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Potato Crap Below Last Year. H
The late commercial potato crop
now for the first time receives a separate
freport by the bureau of crop G
estimates, United States department b
of agriculture. For the date of Sep- d;
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MASTER'S SALE. tl
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, ti
County of Abbeville.
Court of Common Pleas. w
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BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION h
OF ABBEVILLE, Plaintiff, t]
against ^
BELLA FAIR COSBY, Defendant
By authority of a Decree of Sale a
by the Court of Common Pleas for P
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Abbevile County, in said State, made "
in the above stated case, I will offer
for sale, at Publie Outcry, at Abbeville
C. H., S. C., on Salesday in Oct- n
ober, A. D. 1919, within the legal C1
i -r ~~1~ il- d'
nuurs ui saie tuc ivuuvtuig u&ov&u/vu
land, to wit: All that tract or par- n
eel of land situate, lying and being c<
in the City of Abbeville, Abbeville w
County, in the State aforesaid, and c<
bounded by lands of Eliza Moseley, 111
Horace Griffin, land now or formerly st
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owned by George Baker, and by
Branch Street, being the lot con- .
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veyed to the said defendant oy '
Frank B. Gary by deed dated May
3lst, 1906. Recorded in Book "26"
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at page 581.
TERMS OF SALE?CASH. Pur
chaser to pay for stamps and paper.
THOS. P. THOMSON, "
9-9-lw-3w. Master A. C., S. C.
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STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Abbevile. ar
Court of Common Pleas. *a
ELENA FERGUSON, and others, j th
Plaintiff, j ^
against | SP
EVA FERGUSON, and others, aI
Defendants. | By
authority of a Decree of Sale te
by the Court of Comomn Pleas for in
Abbeville County, in said State, j01
made in the above stated case, I will fo
offer for sale, at Public Outcry, at 04
Abbeville C. H., S. C., on Salesday:
in October, A. D. 1919, within the
legal'hours of sale the following de- 0l
scribed land, to wit: All that tract
or parcel of land situate, lying and j
being in Abbeville County, in the pc
State aforesaid, containing One
Hundred and Sixty-two (162) t,(
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Acres, more ur less, auu uuuuueu uy
lands of A. J. Ferguson, Andrew pi
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Stone, Julius DuPre, Pete Holmes, ^
Mrs. A. W. Jones, and Moseley Ferry
Road. M
TERMS OF SALE?CASH. Pur- 8(
chaser to pay for stamps and papers. 1C
THOS. P. THOMSON, va
9-9-3w-3t. Master A. C., S. C. lo
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IRAM JOHNSON
SEEKS SUPPORT
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"Washington, Sept. 2SL?While the J
erman peace treaty received only
rief consideration in the senate toay,"
outside developments indicated
*?+ +V10 fopfions were linine ud for
le real fight over the league of naons
covenant.
The outstanding feature of the day
ras the announcement by Senator
shnson, Republican, California, that
e would leave here tomorrow for
ae Pacific coast to keep up his atick
on the treaty, which was acceptd
to mean finally that his proposed
mendment to equalize the voting
ower of the United States and
[reat Britain would not be called up
ar weelcs hence.
Next in public interest was the
ews that Senator Ashurst, Demorat,
Arizona, had telegraphed Preaient
Wilson that he would vote for
itification of the treaty, believing he
)uld render the country and the
orld, he said, a great service by ac;pting
it as it is, without amend;ent
or reservation. This definite
atement from Senator Ashurst was
msidered particularly assuring by
emocratic leaders because of perstent
reports that he would oppose
le pact in its present form.
Just before adjournment Senator
enroot, Republican, Wisconsin,
ade his position clear by reiteratg
that he would not vote to ratify
ie treaty if under Article 10 the
nited States was obligated to send
5 troops abroad to preserve the tertorial
integrity of members of the
ague.
Senator New, Republican, Indiana,
id Senator Smith, Democrat, Marynd,
divided the debate of the day,
ie former attacking the treaty and
e latter defending it and urging
eedy ratification. But there was no
jplause, the galleries evidently takmber
1 the condition of this crop
dicates a yield of 123,518 carloads,
considerably below the^ estimate
v fho cam a mnnfVi loef voar 1 .
18 carloads. Late potatoes raised
r local supply and all other late potoes
not included in these estimates
ne carload equals 700 bushels.
In nearly every State the producon
of the late comm^rc'al crop of
>tatoes falls below that ol last year,
jnnsylvania is a prominfnt excepyn,
with a gain of 1,030 carloads
rer last year, and yet that State
oduces, this year, less than 6 per
nt. of the total of all States. Maine
is a prospect of 24,468 carloads;
innesota, 24,000; Wisconsin, 20,)0;
Michigan, 10,275; Colorado,
1,030; New York, 9,370; Pennsy^nia,
6,980, and Idaho. 6,640 car
ads.
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iconomy in using
ck that there is in
-only the large?
the truck comnds
it particular?
;o farmers, ana
er business men.
3 famous Model
notor assures re)le
power, and
nganese bronze
certain the use of
three-point suslity,
and vanadiTTTl4-l^
XT1CC, W1LI1UUI
Detroit.
NOLD
ing to heart the previous warning of
the vice president that this would re- j
| suit in ejection of those violating the j
standing rule^pf the senate.
" In' the house, where treaty talk
bobs up now and tfchen, Representative
'King,vRepabliean, Illinois,* introduced
a resolution proposing the support
of the body for -the senators
"standing for Americanism." The
resolution was thrown in the house
hopper without discuaaitm.
Under unanimous consent agreement
the amendments by Senator
Fall, Republican, New Mexico, proposing
that the United States be relieved
from service on foreign commisisons
created under the: treaty,
will be taken up tomorrow for discussion.
Senator Cummins, Republican,
Iowa, will speak against the
treaty, and Senator Fall is expected
to champion the cfcuse of his amendments.
No vote is looked for until
some time next week.
senator jonnson s decision to resume
his western speaking trip set at
rest a whirlwind of rumors concerning
the British and American voting
amendment, which now both Republicans
and Democrats agree will riot
be taken up for ?>me weeks. Tne
general talk was that Republican
leaders frankly told Senator Johnson
that they did not have enough votes
to pass it, and that the senator replied
he would go out in the country
and create such strong sentiment in
n
avo xav vi vuow uic ocimu; wuuiu iiut
dare defeat it.
FEEDING SPECIAL FLOCKS.
The production 6t pure-bred poultry
eggs for hatching and baby
chicks is becoming an important industry
in South Carolina. In 1917
the South Carolina Poultry Breeders'
Association was organized and since
that time a State poultry show, recognized
as the official state show by
the American Poultry Association,
has been held each year.
These breeders of pure-bred poultry
produce stock of the highest quality
which they intelligently house,
feed and care for, They exhibit their
best birds at county fairs and sell at
good prices their eggs for hatching,
babq chicks and surplus breeding
and show stock and generally find
the poultry business profitable.
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