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. JAMESCIMVAAAN WES AT
Gen Promiinent in Baptist
'-ch for T6b,-i-Seven. Yers.
rson. ' . -). 28.-Rev.
mes 1, I innan, for 37
a pronink: mister of the
denominato., dted here this
ig after a long period of de.
Chapiun had served in Bap
storates in Macon, Ga., Savan
a., Valdosta, Ga., Ocala, Flia.,
her cities. 11e. vas a trustee
reer University, Macon, and of
ithern .3aptist Theological Se
r, Louisville, Ky.
00 several years he was connect
h the Greenville Wonians Col
Areenville, S. C.
OPOSSUM GIVEN HARDING
Ar South Carolina opossum and
el of sweet potatoes were pwe
to Noble Warren C. Harding,
I t of the United States, by a
ttee fromii Hejaz emp1 Cle when
sidential special stoppe Id there
u lay enlroute to Washingtoni.
k lry George B. Christian ac
the gift in behalf of the
ent, who, with other muenhers
official par-ty, retired shortly
leaving Atlanta. Several thous
ople who gathered at the sta
velre disappointed when the
-ent did not apiear.
5WEET POTATO STORAGE.
Practical Qhestions Answered.
Inson dollege, Oct. 31.-The
u on of removing sweet potatoes
storage warehouses and storing
aere until spring or shipping
- v winter is one being asked by
u o rs at presnt. The following
f - y -from a grower and the an
by F. L. Harkey, agent in mar
r, will. be of interest to many
fter sweet potatoes have been
d and cured, can they be remov
id put in storage elsewhere, or
they got to remain in the potato
,e- warehousd until spring? Can
be shi))ed during winter after
1eply to yO"u (iuestion regard
weet )otatoes, will say that
0otltoes should not hei moved
being stored and cured except
to Ii)ose of marketing. When
4)(VS ar e placed inl storage cer
wounds anI briises are heale.-l
4 when the potatoes are untler
W c0nditionls they will keep in
itely if not disturbed; hut as
as the Potatoes are disturbed
handled, *Iew\, bruises are made
he I)otatoes should then be con
d at least two or' three weeks
having been handled.' I mn not
to say jiu.-t how many (lays po
wouild stand tip under the
our sweet potatoes c'an be load
r' malrke'ting any timel( during the
r months if you find a satisfac
market. They are ready to b~e
'I as sooni as c'ere. However,
ia rkets aure not open tintil
4 d the Ii rst of' iebrua ry, and1( it
>oss ily hb' nece'ssary for yoti to
1iotatoes utili that time in or
>get, a sa tisfactoryv price."'
'I' O1 SOUThl C ARO LINA",
DU3RTl 01" COM MON PLE'AS.
Ilalliumis, et al., i'!aint itis
pur suianlce of ai ecrietIal Order((2
-in the aboitve stated case by his
.,Jud(ge R. W\. Al emm0 im2er, (dat
c('tOber 6th 1941 I, Iwill si to
hi' shest bidd'er' Sol da y in Nox.
r, li". theo sameth'(. No.
Dn the legalu~ h1( S ar
ofkei Il. H.,Suth~ Ce;n
nt he ai we10 picrpnes more
ts> ln lot. Nd b13 (ota nne
, mi or nea thOwne hf ('mi..i
li of' Ne \ (allumsh.~w lee ave
e Nos.tti 17and n No. 1. Lot No ' l tos
n (1. One nda5-100 cret. more
enee and'l2 li-2 ('(0i aces, more01
o ljny of al eand iWthe remainde on. I
r ''~ edfit i to cmothp wit h l ev
t 12i('~ihe r(haser t. the :l Cash the
I d f th pu2':l&ci.hnr:H Mr
( ek of thenPrmnis ondto
mp and r cdns oty, San. I.
rehaOct 1 ail, 1921 copywt h
rmI fte a'i nehu h
,4V7.-,97 BALES GINNED TO OC.
TOBER""- -- -
South Carolina Has qinned Nearly
A Half Million Bales.
Washington, Oct. 25.--(Cotto of
this year's growth ginned ,prior to
Oct. 18, amounted to 5,177,397
bales, exclusive of linters, compared
with 5,754,582 bales last year mail
41,929,104 bales in 1.919 to that, datt,
the ceisus bureau 111 annoinvd today.
Roun1d bales included nlumber.
99,371, compared ,with 140,099 n
year; Amrican-Eg'yptianii include
numbered 7,498 bales compared with
14,312 ist year, and sea islami id -
eluded numbered 1,204 hales, emn
pared with :134 last year.
The ginning report in ciud es a :m
"'The departmlnen t of au~riculture n
Oct. 3, 1921, estimated that the con
ditioi of cotton erojl onl Sept. 25 w,
42.2 per cent of a normal, the w,. 4
coiditioi ever relorted, which Tu.
vasts A total production of abou .
517,000 hales of 500 pould '
Reporvts inidicate that at large rp
tion of tht crop has been -imo I.
The heaviest ginning '1
prior to this year, was that of I I a;,
when 7,303,183 bales or 6 1..-,
cent of the crop were ginned in -ior
to Oct. 18. The next large1 ginning
to that date was in 1918 whet, 6,811
35I bales, or 57.2 per cent of the
crop were ginneld to that date.
Ginnings by states follows:
Alabama --- -----------426,1 52
Ariziona- ---- ---- 8,657
Arkansas .---- ..-...-...-449,484
California..---... --.. -.-. . 4,012
Florida-..- .._-- __--- ... 8,127
Mississippi ...-... _--...... 512,007
Missouri -------------....-. 40,333
North Carolina - - -- -- - 444,964
South Carolina.-- . - - - - 494,261
Virginia ------------ 7,505
All other states - - -- - - 3,079
CLASSING COTTON BEFORE
SALE BRINGS GROWERS
A profit of $4,125,000 to cotton
growers is the value put upon the
demionstrations of cotton marketing
con(lucted at 85 sub stations main
tained' by the United States Depart
menit of Agriculture in co-operation
with State Extension Service and
comllunity orgaizations of cotton
growers. Community organizations
vay all the expenses of the substa
tions, including the salary of the
local classer, who is employed by the
Federal de pal tmen t a aa In ofmiial
salary of $1,000 a year.
The local classers have classed ap
proximately .150,000 bales of cotton
within the year. In each ease such
information as was indlicatedl as to
the methods of selling annl the factors
inifluencing the gradle andl therefore
the vailue of' a particular bale was
given) the grbwver with a view to en
couraginog the production of a su
perior arile and improving- the
padckage and niethod of handlinie and
Inlcrease inl priWes rece iveid ranged
fronm half~ a cent to 6 cents a pound,
decpiending on the localityv and
whthe r' 11 he growvers sold individual y
or collectivyely. A pproximnat ely 60,
aot b ales of' cotton wvere sold( colleet
ivolv at an average' gain of 41 ents a
CLEMSON COLLEGE NOTES.
Clemson Cl~e.(, Oct. 2P. - edl
Willimns, of near Easley, a lo ng with
s(ev1'al mor1 ie seior 0is, is attend)ii ig
the Sta te l'air in Columbmia this week.
Priact ically all iof the senlior's, and
ru!i)e a n)itnber of the alumilni wit -
ne(sed h e foot hall game playedci be
I ween Car'olinia and C'lem';on ia the
fauir on Ia st Thuri sdazes. The out
:'ome( of ti- nameit was a :2rm't tli.
IIIintment. to the .')n (h l C!i'm)h'o
terps, as we had hadl great hop1 1'
W'.nflhing tills gitfme,
Thei tr.-t edition ofi ;he 'Clem'in
o'q il was: edited 4on OeI.nher 15i.
The new editor is TP. WV. Mogan, oft
fl14ur'g, S. t . 'This edition
--d4 an arIT ele wr it by B. 0.
(of' nra Ese who wa
h tor of the Chroni~cle.
. OUNTY TA X NOT ICE .
The books - for the collection of
State and County taxes will be open
from October 15, 1921, te December
Those who prefer to can pay in
January, 1922, with 1' per cent addi
tional. h'liose who prefer paying in
l''ebruary, .1922, imiay (t so with 2
ifer ctnt ol(itioial. Those who pro
Ii. Payvinpg in March 1922, to the 15th
" said monthi. may do so by an ad
lli i -f47 per cent. After said date
the books will close.
Ih0e .q. who do not wisi to eile to
the f''iet can write me and .1 will:
furnish tliemu with the amount due
h)-I y eall remit; Ille by check,
mny order ori registered l mail.
Pleaise do liot send mlonley without
registering- .ame, as it is liable to
00 lost and it is at senders risk.
Ste te. Levy, 12 mills.
Ord Co.. 9 mills.
Const. School, 3 mills.
t h'o l and :, :-4 mills.
Rois. 2 mills.
Special Road, 6 1-4 mills.
Total, : mills.
Knel 'Tax. S8.00.
Levy f'or interest oil Pickens R. R.
liondls, Hlmrienne townlship, 2 miills.
Levy for interest on Picketns 1R. R.
lin.. l-:astatot townshlip, -2 nills.
I .vy foir iltelest onl Pike:ns It. R.
Bmnis. 'ickens township, 2 mills.
Poll tax $1.00. (One Dollar.)
Ever-y mal. person between the ges
of' 21 to 60 years is liable except
those excused by law.
Commutation Road Tax, $3.00. All
male persons between the ages of 21
aindl 50 years are liable, except those
excused by law.
Capitation Dog Tax $1.25. All
persons owning dogs are required to
pay a tax of $1.25 on each clog.
Special School Tax by Districts.
District No. 1, 7 mills.
)istrict No. 2, 11 mills.
District No. 3, 8 mills.
District No. 4, 8 mills.
District No. 5, 8 mills.
District No. 6, 8 mills.
District No. 7, 8 mills.
District No. 8, 19 1-2 mills.
Disrict No. 9, 20 mills.
District No. 10, 11 mills.
District No. 11, 24 mills.
District No. 12, 10 mills.
District No. 1i, 15 1-2 mills.
District No. 1.1. 8 mills.
District No. 15, None.
District No. 16, 8 mills.
District No. 17, 20 mills.
District No. 18, 1.1 mills.
District No. 19, 8 mills.
District No. 20, 11 mills.
District No. 21, 8 mills.
Distret, No. 22, 8 mills.
District No. 28. 10 mills.
District No. 21, 10 mills.
District No. 25. 11 mills.
IDistric No. 26, 1:1 mills.
District No. 27,.<n mlais.
District No. 28 8 mills.
District No. 29, 10 mills.
DAistrict No. 30, 8 mills.
District NCo. :1., 20 mills.
District No. :82, 8 mills.
District No. :3:, 11 1-2 mills.
D istrict Nt. :85. 8 mills.
istrict No. :86, 10 m iln.
Dist riet No. :87. 1:8 mills.
Disnviii- No. :8, l6 mills.
D ist,riet No. :89, 8 mills.
D)istrict NC). 410, 8 mills.
District No. 41,. 8 mills.
District No. .12, 18 mills.
D istrict No). .1.1. 8 mnills.
District No. 415. 41 mills.
District No. *l, 15 mills.
District No. .17, S mills.
DIistrict No. -18, 8 mills.
1)ist rict No. 419. > mnills.
Dstrict No. 50, 8 mills.
ist rict. No. 5I. 8 mills.
1District No. 52, 8 mills.
Di1stricjt No. 35. S mills.
D ieu ist No. 5';, 8 mills.
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