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ADVANCE OF $10
North Carolina Gets Similar Anount.
- Money to be Advaneed by Assocla.
tion to Growers.
'Washington, July 1.2.-South Care
lina gets tMe backing of the War Fin
ance Corporation 'for $10,000,000 for
linancing the ordenly marke.ing6 'f
A. similar association in North
Carolina gets approval for an ad
vance of another $10,000,000, while
to associations of the same kind there
,goes-$1,000,000 for Arkansas and $3,
000,000 for A-labama.
- The corporation 'expects that only
a portion of the amounts approved
,will -be advanced dy it; that the banks
in the Interested districts will do the
major par t of the required financing
for. these associations..
'Columbia, July 12,-The War Fin
ance Corporation at Washington to
day a:' proved an advance of $10,000,
000 to the South Carolna Cotton Grow
ers' Association. Announcement of
its action was made after a hearing in
Washington this afternoon at which
were present ill. G. Kaminer, of Gads
den, president. and general manager
of the association; 'L. D. Jennings, of
Sumter, 'milember of the executive com
mittee; W. Rogers Scafiborough; of
Bishopvil-le, treasurer, and J. Pope
Mattliews, of Columbia. illarold C.
'Bookq-, secretary of the association,
rgeelved a telegram this afternoon
from .Mr. Kaminer stating that the ap
pliention had been approved.
The $10,000,000 will 'be used in mak
Ing advantes to mnem'bers of the as
sociation on the delivery of their cot
ton. Each member will get 60 per
cent of the current market value of
the grade of cotton delivered to the
association at the time of -its deliv
Great satisfaction that the War
Finance Corporation had seen fit to
apfrove the loan was expressed by
ofmicials of )the association tonight.
They anti-cpate no dfficulty in fin
ancing the association,
With the officers and many of the
technical heads of the association
chosen, the .financing 'problem solved
and headquarters secured, the direc
tors will ndws tackle the warehouse
- problem. Many warehouses over the
ftiate have already been offered the
association and no trouble is expeoted
'in securing ample storage space.
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XETING IN STATE
* G(IAT REVIVAL CLOSED' *
'Miss 'Wynona Chaney, formerly of
this city but now pastor's assistant of
the First Baptist church, Kannapolis,
N. V., writes of the wonderful meeting
Just closed in that town. As the re
suilts of the 13. F. 'McClendon meeting,
better known as "Cyclone Mack," on
last Sunday afternoon, June 11th, an
Iinmense crowd witnessed the Iargcst
baptizing that has ever taken Lplace in
North Carolina, 143 people being .im
mersed in the beautiful lake at Kan
napolis in exactly 30 minutes. This
ordinance was administered -by the
pastor, lIev. J. I. Brown, assisted by
a nuimber of his deacons. The crowd
of spectators was estimated 20,000.
Among those present was Rev. Kirk,
who organized this Baptist church in
iOn ,Sunday afternoon, June 18, the
pastor baptized 15, this making some
300, with those coming in .by letter.
This brings our resident membership
to well over 1,000.
-Just a word about our 'Sunday school.
We have 1;200 on roll, with a splendid
attendance every Sunday. Two Sti
(lays ago 120 'wore .present in the Ba
raca class, 119 in the Junior Philathea,
119 in the Senior Philathea class, with
as equally large number in the other
At present we are greatly handi
capped for lack of room, as our
church is 'being added to, but we hope
to be in out new biuilding by the last
of -July, tihus having room for all who
wish to attend the Baptist church.
Take notice that on the 23rd day of
July, 1922 we will render a final ac
count of our acts and doings as Execu
tors of the estate of Chesley Finley
deceased, in .the office of the Judge of
Probate of 'Laurens county, at 11
o'clock, a. tn., and on the same day
will apply for a final discharge from
our trust as Execitors.
Any person indebted to said estate
its notified and required to make pay
ment on that date; and all persons
having claims against said estate will
present them on or before said date,
duly proven or b' forever barred.
SAM MI LLS.
June 22, 1922. 49-5t-A
Take notice that on the 21st day of
July, 1922, I will render a final ac
count of my acts and doings as Ad
ministratrix of the estate of J. L.
Nabors deceased, in the office of the
Judge of IProbate of Laurens county,
at 11 o'clock, a. m. and on -the same
day will apply for a inal discharge
from my trust as Administratrix. a
Any 'person indebted to said estate
is notified and required to make ipay
ment on that date; and all persons
having claims against said estate will
resent them on or before said date,
duly proven, or be forever barred.
'MISS MATTIE E. NABORS,
June 21, 1922. 49-6t-A
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Palmetto ii Columbia and Home Bank
in St. Matthews Made Defendants.
Charleston, July 16.--The Palmetto
National 'l'.Ink of Columbia and the
Hlome bank of St. Matthows are de
fendants in proccedings which have
been instituted in the United States
eastern district court by T. C. Cross
as trustee for ). N. Smith, C. P. Smith
and W. D. Whiteside, invidiually, and
as copartners trading as .Smith's,
bankrupt, both .(ofendants being
charged with violation of sections of
the law relating to bankruptcy.
it is alleged by the plaintiff, T. C.
Cross as trustee, that on or about
February 18, 1932, D. N. -Smith assign
ed, transferred and delivered to the
Palmetto National bank cetain shares
of stock, and It is alleged that the said
D. N. Smith made the transfer with
the purpose of defrauding creditors
and the defendant acceited the same
:with knowledge of the intentions of
Smith, who, it Is alleged, was insol
vent at the time, and who was adjudi
cated bankrupt March 3, 1822. This is
alleged to have been unlawful, and it
is further alleged that the bankruptcy
law was violated on the giounds that
defendant knew or had reasonable
cause to believe that the said ). N.
Smith and firin of Smith's was insol
vent, and it is alleged in effect that
the -transaction was to give prefer
,ence to the Palmetto National Bank.
The court is asked to decree that the
defendant be required ,to deliver
stocks involved or to .ay the value
.thereof to the trustee.
In the second cause of action against
the Palmetto National bank it is al
leged that D. N. Smith gave the 'bank
a mortgage to secure payment of a
note for $11,000, and it is alleged that
At the time of execution and delivery
of note and mortgage the said D. N.
'Smith and firm of 'Smith's were invol
vent. The court is asked to decree
that the mortgage be null and void
and that the note be surrendered to
the trustee and record of mortgage
A cause similar to the latter is
'brought against the -ome bank of
St. 'Matthews, arising out of a note
and mortgage -transaction, and the
same relief is asked for, and a second
cause of action 'gainst the Home bank
.4s on the alleged ground that the as
sets otthe said bankrupt, D. N. Smith,
consisted in part of cash on deposit in
this 'bank in the suni of $3,072.87; that
.the bank has refused to pay this
money to the trustees and a judgment
in this sum Is accordingly asked.
WILL FACE TRIAL
AFTER 18 YEARS
Mother-In-Law Accuses Barnwell
Barnwell, June 30.-Milton 'Still, a
white farmer, Who lives a few miles
from this city, 'has been arrsted on a
warrant charging him with the mur
der of 'Barnie Diamond 18 years old.
The arrest is sa'd to have resulted
from a difficulty between Still and his
brother-in-lawv, Frank Owens, about
ten days ago, at 'whIch tIme the lat
ter' shot Still in -the leg: Still had
Owens arrested, wvhereupon Owens'
mother, Mrs. .M. A. Owvens, divulged
information which led to the arrest of
Still on the charge of murder.
From the best information available,
it seems that the evidence against Still
is very meager, as no eyewitnesses to
the alleged murder can be located. In
May, 1904, the body of 'Barnie Diamond
was found lying by the Southern
railway tracks about twvo miles south
of Barnwell, and it :was thought that
he had 'been killed by *a train during
the night. On the night of his death
Mrs. Owens was at the home of Mil
ten 'Still, her son-in-law, and now
states -that she heard cries and the
sound of blows coming from the house
of a white woman named Mamie Phil
lips, who lived just across the raU
road track from 'Still's home, Mr's.
Owens. it is understood, charges that
Diamond -was killed at the Phillips'
house and his body placed on the track
by 'Still in an effort to hide his al
The case will probably be brought
to trIal at the October term of the
court of general sessions.
"THlE KILLFR" PASSES
L. & N. Locomotive No. 280 FInally
Knoxil'le, July 16.-Louisville &
Nashville .pa&ssenger locomotive No.
2.30, knowvn 'to 'railroad men as "the
killer," 'because of the liven lost, In
accidents .in which it has figured, lies
on a side -track here today, a crippled
hulk of twistedl steel.
'Pulling "The Southland," an all steel
.passenger train, from Cincinnati' -to
Jackeonville, No. 230 this morning
'burst a cylinder bead aibove Lafolletto,
Tenn. The driving .beam wrecked the
engine beforeo it could be stopped.
tWith the driving beam piercing his
cab with almost eifery rovolutiob,
Jlohn Tammnine, veteran engIneer, re
ma'ined at the 1irottle and 'brought- the
traitn to Mop before 4t left the ra'is.
D BY M.C.MERKER.
'600DNEsbt9JACK , WHERE- DID YOU GET 'nTAT RIG' YflIJ MUSTb BE GOING TO A MADOUSADE'
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while you have grown still smaller in the vision and estimation of your
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