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WITHOUT ANY CAUSE
Contends That Former Are Occupying
Several Localities on Polish Side
of Frontier. Peace Talk Broken
Warsaw, Sept. 4.-An attack on
Polish forces by the Lithuanians with
machine guns and artillery in the re
gion of Seiny, thirty-five miles north
west of Grodno, is announced in Pol
ish reports fro inthe northern front.
The reports declare the attack was
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160 acres, 100 clear
203 acres, 100 clearc
50 acres, 40 cleared
430 acres, 65 cleared,
166 acres, 75 cleared
96 acres, 75 cleared
179 acres, 60 cleared
133 acres, 100 clearec
56 acres, 38 cleared,
21 acres, 20 cleared,
640 acres, 300 cleare
200 acres, 50 cleared
112 acres, 5 miles We
87 acres, 40 cleared,
15 acres, 10 cleared
25 acres, 20 cleared
21 acres, 15 cleared,
50 acres, 35 cleared,
42 acres, 30 cleared,
36 acres, 7 cleared,
24 acres, 10 cleared,
28 acres, 15 cleared,
We also have several
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unprovoked and that the Lithuanians
had received orders to occupy Augus
The Polish press comments on the
Lithuanian action as inexplicable, as
the provisional frontier between Po.
land and Lithuania has not yet beer
reached by the Poles. The latter con
tend that the Lithuanians are occupy
ing esveral localities on the Polish
side of the frontier.
It is also announced that the nego
tiations regarding the frontier and the
future relations of Poland and Lithu
ania have been broken off and that
the Polish delegations are returning to
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1 mile North of Sardinia $5(
, mile from DuRants Sidi
9 miles East of Manning $3(
8 miles East of Manning $
1, 4 miles West of Manning $
9 miles North East of Mann
10 miles North East of Man
1, 6 miles North of Manning
. 10 miles North East of Man
st of Manning $50.00 per act
5 miles West of Manning $7
4 miles West of Manning I
1 mile North of Remini $1
1 mile North of Remini $12
1 mile North of Remini $120
1 mile North of Renini $120
1 mile North of Remini $35.(
1 mile North of Remini $50.(
1 mile North of Remini $90.4
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With regard to the fighting betweer
the Polish and Russian Soviet forceE
the statement announces that betweer1
Wlodowa and Dubienka, on the center
of the front, the Russians launched ar1
attack with the intention of forcing a
crossing of the Bug, but were re
pulsed. It is asserted the Poles have
learned that a Berzec the Russians
were compelled to fight under the
pressure of machine guns from the
In the region of Belets, on the old
Galician border, southeast of Zamosc,
the Poles are advancing and repeat
edly breaking the Soviet resistance.
To the east of Lembeig the Poles
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ring $75.00 per acre.
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ning $30.00 per acre.
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Clarendon
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF
(Com laint not Served)
Mitchell Levi and Ferdinand Levi, co
partners under the firm name and
style of Levi Bros. Plaintiffs,
Boykin Cantey, Ben Cantey, Rose Boz
ier, Irene McBride, Agnes Watson,
Dorcas Martin, Willie Cantey, Es
telle Wells, Stella Cantey, Reva
Taylor, Samuel Cantey, Daniel
Cantey, Ben Green, Julia J. Cantey,
and Rena Ellis, Defendants.
TO THE DEFENDANT Rena ElliE
YOU are hereby summoned and re
quircd to answer the complaint in this
action, which is filed in the Office of
the Clerk of the Court of Common
Pleas, for the said County, and to
serve a copy of your answer to the
said complaint on the subscriber at
his office, in the city of Sumter, S. C.
within twenty days after the service
hereof, exclusive of the day of such
service; and if you fail to answer the
complaint within the time aforesaid,
the plaintiff in this action will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded
in the complain.
Dated February 16th 1920.
Wendell M. Levi,
TO THE DEFENDANT Rena Ellis:
TAKE NOTICE that the complaint
in this action together with the sum
mons, of which the foregoing is a
copy was filed in the office of the
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas for
Clarendon County, in the State of
South Carolina, on the 20th day of
Wendell M. Levi,
have occupied the railway junction of
Kranz (midway between Lemberg and
Brody) after hard fighting.
It was announced in Lithuanian ad
vice son September 2 that the nego
tiations between the Poles and the
Lithuanians over the boundary had
been broken off, the Lithuanians ask
ing the Polish mission at Kovne to
leave Lithuanian territory. This action
the Lithuanian advices stated followed
a Polish attack upon Lithuanian
troops near Augustowo.
PICK COTTON EARLY
Clemson College, September 6.
The importance of gathering cotton
early is illustrated by data from
studies made by the United States
Department of Agriculture, as given
below and South Carolina farmers
are urged to rush the picking in or
der to save deterioration and there
by prevent loss in value.
Early Picking Makes Ten Acres Do
the Work of Fifteen
Ten acres of cotton picked at the
proper time in the fall from October
1 to November 1 may yield as much
as 15 acres of the same cotton picked
in January, according to the special
ists who have been conducting farm
studies in the South for the United
States Department of Agriculture.
On a farm in Arkansas an acre of
Boykin cotton harvested in the pe
riod between October I and Novem
ber 1 was worth $152 for lint and
seed. In January an acre of any
equally good crop of te same va
riety was worth only $106. Express
cotton gave $193 per ac're in Octo
ber', but in January the crop wvas
worth only $112.
The result of delayed picking is
chiefly a deter'ioration iin grade and
quality. F'or examplle in a case
where October fir-st cotton rated as
"strict mi)idling." November first
cotton of the sanme variety rated as
"strict lowv middling.'" while on JIan
uairw 21 th~e same variety c-lassed as
"'Loodl ord~linar y" only.
Flt HOGS~ IN TlIIANSITr
ThIe innimum: feedl requirements of
hogs in transit have heent determined
by the Unoited States Department of
A gricuIlure as follows:
Not less thanti 2 bushels of shelled
cortn or' its equtiivailenit ini ear c'orn or
othetr gra in lperI single deck of not
mIore than I17,000) pouinds weight and
i"t less than 2 t -2 bushels (If shelled
corn'i or its eqiuivatlent ini ear' corn or
other grain per double ldck (If not
more than 21,.000 pounds weight. Car
load of hogs in e'xcess of these weights
shouit ( he fed an add itionalI amount
in the same pr'tootion.
Where amounts very greatly in ex
((5s of those spec' iid are fed it is
(qt ite pr'obabtle that feed will bte wast
WH ESN A I,.OWED F"itEE 1RANGE
GineasO areC kep~t ini the host breed
inW (condi tion uIpon firee range. Trhey
ry b'' 'onnned(''. how-ve'r, if nl'ee
Wir'y, wit h sat :iWact-r resuls. One
ex ten si v giuinea riser' coitfinted as
Money bnck without question
.. If HUNT'S Snivn fails in the
treatmecnt of iTCHI, IECZEMA,
..iNGWORlM, TETrTER or
o ih ar Itc~hing skin discases.
Try a '/5 cse box at our risk.
l)ICK(SON'S IIIJGI~ W'(lOlE
many as 45 hens and 15 males in a'r
acre pen throughout the breeding an<
laying season. This pen is Inclose<
with a wire fence 5 feet high and th4
birds prevented from flying over b
the flight feathers of one wing being
clipped. Within the pen is a grasi
pasture with bushes here and ther<
where the hens make their nests b3
scratching out a bowl-shaped hollov
in the ground. The winters beinj
severe, a roosting shed is provided
having a cleated board reaching fron
the floor to the roosts for the wing
clipped birds to walk up.
Most guinea raisers, however, allov
their breeding stock free range of th<
entire farm at al Itimes. This help:
to keep the birds strong and vigorous
During the winter the breeders shouk
be fed a grain mixture of corn, wheal
6, 8 and 10' lengths. '
very hard to procure
square, for cash.
In addition our st(
heavy hardware is at
have a complete line
grades, and will api
phone wire or letter.
Phone No. 368.
A good future withou
doesn't often happen, y
Our institution is a
and investing bank.
We solicit the patron
al attributes are likewis
ly desire to become such
You never regret m<
use to regret when it is
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T. M. Mot
ATTENTION OIL MI
Dnot forget that we
jectos, Oil Cups, Lubri,
high grades of Rubber 11
uine Gandy Belt; Pipe,
and Boiler Tubes.
823 West. Gervais St.
We Are Heat
in quantities frc
upwards. We he
the past ten da
age of this mate
prices have ady1
past week it is s
pared with oth
Ri Get our prices I
and oats'tvwle a'day. Whereiii seiio
I feed is available on the range ak this
i time of the year, vegetables, such as
potatoes, turnips, beets, and cabbage,
should be substituted poultry special
ists of the United States Department
of Agriculture suggest.
Animal feed is essential to best re
sults and can be supplied b yfeeding
r meat scrap or skim milk. Given free
range where the supply of natural
feed during the winter and early
k spring is ample, as it usually is in the
southern portion of the United States,
the guineas may be left to pick up a
considerable part of their feed. Free
access to grit, charcoal, and oyster
i shell is necessary throughout the
breeding and laying season. Avoid
I having the breeders too .fat, but keep
them in good, firm flesh.
F F E R
corrugated roofing in
[his article is scarce and
. Our price $10.00 per
ck of mill supplies and
your service; in belts we
in leather, rubber and
roofing we sell various
reciate your orders by
Phone No. 368.
& Mill Supply Co.
Sumter, S. C.
t saving is something that
progressive money saving t
tge of these whose person
e-and those who earnest
ney saved. There is no
11s and Ginneries I
LLS AND GINNERIES -I
carry a large stock of In
3ators. Also two or three I
elt, Leather Belt, ant' Gen-.
Valves, Fittings, Packing
Columbia, S. C.
m ten tons and
tve sold during
ys a large ton
rial, and while
meced during the
till cheap comn
>efore you buy.