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COUNTY TAX NOTICE.
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 por cent addi
1 tional. Those who prefer paying in
February, 1922, may (1 so wih 2
per cent additional. 'T'hose who pre
fer paying in March 1922, to the 15th
of said monI thI, may do so by an ad
dition of 7 per cent. Aflter said date
the books will close.
Those vlho do not wish to e.ome to
the Offi"ce canl write me and I will
furnish thea with the amlloulnt due
an.j they can remit me by check,
loney order or registered mail.
Pleasse do not send money without
registering saime, as it is liable to
get lost and it is at senders .isk.
S'tatc l.evy, 12 .mills.
Ord Co.. 9 mill::.
A Coast., School, :; mills.
Ite:tdl l "rnd :::;!-- mills.
(ood Roads. 2 mills.
Special ioad, a 1-1- mills.
'Total, 36 mills.
Road ' Tax, $:.00.
ILevy for interest on Pickens It. R.
lHounIs, luinrrienne towniship, 2 mills.
Levy for interest on l'iekens It. R.
Bonds, kIastatue towns hip, 2 mills.
I.evy for interest on1 'ickenis R. 1t.
I (ondsi'. ickviens township. 2 mills.
l'oll tax $1.00. (One Dollar.)
F.very male p ersoln between the ges
II 21 to ;1 years is liable except
those excUsed by law.
" (Commutation Rtoad Tax, $3.00. All
-lal(. persons between the ages of 21
an1Id 50 years are l iable, except those
- excused by law.
Capitation Dog Tax $1.25. All
persons owning (logs are required to
pay a tax of $1.25 on each (log.
Special School Tax by Districts.
District No. 1, 7 mills.
District 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.
Disriet No. 9, 20 mills.
District No. 10, 11 mills.
District No. 11, 24 mills.
District No. 12, 10 mills.
Distric.t No. 13;, 15 1-2 mills.
District No. 1.1. 8 mills.
District No. 15, None.
W. D. Si
-District No. 16, 8 mills,
District No. 17, 20 mills.
District No. 18, 14 mills.
District No. 19, 8 mills.
District No. 20, 11 mills. ti
District No. 21, 8 mills. n
Distrct No. 22, 8 mills. , 1
Distriet No. 23/10 mills. Il
District No. 24, 10 mills.
District No. 25. 11 mill
District No. 26, 1: mills, I
District No. 27, 4 i |
)istlrict. No. 28 . n1 .
1)i.;t.rict. No. :10, 8 mi ll, 4
District No. :,8, 20 m p
District No. :;2. m,,
District No. : f:1. -" 1 m111s.
i)ist.rict 'N . :;5., ! i . 't
istrict No. :u;, It mi)
)i .tri't No. :7, 1:: LIill.. !
)istriiint No. I8 I. 1,;
I list rit No. :;. 8 is.
District No. '10. mills. A
I)istri I No. I1. mills.
District No. .12. Ia m.iills.
District No. I i. x m1,111.
District No. -.'. 1 mills. n
District No. 1r. 5 in ills. s
District No. 17. 8 mills.
D)istr it No. 1,;, t mills. b
District No. "1, 15 mills.
Dstrict No. 50, 8 mils.
District. No. 1, 8 mills.
Dist riet. No. 52, 8 mills. }4
District N. 55, 8 millM.
I st rict No. 50(, ); mills. ,
t). T. llin~ton1.
('ounty 'T'reasur. I,
TIE BlOLL WEE"L" I. AND THEl-I
C'lem on ('Mlle-?e. Nn,. L -r
the w eattih~"- e en<Hiit' h: ' "' - ~ru n
been? rather f13 vor)ab1le fo'r the boIil
weevil's preparation for the wintter
says Prof. A1. l . C;onr;ali, ent omolo-!
gist. These pests may be found now I
in both1 the futlI grown aml the kicker e
stages in and about ol cotton bolls. n1
They farmer in planning his program a
for next year should carefully "coin
ider the weather Conditions on ai . -
count. of its great influence on weevli
activity the following season. j1
To those who follow this pest
carefully it is quite apparent that,
should we have a repetition of the)
warm winter like that of 1 21, the
weevil damage may be expected to
he severe next year over the greater
port ion of the state. On the other
hand should next winter he a severe
one, the weevil may receive a (on-) r
iderable backset, especially where a
pound of m
trade will po
If you ha'
ginnery and have
'EAR MAN. F
wvere winter Is' followed by dry
eather in June and July.
Just what the winter will do the
'evil can not be forecast at this
me, but everyone knows that the
ore protection the greater will be
ie number of weevils that survive
It, Winter su-ccessfully. F arlers
lifully leaving their stalks and
ubblle (,n thett fields Should can,:dler
luat a reat 'eniy they art' harhor
a:nti what a destructivt nt'u ani'ce
wy' atre maintalininl': it tili't th, i 01 om
unlity.. Owing ti ti tipen wixathier
lt oiiortnl it 'e tI hi a i n'i ar'
ill e'xce'llent, and( e\ ry \ :; , ~ ;," i
ve(ry" comtnumt~i'y >1houhi el e'X -"" ery'
iluenen r po :"> d.' to l, v(": eve'(ry col'_
,1 Stalk d1(":t royedt~t by chopp})Ii1.- ,11(
l01Ilow n innh-r a':t the earli-st date
'TTENTION, EX-SER VICE MEN.
Th'le U. S.\', terans ' Iturea:u w\ish
t~ mutl.oune,' tlhat. al ex -ser-ice
(1n. i de1si re' t~ rI i nstate their' in
l1;1tC-' (tt if 1) ~ 1~llt' a pp\"t1ili .
rant e n d1 I t uedn.h pamet
1 as. 1 i. wit.1. s\ il h t full a ti cem
,- t e me.iialh a s :m il1a:i 0l.
It \ auth rity t in ..\Ct of
nreivill, Sp. e . \ ieut S. .1 I
mrtial amie, of the C~t. .
t t &' ure u ' l u in the
i thr Suph out this dis':riat, ar
t ic: -in Stt nd phdeal .exmi
Pic.fo ex--rice on -o wish
a. : tte ti irm- without
t Ii are1 y r to ltka avantage
fe ay ctutity to rinstme theI
1 urancet , " p-ialls'. X1ine the e -
ei in ed igthysi
a1( l i1l4 1xamin tion 11a \\now been elim1i
Says \1lr. JIohnson : "This thing is
vi-det': It always makes mhe pant
\'ly mdIlor~d he can raise mly rent
ndc then I enn't."
.F. '\Mart'in Sam B. Craig
.M. Blythe O. C. Keith
reenville, S. C. Pickens, S. C.
Martin, Blythe, Craig,
Pickens, South Carolina.
ractice in State and Federal Courts.
Pickens Oflice Phone 39.
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New Orlcan., Montgomery. AtI:.nt,. . Wwhing
Club car. I.ibrary-Obtervntion fg. No coom
Noa. 137 & 138. AT.ANTA bPF CI.l..
Washington-San Francisco touzrut t . . t
Nos. 29 & 30. BIRMINGhIAM SitreiA
San Francisco-Warhington tourist aie.: -r.;
Dining car. Coaches.
Nos. 35 & 36. NEW YORK, WASIlIN
Orleans, Montgomery, Birmingham, Atlanta
Note: Nos. 29 and 30 use Peachtree Str
Note: Train No. 138 connects at Washi
hiaving Washington 8.15 A. M. via Penna. Sy
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Drawing wnom- sleeping caan. between Macon, C<
ar routlhboaund. Dining car. Coaches.
L. Drawing room sleeping cars between lirnil
ur northbound. Sleeping car between Richmon
.TON, ATLANTA & NEW ORI.EANS EXPRESS
and Washington and New York. Dining car. (
set Station only at Atlanta.
ngton with "COLONIAL EXPRESS," through t
Trunk Line Between Atlanta, Ga. a
ID US YOUR JOB PR
ther we gin
seed as -this
n ten days.
, bring it to our
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nwuing roonm ttateroin sleeping cart. betwen
ttwecen Atlunta and Richntnd. Dining car.
lumbue, Atlanta. Waslington and New York.
ighanm. Atlanta, Washington and New York.
d and Atlanta southbound. Observationcar.
Drawing room sleeping cars between New
rain to Boston via Hiell Gate Bridge Routh,
end W ...nma n, D. C. 4r tt
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