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The News and Herald.
WLNNSBORO, S. C.
P. M. DEES
Editor and Publisher
jtered in the post office at Winns.
boro, S. C., as second class mail mat
ter.
FARM DEMONSTRATION NOTES.
Now is the time to begin fatten
ting your hogs. If you have no
crops such as peas, velvet beans, etc.,
to turn your hogs on, don't try to
fatten them on corn alone, as it is
too. expensive to fatten hogs on corn
alone. Cheap gains can be made by
feeding one pourid of tankage to
about eight pounds of corn. Your
county agent will be glad to - tell
you where you can get tankage.
You should keep a mineral mix
ture before your hogs at til times.
The following is a good mixture to:
keep before your hoz.
Charcoal, one bushel, ashes one
bushel, salt eight pounds, air slaked
lime four pounds, sulphur four:
pounds, and copperas two pounds.
Mix the lime, salt, and sulphur thor
oughly and then mix with the char-*
colti and ashes. Dissolve the cop
peras ir one quart of warm watcr
and sprinkle over the -whole mass,
miing thoroughly.
When you get a good rain sow
your crimson clover and alfalfa sure,
so that these plants will get a good
start before cold weather. Also sow
oats and vetch and rye. just as soon
as possible.
If you are going to have some
cows to milk this winter and spring
from wnich you expect to seil cream
don't forget to plant some grazing
crops for winter and spring. Also
be sure and try to have a nice crop
of oats and vetch to cut for hay iiext
May and also some Fulghum oats
and crimson clover. Remember that
a milk cow likes nothng better than
alfalfa, so try to have some alfalfa
on your farm just as soon as you can,
Let's make up our minds now that,
we are not going to depend on cot
ton elone any longer, but that we
will live at home and also get some
cash from our milk cows, hogs and
chicken.a.
COTTON . E TIVE MAR
KETING.
Columbia,, Sept. 19.-Campaigns
for the signatures to cotton co-op
erative marketing contracts have
been launched in Greenville, Sumter
and Dillon counties and will -be
launched at an early date in Ander
son and Darlington counties. Goodl
progress is being made in the first
three counties. There is great en
thusiasm reported to have been
aroused by the visit last week of
Carl Williams, .of Oklahoma, pres
ident of the American Cotton Grow
ers Exchange.
In Sumter L. D. Jennings has been,
chosen county chairman. Following
Mr. Williams' speech at Sumter
last Friday afternoon, Mr. Jennings
made a strong speech in support of
the movement and a meeting of the
farmers present unanimously chose
him to head the drive in that county.'
State Senator - P. L Bethea will
bead the drive in Dillon county.
Mr. Bethda is a member of the or
ganization committee of the South
Carolina Cotton Growers' Co-oper
-ative Association and is enthusias
tic over the movement.
In Greenvilie county, a toss of
the coin decided that J. L. Cannada
sho~uld have the privilege of being
the first Greenville farmer to sign
the contract. Following the speech.
of Mr. Williams at that pjace sev
eral farmers rushed up to sig'n. It'
was decided to flip a coin to see
whether Mr. Cannada or J. W. Lit
tie, his closest competitor should be
the first. Mr. Cannada wdn.
Mothers, when sonny needs a good
suit trot him around to The Propst
Co. and let them give him a fit.
They know the kind of togs that
strong, red-blooded boys need,
CATHOLIC BO0KS
Sent free on appleation. Get
your information first hand.
Juestions answered by mail.
Vrite to
1EV. W. A. TOBIN
.P. 0. Box 202
ROCK HILL. S. C.
FOR SALE--1,000 bushels pure Ful
ghum oats, absolutely free from
foreign seed. Also 2,000 bales o'
oat straw.
REPORT BOARD CONTY COM
MISSIONERS
For Quarter Ending June 30th,
1921.
Balance on hand last report
..................$28,747.07
Reported by Treasurer .. 13,935.61
Total ...... ............$42,682.68
Expended ...... ........ 23,307.38
....................$19,375.30
SALARIES.
M. C. Boulware .......495 $125.00
9M. C. Boulware......572 125.00
M. C. Boulware .......676 125.00
J. B. Burley.. ......367 55.55
J. B. Burley ..........496 55.55
T M. Jordan ..........568 50.00
T. M. Jordan ........657 50.00
J. M. Jordan ........657 50.00
A. Lee Scruggs ......366 55.55
A. Lee Scruggs ......497 55.55
A. Lee Scruggs.......575 55.55
JLmes Macfie .........505 100.00
James Macfie .........523 100.00
James Macfie .........677 100.001
W. J. Seigler .........503 75.00
W. J. Seigler .........574 75.00
W. J. Seigler .........678 75.00
J. L. Brice ...........502 66.66
J. L. Brice ...........575 66.66
J. L. Brice ...........675 66.66
W. L. Holley ..........504 58.33
W. L. Holley ..........576 58.33
W. L. Holley..........679 58.33
J. W. Lyles ..........680 100.00
J. H. Gibson ..........681 37.50
STATE HEALTH DEPARTMENT.
State Health Dep't.....546 $750.00
State Health Dep't ...583 775.00
FARM DEMONSTRATION
R. H. Lemmon ........551 $ 83.33
R. H. Lemmon ........584 83.33
R. H. Lemmon ........693 83.33
Ordinaryvbgkqj srhdul4.... ....-k
ORDINARY TAX.
Mer. & Planters Bank 582 $7,000.00
Mer. & Planters Bank 663 587.851
HOME DEMONSTRATION'
Mrs. E. M. Clowney ...581 $ 25.00
Mrs. E. M. Clowney ...689 25.00
BOARD COUNTY COM'ISSIONERSI
G. M. Ladd ..........390 $ 62.49
B. F Crowder ........501 50.00
T. C. Leitner..........567 20.00
J. L. Higgins .........604 65.00
B F -CAIer 5......610 60.00
' S0OARD OF EQUALIZATION.
T. E. Smith ............476 $. 6.00
J. B. Burley ..........477 100.00
W. T. Glenn .........492 9.80[
J. B. Burley ..........560 85.80
Levi Mattox ...........650' 2.00
C. D. Tidwell.. ....651 2.00
MAGISTRATES & CONSTABLES.i
J. L. Higgins .........358 $ 25.00'
J. E. Higgins .........359 37.50
B. S. Bankhead .......360 25.00
W. M. Benkhead...360 25.00
0. C. Cauthen.......370 25.00
R. C. Stevenson......371 25.00
J. E. Stevenson....372 25.001
C. A. Dye ...........373 25.00
W. H. Davis.........374 25.00
A. W. Matthewson C . . .3M U 25.00
R. C. Stewart.......376 25.00
A. W. Brice.........377 25.00
Roy A. Lewis........378 25.0
C. B. Taylor .........427 25.00
J. W. Richardson...428 25.00'
A. P. Irby ........429 25.00$
W. J. Seigler........467 25.00
J. D. Blair ..........468 2k.00
C. W. Blair ..........469 25.00
K W. Mason........471 25.00
T. W. Lewis.........475 37.50
J. W. Glenn.........443 25.00
F. M. Cathcart.......478 50.00!
R C Spives.........482 50.00
E. A. Sessions.......483 37.50;
Mrs. A. B. Douglass ... 491 16.10
JAIL EXPENSES.
James ,Macfie........420 $ 76.00
Douglass & Douglass . .421 1.50
Board Public Works ... 422 9.5'
Board Public Works . . .629 6.25;
W. R. Rabb.........630 3.05;
Board Public Works ... 631 9.37
J. J. Creight, agent ... 648 7.88
COURT EXPENSES.
s. P' Thomas.-..-.... ..431 $ 10.30!
Mer.'& Planters Bank 742 15.00
The Winnsboro Bank . .484 3.90
Mer. & Planters Barik . 647 . 28.901
The Winnsboro Bank . .649 46.60
Mer. & Planters Bank .453 40.35
The Winsboro Bank ., .654 65.80~
The Winnsboro Bank . .656 6.00
The Winhsboro Bank . .666 '1.50
Mer. & Planters Bank .667 3.00
J. T. Dobson.........664. 17.001
Bank of Ridgeway . .... 659 8.60
POST MORTEM & LUNTACY
W. L. Holly.........423. -$.20.00
Douglass & Douglass . .424 15.00
James Macfie ....;....-426 35.30
C. T. McCants.......536 ~6.001
C. M. McMullen......537' 2.00;
A. M. Estes ..........538-~1.
C M. McMullen '. ..... .539. 2.001
Wi L. Holly ............54(i 10.00[
W. L. Holly ........-624 20.00
PUBLIC BL'DG'S & . INgURANCE.
Board Public Works ....430 -(46
Crwfr & Burley . .. .441 li. 5
Winns* Ins. & Rlt'y'Co 534 67.50:
J. M. Jennings.......535 22.00
H. T. Brazell.........45 20.00~
D. A. Crawford. ....26- 23.5.0
W. H. Willingham ..... 628 1.20
Sinking Fund Comm'sn 645 162.89
PRINTING AND STATIONERY.
News and Herald .....432 $ 29.00
H. B. Crowson ........433 15.75
H. B. Crowson ........541 3.50
Pound & Moore Co .... 542 5.00
Walker, Evans Cogswell Co
........ ........ ...543 53.43
Remington Type. Co ... 544 10.00
Walker, Evans, Cogswell Co.
...... ...... .......548 7.82
Walker Evans, Cogswell Co.
. ...... ..... ...58 ',81.30
Carolina Office Sup. Co 589 1.55
Walker, Evans, Cogswell Co.
...................590 1.35
H. B, Crowson ..,.....591 13.50
Walker, Evans, Cogswell Co.
........ ...... .....592 1.74
Walker, Evans, Cogswell Co
.................593 588.84
J. L. Brice ...........660 5.00
DISTRICT NO. 1.
B. F. Crowder ........388 $ 2.50
G. W. Widener ........389 5.00
W. H Davis ..........392 3.50
H. C. Green ..........393 61.67
Isaac Means ..........404 18.00
W. C. James .........405 49.25
J W Camak ........406 18.00
C. A. Crosby .........407 133.00
John Hawkins .........408 25.00
J. T. Varnadore .......410 20.80
Robert Dixon .........461 5.00
Nick Hayes .........460 60.00
E. D. Jenkins .........576 8.50
F. M. Gladney ........517 13.05.
J. L. Dickey ..........518 23.60
J. F. McMaster .......519 9.501
Y. G. Lewis ..........520 18.00
J. H. Propst ..........521 7.00
Geo. Widener .......,.522 41.00
Tom Matry ...........523 43.00
M. H. Stevenson ......524 12.00
P. C. Turner ..........525 6.00
John Clinton ..........526 29.00
Y. G Lewis ...........552 2.00
A. G. Duglass ........553 66.00
J. B. Stewart .........609 125.00
Jim Piery ............610 104.00
Ed Suber .............611 25.00
M B. Martin ..........612 10.00
J. B. Stewart .........613 125.00
Tom Matry ...........614 52.00
George Widener ......616 44.00
J. S. Stone ...........617 31.38
Fannie Feaster ........618 10.00
Jobn Hawkins ......... 635 ..:
.636 6.00
W. S. Reid .......... 637 15.00
Peoples Cash Co ......638 5.00
John Holmes ..........639 26.00
Ed Suber .............640 25.00
DISTRICT NO. 2.
J. 4. Jones ..........391 $ 57.50
Bun Williams ........447 5.00
J. M. Steele ...........448 2.00
D. C. Ruff ...........449 7.00
T. C. Leitner ......... 450 - 11.00
T. W. Mann ..........451 10.00
M. B. Clark.........452 22.00
Jim Mendenihal1......453 4.00
C.. K McGill.........454 10.00
George Goins........455 5.00
Abe Lumpkin........45& 15.09
W. J. Bundrick......457 -13.00
Phil- Thompson.......458 7.50
A. J. Crawford.......459 60.00
L.. S. Mann.........444 11.00
Cunningham Peay ... 42 14.00
J P. Young.........463 7.50
Isaac Gill ...........4'6 35.00
Sylvester Gill.......465 34.00
F. M. Sistrunk.......785 63.00
DISTRICT NO. 3.
'ames Barker........411 $ 5.00
Jeme Gladden ........412 7.50
Ernest Gladden. .......413 131.25
James McDonald... 414 .40.00
S. C. Cathcart.......527 3.75
S. J. Gladden .........528 17.00
Fairfield Motor Co .... 602 71.60
W. S.. Keistler ........603 80.40
B. S Bankhead.......619 12.00
J. W. Burns --..--..-.-.620 15.00
R. B. Kinstler .. ---....634 100.00
DISTRICT NO. 4.
W B. Kennedy .......415 102.50
The Thomas Company .416 227.20
Robert Marshall......417 16.00
L. M. Boulware. . ... ..418 11.00
L~ M. Boulware......419 4.60
r. V. Parks ..........442 4.00
A~ustin-Western Co. .... 529 21.45
Thomas Company ... 530 -199.05
W. B. Kennedy ...531 292.80
The Thomas Contpany .632 206.21
Robert Marshall. .. ... .633 - '3.50
CROSS ROADS.
T. J. .Douglass ........369 $100.00
Standard Oil Co ...,..379 16.58
J B. Stewart........385 125.00
W. K. Dye ...........386 60.00
Jim . Perry ...........387* 60.00
Henderson Bros......394. 4%13.
Fairfield Motor Co ... 396 64.80
W. R. Rabb & Co.397'..39 11.30
Douglass & Douglass . .3.8S 1O0,00
DesPortes Mer. Co .... 389 . 5.50
Highway -Iron'Prod. Co.401 58.50
J K .-Stevnson. . .....402 - 10.00
C~athcar-t &. Wylie ....:.403 152:16i
A. ;J:..Jinnant ,.. .. .. ..445.~ 9.0
F. Yarborougb... 446 144.21
T J. Douglass ........464 33.50~
Standard.il C6 ..6 18
S4indard Oir Co ... .--.-479' *7.90
The Winnsboro 'Bank 48 :270fl78
J.- .J: C*eght, agent . 41 ~50.45
G. B. McMaster......486 13.69
Stanard .Oil Co v. ..-.. .4$7. 17.90
otton Insurance 1
I am in position to write insur
ance on cotton anywhere,
either in seed, in ginnery, or
in storage. *
Lowest rates possible
Prompt delivery of policy
"Some Agenciesinsure here and there,
Y "My Companies insure everywhere."
D. A. Crawford
Next door to Western Union 4
For
First-C lass
Plumbing.
Call on
E. F. BRICE
At Haynes' Store
All work done promptly
Columbia Lumber Manufacturing Conipadiy
Manufacturers of
Sash, Doors and Blinds, Interior Finish, Pine/C
press and Oak, Flooring Ceiling, Weatherfoard
ing, Moulding Door and Window Frames
Columbia SouthrCarolina
S "AFTER
EUERY
ar coated
- flavored sugar iacket around
'P6Permint flavored chewing gum
- that will aid your aPitt; and diges
- tion. Polish yoUr - teeth and moiste60
- our throat. B122
THE FLAVOR LAST
The Winnsboro Bank ...489 260.36
Standard Oil Co. ......494 14.58
G. B. McMaster .......499 5.00
G. B. McMaster ...... 500 36.08
G. W. Wolling & Co . . 506 3.90
E L. Willingham . .... 507 485
T. J. -Douglass ....... 508 13.50
A. J. Hinnant .........5e9 8.00
J. E. McConnell ......510 20.00
State Highway Com. ..511 4.50
Ernest Gladden. ......512 5495
J. S. Brown ..........513 24.00
W. A Neal & S6n . 514 126.60
T. J.- Douglass .......515 60.00
T C. Leitner .........549 8.00
Standard Oil Co. ......550 1863
W A Abrams .........554 41.90
Standard Ot Co. ......555 16.03
Standard Oil Co. .....556 23.68
G. B. McMaster .......557 4.79
Standerd Oil Co. .....559 16.03
Arthur Resbow. .....562 3.00
Standard Oil Co. .....564 16.03
Standard Oil Co. ......566 16.32
G B. McMaster .......569 4.54
G. B. McMaster .......570 4.56
Standard Oil Co. ......571 15.03
Ballard Brooks. ......585 14.00
Purvis Trapp ..........586 1.50
Standard Oil Co. .....587 18.53
Galion Iron Works Co. .597 3,970.44
F. M. Clark ..........598 20.75
A. J. Hinnant .........599 8.00
W. A. Abram .........600 40.00
Peoples Cash' Co.......601 7.15
I. J. Woody ...........60. 5.00
A. M. McMeekin ......606 5.00
W. P. Castles .........607 2.00
R. W Matthews .....608 19.50
Johr Dixon ...........621 1.25
C. B. Rabb ...........622 17.00
W. M. Gladden .......623 50.00
T. J. Douglass ........641 11.50
T J. Douglass ......... cmfwy ..
G. B. McMaster ......643 18.99
Standard Oil Co. .....646 12.93
Standard Oil Co. ......658 19.90
R. Y. Turner ........ 661 93.56
R. Y. Tirner .........662 10.00
M. C. Boulware,
Supervisor.
T. M. Jordan, Clerk.
WANTED-Operator for day work.
Apply at telephone office.
STORE ROOM FOR RENT-Apply
to News and Herald.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that orig
inal certificate,' No. 43, of two shares
of stock of the Fairfield Agricultural
Society, dated Jap. 3, 1914, issued to
M. C. Boulware, has been lost or
destroyed 'and that the undersigned
will apply to said society for a new
certificate on the 1st day of October,
1921..
M. C. BOULWARE.
We have
This week
N. C.dried apples
Cream of Wheat
Fresh Oat Flakes
A. B. Cathcart
The new sua
which everYbodY
likes-you will.

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