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NOT TOO LATE TO JOIN
Columbia, July 18.?The Soath
Carolina Cotton Growers' Co-opera
tive Association has made arrange,
ments with the War Finance Corpor
ation for an advance of $10,000,000.
This money will be useu in maKing
advances to the members of the asso
ciation. Each member will receive 65
per cent of the current market value
or* his cotton at the time he delivers
his cotton to the association.
With the financing problem solved,
all officers elected and many of the
technical heads chosen, and the
headquarters practically in shape for
occupancy, only the warehouse prob
lem remains to b.e solved and the
will Vih vnarlv +r> -fnnffinn.
Xo trouble is anticipated in securing
ample warehouse space. Owners of
warehouses all over South Carolina
have tendered their space to the as
sociation for its use if needed.
Now that the association is about
ready to function there are many far
mers over the state who have decided
to join. There was a steady inflow of
contracts last week and the number
is expected to increase each week
from now until September 1 when it
will be necessary to close the mem
bership books.
During the past week there has
been a steady stream of visitors from
every section of the state to associa
tion headquarters and without excep
tion they have told of the strong loy
alty on the part of the members in
their respective sections to the asso.
ciation and of the growing enthusi
asm for cooperative marketing.
ENGLAND'S RICHEST
HEIRESS MARRIES
London, July 18.?A wedding sec
ond only in interest to the nuptials
of Princess Mary and Viscount Las
celles took place this afternoon in
St. Margarets, Westminster, when
England's richest heiress, Miss Ed
' wina Ashley, grand daughter of Sir
Ernest Cassells and God-daughter of
King Edward VII, married a scion of
European royalty, Lord Louis
Mountbatten. The groom is a grand
son of the late Queen Victoria, a
cousin of King George and the clos
est friend and companion of the
Prince of Wales, who was the best
man at today's ceremony.
King George and Queen Mary at
tended the wedding after which a
reception was held at Brook house,
.the Park Lane mansion, which is
part of the bride's inheritance of 5,
000,000 pounds ana wmcn win oe
the home of the couple after their
honeymoon in Spain as the guests of
King Alfonso and their later trip to
America.
The bridegroom, -whose father,
the late Lord Milford Haven was
Prince Louis of Battenburg until the
King abolished all the German titles
held by English royalty, is a young
naval officer who acted as aids to the
Prince of Wales in his tours of Aus
tralia and Japan.
YE FARME GOSSIPE
Time to build that silo.
One reason why "farming is a
gamble:" Too many farmers don't
'1J-f oriv nlannino1 nVipnH
UV> UIUV.11, II VA..J , f ? ?
This is the time Mrs. Farmer to
can all you can.
A fair deal for the farm boy or
girl is a fine deal in futures for rural
life.
Now is the time for every good
farmer to come to the aid of the
county fair by preparing to have
good exhibits.
"A short life but a merry * one"
is a splendid motto for a pig that is
to make the most profit for his |
owner.
Wise Governor Morrison of North
Carolina declared. "It should be a
felony for any family in North Caro
lina to be without a garden." Tell
+ <-> wnrlil ofnvprnor.
,l vv tl4V " e? ~ *
Funny how the farmer who has
stuck to cotton with its unstable
prices will swear off from other crops
when prices fall below the cost of
production.
Better be putting down eggs in
water glass, for the prices will be
going up before many moons.
Dairymen are entitled to luxuries
as well as other people. Maybe thatj
- ~ vAocnn ixrVt \t cnm p nf fhpm I
j5> uic X caouii ?ti.j wvm.v
keep scrub cows.
A summer thought: It is all right
to rest when the farm rush is over,
but it is better to do something
while resting. Take some vacation
trips into other communities and seei
how they farm.
FOLLOWING IS LIST OF C
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE
1922 TO JU
Amount Forwarded $8,104.00
357 137.CS Good Roads Mch.y
S58 0.50 E. W. Nance .. M
359 i'2.0o Tom Cason .. -2
SCO ^.90 C. II. Bosdtll .. 3
301 31.51 IT. W. Mi! ford ..
?, I2 : n 7.SJ \V. T. Casqn .. :
3 *>?J
2.40
Ackcr Bldg and I
:.04
000.00
Void .. Void
3lo
3.00
W. L. Mclllwan .
23.25
S. L. Beasley ..
-'j i
.?.><>
C'ooley and Spec-r
:> :$
4.00
J. P. Wilson .. 1
3'j'J
1.25
J. 1J. Brooks ..
:>7'j
51.01
F. \V. D. Auto Co.
371
11.45
L. W. Keller .. }
o7 2
3.50
W. A. Calver;& S
O 1 u
35.41
Abb Water Ele
:74
13C 3?
A. M. Smith & So
375
3.00
A. .VI. Hill & Co.
u I b
4.C*5
Austin Perrin Dr
31 *
45.72
Shorrard .Brother
378
11.35
Cooperative Merc
c97 25.50 Sou. Cotton Oil C<
SSO 1.50 W. F. Erwin .. W<
381 47.46 Miller and Evans
382 19.09 E. F. Arnold .. i
383 6.25 Abb.Telepone Co.
284 10.00 J. R. Power .. Li
385 55.92 E. F. Arnold .. <
386 24.660 B. T. Cochran ..
387 320.91 S. J. Link Est. ..
388 210.41 L. W. White Co. ..
389 1.48 E. J. Adair Co ..
+ AA T T "D
33U
391
-392
393
394
395
396
391
393
3^9
400
401
402
403
404
405
Afld
X.UU J. Li. iv .. XXC1
8.60 P. D. Speed .. Dru?
94W. Casoa and McAlIist
21.85 Press and Banner
5.18 D. Polikoff .. Dry G
75.00 T. A. Bowie .. 3.000
4.81 Reynold (Meschine ..
30.00 W. M. Crawford .. ]
3.00 W. M. Crawford ..
72.50 J. A. Ashley .. 2,90
5.64 F. B. McLane .. 1
20.35 s D. B. Collier ..Tin
11.80 F. V/. Wilson .. Boa
4.50 J. D. Murdock .. "W
5.80 N. S. Cason .. Boar<
5.00 Harris Patton .. Sa
97 84 W T Srntt . . T.u
1UU
*m 1 .UT
?* v. ? * " ? ?
407 .
1.90
\V. T. Crawford .. ]
408 ^
25.00
R. B. Ferguson .. W
409 '
484.50
Gillion Iron Works
410
3.52
C. L. Pressley .. 352
411 7
71.80
W. A. Lee .. 85 sacl
412
5.00
Harris Patton .. Sal
413
1.80
J. R. Hannah 900
414
31.28
P. L. Langford Agt.
415
154.35
A. M. Robinson Co. .
416 '
75.00
Happ (Brothers .. S1
417
7.10
F. B. McLane .. Ex
418 -
150.00
Rescue Orphanage,
1922, Charity case
419
5.00
A. Af. Power .. Two
420
1.72
J. H. WhaleyFVt
421
422
23
424
425
*26
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
8.40 Sam Williams .. 28
1.82 P. L. Langford Agt. ,
26.00 L. S. McLain .. Woi
30.80 T. E. Gordon .. 1,23
5.00 Harris Patton .. Sa
150.00 A. M. Robinson Co.
10.00 J. F. Rogelrs .. 10 1
45.00 J. T Whitten .. Sal
4.20 A. D. Kennedy .. B<
4.20 T. A. Putman .. Bo
5.00 Harris Patton .. Sa
82.50 D. E. Newell. Jr., .:
45.00 Sam Culbreth .. Sal
1.50 J. H. Whaley .. Fr<
$'18,358.49 Total spen
'r- 75.00 C. B. Prince .. Sala:
75.00 T. D. Fegruson 6 Si
437
438
439
440
441
442
445
444
445
44C
447
448
449
450
50.00 H. S. Howie .. Salai
150.00 L. W. Keller .. Sala
55.50 R. Sondley .. Salarj
55.56 R. B Cheatham .. S
100.00 Paul Mann .. Salarj
125.00 F. 3. McLane .. Salai
55.00 W. T. Hunter .. S
60.00 S. J. Wilson .. Sa
45.00 J. G. Dawson .. Sal
82.50 W.eE. Ellis .. Salary
63.16 Mrs. Alma Gibbons,
23.00 Tom Cason .. Salar:
2.50 Laura Marshall .. "V
60.00 F. IB. McLane .. Die
90 J.
452
453
454
"*55
546
457
458
459
460
461
462
463
464
4 6
466
5.00 Harris Patten .. Sa
100.00 T. A. Bowie .. 4,000
22.50 J. V. Tate .. Board
5.00| |J. B. Tate .. Lunac
3.50 A. M. Erwin .. i;pai
2.00 E. W. Nance .. 2 Bu
6.00 C. E. Blanchett .. W
5.10 McMurray Drug Con
9.60 L. G. Botts . Black:
36.51 Rosenberg Merc. Coi
30.40 T. W. Martin .. Mer
10.25 W. T. Cason .. Groc
8.32 Adairs Department S
5.80 Sberrarjd Brothers .
54.46 Sherrard iBrothers ..
LAIMS PAID OUT BY]
COUNTY FROM APRIL 1,
ULY 1, 1922
Co. .. Supplies for Road Scrapes.
eal.
days work on Rpr. (Jang.
leat and Bread fo.- C. Farm.
Gas and Oil.
Mdse for C. G.
{pr. Co. 12 No. Kling Kite.
. Harness and Straps.
Merchandise and Supplies.
.. Mdse, Gas, Oil and !Iedicine# for CG
Collar and Pad.
251b. Xails.
.. Parts and Mtl for F. \Y. D. Truck.
Idse and Supplies.
011s .. Cols and Pds.
c. Plant .. Water. Lights for April,
n .. Merchandise and Supplies.
.. Coffee for C farm.
ug Co. .. D;ugs and-Medicine.
i
s .. Gas and Oil for Sheriff1.
Co. .. Merchandise and Supplies.
3. .. Meal and Hulls.
ork on Car.
.. Mercandise and Supplies.
Gas Oil and Rprs for Sheriff.
.. Telephone Rent.
inacy Case.
Gas Oil etc for Chain Gang.
Merchandise and Supplies.
Mrse and Supplies.
Merchandise and Supplies.
- pair Overalls.
>air 2 pair handcuffs.
js and Medicine.
ai* Hrv rinn/lo fnr P f!
? 1/1/ Vivwug iVi V. U<
.. Printing and Adveitising.
roods for County Farm,
ft. Lumber.
. Lumber.
L,200 ft. of Lumber. ^ ;
Wo*k on Road.
i4 feet of Lumber.
relephone Calls.
work on C. House and Jail.
rd of Equalization Dist No. 23.
01# on Roads, x
1 of Equalization Dist. No.18.
lary, Janitor 1 week.
mhe-r. 1
I
Express on parts for scrape.
ork on Road 3 hands and "Wagon 7 da.
.. One Premier Road Machine.
i. feet of Lumber.
ts of Cement.
lary, Janitor 1 week.
Pota'o Plants.
.. Freight?on Road Ccrape.
. Stripes coats & Hdw. for C. G.
:ripes and shirts for Convicts.
pense handling Rohan Chiles.
.. Bill from Dec. 1921 through April
s in Orphanage.
i trees for Bridge.
ah Mrlsp. and Hdware.
pieces of Lumber.
,. Frt. on parts for scrape.
:k on Roads.
2 feet of Lumber.
lary, Janitor 1 week.
.. Convict Clothes.
mshels of corn.
ary for May, Guard.
>ar dof Equalization Dist. No. 38.
ard of Equalization Dist. No. 38.
lary, Janitor 1 week.
Salary Foreman, May.
ary, Guard, May.
i-ight on Convict Stripes,
.t to June 1st 1922
ry, May.
alary, May.
y, May.
rv. Ma v.
r, May.
alary, May.
r, May.
y May.
Salary, May.
lary. May.
ary, May.
7 May.
.. Sal and Exp. for May.
/, May.
fashing for prisoners.
sting prisoners for May.
Salary and Expenses for May.
.lary, Janitor 1 week.
feet of Lumber,
of Equalization.
y Case.
r Shoes.
shels of Meal.
ork on Road.
ipany .. Medicine and Drugs.
smith Work for Chain Gang,
n. .. Merchandise and Supplies,
chandise and Supplies.
eries and Supplies.
5tares .. Overalls for C. Farm.
. Gas and Oi! for Chain Gang.
Gas and Oil for Sheriff's Car May.
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or
SCO set the
for 30 x 3]
originated t
last Fall.
USCO tc
mark with'a new and gi
USCO improved in man
For instance, a thick
surer hold on the road?I
adding strength and life
And the price is $1(
tax absorbed by the maj
Men have always 1
USCO for the bigg
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X
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s
s
s
?i
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money s worth, on tne i
They always get a b
tire money's worth th
they expect*
Comrirftt
1922
U.S. Tire Co.
c?V
Ta
Sry77i>/v7r/,#y7
Where You
Can Buy
U. S. Tires:
E. F. J
H. S. C.
SHER
467 67.60 Miller and Evans .. I
468
2.25
W. A. Lee .. Lime for
469
225.43
Est. S. J. Link .. Me
470
52.28
Southern Cotton Oil C
471
17.02
B. T. Cichi an Co. ..
472
12.75
D. Polikoff . Dry Go
473
226.35
A. M. Smith and Sons
474
6.50
Press and Banner ..
475
129.49 L. W. White Co. .. Men
476
3.00
Parke/ and Reese .. !
477
44.00
Medium Publishing Cc
478
6.25
Abb Telephone Co. ..
479
25.68
Abb. Water & Electric
480
9.55
Astin Perrin Drug Co
481 v 7.50 W. A. Calvert and Son
482 " 11,(J0 Abb. Ice and Fuel C<
483 * 137.C4 City Garage .. Gas, 0
484 ' 2.05 E. H. Richey .. Meat
485 : 100.95 J. A. Smith, Jr., .. G:
486 25.10 P. D. Speed .. Drugs
487 39.54 E. F. Arnold .. Gas ai
488 1 19.33 E. F. Arnold .. Gas a
489 2.95 James Klugh .. Gas t
490 . 58.26 G. W. Milford .. Gas
' i5?.55 J. C. Marby .. 2,382
1? . ,
492 75.75 Jim Rampey .. One \
493 2.25 J. G. Mann* .. Mercha
494 10.00 Mrs. Mary V. McCwrr:
495 10.00 Dr. C. C. Gambrell At
496 3.04 ,Ed Pullin .. S8 fence
497 44.00 F. B. McLane .. Exp
498 5.00 Harris Patton .. Sah
499 17.92 Arthur Newell .. Cabl
500 1792 J. H. Cromer .. 717 fe<
501 15.90 W. J. E. Ccott .. Mer
502 12.60 W. D. Eeauford .. 720
503 6.98 W. A. Xeal and Sons
504 11.25 O. L. Ellenbnrg . 50C
505 3.55 F. B. McLane .. Telei
506 388.16 M. J. Miller Secy .. P
508 15.00 Haddon Wilson Co. ..
=A7 9 05 TV AT Tlpattv .. Auto
509 6 89 J. H. AVhaley .. Frt.
510 1.00 J. T. Stokes .. Haulin
511 5.00 Harris Patton .. Salary
512 1.41 C. D. Brown .. Expre
513 21.00 W. L. Dawson .. Pota
514 20.84 J. M. Nicklss .. Salai
515 21.45 W. T. King .. Lumbe:
516 9.60 J. H. William? .. Boa
517 9.95 Standard Oil Co. .. Gi
518 45.UU J. T. women .. ottia
519 " 5.00 Harris Patton .. Sal
520 122.50 F. B. McLane .. Payn
,521 1.50 Andrew Clemick .. E
522 11.28 Gus Searles .. Lumbei
523 63.16 Mrs Alma Gibbons ..
514 7.00 National Bank .. Dra
{525 ,6,126.39 Farmers Bank .. Not<
526 1,163.10 Jury Claims .. Claims
527 2.31 J. H. Wbaley .. Freig]
528 18.72 National Office and St
629 20.22 J. S. Sargent .. Office
530 516.70 Jury Claims .. Claim
$28,973.90 Total paid dit throug!
K p e c t e d
xlusco"
ier, Longer Wearing
*9? No Tax added
i Sale Now
high value mark
/l tires when it
he $10.90 price
)day betters that
reater USCO?an
y important ways.
United States 1
United States ? Rubber Co
-JWK5
ARNOLD, Abbeville, S. C.
AMP, Due West. S. C.
ARD BROTHERS, Abbeville, S. C.
Merchandise and Supplies.
Jail.
rehandise and Supplies for C. G.
0. ..Meals and Hulls for C. Farm.
Groceries for Chain Gang.
ods for C. Farm.
.. Groveries and Supplies forC. G.
Printing and Stationary.
:handise for C. Gang.
L Pair Overalls.
1. .. Printing and Stationary .
Telephone Rent.
Plant .. Wader & Lights for May.
. .. Drugs and Medicines.
s. .. Cots and Pads.
>. .. Ice Book.
il anr Repairs for C. Gang.
for C. Farm.
roceries for Chain Gang,
and Mfedicine.
ad Oil for Chain Gang.
nd Oil for Sheriff Car, May.
md Oil.
and Oil and Merchandise for .C G.
feet of Lumber.
yagon , ? ,
ndise for Chain Gang.
f .. Pension for April and May.
tending Jess Valentine.
posts.
enses two Lunacy Cases,
iry, Janitor 1 week.
bage for Chain Gang.
st of Lumber.
chandise and Supplies for C. Farm,
feet of Lumber.
.. Mil for Chattanooga Plows.
I feet of Lumber.
)hone Calls of Sheriff.
remium on Ius. Policy for C. House.
Comforts and Blanketts for Jail.
Supplies, 1921.
on Disinfectants.
g Rocks on Rood.
, Janitor one week.
ss on Stripes.
toes for Chain Gang.
y Attorney April and May.
r.
rd of Equalization.
rease for Chain Gang.
ry, J/jne.
ary for Janitor one week.
lent in full for Automobile.
onation to get ex.convict home.
Salary and Expenses for June,
ft, Exps. apprehnding Sam Walker,
j and Interest.
i Pafd by Court
ht on Oil.
tDDly Co. .. Office Material.
CURES M
FEVER, 1
FEVER. I
Supplies.
paid by Court
li June 30, 1922.
In 1921
coal dropp
production
The
CNew&
Better
le to plant Bountiful or
beans until September 1.
vinter celery during the'
t of July or early August
, well developed plants ?f
Pascal, Winter Queen or
varieties. Set the plants .
apart in rows 6 feet vride.
ling up or blanching process
it be begun until Jaie oej?
\
ga turnips should be plailt
; the last two weeks of July ,
rst week in August. He
Milan, and other varie
is type should be planted ia
r, as well as Seven-Top tup
salad purposes. v
or winter use should be
he first half of September
rian Curled is one of ?fae
jties.
cond or late crop o! Irish
should he planted before'
, preferably about July 20
he Lookout Mountain ??
onsidered best for this late
?ansy seed during late July
August and transplant tie
the beds in late October oar
ember.
the time to make plans for
orchards and vineyard*,
i varieties preferred and
rhere they may be obtained.
r that fall planting of trees
uth is much better thaui
nting.
imson clover as a conrcr
le orchard during Septen*
7 pounds of cleaned seefi
inds of uncleaned seed per i
al fraternity in Enelaudl
inwritten law that a mm
to the rank of king's cooon
rovide his clerk with a new
and an immaculate silk
66~6
ALARIA, CHILLS AH?
DENGUE OR BILIOUS
T KILLS THE GERMS.
the world's production ef
>ed back to the levil
in 1909.

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