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SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
Ste of South Carolina,
County of Fairfield.
Court of Common Pleas.
Nicholson Bank and Trust Com
doverdale Springs Company and
K Thiver Springs Company, Defend
Summons for Relief
Tothe Defendants above named:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in
th I. n, of which a copy is here
;.i4 W upon you, and to serve
copy of your answer to the said
complaint on the subscriber at his
ofe, Main Street, Union, S. C.,
wib-mn twenty days after the service
hiehof, exclusive of the day of such
rvice; and if you fail to answer
h complaint within the time afore
What would it be m
a'new one? A coat%
only necessary thing
your car many times
A new coat of pain
ventative of depreciE
especially is this true
the value of your car
belongs by protectir
faces. Money inves
trimming is well invE
There isn't a more
automobile paint ai
South than we maintc
lumbia, Some day wi
a look into our plant
why a Gibbes job is t]
Auto Races and Auto Polos
Horse Races, Three Days
BETTER TI iN A STA']
EXCURSION RATES 4
FREE TICKETS TO ALL F
DREN, GOOD ON FRI
Free School Tickets Wil
Superintendent of Educatioi
You are probably planning tot
jRTA SIPY CO823
id, the plaintiff in this action will
apply to the Court for the relief de
That the said summons and com
.nt is filed in the office of the
rk of Court of Common Pleas, for
Dated October 14, 1921.
JNO. K. HAMBLIN,
30-32 plaintiff's Attorney.
Notice is hereby given that Mrs.
Nannie A Willingbam, guardian of
the estate of Bryan W. Willingham,
as this day made application unto
me for a final discharge as such
guardian; an4 that the 8th day of
November, 1921, at 10 o'c1&1 a. in.,
t my office, has been appointed for
the hearing.of said petition.
W. L. HOLLEY,
Judge of Probate, Fairfield County,
YOUR OLD CAR
orth if it looked like
of paint may be the
to raise the value of
the cost of the job. -
t is the greatest pre
tion known today
up where it propqgly
g the exposed sur
ted in painting and
modern or complete
ad trim shop in the
tin right here in CO
tile in Columbia take
-then you will know
ie stand -irlSoui th
nd Durant Cars
One Day 'Only, Nov. 1st.
Nov. 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
['E FAIR IN QUALITY.
)N ALL RAILROADS.
SION, 50 CENTS.
AIRFIELD SCHOOL CHIlL
DAY, NOV. FOURTH.
I be Distributed by County
ake a camping out trip of some
sort, in which case
you should have a
firstelass new wall
- tent, as shown by
- k. cut. We can give
you a tent 9 feet
4 inches by 11 ft
..S- inches of 10 oz.
- "USAMP" mate
rial for $30.
for U. S. Army
rm.+ Gr--is St. Celnri i.A
FAIRFIELD COUNTY NSWS
AS TOLD BY CQRRESPONDENTS
(Continued from page one.)
Miss Julia Salley spent the week
end in Chester with Miss Kathleen
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Gettys, Mr.
-nd Mrs. Jenkins and Mrs. Mitchell
motored down from Shelby, N. C.,
Tuesdy and spent the day here.
Mr. Robert McIlroy and family
were the spend-the-day guests. of
Mr. and Mrs. David McIlroy Sui-day.
Our teachers, Misses Sallie and
Elliott, went to Columbia Wednesday
night to attend the fair.
Mesdames A. N. Brice, S. M. Brice
and J. F. Coleman attended the D.
A. R. meeting at Mrs. Gadsden's Fri
Mr. Dick Kell, of Columbia, vis
ited friends here- last Sunday.
SMrs, W. M. Patrick visited her pa
r'eni. Mr. and Mrs. Casham, at Cor
nelius, N. C., last week and returned
Friday, accompanied by her sister,
and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
Pbtts,: and three children.
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell and son, of
Sharon, were the week-end guests of
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Patrick.
Mrs, Traylor and Miss Leila Tray
lor are in Columbia attending the
Mrs. IMatie Jackson spent a while
at Mrs. C. E. Lumpkin's on Thurs
The people of the Methodist
church have been doing some more
reair work on their church.
Mr. Alex and Miss Ruth- Glass
spent the day with their sister, Mrs.
B. i'. Ford last week.
Mr. C. S. Ford spent Saturday af
ternoon with his lame friend, Mr.
Mr. J. H. Ligon and family. of,
Richburg, are spending the week at
Mrs. Ligon's people.
Messrs Fletheer Dye and John
Caldwell motored to Mitford Satur
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ligon and lit
tl. daughter soent the day with the
Mrs. Preston, of Athens. Ga., ha
returned home. On Wednesda a
f Orn oon, -berore ne_-_r re11 SeX~
the intermediate department of the
school a wonderful treat of "Uncle
We were so glad to hear our ps
to's voice again as he stood before
s on last Sunday morning .and
pened the Sunday school exercises
He is rapidly gaining his strengh
and we hope soon to have him fil~
r-e all his appointments again.
Dr Amos Estes suffered apa
of appendicitis and was carried to
a Columbia hospital on Monday
Mr. J. R. Elkin and Miss Perlag of
Columbia, are at Mr. 0. C. Ca th
A good number from ov" com un
ity are at the fair grounds is
There was an all day servic at
Crooked Run last Sunday. Rev Mi-.
Yarborough preached two spi ndid
sermons. In the morning fro the
text, "Shall Ye Rob God ?" n the
afternoon from Amos 8-1 ,"For
behold I will send a fain' in the
land, not a famine of b d, nor a
thirst for water, but of he hearing
of the word of God." th of these
were full of simple t th and sin
cerity and went home to all' of our
hearts. We never hea Mr. Yarbor
ough without going home witht a
cleaner purpose than before.
Mr. Eber Mason spent several
days in our midst I week.
Mr. Joe Clark I this week for
Old Soldiers' home.
The initial meetin of the Card
Club was held at M olia on Wed
nesday afternoon, w th Misses May
and Annie Thomas as jojit hos
tesses. Refreshmen were served
at the close of the mes.
On Friday evenin Mr. and Mrs.
L. E. Hooten cele rated their wed
ling anniversary 'th a delightful
bridge party. Tab es were laid for
ten couples and arked with cun
ning Hallowe'en sc re cards. The
highest score was ade by W. H.
Ruff, the~ consolation falling to Miss
Marguerite Ruff. A salad course
was served, the plat s prettily gar
nished, each bearing (a Hallowe'en
Miss Bessie Tho as spent the
week-end with relativ s. returning to
omurbia on Sunday night.
Mrs. J. D. Fulp. Abbeville, vis
ited her mother, M . Monroe Wil
son, this week.
. taul to-a:, -. near Charotte
The Presbyfen W congrega ion havi
had 'Mr. Iam* ' services for the
past year aid regret to . have him
Mrs. Team and Miss Kathleen Si
mon motored up :from Columbia tc
3pend Sunday here.
Mrs. Cork and children from Dar
lington are expected this week to
visit Mrs. Cork's sister, Mrs, Tray
Miss MarlImnes spent last week
nd with her fily in Longtown.
Gaston Meites is in Rock Hill
where he bas accepted a position.
Mrs. Hoqsr of Columbia,- and
Mrs. Hamnmett, of. Sumter, were
guests thi -eA of their mother,
Mrs. S. E. Rembert.
THE SOUTH .SHOI.D- ,VAKE
STEPS TO ZAISE HOG.
Many now realize the error made
the last year or so of selling off
too many of our .brood sows and
gilts. The tovement of feeder hogs
to the- corn belt and other feeding
sectione has been consicderable the
-ast couple, of years, and in every
ar lWd that moved out of the Sogth
oractically there were numbers of
gilts and young swos that should
-ave ben ket,on-the farm andbred.
Had this been done we would now
've Anore- pigs through- which we
could market Our sp1ndid corn crop,
-eceiving much better value for our
feed than we 1can hope to. sell it for
in the *arkets.
Everywhere there is a demand for
gooa pigs, weighing froA 60 to 100
pounds for feeding and the farmers
' the South are. going to lose many
a dollar on -their crop of corn, pea
iuts, !elvet beans and soy beans, be
cause thee are. iot pigs enough in
he South to consume this feed.
Another erroneous idea held by
some is that we should raise pigs
n -the South and sell to the corn belt
to- be finishe.- For the same reasons
that - we . tan produce pigs more
cheaply thain the corn belt farmer,
we can 4ifsh them more cheaply, pro
9ed of 6ourse we grow the feeds.
Man?.xperiments made at southern
exp ed stations prove absolute
' Mif abundant feeds, such es
n and peanuts are grown,
with the increase
7. i ction year by year
question but that the
approaching when we
~U~vsurplus of corn over the
,eed of.brebd 'and feed for our
wafsteka4 that a system of hog
ai if~iishing will be neces
Sare to realize a profit up
orrurixrpiscorn. The South has
4r 'j nyyears been furnishing
the' *material, it is high time
t at ~ewere laying plans to take
advatage of our natural condition
favirble- and as we increase Om]
roduction of feed, likewise wv
should increase our live stock. pro
ection; offering on the market th<
finished product in the form of meal
butter, and poultry products. Ever:
ikely gilt should be saved and bre<
nd farmers who have none shoul<
plan to 'buy. Definite steps for
ermanent pasture should be takei
-nd feed' crops should be produced
such as peanuts, soy beans z~nd cov
neas, upon 'which the hogs may b<
grazed and 'these feeds suppleane'ite<
with~ corn. 'If we are to .iave hog:
enough to .enable us to utitle Oi:
increased *eds we must plan no,
for sprin ffters.
A brood sow on every farm an<
more where the farmer een possibl:
care for. them should be the slogar
The marketing of hogs can be sue
cessfully worked out through oop~
eration among farmers and is beini
in many sections of the South wher
hoes are rapidly getting to be on
of the principal cash ' crops.
The State of South Carolina
County of Fairfield.
By W. L. Holley, Probate Judge:
Whereas, W. -A. llerndon mad
suit to me. to grant him Letters c
Administration of the Esta~te and ed
fects of Wade Herndon.
These' are therefore, to cite an
admonish all and singular the kir
ired a'nd creditors of thej said -Wad
Herndon, deceased, that they be at
aopear before me. in the .Court c
Probate. to be held at Winnsboro o
Nov. 8 next. after publication here
of, at .11 o'clock in. the forenoon, t
show . cause, if any they have. whi
the saig Administration should n<
ivenu unde my hand this 22r
day of> October~ :Anno Domin~i.'192
41-383W 1 HOLLEY, -
I am in position to write insur
ance on cotton anywhere,
either in seed, in ginnery, or
Lowest rates possible,
Prompt delivery of policy
"Some Agencies insure here and there,
"My Companies insure everywhere."
. D. A. Crawford
Next door to Western Union
pi 1S and RAKES.
V K.. R. McMaster
After Every Meal
kept to the pre-war price.
And to the same bisb stand
ard of quality.
No other goody lasts so
long-costs so lte or does
so much for you.
Handy' to carry-beneficial
In effect-full of flavor-a
solace and comfort for
yOung and old.