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r a FILL .OUT Y1UR ,t.
INCOM RETURI I
t'.L l owing ptatement i s ue0
t *Collector of iriternel. Re
p r; Biadley, the District o1
Carolina, Columbia, Souti
.raJt1 .1040-a revised;and simplit
;4~or 1#ing individual. returnse o
fom r the calendar year 1921. o
a less will be dvailable Wed
January 18, 1922, at the of
ol ctor of Internal Reveriei
S C A copy will lie mall.
e tapayers .who last year filed i
itun, but failure.to receive the forri
does fiot reliove a taxpayer, of his ob.
igation .tr file -a return on time-or
o' before ,March 15, 1922. The forn:
ha. been' reduced from tiix to foul
pats. two. of which are devoted .t
"Iiet~itions which should, be care.
'fully rea'd by the taxpayer before fill.
ing-in the blanks. A study of those
instructions will greatly lessen difi.
cultles 'heretofore: encouitered in cor
rectly making out the return.
On page 1, under head of "Income'
axe spaces for reporting the follow
,itig items:- salaries, wages, commis
iona, etc.; ,income' from pai'tncrahips
fiduciaries, etc.; rents and royalties
profit (or less) from business or pro
fession; profit (or loss) from. sale 0:
real estate; profit (or loss), from-sak
of stocks, bonds, etc., and other in
cone. Beneath are spaces ,for eiter
ing deductioris,, such is interest - and
taxes paid during the yeai'; losses by
fire, storm, shipwreck, or other cas
ualty or by theft, contributions, bad
On page 2 are spaces fbr entering
explanations of the various items; i,
o. the total amount of income from
business or profession, with descrip
tion ("grocery,,' "retail clothing,'
drug store," "laundry", "doctors"
"Hf Is'HO LOOKS BEFORE
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Your lumber de
what you inten
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Write us for list of FREE Pi
and no.. substitutes" from
YOUR LOCAL DR~ALRR WILL SUI
l bwye' prmr) Og $m rents,
dyalties, sol: ofproperty, etc.
yrns Ore; r qired. of every
sir gio perssi 'and every niarried per
in not', living with hisband or wife,
lesejet income 'or 1921 was $1,000
or rnlre, and of every married person
livirng with husband or wife whose
it' income .was. $2,000 or' more. If
the conibined net: inohie'of husban
wife and dependent- minor. children
squalled or es ceedied $2,000, or if the
combitied gros .incom' of husband,
wife aiit} dependent minor children
equalled or exceeded-$5,000, all such
idcpnre must be. reported on' a ' joint
return or in ,separate returns of 4hus
bafid and wife.' If single and the net
income, includhig that of dependent
minors, if any, equalled or exceeded
$1,000, or ift the. gross income equall.
ed or exceeded $5,000, a return must
be filed, A minor, however, having a
not- income of $1,0Q0;or $2,000, accord
ing to marital status or a gross in
come of, $5,000,: 'must file a return.
The reqiirerhents to file ,a return of
gross income, regardless of the
amount of net income, upon which the
tak is assessed is, a new provision.
"Net income" is ,gross income less
certaih deductions which are explain
ed on the form. ' S
,Under each -of the above conditions,
a return must be filed even though
no tax .is due. The exeniptions are
$1,000 for single persons and married
persons not living with husband or
wife, $25,000 for married persons liv
ing with husband or wife whose net
income for 1921 was $5,000 or less
than $2,000 for such persons whose
net income was more than $5,000. The
exemption for dependents a person
under eighteen years of age or, men
tally or physically defective" has been
increased from $200 to $400. '
A head of a family--a person who
actually supports in one household
one or more persons closely related to
him (ors her) by blood, marriage, or
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nowledge with peo)
rpress buil dings p~
>ple who enjoy repa
irk won't need the big
ich the better for yout
aler knows what's wh~
d to build or repair,
u need is the grade
orry. You'll not b
Sby using the lowe
Cypress.~Buy it by ti
y board or bundle.
.ANs for (arm buildings--but in the meantime
your local lumber dealer--no matter (or w
77 Graham I'uilding, Jacksonvlle,
PPLY YOU. IP ".12 HAAM'T ItunOins CvenRW
dopto, Is granted the sMue :xemp
tbons: allowed a rharried peison.
The normal tax rates are unchang
ed, 4 per cent on the first $4,000 of
net incolne above the exemptions and
8 per cent on the remaining net in
come. The tax this year, as last, may
be paid in full at the time of filing
the return, or in four equal install
ments, due on or before March 15,
June 15, September 15, and Decem
Heavy penalties are provided by
the new revenue act or failure to
file a return and pay the tax on
' Announcement will be made
through the press of the date, of re
lease of Forms 1040 for filing .indi
vidual return of income of mor than
Farmers Meet to Choose Directors.
Three For South Carolina
Florence, S. C,, Jan..-A meeting of
the Organization Committee of the
Tri-State Tobacco Growers Associa
tion was hold in Raleigh, N. C., Jan.
5, 'to tabulate the signed contracts
from the three states.
iach state, including Virginia,
North Carolina and South Carolina,
was found to have more than its re
qlffred amount. South Carolina will
be entitled to three directors, one of
which will be appointed by Governor
Cooper. This state was divided into
two-districts by counties ,as follows:
District No. 1, Florence, Dillion,
Georgetown, Marlboro, 'Marion and
District No. 2, Darlington, Lee,
Sumter, Clarendon, Williamsburg,
Berkeley, Dorchester, Bamberg, Edge
field, Orangeburg, Saluda,. Lexington
and Aiken. From the above counties
nearly five thousand signed contracts
have been sent in and tabulated while
every mail brings in new contracts.
BUILDS FOR KEEPS."
it up a
ise if you
ple who are.
her grades of
at. Tell him
~r grades of
e trade mark
insist on "CYPR ESS
at purpose you buy.
Insist on)~ "Tide
you can idenftify
tby this mark:
S LET US KNOW AT ONCE..
Million Packets Of
Flower Seeds Free
We believe in flowers around th
homes of the South. Flowers brighten
up. the home aurroundings and give
pleasure and satisfaction to those who
We have filled more than a million
packets of seeds, of beautiful yet
easily grown 'flowors to be given to
our customers this spring. '
ouldn't you like to have - five
packets of beautiful flowers free?
YOU CAN GET THEM! Hastings
1922 catalog is a 100-page handsomely
illustrated seed book full from cover
to cover of truthful descriptions and
illustrations of vegetables, flowers and
farm crops. It is full of helpful gar
den, flower and farm informition that
is needed in overy Southern home.
and, too, the catalog tells you how to
get those flower seeds absolutely free.
Write for our 1922 catalog now. It
ii the finest, most valuable and beau
tiful seed book ever. published, and
,you will be mighty glad you've got it.
There is no obligation to buy any-,
thing. Just ask for the catalog, and
it will come by return mail.
H. G. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN,
On January 30, each county will
hold a meeting of the signers at its
Court House, at 10 o'clock a. m., for
the purpose of electing delegates.
These delegates will be elected on a
basis of one for each mililon pounds
or majority fraction thereof under
contract. Every member or signer is
supposed to attend this county meet
ing on January 30th. On February
2, the delegates elected will convene
in their District meeting point to
choose a director for that district.
The delegates for the First District
will meet in Florence, and the dele
gates for the Second District will
meet in Sumter.
At the meeting in Raleigh ,the fol
lowing action was taken: "Owing
to pressure brought on the Commit
tee from g ewers in the three states
who had not yet had an opportunity
to sign, the committees decided to
continue the campaign for signers on
the same basis-until "elruary 2, 1922
when the Board of Dir0etors will as
sume control." Those signing prior
to or at the meetings on January 30
can participate in the election of de
legates. An active campaign drive
will be made from now until I''ebru
ary 2, in this state for a 75 per cent
Any persons needing contracts for
themselves or for their neighlpr can
obtain then by dropping a postal to
T. B. Young, Florence.
DESitROY TIHE i1OLI,
WEEVIL WINTER QUAlTERS
Clemson College---"So far the wee
vil has not suffered seriously on ac
count of the winter weather," says
Prof. A. F. Conradi, entomologist, in
answering inquires about the prob
able infestation next season. "It is
entirely possible that we may yet
have very cold weather, but with a
pest as serious as the boll weevil, it
is necessary that we consider every
possibility. There are yet many
fields with stalks and stubble on them
many unkept dlitch banks many un
kept orchards, andi many margins of
wvoodls offering shelter to this pest. It
is diflicult to conceive howv any farm
or can afford to take time to go squir
rel hunting wvhen these menacing
winnter hotels for the weev'il on his
farm i are staing him in the face
Staite of SouthI Carol inau
County of Clarendon.
Court of Common PfOleas('n
Ida Levi, Plaintiff,
.Johnny, Davis and D). WV. Aldiermian
antI Sons Comnpany, De'fendanlts.
Pursuant to a [Decree of the Court
of Common P'lens for said County andi
State made in above en titled action
dated December 3i1st., 1921, 1, .J. E.
G;amble, Sheriff of C'larendon County
wvill ::ell at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash, in front of
the Court lIfouse dloor' at Manning,
S. C., on Mondlay, lFebrnanry f;h, 1922,
being satlesdamy, wvithiin the legal1 hours
for judicial sales, thne following tie-';
scribed real estate:
"All that piiece ,par'cel or tract of
land lying, being and situate in the
Comity of Clarendon, South Carol ina,
containing twenty-four (241) acres,
more or less, as per plat of G. TI.
Floydl, Civil Engineer, lodged in
JTudgment Roll No. 4476 in the oflice
of the Clerk of Court for Clarendon
County in the case of L~utit in Davis
and others against .Jamnes Arthur
Davis and others and designated on
said plat as Lot No. 7 and bounded
and butting as followvs to wvit:
North by lot No. 6 awarded to Nabor
Davis;, Eas't by lands of Mrs. Rosa
Wemnberg; South by lot No. 8 award
ed to Carter Davis now the property
of Estate of A. Levi; anid West by lot
No. 4 awardled to L~utitia Davis and
landls now or formerly of Rober-t
Purchaser to pa y for papers.
J1. E. GA MBLE,
Sher iff of Clarendon County.
CHICH ESTER S PILLS
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Efird' s Efird's
Offers a Wonderful
LADIES' UNION SUITS
$1.00 Ladies' light weight Union Suits at ..68c
SHIRTS AND PANTS, 85c
Ladies' heavy fleece lined shirts and drawers
at ------- --- ---- -- --------- -85c
LADIES' COMBINATION SUITS, 98c
Ladies' light weight combination suits, value
up to $1.50, at -----------.--------98c
BLANKETS AT AFTER-INVENTORY
Lorraine Blankets, size 72x84 ---------$8.75
Chatham Blankets, size 72x84 --------$9.50
Lorraine Blankets, size 72x84 ----------$6.95
Chester Blankets, size 64x80 and 72x80 $1.98
Wear Well Blankets, size 72x80 .-------$1.65
Nashua Wool Nap, size 60x76 ---------- $2.35
Nashua Wool Nap, size 66x80 _---------$4.50
Lorraine Nap, size 66x84 and 72x84 -._-$5.00
Shawmut Nap, size 636x80_-__--._.......$3.35
COTTON BED) COMFIORTS
A. P. C. Comforts, regular siz"es, $5.98 grade
One lot Snowdrift Comforts, regular -size,
$7.50 value ---------.9
A. P. C. largt size, $9.50 value$55
81x90-Mohawk Sheets ..- - $1.415
81x90-Crestwood Sheets .~~$1.45
81x00--Dan River Sheets .- -.. $1.18
6i3x99--Pick Wick Sheets ~ $1.45
63x90-Special Leader Sheets ~ $1.29
81x90--Courtland Sheets ...-. -98c
72x90--Woodbine Sheets . -6.~.~ ~A9c
81x90-Whitmnan Sheets $1.75..
80x90--Cor'ded D~imity Quilt $1.95
81x90--M~onoghan Krinkle Spreads $1.95
72x90-D)imity Spreads ..---. $.4
72x 99-Stevens Crochet Spreads --- $2.95
86x99-Stevens Crochet Spreads $4.35
80x90-Stevens Crochet Spreads $33
SUMTER. S. C.