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STATE WAREHOUSE BILL
Provides for One Commissioner Elected
by Legislature?The Validation
of Warehouse Receipts.
First emergency legislation intended
to better the present demoralized
business co^d't'-ons and give stability
to cotton crop of this State was
enacted by the senate Wed nt
when the McLaurin bill, providing the
establishment of a S: ite-controlleJ ,
co:ton warehouse system passed by a !
roll ca'l vote of 27 to 11 after ('abate I
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things that are no
have the need for r
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Dollar Opens an Ac
Pay Compound In
Newberry, S, C.
extending over 10 days.
Tne hard fighting centering around
the passage ot this bill reached its
climax in t':e senate session today,
wCen possibly a score of amendments,
principally designed to add stability to
the proposed system and define the
extent the title guarantee offered
by the Siate, were adopted.
Senator Lide led an unsuccessful
effort to have the operation of the
system r'aced wiitlh a warehouse commission
composed of the commissioner
of agriculture, insurance commis!
sioner and State ank examiner. He
explained his desire to prevent at this
time the creation of a new State of
ficer, the warehouse' commissioner,
whose election by the general assembly
is provided in the McLaurin bill.
fTi'r.ie constitutionality of the bill
gave occasion to extended discussion,
during which Senator Carlisle inquired.'if
the provisions of the bill guar
anteeing upon the State's credit the
holder of tibe warehouse receipts
from loss did not invalidate the measure.
Statements of other senators
indicated their opinion that t'he bill
as it was finally passed through third
reading would be held constitutional.
Debate on ti:e McLaurin measure'
was resumed when the senate con- !
vened, and after discussion had continued
two hours, during which Senator
Buck's substitute bill was urged
for adoption by several senators, the
way for t';.:e speedy adoption of th?
original till was cleared by the with
drawal c* the substitute.
Though the senate appeared on the
verge d" voting on the motion to table
the Buck substitute bill, it vas forestalled
in eaio'a instance. Scon after j
cenator Lawson had declared the sub- i
stitute bill was "totally inadequate to !
meet the contingencies,*' the author j
Tv'vthr?"nic niManro off-or iihtainin c
Attention of the senate after tfce.
withdrawal of the substitute bill was '
directed toward "securing a ware-1
'house system which would issue re-!
ciepts hacked by the State's guarantee
sufficiently to pass current for
money, according 10 tne expression
of Senator Banks.
Support of the McLaur.in bill developed
strength as tfcje time when
the vote was taken approached, while
the efforts of the opposition gradually
became less determined. After a
rather large number of amendments
intended to define tT:.e extent of the
guarantee oy tne state or validity or
the receipts and to empower the
warehouse commissioner to take necessary
action to protect his personal
bond and the State's resources, a
spirited fight led by Senator Young to
j postpone a vote was made, hut finally
! defeated The passage through third
reading quickly followed on a roll call
! In its general outline, t:e McLaurin
| bi'll proposes, within the police powers
!o* the- State 'he establishment of "a
| cotton warehouse system for t^.e State
[ cr Scii+Vi Carolina " governed by a
i "warehouse commissioner" with a sal
ary of $3.0^-0 per year. The commisi-'r-v-r
is ? :?:; owerr-d to lease the'
! warehouses an-i - 'tie upon terms V?*
! which private 'ind corporate owned
I warehouses may obtain benefit of'rbe
State operation The bill provides
that the sv<?tem shall be self-sustain-1
m try , I
i his lountry |
ind it is because 1
SAVE WHILE I
;ry few young i
ir the first time,
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t (vorth while.
eady casii, tney
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in sr. ami ill at ail w^ro.ocuses not
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meeting operating expenses shall be
closed. T.:e 'Slate's liability to loss
j is limited to $50,000 by amendment, :
and the measure caries an appropria-1
i tion of M 5.000 to put the system into ;
j effect immediately ^fter aipproval by !
County Treasurer's office, j
The books for the collection of State
and county tax will be open from Oc-I
tober 15th to December 31st, 1914.
Ttose who prefer to do so can pay |
in January, 1915, with 1 per cent; i
those who prefer to pay in February, i
1915, can do so by adding 2 per cent; j
those who prefer paying from March 1
1st to March 15, 1915, can do so by
adding 7 per cent; after March 15,
1915, the books will be closed.
N. B. ^Taxpayers awning property
in more than one township or special
school district will please inform me!
?? ??? rtT, ti i-iUnor tVi A smniinf !
vv Xieii yay niQ ui aw a umvuu? i
of his or tier tax. This is very irapor j
tant, there being so many special;
Those who wish to pay by the 31st i
jf December, 1614, and do not care j
to come to the office, will please write!
for the amount not later than December
25, 1914. After that time I am too
busy to answer letters promptly.
In sending stamps, nothing above a
2 cent stamp should he sent, as I j'
cannot use them.
If money is sent, it would he best j;
to register same; if sent otherwise, it!
.must he at sender's risk. '
By referring to your tax receipts of
1913, you will know the township and j
special school district, or both, in :
which your property is located.
Til:e levy for 1914 is as follows:
State 6 I'
Ordinary County ZV2 !
Court. House % !
Road and Bridge Note
Ordinary County Note V? \
Roads and Bridges 1 j
Constitutional School 'Tax 3 j
i Total 14% j "
Except the following localities, |
where an additional railroad tax has i(
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Township No. 1
Township No. 8 3
Township No. 9 2
And except the following school districts,
where special school tax has
No. 1, Newberry 6
No. 5, McCullough 2
No. 9, Deadfall 2
No. 10, Utopia 1
No. 14, Prosperity 6%
No. 15, Saluda 2
c\r\ "n_* 0
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Xo. 26, Pomaria. 7
Xo. 30, Little Mountain 10*4
Xo. 32, Jolly Street 4
I No. 3-1, St. Jt'auis a i,
: Xo. 35, Excelsior 2
;Xo. 39, Chappells 4
Xo. -11, Dominicks 2 ;
; Xo. 43, Trinity 4
! Xo. -IS, .Talapa 4 j1
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I Xo. 56, Zion 4 ;
j Xo. 58, Silverstreet 6
Xo. 31, Hertford 2
! Xo. 12, Jo'.nstone 2
of notes a
| seed and ;
No. 13, St. Lukes 4
No. 16, O'Neall 2
No. 18, Fairview 2
No. 19, Swilton 4
No. 22, St. Philips . 4
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Xo. 31, Wheelana ^
Xo. 43, Bush River 2 j
Xo. 44, Smyrna ... 4 !
Xo. 59, Pressley 2 j
A poll tax of One Dollar has been
levied on all male citizens between
the ages of 21 and 60 years, except j
those exempt by law.
A tax of 50 cents each is levied on J
Persons liable to road duty may pay I
a commutation tax of $2.00 from the ,
loth of October, 1914, to the 31st day
of December, 1914.
All taxpayers remember all taxes
have been listed separately, and please
see that you have a receipt for each
piece of property so listed.
Jno. L. Epps,
County Treasurer. [
NOTICE FISAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is liereby given that the un- j
dersigned as Executors of the last will !
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and testment or -ttosaumuu muma>n, j
deceased, will make final settlement j
on the Estate of said deceased in the j
probate court for Newberry county on j
November 7, 1914, at 11 o'clock in the !
forenoon. All persons holding claims |
against said Estate wiu present same, 11
duly attested, before that date and all ! j
persons indebted to said Estate will
Ben. S. George,
M. G. Shealy,
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UClUUer U, i?7JL-3t.
All persons holding claims against
the Estate of Lucinda Caroline Mose- [
ley, deceased, are hereby notified to i
present the same, duly attested, to
Thomas D. Copeland, Clinton, S. C.,
or to Mower & Bynum, Attorneys, j
Newberry, S. C., on or before Xovem- j
* /? - n -i A
oer o, iyjL*.
Thomas Duckett Copland,
October 5, 1914. ]
The Annua} Meeting of the Stockhnidors
of The Columbia, Newberry &
Laurens railroad company, will be
held at t/>.<e company's office, Xo. 1124
Taylor street, Columbia, S. C., at 12
o'clock, noon, Tuesday, October 20th,
C. P Seabrook,
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