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The~ Heir ,o the Hooran.
Ihi .< E1"I at?il; a It'iC a1re Ild
c hief clhar-acteri-tits of Padl Arm
0Urong-'s 1W c"(In1"dv. Thc Heir to the
Hoorah,'' which Kirke La Shelle will
present at the opera house on Wed
nesday, January 29.
The inter_st of the play centers in
Joe Lacy, the owner of the "Hoorah'"
mine, who falls in love with a New
port society belle and marries her.
Not until it is too late does Joe Lacy
learn that he has fbeen married for
his weialth, and that his uncoutlh man
ners on the one hand and his 'efforts
to overcome them on the other, are
estranging him from both his wife and
his pals. Lacy and his wife drift
apart, bit the heir to the ''Hoorah''
mine appears in the person of a baby
boy. who brings his parents togeth r.
Mr. Armstrong's character dra wing
is perfect': Tlhe characters are living,
breathing Westerners with the custo
mary contempt for the customs of po
lite society and of the tenderfoots
that are a part of it, in the vernacular
of the West. The Eastern cha.ra.c
ters that are placed side by side with
the rugged sons of the West are
neither impos+sibl'e nor overdrawn be
yond the limits of comedy.
"The Heir to the Hoorah'" will be
presented here with the original New
York production and company with
CREDITORS OF WEBB BROTH
BRS AND COMPANY.
Notice of a Meeting to Appoint
Their Agent or Agents And to
Transact Any Other Business.
Webb Brothers and Company, (a
mercantile firm composed of L. H.
Webb, J. L. Webb -and T. W. Blease,
doing busines in the Town of Chap
pells,- county of Newiberry, S. C.),
having this January the 25th, 1908,
made an assignment of all their prop
erty, to the und:ersigned, for the ben
efit of their creditors, the creditors
of the said firm of Webb Brothers &
Company are hereby called together
to meet at the law office of Hunt,
Hunt & Hunter, Attorneys, in the
Town of Newberry, S. C., on Tues
day, the 4th d:ay of February, 1908,
at 3 o'clock p. m. to proceed to tha
appointment of their agent or agents
and for the transaction of such oth
er business as may properly come be
fore t~ 'aeting.
J. B. Hunter,
Assignee of Webb Brothers & Co.
AUDITORS NOTICE. I
Assessment of Personal Property
I, or an authorized agent, will be at
the following named places for the
purpose of taking retur' of perso:i
al prop'erty for 1908:
At Ne'wberry Jan. 1st to 19.
At Chappells J.an. 20.
At Longshore Jan. 21.
At Walton Jan. 22.
A t Glymphville Jan 23.
At Maybiton Jan ?f.
At Whn'.ire .Ja-a. 25.
At Po'nr. 'a Jan.' 27.
At Little Mountain Jan. 28.
At 0O'Nealls Jan. 29.
At. St. Liukes Jan. 30.
At Jolly Street Jan. 31.
At Prosperity FeFby. 3 and 4.
And at Newberry until February
20th, after which time the 50 per cent
penalty will be added according to
The law requires a tax on all notes,
mevrigages and mone~ys aiso an income
tax on gross incomes of $2500.00 and
A capitation tax of 50 cents is as
sessed on all dogs, the proceeds to be8
expended for school purposes.
Taxpayers or their agents should be
eareful to assess all dogs and avoid
having sam listed by the school trus-'
tees and township assessors..
All male persons between the age
of 21 and 60 years (except Confed
erate soldiers, or those persons un
able to earn a support from any
cause), are liable to poll tax.
No return will be accepted unless
sworn to by taxpayer or some person
authorized to make same.
Persons changing residence from
one township to another should so
state to assessor and avoid having
their names entered in two townships.
Farmers and others in making returns
for their hands should pay special
attention to this.
Real etate is not assessed this
vear, but be careful to not on tax re
turn each transfer of land or lots
(bought or sold) since last return.
While on th'e rounds throughout the
county the books of assessment will
be opened each morning at 10 o'clock
and closed at 4. The office at New
berry will he open as nsual each day.
W. W. Cromner,
Anaitor Newberr'y County.
"THE RIBBON WINNBR'' and ex
aan pads art Broaddus & Ruff.
it " ri
Clearance Sale (
Will continue for one week longer.
Clothing. 1-3 off Men's, Young Men's
cent off on all Shoes. 1-4 off Men's Lai
After taking stock we find that we ha
off. Nothing like it in town. NO SUCF
should take advantage of tnis sale, it w
Clothing and Shoes "'now". DON'T DE
len's and Boys' Suits and Overeoats
The $ 6.oo Suits or Overcoats going at.......$ 4.00
The 7.50 Suits or Overcoats going at....... o.oo
The 10 oo Snits or Overcoats going at....... 6.75
The 12.50 Suits or Overcoats going at....... 8.69
The 15.oo Suits or Overcoats going at ....... 10.00
The 18.oo Suits or Overcoats going at ....... 2.Co
The 20.00 suits or Overcoats going at...... . 13.35
Boys' and Childrens' Suits and Overcoats
The $2.00 Suits or Overcoats going at...... ..$.50
The 2.50 Suits or Overcoats going at ......... 1.69
The 3.oo Suits or Overcoats going at......... 2.00
The 3.50 Suits or Overcoats going at......... 2.35
The 4.00 Suits or Overcoats going at......... 2.75
The 5.00 Suits or Overcoats going at........ 3.48
The 6.oo Suits or Overcoats going at ......... 4.00
One lot Men's Shirts, the Soc kind at........ - - 333/C
One lot Men's Shirts, the 6oc kind at...... --..-..-45c
One lot Men's Shirts, the 75C kind at ............58e
One lot Men's Shirts, the $1.oo Lion Brand for.. ..69c
One lot Men's Shifts, the $1.25 Lion Brand f:r... 89c
A big job lot of Shirts Soc and 75 for. ...... ... 25C
Also a big line of Ladies'. Men's -and Cl
just lots of other things that we are giv
can only say come and see for you rse
Also j'ust arrived a bia lot of Embroid
prices. Come to the BIG BONA FIDE
No goods will be charged, nothing se
you buy anything that. does not fit we v
ook fDr the Sign, Next
An ORDINANCE. 'lars or be imprisoned f
than ten days or senten
Relating to Street Duty in the Town labor on the publie wol
Of Newberry, South Carolina. town; Provided, that th
Be t odaied y te Myorandof this ordinance shalli
Alermen ordained Tow the Mayor an persons holding a certifi
Aldemenof he own f Nwbery'sical disability from a
South Carolina, in council assembled, censed physician, said
and by-authority of the same.notobovrneya
Section 1.,3That from and after the notson pesoerting year
passage othsodnnealprnsshall make an oath bef
betwen the ages of eighteen and fif- Clerk and Treasurer tb
ty years in the Town of Newberry, S. ability preven,ts him fro
C., a>re hereby required to perform livelihood at his usual a'
six diays labor during each year uponi to ministers of the gos]
the streets of the said town, under charge of a congregati
the direction of the street c ;erseer, employed in the public s
or to pay Three Dollars to the Clerk tute,adprospr
and Treasurer of tihe Town Council of Iabled in mltr evc
tre Town of Newberry each year in an mitryo h served
lieu thereof, which shall be due and ay Betwen wh srtes
payable on or before thahit-tr teually employed in th
day of March, provided that a re- service of the State, and
ceipt in full of commutation tax'
shall be issued to any person who
shall pay the same prior to the month
of March: Provided, however, that
nothing h'erein contained shall be so
construed as to exempt any person FOR SALE-Ten
who shall become a resident of thre fpays a dividend of fou1
Town of Newberry. at any time of Svrlnc uli
any year, from performiig the lab- Too heersdn
or o:- paying. th? commutation tax Tne oric tre rodnc1
Lerin reemired. (.ebikstr n
E.g o 11 resviolating DurchaLser.
*ai I i . y f' said labcro n"trei h c
po said commutation ta in Oin etreiteMc
the<f' Chall. upon conviction there
Everybody come. Money saving opp+
, Boys' and Children's Suits arnd Overcc
dies' and Children's.
ve entirely too much Clothing and Shoe
-I STOCK TO SELECT FROM. Everyb
ili mean a big saving and will pay you t
A lot of Men's and Ladies' Underwear to go at cut
The 35c kind going at.........................22C
The Soc kind going at.................... 37%C
The 65c kind going at....................473 c
The $125 kind (Wrights) going at. .... ......90C
The $1.75 kind going at.....................$1.25
Shoes for Everybody at a Sacrifice
25 per cent. off on Shoes, one-fourth off. A chance
for a big saving on everyday and dress Shoes.
Men's $1.50 Shoes I off.................. $1.15
Men's 2.00 Shoes 1 off:.................. 1.50
Men's 2.50 Shoes I off........ ........... 1.89
Men's 3.oo Sho. s Y off................... 2.25
Men's 3 50 Shoes . off............ ....... 2.65
Men's 4.oo Shoes/ off................... 3.00
Men's 5.oo Shoes 1 off.................. 3.75
Boys' $1.oo Shoes, one-fourth off...........$ .75
Boys' 1.50 Shoes, one-fourth off............1.15
Boys' 2. Shoes, -
Boys' 2.50 Shoes,on-orhof.......8
Boys' 3.00 Shoes, oefut f...... 22
Boys' 3.50 Shoes, oefut f...... 26
Boys 4.0 Shes,one-fourthof......30
Btoy'A 4on aphova.Godsut,ep
viii gladlyexhange.them.fo you 5
Co n rAo ve-ou t he Mf.......3ow
orno re' h oier Deand o e to of) ol
cnd to hreIALy ProidEd, how, bthave'tt
rIks,o adnyenty Whiebods eand coIha
ot appytt on androvallb Gooe dmsty bep
ti ofady tesceyo ex a che om tou
ol,adC om pa r bore the fistda
nrno or h aFr ofatmn ofteTono
or-h Si ofl twnyJebeo each com
t apply tod section3 ant all ordinahest or
aki of p-tesearty of oriaceh consitefil
-eputble nor with this olrinance Treandureo said
erinfictale o ereby repetofall memereofhi
>d, tacher an opn an ortfe neor the orst-a
cholrtifi 1 pcate sa of tJanTory of eahery Ve e
>enty s.i (Sel)iouTha Callrinans eiht
fttuhd arte, dof Jadnarye, A.ncons08.i flent
aingth la t h thsJr.iac bJ , Langd,esm
e o uaati e Euh S ereb tpald,W
m.eacbers oneCitd ratifid Truder. theior
>fthe Motatho dayof Comanay, stock, 1908., tae
icn th saem anual . J.Lnfr, .IWc
sal.pesonabl riest: Cayor.
quarntie bEstg.m for tereth no f T
memersi of~ Citya pCe tatdureasu ter~t
'ATE AD BUTONK. *a
ZOS, Clearance Sale
)rtunity. 33 1-3 per cent off on all
pats, Black Suits not included. 25 per
s on hand; hence the big sacrifice, 1-3
ody in need of Glothing and Shoes
> come fifty miles, if necessary, to get
Ladies' and Misses' Shoes
Ladies' $I.25 Shoes, one-fourth off .......... ..94
Ladies' 1.50 Shoes, one-fourth off ........... 1.15
Ladies' 1.75 Shoes, one-fourth off ........... 1.35
Ladies' 2.00 Shoes, one-fourth off ............ 1.50
Ladies' 2.50 Shoes. one-fourth off ........... -1.89
Ladies' 3.00 Shoes, one-fourth off ............ 2.25
Ladies' 3.50 Shoes, one-fourth off ............ 2.65
Ladies' 4.00 Shoes, one-fourth off .......... 3.00
In this line we handle such makes as the Krippen
dorf, Dittman & Co's., the Ultra and Union Shoes.
No better makes made.
Children's and Infant's Shoes
In this line we have a complete stock, all kin's
and prices. Will give one-fourth off on these lines
also during this sale.
Cloaks and Furs
One-third off on all Ladies' and Children's Cloaks and
Furs to close.
$ 7.50 Cloaks going at......................$ 5.oo
o.oo Cloaks going at...................... 6.68
12 50 Cloaks going at...................... 8.35
15.oo.Cloaks going at.................. 10.00
2 oo Childrens' Cloaks going at........... 1.35
3.0o Childrens' Cloaks going at.... .... ...2 25
4.00 Childrens' Cloaks going at.... .... ... 300
5.00 Children's Cloaks going at.... .......3.75
6.00 Children's Cloaks going at.... .... ... 4.00
at reduced prices during this sale, and
e space in this paper to mention. We
s all beautiful paLterns and at special
d fo'r befo're they will be sent out. If
/BERRY, S. C.
r Co.'s, Upper Main St.
rovide easy terms of payment,
riable borrowers to accumulate a fund
.hly Installments, on which interest is
Ito meet ebligations at maturity.
eaper than paying rent. If you want
reoney tobuya home take a Security
want to save money for any purpose
ecurity Contract. It pays.
n A. J. Gibson, Asstant Secretary and
er, at off ice, corner Boyce and Adams
next door to ;. Copeland Brothers.