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THE ILNOR TRAtGS'ES.
A. B. Willlim in IU L : d
ure r --tisct on <iizappoinlt
7 :na. . . . :- e i t .: e ct
In co rporial -iun;erance ii>!'.pn
A\s. when a '.am ,e-.
man who 2e 1n qianhd and dear
lr desired hat is a fa;lure oes no
-- v 1
sutter as keeir as Nap ken id
wheni hs dreams f worid-wide
empire vanished in the darkness dt
thie night after Waer! - Are~ not
the things the world laughs at
m(rldszr(ssing t,han tihs it
wveps over? N- the great and
rending crashe '.c- ich c' me into0
all lives put th wr in ou, r
faces. ali(l the :hiin our ar
and the sore and life-Tapping aches
in ur hearts. 't tfailures. re
buffs and wrlewich occur day
hv day. Death is supposed to be
tie greates: of all the tragedies. the
climax of disaster: but w\-ith death
it is finished. so far as this world
is concerned. What we call the
minor tragedies contirue. and we
live to feel tl-em. and most o us
bear them without the sustaining
consolation o- sympathy and with
the bitter consciousness that to
everybody but ourselves they are:
ridiculous. When we are jilted we
;.re laughed at. and after a while,
vith courage really Splendid, we
iorce ourselves t j-in mi the laugh
and to thuve h mask o at i
ing face. lut the ;tii renaims
and rankics. The distre or a
chid nrL a bre y 7, reaC!l, 2l
though .under.ave to put it
away"w:h_ fl:% light. Cea la!
worl .\ . it Othache ma. cause
more pami1 t'a- a compo.id fi-c
ture of the le- ( a bullet in the
.1 -::: .ftohachle, and,] u
frieni,s I!. iiIt :.k*.( uz owers and(
dailties a eV-enCe 01 Mcir m\I
lath. No matter how heavily we
may fal. as sn as It is Prlved
that :, ies ae e :ro.en or 'mt.
wren.ced. and that we cz- walk
in s ;a ,ie ashi it a ike, al
though our nerves may be iuiver
ng wovs t.: i . gea
through our lives. If the injury
be not mortal, tle huvrt nt c0
spicuous. _-ur deanr:stfr 1d a
it over win a smri or a- airy, c
mrenit and( weC are lef to li'14 awa
ing wo~u:a 1inse.
atrairs. P1in ur*. soial ives.' andl our
',leas.7resL. th~e 1a aa aiuresan
disappointments comec ahu.est dail.
have miscarriedl we' dt not knowx
how strongly ou h'earts were set
on them. Things do' not k>IOk or
taste as we planmed. We mis a
train or somebodyx : forgets or neg.
kects an engagemient. The weathier
goes wrong.pr or sm'ethin is for
gotten overl.okd 0r diregarded.
Sonme of us v'oice Vu lam'entationsi
clamorously. andl - ome accep)t the
unhappy r~esults in silknee..but iin
any case the actual surfermng is
there. and it is the wvorst of all, be I
cause it is suffering lacking the al
leviating comfpanionfship '\ sympa
thv. Most of us can brace our
selves to encounter large calamity.
but the disasters we are taught to
( onsidler as small wear us' doxwn.
We cannot defend ourselves
against them nor prevent them
leaving their scars. All we can do
is to fight against them stoutly and
manfully, to' try with all our might
to put asidle the memory and sting
of them. WVe may tell o'urselves
they are uinimpo rtant. but we can
nt' feel 5o. A- hurt isa hurt,
whether anybod ele see. 'r im
derstands it or not Thei me*i remi -
edv is to think of* it a lia we
can. and that e.-Trt wil riia,dal
the strength, ti'e ia: h an n m
u':er rouies we ai the V. .!e
strov us. T' ". many ''f a'":'nme
morisig~ andi fa!! it moVal mnaling
ing rubin a i i in ur own
woCundls and causingz them to fes
ter. I nsteadl of aiding them v heal.
we aggravate them to burn. and de
liberatelv nurse them into un remit
ti- _an cruel miseries.
Sroi ourselves 1:e may learn
ur fellows. There is :T-tIingC
w- Pltr th l un in the he:t.
r.,e~~~~~. :.aiwecn Nogttolu;
L1 LI I.E.
m i re km,r to s_nvmpathize. III
:.le ter ar pimyto Ater help:
ior ~the world is kindIly andl is le
,vill Iit is thle minor tragedlies lpa:,s
!4.: un11:11td or not regardi aS
tragedies by the mass of ur e
Srt. 1 L]if d ,ev te d t"I-e it 01 !:,
themn would be well spe.it. The pur
,)I;e of each of us slbuld be to
nake life a little happier. Iett-r.
i)casanter for our having he in
Wt. \\e canil.t fnd a better purp s
r a hi.gher one. \\'e need not)zo
ont to s.eek occasions and (pper
tunities. Thev are in our vvw-n
muses and at our elbows-zPmt
riefs and burdens ready to be in
-xpressibly eased by a few words.
a look or a caress proving that
omebody eise understands and pit
ies and feels with them.
Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured.
William Shaffer, a breakeman of
Denn-ii. Ohio, wai-- confinetl( h
bed for several weeks with inam-:.a
torv rheumatism. -I used many rem
edies." he says. -Finaily I sent to
McCaw's drug store for a -.tte c:
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. at vhich
tIe I was unable to vse lian,i l -oz
an in one week's time was abe t:o
go to work as happy as a clam. For
sale by Smith Drug Co.. Newherry.
S. C.. and Prosperity Drug Co.. Pros
perity. S. C.
"A True Bill."
A Fine Line of Fruits: An tes. Or
anges. Bananas. Lermns. &c. A riev
line of Canned Gaood' and S 1t Gro
ceries. Finest Checse in the city 1-e.
the po.nd. Standard Granul--ed Suiar
at 5c. We buy and seli lot,- preux.
See us. Will treat you riv-ht.
counts & Dickrt
THIS GREAT RAILWAY RUr
CON~VENIENTLY U'NIT'NG ALL TH
OF THE SOUTH
W. A. TURK. S.
U Passeng~e Traffic Mar.arer. Gem
U ~WAssic-o::. D.
Why not take
been brought w
by the splendid t
vice of the AT
LINE, the great
the Tropics. Wi
ts are now on e
in Florida and Ha
Gen'I Pass. As
'What to Say in Spanish and Hc
-M ecipf a twoncent postage strmp.
EhNDOSEIV Af HUIE.
Such Proof as this Shou',J Convince any
, - r.' Cid7
V i,. so. Tel'int -
=-r .. 6 it is for thr, p-0l:(
. ir . 'I.. toet ' i O - O
Q .,- .rn ra - 11) mal 01,-c'
Ti 2. F- o-arer-whivh w-o h-iny
.hm.. .1' the i ni for them.
ter ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~) c.-rc-vlb1n n utl.n.
Y.0.!.--'a forr ohn TN.te l qe
--m - - rv Toans take
no. suh-t it e
, PPLICATIONS FOR BEER DIS
penser for Newerry will be re-:
ceived by County Board of Control un
til Wedesday 10 o'e!ock a. m March
2r.d. 14. for a term of one year, be
ginniug April 6th.
J. R. Scurry,
Ji P. Harmon.
Member County Board of Control for
Anyonesendingx nsketrch and description May
quickly ascertain onr opinion free whether an
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A ILWAY WEf
S H ROUCH A BEST VESTH
___________ AND H4VE TilE
HRwic?. BEST DINING
ral P:t'nger A:'
-. CAR SERVICE
get. kAt.:rA. GA.
t. trip this winter
Ato CUBA. This
and Island has
thin easy reach
rough train ser
ter tourist tick
ale at aH points
vana. For rates,
sleeping car and
. J. CRAIG.
't, Wilmington, N. C.
. to ay T" sent to any address n
- VIA :
The Nashville, Chattanooga and
St. Louis Ry., and the West
ern and Atlantic R. R.
The Scenic Battlefield Route.
To the North, North-West and West.
Best Equipped Trains, Superior Service and
Quickest Time. For rates, schedules, maps,
etc., or any information, call on or address
JNO. E. SATTERFIELD,
Traveling Passenger Agent,
No. I North Pryor St., Atlanta, Ga.
Opposite Union Depot. Bell 'Phone 169.
AIR - LINE - RAILWAY.
NORTH - SOUTH -- EAST -- WEST.
Two Daily Pullman Vestibuled Limited Trains
Between SOUTH an-d NEW YORK.
FIRST- LASS DINING AR SERVICE,
The Best Rates and Route to all Eastern Cities
Via Richmond and Washington, or via
Norfolk and Steamers.-To Atlanta,
Nashville, Memphis,. Louisville, St.
Louis, Chicago, New Orleans, and Ali
Points South and Southwest-To Savannah
and Jacksonville,and all points in Florida
POSITIVELY THE SHORTEST L!NE BETWEEN
NORTH AND SOUTH.
srFor detailed information, rates, schedules, Pull
man reservations, etc., apply to any agent of The Sea
board Air Line Railway, or Jos. W. Stewart, Traveling
Passenger Agent, Columbia, S. C.
C. F. STEWART, Ass.fienl.Pass.Ag.,
Agsa and Ashievifl Short Line.
(Schedule In effe' August !, 19013.1
Read Down.) (Read l'p.1 Etr L.adTn.
I44 pm.... Lv Newherry...... Ar 3t. ") pm~9hd~ nEfc udy ue~:,10
1.0 n'm.. ......Ar Laurens........ Lv 2.02 p~' -rTI '
2.0 '.....i..Lv Laure3n5...... A'~ 1.30 pun
nO0 m. ....Ar Sprt anburg..... L ' 120 tl 8 OomvAlat SAL A.' ~p
4'1 pmn......v opartanbulrg.. Ar 10.25 atn~ 5a lbro 7p
.2 pm..... Ar 8a'-.da......... Lv 3. 39 a Abvle Ep
6.11 pm.....Ar '.andernViLe L v 3.05 am~ 2-Si
.I,o....... A r i sheville.... Lv 7.05 am I2pt rew o 5n
t2.44 pm ...Lv Newherry (C.N.&L.) 3 10 pm
.5e0 pin.. r La.urens. .... ...... 2.02 pr;(C W .
1.56 p'm .... Lv Lauirens........ Ar 1.46" 100 i vGenmpig r4.
2.11 pm... Ar Greenwood........v ;2.414 pm
520't ~m. L v August a.......... ..r 12.20 am
645 pm... r Port Royal ...... v 7.05 am 1 2i .r La eaDl') L 2 17 ;
14 pm ....pJ4ewberry (0iN.at)A r S.10p' m,
1 50pm ... Ar Laurens. .. ......Lv 201 pinIm D~ ~ 'y'y I
2 0pro .... LVLaulr'0ne......... ' 1-* exexme
1.25 pm .... r Greenville..... Lv !2.5 piSnSn~u i
For further information relative to rates, mpU ma
GE. BRY .nA '.Gree.tvile.S .1 0C5k 4 5 5
ERNE T WILIA MS, 5e'.Pasw. A gt.. 857022 CilOL 3 3 2
Aurusta. Ga.917533 ldvle 160444
T. M. . ,Traffic yanager. '8941.750
BLUE RIDGE RALROADI 4 1 (wer714 9 4
In Efeet Jund 8, 1902. 15 0 5 ifn 15 5 (
netween .* n4-ran -d WaThalla. 009i41WhtRck136020
MedARRIVE. LEAvE.251741 1220 135812
~o.9 No. 12 -Itations 'Co II 3314 40C.l 9 11 04 0
.. A. M. P. M. A. __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
3 10 95........ Be ton....... 320 '0Y5.
2 48 9 33... A ndersn F. D...... 340 110 A.1.0
2 45 9 30...A nderson P. D..... ...l3 4 11 15i
....... 9 ;....West An d' rson..... 349 (........ion
..... 90........ D e'e....... 359 .... .
...... 9 2........ utun..........
.... 655.... '. ndeton ........
.... S47....... Chey..............__
28 .~~~" Jut".~ 4 5 ............5LCIU1 ACL)~ .
.... $25......... eneca.... ..0 ......
.... $06.... West Un ion ... ... 5 04 9........lstn v 0
.- S 0 . Watalla . 09 Trins E atnd 52 aread T n fro)
u..vln intheoppsit diecton nle Sc0hFo e i e a sna, rJunether 1903ru
Wil alo topat hefoiowig taton to W amG C LS A t. (s... EMrS.80p
tak o ad etof paseges:Phnny' 50 ae ten 6 ~c 19 pm
Jame an Sany Sring.1J F. UVm LvS N Glen Sprng AMr 4OApm
1 42.m .r Luren (Di'r)La 2e 1