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X V SANTUC LOCALS < X >>>>> > >> > NX X > ' A nice rain fell in this sectio: Tu??day which was needed ver much. v Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Ragsdal of Ware Shoals spent the week-en ' ^ u~ fr\a latt.pr'.cs n.ql at JL>arraug'U3 ?- c? ents Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Beasley. W. E. Morrison was a ^busines visitor in Abbeville Monday. Mr. Jim Ellis is quite sick at hi home at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wright spen Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. S. I Beasley. A. J. Morrison of Columbia ha been the guest of his father Mr W. E. Morrison. The young people enjoyed j candy pulling and rook party a the home of Mr. R. B. Moss Frida: night. Mr. A. J. Morrison and Richar< Morrison spent Monday night witJ Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Haddon. Mr. W. H. Sharp has been righ sick for the past ten days. We al wicTi for .him a soeedy recovery. Clarence and Richard Morrisoi of Columbia are spending their va cation here with their grandfather W. E. and A. J. Morrison ant James Haddon were visitors wit! Mr. W. H. Sharp Sunday after noon. Some of the farmers have beei to mill and are enjoying home raised biscuit. E. J. Botts and little grandson Johnnie Wright, recently spent i few days with Mrs. S. L. Beasley. r? w-n'orVit- was a business OJA. M/. ? - visitor in Abbeville Saturday. VVVKVVVVVVN \ ^ V ANTREVILLE \ * > VVKVV Vi Misses Elvira Jackson, Gertrude Bowen and Louise Thompson of Stan ?wmctc nf Mr and Mrs. Har W CI C UJC 5UWIM VJ. ?... old Crowther last week. Mr. and Mrs. Crowther entertained at a partj in their honor last Friday night. The play, "Mrs. Tubbs of the Poul. try Yard" was presented by the An treville elnb girls Saturday night They were assisted by Mrs. Norris Wakefield and Mrs. Furman Bowen. The music between acts was furnish ed by Miss Sara Harkness, Mrs, Gibbons and Mr. Boyce Wakefield The play was thoroughly enjoyed and much credit is due the participants and their assistants. The proceeds will go to furnish the domestic science room. Mrs. S. J. waKeneia spent wy?? days last week in Latimer with hei mother, who has been sick. Miss Sara Harkness is spending several days with Miss Ruby Mann. Mr. Archie H. Keaton returnee from Lavonia, Ga., Friday. He wai accompanied by Mr. Motte Keatoi and Mr. Dewara sniney wno s^cn the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. R A. Keaton. Miss Beth Anderson left Tuesday fbr Ninety Six where she will visi relatives for several days. Miss Lalla Martin of Henderson ille is here on a visit to her sister Mrs. E. R .McCartec. Rev. W. A. Duckworth and Mr C. A. Suber attended the Distric Sunday School conference at Wal halla Friday. Miss Rebecca Phillips of Winns boro is the guest of Mrs. A. B Cochran this week. Rev. Ballenger of Lowndesvilli preached at Shiloh church Sunda: morning. He brought a ver; helpful message and he delivered i in an impressive manner. Rev. A. W Duckworth, the regular preacher a Shiloh, occupied the pulpit at Lown desville at the same hour. Mr. and Mrs. George Mann ant daughters, Misses M^ary and Prud< liana, dad Mr. John Little of Abbe ville and Mr. Charlie Clinkkacales o Lowndesville were among those wh attended services at Shiloh Sunda; morning. j \ Miss Helen Leverett of Iva wa the week-end guest of Miss Beth An derson. Mis? Gyp Branyon of Anderson i visiting her sister, Mrs. J. T. Erwin Miss Hattie Lou Haddon spent th week-end with Miss Bertha Patterson "Much in little'" is the best way t characterize Information Card 22 j?st published by the Extension Sei vice, for though it is very brief i sums up the whole subject of "Bol Weevil Control for 1922." It's free They are GOOD! 1QC ' Bay this Cigarette and Save Money l w w . , w,: K * j V MONTEREY LOCALS V h N |\>\> N > \ \ > > >NM Mr. and Mrs. Olin C-linkscales land family of Waycross, Ga. are | spending the summer with his sis j ter, Mrs. J. M. Bell. Miss Lizzie Nance has returned to her home in Due West after a visit to her brother, J. A. Nance. Miss Willie Lanier is spending a few days in Abbeville with Miss Alpha Graves. W. D. Busby was a business visitor in Abbeville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Nance and daughter, Miss Ruth Nance, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lanier. Riehard Amnions of Calhoun iFalls spent Saturday night with Monie Napier. Moss Gladys Edwards has return ed home after a visit to Miss Willie Lanier. Monie Napier spent Friday night sftth Glenn and J. B. Sutherland. Bruce and Edward Clirikscales spent Monday afternoon in Abbe ville. Miss Ruby Napier spent Satur day night with Miss Lucile Suther land. Mr. Julian W. White of Abbe ville passed through this section Tuesday enroute to the camp. Miss Sallie Sutherland o<f Cal houn Falls pent the week-end with home folks. IRobert Lanier spent Wednesday in Abbeville. V V TROY V V WW WWW WW Rev. and Mrs. J. B.' Hilhouse and daughter, Esther Love, of Lebanon were pleasant week-end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bur nett. Misses Jennie and Sallie Wood hurst of Sharon spent the week end here with their brother, Mr. A. H. Woodhurst. Mr. J. M. Spence left Saturday for Florida to visit his son, Mr. Ralph Spence. Robert and Allen McNeill of McCbrmick spent Tuesday night with Mr. Edgar Wood hurst. Mr. James Horne and family and Mrs. Mary Horne spent the fourth with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brown. James Blessing of Abbeville is here for an extended visit to his uncle, Mr. Andrew Woodhurst. Miss Willie Jay of Columbia spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Henry Beauford and' daugh tr, Miss Julia Belle, of Bethia spen last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Beauford. Willie Beauford spent the 4th with friends near Greenwood. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Woodhurst spent Thursday in Bethia with Mrs. S. M. Fortescue. JULY FARM CALENDAR Ttunfes To Do This Month. I Agronomy. j Continue intensive cultivation of cotton for weed control. Begin now to prepare land for i sowing alfalfa in September. Use only strong productive land for alfal fa. i| Clean up terraces and turnrows. j Make sure you have forage enough ; planted to supply hay for next year. This is a good time to check up on farm record^ and inventories to > see what it is costing to produce dif ferent xirops. j Horticulture Don't neglect to plant a fall crop [ of Irish potatoes. Remove diseased limbs from fruit trees. This is especially necessary immediately after harvesting the J peach crop. Make your plans now for planting fruit trees and grape vines next fall. Do not neglect to spray apple trees for the control of bitter rot. Remember that grape vines should be sprayed after the fruit has been harvested to insure better fruit next season. Animal Hit tJ\ani|i>v Breed all sows not previously setted for fall litters. Breed beef cows for spring calves. Mow over pastures to prevent weeds from seeding. See that livestock has plenty of shade and water. Destroy all stagnant pools now used as mud walows. Clean out the fence rows around pastures and barnyards. Keep manure hauled out to pre vent fly breeding. As soon as pigs weigh 50 pounds, have them treated for cholera. Accumulate as much hay for win ter as possible. Make use of pastures for idle horses and mules and thus save grain. Dairying. Keep milk cows out of swamps, pastures with stagnant ponds or creeks. Clean drinking" water is nec essary. Stagnant water ropy milk and other undesirable conditions. Give cows on pasture access to salt every day. They need about one ounce per day. Use a fly repellant on your cows. Good cows will pay for it. Do not turn cows on pastures with no shade trees during the middle of the day. Plant Diseases. Save seed from clean plants for next year's planting of tobacco, wat ermelon and tomato. Clean up the peach orchard after picking, collecting and burning or burying rotted peaches, and if pos sible, trimming out and burning all dead or cankered twigs. Treat the stems of all watermelons in the car to prevent rot en route. Avoid pasturing or growing hay on wilt.infested watermelon fields after the melon crop is removed. Plant a rust-resistant variety of jbean# for the fall crop. SOUTHERN RAILWAY STARTS SUMMER TOURIST SERVICE Asheville, N. C., June.?The sum mer tourist season has been opened by the Southern Railway System with the inauguration of the "Land of the Sky Special," giving overnight service between Asheville and the Southeast with through sleeping cars from Wilmington, Charleston, Sa vannah, Atlanta and Macon. Through car service to Asheville for this season covers a broader ter ritory than ever before and all the I Western North Carolina resorts are expecting record , crowds. Through sleeping car lines have been estab lished to Asheville from Chicago and St. Louis in addition to which the lines from New Orleans, Mobile, Montgomery, Birmingham and Chat tanooga 'have been reestablished for the summer. Sleeping car lines have also been established between Memphis, Tenn., and Richmond, Va., via Asheville and between Cincinnati, 0., and Golds boro, N. C., via Asheville. In addition to the service in effect the year round, these new lines give through sleeping car facilities to Asheville from all sections of the South and from practically every important city east of the Mississippi River. VACATIONS DEMANDED By Clerks Woaking on Chesa peake aid Ohio Road Richmond, July 11.?Passing resolutions against a cot in wages and demanding tiat full-time va cations be granted them without having to work extra hours to make up for such vacations, mem bers of the local -anion of the Fed eration of Railway Clerks of the Chesapeake and Ohio system to night authorized the exeeutive board to present the ultimatum to the officials of the railway system tomorrow. Other locals along the system have paserti similiar resolu tions and the executive board, .rep resenting 2,200 clerks, will confer with the Chesapeake and Ohio offi cials tomorrow. Divorce is increasing rapidly in England, especially among the poor. Tur i | SUM CON and with it con repairing, and 1 on your premis Will be taken make them kn< selected supply and of all oth< times. A Nev now being un warehouse. If at the lowest p Builders A. H. JACKSON, M Lumber 1 I [ME 1ES nes the nece: touching upc ses. rWc / * care ot by 3wn. We ca of Ceiling, Si sr building i r Shi loaded and you want u rices, consul Supply anager. iara ai ice ficw mraraiuiu^^ ! 11 I ;:?S # a ":j !.. i A ?5 va ssary building, )f the buildings I lit? I AM It/ us if you will rry a carefully 1? . PI laing, r looring 11 naterials at all pment placed in our - 1 j.L _ 1 x. J DUy U1C UCSL It. ! r nmnonv VUlllpUllJ PHONE 68 it.