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COLLECTION OF TAXES.
The tax books of Newberry couni
ty will open for the collection of taxes
I for the fiscal year commencing Jan
W uary 1, 1913, the 15th day of October,
1913, and will remain open without
penalty until the 31st day of December,
1913. Upon all taxes paid after
the 31st of December, 1913, and before
the first day of February, 1913,
a penalty of one per cent, will be addLed;
upon all taxes paid during the
month of February, 1914, an additional
penalty of one per cent, will be added,
and from fne ?8th day of February,
1914, to the 15tL> day of March, 1914,
inclusive, an additional penalty of five
flg per cent will be added.
The following is the levy:
For State purposes.. . ..>.5%
For ordinary county purposes... .'3%
For special, county court house.. %
M9 For, special sinking fund loan.. .. %
F For county bonds %
l For school purposes 3
For special school purposes 1
For roads and bridges 1
Except the following localties, where
an additional railroad tax has been
Township Xo. 1 2-3
Township Xo. 8 V2
rr Q 1/A I
JLUWil^llILJ 4>U. .
And except t'he following school dis- j
A tricts, where special school tax has !
f been levied, viz:
No. 1, Newberry 6 i
No. 5, McCullough 2 j
No. 9, Dead Fall 2 ;
No. 10, Utopia 1 j
No. 14, Prosperity 6Vi |
No. 15, Saluda 2 j
No. 20 Big Creek 2 j
No. 26, Pomaria t ~
Xo. 30, SLittle Mountain IOY2 !
No. 33, Jolly Street 4
Xo. 34 St. Pauls 2
[ No. 3". Excelsior 2
p Xo. 39, Chappells.. 4
T Xo. 41, Dominick 2
Vn 4r? Trinitv 4
Xo. 48, Jalapa 4
Xo. 51, Trilby 2
Xo. 52, Whitmire 5
Xo. 56, Zion 4
Xo. 58, Silverstreet 6
A poll tax of $1.00 has been levied ,
on all male citizens between the ages
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, 1913, to the 31st day
of December, 1913.
Note change in dates for paying
commutation tax. No commutation
tax received after December 31, 1913.
| All taxpayers remember all proper
ly lias UtJCU liMCU sc^oiaicv,
' please see that you have a receipt for
each piece of property so listed.
JOHN L. EPPS,
NOTICE OF ELECTION FOR MAYOR
AND ALDERMAN OF THE TOWN
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 two years, will be held at the
# Council Chamber, in the Opera House,
in the Town of Newberry, South Carolina,
on the second Tuesday in December,
1913, being the 9th day of
said month, the polls to be opened at
eight o'clock in the forenoon and to
close at six o'clock in the afternoon.
G. W. Hiller, J. R. Davidson and H.
L. Spears are appointed managers of
the said election.
By order of the Town Council of
Newberry, S. C., on this 29th day
of September, 1913.
Z F. WRIGHT,
J. R. Scurry,
Clerk and Treasurer.
NOTICE OF REGISTRATION FOR
3TTMCIPAL ELECTION FOR THE
TOWN OF NEWBERRY, SOUTH
* Xotice is "hereby given that the
books of registration of voters for the
Town of Newberry, S. C., will be
opened at the office of the Clerk and
Treasurer, in the Opera House, from
the first day of October, 1913, until
the thirtieth day of November, 1913,
both riavs inclusive CSundavs ex
cepted), between the hours of 9
o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'clock
in the afternoon. J. R. Scurry has been
appointed Supervisor of Registration, i
Only suc"h persons as register as j
herein provided for shall he allowed
to vote at the regular town election
to he held on the ninth day of December,
1913, and at special elections
to be held in the Town of Newberry
during the two years.
The production of a certificate of j
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istration to vote in a polling pre}
cinct within the incorporate limits of
the Town of Newberry, proof of residence
in the municipality for four
months preceding the annual election
for the year 1913, and the pay-!
ment of all taxes assessed him, due
and collectible for the previous fiscal
year, are necessary to entitle the
applicant to register.
X I fro JL T JL # # B frf ?t
in upper Care
such an assor
' finer, never w
that keeps pen
put in a Hat
ii i m
I 100 Women's Na<
I Worth $20.00 all si;
< aa itr 9 im
1UU Women s riai
Worth $20.00, all si
lined. We guarantee
New Ratine cloth
silk striped Poplin, i
all the wanted shad
I j value, choice the ya
I |?23 |
JL w* \
No fit no sale,
new fall models. '
rectly from the abc
new corset, corsets
II H J* I
By order of the Town Council of
1 the Town of Newberry, S. C., on the
29th day of September, 1913.
Z. F. WRIGHT,
J. R. SCURRY,
Clerk and Treasurer.
LAND POR SALE. j
The undersigned offer for sale the
home place of the late Dr. Thos. W.
Boozer, in Township No. 6, six miles
west of Newberry, containing one hundred
and fifty acres. Convenient to
"?- 3 T^rxr rvll er onH rit'Vi ?
cuurcn clLlLZ bUiiUUi. JL/ ? ciun^ auu wii
er necessary buildings. Good pasture
and plenty timber.
If not sold at private sale before
will sell to highest bidder before the
court-house at Newberry, Salesday in
zugh store, by far \
Mna. Never in tht
tment of attractm
d C' f#*VS? & uvv
with the progres
Tailored Suit, Coa
Mimnaugh's Ladies' Ts
PIQQS hv tViprn selves. T?
ViUkiiJ VJ VAJ.VAAAM V* W vw .
^ the making are so far ah<
'j| kind that the woman wh<
suit is recognized by al
"dressed to kill." We h;
stunning, stylish suits th:
- lina._ everv one is lined w
all priced special at the
* $18.50, $20.00 $25.00 am
UMPry tn TT.-Tr^rrr* vmrm akxj nu r 'g . AaiLatar:^j:^3 mica rsctvi
Don't pass by Mimna
i-.-i A nrvf- V??i>? Kin
CiJiiilillf ill. kjic
Skirts; underselling will
the new fall styles are he
fit and graceful lines of
quality for the price, $2.?
' i ?ij i ii??w??^wyirf|iT?wn? * i TWffTBTfW I III II"
vy Blue Coat Suits J
zes. No charge for ^U1
n Black Coat Suits Miiiln
zes, Skinner cotton y?a a
e a fit. Choice $15.00 could
, new Brocade cloth, in hai
new Irish Poplin in it all
es, 30 and 39 cents aroun
,rd 25c heads
Our big Shoe (
flower of the era
will buy the best
out of our store.
k25 cases of H.
$1.50. and $1.75
Vici Kid Schoc
wear. Sizes 6 t(
n r r> r?
lorset tor tvery ripre.
We have to offer you W. B. &
There is no figure that we car
>ve stock. Visit this departm
to comply with fashion's line
Terms rm nnnlinatiori.
H. W. Boozer,
Mrs. S. B. Bolick,
1612 Marion St., Columbia, S. C.
T. J. Boozer,
G. B. Boozer,
1431 Marion St., Columbia, S. C.
Mrs. V. B. Hayes,
1301 College St., Newberry, S. C.
SULZER'S COUNSEL CONFOUNDED.
"Witness Says Governor Asked Him to |
Violate Oath. j
Albany, X. Y., September 26.?Governor
William Sulzer tried to persuade
contributors to his campaign fund not
to testify against him, according to eviI
dence adduced at his impeachment
I : ,
Meet Me at
the most up-to-dat
i history of this bin
z merchandise, nei
ractive or were vai
s of the times. Nc
t or a yard of jabri
lilorerl Suits are in a r\
le styles, the cloths, . ,
sad of the ordinary 1S
a wears a Mimnaugh 5
I as the woman that 13 3
ive more brand new, k
an any store in Caro- jg ,
ath 'Skinner's Satin,
suit $12.50, $15.00,
:l up. uan
im ?iuunn j?n.nigtirij miu nimi 9
I Skirts. i5c,
iu.TVC! cfnva YrrifVirmf" 9
O OWIV/ l? iliuvuw
; wonder in Ladies' sale
. be the offering; all 2
ire; note the finish, ore
our skirts; note the J
18, S3,50, $5.00, $6.50
Pine Millinery at Reasonable f
ring the past week our Milling
has been the popular resort 1
and the verdict of all is we'v
.ery stock of the town. We
"Trimmer" and stock that
point to with pride. Our frie:
"made good." We have Hats
se. Style, quality and econort
id. You know we don't have
on Millinery. Lose no lime
d. Come direct to Mimnaugh
lepartment is complete, and t<
ft expresses it mildly. Buy ;
footwear on the American cc
Prices $3.00, $3.50, $4,00 ai
C. Godman Misses' and Childi
New Fall Shoes Ro
)1 Shoes for boys and girls, m
- n _J. nn? ? oi 4-^111 ?+ <5"
) O 'dl blzcb oj LU jljlj ao ?n.
:R. &G., all Yard wide,
inot fit cor- gray, brown 1
ent for your 50 in all w(
lr <t1 OE
IS. | SlilUllA,
He asked Duncan W. Peck, State
superintendent of public works, who
gave $500 to the fund, to violate his
oath on the witness stand in event !he
should be called to testify before the
Frawley investigating committee, Peck
T-1 - -1- A
swore. The governor, r-euK. assei icu, i
had told him that he, too, would deny
having received contributions. This i
conversation, Peck said, was held in (
the governor's office at the capitol.
The witness w*as examined by John B.
stanrhfiplrt as to the precise words
used by the governor.
"What did he say?"
"He said: 'Do you as I shall do, deny
"What else was said, if anything?"
"I said, 'I suppose I shall be under
oath?" He said: 'That is nothing; forJ
e store for correct
siness have we gath
ier were assortme,
Iues better. This
y matter how little
ic, we can satisfy
Big Inducement This
ur offerings stand unapproacl
ooked up to compete with Mi!
bales Newberry Mills, 40 in H
bales 40 in Sea Island, w>
cases Cancon Flannel, heavj
cases red seal Dress Ginghan:
cases standard Apron Gingh:
cases Ladies' Ribbed Vests ai
bales Riverside Checked H
sale price :
3 for every l|
ly go hand
: shopping % t
i's for your
og in Foot Wear.
o say the qualities, styles and
a Selby Co., or Irving Dre"\
TTT J ^ ^
ntinenr. we guarantee evci
id $5.00 pair.
en's Shoes just opened, prii
Mug In Every Day.
ade up in good style, shoes
? nr _ 10 O nf <t1 Kfl
L.?Dy SIZfcJS JlLi tU Lt <X\J 4a.uvi
New Wool Dress Goods.
strong weave Storm Serge, n
md black, 65 and 75c values a
>ol Storm Serge, navy and bk
?value, at special the yard
Attorney Hinman, cross-examining
for the defence, asked Peck if it were
possibl| that he could be mistaken j
* * 1 ? +V10+ noecoH hp- I
3-DOUL a Single vvvji u Lua,i, yiwBvu
tween him and the governor.
"Not a word," replied Peck emphatically.
Orphan Work Day.
. As Sabbath, the 5th of October, has
been set apart as the time for collec*
? o rt A Qoh- i
lions I or iorcigii ujuoiuuo uiiu unv
bath school extension "work in the
Presbyterian churches, the board of
trustees of the Thornwell orphanage,
which is the Presbyterian orphanage
of the States of South Carolina, Georor,*o
on/i Florida. have asked that the
5iO' aUU J. AWAAVtw; ? ?
Presbyterian folk observe instead,
Saturday, October- lltt, as- Orphan
nts larger or
is the store
you wish to I
ied. No concern
orth 8Jc, special
r non ~! 9 I r? Vmr]
/ lieijjf IVXJ.IV*
10c ' I
is, worth 12.\ and
ims, worth 84c, I
id Pants. worth
I shapes are the
v Shoe and you
y pair that goes
ces $100, $1.25
made for long
avy, tan, garnets, .
t choice the yd 49c
tck. sDon^ed and*
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98e i '
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Work Day. The idea is that everybody
should give that day's income to
the orphans, and to forward the same
promptly to the president, Rev. W. P. '
Jacobs, Clnton, S. C. The Sunday
schools will take up collections on the
second Sabbath, unless already attended
to on the first, and at the
same time pastors are urged to present
the needs of the work to their
people and to forward the contributions
of their people.
There are now over 300 inmates in
this institution and new buildings are
for S.H11 lareer increase.
About 200 applicants are on file waiting
for admission. Tbo institution is
denominational but ioes not refuse
children from any locality or whose
parents were of other or no denomination.