Deaths

George Everett Werts, Ninety Six. Floyd Edgar Smith, Greenwood. Mrs. Norwood E. Wells, Memphis, Tennessee, native of St. Charles. Mrs. J. Sam Kizer, St. George. Mrs. Henry Thornton, Prowitt, Beaufort. Hartford C. Eve, Beaufort. Mrs. Katie M. Davis, near Blaney. Mrs. W. S. Allen, Saluda county. Mrs. Pearl Rushing, Lancaster. Jack Dutton, Darlington. Mrs. Kate Biggers Richardson, Society Hill. Mrs. Rosa Barnes Fields, Darlington county. … Continue reading Deaths

Treasury Department

Treasury Department, Office of District Supervisor, Alcohol Tax Unit, Bureau of Internal Revenue, Atlanta, Georgia. Date of first publication, September 25, 1950. Notice is hereby given that on September 8, 1950, one 1930 Ford Pickup Truck, Motor No. 3438113, with accessories, was seized in Richland County, South Carolina, for violation of the Internal revenue laws, to wit: Section 3321, Internal Code, Registered owner, Sidney Ruff, … Continue reading Treasury Department

Home Grown Tales

CHICKEN REMEDY ONE day a customer walked into my daddy’s general store and asked one of the clerks for a bottle of Worcestershire sauce. The clerk immediately went to the medicine stock on the shelf and not finding what he thought the customer had asked for he turned to her and said, “I’m sorry we don’t seem to have any ‘rooster salts.” She burst into … Continue reading Home Grown Tales