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FOR LIVESTOCK AND SOIL
ZFeed and forage crops are the lim
actors in livestock farming.
'ty is the limiting factor in
producton; therefore, crops
furnish abundant feed and at
6ame time enrich the soil, will
livestock farming profitable.
For wintering cattle, feeding steers
ni improving the soil, the velvet
both as a winter pasture crop
as a grain feed for cattle in the
is unsurpassed by any crop
in the South.
Sgrowth of three tons per acre of
isivet beans (dried crop) will contain
as much nitrogen as 500 pounds of
tr of soda. If grazed by live-I
practically all of the nitrogen
to the soil. In ad
will be a profitable gain
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in the weight of the animals and an,
addition to the humus contents of
Records show that 80 acres of vel- I
vet beans carried 100 head of cattle I
4 months. Twenty tons of velvet
beans with silage or other roughage I
will feed 30 steers, averaging 800! t
pounds for 120 days. If of good qual
ity and fed properly, steers should
make an average daily gain of two
pounds on velvet bean ration And si-,
The early spreckle velvet beans are
the more valuable for seed on account
of the high percentage of bean to;
pod and the ease with which the o
cattle can masticate the thin hulls. e
Records show that South Carolina t
spent $50,000,000 for feed in 1220
Had velvet beans been planted in all ci
the corn and a yield of 800 pounds m
per acre gathered, the bean crop atiti
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)rcsent price would be - worth now
16,056,00. This does rt inlu
he value of nitrogen that woulI have
>een returned to the soil b- thce
Grow velvet beans this year
lake feed for livestock and enrich
See me and I will help you io get
ood bean seed cheap.
R. H. Lemmon.
The children of the primary class
Silem Sunday school enjoyed an
,g hunt at the church on Friday af..
The Ladies Aid and Missionary So..
ety will hold its regular monthly
eeting on Thursday afternoon at
e home of Mrs. S. R. Crawford.
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Mrs. Richmond, of Winnsboro, re
centiv visited friends in the commun.
Mr. John Albert Ladd, of Charles-:
ton, accompanied by his friend, Mr.
Plackshears, spent the week-end with
his narents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Ladd.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turner and
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Aiken spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Miss Belle Crawford, of Columbia,
spent Sunday at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Edrington, of
Winnsboro, spent the week..end with r
the latter's parents, Mr. and' Mrs. S. e
Dr. Harrod Martin, of Union, re- p
cently visited his father, Mr. R. L. t
Miss Kit Kirkpatrick, of Chester
spent the week-end with her sister,:j
Mrs. Edgar Aiken.
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4 EST ER CD. BE RKEL.EY CO.
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Miss Nelle Holcombe and Miss Va
leria Blair spent the week-end with
Mrs. C. M. Ladd.
Little Emma Gene Clowney is
;pending some time with her grand..
?arents. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. Gillam Jeter recently
nent several days with the latter's
Notice is hereby given that J. E.
;tevenson, Executor of the estate of
Irs. Lizzie B. Stevenson, deceased,
as this day made application unto
ie for a final discharge as such ex
cutor; and that the. 23rd day of
Lpril, 1921, at my office, has been ap.
ointed for the hearing of said peti
March 23, 1921.
It-p W. L. HOLLEY,
idge of Probate, Fairfield County,!
I.A1Jd AIW LITHIA GRANc
TJS$I9AI GRIIMES- JISS SETHH~
BAMBena co. PICKENS
$S ILIA $AITI+X ASS Rufli tic
45CORMICK CO. $ALUDA C
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NOTICE OF ELECTION.
On April 12. 1921, an election will
be held to elect two members of the
Board of Trustees, Mt. Zion School
District No. 14 of Fairfield county.
-ll electors of said district who are
qualified to vote in regular elections
will be entitled to . vote in said
special election. The polls will be
open from 8 o'clock A. M. until 4
o'clock P. M., on April 12, 192,
in the town hall in the town of
The following persons have been
appointed managers to conduct the
lection: J. C. Kirkpatrick, D. H.
1obertson, W. M. Cathcart.
By order of Board of Trustees.
W. D. Douglas,
R. Y. Turner,
S$ LACY OR1NA JACM10
AM BMULA KELLY
1 ANN Man$tI2AyrIf Jos1ij
CO. COLLETON CO.'