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Condncted for the Benefit of the Farn
munications and Inquiries to be Se
S. C., Miss Willie Mae
The farmers to gather all the crim- j
rot, und bur clover seed they can and
all they do not need, let me know,
about them and I will list them in the ;
farmers exhibit exchange columns and
help you sell tt'vem. There will be .
greater demand this fall than ever |
before for clover seed and it will be !
difficult to get them from Europe, so I j
would advise all who want seed to I
look out for local supply and get them
Every farmer should have some
clover seed to sow this fall. Some
batches of bur clover seed are yield-'
ing from $100 to $200 per acre t!':is !
year. This is not hot air but actual
facts. Get busy Mr. Farmer and seed j
some land to clover. Besides t':e val- j
ue of the seed crop. t':e clover fur- j
nishes fine grazing for hogs and cattle '
during early spring. It is also val- [
uable as soil improver. A good growth
of clover turned under is worth as
much per acre as $10 to $15 worth of
More clover, more and better livestock
will mean richer soils, better
farming, bigger bank accounts and
more independent living. Make arrangements
now for some clover seed
to sow this fall.
T. M. Mills,
Farm Dem. Agent.
6 Essex pigs.
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z,uuu caoDage pianis -isc per uuudred
1,500 lbs. hairy vetch seed.
Pomaria, Xo. 3
_ Box 14.
25 pure Poland china pigs and
shotes at the rig:t price.
Newberry, F'one 2502.
One good milk cow.
Prosperity, Phone 2613.
U. S. Department of Agriculture.
In cooperation with Clemson Agricultural
Bishopville, S. C., June S. 1915.
To All Local Agents:
I am sending you herewith two (2)
copies of my list of State, district and
county prizes, offered to the members
of the Boys Corn club. I have been
able to offer these valuable prizes by
the aid and cooperation of those
whose names you will find mentioned
in the circular in connection with the
various prizes. The Clemson short
course, as iyou know, is offered by
Clemson college and is the same prize
as was offered last season. As you will
see these are all ivery valuable prizes,
and should be the means of stimulating
the work very much in your county.
I would like for you to have your
local papers publish these prizes in j
the same form that they are now, and
you to get the editors to comment up- j
on t)'" em in order to attract attention. |
This list does in no way interfere with
the local or county prizes that you are
expected to arrange for and offer
through the cooperation of the citi-1
.zens of -your county.
I am not yet prepared to offer any,
"district or State prizes to boys enrolled
in the pig clubs of the various
'counties. If you are conducting this
work in your county, it will be neces- j
sary for you to arrange local or district
prizes to offer those engaged in
t~e work. It is our purpose to extend
this work into every county of j
the State next year, and to make it
second in importance only to the corn
club, and I fcave every reason to believe
when the showing is made this
fall in the few counties that are or- j
ganized that we will have no difficul- 1
; ~ ~ j Air,
iy ill securing aiu~avuve oiaitr auu u-io>VOU>DED
TELLS OF FKAY
Saw Clyde Isenhower Shoot Sheriff
Hood?Bullets Flew Thick.
The State, loth.
One of tibe principals in the Winnsboro
riot, B. R. Beckham, special deputy
sheriff, who was wounded in the
leg, described the incident as follows,
when seen yesterday afternoon at the
"I am a citizen of Winnsbc- and
was deputised by Sheriff Hood to assist
"him in protecting the negro, Jules
Smith, in case an attempt should be
made to take the prisoner from his
custody. I was one of the party
wibich came to Columbia this morning
to get the negro from the penitentiary.
TTT? JJJ ?/\f on+?/>motA pariAiia
TTtJ UiU UUt ouuwyoio owivuo uvuuiv(
but the sheriff, to be on the safe
side, deputized 12 more men when we
reached Winnsboro. Th&re was not an
unusually large crowd inNtown.
"Our automobiles were shopped at
Che curb across the street frolnxthe
IGE DEPARTMENT j
ers of Newberry County?All Comnt
to Mr. T. M. Mills, Prosperity,
Wise, Prosperity, S. C.
trict prizes for next season.
Wishing you every success in the j
club work, 1 am,
L. L. Baker,
Supervising .Agent of Boys' Corn Club
Tee Clemson Agricultural College
In Cooperation with
U. S. Department of Agriculture
And State Department of Education
Bishopville, S. C., May 28, 1915.
To all Demonstration Agents and
Members of the Boys' Corn Clubs of i
I beg leave to announce t?':e following
To the boy in the State making the j
highest general average according to (
rules and regulations contained in j
Circular No. "A" 74, revised edition,!
and in Clemson College Corn Club j
Catechisms Vols. I. and II., will be!
awarded a gold medal offered by the
j Hon. A. F. Lever, and Forty ($40)
' dollars in cash offered by the H. G.
| Hasting Seed Co., of Atlanta, Ga.
To the boy making the second gen!
eral highest average according to
j rules and regulations contained in
| Circular Xo. "A" 74, revised edition,
I and in Clemson College Cora Club j
Catechisms Vols. I. and II., will be j
awarded a 14k. gold, open faced, 19
iewelled, adjusted Waltham movement |
watch, offered by t? e W. H. Mixson j
Seed Co., of Charleston, S. C., and;
thirty ($30) dollars in cash offered j
J by the H. G. Hasting Seed Co., of Atlanta,
To the boy in the State making the
j highest yield at the lowest cost per:
j bushel, in accordance with the rules!
| and regulations in Circular Xo. "A"
7J. revised edition, and in the Clem;
son College Corn Club CatectMsms j
j Vols. I and II., will be awarded thirty
dollars in cash offered by the
K. G. Hasting Seed Co., of Atlanta, Ga. j
To the boy in each congressional,
district of the State making the highest
general average according to rules
and regulations contained in Circular
Xo. "A" T^, revised edition and in the
Clemson College Corn Club Catechisms
Vols I and II. will be awarded
one thousand (1000) pounds of Sul-,
phate of Ammonia, or an agricultural
s.bort course of one month at Clemsnn
Tf'is nrizf* is offered bv
American Coal* Products Co., of Atlanta,
To the two boys in each county of
the State making 'the highest two general
averages according to rules and
regulations contained in Circular No.
"A" 74, revised edition, and in the
Clemson College Corn Club Catechisms
Vols. I and II, will be awarded one
month free scholarship to agricultural
short course at Clemson College.
These prizes are offered by Clemson I
To the county agent who secures
the greatest percentage of bona fide
club reports on the largest enrollment
of boys,' enrollment to count twentyfive
per cent and reports to count
seventy-five per cent, will be awarded
twenty-five ($25) dollars in cash, of- J
fered by the H. G. Hasting Seed Co.,
of Atlanta, Ga.
L. L. Baker,
Supervising Agent of Boys' Corn Club
W. W. Long,
J. E. Swearingen,
State Superintendent of Education.
court house. I was in advance, other
deputies flanking and following the
siierin, wno nad nom or tne prisoner.
We had reached t'-e court
house door and I had just started up
the steps when the crowd began to
"I heard Sheriff Hood order somebody
to keep this hands away from his
pistol. It was then that the trouble
Ik AM.A M Cl?TV* /\k A J Tr A 1
utrgiUi. oumcnuu/ uiew a icvvnci. j
Clyde Isenhower, who seemed to be
leading the mob, was firing at the
sheriff when I looked back. The sheriff's
coat waved each time he was hit.
Someone shot me here in the right
leg. The -bullet went through the
fleshy part of the calf and I think
grazed the bone.
"The negro started to run up the
steps and I grabbed at him, but
missed. Then I drew my pistol for
protection. The bullets were flying
thick and fast. One of the other deputies
pulled me around to the side
of the steps, into a better defensive
position. I saw Isen'hower fire at
least one of the shots that hit Sheriff.
Mm , j
Hood in the stomach. Isenhower himself
was siiot all to pieces.
'"Somebody whom I did not know!
stuck ais pistol into my face, at tr.ej
height of the affair, and was about to :
fire, wC en I asked him, 'Why do you
want to kill me?' He lowered his'
pistol and mixed with the crowd. 11
have no idea how many men were in !
the attacking party. We were pretty |
busy and fcadn't time to notice details.
It was a fearful experience, but;
I tried in every way to do my duty." j
Mr. Beckham's wound, made by a'
nio + svl Ki.llrtf w.'-ir*'-! tVio PQ ! f
plOlU"l UU11CC) iva p11- * u i,ug >. j
just below the knee, was dressed at!
the Columbia hospital on the arrival j
of t'':e train bringing Sheriff Hood and
Rural Policeman Bouhvare.
The story of how Sheriff Hood, after
having received four wounds, carried
the negro, Jules Smith, nearly to the:
prisoner's dock in the Fairfield county
court house at Winnsboro, was
brought to Columbia yesterday by J. j
M. Stone, a special deputy, who wasj
among the score of officers engaged in
? " "" -\t_ ; j 1
tHe ng:t. l ne negro, .vir. sioue saiu, i
died shortly after being dropped by the'
sheriff. Mr. Stone suffered a slight
powder burn about the face.
"The mob shot at Deputy Boulware,!
even after Sheriff Hood had carried j
the negro into t?e court room," said
(Mr. Stone said that he was in front
of the prisoner, on the long steps
leading to the court room, w':en Clyde
Tspnhower nnsheri a nistol through the
banister and fired three times at
"A'ter three shots had been fired by
Isenhower," said Mr. Stone, "Sheriff
Hood pulled his pistol and began firing.
I tl'.ink that the sheriff hit Isenhower
every time he fired. The sheriff
had told all of the deputies not to
fire until it was necessary."
Mr. Stone said that all of the attacking
party stood behind posts or
the steps. He has no idea how manv
shots were fired.
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>0TICE TO DELISQUEST TAX
The treasurer of Newberry county
and the clerk and treasurer of the j
town of Newberry have placed in my f
lhands executions against those par-;
ties who have not paid taxes due by!
tfcem for the year 1914.
The last legislature passed a law!
^11 f<Vi Ariffn mol?A fV* i
ic^uniirg <aii o-iici iKJ ii-ia-rvc tucii i
final returns on tax collections by
July 1st. It will be a matter of impossibility
to call upon every delinquent
more than one time. The costsj
will be less if the taxes are paid at j
my office. Therefore, I urge all delinquents
to settle by June 19th. After
that date I will be compelled to Degin
making levies on property.
Cannon G. Blease,
Sheriff of Newberry Countq.
APPLICATION FOR APPOINTMENT
OF PUBLIC GUARDIAN.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned,
a brother of the minors
herein named, will make application
to /4is Honor, Circuit Judge Frank B. j
Gary, presiding in the Eighth Judicial j
Circuit, at chambers, in Abbeville, S. j
C., on June 12th, 1915, at 11 o'clock]
a. m., for the appointment of the Judge:
Owrtk A I /> \* A TTT V\ A f TT O C .
ui nvuaic iui ?>c" ucujf v,uu.u.i.jr ao;
Guardion of Beeler Farmer, Mollie
Farmer, Viola Farmer, Oie Farmer,
Fletcher Farmer, Thornton Farmer,
Onie Farmer and Ida Belle Farmer,!
minors, who have an estate of about!
ninety dollars each, consisting of cash j
money, no fit, competent and responsi- >
ble person fcaving been found who is j
willing to assume said guardianship.
Newberry, S. C., May 24, 1915.
SCHOLARSHIP and ENTRANCE
The examination for the award of
vacant scholarships in Winthrop col
lege and for tJbe admission of new
students will be held at the county
court house on Friday, July 2, at 9
a. m. Applicants must not be less
than sixteen years of age. When
scholarships are vacant after July 2
they will be awarded to those making
the highest average at tibis examination,
provided they meet the conditions
governing the award. lAppliort>irw1orc'hiT>?!
chnillf? Writ tO
VftU I/O 1W1 QV/UViUt MAU
President. Johnson before the examination
for scholarship examination
Scholarships are worth $100 and
free tuition. The next session will
open September 15, 1915. For further
information and catalogue, address
Pres. D. B. Johnson, Rock Hill, S. C.
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