Newspaper Page Text
County Treasurer's Office.
The books for the collection of State
and county ta* will be open Irom
/"?,.? ^K^t. 1" t r\ TWomhpr SI 191 f?
IKS\. X K* IV Ayvvvw* W wM
rihose who prefer to do so can pay
in January, 1916, with 1 per cent;
^ those who prefer to pay in February.
1916, can do so by adding 2 per cent;
those who prefer paying from March
1 to March 15, 1916, can do so by adding
7 per cent; after March 15, 1916,
the books will be closed.
N. B.?Taxpayers owning property
in more than one township or special
school district will please inform me
_ "when paying or writing for the amount
Wk his or her tax. This is very immr
porcant, there being so many special
Hi ' school districts.
Those who wish to pay by the 31st
of December, 1915, and do not care
to come to the office, will please write
Ffor the amount not later taan L/ecfiu
ber 25, 1915. After that time I am too
busy to answer letters promptly.
T In sending stamps, nothing at>ove a j
2-cent stamp should be sent, as I cannot
If money is sent, it would be best
: to register same; if sent otherwise, it
must be at sender's risk.
By referring to your tax receipts'
of 1914, you will know the township j
end special school district, or both,\in !
which your property is located. \
The levy for 1915 is as follows:
I v State 5^2
Pensions and Confederate Infirmary
Repairs State Hospital For the
Insane Vz j
Ordinary county 3% \
Court house lA
Roads and bridges note % i
Ordinary county note ^4 j
Roads and bridges 1
Constitutional school tax 3
f Except the following localities,!
where an additional railroad tax !has
been levied: j
Township No. 1 1%
pBSy Township No. 8 3
And except the following school districts.
where special school tax has
I* been levied:
No. 1, Newberry 8
No. 5, IMcCullough 2 j
No. 9, Deadfall 2 j
No. 10, Utopia 1
No. 11, Hartford 2
' No. 12, Johnstone 2
No. 13, St.^Lilkes v.^.. 4
No. 14, Prosperity 6Vi
No. 15, Saluda 2
No. 16, O'Neal i 2
No. IS Fairview 2
No. 19, Swilton 4
I No. 20, Big Creek 4
No. 23, Rutherford 2
No. 30, Little Mountain 10J/>
No. ?1. Wheeland 2
No. 33, Jolly Street 4
k No. 34. St. Pauls 2
No. 35, Excelsior 2
No. 39, Chappells 4
No. 40, Old Town 4
No. 41, Domjnick 2
I o 43, Bush River z
No. 44, Smyrna 4
No. 45, Trinity 4
No. 48, Jalapa 4 j
No. 49, Kinards 4
No. 57, Whitmire 8
No. 55, Fork 2 j
No. 56, Zion 4
No. 57, Belfast 2 !
No. 58, Silverstreet 6
I". No. 59, Pressley 2 j
a -nriii tav Or.-p Dollar lias I>een i
I. ^WlA V * Vr ? _
levied on all male citizens between j
the ages of 21 and 60 years, except;
those exempt by law.
A tax of 50 cents each is levied on j
Persons liable to road duty may pay
a commutation tax of $2.00 from the
loth of October, 1915, to the 31st day!
v of December, 1915.
All taxpayers remember all taxes j
have been listed separately, ana please i
I see that you have a receipt for eacn
piece of property so listd.
JOHlX L. EPPS,
>egro Intruder Is Killed.
? Elloree, Sept. 29.?Masfcon Shuler, i
? negro about 21 years old, was shot'j
10 pieces about 11 o'clock here last
night, while attempting to enter the
home of a private citizen, ip. whose
I race ii'e mitsiicu <a- pisivi. it
if his motive was robbery, but it is a I
mystery why he should attempt such!
a desperate act in the heart of the j
He had in the yard when the alarm i
was given, while fifty men armed with j
^guns fired upon him. His body was
riddled with bullets, and he fell under!
a stort> bleeding. He ied this morning!
I about 8 o'clock and the inquest v/as
held here today.
Invigorating: to the Faie and Sickly
v The Old Standard general strengthet ing tonic.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives cut
x Maliria.curiche :t ;cu!ocd.aadbuilds jpthesyslem.
A true ton* For adults and ch ldren. 50c I
1 ?1<& U1
And any bai
It was the fii
money to fai
Have Your Wort
I am prepare d to make y
The best goocfs at the lowe
fit the suit
Also repairing and cleani:
' E. T. LA
D?' ? rj?
ouy a uiic
Cole One Horse No.
Cole One Horse No.
See us while they
MM?t??MHIIH II 11 I 1 I HI I I I I
f When all the Balkan nations get mo- j
; bilized as a matter of precaution thev !
. -n-m c+nrt fip-htinor a matter of as- i
fcu v 0 ~ I
: gression.?Florida Times Union.
The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head
! Because of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA- !
[ TIVE BROMO QUININE is better than ordinary j
i" Quinine and does <not cause nervousness noi ;
[ ringing in head. Remember the full name and j
J look lor the signature of E. V7. GROVE. 25c ;
ik will lend yc
r has assets of ;
led as the best
? &AJLV&CLA.JL V&
rst company in
See J. D. WH]
T HOME !
: Done By Home |
our Fall and Winter Suit
st price. Right here to
; on you.
ng and pressing. Bring
ftrain Drill J
33 - - $16.00
34 - - $21.00;
?1. mm inn ?mnryrrewmi
Cjres C!J Seres, Other RemeCIss Wcn'i ^
Tl.e worst cases, no matter of how long standing,
are cured by fhe wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
P~: a and Heals at tb? sam-; time. 25c. 50c, $1.0fl
"When v/ill the war end?" is a question
of the Houston Post. Can't tell.
Even Kitchener seems to have changed
the date of beginning.?Cincinnati
>11 money on its receif
iKrmf nnn /"in or
XKJKJ W. W r 1/V/V^V/VV/tW^
collateral in the mone
,1 tt , < ri,
l cne united states to;
EELER, Manager, Newberry,
F. O. B.
I JOT AfgamagfMa^
Body?Five-passenger touring car, two-pass/
Front Axle?I-beam, drop forged.
rear Axle?Full-floating, one bearing.
Springs?Front, Semi-elliptic; Rear, Threequarters
Cooling?Circulating, centrifugal pump and fan
Oiling?Circulating splash system, sight feed
Clutch?Coi?e-type, ball-bearing release shoe.
Transmission?Sliding gear, selective type.
Starting, Lighting and Ignition?Remy.
Brakes?Service, external contracting; emergency,
Steering Gear?Irreversible type, 17-inch
Control?Center, ball'type, left-hand drive.
Wheels?Artillery type, demountable rim.
Tjres?32x3^, non-skid on rear.
Gasoline System?Oakland-Stewart Vacuum
-< * 1-*? ^?u
I system, gasoimc icui^ m iwi.
Call and ask for Dei
| ' display
(& ^ V W V**? J
C. L. WATKiNS, Manager.
)ts at 6 per cent, as
id its receipts are as
n/^i7Di4fCP f\ nPt* ppilt
CIVt Y VsJL V1UV V M Vx vvxav
_ <* '
Six Model 32
I Tank Capacity?Gasoline 12 gallons, Oil, 1 gal.
Equipment?One-man top, Stewart speedome.
, 1 *i r i. : ( ?i.?
Iter, gasoline gauge, rou^ rdii, iuui xau, wua
demountable rim, clear'vision d>yided windshield,
electric headlights with dimmers, tail
light and instrument- board light, license tag
brackets, electric horn, rubber floor mat in
driving compartment, tools, etc.
Roominess and The Oakland Six will
Riding Comfort seat five passengers
I comfortably without crowding. The
driving compartment has plenty of leg
I wi n v? Tli a f r\n
room, 6Vdl ?ur <X tan mail. iuc wu"
neau is deep and extra wide, the rear
seat measuring 46 inches. The cushions
and upholstery are deep and soft,
giving real comfort to the passengers
The trimming is genuine machine-buffed
Great Strength The Oakland prinWith
Light Weight ciple of sturdy
construction with light weight is exemplified
in this new model. The car
weighs less than 2100 pounds, which
means for the owner, low upkeep cost,
great tire and gasoline mileage.
nonstration. Car on
r at the I
m i - I ,
Newberry, S. C.