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'WM |^H^^V?di"B::0: and hew has W. Hursey profit. |HHK war savings stamps HHr ^^ ^ v/id Harrall was the fi.st ^^^^BTs card with thrift stum^s B^pge it for a big W. S. S. K. Curtis after visiting . BBB* Paxville, S. C., Anniston, " |^HH^H.tlanta, Ga., has returned wj H|^^^HlMrs. S. S. Keziah, of Mon-1 ^ wr>n,- nn^ wit-li ?Ka 1*>- I Ml KMrs. T. W. Gas- M . W k, principal of t the week-end . f"aSS- > gg is went to the T1 Sunday for an re licitis. M i has returi.ed g, re she has been . in taking a cou/se ion work. or i? in tho nor- n< Aeek buying -or D Pusser & Son. J. , Mrs.H.M.Odom non spent Sa.ar- M Mrs- Hough and , so w lays ago inaa ? Red Cros fu i i, in ithout two shiiwe la >e amount to ".be o >ur luxuries and ^ up hisnnnbitious. n War SI e, of Camden nr.d C lie Humphries, of r at the home of af bits and do your w urchnsing an un- w vith that qu$r er thrift stamp for ^ se. w icr in Chesterfield ^ tamps was C. L. bought two for t his homo, M -rami -Gatherine A. 1 m y, of Mt Croghi.n, 'ed a letter from ;g drew J. Huntley, ice. Mr. Huntley it,of spirits, said le and ready for wi :2a, of the Shil >h bi fiog recently, the which was 6 M C. ; 3B0. He says if <lc speak up. fire and burglary r to prdtect our era. We pay in- A. depot it a. Your mi <1- du gum, Cashier, rhers* Associati n thi umbia March 14th t is on among the" Jei argest proDortion- bu proCounty up c? B B. B H>rt to uttend this Asao^^H^HH^ear and. bring home the |^^fl^Koys of Chesterfield K>h ^lo B Ret Wednesday Feb. assistance of Prof. W. P. ^H[ organine-l the Boys High ' B Bl Basebail loam. Fifteen boys nresont, all of whom seemed ?? much interested in the team, following officers were elected: wc W. P. Cokei', Busineas Mana- Pc Craig Odom, Captain; Leonaid Secretary and Treasurer. ( r J^H^Bed CrosV Knitters arc still ' fl IT to chow you that the "Girls ^ Hws"' haven't f-.i* gotten how |^M Mrs. E. E. Hearn has started tgr ^BK> sweaters for different ones. H| D. M. Bsrentino has knit 4 Sweaters. Mn. Billh GuHedge 8 r#l ' '( Hiers and gfec'u. Mrs. Wright 3 ijvo Beaters. Two* boxes of sweaters, Bafflers and - socles ha-e oeen sent Blhin the last t"V/ days. . ImI.. r ? rr - w HUU4U, the 1 a-year-old ^wghter of Judge M. J. Hough, was Ben to the Florence Hospital last ^HAh^suffttinK from pneumonia. r'jp ^^fl^H^^gerously ill, the disease 8 ^^^^ ^yo^ifusing that a imitations reDa> At nur wnt J MAYSV1LLE SVill Bennett, colored, of near ng Pine, has purchased the com 11 outnt of Mr. E. D. Myers. Bentt will soon begin grinding at the no location soon. Mr. Kay Coker, of Wexford, was Pageland one day last week. Mr. /Will Griggs, of Ruby,'was in s Community last Thursday on sin^ss. Mr. Ed. Lowry spent last Thursday th/e town of Chesterfield. Mr. B. H. Burch went to the city Mt. Croglian recently. Messrs. J. Guess Lowry and Ellie Sellers motored to Ruby one afterjan last week. Mr. Thomas RiverB' spent one day it week in ChesterAeld. Mr. B. H. Burch spent a short lile at the home of Mr. Peter Jonei Indev. '* Mr. and Mrs. Tom Watson visited rs. Watson's parents, Mr. and Mrs, . K. Jcpkins, last Thursday. Mrs. Wilson B. Teal, of n;ai adesboro, is still improving. Othci embers of the family continue sick a with the attendance of two nurs i they seem to be faring very well heir friends hope they will all soor cover. Prof. J. Frank Funderburk ar?c isses Pearl Raley and Fraulint urch attended the teachers' meet g at Chesterfield last week. Mr. and Mis. Wilbert Tucker spoil hursday night in the Wexforc jighborhood a> the guest of Mr ock Sellers. Mr. Clayton Moore, son of Mr. E Moore, of Vexfcrd, accidentally tot himself last Thursday. Whih >sling the gun on his foot, it was ir imc manner discharged and tin hole load wen. through his foot. Mr. Dock Sellers and Fred Jenk s, of Wexfori , were in this sectioi st Saturday. The Messrs. Mall. Tucker, Jessi i uai(OH pu? t;iucpv ^ -f 'aajxajj addy motored to Morven, N. C. aturday on business. Mr. J. Wesley Adams spent Turns 4y of last week in the Friendahij >.nn.unity us .ne guest of Mr. Johr urdner. Mr. Jim Tu.lcer is able to be uj ?ain after a short illness of grip. Messrs. Vcsl-r and Hnrley Jordar ere in Ches erfield one day last eek. Among the guests of Mr. and Mrs . M. Faulkner Sunday afternooi ere Messrs. E. D. Myers, J. W dams, Daniel ind Miss Arie Davii. Messrs. CI .rence Rivers p.ni eorgc Rushing spent a short whilt ; the home 01 Mr. L. L. Jordan's iturday. Miss Lucile Lowry is sick with cables. Mr. D. E. Bu-ch, of Mt. Croghan spending several days in our neigh' srhood. Miss Nezr.ie Moore has been sicl; c past week, but is better. Mr. E. K. Smith, of Black Creek iis in this section last Monday or isiness. Hurrah for Chesterfield, Route 1 una on again with your eorrcspon nts. ELIZABETH Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Sellers, Mrs. B. Sellers and Mrs. .Taphus Moore stored to Mt. Croghan last Tucsy. Mr. B. Watts was in Ruby or.e d ly e past week. Messrs. John Moore and L. B. Selrs were in Chesterfield recently on siness. Master Tom Allen has a severe se of measles this week. He is proving. > Messrs. A. B. Sellers and C. S. S.d s were in Ruby laat Friday. Mr. Cyrus Sellers was in ChesterId on business last Monday. Mr. Johnie Moore and Miss Mary >orc visited nt the home of Mr. , F. Bureh ?S'inday afternoon. Mr. C. A. While visited at the rne of Mrs. A. B.- Sellers Sunday. Guess the Maysville writer was 11 pleased lart week when the par reachd hiir. on lime. Mr. H. J. 1 lend rick was in Mt. otfhan Mondey on business. Mr. Watt Rayfield was in this secn last Saturday on business. Mrs. L. RatlifT and Miss Bettie visd Mrs/ A. R. Sellers Monday afnoon. Miss Frauliee Burch spent the ek-end at hi.me with her parents, urninK Mor.dav to take up her rk in the school room. Best wishes to The Advertiser and i.<ai yreadt ?. ZOAR SECTION FTie Rev. J B. Guess filled h*s u'a? appoimment nt Zoar Sunday p'noon and ;reached a very intertrg sermon. v dr. J. R. Davis and Mrs. A. C. ers went to Chesterfield on Fri' on business. "here was a singing at Mr. J. R. ns on Saturday night and a largj nber were ) resent. The singing i greatly enjoyed. Ir. J. N. L vis made a trip to ens, Ga., recently to see his ther, 8. T. Davis, bs. Outlaw, of Hartsville* spent BM^vith her father and mother, VMrs. V. M. Davis. ^^Kdshep to The Advertiser and readers. ^SALESMEN WANTED W sr licit orders foi lubricating L rgrMses and ptnrJ|^^Salarw>^ ' TA tft fill B?CT Ol - 'RBMElDY I EVER TOOK" ? . . MRS. CISSON HAS STRONGEST ENDORSEMENT FOR IT/ ENJOYS FINE HEALTH Year Previously, She Say*, Tanlae Gave Har Lasting Raliof "Tanlac is the best remedy I ever took for ray trouble, and 1 am glod Jo recommend it because it gave such fine results," said Mrs. Jessie Cisson, of No. 10 Main St., Woodside, Greenville, in a statement she gave May 31st. "I took Tanlac for a generally run down and weakened condition, and at- the time I was almost sure I had a case of pellagra. I was weak with dizziness and my appetite had about left me. "But I felt like a new person wl^en I quit taking Tanlac. I gained in wpicht. nnH\ ofpRncfYi ricrVtf frnm +!**? time I began taking it. I soon hid a good appetite, and the Tanlac soon 1 had me feeling well and strong. The headaches and nervousness were soon I relieved. I am enjoying fine health now and have been ever*ifnce I quit taking Tanlac, and that was a year ago." Tanlac, the Master Medicine, is s>It > by The Chesterfield Drug Co., Chas terfield, S. C?; T. E. Wanama'ier & Sons, Cheraw ; Mt. Croghan Drug Co. ' Mt. Croghan, S. C.; McBce Drug Co. McBce. S. C.; Pageland Drug Co. I Pageland, S. C.~; J. T. Jowcrs & Sons !/ Je(fci-3on, S.- C. Adv NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION t S'ala of South Carolina, 1 County of Chesterfield' To the Board of Trustees of Oua leydalc School District No 49. a pcti tion of the required number of free f holders and electors of your Dis J trict having been filed with this bonrc > askirg for an election vote on an adi ditional mill for currant expenses fo your district, you are hereby con manded to hold at the school houc ? in your district, on Saturday Fet 16, 1918, between the lawful hours s an election for said purposes. J. A. KNIGHT. Countv Sun-1 , crintendent of Education for County Board. i DISTRICT MEETING JR.O.U.A.M. ? The District Meeting of Jr. O. U A. M. will be held at Ruby, S. C . > ( Thursday February 14th. It is hoped I that al councils in the district will be * represented. There will be speakiny t 1 at night for benefit of the public et school auditorium. .1 W. R. HUNEYCUTT i i District Deputy. i ; Major W. J. Tiller early Tuesday I morning, acting upon instructions, i wired the Agricultural department at Washington the number of signed applications he had for nitrate of sola, i calling for 232?> tons. If there is a , suriieicnt amount a'l will receive whr.t ,' they have signed up for; if the cp plications exceed the amount then | the nitrate will be pro-rated. When :' notified those who have made written application will have to deposit , the cjjsh to nay for the soda, $75.00 i n ton and freight from Charleston. A good many people who disregarded II instructions and wired or wrote Ma jor Tiller inste ul of signing applice} tion blunhs will fail to receive any | soda, as the law says application blank must TV. *? IIVMI A lie time J KJl filing applications expired Monday, i 4th. i REDS vs. BLUES The merry war U on between the t Reds and the ftlr.es. Tw> opposing 1 corps of young le. l'e?. ' ? ? now strv./r. giing for supremacy in the sale of J Chautauqua season tickets. The ouickcr you buy the happier you w 11 be, so don't wait to he captured, but surrender at sight. The teams arc as folows: RedstMiss Mattie Caddy, Catptain; Miss Lindsay, lieutenant; Misses Flora Belle Rivers, Nelle Melton, Mary Belle Welsh, Ruth Hurst, Pearl Moore, Lcssie l'usser. Blues: Mrs. Millie Sanders, Captain; Miss Flora Belle Stegall, lieutenant; Misses Li!a Teal, Doris Laney, Dorothy Lucas, Eleanor Gulledge, Bessie Pusser, Maude Garland Welsh, I . .clot Welsh. All profits after expenses are paid v/ill go to the benefit of the school. j NOTICE OF SALE The undersigned having been appointed Receiver of the estate i\* Odom Bros. Company, a corporation with its place of business at Chesterfield, S. C., by order of Judge T. IT. Spain, of Darlington, S. C. dated the 26th day of January, 1918, no' tice is hereby given that I will sell all ! tho stock <>f goods, wares, merchanI dise, fixtures and furniture, also all accounts receivable and securities therefor at Chesterfield, S. C. in front of the store of said Odom Bros. < Company to the highest bidder for cash on Tuesday, the 19th day of February, 1918 at 12:00 o'clock M. 1 I Any person or persons desiring information as to inventory, etc. will 1 please call on tho undersigned for same. FRANK PEGUES, Receiver, j WANTED I I . First-Class Drayman, must be good ' 1 workman and able to attend to the j mwnesf? J. m. H&up&AH^ 4H-pi No. 666 | | TkUlaap rMcriptloa pupflj MpnUtty j for MALARIA o? CHILLQ & FKVER. Ftva or tlx doM will brack toy c*4m, and . If ImLen than u a took Jfac Frrer wMI not , rotura. It acta on th^^^baittar than J mm * Isabella Johnson, outside aid .... Sarah-Brown outside aid ........ C D. Boan, outside aid W. H. Smith, outside aid Cyrtthia Catoe, outside aid John Goodwin, outside aid W. N. Brantley, outside aid V. jA. Purvis, outside aid Caloline Patrick, outside aid .... Nancy Sullivan, outside aid Yt. E. Johnson, outside aid Wra, Miles, outside id Eliza Axum, outside aid Elouiza Melton, outside aid W. J. Davis outside aid - L. D. Robeson, outside aid Eliza Ann Brown, outside aid ... Elmira Melch, outside aid Armanda Sutton, outside aid ... Mary Jackson, outside aid Mary Brown, outside aid II an ah Grant, outside aid Rilla Melton, outside aid Mapaey Jordan, outside aid Harriet Stanley, outside aid ..?. Henry Steen, outside aid Thorsday Brewer, outside aid ... Nancy McFarland, outside aid ... Nancy Cassidy, outside aid Nelson Johnson, outside aid .... Ches. Levat, outside aid M. J. Tucker, outside aid Sophia Sellers, outside. aid (nrona Strcater, outside aid .... Chain' Evans, outside aid Eliza Hasp, outside aid .. Thus. Von' Blochovan, outside aid John Layer, outside aid Thos' Hasni, outside aid M. F. Cross, outside aid Lewis Brewer, outside aid Cynthia Funderburk, outside aid . . Ceo. McNair, outside aid Sarah Rodgers, outside aid W. L. Boan, outside aid D A. Stafford and wife, outside < Caisar Pccrues. outside aid ...... Wm. McBride, outside aid Adeline Burr, outside aid Cnsy Calder, outside aid C. M. Hunt and wife, outside aid . S<ephen Johnson, outside aid .... Lee Deese, outside aid Viney Little, outside aid D ive Hubbard, outside aid John Poison, outside aid Piles and Luther Gainey, outside i Susanna and Lucy Sellers, outsid< Wm. Boan, wife and Betty Redddi Maggie Burr, outside aid IT. Bailey Crawley, outside aid .. Madison Jordan, outside aid .. .. Jas. P. Brockj outside aid A A. Lundy, outside aid Wm. A. Coker, outside aid Mary Poison, outside aid Dora Lampley, outside aid Adeline Gainev. outside aid I. P. Mangum, clerk of Court .... J. D Smith, Clerkfl of County Bo T. W. Eddins, Auditor J. A Knight, Superintendent of E T. W. Tiirner, Magistrate H. T. Atkinson, coroner, Snnuy Lawry,- janitor .. . Peter Gandy, ct al, poor Mrs. J. E. Meehan, stationery .... Chesterfield Telephone Co., rent. J. A. Welsh, treasurer E. R. Knight, supervisor Coit McCaskill, gang Nat Ratcliff, gang W. K. Sellers, R. &. B J. N. Davis, peace officer T W. Gregory, peace officer .... C. L. Melton, peace officer S. B. Rodgers, magistrate G. R. Knight, R. & B. G. I). Gulledge, magistrate F. M. Moore, peace officer ...... J. E. Robertson, R. & B J. T. Grant, jail report J. T. Grant, deputy sheriff 1). P. Douglass, salary n i. ri. uougiass, maK>"rate Chesterfield Hardware 'Jo jail, gani It A. Griffith, peace officer W. N. Lee, magistrate \V. N. Lee, magistrate A Sullivan, superintendent of eoun D. F. Brock, magistrate, W. B.* Cross, R. & B T. E. Mulloy, county commissioner M. A. Kelly, peac eofflcer W. H. Davis, R. & B J. R. Henderson, gang J as. W. Knight, R. & B. and Comm J. S. McGregor, gang and R. & B. D. P. Douglass, expense account . E. R. liver, gang Redfearn-Rivers Co., R. & B. and ] J. W. Brock, peace officer Hurst-Streater Co., gang . M. W. Duvall, gang W?iE. Parker, wood IIP U n X- ? ^ ? it. u. unvIB, A. 01 a P. C. McLaurin, peace officer .... Anderson Lucas and wife, poor .. . L. A. Campbell, jaid. poor and rod] C. J. Kddins, R. A B P. A. Nicholson, Rang Ellon Smith, poor Mrs. Mary A. E. Laney, poor J. F. Hicks, R. * B P. A. Nicholson A Son, gang P. A. Nicholson, gang Lie Merchantile Co., gang Lee Byrd, gang J. G. Hursey, magistrate J. A. Welsh, treasurer. J. A W. Tic Isabella Johnson, outside aid .... Elmlra Welsh, outsido aid .' C. M. Hunt and wife, outside aid . Dave . Hubbert, outside aid Susanna and LuCy Sellers, outside i Rilla Melton, outside aid IV. L. Boan,outside aid Thus. Von Blochoven, outside ajd . 3tephen Johnson, outside aid ..... Lee Dfeese, outside aid K. A. Lundy, outside aid l>. A.Stafford and wife, outside aid lohn Poison, outside aid f. D, Smith, clerk of county board landy I<owry janitor, P. W. Eddin, auditor [. A. Knight, superintendent of odo* Jhcsterfield Telephone Co., rent . f. A. Welsh, treasurer, salary .... Valker, Evans A Cagswell Co. statio dillcr A Miller, R.< A B. and gtag . Sons, ganw .... I k ITY SUPERVISOR FOR LAST DP 1417' n T"' E6W r. 2.60 10.00 r..\ 2.60 2.60 2.60 2.60 '. * 2.60 3.00 8.00 3.00 2.60 ' 2.60 l..... .,T, .. B.oo . r.. 2.60 . 2.50 6.00 2.50 2.50 2.60 2.50 9.00 6.00 2.50' 5.00 2.50 2.50 v 2.76 2.75 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.60 2.50 2.50 2.60 * 500 lld 12.00 2.60 2.50 2.50 3.00 15.00 2.50 3.00 2.50 2.50 6.00 "d 5.00 i a,d 6.00 ah, outside aid 7.50 2.50 2.50 5.00 '2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 136.49 ard ; 16.66 36.11 Iducation 105.00 20.80 20.84 12.50 7.50 21.60 . 7.50 ' 36.11 100.00 46.60 30.00 13.82 36.13 ' 58.83 33.33 16.66 19.00 20.83 33.33 .. 4.63 : 36.30 62.50 125.00 12.50 I and county homo 13.98 33 33 20.83 20.83 ty home 63.50 16.66 7.50 and R. & B 9.08 16.66 18.50 6.66 lssion 179.44 114.68 4.31 1.60 gang 117.21 17.46 44.74 44.65 10.505 . * 11.605 33.33 5.00 I 14.61 38.13 60.80 2.50 282.00 10.00 107.82 24.83 25.00 6.00 26.00 keta 298.65 2.60 Vi'? 2.60 15.00 3.00 kid 5.00 9.00 6.00 2.00 2.60 8.00 2.60 12.00 . a aa ? w ?-?V*VV 16.67 12.505 37.11 cation 105.60 8.99 86.11 try 3.18 30.3D ........ wL*. i^Bi t ?>-?: ->- ^i. / W? vtUUOyf oMflBlvW ( ? ? The PSgeland Journal, printing Miss Stella Mima, demonstration agent .. The Good Roads Machinery Co., R. IB. . W. A. Watson, R, A B. and gang A. Sullivan, superintendent of poor farm J. M. Redfeirn, wood J. N. Davis, peoce officer *.. T. W, Turner, magistrate E. R Knight, vounty Supervisor T. W. Gregory, peace officer J. S. Oliver, A. & B J. G. Gainey, magistrate G. C. Mangum, R. & B. and gang J. M. Redfearn, wood for jail H. T. Atkinson, coroner G. D. Gulledire. F. M. Moore, peace officer T. F. Munn, R. & B W. N. Lee, magistrate R. A. Griffith, peace officer T. H. Douglass, magistrate C. L. Melton, peace officer '... P. A. Nicholson, gang W E. Wiliams, lunacy . Kedfearn-River Co., R. & B S. B. Eodgers, magistrate G. W. Ratcliff, gang M. A. Kelly, peace officer W. M. Redfearn, poor T. E. Mulloy, county commissioner . .. H. B Jordan, R. & B J. A. Turner, county commissioner .... Q. M. Rogers, R. & B. .' J. T. Grant, deputy sheriff, D. S. Mcintosh, magistrate J. W. Brock, peace officer .. The Chesterfield Advertiser, printing .. D. P. Douglass, salary F. P. Evans, magistrate D. F. Brock, magistrate Chesterfield Hardware Co, poor, R. & B. i W. H. Nesbit, R. & B D. P. Douglass, expense account C. J. EddinB, R. & B f.. Odom Bros., gang P. C. McLaurin, peace officer Commissioner of Sinking Fund, nsurance snbella Johnson, outside aid Elmira Welsh, outside aid C. M. Hunt and wife, outside aid Dave Hebbert, outside aid Susanna and Lucy Sellers, outside aid . Rilla Melton, outside aid W. L. Boan, outside aid Tfyos. Von. Blochoven, outside aid .... Stephen Johnson, outside aid Leo Deese, outside aid A. A. I.undy, outside aid n a ?-* v. n. uwuuiu tinu W1IC ?... ...? John Poison, outside aid J. D. Smith, clerk of county board .... T. W. Eddins, auditor J. A. Welsh, treasurer J. A. Knight, superintendent of educatio Walker, Evans and. Cogswell Co., atatione D. P. Douglass, salary D. P. Douglass, expense account, J. T. Grant, deputy sheriff Chesterfield Telephone Co., rent T. W. Turner, magistrate D. C Clark, R. & B F. R. Knight, supervisor T. E. Mulloy, county commissioner ... J. A. Turner, county commissioner .... Eula Moore, R. & B Bob Atkinson,. gang Doek Bnucom, janitor Notional Office Supply Co., stationery . G. C. Mangum and Co. gang .. .^ A. C. Burr, wood t J. N. Davis, peace officer J. M. Redfearn, wood T. W. Gregory, peace officer, A. Sullivan, superintendent of poor farm W. N. Lee, magistrate R. A. Griffith, peace officer Teal-Jones Co., county home G. D. Gulledge, Magistrate H. T. Atkinson, coroner The Jeffersnninn ni-inUn? _ 1""?"S W. H Nesbit, R. & B M. A Kelly, peace officer D. F. Brock, magistrate C. L. Melton, peace officer S. B. Rogers, magistrate, Town of McBee, R. & B F. M. Moore, peace officer Miss Stella Mims, demonstration agent*. W. I*. Craig, rent and fixtures A. F. Davis, gang D. C. and J. L. Smith, R. & B. .. . ... F. P. Evans, magistrate . The R. L. Bryan Co. stationery J. W. Brockq, peace officer T. H. Douglass, magistrate Griggs Bros., R. & B I.. . Jule Edwards, wood Dr. D. T. Teal, county physician and R. i W. M. Redfearn, poor J. G. Hurseyfi magistrate D. F. Douglass, gang Chesterfield Advertiser, printing P. C. McLaurin, peace officer H. K. Linton, R. & B. and Commission .. P. A Nicholson, gang P. A. Nicholson and sons, gang A. W. Hursey CSo., poor :.. The Pageland Journal, printing J. A. Welsh, treasurer J. & W. T.cketa .. . Miss Stella Mims, demonstration agent . . G. C. Mangum, R. & B. and gang W. K. Sellers, R. & B A. Sllivan, superintendent of poor farm J. A. Truner, county commissioner J. D. Smith, clerk of county board T. E. Mulloy, county commissioner and Pu I. P. Mangum, clerk of court J. C. King, Jr., wood . S. B. Rogers, magistrate Dr. D. T. Teal, county physician Chesterfield Telephone Co., rent ........ C. L. Meltoo, peace officer, ... .4 Hulda Rodgers, poor T. W. Eddins, salary J. T. Grant, wood J. T. Grant, deputy sheriff D. P Douglass, expense account ....... J. A. Welsh, salary a.nd stamps D. P. Douglass, salary Bank of Chesterfield, R. A B. coupons D. F. Brock, magistrate Bob Atkinson, gang Dave Kirkley, gang E. R. Knight, salary J. M. Redfearn ,wood P. C. McLaurinfi Deace officer Geo. Smith, gang ... - J. A. Knight, salary Dock Baucom, janitor Jul* Edwards, wood J. 0. Hurtey, magistrate Respectfully Submitted, E. R. KJTNGHT, jbussdipr CI r HL V \ 80.00 8*66 211.85 ? ? 85.00 I 7.60 08.95 1.00 88.88 20.88 v 100.00 *... 88.88 \ . . ' 5.00 25.00 269.01 (' 8.00 20.88 20.88 38.88 2.62 20.83 33.33 12.60 21.08 84.10 10.00 14.77 16.60 30.00 16.66 20.00 8.33 A 21.00 8.38 ' 60.00 62.60 76.00 16.66 67.50 125.00 50.00 16.66 ?nd San* 4 50 175.00, 14.80 19.43 34.62 36.08 on Courthouse 47.50 2.50 J 2.50 'A 16.00 3.00 1 6.00 9.00 5.00 2.00 2.50 8.00 * 2.50 12.00 6.00 16.66 86.11 41.11 n 106.00 nr 31.47 125.00 42.80 62.60 7.60 20.83 4.75 100.00 8.33 18.66 77.00 30.00 12.50 60.70 * 290.89 29.40 v 33.33 ' 13.75 *. 33.33 60.30 20.83 33.33 1.00 20.83 I 20.83 ! 50.75 50.00 16.66 16.66 87.68 16.66 46.00 j 34.83 A 95.65 61.50 2.10 341.27 25.00 62.80 16.66 12.60 , 19.84 12.60 k B 1282.47 17.50 25.00 60 30.02 JU 02 136.00 119.10 ? 19.00 3.00 16.26 704.00 ' 76.46 117.30 14.30 60.96 8.33 17.20 iblic Building 12.63 184.97 38.60 16.06 29.10 . 760 80.\)8 6.00 36.11 10.16 ' 62.60 63.29 36.71' 126.00 .4200.00 10.06 an nr 80.01 im 100.1/ l.f mm 83 J ' 11J tMstorftUld CouiJ II / |H / V wLrfi . ?