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Of 'county supervisor for quarter j
ending September 30, 1912:
77S Levi Gruber, pen $ 4.00
| 779 J N Feagle, r&b 5.00 j
780 Mrs Emily Horton, paup.. 2.00
781 S R Metts, r&b 15.20'
782 E D Richardson, r&b 4.48:
783 J A Schroder, r&b 15.00
784 J L Thomas, r&b 25.00
785 Jno A Suber, ferry 44.00
786 L T Thomas, r&b 4.00 j
"787 J C Coats, cons fees 2.10j
788 J A C Kibler, r&b 3.50 [
L? 789 Dixie Culvert & Metal Co,
T&b 1,089.60 j
. * 790 Atlas Oil Co., co h 33.00 ;
I 791 Walker, Evans & Cogswell
Co, off sup
792 Dr E X Kibler, chg 1.00
793 Dr G F Klugh, post -nor 5.00
794 James Smith, com tax 3.00
795 Dr C T Wyche, lun 5.00
796 Dr C T Wyche, lun 10.00
797 Spence Wilson, com tax.. 2.25 j
798 J P Wicker, r&b 8.00 |
? 799 J B Rawl, r&b 46.3S
800 J A Brown, r&b 7.24
801 S B T & T Co, off exp ... 3.00
802 Jno B Bedenbaugh, com tax 10.00
803 P X Boozer, r&b 16.35
804 J A Sease, r&b 373.04'
S05 G D Lathrop, pen 4.00 j
806 J E Filliams. pen 4.00'
807 Mrs L Livingston, panp... 2.00;
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808 Levi Gruber, pea i.wj
809 C S Bedenbaugh, com tax... 5.751
810 J B Chambers, pens 4.00
811 J Wl Koon, pens 4.00
S12 J H Bowers, com tax 14.00
813 D N Livingston, r&b 2.88
814 C G Corley, ferry 16.66
Slo J T Abrams, com tax 12.00 j
S16 E H Au 11, supt, off sup.... 12.62 i
817 T P Richardson, r&b 60.50 :
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818 Geo D Hentz, r<fcD ai.ovj
819 E F Franklin, r&b 6.25
820 J D Richardson, r&b 4.00!
821 W H Nichols, r&b 13.60 j
822 I N Wesson, pens 4.00j
823 J A Enlow, pens 4.00;
824 Jim Wise, chg../ 2.50
825 W W Willingham, pens.... 4.00
826 Mrs M Troutman, pau 2.00
827 A T Dennis, com tax 3.00
828 E T Mayer, r&b 2.25
829 Philip Spotts, pens j
^830 Win Chappline, com tax... 3.00 I
' 831 J G Miller, chg 4u.uu;
* 832 J W W^rts, chg 35.00!
833 George Suber, chg 30.00'
834 S C Baker, r&b 29.46
835 S C Baker, chg 8.63 j
836 W A Shealy, pens 4.00 j
837 J E Sterling, r&b 6.98!
838 Levi Henderson, chg... ... 3.67;
839 Levi Henderson, ferry ... 17.00
840 D E Oxner, co h 37.40;
841 Odom Bros., r&b 52.20 j
842 W W Bishop, paup 2.00 j
843 George Richardson, r&b 16.50;
844 Jno A Suber, ferry 7.50
845 J F Riser, r&b 315.90
846 Mrs Mary J Boozer, paup.. 2.00
847 Ace Story, r&b 17.00
848 J R Spearman, Jr, r&b 10.96
849 W N Shealy, r&b 14.28
850 Ernest Gibson, com tax.. .. 14.00
851 Ernest Gibson, com tax.... 9.86
852 Jim Monts, chg 50
853 M L Cousins, paup 2.00
r 854 Mrs Emily Horton, paup... 2.00
855 H H Ruff, r&b .. 9.00
* 856 J L C Davenport r&b 19.50
857 J H Bowers, com tax 18.00j
858 M Pitts, com tax 12.00j
859 H L Boozer, com tax.. .. 25.751
860 W H Nichols, com tax.. .. 6.00 [
861 C L Wilson, com tax.. .. 4.50 [
862 C L Wilson, r&b 13.87
863 J P Davenport, ccm tax.. 2.00
864 J R Hendriy, com tax.. .. 2.00 j
865 John Mack, r&b 9.25 j
( 866 J H Cromer, r&b 5.00 j
867 Tom Gilliam, ferry 10.00;
868 B W Oxner, com tax 2.001
869 Pope Morris, com tax 12.00 j
870 T B Richardson, com tax... 5.50 j'
871 J S J Suber, ferry 22.00:
872 J F Harmon, com tax.. .. 4.00|
873 D F Boozer, com tax 6.85 '
874 J M Jones & Co, r&b.. .. 25.00;,
875 Joe W. Hunter, r&b 10.84j
876 M M Dickert, pens 4.00'
877 Prosperity Hdw. Co, r&b... 15.37
878 W E DeHihns, ferry 20.75;
879 I M Smith, r&b 1.00 j
880 I M Smith, r&b 2.00!
* 881 J A Brown, r&b 51.95!
882 J W Caldwell, ferry 2.50!
883 Ray Feagle, com tax iz.iu,
884 S I Harmon, com tax 6.00 j
885 S B T & T Co, off exp.. .. 3.00 "
886 J R Spearman, Jr, com tax.. IS.00 ,:
887 C C Glenn, com tax 17.80 !
888 George Sheeley, com tax... 4.00 :
889 Orlando Suber, com tax... S.00 '!
890 T B Sheeley, com tax 6.00 i
891 J E Sterling, com tax 10.25j
892 J W Cromer, com tax 9.00 *
893 A L Davenport, com tax... 2.00
894 Jim Gauntt, com tax 6.00
895 J W Taylor, com tax.. .. 2.00 |
896 R L Rankin, chg 5.28 j
897 W J Ruff, com tax 3.00'
898 C D Shealy, r&b 73.92
899 Marion Long, com tax.. .. 10.00 J
900 Luke Griffin, com tax 8.50;
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yoi I J (iiDson, ens 1
902 F S Harmon, r&b 1.70
903 J L Meyer, chg 2.SO !
904 R C Carlisle, com tax 10.00 :
905 G W Dominick, chg 14.06j
906 J C Waldrop, com tax o.OOj!
907 J T Dominick, com tax.. ..
BUY IHC Wagons
IT/'OU cannot farm w
more than you can
a stove. You worl
and harder than anythinj
Buy a wagon that lasts
age. It is an easy thing
wagons which are painte
The difference in wago
paint. It is the materi
entering unto the constru
which make them the be
We want every purchas
I before buying, that wh<
advertised as having oak
axles, and long leaf yellc
I these are the materials 2
When an I H C wagoi
barn, that farmer has one
easiest-running farm wag
can make or that money <
need to speculate in buyi
wagons are made for n;
special features adapted
Weber and Columbus ha^
Bettendorf and Steel K
The I H C wagon deale
the wagon best suited tc
Ask him for I H C wage
IH C Service
. The purpose of this Bui
of charge to all. the best i
on better farming. If you
tions concerning soils, cro
IgailUU, 1 CI UIUCI a, ciu, mam
and .send them to I H C Ser
Building, Chicago, USA
908 J G Miller, chg 40.00 9
909 George Richardson, chg 35.00 9
910 Mrs S Holt, paup 6.00 9
911 Philip Spotts, pens 4.00 9
912 I N Wesson, paup 4.00 9
913 G D Lathrop, paup 4.00 9
qii \frc p Shpplftv. nauD 4.00-9
915 Mrs L Livingstone, paup.. 2.00 9
916 Levi Gruber, pens 4.00 , 9
917 W A Shealy, pens 4.00 '
918 Mrs M Troutman, paup.... 2.00 ^
919 J R Rivers, pens 8.00,'
920 W W Willingham, pens 4.00 |
921 J B Chambers, pens 4.00 ;
922 J A Enlow, pens 4.00 f
923 W W Wicker, com tax 6.97 S
924 J T Dickert, com tax 3.75 i-e
925 W W Wicker, ccm tax 6.00 ' s:
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926 J vv tienarix, com uia i.uu
927 J W/'Koon, pens 4.00 *
923 W E Schump-ert, com tax... 12.00
929 J T Dickert, r&b 8.00
930 J L Fulmer, ferry 7.50
93,1 J E Williams, pens 4.00 e
932 Levi Henedrson, r&b 3.00
933 W C Brown, com tax 3.90 *
934 D F Boozer, com tax 11.10
935 J I Boozer, com tax 2.25
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936 G M Werts, r&D o.,o
937 G M Werts, com tax 87 b'
938 J F Harmon, com tax 3.62
y39 W W Bishop, paup 2.00 a
940. R B Hunter, com tax 8.00 S
941 Mrs Mary J Boozer, paup. . 2.00 a
942 Gearge Suber, chg 32.50 6
943 D C Fullmon, com tax ... 2.00 S
944 D E Oxner, co h 37.24 st
945 C L Graham, r&b 53.75
946 G F Stockman, r&b 25.00 1
947 G F Stockman, com tax... . 4.30 *
94S G E Dominick, ferry 7.50 J
949 H L Boulware1, r&b 2.50
950 B F Mills, com tax 6.00 IN
951 Ace Eigner, ferry 20.00 |S
952 J F Summer, com tax 4.00 I
953 Jno A Suber, r&b 4.00 I
954 J F Hawkins, com tax 18.50 I
956 J Y West, r&b 79.90
956 A L Davenport, r&b 9.04
957 J W Werts, cbg 41.60 |
958 L L Suber, com tax 6.00 I
959 L L Suber, chg 1.75 I
960 Jake Clark, com tax 8.00 I
961 J Guy Miller, r&b 10.16 I
562 Au 11 & Hipp, r&b 12.55 I
963 G W Chapman, r&b 37.1.^ I
964 H H Ruff, r&b 4.85 I
!>6."> X J Martin, com tax 2..",o I
at AT o., + y-RVi . if? 71 i
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967 J Y Floyd, Sr., r&b 61.86 I
!?6S F W Davis, com tax 9: Oil I
909 C C Glenn, com tax... 7.00 |
970 J C Abrams, com tax 19. r?o I
971 Dave Scurry, ferry 6.00 j 1
S72 S B T & T Co, off exp 3.00 j|
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for True Economy I
ithout a wagon any
i keep house without
i your wa^on oftener i
y else on the farm.
longer than the averto
do, even though all
d alike may look alike.
ns is underneath the
al and workmanship,
ction of I H C wagons,
Mew Bettendorf ;j
cf wacrnn invp<;tmpnfc
ier to convince himself
in I H C wagons are
or birch hubs, hickory
>w pine box bottoms,
i reaches a farmer's
5 of the best-wearing,
;ons that skilled labor
can buy. There is no
ng a wagon. I H C
ation-wide uses, with
to local conditions.
/e wood gears. New
ing have steel gears.
:r in your town sells
> your neighborhood. |
>n literature, or, write
Company of America
reau is to furnish, free
nformation obtainable ,
have any worthy ques- MmlmUl
ps. land drainage, irri- JfoUfTw
2 your inquiries specific /Stl/v
vice Bureau, Harvester Jjmj\
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74 J T Pitts, com tax 11.75
75 W S Nobtes, com tax 12.00
76 B W Oxner, r&b 6.00
77 James Smith, com tax 4.75
78 L I Feagle, co sup, off sup.. 7.50
79 H O Long, r&b 18.78
80 A L Coleman, ferry 5.00
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H. C. Holloway.
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His Escape Was Timely.
When Frank King returned from the
panish-American war he was askd
to tell of some of his experiences,
ays the Kansas City Star.
"How long were you in the hospital j
H:n vnn tvorp sh'-vf*" Pip asked. I
"Stayed just five days; couldn't j
tand it amr longer."
"Why so? Were you not well treat- |
"Well you see, when I went in there
ere six patients. The first day they
"Well, what of fhatr'
"Nothing; only the next day they
uried another. I knew my turn would
in time. I went in on Monday,
nd I knew I would be carried out on
Saturday. So I packed my kriapsack
nd left on Friday. If I hadn't I'd
urely have been buried on Sunday,
lix days?one man each day. I couldn't
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Jew Corn Whiskey
This is a. genuine, white 100 proof
3W corn whiskey?when we say 100
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customers. We can please you I
the same as we do others. Send I
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I JAS. McINTOSH,
For Hoose of Representatives.
H. H. Evans is hereby announced
aa a candidate for the House of Rep*
resentauves irom ANewLrtuij wuu^,
and is pledged to abide the result of
the Democratic primary.
C. T. Wyche is hereby announced
as a candidate for re-election to the
Legislature from Newberry county,
subject to the Democratic primary. /
For County Superintendent of Education.
I am a candidate for election by the
people of Newberry county to the office
of County Superintendent of Education,
which office I am now filling
for an unexpired term by appointment
from the State Board of Education. I
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win auiue tut; lesun ui wc *'viiiwn?wv
primary. Elbert H. Aull.
George D. Brown, Jr., former superintendent
of the Prosperity high
school, is annouced as a candidate for
County Superintendent of Education.
He will abide the result of the Democratic
To the Voters of Newberry County:
At the solicitation of many friends I
have concluded to make the race for
supervisor, and if elected I will stay
on the job and work for the best interest
of the county and will give you
the best service that I am capable of;
and I hereby pledge myself to abide
the result of the Democratic prinjary.
W. A. -Hill.
J. Monro? Wicker is hereby announced
as a candidate for County
Supervisor, subject to the Democratic
For Connty Commissioner*
Joe W. Epting is hereby nominated
for the office of Sub-Supervisor, and
is pledged to abide by the results of
the Democratic primary.
I hereby announce myself as a cani
didate for re-election as County Commissioner,
subject to the Democratic
primary. L. C. Livingstone.
I am a candidate for re-election as
County Commissioner, and will abide
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Stock, - $50
be a Farmer, or a Miller, or a
s not what yonr trade or pro
or money in the bank 'It wi
a rainy day or a day when y
earn as much as now. .'
l Tl ill U__ TL,
IK inai Always nas tut
Cent Interest Paid on Savings
President J.*t NO
the rules of the Democratic primary. |
Custus L. Leitzsey. j
Thomas L. B. Epps is hereby announced
as a candidate for County
Commissioner, and will abide the result
of the Democratic primary.
For Magistrate No. 10.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for Magistrate for No. 10 township
subject to the rules of the Democratic
primary. E. H. Werts.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for Magistrate No. 10 township,
and will be subject to Democratic primary.
H. B. Richardson.
Magistrate 3To. 11.
E. A. Hentz is hereby announced as
a candidate for Magistrate for No. 11
township, subject to the Democratic
H. H. Ruff is hereby announced as
a -candidate for Magistrate for No. 11
township, subject to the Democratic
COLLECTION OF TAXES.
The tax nooks of Newberry countty
will open for the collection of taxes
for the fiscal year commencing January
1, 1912, the 15th day of. October,
1912, and will remain open without
penalty until the 31st day of December,
1912. Upon all taxes paid after
the 31st of December, 1912, and befor
the first day of February, 1913,
a penalty of one per cent, will be added;
upon all taxes paid during the
month of February, 1913, a penalty of
one per cent, will be added, and from
the 28th day of February, 1913, to the
15th day of March, 1913, inclusive, an
additional penalty of five per cent,
will be added.
The following is the levy:
For State purposes 5%
For ordinary county purposes 3^
For special, county court house.. %
For special State sinking fund loan %
For constitutional school tax 3
For roads and bridges 1
Except the following localities,
where an additional railroad tax has
been levied, viz:
Township Xo. 1 2
Townsb,ip Xo. 8 3
Township Xo. 9 2
And except the following school dis
Bank I I
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ill help you
ou may not I
i Money" 1
5W00D, Cashier I
mm ilia ii iiiiii niwiian ?npiim
tricts, where special school tax has
been levied, yiz:
No. 1, Newberry 5
Vr? 14 Prnsneritv... . 6%
No. 10, Utopia 1
No. 20, Big Creek ...2
No. 26, Pomaria...' ... . ? 3
No. 30, Little Mountain 10Vx
No. 35, Excelsior 2
No. 39, Chappells 2
No. 52, Whitmire 4
No. 56, Zion 2
No. 45, Trinity ' 2
No. 49, Deadfall 2
No. 41, Dominick - 2
No. 58, Silverstreet 4
No. 51, Trilby 2
A poll tax of $1.00 has beeft levied
" 1 - V>^-(-TTro^n tho a&es
on cin ma1n v*?v ??o" *"
of 21 and 60 years, except those exempt
A tax of 50 cents each is levied on
Persons liable to road duty may pay
a commutation tax of $2.00, from the
15th of October, 1912, to the 31st day;
of December, 1912.
Note change in dates for paying'.
commutation tax. No commutauou.
tax received after December 31, 1912..
All taxpayers remember all property
has beeji listed separately, and '
pleas-: see chat you have a receipt for*
each piece of property so listed. 4
JOHN L. EPPS",. "
OF ELECTION F0I\ MAYOR
AND ALDERMEN OF THE TOWJT
OF NEWBERRY, SOUTH CAROLINA.
Notice is hereby given that the regular
annual election for a mayor and
five aldermen, one alderman for each
of the five wards, to serve for a term
of one year, will be held at the Council
Chamber in the opera'house in the
Town of Newberry, South Carolina,
on the second Tuesday in December,
1912, being the tenth day of said
month, the polls to be opened at 8
o'clock in the forenoon and to close
at 6 o'clock in the afternoon. G. Wv
Hiller, J. R. Davidson and Alex Singleton
are appointed managers of the said
By order of the Town Council of
Newberry, S. C., on this the 27th day
of September, 1912.
J. J. Langford,
J. R. Scurry,
C. & T.
>'ow is the time to subscribe to Tb?
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