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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Comity of Abbeville.
Court of Common Pleas.
WILLIE LAFAYETTE HILL, and:a
others, Plaintiffs, C(
* " against
BERTIE MAY HILL, and others,
By authority of a Decree of Sale by c
the Court of Common Pleas for Ab- si
beville County, in said State, made
in the above stated case, I will offer ^
for sale, at Public Outcry, at Abbeville
C. H., S. C., on Salesday in October,
A. D. 1919, within the legal c
hoars of sale the following described s
land, to wit: All that tract or par- a
eel of land situate, lying and being d
in Donalds Township, Abbeville ^
County, in tne State aioresaia, containing
Sixty-one (61) and 1-4 acres t
more or less, and bounded by lands
of M. L. Moore, Sam Shirley, and i:
Mrs. L. W. Mabry. 0
TERMS' OP SALE?CASH. Pur- c
chaser to pay for stamps and papers. 0
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Vinol is Wh
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Weak, run-down nervous
IVinol because it contains t
structive tonics in an agree
form: ? Beef and Cod Li
Manganese Peptonates and
We guarantee there is n
HERE IS !
"I got Into a weak, run-down condition,
no appetite, tired all the time d
and headaches ? but had to keep d
around and do my housework. I read t
about Vinol and tried it?within two v
weeks I commenced to improve, and a
now have a splendid appetite and feel I
stronger and better in everyway."? I
Urs. John F. Watson. \
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old people sad delicate ehlldrc
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Farmers and Mercha
f Landscape surveys
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Thousands of Go^
and positions with bi
sional men await the a
ed man or woman.
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ONCENTRATED CIDER WILL 1
KEEP SWEET INDEFINITELY j
Sweet cider, rendered commerci- ]
lly possible the year around by 1
oncentration, looms up as healthful
*1.- " ?<iocnT+ nf national
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>rohibition, and opens a profitable
tutlet for windfall apples, say the
pecialists of the Bureau of Chemisry,
United States Department of
They have developed a process for
oncentrating sweet cider which conists
essentially of freezing the fresh
pple juice, grinding the frozen prouct,
and then by means of a centriugal
process, separating the essenial
cider solids from the frozen waer,
in much the same way that cream ,
5 separated from milk. Five gallons ,
f cider can be reduced by this pro
wollnn nf sinmv cider <
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oncentrate. This cider concentrate,
ieing so much less in bulk, can be j
hipped and stored much more eco-|(
omically than the bulky fresh cider. (
t is also easier to keep sweet when
oncentrated. When it is desired to ise
the cider concentrate it can be |
estored to its original bulk, condiion,
and flavor simply by the addi- ,
ion of ordinary drinking water.
Concentrated cider will keep sweet .
luch longer than in its original conlition,
and in cold storage it will ,
:eep sweet indefinitely. Its reduced
lulk makes it practicable to keep it
n cold storage. The concentrated ,
iroduct thus promises to make fresh
ider available at ^ soda fountains
hroughout the summer months.
This product, to be profitable,
hould be made on a fairly large :
cale, and preferably in connection i
nth a commercial - ice plant located :
ear an apple section. Since the ci- 1
er season is short it is doubtful
whether it would be profitable to
rect a refrigerating plant solely for
he purpose of freezing the cider,
us a by-product or side line to reguir
ice plant the cost of the process i
rould be reduced materially, as the 1
ider-making season comes at the :
ery time when the demand for ice is ]
Teatly diminished by the approach
f cold weather. As the conecntrat- i
d cider has not yet been marketed 1
n a commercial scale, those propos- \
lg to undertake the process should 5
rst satisfy themselves that they
at You Need '
men and women need *
;he most famous recon- j
jable and easily digested ;
tver Peptones, Iron and 1
i Glycerophosphates. i
o tonic equal to VinoL
"I keep house and I was weak, rail*
own ana nervous, back ached a-good ]
leal of the time, so it was hard to .
ake care of my chickens and do my
rork-Vinol has restored my Btrengtb, i
nd my nervousness has gone, so <
can do my work as well as ever.
Ivery run-down woman should take 1
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1UVFU iUlD. .
thmi, weak vexnn, overworked men,
, thw to no remedy like YinoL <
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asiness and profesimbitious,
have a ready and convenient outlet
for their product.
Detailed information regarding the
process and the machinery necessary
will be furnished upon application to
the United States Department of Agriculture,
Washington, D. C.
SUPPLYING GREEN FEED
FOR POULTRY IN WINTER
If the best results are to be obl
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tainea wiui puuitry mtj muoi uc finished
with a plentiful supply of
green feed. Where fowls have unlimited
range on a farm they will secure
green feed during the spring,
but during the winter it must be supplied
for them. The question of
how to supply the best feed at the
least cost is one that each poultry
keeper must decide largely for himself.
It will probably make but little
difference what kind of green feed
is supplied, provided it is relished by
bhe fowls. Cabbages, turnips, beets,
potatoes, etc., are suitable for this
purpose. The larger roots and the
cabbages may be suspended by mean?,
of a wire or string, or they may be
placed on the floor, in which case it
rvouid te well to split the turnips or
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Dc^ts ltiigLiiwibe wxi/U a mi^c AIULC.
Potatoes and tnrnips should J>c fed
cooked. The mangel is an excellent
root for feeding "raw. Cut clover
soaked in boiling water fed alone or
with the mash is good, ciover meal
and ground alfalfa make very good
feeds for this purpose. Where ' the
fowls are yarded and not enough
Screen feed is furnished by the yard,
a small patch of clover, alfalfa, or
rape may be sown. Any one of these
if frequently mowed, will furnish a
great quantity of green feed in a
form which is relished by the fowls.
Canada field peas may also be town
for this purpose, and when fed in a
tender, crisp condition are eaten
Plan For Next Seaaon.
Now is the time to plan and begin
a fall and winter campaign against
the boll weevil, says the extension
service entomologist of Clemson College.
First, pick cotton as rapidly as pos- I
sible not only on account of the boll I
weevil but as-a wise farming prac- ^
;ice, and destroy every cotton .stalk
is early as possible.
Second, follow an intelligent pro- |
jram of seed selection, clear farmng
and the planting of cover crops _
is a most important element in tke I
boll Weevil fight as well as *n the I
jeneral development of southern I
Third, make early and ample prepiration
for increasing your livestock,
Fencing your land and preparing for
>astures and grazing crops to occupy
;ome of your former cotton acreage.
The boll weevil eats neither com,
relvet beans, peanuts nor hogs.
WANT SPRINGS FOR GOVERNOR
Greenville, Sept. 30.?Col. Holmes
3. Springs, according to a story in
foe Greenville Piedmont, is being
lrged by friends ih every part of the
State to enter the gubernatorial race
lext year. Ht admits having received
numerous offers of support in
;his connection, but states that he
;ias given no definite answer to his
friends. Col. Springs was discharged
:rom the military service in April,
ifter having served more than twen- .
;y years. He was one of the best
known and most popiilar officers of ?
;he Thirtieth Division, serving in
France as commander of . trains with
this division, also as acting division
juartermaster and acting G-l.
Col. Springs has anounced his intention
to give up his residence in |
Georgetown and remove to Greenville.
AsriKiN run uulu*
Name "Bayer" is on Genuiai |
Insist cm "Haver Tablets of Aspirin"
in ft "Bayer package," containing propei
directions for Colds, . Pain, Headache,
Neuralgia, Lumbago, and Rheumatism.
Name "Bayer" means genuine Aspirin
prescribed by physicians for nineteen
years. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets ?
cost few cents. Aspirin is trade mark
of Bayer Manufacture of Mon?acetk- ?_
Midair of Salicylicacid. |
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give you protecncSn ag
storms for less thaS 6f
This Statement Bplp
JULY 1, 1918
JULY 1,' 191
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Increase in two moi
largest and strongest
The Association is;
Mutual Insurance Cor
Government accept its
For further inform*
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