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South Carolina Has Five Ne
Champion Dairy Cows.
Clemson College, April 15-Th?
are five 'new. state champions arno
the v:irio?s purebred animals now
yearly Advanced < Registry tej
throughout'the. state-two- Holseii
two Guernseys and! one Jersey, i
?\ cording to I R? Jones,''Assista
Dairy .non, who thinks that "the rap
Kg/... treating of state milk and butter i
??.5* Tecords ahd rise iii the level pf lea
ership . indicates that South Carol!
. Ss fast becoming a promising dai
The first record to be broken w
> in the mature class among Holste
cows, Sunnycroft Butter Girl Cordt
523616', owned , by H. D. Jorda
Ridge Spring, assumed leadership
; i this class with a production
21305.7 pounds of milk and 776.8
pounds of butter fat. She began h
test January 9, 1921, at 5 years,
months and 24 days. The former re
ord in this clasjj was also held by oi
of . Mr.-Jordan's cows,'Princess Coll
Paul 2nd., 21Q25,* with 21033
pounds of milk and 719.63 pounds i
T?e other Holstein to break a re
ord was Butter Girl May Johann
39SC55/owned byJ. T. Winard, Spa
tan burg. She produced during tl
. rear as a junior 4-year old 22823
pounds of milk and 764.380 poun<
of butter fat. The test was begun c
February 3, 1921 at 4 years,
months and 14 days. She was put c
j strictly official test for 7 days ar
30. days yit the start of her lactatic
.' period, at' which' time she .produce
659.2 pounds of milk and 21.1S
pounds of butter fat in 7 days, ar
fi ' 2702.1 pounds of milk and 87,89
pounds of fat in 30 .days, the latte
also being a state record. The amoui
/ of milk produced by Butter Girl Ma
Johanna during the year, namel;
22823.8, or 2653.9 .gallons, is th
state Tecord, for all breeds and a
classes. The sire of Butter Girl Ma
Johanna is Col?ntha Johanna La
8th," 77686, with 4*7 tested daughter
The former record in this class wa
held by Mutual Maid Clothilde, 364
^53, owned by Clemson Agriculture
? College, with "16100.0 pounds of mil
and 497.17 pounds bf fat.
The first Guernsey cow to bre?k
' state record in 1922 was Blackstock1
' Lily, 107719, owned by Whilden an
Onsrud of Sumter: As a senior'twc
n year-old she produced 12133.1 pound
j of milk containing 604.94 pounds o
butter fat. She began her record o
January. 23, 1921 at 2 years,
I . months, 20 days. The old Record fo
.this class was,.held by Roxane o
Somerset, 74412, owned by A. '.
James, Darlington, with 8663 pound
?of milk-?nd 564.41 pounds of butte
iat/The record of Blackstonk's Lilj
?when made was sufficient to plac
class F second only to class A in bot
-milk'and butter fat .among Soutl
.Carolina class leaders.
. Another recent Guernsey cham
pion among the Guernseys is Fen
^ of Glenville, owned by C. S. McCall
Bennettsville, who has broken the rec
ord in class B by producing 1263?
pounds of milk and 693.67 pounds o:
:fat during the year. This beats by al
.most 150 pounds of fat the old rec
. , ord ip this ?lass held , by Imp. Don
nington's Gaiety 8th', 65901, ownec
3>y R. M. Cooper, Jr., of Wisacky
-Fem of Glenville started her recor?
on February 3, 1921, at 4 years, 'IC
-months, 17 days.'
\ i Keeping pace with other breeds,
?South Carolina has also' a new Jersey
-champion. This is the fine young cow,
.Princess Mae's Darling/ 477052, own
ed by F. F. Rainsford, Trenton. She
produced during the year as a year
ling.3951,0 pounds of milk and 459.
82 pdunds of butter fat. This record
was oegan on March 10, 1921, at 1
.year and .9, months, and she is safe in
calf for AA class. The former record
3n thisvxtass was held by Blue Fox's
Eminent Tulip, 381524, with 813.7
pounds of milk and 423.56 pounds of
butter fat. The production' of Prin
cess -Mae's Darling makes her cham
pion . yearling fdr all breeds.
. The .National Woman Voters
League Wei] Attended from
\ Souih Carolina.
This,state will send a representa
tive body of women to National Con
vention af League of Women Voters'
Conference in Baltimore, April 20th
to 29th. The list is not yet complete
but the following names have come
in: Mrs. J. B. Salley,- A'iken; Mrs.
Richard Williams, Greenwood; Mrs;
C McC. Patrick, Anderson; Mrs. W"
C. Cathcart, Columbia; Mrs. Ruth
Dodd/ Columbia'; Miss Christin?
South, Greenwood; Mrs. F. S. Mun
sell, Columbia; Mrs.'W. L. Dunovant,
. Edgefield ;.Mrs. Walter Doar, George
town. . j -
I am mow prepared t? sell'ice in
any quantity. .Will .deliver anywhere 1
J. P. NIXON. -
JfcMirrrain's oldvstand near depot. I
App?lling Conditions in
(Extracts of letter from Thomas
Mills, of New York City, dated Eri
van, February 20th.)
"Two days travelling about and
deserving generally the conditions of
the refugees in the city and Erivan,
'Armenia, lfes been more than suffi
cient to convince a field man, long
familiar with- relief work, that it is
not disease which is killing off the in
habitants of Erivan-it is plain hun
get, starvation and? exposure.
'(Outside one of the Near East Re
lief's soup kitchens I saw shivering
in the cold and snow hundreds of
starving children who cried bitterly
from hunger and exposure. They- kept
coming in from everywhere all ? day,
presenting a heart-rending picture in
their scanty lags' and shoeless feet.
The impending end to, many of theil
short lives was plainly written in
their glassy and staring eyes.
"All possible relief is given1 tc
those applying at the Near East Re
lief soup kitchen, and a bowl of soup
or boiled grits is given out to each
child until the kettles . are empty.
Dreadful as it may seem; it is abso
lutely necessary'to turi? away many
unfed owing to lack of* supplies.
? "The number pf orphans keeps in
creasing to such an extent that the
Near East cannot hope "to ^properly
care for all and inany ?re dying everj
day in Erivan. , Fifteen victims ol
starvation were removed from .the
central district of the city yester
day." - . .; ? .
v Send you'contributions to Mrs. Ma
mie; N.. Tillman, Chairman Near East
Relief""' ".Edgefield,' & C.v.
?. The people around here seem tc
be veTy much interested in fishing
They caught a few very nice ones.
Mrs. Will Carpenter and two sons
Hubert and Henry; were visitors ir
th?: home of Mr. W, J. Williams Sun
The W. M. JJ. and Sunbeam Bahc
wLl meet at Cooper school' hous(
Friday afternoon. Roth of these ari
progressing nicely with their gooc
Mr. ?. S. Page was a visitor in tht
hom? of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gardnei
Miss Emma Timmerman was thf
guest of Misses Emmie Mae and Hel
en Gardner last week-end.
A few friends of Misses Angie Lee
and ^Frances Mealing enjoyed a par
ty at the home of Mr. J. P. Mealing
Jr., Friday night.
The people of the community en
joyed an Easter egg hunt at,tin
school house Friday afternoon. Lit
tie Walter Stevens and Margare
Boone received prizes for finding the
gplden egg; Elizabeth Gardner foi
finding the most. , '
Edgefield County Takes For
ward Step. "j
Edgefield county has 'stepped for
ward in the matter of enforcing the
motor vehicle license laws sand ha:
placed J. E.-Mims in the fiejd as ai
inspector to apprehend all violators
of the licens? l?\vs, according to Su
pervisor A. A. Edmunds, who wai
here in connection with the meeting
of the state highway commission.
. Edgefield will get a. good deal ot
money that would not have otherwise:
"ome into the coffers of the countj
by this action and it is believed that fl
large number of other counties wjir
adop^the same plan in order that
'large sums of money will not be lost
by reason of, persons failing to pur
chase 'automobile licenses.
Supervisor Edmunds is giving all
motor vehicle owners until Friday,
April 21, to get their licenses, and af
ter that date,' he says, those who
have not complied with the law will
have to suffer the consequences.
The v State. / , -
April Education Month.
The month.of April, the beginning
of the new church year, will be de
voted to ,the cause of Christian edu
cation and ministerial relief accord
ing to the progressive program of the
Southern Presbyterian church. This
program calls for a new cause each
month during the year and it has
been decided that special efforts will
be made to interest Presbyterians in
this particular line of work during
Some interesting facts have recent
ly been prepared on this branch ox
:hurch activity. It was shown in the1
previous year 169 candidates for>the
ministry were given aid, 6 candidates
for medical mission and 23 young
ivomen candidates for home and for-,
?ign mission work were assisted; 20
young women and 63 young men
vere loaned money for their educa
ron, and over 100 ministers and 172
widows and 26 orphans of ministers
vere among those receiving relief. In
addition nearly $700,0.00 was added,
;o the endowment fund.
HE makers of U. S.
Tires made this
* announcement last
' "Hereafter the price of the
, 30x3^2 'Usco' is $10.90."
The lowest price ever quoted on
f a tire of quality reputation and
" standard performance*
?'.".'J ' \ . > ' ' .
. And now", with-the opening of
Spring, there seem t? be quite-a
number of "New and Special
tires" coming into the market in
. !, the'$10.90 price range.
Perhaps you are wondering just
; what there can b? either "new"
ot "special" about.?Hese tires.
, , It can't be the $10.90 price
"Usco" established that five
\ months ago.
Nor quality reputation and
standard performance-for it takes
more than one full season for any
-new tire to demonstrate, where
it stands in quality and value
With so many tires rus li
ing into this $ 10.90.price
field (now that the season prom?
ises .business from the American
car-owner), it is, worth remember
ing that "Usco" showed itsgood
faith by announcing this price
The same intent to serve that
has made"Usco" a standard value
/for year's. . /
The "tfcco" Tire was never
better than it is today-with
. its established quality, its
. time-tes ted performance,
and its price closely fig*
wed in tune with the
United States Tires
are Good Tires
- 1922 i
United States Tires
United States f| Rubber Company
The Oldest and Largest
Rubber Organisation in the World
Two hundred and
can Buy y. J. Edwards & Bro, Johnston, S. C.
U.?. Tires: . ._.'
Hymns Taken From_Rev. A.- T.
Allen's. Calendar of Last
Holy, holy, holy, Lord, God Almighty,
Early in the morning our songs shall
rise to Thee.
Holy, holy, holy, Merciful and mighty!
God*in three persons, blessed trinity!
Holv, holy, holy, all the faints'adore
Casting down their vgolden crowns
around the glassy sea.
Cherubim and Seraphim falling down
Which wert and art and evermore shall
Holy, holy, holy, tho, the darkness hide
Tho, the eyes of- sinful man Thy glory
may not see! j
Only Thou art holy, there is none be:.
side Thee, >
Perfect in power, in,lov? and purity!
Hymn 2. !'
In the cross of. Christ I glory,
Tow'ring o'er the wre?ks of time;
All the light of sacred story
Gathers around its head sublime.
When the woes of life o'er take me,
Hope deceive, and fears annoy,
Never shall the cross forsake me;
Lo! it glows with peace and joy.
Bane and blessing, pain and pleas
ure, . w
By the cross are sanctified;
Peace is there that knows nb meas
Joys that thro' all time abide.
r There's a wideness in ?God's mercy,
Like the wideness of the sea;
There's a kindness in His justice;
Which is more than liberty.
There's a welcome for the, sinner,
And more graces for the good;
There is mercy with the Savior;
There's is healing in His. blood.
If our love were but more simple,
We should take Him at His word;
And our lives would be all sunshine
In the sweetness of our Lord. ' ,
.Vesper Verse-Hymn 591.
' : ? ' " ? . I't
Saviourr Thy dying love,
Thou gavest me, v.
Nor should I aught withhold,
Dear Lord, from Thee,
In love my( soul would bow,
My heart fulfill its vow,
Some offering bring Thee now,
Something for Thee.
Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear
It is not night if Thou be near;
Oh', may no earth-born cloud arise
To hide Thee from Thy servant's eyes.
When the .soft dews of kindly sleep
My wearied eyelids gently sleep.
Be my last thought, how sweet to rest,
Forever on my Saviour's breast.
Abide with me from morri till eve,
For without Thee 1 cannot live} .
Abide with me when night ls. nigh, ?
For without Thee I cari not die.
If some poor, wandering child of Thine,
Has spamed to-day the voice divine
Now, Lbxd, the gracious work begin;
Let him no more lie down in sin.
( Hymn 718.
< My faith looks up to Thee,
Thou Lamb of Cavalry, , <
Now hear me while I pray,
Take all my guilt away, .
Oh, let rae from this day
Be wholly Thine.
May Thy grace impart,
Strength to my fainting heart,
My zeal inspire!
As Thou hast died for me,
^ Uh, may my love to Thee
Pure, warm and changeless be
^. living fire!
When ends life's transient dr earn,
When death's cold, sullen stream
. . ShaH o'er nie roll.
Blest Saviour then, in love,
v Fear and disgust remove, ;
';< Oh, 'Dear me .safe above
A ransomed Boul!
Hymn 705. \
How sweet tbenameof Jesus apunds
In a believer's ear;
It soothes his sorrows, heals his
wounds, ' >
And drives away his fears.
. It^ makes the wounded spirit whole,
And calms the troubled breasts;
'Tis manna to the hungry soul,
And to the weary rest.
Dear Name, the Rock on which I
My shield and hiding place;
My never failing treasure filled
With boundless stores of grace.
Jesus, my Shepherd, Saviour. Friend,
My Prophet, Priest'and King;
31 y. Lord, my Life, my Way, my End,
Accept the praise,l.bring!
WANTED: Fryers, will pay 30'
ents per pound for all under 2 1-2
H. H. SMITH, JR.
At Cantelou's Stables. , .
"I was weak and run-down/'
relates Mrs. Eula Burnett, of
Dalton, Ga. "I was thin and
just felt tired, all the tuna
I didn't rest well. I wasn't
ever hungry. I knew, by
this, I needed a tonic, and
as there is none better than
The Woman's Tonic
... I began using Car dui,"
cqntinues ' '. Mrs. Burnett
"After my first bottle, I slept
better and ate better. I took
four bottles. ' Now I'm well,
feel just fine, eat and sleep,
my'skin is clear and I have
gained and sure feel that
Card'ui is' the best tonic ?ver
Thousands of other women
have? found Car dui just as
Mrs. Burnett did. It should
At all druggists.
Foundry, Machine, Boiler
Works and Mill Supply
LUGUSTA t * GEORGIA
ottor Oil, Gin, Saw, Grist,' Cane,
ningle Milt, Ivf ashinery Supplies and
epairs, Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers,
rate Bars, Pumps, Pipe, Valves and
ittings, Injectors, Belting, Packing
lose, etc. Cast every day.
GASOLINE AND KEROSENE
umping, Wood) Sawing and Feed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Application For Discharge
In the District Couft of the Uni tdd
; States, For the Western Dis
trict of South Carolina. M
- IN THE MATTER OF
G. S. Strom, Moss, Edgefiejd, Coun
ty, 3. C., Bankrupt.
* (No. B-355 in Bankruptcy.)
To the Creditbra^of the above named
Bankrupt: j . '
Take notice thaf 6h April 17;
1922, the above named baftkrupt filed
his petition in said Court Spaying
that he may be decreed by the Court
to. have a full discharge, from' ?&
debts probable against his est?te, e&
cept such debts au are excepted by
law from such discharge, and a hear
ing was thereupon ordered and will
be had upon said petition on May 19,
1922> before said Cu mt, at Green
ville in said District, at ,ll o'clock in
the forenoon, at which time and
place'all known,creditors) and* other
persons m interest may appear and
show cause, if any they have, why
the prayer of said petition, should
not be granted*
D. cJ DURHAM, Clerk.
Dated at Greenville, S. C., "
April 17, 1922v
The next regular teachers' exami
nation will be held Friday, May 12,
and Saturday, May 13 for primary .
and general elementary certificates.
Primary certificates entitled! the*
holder to teach first five grades; gen
eral elementary certificates entitle*
the holder to teach first nine grades?',
[ advise all who wish to teach n'ext
?chopl year t^o take "this exmainatiott'
;hat they may know the result before^
school begins. It-will be absolutely/
?ecessarjy for all teachers to present*
jalid State certificates with first pay-;
varrant. School authorities will not
>e bound by any contract made with
t teacher who has no valid certificate.
White applicants report at high ~
(chool building; colored applicants*
tl Macedonia school.
w. w. FULLER;
Co. Supt. Education.
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