same uconitngaluthratveses.
The same Betty Wal~es label on every d
But a strikingly lower pr
We wish there were enough for
but, first corne, first served
' Clinton,.A C.
e. Has Reduced
Tire Ser ice
18.75 $ 9.85 47%
22.50 11.65 48%
35.75 1Y.50 51%
56.55 32.40 43%
67.00 42.85 36%
81.50 52.15 36%
ires has been brought down to the lowest
H. S. Firestone, President of the Company,
meeting on December 15, 1921.
at or below the market.
cy and volume production reduced factory
n in prices is made possible by our unusually
nthusiasm, loyalty and determination of our
>ne dealers who are selling Firestone tires on
s every Firestone saving direct to the car.
the saving through high mileage doubles
w fame to the Firestone principle of service
a per Dollar
er yoya these