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Mower and Dominick Given
Important Offices and Appoint
ments by Masons.
At the Masonic gathering in -Green
ville this week Hon. Geo. S. Mower
-was re-elected grand king in the
grand chapter, and was chosen grand
captain general of the grand, tom
mandery. Hon. Fred H. Dominick
,was elected grand master of the see
-ond veil of the grand chapter, and
was appointed chairman of two grand
commandery committees-the com
mittee on appeals and. grievances and
the committee on charter and dis
pensations. . Mr. Dominick was also
appointed on the grand chapter com
mittee on foreign correspondence.
Weekly Lenten Services at St. Luke's
Beginning Friday afternoon., 4:30
o'clock, February 11, there will be
weekly Lenten services at St. Luke's,
Protestant Episcopal Chapel, con
sisting of Evening Prayer, and a
brief sermon 'by the Rev. Mr. Par
ker. The sabject of the first sermon
will be, "A Spiritual Vacation Sea
On Sunday, Fobruary 13, the
usual services at 11 a. m. and 4:30
p. m., will, be conducted by the ree
tor. Sunday school convenes at 10
-.m., the Hon. J. F. J. Caldwell,
Supetrintendent. Mr. Cald-weR, has
been .licensed as lay reader by Bish- -
op Guerry, and has consented to con
-duet services at St. Luke's on the
alternate Sundaysl when the reetor
Meeting to- Be Held in' Columbia,
Saturday, February 19th.
The Southern Textile Association
composed chiefly of superintendents
-and overseers in the various depart
ments of the eotton mills, will hold
its regular winter meeting in Craven
Hall, Columbia, S. C., on Saturday,
There will be two sessions at 3:30
andS8p. m., and the program will in
elude an address of welcome by
Mayor W. S. Reamer, of Columbia,
response by ex President N. T.
Brown, of Raleigh, N. C., and papers
on "?The Development of the Wel
fare ,Work in the Mills," by Supt.
J.M. Davis, of Newterry; "Cotton
Carding," by* R. D. Thomas, of
Charlotte; "The Spinning lioom,"
by Supt. Geo. F. Breitz, of Bon Air,
:AIa.; "Mill Life in the South," by
Supt. Winslow, of Clinton, S. 0.;
"Power Plants," by S. B. Rhea,
chief engineer Chadwick-Hoskins
Mmll No. 4, Charlotte, N. C., and
"Dyeing," by one who dyes. These
papers are intended briefly to intro
duce the sbet,and all mill men
eligible to membership are cordially
invited to attend the meetings and
take part in the diseussions.
Interesting meetings of this as-.
*sociation were held during the past
year in Greenville andi Spartanburg,
S. C.,'and Charlotte and Raleigh, N.
C.; and as this meeting at Columbia
is to be held on Saturday afternoon,
'hen the mill men are off duty a
large attenda:nee is expected.
The council of Colony, Beth Eden
and St; James will meet in joint
session at Newbery in Dr. Geo. B.
romer 's office on Wednesday next,
th'16h at 2 p.e am. nmd
The object of the meeting is.to
'scuss the propriety of forming a
been empowered by the S. C. Synod
to formulate -pastorates within the
bounds of tihe Newberry conference
is invited to be present at the meet
We trust there will be a full rep
resentation at the meeting of all who
may be interested in the work.
F Yours fraternally,
T. J. W.
Fine Monuments. *
Mr. R. Y. Leavell i,s doing fine
work preparing monument-s, among
,which are those for the graves of
Capt. and Mrs. A. P. Pifer, Col. T.
J. Lipscomnb and for Gen. Garling
ton's parents, and others. All the
monuments when completed will be
abeautiful specimens of the art.
"I consider this graphophone sing-j
ing just as realistic as the opera."
" Ttere 's a slight buzz."
"Yes; that reminds me of thetak
ina in the boxes."
And is Shocki
On Friday, Feb. 11
FROM 10 TO 10:20 A. M.
Unbleached Muslin 3'c
We shall sell Unbleached Muslin, a
yard wide, for 3 3-4 cents. Twelve
yards to a customer.
- You Can't Affor
Having a store full of a
Goods, we invite you one
aThugl orane r ic ytm
failtywbrrney, s f c onserva-~
Ti*aktatawy ret o i
ire is tilI
ng the Entire C
IEY by FOLLO WI
On Friday, Feb. 11
FROM 3 TO 3:20 P. M.
Ladies' 15c Seamless Hose 5c
We shall sell Ladies' Seamless Fast
Black Hose, 15c sellers, for 5c pair.
Three pairs to each customer.
I to Miss This Goi
ods that must be moved
aid all to pay us a visit.
:S YND IC AT E
LAUST EIN, M~
DISSOLUTION Oe' PARTNBEBSEIP Rea
The -partnership hieretofore exist- Jeas
ing between the unidersignsd urnder solda
th. firm nam oxf the Newberry a
chinie Shops has been dissolved by Al
mutual consent, Mr. J. H. Wicker its tr
bitying1e interest ofMr. C. M. een*
Ws . .Wike.e o
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AUDITOR'S N# TICE last yv
Assesmet of Real Estate4 and Per- blank
sonal Property for Year 910. the sa
I or an authorized agenttwilbe trict I
at the following places named below,
for the purpose of taking returns of
real estate and personal property for Ne
the year 1910:
And at Newberry until February.
20th, after which date a penalty of
fifty per cent will be adden against
all. parties failing to make returns.- Of tha
While on the rounds my offiee will io
be open eaeh, day for the purpose of Sta
receiving returns. a~Cio:
The law requires a tax on al 1911
notes, mortgages anid money, also an
income tax on gross incomes in ex
ess of $2,500. Loans
There shall be a capitation tax of IOverd
fifty cents on all dogs, the proceeds uins<
to be expended for school purposes. U. S.
Dogs not returned for taxation shall cire
not be held to be property in any of Premni
the courts of this State. Banki:
All male nerson?s between the ages and
jof 21 anid 60 years, except Confed. Other
erate soldiers, or those persons in- [Due f
e apable of earning a support by be- I(no'
ing maimed, or from any other cueDue f:
J are liabl tonoll iax. ser
I the CROWDS
On Friday, Feb.11
FROM 4 TO 4:20 P. M.
An Article Evrybody Uses and Needs
at Unheard of Price.
We shall sell an article that every
body uses and everybody needs at an
unheard of price. Six to a customer.
to make room for Spring
mager Nebry S. C.
testate is tobereasse this Checks and other cash
Eaoh tract or lot of land must ts.....**
essed separately. Also state Ntso te ainl'
essor if youlhave.:bought or ~k......
fy real estate sinefe last~ year. Fatoa ae urn
property must be asseed "at c,ncesadcns. 9~
ie value in money," whieh is Sei .. ,76
ned to mean "the sum of Lgltne
for which said property, umvn- ts.. 02200 1,9j1~
dinry circumstances, would Rdmto'fn ihU
>r eash." .f . tesu- e
t ask that- your property be1 .
from the hooks the same as ~... ..
ear. The law requires that all
cty must be listed on proper i U
and sworn to by person 2isting Cptlsokpi n... 5O0M
e~ of townsMip and eh~ool dis-Unide rft lse
nust be given.pessadtxspi 2,4 )1 -
' Eugene S. Werts, I~a~.....
Auditor Newberry County.Detothrninl
iberry,S.C tans .. .......... 1066~&
RBPORTDivians unpai... .. .. . 17i036
~ Coditin o Til PepI~eNat ndiiuel d ests .u"
Speie to ch..42.65. 1O,IJ
d Bank,SattProperrer,(5 per
b~ o Soth aroJua~at he1Total.. .. .. ......$8200,12
and dicount .. teUndive statemts, ies rex- o?
~curd .. ... . 36134 bstadn of my knwldg .. i le..
iherry,n...... 65.0 Sbnsr.. .. d .. r . . -
r Nona ba6994.uter
reserve, agts 16,619.30y in1'Boehe
ieof Carolina ae t Jthe Dmnik
e gets.... 1,47.1 j ectorhek.. ..