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Deceniu cc, i9.
liment to Miss Schumpert.
lowing is from the Au
rald of a recent date:
s. Porter Fleming is due
ction of giving one of the
'lliant and beautiful social
of the season in the after
rd party at which she en
d a large number of friendc
pliment to Miss Elizabett
rt of Newberry, S. C. Th<
rlor floor of Mrs. Flem
utiful home was throwr
the guests and was floodet
it1 e brilliancy, the dismal in
clem y of the weather withou
but intensifying the cheery comfor
within. Tall vases of crimson car
nations and American Beauty roses
the flower which has ever since he
girlhood been so closely identifiei
with Mrs. Fleming, whose pictur
leading magazines have portrayei
as "An American Beauty" holdin4
an armful of these queenly lo
soms, were placed about the'beau
tiful apartments, while an occasior
al stately palm gave a tropici
background to the beautifull
gowned women. There were twer
ty-seven tables of four hand euch,
and the Christmas idea was par'
mount throughout the game. TI
score cards were emblazoned wit
pictures of jolly old Santa Clal
and the lone hands were scored :
attaching tiny vignettes of Sani
Claus and crimson holly berries. I
the award of the consolation priz
a charming old Santa laden wi
tiny stockings filled with bon-bor
was passed among the guests, M,
Will d'Antignac securing the luc
one, was presented *ith a han
some bronze letter rack. The fir
prize, a hndsome sugar bowl a
tongs, was awarded to Mrs. Robe
Fleming, Jr., and the lone hand,
handsome antique brass candel
bra, to Miss Grace Dugas., T
booby, a gold miniature fratne, w
presented to Mrs. Frank Flemir
Champagne punch regaled 1
You to know when y
presents that we hav
Collars, Gloves, Belte
cinators, Sofa Pillows
Table Linen; Towels
merous to mention.
us. You will find lots
.know tne b
and ve i
guests during the game and at its
conclusion an elaborate course sup
per was served.
Mrs. Fleming in a dainty gown
of pink point d'esprit and lace, was
assisted in receiving her guests by
Miss Schumpert, who was very
lovely in white India silk and lace.
Assisting in the scoring were Mrs.
i Argo, Mrs. Charles Bell, Mrs. Jas.
Brnson and Miss Jenna Garrett.
Some Cotton Facts.
Cotton reached its. lowest price
t this year on January 27th, when
t the New York price was 7 cents. It
-vas below 8 cents until 2Aarch 20th,
when it reached 8.20. Then it
r fluctuated between 7 and 8 cents
until June 16, when it reached
e 9.15. The first io cent notch of the
year was reached on June 3oth,
7 when the price was 10.15. On
July 21st, it brought> 1i cents.
- From September i to November 3,
i- it was a fraction over io cents. It
iL passed the i i cent figure on Novem
y ber 3, and has been up about 12
- cents since December i.
-_ SALE OF LAND.
I will sell at public outcry before
h the courthouse at Newberry on sales
5 day in January, io6,.within the legal
p hours of sale the following lands of
the estate of the late 3. L. Counts:
Forty acres, more or less, near the
town of Prosperity, bounded 'by lands
of A. P. Dominick, T. C. Counts, L.
th M. Counts and others.
Eighty-eight acres, more or less, in
No. 9 township, bounded. by lands of
Bennett Connelly, D. Henry Wheeler,
Robert Moore and others.
Terms of sale: One half the pur.
st chase money to be paid in cash,.the
d balance in twelve months, with inter
est from day of sale at eight per cent
a .per annum, 'the credit portion to be
secured by the bond of the purchaser
- and a mortgage of the premises-with
ie leave to the purchaser to pay all cash
'as if he so desires. Purchaser to pay for
Mrs. L. M. Counts,
e Executrix of estate of J. L. Counts.
ou are buying your Xmas
e a fine line of Ladies
and H andkerchiefs, Fas
Sand Cord, Windsor Ties,
and other things too nu
Be sure to come to see
;of nice things.
,rity, S. C.
been in the I
est.' We have
>iCked the Oh'
c Plow built.
SUPERVISOR'S OFFICE. - IN
Notice is hereby given that ~the
:ounty Board of Commissioners will, the
n the 4th day of January, 1906, elect tri
keeper for the County Home at a
alary of twenty-five dollars per son
nonth, and a county physician -at a ed,
alary of one hundred and twenty-five sai(
[ollars per annum; said county phy- Ne
ician shall be required to furnish all
ecessary melicines. 22r
Applications may be filed with me
ither of the undersigned on or be- cha
ore said date, at 12 o'clock noon. Ad
J. Monrqe Wicker,
Fred H. Dominick, Clerk.
3tate of South Carolina,
County of Newberry.
Edward R. Hipp, Plaintiff,
Henry Herbert and others, Defend
In the Court of Common Pleas. t
By virtue of the decree of the the
Court herein, I will sell to the highest es
bidder at public outcry, before the
Court House door at Newberry, S. C.,
during the legal hours of sale on the
First Tuesday, (Salesday) in January,
i9o6, that certain tract of land situate
in Newberry County, said State, con
taining seven.teen acres, more or less,
and bounded by lands of Randolph
Jefferson, Estate Richard Pearson, I.
H. Boulware and others.
Terms of sale: Cash. Purch-aser to
pay for making of deed.
H. H. Rikard,
Master Newberry County.
Master Newbrerry Countg. 2c
State of South Carolina, f
County of Newberry,
Court of 'Common Pleas.
Martha C. Caldwell, Plaintiff r
James Sims, Leander Sims, Everlenn 'rr,
Sims, Fayette Sims, Mary Sims, c
Fannie Sims and Samuel Sims, De- ai
By virtue of an order. in the above 54
stated case I will sell before the b
Court House at Newberry, S. C., on
Salesday in January, 1906, within the n
legal hours of sale, all that tract ort
plantation of land situate, lying and
being in Township No. 3, in said. a
county and state, containing One d
Hundred and Fifty acres, greatly e
more or greatly less, bounded 'by 0
lands of Mrs. Sallie A. Henderson, P
Mrs. Addie Hodges, estate of B., H.
Maybin, deceased, or his widow, Mrs.Y
Ettie Maybin, and 'by lands of or inm
possession of W. B. Oxner. a
Terms of sale: One third of .the
purcha:se money to be paid in cash,
the balance in one year with interest
from day of sale, the credit portion to
be secured by the bond of the purchas
er and a mortgage of the premises
sold-with leave to the purchaser to
pay the whole amount in cash. Pur
chaser to pay for papers and for re
H. H. Rikard,
December 6, 19o5.
RIBLE 080 PLOW
Notice of Final Settlement
otice is hereby given that we,
undersigned, as Administra
: and Administrator of the per
al estate of David Hipp, deceas
will make a final settlement on
. estate in the Probate Court for
wberry County on Monday the
d day of January, 1906, and im
liately thereafter ask for a dis
rge as such Administratrix and
R. H. Hipp,
dministratrix and Administra
of David Hipp, deceased.
ssessment of Real Estate and
-sonal property for yea-, 1906.
, or an -authorized agent, will be at
following places named below, for
purpose of taking :eturns of real
a-te and personal property for -the
t Newberry January 1st to 14th
t Whitmire Monday, January 15.
t Maybinton Tuesday, January 16
t Glymphville Wednesday, Jan.17
At Walton Thursday, January 18.
At Pomaria Friday, January 19.
At Jolly Streec Monday, January 22
At Little Mountain Tuesday, Jan. 2,
At O'Neall Wednesday, January 24
At St. Luke's Thursday, January 2C
At Prosperity Fri. & Sat. Jan. 26, 2
At Longshore's Monday, January 2
At Chappells Tuesday, January 3<
And at Newberry until Februar
th after which time a penalty of 5
r cent will be added against partie
iling to make returns.
While on the rounds my office wi
open each day for the purpose c
ceiving returns there.
The law requires a tax on all note
ortgages and moneys, also an it
>me tax on gross incomes of $2,5C
There shall be a capitation tax
) cen:ts on all dogs, the proceeds I
expended for school purpose
Iogs not returned for taxation sha
~t be held to be property in any
ie Courts of this State.
All males 'between the ages of
rad 6o years except Confederate sc
iers, or those persons incapable
arning a support 'by being maim4
r from any other cause are liable
Real Estate is to be reassessed tlh
ear. Each tract or lot of land mu
e assessed separately, also state
ssessor if yon have bought or so
ny real esta-te since last year.
All property must 'be assessed
:s true value in money" which is co
trued to mean "t:he sum of mnon
or which said property under or<
tary circumstances would sell f
Don't ask that your property
aken from books the same as
rear. All property must be lis-ted
roper blank and sworn to.
Name of township and school d
rict must be given.
W. W. Cromer,
Auditor Newberry County
r the farmt
is the only
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semi annually and the instrument is
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Columbia, S. C.
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W. B. RIKARD
is now in The Herald and,
News Office where he willdo
your work promptly and under 7
0 Give him a trial.
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