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To Secure Sign
1st. The saving of waste by
and by eliminating country dai
2nd. The enhancement of vE
out the year instead of dumpin
. 3rd. The influence upon pri<
from the market upon occasion
manipulative in origin, and th
4th. The reduction of sprea<
5th. To create a bullish syst
therefore, hammers down the p
It will put a new germ of hop
American citizen; it will give h
in him a greater confidence in
make of him a better citizen,. a
Every industry is organized,
If the Southern Farmer now:
ize, he should accept whatever c
If the intelligent men of this
We the undersig
South Carolina Co-o
W. C. DAVIS, P
- CHARLTON Du
W. D. McCLAR
J. A. WEINBEI
S. OLIVER O'BI
C. E. GAMBLE,
SIGN NOW! Contracts ma
W. R. Gray, County Demonstra1
CO-OPERATE WITH THE "iarketingcc
TOBACCO WAREHOUSEMEN ance of ampl
its program c
The greatest piece of constructive wherever nec<
business ever undertaken in the south Virginia grov
will begin next week at a series of gether to mi
meetings between the Directors of the inviting the c<
Tobacco Growers Co-operative Asso- housemen of I
ciation and over 400 warehousemen this offer of
of the Carolina's and Virginia. fords an equal
Organized tobacco growers intend these meeting
to keep faith with all warehouse in- was made by '
terests andl will offer owvners of ware- tor' of War~ch
house property an opportunity to sell Committee on
or lease their holdings to the Tobac- of Director's:
co Growers' Co-operative Association, attend all mei
accordling to announcement from the Wariehousen~
Raleigh headquarters of the Associa- hiouses in so
tion, nlotifiedl of th<
The Association has already'ben with officials
assuredl the use of a large number of Co-operative
pr oper ties * t a ii r inty of impma ~nt final ter ms f
Insttutins, ommuitie, ind
[* ri h dacrnn famdsr
[ C ewn rfl o-operati
nedo t that~o rea worte is l yco
* Istiutins CommnIiPesidt
erinthe adaCement of Aim, dVie
W. . STUKES, Presien.
MA. C. BRA DHM, Vie-I
Ntures in Clarendon Coui
eliminating unnecessary handling, seem
dlue by selling in even running lots and
g in the fall.
es effected by a large volume of the crol
s of unreasonable slumps, which are tem
.e approximate adjustment of supply and
I or differentials between grades.
em of selling-individual selling is comp
EFFECT UPON THE FARMER!
e and optimism,into his soul; make him
im more courage to meet his problems m
his fellowman, and greater reverence foi
better man, a better father and husband
FHE WORLD IS ORGANIZED!
and whatever the farmer buys, is proc
ails to-take advantage of the opportunit
ames to him in the future, and never utte
State can't see in this movement their sa
ned bankers of Clarendon County, here
perative Cotton Growers' Association.
resident First National Bank of Manning
iRANT, President Home Bank & Trust
TT, President The Bank of Manning.
k, President The Bank of Santee.
tG, President The Bank of Summerton.
CYAN, President The Bank of Paxville.
President The Bank of Turbeville.
y be obtained at the offices of G. T. Flo.
niers in the Carolina's of their warehouse facili
and has secured assur- agreed upon by directors of
financing to carry out sociation.
f constructing receiving This meeting of South
ssary. warehousemen Will take place
housand Carolina and ence on Saturday, April 8th,
rers who co-operate to- A. M., in the First Nation[
,rket their tobacco are Building.
)-operation of the ware- Letters to be mailed today
he three states through four hundred varehousemen
their leaders which af- three states and signed byT.
cance to all who attend kins, Jr., Director of Wareh4
s. This announcement Y. Joyner, Chairman of the
C. Watkins, Jr., Direc- hos. C ite, . if.......
ouses, who, with the T .Yug fVig~i a
rom three States, will Ascainepcst fe
tings. C tal ~~~s int v
en and owners of ware-inacorigtirpycl
ith Carolina will be te.TeAscainwl
opportunity v> confer srie fanme fCI
f the Tobacco Growers' ndefcet'aeosmn
tssociation regardling etnIetr ,ac rliagt
nwareheusemenngior take teac
ence_______________ At theecofrdayeA p in 8th
A.***** wM., pi'nt the rst eatont
Builia(t n erlyg.ern
fou uded~ w~ arehousese
U ~nthre ates ndicaed bynT
Y.wc Joyne,0 tbaima oth
Caolia resecivly stats aesge
U TAssociation wnts oe
loe etenoposition ofw
m sen, coring this hysia
tioes. Te itssoirctiors tol th
an lueffiien woareouene
>rc themeetings or sale ter.
t tesce conrncit.
* ia' and Vigiia the Arss
psexe ClsontCllgeal Apfring 4.
ordpurhasoe ay aeue a
acdasgow*ntay ofoarkt ves fot
byisl lureengun or rain
wichac th it 5,00ve - tobesacco thaowt
c tanet lning bemade aw arlyuse
Thenil Associt.i lewat oo
l omeisment breasovn byf
ou o scced. itne fordaning the thin eo
tio nfots plyor to thou
housemyeld, wo poaeitoe
Ithese, eoetig pling, expres
oft 00 ou dcut e r otact~, .
*vdasgo Afe h lnshv eu
p11 tyo toe(arhsiotohni
sodninorer have a ui
ty to the S. C.
-ing true grade and staple,
by merchandising through
> which may be withdrawn
porary in their nature and
eting with each other, and
feel more like a free-born
are manfully, and stir with
his Almighty God. It will
luced through ' organized
y presented him to organ
Ivation, God help them.
by endorse the
vd, County Chairman, and
ties, as growth.
the As- Disease-free potatoes can best be
obtained by using the vine cutting
Carolina rather than the slips taken directly
in Flor- from the seed bed. One acre plant
at 11:00 ed in April will supply enough vines
l Bank for planting 5 acres in June, provid
ed the first acre is planted on rich
to over land and the vines forced to grow
in the rapidly.
mses, J. HEREDITY THE REASON FOR
Ware- BLACK LAMBS IN THE FLOCK
d South The appearance of black Ia mbs in
that the a flock made up entirely of white
an ac- sheep has been for ages, and is still,
rehouse- a cause for wyonder andl the basis of
proper- superstititions. But the study of the
leed the laws of breeding and heredity has ex
erienced plainedi the reasons for the sporadie
1)0on ac- ap~pearance of these off-color speci..
this let- mens. In a letter to a farmer who
replortedI 25 black lambs from a flock
e Caro- of 175 purebredl Shropshire ewves, all
ociation wvhite, and who considered certain
emen a feeds the cause, the United States
.o lease Dlepartment of Agriculture givesa
it their clear statement of the principles in..
payable Feedling and management (If sheep,
the As- says Dr. Sewall Wright, specialist in
eement, aninmal genetics, have nothing to do(
'ers, in- wvith the appearance of black Klambs.
in the The black color is hereditary even
though it may be transmitted by or
man to d inary wvhite sheep. Thle black color
its cx- in such a case is wvhat is calledl a
munica- recessive character. White sheep
e ware- which transmit this character at all
ADIMI NISTR'ATO)R'S SALE
.' Pursuant toanodroJ.MWi
ic. ham, JudeIf Probate, I will sell at
public auction to the highest bidder
VINES for cash at the residence of the late
Robert J1. Parker, near Rimini, S. C.,
-In 0r.. at 11 o'clock A. M. on Friday the
ufficnt 'l1st day of March, 1922 the follow
.img personal property, to wit. 1
setting horse, 1 mule, I two-horse wagon, 1
Ly July, one-horse wvagon, half interest in 1
ec first stock chopper, I sow and 2 pigs, 1
he seca- guano distributor, I harrow, 1 com
ning re- plwtos ugy e ulr
ho hor.. bales of middling lint cotton, 1 lot of:
ion of lumber, 1 phonograph and 1 refrig
rop and eto. A. S. M. Parker,
ion of pd. Administrator.
Rimuini, S. C., March 14, 1922.
rt"CICE S PILLS
Otrogen, en i
rate of . $
aid vine SOLD BY DRUGITS tEnVEER
transmit black in 50 per cent of their
xeproductive cells (ova in the case of
ewes and sperinatozoa in the case of
rams) and white in the remaining 50
per cent. Thus, such white sheep
mated with blacks (which can only
transmit black) produce 50 per cent
black lambs and 50 per cent white.
All of these white lambs can trans
White sheep which transmit only
white, mated with blacks, produce
only white lambs, but all of these
lambs can transmit black. When both
ewe and ram are white, but both
transmit black, about 25 per cent of
the lambs are black, 50 per cent are
white, which transmit black, while the
remaining 25 per cent are truebreed
ing whites. In this case it is an even
chance that a given ovum will trauns
mit black and an even chance that
it will be fertilized by a male cell
which transmits black, making one
chance in four that both transmit
black, which is necessary for the pro
duction of a black lamb.
With 25 black lambs appearing in
the flock, it is indicated that about
100 of the 175 ewes transmit black,
assuming that all of the rams used
transmit it. If not all the rams trans
mit this color, then it is probable that
an even larger number of ewes trans
Department of Agriculture Bulletin
905, Principle* of Live Stock Breed
ing, contains i detailed discussion of
this problem. It may be obtained
from the Superintendent of Public
Documents, Government Printing Of
fice, Washington, D. C., for 15 cents.
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