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An ordinance to ameAd an ordinance entitled "An ordinance
providing a license tax to be paid by persons doing business in
the Town of Vinnsboro."
Be it ordained by the Town Council of the Tbwn of Winns
boro, that an ordinance entitled "An ordinance providing license
tax to be paid by persons doing business in the town of Winns
boro" be and the same is hereby amended so as to read as fol
lows:
Section 1: That no person, firm or corporation shall engage
in, proiecute or carry on any trade, business, occupation or pro
* fession hereinafter mentioned within the corporate limits of the
Town of Winnsboro without having first paid a special license tax
therefor, as follows, to wit:
AGENTS AND AGENCIES.
Agents and dealers in coal, other than brokers, per.year.........$10.00
Agents or dealers in hides, tallow, fur, etc., per year .......... 5.00
Agents or dealers in enlarging pictures, per day........ ......... 5.00
Agents or dealers for laundries, per year.......................... ......... 5.00
COMPANIES AND CORPORATIONS.
Auto repair shops ............... . ........$ 25.00
A uctioneers, per year ................ ... ................................................. ............. 5.00
Auction sale of livestock brought from outside the coun
ty ...................-. --.---.-----------------------------.. .. ----... ....$5.00 to 100.00
Ball (public) each, (given for profit) ..............................$5.00 to 100.00
Banks, savings and investment companies, on every
$1,000 paid in capital, surplus and undivided prof
it ....................... ... ....50c per thousand
Barber shops, per chair per year ......................... 7.50
Blacksmith shops, per year ...................... 10.00
Bowling alleys, per year .............................. 25.00
Brokers, with capitalof $500 or less, per year............................... 10.00
Brokers with capital over $500, per year .............. 15.00
Bottling plants, and agents for non-resident plants ............ 15.00
Bill posters ..... ... .-----.--------. ------.... ............................... 5.00
Bakers or agents, per year.-.-.-..-.----10.00
Cotton Seed Oil Mills and Ginneries ............. .... 75.00
Chiropodists, per day . ....................... ..... 2.00
Circus, per day - - - - $15 to 100.00
Clothes cleaners, per year ........................ 10.00
Contractors, nonqresident, per year ....... ..........25.00
Cotton warehouses ,storing 300 bales or less, per year ... 15.00
Cotton warehouses, storing 300 bales and less than 500
per year ..........------ -..........-- -- -- 20.00
Cotton warehouses, storing 500 bales or more, per year.......... 30.00
Dealers in ice, alone, per year .............. . --. ...-...... 5 .00
Dealers in automobiles ...........- ............--........ 5.00
Dealers in fertilizers, retail or wholesale, other than
merchants . - -.-0...................... . ..... 15.00
Dealers in junk, per year....................... 20.00
Dealers in patent rights, per year ....... ------.-..... . 15.00
Dealers in pianos and organs, (transient) per year................ .25.00
, per year ..............-------------- 15.00
Dealers or contractors in electric supplies or wiring........ . 10.00
Express companies, each, for business done exclusively
NOTICE OF ENROLLMENT OF Horeb--The Club secretary and J.
DEMOCRATIC VOTERS. M. Steele and P. B. Roberts.
________Jackson Creek-The Club secretary
Notice is hereby given that the and J. Y. Turner and Turner Pope.
books for the enrollment of the dem- Jenkinsville-The Club secretary and
ocratic voters in Fairfield county have W. B. Yarborougn and J. F. Yar
been placed in the hands of the sec- borough.
retaries, or Enrollment Committees, Longtown-The Club secretary and
of the respective Clubs of the Coun- A. W. -Matheson and T. H. Jones.
ty, and that all voters in the county Mitford-The Club Secretary and
who dlesire to vote in the ensuing R. B. Keistler and! w. S. Neistler.
Primary Election, must enroll their Monticello-The Club secretary and
names on saidl enrollment books, in Albert McMeekin and Clarke McGill.
ac prdlance with the Rules of the Mossy Dale-The Club secretary
Democratic party of this state. Iand H. H. Mann and Mrs. C. H. Leit
Each applicant for enrollment shall ner.
in person write upon the enrollment jNew Hope-The Club secretary and
book his or her full name, age, occu- IC. J. Stevenson and Y. G. Lewis.
pation and post office address. If the Ridgeway-The Club secretary andl
name be illegible, the secretary shall S. P. Thomas and J. Blake Boyd.
write the name beneath the signature Shelton-The Clrb secretary and J.
of the applicant. In the event of IG. Wolling, Jr., and W. B. Wright, Jr.
the inability of the applicant to write Simpson-TE Club secretary and
his or her name, he or she may make C. B. Taylor and T. H. Richardson.
his or her mark on the roll, which V#ateree-The Club secretary and
shall be witnessed by the secretary, Rev. J. P. Isenho.wer and Claude Glad
or other person having charge there- dlen.
of, and the secretary shall fill in the Winnsboro-The Club secretary and
other requirements. IT. M. Jordan and Mrs. A. Lee Scruggs
The books of enrollment shall be Winnsboro Mills-The Club secre
closed on the last Tuesday in July, tary and G. H. Lokey andl Rev. Geo.
Bwhich shall be the last day of enroll- C. Gibson.
ment, andl thereafter no names shall White Oak-The Club secretary.
be added to said roll, except by au- andl T. D. Moore and Mrs. M. W. Pat.
thority of the County Democratic Ex- rick.
ecutive Committee, as provided for in Woodward-The Club secretary and
the Rules. Within three days after J. L. Brice and Robert Mcllroy.
the closing of the Enrollment books, The attention of the enrollmen
each Club secretary shall transmit conximittees is called to the fact thai
the original roll to the County Chair- democratic ladies of the county are
man at Winnsboro. entitled to enroll their names on the
Each applicant for enrollment shall Club rolls if they so desire, but they
enroll his name on the roll of the need not be required to state their
Club nearest to his place of residence, ages, except that they are of the age
and no person shall be permitted to of twenty-one or more years, or wil
vote in the primary election whose be of that age prior to .he day of the
name has not been enrolled as herein next general election.
providedl, nor at any po!!in.t place The County Chairman particularly
except that of the Club in which he desires to urge all proposed voters in
or she has so enrolled. the ensuing primary election to en
The County Executive Committee roll as promptly as possible, and he
has appointedl the followingr enroll- further calls attention to the fact
ment commli.tees. for the respe':tive that the books close on the LASTI
clbtowt TUESDAY IN JULY, NEXT, :os
Blairs-The Club secretary and W. that unless the voter enrolls on or be.
B. Pearson and J. B. Frazier. Jr. Ifore that date, he or she cannot vote
Centerville-The Club secretary and in the primary election, unless for
Morgan Nelson and B. T. Branham. good cause shown before the County
Feasterville-The Club secretary Democratic Executive Committee. I,
-nmd W. Y. Coleman and S. E. Hill. therefore urge all persons who desire
Greenbrier-The Club secretary and to participate in the primary electior
E. B. Castles and A. M. Blair. to go at once to the enrollment com
Gladden's Grove-The Club secre-! mittee of the club nearest to his or
tary and B. S. Bankhead and R. B. her place or residence and enroll their
Mconad names.
[N PRIVILEGE 1.
within the Town of Winnsboro, but not including any
business done to or from any points within the State
or interstate comurmerce, and includino any business
dont for the Government of the United States, its of
ficers, or agents per year . 100.00
Fairs, hot suppers, dinners, etc., (for profit).. 5.00
Flying ginney, per week ....... ................ . ........... 10.00
Grist m ill ----.--...... --... --. . ...................... ...... 10.00
Horse and mule and live stock sellers and traders, per year 0.00
Health, accident, bonded and life insurance companies
each, per year ..................... ..........25.00
Ice cream factory .... ...........................3.00
Ice cream peddler, perday..........................50
Insurance agent, (transient) not connected with local
agency, per week................................................................... 10.00
Job p rin tin g ................. ........................................... 10.00
Kerosine and gasoline oil company or corporation, per year 100.00
Local photographers, exclusively, per year............................ 5.00
Lawyers or law firms, per year.................... 15.00
Livery, byautos and other motor vehicles, per car per year 10.00
Laundries.. . .....................................00
Lumber dealers, and building material ...............25.00
J o b.prin in g..... ...... ................................................................................. 1 0 .0 0
Monumenhtaorpers,.excluively,.er.year ................... 5.00
Moving pictures, per year yer .................................... ... 10.00
IMerchants, doing business of $5,000, and under, gross
sales per year, based on affidavit as to previous year's
g ro ss sa les ............. ..................................................... ................................ .0 0
Merchants, doing business of $5,000 and under $10,000
gross sales per year ......................................... 20.00
Merchants doing business of over $20,000 and under
$30,000 per year. .................. ..........4........ .... ... ---... --------.. 10.00
Merchants doing business of over $30,000 and under
$40,000 per year .... . .................................................................. 50.00
Merchants doing business of $40,000 to $50,000 per year. 60.00
Merchants doing business over $50,000 gross per year, $60.00 for
first $50,000 and 50c per thgusand or fraction thereof above
this amount.
Meat market, $1.00 per week, o1 per year ............ 35.00
Occulists or opticians, per year .. .......................................... 15.00
Occulists or opticians, (transient) per day ......................................... 5.00
Opera houses, per year .... . ....................... ..10.00
Pool rooms, per table, per year, 5 per cent gross income and 5.00
P h ysicians, per year .......................................:....... ............................ 15.00
Physicians, specialists, per year ........................................... ................... 25.00
Physicians, specialists, (transient), per day .................................... 5.00
Photographers, (foreign), per day ............................................................ 2.00
Paw n shop .... -... -- .---------------------. ... .............................. 25.00
Retail oil and gas station, exclusively ...................................................... 10.00
Restaurants, per year ...................... 10.00
Railroad companies or corporations, each, for business
done exclusively within the town of Winnsboro, but not
including any business done to or from any points
without the state or interstate commerce, and not in
cluding any business done for the Gaernment of the - .
United States, its officers or agents, per year ..................... 50.00
The candidates for State offices ment of principal may be made at
will address the voters of this county any time under regulations issued by
at the Court House, Winnsboi-o, S. C., the Farm Loan Board. The borrower
on the 3rd day of August next and through this bank is responsible alone
it is hoped that as many voters as for his own debt. There are no com
pssible may be present on that oc- missions that may be disharged und(er
casion. the law, nor are there renewals.
- J. E. McDONALD, "I have become connected with this
1:3-14. County Chairman. institution because of the financial
strength of the men back of it,...nota
LAND BANK ANNOUNCEMENT. ly among which are J. Pope Mathews,
________President of the Palmetto National
We are glad to announce that The Bank, Columbia, S. C., W. B. Drake,
First Carolinas Joint Stock Land Jr., President of the Merchants Nat
Bank, with former Congressman Lev- ional Bank, Raleigh, N. C.; A. WV. Mc.
er, until recently a member of the Lean, wealthy planter and banker of
Federal Farm Loan Board, as Presi- North Carolina; Thomas and Lump
lent, and with offices at Columbia, kin, outstanding lawyers of the State;
S. C., is to do business in this County. and Mr. Lever, President, whose act~
This fact became known when it was tivities in behalf of agriculture for
learned that WV. D. Douglas,Esq., had twenty years are kno.wn to every one.
become connected with this institut- 1 fell confident that this institution is
ion as abstract attorney, and for the going to serve a most useful purpose
time being as its local representative in helping the farmers of this County
in the County. When asked for a to pay off on the instalment plan the
statement as to methods of operation 1losses suffered mn the recent depress
andl terms of loan Mr.'WV. D. Douglas, ion. 1The Dederal Land Bank and this
saidl: Bank are acting in the closest harm
"The First Carolinas Joint Stock' ony to take care of all the needs of
Land Bank is charteredl undler the agriculture in the County."
Federal Farm Loan Act and is operat
el under the same Federal supervis- GREAT SYSTEM OF HIGHWAYS
ion of the Federal Farm Loan Board. PLANNED FOR UNITED STATES,
The present paid in capital stock is.
$250,000 and $25,000 surplus. The A system of highways that will
Bank operates very much along the serve the whole country and will be
same lines as does the Federal Land far superior to any e-ther in the world
Bank of Columbia and under the same is being mapped out by Federal ar'.
supervision. It makes loans only on IState engineers. It is estimated that
improved agricultural lands; it does the system will comprise 180,000 miles
not loan on city property. The pro- of road. The Federal aid be spent or
ceeds of these loans must be applied a connected system of highways con
for general agricultural purposes. sisting of not more than 7 percent o:
The loans are made direct to the bor- ,the road mileage in each State, and
rower, and the borrower is forbidden that this system shall consist of in
to take stock in the Bank. Any per- terstate or primary roads and inter
Ison is eligible for a loan through this cut rscnayras
institution if. in addition to his otherIPrpsdyteshvben e
work he is at the same time actually Icie yteBra fPbi od
farming. o h ntdSae eatet0
"The Bank wvill accept applicationsAgiutrfomalbtehtSts
'for loans from $1,000 to $25,000. Te r lte nalrempo
fift pe cen oftheapprisevaumnedy to codnati onds. th
of the lnd and wentypeicentbo the rodsofadaeate andPublic ad
apprasedinsurble alue of th ul-t lti nsed States countr.nieno
erestrateis sx pe cenpa Able iclte urewa ffials andegh routes
semi-annuallyrto whictis added onegadjusted
Loan cnt amtie oillxc of the Manite States hae aredy adjus
fifty oer acerio of e yarasd valu aed ficuto proordiatio with theg
ofthe words for seen per cent ofnte hras As andjape Stthesytem senc
oficst ad prnhea govrnein.3 Thear int-y Neerskar hoedt al bintereste
seiand ually deto wichsarg ed ney andjusta daln h nrhr
A4XES
Selling and tiaOing live stock, (transient), per day ......... 10.00
Sewing machine repairer, (transient), per day ...........00
Shoe shops, (repairing), per year ............ ......... 10.00
Shooting galleries, per day, $2.00; per year .......... ....... 25.00
Skating rinks, per year ......................... 25.00
Shows, each, per day ... ....................$5.00 to 100.00
Telegraph companies, each, for business done exclusively
within the Town of Winnsboro, but not for any busi
ness done for the Government of the United States, its
officers or agents, per year ........................-. --................................. 25.00
Telephone companies, each for business done exclusively
within the Town of Winnsboro, but not for any busi
ness done for the Government of the United States, its
officers or agents, per year (local) ...................................................... 10.00
L ong distance .50.............................................. .....- . ......----------:-------..... 50.00
Tables, selling goods on the streets other than licensed
merchants in their regular lines, per day..................$5.00 to '5.00
Vulcanizing plant, exclusively .. .......... .---------..... 10.00
V eterinarian ............................................. . ...... ..... :-------------.. ---.. 10.00
Section 2. Any person or persons or agents carrying on or
prosecuting any business or occupation, or running any business
establishment named in section 1, without having first paid their
license tax therein prdvided, shall be required to pay a penalty
of 25 per cent of their license tax after July 15th to August
1st; 50 per cent penalty from August 1st to Septeinber 1st, or
be imprisoned not -less than one or more than thirty days for
each and every day' business is carried on after September 1st
without payment of both the license tax and penalty.
Section 3. All business not specifically named in this ordi
I nance shall be referred to the license committee and they shall
fix a license on such business as they think wise and proper.
Section 4. Council shall take such measures for the collec
tion of the taxes herein imposed as allowed by law.
Section 5. The license herein imposed and provided for shall
be for a period of one year, dated from the first day of July of
each year; and it shall be the duty of the-lerk of Council to
see that these licenses be paid, and to promptly report all failures
to do so to the Council.
Section 6. Council for sufficient cause may revoke any license
granted under this ordinance.
Section I. Any application for license under this ordinance
may be refused by the Mayor or Council.
Section 8. That this ordinance shall go into effect immediate
ly upon the publication hereof, and all persons, or firms, or cor
porations, or their agents, not conforming to its requirements
shall be liable to the 'penalties herein imposed from and after this
date.
Done in Council this 12th day of June, A. D. 1922, and with
the corporate seal of the Town affixed.
C. A. ROBINSON, Mayor.
boundary. It was learned, however, Winthrop College,
that South Dakota would follow with Rock Hill, S. C. June 12. 1922.
a system that would fit like pictures Dear Homefolks,
on tev blocks. Since the Federal I will write you all a
highway act of last November became letter and tell you what a good time
a law, only roads certain to be on the we are having. First of all I want
system have been approved for con- to tell you what I came here for. I
strucion.came here for a short course. I think
struction.__________ Winthrop College is a grand place to
LETTERS FROM1 OUR GIRLS go to school. I am learning about
AT SUMMER SCHOOL. judging poultry, canned products, and
lots of other things.
Winthrop College, But I will tell you about some other
Rock Hill, S.C. June 12 1922. things ,we all will take lots back
Dea Hoefokshome, when we go bace.- We wil: be
DearHomeolkI wish it was so, I able to help our mothers in canning
could write each of you, to let you and cooking. I want to come to col
know what a wonderful time, I arft lege up here when I fimish hgh
having up here. but, you all know that school. I wish all of you could come
it is impossible, so I am writing to up here. Wihovtoeryd,
all of you.AgeTunr
First of all ,I must tell you aboutAgeTuer
Winthrop College. It is the nicest
place, I have ever been to, and if you SC A W
all ever have the pleasure of coming VIULL
up here once, you will enjoy it so
much, until when yo'u go home you Rsod Isaty t
will feel that Winthrop is your home. SotTeteto 4i
Everybody is so nice to us, and Dr.
Johnson is just wonderful. I wis h ortns ayTehr
it was so you all could just hearr him
talk to us.
We feel just like Winthrop students.
We have classes, and have a regular
time to do everythir.g.
We are having lessons in sewing,
cooking, health, and where we have
our best times are down in the gym
nasium, we have a dear little gymn /
teacher, Down there is erery kindv
of things for amusement, and also the
swimming pool.
I We had an informal party Friday
night. Some of the girls played the
piano; others that could danced, and
talked and later refreshments were Mteyucnsv orefmn
We also had a picture showv Satuir- odidgsinbwltoben
day night. Sunday we were allowed to ferihssongvewytafw
'go to any -church in Rock Hill. doeofD.TrnnsEayeth.
Then we will, have our regular atspis ietnsadg~ua
classes until Thursday evening, which siuat htwr ucl n
will be the last of our Short course.ankiey.Ctisnopaesr
I hope that you at home may have hrfldus aislk tadtk
the pleasure of coming. We are going lqis
to give the ladies club a party Wed- Fofiteyar hsodeial
nesday night.cilshabruhhudesndun
Winthrop College is a fine place, deso noiie etmnasfo
we are allowed to go through any of patcn hscas rrit n
the class rooms, museun', lirr, a ppu-tv t~tes sefcec
itorium or any place we wish to. dob.Iitflsohepoucid
Well i guess I ha' better close,. ordur~ ~l .fn oe ih
couts indestion. bwel troubls nd
dose of Dr.& horo' Eas Teenther.
BetThuie.Esy swe odri opsdo

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