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BEARISH REPORT ON COTTON.
Vovernment Figures Indicate Large
Yield This Yeat--Especially Big
Washington, Oct.. 2.-The cotton'
-crop of the growing season of 1911,
which early in the year gave indica
tions that it would be one of the larg
-est in the history of the industr.. will
approximate 13,868,337 bales of 500
pounds or about 200,000 bales more
than the record of 1904. This was in
dicated by the final condition report
,of the department of agriculture is
sued today at noon, which showed
'the crop to be 71.1 per cent. of nor
mal on September 25.
While there were declines in the
condition in most States there was!
an improvement of 2 per cent. in Tex
as and 1 per cent. in North Carolina.
With an indicated yield of 195
pounds to the acre, as unofficially es
timated from today's condition figures,
and the planted area, the 1911 crop
undoubtedly will go down as the big
gest on record.
Texas Has Big Crop.
The estimated production of cot
ton, based on the condition figures of
today's report shows the crop of Te,x-,
as to be almost 1,000,000 bales more
than last year.
Georgia, Alabama, Arkansas, Louis
lana and Mississippi showed good in
creases, while South Carolina showed
The estimated production, reckoned
by the department of agriculture of
ficial method from the crop reporting
board's condition figures with com
parison of last year by States follows:
Virginia.. .... .. 17,400 14,815
North Carolina. .. 729,600 726,850
-South Carolina . ..1,121,800 1,191,929
Georgia..... .. ..2,078,200 1,820,610
Florida.. ...... 74,000 60,049,
Alabama.. .... ..1,373,800 1,223,285
Mississippi.. .. ..1,420,800 1,306,668
Louisiana.. ... .. 489,400 255,733
'Texas.. .. .... ..4,156,300 3,172,488
Arkansas.. .... ..1,019,100 847,8741
Tennessee.. ... .. 348,700 349,470
Missouri....... .. 70,600 62,159
Oklahoma... .. .. 960,300 958,955
The estimate based on the -reports
-of the . correspondents and agents of
the bureau gives~ the condition of the
'coton crop on September 25 was 71.11
per- cent. of a normal, as compared
with 73.2 per cent. on August 25, 1911,I
65.9 per cent. on, September 25, 1910,
58.5 per cent. on September 25, 1909,
-and 66.5 per cent., the average of the
past ten years on Septe'mber 25.
JIEPORT OF GINNINGS
INDICATES BIG CROP'
.Washington, Oct. 2.-Indications~
that the cotton crpp of the present
season will be one of the largest on
record were borne out today by .the
census bureau ginning report which
showed a total of 3,663,066 running,
bales ginned prior to September 25.
This was 1,300,000 bales more , thanj
ginned to that date a year ago, and1
1,000,000 bales more than ginned to
that date during any previous 'year
for which recjrds have been kept by
the census bureau.
The largest increase in ginnings
during the period were reported from
Texas, Georgia, South Carolina, Ala
bama and North Carolina. For the 21
working day's since the last gin mug
report, September 1, an average of
137,703 bales were imned. Tis was
44,000 bales more a day thani in 193.0;
24.000 more than 1909 and 1908; 81,000
snore than in 1907, and 55,000 more
than in 1906. The report, giving
amounts - in running. bales, -counting
round bales as half bales, with~ com
parative statistics to the correspond
ing date for the past tnree years and
the percentage of the total crop of
those years ginned to September 25
for North and South Carolina is as.
North Carolina, 153,642 bales comn
pared with 46,051 bales in 1910, when
6.1 per cent. was ginned; 80,498 in
1909, when 12.7 per cent. was ginned,
and 89,063 bales in 1908, when 13 per~
cent. was ginned.
South Carolina, 339,111 compared
'with 160,521 bales in 1910, when 13.3
per cent. was ginned; 265,401 bales
in 1909, when 25.1 per cent. was gin
ned, and 289,969 bales in 1908, when
23.8 per cent. was ginned.
FATHER AND SONS EILLED.
Posse Failed in Attempt to Take Wo
man Wanted as Witness.
Knoxville, Tenn., October 3.
Three men were kml ed and Sheriff
Tucker, of Lee county, Va., taken pris
oner today, when a posse of six men,
Sled by the sheriff of f>ell county, Ky.,
attempted to take into custody Mrs.
<Srla Barnett, at Gibson, Lee coun
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FOUND DEAD IN GAFFNEY HOTEL.
Coroner Investigating Death of Henry
S. Drummond-Empty Morphine
Gaffney, Oct. 3.-Henry S. Drum
mond, a popular traverling man, was
found dead in Room 26, in the Com
mercial hotel in this city, this morn
ing, at 9 o'clock. The entire town is
shocked and has hardly recovered
from the effect of the news of his
The coroner's inquest was held at 3
o'clock this afternoon, in the hotel,
but after taking up the entire after-'
noon with the inquest no verdict was
reached and the inquest was postpon
ed until Tuesday, October 10, at 1
o'clock, when it will be resumed.
It is impossible to say whether the*
young man came to his death from
natural causes, or by. an overdose of!
morphine. An empty bottle labelled
morphine was found in his suit cast.
in his room, near the ned.
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The tax books for Newberry coun
ty will open for the collection of tax
esa forh fal ye -commencing
January 1, 1911, the 15th day of Oc
tober, 1911, and will remain open
without penalty until the 31st day of
December, 1911. Upon all taxes paid
fter the 31st day of December, 1911,
and before the 1st day of February,
1912, a penalty of one per cent. will
be added; upon all taxes paid during
the month of February, 1912, a penal
ty of one per cent. will be added, and
from the 28 of February, 1912, to the
15th day of March, 1912, inclusive, an
additional penalty of five per cent.i
will be added.
The following is the levy:
For State purposes..........5
For ordinary county purposes.... 3%
For special court house.. ..1../2
For State sinking fund loan.. 1/4
For roads and bridges.. .....1
For constitutional school pur
poses... ... ... ... ... ....
Total... ......... ... ..14
Except in the following localities,
where an additional railroad tax has
been levied, viz: Mills.
Township No. 1.. 2..... ..-2
Township N6. 8.. ...... .
Township No. 9.. 2.....--...2
And except in the followig school
districts where a special school tax
bas been levied, viz:
rownship No. 1.. .... --5-.
Prosperity School District No. 14 61/4
Little Mountain School District
No. 30... ... .:-.....--10%
Whitmire School District No. 52.. 4
!happells School District No. 39. 2
rrinity School District No. 45.. 2
Big Creek School District No. 20 2
Pcmaria School District No 26.. %
Zion School District No. 59.. .. 2
Utopia School District No. 10.. .. 2
Excelsior School District No. 35.. 2
Dominick School District No. 41 2
Trilby'School District No. 51.... 2
Silverstreet School District No. 58 2
Deadfall School District No. 9.. 2
A poll tax of one ($1.00) dollar has
been levIed on all male citizens. be
tween the ages of 21 and 60 years, ex
cept those exempt by law.
A tax of 50 cents each is levied on
Persons liable to road duty may pay
a commutation tax of two ($2.00) dol
lars from the 15th day of October,
1911, to the 15th day of March, 1912.
All tax payers remember that all
property has been listed separately
and please see that you have a receipt
for each piece of property so listed.
J: L. Epps,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF .NEWBERRY.
'COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Mary F. Dominick, Corrie Merchant,
Joseph B. Dominick, Lilla Lowe,
Nina Vandiver, Arthur F. Dominick,
.Julia Metts, and Annie R. Harris,'
Marie Dominick, Samuel W. Dominick,
By an order of the court herein, I
will sell to the highest bidder, before
the cou -t house at Newberry, South
Carolina within the legal hours of
sale on lMonday, the sixth day of No
vember, 1911, same being salesday, all
that tract or plantation of land known
as the "Croft Place," situate, lying
and being in the County of Newberry,
and the State aforesaid, containing
four hundred acres, more or less, and
bounded by the lands of Thomas Blair,
A. G. Wise, Mrs. Letitia Nichols, and
W. E. Lake. Same to be sold in sev-'
eral tracts, plats of which will be on
file in the office of H. H. Rikard, Mas
ter for Newberry County, and may be
seen by purchaser, on the following.
terms, to-wit: One-third to be paid in
cash, balance to be paid in two equal
annual installments, the credit portion
to be secured by the bond of the pur
chaser and a mortgage of the premises
sold. Said bond to bear interest at
the rate of S per centumi per annum,
payable annually until paid in full.
The said mortgage is to provide that
in case interest is not paid annually
or any installment is not paid at ma
turity, then that the whole debt shall
become due and payable at the option
of the remaindermen or any two or
more of them, and that the Master
shall immediately proceed to forclose
Unless purchaser shall comply with
terms of sale withmn nye days from
day of sale, said land shall be resold
at risk of purchaser, on salesday in
December or the first convenientI
The purchaser will have leave to
anticipate payments In whole or in
part. Purchaser will be required to
pay for all papers and recording of
mortgages. The mortgages will also
provide for a ten per cent. attorneys
fee in case the same are collected by
suit or placed in the hands of an at
torney for collection.
H. H. Rikard,
Master Newoerry County.
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)TICE OF APPLICATION FOR ALP
POINiTMENT OF PUTBLIC GUAB
otice is hereby given that the un
rsigned will make application to
Hon. George W. Gage, Circuit Judge,
nthe Court of Common Please, at
werry, South Carolina, on the 18th
y of September, 1911, at 10 o'clock
nthe forenoon, for the appointment
ofthe Judge of Probate of Newberry
unty as Guardian of Sallie Beam, a
mnor of the age of fifteen years, and
mpson Beam, a minor of the age of
thrteen years, both residents of New
bery County, South Carolina, who are
enitled to an estate of about two hun
rd dollars each, consisting of an in
terst in a life insurance policy on the
ieof their father, the late Samuel
Bam, and a small amount of person
aly. The said minors have no gener
alor testamentary guardian, and no
i,competent or responsible person
an be found who is willing to assume
h said trust.
E. L. Glymph,
270 acres of land lying and being
siuate in Township No. 9, the same
bing the property of Mrs. Mary F.
Dminick, bounded by lands of estate
ofD. S. Conwill, Thios. J. Boozer, Jno.
.Dominick and etlers. This tract
hs been subdivided into several snmal
e tracts ranging from 40 to 60 acres.
Plts of same can 'be seen by appli-,
caion to Arthur F. Dominick, resident
onsaid place. If not sold at private!
sae will be placed on the market sale-I
da in November.
J. Chesley Dominick,
Agent for Mrs. Mary F. Dominick.
COLLECTION OF TOWN TAXES.
Notice is hereby given that the Tax
Bok's for the Town of Newberry, S.
C will be open trom the 15th day of
tober, 1911, to the 1st day of De
ceber, 1911, both inclusive. A penal
tyof ten per cent. will be added after
Deember 1st, 1911.
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