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Members of Next General
sembly of South Carolir
Many new faces will be sei
the membership of the genen
sembly when it convenes in Jan
There has been a decided chan
the personnel of both the s
and the house since the two b
* adjourned last winter and far
physiognomies will be the exce
rather than the rule.
While a very few of the cou
have returned their former de
tions, practically intact most of
have made some changes.
Following is a list of the n
of the membesr of the general as
bly of 1921 :
Abbeville county: Member of
ate, J. Howard Moore of Abbe
(hold over) ; house members,
bert C. Cox of Abbeville and T
Putnam of Due West, both new ]
Aiken county: Member of sei
John F. Williams of Aiken (old n
ber) ; members of house, Eugen*
Buckingham of Ellenton, Fram;
P. Toole of Aiken and R. J. Wad
Montmorenci, two new men.
Allendale county: Member
senate, J. Henry Johnson of Al
dale (hold over) ; member of ho
Robert B. Cunningham of Allene
Anderson county: Member of
ate, T. Frank Watkins of Ander
(old member) ; members of ho
Asa Hall, Jr., of Iva, T. P. Dicksoi
Anderson, H. B. Hendrix of Bu
Creek, T. L. Clinkscales, Jr.,
Honea Path, J. B. Harris of Iva,
D. Ballad of Pendleton, three 1
Bamberg county: Member of s
ate, J. B. Black of Bamberg (
member); members of house, J. C
Kearse of Bamberg and W. L. R:
of Denmark, one new .man.
Barnwell county: Member of s
ate, Arthur M. Kennedy of Wi!
ton (hold over) ; members of hoi
Edgar A. Brown of Barnwell and
W. Folk of Williston, two new m
Beaufort county; Member of s
ate, Neils Christensen of Beauf
(reelected) ; members of house,
R. Cooper of Port Royal and J.
Bailey of Okatie, one new man.
berkeley county: Member of s
ate, E. J. Dennis of Moncks Con
(old member) ; members of house,
A. Harvey of Pinopolis and D.
Winter of Moncks Corner, one n
Calhoun county: Member of si
ate, John G. Stabler of St Matthew
new member; member of house, B<
jamin F. Kellar of Cameron, n
Charleston county : Member
senate, Arthur B. Young of Charl
ton (hold over) ; members of hou
F. Marion Whaley of Charleston,
S. McMillan of Charleston, J.
O'Rourke of Charleston, J. C. Dill
of Charleston, B. P. Carey of Char]
ton, Harry Simonhoff of Charlestc
A. W. Todd of Charleston, and I
E. H. Barnwell of Wadmalaw :
land, five new members.
Cherokee county: Member of se
ate, Thomas B. Butler of Gaffne
(old member) ; members of hous
W. F. Brown of Gaffney and Hi
Martin of Gaffney, one new rnembe
Chester county: Member of se
ate, J. H. Marion (old membei
members of house, R. 0. Atkinsc
of Lowryville, J. L. Gleen, Jr., i
Chester, one new member.
Chesterfield county: Member i
senate, George K. Laney of Cheste
field (hold over) ; members of hous
L. C. Wannamaker of Cheraw ar
S. J. Sellers of Ruby, both new me
Clarendon county: Member (
senate, J. W. Wideman (old men
ber) ; members of house, W. T. ]
Sprott of Foreston, W. D. Allen c
Summerton, H. C. Curtis of Mannin
two new members.
Colleton county; Member of ser
ate, james G. Padgett of Walterbor
(old member) ; members of hous?
D. B. Peurifoy of Walterboro an
James Treville of Walterboro, on
Dartlington county: Member o
senate, Frank H. Miller of Harts
ville, old member; members of hous(
Julius S. Mclnnis of Darlington, I
R. McLeod of Hartsville and L. I
Wyndham of Lamar, three new mero
Dillon county: Member of senate
P. L. Bethea of Olio, old member
members of house, John W. McKa;
of Rowland, N. C., and E. R. Ellerb
of Latta, one new member.
Dorchester county; Member o
senate, H. H. Gross of Harleyville
cid member; member of house, Johi
C. Coney of Reevesville, old membei
Eigrefield county: Member of sen
ate, M. P. Wells, new member; mem
bers of house, James 0. Sheppard o:
Edgefield and S. T. Williams o:
Pleasant Lane, both new members.
Fairfield county: Member of sen
ate, G. W. Ragsdale, new member
members of house, J. W. Hanahar
. of Winns boro and J. G. Wollin
Winns boro, one new man.
j Florence county: Member of
. ate, D. Gordon Baker of Flori
old member; members of house, .
j ton H. Williams of Florence, J.
j Anderson of Timmonsville and
5 H. McElveen of Timmonsville,
r new member.
, Georgetown county: Member
senate, Herbert L. Smith, Jr., of
; drews, new member; members
. house, J. Hutto West of Yawhan
L and Iradell Hilliard of Georgetc
two new members.
? Greenville county: Member
. senate, Proctor A. Bonham of Gri
ville, reelected; members of ho
. Raven I. McDavid of Greenville
, B. Bryson of Greenville, T. P. G
. ran of Greenville, John T/ Bram
of Greenville, Ira A. Graham
Greenville and T. Walker Moon
Greenville, two new members.
Greenwood county: Member
senate, S. H. McGee of Greenwc
old member; members of house,
; J. Moore of Greenwood, S. H. SI
ard of Ninety Six and T. J. Beach
? of Riley's, one new member.
Hampton county: Member of s
ate, W. F. Lightsey of Hampton,
member; members of house, C.
Searsan of Hampton, one new me
Horry county: Member of sens
Jeremiah Smith of Conway, n
member; members of house, G. Lie
Ford of Nichol and W. A. Prince
Loris, two new members.
Jasper county: Member of sena
W. R. Hubbard of Hardeeville, n
member; member of house, S.
Horton, of Ridgeland, new man.
Kershaw county: Member of s<
ate, J. C. Massey of Kershaw, <
member; members of house, M.
Johnson of Camden and G. G. Ah
ander of Camden, one new memb
Lancaster county: Member
senate, S. E. Bailes of Fort Mill, (
member; members of house, W.
Robinson of Lancaster and Ray
Faile of Kershaw, two new membe
Laurens county: Member of se
ate, 0. P. Goodwin of Laurens, ni
member; members of house, C.
Nance of Cross Hill, C. M. Babb
Laurens and T. A. Willis of Gi\
Court, three new men.
Lee county: Member of senate, "\
P. Baskin of Dalzell, old membe
members of house, R. M. Cooper, J
of Wisacky and B. W. Segars of C
wego, old members.
Lexington county: Member of se
ate, Dr. D. M. Crosson of Leesvil]
new member; members of house, ]
E. Amick of Lexington, J. Carre
Lybrand of Brookland and McKe:
dree Barr of Leesville, three ne
Marion county: Member of senat
M. C. Harrelson of Mullins, old me
ber: Members of house, A. M. Lew
of Mullins and E. T. Hough of Ma
ion, one new member. .
Marlboro county: Member of sei
ate, D. D. McColl of Bennettsvill
old member; members of house, .
K. Owens of Bennettsville, 0. 3V
Pegues of Koltock and J. J. Evans c
Bennettsville, one new member.
McCormick county: Member c
senate, Frank C. Robinson of M<
Cormick, old member; members c
house, Dr. R. G. Killingsworth of M
Cormick, new member.
Newberry county: Member of ser
ate, Alan Johnstone of Newberrj
old member; members of house, \\
A. Counts of Little Mountain, E. ?v
Kibler of Prosperity ?nd George S
Mower of Newberry, two new mern
Oconee county: Member of sen
ate, W. P. Mason of Westminister
new member; members of house, E
Preston Bruce of Townville and W
L. Dalton of Seneca, two new mern
Orangeburg county: Member o:
senate, L. A. Hutson of Orangeburg
new member; members of house, 0
A. Hydrick of Orangeburg, L. B
Conner of Parler, T. W. Dukes o:
Norway and Dr. L. W. Busbee o:
Springfield, three new members
Pickens county: Member of senate
? Frank Alexander of Pickens, ole
, member; members of house, J. 0
Williams of Pickens and J. S. Leo
, pard of Central, one new members.
Richland county: Member of sen
ate, Thomas B. Pearce of Columbia
' old member, members of house:
! Claud H. Sapp of Columbia, Paul A,
' Cooper of Columbia, W. D. Barnetl
1 of Columbia and C. T. Smith, Jr., o?
Hopkins, four new members.
? Saluda county: Member of senate,
? G. W. Wightman of Batesburg, new
i member; members of house, E. W.
. Bodie of Ward and W. L. Merchant
. of Saluda, both new men.
Spartanburg county: Member of
' senate, W. S. Rogers of Spartanburg,
? old member; members of house, J.
B. Atkinson, Spartanburg; Miller C.
. Foster, Spartanburg; Dr. S. T. D.
; Lancaster, Pauline ; Genty Harris,
i Spartanburg; W. J. Gibson, Campo
data from the same exp
(above bodily maintenanc
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Purina Chicken Chowdei
These Purina feeds not onl]
of whites and yolks but mor
Note that Purina Chicken Choi
elements to balance up the yolk-n
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SOLD BY &
S. F. LOGAN, I
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF EDGEFIEDD.
Charles Cochran, Plaintiff, Against
William Cochran, et. al.,-De
Pursuant to a decree in the above
entitled cause, I shall offer for sale
af public outcry to the highest bid
der before the Court .House, Town
of Edgefield, County and State
aforesaid, on Salesday in October
11)20, the same being the 4th day
of said month, between the legal
hours of sale the following describ
ed realty, to wit: All that piece,
parcel or 'tract of land, situate,
lying and being in the County and
State aforesaid, containing Seven
ty-Six and 31-100 Acres, more or
less, and bounded by lands of C.
C. Fuller, Edgar Keynolds, Ches
ter ?. Stevens, Willie Stevens and
Terms of Sale Cash.-If purchas
er at said sale shall, fail to comply
with terms thereof, within one
hour from the time of said sal?,
said premises, upon direction of
plaintiff, or his attorney, will be
re-sold on said day at the risk of
the former purchaser.
Purchaser to pay for papers and
J. H. CANTELOU,
Master, E. C., S.'C.
State of South Carolina,
County of Edgfieeld.
Notice is hereby given that all
persons indebted to the estate of
Mrs. Amina F Ouzts, deceased, will
make payment to the undersigned.
And all persons holding claims
agaist 6aid estate will render all
accounts of their demands duly at
tested to the undersigned.
ALBERT G. OUZTS,
Duly Qualified Executor of the
Will of Mrs; Amina F. Ouzts,
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Mabrie, Cedar Springs, five new men.
Sumter county: Member of sen
ate, John H. Clifton, Sumter, old
member; members of house, R. B.
Belser of Sumter, D. D. Moise of
Sumter and C. J. Jackson of Ha
good, all old members.
Union county: Member of senate,
T. C. Duncan of Union (hold over) ;
members of house, A. G. Kennedy of
Union and John K. Hamblin of Un
ion, one new member.
Williamsburg county: Member of
senate, G. M. Beasley; new member;
members of house, D. McCutchen,
C. 0. Cameron and G. O. Godwin,
all new members
York county: Member of senate,
John R. Hart of York, new member;
members of house, W. R. Bradford
of Fort Mill, Erwin Carothers of
Rock Hill, E. W. Pursley of York,
R. M. Mitchell of Sharon, two new
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Missouri Experiment Station tests
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bove bodily maintenance) an average
224 yolks to 154 whites. Based on
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e), as follows:
247.49 yolks 142.11 whites
r 182.05 yolk? 282.5S whites
429.54 yolks 424.66 whites
t make a practically equal number
e of both than ordinary feeds.
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