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(NOTICE TO WATER AND LIGHT
The Commissioners of Public Works
of the City of Newberry, S .C. have
and do hereby order that a discount
of 20 per cent (instead of the present
10 per cent) he now conditionally allowed
from regular, monthly water
and light bills only. The discount
oeing now effective ana consequently
apolying to this December the 1st
The conditions of the discount zre
that ail indebtedness then due the
commissioners be paid into their office,
which is now at 1011 & 13
Boyce St., not later than six o'clock
on the evening 01 me i m ui
month; and that mailed, discounted
checks are acceptable only where
their respective envelopes evidence
the facts that same actually were on
the inside of our local post office not
later than said 7th.
The Board earnestly requests the
public to assist the Management in
every little way possible in curtailing
all unnecessary meter testing,
ALL INACCESSIBLY PLACED
LIGHT METERS, cut-offs for nonpayment
of bills, etc.?and thereby
materially aid the Commissioners in
their present efforts to continue this
trial, 20 per cent discount.
In the possible event that the correctness
of a bill is in question, and
same is not brought to the attention
of the ?upt. in reasonable time for
the many investigations, ere the expiration
of the discount period (the
7th) then the consumer may receive
his discount only by paying in due
time, the bill under receipted protest.
The Board hereby assuring that all
worthy complaints will have just and
Just here the writer would respectfully
call your attention to certain
.bureau of Standards circulars which
are mailed .by our Washington Govt.
* * 11 *- will
and wmcn Duncans it is uuio^
convince one of the usual fact that
"once-right" meters in service tend
to under register; and also it is a
common practiie for a "good-faith"
deposit 01 $1.00 to accompany a cus,
. tomer's written request for ail irregular
tests. In circular No. 5G from
Washington you will find certain
items which are partly responsible for
our present efforts to test, without
solicitation or charges, the meters every
The commissioners would here explain
that even though a reestablishing
fee of one dollar ,($1.00; is
tdded to delinquent bills, the service
of which having been cut-off for the
second time for nonpayment by the
10th. such a charge usually will hardly
cover the total cost thus carelessly
imposed upon the iollertir.g and
It is the Management's partly informed
opinion that Newberry now
has one of the best lighting and general
purpose motor rates in this state;
and that her stove rate is 2nd best.
City-limit, ultimate rates are as
1st 40--K. -W. Hrs. at 8c each and
all thereafter at 3.2c each.
The uiltimate, monthly minimum
here amounts to 80c per each meter
?however where a consumer has a
motor or stove on h's ONE MET EH,
the minimum amounts to 40c per
each and every horse power connected
thereto, or the equivalent thereof.
1st 10 M. gallons at 20r per each
2nd 10 M. gallons at 16c per each
All thereafter at 12c per each
With a monthly minimum charge
^amounting to 80c per each meter.
H. W. SCHCMPERT,
State of South Carolina,
County of Newberry.
Court of Common Pleas.
Bank of Greenwood, Plaintiff,
M. T. Pitts and A. M. Chapman as
executors of the last will of Giles
Chapman, and Lizzie Werts, Janie
Bauknight, Emma Hughes, Maddie
Smith, ' Irvin Chapman, George
Chapman, A. M. Chapman and
Kate Chapman, defendants.
Pursuant to an order of the court
in the above entitled action, I will
sell at public auction, to the highest
bidder, at the court house in the town
of Nfewberry, in the county and state
aforesaid, on the first Monday in
December, salesday (4 th), 1922
within the legal hours of sale, the
following described Ao^#of land.to .wit;
All that tract 'er plantation of land
situate, lying and being in the count}
cf Newberry, state of South Carolina
containing five hundred thirty-eiarhl
and nine-tenths acres (538 9-10)
more or less, ind bounded bv Saluus
river, by lands of Graham McG
Smith, by lanHs of Southern Railway
lands of George Y. Hunter and bj
lands ot, or .formerly of, George C
Glasgow, and was duly recorded ii
the office of the -Clerk of Court foi
Newberry county in Mortgage boot
31 at page 12.
Terms of Sale: One-half of th(
purchase ^rice shall be paid in cash
and the balance shall be secured by z
purchase money mortgage of rh(
premises and the bond of the pur
chaser, bearing interest at the rati
of seven per cent per annum fronr
date of the sale. The bond and mort
^age shall also provide for the pay
ment of ten per cent attorneys fee ir
the event the same is piacea in cm
hands of attorneys for collection
Purchaser to pay for all papers, rev
enue stsmos and recording: fee.
JAMES D. QUATTLEBAUM,
Master for Newberry County.
November 1G, 1922.
We, the undersigneu. iic.oby fo:
bid any one from hunting-, fishing c
tiespcssing in any manner on any o
our plantations and will prosecute t
the limit any one caught on our pr?
mises hunting or fishing.
Silverstreet Real Estate Co.
JOHN W. LONG,
CSCAR W. LONG.
HENRY 0. LONG,
DAVID B. WERTS.
I UNRIVALED IV
Don't put off comm.
ing with n
BARGAINS IN WOMEN'
Friday, Saturday and Mo
going to sell handsome Coat
and Misses, made of polo c-lo
including that new snappy !
fects; values to $29.75- Sale
Every woman should see tin
these all wool, fancy braid an
ed, stylish suits, for the nex
Values up to $25.00. Sale j
Saturday and Monday
LADIES' COAT SU
Forty of these Coat Suits
Some of the most extraordin;
values we have ever offered,;
and every one worth a grea
You must see them (second
LADIES' TOP COJ
Hundreds of new Top Coal
y'tyw* ?-> ?* cj y*y*i a
il C\j C- i"i I id U11 ^ CXi 111'wl ! O V CV i. x x v> u
COATS UP TO $41
Coats of fine cut, velours, '
onal coatings, with fur trimn
tassels, new sleeve effects. N
seen such Coat bargains as th
Saturday and Monday sale p:
Warm, comfortable, all wc
stylish and neat appearand
these ordinarily sell for S10.C
A REAL E
I SILK DRESSES \
Many styles, no two a!?
on, two big racks full,
Monday. Worth double
mmtuMWM?li nii a'll I
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^ Ml d A H <*
g to this money-sa\
tew, fresh merchan
'lidaj we are Immense 5
s for Women Goats tha
>th, all styles, j out fur colli
Balmocan ei- I sizes to choc
price $19.50 i
ese. Fifty of !
d semi-tailor- ,.a},rn'
:t three days. 2, ~a Ii.
)rice Fridav, vuiue
ITS Ladies' ^
i go on sale. mixture, lis:
ary Coat Suit clocked sid<
all new styles
t deal more. BE
floor) $22.50 Hundred;
, pers in all c
ts. Rack after
the stamp of ' PURE
In ail the
rv nn spliced heel
J?uU *1 i*
Bolivia, diag- Talue- Po1flings,
braids, g9 .
ever have we c \
iese. Friday, ^ ? w'
rice ....$24.50 k?se> *
. the pair ....
>ol Coats of a ^
1 "1 -^ IHIV^vq ITPS
3. OOctlS 1 iivtr
0- Very spe- uminum, h
$5.95 price each, <
ke. We will put them
Friday. Saturday and
the sale price
:s Friday morning at 8 a. m.
rs happye Crowds will be he
teed 20 years. Dish Pans, La
rer Pots> Roasters, Pans, Perc
=> at only
r?? ?a? ?ii >??i ?i iimii arr r>i?Itrwi irrrm
ring event. Every c
.dise, bought at fche
Shipment Divided in Two Lots
X sold at $19.50. With or with
irs; a big range of styles ant
>se from. See them here
secy outing Gowns, well made
* 1 - " S-1 4- ">3 4"0 V\1 Ci
II pilGU Oil ci UCiiLCi
, special each 95
/Vool Hose in brown heathe
le heels and toes, double-tops
ss. Special the pair 95.
D ROOM SLIPPERS
s of pairs of Bed Room Slip
:olors for Women. Special th
? THREAD SILK HOSE
wanted colors and sizes; higv
is, double soles and toes. $1.5'
ly" extra special for $1.0
AlDIES' SILK HOSE 50c
(lite and cordovan, pure threa<
:wo to each buyer. Sale pric
ivy quality guaranteed pure al
irge size, worth $1.50. Salonly
^' 11': styles tc
|U | effects,
* ||i| I I i wanted
ill ; ill
This sale will make hundre
re, Every piece is made of pi
pped Kettles, Tea Kettles, D?
tdaiors and Coffee Pots, regi
3R THESE THI
lepartment in 01
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lowest mar^si |
Storm Serge, all w
: black, navy and all tr
i will sell this Friday,
? day at.the yard
Yes, we have hunc
' > j Coats from four-yeai
> ! y-N i i 1 1 j
j a uoat m tne ngnt siz
_ j the right price-to fit
r ALL WOC
c All wool Storm
SI.50 values, yard .
i- weight, 54 inches wic
See this 54-inch a
colors; a bargain at,
0 . FURS!
"Maw shvnmpnt md
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is pleased with its s
:1 double chokers and ?
c i KID GLOVE
250 pairs Ladies' ~
[. ors and sizes, self-'
e some in contrasting c
c at SI.98. Friday, Sat
5Y EXPRESS F
its that sold at $14
> choose from. All c
sport coats and dre;
coat materials. Sal
ds of thrifty
lire aluminum jF^
auhle Boilers., |L1 1% \
ilar $1.50 io
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REE DAYS I I
tr store is teem- | I
mce, | I
.....'.V. : 98c
Serge in good heavy
le, at the yard .. $2.75
lGE!,:- "0,v:. ' '; : til
il wool Serge in fall i
the vai$.......... $1.49
v-ir Ti> c* <>.
; unpacked. This store I
;howmg"of single and *
icarfs. | >|
I SENSATION ? I
Kid Gloves in all col- 1 "
stitched,' color dark: j |
:olors. This glove sells 1 |
urday, Monday $1.25 J I
OR THIS I j
.50. Hundreds of
olors. New sleeve
>s coats in all the ?1
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