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|BB Mimnaugh
[A most w<
to the most in\
/ offered. We i
J I 36 Inch 8
I Yard wide Silk Pc
worth $1.00, cut to <
I Pepperal Shee
Iunuica^ncu x
wide, as long as the
each buj'er, at the y
$3.00 and $3.50 Ci
I I Beautiful Crepe c
H I $3.50 Waists, choice
H I New Umbr<
B I 200 new Umbrella
W I and $2.00, all marke
of qo rVi
I.V/Uv" -
m
I . New V
New assortment \
I * Dresses for women,
( Jj JLW JL 1
Medical Society.
Regular meeting oi the Newberry,
County Medical society in Dr. Pel
J ham's office Friday afternoon, June,
9th at 3 o'clock. Paper by Dr. Hou- j
Jno. B. Setzler,
Secretary.
i
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* * <$> COTTON MARKET j
V,
<S> Aewberrj.
<$> Cotton 12 1-2 ^
<s> $
3> Prosperity, 4
I <?> Cotton 121-2 <8>
IW Little Mountain. *
! <?> Cotton 12 1-2 <$>
W + ' Whitmire. ?
Cotton ' 12 3-4
1 ?"
.
it | Dr. F. C. Martin |
I ftt^. Specialist!
t? Examines Eyes, FitsGIassesJ
| and]]Artificial Eyes. t
|>If your eyes are giving youjj
|> trouble don't fail to consult him^
| I Satisfaction Guaranteed, f
Jj Office over Anderson's Dry*
1 ^ Goods Store. j|
|
I STIEFF I
paittu?C MHQT I
InH 3vU in j mwi 1
POPULAR
r PI A N O
Write for catalog and price
^ list
^ Box 165,
COLUMBIA,, S. C. ]
m
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S
onderful showing of
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teresting oppcrtumt
nention here a few
ilk Poplin at 69c
>plin, in all the popular shades
)nly the yard 69(
sting at 25c a Yard
eral Sheeting, full 2i yards
lot lasts, limited 10 yds tc
ard : 25c
iepe de Chine Waists $1.9?
le Chine Waists, $3.00 and
i ... $1.98
ellas and Parasols
s and Parasols, worth $1.50
d down to close out quickly,
. 98c
/hite Dresses
7hite Vniie and Embroidery
c*/? zr\ n A $ir\ nn Fi
ClIlU UJ 1 U.uu iUL uooto WUl
$4.98 and $^.98
RE-EXR0LL3IEXT OF VOTERS
?
Will Begin Xext Tuesday at Every |
Club in the State.
Columbia, June 2.?The reenroll- j
ment of Democratic voters will begin j
un next Tuesday at eevry club and j
ward Dreeinct throughout the State, j
The books have beeu shipped by Sec- j
retary W. C. McGowan, of the State J
Democratic executive committee, to j
the forty-five county chairmen in tho
State, and these in turn have distri- j
buted them to the club secretaries.!
The books will open on Tuesday 1
morning and every Democratic voter I
must sign his name in full on the j
club rolls, together with his age and |
yosionice ur 5U eci, auuicss, xuc r
will remain open for sixty days.
Qualifications for eligibility to vote j
in the Democratic primaries are: ]
Citizens of the United States, two
years residence in the iState, one year
in the county and four months in tho i
city ward or voting precinct. The j
books close thirty days prior to the j
first primary and all persons whose i
names are not on the books by that!
time will be barred from voting.
STATE TAX BEYIEW BOARD
Governor >ames Body to Decide Ap-!
peal Cases.
Columbia, June 1.?The board of re- j
view of the South Carolina State tax
commission was named here today by
Governor .Manning as follows: J. M. j
Rhett of Beaufort, business man,
chairman; B. F. McLeod of Charleston
ivhnlpspje merchant and Dresi
IVU, ff w _ A
dent of the chamber of commerce; L.
L. Wagon of Union, a merchant; E.
M. Croxton of Lancaster, a hanker;
T. W. Berry of Latta, a farmer; J.
B. iSchuler of Parler, a farmer, and
D. A. Geer of Belton a merchant and
farmer. The board consists of seven,
one from each congressional district, j
and is empowered to pass on and decide
cases which are taken before
them on appeals from the rulings and
findings of the tax commission.
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lO UTlVC uui ifiaiana
And Build Up> The System
Tske the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. Yon know
irhat yon are taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing it is (<
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form.
Hie Quinine drives out malaiia, the
iro? builds up the system. 50 cents
THE LEADIf
X Uni
* new summer goods
V V
y from the standpo
of the many, many
I
Midsumme
> Everybody is buying1 a
1 of new Hats and white v
m
week.
3 New Oxfords am
New Pumps and Oxfor
?
[ styles are here. Come in
1 Yds of Blei
| Limited 10 yards to
. a. a advertiser, special li
$3.50 and $4.0C
Ladies' Skirts made fr
, blue serge, over one hunc
rack
Mill Ends in
Remnants and Mill End
! 2, 2\ and 3 yd lengths, on
a
EPTISG GETS PLACE j
VACATED BY EADY j
7..?? O "Di + nVia-P T?of7v i
UiilCUn, VJct., UUliC O. i iiwigi x^c*u.j |
has been released by the Macon team j
and he returned to his home in Savan-1
nah tonight. Epting, a pitcher of
Newberry college, S. C., who has j
signed a Macon contract, will report j
during the week.
-\OTICE.
i
' All administrators, executors, guar- J
dians and other fiduciaries, are re- i
quired by law to make an annual re - I
turn, on or before the 1st day o' July j
of each year.
All persons failing to do so, will
under the law forfeit their commissions
for handling the estates and
will moreover be liable to be sued for
damages by any person or persons interested
in each estate.
C. . Schumpert, i
5 ? . * T-% T- ~ A _ I
juage or rrouaie.
June 1st, 1916.
Death of Mrs. J. A. Enlow.
Miss Catherine Enlow wife of Mr.
J. A. Enlow died at their home in the
Mollohon section of the county last
Thursday morning at 1 o'clock and
was buried at eBth. Eden Thursday
1
afternoon at 3 o'clock. The deceased
was 72 years of age and leaves an
? i oVi fare ATr> ! '
xiubuciiiu aiiu uwu u"UB"^? * ' ** - |
Walter W. Wicker and Mr . J. H. 1
Wicker. The funeral services were '
conducted bv Re\*. J. M. Fridy.
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William Farnun in t
"THE PLUNDERER" s
Produced bv The Fox Film Co., at a
Leslies Arcade, Tuesday, Jane 6.
THK HERALD AND NEWS ONE t
YEAR FOR $1-50. j a
^TG STORE
1 now on display,
int of style, quality
things on which we
sr Millinery
new Hat, new shipment
rings go on sale here this
d Patent Pumps
ric: q]1 thp npw ;nmmpr
VIA v A A W ?f KJ biAAAlAA Vi.
and lo'?k 'em over.
aching for 89c
each buyer, soft finish,
0 yds for only _89c
I Skirts at $1.98
om fine black and navy
Ired in the lot. Bargain
$1.98
Table Linen
rt w>ov?im/-l in nlmn lwnn
0 luaincu in yiexiii iiguico
1 bargain table half price.
ic* ^obaap^js^
ANNOUNCEMENTS !
!
FOR THE LEGISLATURE
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the house of representative,
subject to the rules of the Democratic
primary election.
T. A. Dominick. j
^1
FOR MASTER
I hereby announce myself as a can- j
didate for the office of master, and !
will abide the result of the Demo-!
cratic primary.
G. G. 'SALE.
I
.
I
FOR SI B SUPERVISOR
I am a candidate for reelection to |
i
tlie office of county commissioner!
SUDject to uie rules ul me juciuunau-. I
primary.
J. \V. 2pting. j
NOTICE OF ELECTION IN FORK J
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 55.
i
Whereas, one-third of the resident j
electors and a like proportion of the j
resident freeholders of the age of:
twenty-one years, in the Fork
school district No. 55 of the County
3f Newberry, State of South Carolina,
lave filed a petition with the County
Board of Education of Newberry |
bounty, South Carolina, .petitioning!
tnd requesting that an election be j
leld in said School District on the f
juestion of levying an additional tax j
)f two (2) mills to be collected on all'
he taxable property within the said
School District. j
;Now, therefore, we tne undersign-1
id, composing the County Board of:
Education * for Newberry County,!
State of South Carolina, do Hereby
)rder the Board of Trustees of the
if'ork School District No. 55, to
lold an election on the said question
>f levying an additional special tax of 4
wo (2) mills to be collected on the
>roperty located in the said School
District, which said election shall be
leld at the Fork school House in said
School "District Xo. 55. on Saturday,
he 24th day of June, 1916, at which
aid election the polls shall he opened
it 7 a. m. and closed at 4 p. m.
The members of the 'Board of iTrus- t
ees of said School District shall act
s managers of said election. Only
w- wiwi? w
This week we call
' and economy the
can save you mom
Ladies' Silk Hose
Si.00 Ladies Silk Hose, di
black, white and all colors,
buyer, sale price, special the
New White Wi
A sale of Wash Skirts, new
patched pockets, materials G?
special
25c White Gabar<
White Gabardine 36 in wick
for skirts, always sold at 25c,
i
Val Edges and
In match sets, round three
w:th braid tape, 8 and 1 Cc va
LI 11
such electors as reside in said School J
District and return real or personal j
property for taxation, and who ex-:
*
hibit their tax receipts aud registra- j
j
tion certificates as required in general
elections, shall be allowed to
vote. Electors favoring the levy of;
such tax shall cast a ballot contain-1
ing the word "Yes" written or print-!
ed thereon, and each, elector opposed
LALU1
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Charleston and
?vu
Southern
Thursday, Ji
Excursion Schedules ai
Lv Newberry 12.15
j. J- ii.y Jl??OU
" fomaria 12.48
" Peak 1.02
Arrive Charleston 7.30
Excursion Tickets will t
date and schedules mentini
turning on any regular '
starting point by midnight
THE ISLE OF PALMS ?
Opens with many new amu
and bids fair to be the met
ni*o ^nvirirt' fV> a onwmAn
bio UlUllig OUiliiliCl*
Bathing, Dancing, Boati
Hotels and Restaurants.
For further information
W. E. McGee, g. p. a,, S
Columbia, S. C.
Mimnaugh's j
aiues
your attention I
it we have yet I
?v. I
_
at 50c Pair
ouble heel ana toe,
two pairs to each
pair 50c
ish Skirts
sport models, with
abardine and Pique,
QQn
iine for 19c
i, a beautiful cloth
priced at 19e
Insertions
id most, and some
Jj r
ilues, at yd .. 5c
to such levy shall cast a ballot containing
the word "No"' written or
printed thereon.
Given under our hands and seal
this the 5th day of June, 1916.
Chas. P. Barre,
0. B. Cannon.
Ben M. 'Selzter,
Members of Countv Board of Educa
tion.
?SION
)-?
Isls of Palms
^
Railway
me 8, 1916
id Fares as follows:
* >? -? m -
f. M $3 50
" $3.50
" $3.50
" $3.50
" P. M.
>e good going only on
ned above and good retrain
to reach original
Tuesday, June 13, 1916
SEASHORE SEASON
sements and attractions
:ca of all pleasure seekng,
Fishing, High Class
apply to Ticket Agfts or
!. H. McLEAN, d. p. a.,
Columbia, S. C.

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