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j THE OLD :
When I tell you, my only friend,
i0 whom I CO rarely write and
vhora I more rarely see, that my
lonely life bas not been without
love for woman, you will perhaps
laugh or doubt.
"Whatl" you will say. "That
.-aunt old specter in his, attic, with
fiis books, his ;obacco anti his three
flowerpots? He would ?nos know
that there is mch a word as love
did he not encounter it now and
then in bis reading."
True, I have divided my days be
tween thc bo?ks in a rich man's
cou riling room and those in my at
tic. True, again,-1 have never been
more than merely passable to look
a: even in my best days.
Yet I have loved a '.roman.
During the five years when my
elder brother lay in tho hospital
across thc river, where he died, it
B was my custom to visit him every
Sunday. I enjoyed the afternoon
? walk to thc suburbs, where the air
has more of nature in it, especially
H t?m portion of the walk which lay
Bj upon the bridge! More life than
was usual upon the bridge moved
? there on Sunday^. Then the cars
H were crowded with people seeking
St t)K. parks. Many crossed on foot,
B stopping to look idly down at tho
dark and sluggish water.
One afternoon as I stood thus
H leaning over the parapet the sound
of a woman's gentle laugh caused
I me to turn and ocularly inquire its
source. The woman and a man
were approaching. At the side of
the woman walked soberly a hand
some dog, a collie. There was that
H iu their appearance and manner
B which plainly told me that liere
I were husband and" wife of the mid
dle class, intelligent, but poor, out
I for a stroll. That they were quite
devoted to each other was easily dis
The man looked about thirty
years of age, was tall, slender and
I witli neither strong nor handsome,
but amiable, face. He was doubt
less a clerk fit to be something bet
The woman was pei haps twenty
8 four. She was not quite beautiful,
B yet she was more than pretty. She
B was of good size and figure, and the
B short plush coat that she wore and
the manner in which she kept her
B hands thrust in the pockets thereof
B gave to her a dauntless air which
B the quiet and affectionate expres
E? sion of her face softened.
She was a brunette, her eye?? be
ra ing large and distinctly dark brown,
her face having that peculiar com
plexion which is most quickly af
fected by any chang? in health.
The color of her cheeks, the dark
I rim under her eyes and other inde
? finable signs indicated some radical
H ailment. In. the quick- glance, that
I had of that pair while the woman
was smiling a feeling of pity came
H over me. I have never detected the
exact cause of that emotion. Per
haps in the woman's face I read the
trace of past bodily and mental suf
gg fering, perhaps a subtle murk thai
dj death had already Bet there.
Neither the woman nor her hus
band noticed me as they passed
The dog regarded me cautiously
B with the corner of his eye. I prob
B ably would never* have thought ol
the three again had I not seen then:
S upon the bridge under exactly" thc
same circumstances on the next
So these young and then happ]
people walked here every Sunday, J
thought. This perhaps was an evenl
B looked forward to throughout th<
H week. The husband doubtless wai
kept a prisoner and slave at his desi
from Monday morning until Satur
day night, with respite only for eat
lng and sleeping. Such cases ar<
B common even with people who cai
think and who have some taste fo:
luxury and who are not devoid ?:
love for the beautiful.
The sight of happiness which ex
n i8ts despite the cruelty of fate am
man and which is tempoiftrily un
conscious of its own liability to in
? terruption and extinction invaria
g Wy fills me with sa/ ?esB. And th
m ?adness which arose at the contem
plation of these two beings begot ii
jne a^ strong? sympathy for and in
BB -crest in them.
mn On Sundays thereafter I would g
H early to the bridge and wait unti
j they passed, for it proved ?hat thi
was their habitual Sunday wa^.
? Sometimes they would pause an
B to tll.08e S*2** down *b
black river. ? would now and agai
? resumo my journey toward the hoi
? "Prtal while they thus stood, , and
fl ?JJ^d.look back from a diatano
? -The bridge would then appear t
? nie an abrupt ascent, rising to th
I denso- city, and their two figure
? yould stand out clearly against th
Bj It became a matter of care to rc
to observe each Sunday whether tih
Bj of either had varied/anrin
H the previous week . The husban
ag ?fays pale and alight, showed litt
? Jjjaage, and that inf reuuently. Bi
? ye .fluctuations of tho woman as i
M <ucatcd by complexion, gait, expre
Bl ?on and otherwise were numeroi
and pronounced. jDfteu she look
? brighter a?id :aofe robust than <
? ?e preceding Sunday. Her fa?
H Jo old be then rounded out, and U
H ^ crescenta beneath her ey
? would be les3 marked. Then I Sow
? myself elated.
cheeks had receded slightly, trie
healthy luster of the eyes had given
way to an ominous glow; tho warn
ing of death had returned. Then
my heurt would sink, and, sighing, I
would murmur inaudibly:
'This is one of the baa Sundays."
Thero came a time when every
Sunday was a bad one.
What made mo love this woman?
Simply the unmistakable complete
ness and constancy of her devotion
to her husband, the absorption of
the woman in tho wife. Had the
Btrange ways of chance ever made
known to her my feeling and had
she swerved from that devotion
even to render me back love for
love, then my own adoration for her
would surely have departed.
Yes, I loved her if to fill ono's
life with thoughts of a woman, if
in fancy to see her face by day and
night, if to have the will to die for
her or to bear pain for her-ii these
and many more things mean lo .'e.
. My richest joy was to see her con
tent with ber husband, and tho
darkest woe of my life was to antic
ipate the termination of their hap
piness. . . . -
So the Sundays passed. One aft
ernoon I waited until almost dusk,
yet the couple did not appear.
For s?veu Sundays in succession
I did not meet them upon their
On the eighth Sunday I saw the
dog first, then the man. The-latter
was looking over the railing. The
woman was not with him. Appre
hensively I sought with my eyes his
face. Much grief and loneliness
were depicted there.
Was ne or I the greater mourn
er, I wonder ?
,1 suppose itwo years'passed after
that day ere I again beheld the wid
ower^ whose name I do not and
probably never shall know, upon
the bridge. The dog was not with
him this time. It was a fine, sunny
afternoon in May. Grief was no
longer in his face. By his 6ide was
a very pretty, animated, rosy little
woman whom I had never seen be
fore. They walked close to each
other, and she looked with the ut
most tenderness into his face. She
evidently was not yet entirely ac
customed to the wedding ring which
I observed upon her finger.
I think that tears came to my
eyes at this sight. Those great
brown eyes, the plush sack, the love
ly face that had borne the impress
of sorrow and so speedily had felt
death-these might never have ex
isted so soon had they been forgot
ten by the one being in the world
for ivhom that face had worn the as
pect of a perfect love.
Yet one upon whom those eyes
never rested has remembered, and
surely the memory of her is mine
to wed, since he whose right it was
to cherish it had allowed himself to
be divorced from it in so brief a
The memory of her is with me al
ways, fills my soul, beautifies my
life, makes green and radiant this
existence which all who know mo
think cold, bleak, empty, repellent.
. You will not laugh, then, my
friend, when I tell you that love is
not to me a thing unknown.
. * . . . ? . .
So runs a part of the last letter
to my father that ?he old bookkeep
er ever wrote.
Largest and Smallest Book.
The British museum owns the
largest book in the world and the
smallest. The largest is an atlas or
the fifteenth 'century. It is seven
feet high. Between its generous
leaves u tall man's head is hidden.
Its stout binding and ponderous
clasps make it seem as substantial
is the walls of a room. The small
sst is a tiny "Bijou Almanac"-less
than an inch square, bound in dain
ty red morocco and easily to be con
sealed in tho finger of a lady's glove.
These two extremes of tho printer's
ire might well stand at the begin
ning and the end of the amazing
thirty-seven miles of shelves filled
with books which make up a part
rf the printed treasures of the great
Miss Goldy-J-I can never marry a
nan who works for a living.
D'Auber-But I am an artist,
Miss Goldy--Yes; but you sell
D'Auber (with ri viojoi? of the
lard time he has boen having ever
jince he r?itered tho profession)
STou orrong' me, M\BU Goldy; you
vro?\g mc I never auld a picture in
ny life. \
To Cuts a Cold la OBS Day.
fake laxative Bromo Quinine. Tab
eta. All druggists refund the money
f it fs ls to cure. E. W. Grove's
ignaturt on every box. 25c.
- Victor H. Ba??ett, of Johns Hop
:iuG Uaivemty, sod Charles Duval,
f the University of Pennsylvania,
lave discovered the germ of the dis
ses which is popularly known as
'sommer complaint." After the
leath of his grandson, John D. Rock
xeiier donated $200,000 to found an
?stitate of medical research in bac
erlology. With the means, provided
>y the Rockefeller fund, Mr/ Bassett
nd Mr. Duval have been enabled to
sake their discovery. The germ is
onnd to be the same aa that which
s?ses soute dysentery in adults.
-- Madge-"What method of court
hip does he use?" Prac-"Oh, he
Meets to have found tie only girl in
ho world who understands him."
- ID Franco a maa on entering the
bonds of matrimony renders himself
legally responsible not only for tho
support of hilt wife, but for that of her
parents ia oase they should become
destitute, and the same obligation is
icourred by the wife in regard to tho
father and mother of her husband.
- A man by the name of Coro was
married to a iady out ia Colorado by
the name of Wheat. The ohoir sang
the song "what shall tho harvest be?"
A boy ia the audienoe yelled "nub
bins", and they forth rejected him.
- Henri Houriet, a Swiss watch
maker, baa recently completed a watch
made entirely out of the ivory taken
from a billiard ball-works and oase
complete. It keeps good time.
- "Do you believe that monkeys
oan talk like human beings?" "No,"
answered Miss Cayenne, "but I have
known human beings who oould chat
ter like monkeys "
- The fellow who rides a hobby
should bc careful that it doosn't run
away with him.
- Wise is the man who oan distin
guish between his friends and hia
- When it comes tos question of
staying qualities the undertaker can
lay tho pugilist out.
- A cynio is a man whose disap
pointment is due to the fact that tho
world was made without his advice.
- Any young girl who induces a
young man to propose begs tho ques
- Truth lies at the bottom of a well,
but the augler never goes there to fish.
- It makes a woman heartsick overy
time she has to cut a valuable pieoe of
- A fat man never seem* to take
up as much room as a fat woman.
- Any email boy in his first pair of
trousers feels sorry for his mother.
. - The skin-deep beauty of the rbi
noceros isn't calculated to make him
- Nothing is more distressing than
young men trying to aot old or old
men trying to act young.
(MOTHERS. DO ^OU
the many so-called birth medicines, and
most remedies for women In the treatment
of her delicate organs, contain more or less
opium, morphine and strychnine?
Do Von Know that opium and morphine
are stupefying: nercetta pc iaons? .
Do you Know ?hat is sc:t countries dra*
gistsare notpermit'.edto sell narcotics with
out labeling theua poisons?
Do You Know that you should not take
Internally any medicine for th?pain accom
panying pregnancy ?
Do Yon Know that Mother's Prised is a
purely vegeisblo preparation, and that it ia
applied externally only.
Do Yea Know that Mother's Friend is a
celebrated prescription and that lt has been
in use o vcr ?ort y years, and that each bottle
or the genuine bears the name of Tho Brad
field Regal a tor ?o. ?
Do you know that -whoa yon ese this per
fect remedy durlagrchildbirth or throughout
the entire period of gestation that you will
be free of pain and bear healthy, clever
children? . K . ?
Well, these things ar? vrorth knowing.
Thoy are facta. ordru?gists.|1.00. Accept
no substitute. Our book ''Motherhood" free.
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.,
- OF -
WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.
No taste. No odor. Can be given in glass of
water, tra or coffee without natieot'iknowledge.
WhUe Ribbon Remedy will cure or destroy the
di sr aa ed aopetlte for alcoholic stimulants, wheth
er the patient ls a conSrnied inebriate, a "tlpler,"
social driuVor or drunkard. Imponible for any
one to have an appctbo for alcoholic liquors after
using Whit? Ribbon Remedy.
Iorfonod hy Mcrnbcra of W.C. T.U.
Hrs. Moore, press au narin tondent of Woman's
Christian Temperance Union, Ventara- Califor
nia, wrltna : "I ???lrd Vfh?to SituOu Ii oui ea y
on very obstinate drunkards, and the caro? have
b??a a>any. to many cases the Remedy was glv
pi3 secretly. I cheerfully recommend and indorse
White Ribbon Bemedy. Members of our Colon
are delighted to Sod sn economical treatment to
aid na in our temperance work."
Druggists or hy mall, tl. Trial package free by
writing Mrs. A M. Townsend, (for years Secreta
ry of a Woman's Christian Temperance Union,)
2)8 Tremont 8?. Boston; Maas. Bold io Anderson
by ORB, O BAY A CO.
8. pt 17. ISO! _18 ly
Land For Sale.
Tho heirs of the J. B. Neal trnat estate
will sell on ?alwjday in December next
at Anderson, S C., said Lands In Hope
well township, to bo divided Into Tracta
containing from fifty to ons hundred
acres. Plats can be seen on day of sale.
Terms-One-third oaah, balance In one
and two veara, with interest from day of
sale at eight p<-r cent. Purchase; to pay
lor papers. M183 VERONA NBAL~
Nov 19,1002-2 , _for Hein.
State of Boutb Carolina,
County of Anderson.
By E. Y. H Naneo, Judg?of Probate,
i Whereas, Mrst ?Anna- H. ' Wooton has
applied to me ta.grant her ?xsUera??f < Ad
ministrator? -. on the Estate ?nd effects of
l These Are therefore to cito and admon
ish ^kindred a=d creditor* or the said
W. Hal. Humphreyo, deceased, to be and
appear bofor? me lu Court of Probate, to
bo Held aft Anderson O. H. on the 0th day
of December, 1902, after publication here
of, to show cause, if any they bave, why
the said Administration should not be
granted. Given under my hand, thia
19th day of November, 1902.
R. Y. H. NANCE, Probate Judge.
Nov 19,190V 22 i
Judge of Probate's Sirle.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OP ANDERSON.
In the Court of Common ricas.
Joseph J. Fretwell, F. G. Brown, W. R.
Osborne, J. T. Pearson ead J. H.
vonHasseln, surviving partners of the
firm of Sylvester Brookley Go.. Plain -
tlfib. against J. T. Lon?, Wm. X. Long,
J. D. Kelley sud E. W. Long snd
Farmers and Merchante Bank, ? cor
poration, and Julius H. Welland Abra
ham Leaser, partners In trade under
the name and style of Julius H. Weil
& Co., Defendant*.
Pursuant to the order of sale granted
horelo, I will sell on Sal ead ay lu Decem
ber next, during the usual boura of ssle,
In front of the Court Houae In the City ot
Anderson, the Real Estate described as
I. All that certain Tract or parcel of
Land, aituate In Brnaby Creek Town
Bhtp County and State aforesaid, con
taining one hundred and thirteen (113)
acree, more or less, bounded by lands of,
Tbeodore Bmltb, Mrs. M. J. Scott and
others, known aa part of the Revees place.
II. Also that certain other Tractor par
ent of Land, situate In Brushy Creek
Township, County and State aforesaid,
containing ti ft y-six (SO) acres, more or
les?, bounded by above described Tract
of Laud, H. R. Reeves and others, and
kuowu as part of the Reeve? place, being
the same laud conveyed to tue said Syl
vester Bleck ley Co. by E. W. Long,
assignee, and J. L. Tribble, agent for
creditor*, by Deed bearing date Decem
ber 2lat, 1692, and recorded In the o nico
of R. M. C. for Anderson County, 8. C.,
in Book J J J. pages 352 and 353, and con
veyed by them to J. T. Long by Deed
dated December Kith, 1?03.
Terms of Sale-Ooe-half Cash, balance
on a credit of twelve months, to be se
cured by bond of the purobaser and a
mortgage of the promises, with interest
upon the deferred payment from the date
of sale at eight per cent per annum. Pur
chaser to have leave to anticipate pay
ment and to pay extra for all necessary
S. Y. H. NANCE,
Judge of Probate ai Special Referee.
Judge of Probate's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
In the Court of Common Pleas.
W S. Ramsey, as Administrator of the
Personal Estate of Jas. M. Ramsey,
deceased, and Daisy C. Ramsey,
heir at law of Jas. M. Ramsey, de
ceased, Plaintiff, agitinat Annie G.
Sharp, Marshall V. Sharp, Jas. D.
Sharp and W m. B. Sharp, infants, De
Pursuant to the order of sale herein
granted, I will sell on Salesday in De
cember next, during tbe usual hours of
aale, in front of the Court Houae in tho
City of Anderson, the Real Estste de
aorrbed as fallow*, to-wit :
I. All that Traci, or parcel of Laud,
containing one-halt acre, more or less,
situate in the town of Williamston,
County of Andersons and the State of |
Sooth Carolina, and bound as follows:
Hontb by Main street, east by lot of W.
H. Austin, west by lot of J. B. James,
north by lot pf W. 8. Ramsey. For fuller
description see Deed from W. 8. Ram
Bey to Jas. M. Rumney, dated February
II. Also all that certain other parcel or
Lot of Land, situate in the town ofWll
liamston, County and State aforesaid,
containing one half acre, more or less,
and bounded on the east by-street,
on the south by lot of H. C. Woods,
known aa the B. F. Boatner, on tbe we?t
by lot of M. J. Epting, and on the north
by lot of D. F. Russell, thia being known
?a the Burgess lot* this being tbe
same conveyed to Jas. M. Ramsey, de
ceased, by R. E. Burgess, by Deod dated
February 12th, 1900. Said Real Estate to
be sold in two parcels.
Terms of Sale-Cash.
R. Y. H. NANCE,
Judge of Probate aa Special Referee.
Nov 6, 1902_20_4_
Valuable Faim and Wooded
Land For Sale.
BY virtue of the authority vested In me
as the Executor of the Estate of Dr. P.
a.. W?hlte, deceased, I will sell at public
onto/y in front of the Conrt House on
Sslosasy in December. 1902, at Anderson.
3. C., dering the asnal hours of sale, un
le&'j cold sooner by pr?vete aale, the fcl
??w?bg described Land, situated in Cen
morville Township, and about 5J miles
from the City of Anderson :
TRACT No. 1, containing one hundred
ind for ty,-ti vc sores, ruore or less, adjoin
ing lands of john L Jolly, W. T. McGill
ind other*, more folly described by Deed
<jouted by W. W. Humphreys, then
ii aster of Anderson County, reoorded in
jfllco of Clerk of Court, Book ZZ, pages
>3and 54, together with plat reoorded,
Book WW, page 47.
TRACT No. 2, contains one hundred
md thlrty-tbr?>e acres, more or less, ad
lolnlng Tract No. 1, bounded by landa of
3. J. Watson, Mrs. Martha watson and
jthero, Deed from A. A. Dickson and M.
3. Smith, and more folly described by
Deed and plat reoorded in Clerk's office,
Book KK, pages 027, 628 and 629.
The greater portion of this Land is in
irlgtnal forest of oak, hickory, pine, etc.
3cme of the Land now in cultivation ls
fresh und, having been cl ea rod of tim
ber a few years ago. Both nf the above
Tracts are well watered and considered
Mit of the best wooded, land in the Coun
Terms of Sale-One-third ooah, balance
>n a credit of one aud two years, with
nterest from day of sale secured by
nortgage of the premises and bond of
inrchaser, with privilege tosntlolpato
?ay mont. Purchaser to pay extra for
>apora and stamps.
For further particulars snd data call
lt W?hlten Drug Store.
MRS. CORA L. WILHITE.
Nov 6,1902 20_6
Trustee Sale of Land Near the
City of Anderson.
By Deon or Trnst from J. Milton Mo
yenne!!, I v.- iii ssl i at Anderson C. H. on
lalesday in December next, the Tract of
jand containing 92 corea, adjoining landa
>f Estate Of John C. whitfield, R. J.
'cole and others.
Also the Tract containing 73 acres, ad
orning landa of R. J. Poole, J. M. Erskine
Terms-Liberal. . -
JOSEPH N. BROWN,
Nov 12 21 8
ALL persons indebted to ihe Excelsior
lil and Fertilizer Company must settle
ooo on ts on or by November lat. Tho
flairs of the old Company moat be set
led by* tbst date, and lt is hoped that
very debtor will hoed thia notice at once.
W. F. COX, Preaidept.
Oo*^*l??2 g 16_r
Notice Final Settlement.
CHE undersigned, Administrator of
the Estate of N. C. Shearor, deceas
d, hereby gives notloe that he will on
Vedr-vlay, November 26th, 1902, apply
a. the-, Judge of Probate for Anderson
lounty for a Flood Settlement of said
fetate, and a dlsoharge from his office
W. H. SHEARER. Adm'r.
Oct 22, 1902 _ 18 6
Notice of Final Settlement.
THE undersigned, Executor of the
Batate of Susan Poors Cheshire, deceased,
lereby gives notice that be will on Toes?
[ay, December 2nd, 1902, apply to tho
udge of Probate for Anderson County for
, Final Settlement of said Batata, and a
ilscnant,") from hia office as Executor.
J. M. COX, Executor.
00129,1902 19 5
Judge of Probate's Sale.
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
CoUKTV OF AM>EnsOX.
In the Court Common Picas.
Ju. M. Sullivan, Sr., N. B. Sullivan,
Chas. 8. Sullivan au cl Wm. W. Sulli
van, Plaintiff.*, against Leila F. Nulli
v&n. Clarence Prevoat Sullivan. Hew
)et K. Sullivan, Jr., Staik B. Sul
livan und Walter B. Sullivan, De
Pursuant to the order of sale grauted
herein, I will sell on 8alesday In Decem
ber next, during the usual hours of halo,
lu front of thu Court House in the Cltv
of Anderson, tho Heal Estate doser i bed
as follow?, to-wit :
All that Lot or parcol of Laud, sltuato
in the etty and County of Aodeison. Stat?
of South Carolina, containing four (4)
acres, more or lest?, and bouuded on the
weet by South McDutlie street, south bv
Hampton m root, east by lot of Jas. M.
Sullivan, Sr., aod ou tho north by lot of
Mm. M. F. Brown, widow of th? lat?
Elijah W. Brown. The Lot herein de
scribed bellin the samo conveyed to the
?aid Nimrod K. sullivan by Chas. T.
Lowdes and Jan. Robb. Trust?es, by
Deed dated May Otb, 1870, and duly of
record in R. M. C. Office for Anderson
County, H. C., in Book KK, page G.
Also, all that certain other parcel of
Land, situate lu Anderdon County, S. C.,
on the east Bid o of un extension of ttouth
McDullle street, about oni and one
fourth milo-? south of tho Court House,
containing nineteen and ninety nue-huu
dredths (Ul und 90-100) actes, more or loss,
bounded now as follows, to-wii: On the
west sid? by an extension of South Mo
DutUo street, on tho north by lauds of E.
W. ritowart, Mrs. M. F, Brown and
Amanda Simms, on the east by the lauds
of H. B. Findley aud on tho south by J.
B.Sullivan. This lot of land being the
the northern halt of that oertain Tract of
Land convoyed to tho said Nimrod Iv.
Sullivan hy Mrs. E. S. Brown, by Deed
dated December 1st, 1874, which is duly
of record lu R. M. C. Office for Anderson,
County, S. C., lu Book RR, pages 10 aud
Terms of Sale-One-half rash, ?nd the
balance on a credit of twolvo months
from day ol' sale, with interest from
day of sale, with leave to uotlcipate
payment. The purchaser to pay extra
for all paper*. The credit portion tu be
Recured by bond or bonde of the pur
chaser and mortgage of the premise*.
R. Y. H. NANCE.
Judge of Probate as ?peclal Referne,
Nevi. 1902 20 4
Judge of Probate's Sale.
STATE OF SOOTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF ANDERSON.
In the Court of Common Plats.
G. C Sullivan, Pl ni nt iii', against Jan. M.
Sullivan, 8r., aa Administrator and|beir
at law of Mary A. Sullivan, Deoeased,
Jas. M. Sullivan, Jr., Nina Sullivan,
Jake B. Sullivan, and Aleuthen Sulli
In obedience to the order of sale, here
in, I will sell in trout of the Court House
in the city of Anderson, S. C., during the
UBUSI hours of sale, on Salesday In De
cember next the real estate described aa
follows to wit:
I. All that lot or parcel of land in the
City and County of Anderson, State of
Mouth Carolina, containing ono nero, more
or lees, aud bounded as follows to wit;
On the south by Hampton Street, on the
west and north by lot of Jas M. Sullivan,
Sr., and on the east by lot of Mary A.
Sullivan, deceiaed, hereinalter describ
ed.' The sumo being the let or parcel of
land convoyed to the said Mary A. Sul
livan by R. Y. H. Nance on the 3rd day
of Septem ber, 1893, by Deed reoorded in
office of R. M. C. tor Anderson County,
8. C., in Book KKK, page fi
ll. Also all that certain other lot or
parcel of land containing three-fourths
of one acre, more or lesa, sltuato in the
City and County of Anderson, State of
Houth Carolina, and bounded by Hamp
tor Street on the south, by East Boun
dary Street on the east, by lot ofS. M.
Orr on the north and on the west by lot
of Marv A. Sullivan, deceased, herein
before desnrlbed. It being the lot con
veyed to Msry A. Sullivan, deceased, by
J. M. Sullivan, H. K Sullivan and N. 13.
Sullivan, by Deed dated Jan. 2rd, 1891,
duly of record in office of R. M. C. for
Anderson County, S. C., in Book F. F. F.
Terms of Sale-One-half cash the re
mainder on a credit of twelve months
from day of sale, vlth interest from day
of sale,- with leavo tc anticipate payment.
The credit portlom to be secured by bond
of purchaser and mortgage ot' premises.
Said real estate to be sold in two parcels;
purchaser to pay extra for all papers.
R Y. H. NANCE,
Judge of Probate as Special Referee.
Judge of Probate's Sale.
STATE OF 80TJTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF ANDERHON.
In the Court of Common Plea?.
Joseph J. Fretwell, stn Executor, and
Mrs. A. E. Bleckiey end Mrs. Ella C. !
Laughlin, as Executlx, of the last will
and testament of Sylvester Bleckloy,
deoeased, Plaintiffs, against J. F. Mc
Clure, Hr., In MB own right and as
ad mr. of the estate of Mm. Mat?te P. Mo
Clnre, deceased and Grace McClore,
BesBie McClure, Wallace W. McClure,
John Wesley McClure, and Ooo. Thom
as McClure, Infants under the age of
fourteen years, and C. F. Jones and R.
C. Webb, partners as C. F. Jones dc Co.,
In obedience to the order herein, I
will sell in front of the Court House, in
the City of Anderson, ?. C., during the
timmi hours of Bale, on Salesday in De
cember next, the real ea ta to described as
All that certain Lot of Land containing
one and 8-100 acree, more or lesa, situate
In the corporate Umita of Anderson, S.
C., on Cemetery Btreet, adjoining lands
ot J. R. Fant, Emma Axam, Geo. Ivory,
and others, ft being the same conveyed to
M ra. Mattie P. McClure by J. L. McGee
by deed bearing dato Feby. 13, 1902, and
on record in the office of C. C. C. P. for
Anderson County, S. C.
Terme-One half cash, balance on a
credit of twelve months with interest
from date of sale at eight percent per
annum, deterred payment to be seemed
by bond of purchaser and a mortgage of
the premise?; purchaser or purchasers to
have leave to anticipate payment and to
pay extra for all necessary papers.
R. Y. H. NANCE,
Judge of Piobate as Special Referee.
Nov 5, 1902_20_4
Notice of Trustee's Sale.
BY vlrtne of a Deed of Trust executed
to me by Warren Morrie I will sell at
Anderson, S. C., on Salesday in Decem
ber next, at the usual time and place of
publloSr.lr.- ? ,
AU that Lot of Land containing 90-100
acree, more or less, bounded by W. W.
White, William Oliver, Thomas Street,
and Cemetery Street, and being the resi
dence of Warren Morris.
Terms-Cash. Purchaser to pay extra
for papers. _
H. H. WATKINS, Trustee.
I have juat received a Car Load of
tho Celebrated, High Grade MIL*
BURN WAGONS. If you need a
Wagon call and eoe them. They are
built right, and will please you.
;j. a FOWLEB,
Judge of Probate's Sale.
?T-VTE OK SOUTH PAROLINA.
COUSTY Og AN IIKUSON".
In ? ho C ou rt of Common Pleas.
K.G.Brown Wi R Ofbo'neaud James T. Pear
sou, peiti-er. uod<r th* nam? and styl? of
Brown, Osborne A Compatir, iu their own right,
and at J-JIKIUHS of L 1; Watson sud I? N ticer,
and -Iso rs assignes Joseph J Kretweil, Plaintiffs,
against A T Newell, J W. Hanlin. T. If. Brock,
W. \j. Brock, partner* tracing under the uamo
of Brock Bros., W. A. Neal, Tl... Bauk of Ander
sou and J. Malt Cooler, Defendants
Io obedience to the order of aale granted herein
I will sell on Salcsday in December next, In front
.f tbo Court House in the CUv of Anderson, 8. C.
during the usual hours of sale, the Beal and Per
sonal property hereinafter described as follows
Tract No. i-Situate, lying and being in tb?
i County sud 8tato aforesaid, containing one hun
dred and thirty-three and one-half (183)?) acres
more or leia, bounded bj lauds of Jos. K. Kre
well, Trart No. a and uthers, and moro fully de
scribed by plat of same made by W. H. Shearer
Surveyor, bearing date Sib day of Ooteber, 1902.
Also Ti act N J. 8-CoutuWilug two hundred am
ninety-three l'itf3( acres more or liss, situate, lyln
and being in lb? County and State aforesaid, ot
west fldeuf Big Itmverdaui Creek and on l>otl
sides of Greenville ?o?d aud adjoining landa Wal
ti u j ton. Trait No. 1, Ko. 4, No 2, J. Holum Wai
sou and ether?, and mure tully described by pit
of ?ame, made by W. ll. .'heater, surveyor, beat
lug date October *.?, l'.UJ.
Also Tract No 4-Containing otu- hundrid an
twelve and ono half (tl2j?.) acres, more or les)
situate, lying ?nd bel UK lu the County sud SUI
alotesnid. adjoiulng laud* W W Thompson, Kital
of J A Jolly and o'tv.-r.-, and inure fully ileacribi
by W Ii Slunrer, Surveyor, bearing dst? Octobi
The abovH Tracts are sold at the r s's of ll
Plats of all the above Torets will lu on ?xhlli
the day of silo, and can be seen in my o til ce at ar
tin e from now until then.
Teru.s of Hale- One-half Cash and abalance!
a credit of twelve mouths from day of .sale, sa
ctedit portion to draw Interest nt sev
per cent per aiiuum from day of sale, the payme
of said credit por ll JU to be seen rel by lund of t
purchaser and a mortgage of the premises, vt
leave to pay all catii.
lt. Y. H. NANCK,
Judge of Piobate as Special Beferee
P.S.-I hereby guarantee the titles to the abc
J. MATT COOLEY, Mortgagor
Nov 12, 1002_21_B
Trustee's Land Sale.
P0RSU.\NT\* power vented in rue I
Deed ol Trust by G. if. MeOoy, Janna
t>, 1W2. recorded in H. M. CV. County a
c?tate uforoHnid. In Hook WWW, pa
'220, J will hedi for one-halt c?h to t
highest bidder at A nd ?mon C. H., 8.1
on Monday, December 1st, Saleadny,
that Tract of Land containing titty ncr
moro or lasn, III Anderdon County,
Hi'in'imp Cri -l;, adjoining lande now
late of Gen. II-ty ida J. E. Horton, A.
Iv no i and other*. Purchaser to p?y f
tra for poper?.
J. M COOl EY, Trustee
Nov 12. 1002_21_3_
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OK ANDKIISO>
Mrs. Ella I. Rogers, Plalotitr, aga!
George Dickson, Defendant.
By virtue of a rrot? warrant to me
rected, by .Ino. C. Watklna, C. C. F
will sall to the h?hest bidder on Tn
day alter Salesdav in December nt
about half past eleven n'oloo.k a. ni,
tho re*nl?nc? of A. C. Webb, in Ho
well'township, tho following propel
3 lidos Cotton.
Lot Cotton Seed.
Small Lot Fodder and Forage.
Small Lot Peas.
Also on ? aoin dav, about 1 o'clock
the farm, of the Plaint!!!", Mrs. Ell
Hogers. One Lot of Corn, about 75 hu
els. -vii sold as the property of Gee
Dickson lo tbe above stated oase.
NELSON R. GREEN.
Sheriff Anderson Count
Nov 12. 1902_21_3
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN;
COUNTY OP ANDBBSON.
COURT Ol' COMMON PLEAS
Janie Clarke and J anule L. Ruff. Plaintiffs, og
?. L. C arke, R. N Marke, B. M Clarke, Kn
Mobley, Mattie Pogues, R. R. Clarke, E
Clarke, Annie Clarke. Willie Clarke, Mi
Clarke, Paul Clari-, Pearson Claike. Eui
Clarke, John B. Clarke, Prank Clarke, I
Dun i np, Sam. L. Clarke, Kan nie Clarke, T
as Clarke, Rachel Clarke, Terrill Clarke.
Clarke, Elias Clarke, Robert Clark, 8arah Cl
Lena ? larke, Ramah Clarke, Emma Clark?
Alice Clarke, Defendants -Summons for ti
Complaint not Served,
To the Defendants above named :
ATOU are hereby summoned sud required t
\ twer the Complaint in this action, whl
flied in the office of the Clerk of tho Cou
Con mon Pleas, at Anderson C. H., 8. C., ai
serve a copy of your answer to the said Corni
on the subscriber at bia office, Anderson C
S. C., within twenty days after the service lu
exclusivo of the day of such service ; and 1
foll to answer the Complaint within the
aforesaid, the Plaintiffs In this action will i
to the Court for the relief demanded in the
Dated October 10th. A. D., 1912.
JOS. N. BROWN, Plaintiffs Attorr
[SKAi. ] JOH* C. WATKINS, C. C. P. A a. s.
To tbe Defendants above named :
Take notice that tin Sumo ons, of whlc
above ls a copy, and the Complaint bored
flied In the office of the Clerk of said Court s
demon C H., S. C., October HHh, 10u2, at.d tl
Jcct of tbe action ls to partition a Lot of La
the City of Anderson, containing one-fourth
acre, among the heirs of John a. Clarke and
tim Clarke, deceased. No personal claim is
JOS. N. BROWN, Plaintiffs' Attori
To the Defendants Willie Clarke, Martha C
Paul Clarke, Eugenia Clarke, Kannte C
Thomas Clarke, Rachel Clarke, Terrell C
Cliff Clarke, Elias Clarke, Robert Clarke,
Clarke and Lena Clarke, and to Ramah C
Em.i a Claike and Alice Clarke, their resp
mothers with whom they reside .
Take notice that unless you apply to tbe
within twenty days after the service hereof
you for the appointment of a Guardian ad ',
to defend this action, the Pla! ntl Hs will ap
the Court to bavo such appointment made fo
to appear and defend such action in youri
JOSEPH N. BROWN, Plaintiffs' Alton
Oct. 10.10 '2_18_
THE STATE OF SCUTH CAROL?
County of Anderson.
IN COURT OV PROBATE.
Caroline 8. Smith, Adeline Bagwell, Louisa
Anno Blrajson, Solllo Hambrcll. Lou Bi
James F. Bagwell, Carrie Gunnels, R. F
well. Sallie Bell Bolt, Nannie Estes, Jamel
nels, B. K. Gut-els. Jr., Lou Armstrong,
Jones and Addlo Krcdell, PUlntl?s, again
linda Morrison, Mary Scott, Helen Ainbn
T. Gunnels, Mary Jane Burrum, Sallie R
Robert 8. Gunnels, John Gunnels and W. 1
well, as Administrator of tho Estate of F
White, DefeudanU.-Summons tor Relief
plaint not Servod.
To tho Defendant*, Malinda Morrison, Mary
Helen Ambrose, U. T. Gunnels, Mary Jan
riss, 8allle Robert?, Robert S. funnels,
Gunnels and W. P. Bagwell, as Admlnlstr
the Estate of Prances White, deceased :
YOU aro hereby summoned and required
swer the Complaint lo this action, a copy of
is herewith aerved upon you, and to serve i
of your answer to the said Complaint on tl
sr.rli.nr at his office, Anderson C, ff , 8. C.,
twenty days after the servlco hereof, ex
of the day of each service; and if you
answer the Complaint within tbo Hmo afc
tho Plaintiffs In this action will apply i
Court for the relief demanded lu the Coinpl
Dated Oct. 22, A. D. 1902.
E. G. MCADAMS, Plaintiffs' Alto;
[Saal.] JHO. U WATBIMS. O. c, P.
To th? Defendant? Malinda Morrison, Mai
Burrlss, Sallie Roberts, st?bert 8. Gunneli
Gunnels and R. T. Gunnelb
Toko notice that the Complaint In thi s
together with the Summons, of which the
lng is a copy, was filed In the office or tho C
the Court at Anderson, in the County of An
In the Stat* of Souta Carolina, on tho Mod
Oe tobe:, 1902. E. tJ. MCADAMS,
To the D?fendants Mary Scott, Helen Ai
and John Gunnels, their respective moth
fathers with wno? they reside:
Take notice thai unless you apply to tn
wlthtn twenty daya arter the eervlee hereo
you for the appointment of a Guardian ac
to derend this action, tho Plaintiffs will a
the Court to have such appointment made
to apco?r and defend such action In your
E. G. McADAM?. P???nU?V Atto
Oct 22, WC* 1
County Treasurer's Notice.
Tlie County Treasurer's book? will bi' opened
for the collection or state and County and School
Taxe? for the Steal yoftr, 1902, at th? Treasurer's
office from Gctolter 15 to December 8Lt, lncluslre,
where the following IcTies will bs collected :
State Taxes.M.6 Milla
Ordinary County............ 8 "
Constitutional Schcol. 8 "
Public Hoad*......... i
Past Indebtedness.? _,.""",?, ?" A *.
Tota' ._;?i ?
wA?P0Sl*,,?.cho01 ,efy for Hunte' School District
om' ? ?1 .U- ^lso <iao,t School District No. Si,
3 mill? college District No. 2i), town of Wllllara
ston, J i> tin
All al \? bodied male cltltqns between the ages
of 21 and 60 ahall bo llrblo to psy a Poll Tn off I.
except ..ld soldiers, who aro exempt from Poll Tax
at AO y.ir* of ago.
Alli> *iaona owning property In moro than one
towatblp will please make it known when paying
their laxes, so that any additional cost andpon
alty may be avoided.
N?citon 2. That all Slate and Couuty Taxe*, and
all luxes collected when Slat? and County Tixos
are collected shall oe due and payable ou or beforo
.he t nt rt v-n rx? day of Decetaberof each and crory
.'ear, and If such Tax.'? ann Aaaceaaio ats are not
paid on or before said lime, a penally of ono per
ionium thoroon ?ball ba added b - the County
Auditor on the .'aunty dunticito an 1 collectoi by
the County Treasurer : and If the said Taxe? and
Assessments and penalties are not paid on or be
fore the ii TM day of february next, thereafter, an
additional penalty of one per centum thereon
snail bo added by the County Auditor on the
s\;unty dupitcaiA ana collected by the County
Treasurer, and if the ?aid Taxes, Anne ?a menta and
Penalties are nut paid ou or belum ih^tirstof
Maren next, au additional peualty of liv i pur ce?
tutn thereon ahall bo td led by tho Cd int? Audi
tor on tho. County duplicate atrl oolloo ted by Ibo
Couuty Treasurer ; aud If the said Taxes, Assess
ments arni Penalties are not paid on or before tho
llftceuth day of M ..rob next thereafter, thc said
I'ounly Treasurer nb ill Ismo his tax execution
for the said Taxes and Assessments amt Penalties
again?!, the property of tho defaulting taxpayor
according lo law.
All persona bet-ooo th? ascot of 18 and 50 years
who are able to work rjads or cause them to ba
worked, except preacbors who bavo charge of con
iterations and ]>t>iauits who servod in the w*r be
tween tho Status, aro liable to d ? road duty, and
lu lieu ol work may pay a Tax of one dollar, to ho
collect'tl nt tho tAiue time the othor Taxes are
collected. 1 will gtTc notlcu lat?r of tho different
places I will >islt.
J. M. PAYNE, Co. Treas.
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