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Friday, February 24, 1322.
EVERETT RUSSELL TO
ADDRESS FARMERS FEB. 2S c
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Farmers cf County Arc Responding
to Creamery in a Very Si?'.t>factory
Manner
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31 r. Everett Russell, dairying e\- j
pert of the International Harvester
company, Atlanta. Georgia, will a<l ,
dress the farmers and busi.'M'.'s men
of Newberry county on the dairying t.
and creamery subjects T'i< day morn- t
ing, February 28th at !0:00 c ' 'ock. 0
at the court house.
This will possibly be :hc 1-St ger f
eral meeting held in rh- interest < T j
the proposed creamery for Xew'.>ev- .
ry, and the creamery commit lee of (:
the Newberry chamber of comru-rce
feel verv fortunate in being able to (
secure the services of Mr. Ru?s'. :i or: ^
the final meeting. Mr. Russe-1 h-Sj'j
been connected with the International
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Harvester company f->r nineteen vt-?. . ()
and for the past twelve years he 'ms devoted
practically his time : - i
the study of the dairy an i cream ?rv'
industry throughout the ent're Soul' 1N
and it is needless to say thir he :s
thoroughly versed c i the sun; ct. In u
his study of the?e industries. ?-[' . Russell
has covered the foi-owin-r s*atc.-:
Tennessee, Virginia. Alabama, Gcc - _
gia, Mississippi. Texas. Arkar:;:;s, 31: -
souri, Kentucky. North Carer.: ar:<.* <
South Carolina, and in ad l':
farmer? ana business men of Xewber- ?
ry county he will toll of the progress
being made in these states in the dairy
and creamery" industries. Xot en-, ly
this, but he will go into the matter '
of properly handling the cream and j {
lead cn up to the point oe pvopeHy t
marketing the various products. I:"!
fact he will discuss the cow from th? c
time she is a young calf until th<*
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time when she is proaucm? m.m ,
her owner, at the same time explain-j '
ing: what percentage of butter fat she ,,
will produce and how much this Vit-i
ter fact will bring on the market.
Response Is Good
During the campaign on the pro- i:
posed creamery for Newberry ?h" '
farmers have responded in a very
satisfactory manner, yet there re-. <
mains a considerable amount c-f work :
to be done in connection with the ;
establishment of the creamery. More
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than three hunarea row? navt- <uir.u>
been promised, but before the cream- <
ery can be an assured suoce?:-.
there must be at least t'irec of fourj
OPERA MEWRF1
H0U>E WDEi.
TUE. 90 ON
FEB. LO NIG]
Be
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mr.d.'vd more promise i. "1 ho f amirs
are :v-t bi in.tr aske-.l to lake stock
n the creamery as ihe financial qnesion
bus aircauy heon taken care of;
he on"'y thin?r beiny; i- that "he
'av;?>v- a scree to ? :'!! their cream < ?
he ere tilery. r1>r which i hey v:ll reeive
the very Ir'yhes: market ]?ri
n addition to scMing: their cream I'?
he creamery they wiil b In posit:'>*1
^ > 11 ?> 1 1 * Vwn > /m rrr.' n 11 . i TVUllw. .'! <
) M/il UH l IK ? i V w . v. - - - .
hose in charge of the even r;ery vvil!
reate a market for ?\ir?s and p Dairy.
a- *.v? ;! :i? many other proJuc'3
if the farm.
Let every farmer and business nr.m
if the county who is interested in
his proposition in any degree attend
he meeting to be held cn next Tues!ay
and hear Mr. Russell, for indeed,
L will be a real treat to hear him.
)nly the dairy and creamery que ;on
will be discussed at the meeting,
"he meeting will me called to order
"omptly at ten o'clock, so let every ne
b?? on time in order to get all the
>enents of the meeting.
* 11 ^ ^Avmnv PA.O/lc n"f
?rv!l aiuimicic uau tui m\.i v>.?o v?
"cwberry college living in Newberry
ounty are requested to meet at the
cm? of Mrs. J. H. Summer on Fri!:iy
afternoon at i o'clock.
fRUSTEE'S SALE IN BANKRUPTCY
n '''i1 T''Strict Court of the United
St; :<'s tor the Western District of
South Carolina.
n ; matter oi A. II. Hawkins BankV
I" P i*.
I'v.vs-'jant to an order of E. M.
TT ^viifovno i>i hTrikriintcv.
in tht? above ease dated the 23rd
!ny of February. 1!'22, I will offer to
he h^hect bidder for c;i*h, subject
:> ' . o apnrova! of this court, at the
4ore room formerly occupied by the
A. H. Hawkins, at Prosperity,
?. v\, qv, the Oth dny of March; 1022,
it 1:3C o clock p. m.. the entire stock
;f Pierc handise and fixtures consisting
f hardware, groceries, shoes, dry
: trucks, b-jrs and notions and
how cases and sundry other equipi"I
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The svd stock of ?oods and fix
ures arc to be sold in parcels, or >
i whole, or both ways, as the trustee
ivy deem to the best interest of the
:-:d r.rupt estate.
Said Ftock of sroods inventories approximately
g> follows: Hardware,
"i ; prro series, $409.72; .shoes,
ST.274.99; dry grocds, notion?, trunks
bud frags, $$,645.89. To;al, $15,">.7.i2,
and the said fixtures have
be' " af?p?".':~ed pi $3.~D.50.
Any additional information may be
['blamed from t? ? trustee.
XE \L W. WORKMAN,
Trustee, Newberry, S. C.
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of retailing amussment is one thousandth per capi-j
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rtainmeni?VOLUME IS EVERYTHING. IF CAv/ere
invariable orrces of theatre tickets could bo
nt?ROSE OF WASHINGTON SQUARE had been
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Plays Columbia, Augusta, Atlanta and AH Big;
Souther?! Cit es
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| Side: 51.00. 0 Rows: $1.50. Back:
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