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Should Plant Rye
?s Wheat Substitutes
AM Patriot!? Farmers In Smith Cara
lina Expected by Food Administra
tion to Grow Brand Crop?- Ry?
?wttoc? to South Carolin? ?oil.
Columbia.-With tko prevveot ?r
fe*t demand tor bread crop?, H bo
ooases vho duty of all patriotic farm
ore of So ott* Carolina to prod ooo dur
in? the coming rear all the bread
eropa possible, says the Food Admin
istration. Not only la tho Food Ad
nt i Blair at lon ?rgtng a larger acreage
in wheat, but H lo pointed oat that
rye should likewise be planted on a
larger scale than ever before. It ls
taken for granted that Sooth Caro
lina farmers hare realised, generally
.speaking the necessity of making their
lands produce food crops, and that,
therefore, they will plant at least
enough wheat to provide for thean
.rfalvee, and wherever poeaSble, to help
flt! up the nation's wheat feta
In planting rye also, the Carmor has
aa op pori mw tr to help his country end
himself. Rye is an excellant ? ob ?ti
tulo for wheat, In fact baa almoot
equal value aa a bread ci op. Rye
crews well on nearly all typte of coil
In South Carolina, and requires com
paratively little labor to produce R.
Ii offers financial returns to tho farm
er. R serres as a cover crop during
tho winter, and K may be harvested in
thus to plawt a crop in the apring.
Clemson College experts say that
the Ad>ruzsl is the variety to grow In
Boa th Carolina, and that it will do
better If planted on land that has been
well plowed and harrowed early In the
faH. It will do well, however, lt
planted on corn land lt plowed Into
ouKtration, or better still if planted
with a one-horse drill. Rye does not
reautre heavy fertilization, but lt win
do well to apply from 100 to 200
poonda of acid phosphate and about an
equal amount of cotton seed meal at
the time of planting. It should be
seeded at the rate of 4 to ? pecks per
acre. The time for planting is not as
important as for o*her small grains.
R will probably do best If planted in
October or early November, but lt
may be pisant ed as late as December
sonst,
SOME STARTLING PACTS.
More children dio during the teeth
ing period than consumption kills
annually. The pain and discomfort
that comes with this disease of chil
hood may be avoided. Save doctor
bills and sleepless nights by giving
the sick, crying and restless child a
few doses of Dr. Thornton's Easy
TeeG.er as directed. It tides the .tiny
I folks over the critical period of life
.safely. "Give the baby a chance."
18 doses for 2?c, at all dealers.
Easy Teether Medicine Co., Canon,
G-a.'-Adv.
GROCERY STORES EXPECTED
TO HELP HOUSEWIFE SAVE
Columbia.-By the die piny of fahr
pri?e certificates tn the windows of
' loyal retail grocery ot oree, the pnbtto
win be able to determine what stores
are co-operating In the enormous food
saving program which the wanyhas im
posed and which Amer les ie obligated
te fulfill.
The Food Administration announces
that all retail grocers will be asked
es algn pledges to oonform to the
rodes and regulations, as set forth by
fae Food Administration, and to co
operate fully lo the conaervetkm pro?
aram. The housewife who la saving
m the kitchen and on the dhoing tabla
to help win tho war and to help toad
the civilian populationof the war
strleken countries naturally desiree to
patron bte only such deafer* as ax? de?
las; their share sa the sams direction.
AH dealers who sign the pledge witt
receive direct from the Food Admin
istration attractive oort! fl catea which
are to be posted tn the store window?,
Thw certificates read:
The United) States Food Adminis
tr?t ion.
"Thia certifies that (name to bo in
ssrted) has enlisted an the service of
tko nation and as a dealer ia tho
necessaries of life pledges to abide by
the rules and regulations of the U. S.
Food Administration to give all cus
tomers tho benefit ot fair and moder
ate ?prices, selling the necessaries at
only a reasonable advance over cort
regardless of market conditions, to
discourage and prevent hoarding and
waste, and to cooperate fully in tho
food conservation program tn order
to save food for our people, our armies
and th ono of the allied nations."
The certificate bears the signature
Bf Herbert Hoover.
RETREAT OP GERMANS
INCREASE8 RESPONSIBILITY
Columbia.-Although the allies are
pushing back the Carmans toward tho
Rhine and hare the Hun on tho run
there will be no let up in food con
servation, says the Food Administra?
Hon, Relaxation of conservation ef
fort now would be dangerous. As a
matter of fact, it is pointed out by
Herbert Hoover, in a telegram to Wit
Mam Elliott, federal food administra
tor for South Carolin?, that the re
treat of the Gormans create? a bigger
work for the Food Administration,
sines ike civilian population in the
territory which ls evacuated by the
retreat!** enemy must be fed.
--.? ? ?
Tis) Quinine That Dees Net Affect ti? Heel
Because of ito tonie end laxative effect, LAXA?
ItVlt BROMO OUININR is better than ordinary
asinine and doe? not cause nervousness nor
Haring in head. Remember the full name and
leefe lof the signature ol S. W. o nov?, aoc.
AX NU Ali REPORT
of
R. il. ALEXANDER,
Trensuror of Oco'neo, County, s. c.
To His Honor, ino Presiding Judge
oi" tiio Full Terni of'Couit o? Gene
ral Sessions for Oconoe county:
Schedule of Claims
paid from the School Funds of Oco
nee county for the year commencing
January 1st, 1917. and ending De
cember 3 1 st. 13.1 " :
District No. 1.
218 A O A Talley. . ... . v Od
335 A O A Talley. . .... 32 OG
422 Shellie M Gambroll.. ^> 00
427 A O A Talley. .... JJ J-0
441 Dank of Townvllle.. 151 OJ
510 A O A Talley. ">.-> '?0
551 Shellie M Gambroll.. 25 00
710 J H Anderson. 300 00
Total.% 623 00
District No. a.
24 Cora R Wyly.% 25 00
47 Mary Farmer. 50 00
48 Cora R.Wyly.. . . *1 . 25 00
84 Cora R Wyly. 25 00
192 Mary Farmer. 50 00
200 Cora R Wyly. 25 00
291 Mary iFarmer. 50 On
293 Cora R Wyly. 50 00
421 Mary Farmer. 50 00
426 Cora R Wyly. 50 00
537 T D Grant. 30 00
562 Cora R Wyily. 50 75
563 Mary Farmer. 50 00
627 W D Giles. 10 30
689 T D Grant. 30 00
699 Cora R Wyly. 60 00
704 Mary Farmer. 50 00
Total. . .* 671 05
District No. a.
138 W. G. Craig.$ 30 Oo
139 W. G. Graig. 25 00
190 Maude Darracott. . .. 50 00
191 Douschka Cade.. .. 50 00
no Geo. W. Smith ... 75 O')
292 Maude Darracott. . .. 50 00
SOI Geo. W. Smith .. .. 75 00
439 Maude Darracott . . . 50 00
440 Dauschka Cade .... 50 00
4f> Geo. W. Smith .. .. 7.". 00
52o R. A. Reeves . . . . 12 38
554 Geo. W. Smith .... 79 00
567 Maude Darracott. . 50 00
568 Dauschka Cade .... 2'4 00
582 Dauschka Cado .... 50 u0
653 W. T. Edwards .... 48 94
672 B. S. Herring .... li 94
678 Douschka Cade.. .. 50 00
679 Maude Darracott.... 60 00
680 K. M. Richardson . . 63 73
78 2 Maude Darracott . . . 50 00
,783 Douschka Cade ... 50 00
806 K. VM. Richardson . . 75 85
860 K. M. Richardson ... 75' 0u
86 2 Douschka Cade. ... 50 00
863 Maude Darracott.... 50 00
Total.$ 1329 86
District No. 4.
52 B F Tilley. . . . . .$ 5 00
56 W E King. 26 10
69 Allaqua Mays. 25 00
109 Allaqua Mays.. 12 50
205 Stirling G Elrod. . 130 40
235 Ballenger 'Hdw. Co.. 3 65
255 W P Nimmons. ll 00
331 Sterling G Elrod. ... 130 60
482 Steming G Elrod. ... 132 10
483 Allaqua-Mays. 25 00
529 Allaqua Mays. 12 50
578 Sterling G Elrod.. .. 133 Oo
696 Sterling G Elrod. . . . 132 00
809 Sterling G Elrod.. .. 132 00
Total.$ 910 85
District No. 5.
241 Wm McGraw.$ 75 00
242 Idelle Kay. 50 00
243 Laurice Westbrooks. . 60 Oo
244 Sudle Pridmore. ... 50 00
263 Sudle Pridmore.. .. 50 00
264 Idelle Kay. 50 00
265 Hattie Rogers.. .. 45 00
266 Laurice Westbrooks.. 50 00
267 Wm .McCraw. 75 00
268 Hattie Rogers.. .. 45 00
349 Lillian E Reid.. .. 15 00
351 Lillian E Reid.. .. 30 00
410 Wm McCraw. 270 00
521 Fannie Stoval. 30 00
601 Wm McChaw. 270 00
639 Matheson Hdw. Co. . 70 00
646 K W Marett. 38 00
687 Wm McCraw. 270 00
763 Wm McCraw. 270 00
801 Fannie Stovall. 16 00
876 Wm McCraw. 40 75
877 Wm McCraw. 270 00
Total.$ 2128 75
District No. 6.
8 9 Westminster Bank...$ 52 00
170 Westminster .Bank... 301 3o
186 C D Boyd. . .. 90 00
196 Daisy I Stone. 45 00
197 Rebcfcca Crawford- . 45 00
198 Gertrude Mahaffey... 55 Oo
238 Gertrude Mahaffey. . . 55 00
239 Daisy I Stone. 45 00
240 Rebecca Crawford... 45 00
364 0 D Boyd. 90 00
428 Gertrude Mahaffey... 55 00
429 Rebecca Crawford... 45 00
430 Daisy I Stone.. . 45 00
476 Jno S Harris. 9 4 50
546 Gertrudo Mahaffey... 55 00
547 Robecca Crawford... 45 00
548 Daisy, I Stono. . .. 45 00
619 Sallie Williams. 30 00
620 Haynes Brinkley. . .. 90 Oo
702 Haynes Brinkley. ... 90 00
707 Rebecca Crawford... 45 00
708 Daisy I Stono. 45 00
709 Gertrude Mahaffey, , . 55 00
730 Sallie E Williams... 30 00
788 Gertrude Mahaffey. . . 55 00
789 Daisy I Stone. 45 00
790 Rebecca Crawford... 45 00
810 Haynes Brinkloy. ... 90 00
838 Sallie E Williams... 30 00
858 Rebecca Crawford... 45 00
859 Daisy I Stono. 45 00
864 Gortrudo Mahaffey... 55 00
865 Haynes Brinkloy.. .. 81 00
889 ti H Marett. 21 25
890 Koowco Courier. ... 3 00
Total..% 2108 05
District No. 7.
33 Mattie Monson.$ 25 00
34 Laura Wingo. 36 00
35 R L Davis. 70 00
36 Mrs Bothel Thomas.. 35 00
39 Ollie A Olenn.... 80 00
71 Ollie A Glenn.... 15 00
71 Mattie Benson. 12 50
106 R L Davis. 70 00
126 Laura Wingo. 35 00
127 Mrs Bethel Thomas.. 85 00
246 Mrs Dot hol Thomas. . 86 00
246 Laura H Wingo. . .. 35 00
247 R L Davis. 70 00
261 Koo woo Courier.. .. 6 00
363 R L Davis. 35 00
479 Mattie B Benson. ... 80 00
480 Mattie E Benson.. .. 30 00
669 Mattie E Benson... 30 00
670 Mattie E Benson... 15 00
888 Ottie Burriss. 12 00
Total.$ 660 60
District No. 8.
366 Lois Burns.$ 25 85
367 Gussie M Duke.. .. 43 18
415 Gussie M Duke.. .. 40 00
507 LOIB Durna. 25 13
540 Gussie M Duke. ... 40 00
600 Lois Burns.. .. .. 22 50
667 Gussie M Duke? ... 40 00
:779 Gussie M Duke.. .. 41 00
851 Laois Burns. 22 55
852 Lois Burns. 24 00
857 Gussie M Duke.. .. 42 00
878 Lois Burns. 13 76
Total. . ?.$ 379 96
District No. O.
67 J A Harbut.$ 17 00
76 Cordelia Scott. 26 00
215 Nettle E Newton. . .. 20 25
216 Nettle E Newton. ... 40 00
544 Mae E Tannery.. .. 30 00
648 Mae E Tannery.. '.. 23 60
649 Mao B Tannery.. .. 30 00
Total.$ 185 75
District No. IO.
46 P M Adams.$ 4 00
66 Brown Lumber Co... 64 70
75 Margie Agnew.. .. 1 40
81 R A Smith. 28 00
82 G C Tannery., 45 00
99 J Winn. 18 35
131 Matheson Hdw. Co.. 98 40
14 4 Galnes-DaRon Lum.Co 4 60
14 5 0 C Simpson. 19 26
172 W T Tannery. 9 00
183 Janie Griffin. 60 66
184 Lola King. 30 00
252 Lola King. 30 00
253 Janie Griffin.' 62 35
399 Southern T. Agency. . 31 35
404 Lola King. 30 00
405 Janie Griffin. 60 00
508 A A Moorehead.. .. 2 90
542 Lola King. 30 00
543 Janie Griffin. 60 00
665 W B Knox. 20 46
629 P M Adams. 7 80
644 Janie Griffin.. 60 00
645 Lola King. 30 00
791 Lola King. 30 00
792 Janie Griffin. 60 00
8 36 Janie Griffin. 60 60
837 Lola King. 30 00
84 5 J Wrenn. 3 80
Total.$ 992 52
District No. ll.
61 Margie Agnew.$ 12 50
63 Florence Baillenger. . 50 00
302 Florence Ballenger. . 60 00
303 [Florence Ballenger. . 50 00
466 Florence Ballenger.. 60 00
571 Florence Ballengor.. 50 00
744 Thomas A Smith... 3 92
743 Florence Ballenger. . 57 05
830 Fdorence Ballenger. . 60 00
Total. . .... ...... fJ.$ 873 47
District No. 12.
2 Gussie M Duke.. ..$ 36 00
3 Gussie M Duke. ... 8 75
114 Bessie Higgins.. .. 60 00
226 Bessie Higgins.. .. 50 25
227 Bessie Higgins.. .. 26 00
228 R L Bryan Co.. .. 40 00
513 'Minzle Abercrombie.. 46 00
686 Minzie Abercrombie.. 46 OQ
Total.% 290 00
District No. IS.
85 Mary Sharp.% 36 00
288 Lillie Koown. . .... 41 80
526 Lillie Keown. 41 05
640 Mary Sharp. 17 60
666 Lillie Koown. 46 7*
749 Lillie Keown. 45 00
Total.*$ 227 10
District No. 14.
202 Gertrude Dunlap ..$ 35 00
414 Gertrude Dunlap .. 36 25
630 Gertrude Dunlap . . 36 00
631 Gertrude Dunlap . . 34 00
Total.$ 140 26
District No. 15.
57 Alma Dunlap..$ 35 75
80 Alma Dunldp. 32 50
212 Pauline Mongold.. .. 43 70
333 Pauline Mongold.. .. 42 00
395 Susan-; R Daniels. . 30 00
489 Pauline iMongold.. . . 41 75
497 Pauline Mongold. . .. 10 00
531 Susan R Daniels.. .. 30 Oo
532 Susan R Daniels.. .. 15 00
Total.S 280 70
District No. IO.
306 J B Phillips, Jr.. ..$ 62 50
633 Susan R Daniels.. .. 12 On
573 J B Phillips, Jr. . . . 62 50
642 J B Phillips, Jr.. .. 75 00
643 W H Blackwell.. .. 8 75
Total.$ 220 75
District No/ 17.
49 J G Breazealo. . . .$ 210 41
128 Westminster Bank... 28 80
129 Westminster Bank.. 150 00
130 W C Taylor. 85 00
146 W C Taylor. 727 50
159 R L Bryan Co. 30 00
174 W C Taylor. 37 16
175 W C Taylor. . . . ... 727 50
193 W 0 Taylor. 727 50
206 J G Danlols. 56 87
224 Westminster Bank.. 24 00
3C5 W C Taylor. 363 75
394 J G Daniels. 57 50
409 W C Taylor. 363 75
481 J G Daniols. 67 50
504 W C Taylor. 727 60
505 W C Taylor. 44 08
605 Com. of Pub. Works 6 00
612 Sec. S. F. Com.. .. 108 00
633 W C Taylor. 727 50
634 J G Danlols. 57 50
657 J G Daniels. 26 75
742 W L England. ... 78 92
764 W C Taylor. 727 50
849 W C Taylor. 727 50
879 W 0 Taylor. 727 50
887 W C Taylor. 727 60
Time Certificate. . .. 101 32
Total.$7742 31
District No. 18.
60 J D Wakefield. . . .$ 1 60
173 A P Tannery. 12 00
248 Alma Wilson.. .... 40 00
249 Agnes Orr. 60 60
370 Westminster Bank.. SO 64
Coma to Hundroda of Walhalla People
Thor? aro days of dizziness;
Spalls of headache, languor, back
ache;
Somet?anos rheumatic pains;
Often urinary disorders.
Donn'H Kidney Pills aro especially
Dor kidney ills.
Endorsed in Walhalla by grateful
friends and neighbors.
, Mrs. A. L. Tilley, 6 James St., Wal
halla, days: "I had baokacho and kid
ney trouble eome three years ago and
I think it was caused by over work.
My hack got terribly sore and ached
all the time. Sweeping or bending
over was almost impossible and I got
dizzy and black spooks oame before
my eyes. Mornings I was so lame and
sore I could hardly get around. I had
headaches and nervous spells, too. My
kidneys didn't act aa they should and
I was lp pretty bad condition. I got
a supply ot Donn's Kidney Pills and
they made me fool better right ?way.
In a short time I was entirely cured.'
Price, 60c, at all dealers. Don't
elmply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Donn's Kidney Pills - tho same that
Mrs. Tilley had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
MfgTS., Buffalo, N. Y.
371 Westminster Bank.. 31 35
378 Margie Childers.. .. 25 00
412 Alma Wilson. 40 00
413 Agnes Orr. 60 00
503 Margie Childers.. .. 25 00
606 Agnes Orr. 60 00
598 R M Wilson. 800 00
603 Alma Wilson. 40 00
636 Agnes Orr. 60 00
681 Alma Wilson. 40 00
682 W C Driver. 30 87
683 Margie Childers.. .. 15 00
765 Alma Wilson. 40 00
766 Agnes Orr. 60 50
847 Alma Wilson. 40 00
850 Agnes Orr. 60 00
Total.$ 1012 38
District No. IO.
[rs R C Hubbard. . .$ 56 00
(rs R C Hubbard... 50 00
Hyde Smith. 60 00,
367'Clyde Smith. 60 00
500 .Clyde Smith. 62 00
501. Mrs R C Hubbard... 60 00
502 Clyde Smith. 20 00
530 Katie Hicks. 30 00
624 Mrs R C Hubbard...- 60 00
625 Clyde Smith. 60 00
626 Clyde Smith. 10 00
675 Katie Hicks. 30 00
802 Clyde Smith. 60 00
803 Mrs R C Hubbard..v 60 00
80V Clyde Smith. 60-00
MrB R C Hubbard... 50 00
Clyde Smith. 60 00
88|l>vMrs R C Hubbard... 60 00
Brown Lum. Co.. .. 23 07
Stribling. 6 50
.$ 895 67
District No. 20.
58 Eliza M Gaut.$ 25 00
77 E C Doyle. 232 00
104 KU?za M Gaut. 12 50
113 R L Bryan. 16 00
213 Perol M Acker. ... 60 00
214 Cary C Doyle. 40 00
327 Ferol M Acker. 27 00
336 Cary C Doyle. 20 00
342 L M Smith. 4 60
343 B L Stone. 10 64
424 W D Wright. 6 00
443 Cary C Doyle.. .. 20 00
444 Perol M Acker.. .. 20 00
449 J B Hopkins. .... 22 80
469 E C Doyle. 206 66
534 Cary Doyle. 40 00
535 Otis Crumpton. 7 50
636 Perol M Acker.. .. 60 00
661 ?Ferol M Acker. ... 3 95
662 Perol M Acker. ... 50 00
663 Leo Day. 5 00
664 Cary Doyle. 40 00
737 Bllza M Gaut.... 25 00
738 Bllza M Gaut. 12 50
768 L M Smith. 2 95
807 Perol M Acker. 59 65
808 Cary C Doyle. 40 00
854 Cary C Doyle. 40 00
855 Perol M Acker. 65 00
Total.% 1140 65
District No. 21.
251 Lura Perritt.% 60 00
308 Maida Watkins. 40 00
432 Maida Watkins. 40 00
433 Lura Perrltt. 61 75
624 Lura Per ritt. 73 60
626 Maida Watkins. 40 00
683 Enterprise Bank.. .. 163 10
584 Bank of Walhalla... 276 04
611 Dan B Good. 3 40 j
656 Allaque Mays. 30 00
674 Maida Watkins. 40 00
691 Lura Perrltt. 55 13
741 Allaque Mays. 22 00
762 Lura Perritt. 63 50
853 Maida Watkins. 40 00
861 Lura Perritt. 64 25
.880 Maida Watkins. 40 50
Total.% 1082 17
District No. 22.
1 W- B Dllworth. . . .$ ll 88
26 Martha Mcllwaln;... 63 00
27 Lola Brown. 40 00
28 Elodla Seymour.... 40 00
91 Martha Mcllwaln ... 62 15
GIRLS! WHITEN SKIN
WITH LEMON .H ICE.
.Make a Beauty Lotion for a POW
Cents to Remove Tan, Freck*
les, Sallowness.
Your grocer has tho lemons, and
any drug store or tollot counter will
supply you with threo ounces of or
chard white for a few cents. Squeeze
the Juice of two fre?h lemons into
a bottle, then put in the orchard
white and shako well. This makes
a quartor pint of the very best lemon
skin whitener and complexion beau
tifier known. Massage this fragrant,
croamy lotion daily into tho face,
neck, arms and hands, and just seo
diow freckles, tan, sallowness, red
ness and roughness disappear, and
how smooth, soft and clear the skin
becomes, Yest It is harmless, and
the beautiful results will surprise
you.-adv.
92 Lola Brown. 40 00
93 Elodia Seymour.... 40 00
269 Geo. Seaborn, Enter
prise Bank. 271 80
360 J Gs Daniels. 30 00
362 J G Daniels. 16 00
406 Martha Mell .vaia ... '79 06
407 Elodia Seymour.... 40 00
411 Lola Brown. 40 00
662 Martini Mollwaln . . 60 00
663 Elodia Seymour.... 40 00
602 Lola Brown. 40 00
684 Martha Mcllwain ... 88 10
686 Elodia Seymour. ... 40 00
686 Lola Brown., 40 00
767 Martha Mcllwain ... 60 00
768 Elodia Seymour.... 40 00
769 Lola Brown. 40 00
821 Martha Mcllwain ... 71 30
822 Elodia Seymour.. .. 40 00
823 Lob Brown. 40 00
Tot.vl.$ 1372 28
District. No. 23.
312 Carrie V Lee.% 33 33
687 Carrie V Lee. 8 33
688 Carrie V Lee.. .... 33 38
589 Carrie V Leo. ... . . 33 33
590 Carrie V Lee. 24 99
Total.t 133 31
District No. 24.
20 C W Pitchford.% 1 60
43 Sue Sligh. 40 00
160 Sue Sligh. 20 00
388 J Leonard Lee. 4 60
396 Sue Sligh. 40 00
451 Suo Sligh. 40 00
477 Geo. Seaborn. 6 40
566 Sue Sligh. 40 00
579 J L Lee. 4 50
585 Phillip Mottison.. .. 75 00
613 I H Harrison. 2 50
706 Sue Sligh. 46 00
Total. . . .$ 319 40
District No. 25.
268 Leontine Worner. . ..$ 40 00
314 Leontine Wernor. . . . 60 00
658 Gertrude Ramoy. . .. 40 00
659 Gertrude Ramoy.. .. 20 00
Total.$ 160 00
Distriot No. 2?.
9 C W Pitchford.. ..$ 325 00
10 C W Pitchford.. .. 175 00
143 C W Pitchford.. .. 634 43
160 C W Pitchford.. .. 634 43
194 C W Pitchford.. .. 634 43
204 C W Pitchford.. .. 126 00
272 C W Pitchford.. .. 1134 43
435 Town of Walhalla... 140 20
494 M E Kelly. 16 87
495 Prod Brown.. .. .. 44 00
615 C W Pitchford, Clerk 666 83
647 C W Pitchford, Clerk 702 <*
765 C W Pitchford, Clerk 688 04
842 C W Pitchford, Clerk 928 13
i>91 C W Pitchford, Clerk 652 43
Time Certificate. . .. 1168 90
900 S L Vernor. 24 71
Total. ..$ 8686 21
District No. 27.
44 E P Hutchison.. . .$ 14 90
86 F U Ridley. 4 75
88 A G Satterfleld. ... 3 50
134 Jno Williams. 19 88
140 O C Lyles. 147 60
156 A G Sattorflold. . .. 21 10
157 O C Lyles.. 149 30
296 O C Lyles. 149 00
321 O C Lyles. 149 50
330 I nez or Ma* ti BOH.. .. 25 00
446 J Q Torry. 8 00
459 Inezer Mattlson. . .. 25 00
463 O C Lyles. . .<. 160 25
476 West Union OM Mill 12 77
570 Inezer Mattlson.. .. 25 00
596 Kate Smith. 5 00
616 O C LyleB. 149 50
638 Jas Pruitt. 13 50
677 Kate Smith. 20 85
697 O C Lyles. 147 50
703 Inezer Mattlson.. .. 25 00
705 J Q Terry. 4 00
800 O C Lyles. 147 60
841 C W Pitchford.. .. ll 50
871 O C LylOB. 147 6o
Total.% 1586 80
District No. 28. .
182 P A Moore.$ 5 45
221 Lillian S Kelly.. .. 35 00
237 Mildred Reardon.. .. 43 70
338 .Mildred Reardon.. .. 83 50
339 Lillian S Kelly. ... 26 25
374 Lillian S Kelly.... 8 75
383 Mildred Reardon . . .. 10 00
468 B V Kilpatrick.. .. 25 00
511 Achsa Bruce. 25 00
549 (Mildred Reardon.. .. 63 15
564 B V Kilpatrick.. .. 26 00
651 Mildred Beardon.. .. 51 00
764 The R L Bryan Co.. 40 00
770 Mildred Boarden.. .. 61 00
870 Mildred Bearcren.. .. 25 00
892 Mildred Reardon.. .. 50 00
Total.$ 507 80
District No. 29.
283 Mrs Lillie Crooks...$ 60 00
437 Tecora Maxwell.. .. 25 00
438 Lillie G Crooks.. 48 00
560 Lilli? G Crooks. ... 47 00
656 Tecora Maxwell.. .. 41 671
676 Lillie G Crooks.. .. 45 00
692 Tecora Maxwell.. .. 33 33
778 Lillie Ck Crooks. ... 46 30
Total.* 346 30
District No. 80.
38 W D Moore.$ 18 00
135 Tocora Maxwell.. .. 15 00
136 Tocora Maxwell.. .. 30 00
220 Vivian Bradborrry. . . 49 20
231 Ballonger Hdw. Co.. 12 00
384 Vivian Bradborry. . . 28 30
471 Vivian Bradborry... 50 75
514 M A Wood & Co. . . . 13 25
516 M J Alexander. 36 50
604 Vivian Bradborry... 55 00
652 Vivian Bradborry ... 12 50
654 M J Alexander.. ..4 41 25
828 W T Edwards.. .. 23 75
874 Sam T Moss. 38 40
Total.$ 423 90
District No. ai.
78 Lillie G Crooks.. ..$ 20 00
118 |M J Alexander.. .. 25 00
119 M J Alexander.. .. 12 50
137 Lillie G Crooks.. .. 40 21
329 Claudia Walker. ... 47 00
456 Claudia Walker.. .. 40 00
824 S R Dyar. 5 00
825 J T Harris. 25 00
832 B R Smith. 29 16
867 BaUongor Hdw. Co.. 268 77
885 Claudia Walker., i, 60 CO
896 Clyde Hunnleutt. . .. 7 5o
902 Lafayette Harrte. . .. 10 60
Total.$ 670 62
(Continued on Sixth Pago.)
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"Come thou with us and we will do
theo good."
METHODIST CHURCH.
Rev. E. P. Taylor, Pastor.
Evory Sunday: Sunday School, 10 a,
m.; HOI-vicos ll a. m. Sermon hy
the pastor. Prayer mooting Wed
nesday 8.30 p. m.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Rov. W. H. Hamilton, Pastor.
Every Sunday: Sunday School 10 a.
m.; BOW leos Ila. m. Sermon by
the pastor. Prayer meeting Wed
nesday 8.30 p. m.
Second and fourth Sundays, 4.80 p.
m., sorvices at Bothel church.
BAPTIST CHURCH.
Rev. Ii. W. langston, Pastor.
Every Sunday: Sunday School 10 a.
m.; sorvices ll a. m. Sor mon by
tho pastor. Prayer meeting Wed
nesday 8.30 p. m.
First and third Sundays, 4.00 p. m.,
eorvices at Wolf Stake church.
ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN OHUROH.
Rev. W. B. Aull, Pastor.
Every Sunday: Sunday School 10 a.
m.; HOW leos ll a. m. Sermon by
the pastor.
Piles Cured tn 6 to 14 Days
as
HI il HO RIDGE RAILWAY.
Between Belton and Walhalla.
Timo Tablo No. 24-Effootlvo April 21, 1018.
STATIONS
II
EAST-HOUND A.M.
Lv Walhalla.7 20
" Wost Union ... .7 28
M Sonooa..7 46
" Jordania.7 48
" Adams' CroRalng.8 05
" Cherry's Cross'g, 8 08
Tondloton.8 20
" Autun .8 28
" Sandy Springs.. .8 31
" Denver.8 36
Wost Anacreon..8SI
" Andorson, P.DOp.9 00
" Anderdon, P.Dop.O 01
" Krsklno's Siding 0 18
Ar Holton.0 30
No. of Train. 12
STATIONS
WK8T-HOUND 1\M,
Lv Holton .6D0
M Erskine's Ridtng.6 02
" Anderson, F.Dep 6 10
" Anderson,P.Dop.O 20
" West Andorson . .6 27
" Denver. . ...64?
Mandy Springs. ..646
" Autun.649
?. Pendleton.6 67
Chorry's Cros.Vg.7 08
?' Adams' Crosslng.7 ll
" Jordania.7 27
M Roncea....7 30
" West Union.7 60
Ar Walhalla.8 00
No. of Train. U
Train No. 0. Mixed Daily except Sunday, (not
schcdulod above) leaves Walhalla at 1.26 p. m.;
Wost Union at 1.86 and arrives Seneca at 2 p. m.
Train Hos over at Seneca until following day
and runs from Seneoa to DcPon as No. 8.
Klag Stations: Anderson Freight Depot, West
Anderson. Donver, Sandy Springs, Autun, Cher
ry's Crossing, Adams' Crosnlng, Jordania.
Steam trains ?ill stop on flag at Welch, Tox
away, Phinney's, James.
_ J. It. ANDKKBON, Supt.
TAX NOTICE.
County Treasurer's Office,
Walhalla, S. C., Oct. 11,1918.
The books for tho collection of
State, County, School and Special
Taxes for tho fiscal year 1918 will bo
open from October 15th, 1918, to
December 31st, 1918, without pen
alty, after which day one per cent
penalty will be added on all pay
ments made in the month of Janu
ary, 1919, and two per cent penalty
on all payments made In the month
of February, 1919, and sovon per
cont penalty on all payments made
from the first day of March, 1919,
until tho 15th day of Maroh, 1919.
After that day all taxes not paid wilt
go Into execution and will be placed
in the hands of tho Sheriff for col
lection.
Taxpayers owning property or pay
ing taxes for others will please ask
for a tax receipt In each township or
Special School District in which he
or they may own property. This is
very Important, as there aro so many
Special School Districts.
Tho Tax Iiovy
is made up as follows:
Stato Tax. 8%
School Tax .3
Ordinary County Tax .
Int. on bonds and S. F. . .
For Hoads.1
mills
mills
7V6 mi"?
VA mill
mill
Total Levy .20 Vi mills
Poll Tax, 91. Dog Tax, BOC.
Evory malo citizen from 21 to 60
yours of ago ls liable to poll tax ex
cept Confederate floldiors. who do
not pay after W yoars of ago, and
thoso exempted by law.
Road Tax, $1.50.
Every malo cltczon from 18 to 50
years of ago ls Hablo for road tax
oxcopt thoso exempt by law. Thie
tax ls payable from October 15th;
1918, to March 15th, 1919, after
which time executions will bp Is
sued. There ls no alternativo for
working.
R. H. ALEXANDER,
Treasurer Oconee Couuty, S. C.

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