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r iNotkte is herei.y ^iven *;?c
County .iiOrat 1 v i_xccuii\o . oifl- f
mittee o: S*v.berry 1 aunty will koM ;
a meeting ai the Courthouse at New- j
berry, S. '-I . on U outlay, th<; 14th j
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<iay oi ALi-ri,st, id.1. ji vr iiuw> ?.,
m. All members are urged to be j
present, t.s this is a very important, j
meeting cf the Committee.
^ At this meeting o: the Committee j
all complaints will be heard and er- ;
The members of the Committee will ;
be prepared to submit their recom- |
mediations for managers and toj
designate tne polling places.
^ F. K. Hunter,
I ^nairm-ii ;
f B. B. I^eitzsey,
NOTICE OF ELECTION IN WHEE-,
LAND SCHOOL DISTRICT >0. 31. j
| Whereas, one-third of the resident ]
electors and a like pro?x>rtion of tie
resident freeholders of ,the age of
twenty-one years, n the Wheeland
| school district No. 31 of the County
of Newberry, iState of South Carolina,
have filed a petition with the County
Board of Education' of Newberry
County. South Carolina, petitioning
and requesting that an election be
held in said School District 011 the
I Question of levying an additional speP
cial tax of two (2) mills to be collectI
ed on all the taxable property withiD
! the said-school District.
Now, therefore, we tne undersign-j
ed, composing the County Board of j
Education for Newberry County, J
State of South Carolina, do hereby!
order the Board of Trustees of the !
I Wheeland School District No. 31, To :
hold an election on the eaid question |
I of levying an additional special tax of:
I fttrn. OA min<5 tn hp POllfK'teii OT! the !
J v?v v-y ~ -- ? -property
located in the said School
District, which said election shall be
Oieid at the Wheeland school house in
s>nid School District No. 31, on Satur-j
day, the 20th da\* of August, 1916, at
which said election the polls shall he
opened at 7 a. m.^and closed at 4 p. !
- The members of the Board of Tinstees
of said School District shall act
as managers of said election. Only ;
such electors as reside in said School
District and return real or personal
, property for taxation. a'>d who ex- f
k hihit their tax receipts ai.d registra- j
+i/-v?v onr+i'fi r>o t oc oc Tonnireirl in o-pn
mmr k, ivu w x v u vw * a..* ^ v ?*
v eral elections, sha;] be allowed to
f ivote. Electors favoring the levy of i
such tax shall cast a ballot contain- j
irfT the xvoty' "Vp?" -?rritt.pT? O"
ed thereon, and each elector opposed
tn si] h ifw shall ftMSi ?. ballon con
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tai-cdr 'T * <e wcrd "No" written or
L print; '! thereon.
^ Giv- c lender our hands and sya]
Btiis th-e Hh day of August. 121C.
W Chas P Parre.
i O. B Cannon.
P?n M. Selzter.
! Members of Countv Hoard of Educa- .
1 tion. !
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s V/ Hi wi
1 bracelets 3^|
| chains y| wa
i | r i n g s y =
precious a |
stones k|| the
= silverware ;<a =
| toilet sets ^ |
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II Y. L. J?AI
IF Jewelers an*
Court of Conasi-Ga Pleas.
Uai-.L i f Pornar
J 'U... V - .. ,
G. W. Kinard, Frankie A. Kinard. V*"
B. Boinest. D. A. Huff. "-W P. Joant?,
Emma A. Baker, The Farmers Bank
and The Southern Cotton Oil Com
Pursuant to an order of court in
:he above emirled anion. I will sell
:o the hi^htst bidder ai public aucion,5
before ihe court i o .se door of Newberry.
?. C.. within the le:r:;; hours of sale,'
on saieday in September. 1916, the'
same bel::? tl:= 4 <Iay of said month; :
mi *>. - i-nt nf i;:nd in the Town of!
Prosperity. county of Newberry, State;
oi South Carolina, with the buildings
thereon. containing fourteen hundred |
and forty-four square feet, more or :
less, bounded by lots of W. A. Moseley, |
The Peoples Nation.*.! Bank of Pros-1
perity, by Elm street and by the pub- j
lie square of said town, said lot be-j
ing the property of the said Frankie i
iA'lso that lot, piece or parcel of!
land in said town of Prosperity,
county and state aforesaid, containing
one acre, more or less, bounded by
Lands of A. P. Dominick, E. 0. Counts
and Mrs. Sallie Cook, the same being
the property of the said Geo. W. I
Kinard, having been conveyed to him j
1- T-? TTT T' - 3 1 HotA.l I
Dy r ranctib w. jrv;ii<xi u, u > ucva 4 j
the 18th day of May, 1904, and of,
record in the office of the clerk of
court for said county in Deed Book
, page , it bting whtre the
said Geo. W. Kinard now resides.
Terms of sal: One-half of tlje pur-;1
chase money to be paid in cash, the
balance in twelve months, the credit
portion to be secured by bend of the
purchaser ana mortgage 01 uie prem- i
ises sold; the buildings thereon to be;
insured for their insurable value ana'
the policy assigned to the Master as!
addition collateral; said credit portion!
to bear interest from the day of- sale ;
Lit the rate of eight per cent per an- \
num unt il pai<A in full, payable j
.on?voiiif oQiri >.nd mortsrase to
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provide for ten per cent attorney's
fee in case of collection by suit or by
an attorney; the purchaser to be allowed
to anticipate payment of all or
any part of the credit portion at any '
t:me. The lots will be sold separately. I
The successful bidder on each lot, as j
a:: evidence of good faith, will be required
to deposit with the Master;
fiftv dollars, or a ceritfied check for
said amount, and will be required to
oompK- with the terms of sale within
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the sp!: premises on the following
a: *\? r:~\- of *-e~former pur<naser.
The purchaser will be required
to pay for papers and revenue
H. H. Rikard.
A crust 7, 1936.
3weiry 4 1
We have many new dens
in Jewelry. Green,
hite and Yeliow Gold.
See our line of Bracelet
itches which were once
>ught a novelty but now
agnized by ail women and
;n at various occupations
a necessity or every day
\rs & CO.
ijuuiu vas ujina
(,\'T ( L-'Unrl ,c.s:
l.'* Till :17Y-MX.'
i's m <. Parries I: :m flrli.irii.. li.jt;
oners?V>'^ut <i < re?-k ihi
Xy., A;,g. 3.?The
i death, list due to the flood on Blair s
! Creek, Clayborne County, Tennessee,
' was increased to thirty-six late to
night, when fuller reports from the ;
; hooded district were received here. :
From parties who have returned from ;
the stricken district it was lea-neJ
that Thomas M:-Lee. his wife and sev- ;
erai c.i.dren, and Lob Chj.miey ami j
his wife, liave been aduci to the j
death list, bringing the total up to j
The water was reported to be verv ! j
slow in subsiding, and for that rea-|
son tbe creek hud not i-een ioilowei
the entire distance, ten miles, to its j
mouth. Until this is done it will no:
be known how many persons have}
been drowned. j
So far only four bodies have been 1
found. Everything lalonj Blair's j
Creek has been washed away. Jn j
some places the water Lad run up on j
the mountain side thirty feet.
D. C. Edmonds, whose wife and four j
children wer droewned, escaped after j
being washed for five miles among j
driftwood. Two of Edmond's chil
dren were found alive on drift timber j
three miles from home. Edmonds said
he was awakened at 3 o'clock this
morning by tne roaring or tne nooo.
Water was ail around his house, and
a foot deep on the floor. Before he j
could awaken the family, the b'uilding
was moved from its foundation and
started floating down the stream >
Edmonds said the creek was full of j
-o r> ci ?~i H i V> ^ f V* & I
141 lie ?? uuu ux-u u vc: io u.' vi i-JL- ii\/ v?. v j
not know how he got out of the buil- j
din?, or how he was piled on the j
Some of the survivors tell thrilling!I
tales of escape, but others say that j I
the water came upon them during the j
r.igni ariG cnai Dfiurt: uit-y .jiuu j
to See. tiieir homes were being v/r.sii- |
ed away. . j
Rescue parties stayed in the valley 1 j
tonight with the expectation that j (
they could start work in earnest in I
the morning if the waters began to j
Cures Old Sores, Other rtemeffies Won't 30*. !
The worst cases, no matter of how long: standing:,
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. |
Porter's Antiseptic Keaimg un. ii relieves [
Paia and Heals at the vr* time. 25?:,50c, Jl.ft I
j JANE GREY In "MAI
? ? r-a-i
Opera House lue
r>i a cc
This is the s
j you want nic
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Uorne to sef. us.
ayes dock an
The House of a 1
I7~> t ywy <?, *r? w;. <PT? n
rnone Phi IiU?
j ^'O t f
25 doz Ladie;
ity China Silk
with frills, he:
T"! 1 1
1 his sale 01113
m ui It
1 Buy the ^Fen
N AND HIS ANGEL" j
isday August 8th
:e clear glass )
the place to
es, Tea Glasses, ;
thousand Things ' J
T3T*~ V>? /f If *"|p J| ^Hf T
[ cat Jim ? r aidi
3 Waists, made
JLJL1?> C WV
r $1.25 and
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5 ruled. bend
i St, N
i Waist" in the
> new styles ea<
Take Tare of Your Children's Feet.
. ;i the July American Magazine D:
Arthur R. Reynolds, former healt
-nr." troubles that can make life mis
erai.-i" and that come from feet tl:^
wore neglected in childhood. Ami n
other things lie says:
'"Children should go barefooted a
al! times wiiile indoors and throug
the summer. They should never wea
any foot covering at any time that i
any way distorts the toes or any pai
of the- foot, or that interferes in an
way with its normal growth, and d(
velopment. The same may be said <
"Any reform in the shape of shoe
must begin with the shoemaker's las
| I will be glac
! insurance o:
| cantile buildi
i in os.
m? Jb />?i
ANGER ^ ,^ers
; of fine qual)iuered?
A n z'
Dizes 6<o to $1.50
5c extra for
3 Ladies' Store
ewberry, S. C.
! seal pac enDh
week. A Is
Shoemakers do not seem to be able to
r. 'get away from form and" beauty in
j. shaping it. It is shaped largely by
c . . anti is pointeu iiiiU. t' ^ up
>- | at the toe. Xo normal foot is so
*-! shaped. The only rational last is
? made from a plaster cast of the foot
, while bearing weight, and the mold
, : can be made onlv of some semi-solid
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^ ' material that hardens when cool or
r ; dry. There is little hope of getting a
n ; rationally shaped shoe until the wood
.f j en last is totally discarded. It is safe
v i to assert that good-looking and non;
deforming shoes can be made without>
>s j THE HERALD AND NEWS OXE
t. ; YEAR FOR OXLY $1.50.
- .piM?wTrw-rnnnn?nail in i?in '
a&JF <f a^? W0
I several good
LV-C V'UiiipctiJito f
i to write your
n brick mer7
ngs and dwell
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