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Total Value 01 Property Subject to
< Taxation in South Carolina Nearly
Three Hundred Million Dollars.
Columbia, December 11.?The total
taxable property in South Carolina
this year i* $291,531,003, as compared
with $287,132,019 for 1911. an in
crease of over $4,000,000 according to
figures obtained to-day from the office
of Comptroller General Jones and compiled
from abstracts of the auditors
of the different counties in the
State. The comparisons witli 1911 foli/,n..
iU rv .
r 1912?Acres of land. 1S.666.412. Total
value of real estate, $1 52,052,298. Total
value of personal property, $96,119,406.
Total value of railroad property,* 13,359,299.
Tota1 taxable property, $291,531,003.
1911?Acres of land, 18,.">96,162. Total
value of real estate, $149,802,901. Total
value of personal property, $94,192,625.
Total value of rairoad property, $43,136,493.
Total taxable property $2S7,j
The total taxable property of each
county shows Charleston leading with
over $25,000,000 and Spartanburg second
with over $19,000,000, the figures
by counties following:
Value by Counties.
The following table shows the total
value of all property for taxation in
the various counties of the State:
Abbeville $ 6.027,738
^ Barnwell 6,19S,470
Chesterfield <*,120,0 <u
"v, Darlington 6,329,13S
? Jasper 2,426,442
x Kershaw ...' 4,810,704
it j Lexington 5,395,317
w Marion ?.. 3,705,754
Total for ... State ...$291,531,003
' The amount raised by State taxes
this year was $1,676,303,268. The levy
was 5 3-4 mills. The amounts by counties
Mate Taxes <>y lounnes.
Abbeville $ 34,659,493
t Berkeley 22,340,291
T\ 1 ~ - 1 0 91 Q
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? Greenville 90,013,60."
/ Horry 17,645,743
- Marion 21,308,085
^ Marlboro 27,932,804
Richland . 105,524.063
i Will'rtis'ou g ?6.*25.1SS
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ooo have been sold a
Q ?delivery car S625
Iwith all equipment.
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pany, Michigan and
or from Detroit factc
! WILSON LEAVES VACATION LAM).
Pwitifiont.oio/.i i-'vnrpsspv Himself as
' I i t ^5iuv 1U V ivv 1 .
Delighted H itli Break in His
JKonnd of Duties.
Hamilton. Bermuda, Dec. 14.?
President-elect W'oodrow Wilson saili
ed today for New York on the stean!
er Bermudian. A large crowd gather1
ed on the quay and cheered Mr. Wili
son as the steamer sailed away.
| Mr. Wilson declared he was dej
lighted with his vacation.
Gov. Wilson put his own baggage
on board the vessel.
The Bermudian was escorted down
the harbor by British officials in steam
To Welcome Wilson Warmly.
Staunton, Va., Dec. 14.?President;
elect Wood row Wilson's coming to his
< birthplace here December 28 "will be
greeted with bonfires throughout Virginia,
according to plans now being
made. Along the route of the presi
dent-elect from Alexandria, shortly af
, ter he nters the State, to Staunton,
; fires will blaze a welcome. At Monticello,
Jefferson's old home, at Mont?
; peiior, Madison's old home, and other
i prominent points the fires will burn,
j Vice President-elect Thomas R.
Marshall, it is expected, will make an
address here in February.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Yfttine k hereby given that I will
1 make final settlement of the estate of
| Dr. Geo. Douglass, deceased, in the
! Probate Court of Newberry County,
: State of South Carolina, at 11 o'clock
I in the forenoon, on Thursday, Decem.
ber 12, 1912, and immediately there:
after /apply f^r letters dismissory as
administratrix of said estate.
Lenora E. Douglass,
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j SOLD BY ORtiGGISTS EVERYWHERE
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS.
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the County Board of
Commissioners for Newberry countv
will be held on Thursday, the ninth
day of January, 1913. All persons holdj
in? demands of any kind against the
i County, not previously presented to
j the Board, will file the same with the
i Clerk on or before the first day of
I L. I. Feagle,
H C. Holloway,
j Dec. 6. 13, 20 and 27.
. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERBY,
j COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
George S. Mower, Treasurer of Ers
kine College, Plaintiff,
Hugh T. Renwick. Defendant.
By virtue of an order of the Court
. herein, I will seli to the highest bid:
der before the Court House at Xewberry,
South Carolina, on Monday, January
6th. 1913. the same being sale:
11 All that tract of land in the county
11 and State aforesaid, containing sixtyfive
(65) acres, more or less, and
? bounded by lands of or in possession
i.f John S. RuiT, P. G. Gienn, K:igh T.
v. onvvick j.iid >. S. P.-.1 iiwick, the .sirr.v
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'Lll OCU_na\.i vcv
)u do not postrenth
ars were disapon
rly orders. |
Kcrd. Nearly icSo,ncl
>5?touring ear S600
?town ear SSoo?
f. o. 1). Detroit.
Ford Motor Com- j|
beinland conveyed to the said Hugh
i T. Renwick by Marcellus A. Renwick'
by deed dated November, 1909, and J
known as the Glenn place.
Terms of sale: One third cash, the
balance in two equal annual instal,
ments, with interest from day of sale
of +lia rnto nf pipIif nor npr
num, payable annually, with leave to
anticipate the credit portion in whole i
or in part; the credit portion to be j
t secured by bond of the purchaser and j
mortgage of the premises sold, which j
! mortgage shall contain a stipulation to
| pay the usual ten per cent, attorney's :
fees for its collection in case it is col-;
lected by suit or is placed in the hands j
J of an attorney for collection. Pur-1
; chaser to pay for papers and for re!
cording the same. *
H. H. Rikard,
\ Master's office, Dec. 11, 1912.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT, j
Notice is hereby given that the un-|
ders-igned will make final settlement
as administratrix of the estate of Ed- i
win L. Werts, minor, deceased in the'
Probate Court of Newberry County,;
| South Carolina, on January 3, 1913, at;
| 11 o'clock in the xorenoon, and will j
; immediately thereafter apply for herj
discharge such administratrix. All
: persons holding claims against said 1
! estate will file same, as required by I
i law and al persons indebted to;
! said will make immediate settlement, :
with the undersigned or her attor- i
Mrs. Lucretia J. Dawkins,
I, or an authorized agent, will be j
at the following places named below j
for the purpose of taking returns of I
? T-OO T* 1 Q1 O !
yciovJUrti yi ui;ri i; ivi iicv.cn ;tui j. v v>.
Newberry, January 1st to 4th, in- i
. Jolly Street, "Monday, Jan. 6th.
Pomaria, Tuesday, Jan. Tth.
Walton, Wednesday, Jan. Sth.
Mt. Pleasant, Thursday Jan. 9th.
Maybinton, Friday, Jan. 10th.
Longshore. Monday, Jan. 13th.
Newberry, Saturday, Jan. 11th.
Silver Street, Tuesday, Jan. 14th.
Chappells, Wednesday, Jan. loth.
Kinards, Thursday, Jan. 16th.
Whitmire, Friday and Saturday, Jan.;
17th and 18th.
St. Lukes, Monday, Jan. 20th.
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u .\eaus, luesaay, jau. -ist.
Little Mountain. Wednesday, Jan.'
} Prosperity. Thursday and Friday.
! Jan. 23rd and 24th.
Newoerry, Moiiuhon Mill, Saturday
| Jan. 27th.
Newberry, Oakland Mill, Monday'
j Newberry Cour: House, Jan. 2Sth to
! Feb. 20th. , (i
j The time for making assessmeris;
expires on Thursday, F'rb. 20th. and;
all persons, firms and corporations I
failing to make their returns by 6
' o'clock on the evening of Feb. 20th. a:
penalty of 50 per cent will be added j
to their assessment of fiscal year 1913. |
The law requires a tax to be charged j
on all moneys, notes and mortgages.;
i also -in inCtnne lax on g.oss incomes'
I in exc si of $2,500.00.
i There shall be a capitation tax of;
fifty cents on all dogs, the proceeds'
to be expended for school purposes.:
I Doss not returned for taxation shall!
: cot be considered as property in any;
of the courts of this State.
All male persons between the ages ,
of 21 and 60 years are liable to pay]
poll tax, except Confederate soldiers, j
('V* tli'-s : i!"* *cf earn?Tig
;> '"ron ' "> i: ~ ,:,.a;rr?d or frctn
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You'll find vour IDEAL
We Prepay Express Charg
Clarke's Happy Valley Corn .$2.50
Ciarke's Old Tar Heel Corn r.. 2.85
Clarke's Select Old Corn 3.35
Ciarke's Private Stock Corn
Clarke's Sunny South Rye 3.35
Clarke's Old Stand-by Rye 3.85
Clarke's Monogram Rye 4.75
Ciarke's Royal Wreath (Bottled in bond)
Clarke's Pure Rye (Bottled in Bond)
Clarke'* Malt Whiskey 3.50
Mail your order to-day fc
of the Clarke Guarantee, wh
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same day order is received. <
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Nothing but personal property Is to !
be ass^sed this year, but all persons j
who have bought or sold any real es-1
tate since last return are r^uir-J to
note such transfers 011 their returns
for 1913 .
All property must be assessed "at
its 'rue value." which is construed to
" riiA ismri of money which such
property, under the ordinary circura- j
stances would sell for cash." .
Please do not ask that your prep- j
ertv be taken from the auditor's dupli- j
eate the same as last return, for the j
iaw requires that all property must be
listed on regular tax return blanks and
signed and s^orn to by person listing
Xaine of township and school dis- j
t. ict must be given on every return, i
FTOEN'E S. WERTS.
A li'or r.-'v^.-ry I *.:/y N'ew
)p a nip of CLARKE'S. Every br
Whiskies, Brandies and Corrals?
^es, on the following to all points on Adam
2 Gal. 4 Full 12 Full
Jug Quarts Quarts
$4.50 $2.75 $7.75 Clarke's Corn-Malt Whiskey
5.00 3.25 9.00 Clarke's Private Stock Apple ]
6.00 4.00 10.00 Clarke's Select Peach Brandy
.... 4.75 13.00 Scuppernong Wine (Oid Vintj
6.00 3.75 10.00 Sherry Wine (Old Vintage)...
7.00 4.00 11.00 Sherry Wine (Royal)
9.00 5.00 14.00 Port Wine (Old Vintage)
4.50 12.00 Imported Sherry Wine (Rubic
.... 5.00 12.00 Imported Sherry Wine (Oloro:
6.25 4.00 10.00 Imported Port Wine (Old Tav?
y be assorted, if desired, at quantity ]
>r some of the above well known
ich means, "The goods must pie
rom "CLARKE" of Richmond. S
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