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REPORT OF <01 \TY SI'PERVI
1341; \\\ W. Wicker, road and bri<
1342 B. B. Rikard, road and brid
1343 P. B. Odell. coroner's c-onstab
1344 John Wilson, coroner's const
134"? Summer Bros. Co., county hon
1346 Dr. W. C. Brown, road and bi
1347 Summer Bros. Co., road and
1345 J. J. Kibler, road and bridge
1349 D. M. Morris, read and bridgi
1350 Prosperity Hardware Co., ro
1351 Summers Garage, road and l>]
1352 J. H. Ringer, road and bride
1353 Galion Iron Works Mfg. Co.,
1354 J no. A. Nichols, road and bri
1355 Summer Bros. Co., chaingang
1356 L. A. & M. M. Salter ehaingz
1357 G. W. Jacobs, chaingang... .
3358 Newberry Hardware Cj., cha
1359 J. W. White repairs public b
1360 J. W. AVhite public buildings
1361 Wizard Products Co., public
1362 Summer Bros. Co., public bu
1363 Summer & Hinn rmhlir? VmiV
1364 Newberry Electric Co., pnbli
H. C. Hollowav,
STATEMENT SHOWING EXACT F
TIONS FOR THE YEAR 1913
1 Salaries coim.y officers
2 Salaries magistrates, constable
3 County home, pensioners and p
4 Roads, bridges and ferries...
"Ransiiro nnWio Vin il fUnao
V JLVVJWM1* |/U WAiV 1/UilUin^O t
7 Books, s:aUonery, printing...
S Contingent expenses and suppli
lie buildings and county offi
9 County physicians
10 County Board of Educa;ion...
11 Court expenses
12 Board of Assessors, etc..
13 Sheriff, dieting and incidental
14 Post mortems and lunatics
15 Insurance public buildings...
16 Interest on loanb
17 Contingent and miscellaneous
18 Commuation Tax
H. C. Holloway,
Eug. S. Werts,
CLAIMS OF 1914 PAID D1
77 F. M. Lindsay, salary
78 W. M. Durroh, salary
79 W. S. Melton, salary
80 Geo. D. Brown,salary
81 H. C. Holloway, salary
82 Jno. L. Epps, salary
S3 E. S. AVerts, salary
84 Jno. C. Goggans, salary
85 J. H. Turner, salary
86 J. H. Chappell, salary
87 J. W. Epting, salary
S8 L. C. Livingstone, salary
89 C. G. Blease, salary
90 P. B. Odell, constable salary..
91 S. E. Boland, constable salary..
92 J. B. La than, magistrate salary
93 J. T. Kinard, constable salary.
94 R. M. Aughtry, magis:rate sal;
95 J. W. Darnell, constable salary ;
96 A. L. Aull, magistrate salary....
97 M. H. Wicker, constable salary
98 H. H. Ruff, magistrate salary.
99 J. C. Sample, magistrate salary
100 J. H. Dorroh, magistrate salary
101 W. R. Ried, magistrate salary
102 B. B. Hair,, magistrate salary.
103 iM. M. Dickert, pension
104 W. P. Williams, pension
105 I. X. Wesson, pension
106 J. B. Chambers, pension
1071 W. A. Shealy, pension
108 J. W. Koon, pension
109 Philip Sports, pension
110 Belton Wicker, pension
111 Geo. D. Lathrop, pension
112 iW. W. Bishop, pauper
113 Mrs. Mary J. Boozer, pauper...
114 Mrs. Sarah Holt, pauper
115 Miss Betty Singley, pauper...
116 Mrs. Margaret Troutman, paur
117 Mrs. Catherine Shealy, pauper.
118 C. G. Corlev, ferry
119 i\V. E. DeHihns, ferry
3 20 Miss Gertrude Walker, office e:
121 \V. Sr-Mjann, public buildings..
122 S. C. Hiller, chaingang (com. t
123 T. H. Teague, chaingang (com
124 J. H. Kocn, chaingang, (com. t
125 George Richardson, chaingang
126 T. P. Richardson, road and bri
127 J. A. Enlow, pension
128 Geo. W. Cromer, constable sala
129 C. H. Alewine, magistrate sala
130 A. G. Leitzsey, constable salai
131 Lewis Rion. ferrv
132 Clarence Butler, ferry
133 W. D. Rutherford, coronors co
134 .1:1m Henderson, magistrate sa
135 W. D. Rutherford, constable sn
136 P. B. Ellesor, constable salary
137 E. H. Werts, magistrate salar
138 .T. M. Alewine, road and brids
139 R. A. Ham, county home
140 Geo. A. Epting, road and brid.
141 C. L. Granam, road and bridge
142 Mrs. Lucinda Livingstone, pau
143 J. A. Kinard, road and bridge.
144 Ernest Gibson, commutation t;
145 Jim Ferguson, repairs public b
SOU ON CLAIMS 1913 PAID IHKIX;
Ige 8.00 i
le 2.00 j
ble i 2.00
ad and bridge 7.9S
road and bridge 45.14
v ' 9.40
liilHintrc 1 ?
U11U<UQW( . > . . . ... ... ... JO,i7U |
buildings 6.00 I
lildings 172.27 j
lings. .* 2.30
c buildings 4.5o
Jno. H. Chappell,
IN AXIAL CONDITIO OF APPROPRIAAS
IT APPEARS AT THE END OF
OF APRIjl, 1914.
Appropriation Allowed Balance.
c AA e- rctf\o 04 & 01 I
9 * uu.uv Jl'VO.Ot $ ui.iu
s, &c.,. 2500.00 2536.75
aupers. 3000.00 2801.47 198.53;
500.00 415.23 84.77
....... 750.00 858.09
ces ... zuuu.uu zooo.isz
200.00 179.96 20.04 |
45.00 42.00 3.00
4000.00 2*383.36 1616.64
400.00 385.80 14.20
2500.00 1429.16 1070.84
, 300.00 369.84
500.00 379.30 120.70
Jno. H. Chappell,
["RING THE MONTH OF APRLL.
*. ... 10.SO
and fees 16.65
19 OA i
* 20.00 *
^penses 1.57 j
i. tax) 40.00
(com. tax) 34.80 ]
try and fees 51.60
nstable 2.00 '
lary 12.50 j
:l?ry... 13.25 i
re 1 .i301 ?
3.00 J <
S"e 41.28 '
per 6.00 ;
e ... 50.56
ax... . 7.50 !
uildings 89.78 i
14f; T. L. I>. Epps. cou. y home...
147 .J. J. Senn, constable salary... .
148 T. H. Chappell county home
149 GeJ. V. Boozer, county horn- ...
1"?0 0 to Klettner, county home
101 Ewart-Pe'ry Co., county home...
152 Newberry Hardware Co.. county
153 The Wheeler-Langt'ord Co., c - tin
l."4 Purc-ell & Scott, coun y home...
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x-?-> rurct'ii <v oluu, iudu aim *.
1 r?6 <\I. D. i: H. Ij. Smith Co., road ai
157 Lewis Rio;;s, ferry
158 Lang.ord &\Vicker. road and brid
159 Newberry Hardware Co., road ai:
160 Geo. V. Boozer, chaingang
161 Otto Klettner, chaingang
162 Ewar -Perry Co., chaingang
163 .1. H. Chappell, county supervisor
164 Ewart-Perry Co., chainga: g
165 T. H. Chappell, chaingang
ICC ?? n 'VIorfhoirc r>Vi aino-ano
1UU X-?. \ . *UUCl?iV " W,
167 G. W. Jacobs, chaingang
1G8 Anna Jones, chaingang
169 J. H. Chappell, coun y supervisor
170 Xewberry Hardware Co., chaingi
171 Josh .Io.:es, repairs public buiidin
172 Geo. V. Boozer, repairs public b
173 >\Vm. Johnson, repairs public buil
174 Xewberry Hardware Co., repairs
175 E. H. Anil Cd., "books, etc
176 Walker, Evans & Cogswell Co., b<
177 T. H. Chappell, offices supplies..
17S Otto Klettner, supplies public b
179 Jnc. L. Epps, county treasurer, ol
180 H. \V. Schumpert, superiu endent
1S1 Xewberry Electric Co.. public bi
182 E. S. Werts, office supplies
183 Summer & Hipp, public building:
184 H. \Y. Schumpe'.'t, superi:.tenden:
185 .Jno. C. Goggans, clerk, office su
186 W. S. Cook mercantile Co., rpubl
187 Southern Bell Telephone & Te
188 The Wheeler-Langford Co., public
189 Drs. Mower & Pelham, county pi
190 J. Sidney Stockman, chaingang..
191 McHardy Mower, court expenses.
192 Jno. L. Epps county treasurer, c<
1QQ C CI Rlpa<;p PYnpnSPS .
194' A. D. Hood, sheriff, expenses...
195 C- G. Blease, die;ing
196 C. C. Shumpert, lunacy
197 Jno. L. Epps, county treasurer, in
198 Dr. 0. B. Simpson, contingent (
199 Dr. T. H. Wedaman, contingent i
200 D. Z. T. Pinner, contingent (vacc
201 Dr. J. W. Folk, con ingent (vaccin
202 F. R. Hun:er, agent contingent (c
203 X. W. Workman, agent, continger
204 Dr. hi. u. nentz, coiiiingeni uac
205 J. Wiley Taylor, commutation ta:
206 L. C. Singley, commutation tax..
207 L. H. Senn, commutation tax...
208 T. B. Richardson, constable salar
209 R. E. Livingstone, road and bridg
210 J. C. Wilson, commutation tax...
211 E. S. Werts, salary
212 L. A. Wilson, repairs public builc
213 T. P. Richardson, road and bridge
214 J. C. Singley, commutation tax...
215 R. T. Abrams commutation iax..
216 W. E. Schumpert commu;ation ta
H. C. Holloway,
STATEMENT SHOWING EXACT FIN,
TIOXS FOR THE YEAR 19H AS
THE JIO>TH OlF
1 Salaries county offices
2 Salaries magisirates, constables, e
3 Countjf home, pensioners, pauper:
4 Roads,1 bridges and ferries
6 Repairs public buildings
7 Books, stationery, printing
8 Contingent expenses and supplies ]
1 * - * - ^ ^ r A
I1C UUIiUillgS aiiu tuumj uiuv,v,o. .
9 County physicians
:0 Coun.y Board of Education
.1 Court expenses *
2 Board of Assessors, etc.,... ...
3 Sheriff, die:ing and incidentials...
4 Post mortems and lunatics
fi Tntprpst ,2rt loans
.7 Contingent and miscellaneous...
.8 Commutation tax
1. C. Holloway,
Eng. S. "Werts,
OLD FOLKS FIND NEW I
ALL KIDNEY i
Drives Rheumatic Pains Away,
Relieves Backache and Bladder
Disorders After A
Few Doses Are
tSleep disturbing bladder weaknesses,
backache, rheumatism, and
the many ether kindred ailments
svhich so commonly come with declining
years, need no longer he a source
of dread and misery to those who are
past the middle age of life.
The new discovery, Croxone, over:omes
all such disorders because it removes
the very cause of the trouble. It
soaks right into the kidneys, through
in/1 Itninorc* rlpfinc rmf +
Hit YtO.no aixu vivuiij WMW V*?v
little filtering glands and cells, and
gives the kidneys new strength to do
their work properly. It neutralizes
and dissolves the poisonous uric acid
substances that lodge in the joints
and muscles, causing rheumatism;
and makes the kidneys filter and sift
out all the poisonous waste matter
home '. 73.1
tv home 6.0
id bridge 16J.
ge 10. C
id bridge 3.."
chaingang ; 28.1
\ chaingang 2.1
mg SI. (J
public buildings 4S.9
Doks, etc., 32.5
ffice expenses 7.0
, public buildings 32.8
s... .. 3. a
, public buildings 33."i
ic buildings 30..v
legraph Co., public buildings
: buildings 15.1
aysicians 23. 2
Durt expenses 794.(
vaccination) 61. C
ci nation) > 30.."
jfficial bonds) 55.C
it (official bonds) 30.C
lings v /. 276.0
Jno. H. Chappell,
VMCI lL CONDITION OF APPROPRIJ
; IT APPEARS AT THE END OF
Appropriation Allowed Balanc
8665.00 ? 2049.42 $ 66lo.o
tc.,. 2500.00 601.10 1898.9
s... 3000.00 502.60 2497.4
... 100000.00 844.38 9155.6
... 6500.00 1767.24 4732.7
600.00 544.56 55.4
900.00 56.)37 843.6
2000.00 382.17 1617.8
onn nn 19 ?7 157.1
.. ~ w w A ? W
... 3000.00 802.03 2197.9;
..." 1800.00 427.49 1372.5
400.00 30.00 370.0i
400.00 182.75 217.2.
... 1750.00 1497.42 252.5;
1000.00 226.10 773.9i
5690.00 607.11 5082.8!
Jno. H. Chappell,
from the blood and drive it out o!
It matters not how old you are o>
how long you have suffered, Croxone
is so prepared that it is practicall)
impossible to take it into the humar
system without results. You will fine
it different from all other remedies
There is nothing else on earth like
it. It starts to work immediately
and more than a few doses are sel
dom required to relieve even the
most chronic, obstinate cases.
It is the most wonderful rcmecj
ever made for restoring the Jifcle. '
organs to health and strength ar
ridding the system of every partic
of uric acid, and you can take it \v.'
the utmost confidence that notV'
on earth will so quickly cure
You can obtain an original paJv
age of Croxone at trifling- cost fro;
! any first-class druggist. All druggis:
; are authorized to personally returr
! the purchase price if Croxone shouk
! fail in a single case.
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Supreme Court Throws Out Rompers.?
, Washington, May 11.? Ending years
01 bitter leual fighting, he .suprem- j
>0 court today set aside sen1 ence im-!
H) posed by the District of Coiumbla,
i."> supreme c urt upon Samuel Gompers, j
0 Fiank Morrison and John .Mitchell |
>0 for alleged con empt of court in 19o7
oil violating in juncf? ions against al-1
>0 leged boycotting of the Bucks Stove
0 ! and Range company.
! In 1U11 the supreme court set aside (
0 sentences against Gompers, Mi chell !
0 ?and Morrison because they had been
>" prosecu1 ed under criminal inst ad ol \
0 civil statutes. Tne next day new pro- :
0 ceedings were instituted, bu: that was !
;0 in re than t-iee days a.'er the injunci
on t ouble and the sentences
0 then imposed were upse' today, finally
l"> closing the case.
V Justice Holm s. announcing the de0
cision, .said that even i: the statute j
10 did no cover contempi , the necessity j
' for the speedy disposition o? each j
' case was o great it would establish
0 the rule that contempt preceedings
lU musi be begun within hree years af1
ter the committing of the offense.
Justices Vandeventer and Pitney dissen
; TWO LONG YEARS
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/M benefit Finally
1 / rv a / after repeated sug/
rWA*Y / gestions to try it we
10 V\ \ j / IgQj. Lydia E. Pinkjq
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0 j I am strong and healthy again. I will
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0 628 Monroe St, N. E., Minneapolis, Minn.
? Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
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5 | herbs, contains no narcotics or harmful
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If you have the slightest doubt
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6 APPLICATION FOR APPOINTMENT
4 OF GUARDIAN.
3 Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
will make application to the
. court of common pleas of Newberry
2 county, at the May, 1914, term for the
^ appointment of the probate judge of
_ Newberry county as guardian of the
^ estate of Annie J. Harris, a minor of
the age of 12 years, who has an estate
and cash money amounting to approx.
imately the sum of one thousand dol'
lars. The reason for the making of
^ this application being that the general
^! guardian of the said Annie J. Harris
has surrendered and resigned her
guardianship and that no other fit and
competent person can be found who
is willing to assume such guardianship.
The person making this appli
cation is the grandfather of the said
Annie J. Harris.
J. C. Dominick.
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The Old Standard general strengthening tonic,
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A NNOIN CEMENTS.
House of Kepreseiitatives.
Godfrey M. Harmon is hereby annou
( '(] iis a candidate for the legislanm1
and will abide O.e result of the
Democratic primary. I
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the House of Representa- 4
tive?, subject to the Democratic pri- ^
mary. Neal W. Workman.
Geo ge S. Mower is hereby announced
a candidate for nomina:ion for
the House of Representatives in the
approaching Democratic primary.
I hereby announce myself a candi- A
date for Coun y Supervisor for New-^
berry and will abide tne rules of the (B
Democratic primary. -i
L. C. Livingstone.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for Supervisor for Newberry i
county subjec: to the Democraticparry.
J. C. Sample.
I am a candidate for Supervisor,,
subject ;o the rules of the Democratic
party. J. H. Chappell.
I hereby announce myself a cardi- t
date for Supervisor cf Newberry county
and will abide by the Democratic
T-Ti^n rrr \f Rnn?fir
The many friends of J. MonroeWicker
recognizing his ability and
Qualifications, we hereby nominate
him for County Supervisor, subject to
the Democratic primary.
I am a candidate for the office of V
Supervisor of Newberry county subject
to rules of the Democratic pri
mary election. L. I. Feagle. '
I hereby announce myself a candidal
for Supervisor of Newberry coun
ty and will abide the result of ihe
Democratic primary. J
Custis L. Leitzsey. '
Magistrate >"os. 1 and 8.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
foi Magistrate for Townships
Xos. 1 and 8 and will abide the result
of the Democratic primary.
L. M. Player.
Charles W. Douglas is hereby announced
as a candidate for Magistrate
for Townships Xos. 1 and 8, subjeci
to the rules of the Democra.ic pri
E. L. R")delpsper?or is hereby announced
as a candidate for Magistrate
for Tbwaships Xos. 1 and S, subject to
the rules of rhe Democratic primary.
Magistrate No. 11. u
H. H. Ruff is hereby announced as
a candidate for reelection for magistrate
of No. 11 township and will abide
by the rules of the Democratic party.
SCHOLARSHIP AND ENTRANCE
iii3 examination ior tne ward or
vacant scholarships in Wlnihrop College
and for the admission of newstudents
will be held at the County
Court House cn Friday, July 3, at 9
a. m. Applicants must not be less
than sixteen years of age. When
Scholarships are vacant af:er July 3 /
.hey will be awarded to those making
the highest average at this examination,
provided they meet the conditions
governing the award. Applicants
for Scholarships should write to
President Johnson before the examination
for Scholarship examination
Scholarships are worth $100 and
free tuition. The next session will
open September 16, 1914. For further
information r?n<l catalogue, address *
Pres. D. B. Jefcnson, Rock Hill, S. C.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that I will
make final settlement, as administrator,
on the estate of Patrick B. Mitchell
minor, in the probate court for Newberry
county at 11 o'clock in the forer.oon,
May 29th, 1914, and immediately
thereafter apply for letters dismissoory
as such administrator.
All persons having claims against
aid estate will present them duly at
:ested on or before that date.
T. A. Dominick,
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