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jjk ^eralD and Jem
Watered at the Postoffice at New
tattj, S. C., as 2nd cia?s matter. |
*. H. AULL, EDITOR.
Tuesday, October 24, 1916.
IMPOKIHlNT >otice
Our boys want to go to the Fair,
and they say they want to go on
Thursday, we. suppose because there
must be a football game or something
like that on that day, and we always
t/\ pnoniira^e them to SO Off OC
casionally. And then, too, they have
been faithful and we are running with
a small force in number, but large in
"work, and we would like for then! to
hare an outing. -Now this is to say
that the next issue of The Herald
and News will be printed Wednesday
night and mailed out Thursday morning
instead of Friday morning.
A dfnwfiodtw on/3 /*npracnnTi rt on to Will
AU I O ?JUU W* A
please take notice that the office will
toe closed on Thursday and no work
tfone on that day and all ads for the
*ext issue must he In the office on
"Wenesday and all communications on
or before that day.
The circulation campaign man will
%e on his job and will see contestants
or subscribers in his office upstairs
-oyer The Herald and News office.
We think every citizen who caii
Aould spend one day at the Statb
Fair. It is a great reunion of the people
of South Carolina.
The city of Anderson has passed
tome traffic ordinances. Newberry
badly needs one, and then it should be
aaforced. Turning the corners of our
marrow streets is very dangerous at
11 *- - * - ? - - J ??- <V rv/j Vw? O Am /v
me rate 01 speea maiuiamcu uy ouuic
of our auto drivers, unless there was
goane regulation to keep to the right
and then that regulation strictly observed
and enforced. "??
TAX NOTICE
The books for the collection of
state and county taxes will be open
from October 15th, 1916, to December31st,
1916.
Those who prefer to do so can pay
in January, 1917, with one per cent;
those w!ho prefer to pay in Februrary,
1917, can pay 'by adding 2 per cent;
those who prefer paying from March
1st. to March 15th, 1917, can do so
by adding 7 per cent; after March
lath, 1917, the books will 'be closed. |
Taxpayers owning property in more;
than one township will please inform !
me when paying or writing for the
amount of his or her tax.
By referring to your tax receipt of
1916, you will knowr the township in i
"which your property is located.
The levy for 1917 is as follows:
Mills
State 5 !
Pensions and Confederate Infirmary
1 !
Repairs State Hospital for the
Insane *. 12
Ordinary County A. 3 12
Roads and Bridges 3 8 j
Ordinary County Note 12!
Constitutional School Tax 3
Road and Bridges 1
Oourt House 12
Total 1518!
Except the following localities where |
an additional railroad tax has been
leviad.
Mills
Township No. 1 112
Township No. 8 3 !
IA T4 /I rt w\ 4 il. - f 1 * ? . . . '
caucpl me lonowing scnool districts,
where special school tax has
been levied.
Mills
Districts Nos. 1, 5S 6
Districts Nos. 5, 9, 11. 12, 15, 16, i
17. 18, 21, 27. 32. 35, 41, 43, 57
and 59 2 j
District Xo. 10 1
Districts Xos. 13, 19, 20, 23, 31,
34, 39, 40, 44, 45, 48, 49, 55 ^ j
and 56 4
Districts Nos. 14, 22, 33, 52 8 j
District No. 26 7 i
District No. 47 3 ;
District No. 30 10 12
A poll tax of One Dollar has been
levied on all male citizens between
the ages of 21 and sixty years, except
those exempt by law.
A tax of Fifty -Cents is levied on all
dogs.
Persons liable to road duty mav x>av
a commutation tax of $2.00 from Oct.
15th, 1916, to 31st day fo December,
1916.
C. C. SCHUMPERT,
County Treasurer.
MISS DUNCAN QUEEN
OF HARVEST JUBILEE
The State.
Miss lx>uisa Duncan will be queen !
of the Hervest Jubilee. The central
I ~ ;
j committee so announced yesterday
NOTICE OF JURY DRAWING
Notice is hereby given that we, the
N
undersigned Jury 'Commissioners for
Newberry County, S. C., will at the
office of the Clerk of Court for Newberry
county, at nine o'clock, A. M.,
November 3rd, 1916, openly and publicly
draw the names of thirty-six
(36) men, who shall serve for one
week as Petit Jurors, at the Court
of Common Pleas, wafch will convene
at Newberry Court House, .November
20th, 1916 and will continue tor two
weeks.
C. C. SCHUMPERT,
J. B. HALFACRE,
JiXO. C. GOGG&iN.S,
ffurv Commissioners for Newberrv
County, S. C.
October 23rd. 1916.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
OF PARTNERSHIP
The partnership heretofore existing
between Sims G. Brown, George C.
Hipp, and iWilliam J. Swittenburg, is
hereby dissolved by mutual consent.
The said George C. Hipp asumes all
of the obligations and liabilities of said
partnership. All parties indebted to
said partnership will make payment
to said George JC. Hipp.
This Oct. 20th, 1916.
S. G. BROWN,
GEO. C. HIPP,
W. J. SWITTENBERG,
j Having purchased the interests of
i n Rrnwn i^riH "William J. S"Wif
tenberg in the partnership heretofore
I existing between them and the underi.
signed, I will continue the businses
at the same old stand in my own
name.
GEO. C. HIPP.
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! A FINANCIAL
I
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Has been made by the
town and community,
household goods can't 1
I and the prices are unbeat
This is the house of a i
? J 4-. v U/\/^t
you are umueu tu ucmmi
isfied customers.
Just received cases, b?
brand new, to date goods
shelves are bulging and o
Enamelware, Glassware
Toys, Dolls, Music, Stati
plies, f ost (^ards, Story a
and hundreds of other go
Come and see for yours
ROBINSON'S
V
FRIDAY C
JE53E L. LA!
The renowned 1
] Lou T(
II
"The Victory c
From the story by A1
f A powerful photodrama that ri
Tnnn pmntions and that ten
victories of a m
Released through Paramo
Arcade
after canvassing the votes polled in
the competition conducted by South
Carolina newspapers. The maids of
honor elected were .Misses Rebecca
Hanah..n of Fairfield, Miss Frances
, Hickling of Chester and Miss Capitola
j King of Florence. A fourth maid is
i to be designated uy the queen-elect
| herself.
| Miss Duncan, daughter of Mr. and
i Mrs. Thomas C. Duncan of Union, is
i a graduate of the 'College for Women
| in Columbia -:;nd is well known soj
daily throughout the State. She will
return to Union today from Atlanta,
and probably will announce at once
; her choice of the fourth maid oi
; honor.
Four reasons why you should have
| your glasses fitted at P. C. Jeans and
I Company.
| iWfe are here THREE HUNDRED
I AND SIXTY-FIVE days a YEAR to
! see that they are satisfactory.
We are kere to tighten them up
when they get loose and to straighten
them up when they get out of
j shape.
j .We change any lens free of charge
| that fails to give satisfaction for
We give you your money back if our
GLASSES are not satisfactory.
F. C. JEANS & COMPANY
Reliable
Opticians and Jewelers.
fwSOTHtY
iconomical folks of this
They find our line of
>e duplicated anywhere,
able.
thousand specialties, and
i one of our many satirrels
and hogsheads of
s, and our counters ana
verflowing with Dishes
, Notions, Hardware,
ionery and School Sup,nd
Picture Books, Bibles
od items.
ielf.
10c SlUKfc.
)CT. 27th
SKY Presents
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Romantic actor*
Jlegen
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li LUIIMIC11LC
exandro de Jennelli.
ins the entire gamut of bu
annates with the spiritual
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an and a maid.
unt Pictures Corporation
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Miss Duncan will be crowned queen
of' jubilee week Monday evening 011
the State house portico by Eugene B.
Gary of Abbeville, chief justice, Gov.
M inning, who was to have performed
!
I the pretty ceremony, being in St.
Louis attending the Episcopal general
convention. The queen's procession
will move from the Jefferson hotel to
I How would ^
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Any
I Special Tickets
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tumoiers, vase*
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When W est
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make money? Las
house to accommod
ty of room. We he
jnow as we had this
is the case everywh(
we would like for 01
fk om mnnpv
lliaiVV ItiVilA 1AAVAXVJ
storing our friends \
your unsold cotton
Receipts are as gooc
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are cuixiuus lu get ij
[Warehouse, and ma
This drawing fc
about 15c. Now it
John I. H. Aull,
driving to our platro
FARMERS V
J. A. BURTON, Pr<
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the State !:oase and after the coronation
the queen's ball will be danced
1 in the capitol plaza.
i
Following is the vote announced
by the committee yesterday: Miss
Duncan. 92S.200; Miss H-mahan, 795,400;
Miss Hickling, 614,200; Mis.?
King, 509,100. There were 21 nominees.
pou like to hav<
igured Mahogar
YER PI
FREE:
Lady is El
5 Saturday on Gla
5, Pitchers, Tinwa
Bowls and Pitchers
Piece Dinner Set $
-Martin Co. Sc
It's Oak
T :
v that this is the yeai
t year we had to bui
ate our customers,
ive not half as much
time last year. Thi,
?re. We have more
iir farmer friends to
We appreciate all
lave given us. We a
to weigh and store
I cprnrihr as VflU nee
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liem. Store your co
ke money.
>r the cut was made
is much higher.
our weigher, will be
rm.
WAREHOUSE
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In arranging for the queen's parade
Monday night, Pierre Mazyc-k, cap- *
tain of Adluh l^nd, desires that all
Shiiners participating wear regub
tion dress suits with red fez and report
at the Jefferson hotel at 8
o'clock. They are also expected to
participate in all the social functions
oi the evening.
e a beautiful
ANO
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issware. Lamps,
re, Toilet Sets,
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3.50 .
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iys It's Oak
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ffy ill I * \ > |
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id an extra ware-^R
Now we have plen- 1
cotton on storage |
s, we are satisfied, J
storage room thaflH
have---which willffi
the weighing and 1
isk a good share of J
Our Warehouse!
d. All our Banks fl
tton in the Farmers I
when cotton was I
pleased to see you
company!
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