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All Right At Last.
Before President Angell, of th
T.-rsity of Michigan, had attaine
Ao 'iis present high position a youn
hopeful entering college was recorr
mended to his consideration:
"Try the boy out, professor; cri
icise 'him and .tell us botih- what yo
hink," the parents said.
To facilitate acquainitance the pr(
fessor took the boy for a walk. Afte
10 mirrutes' silence the youth vencu
"tFine day, professor."
Yes," with a far-away look.
Ten minutes more and the youn
man, squirming all the time, venturec
"This is -a pleasant iwalk, professor.
For another ten minutes the matr
cuilate boiled to this b,nes and the
blrted out that he thought the
might have rain.
"Yes," and this time thie professc
-went on: "Youngman, we have bee
wal-king together for a half an hou:
ard you have said nothing which wa
not commonplace -and stupid."
"True," answered the boy, his wra
passing this modesty; "and you er
dorsed every word I said."
Then -they laughingly shook hand
and word went 'home from thc prc
fessor that the boy was all right an
that they were great friends.
Too Much For The Man-Eater.
A well known theatrical manage1
according -to the Saturday Evenin
Post, repeats an instance of wIhat th
late W. C. Coup of circus fame one
told him was one of the most amusini
features of the show business-the fa
king in the "side show."
Coup was the owner of a small cir
cus ziat boasted amQn.g its principa
attractions a man-eating ape, allege,
to be ithe largest in captivity. Thi
ferocious beas'r was exhibited chainei
t'o.P6 dead trunk of a tree. in the sid
ow. Early in the day of the firs
rfor-mance of Coup's enterprise a
certain Ohio town, a dount-ryma:
anded the man-eating ape a piece o
bacco, in the 'dhIewing of which th
east evinced th.e greatest satis
ction. 'The word 'was soon passet
round that The ape would chew to
acco; and the result was that sev~
eal plugs were thrown atr him. Uni
4iappily, 'however, one of Mh'ose ha
been filled with cayenne pepper. Th
man-eatinlg .ape 'bit it; .then, howlin'
with indignation, snapped the .chail
that bound him to the tree and mad
s.traight for .the practical joker *wh<
had' so cruelly deceive'd 'him.'
"Lave me a'r 'im!" yelled the ap
*"Lave 'me at 'im, the dirty villian! I'l
have then ube's loife, or me nam
<Fortunately for the .countryma:
and for Magillicuddy, too, the man
eatinig ape was restrained by th
*bystanders in ti'nae to prevent a kill
"Rubbing It In."
When Mrs. piorse, after a lapse c
ithirty. years. met 'her 'old schoolmate
Mrs. Graham, in the guite of a sunm
mer visitor to Aiklersfield. she mad
up her mind to one thing: Lydia Gra
ham's measure of worldly prosperit;
had ben large, but not for one momen
would Mary Ann Morse allow her t,
feel "se up."
It was with 'the intention of re
ducing any possible pride that migh
*be lurking behind Lydia Graham'
placid countenance that Mrs. Mors
-held her off at arm's length when t.h
first affectionate greeting had bee.
"H.ow fat you've grown, Lyddy!
said Mary Ann Morse, holdiin ghe
lit'tle 'figure erec't as a small, stiff tree
Mrs. Grah-am 'smiled contentedly
and Mrs. Morse saw that 'her t'hrus
had done no 'harm.
"And yet-and yet you're wrinkle<
in spite of it," sai.d this determinel
old friend: and then she gave Lydi:
Graha:m's flushed cheeks a consolin,
Some of 'the country flowers illus
trate the truth that "the prophet i
not without 'honor save in his owl
country" as 'well as any person coula
possibly do it.
-'One morning a summer resideni
started from Bnookby with a bunci
.of flowers in her hand.
"Going to tote that whiteweed int<
the city?" inquired the man who drov
h.n to the stin;. wm evident 'scorr
"Yes," said the young -woman, quite
unmoved by his opinion.
e On the train she was joined by an
d other young woman who had former
g ly lived in the city, but had married
E a Brookby man a few years before.
"iThose are pretty daisies you 'have,"
she said, tolerantly.
u "Yes, I -think they are," said the
summer visitor, smiling to herself.
An hour later -she handed the flow
r ers to a friend in a -busy city office.
"Oh, what lovely marguerites!"
cried the recipient.
"I'm glad you like them." said the
young woman. quietly. "I thought
g you would."
Knowledge that she has a bewitch
ing smile has much to do with a wo
. man's cheerfulness.
n One is beginning to acquire wisdom
y when he realizes that he isn't the
n NOTICE OF DRAWING JURY.
r Notice is hereby given that we, the
s undersigned, Jury Comm:ssioners for
Newberry County, S. C., will on the
h ith day of November, 1905, at nine
o'clock a. m., in the office of the Clerk
for said County and State publicly
draw thirty-six Jurors to serve as petit
jurymen for the !Court of Common
d Pleas for Newberry County, S. C., be
ginning November 27, 1905, and con
tinuing for one week.
October 30, 1905.
John L. Epps,
Wm. W. Cromer,
e Jno. C. Goggans,
e Jury Commissioners.
Notice is hereby given that the
books of registration for *the Town
' of Newberry, S. C., are now open,
I and the undersigned as Supervisor of
5 Regristration for said town will keep
I said books open every day from 9
e a. mr., until '5 p. m., (Sundays ex
t cepted), including the. 1st day of De
t cember, 1905.
Eugene S. Werts
f Supervisor of Registration.
- DELINQUENT TAX SALE.
j State of South Carolina,
. County of Newberry.
. By virtue of an executive to me di
. rected by Geo. B. Cromer, Esq., May
d or of the town 'of Newberry, S. C., I
e will sell on Monday, the 4th day of
SDecember, 1905, (salesday), at New
a berry Court IIouse, the following
e property, viz:
3 One lot in mown *of Newlberry as
sessed to Lucinda Satterwhite for
e iry taxes for 1904, bounded by lands
1 >fohni Daniel, Geo. Pressly, Robt.
e WVilliamS and Jesse L. Burns.
Terms of sale: Cash. Purchaser to
a Ipay for papers.
- M. M. Buford,
e Sheriff Newberry County.
- Novembe~r Ist. 190g.
State of South Carolina,
f County of Newberry.
6' Court of Common Pleas.
- Lula B. Epting, Plaintiff.
- L ewie L. Lane, William L. Lane, VTer
7na Lane and Drayton L. Lane, De
3By an order of 'the Court herein,' I
will sell before the Court House at
- New6erry, S. C., the first Monday in
t December, same being salesday, all
s that tract, piece, parcel or plantation
e of land, lying and 'being situate in
e ewberry County, state aforesaid, on
n. the Higgins Ferry Road, containing
One Hundred Ninety-Seven and One
,,Half Acres, more or less, bounded by
r:elands of T. A. Williams, Jno. R.
.Spearinan, by the Reagin lands, by
,the H.iggins Ferry Road and another
t~ Public Road.
Terms of sale: One third cash, and
the balance in one and 'two years,
the credit portion to be secured by
a Bond of purchaser and Mortgage of
the premises sold, with leave 'to the
purchaser to anticipate 'the credit por
tion in wihole or 'in part. Purchaser
:o pay for papers and recording of
same. H. H. Rikard,
sNewberry, S. C., Nov. 9, 1905.
I will sell to the highest bidder for
cashn on November 29th, 1905 at the
farm of Eduard Sc6holtz 4 Jersey milch
cowS, 3 heifers, 2 mules and 1 brood
Smare. Also farming implements.
e Sale starts at 11 o'clock a. m.
ople of Newberry ar
ne and see us wh
dicines, Cigars and
-den Seeds, Stationery, an,
ed Drug Store. Best of drL
Among our specials is (
irge bottle 25c. Pleasant t<
3mith's Liver Pills? We ar
id they are making new fri(
pleased. Call for a sample
icky Curve Fountain Pens
Id Fish. Give u. a call.
SFO R BA R
d GO TO ~
China, Crockery, (
nate Ware and Tin
TH E RACKE
w~il save you moni
Big $1.50 size Bc
only 98c. at the Ri
Big Center .Tal
JBig $2.25 size 01
tRegular $1.50 si2
the Racket Store.
65c. Cane Seat C
Big Shade Lamp
fThe Racket Store is full
sell to make room for my
Imas goods. The Racket
qarters for Christmas Tc
Dolls, Little Dolls, DolIs of
Look for the sign in Big
Next door to Livingsto
We want the PE
counties to cor
A full variety of Gai
kept in a well appoint
Tar Cough Syrup. U
Did you ever use '
success with them, ar
them and you will be
We sell Parker Li
presents. We sell Go
Phone 158 A.
Diplomacy is the art of yieldir
gracefully to the inevitable.
Farm containing 476 acres situate
in Union and Newberry counties, s
miles from Shelton (Sou. Ry.) at
seven miles from Whitmire, (S.
L. Ry.). Nice home and five tenai
houses, barns, et.c. Fine timber ar
farm lands. $io.oo per acre. Furth,
information call or write,
Jos. E. Leach, Attorney.
Columbia. S. C.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLI
MENT AND DISCHARGE.
Notice is thereby given .that the u'
ersigned will make a final settlemet
s Executors on the estate of Heni
Shealy, deceased, in athe Proba
Court for Newberry county -on ti
sth day of December, 1905, at
o'clock a. m. All persons 'holddir
claims against the said estate wi
prent thie same duly attested t
a date and all persons indebted I
he said estate will .make payment.
B. F. Shealy,
J. A. Shealy,
OTICE OF FINAL SETTLI
MENT AND DISCHARGE.
Notice is hereby given that the ur
iersigned will make a fnal settlemex
i s Executor on1 the estate of Mini
l'itus, deceased, in the Probal
Court for Newberry county on ti1
9'h day of December, 1903, at 1
'clock a. m. All persons ;holdin
laims against tihe said estate wi
present the same duly attested t
aid date and all persons indebted I
1e said estate wvill make paylmen.t.
Jno. B. Morgan.
I MASTER'S SALE.
State of South Carolina,
County of Newberry.
Court of 'Common Pleas.
Phomas W. Davis, -et al.. Plaintiff
William W. Riser, Jr., Defendant.
By an order of the Court herein,
vill sell before the Court House
Newberry, S. C., the first Monday i
December, same being salesday, a
that tract of land, lying and being si
nate in N.ewb-erry County, S. C., cor
tainng One Hundred and sevent:
four acres, more or less and bounde
by lands of W. W. Riser, 3. G. Mille
Eduard Scholtz, Mrs. M. E. Gilliai
nd Mrs. Alice Jdh,nson.
Terms of 'sale: One half cash, 'ba
mce in one year, secured by a bon
of the purchaser and a bond of th
reiises sold,- with interest froi
date of sale on the credit portioi
Purchaser to pay f.or papers and r<
ording of same.
H. H. Rikard.
wery. S... C.. Nov. gth.. 1905.
en in need of
. all things usually
igs used in our pre
>ur White Pine 'and
) the taste.
e having wonderful
nds every day. Try
-nice for Christmas
GA I N.S
lass Ware, Ag
Ware of every
and notions at
T STORE -
sy on every ar
wl and Pitcher
yle $1375 size
e only 89c. at
hairs only 44c.
$150 size 98c.
of bargains. Must
big stock of Christ
Store will be head
ys and Presents, Big
n & Lominack's,