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4 SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
State of South Carolina,
County of Fairfield.
Court of Common Pleas.
Nicholson Bank and Trust Com
Cloverdale Springs Company and
Shiver Springs Company, Defend
Summons for Reief
6 the Defendants above named:
You are hereby summoned and re
'e to answer the complaint in
fraction, of which a copy is here
YOUR OLD CAR A!
Your old car is all there
the manufacturer put it.
th car is good for many s(
But it doesn't look like a
ncw cars are freshly pain
vmor old car looked like a
hand it to somebody for ha
Our Paint and Trim De
do the fine work demandec
tomers. We employ true e
modern equipment. We ha
finishing in a fashion that
We have a high grade powei
a complete power plant in itse
Does the work of six to ten n
engine is running. Have goo(
All equipped with .Bosch mnagni
little over a year ago these d
even more. We are offering t
1508 Main Street,
You can make your Fair
tending the big - sale of
Booterie. We must sell ou
is why you will find here I
vwell known makes of high
and children. See the wo
unriev. Educator. and J &
-.h served upon you, and to serve
copy of your answer to the said
"Iplaint on the subscriber at his
rffice, Main Street, U-ion, S. C.,
:,thin twenty days after the service
hereof, exclusive of the day of such
vice; and if you fail to answer
-e complaint within the time afore
:d, the sintiff in this action will
apply to the Court for the relief de
That the said summons and com
aint is filed in the office of the
'erk of Court of Common Pleas, for
ated" October 14, 1921.
JNO. K. HAMBLIN,
30-32 Plaintiff's Attorney.
D A NEW ONE
Every part is right where
If you have treatee. it well,
new one. Of course not, for -
ted and trimmed. Now. ii
new one, would you want to
If what it cost you?
artment was established to
by- our discriminating cus
perts, and give them every
e a reputation for -doirng- re
gives complete apd lasting
BIA, S. C.
and Durant Cars
,fast cutting outfit forced feed;
f for sawing logs *, any length.
e. Lever control, ei blade while
assortment of gasoline engines.
to land offered at $100 each. A
ag saws sold~ for $200 each and
em at a big sacrifice, but they
823 West Gervais Street
Columbia, S. C.
Sup the -
Columbia, S. C.
Week visit profitable by a'
he bankrupt stock of the
and clean out at once, that
are and unusual bargains in
class shoes for men, women
derful values in Nettleton.
GHESTER HAS FINE
THE LA FNANCE MOTOR FIRE
TRUCK RECENTLY RECEIVED,
A RE TION IN INSECE
Sect:ors cf the City Previouiy Ur.
prete&;ted, Now EaZily Rea,;hzI oy
Means of New Equipment.
Chester.-The big La Tra: e rc
fire truck that the cit.' has pu:-ha:e
is what is known as a triple combina
tion, having a 750-gallon puip. a 40
gallon chemical engine, and -a ladder
equipment for two-story Ilres, and i:
is very complete and up-to-date in
every particular. One .of the con
pany's representatives said the nev
truck will give fire protection to sec
tions of the city that are-at a distance
from a hydrant and now virtually
without fire protection, the chgmical
equipment making this possible. A
letter has been -received from the
Southeastern Underwriters associa
tion stating that a 5 per cent reduce
tion on insurance will become effec
tive when thet new apparatus is r6
ceived and put into service.
Mr. Bradley, assistant superintend
ent of railway mail service, Atlanta,
Ga., has recommended to the postof
fice department that mail bodxes be
placed at the Southern depot of Ches
ter to receive late north and south
bound mail, primarily for the conven
ience of business firms in that section.
Spartanburg.-"Sand," a play writ
ten and produced by Miss Rebecca
Dial, of Laureds, S. C., daughter of
United States Senator Dial, was pre
sented here to audiences which crowd
ed Converse college chapel to over
The play, which deals with the solv
ing of the problem of Illiteracy in
South Carolina, is the first to be given
in the interest of the campaign re
cently launched here against the evil
July 15 last, when citizens from all
parts of the state joined in organiz
ing the South Carolina Educational
association, with 3. Rion McKissick,
of Greenville, S. C., as president.
Denmark.-The. big peanut shelling
plant of Pond Brothers Peanut com
pany commenced to operate and the
management states that they have
planned to operate their plant at least
eight months continuusly this year,
and perhaps a longer period, if con
ditions of the crop warrant. The build
ing is four stories in beight and has
the latest type machinery. The plant
Is designed to have a capacity of-hand
ling 60 tous of peanuss per day and
sufficient storage space hasbeen pro
vided to double this capacity If the
crop is big enough to warrant.
McCormick. - At a meeting of the
McCormick town council, an ordinance
was passed raising the tax levy from
ive to eight mills for town purpose~s
and at the same time in order to fur
ther help meet the expenses of the
town government which is called a "li
cense ordinance," was passed, -which
places a license upon most occupa
tions and businesses conducted within
the town limits.
Clemson College-The local Presby
'terians, the students. mae college at,
thorities and the people bf the com
munity generally are very glad to
learn that the Rev. W. E. Dayiq, pastor
of the Fort Hill'Presbyterian church
here, has declined the ea,11 to the Pres
byterian church in Abbeville and will
remain at Clemson.
Columbia. - G. Flavie Cooper, city
treasurer, and his assistants are busy
arranging the 1921 tax books and Sr
ing receipts for the taxpayers. Thbe
books are due to close on December
Many new names are to 6. noted on
the new list of taxpayers. The bodks
show more than 14,000 aame.
School Dormitory Burned. '
Bamberg.-The Mary Ann Bamberg
hall,. one of the three dormitories at
Carlisle school, was practically de
stroyed by fire about midnight. The
fire was discovered on the roof by one
of the teac-hers. The flames had made
much headway at the time, and prac
tically the entire upper story was
burned off. The other portion of the
building was so damaged that it-will
will doubtiess be torn down.
The building for the last few years
had beern oe.upied by boys. .
Scene of Schools' Climax.
will be the sc-ene of the climax meet
ing of the Sumter schools of methods
under the auspices of the South Caro
lina Sinday School assocition Octo
ber 30. with Governor Coper as the
leading speaker. Supt. Leon C. Pal
mner will also speak briefly at this
session, which will be a mass meeting
of the men's Bible classes of all de
nominations in Suter. - -
Simu.taneous meetings ter;atmen,
for young people and for chil beu Will
GROWING COTTON UNDER
BOLL WEEVIL CONDITIONS
(Continued from page one.)
,hosphate to balance up the nitro
-en which he has added with his
beans, pens, clover and vetch, he
will have a soil that is built up above
the average and his cotton starts off
with a good healthy growth. He
puts enough acid in a little spot un
der the cotton to start it off quickly
and to cause early fruit and by the
'ime his neighbor's weevil gets to
him it is possible that he will have
a bale of cotton made. If any young 4
squares are then coming on, the
weevil will puncture the squares and
:zave the bolls alone.
Soil production and economical
crop production rests on five legs:
oil moisture, controlling organic
'atter, the use of one ton of ground
me per acre for 4 or 5 years to go
with the legume and organic matter
i the -rotation with the use of prop
balance for this organic matter
and the control of insects, and lastly
the intlligent use of :..ommercial fer
tilizer to build up that which may be'
deficient in the soil.
The 42 calibre gun in fighting the
boll weevil is going to be shot in the
next 3 or 4 weeks, and the destruc
tion of cotton stalks and the use of
'reen winter cover crops is making
it impossible for him to find a hiding
place within 200 feet of ,a cotton
field. The other factors, such as
cotton variety, preparations of the,
:1, use of fertilizer, are pinor fac
tori but all of them help; but 50 per
cent of the fight will be made this
fall and winter.
A Good Physic.
When you want a physic that is
mild and gentle in effect, easy to
take and certain to act, take Cham
berlain's Tablets. They are excel
Notice is hereby given that Mrs.
Nannie A. Willingh!am, guardian of
the estate of Bryan W. Willingham.
'las this day made application unto A
me for a final discharge as such
guardian; and that the 8th day of
November, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
at my offiee, has been appointed for
the hearing of said petition.
*W. . HOLLEY,
Judge of Probate, Fairfield County,
8th October, 1921. 29-31.
Car Owners we
hardest; more gua
Skid tread with a
sure traction. Fi
the car owners.
- . Record
Cord Tires built
4 way could not fi
mnileage. Every da:
the country, comnea
10,000, 20,000 or 8
frequent and coni
lirestone Tjre a Rubber C
I submit herewith the hi
stone Cord tie. nhis tie
I have retreaded it severn
mileage to each retread
In; was- abeut 7.004. 3
think you will agree this
is a remarkable record.
It is especially unusual
as I know the owner to
be .a severe driver. How
e-.-eer. he gives is tires
proper inflation. The tire
in question is notye
out of -service ad hs
every indication of being
sufficiently strong for an
other retread. I am
mailing photographs un
der separate cover.
Plant City. Fla
I am in position to write insur
ance on cotton anywhere,.,
either in seed, in ginnery, or
Lowest rates possible
Prompt deJivery of polIcy
"Some Agencies insure here and there,
"My Companies insure everywhere."
D. A. Crawford *
Next door to Western Union
MOWERS and RAKES
K. R. McMaster
at more rubber on the tread where the wear is
n between cord plies to perfect a resilient and
And they want a scientifically constructed Non
U angles and contacts to resist skidding and give
restone Cord Tires have met these demands of
Read Letters Below
sfrom 29000 t5_7,0.0 Miles
the Firestone Now and then the a,,mpa-r
r, from all over as quoted below. Performances
the word that like these demonstrate the ulti
o,0 milert are mate possibilities - of Firestone
iistent records. C.rds under careful ddiving.
swee. :m an m:Lgrcss c
la hisfarictie . i ee rd ir s t t e t vre2.