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EDMONT SECTION IS ALIVE TO
GREAT POSSIBILITIES OF
-7 PEACH CULTURL
NO IS HELD AT GREER
-flAores of Bearing Trees
r Netted Fortunate Own
- 7 Y the gum of $20,000.
,-A meeting of the commer
peach growers of the Piedmont
on was held in the offices of the
ber of commerce. There were
* .present. The meeting was arrang
- by A. E. Schilletter, assistant hor
turist of the extension depart
Ont of Clemson college. The object
',to bring the peach growers to
er to study the peach growing
ustry and necourage it in this see
n. Experts from Clemson college
county farm demonstration agents
Greenville and Spartanburg
unties were presnt and assisted in
table discussion. After the meel
itg a trip was made to Mt. Vernor
the splendid peagh orchard of J. V.
ith, four miles from Greer. Mr.
ith conducted the visitors over his
15 acre orchard and gave practicai
onstrations in pruning, spraying
ind cultivation. Mr. Smith's is the
Jsgest and most profitable orchard
In the e'idfpont section. Last season
the Scres of bearing trees produced
.0 carloads of peaches and netted an
tverage of $1,00 per car.
The organization of the First Na
$onal bank of Greer has been com
pleted by the board of directors.
Aiken.-Aiken will entertain, as at
dants upon a three-day short course
home demonstration agents of Al
dale, Barnwell, Bamberg, Colleton,
arleston, Calhoun, Hampton Lex
on, Orangeburg and Richland
ties, toge her with a number of
in poultry raising, cooking,
and co.:ervation, sewing,
rying and household management,
the counties comprising-the die
S-of Miss Bessie Harper, of the
e demonstratIOn work.
Saluda.-During the past week . W.
zer, county agent, and Dr. Urich
Clemson college live stock uan
0f0ce finshed testing 800 family
in the county for tuberculosis.
work is being done on a commu
basis. All of the cows to be
ed are assembled at some ceptral
ontand the tuberculin Is injected.
Othe third day they are reassembled
ndobservations are made and re
SChester-Chester and this section
s visited by a terrific electrical
orm, the most severe seen here in
many years. The rainfall was torren
.tIal. Reports received from the tem
orary Chester camp of the Fifty-first
artillery states that the soldiers went
through the severe storm excellently
and tha.t no damage of any conse
quence was done.
Columbia.-William Burns, one of
the gang of alleged automobile thiess
*ounded up by Richland officials in
-Jnne, and charged with operations cov
ering several southwestern states,
was sentenced in criminal court here
is '' three years on the theft
ehar and a year and a half for at
tempted jail breaking.
Greenvlle.-Kennieth Gossett young
white man of Honea Path, S. C. sent
40 the state penitentiary for 40 years
on a conviction of criminally attack
Ig a young girl of Greenwood, 'S. C.,
ut recently ordered by the supreme
court to a new trial was granted bal
intbum, of $6,000.
eburg. - Abraham Williams,
aegro, was convicted of criminal as
satuIt in the Orangeburg court here.
A death sentence will be imposed as
no recommendation was carried In the
verdict rendered by the jury which sat
on the case.
Death of Doctor Daniel.
Kingstree.-The Rev. W. Daniel, D.
., former president of Columbia col
loge and a leading minister in the
Methodist Episcopal church in Southi
Carolina, died suddenly here at mid
night. Dr. Daniel had been in declin
ing health the last few months, but
was able to attend the opening exer
cises of the Kingstree high school. He
had returned from his summer vaca
tion only a few w eeks ago. and it
was thought his health was much im
proved by the rest and recreation he
"Times" Moves to New Home.
Fort Mil.-The Fort 3Mill Times,
the local newspaper, issued from its
w hme on the west side of Confed
erate street. a building specially
ercted for is use and admirably
adapted for its pu:-poses. Since .the
iterest of the paper were acq-umredl
seveal years ago by W. R. Braltfore
man improvemenlts have been maue
in. da appearance and matter con
ta i he weekly issues. For many
re ' patent outside" was used,
butthe paper has been all home
prit for see'vral years.
]ROUNDS FOR NEWBERRY CLUB
deal Spot Leased Containing Fifty
Acres With Several Srings on it,
and Good Grounds for Golf.
Newberry.-The Newberry Country
fub has leased 50 acres from Welch
Wilbur, near Mr. Wilbur's home, two
Lnd a haff miles northwest of New
berry. It is an ideal place, with sev
ral springs on it and a stream of
tresh spring water flowing through it
-including the spot where the Wil
bur brothers had a large fish pond
some years ago. There are excellent
grounds for golf links. The place is
reached from Newberry by the exten
sion of Nance street-a good road
now and can be made better.
The lease is for $400 a year, with
the privilege of extending it to 30
years. A call is made upon the mem
bers of the club for the first install
ment of $20 of the membership fee,
the balance to be paid in eight install
ments of $10 each ,beginning Novem
An agreement between Newberry
county officials aid the state high
way department build a bridge
over the Bush river 'on the road to
Greenwood, about five miles out from
Newberry, has been reached. The
highway department has agreed to
grant federal aid for the structure to
assist the county in erecting the
-Gaffney.-W. C. McArthur, county
superintendent of education of Chero
kee county, said that he would have
to employ a secretary to help him
with his mail since the item was sent
to the newspapers in regard to the,
shortage of teachers in Cherokee
cOVtV. Mr. McArthur said he had
so far received some 40 applications,
while his deficiency is only 25. "It
thoroughly convinces me," said he,
"that there is nothing like printer's
ink when you want something."
Lexington.-"GuiltY with recommen
dation to mercy" was the directed ver
dict in the case against James Bar
field, Sr., Mrs. Julia Cook, Ira C. Cook,
Sarah Mimie Cook and Henry. Whee
ler, charged with the killing of Mar
cellus Cook near Steedman several
weeks ago. Each was sentenced to
serve life terms in the state peni
tentiary. The dead man was the hus
band of Mrs. Julia Cook and the fath
er of Ira Cook and Mimie Cook.
Batesburg.-What was perhaps the
most disastrous lire in the history of
the town of Batesburg swept the en
tire business section on the west side
of Granite street with the exception
of three buildings, two of which were
damaged and the contents badly in
jured with water. Ie total loss will
probably reach $150,000.
Columbia.-D. W. Alderman, presi
dent of the Alderman Lumber com
pany, of Aleolu, in Florence county,
one of the biggest business concerns
of this state, and himself one of the
wealthy men of the state, died at his
home of heart failure. He had not
been Ill and his death comes as a
shock to the entire state..
Greenville.-When a man is running
a race against the stork, it Is no time
for the law to interfere, Mayor Harv
ly decided when he dismissed a
charge of exceeding the speed limit
against a young man who drove his
car 50 miles an hour to the hospital to
g reet thearrival of ason.
York-While under the influence of
whiskey and apparently in a spirit of
sheer bravado, Robert McGinnis, 43
years old, hostler of the Southern rail
road shot and seriously wounded F.
. Hinnan, 35 years old, one of the
proprietors of the Palmetto -Monn
Spartanburg.-O. L. Johnson, candi
date for mayor of Spartanburg in a
second race with Mayor I. F. Floyd, in
a statement given out withdraws from
Mr. Johnson's action leaves Mayor
Floyd the only randidate for mayor
in the second primary election.
Westminster. - The postofice at
Long Creek, S. C., 16 miles from here,
was totally destroyed by fire, believed
to be of ncendiary origin.
Duke Visits Great Falls.
Great Falls.-J. B. Duke of New
York City is spending a few doys
here as the guest of Robert S. Me
bane. Mr. Duke. is here looking over
his mar interests in and around
here. He is very much interested in
his farming interests here, on which
he is having something like 50 farm
dellings erected on the new road
fom here to Wateree Station. Mr.
Duke has been a dreat factor ,in the
progress of this section, and his visits
are always looked forward to with
Case of "The Law's Delay."
Lxin gon.-the case against Newt
Kelly and Frank Goff, charged with
the murder of David Shull in New
Brookland last fall, has been continn
e to the naext term of court. Cole L.
Blase representinlg Keily. asked for
a continuance on the ground that the
minutes of the court did not shov
that the grand jury which returned a
tru bill against the defendant had
been sworn according to law, and
Juge Stase held that the minutes
should show that the court had been~
FAIRFIELD COUNTY. NEWS
AS TOLD BY CORRESPONDENTS
(Continued froin Page One.)
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Nicholson.
Miss Sarah Patrick, who is a mem
ber of the Huntersville graded school
faculty, spent the week-end at home.
Mrs. J. F. Coleman is at home af
ter spending some time in Hender
sonville and Columbia.
Mr. J. F. Coleman and little Alice
Mcllroy spent Sunday in Columbia.
Alex ' McAliley came down from
Chester Sunday to spend the day
with his sister, Mrs. Macie Brice.
George Brice and son, Warren,
motored down from Charlotte last
week for a. few days' visit at the
some of A. H. Brice and Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Brice.
Mr and Mrs. J. D. Arthur and
Mrs. Betsell, of Union, were the
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. S.
G. Brice, at Avon.
Mrs. A. W. Brice and Miss Julia
Salley spent Saturday afternoon in
Sam Nicholson, William Brice and
Joe Brice left last week for the Uni
'versity of South 'Carolina.
Mrs. T. W. Traylor was hostess
to the Book Club last Friday after
noon.. There was an interesting pro
gram in "The Thing a Woman Voter
Should Know," after which the club
spent a pleasant social hour. Mrs.
Traylor, assisted by Miss Lela Tray
lor, served chicken salad, -potato.
chips, sandwiches, iced tea and to
The long-wished-for rains . have
come to our relief at last. Some
plowing has been done Since then. -
We are glad to report Mr. Sharp
improving, even though slowly.
Mrs. Sharp spentthe week-end in
Rock Hill With Mr. Sharp.
James Sharp is also in the hos
pital for treatment.
Mr. James Elkin and Miss Perla,
of Columbia, spent the week-end
with Mrs. 0. C. Castles.
Miss Alice Mae Ashford and Mr.
Olin Cousin were married at the
Baptist parsonage in Winnsboro on
Friday afternoon. They surprised
us so, we forgot to ring. "wedding
bells" before hand.
Mr. Tucker, who operates a saw
knill in this community, has moved
his family into the Mason house.
Mr. Joe Spinks 'and family ill
reside in Mr. Robt. Mann's house,
as Mr. Mann and family are now liv
ing in the teacherage.
We don't .like vacant houses in
our community and they are never
vacant for a great length of time.
Mrs. E. S. Clark very delightfully
entertained about a dozen young
sters on Saturday afternoon in hon
or of Theron's ninth birthday. Af
ter enjoying numerous games and
frolics , they were treated to ice
cream and cake.
The electrical storm of last Wed
nesday night played havoc with Mr.
Edgar Trapp's house. While not
serious, the damage to the house is
great, and no doubt they had a very
Mama Lady Was Sick For Thre.
Years, Suffering Pain, Nervous
and Depresed-Readl Her
Own-Story of Recovery.
Paint Rock, Ala.-Mrs. C. If. Stegafl,
f near here, recently related the Sol
lowing interesting account of her re
covery: "I was in a weakened con
dition. I was sick three years in bed,
suffering a great deal of pain, weak,
nervous, depressed. I was so weak,
I couldn't walk across the floor; just
ac. to lay and my little ones do the
work. I was almost dead. I tried
very thing I heard of, and a number of
doctors. Still .1 didn't get any relief.
I couldn't eat, and slept poorly. I
believe if I hadn't heard of and taken
Cardui I would have died. I bought
six bottles, aftr a neighbor told me
what it did for her.'
"I began to eat and sleep, began to
gain my strength and am now well
and strong. I haven't had any trou
ble since . .. I sure can testily to the
good that Cardul did me. I don't
think there is a better tonic made
and I believe it saved my life."
For over 40. years, thousands of wo
men have uged Cardul successfully,
in the treatment of many womanly
If you suffer as these women did.
take Cardui. It may help you, too.
At all drugIsts. E 85
Some men consider it an adeqiate
reason for divorce if they have seen
a rettier girl.
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