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A COLD NOVEMBER.
Voluntary Observer Peterson Says It
The Coldest On Record at His
Voluntary Observer W. 1Pei
soi says that the ilont i just pas
was the coldest Novemotber onl re
at his station every day after
- The following meteorological I
ord as kept by Mr. Peterson spe,
.Meanii lxinll-l) 59 1
Mean miininum, 40..
INxulu, 78; date. I.St.
Milillum, i2 date , 2Sth.
Greatest daily ranlge. .
PR h C i PI TA T () N.
Total, 2 21 itICheCs.
Greatest in 24 hours. 1 da
'T*otal fall, i inch.
With ."m inch or more precij
Clear, 9; part. 1y cloudy, 6; Clon
Killitig fost, 7, 8, 1 . 20 21,
27, 2,, 29, 30.
SIet, 25th and 26th.
A. B \'illiatls in the liiAhm1o1
Rt is- a u lrth t ! i:n
the( ElisCcopaQ.ltueb <h'e> not Co
taii n -a ecial lClallse for deli\vemall
from ni i l"Nident1v its pi
)ose it to be muecensive and
in1Voke all the blessings, that h1
Iality a:y% d 1eir 1 :n relef fir
all e.i'amuit. tll:,t mv h(. imoe ic
\'ut it mspetiltimn for, at peacel
dometcs-tic 1i and 1 1) es:cpe fru
the nim-t mOUrnit I' all wealinlg
all familiar mi:eries. lossibly
-explation is in tIe fact that t
ol igilal c m-, pilers of litanlics Wj
3nist:LI thet:efore unmarried mt
Blt m have nl)o lIoloo
of the vice of 1taggiig. There a
Ilagging h1usbands, fatlhers, el
ployers, cretitots. \\ith sor1
people it -;ems to be a kind L)f n
vots dise:se. They titlust he ft
lowing tip and picking at som
bodV pet pcIally. \e have hotr:
b)le stories frotni the old t imes
pecople fastettedi whtere drops
wateri wo';hl fall (on their heads
regular it vals and of thec frigi1
fituldath. I aeed'.ed by unt111ohi a
hearts and' birain, stuffet dlaily a
de a proces5s ju st as5 cruel, e xer
iiig rs ul ' 7N3.' 'iji\etit>tab.'
ihlel t nape lti thefeit O -gr h
tiitn cant ive hiappines;s or. pea
the sensit I\e suirface o tinitds.
is as if we exposed one of thle gte
nterves and'. sawed at it with a 'I1
knife without the merc'ri ful preli
us have hadi expel ienc'. tin ,te W
or' anlothet. S'ometitme's we her,e i
ttotlhj( id an we( ennt teel the naggii
'otmintg anid b egini to shtrink friom
and'. to feel thle ache of it; and1 whi
it does c.omte it jar andt st ing/ Ii
Scomet ghaisti v 'omition tii ' ap
s imutltanteously piercing, h'rnisit
of the outcasts and'. dereljets of ha:
Sexe and 11( all ages are increased
ituiailvly b thIoulsands by' the tnr
gintg tontgues. Bloys anId girls
tunally are' divenl frotm homles
ceaseless5, unnuessary fatult-ftndit:
husbands and wives are carriedl
the divorce courts, willinug emuplo)
are discouraged and diernoral'zt
good servants are runed.r There.
occasion enough, usually, for legit
imate rebuke, correction and ad
vice. Bet ween these and persecu
tiol there is a distinct margin
whlich all of us should have sense
er enough to find and should take the
'ed tine an( paiii4 to find. All over
)rd the world are bisin.e-.s establish
the ments which run true aid smooth
ly. to which emuployers and eln
cC- phiyes are kindly friends toward
Lks each other, where those who are
hiired dLI their best cheerfully and
lovallY, where those whIto have the
poWer ate cOnlsiderate, generous
and helpful, knowing how to main
tain proper discipline without imi
proper harshness. All over the
worbi are families bound and knit
together heart and --.ul by uutual.
faitlitl Iove and '-onlfideice in
which t lie wan and the woman con
tinue to be lovers from the altar to
venerable age and through all viscis
sittides of v.calti and poverty,
grief aid joy. Through all these
Vicussitudes for people of that kind
runis a strong, deep, sweet under
current of happitnes and peace inex
pressible. Thy are lielpmneets for
each other and their spirit-becatuse
in spirit as in life tley are one
runs through all their household.
Sonetimes pcople of this kind are
3 rich and sotetimes poor, some
times of higi degree and some
time s obscure, bit in all conditions
they are h Cppy people, ntild whenI
tlhey co:Ie to dI; t hey can feel that
they have fIlfilled tle highest di
Id tics :11i pet It'tIled the noblest
fi tetitons and gratilied the best ainl
biti 'is k owIt to titis titiati life.
There are not tm"attv such bit :ltess
estalisilnents ttor 111aI stel failli
lies. but there oi,lit to be iatly of
botlh aid there woul lhe if all of Its
W W'uldI Ilse our C()Illll(Iln "elit: a111d
wt:ld take the trouble to make our
selves 1,ppy. Really it is easier to
!e uinhappy thatn to be happy. It
is e;tSV to Ill into the habit of
nIa1gging1 anl snarling, permiitting
oue nve I b I i ie uneitfortable and
Of trying to relieve our discomfort
.by centi it ott somebody else.
Tlen we Ilake a bad job worse by
t rynigto s:dve our consciences. We
hioe our temper-, do injustice, hurt
tle feelings of pepIule who love us
V and whom we ought to lo'e and tell
ourselves we were prevoke-d beyond
enIdurance or were infliting required
lisciplint. Vhat we really have
(dlone, uisually, was to ittnlict torture,
to tear away some of the delicate,
ini ible ligamients ny which hearts
itre) titnd together antd on which
ofhiotnor and reverence rest.
Nagginig is easy. Atnybody can
aeulire the evil art. W\e can ptr
sie and( rebuke. sntap and snarl,
oftear, britise andio buirn outr way
t brough Iif iT'Lhoroughi sel f-contrtol,
deliberait ion, sel i sacif ice a re neceded
to be patiet, gentle iand fair, to
loo k n th le o.t her side of1 the case,
to Stutdy thle c' ndlitiotns there But
oft hie testihs are worth the~ troub)le.
.A hoitusehiol in itwxhiichi there has
been niaggiig 51udd etnly relieved of
esC it is like a thirobbinig woundt( suld
dlenoly citredl. It is ai mtourtnful fact
thtat somte mtost excelleit, wvell
il lneaoiing people wxho tell theniselves
t hey are dloinig thleir (duty faithfully
leave beltind thtemt at lese peace
anid sentse of freedomit and( comtfort
when lie y depart; evenl whtett they
di,n mattert how lie intst inctt of
Sdecencey ttay le2ad the sturvi vors to
it try to hide the unhappy fact fromt
ke: ToX be r id of thle niaggintg hiabitI
tiav be will be--hard; bitt thte
eniunicipationu ftr>m i itimust bintg
''results soi blissful, baln and rest so
kssweet, that it wxill pay 1)0unttiftully
th itt the end(.
Many Motherts of a LIke Opiin.
A Mrs. P'ilmeri, of Cordova, Iowa, says:
te- "'One of my childlren was subject to
(etoupl of a severe type, aLnd the giv
m) tg of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to mothers in this neighborhood think the
sameas do bou thi reedyand
es want no othier kind for their children."
dFIor Bale W. E. Pelham & Son, New
berry, S. C., and Prosperity Drug Co.
is Prosnerity,v. C.n
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the books of registration for the
Town-of Newberry, S. C., are now
open, and the undersigned as Super
visor of Registration for said town will
keep said books open every day from 9
a. m. until 5 p. m. (Sundays excepted),
including the 7th day of December,
T. 0. STEWART,
Supervisor of Registration Town of
Newberry, S. C.
September 7, 1903.
W E WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUT
ery, before the Court House at
Newberry, on salesday in December,
two tracts of land, as follows:
One containing 75 acres, more or less,
situated at Wal ton, and bounded by
lands of J. L. Crooks, J. B. Crooks, and
A. G. Meyer.
One containing 15 acres of land, sit
uated at Walton, and bounded by lands
of J. B. Crooks, D. A. Hipp, and A.
Terms: One-half cash, the balance
payable in one year, to be secured by
bond of the purchaser and mortgage of
the premises sold. Purchaser to pay
HEIRS OF SAM WOOD.
ilarness and Saddlery
The .argest and most com
plete assortment in
Everything kept in an Up-!
to-date Harness Es
DAVIS & CON
1517 Main St , Columbia, S. C.
BOUGHT AND SOLD
MONEY TO LOAK
On Easy Terms
For Long POriods.
A few inore Shares of the. first series
NtOk HlOMfO LEH ail( TIM~ Co.
ay he secure(t. Apply to
'M. X73. ..T T-A-- ,i
Sec')' and Treas.
Ne cry, s.
The walking sick, what:
a crowd of them there are:
Persons who are thin and
weak but riot sick enough
to go to bed.
"Chr'onic cases" that's
what th(; doctors call them,
wh'lich in' comm'lvonl Enliish
means long sickness.
To stop) the con tinuedl
loss of flesh they need1
Scott's ELmulsion. F'or the
feeling of weakness they
need Scott's Emrulsion.
It makes new flesh and
gives new\ life to the weak
Scott's Emulsion gets
thim and weak persons out
r)f the rut. It makes new,
rich blood, strengthens the
n1erves adfl. gives appetite
or ordinary food.
Scott's Emulsion can be
Ken as5 long as sickness
lit nd (10 good all the
Swill be gladl
li1e t ph lureb
SCOTT &~ BOWXNIE,
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
50c. and $1: all druuglsts.
Will sell you
y o u r Millinery
cheaper t han
any place in
NEW GOODS TO
Another lot just re
ceived. All ready to
wear hats for ladies at
ftio We can save you
money on Shoes and
Come and get our
'THE R1GHT' PRICE STORE,
Sumnmer Bros.' Block Near Depot.
Land for Sale
82 acres 5 miles of a
Whitmire-25 acres in
cultivation, 5 to 6 acres'
Seven lots adjoining
the corporate limits of
building sites. Terms
and prices reasonable.
For further informa
Lion call at
T H E
O F F I C E.
he following driggists requests the '
holers of MURNA coupons to bring
hem in at once and securo absolutA
ly free, the regular fiizn bottl(e of the r
arent Proparatioi, MURNA VINE i
For salf only by Gilder & Weeks t
Small Savings are the Stepping
Stones to success and plenty
$1.00 a month deposited in our
Will in II0 years. amount to S 146 00
$5.00 will in 10 years
amount to - - - - $ 730 00
$10.00 will in 10 years
amount to - - - -!$I460 00
We want your business.
IHave ample facilities to
accommodate our cus
The Commercial Bank
of Newberry, S. C.
GUARANdTEED IN WRITING.
500 FREE WR""E"T*D'Y T
GA. -ALA. BUS. COLLEGE". MACON, GA
CUR ES EVOr
All. HEADACHES 26
effect on br inQ U o 5caD.) a u tt
Closur Ou Sale!
Going out of business
by January 1-, 1904. 1
offer my stock of
IEW - YORK - COST - PRICE.
s ready to store Cotton
nd issue receipts for
ame, which money can
>e obtained on
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ffers choice of routes. Free Reclin
nig (1hair CarF. No transfers. Fast
inie. Double track.
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Notice of Electio
. tht anelection will be hO
l'uesday, the 8th day1 of D)en
1l')3, in the Council Chamber, ,
l'own of Newberry, S. C., foi
md1( Aldermen of the said towns
For one year. The Polls will hjr
at 8 o'clock a. m. i'nd will cl}
>'clock p. m. The followir'
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