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THE BACHELOR BRUTE.
Why He Would Have Married Had He
Been a Korean.
The matron was disgusted with
the bachelor. There was no doubt
aboutit. She ?aid abo was.
For tho fourth time he had foiled
jjcr most skillful efforts at match
making. She had given him every
opportunity to fall in love with four
girls, any one of whom was a prize.
They would have taken him, too,
had he asked: them tho ali impor
tait question; for he was decidedly
? "catch." But he was happy in his
gingie life and did not caro to take
"I wash njy hands of you,* she
said. "Neve* again, never, shall I
int rocl nco you to another girl, and I
hope you may never fcnow tho hap
piness of being married to a .charm
ine woman." ;
.'I second that hope with all my
heart," he added, smiling.
"I wish you had been born a Ko
rean !" she cried.
"Can't second that proposition,"
he replied. "American birth is good
enough for me. But why a,. Korean?
Surely you would not have me a
pygmy, that you might beat me."
"I wouldn't touch you," she an
swered shortly j ^flt if you had
been a Korean you woulfL forget
this bachelor madness. Until you
had married j^ou .vould have to
wear hair in a braid, keep quiet in
company and be without rights as a
man. That would bring you to timo
"I'm not so sure," he said. "Let j
us see what rights come to the Ko
rean by marriage. Ho can pile his
hair on top of his head, he can squat
instead of sitting down properly, j
and he can jabber away fen com- j
"But you forget that until mar- \
ried ho cannot smoke' tobacco."
She knew that was a telling shot.
Had lie not been punctuating his
remarks with rings from his shirring
"I did forget the smoking/' he
said, smiling. "If I were a Korean,
I would certainly marry."
"Brute !" sho cried as ho left her. '
-Ncw York Tribune.
She Got Her Papa.
William Allen was known as tho
"iron governor" of Ohio not be- i
cause he had been an iron king or j
anything like that, but because he
had not the slightest sympathy in
the world for a criminal, and when- ]
ever an application was made to him
to pardon an erring one he was aa
"iron" and could not be moved, so
he was called the "iron governor."
One Thanksgiving eve he was ap
plied to for executive clemency by
the wife of a notorious horse thief
and one who was serving a third
term at that. He sat at his desk,
his back turned to tho tearful plead
er, not oven condescending to look
.at her. She had brought with her
a five-year-old girl, who had been
quietly watching. Suddenly the
child went to him and, pulling his
"You mean old thing, I want my
And the "iron governor" snatched
her up, kissed her smack on the
mouth and said, "And you shall
True to his word, later that day
the wife and child came away from
tho prison with the pardoned hus
band and father.-Denver Times.
How Glass Beads Are Made.
Glass beads aro made in the fol
Two workmen take the melted
glass, colored or uncolored, from,
the pot by dipping their blowing
tubes into it. Each man then ex
pands the "gathering" on the end
?of his tube, opens the hollow bulb
?at the end of his tubes, and the two
bulbs while still very hot are joined
together. This done, the men walk
rapidly in opposite directions, thus
drawing out the hollow glass until
it is a long rod oi small dimensions.
AU this is done in a shed somewhat
like a rope walk.
The rod cools very quickly and is
broken into pieces about a foot long.
These shorter lengths are annealed
and cut again into mere fragments.
The next stage in the process is
placing these fragments into a drum
with a mixture of charcoal and plas
ter and causing the drum to revolve
over a Are. The effect is to soften
tho perforated canes, as they may
be called, and give them a rounded
form, the charcoal and plaster dust
preventing the beads from sticking
together while soft.
Over a Game nf Chess.
An awful example of the ristos to
be encountered by those who play
chess with adversaries of uncertain
temper is recorded in the "Annals
of the Four Masters." Two kings
of Irish provinces begun a game on
the best of terms, but he who got
the worst of it sei;''*! ono pf th?
rooks and flung it with such force at
his royal opponent .that it entered
the teain and killed him on the
Ta Gare & Geld la Ooe Day.
Take Laxativ? Brumo Quinine Tab
lets. AU druggists ref nod the money
if it fails to eure. E. W. Grovo'o
signature 0$ every box. 25c.
- Father (impressively)--Suppose
I should bo taken away Soddenly,
what would become of, yon, my hoy?
Irreverent 8dn-I'd stay here. The
question is: VWbst would become ot
- Might may not make right, but
it seldomgets left. >
Interesting Facts Brought Ont br the
Who's married and who isn't in the
United States? This is the question
that Director Merriam's census enu
merators have asked of all its oitixens.
Tho answers have all been carefully
compiled, and the result is a wonder*
fol array of tables setting forth the
"conjugal conditions'' of the oountry.
The District of Columbia figures in
these tables in a way to cause concern
to the heart of the maiden. There
are not only more maiden ladies in the
District of Columbia than anywhere
else in the United States in propor
tion to the population, but the dis
trict also leads ia the number of
widows. Thirty-eight out of every
100 females in the district are single.
The report deas not pretend to give
reasons for the conditions whioh it
seta forth, but in the oaee of ?he dis
trict several reasons might be suggest
ed for the single blessedness of its
female population. Government em
ployment' is very attractive io the
young women of the country/ and
when they once sucoeed in attaohing
themselves to Unole Sam they are
loath to give up his liberality for the
uncertain step of matrimony. What
applies to the maidens of the District
in this respect applies equally to the
widows. They are attracted here
from all parts of the oountry l y the.
hope or the oertainty of government
employ mont, and permanent residence
in Washington seems to be attractive
to them. At any rate, 16 per cent of
the female population of the district
aro widows, according to the census
There are other things in the report
pertaining to married life whioh are
very interesting. For instance, it is
shown that there are ?67 boys in this
country under the age of fifteen who
are married, while 3,785 girls under
fifteen . have husbands. The infant
widower* under the age of fifteen
number 33, while the infant widows
number 126. There are 7 divoreed
boys under fifteen and 30 divorced
girls. New York and Pennsylvania
lead in the n amber of boy husbands,
eaoh having 44, while Texan contains
more girl wives than any other State,
the number being 347.
The proportion of y jung women who
are married is greatly in excess of the
number of young men, as the figures
show that of the total number of males
between the ages of fifteen and nine
teen years only 1 per cent are mar
ried, while of the females of the same
ages 10.9 per cent are married. More
men are married between the ages of
twenty-five and twenty-nine than at
any other age, while mote women are
married between the ages of twenty
and twenty-five. The figures show
that if a woman reaches the age of
thirty-five without being married her
chances bes?me very slim.
There are in the United States 27,
849,751' married persons, or 36.5 per
cent of the total population. The
married males numbered 14,003,798,
or 35.9 per oent of the total male
population. The married females*
sursbcr 2S,355,GS3, or 37.2 per oent of
the entire female population. The
excess of married men over married
women is due largely to the fact that
many foreigners who come to the
United States leave their families be
hind them. Of males 15 years of age
.and over 54 5 per cent are married,
and of the females of fifteen years and
over, 53.9 per ceo" are married.
In proportion of the male popula
tion, more men set married in Illinois
than in any other State in the Union,
the percentage of married >men to the
total number of males fifteen years of
age and over in that State being 57.7.
I Though th'- number of women in the
newly settled States and Territories of
the weBt is less in proportion than in
the eastern States, the women who go
west have a better ohanoe of getting
husbands. Oklahoma is the best
place for women who are looking for
husbands to go. Of thc total female
population in that Territory, 69.6 per
oent are married. Of all the plaoea
under the jurisdiction of the United
States, however, tb Hawaiian Islands
would seem to be the paradise of the
husband hunter, for 77.9 per cent of
all the women in the islands are mar
The largest percentage of Bingle
men in tho United States proper is is
Wyoming, where 58.2 per oent wer o
reported unmarried. That, in spite
of the large percentage of married wo
men in Hawaii, the supply of raw ma
terial for' husbands in those islands
has not been exhausted is shown by
the faot that 59.? per cent cf the men
on the islands are reported unmarried.
There are 5,816 divoroed women in
Texas, more than in any other State
ia the Union, seeming to show
that while more women marry young
in Texas 1 than in any. other State,
many of them soon tire of married
lifo? The. greatest proportion of di
voroed women, however, wat found in
New Mexico and Arizona, one per
cent of the women in eaoh of these
territories being divorced. It is in
teresting to noter, as throwing some
light on the character of female emi
gration to Alaska, that 1.3 per oent of
the women in that territory told the
census enumerators that they had
Illinois leads all the other States in
the a umber of divorced seo, with a
total of 6,18l, though the largest per
centage of divorced men was reported
from Nevada, where 9 per cent of the
men were recorded as divorced.
The Blushing Habit.
At Vienna a scientist and doctor
who has made an especial study of
blashing dec-tares that it is a disease
of the nerves.
He declares that blashing should be
treated like any othor nervous disease,
and that in many instances it is hered
One of his patients (a mun) fold the
doctor that the fear of blushing, kept
alive by tho jocular taunts of his
friends, had caused him suoh depres
sion of spirits that he had several
times been on the verge of suioide.
Another patient (a sooiety woman)
suffered seriously from nervous pros*
tration in consequence of the teasing
of her friends, who made her blush
just "for the fun of it."
A colleague told the dootor of one
of his patients who was driven mad
by blushing. Her mental condition
was greatly improved by ber transfer
from a ohamber papered ju red and
famished in mahogany to a green
room with oak furniture. ?
This woman is again in society bat
is subject to occasional attacks of
blushing that affeots her mentally at
the sight of red dresses, red ribbons,
or anything in red.
He bas discovered that those addict
ed to blushing suffer less in sommer
than in the cold months, and that
summer is the best time of the year in
whioh to be treated for the annoying
There are critical times, even in the
warm months for the blusher. "When
a thunderstorm is in the air and in the
damp of the early morn and late at
night persons addioted to the habit
blush most often and most violently,'1
says the doctor, who distinguishes be
tween two kinds of blushing-blush
ing caused by extraordinary sensitive
ness, extreme bashfulness or modesty,
and blushing because of the blusher't
apprehension of the act of blushing.
A certain young lady, extremely
pretty, was driven to forswear sooietj
beoause the unfortunate affliction ol
blushing extended to her beautiful
neck and arms and thus prevented hei
from appearing in full dress. Thic
young woman suffers not only out
wardly, but she loses all self-oontro
when blushing. Her thoughts an
"all mixed up," and she cannot speal
She underwent treatment for ner
vousuess, but the doctors could no
Another singular case was that of i
leading actress, who consulted th
dootor. "She had ralu?d her com
plexios," said he, "by excessive us
of white grease paint applied to cove
her blushes, whioh marred her per
"She blushed whenever any thin,
went wrong behind the scenes or o
the stage, and had no control of he
emotions. She is a very young wc
man; I never ?net with the liuubi
among ac tres seo of mature years."
The doctor says that strong men d
not blush except under extraordin?r.
circumstanoe8; that blushing is trul
a mark of effeminacy. Blushing mei
are seldom oared, for they are cftei
sufferers from heart disease.
"I have known blushing fits, s
called," said he, "to last for houri
accompanied by ,irregular pulse an
excited heart. To blushing men an
women with families I say: 'If yo
have a boy or girl who blushes under
reproach or for* fear of being foun
ont, do not tell them of it. for if yo
do you will arouse in them apprc
hensions. If the child has any stead
inesB of mind you will undermine il
if he has no stamioa, you. will complete
ly unsettle him. There are foolish pee
pie who think their ohildren are iUnc
cent so long as they can blush. Whi
New Use for Kenned Paraffine Wai
A new and important use for Ki
fined Paraffine Wax seems to hov
been discovered by a prominent res
dent of Ohio, living near Laucaste,
who had two trees badly damaged b
storm, one being a maple and tb
other an apple. In each ease a lars
limb was broke i down from the tran!
but still attached to it. The limb
were propped np and fastened seonri
ly with straps, very much as a broke
leg mi?bl be fastened with splint!
and th in melted refined wax pour*
into and over all ?he oraoks. Til
"surgical operation" was entirely sui
?essful. The Paraffine prevented tb
escape of the sap, kept out the rai
tod moisture which would have rotte
tho trees, prevented the depredatiot
of ic sects, and the limbs seem thu
far to be perfectly re-attaohed to tl
Car load of the celebrated Stu deb
ker Wagons just arrived. Car los
of Tennessee and Old Hickory ac
Piedmont Wagons also on han
Prices right. (Jome and see us.
JOS. J. FRET WELL?.
I have just received a Car Load
the Celebrated, High Grade MU
BURN WAGONS. If you need
Wagon call and see them. They a
built right, and will please you.
J. a FOWLER.
(MOTHERS, DO YOU
the many so-called birth medicines, and
most remedies for vromen in the treatment
of her delicate organs, contain moro or less
opium, morphine and strychnine?
Do Yon Know that opium and morphine
aro stupefying narcotic poisons ?
Do you Knew mat in most countries drug
gists aro not nrrmUted to sell narc?tica wim
out labeling Ihem poisoner
Do You Know that you should not tobo
Internally any medicine for the pain accom
Do You Know that Mother'* Friend ia a
purely vegetable preparation, and that lt la
applied axternatly only.
Do You Know that Mother's Friend ia a
celebrated prescription and that it has been
in uso over forty years, and that each bottle
of the genuine bears the same of Tho Brad
field Regulator Co.?
Do you know that when you use thia pet
fect romedy during childbirth or throughout
tho entire period of gestation that you will
bo free of pain and bear healthy, clever
chi ld ron?
_Woll, these things aro worth knowing.
They aro facta. Ordruggists.tjLOO. Accept
BO substitute. Our book^Mothorhood" free.
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.,
ALiLi persona indebted to the Excelsior
Oil sud Fertilizer Company must settle
accounts on or by November 1st. The
affairs of the old Company most be set
tled by that date, and it la hoped that
every debtor will heed thia notice st once.
W. F. COX, President.
Pot 8. 1902_10_
COLLECTING time ia at hand,
and I take this method of notifying
all parties owing me that I must
make all collections in full, and un
less you arrange annis Boon I will
send a collector to see you.
J. S. FOWLER.
Sept 21, 1002 14
- OF -
WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.
No taste. Ko odor. Can be given in glass of
water, tea or coffee without patient's knowledge.
White Ribbon Remedy will cure or destroy the
diseased appetite for alcoholic stimulants, wheth
er the patient is a confirmed inebriate, a "tlpler,"
socisl drinker or drunkard. Impoulble for any
one to have an appetite for alcoholic liquors after
using White Ribbon Remedy.
Indorsed by Members of W. C. T. U.
Mrs. Moore, press sunerlntondent of Woman's
Christian Temperance Union, Ventura, Califor
nia, writes: "I have tested White Ribbon Remedy
on very obstinate drunkards, and the cares have
been many. In many cases the Remedy was giv
en secretly. I cheerfully recommend and Indorse
White Ribbon Remedy. Members of our Union
are delighted to find an economical treatment to
aid us in our temperance work."
Druggists or by mall, tl. Trial package free by
wriUng Mrs. A. M. Townsend Clo years Secreta
ry of a Woman's Christian \.~r -anco Union.)
218 Tremont St, Boston, Mass. Sold in Anderson
by ORB, GRAY & CO.
County Treasurer's Notice.
Tba County Treasurer's books will ba opened
for the col lection of Stat? and County and School
Taxes for tba Ascii year, 1BC2, at the Treasurer's
office from October ls te. December 31st, inclusive,
whore the foUowing levies will bs collected :
State Taxes_;-_....... 6 Mills
Ordinary County. 8 "
Constitutional Behool.............. 8 "
Publlo Roads_...^_.1 "
Past Indebtedness MW,.........'.1 "
Total. MHMWMMMU "
? special school levy for 2tinter School District
Ho. tl, 8 milla. Also Gantt School District No. 84,
t milis College District No. 20, town of Willlam
All able bodied mala citlsens between the ages
of SI and 60 shall be liable to cay a Poll T?x of 81.
except old soldiers, who are exempt from Poll Tax
at SO years of age.
?ll parsons owning properly In more than one
township will please make it koowa when paying
their Tax?e, ss :h?t any additional cost and pen
alty may be avoided.
bactlon 2. That all 8tate and County Taxe?, and
al' 1 axes collected when Bute and County Taxes
are collected shall be doe and payable on or before
the thirty-first d*y of December of each and every
year, and if such Taxes ana Assessments are not
paid on or before said time, a penalty of one per
ten tn m thereon shall be added by the County
Auditor on the County dunlicste ana collected by
the County Treasurer ; and if the said Taxes and
Astesaments snd pensltiea are not psid OD or be
fore the first day of February next thereafter, an
additional penalty of one per centum thereon
snaU ba anded by the County Auditor on the
County duplicate ana collected by the County
Treasurer; and if the ?aid Taxer Assessments and
Penalties are not paid on or before the first of
March next, an additional penalty of five per cen
tum thereon shall bo tdded by the County Audi
tor on tho County duplicate and collected by the
County Treasurer ; and If the said Tsxes, Assess
ments and Pen si iles are not paid on or before the
fifteenth day of March next thereafter, the ssld
County Treasurer ahall istue his tax execution
for the said Taxes and Assessments and Penalties
against the property of the deisulUDg taxpayer
according to law.
. All persons between the ages of 18 and 80 years
who ara able to work r.ade or eau ie them to be
worked, except preachers who have cb'irge of con
srrgai'ssi aud persons who served lu the war be
tween the States, aro liable to do road duty, and
in lieu of work may pay a Tax of one dollar, ta be
EOllected at the same time the other Taxes are
Bollected. I will give noUce laLr of the different
places I will visit.
j;_J. M. PAYNE. Co. Tress.
Notice ot Final Settlement.
THE undersigned. Administrators ol
the Estate of Kllahs (Snipe*, dee'd, here
by Rive notice that they will on Saturday,
November 8th, 1002, apply to the Judge
sf Probate of Anderson County, 8. C.,
for a Final Settlement nf asia ice tate,
ind a discharge from their oflice ss Ad
LOU. J. SNIPES, Adrn'x.
J. W. MAS8EY, Adm'r.
Notice of Final Settlement.
THE undersigned, ExecUwOr of the
Estate of John W. Daniela, deceased,
lierebv gives notice thal hs will ou Moa
lly, "November 10th, 1002, sonly to the
Tndge of Probate for Anderson County for
& Final Settlement of said Estate, and a
i [?Charge from his office ss Executor.
JOS. N. BROWN, Executor.
Oct Bj 1902_JQ_5
Notice of Final Settlement.
THE undersigned, Administratrix of
EUato of James K. Robinson, dee'd, here
by gives notice that she will on Friday,
Mat day of October, 1902. apply to the
Fudge of Probate for Anderson county,
9. C., for a Final Settlement of asid Es
tate,, abd a discharge from her office as
?d minist rstrix.
CYNTHIA A. ROBINSON, Adm's.
Oct 1,1902 15 S
Fudge of Probate's Sale.
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
CocuTr or Animus. N.
In th? Court Common Pica?.
r. Matt Cooler, Plaintiff, against G. | 8.
Lang Anderson, D?fendant.
Ic obedlenoe to the order of ssie herein,
[will sell In front of the Court House in
he City or Anderson, 8. C.. during the
iDual boura of sale, on balesday in Nov- \ b
.>mber nest, tho real estate desoribed aa lc
ollowa. te wit : ot
All that certain Tract of Land contain- ai
log Four Hundred aud Six tv-Two (462)
lores, more or less, in Willlamston s!
Township, County of Anderson, 8. C , a
DU waters of Kock Creek, adjoining landa bl
now or formerly belonging to H. B. d
Hogers, Thompson Hogg, G. W. Ander- ?
ton's estate, N. C. Dacus and others, be- o
lng the same conveyed to G. Lang An- t
iersou by G. W. Anderson by Deed bear- 0
lng date April 14th, 1884, recorded lu
nllloe of R, M. C.. ?aid County, lu Hook
XX, pases 10.1-104."
Said Laud has been divided into five
Traots, as shown on a Dlat made Februa
ry 4tb, 1890, by 8. G. Anderson, Sur
veyor, for G. L. Anderson, which has
been deposited lu the office of the Pro
bate Judge of said County, and eau there
e seen until the day of sale :
(1.) Tract Number Ono on said plat, on
the Southwest, containing 621 acres, more
(2.) Tract Number Two on said plat, on
the West, containing 58 6-10 acres, more
(3.) Tract Numbers Three and Six on
said plat, (to be sold together,) contain
ing 236 39-100 ?ores, more or less.
(4.) Tract Number Four on said plat,
on tbe East, containing 63 41-100 acres,
more or leas.
(5.) Tract Number Five on said plat, on
the Northwest, containing 50 50-100 acres,
more or !SPS.
R. Y. H. NANCE,
Judge of Probate as Special Referee.
Pot 13, 1992_17 3
Judge of Probate's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTT OF ANDERSON.
In the Court of Common Pleas.
F. G. Brown, W. R. Osborne and James
T. Pearson, partners under the name
and style of Brown, Osborne ?fc Com
pany, in their own right, and as an
sign?es of L. R. Watson and L. N.
Geer, and also aa assignees of Joseph J.
Fretwell, Plaintiffs, against A. T. New
ell, J. W. Hardin, T. H. Brock, W. L.
Brock, partners trading under the name
of Brock Bros., W. A. Neal, The Bank
of Anderson and j. Matt Cooley, De
In obedience to the order ot 3ale grant
ed herein, I will sell on balesday in No
vember next, in front of the Court House
in the City of Anderson. 8. C., during the
usual hoursof sale, (he Real and Personal
property hereinafter desoribed as follows,
Tract No. 1-Situate, lying and being
in the County end State aforesaid, con
taining one hundred and thirty-three and
one-half (1331) aeren. more or leBs, bound
ed by lands ot' Jo?. J, Fretwell, Tract No.
3 and others, and more fully described
by plat of Baise made by W. IL Shearer,
surveyor, .bearing date 0th day of Octo
Alao Tract No. 2-Containing three hun
dred and twenty "three (323) acres, more or
leas, lying and being In the County and
State aforesaid, bounded by Tract No. 3,
NP. 4, W. W. Thompsou and otbeis,
more fully described by plat of same
made by W. H. Susarer, surveyor, bear
log date October 9, 1902.
Also Tract No. 8-Containing two hun
dred and ninety-three (293) acres, more
or leso, situate, lying and being in the
County and State aforesaid, on west side
of Big Beaverdam Creak and on both
sides of Greenville road and adjoining
lands Whit Guyton, Tract No. 1, No. 4.
No. 2, J. Belton Watson and others, ana
more fully described by plat of same
made by W. H. Shearer, *urveyor, bear
ing date October 9, 1902.
Also Tract No.* 4-Containing one hun
dred and twelve and one-half (1134) aerea,
more or less, sitnate, lying and being in
the Connty and State aforesaid, adjoining
lands W. W. Thompson, Estate of J. A.
Jolly and others, ona more fully describ
ed by W. H. Shearer, surveyoi, bearing
date Ootober 0, 1902.
Also Tract No. 5-Containing forty
throe ord one-fourth (43$) acres, more or
lea?, sitnate, lying and being In the
County and State aforesaid, on weat aide
ot Big Beaverdam Greek, adjoining !?mds
of Monroe Martin, J. Belton Watson and
ethers, and more fully desoribed by plat
of same made by W. H. Shearer, sur
veyor, bearing date October 9,1G02.
Plats of all the above Traots will be on
exhibit the day of aale, and can be seen
In my office at any time from now until
Terms of Sale-One-half Cash and a
balan?a on a credit of twelve months from
day of sale, said credit portion to draw
interest at seven per oent per annum
from day of sale, the payment of said
oredit portion to be sec ar ed by bond of
the purchaser and a mortgage of the
premises, with leave to pay all cash.
E. Y. H. NANCE,
Judge of Probate as Special Refeiee.
Oct 15,1902 17_8
I will sell at public outcry to the
highest bidder at Calhoun Falls, S. C.,
on Tuesday, November 4th, 1902,
commencing at 12 o'clock noon, all
the property of The Western Carolina
Land and Improvement Company*
consisting of 700 acres of Land, more
or less, with valuable improvements
P. K. McCULLY, Pres.
Pot 15, 1902_17_?3_
LAND FOR SALE.
ONE Tract, whereon B. C. Crawford
now liva?, 204 acres, two miles East of
Clemson College, and adjoining lsnds of
same. Good dwelling, barn. Are.
One Tract, woodland, about 30 acree.
One mile S. W. of Pendleton.
For price* call and see or address
J. J. SITTON, Agent,
Pendleton, S. C.
Ang 27. 1002_10_2m
I hereby notify all parties who owe the
firm of Block ley ?fe Fretwell, by note or
otherwise, and all parties who are owing
me for Moles, Boggies, dre, that all
.-.mount due must be paid up promptly
by November 1st next, as I must have
JOS. J. FRETWELL.
Sept 17, 1902 17
FOR SALE !
WE offer for sale the Calhoun Falls
Spring and Plantation adjoining. The
whole property contains eight hundred
and fifty acres, more or lees. Will sell aa
a whole, or the Spring and fifty acres ad
joL"?g. For terma apply to
QUATTLEBAUM & COCHRAN,
Attorneys at Law, Anderson, S. C.
Sept 24, 1902_14_
Notice to Creditors.
ALL persons having demands against
the Estate of O. H. P. Fant, deceas
ed, are hereby notified to present them,
properly proven, to tba undersigned,
within the time prescribed by law, and
those indebted to make pavroont.
H. B. FANT, Executor.
O0L15,1902 ,17 4
udge of Probate's Sale.
8TATK OF SOOTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF ANDERSON.
J? the Court of Common Picas.
, J. Klug. O. D. Kiri? and others, Piala
tiff*, against S. J. Williams ana Annie
C. Qllrestb, Defendsnts.
Pursuivul io the '>rdcr of sale eranted
Brain I will sell on Sslesdsy in Novem
ar next, during the uausl hours of sale,
i front of the Court House in the City
r Anderson, the Real Estate described
i follows, to ?rit :
All that piece, parcel or Tract of Land,
tuste in the County and State above
lentloued, in Brushy Creek Township,
n waters of Brushy Creek, more fully
eaoribed by plats Noa. 2 and 3 of tho
?state of John P. Mitton, made 8th day v>
f Jauusry, 1960, by W. D. Garrison, said
wo TraetH containing one hundred and;
.fly. five 82-100 aerea,' moro or lons.
Tract No. 2, contamine; 83 03-100 acres,
nd Tract No. 3 09 10-100 arr OH.
Terms of Sale-Cash. PurohaAer to
ay extra for papers.
R. Y. II. NANCE,
Judge of Probate aa Special Referee.
Oct 8.1902 lt?_4
Fudge of Probate's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
In (he Court of Common Pleas.
Sinily 8words, John 8words, et al, Plain
tiff*, sgsinat Dacus C. Connelly, Jane 11
E. Parsons sud others, Defendants. a
In obedience to tho order of pale grant- t
>d herein, I will sell ou Hulead ny in No- c
. om hor next, in front of the Court House
n the City of Anderson, during the usual 1
lours of sale, the Real Estate deaorlbed t
LB follows, to wit : j
All tbst certain piero, parcel or Tract
sf Land aitusts tn tb? County and Bute \
sforesaif on Cuffy Creek, containing one J
hundred and fifty-nine sores, more or
less, adjoining lsnds of Henry Fielding,
John Owens and others.
Terms ot Sale-Cash. Purchaser to
pay extra for papera.
R. Y. H. NANCE,
Judge of Piobate aa Special Referee.
Pot 8, 1902_Iii_4
Judge of Probate's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OK ANDERSON.
In the Court of Common Fleas.
Mr*. Cora A. Harris and other?, Plaiu
'a?H against Reid L. Harria and otbera,
Pcicndauts.-Complaint for Partition.
In obtienes to the order of sale granted
heroin, I will sell in front of the Court
HouBe lu tbs city of Anderson, S. C., on
Baleaday iu November noxt, during the
usual boura nf Hale, the Real Estate de
scribed as folio WM, to-wit:
All that certain piece, parcel or Tract
of Land, Bltuate in Corner Township,
County and State aforeaald, containing
one hundred and twenty-two neron, more
or lean, a?joiuing ianda o?s. A. Harria.
Mr?. Cor? A. HarriH and others, sud
known aa the Nathan Harri? land.
Terme of Sale-Caab. Purchaser to
pay extra for papers.
R. Y. H. NANCE,
Judge of Probate as Special Referoe.
Oct 8, 11)02_Hi_4_
Land for Sale.
ABOUT 700 acre? at Retreat, Oconee
-County, r*'. C. Can bo divided into Traota
of 000 acre? or 400, or lesa. Good im
provements, orchard. Ac, Write to or
Bee undersigned in Westminster, S. C.
I)R. J. M. Mcf LANA HAN.
Oct 8, ?tK)2 10 4
Farm for Sale.
I will sell to highest bidder at Walhalla
Salesdsy in November next my Farm,
known as the Mitchell place, on Ooonee
Creek, seven miles from Walhalla, con
taining 417 aerea-50 sores bottom and 100
upland in cultivation. Thia Land will
be divided and sold in three tracts, plats
of which can be Been on day of sale. The
place can be treated for at private eale
previous to above dato. Terms-One
third cash, balanoe on any reasonable
time to each purchaser. Purchaser i
pay for papers. B. F. SLOAN.
Seneca, 8. C., Oct. 1,1902._16-4
If not previously sold at private sale,
tbs uuuciomuo? will sell to the Muhest
bidder on Bale sy in November, 1902, at
the usual hour of publia sales, in front of
the Court Hooss at Anderson, 8. C.
All that certain Lot of Land and im
provements thereon, situate in the Town
of WilllamstoDj Anderson County, S. C.,
oontalnlng one and three-fourths (1?)
acree, more or less, on Main street, and
od joining lota of O. H. Mahon and Mrs.
Cox, being the same Lot conveyed to me
by W. L. Pickel.
Terms ol Sale-Cash. Purchaser to pay
extra for papers.
J. L. TRIBBLE, Trustee.
Executif?' Sale of Valuable Lands.
BY virtue of authority given us lu the
last Will and Testament of John T. Lid
dell, deceased, late of Oconoe County,
S. C., we will aell to the highest bidder,
in front of the Court House at Walhalla,
S. C., on Salesday in November next, du
ring the usual hours of aale, three valua
ble Farms in Seneca Township, on Keo
wee River and Southern Hallway.
Tract No. 1, known os the Liddell home
place, and containiog 412 acres, moro or
Tract No 2, containing 314 acres, more
Tract No. S, containing 100 acres, more
These Tracto all adjoin, and aro a part
of the Geo. W. Liddell lands. They each
have good dwellings and outbuildings,
and good bottom lands on Koo woe River.
This will be a rare opportunity of se
curing a good farm.
Terms of Sale-One-third cash, balance
in two equal annual installments, se
cured by bond of purchaser, and mort
gage of the premises, with interest from
date of sale, or purchaser can pay ail
cash. Purchaser to par for papers.
ll. F. SLOAN. FT,,..?T*
J. E. LIDDELL, | Executora
Roneo?. S. C.. Sept. 24. 1002_l'>-4
WHEREAS we, thc undersigned end our as?oci
atcs and mccessor?, deal re to form ourselves into a
Corporation to bo known by tim u.wan of Ten net
tee, t?eorgla and South Carolina Railroad Compa
ny, for the purpoie of building and operating a
railroad, one terminus of which shall be within
Lbe City of Anderson, in Anderson County,
sud State of South Carolina, and tho other
on the Weet Boundary of Oconee County, In the
State aforesaid, which said ?lue of Railroad so as
tforcsai* beginning In the City of Anderson, In
the Count? r.nd State aforesaid, will pMj from lu
termlnu.- through the following Townships In the
County of Ander>ou, to wit ?--Anderson County.
Centreville, Rock Mills and Fork Townships; and
.rill also pass through tho following Townships In
the County of Oconee In ?sid State, to wit:-Cen
ter, Tugalow, Wagner and Chettooga; aa also
through the following towns or villagealn said
County, to-lt: at or near the town of West
minster, and at or near the town of Walhalla.
And, whereas, among the other rights and priv
ileges the subfcrlbers desire to have granted unto
tnem the right to exercise the power to condemn
lands for rights of way. depots, station houses,
?Ide tracks, and all other nocossa. j purposes.
Now, therefore, public notice Is hereby given
Tc-at least a period* of four weeks in advance, that
the subscribers will, on the :6th day of November.
A.D., 1802, Ale in the office of the Secretary of
9tata of South Carolina a written declaration and
peUtion and make application there on asid dsy,
as required by law. for a Charter, which, among
sther rights and privileges, shall grant unto them
tho right to exercise tho power to condemn land
for the rights of way, depot*, station houses, side
tracks, and other necessary purposes, within the
Counties of Anderson and Oconee In said State.
Witness our hands this th?> 1st day or October,
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