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The Movements of Many Pec-pl
Newberrians and Those WI-.o
M1iss Kaite MNoore, whlo hals be<:
visiting Miss Neville Pope, returm
Io her homel inl Cohmibial yestendlay
Th'lere will be Service atf fihe Ayi
Metorial Churehi by the Women
Missionairy Society onl 81undaly evel
iiu at 7 o'clock.
Mlr. (1. 4rank Wearni retunied
Nebrry ye'ray mlorinilg. Al
WNIII ilts finislied his fall trip f
his holluse, Ilie OlobeIl Tailoring Col
painy. and will inow ble ait homle uiti
I'he first of Januar111y.
MI1r. E"dwalni C. Cour-hney, repre
vintinw' Wallker iavenlel enmlpanly,(
Columllbial, is inl fthe city. to initere:
8tate Fatir visitors in thet(- new subu
of, Columlbilt, Colonial Hlei-rhts.
NIr1%.1 .. ItuithIIerfordI(I Fa lni ttenide
the (anwe liere oni At MonidaIy evenling.
Mr. and, Airs. 11. A. Cq)pe1and, wil
spent I dIiy or t wo this week wil
frietids inl the city, hiave retiriied I
Ilheir hlomle inl Cohimlbia.
irI.. y Aleni dellihall is ill itI
<eity this week.
Tl l'.1,lies' \i(l soviety (of the Li
'heranel Ch11h,o the Hedfeemier. wi
mlevt withf INUIrs. 0. Klettnier ol
Tulls(lY it1leIloon ai t -1 o'clock.
of, flie (i V will be iehl il onl e
V1hamb1.ers oI Niovemlier 2. at 7.3
0'11lock 1'. M., to provide for thle nonm
111.tit'll 40, 111ii pai l officers Jor Ill
1Ir. .11hh11 Ib.ivis, ol' this counity-v. lef
vesIen(la f* r v 121' Texas. where elit expect
Io i kc his flittire homne.
FOR A RIFLE COMPANY.
Organization of Military Compan:
For Newberry Is Being
T Il erWe I., h '(11a 1 e 1 Ilnsidlenil le 1a11
t(inthe past so4VVV.1allYs ol, or
iz/in-a railitary compay1ili inl NNW
htrry. :21 it setells likel y 1 t1h'it lte of
l,ort 122 secure siti am rIanatiiz1tiol
will bi I nud1411'. T''ore 1re man.111y younl;
mten in Newhvurry who have stwen iii
lary* NV'rv Z.1:141 ifthe 11 wp oper mlel
Wk,r1 puit it thc hieadt t)t it. Newherr,
woli ha 111ve the best iliiitary 1om111)anit
i the shate..
A\1 nelfforl wals ma4de alboullt w,
yearll's 1111 t1 secieall'p coipainy. Ther
was i> trouble whatever to seeiul.
111n1y m2ore tha fithe require(I 1111111be
but for sole reailsonl knowii to ith
sitate atutliorities tli coipny wa
nmt put inl coimIll issioI.
ryis no rethA own w Newherr:
shm 4 h14111nlot llave 11' miliry compa'ny
nnd1(l it is holeI fluit Itle effort will b
111de to or'Ilize "lne :md111 to have i
S. al tiI
Ameeitoing to th e 1id' Demoratic part
her11' called toiehedIt ite conitit
7.i 'cl . m.,'i23 for42it the purpose o
providigrte nom'ne'sa iationui tof munI
cigat offiers' fork the ensit year
of he I'oerl brough5 N t before 01 it. 11
1111y (rder '2)of.ii the centivecmit
Poliy hoder wil a to. lerk
~oi orIi. .1.0 Etunt, Ch'airn
Sotc Oddl Itellms.
SPauls, Logt. 20PracTn 0.a.t
urday aofoteo art dere o'cok 0r1
pqearatory tt deo the LodsSper
heSnd also invtation istve toran
eoe who wl issitg brterws.t
Mr. LroyTWdm. andWicker
Mame Etig wll e arredGod
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THE TAX LEVIES.
e Taxes Now Due-Taxabae Value
The County and In The City
Taxes becaeio dhe oil Oct
15. h'lle time' for the paylmen
slate and cotily bixes witlioit pi
er ly will expire oil lie last (ay of
's year, and for city taxes on Novel
The city levy is ten and one-q
to ter mills. te levy for or(iinry ,
I. :!Id counlity purposes is thirteen 1
>r inl No. I toWipiil) there is 11 11
j.. lionlal levy (if thrIee, mlills for rail
il 1)(1IOes; ill No. 8 an adhdi(ional
of two and one-half mills for
4- road pi-poses, and in No. 9 an v
>f tional levy of tlire mills for rail
3i puilposes. Inl additioll, Ihere are
-b special schlool districts ill the col
with levies ranging from one
d mill t fuoroioaCHMDHLRRDsi
mill to four anld onle-quarter n1
o In the city of Newberry the total
h for all purposes is twenty-eight
Sfne qu11arter mills. This is an iner
ol a mill Ilndi a half over last y
e 'T'lhe f'ollowing items constitlite tll
(11e.se: New court house one
.mill; .dispenlsary, onle-hialf mill; c
nary Itmunylv purposes. one-half mll
The totil (axable value of prop
ill the county, as siown by the a
y lor's books, is as follows:
i l -. ...........$3,300
P ersonal .. .. . ... .. . . 3,197
S Toal .... .. .. ......$6,498
Th otal taxable valule of prop
t ill the ity', as sownl by City C
S1111d Treasuirler. Werts's hooks, is
iteal .... .. .. .........$ 76),
PerS41onl . .. .. .. .. ..... 1.225
011 stalte 1nid eontilty taxes not I
hel"Ire thle first of Januilary at polu
"f1 onle per cenit will be added it
Fehrupry 1; from February 1
1.\1arch 1. anl additional on1e per Ce
.' rom Marc I 1i 1Marcli 15 au m
. tiioal ive per eent., March 15 Ih
th litnal limit.
T(l ourI patrolis and ltheath-r-oIn" 1
lie (if Newherry:
We take gre1-at pleasure Inl anno101
in- lthe voming of ''ZAZA,'' thle I:
tlat mad1le Mrs. Leslie Carter falm
Sind hind a run in New York of
Th11a c11ominlg youilg allt ress, 1
c Mabel Montgomery, hlas suceec
8 Mrs. Carter in the part, and we
reeommend this attraction as the I
iat has ever played in Newberry.
regret thalt it comles onl saturl"
iht, butl we were unalfe to see
i N. othler nlighlt.
Soliciting your patroilaue and ti
lin. yu will 1rn out i lar e m
suc af 'ltttaelins(a theto'o grat thea
- tOe iet 0We emin1Csofc t
lleap espctriuti ous,o
Mgrs. City) Opea Hous,
1 Th laies' of Cenra AiMeto
Ahuc ributhae of Rmaesct.
SIie aferreaad tro at1( thep
..tore nexi5l~flenft to takes fie un
;i teo Mraeriy hal, forth eei
,' inehe arsonaftge. Wmi sCr
lei'ae( enontributions ofapel
y s. Thats. lig. hin waenphrt,
Pres. oyl n f otfl midmoce.
And Tarie we Rlespfee.
.i11 I 'ullr of1 the uni ese,ha in list
- iInie isd o see i to'i( taketf
-nu t ist ell' oe'fied n
'. member Tha the Wsa'se Chi
y 1sit. ht in osirng' him w ea
I- less05t 1 oyal d faithl membehi' fr
p 2nd.l That whiCle hl we p 'ifee
'f11lv. submision to''im that dothal
n himngai whe, ' im.'al'b
.5t3r. That weexndt thalevbereh
0(wit fanesil oy h er st plenpr
iltspositio and tirigtwor fo
d tocuse, 0Wilmrcfll n
6 th. That eve ha e tur'it
boohik suchvt thohs speks wm
1>fr and a.cop live these wesalln
5th. Tatwextn to the family
- mths geaMlss Sud comedt
Miss Juli 'lawin.
THE SESSIONS COURT.
3 In Fall Term Will Conven0 on Novel
Df 5-List of Jurors Who Will
Tle fall tern of the court of
I.eo 'eral sessions for Newberry, co
.will convene oi November 5, J
the 'm Aldrihel presidig. There
the heavy docket, and it will be imp)
>e c to dispose of all the cases it
week given Newberry. The cas
Iatte nist genleral interest probably is
h 0 *1o V.I. 11. WV. 00o(I
i-l (harged witi murder in the kilhiu
I'. L. Leavell on August 28 of
levy - . i'ticleei
rail- 'ol low ia rethehecharg-yshrd
ddil- Following are the petty ji
ddi- who have been drawi to serve
I his 4urt :
tell r. tMayer.
hllt 1. 0. Burton.
il . HI. Martin.
4 I. L2. Strauss.
C. J. Zoebel.
J. Y. Joles.
B. F. Cannon,
a-e 0. H1. Lane.
I* P. I1. Yarboroukgh.
]I. C. Moseley.
r;- Geoi'ge lluftf.
ilrI C. T. Summ r.
(. A. Maffett.
y J.NX. IeCat1ill.
N. It. lester.
510 T. 1. McCullough.
81 J<. 1i. Pugh.
Tlos. ). Jonlisonl.
J. 1I. Ilhoden.
wY William Johnison,.
erk 'I'. T Dennis.
P. D. Johnson.
It. 0. liptilg.
qj. R. 0 reenl.
W'. I. WCid.
I i . Ak. McDowell,
aid Ilhos. J. Wilson.
v I?aymond Fellers.
n. F. Bedenlbaugl.
S. V. Derrick.
C. M1[. Shirev.
W. L. Waters.
0. L. Wise.
POLICEMAN CARTER RESIG1
Resignation Accepted by Counc
nle- Mr. S. J. Glenn Chosen to Fi
two Policeman S. G. Cartet tendered
resignation to city council at its i
Fis ing leld (-n WednesdCay night. Pol
ded maln Carter has beenl on the Newbc
Oanl force for nine years and has nad
lest _rood officer, being faithful to d
We and a hard worker. He does not
lay lend to leave Newberry, but will
ure -aue in work here.
iMfr. Carter's resignation was
'ns- cepted by council, and MIr. S
Iul- Mlenn, who has filled the positioi
ure' ntight watcthmiant at plicle headqin
-i ' t ers, was elected to fill the v'ael
The vacancy crcatcd by Mr. Glei
priomot ion has not yet been filled
- Our Fault.
Through an unintentional mist
the very excellent verses in The I
list aId andi News, "'In Memor'iamr of 1
hsNancy Nichols,'' signed by the I
Ie. P-. Boyd, appIear'ed in quota
der- inarks. The v'erses arc original, an
ot should have so appleared. The:
hat they were quoted does an
ith- -intstic'e to) Mr. Boyd, which it is d<
ed here to correct.
See the Great Zaza, the first e
tional drama of the season, at 01
house Saturday night.
Charleston's Gala Week.
Mr. TI. .J. Nev'ille, of Charles
eo'eached Newberry yesterday .in
then interest of Charleston's gala w
inNovember' 5-10, 1906. Mr. Ne'
re crow$ eloquent in his descrip)tion;
the attractions th'at will be furnia
oefor the peop)le oft the state. and i
out doubt the attracions wili be
adwoirt h seeing. Any everything wil
ible free. Pain 's fireworks off the
all tery will be presented at a cos
$1,500 ; $.300 has been of fered for
rish best dleoratedi float in the fi
parad)lti(e; $300 for the b)est floa
the the tr'ades display; $300 in the a
*tary driill, and sever'al hundr'ed
lar's have been donated the fire
irda paritment under Chief Marjenhof
eet carry out the display which it
nakeon the Citadel green fighi
flames, erecting a house, fillin
~av- with occupants, setting the 'heuso
fire_and saving the occupants, gi
~em a practical demonstration of the '
ov- of the departibenit.
All railroads have offered . a
Lute of otne fare, phis twe',nty-ive e4
era- for the round trip.
-Zasa, ono of the -best omotil
dramas on the American stage,
full scenic and electrial of fects
opera honse Saturday aight, The
attiaction for several weeks,
THALIAN HALL OHRISTED
uber German Tendered The Young I
By Mr. and Mrs. P. E.
ge. 'Thalian hail wvas chiristenet
ty MondaIy evening last, when Mi
Adge M's. P. E. Scott tenldered the
is it people of the city a gernian,
ossi- was easily ole of tle Imlost br-i
the social ovents in NewberrV I
e or s01110 time past.
tlat Thalian hall is in the new p
wi"11, i1 1 h4ibing. er-eted by Mr. Scol
.r o> recently Comlipleted. When Mr.
(his began the erection of his buil
a consultat ion with tihe
Ip hers of the Newberry German
-o's lie deide(l to make a hall on th
f'o r1n(d floor for daticing and
:imui11sem'uienits of this character,
hall was arraiged especially
dance hall, 11d there is no0
ier arranged hail in South Car
A POlished maple floor has been
andii was isel for the first tin
Monday niglhit. The ceiling is t
an(] (onie inl a pretty shade of
The ial is large, covering two c
stores below, and fills a Ieed
has beenl felt by the young peol
Newherry for a long time past.
Trhe rerman on Monday igh
led Iy Mrl. J1amles S. lenwick.
were many otuiples present, an
pleasure of tile OcllsiOni was
enhanlee(d by a large 1iumher of
ors from.111 every part of tle state
-erimn was at Iavor german,
ian.v new figtures were very
W ith inlspi rinlg mu1sic by Coilu
40rchestra, with man1tiy briflli t I
ini the beautiully arranged hall,
wvithI the large num1ber of gra
dancvers inl tle favor figuires. tle
wvas pretty beyond dlescription.
Ptih was served . Misses Nau
Caug-hril and 1lucile Wilsonl pres
:nt the punchl bowl.
The Library Association.
The I,Abrary association mi1e
MAollday aftern1oon. After tle re!
l,usiness was finAisled, tile electic
ofl'icers for the ensuin year was
re'sultinig as follows:
PIresidentA-Mrs. A. 1'. Browl
'S. Vice-Pres,idenlt--Mr IS. 0. MNell.
il- Treasuirer-Mris. o. B. mayer.
I Seeretary-Mrs. James Meint
The capable antd effivienlt libr
Miss Gertrude Carwile, was i
his iously re-elected.
aet- Directors. -Mesdbmes 0.
ice- IIohnes, A. T. Brown, W. 1U.
rry and 0. B. Mfayer.
e a Associate Direetors-Messrs.
uty S. Mower, W. H. Hunt, O. B. Cr
ill- and J. Ml. Kinard.
en- The library has been fortuna
h.--vinix seich able management di
ac- the past year, and all hope tiat
J. year may bring evenl a greater
or sure of success to this worthy c
ey~. Zaza, one of the best emot
nI's dramas on the American stage,
full scenic and electrical effect
opera house Saturday night. The
attraction for several weeks.
ake - -
[er. What It Costs.
hiss Editor Herald and News: Ini
tev notice of' my address before tihe 4
tioni ty unIioni some1 time since, you r
d it that I said that the state with co
Caet labor could make 10-4 aicid for
in. per' ton and 8.05 x 2 x 2 guono at
sir.. 50 per toni. WhVlat I said is
.State Geologist Sloan reported t
generalI assemb)ly that with coni
mo.. bor' the state could make 14 per'
era acid phosphiat e for $5.43, and if
base was true we* couldi add 4(
eent~ mulrate potash and1 40 per
sulphate of ammnonia anid make s
torn, ard guano for $10.50 per ton.
the Yours truly,
of~ See the Gireat Zaza, the first
hedt tional drama of the season, at<
ith- house Saturday night.
well -: ______
I be HAWES DERBY HATS.
HAWES NEW FALL DEl
the JUST OPENED UP AND AN'
t ER ORDER AT THE P'AOT
do-ALSO THE NEW STYLE
do- HAWES SOFT HATS. WE
will HAWES HATS WITH THE
g it ERAL GAURANTEE "1
ving; MONEY BACK IF YOU A E
rork, SATT8tFIED AFTER WFART
rate WHY PAY FIVE .DOLLARS
A HAT WHEN YOU CAN B1
Sina HA"T ZS FOR THREE DOLLA
SjNEWBERY, S. 0 OCT. 15,
eople Of Superintendent Oommissioners
Tht,e Coimissipners of Public Woi
o Newberry, S. C.
roun- I have the honor to submit herew
wliel a Statement showing the iecei
lIianad Disbursepnonts also the Liabilit
urinandl Resources for the Ten Mon
embraced fron Oct. 31st, 1905, to I
mstof- '.11st .31st, 1906,
t fumd Receipts.
Scott Sale of water .. .. .. ..$ 3843
lding, Sale of lights ............5367
mnemj- House wiring......... 5192
elul>, Piping and tapping .. .. 532
0 see. Are lights and Hydrantis. . 5331
other Septic tank. fund .. .. .. 500
The Cash on hand Oct. 31st, '05 751
r 1 Overdraft Aug. 31st, '06.. 077
10 on Salaries .. .. .. .. .. ..$ 3348.
netal, Fuel and Oil .. ..... .. .. 6640
blue. Piping Material .. .... .. 1945
f the Wiring Material .. . . .. 5 999
vhich New machinery account... 1370
4e of Notes Gen'l Elee. Co. . 1983
Sewer account. .. .. ..... 338
waz Office expenses .. .. ..... 226
Ihierv Cash on hand Aug. 31st... 26
I the Teams .............. 313
and Open accounts water . .... .$ 216
ra11ce- Open aceolnts li-hts ..... 250
Open l(counts wiring . . . 1625
ihia Open accouts piping . . 157
i-1h1, impr-ovemlenits aind exten
an<d sions to lines. .. ..... 848
ceful Extensions mains .. .... .261
Cene New boiler ....... .. ..... 1417
New well and pipig ...... 1800
Me- Transformers .. .. ...... 1096
iding Stables ............ 440
E,xtensioi to Sewer 217
Stock onu hand.. .. ..... 3693
t on $12024
mi of Wiring Material... .. ....$ 1924
held. piping mat erial .. .. ..... 221
New well ........... 1223
1. New boiler ... .. .. .... 605
II)- Filectr-ie machinery, notes
(en'l1 Elece. Co . ..... 1968
Extension mnainls .. .. .. 101
ash. Repairs to boilers .... .... 46
trian Stables .. .. .. .. ..3..325
ami- City Council Loan..... 1000
Fuel and Oil .. .. .. ... 770
UIc R. Insurance boilers ...... 50
Elunt Office expenses ...... 29
Septic tank .......... 606
Geo. Repairs to engines ...... 15
Mer Overdraft Bank Aug. 31st. 677
Assets in excess of Liabili
e in .ties.. ............ 2458
Imea- Respectfully submitted.
ause. F. M. Boyd, Supt.
lonal Resolutions on Death Rev.- J. 1
S, at W~hereas it has pleased our lien
best enly Father to remove from tI
honorary membore of the~ Woman
Foreio-n Missionary Society of M.
Central Church, Newberry, S.
youi Be it resolved
~OUn- 1st. That we feel honored by hal
31port ing Brother Humbert 's name on o
nvict roll and that we retain a gratef
$5'.4S and indelible remembrance of I
$10- noble life, his godly ebamuple, his wi
> the 2nd. That we deeply deploret
at la- loss sustained in his departure, by
cenit. church, by the community, and
this this society.
pei 3rd. That we' otffer to our belov
cent president in her ovrhemn 1
tand(- reavement1, our tenderest sympa t
andl our prayers that the grace
G4od may sustain and comfort her.
.1n. 4th. That these resolutions be i
scribed in our minutes and a pa
emo- therein be dedicated to the memo11(
>pera of Brother H-umbert.
5th. That a copy of these resol
tions be transmitted- to Sister Hum
bert aind hat- they be published in
Of the town papers.
Mrs.. Goo. D. Davenport,
Miss Luy R. Epps,
Mrs. W.. I. Wallace.
ith Cotton Market.
p-th Corrected by Nat Gist.
i0h Middling -... 10 3-4
he Strict Middling ...........10 7-8 A
U Good Middling............11
Dr. Brown at Prosperity.
70 I)r. Williann G. Brown, practical
21) and scientific optician, will be in
72 l'rosperity all of this week at the
95 Prosperity hotel, feully e(juipped for
90 all work pertaining -to 'his profession.
00 Hoe can fit your eyes with his celebrat
4L ed crystal diamond and Australian
74 pebble spectacles and eye glasspb,
- which are adapted to each defect of
72 tie eyes whether efected from age or
any other cause. le will be glad to
32 have you call and have your eyes ex
71 amined whether you purchase. glasset
39 or not.
50 - --- -- -.
()2 SPECIAL NOTICES.
63 WANTED-Four gentleman board
01 er s. )esirable accoinmodations
1 given. Apply at this office.
72 WANTED-Traveler for established
20 house. Twelve dollars weekly to
00 start. Expenses paid. References.
91. Address George G. Clows, Newber
0 ry, S. C.
03 FERNS FOR SALE-Different var
71 ieties at residence of Mrs. E. C.
41 Jones, Calhoun street.
10 FOR SALE-Young horse four years
7 old. Apply at this office.
97 - --
-- FOR RENT-A good two horse farm,
75 good dwelling house, two tenant
houses, good out-door building and
73 good pasture within two miles of
14 Prosperity. Good smooth land.
15 J. M. Werts'
Prosperity, S. C.
"JJUST AS GOOD" is "NOT THE
0 BEST"---buy only the genuine,
Shaw's Malt. For sale at the Dis
70 FOR SALE-3 very desirable build
72 ing lots, 74 fe't front by 150 feet
74 deep in the heart of the progres
sive t-wn of Whitmire, S. C. For
46 further information apply to
D. H. Jones,
75 Raeford, N. C.
SEED OATS-Red Rust proof. See
me at Newvberry,
vI. W~alter. S. Spearman.
v- SPECIAL SALE OF CHINA at
Mlayes' Book Store. Prices 10 cents.
~'Don't fail to see it my.assortment.
WANTED-You to see me before you
v... build and get prices en sash, door.,
uir blinds, flooring, ceiling, shingles, etc.
'." 0. W. LeRoy.
seOUR NEW FALL GEM.
WE INVITE SPECIA L AT TEN
he TION TO OUR NEW LiL OF
ie MEN'S FALL GLOVES THE BEST
)7 STOCK IN THE MARKET. PRICES
RANGING FROM 25 CENTS TO
$ 11.50 A PAm.t
y, A. 0. JONES.
of NEWBERRy, 5. 0. OCT. 15, 1906.
n-. E. H. KIBLER,
ry Office for merly occupied
By Dr. D. L. Boozer,
u- Newberry, S. C.