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THOtSDAY, JELY 16, J919 3C Fertilizing Growing Girops mm ur un.: City and County D I R E C 10 R M. -KING DOES IT PAY? Gus Johnson, of Indianapolis, Ind., and a friend are visiting his mother, Mrs. Corrie Johnson, at Horse Shoe. Sheriff Allard Case's father, J. L Case, is critically ill at Patton Me morial Hospital. Scott Coburn is reported as having regained consciousness, can sit up for a little while and walk around in the room, at the hospital. The friends of T. B, Carson will be interested to hear that he is sit ting up a while every day. Mrs. M. A. Gover, who is at Chim ney Rock for the summer, spent the week-end here with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Egerton. Rev. J. F. Ligon went to Asheville on, Wednesday to assist Rev. P. N. Gresham in a 10 day's meeting at the West Asheviile Presbyterian church. Mrs. J. F. Ryers was hostess to the Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist church last week. This was the last meeting until August when. the final plans will be made for their annual summer sale of fancy work and eat ables. Capt.. W. B. Lowrance and son, W- B. Jr., of Columbia, S. C, are occupying their summer home. Mrs. Lowrance is taking treatment m Bal timore and will come later. The following are guests at the Gables, Mrs. G. C. Leonard, a sister of Mrs. Rector, from Landrum, S. C, Mr. and Mrs. Brownlus and children, Due West, S. C, Mrs. E. L. Jones, Spartanburg, Mesdames Scurry, Georgetown, S. C, Endicott, New Al bany, Ind., Bouchier, Smith, Cham bers and two children, Howland and children and Brown, of St. Peters burg, Fla., Mrs. Faulk and children, from Key West, Fla. Several or these guests have been guests at the Gables for several summers. CITY Mayor: C. E. Brooks. Town Council: J. W. Bailey, W. M. Bacon, A. H. Hawkins. John S. For rest. J. A. Fletcher, K. G. Morris. Tax Collector: G. V,'. brooks. Chief cf Police: Otis V. Powers. Superintendent Wa;or Works and Streets: A. A. I.IcCali. CC HENDERSONVI LL1 HAS County Commissioners: J. N. Russell (Chairman) J. A. Maxwell, S. J. Whit aker. . . Clerk of Court: C. M. Pace. Register of Deeds: A. O. Jones. Sheriff: Allard Case. Tax Collector and Treasurer: A. E. Hudgins., Superintendent Education: W. S. Shitle. Road Supervisor: p. F. Patton. Physician: Dr. L. B. Morse. - Farm Demonstrator: Frank Flem ming. Attorney: O. V. F. Blythe. Register Births and Deaths: B. F.i Hood. ' I Board of Health: J. N. Russell, (Chairman), W. S. Shitle (Secretary), Dr. J. L. Egerton, Dr., J. S. Brown, C. E. Brooks. J N. Harper, Soil Improvement Committee, Atlanta, Georgia. CHURCHES First Baptist Dr. E. E. Bomar, Pastor. Services: Sunday 11 a. m. Evening services S:30 p. m. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., N. M. Hollowell, Supt. East HcndersonTille Baptist Rev. C. S. Blackburn, Pastor Services: Sunday 11 a. ra., and 7: SO p. m. Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting: 7:30 p. m. Sunday School: 9:45 a. ra., Fullbright, Supt. C. S. Catholic Father Marion, driest. Services: Sunday 11 a. m. days 7:30 a. m. Week- N & Two Cafes. Two BaiMis. One Florist. Five Hotels. One Bakery. One Hospital. One Optician. One Ice Piant. Pared Streets. Four Garages. One Osteottatl!. Electric Lights. Fonr Coal Yards. Eiglit Piij sicaus. Eleven Lawyer's. Board cf Trade.. Tv.o Feed Stores. Trro TTogu Yards. One Opera House. Five Shoe Stores". One Bicycle &l:oi . Three Grist JJills. Four Drug Stores. One Phcto Gal&ry. Three Newspapers. One Jewelry Store. Six Grocery Stcres. . One L-oUIlng riant. Concrete SlJe'weJIis. One Pabllc Lilr-rr. Four Ueat Markets. Two Oil Companies. Your JTr.xher S?vps. One Steam Livandry fi. Six Dental Surgeon's u Water and Sewerage. tttfS . -Winery Store; - - - . - - i ----- ! ' Two Telegraph- OSices. Tlir lib rd wnre Stores. .... .Two Department Stores. Three Blacksmith Shops. Otc Telephone Exchange. One Girls Bearding School, One Roys JtoihUn? School. Three Real Estate Brokers. TwoXirery and Sale Stables. One Book and Stationery Store. Two FlGnibiixg Establishments. Two Moving Picture, Theatres. Two Five and Ten Cent Stores. Two Electrical Supply Stores Bufldiag and Loan Association. Two Gent's Furnishings Stores. One Dealer in Fruit and Produce. Seven Wholesale Establishments. Four General Merchandise Stores. One Graded School for Whites and One for Colored. Five Churches for White and Four for Colored. Two Harness and Shoe Repair Es tablishments. Three Fruit and Confectionery Stores. Five Life and Fire Insurance agen- Four Manufacturing Plants, including- Woodworking Establishments and Xomber Yards. . St. James Episcopal Rev. A. W. Farnum, Rector. Services: Sunday 7:30 a. m., and 11 a. m. Sunday School: 0:00 a. ra. Side applications of fertilizers to the growing crops as a supplement to a first application made at seeding time, is quite widely practiced ia the South. The writer recently obtained from county agents the names of leading farmers of North and South Carolina who make a bale or mere of cotton per acre. These farmers were ad dressed a letter and asked, among other things, to tell how they fertil ized their cotton. In these answers a large proportion report that they make side applications of fertilizer A few of these reports that are typi cal of the rest are given herewith: Mr. Jno. C. Fletcher, McColl, s. C. Kind of soil: "Light loam with clay subsoil." Fertilizer used and method of ap plying: "Use about 1,400 lbs. per acre; half applied just before planting, and the other half about June 15th." Mr. B. D. Mann, Enfield, N. C. Kind of soil: "Sandy loam "and heavy loam to gray stiff soil." . Fertilizer used and method of ap plying. "From 500 to 1,000 lbs. per acre of an 8-3-3. , At time of planting use from 400 to 600 lbs., about June 1st when cotton is chopped out make an other application of 400 lbs." Mr. Fred H. Young, Timmonsville, S. C. Kind of soil: "Sandy loam with ciay subsoil." Fertilizer used and method of ap plying: "900 to 1,000 lbs. of fertilizer used. April 1st apply 500 lbs. of fer tilizer, ridging on same and planting about ten days later. Fertilizer ap- G A A (during normal times 700 lbs. of an S-4-4). Apply fertilizer and stable manure in drill before planting. Ap ply one-third of fertilizer as a side application when plants are about knee high." Mr. H. A. Monroe, Cameron, N. C. Kind of soil: "Gravelly sandy loam with clay subsoil." Fertilizer used and meth-l of ap plying: "600 to S00 lbs. of fertilizer per acre used. Part applied at time of preparing the land, and 200 to.' 300 lbs. applied as side dressing before blooms appear." Mr. F. H. Waller, Kingston, N. C. Kind of soil: "Gray sandy soil." Fertilizer used and method of ap- plying: "300 lbs. per acre of a 10-4-8. Apply fertilizer in drill about ten days prior to planting. Side dress one. or two times about June .20 and July 10." Mr. W. F. Peterson, Clinton, S. C. Kind of soil: "Dark gray." Fertilizer used and method of ap plying: "400 lbs. when rows aro laid 'off; 250 lbs. as side application at second plowing after chopping, and 250 lbs. as another side application when plants are knee high." Side Applications to Cotton. At the time the cotton plant is ia full bloom ample plant food must be available or else a large percentage of the squares will shed. While there are other factors that caused shedding, for example, a lack of a proper amount of moisture; still, it has been. proven that even with the most favorable moisture conditions, a lack of plant food is the potent cause of this trouble. General .Supplies''-' o r-r-1. i ires. all Tubes Gasolin e ana other Automobile Accessories SUPPLIES A . SPECIALTY Second Ave. W. Phone 1 28 WIHII WKIU I III H ll'fMUl H'l BMfQsWXs) plied in three applications; 500 lbs 4, Under boll weevil conditions, the before planting; about May 1st, an other application of 500 lbs.; and still another application of 200 to 250 lbs. June 1st." Mr. B. F. Shelton, Speed, N. C. Kind of soil: "Norfolk loam, or dark gray soil." Fertilizer used and method of ap plying: "800 lbs. of a 9-5-2 used per acre (during normal times an 8-4-4). Half of fertilizer applied in driJl at time of planting; the other half when cotton is 5 to 6 inches high." Mr. A. G. Clarkson, Wateree, S. C. Kind cf soil: "Ruston loam." Fertilizer used and method of ap plying: "1,500 lbs. of a fertilizer an alyzing 10 phosphoric acid, Z nitrogen, and no potash. Apply two thirds of fertilizer at time of prepar ing the land and one-third in May or June." Mr. S. P. Winburne, Como, N. C. Kind of soil: ''Light lcam." Fertilizer used and method of ap tiag: "600 lbs. per acre of a 10-5-0 fertilizer used in side applications should contain a high percentage of phosphoric acid and a rather low per centage of nitrogen. This fertilizer has the effect of forcing the young bolls to quick growth and early ma turity. Side Applications to Corn. While it usually pays to make a larger side application of fertilizer for cotton than for corn, still, many cf the best farmers in the Southeast advocate liberal side applications fox corn. The period of the growth of corn is much shorter than that of cotton; con sequently, there must be present in the soil large supplies- of available plant foo'l at the critical period of its growth, which is from the time it is waist high to tasselling time. For SUITS, Th e Hustler, Xclfcodist Rev. M. F. Sloores, Pastor. Services: Sunday 11 a. m. Sunday School 9:45 a. m., Durfce, Supt. Presbyterian Rev. J. F. Ligon, Pastor. Services: Sunday 11 a. m. and 7: SO p. m. Wednesday Evening Pray er Meeting. 7:30 p. in. Scr-oay School: 8: -15 a. m. be. A.. II. MoreySurt. An nvestmen not of t North Carolina State Goifege of Agrie&ta and : Engineering US WEST RALEIGH i.s y. Z Jr 'C $A A Land Grant College founded under an act of Congress by the State Legislature of North C-r?lir.a in March,. 15G7. Splendidly equipped for the education of the cons cf the State jn the technical and industrial arts. s8 m m m Four ir c: ur m .irncr'iure. Agrlr'il'.urri! Chemis'.ry, and m xtt.;isti, ...ro..uiuc-i, v-:ivjni.v.u uza lc ::!:; .ns;neenng.. isc.-f departments In Agricultural En::-?cr3 and lllzwzy Engineering. Numerous short courses. Unit cf Reserve Oillcers Tr'r'r-rT-rr. S:-n;crs a id si w - Famous Castfe cf Durnsteirs. The niprged towers of the castle of Durnstein, in ' which Richard of Eng land was imprisoned, still rise by th Danube, and there is a -Napoleonic le-J tivm mar, as tne i- reneii emperor rode by. in his Wagram campaign, he point ed to them with horror as a reminder of- a barbarous incident. Seemingly his revery was untroubled by any pre vision of the far harder fate in store for him. .. . ;,, ...... . . .. ' 1 S - I Ml Numerous short courses. . gf tlk IH CS LrJt cf Reserve 0::c?rs T- -r:rjT-r. S-Icrs a id Juniors receive an expense. ir situi's.t; - Z Strong atnletic teams. v li Repniremcnt for ccmissicn: evcn i-Its practical? equivalent to fjs the compkticn of tenth grade vrc:!:. 25- if 2 Board $16.00 per month. Tuition 13.00 per year. Loom rent, heat . ?S and light $30.00 per year. -, . 11" TF 7 F TT WS7'f 111 Enrollment last session 1,020, exclusive cf all summer students. ' ' m': i ! lil f J f $t Fall term begins September 3. S J Vy C- M. 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